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Asheville Daily Citizen,
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, $
- - THIS - - OFFICE.
SC. Pl HUNDRED.
Not exceeding three Una,
One Time, 36 cent. Three Time, 60 cent.
Ms Timet, TS cents.
VOLUME VI. NO. 70.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
1IN VI LLE. MATINEE
I THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
SIXTY PEOPLE KILLED
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Piny entitled; ,
- BLUE RUIN"
line been withdrawn after a very tuccewfol
run, and we now preacnt onr matchless
Stock of Groceries.
A place planned and devel
oping aa a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hetuth-
fulncss and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
If. Ski lukilifT 111 1 d 1 i.llf. with I
-A V W SiSVSiafta. . VUV v a lli 1 g ,
vur jiiiuuB ure uiwuys low,
tiwte and skill, with well and particularly so on shoes,
graded roads and extensive n comparison with shoe store
1 20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Dr. Mary E. Walker is to get relief
from the government if Senator Evart FEARFUL CYCLONE PASSES
una ui.jr bujt ill miuwri isuriug tne
war Or. Mary was an assistant surgeon.
Now she is confined to her bouse with
a broken leg and it is claimed is in straight
Jcst at present it looks as if no coun
try on the globe was enjoying more of
a boom thun Africa. An expedition has
just been fitted out in France with a
view of exploring the country, and if it
is found to be as valuable us reports
SEVENTY DEATHS FROM ASIATIC
Hoiaay, the Mlchliran Highway.
tuan, Trie to starve Hlnmell
to Death Polaoned Prom
Eatluu Ctanv Meat.
NK1I I .J". Clt 1CU. . 1. J
Boston, Mass., July 20. South Law
rencr, a suburb ol this city, was struck
bv a cvclone nt 0.20 nVlfu-k ilnu.,... .,:.,
If ... I mim.1i frr.it l..s nf V.U hC. 1!. I . "
ineuicines ailU SUCH articles , " . """"l nno over one Hundred buildings arc in
i imu on uonru two uunureu ana fourteen nl n. i:..... i ......
at Carniicliael's Drug Store. Ille. The luw allowed her to carry been lost. TwoofthedcndhavealrenHv
(GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE ATj'POP;! ITirt Htn,.u f,.(1H1, n,wl mmtAuta "l ve..ty-fivc .ml be.. foum. Fifteen tenement house.
, i vuiu ivia. i e rcaiKjnHiuic unm.. win ue urnutriii
Ti Ml i
ii win take you but one
minute tO read and yOU Will have it, large cohj.iies will start at once
find by doingsoyou can save ,ort"eco
I Tm I. 1-.. I 1L..1 il.. tl r. i i
money by.huymgyourdrugs, 8tettmcrSea Wi..g tht went down with
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES
1-our runaways in one day is a recent
record ot (ireensboro.
t There are twenty-three colored sub-nl
nances in wake county.
Five thousand people arc attending
urc uiuuncc rany at urcensuoro.
The Goldsboro Disnntch linn a rifw ed
itor in the person of T. C. Diggs.
I tlirhnm hna ntk 4.vwIImV nUn.i.n
mmm uu- VVVIIlllk Mt VIIVOll (I
three members of which are under twelve
There will be a public Sundnv school
picnic at St. lame, church. Iredell cnuntv
. .,. L ' '
Lmllteen nonhennt. tnnlr th renminn-
tion at Charlotte recently for admission
'm-j,.iie man service.
Willie I'cmier. of Hich Point, wn.
ana miieo at Uaklaml, Tcnn. The par-
.vuiuin urc nut Known.
DOOM OPEN AT A. Itl.
A. D. COOPER.
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forgot the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street. Asheville, N. C.
were knocked (Int. l-'irva are miwr,,,
... ...uti.u. i;...n..u.j r ..l I --o-"f
"J" K.v..kM... . uunill III the tic IliH. The win . nr.. .1,....
10 announce una me icnniiy is a severe tlc uctui, urc mcn(;rc
i lie vearnil Hcourne,
Scciol to The Citilcn.
OiKSA,July 20. Seventy deaths from
A desirable olaco for line
A irood otiortunity for
illustrated luunphlet. ml
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., Ti. C.
we have detenu
ined in order to clos9 out
everything in the nature of a
low quarter shoe, or slipper,
to sell them so much below
their value that you will save
money to buy even for next
year. Do not fail to seo our
For line of Summer Shoes you
will be sure to buy,
Wo have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest nrices Jelly
Tumblers at 35c. per doz. v . VtC-r
mil a a ij iiujinTiii iuv.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer Goods
in order to close them
A large discount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
Ovkr in Nashville lives a family nnuieil
Duckworth, uud until the lord and mas
ter became cnumorcd of a uotorious wo-1 Asiatic cholera are rctortcd to-day
man uutned sm jolly it was as huppy a
family as was to be found anywhere,
Hut after the interesting event hinted at
in the foregoing sentence there was blood
on the moon. Mrs. Duckworth tried to
win back the affections of her husband
but was unsuccessful. Then she begged
mid pleaded, but still he remained ob
turate. Nothing daunted the little wo
man turned her attention to the object
ol lier husband's affections, but ns met
only by defcut. Finnlly maddened to des-
pcratiou she secured a bottle of vitriol
and laid for her rival, and when she
threw it the light of the world went out
of the Jolly woman's eyes forever. No-
oMtponed Till Monday.
Special to TllK ClTlZRN.
New Yokk, July 20. The imiucst on
the body of Annie Goodwin has been
postponed until Monday, owing to the
sickness of the coroner.
PolHoned by Vanned Meat.
!iecial to The Cltlwn.
Kick Lakh, July 20. Twenty-one per
sons have been poisoned here by the use
of canned meat. Several will die.
I Hpcdal to The Cltiien.
Makiji-kttk, Mich., July 20. lloluiy
the Illnck Hart of the North West,
Iwdy will sanction the net of the thrower "ow l'1 0,ive b-v '"j'B '"to his
although there will be plenty of synipn- "ulnra " " win not voluntarily
BON MARCH E.
each Hammocks from fl
U Croquet Sets, all prices
and we are selling these
I goods, as we did last year,
at prices away below any-
Apron, Handkerchief and body else in town. We have
CLOTHINO, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HAT8,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
79 PATTON AVE.
thy for the brave woman who fought to
the end for the happiness of her home.
uud little for the liend who so dclilicr-
atcly set about to destroy it.
Mr. William II. Ualloi- is a New
Yorker who objects forcibly to the news
Miiera caricaturing the president anil
also to the photographs of the chief exec
utive being used fradvcrtiaingpurors
So firmly had it became settled on thai
gentleman s mind tnnt l lie latter was a
piece of barbarism, that he wrote to At
torney-General Miller about it and whi
ttle latter replied that be knew of Host:'
ute that forbade the Use of the president's
picture for advertising puriMiacs lie threw
up ms nanus in noiy mirror and sug
gested that we have a law framed and
Convention at Heuderwonvllle,
Duerial to Till Citiikm.
IIkniikrsonvii.i.k, July 25. The Hen
derson county democratic judicial con
vention met in the court house here to-
lay. J. I. Kickman wqs chairman and
I'uul Jones, editor of the Western Guide,
secretary, Instead of sending delegates
to the State convention Mr. A. W. Hay
wood was authorized and requested to
cast the vote of this county for Judges
Mcmniiin and Clark to succeed them
selves, in case no delegates attend. The
chairman win instructed to npfioint as
many delegates us the county is entitled
About twenty-five delegates were np-
IMiinted toattend tlicMorguntou judicial
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
I I !...! ,1 1. I.! i. ,
i rnirnvu inruuuii, mJiHinir ua niiMiemenn I . , .
. .? I convention mitructcd tn vnre far I r.
I or to represent the president and members In
At 38 per cent and 33V. per cent. Ie thsn
All New and Latent (styles.
I Ice Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have able
of hii family in any way in advertise
ments without permission, and placing
Eleiranfc Dnnr Stom-ccn- l,cn,t), 1,1 "ot "' ii.(KW'
c a - I ii : t. ii : i t .
, ii a it ,t nv w u pumici ivr numwin. 11 nc
w-uiiy iwuuxi weu veuii- wouId ... (uch . Iaw lulur(. :. no
Inted easy Of access agree-1 reason on earth why he should not re-
to customers attrac-
BOH M ARCH E.
33 a. MAIM T.. AHHBVILLU,
-UT1IS l-LACS roa -
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
The Death Watch stationed.
8clal to The Cltl.ro.
Anii KX, N. Y., July 2fl.-The special
guard which did duty in Kemmlcr's cell
for a week prior to the last date of his
ceivc a very decent revenue from the sale t"n. was placed there again to-day
" V"1 -' " ." v y business could easily be run inconncction ror a State Ticket,
lllUIIllIiarcu Willi eiecinci- with hu real estate office. There is no Isorri.l to The cui.
fw teletlhoilO attachment I reason why he should not go into the Si-rinovikw, Neb., July 20. The Tcm-
dessert is less expensive. Handsome Soda Water An-,cl'cmc pernm Aiiinncci of this section of the
Our stock of everything to paratus-ice cold drinks all l CT uivr' !tSL
i.b - . . 1 iiuiiin vm. 1 fiiii ill wnirn wnu itiai imm run iti
u u,, n f n,Wn day long fine 0 and 10 cent ,,,,, Iir,imiM . , ' ..?:...., win put a full ticket into the field.
UnVi Vf W if w wvavaui , r 1-- 'i" ., . .-
1 1 'l rvci a oi1 U. I lli'tr 7u I 'irri I J. i . t . r I arH., n a- . Kn.n...
. . ivikuio uiiu iiiiivjr a vifKcie -1 in iui ciiiiriu.-i.cT nave a nuinuer oil nrvpamvu rmj
tllO parlor, OI' tO llgUten tile pttnuPlinino Ppffnmorv a ml other, in that country in the paat few pwW to The Cittaco.
work in the dining room or Soaps-Prescription Doptirt. E.
npr in a
m a. . . i mnn t- nnn r nnn nmn n rvi fj 1 1 ...
kirr-hpn. Is ho COinnlete tliat ",v"u "cu -" "-1 Hilton, who wun ncr sister were ac-
Cttl Supplies Unquestionably tresses nt London theatre and had
we cannot mention items. t, t obtainablemore cuite cn,tum, lhe b",rt of ewr mnlc
I I I ntlmttlnnt Til ttlnrriniMs la..l(f u.nai n
WE HAVE EVEUYTIimo, goods on hand now tiian
I , i IvY vl V "I'Ull UJIUij7 111-1 VIUU III alilftiMlU. IIIIHK-UIUIVIV
aim UO OI1B lUUlKS our J.l ic-eo oron- ,.. mnfl(1nnn) fter it was celebrated Dunlo left hi. fas-
high. You had always bet- secured, success attained
militiamen win ue nt tlieir Homes again
to-night. This encampment as well as
that of New Jersey at Sea Girt; have
proven tlie most successful ever held in
The Annual Keualla.
I Hpeclol to The Cltlwn.
Nkw York, July 20. The annual re
I lllltn lif file KfW Vnrk Allllf.tit tlnli ia
tertry us for anything you Asheville becomes tho Drug tome pcHtvtly thocktiiff itoriit nlnmt I in pruLjmui oiTTrovcr'i Inland tiMlay,
THE CITY COUNCIL.
dilating bride fur a tour of the world,
and when he returned it was to hcarl
.-a. t r.. i !.... tw distributor lor a uundixHl
wain ut,ure uuju.K,ii' "- milns aronnd-comnetition
W.b:owt;; Wrw:VvK. HAVE IT YOU SAVE MON- 1 to the rear too
GWYM & WEST,
(Succewors to WalUr B.Owjrn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVIUL
her. lie at once began proceedings for
n absolute, divorce and among other
things alleges that his wife is guilty
of adultery. The case will fill column
EY. if not Well. W0 ai-0 prot- l)U8V to Say more to-day. after column in thcdailr newspapers and
T fi SMITH m Drmr will be eagerly sought after by a certain , nmyur una uonru ui
tysure to have it-see, any- J ""f.11 tU, ci.. of lendeV.. ii "prtHnbe. to u dh ln "M,"r TT, f
glHt8, Public Square, AshC- gating In Its details. memliers of the board were pn
REALiSTATE. JOHN CHILD,
MtlMTBtni HA LB OF LAND.
Loani Securely Placed at S
(Formerly of Lyman A Child),
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
r v-a a . nrtm A Hill
INSURANCE iliAJu JLOlAlHi
Just here it may Ik iierlincnt to remark
that if Punlo was not a lord no news-
paier in the country would so much as
notice the. case, He is described as a
wcak-cycdf weak-laced, betirdlcss boy,
with reddish hair und a head that runs
back to an angle, and is not credited
with even lite average amount of intclli-
CommlMlonefS of Deeds. I
OVFICR-Oautheaat Court avare.
Real Eatate Brokers,
And Inieatment Agent.
Loan. artljr placed at 8 per cent.
OlDcni a 3 Patton Art. Becond floor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Would.'t bar timber land., mineral pron-
ertln or A.h.Tllle Real Batate t
Thn call on ni, Horatio, and wt will 1v
the. thy monej's worth.
W. can aell the. a houM lot, lend thec ahek-
I. to .net a dw.llln thereon, and Imurc
the hm tn anv Flra tnaurancc Company
aotnji bMloM la thin But.
Olv. u. call, Horatio f .
JUNKS 4 JBNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE IROKERS.
M Pmttoa in., Ashrrlin, N. C,
Bv virtue of tti oowcr conrVrml nnoii m
In a dcetl of trout circutcd lv Atnoi l.untv-
fnrd ntl win Hrtcr M. Lunnrord,
to P. A. CMtntnlnmit lrn.Hfa to ihrciirt
the Itinf MranrM thrtrin mentioned to Lulu
Thayer Moore, which taltl deed of tnmt
bran date the 91at day of March. 1HRT, and I Th fn.( Hint hm um Knrti nrA
I Dretln for DvncomM County, In Book 10, a
ipaire 97 land by rraiiou or cirrauit havina
I fwen mane In the payment of both the ptincJ
I pal and In terra t of aald Indebtetlnesw, I will
neii at pumtc auction, tor vaan. to tnc niwnmt
bidder, at the court house door In the City of I
ARhcvHie. itiincomoa vuunti
bclnji In the County of Buncombe and Htntr
I. IHliiiuniua vuwiii, nurin V BIW
Una. on Monday, Auauit 1H, iRUU, the fol
lowing dntctilied proiierty, "situate lying and
SirlCtly 41 HroKCrtff DUbIIIICM of North Carolina, lylnasnd being on Houth
I HIRIJ a.lfrtTM, tsiyirilllllM Irtlliim Ul rami VHI
Loans securely placed at B per cent.
F. A. GRACE,
Will Baecute In
Encaustic or OH
Reallatle-Floral. Benalssance at
AddrTM. B WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
Mleh., or BOX BS, AshcvUM, M. C.
bertiifl ami C. M. llriilM.'. and other., ttrlnjr
nunt ny ..Ml bun.rorii rrora t.
C. Drown, .ml twins; the tnme dewrllied anil
is what makes the particulars so valun
ble to the Mticra.
Inter-aiate Mummer Normal.
The Inter-state summer school will
hold Its first daily session in the Orange
street school Monday July UHth, from 0
o'clock to 1.30, and will continue for
two weeks nt the same hours each day. I cemetery
wt forth In . drrtl made bv T. C llniwn anil
wife Ludnda llrown to anld Lun.ford. bear
Inv date March B.1HH7, and which la duly
recorded In llnnk No. 01, on paoe Ilia, In the
Mriri.ter'a Olllce of nunenmbt County. North
aald deed for a fuller and mora perfect dc- rate, paying nt the door,
eenpuon. iniejuiy av. lnvu.
r. a. wunaAiinua,
On Monday the public are invited, and
arrangements will lie niiidc by wldch
those not taking the entire course may
hear special lectures nt a reasonable
tion can be had from I'rof. Clniton on
l.lllle Hunliiena TranHacted
The mayor and Ixmrd of nldcrmcn met
derman 1'iUpntrkk, who has been sick
was there for the first time in a month.
Mr. C. P. Whitmin apienred for D. J.
Alexander and naked that he be allowed
to build a sewer main on Dailcy street
and have the coal taken from his tnxes.
Mr. Alexander la building a number of
houses on that street, and wants to be
able to connect with the tcwer. The ap
plication wns granted.
P. K. Grant complained of thcsliootlng
at the grounds of the Asheville Kiflc Club.
He said that it frightened horses on
Charlotte street near the grounds. The
mayor told him that the matter would
be attended to at once.
The ictitioii from residents near the
nuking lor a street to go
New hosat, newly faralabed, all msiern
Improvemeata, large room., food tablt.
S3 College St.
Two nice front room. In hlsh eentr.l Inca.
tlnn jnat vnrant at Mr. Howie'a, No. Flint
atreet, and door from Haywood.
The Lecture Ponlponecl.
Owing to the very Inclement weather
last night and the number of other en
gagements in town, Dr. 1'ortcr's lecture
nt the Y. M. C. A. for tin hospital was
postponed until August 14. The tickets
sold can of course be used at that time.
Many who would have been prevented
from attending on account of the weather
may now have the plemure of hearing
through their proierty wn, referred to
the street committee. Mid. W. W. Mc
Dowell wns nuthiirixed to put down a
water main on South Main street and
have the cost deducted from hii tnxes.
it wni ordered that the street railway
company be allowed to run a ijieclnl car
from the clqot to the Ilattcrv Park ho
tel, and to charge anv rate of fare agreed
on by them and the hotel provided this
rate be advertised In order to let the pub
lic know of it. The comimny will be
charged itieclul tax of 910 per year,
and the privilege is revocable at any
Three bids for eonnectlns the Minion
Hospital with the sewer were presented
and the contract wns let to Kelly St
Strachan at 903.70, the lowest bid received.
Within a few weeks. cx-SlierifT fl. H
cox, ol Knntloloh. has buried hia w He.
son and two daughters.
The comptroller nf ptirrpncv lina n.
thorized the First Nntionnl bank of Ous-
tonia to begin business.
The house of the suficrintendent of the
puoroi niite county, with all lis con
tents, was destroyed by lire
The bonded distillery of J. C. Poust, of
L.ioeny, nns Dcen seized by Deputy Cof
lector J. M. Hedgecocke for irregularis
... m .. . ...
n. i. Koocson, ot uindcn county, accf
dentally shot und killed himself while
practicing with a double barrel shot
R. II. Kicks, a bitr tnluuvn fnrmf. nf
nnsn county, hud his tobacco crop dam
aged to the extent of $5,000 by a hail
Udwnrd McCuIlouch. who became in
sane over Sum Jones' meetings at Char
lotte, nus gone to me Morganton asy
The congressional convention lu-lil n(
Kurnam resulted in the choice of Hon. B,
II. Dunn. lie was chosen on the first
The republican convention nfth Fifth
district lias renominated Conuressman I
M. Browcr. A majority of the delegates
Diii-inc a disgraceful fiirhtntSnnw Hill
Samuel Potter, who was acting as peace
maker, was shot and killed. The assassin
mmon nraswortn. wno cut a netrro
woman's tnroat near Morton, tins licen
captured in South Carolina and will be
nrouglit back for trial.
uovemor i-owie nns pardoned a man
named fructt out ol the nenitentinrv
In 1887 he was sentenced totwclve venra
t : i . i i
mi aaatiuitlllg a little gin.
Hon. A. II. A. Williams was not nnmrd
Raldy because he is lackinir in hirsute.
says t nc uxioro Day, but it is an nbrcvi
ation of Archibald, his first name.
A republican convention in Windsor.
which was managed entirely by negroes,
broke up in a row, with broken skull..
scarred taccs, ana braised noses,
Collector Haves is still bouncinir the
boys. Mr. Thos. Earnhardt, the mes
senger, has been removed and his Dlace
given to a coon irom Salisbury,
Rodney Mauney. a 19 vear old lad liv
ing three miles from Shelby, accidentally
not una aangcrousiy wounded Julia
iiawKin. wnuc looting witn a pistol.
W. M. Hyatt, a good citizen of Surrv
county, wns shot und killed by Henry
llrtiner. it is supposed that the k in;
was the result of an old family srudiic
Hon. B. P. Grndv was nominated nt
Clinton on the seventeenth ballot to suc
ceed Hon. C. W. McClammy as repre
sentative of the third district in con
A cow near New Dcane cot her hend
caught in a hole in a tree, and could not
get it out. She was forced to stay with
out food or water until found eleven
During an electrical storm at Golds
boro lightning entered the telegraph
office, destroyed the switchboard, put
out the lamps and demoralized things
The News and Observer snvs that I.on.
J. Moore, one of the most prominent rc-
ublicnns in the eastern pnrtof the State,
has announced his intention of with
drawing from the party.
The reward offered for the liiuliwnv
rohlicrsand trnin wreckers in nnd around
Wilmington now amount to $800, nnd
it is probable that the Governor will in
crease the amount a few hundred more.
The electric liidit plant in Goldsboro
has been sold to I. P. Dortch, B. M.
Privctt and I. C. linson. They have
irmeil the Goldsboro electric liuht nnd
power company, with a capital of $1!0,-000.
Two sons of Mr. Wash Normrnt were
drowned in the Little Pec IVe river near
Maxton, They were 11 nnd 1.1 years
Id. The younccr one fell off of a lou
into the river, nnd the older one lumped
in after him.
The residence of K. P. Rnminccr wns
consumed by fire nt Winston one night
and the next morning f. Ii. Allen s hard
ware store, Shipley's harness store and
Brewer's barber shop were destroyed.
The loss amounts to $.10,000,
A Quaker revival is in nroirress nt Cen
tenary church in South Greensboro. It
is conducted by J. L. Kittrcll. a Ounker
evnnirelist. who Is said to resemble Sam
Jones both In person and manner. Im
mense crowds attend tne services.
A son of Wm. Raby. of Catawba
county, wns rented on the brake wheel
or the Chester nnd 1-enoir passenger
train wncn tne train mnuc a sudden crk.
caused by going around a sharp curve.
lie wns thrown to tne around and re-
ceivcd painful and serious injuries.
W. B. Schenk, of Greensboro,
d ennnes Mciseu, a icadins lawver of I
.. . W. "... I
cnatnnm county, met in rayettevillc
and after exchanging a few words came
to mows, i ncy tnen drew pistols and
were on the point of firing when arrested.
The trouble oriirinated two ream nan.
when McNeil accused Schenk of alienat
Inn his wife's affections, and tried to I
shoot him. Mrs, McNeil belongs to a
leading and wealthy family and has
since been divorced from her husband.
More trouble is looked for.
Wtfngjneersearn from $N00 to $3,000
year. Take two years' course at Trln
ity College, Necessary expenses $179
year. Borrow the money.
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The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in iu being thoroughly
reliable us a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
in the case of other so-called "barm-
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most populur and salcuble article iu
the market, wherever kuown.
DIKUCTIONU FOR L'BB.
The doae for an adult ia two U-aapoonfuls
a wine glaaa of water. Uoie for children
proportion, according to auc. la either
case the doae can be repeated every thirty
minnc. nntil a cure ia cdcctcd. One doae will
waya drive away an attack of Headache,
taken when 6 rat feeling the premonitory
aymptoma j but If the attack I. wcU on, and
.uttering la Intense, the accond or third doae
may be required. Uaually a greater number
doae. ia required to effect the A rat cure
than la needed for any anccccdlng time there
after, ahowing that the medicine la accumu
lative la Ita clb-cta, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
We offer greater induce
ments to ctuih buyers of Dry
Goods than any house in
AH otir Domestic Goods
bought before tho rise of cot
ton aro now sold at prinio
Fans and Parasols, tho
best selection in town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in grout variety
or less than vou can hiiv
Tublo Linen, Towels, Naj-
Kins aim Domes at prices
that defy competition.
White Goods, Embroider-
ies and Laces at half their
Our Btock is very largo and
we aro determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
the best stock in Ashevillo,
all reduced to bottom urices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call and see us before
All Goods are now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in every thing. Call and con
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