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Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, X
Not exceeding three linn,
AT - THIS - - OFFICE.
SC. PM HUNDRKD,
I One lime, 38 cent. Three Time, 60 ceatt.
BU Timta, 75 cento.
VOLUME VI. NO. 72.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of .-1,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
toHte and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
CHEVIOT. SATEEN AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS JI'ST
IN. LADIES' BLAZERS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CMM
ESUTTES JUST RECEIVED.
BON MARCH E,
30 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
33 S. MAIN 8T., AHHIIVILLB,
n tiis flacs run
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Walt B. owrw.
W. W. Wkst.
GWYII & WEST,
(urceMon to Walter B.Owyo)
REFER TO BANK OF AtHEVIUE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. CommlMloncr. of Deed.,
-- ttiei t CQMHUqnire,
Real Estate Broker,
And InTcatment Affeuts.
Loans e.Jjrely placed at 8 per cent.
Office. I 3ft36Patton Are Second Boor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO !"
Wouldit buy timber land., mineral prop-
M A .1... I IL B-al RitAtC?
Tben call on ., Horatio, and we will
thee thy money' worth,
w. n mli the a houM lot, lend thee .tick
.to to met a dwelling thereon, and Insure
ths aanu la aav Hire tnmranee Company
ulna tmelneM la thl. itate.
. Ol M a call, Horatio I
RIAL EITATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Jfc io, McAfee Block
M Pattoa At.., Aaaerllte, N. C.
EVERY lAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy I'lny entitled;
Ha. been withdrawn niter u very successful
run, and we now present our matchless
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT PnP.
iiooh oii:n AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices are always low,
and particularly ho on shoes,
in comparison wit h shoe store
prices, but we have determ
ined in order to closi 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 see our
line of Summer Shoes you
will be sure to buy.
We have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices Jelly
Tumblers nt ."I'm-, per doz.
Harper's Fly Traps at . lSc.
each Hammocks from $1
uji (Vouet Sets, all prices
and we are selling these
goods, as we did last year,
at prices away below any
body else in town. We have
Ice Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
dessert is less expensive.
Our stock of everything to
use, or to wear, to adorn
the parlor, or to lighten the
work in the dining room or
kitchen, is so complete that
we cannot mention items.
WIS HAVE EVEKYT1I1XU,
and no one thinks our prices
high. You had always bet
ter try us for anything you
want before buying, IF WE
HAVE IT YOU SAVE MON
EY, if not well, we are pret
ty sure to have it see, any
(Formerly of Lyman Ut Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuhIiicm
Loan. securely pined nt 8 ner cent.
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kecut in
Kiicaustlc or on
Address! M WOODWARD AVB, Detroit,
Mich., or BOX . .n.Tm . ...
M ISC ELLA NliUL'S.
W. G. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It .will take you but one
minute to read and you will
Had by doing so you can save
money by buy ingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Cai'michacl's Drugstore.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 Smith Main
Street Asheville, X. (!.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer .(ioods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DKY GOODS, SMALLWAKES, HATS,
SH0E8 AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AV1-:
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well ven ti
nted easy of access agretv
aide to customers attrac
tive to all, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks all
day long tine 5 and 10 cent
ligars and Kinney s ( ignr-
ettes Choice Perfumery and
Soa i is l'reseri pt ion I )epa rt-
ment neat anil clean Medi-
al supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
shcville becomes the Drug
listributor for u hundred
miles uround competition
releuated to the rear too
busy to say moro to-day.
r. 0. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists. Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. 0.
l. h.nhv ulvi n thnt li tter, of Ineoriiorn
t,li ,lt,v linn. ,1 tn I. H. I'.rmit
I. M. Ui-hnls. 8. W. Hllttle, nnd their ui-
..im. iitwlrr the nnntc or "1 he iuil-ii mm
liii.liiriM of which .hull lie the lennlnu, iur-
i.iii. Alum linn iron piirinu. v.umiinny. ine
ohnnliiK.HcllliiK ""'I improving innii,erieunn
holme, lintel., ciillnw-s mill other IiiiMiIIiikh.
eMiitili.liltiK eiiiiiluellnK n urtierul hold
....i iivrw liii.lni'N.. the Imltl im. Hlilimtlii:
ntlil .elllllH ill iniiivriii wiiut, hum m, .,
riiL'luriiiu. .Illtililllic nnil Mlllilu"! tin-liroillicl.
i.i' inlaiiTitl. mill tn ncrnl wiiteni.nl A.nevnie
nnil in tne vicinity of inneK Miiunimii ri'i
tlon on the WcHtcrn North Carolina rnllrunil.
In Iliiiiciimlic County. Ninth Cnriillnii, Cur
.txty yeuni from thin ilnte, the niiiiimit ol
unit,! lu. alutv tliuiiMHiiil dnlliir.. illvlileil
Into nl tliou.iiiul almre. ol' the pur value of
ten ilolliini encli.
In wltiien. whereof I Imve herennlo net my
hand n cleric of the Huiierlor Cou't of Hun.
eointie County, North Carolina, till, loth
day of July, A. I) IHUO.
uuy XV. T. KIIVNOMIH,
Clerk of the ttuiwrlor Court of lluucomlic
County, n, c.
& NEWS STAND,
17 Pntton Avenue,
When you can get the belt Imported am!
domcmlc cigar., the very Uncut hrund chew
InK and mnoklng tobacco. A fine line of incr
ehaum and French briar pipe nnd amber
mouth piece, to nt any pine.
A NI K II,
A (rood yonnir man, In family Krnerry, well
ncnuninteti in city
AddreiiN. with reKrenrc.,
f. O. UOA Oltl, City,
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Ik anyiiody Im an idea Hint Mntl
uuy inU'iuU to appear in Ibis campaign
nly us ii figure head lie i entirely mis
taken. The treat republican boss has
heady begun tile starting of newspn per
n the Pennsylvania coul regions where
he will attempt to draw the laborers
rum t'uc democratic party. It in tiitit
that the friends of labor in l'ctinsytvnniu
were on their guard.
Tun republican party, nsitisorgnnized
and inspired, in a party of wnr,cstiliucc
mid lamiiie. Its sectional policy is aimed
at the destruction of the south. Its eco
nomic policy will surely bring ruin to the
mirth. All that is re ,
t..' If!!i'l it!-
niksion is lime; mill wlicn tlic wuilf ol
he United Smtin nwnken sonir fine
tntirnini; ti find tlicir treasury empty, the
south in fliimci nnd the wolf at the door,
hey will fine iii even in New linujanil
and rend the iiuthom ol'their misery limb
from limb, Louisville Courivr-Jouriml.
What a eoinmcnliiiy it is upon the
bill which l.txloe of MassaelniHctts h.is
prepared for the regeneration of polities.
he purity of elections, the treedotn of the
ballot, that ntieli ieople as Kill Chnmller
and Matt (Jutiy nnd Tom Keed, every
one of whom is or has been the licnefi-
iary oi'Hlilieal methods which, if ap
plied m eommereiui circles, wouiu nnve
landed their user in jail, or deeiwr, ure
how tins for it louder than anybody else
n the emintry. Kansas City Times.
Tin! Cosmopolitan for August eon-
nins an nrtieleonNiilionalOtiardCunips
f Instruction, mid in it is a description
I' the North Curolimt encampment at
WriKhlKvillc with illustrations showiiuj
he ncmrnl headiuarters and the gov
rnor and his staff. It is of course iuler-
cstiui;. Miss llislaud eonlmiies theinter
cstinj,' story of her living trip around the
world in this iiuiiiIkt. I'rolessorDanato
hus u very intercsliiiK article oil hypno
tism and anioiur the other contributors
ire Hdwnrtl Kvcrett Hale. Mural llal-
stead, Kichard llcnrv Sloddard anil
others. It is certainly (in exeeptiniiall
Sinch the I'armcis' Alliance has Ileum.
to take such nil active part in the run
uiiuj of the (government it may lie of in
terest to many to know just what tin
principals of the organization were whi'i
it started years nfjo in Texas. Tht
were as follows:
Profoundly impressed that we, tin
fanners' Alliance, united by the strong
ml faithful tics ol financial ami liomi
ntcrcsts, should set Ion 11 our iicciuni-
ioti ol intentions, we thcrelore resolve:
1. To lalmr for the education ol tut
luricullurul classes in the science of eco
nomical Kovcrunicut, strictly non
J. To cutlorse tne motto, in imiics
SHeutiid, unity ; and in all things, char
3. To (Icvclop a liclter Stale, mentally.
morally, siK'ially and financially.
4. To create n Ik. Iter unilcrslautliiiK
for suHlniniiiK civil officers in maiulaiii
iiiK law and order.
5. To constantly strive to secure entire
harmony and "iio'd will iiuiouk all man
kind and brotherly love aiming our
(i. To suppress personal, local, sec-
ional nnd national nreiuilices; nil 1111-
healthftil rivalry, ami all selfish iiinbi-
7. The brightest jewels which it uar-
uers are the tears of widows and orph
ans, and its imjierative commands are to
-.it the homes where laivratetl Hearts
ure bleeding; to ns.uac the snllcrins ol
brother, bury the tlcatl, care lor tne
widows, anil educate the uriilinns; to ex
ercise charity lowartl offenders; to con
strue words ami ilcctis in l nor most inv
orable liKhl,(!rnnliu); honesty ol purpose
ami ood iiiteiilious to others, and to
protect tne principal 01 tuc Alliance mini
lentil, us laws are reason ami ciiiuy;
ts cardinal doctrines inspire pmily ol
llioiiolitiunl lileiils iiitcutioiis aie"K'itec
on earth mid (jotxl will toward men."
Tim Astor family are now posing lic-
fore the country in 11 manner thai clearly
lenionstrales that the ori(inal John Ja
cob might have lelt a few more brains
and a little less money to liisdcsccudaiits
and not hurl them nt all. Juki now the
ft male members arc nt wnr over who t
the "Mm. Astor." lloth families lire ill
Newport mid the momentous ipiesliou
has kept both from ciuuy inn the season
A few days ago William Wnldorl went to
the tiostolliee nnd informed the pnslinns
tcr that whenever n letter arrived for
Mrs. Astor" ll should be sent to his
house and then he wandered away with
the consciousness of haviiiK M.rfortncd a
(great and noble action. Hut when Mrs.
William thcchlcr heard ol this little amc
she too went to the Misl office nnd left in
.tractions with the bend of the depart
incut to forward any mail that mi(ghtur.
rive there to her eotta(gc. That is just
where the matter stands. The families
each threaten to apieal to the postnias
tcr jgcncral to have the mutter decided
anil llie sweet dove of K'ncc cannot be
said to Im.' liovcrinK anywhere near the
trilK-s of Astor.
Postmaster Van Colt of New York
takes just the ri(ght view of the matter,
"If nuv mail addressed to 'Mrs. Astor
New York,' comes here," he said, "it will
(go to the dead letter office ust where il
belongs. I would not consider that the
nddress was complete without the street
and number or initials of the party to
whom it was addressed."
Hut nt nuy rate it Isn whole lot ol win
over it very small alTnir and it is some
thing of which such intclli(gcut icople 11
the Aslori should be heartily ashamed.
A ttrlevou lCrror.
"How do you do, my little ninn," re
marked n (gentleman nt Cnpe May to
"Little man. Indeed." replied Unby Me-
Kcc, Indignantly. "I guess It must be
grandpa you ure thinking of," Ex,
THE BUENOS AYRES REVO
THE ATLANTIC SQUADRON PRE
PARING TO LEAVE.
The Collision on llie ciicHapenke
Not Ho Had hn Wiin at Flrat He
iorld The Leper Taken
lo a Place or Mutely.
Slicclnl to The Clllien.
I.oNiiiis, July at!. News from llucnos
Ayres stales that me iusuiico.iuii I1.1.
I xxn suppressed. The (government it in
Only Five Really Killed.
SH'elnl to The Clllien.
IlAi.TiMiiKii, July '."J. The latest report
from the collision on the Chcsnicake arc
to tlic elTccl that the first were ex aver
ted. Now only five are said to have
IreparliiK to Leave.
SiK-elnl to The Cltlicn.
IIhooki.vn, July aJ. The Atlantic
piadron is to-day prcpnriii); to leave
r Central America.
They IMin'l Like It.
Slieelnl to TlIK t ITIIBM.
I.iixnos, July ao. Considerable of n
sensation has been created in circles,
Inch consider themselves as highly
moral, by the announcement that the
Princess Dohgnrouki, the Morgantic
ife of the Cxar Alexander II, nccompn-
ied by Madame de Sinntiff, will shortly
irrivc in England on a visit to the Duke
and Iluclicss of lidinburg. ThclnteCinr,
il will Ik' remembered, died with the
name of the Princess on his liis, hut this
fact did not prevent the present Em-
ieror Irom exiling tier almost ueiorc
the remains of his father lind been com
mitted to earth. The countenance given
to the Princess by the English royal fam-
ly, is not unlikely to create somewhat
strained relations between the Russian
ad English courts.
A l iilque UulherliiK.
Sieeinl to The Cltlieu.
MomxAxn, Ky., July at). A uuitue
at lining began here to-day. It is tin'
inclavcof the Kentucky Holiness as
eiation, and will continue until August
ml. Ten thousand ieoplc are on the
ground ami Ihcv ure from nil the protes-
aut churches in the State.
Mm. Ufiierul Flake There.
Iieeinl to The Cltisen,
I'iin.Aiii:i.l'iii,, July ail. The grcnt
Pitman drove. New Jersey, camp mcet-
ig oH'ncd to-dnv. Among those taking
n active part in the gathering is Mrs.
cucrnl Clinton II. 1-iske, who will pre
side ut several of the missionary assem
blages during the week.
The DeleKRIIon Divided.
Siecim to The Clllien.
Poi'i.AK Iti.i-ft'. I ml., July 21). The
cmoeratsof the second congressional
district are in session here to-day. The
Iclcgntes arc evenly divided between
Congressman Walker and J. II. Wear.
The liakota Ldllora.
Special to Tub Citukm.
IlUAUWoon, S. D., July 29. The South
Dakota editorial convention begnn its
lalHirs here to-day. Elaborate prepara
tions have been made for their entertain
mint. A Ureal Kentucky Fair.
Kiecial to TlIK ClTltSN.
IIakhoiisih Kii.Kv., July 20. The (great
Harroilshung Central Kentucky fair
A Hteatucr Anhore.
lli:.ri'oMT, N. C, July 211. The steam-
r AlH-rlmly lloy stranded nt Lookout
Shouts, and is visible ut half-tide. She ii
a source of great dread to the coaster
building the caie. She lies on theouter
dge ol the diamond and cannot be seen
until close nhonrd in five fathoms.
LeproMv In New York.
Sim-lnl to The Clllien.
Ni;w York, lulv 2. Whnt is said tone
u genuine euse ol leprosy was discovered
here to-dav. The victim is the scion ol o
noble family ol Spain who linshccn going
lo tlicacmlcinv at Chester, l-'or weeks he
has Ih-cii slopping nt Spanish-American
boarding house, in this city. Insiector
Dillingham, who is familiar with leprosy
licided it to lie n case of leprosy. An
other man who occupied the room ad
joining dart ia's is ill and from symptom.
it is thought thnt he has the dread dis
Health authorities this morning re
moved the lcicr to Pest Island. The
section of the city in which the case oc
curred hns lieen quarantined.
The Vandal Caught.
Ni'.w Yokk, July I'll. The police have
a myslcrious prisoi.er under nrrest whose
identity thet rcluscd to tllvuige, lie Is
believed to lie one of the vnndnls who
have despoiled more than three hundred
tombs in Holy Trinity cemetery on the
outskirts of lirooklyn, ol Ihcir sine nnd
gildctl crosses nnd ornaments.
A Full Account.
TlIK WllHKLV ClTIHKN of tO-IIIOITOW
will contain n full nnd accurate account
of the terrible murder ol l-'ridny night
It will he on side ut the counting room
at 10 o'clock
lennc Hugo, the granddaughter of
Victor Hugo, is engaged to lie married
to young Duudct, son of the novelist,
ny her will, Mrs. Emily Pfeiffer, the
Kngllsh poetess, who died recently, leaves
$315,000 to charitable and educational
establishments for women.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Mrs. Senator Kansom is at Blowing
Governor Fowle is at the Wiightsville
The grape crop around Rulciigh is said
to be enormous.
Durhamites will enjoy an excursion to
Asheville on August 11.
Kinston men are talking of establish
ing a paper box- fuctory at that place.
Henderson hns voted in favor of a sub
scription to the Nash county railroad.
The subscription for the soldiers home
nt Knlcigh hus reached the $,000 murk.
Wnddcll is a new nostoffice in Rocking-
hum county. Walter S. Irving is post
master, Raleigh claims to be eating spoiled
on-Ll and vigorously demands a meat
A Rnleigh man hns offered a nrize of
$10 to the farmer who brings in the first
bale of cotton.
John W. Thompson is said to he the
strongest candidate for the position of
lerk ol the sitcrior court of Wake.
A Northern syndicate has purchased
200 acres of land near Torboro and will
improve it nnd sell it for building lots.
J. J. Reed has been appointed post
master at Little Creek, Madison county,
to take the place of H. A. Holcombe, re
signed. A negro trnmn arrested in Weldon last
week made his escape and while stealing
rule on a Ireicht train had his arm cut
off by a car wheel at Balficld.
G. H. Shaw, of tlladcnhoro, due thirty-
three feet for a well and got it in the
shnie of one of the flowing variety,
strongly impregnated with sulphur.
The residence of I. L. Bnldwin. near
Mangum, Rockingham county, was en
tirely consumed by fire. There was no
insurance and in consequence the loss
was vcrv serious.
Wake county prohibitionists are he-
ginning to orgnmze and the democrats
are afraid thnt it is for the purpose ol
drawing the strength from their own
A colored boy, living on Mr. lohn Al-
dridge's pluee, uliout one mile from Kin-
on, was killed ny a horse while trving
to dnve him m the stuble. He died
the next morning.
Mrs. M. M. Randolph, of lackson. N.
., has gathered from one limb three to
matoes closely clustered together of the
aggregate weight of fifty-eight ounces.
One of them welghe-l 14, another 19 and
the other 24 ounces.
Mr. William Skipiier, of Brunswick
county, was held up by highwaymen at
W ilmingtonnnd rob'.iedol several dollars
in money. On the same night Mack Tay
lor, colored, was brutally beaten by six
men and robbed of $4.
Miss Cora Watts, daughter of ex-Sher
iff Watts, of Iredell, was bitten by a
spider and for a while her life was de
spaired of. A physician was colled in
and succcded in neutralizing the effects ol
the poison and she recovered.
The Mecklenburg county convention
Kissed a resolution suiting that they
md full confidence in the integrity, ahilitv
and patriotism of the Hon. i. Ii. Vance
nd urge his re-election to the position
lie now fills with so much honor and
credit to himself nud the State.
The track of the Wilmington. Onslow
nd Enst Carolina railroad has been laid
from Wilmington to Sandy Run, a dis
tance of twenty-three miles, and two
trains are now running to ami from that
place every day. Sunday excepted.
Dennis Home, a Wilmington colored
man wbo was arrested last June charged
with highway robbery has been acquit
ted. He was convicted, however of an
assault on Alex. Moure. The assault
was committed with intent to rob.
Julia Grnddy, aged 9 year, a daughter
of Mr. J. C. Grnddy, tell twenty feet Irom
a window of the second story of Bluff
nulls. Cumberland county. Mranue to
ay, no bones were broken, but tne child
was terribly bruised about the face and
The residence of Mr. Robert Rohbins,
in Southnort, was struck hv lightning all
the rooms in l lie house being more or
less damaged and the occupants nearly
smothered by the sulphurous smoke.
T I . I ..!.. 1 I . I .. I .1 I . . ' 1 .1
1 lie nenvy nun prifuiiuiy hivcu 10c uunu
ing Irom entenmg nre.
Wm. Wallace, an NO year old man was
found dend in a field near Ins house
The woods caught fire and fenring his
dwelling would be destroyed, he started
after his son, who lived not Kir away.
The day was very warm nnd the old
gentleman was running. It is siipxscd
thnt nc was overcome uy tne neat ana
The North Carolina Press Association
hns elected Joseph P. Cndwell, of Stutes-
villc. to be president. 1 he vice presidents
chosen were: Captain S. A. Ashe, of the
News and Observer j w. W . beott, ot the
Ienoir Tome, nnd Robert Haydn, of the
Charlotte Chronicle. John II. Sherrill, of
the Concord Times, was unanimously
chosen to be secretary onn treasurer,
The next meeting will be at Winston-Da-
It hns lieen decided to make a test case
of the decision of Judge Whitaker thnt he
had no authority to Hold Kockingnam
court in place of Judge Shipp, deceased
nnd the Solicitor of the district has been
instructed tn make out the case on np
ornl to test the constitutional nuestion
Involved. Messrs. Bnttle and Mordecai
hnve lieen retained by the Governor in
behalf ol the State.
A mnn by the nnme of Shinnll has dis
appeared from Mt. Airy and cannot be
found. He was Inst seen with Percy
Pry and Joe Tillev, gambling in a church
nenr town. lividenecs of a bloody fight
were found in the church. Fry claimed
t int he nnd Tilley had fought over
fume of cards and that the blood came
rom wounds he hnd inflicted with a
knife, and that Shinnll was not present
nnd he knew nothing ol his whereabouts,
Fry has been arrested but Tilley es
Snm Porter, of Greene county, hn
bored a woman of bad reputation and
iwcntv-five of his neighbors went over
to see him about it nnd argue him out of
his wicked ways. Porter came up witn
u Bowie knife and revolver and his death
was very sudden. A man who was em
nloved on the place and who saw the
killing was tarred and leathered and
warned to leave the place, and return
onlv when he had decided that he cared
to Art no lonirer. He went, and the sur
rounding country is aroused oyer the of-
lalr, allbougu nothing oaa Deen none,
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reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "barm-
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIRBCTION8 FOR USB.
The dose for an adult Is two tcaapoonful.
in a wine a'aw of water. Dose for children,
in proportion, according to ag. la either
caM the doae can be repeated every thirty
minue. on til a cure hi effected. On. done will
way. drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when tint feeling the premonitory
.ymptoma; but if the attack is wcU on, and
.uflcring i. interne, the second or third dose
may be required. Usually a greater nnmbcr
of dose. I required to effect th. first cure
than i. needed for any succeeding time there
after, .bowing that the medicine is accumu
lative in It. effects, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For Hie at
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We offer greater induce
ments to cash buyers of Dry
Goods than any bouse in
All our Domestic Goods
bought before the rise of cot
ton ure now sold at prime
Fans and I'arusols, the
lest solection in town, re-
gurdlcrts of cost.
Curtains in great variety
or less than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Ntt)
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy competition.
White Goods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their
Our stock is very large and
we are determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call and see us before
All Goods are now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con-
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Opposlts Bank af AaWrlll.