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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN
Asheville Daily Citizen
J FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Containing n Ml, accurate and consecutive
account of Friday's Tragedy mailed tu any
ufldrvM for S cents.
Not exceeding three lines,
One Time, 35 eenta. Three Tlmea, SO centa.
Biz Tlmea, 75 centa.
VOLUME VI.NO. 7.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A plfu o planned and devel
oping uh a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hcnlth
fulness and beauty of
An elevalion of :i,OU feet,
It 18 being lnid out with
tusto and skill, with wIl
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for Hih'
H1UTHFI L HOJlliS.
A good opportunity fr
prolitablc investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
I.lnvlllc, IHIU-Uvll Co.. N. C.
CIIHVIOT. SATKF.N AND
II.ANNF.L SIIIKTS JI'ST
IN. I.AIUliS' BLAZIiRS,
SHIRT WAISTS ft C1IIM
Ill IN MARCllli.
:I0 SOUTH MAIN STKIiliT.
M H. MAIN ST., AHIIBVILLU,
1 TMK CLACK riW
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketch.
Walts. It. OWVN.
W. W. Wast.
GVYN & WEST,
(Hiuttm.. t.i Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL LST ATE.
Loans Securely Placed 8
Notary I'ulillc. Cnmmllnners of Deeds.
aiafiriCK Honlheaaii Court ISqaaro,
Real Estate Broker,
And luventnient AarenU.
Loan. - rly placed at S Pr "tit.
Omcni II M I'atlon A- ''
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
"Wnniat tiny timber mineral I""0!"
rtlr or A.he vllle Meal BMale t
Then call on u., Horatio, and we will te
Ihrr thy muney'. worth,
ui. ... u ihM hnuM Int. lend the .nra
eta to erect a dwelling thereon, and InMirr
the earn. In any Mr Iniurilne Company
doing uttnlnw la thle male.
Olve ua call, Horatio I
JKNKS ft JKNKS,
REAL ISTATI AND INSURANCE IR0KER.S.
Room Jk 10, McAfee Block
8. p.ttoa At., AhTlU, K. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled;
linn been withdrawn after a eery Micccanrul
run, and we now present our matchlcu
Stock of Groceric
GRAIN AND FEEO FOR YOUR USE AT POP.
IHMUM OPKN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
During the month of Au
trust we want to Hose out.
everything we Inure in the
ine of Summer Hoods. We
are going to buy a big stock
for the Fall and Winter and
we want no money locked up
in floods to carry over. We
Imve some beautiful patterns
in Flouncing and Allovers
that we will sell so ehenpl.v
that it would be economy to
buy even for next Summer,
ns onecannot have too many
White Dresses. If you will
a lUanket or a Comfort these
ool nights you can find what
you want at our place. A
new line of Ginghams in Fall
Shades have just come in,
and are going to bo sold very
low, as is our habit with all
our floods. We have about
six Ice Cream Freezers of the
eawon's lot; they will besold
very low. You can still buy
Croquet Setts and Ham
mocks of us chenjier than
anybody else. Our Store is
headquarters for all sorts of
of which wo ask an insjiec.
Come to sec us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will save money. K very-
thing at lowest prices at
Mm Carter, at tlie northern end of Sunarl
drive on Heaver Ham. "Jij mile, from A. he.
,llle court h.Miw. will fiirnlah iMiard and
itli-a.an. .mimmi,in ....
urnon. durlna the healed Urm at renauna-
' uu Till i. II riWTHI.
nlyindrod3w ' Orac I'. P.. N, C
Three .lory hnu,conlnlnlng twenty-lhrce
. ... .u- M..ai .lr.lri.ltl. lot-nltona
room., in " f k
In the city, nunnnw
,., give. JKNf fc-y j-HNKH.
geal H.tnl and Inaiiranc.. o.m.O and 10,
an Cation Arcane, Aahevll. H. I.
July 1 ndlf
New hnaar, aewly furnl.hed, all mvUni
ImproremenU, large rmimi, good tain.
MRS. M. C. GOODK,
S3 College St
F. A. GRACE,
-Will Koclw m
Encauatlc or Oil
DKCOH AT1VR COMPOIItTIOK,
AddreaM M WK)DWAII0 AV. Uelrolt.
Mich., or BOX , A.Tiii, . w.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doingsoyou can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carinichael'H Drugstore.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com-
M'tition. Don't forget the
place, No. L'O South Main
Street Asheville, N. (J.
We have made a
nuuilier of sweeping
iinliictions on Spring
anil Summer floods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 ft 9 PATTON AVE.
Klegant Drug Store cen
trally locatedwell venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day and night
illuminated with elwtrici-
ty telephone uttachment
Hnudsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks nil
day long fine I and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettes Choice Perfumery and
Soa ps rrescri i it ion Depm't-
ment neat and cleun Medi
al supplies unquestionably
the unrest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever More patronage in-
rcasuig, public confidence
secured, suex-ess attained
Asheville Irecomes tho Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-dny.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
I hav m lot. left In Prnaoret lark, whleh
I will aril low, and apon ine
MOMT FAVOMAHLK TKRMM.
All I want I. 10 VHH CIINT. CAMII. and
the kaianee can ne maoc in
SMALL MONTHLY INSTALMENTS,
m mhrrwlar a. nurchawr. may wl.h. with
a nee cent. Inicrct. I he rhaniml the line.
of aonie of the lot., making ome o( tnem
mailer, w a. to .nit all punnawra.
LOOK AT THIS LIST.
. n oo
, on. (mi
Where can yoa do better r Have your .pare
change liy Invratlng In real r.tnte. rkeurc a
home and (top paying rent,
W. B. GWVN,
OWYN WEST, Ag'U, 8. E. Court 8uiir.
Lot II tuno
" I la aH
" 13 ami
" 1,1a anil
" n nno
" Aa aim
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
A Ciiicaco doctor claims to have dis
covered that water is a certain cure for
consumption. There is nothing new in
this. Taken in whiskey it hits long been
recognized as one of the most vnlunblc of
Thby will facilitate business, was the
reason given by Reed when his obnox
ious rules were adopted. They have it n
true. They have fnciintrd more bnd
business than the house hus known lor
Sinck the Progressive Farmer came out
with its unwarranted attack on Senator
Vance it has evidently been very sorry it
spoke. Last week it contained an arti
cle in which it tried to explain its posi
tion, but that too was torn to pieces by
the State press, and this week the editor
throws up both hands and only stops
long enough to say that Col, Polk wus
in no wuy rcsKinsible fur tile first at
tack. Evidently the Farmer has learned
that the Alliance is a pretty big tail for
so small a dog to wng.
Skvkn years ago a republican in the
Illinois house of representatives refused
to vote and thereby broke the quorum.
L. C. Collirs who at the time acted as
speaker telegraphed to James 0. Blaine
to know if he could count the member
who would not vote. The reply he re
ceived was to the effect that member in
their scats not voting cannot be counted
in any way whatever, lliey may lie
censured by the senker for failing to
IKrform their dutv, but the Sieakcr can
not take cognizance of their presence ex
cept as they responded to the roll call.
That was Mr. Illuinr's view of the situa
tion although it is not Tom Reed's. But
still it must be remembered that it was
a man of brains who sent the telegram.
"Tim continuance of the outrages and
their increasing lmurncv and flagrancy
show that thcaituutionisgrowing worse
instead of better, and the necessity for
vigorous action more imperative than
ever. These outrages have been going on
lor years without any determined ellort
on the part of the authorities to suppress
them. The state has lieen disgraced, its
laws violated and defied, .is citizens
whipiied, mutilated, and murdered, local
and state administrations flouted and
contemned, and no vigorous and deter
mined ellort has been made to put a stop
to them. We do not except theattcmpl.
at prosecution in one or two counties, n
they were neither vigorous nor deter
mined enough to merit rcsicct."
One would naturally think from read
ing the nbove that it was from the New
Vnrk Mail and Kxpresa and was aimed
at the South. But it isn't. It is from n
no less prominent republican organ than
the lndinnnKlis Journal and is aimed
directly at the great State of Indiana.
Hut it must be galling to a Northern re
publican to admit that the article has
any foundation in fact. The republican
governor has already had his say in the
matter and he explains it by saying
that the Journal hut always been un
friendly to "me."
Mm. Bi.aink's second letter to Senator
l-'rvc makes still clearer the fact that with
rcsiKct to the removal of the sugar tariff
he is the protectionist and Mr. McKinlcy
is the tree trader.
That is the free trade principle tnrin
for revenue only, and larger or smaller
duties according to the amount of reve
nue neeiica lor ine support 01 ine govern
ment. Mr. Blaine propose. to uscthetarift on
suunr in such a way a to yield the great
est umount of benefit to American indus
try ; and that is the very essence of pro
Those free traders who think they see
in Mr. Blaine's proositioi a distinct ad
vance on his part toward their own
creed, urc mistaken. What he advocates
is, as lie says, the highest lorin ot protec
tion. Why not go furtlier. they ask, "and
treat the tnrilT on every article we im
port just a. you proMsc to treat the su
gar duties .' would tnnt not ne carrying
your new theory of protection in its high
est foim to its logical conMiiicaces?"
Yes, if the revenue were not needed and
the incidental benefit to American indiis-
could be clearly shown to be greater by
Hint arrnngrnient thnn hy any other.
That is iust what a protectionist would
do without hesitation if it were possible
and advantageous; but a free trader
could not do it on Mini imiund. if he re
maincd true to the doctrine that the gov
ernment has Miwer to levy customs luxe,
only with a view to revenue, and not to
stimulate, encourage, and protect the
private business enterprises of American
For real encourugeme.it. therefore, tlie
free trnilc theorists must look to Major
Mckinley sugar plan, not to Mr.
lilniiic'. N. Y. Sun.
.cart Foreman DlnmlgMcd.
Lcuh Foreman, who was under arrest
for the murder of her mother, Harriet
William, has been released. There was
not sufficient evidence to convict her, and
tlie case wn mil proascd with leave,
The following cases were dismser1 of
by the criminal court yesterday after
State vs. A. M, Tenlnnd, for an assault
on an officer. The defendant was found
This morning the lurst case called was
against Isaac Garrison, for an assault
with a knife and rock on John Burgin,
lie was found guilty.
J. M. Kay wan fined $10 in the Mayors'
court a short time ago for keeping his
premise in a poor unitary condition
He took an npienl and this morning sub
mitted hi case. Judgment wn sus
pended on payment of the cost and the
The case against C. W. Stikcleatbcr,
apiciilcd Ironi the Mayor' court, wn
taken up before the court adjourned for
Minnie Pearson, colored, was fined f 1
and 92.00 cost In the Mayor' court
this morning for using profane and vul
A TERRIBLE FIRE AT SENECA
FALLS, NEW YORK.
A SPANISH BARK GOES DOWN AT
Tin. MmKmUc Jl hi.:Ictv,Iv H.'nk
the Record The Prealdent of
the Aricentlne Republic
Special to The Cltlicn.
ArBtRN, N. Y. July 30. Seneca Falls,
a small city twenty miles west of this
place, wa completely destroyed by tire
this morning. Particulars are meagre
although thousands arc said to be home
less and aid has been sent from Roches
ter. The origin of the fire is unknown.
It started at 8.15 o'clock this morning.
The fire raged live hour and ten of the
most handsome business blocks in the
city arc in ruins.
A Record Breaker.
Special to TlIK ClTIZKN.
Nbw York, July 30, The Majestic
reached New York to-day. The trip
across wa made in five days and Iwcn-ty-two
South Carolina Partner.
Special to Tim Citiikn.
Rihgb Si'HiNO, S. C, July 30. The
State Farmers' Institute oiened here to-
dny. The first paper read was by J. S.
Newman, director of the Alabama exjier-
imcnt station, on "Agricultural Colleges."
A Hpanlwh Bark Loat.
Special to The Citizen.
Nkw Yokk, July 30. From nn incom
ing ship it i learned that the Spanish
bark Esperanza wo lost in mid ocean,
only a small part of the crew were res
cued. An Knthanlamtlc Catherine;.
Special to The Citizen.
Lansinii, Mich.,July 30. One of the
largest prohibUion conventions ever held
in the state is that which to-dny con
vened here to nominate a full state ticket .
The gathering is enthusiastic.
The Prealdent Renlgrm.
Special to The Citizen.
I.ONUON, July 30. News has reached
here that the president of the Argentine
Republic hn resigned. General amnesty
lias been declared.
The Link Mnpplled.
Editor Citizen : Having seen only the
briefest mention in Tiik Citizkn of the
Sunday nftcrnoon services held in tlie
Central Methodist church by the W. C.
T. U.. und nothing at all having been
said of the public exhibition given by
Miss Anna tioruon L.. i. u., I woum uc
glad to supply these missing links in the
daily chain of reports Ashcvillc's bright
and newsy paper has so faithfully given.
Un Sunday attcrnoon at p. m., ine
congregation began to assemble, but
rain coming on, wn not so large as it
otherwise might have been. Mrs. Wells,
of Tennessee, 0iencd the meeting, and
simply saying "North Carolina's presi
dent, Mrs. wooay, neenea no introduc
tion," that winsome little ludy came
to the front and gave an earnest evan
gelical talk. Mrs. Iloblw, of Guilford
i .IM M.n.1.. n f, .r.-Hil. nil.l
based on a saying ol St. Augustine. Mrs.
Hobbs has an excellent voice fur public
sicaking, and with her zeal for the tem
perance cause ami power o. logicui ex
pression cannot fail to become distin-
Suished among W. C. T. V. women. She
us charge of the detriment of heredity
and is well up on her work.. Mrs. Kclls,
of Mississippi, the brilliant editor of the
"White Kibbon, a paper iicscrvciny in
the first rank of W. C. T. II. literature,
read a few verses, commenting umin
them in her soft, deliberate voice. In the
absence of Mr. Chcpin, kept in Charles
ton by the mandate ot her doctor,
I represented bomb Carolina, and being
new to the work, wa allowed to give
my thought from a pnier. Mrs. Webb,
ofSavunnnli, Gn un English lady of
great consecration in those pitying
shnnes our work take a prison reform
and work for sailors in port, uuve some
nathetic incidents, w men drew tears Irom
mnny. Then Mrs. Cndwallodcr, presi
dent of Florida, mude cverylxuly faugh
with the story ol tne old ludy who
"wanted the W. C. T. U. to send to her
part of tlie country, a circus rider, or a
locust preacher, or nn exhauster, she
didn't cure which." Monday afternoon,
the time for Miss Gordon'iexercises, was
unfortunately so rainy as to prevent
mnnv of the children getting to the
cIiiukI. as well as a good attendance of
irrown un people. The attractive pro
irrnm was carried out. However, witn
undiminished spirit, the details showing
MISS liornon s lllliniiii, ayaicmiiiic wura.
It wus delightful to sec the celerity and
precision with which the little officers
took their places and went at their work.
Mnstcr Philip Cocke, a L. T. U presi
dent, called the meeting to order, Miss
Eva Branch read the minute in a clear.
distinct voice, and Muster Norris Myers
rriiorted tlie condition ol tne treasury
To replenish this a collection was
taken up with reassuring results,
There was a pretty motion long a long
with bells, several bright recitations by
the Imys and girls, and then a call was
made lor Mis Willard, who hud come in
late and sat at the back ol the audience,
In the lovely talk the world's W. C. T
U's. president gnye these children, might
be lound the kry to ner greatness a sim
plicity and truth with which heaven en
dows only Godlike souls. In a manner
of simplest irood fellowship she explained
how she came to be too late because of
waiting for a friend who Inilcn to keep
her engagement ; so the started out to
walk to the college alone, a the whole
family of her hostess had already go ie
on to the entertainment, expecting her to
lie conveyed thither by this friend. She
hardly knew the way and couldn't take
a street cur because Mis Gordon had the
family purse; and a it soon came on to
rain smartly she got into a grocer's wag
on and rode on credit to the college, and
so got ber dress spattered. You should
have heard the children applaud our
"greatest of living women." as she thus
came down from the heights on which
our love would place her into the close
alhnitics ol every day lilc.
Ass't Bup't Press Work in So. Carolina,
Dr. Porter's) Lecture.
Ilr. Porter's lecture for the benefit of
the Hospital wus postponed oa account
ol the inclement weather and the other
attractions for the same evening, It
will Ik delivered on August 15, at 8.30
p. m,, when it is hoicd a large crowd
will come out, both to help a good enure
and hear a very interesting sicakcr.
Any one having tickets and wishing to
redeem them can do so by applying to
the librarian of the Asheville library.
Special to Tiik Ciiizkn.
t.ii.siMiN Park, Md., July 30. The
Muryland state prohibition party is in
session here to-day. A full ticket is to be
placed in the field.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
During the past ten years Norfolk, Vn
population has increased I'l.'.HiO, nearly
Virginia's corn crop is all right, but
its iench cron will not lie one fourth of
the usual yield.
John I. Buchanan, a Tennessee candi
date for governor will makeno campaign
speeches until alter August 11.
Will Clavburn and Raclmcl Cate will
hang at Lancaster. S. C. next Friday
for the murder ol a white man.
The alliance of Houston county, C.a.,
is fur from satisfied with the local pnier
and will start one of their own.
The tax list of Forsvth county will
amount to about $7,011(1,0011, nearly hull
n million dollars in excess of last year.
The South Carolina State agricultural
and mechanical society will hold a meet
ing ut Rock Hill on August 0, 7 and 8.
The prosiiccts for the Virginin State
fair are very bright. Already $2,275 of
a proposed guarantee of ten thousand
Has been raised.
lame Tillery a white brakemnn fell
from the top ol a freight train at Knox
ville and was so badly injured that he
died the next day.
Over a enme of cards at Brunswick,
Ga., Claude Gardner and Isniuh Minnie
field ciuarrclcd. Minniclicld was killed.
Gardner gave himself up
lack Hayes and Tom Lnrnrgan were
instantly killed in a fight near New Or
leans, and John l.urncgnn was fatally
wounded. Eight shots were exchanged.
The governor of South Carolina hns
commuted the sentence of John Green,
who was to have been nung lor murder
in Berkeley county, to imprisonment for
There is a movement on foot to organ
ize a State bunkers' association in Ten
nessee. A meeting will probably lie held
in Chattanooga in the latter part ol
A party of Northerners cot into a po
ker game ut St. Simons Island, Gil., and
on one jnrk pot $45,000 changed hands.
A strait: lit Hush raked it in. 1 lie oincr
man had four queens.
The oldest member of the Hast Hanover
Presbytery and iicrhnps the oldest divine
of that faith in Virginia hns just passed
away at Richmond in the crson of Rev.
Dr. Theo. Prior, U. l.
Rev. I). C. Kelly, the Gallatin. Tenn.,
preacher who decided to give up the min
istry fur politics has preached his fare
well sermon. His text was a trine sug
gestive. It was "ze blind guides winch
strain at a gnat and swallow a camel."
In nn old sack near a house which has
been unoccupied for months a Memphis
iKiliccmnn lound a monstrosity in tne
shape of an animal with tlie face of a
man and head oi a dog. it nan been ten-
dcrly wrapH-d in linen and weighed about
T. A. Kirkmnn mid Mrs. Tnvlor. of
Hinli Point, eloped taking Mrs. Tavlor's
child with them. They went to Char
lotte and Mr. Taylor found bis wife
there. She went buck home with her
husband. Kirkumn had skipcd belore
Ilown in South Carolina thev are Incom
ing a man tor superintendent ot the
Stute military academy whose nnnie is
Cownrd. Hut " lint's in it name ?" ui-
pbes to his case as it does to a good
many others, tor during the war he was
a brave, gallant soldier, never found
l.nm llenrv, of Knoxville, went on a
howling drunk and returning home bent
hia wile in n brutal manner. When his
taste for this siort was satisfied he went
out and drew n revolver on n friend
threatening Ins life. The Sentinel ndvo-
cates the return to the whipping mst to
reach such wretches.
In speaking of the 'unity census, the
Charlotte Chronicle says: "line gentle
man who had (10 men on his pay roll,
found recently that 13 of that nuinlicr
had not been recorded by the census enu
merator. Another gcntlcmnn found that
four out of ten clerks in one store had
not been enumerated."
A man who had registered at a Bir
mingham, Ala., hotel as 11. K. Clifton,
(cain, Fin., was arrested on suspicion
of beinu a tucnilicr of Rube Burrows'
gang. So far he hns admitted that his
name is lenning and that he is wanted
for horse stealing in Arkansas and the
officers think they have made a very im
At Bovdsvillc, Weakley county, Tenn,,
two brothers, named McGuire, were cn-
5 aged in digging a well, when they were
riven out by impure nir. They built a
fire, and soon nlterwards one ol tnem
went again. He was heard struggling,
and the other brother went down to
bring him up. Both were overcome by
the foul air and died lieforc they could be
rescued. Their bodies were recovered by
means or niies and hooks.
A young Englishmen by the name of I
F. Pcrreli wn shot and killed by nn un
known party at Muldlcsuorough, Ky
and the body was dragged and laid
across the railroad track, where It was
afterward run over by the dummy trnin
conveying the officers of the Louisville
Lcirion back to camp from a ball thev
had attended at the Middlesliorough Ho
tel. In the pocket of thedrnd man were
found passes on several English and
The effect of Georgia climnte is Illus
trated in the following which I taken
from the Constitution. Last Saturday
, . . 1 .1 ... I r ..
mgni, mm cimun, coirrrea, o. ..room
town valley, retired to bed as was hi
usual custom, and was soon fact asleep
It Is presumed his conscience wn. in .
good condition, a when he awoke In the
morning, after a sound sleep, he found
the rats had gnawed tne flesh from one
ol his big toes until the bone was ex
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAIIU MARK KBOI8TIiRUI.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures) livery variety of Headache
A NO NOTHING BLBIi.
Has eurncd lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
und reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hkadaciik, The
immense favor which hus greeted it from
all ijiiartcrs, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle iufluciices of such
poisonous drugs a
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not coutuin on atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young aud old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
ao noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of bcud-
ache without respect to cause leaving
ao uupleusunt or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
blKUCTIONS FOR I'BB.
The done for an adult it two tca.poonful.
In a wine glaa. of water. Doac fur children
in uroiHirilon. according to age. la either
caac the duac can be repealed crcry thirty
mlnuea antll a cure la effected, one doac will
alway. drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when hrst feeling the premonitory
ymptom.;hutuT the attack is well oa, and
uttering I. interne, the second or third doac
may be required. U.uully a greater a umber
of doac. i. required to effect the Ant cure
than is needed for any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine la accumu
lative ia IU cdcct. lending toward aa event
ual permanent cure.
Fur talc at
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Bargains! Bargains !
Wo offtT givutor induco
iiu'iitH to mull buyers of Dry
Goods than any Iiouko ia
All our DoincKtic (iooilri
louglit before tho rise of cot-
011 arc now sold at jirimo
Faim ami l'lmiwolH, tho
R'Ht wliM'tion ia town, n
gardloHH of oont.
CurtaiiiH in great variety
or lewx than you can buy
Tablo Linen, TowelH, Najr-
kiiih ami Poilior) at priccM
that defy coin petition.
White (loodH, Embroider
ics aim Laces ut hull their
Our stork is very largo und
wo are determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undorocll tho low
est. Call and seo us before
All Goods are now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
4 SOUTH MAIN STKBBT,
Opposltt aaak f AahrrUla.