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Asheville Daily Citizen
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One Time, 28 cent. Three Tlmee, SO cents.
Bis Timet, 75 cent.
AT - - THIS OFFICE.
SC. PKH HIINUKItU.
VOLUME VI. NO. 78.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1890.
1 jrtv,7C ImifUMTTEn II T I 1VPP fi:V I HONEV in it.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A pl.ico planned ami devel
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lit'iiltli-
illllietSS Ulid bl'Utlt.V of
An elevation of :,M0() feel,
jt is being laid out with
taste and (skill, with well
eroded roads and extensive
A desirable place for lim
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPjiuVEMr.NT CO.,
I.lnvillf, Mitvlicll to., N. C
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plannijl siiikts jisr
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BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
, MICA I.
Views and Sketches.
iipr IN ,1
HEAL I STA TU.
Wai.tkk HOwvn, W, W. WmT,
GVYN & WEST,
iHiii-iTsmini to WhIUt H.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan k) Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioners ol liecda
OFFICK Moutheant Court Hqnare.
Real Kwtnte Brokers,
And Invcntiueitt Agent.
Loans sc. urcly plnccd nt M kt cent.
Itinera! 'J Kit I'attun Ave Mecund flour.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wouldn't buy UinlM-r land, mineral prop
erties or Aahcvlllc Kcnl Undue? '
Then villi on ua, lloriitlo, und wc will Hive
thee thy money's worth.
Wc can acll thec a house lot, lend thec ahek
cleto erect dwcllInK thcrrun, nnd Insure
the snmc In unv Hire Insurance Company
doing business In till. Htnle.
Olvc u call, Huratlo I
JUNKS & JENK8,
REAL E8TATE AND IN8URANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 &io, McAfee Block.
ill Pattoo Ave., AehevUle, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Urcut Comedy I'luy entitled
IIhhIri'ii withdrawn after a very nucwiwrul
run, ami wc now priHcnt uur inulchk'Mi
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP;
ItOUMM UPKN AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
During the month of Au
gust we want to close out
everything we have in the
line of Summer (loods. Wo
are going to buy a big stock
for the Full ami Winter and
w want no money locked up
in Goods to carry over. Wo
have some beautiful patterns
in Flouneings and Allovers
that we will sell so cheaply
that it would bo economy to
buy even for next Summer,
as onecannot have too many
White Dresses. If .you need
a blanket or a Comfort these
cool nightsyou can tint! what
you want at our place. A
new line of (linghams in Fall
Shades have just come in,
and are going to be sold very
low, as is our habit with all
our Goods. Wo have about
six Ice Cream Freezers of the
season's lot; they will besold
very low. You can st ill buy
Croquet Setts and Ham
mocks of us cheaper than
anybody else. Our Store is
hcndipia i ters for all sorts of
of which we ask an inspec
tion. Come to see us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will save money. Fvery-
thing at lowest prices at
SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
of all the handsome and vnlunldr urnirrty
thnt ha been uneml In Anhrvillc, none com
pnrulilc to thr unbroken turret of ovcrOnr
Hundred Acre divided nnd ashdlvlilcd Into
the moat ticiiutliul tote and tracts, lyluii
The lloulovtml oft ho City,
About onc-thlrri bring within city llmlte and
the remainder In the charmliiK euburbun villa
Only our mile from Court ttuunrc (1(1 min
ute t drive) and on the hcatand moat popular
drive lending to the country. There l a lab
yrinth of nvviiuca nnd streets being built
through theac groumU under the aiiivrvl.lnn
of one of the Itnret engineer In the South.
The lot! and tract! will range In .lie from V4
acre to a to A iicrea, the Inrgrr plnta covering
aoine of the moat beuutirul nnd plctureaiiue
elrvntlona to be found In a dny'a Journey.
Mend for pint of the proierty to
Nat Atkinson & Son.
ABIIOVILLU, N. C.
W. C. CARMICIIAEL,
20 80UTH MAIN 8TREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but oik
minute to read and you will
find by doingsoyou ennsavt
money by buyingyour drugs
medicines und such article
at Cui-michael's Drug Store
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy cum
I petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer (loods
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 & 9 PATTON AVE
Elegant Drug Store ivn
trully located well venti
lated eusy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day nnd night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery und
Sou ps Prescription Depart
ment neat und clean Modi-
mi supplies unnucsuonuury
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever More patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around comjietition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. U.
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kxccul In
Encaustic or Oil
Special , Designs
HeallHtloFloral, Rcnalnnc A
Addreaaa ilo WOODWARD AVII. Detroit,
Mich., or ItOX 3S. Aahrvllle. N. C
Formerly of Lyman A Child I.
Ofllce No. I Legal Block.
Strictly Brokerage Bualnena
l.oan ercurrly placed at per cent.
A two hone upright engine nnd boiler. Ah
I'Mk" KANIIOLI'H KBMR PKINTINO CO.
BRICKS POH BAND
On and after Aucuat A, intiii, the price of
unil will lie i For a two-Burn loan, Sloe.,
otic-horae load, inc., net.
II. l ATT RH II AM, Agt.,
ATKINaoN Ac I'ATTON,
llt'NcuuoR llaica ft Tn.a Co.
OUTWITTED ALLIANCE MEN
aVRATURKH OF THK KliORGIA
It la Kearly Alwaya the t'aexpect.
ed That Happena lu I'ulltlcH, i:
peclallv Down About Allaiita
Where the Weallier Ih Hot.
Atlanta, On., August R. The Allinncc
calculation to defeat Congressman Jim
Illount hai misenrrier!. Ilv yeslirdny's
victory in Bibb county, which i the
home of both Illount anil his opponent
Hughes, Ulount sccnrcil euouih votes to
insure his rcnominulitm, which menus of
course re-election also.
Blount was shrewder thiiit Clements,
Grimes, Barnes nnd Stewnrt. lie Mist-
iMincd until the lust ixitwililc monieiit the
oulilication of his opinion of the sulj-
trensury bill, and his answer to the other
lent urea ot the Alliance "ynrd-stick. ' In
this way be kept the vulil-lc enngress
man Kiiesstni; as to Iiir real ooKition.
The rumor that he had secured admis
sion to the Alliance, which Kitiiicd ground,
seemed to lurthcr nivstity those who
were alter Blount's sculp, and it was not
until utter several hail acted in Ins favor
that the Allianccuien (Iciiilecl to put out
Then there wns tnuilile in liuiling a
man to opiiose Illount. The first choice
wns llcriicr of Monroe county, lint llcr-
ner wouldn't consent, so Hug lies, of Ma.
con, was selected. The Hughes men
thought they could carry Illount s
county, hut the returns from there show
that they lulled. With the voles he re
ceived yesterday Blount's total is t went v
three ol tne thirty votes in the conven
tion, bike 1 umer ami Crisp he inaile
a light siuurcly ugainst the su-treasury
bill anil won.
A sensation here is the publication of n
letter received by Col. Livingston with
the reiiicst that he mgn it and have it
published. This letter wns a strong en
dorsement of Gordon and a repudiation
ol thr rciMirt that lie I Livingston I con
tent plated running for the senate against
Gordon. Livingston refused to sign. It
now transpires that the letter was sent
by an alliance man who is a warm advo
cate of Gordon, Unit it wus written by
State School Commissioner Hook. Liv
ingstons absolute rcliisal to sign is sig-
nilicnnl. 1 lie alliance can bcut t. onion
it it wants to do so.
OKNI INK MAUItKM.
Home Very Peculiar HyniplouiH
Chicago, III., August 5. Gillicrt Hal
ter, the South Dakota Inrmcr who w.ih
bitten by a mndnlog nlHitil n year ago
at Webster, Ilakota, wac opciatcd uhhi
yesterday by Br. I.agorio, of the new
i'nstcur Institute. The patient was in-
ociilutcd several tiuicsal the wnisl. Tin
symytonisol this genuine rabies are PC
eiiliar. The patient complains of intciiM'
Heat nt the topol the mud ami a Ik.ii
ing down ns ol a leaden weight direi-tlv
over the base nf thr brain, with terrible
hooting iiains ol momentarv duration
all over the body.
Lorisvn.i.K, August .V From returns
from sixty of the 1 10 counties by a coin-
Imrison of gains it is esliiuatcd that
ingmiMir I iKm.l lor clerk ol the court
ofappcitls will have nlxiiit 3.i,0lMI miii
jorily in the last State i-ltvlion.
Iprony lu Key West.
Kltv Wkst, August fl. lA-piosy has
been discovered and several of the af
fected are now in the liosnitul. There
ire more cases reported ami it seems as
if the disease is contagious.
co.xnnsi:n iiisiw rcm:s.
John 11. DrntHT, the well known unc-
tionecr, is dead.
There were five deaths from sunstroke
in New York Saturday.
Mr. Joseph Chiiinlirrlaiii anils for Amer
ica on Wednesday next.
Mr Blair's resolution lu limit debate
has been referred to the committee on
The gubernatorial contest in Pennsyl
vania is getting very warm, und the
united democracy is confident.
Brondwny, New York, wilt be reimved.
and nt the same time iirrpiirations will
lie made fur running calilc cars.
The tariff will Iw disctisM-d in the senate
nitlil Kridav, when it will lie laid aside
and the river nnd harbor appropriation
lull tnken tip.
Miss Mnrgitrrt Mather returned from
l!iiriiiie Saturday mill anid that nrnl
siiinmershe will play Juliet to Mine.
Sarah Bcrnhnrill's Kouit-u in London.
Ixird Dtinlo has had nn interview with
Lndv lliinlo since the termination of tin
triaf, a m-oneiliation has lieen cllcctrd
and Lady Dunlo will make a lour of the
irovinccs, nppearnig in the character ol
Sonic of the congressmen lately defeated
for renoinination arc denouncing tin
Farmers' Alliance. There is a iIisimisi-
tion among the republicans to let the
colored contestants into the house from
Virginia nnd South Carolina.
The Iowa railway commissioners linvc
removed the schedule ol joint rates pro
mulgated by them June HI, tuid winch
wus siipiMiscd to have been put in force
July 4- In its stead they have issued an
order providing mat wncn n siiipineiit is
ninilc over two or more lines tn this
State; each road shall lie entitled to MO
ucr rent, of the local late lis provided in
the tariff which went into effect Satur
day. PIANO A NO OHIUNN,
Summer Male t'ssh Prices) with
'ears) lo Pay In.
Most Sou t hern houses exiiectalim an lea
In dull summer mouths. Not we! Make
trade nnd keep our entire force busy is
our way. llowf lly ottering sK-cml In
ducements which customers ennnot re-
sist. Here they nre for IMilO: First A
rlenrance Organ Bale 300 fine parlor
nnd church organs nt spot rush prices,
with yearn to pny in f J to ;i immthiy.
Sale limited, write nt once.
Second tine thousand I'innos and
Organs Irtim six lending milkers nt sit
casli prices. Stnnll pnvment down, bal
ance December 1A, without interest.
Buy In August, September, October and
pny when crops are sold.
Free circulars with special fifteen day
gold offer. Write nt once.
LI'IIIIKN AC 1IATKS ctOrTIIKKN AH SIC
llut'su, Siivniinnh, On.
,MONKV IN IT.
It Is) AlMo nnd MoralH, Mr. Hussel
St. Lopis, Mo., August 4. President
Harrison recently Bent out a incssiig;e
against lotteries. At the same time it
was shown that his son, Kussvl II. Har
rison, was publishing lottery advertise
ments in his paper at Helena. To-duv
he was asked about the matter and said
that, while it was not true that he had
advocated the introduction of lotteries
in the new Slates, he acknowledged that
the Helena Journal, of which lie is the
head, publishes lottery advertisements
because he recognizes the fact "that the
latter has a great hold on the people ol
the Northwest, who look for inloriiiii
tion on that suliiecl with lar more inter
est than upon any other."
Air. Harrison also admitted that lie
had an agent in Mexico socially em
ployed to seek lottery advertisements lor
IIi'XliNA, Mont., August i.- President
Harrison's message on the lottery evil
has created great interest in .Molilalia,
owing to the diet that Kussel II. Harri
son's p.iiKTH heretofore been used almost
exclusively liy the lottery companies to
advertise in. 1 lie last legislature passed
a law making the publication in a State
paier of a lottery advertisement a misde
meanor, unit in consequence the more
reputable p.tiieis have since refused these
advertisements. Harrison s puiicr, how
ever, pays no attention lo the uctv law,
und tiie Slate ollicitils make no attempt
to restrain nun,
NOT UlvAU VICT.
Reinarkultlc Attempt at Hulclde
l a Woman.
I'oTisvii.i.H, la , August .". Mrs. Jo-
sinh Iliimniill, n widow in this county
has been an invalid for a year past, ami
on l-riday became leiiiiiorarilt' insane.
Yesterday she swallowed a tlose of rat
poison, but the dose was too large,
Next, she went up into the attic, stood
on a chair us she lusleiicd one end of a
roiie around the rafter and the other cud
around her neck, and then jumped oil
I lie roie broke. She was preparing i
new noose when some mends rushed up
ind prevented her li'oin pulling her de
sign into execution.
1 hey contrived lo quiet her somewhat.
ut shortly afterward she succeeded in
citing a razor. uh this she cut three
gashes ill her wrist. Later, through
i doctor's alientioiis Mrs. Hummill ini-
irovcd and it is 'thought she will re
cover. Her mental laculties seem to
Have Ik-cii restored. She is the mother ot
x.io.ooo Humped Into Hacks) for
Hie Time Hcliiu;.
Wamiini;tiix, August .1. Since the ai-
iroval of i lie disability iicusioii hill on
line JT, Is'.ltl, about one month ago,
here have been lilcd in the H.usiou ollice
iver J.'til.oiio applications for iR-nsiont,
under that law. Fverv one id these L'llll,-
in H i npplicatious has a tec agnvuietit
with it winch gives to the attorney uhiii
he allowance ol medium id m.
The claims arc so couslaully coining
n, that the clerical lorn- is not large
lough lo handle lliem. All that is done
now is lo plucc ihe iipplieaiious in sacks.
and then lag the sacks with the dale ol
nix l pi. these cases arc lo lie held until
the sundry civil bill is approved. The
ill has a provision in H which will give
lo the lieiihioil olhcc Jlili additional
II tomes When Ilie Hun Wiis Hlilu-
Coi.i M ms, Ohio, August .".At 11
o'cliH'k yesterday morning the sun was
hilling and the heat was terrible. All
at once, from a clear sky, a flash of light
ning was seen and n loud chip ol thunder
heard, though not n drop of rain kll.
Mrs. .Margaret llriielling was sitting III
he shade ol her house. I he neighlHirs
sav that jusl as the ihiiuder was heard
Mrs. llriielling lell to the ground as il
hot, and lliev ran nnd picseil her up.
Not ii mark was loiind on the woman.
but she was unconscious und is at the
Hinl ol death.
And II Meenis) llie, AIho, l.ote
Cl I it. Aiai, August A. Charles I.oriug is
in the Court House jail heic on Ihe
barge of bigamy. He is accused of hav
ing live living wives and the names of a
loen women are known who are his
ictims. He is .111; years of age, well ed
ucated, handsome, nnd of excellent In in
ly . Ilia lather is it well-to-do resident
if Boston. The hoy was sent to l;uron-
to finish his education, mid there his
tendency to captivate Icinidc hearts hi at
xhiluted its II.
AKIX TO I'lil.iriCS
We hiiisj the I'ui iners' Alliance will gel
he legislation they (loirc, and the parly
hut refuses to give it to them hud better
tear I he truck. Kockinghniii Spuil.
Bdwuid C. Smith, chairman of the
lemocriilic Slate coiuniittiv, snvs Ihe in-
bciiliotis now me that the "ilemocrnls
will elivt a solid congressional delega
tion." Mr. Smith does not think the
force bill will pass,
The rotation system in vogue in North
Carolina, has served to keep thr Slate nt
it very low Miint itithenalioniilcoiigrrss.
l usKlass men are not willing In go to
Congress with the tacit uuilei standing
hat at the end nt lour years they must
retire to pi ivale life, niter having iihnn-
loned their liusinrsa lor so hum n tune.
The people of the seventh district nrelo
be euiigrntulatrd on their wisdom.
Chariot le Chronicle.
A review - of Ihe congressional field
utuilc by n corivsponilent at Kaleigh
gives the following as the mil look for. the
next cono.mionnl iletegntioti, so furns
innke-iip is concerned ! l-'irsl district, W.
A, B, Brnnch : Stvond, J. M. Mcwhnrn
Third, B. F. t'.rndv; Fourth, II. II. Ilium
Filth, A. II. A. Williams; Sixth, 8. II
Alexander; Seventh, John S. Henderson;
Fight h. W. A. lirnhnm: Ninth. K. II
Vance. All of these snv Ilimii nnd Hen
derson lire niemliers of the I'm nicrs' Al
IT'S ONLY A LITTLE ONE
THK (il'ATKJIAUN RKVOU1
HON NOT IMPORTANT.
No Attempt Made lo AMMasmlnate
(eueral llarrllliiH an Vet Free
Communication with Ihe Vnlted
Crrv op Mexico, August Ti. A dispntch
from Salvador says that Gen. Fungary
ut the head of the Guatemalan troops
has taken Chiiuiinnula ncur the capital
and that the loss of this place hasobliged
the Guatemalan government to conccn
Irate its troops toward the capital.
A Guatemalan dispatch says it is untrue
thnt an attempt wasmadc toassasainutc
President Manilas, anil denies that the
revolution isol importance. Thedispatch
says that Minister Mizucr's correspond
eiicc has not lieen taiuiiereil with, and
Hint the I" 'bister bus for days been in
free communication with the United
A hK.-cml dispatch from Guatemala
says the diplomatic corps has offered t
negotiate in the interest of wace, that
the offer has been accepted and that it is
exiected that u x-accful settlement will
lie arranged within a few days.
I'rcst. Barrillas says he will not rcisgu,
and that he pretcrs death to surrender.
Dispatches received by the Mexican
government confirm the probability of
intervention in behalf of mace of the for
eign diplomats of Central America.
President F.zctus' only terms lire the
recognition of his government nnd the
non-intervention of the other powers in
the interior government of Salvador.
Kcports from Chiapas frontier are Unit
everything is iiiiict.
Tried lo Hum a Theatre.
Cnic.M.o, August All attempt wns
made about two o'clock Sunday morn
ing to burn McVickcr's theatre. A pile
ot burning rags was found by the watch
man in the rear ol the stage and was put
out without nny damage being done. It
was wiin nine iiouiil the work ol an in-
Need a North Carolina shower,
Bt'Mt.iNT.ToN, lown, August 5. Dis
patches from the various parts of Iowa
report that the crops arc sulleriug
greatly from excessive heat and want ol
rain, esiecially in the southeastern por
tion, ll sufficient ruin should come at
once no material damage would Ik- done.
The thermometer ranges between 100
To Remove Ueu.UrHUl'n Remains)
Wamiinuton, August 5. The bill to
remove the remains of the lute I'lysses S.
Grant from the vault on Staten Island
lo Washington Cilv has passed the house
and gone over to the senate lor consider
ation ll is thought that it will pass
M l-MUS (F CnXSIiOCliXCti.
AT TIIK CAI'ITOL.
A rcioil has Ik-cii prepared by the
house ol representatives election com
mittee adverse' to Mr. Ilrcekcnridge, ol
Arkansas. The liner-Slate commerce
commission has ordered reduction in
rates lor transxirtntii.u of food pro
ducts. There has placed on tile nt the depart
ment of State a copy of the demand
made by the 1'ncihc Mail Steamship
company on tuiulrmnlu lor an indem
nity ol S.ioo.lioo lor the seizure ot muni
tions of war by that country from the
Senator Plumb has broken away from
his republican colleagues by sustaining
an amendment to the tariff bill offered
by a ilcmocinl, nnd then offering a lot of
amendments himself. He has also made
a vigorous scfch in the senate in opK
anion to lire principle on which the Mc-
K alley lull is constructed.
Another contest of Slew-art's will has
apjieared in the New York courts.
M.ii. Burke, the defaulting cx-treaaurer
id Louisiana, is nt the point ol death in
I loii.iuras Hum nasal catarrh.
Thomas I.. James, cx-iKistninslcr gen
eral, has accepted the presidency of the
l.nst icnucsacc I. nnil company.
The report is current that the cornier
mines ol Polk couutv, Tciin,. have been
leased, and will Ik' oKiiedand vigorously
worked this lull.
Mrs. Virginia C. Thompson, for eigh
teen years Hisiinaster at Louisville, Ky.,
has turned over the ollice to her succes
sor, John llarrett. The employes gave
.Mrs. l liompioii a uiamomi put,
K. J. Courtney, who some months ago
purchased from J. L. Mclnn, of Put
nam county, the white oak timber on a
.",,"1,0011 acre tract ol hind in I'utnnm,
kn'iawha, mid Jackson counties, West
Virginia, has assigned the same to the
Standard (til comnnny of Virginia. It
is estimated that tne timlicr will ninkr
0,0011,110(1 staves, and will be gotten
out in six years.
There was a riot nt t'.ie West Side
Driving Park, Chicago, when C. S.
I ninkr, a Piiikerton olliccr, broke his
benvy cane over the hentl of llnrrv Wal
lace, of Carson, Piric, Scott & Co., who
thought n certain horse hnd won a race,
nail wus in n dispute with a friend. The
interference of tlie olliccr wns unneces
sary. Wallace will probably die. The
11,000 H-oplr who were nt the park made
an cllorl lo Ivnch the ulliccr.
The ait nation at Buenos Avrcs is iui.
proved. Tin national nnd other banks
nre taking ndvnutngc nf the law post
polling payments, nnd will cash only the
The London Times asserts that "Itch
ring sen, Hillside nf the three-mile limit,
Is just us tree to nil the world as the linif
lish channel of the Mediterranean; nor
ran any attempt to restrict that freedom
lie described otherwise than as nn usur
pation of well established rights."
"Belle Hilton." or Lady Dunlo, snys
thnt Viscount Dtinlo had had an inter
view with her since the recent decision of
the divorce ease in her favor. She says
thnt the noble youth seems disponed to
"do the nros-r things," but that hi
father refuses to continue hit allowance
if be lives with bit wife,
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disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as u cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-culled "harm
less" remedies. These quulitics make it
the most popular and suleuble article iu
the murket, wherever known.
Dl RUCTIONS fUR HSU.
The dose for an adult is two teaapoonfula
in a wine glass of w ater, bone lor children
in proportion, according to age. la cither
case the (lose can be repeated every thirty
niinuea until a cure is cHccUil. One aouc will
always drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when lirat feeling the premonitory
y mutum.; but if the ut luck is wcU on, and
.uUiriuK ia intense, the second or third doac
may be required, t'.uully a greater number
of dow-s ia reuutrvd to effect the first cure
lean is needed lor any succeeding time there
after, ahowing that the medicine is accumu
lative in iu cilccta, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
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We offer greater intluco-
iiii'iifcrt to cash buyei'H of Dry
Gootls than any house hi
All our Domestic Gootls
bought before the rise of cot
ton are now Hold at nrimo
Fans ami I'iuhsoIh, the
best wleetiou in town, re-
gurilloKH of rtmt.
CurtuiiiM in great variety
for leiM than you can buy
Table Linen, TowelH, Nuj-
kiim and DoilieH at tiriccH
that defy competition.
White Goods, Embroider
ies and Laces ut half their
Our Btock in very largo and
wo are determined to reduce
Kid GIovoh nnd Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call and see us beforo
All Goods aro now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
4 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opporit Baak af AskevOk.