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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI.NO. 79.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
1 asC. PKR HUNURliD. I
A phuo planned and devel
oping us u
Situuted iu the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
fulncss ami beauty of
'i elevation f :J,80U fut't.,
It in being laid out with
tnsto and skill, with well
graded ronds and extensive
A desirable place for fine
HKATHFl'L HUM ICS.
A good opportunity for
prolitable investment k For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
l.tiiyMU', Mitchell Co., N. C.
ciiutiot. satf-kn and
1'LANNF.L SHIRTS Jl'ST
IN. LADIUS' Hl.AZFRS,
SHIRT WAISTS tit CI11M-
lisiiTT us j 1 1st r i:c 1:1 V IU.
ItON MARC I IIC,
:I0 SOl'TII MAIN STRF.F.T.
ii H. MAIN ST., ASH I! VI 1.1. H,
1 tiik lack pint
BOORS, STATIONERY, FANCY 6000S
Views and Sketches.
WALTS H. OWH, W. W. WKIIT.
6WYN & WEST
IHucmMor to Walter B.Owynt
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans securely Placed mi
Notary Public. CommLaloncr. ol Deed.
OKFICK tsoutheant Court Mcjar,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Ageult,
Loana m urely pieced at S per cent.
Omceat !I4 Ik an Patton Ave. Second floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Would.'! buy timber land., mineral prnn-
crtlra or A.hcTllle Real ttatate t
Then call on u, Horatio, anil we will (rive
thee thy money', worth.
W. can Mil thee a houie lot, lend thee "tick
el. to erect a dwelling thereon, and In.urr
the mini la any Hire Inauranee Company
dolnn bualnm. In thl. State,
Olv. u. a call, Hor.Uol
JUNKS A J EN KM
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
MVUUII V U fflt'AICC Dlllil)
BS Patton At.., Aehevtlle, H. C. '
VERY DAY THIS WliKK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC,
The Orcat Comedy Play entitled
Has liccn wlthdruwn after a very aucee.iful
run, und wc now present our muti-hk-w
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR TOUR USE AT POP;
UOUM.lt OIHN AT O A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
During the inontli of Au
gust we want to Hose out
everything v have in the
lint) of Summer (ioods. We
nre going to buy a big stock
for the Fall und Winter and
we want no money locked up
in Goods to carry over. We
ha ve some bcuutiful patterns
in Flouneings and Allovers
that we will well ho cheaply
that it would be economy to
buy even for next Summer,
as oncennnot have too many
White Dresses. If you need
a Itlanket or a Comfort these
cool nights you can find what
you want at our place. A
new lino of (iiughaniH in Fall
Shades have just come in,
and are going to he sold very
low, us is our habit with all
our Goods. We have about
six Ico Cream Freezers of the
season's lot; they will be Hold
very low. You can still buy
Croquet Setts und Hani-
mocks of us cheuper than
anybody else. Our .Store is
headquarters for all sorts of
of which we ask an inspec
Come to see us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will save money. Every
thing at lowest prices at
SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of all the hanri.ome and valiinhle pmiirrty
that haa been nm-red In Aaheville, none com
parable to the unhmken form I of oveMlnc
Hundred Acree divided and .ImIIvIcIciI Into
the moat bcautllul lota and tract., lylnu
The ltoukviinl oftha City,
About one-third bring within dty limit, and
the remainder In the charming .uburban villa
Only one tnllr from Court Square Oft mln
ute.i drive) and on the beatand moat popular
drive leading to the conntry. There It a lab
yrinth of avenue, and atnteta bring built
through these ground, under the euper.l.lon
of on. of th. Snot engineer. In the South.
The lota and tracU will range In .lie from V4
acre toS to S arm, the larger plat, covering
ome of the mnet beautiful and plctureaquc
elevation, to be found In a day'. Journey.
Send for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
V. C. GARMICIIAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but oik
minuto to read and you will
find by doingsoyou can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines tt.ul such ai tides
at Cannichaers Drugstore,
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
und Summer Goods
in order to close them
A largediscouut on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) .for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING, DRT GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AYE
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
late! easy of access ugrec-
able to customers attrac
tive to all. by day and night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephono attachment
Handsome Soda Water Aj-
naratus ice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettes Choice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and clean Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever lefore patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville Incomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around comiietitioii
relcgattni to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
( Formerly of Lyman A Child I,
Ofllce No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Huslneas
Loaaa securely placed at S per cent.
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Comhl.
nation Moulding.. Al.o Hoom Moulding..
ricturr n'l'trd, Mounted and Framed at
loweat price, and work guaranteed. Ungrav
Inga, Painting, and Local View, alway on
a 0. Main St.,
Photo gallery over Law' .tore. Ilaye'a
Da,..M aktrllahtf uarlnra anil nrinllna de.
nartmentl commoillnu. and eaay of acccM,
Apnly to HUAKUBN. HANK IN CO.,
Juuctdtf 06 South Main alreet.
LAST HOURS OF KEMMLER,
LISTENS TO THK PLAVINO OF
Home Change to be Made In the
Klectrlc Chair The llody or
Kemmler to be Demanded by
His Brother, It Is Hald.
Nil inforniiition has reached Ashcvillr
as totheexecutionof the law to-day in the
cubc of Kemmler sentenced to die by elec
tricity ut Auburn N. Y. thin week. Tlir
New York Sun thus reports I lie luteal
new. in tins connection:
VVnnlen Duratun wiih vigorous in his
nascrtions thnt Kemmler is us well.
physically iinil nientullv. ns he hns Ixen
at unv time .inec liis coiilinement. No
body believes this, anil when the time
vimics lor Kemmler to die it if likely there
will lie n fnnlitlul scene. M )i-:i-ston
siiid thnt he sent nut the n ,'rr. tn the
witnesses on 1-ncliiy Inst, re(uestm)t
incin to rcHirt ut the insim i uesduy
niht. The Wnrtlen wnlkeil oil when
questioned uliimt the condition of the
electrical aiiparatim. It was learned
however, that the dynamo and its con
nections arc in good workiiiK order,
The current is not vet altouetliei' steady.
but it is sufficiently steady to kill u man
mnimibiy 11 mere in uiiy Yllllic ill all III
electricity as a (lentu-dealitii; aucnt.
There is still it change to lie made in
the chair. Keeent experiments have
shown that in the present arrutiKement
it is iputc possinlc lor n ninn to wriKic
around so i s to evade for a moment the
lull force of the current. The two elec
trodes, it will be remembered, touch the
body on the top of the head und at the
base of the spinal column. The head ol
the victim is straniicd tiiilitl v to the
chair, and the electrode is pressed hard
tiHn it by a stout spring. Ivvcn if the
victim should work his heud loose from
the stops the springs would keep I lie elec
trode tightly pressed uikjii it. The elec
trode at the base of the spine, however,
hns no spring, and cxicrinient showed
that n tcrritied man could wriggle so as
to lift his spine just clear of the sponge.
If this ihould hnicii just as the current
was turned on a horrible scene would
probably be ennctcd. linoiigh of the elec
tric current would undoubtedly enter
the victim's iierson to madden him, anil
he would probably struggle and cry out
in a horrriblc manner until through ex
haustion he sank hack, when the elec
trode would touch him I'nirlvatid still hi.
agonv. A strong spring will In-attached
to this electrode also, and nil additional
strap attached to hold the body lirinH
Some interest wns added to the situa
tion by u rumor that Charles Keminlcr,
the brother of the condemned man, hail
resolved to come to Auburn und claim his
brother's body immediately alter the ex
ecution, unci liclorc the physicians could
uolil nn nutopsv. 111c rumor starter
liter a letter had liccn received bv tin
murderer from his brother, but whclhci
the letter contained any statement tn
this effect it was imMKsilile to learn.
Heretofore the relatives of Kemmlei
have held themselves aloof Iroiu liiin.
and have taken no more interest in hi
IMisition apparently than if he was a
stranger to them. II Charles Keminlci
Iocs demand lus brother s bnily the law,
it is believed, will uphold him. II such a
demand is made and proK'rly complied
with, it will lie a sad blow to the physi
cians, who arc robnbly attracted more
Irom s desire to study the ctleets ol nn
electric shock uiKin a human body than
Irom mere curiosity.
Kemmler Inmsell seems to be happy
enough. He mid his friend, the murderer
I'isli, were allowed to spcuil a lew Hours
together this morning, l-'ish strummed
on his banjo, and Kemmler sat on the ta
ble, swinging his legs and singing to its
nccomimniment. He seems to be well
enough physically, and has got back
these last lew Hays into lus normal apa
thetic mood. He pays little attention to
talks nUml his approaching death, duti
fully tells his spiritual advisers that he
don't (car death, and immediately falls to
writing cards and singing dismally.
Whatever religion Kemmler ever got he
probably still retains. There is the Inst
ofiiisidc authority for saying that Kcm
uiler's religion was the simple acquies
cence of n vacant mind in the truth ol
statements made bun by icrnus who he
had learned to look imkiii as Iriemls. He
said yesterday that lie was crtcctly
willing to inc. nut it is evident that lie
hardly, if nl all, realizes what the coules-
It is liiuhlv iirobiililc that Superintend
ent Karnes of the l-'irc Alarm Telegraph
nt Knchcalcr, whom Warden Durston re
cently engaged as electrical cxicrt, will
have nothing to ilu with the execution.
SiiKriiitciulcnt Ilnrnes had intended to
start for Auburn nt noon to-day, but got
a telegram from the warden telling ,11111
not to come, but to nwnit there 11 letter.
It has since been learned that Mr. names
litis been doing considerable talking ol
late, and the warden hnaliccoiiiciticcnscd
at him. It is possible that the letter will
uilorin Mr. names that his services are
disiR-nsctl with. Warden llurston'srathcr
ostentatious announcement ol the en
gagement of lilcetrician Hunter ol llul'-
lain is regarded as an indication that lie
will take Mr. Harnes s place.
Mrs. Durston is visiting the house ol
her friend, Mrs. Kniiclln, at Lawrence,
near Knckawny, Long Island. She will
remain there until alter the execution.
THE STATES LOSS.
Col. J. S. Miller of Statcsvillc died there
M. W. Currv. Rued 8'J years, of Char
lotte, is dead alter an illncssof two weeks.
Cnntniii Walter W. Lenoir, one of the
best known citizens in the State, died nt
Shull's Mills, Wntnugn county, at til)
years of age.
Winston Daily: Died at her home in
this city, Mrs. I'. Ilrondway, aged
about 7 years. She was taken slightly
ill only last Sunday.
HAD AND COfll) CKorS.
Oxford Dnvi The peach crop this year
ii an utter failure.
flmtiMlwirn Workmiiii! The wheal turn
oiit is quite discouraging. It is very com-
mi..m . tiMM. f llinai wlm linve mil inlde
seed. The quality is Mior, some of it hurd-
ly tit lor bread
Concord Standard says: Mr, John W.
Wiilciikouse, of No. 0, sowed 6A bushels
of wheat and expected to gnthcr 000;
hut his cron only renched 272 bushels.
John C. Wndsworth made 0.1 bushels
of wheat from seven planted. Last year
Wndsworth sent tour wagons to haul 111
his rent 18 bushels.
Alabama ItceiiiN to be Somewhat
The details of the result of the Alalm
mn election are thus given in a llirining
liain dispatch :
"The democratic ticket swept the State
and came in a winner by over 1 110,000
majority, according to the latest esti
mates, and Colonel Thomas (. lones has
Deen practically unanimously proclaimed
Governor of the State. In this city Un
voting has licen remarkably quiet. The
negroes kept away Irom the polls und
seemed to take no interest in the election.
Shortly afternoon to-day there had been
i.uiiii votes east in beat Twenty-tirst,
the residence portion ol Uiiscilvnud otitic
entire 1, 000 only three were republicans.
1 ne maiorilv lor the ticket 111 this
county will doubtless lie 111 the neiu 1I101
noon 01 twelve thousand. News lias
been received Irom till the counties in the
Stale, and it is doiibHul if any. of them
will give n repiiolienn mam-uy, ever 11
the black belt where the negroes oiitmim
ber the whiles in some places twenty to
one. 1 lie republican vole is lighter than
11 has been lor years, line neat ill lot
Jones' own county, Montgomery, may
go republican, but lliis is due to the l.iet
that there are .i.iO negroes lo six oreight
The Force bill imitation has driven
thousands of lepiiblcaus into I lie ranks
ui me oeiuoci aiie pai ly.
1 lie Stale licket as elected is as lollows:
Governor, Thomas tl. Jones, ol Mont
gomery; M'crctnryol state, I. n. iiarron
ol Clay ; Treasurer, ohii l Cobbs, of
Montgomery; Auditor, Cyrus l. Ilogue,
of I'errv ; Attorney General, William L.
niarlin, 01 Jackson; nupeiiiilendenl 01
Ivducation, John G. Harris, ol Sampler.
A OI.OHi:i) AI.I.1ANC1-:.
Political Hltuatlon In Houth Car
olina Further Complicated.
Coi.i miiia, August (!. The political
situation 111 South Carolina is lo Ik
further complicated by the colored I'urm
ers' Alliance, as 1111 organization, jump
ing into the political arena. Stale A 1 1 i-
nnce Ieelurcr I'owcis, s.ivsthc colored
Alliance, has 00,000 mcmlicrs 111 South
Carolina. The chief purpose ol the or
der is mutual bciichl, and lliis, he con
tents, can lie gained as well by entering
IHjIilicb as by establishing stole houses.
1 lie colored Alliances ol ihe Male have
a great gathering at Aiken today. A Her
the meeting rcprcsiiiiativc Irom all the
county Alliances will hold a secret con
vention to discuss the political situation
mil muke 111 lanueiachis lor the presen
tation ol Alliance candidates. They will
probably indorse Tillman.
Can't Control riwiiiburiic.
I.oMiox, August ti. O'llricii asked iu
the house of commons yesterday it' the
government would prosecute the poet
Swinburne lor the poem iu ihe l'orl-
uulitlv Kcvicw, winch, lie said, was
grossly calculated to incite the murder ol
the Lar. tl linen was proceeding lo
read the poem when the sie,'iker called
him lo order, saving llial parliament
could not control the poems ol Swiu-
mriie. 1 his remark was received with
Drove NailH Into llln Head.
Uastiioi km-:, August 0. Tims. Wick
ers, a tradesman here, some time ngo
made an attempt at suicide bv driving
four long nails into his head with a ham
mer. They cuclrutcil into his brain to
the extent of three inches, and were with
drawn with treat difficult v. To the
an.azenient of lb,e doctors, Wickers has
has completely recovered.
It is proposed 10 hold a national con
vention ol business men ill Richmond,
The Leary raft has made its voyage
suecesslullv from Canada to Gravesend
It is reported that KbiL' Leopold has
signed a treaty with Germany securing
to the Germans the lorls oil the Muese.
Lieut. Wyse's engineers an' pushing 011
heir preparations at I'anama lor an
early resumption ol work on the canal.
Miss Virginia Camp, of llaltimorc, and
Miss Marv Ulake, of Annapolis, havecn-
tered the Order of St. Dominic, New York.
Senator 1 'lamb's suggestion of rcmov-
iilt Gen. Grant's remains to Washing
ton is likely to stir up the .New York
A war ol ice dealers is threatened in
llaltimurc bv the announcement that the
Saloon-kccM'rs' association will sell ice
t 0.1 ecu id a hundred pounds.
Kcv. Increase Sumner Lincoln, a eoni-
paiiion of Garrison, Philips mid Sumner
in the anti-slavery cause, died at Wilton,
N. 11., Saturday, aged Ul years.
Alternate commissioners to the Chi
cago World's 1'air will receive no pay for
services or cxieiies unless Ihe principals
arc unable to attend Ihe meetings.
District Assembly No. 4-1, Knights of
Labor, llnllmiorc, instructed delegates
lo the gencrnl assembly to favor tne alio
lition ol the income tax as a part ol' the
preamble of the order.
The government ofServin notifies Aus
tria that unless the prohibition ol the im
portation of pigs is withdrawn, the Ser
vian frontier will be closed altogether
against Austrian imports.
Captain Calvin l-'ay, of Atlanta, tin.,
is dead. In masonry Captain Fay stood
prominent over nil Georgia masons. He
was the only thirty-third degree mem
ber in the Stale and was the highest in
Three very siek mcmlicrs of the Ogal-
lala trilic ol Sioux Indians were steerage
passengers on the Norddculiclur Lloyd
steamer Aller, which arrived at New
York Saturday Irom llremen. Ivagle
Hear was in the last stages ol consump
tion. An linglish syndicate lias purchased
Dnvies Hrewcry null the Ontario lircw
our mid Malting Company nt Toronto,
Canada. The price paid for each concern
is said to lH-lK'lweeu$:iOO,illlllaud$ l-il0,-000.
Negotiations arc going oil 'or the
purchase of 0' Keel's and Cosgrovc's
The appeal court has affirmed the sen
tence of six months imprisonment 1111
nosed on Seetan for his connection with
the operators of the recent copinrr syndi
cate, but bus reduced the line of 100,000
francs imposed on him, 1 he court re
seinded the sentence of three months im
prisonment imposed on Lcvessier, hut
sustained the lower court, lining liini
SCORED UY MR. CUMMINGS
THK KITTKRV NAVY YARD
Mr. CummliiKM Charves That Ihe
Force at the Navy Yard Is In.
creiiNt-tl for lartlHan 1'urpoHes
Washington, August 0, In the house
yesterday, Mr. McKiulcy, from the com
milte 011 rules, reported us a substitute
for Mr. Ciimmiiigs' u resolution asking
the Secretary of the Navy for the reasons
for the increase of the force ul Kittcrv
In SK'iikiug to the resolution Mr. Cum
tilings said thai he rose in defense ol
public morals and public law, which had
liccn menaced by high public officials,
The orders increasing the force of the
Killery Navy yard looked as though tne
design was to use the executive power
lor partisan purposes. Jle charged that
the Kiitery yard was used lor tioliticiil
purposes, and quoted ligurcs to show
that previous to the election the list ol
employes was much larger than it was a
mouth or two allerwards. The minor
ity of Hie men employed eume from
Maine, the state of Thomas Hrackctt
Keed. lie quoted at length from the
testimony taken by the WTiitllioruc
committer 111 lSTtitoshow that the pol
icy 01 me Kepuiiiicnn party had nccii to
use the navy yards lo expedite political
cutis; ami tins policy was worse than
tne shotgun policy.
I'illeen years ago a republican secre
tary ol the navy had stated that the Lan
caster was not worthy of repairs, and
that the Monogahela was in tolerable
good condition, with a si iced often and
11 half knots. Laughter, j These were the
vessels the present secretary ol the navy
eerlilicd that the needs of public service
required 10 IK' repaired. J Laughter. J It
was the republicans and not the public
service that demanded the increase of the
loicc at the Kiitery yard. The re-election
to congress of the siicakcr of this
house and the re-election of u representa
tive Irom the first district of New Hamp
shire were desired. Thus the public
wotiiu read 111c secretary s ecrtilicate anil
they would mid it aright. Hut for the
necessities of the republican party these
wretched hulks would lie left Miiud the
dead line where they belonged. The com
mittee on rules had reported us n substi
tute for his resolution, the resolution
which relcrred the whole offense to to the
Mr. Iloiitellc explained that Secretary
Tracy had simply discharged the duly
devolved upon him under provisions ol
tne naval appropriation lull ami all the
work he had undertaken wasreuuircd bv
that bill, He read I a mid the applause and
laughter ol his party colleagues, I similar
orders issued under Mr. Cleveland's nd
miiiistraliou. .1 . I IKS ol- COXSEiJI'EXCE.
Gen. Yeiiosky, Russian minister of war,
s increasing the means of transiiorta-
lioa 011 the Trans-Caspian railway.
The French senate has voted I0O.000
francs lor the establishment of frontier
ports to prevent the cutrc of cholera into
The rapiil development of the cotton
trade ol Turkestan has resulted in a
complete blockade, the depots along the
line ol railway not having taeililies tor
Fifteen American consuls are holding a
conference at the American consulate in
fans 011 the mode of applying the Mc
Kiulcy bill iu liuroie.
(Iyer 100,000 troops will take part iu
the military maneuvers lo lie held by the
Czar in Scpti-inlicr. Fmipcror William
will arrive at I'ctcrholl August V.
A dispatch from Ilucnos Avres snvs
Vice-President IVIIgrine threatens to re
sign. Celinan has offered every post in
the cabinet lo the opiHisition leaders but
each has declined the oiler.
The tenth international medical con
gress was oh.iic(I iu llerlin to-dav. Two
thousand live hundred German and 2,-
oo foreign doctors, including 500 physi
cians from America arc present. Among
the liritisli doctors attending congress
are Sir James I'nget, Sir Andrew Clarke,
ami I'riif. Slewai tof Dublin. Among the
Americans arc 1 M s. Draperjaeoby, lluscy
lire destroyed half the business por
tion, and forty resideiiees ol 'What
Cheer," Iowa, Monday.
Ml employes of the Carbon Iron com
pany, I'ittsbmg, l'n.,havcstruck because
an altempt was made to start the pud
dling department with negroes.
Herman K. Hald win, of Kiehmoiid, vice
consul lor many years ol the governments
ol llrazil, Spain, Portugal and Cnigua,
was louiul dead in lied ol aMiplexy.
The reception tendered President Ilnr-
risou and Secretary Blaine nt Caie May
was a brilliant alliur. Two thousand
live hundred persons attended and shook
hands with the president and secretary
l,-d P A I. (imlll, rif lliinvilli- Vn.
who lasl winter asked the legislature to
pass a SK-eial act allowing her to prnc-
lli, I,,l u-ill uiwt.l lu.irilt tlin ftlllllil'lll l(,n
of n newspaier there. She will advocate
mc rigui 01 women 10 practice law.
The nomination of Stephen M. Ivaton
to be postmaster nt New Orleans has
liecu favorably reported from committee,
The mniorilv report of the lie use com
mittee on elections in the contested ense
ot'Goodriek vs. Iliillock, from the second
Florida district, decides that Goodnek Is
entitled to the seat.
The conference committee on the sun
Irv civil appropriation hill hns made
considerable progress towards the ad-
a ..r .dir. ...... l.....M t.m ..
lISllllCIll O ,1 llllllCVB WlllM.ll niv fcv
houses. The two principul points of
variance arc items lor the election 01 n
new wing of the Wntcrvlict gun foundry
and the construction of heavy oidnnncc
by private turns.
In the course of a long discussion in
the senate yesterdnv Mr, Ivdmunds illus
trated a remark bv Mr, Vance (to the cf-
leet thnt one of lus arguments was an
old story) by nn anecdote of a thief who
said when told that one of the ten com
mandments wns "Thou shnlt not steal'
that thnt was on old story, and Vance
retorted to the amusement of tne demo
cratic side thnt the protectionist! hnd
got lo the point where they did not even
make an excuse lor stealing.
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the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
ind reliable article in the market for the
ipeedy relief anil cure of every variety of
that common trouble, lliiAUACUB, The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative jhiwcts it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCA1NIJ,
Since it docs not contain nn atom of
ilhcr of these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not u Cathartic, docs not
lisarrange 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 uny kind of bcud-
ache without resicet to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects.
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities muke it
the most popular and saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
DIRECTIONS FOR t'SB.
The doac for an ndult is two traspoonfula
n a wine glass of water. Dose for children
a proportion, according to age. lo either
case the doac cun lie repented every thirty
ininues until a cure ia etleetcd. One doac will
ulwaya drive uway an attack of Headache,
if tuken when lirst feeling tne premonitory
.ymploni.; but if the- uttiiek ia well on, and
.utle-riiiK ia inteuae, the acc-und or third duac
may be required, t'aunlly a greater number
of done, is required to cnVci the Unit cure
thuu ia needed lor any auceeeding time there-
after, ahnwing that the medicine ia aecurau.
lutive in iu elk-cm, tending towurd an event.
uul permunent cure.
46SOl'TH MAIN STREET.
We offer greater induce
ments to cash buyers of Dry
Goods than unv house in
All our Domestic (ioods
ought before the rise of cot
ton are now sold nt primo
Funs und Parasols, the
est selection in town, re
gardless of cost .
Curtains iu great variety
or leas than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Naj-
kins ami Doilies tit prices
that defy competition.
White Goods, Embroider
ies and Luces ut half their
Our stock is very largo und
wo nre determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
the best stock iu Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call and boo us beforo
All (ioods aro now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN 8TKEET,
Opposite Baak f Assrllk.