Newspaper Page Text
Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three Unci,
AT - THIS - - OFFICE.
SC. PBK HVNDIED.
I One Time, US ccnta. Three Timet, SO ccnti.
8ii Time., TS cent.
441 I I I I I
VOLUME VI. NO.
'.s-V til,Mn iiliinm-d and devel-
;i, , ,
Pooping as a
1 1 GREAT RESORT.
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region uoted for health
WTuluess and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
,vv'U', lt is being laid out with
' r&iste and skill, with well
Vaded roads and extensive
V-lt A desirable place for fine
good opportunity for
rentable investments. For
Illustrated pamphlet, ad-
r ' i LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
, t,luvllle, Mildicll Co., N. C.
CIIBTIOT, SATEEN AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS JUST
IN. LAW US' I1LAZEKS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CIIIM
30 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Hit B. MAIN ST., AttllKVILLB,
11 Til. plav torn
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketches.
Iir l d
Wilts. B. Owrn. W. W. Wsax.
GVYI1 & WEST,
(mcmmi. to Walter B.Owyn)
fr ESTABLISHED 1881
X- VV REFER TO RANK OF AlHEVlUt
I REAL ESTATE.
Loan Securely Placed at
OPFICK-..lkwul C.rt acjaar.
Real Estate Brokers.
And InTcatment Amenta.
Lou. e- srely placed at I per erat
Office, i 14 S P.tto. At ccoad Boar.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Woulde't httjr timber l.nri., mineral prop
ertks or Aahevlllt Real Batata t
The call on as, Horatio, and wf will irlrt
Dm thy money' worth.
We .an Mil thee a hone Int. lead the. ehek-
.1. to erect a dwelling thereon, and Innirc
the hiii la any Mr. Insurance Company
doing binM la thl. state,
Ulvt at a call, Horatio I
JEMKS 4k JENKS,
REAL EITATI AND INSURANCE MOKEM,
atooma 4k 10, McAfee- Block,
t Pattoa At.., AetevUta, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Flay entitled
Hoe been withdrawn after a very aucceeaful
run, and we now present our matchlcw
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP
DOOM OPEN AT t A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
During the mouth of Au
gust we want to elose out
everything we have in the
line of Summer Goods. We
are going to buy a big stock
for the Fall and Whiter and
we want no money locked up
in Goods to carry over. We
have some beautiful patterns
in Flouncings and Allovers
that we will sell so cheaply
thut it would be economy to
buy even for next Summer,
as onecannot have too many
White Presses. If you need
a Blanket or a Comfort these
cool nights you can find what
you want at our place. A
new line of Ginghams in Fall
Shades have just come in,
und are going to be sold very
low, as is our habit with all
our Goods. We have about
six Ice Creuni Freezers of the
season's lot; they will be sold
very low. You can still buy
Croquet Setts and Ham
mocks of us cheaper 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 8. 6, 1890.
Of all the handeomc and valuable property
that ha. been offered In Aahevllle, none com
parable to the unbroken fnreat of oyer One
Hundred Acre, divided and ..billvliled Into
the moat beautllul lot. and tracte, lying
The Boulevard of the City,
About one-third being within dty limit, and
the remainder In the charming auburban villa
Only one mile from Court Square (10 mln
utei drive) and on the beatand moat popular
drive leading to the country. Then I. a lab
yrinth of avenue, and street, being built
through thine ground, under the autwrvlalon
of on. of the Aneat engineer. In the South.
The lot. and tract, will range In .lee from H
acre to 8 to 8 acre., the larger plat, covering
mil of the moat beautiful and picturesque
elevatlona to be found In a day's Inurney,
end for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
AgHBVILLB, N. C,
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing so you can save
medicines and such articles
at Carmichoel's Drug Store,
His stock fresh and complete
und 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 large discount 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 cen
trally located well venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all. by day and night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks nil
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 obtamnble more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated 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 Child I,
OfDce No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Huslnes
Loana .ecu rely placed at H tier cent.
Oold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Oltt and Combl
nation Moulding. Aleo Koom Moulillnga.
Picture. Matted, Mounted and Framed at
loweat price, and work guaranteed. Ungrav
Inga, Palntlnga and Local Vlewa alwaya on
ai 8. Main St.. Aahevllle.
apr 18 d
Photo gallery over Law'a atore. Haye'a
f.tenc enyugntl nariore nnu finnim
nartmenti cotnmoillou. and en.y of nccc.a,
Apolyto BUAKUUN, RANKIN Ik CO.,
June4dtf 08 South Main atrcct.
C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890.
ELECTRICITY KILLED HIM. I "atiencei -pati
ELECTRICITY KILLED HIM.
DETAILS OF THE FIRST EXECU
TION BY THAT METHOD.
KKMHl.EK'8 DEATH WAS AP
He la Called Dead In Seventeen
Minutes, but Respiration Began
Again, and the Kleclrlclts Was
Once M ore Turned On.
Auburn, N. Y., August 7. Between 6
and 7 o'clock yenterdny morning, in the
Imsement of the State prison, in this city,
Wm. Kemmlcr was killed under the law
ly the ue of electricity. On Murch 29,
188U, he murdered his mistress, "Tillic"
Zeigler, and his death wus reparation for
his crime. He entered the death cham
ber about half past six and wus ussisted
in preparing himself for dvuth. He was
pluccd m an ordinary cliuir by the ' T
den, who introduced bim to those p-l!-cnt.
He made a few brief farewell re
marks; tlitre were no prayers in the
death room and the man wus evidently
devoid of nervous tension.
The stated hour hud expired audit was
fifteen minutes before Dr. Spitzka ar
rived. Other doctors were delayed. The
agent and warden grew momentarily
more impatient. He would have the ex
ecution all over, if possible, before the
men were astir in the prison shops.
"Gentlemen, I will not wait any longer
for those who are not here," he exclaimed
at length, after peering a Inst time down
to the iron gate.
Silently those awaiting gathered about
the warden, who led the way to the rear
hull, where a guard with a great key
stood to ocn and close the door to the
basement region of the prison.
The huge iron bolted barrier swung
bnck, the warden led the way and the
silent party descended the iron stairway
to the stone floored hull, where the fatal
apparatus and its first subject were
In the semi-gloom of the basement the
massive chair ol death seemed to loom
nut of the shadows a little distance from
the entrance. As cuch guest passed it,
he might have noted that every strop
and every buckle to bind the victim was
carefully pluccd to avoid ull possible de
lay. 1 lie electrode tor tnc neaci nuns in
its place like a sprinkler disc for a shower
oatn;ciiairs aim oencnes sioou unoui
the room in a semicircle In the uncer
tain light of the tnlcful room theylormeil
a horse shoe, in whose opening stood
the Inuvy elrnir, with its dangling sirups
Suddenly the room was lighted from
within. The warden hud turned up the
lone burning flame at one of the blackened
gas buruers of the aucient chandelier.
in his mini arrangements me warden
had placed all clcctricul apparatus in an
ante-room. The purpose of t he Intcchungc
of the electricul volt meter and switches
to uiiothcrroombccumcnppnrcnt. Those
who should see Kemmlcr die were never
to know who hud pushed the switch to
send the death blow to Kcnimler's vitals.
When the final moment came, and
Kcrainler was asked to take his seat in
the futal chair, he wus eviilcntnlly the
coolest man present. He was uurulllcil
and obeyed every word ot the warden
with willingness and care, lie submitted
to the sirups quietly, and directed the
adjustment of the elcetriode. He made
several suggestions to the warden, anil
finally sat in the chair without a tremor
to nwuit the stroke.
A convulsion murked the application
of electricity. He wus suid to be dead in
seventeen seconds, und the current was
stopped. Later on respiration wus re
sumed and the current was nguin nj-
plicd and in thirteen minutes Iroin the
first stroke he was ugnin declared dead.
The flesh of his bnck was burned, nlso a
spot upon uHin the top of his head.
Over Now and the Democrats do
Not Ulve I'D Hope.
CllAKl.KBTON, S. C, AugUSt 7. TIlC
most intensely bitter political campaign
ever held in the State is ended and the
whole State is ulad of the fact. The re
sult is that Tillman has 1H7 of the 320
votes elected to the convention, hut the
fight is not yet over, and the straight
out democrats do not give up. They
will fight Tillman to the bitter end.
Another Alliance cumlidnie ims ap-
lieured in the field in the first Charleston
district in the icrson of 11. A. Mctz, ol
Lexington, wno lias ocen cmiorscu iur
congress against W. H. Hruwlcy, ol
Charleston, Meti is a lawyer, out is un
derstood to have taken the Sub-Treasury
A ftVKKN INDANUER,
Ictorla Conies Near to tJeltlna
London. Auuust 7. The Ouccn left Os-
liorne House at 7 o'glock Tuesday for a
Irive to witness the yacht squadron
parade at Co wee. Her carriage had to
cross to a steam ferry on n pontoon. A
..... ,lfln L.ttiitir ilnwn nf the nlntfnrm
on which the Oiiecn's ensriiige stood
.i .... i i. .. ...i,:..k
CllUSCtl till lliriinil wi nu.v,, m.ivi,
nllv submerged the pontoon. ThcOucen
and the sKctntors were lor a moment
panic-stricken, but the pontoon soon
righted ilscll una nonicu iree. i ne yucen
was men siueiy vonvevvu .u u uvumw
I. W. Hcinrich, stenographer lor W.
Duke Sons & Co., at Durham, is dead.
Knliert H. Austin, the oldest citizen of
Tnrboro, is dead ; nged HO yeurs and live
The death of 8. H. Turrentiiie is very
much regretted by our citizens. He had
reached a ripe old age und wns beloved
by our people. Durham Globe,
Mr. John D. Sicvers, nged 73 years,
died at his home in Salem Monday, The
deceased leaves a wife anil two children,
Dr. N. S. and Miss Gertrude Sicvers.
Mr. Cicero Strickland, a brick mason
living in Wcbbtown, who hud been siek
for four weeks of typhoid fever, died yes
terday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Mr.
Strickland came from Duplin county to
this Mty a short time ugo. Goldshoro
Take This to the "Grand" with
Von This Evening-.
The Grand opens to-night. Here is the
story of "Patience" that will be pre
Hunthorne, "the Fleshey Poet," has
won the affections of twenty lovesick
maidens who have been engaged to the
Heavy Dragoons, but is in love himself
with the Dairy Maid Patience, to whom
love is a seuled book, except the love of
ner old playmate Archibald urosvenor,
whom she bus not seen for fifteen veurs.
Lady Angela, oue of the rapturous maid
ens, expluins to Patience what true love
is and how unselfish it is and leaves
her determined to fall in love with some
lady. At this moment enters Keui
nold Grosvenor her old playmate
now known as "Archibnld the all Right"
an Idyllic poet who has loved her fifteen
years and whom she now loves. They
confess their love, but in the midst of
their happiness it occurs to Patience that
there can be no unselfishness in loving so
perlect a being as Urosvenor, nnn they
part in despair. rJunlhorue, heartbroken
at l'utience's refusal, by the advice of
his solicitor puts himself up to be rallied
for by the maidens. While this is taking
pluce Pulicnee interrupts and dclures her
willingness to marry liuntlioriic, because
she thinks it her duty. At this the ladies
transfer their affections to the dragoons
und a reconciliation takes place. Here
enters Grosvenor and all but Lndyjune
fall in love with him, und the first uct
ends amidst the confession ol love of the
maidens and the horror of Grosvenor
and the anger and jealousy of the Drag
oons and Hunthorne.
The ladies now devote themselves to
Grosvenor, who cannot leave them on
account of his love for Puticncc. The
Duke, Colonel and Major, in order to re
gain the alUx'lions of the maiden, imitate
Grosvenor in dress and manner und arc
successful, liunlhorne and Jane form a
plot to overthrow Grosvenor's suprem
acy. Iiuiithome has an interview with
Grosvenor, and by a terrible threat com
pels him to become absolutely common
place. After which, all the ladies follow
his example, and return to the Dragoons.
Runtliorne now becomes perfection and
Patience discovers that she can no longer
love him, us thut would be selfish and
finds nothing to prevent her loving Gros
venor. Ths I Hike now chooses Lndv
Jane lor his wile, and liunlhorne is lelt
The Ulum.ilHt Must Now Puddle
His Own Canoe.
Huston, August B. The much-mnrried
Charles Lorinc. who is in limlxi in Chi
cago lor having loo many wives, is de
serted by his parents, who Iivt in tins
city. His lather, Mr. John r. Lonng,
says that mnrlcs must get out ol the
scrupv the liest way he can. He says
Unit the nllnir lias iK-cn a tcrnine snnck
lo the relatives of the young man.
"He received a lilieral education," he
said, "and made rapid progress in elec
trical matters, tor several years Holding
good places. About seven years ago he
married a pretty Huston girl, bat they
did not get along well together, nnd a
ivorce wns the result. Helms sent lor
me to go out and assist him, but 1 shall
not go. 1 have done all thut I can for
him. and he must help himself now. His
shortage while collector for the Host on
LiL'ht Infantry did not amount to So,
and there wus no necessity fur him to
leave Hoston on account of it. I have
seen him but once in five years, and 1 re
gret the publicity that his ill-doing has
brought us into.
THE LATEST NEWS
i-KOM NOHTtl CAHOUXA.
The State Tobacco Association met
at Morehead City Tuesday,
Resolution of the Lincoln county Alli
ance: 1 nut the Male Alliance, soon to
meet at Asheville, N. C, be requested to
memorialize the legislature to double the
tax lor public schools."
The Scotland Neck Democrat pub
lishes a letter from a demoernt in the
western pnrt ol that county calling lot
Hon. W. H. Kitchin to return to the con
ns t for the nomination to congress from
the second district.
The preliminary examination into
the homicide of Saturday at Raleigh
wherein Ulliccr William Ilogue shot nnd
killed a colored man named Jones iscloscd.
Ilogue wns held without hail lo answer
a charge of murder at the September term
of the uH.rior court.
Mr. Kirby Smith of Goldslmro
passed through Daleigh going to Cluiticl
Mill. He was accompanied by his
lawyer and is gathering data for
the damage suit which he has insti
tuted against the University for tnlsc im
prisonment. It will be remembered that
he was arrested at the commencement of
1HHU on a charge of pnintiug the Cald
well monument. News and Observer.
Rumors around Winston: "Phila
delphia capitalists are interested largely
in the development of Salem. A High
Point syndicate of lumber men have un
pointed a meeting to discuss some plans
ot establishing works at this place. An
English syndicate is negotiating with the
mineral laud owners in hurry, Alleghany,
Wilkes and Watauga counties with a
view toestublishing iurgc smelting works
at this point."
The N. C. Agricultural Uxjicrimcnt
Station line procured cuttings ot the best
varitics of figs in cultivation in all parts
of the world. There arc thirty varieties
in all. These are being grown at the sta
tion for the double purpose of testing
their hardiness nnd ouiilitv ami lor grow
ing cuttings to be distributed in all parts
ol the State. Pull directions for fig cult
ure will be given in bulletins hereafter,
free to all who apply. W. P. Massey,
The following members of the legis
lature nnd senate have gone on record us
having refused railroad passes : K. W.
Scott. Alamance county i U. A. Wcllons,
lohnston county: . I. D. Purker, Permit
... . i - ii...i.i;....r...i.i w.,i
county! M.J. Hum, Way tic county; John
Norwood, orange county; n. iiiooon,
Mccklcnhurir county; I. L. Anderson
Hertford county; I). Alexander, Tyrrell
county. Kuleigli r iirmer.
Tohn M. Haves, of Halifax. U. S,
Marshal, brought here on a warrant of
Madison Hawkins, a white man named
Milikizdcck White, who refused to ans
wer any questions propounded by the
census enumerator ol his township.
White averred that the United States
government could not compel him to
answer the questions. After n henring It
wns found that White was of an unsound
mind, and he was discharged.
AFFAIRS OF CONSEQUENCE
THE NEWS AT HOME AND
AWAV FROM BON 1C.
What Is Doing In Congress Mis.
slsslppl Election Relurnw Till-
nun Conventions Wind nnl
The prohibition party has Ix-gun its
euuipuifjii in mw turn,
Mrs. Sidney Lanier and her son arc ill
with typhoid lever lit ilullimorc.
The Kcnrsiiruu litis been ordered to
uuntemulu, aim is preparing lor l he vov
The steamship Glenogtc has made the
trip from Jupan to New York in liliy-lorr
The Ilultiinorc and Yorklown Turn
pike company will exact toll of funeral
Prennrntions have liccn made tor two
cable lines in New York City, one of them
oi, tiro jwnv
General Granl'familv are oiiiniHed to
nny removal of the General's remains
from Riverside Park.
The republican club of New York has
declared in favor of straight-out nomina
tions and no combinations.
Ernstus Wimnn urnooses to carry out
his plan by uniting Slulcn Island with
Long Island by a tunnel under the Nar
The iurv in the lilwl .nil of m-tni-a T.,if.
toe and Williams against Fanny Daven
port, at Minneapolis, Minn., failed to
The Drick Manufacturers' association
will retaliate for the boycott of their
bricks by not sending them to the New
Senator Jones, nf Nevada, recently lost
a satchel from a New York cub contain
ing $13,IMI() in bonds, but subseiuently
recovered the securities.
Ferdinand SchilT.of New York, weighed
over 30(1 pounds, fell overboard, U-ing
unable to swim, but lie was so tat he
coulld not sink, und so floated until he
Twenty-four Ilritisb sailors deserted
Monday at Newport from the flagship
llellerophotie. The deserters were lireil
upon us they lauded on Guw Island. All
but three were captured.
Mr. T. G. Sliaugbenessv, assistant
president of the Canadian Pacific rail
roud, estimates that the Northwest grain
crop will amount to 1 7,imiii,IIIIO bushels,
of which 13,000,01)0 will lie for cxirt.
A wind and hail storm swept over Ly
ons, Osceola, 1 lick itiw n, Lintiiett anil
Winnebago counties, lnwn, Sunday, de
stroying near.)' everything in its path
way. .Many horses and entile wen
killed and men who were out badly cut
by the hail nnd several are reported us
George Harris, a Chicago postal clerk.
it missing with I lie contents ot two mail
M)uehe taken from a Chicago and Alton
train, near St. Louis. He is charged
with stealing registered matter from the
nail sucks entrusted to his cure. The
amount taken may not Ik more than
$:too, or may be many thousand dollars.
Tillman conventions have lieen held in
Greenville, Anderson, Marion, I'ickei.s
and several oilier counties in South Car
olina, anil Tillman delegates elected, the
Tillmnniles having captured the demo
cratic machinery. In the Fourth district
I). K. Norris, and m the Sixlli, L. 1.
Stnekhouse, were endorsed tor congress.
Doth urc Alliance men.
Governor Waterman, of California, has
scut a dispatch to Secretary of the Inte
rior Noble protesting against declaring
oiien the susiiciiilcd surveys in Tiilale
county on which are loeulcd the big
trees. I he governor lurtlicr asks that
Secretary Noble use his influence lo have
the surveys remain closed until congress
shall decide whether or not the laud shall
be set aside lor a public park.
Nearly one hundred men became in
volved in a light ut the picnic ol the Ar
iK'itcr Ttirnvvrin, nt lillers Grove, near
lihaUtb, N.J. . Monday night. Six im-
liecmrn were badly handled by the infu
riated anarchists, one of whom, Until
Vogt, was locked up. An American llag
floating from n stuff it the entrance ol
the picnic ground, was torn down nnd
trampled under foot during the riot.
The returns of the election held Inst
Thursday in Mississippi lor delegates to
the constitutional convention, urc still
incomplete, but are shown to have been
very small, us llierc was no contest. 11
will iirobalilv nut reach over tiii.ooo.
George P. Mcleyoir ami Isah T. Mont
gomery, republicans, (ire elected in lloli-
vur county. .Montgomery .will lie Hu
mify colored man in the convention. He
wus a slave oi jeiierson navis, ami is a
man of great intelligence.
Tolstoi's "Krctilzer Sonata" is having
a big sale owing to itsexclusion from the
A republican senator says the lllaiur
reciprocity Iden will proiiaiuy be uuopieii
ill a modified loriu.
The democrat in the house of rcpre-
scntnlivc are said to have discovered a
means of filibustering by demanding roll
Anderson & Marr, of Jersey City, gel
the contract for the dillieull work of
building a light house on Outer Diamond
Shoal, oil Ciiih.' llallerus,
Uu.ines interests that urc anxious for
the settlement ol the tan II question were
reiiresenlcd nt a conference with republi
can senators in Washington in opposi
tion to the lorec Dill.
A nnvnl court of Inquiry has been or
dered to meet at the .Norlolk navy yard
to investigate n dilhculty lictwccti Mnjor
MrL.nic Tiitotl mid Cupluiil Will. K
llrown, of the murine corps.
In the I'nited Slates senate the consid
eration of the turill bill is continued. Mr.
Wilson, of lown, has endeavored to show
thai the "farming depression wasnot the
result of actual fuel, but of the lies told
It took lust ten minutes for the house
commit tee on elections to adopt the re-
nort dec iirmu Unit Kcprvscutntivc
llrcckinridgc was not elected from the
second district ot Arkansas.
F.nilieror William of Germany has Ihxmi
nikcd to espouse the cntisc of crcinution
by the cremation conference in session nt
Sir James Ferguson, Uritlsh under for
elun secretary, stated in the house ol
common that the Ilritish government
cotliu lioi iiucricrv wim me vzur a irtiiv
tnent ol Hebrews.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADB MARK KF.GISTliKliD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures Every VnrlL-ly. of Headache
AND NOTHING ISLSU,
lias, earned lor itself
the euviuble reputu-
lioil of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article iu the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
thai common trouble, II lauaciik. The
immense favor which bus greeted it from
ull quurlcrs, proves its true merits und
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will ucver
For its curative powers it docs uot de
pend upon the subtle iiitlueuees of such
poisonous drugs at
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not coutuiu an utom of
either of these. It is ubsolutclv free from
injurious chemicals, und can be tuken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is uot u Cathartic, doe not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredient.
The (ivculiur ad vantages of Antimi
graine consist iu its being thoroughly
reliable us u cure for uuy kind of heud
ache without rcscct to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
.is iu the case of oilier so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
llic most populur mid saleable urliclciu
the market, wherever known.
DIRECTIONS Fuk t'Sli.
The dose lor uu udull ia tw o U-uspooufuls
in a wine glussui' wuu-r. liosc Iur children
in pruH,rlioti, ui-i-oriluig to UKe, lo cither
cum; Uic iIuk i-uu be rciH-uu-d every thirty
iiilnuis uutil u cure is i-llveu-d. One dose will
ul uuy. drive unay uu uttuek of lleuduchc,
il lukeu when lirst feeling the premonitory
.yuimoliis; l.ul il thcuttnek Is well on, aod
uiuriuu is iuuuav, the seeoud or third dose
uu) In; required. I'suully u greater number
of dowa ia required to elKvt the first cure
llmu is nevdeil lor nny succwdiiig time there
ulter, .howiiitf thut tat- iitediciiic i. accumu
lative iu its cileets, U'liiliug towurd uu eveut
uul iK-miauviit cure.
Pur sule ut
46.SOLTII MAIN STREET.
Bargains ! Bargains !
We offer givutor hiduco
uipiitvs to wish buyers of Dry
Jootls than any Iiouko in
ll our Doiupstic Goods
ought before the rino of cot
ton are now hoM at prime
Fans iiiul l'arasols, the
test selection iu town, re
gardless of rust.
Curtains in great vuriety
or leais than you ean buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nap
kins ami Doilies nt prices
that defy competition.
White Goods, Embroider
ies ami l.nees at liali their
Our stock is very largo and
wo 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
i n every th i ng. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
OppoeJU Bask at Asltrrllk).