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Asheville Dailv Citizen
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One Time, 3S cent. Three Times, 60 ceata.
Ms Timei, 78 cent.
AT - - THIS - OFFICli.
SC. PEK HIINDHKD,
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 100.
A plane planned and devel
oping as a
Situated iu the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
I'ulness and beauty of
All elevation of feet,
In vibrating Climate
It iH being laid out. with
twite mid skill, with well
uiiuIimI roads ami extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
ilhistnit4Hl pamphlet, un
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Miivill, Mllctaell Co., N. C.
CHT.VI0T. SATKBN AND
PLANNF.L SIIIKT8 Jl'ST
IN. LADIliS HLAZKRS,
SHIRT WAISTS ft CIUM
15SI5TT I5S JUST RliCF.IVU).
30 SOUTH MAIN STRKF.T.
ilil 8. MAIN HT., ASHUVII.LH.
re tiis m-ac roii
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketches
WilthB. Owvn. W. W. WsaT,
GVYN & WEST,
(Hurrrwara to Walter H.Owyal
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at
Notary Public. Cnmmleeloner. ol Deeds
OfPICK OMttatMMt Court AWiuar.
Real Relate Broker.
And Investment Agent.
Loan, m urely placed at 8 per cent.
Dlllint S 3 Patton At.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Would.'t buy timber land., mineral prop-
rtlr. or A.hcTlllc Meal Ratntc t
Th.n call on Horatio, and w. will irlve
the. thy money', worth.
We can Mil the. a houae lot, lend thee hck
l. to met a dwelling thereon, and Inanre
he name la nr Pin Inraranee Company
lining bmlncH In thl. Stat..
OIre a. a call, Horatio I
JENKB Jk JKNK8,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooms 9 Jk io, McAfee Block,
M Pattoa Aw., AibrrUK, N. C.
"A MRU IN HAND
Ii better than an overdraft In the Bank.'
But the beet of all ll to buy your Orocerlei,
Provlslona, Peed, &c., from
A. D. COOPER,
Corner Main and College atreete. Prlcce
low and everything as represented or
Two second-hand wagon for mile cheap.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts,
Blankets, and other goods
'or cooler weather has just
(H!ii received, riasterers'
White Overalls und Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons.
The largest lot of Cheinisi,
Gowns and Underwear to be
fouutl in the city, some fine
goods, cheajier than you can
get I he material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and 1-nwt Block. Wool, Me-
nno, Lotton, i..isie iiueuu,
. . . i .1
and Silk, from 10ct. to f 2
a pair. All kiimis oi urw
i i r f
Trimmings,' Buttons, Lin
ings. &.; in fact our stock of
everything ninnled to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or Lidi'r' is well nigh
IM'rfwt, so that your WANTS
from the cellur to the garret
can be filled at our store nt
prices nway Mow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET'
F. A. GRACE,
( Formerly of Lymaa Child I.
Offlce No. I Legal Block
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loan, atcarely placed at per cent.
(Hucceraor. to Balrd k Rtctor.l
No. a8 North Main Street,
liar, a full Mock of everything to be uaed In
famllle. In the way of eatable.. All freah and
of beat quality. W. aak our Mend, and the
public generally to call and aec ua. Katie
lion guaranteed. All good, delivered In the
dty llmlta. Preah country produce a pr
wn. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U I. N.,
Ii located In Aahevlllc and will practice
Draughting of any deacrlptlon a apeclnlty
r, ii. itoa nun.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low priceB. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Tim registered
prescription ists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. C ARMICH AKL,
No. so South main Street,
. Asheville, N. C.
Lots and lots of
New Goods for Au
tumn just received.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer Goods
in order to close them
A Iurgediscouut on
light weight Clothing
(block excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS. SMALLWARES, HATS
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE
Quit monkeying with
Knoxville and Richmond
when you want Drugs, Medi-
cines, faints, uus, vtinuow
a au. a I
Glass &c., remember that
T. C. Smith & Co., have o
urge and heavily stocked
Wholesale and I Mail Drug
House In Asheville. on the
Public Square, where all buy
ers are supplied in quantity
nndjirieeand qunlity, such
goods as make up a well fit
ted modern Drug and Pre
scription Store. S we freight
charges from more remote
points and save time in get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in
creasing the growing im
portance of Asheville as tin
commercial centre of West
ern Nort h Carolina.
EMORY s HENRY COLLECE
The imlnta of .pedal attraction lire,
Ha t'nrlvallcd Location anil llcaulllul
Thorough Collegia!. Coume and Modern
Large Library and unequalled l.ltrrnry
Voung Men'. Chrlallan Aaaorlntlnn anil
Freedom from Temptation I
Magnificent Oymnaalum and thoroughly
Attractive Boarding llouara and Wonder
fal Health Record I
Pine Iriedpllne and ttelbrloue Tone
And the entire reaaonalilcncaa of Ua terma
Mend for new and enlarged catalogue to
KKV. JAMBS ATKIN.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
Ocncrat I Insurance I Agent
Rear No. HO South Main street.
Aahevlllc, N. C.
W''-'THACRK OP PIANO.
Puplle reorlTrd at HI Halley atreet. Heal.
dene. 77 Charlotte .tract.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
A VOTE REACHED ON THE WOOL
IS MOT TO UK PI.4CKD UN
THK FRKK LIST.
Wakiiiniitun, Aupiat 30. In the Sen
ate tunluy Senator Murgnn preacntrd n
rc-Holutioij ofn colored mnss meeting in
HirmiiiKlmm, Ala., nnninst the paa.nKe
of the fc-diriil election bill. Senator Mo
Millun axkcil to liuve the house jnint
resolution taken up and pwut-d granting
fifteen ilny. leave ofnlisciice annually to
clerk, ami employee, in the first and
second clans ixi.toftcrs, but Mr. Ed
munds objected on the Kroiind that its
coiiBiilcrnlion would occupy too much
time. The bill, he said, involved a good
deal of money as the leave of absence
provided lor would probalily necessitate
the employment of extra hands. The
tariff lull was then taken tin, the ncmline
iiieation being on Senator Carlisle's mo
tion to strike out the wool paragraphs
so as to place wool on the free list.
senator Uaniel niKla-sseu tne senate in
support of the amendment. The facts
demonstrated, he said, that the hih tar
iff on wool and woolens had been a com
plete failure. Il thnt high tariff had been
designed to stimulate the American man
ufacturer ot woolens it linn lulled. II the
designs had been to increase the Ameri
can sheep cultivation of Hocks unil wool
cheap, it hud liijlcd.. If the design had
lieen to decrease the price ot wool it hail
succeeded. The high dutv had not
checked the importation ol foreign wools,
Ikx-iiusc these were necessary lor the util
isation of American wool.
A vole was then taken and Senator
Carlisle's motion to strike out all the
wool paragraph was rejected, yeas 17;
nays 27 strict party vote, although
Senator I'uvue, ii present would have
voted iu the negative, Senator Sherman
HI.AINK UN MtiClPKOHITV.
He Bay a It noes Not Tend Toward
Watkkvii.i.k, Me., August HH. Secre
tary niaiue sHikr here last night lit a
republican mass meeting. In regard to
national questions he said: "I eeii.ii li
declare invopiniou that the I'nitcd States
tins reached a miiit win re our of its
highest duties is to enlarge the urea in
its foreign trade. Our great demand i
expunsioii. I mean expansion ol trad,
with countries where we can find profit
able exchnnges. What I mean to sjieak
ol is n system ol reciprocity not in con
flict with the protective larill but suppli
mentrv thereol and presenting a held ot
enterprise that will richly repay the el
lorts and energy nt liic American iieoiile.
In 1HHH our whole exports to all conn
tics in three continents ol Kuroie, Asia
and Alriea and to Australia, Canada and
Hawaii amounted to $ii.H,ooo,iHt, nml
on intKrts from nil these countries to
$.V"J,MM),0MJ. showing that Imm that
vast trnde we hail a Imlanecol $ i'J'J.OOO,
00(1 in our favor. Hut when all accounts
were closed, instead of having $ I Jll,H'i,-
(MiO in our lavor we hail n balance nl
$i:t,(HI(),(MMJ against us from our foreign
trade. We must llicrcloic have lost
$U10(MI,(MMI iu our commerce with the
countries outside of those to which I
How can this state of ullaira Ik reme
We encounter opMiaition to the diev
of reciprocity from those who declare
that il we enter into reciprocity ol trade
with one country we must do so with
all countries, and thus indirectly bring
about complete Irec trade. I ilon't see
the logic ol this. I am sure the lacta will
not prove what is predicted. We may
enter into reciprocity with one nation
because we find advantages in it, and we
nuiy tit-cimc 10 enter lino reciprocity
Willi nnotiirr liecause we see no nilvun
tngr in it. KecipriH-ity is simply a isilicy
ol cireutnstiincc, to lie determined Invoi
nblv or adversely iKTordiug as its okt
ution may make or lose lor us.
No n.lkvrloi.H Waiilfd.
Jackson, Miss., August .'10. Iu tile
constitutional convention Mr. Mender
son, nl Clnv county, submitted n rcsolu
lion Providian that transportation coin
unities eugageil in interstate trallic shall
m- prohibited in eases of strikes to cm
plov armed iMidies of men or non-resi-
dents culling themselves detectives, under
a cnally of forfeiture of thecharter priv
The Kla-hl Hour tjfw.
Wasiiinhton, August .'III. The house
met nl 1 1 o'clock to-day, llirimderstand
ing lieing that the first hourof the session
should be for debnle only on the bill for
the nibustmrnt nl the accounts of labor
ers, workmen and mechanics urising un
drr the eight Hour law. I lie nicasiire
was carnestlv ilcliateil uy Messrs. CnrutH
lliuglev, Covert, Morrill, I' lower, Wnde,
Keilly, UslHirnc nnu ranpiar.
The Vollon In Mlatnt.
NiiW Viink, August IK). The total vlsi
blr siioiilv ol cotton for the world is 1.
071,7110 'bales, of which r'jr.i!l0 1t,ci
ore Amcriratl, ngaiiist H.l,7.ia bales,
anil 4tll).H:i.r bales resiiectively Inst venr.
Keceints nt nil interior towns, 20,21:1
bales) receipts at plantations, 40,82
LATH STATU NEWS.
A negro who owns thirty acres of
Innd adjoining the I'hit-nix oil well in
(rccn.lioro has refused an offer of $11,
(100 for il.
There arc numerous rumors afloat
concerning the North Carolina Steel mid
Iron Comiiauv's plant nt (irrenshom.
Important action will be tnken by the
directors in a lew days.
Some excitement Is manifested over
the recent suit that has lieen entered by
the county ofhrcrs nl Calmrrus lor J.ill,.
000 against The Daily Htandard, of Con
cord, lor llliei.
John Kennedy wnt employed In the
postomce nt Wilmington ns registry
clerk. About four weeks ago hestiddenly
ditnpiienrrd, and short age of f.'lOl) was
found in his ceoiflits. The detectives
have just returned him to Wilmington
from New Orleans where lie was cap
A NIVF. JANGI.K,
Between theae BrotherlioodH the
San Antonio, Texas, August 30. The
contest between the Southern Pacific
Railway and those of its engineers who
arc members of the Ilrolherhood lias as
sumed a new phase.
It is now strictly n dispute lie t ween
the brotherhood of Locomotive cnirin-
eers and the brotherhood of Locomo
tive Firemen. It came about in this
way: M. Kitchie, who was appointed en
gineer of n passenger train and to whose
apKiintment the Brotherhood of Engin
eers so strenuously objected, was a fire
man unu mcmneroi tiini organisation.
The engineers denianded that he be re
moved und thato mcmlx-r of their llroth-
rhooil be nut in his place. This the load
refuses to do.
The engineers nave scut on a commit
tee to Sun Fruncisco to confer wilh the
Brotherhood of the roust, and il their
stand is endorsed und the road refuses
to come to time thcysny they will strike
and stop every train between New Or
leans und San l-'ranciaeo. Now the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Fremen has
taken a hand and proposes to stand by
Air. Kile me. it too will senu on n com
mittee to San Fruncisco to confer with
the western mcinlKrs of the order. Il
their indorsement ol Kilcbie is sustained
they will defy the engineers to tic up the
XSK FAVORS YON KTS.
A Citizen of AHlit-t llle lit I'm or of
The Force Hill and Its) Iviilorct
inenl bv the Army and Nuvv An
V. S. Lusk was rnll-.i out anil spoke
nt the Kaleigh repiihliciiu convention l-'ri-
lay. The Chronicle reports liiiu as fol
"lie made a miitilx-rof burrowing, bug
aboo statements aliout the election law.
He dressed thai measure iu the most im
possible garli and lot illy misrepresented
it. lie said the sun nt I'.'od had never set
upon n lair election in North Carolina
since the inauguration ol the present
system of county government. He
Haul tne Mitional Coi.gies.s nail neurit
our cry of distress, and were try-
tug to come to our l e Pel bv I lie l-eil-
nil election law. lis mm when mat law
was introduced, a great line and cry was
raised and il w.-'s called the 'loicclull.'
ow tlier sav, ii lli.it law passes, there
will be fighting ami bloodshed! If so.
ring out y.iui anay nun K IX mi:i:i
of ll-M.F WAV. I AM TOOTH AMI Till.
NAM. IN PAVOH OH THAT I. AW, llllll I Veil 111
i 1'ii-siilciii occuii who will sec thai law
'Yes; I nminlavorof a ('resident win.
Will Hilt II MAX OI--WAK IN 1.VI.I1V l-OKT
hkiim Maim-, to I'i.ohipa to see that the
iw isenlorieil; and I am further in In
or ol a I'resideai wl,o will pul a man
ivitll II IIAVONliT AT l-VKKV IIAI.I.IIT IIOX.
lo see the provisions ol thill law en
ii-:nin of citv m-ikiui.h.
upt. Cluxion t'riteH That Child-
ren l-:nler ul Oitce,
Fiiitok Tim Citiuhn: I wish to an
noiincc the oH'iiiugof the public schools
ftbccilv next Monday, SeiK-cnilK'r 1.
ml to urge thai parents sec lo il that
their children enter on the hrst day ol
school or as soon thereafter ns possible.
Lists ol hooks will lie given on .Mommy,
and on Tuesday a full (lav's work will In
tone. II nil children will cittcrpiouiplly
we will lie lime to no goon worn
from the beginning. Hut if n large
number of children remain out for
wo or three weeks or more, such child
ren will be behind more or lessduimg the
entire year, und theclass which they en
ter will lie ketit hack, loosing many ol
the advantages gamed by prompt cnter-
nncc. rite urst nav is me time ior ciiim-
ren to enter. .No child should remain out
longer than the first week unless abso
lutely necessary. 1'. I'.Ci.axton,
Helpful lo M. H. Teachers).
The Young Men's Christian Assoeia-
ion have recently purchased some valu
able hooks for use of llihle students.
w hich will lie particularly helplul to simi
lar school teachers, anil liiciuaces where
helos on the Similar school lessons may
be loiiud, in the books which arc in the
library, are posted in the rooms weekly
The lo owing hooks will give light on
to-morrow's lesson: Ivntcring the King-
Iiiiii. Tunc, place, illustrations, etc. 1 c
linilH't's notes pages J.'I'.I, 240.
1. leans nml little cimuren rcioiioci s
notes p'lgiS 'so, m'. I , lioersneini .01. ...
pages :i.'IO, ;i:i 7 ; Sunday School Times,
w ...... .. , . . i.-.i I...:... i..t .
II. Seekinu eternal life I'cloulK't's
notes, pages 1'H, 212; Udcrshcim Vol
luiue a;i. .to.
III. What the young ruler lucked
I'cIouIh-I's notes, pages li4L, I'll; l-.ilcr-
lii-im Vol. 2. liage ill I.
IV. The reward ol service ivnersiicin
Vol. a, pages 343. 3 l-l; I'clouU'l's notes
iuiie 'J to.
"How to enter the kingdom" Sunday-
School Times, page fl'JO.
T.lcrnal Lite .Miturni law ill un
Spiritual world, pages 203, 2,10.
"Thev rebuked them" and "liusier lor
n camel lo go throng h needles eye" Sun
day School inr.-s page ii.'.'.
Ureal ljnd Hale.
On Wednesdny next it coniuicnccs. On
M.indnv nnd TuesdllT A IIUIuIhT of car
riages will be at the command ol the cm
icns nnd strangers free to show the proi
rt v. Moke vour order to Null Atkinson
& Son. From them you will olitntu a
"llluc rrinl" of the lots.
Turned on AkuIii.
From the Wllann Looking Olnsa.
A sweet and lovely and bewitching lit
lie maiden near the fair grounds nt Tar
Imro has sent its a sweet remcmlirnncc
vt's It was almost as sweet and as lord
us Her own pure neu, nun nn esipusue
perfume, like the sweet nnd delicious
odors of Iter own pure charms and witch
erics, flooded our senses with waves of
ravishing sweetness, nnu made us dream
in rapture ol heaven s own Inileless Pow
ers. Flowers nnd maidens!
And the sweet assurance thnt we are
not forgotten, but still remembered by
one so pure, to sweet, so lovely and so
angel-like as this precious little maiden,
for she looks ns if she was just sent down
from heaven above, to show us witchery
nnd tench us love yea when we are rc-nicmlH-rcd
by such a one, it tills our exis
tence with ii radiance ns pure nnd us
bright as the diamond like gleamings of
the crystal wilier s siinniesa now wnen
breaking in silveriest ripples Uki the
THE WRECK ON THE W.N. C.
fki-:nv of icxcitf.mfnt
Narrow KHcnpe or the FaaaenKer
Train, nw Reported by the
WiiyneMvllle "Courier" A MohbI
IflHlreHHliiK HlKht A I.lHt or the
One of the bloodiest wrecks that has
occurred on the Murphy division of the
V. N. C. railroad since the explosion of
Mr. Will James' engine on Valley river
took place Monday at 10.30 a. m. The
scene of the wreck w as three miles above
town. Till-ie were seven cars which wen
loaded withlogs. Fivccars were wrecked.
Another one broke loose and came by
Wnynesvillc at the rate of nlmut seventy-five
miles an hour. Il would have
run into the passenger train somewhere
lielow town had the 1ase"gcr train not
been four minutes late, and had not a
gentleman who was near the top heard
the passenger train coining. He made
good Sieed until he met it, and thus
inaav lives were saved.
The iienple at the depot were excited
huost into a I'renxy. I'hcrc were sev-
ral friends who were expected on the
loniing train. The tram had lclt t. lydc
nil nothing could be done but to await
patiently the development of things.
It was not long until riiinoriiiiuounccii
n awful wieek about three miles above
own. Doctors were siimnioiieo nnu vuc
train at last came and stood atthedepot
lurlv miniiles licloic leaving, uunug
II of this time men were tillering their
service, lint the men in charge would not
let them go and rescue the wounded. At
last thev concentrated and summoned
n couraoe enough to take three or lour
men to help remove the logs.
It was a slianicliil Disgrace io sec nun
Conlev. colored. Iving under a cur with
one leg cut almost oll'and caught by the
liter one. iileailinu una pegging ior ucip.
It was n frig hi fill sight. He was a col-
red man. but las blc was us dear us any
inan s. Then there lay Air. Joe Arnng-
nii over an embankment with one large
large log laving upon Ins foot. Another
log had rolled over bun and mashed hnn
ihnost to death. He could hardly plead
ir mercy, but was doing the best he
The accident was caused by the tram
running into a cow.
The men who hail licliied loan tne logs
were all on I he train. They iiimiH-d oh
as Is'St thev could Conlcy mid Arring-
ton were the wosl hit t. The others win,
were injured were Messrs. Tom Harrison.
nit niaslied ; John Jones, wuo is pcruupt
atnllv iiipiri il internally, I the train was
long iv.'ulnug the scene that Mr.
ones had to lie brought to town luirse-
back I li. II. ilimncvcut, hurtmlhcspine;
Inn Toinpson, had bis wrist thrown out
il place: J. V. Maliallv, nail ins mumo
mashed ; Koliert Maliallv, had his shout-
ler kiHiekid out ol place. l.onilenscii
from the Wavncsville Courier.
l ui t.iiT mi: ;oi nam.
Mr. A. M. Marshall, living seven mile's
1st of Knrh. im, w as fatally stricken with
paralysis, lie was 1 1 years 01 age.
Mrs. lletsy It 11 tier, of Little Coharie.
Sampson county, is dead, ageil aliout
sixtv-live years.' She has been sull'ering
with a en nar.
Mr. Frederick Matins, an esteemed
itizen ol Ihsmal township, Sampson
ountv, departed this life August 1A. IK-
was aliout 7S years of age.
Rock Steele, a well known photogrn-
iher of Slalesvillc, was found dead in his
lied. Mr. Steele was supposed to Is; con-
valcsciug from a long sk-I of typhoid
Mrs. L. I. I'lidcrwooil (nee Howard I
died at her home in Honeyeutls, Samp
son county, on the 2.'ld instant. She
was aged aliout 2.r years and has lieen
prostrated lor nearly n year with con
sumption. Mr. Kols-rt S. Lawrence died at bis
home in Ulin township Sunday niter-
noon, iigcd OS vears, and was buried
Monday nt Snow Creek 111 the presence
large assemblage of Iricnds and
neighbors. Slalesvillc Landmark.
Mrs. 15. II. 1 1. Sloan, of Caldwell's Sta-
linn, is dead. She was lite wuiow 01 me
late li. II. Ii. Sloan, was about ill years
I age, and leaves live children, .Mrs. Vt .
S Caldwell. Mrs. lie Armonil, Mrs. I)
W. Moves, Mrs. J. . Wcddo'gtuti anil
We arc sorry to have lo chronicle the
Icath of our two esteemed Iricnds, Col.
Chas. Cliiiard and Mr. liaiuel Weavil
Hot h were hurled last week, the lormcr
at Abbotts Creek of internal cancer, the
latter at Shady Grove ol paralysis. I,ex
m'I'mks or ctsi:jri:a:.
I ir. l'ctcrs. who recently returned from
Africa, has arranged to enter the German
Twenty persons were injured near (5ns-
gnw, Scotland, in a collision lietwecn a
tl'Clglll train 11110 passenger iiaiii.
The rumor of an extra session of con
gross in November is tboiighl lo have ni
Congress passed the resolution prohib
iting the erection of the Lafayette statue
ill Lalaycttc l ark.
Oflicial statements of the San Fran
Cisco's trial indicate that she islhc fastest
cruiser in the navy.
It is probable the Virginia legislature
will lie convened in extra session tarly in
A statue of Horace Greeley is being
erected in front of the Tribune olhcc
William A. Marks, a Hrondway mer
chant, received a thousand volts of dec
Incity bv accident and was not nine
Douglas Ross, aged 12 years, hns left
New York for the State of Washington
after having traveled extensively over the
The Nebraska Slate Prohibition Con
vention ado pud the usual resolutions
and nominated a full ticket, theciiuilitlutc
for lieutenant-governor being a colored
Mrs. Hannah Armstrong Wilcox, who
died iu VYintersct, In., and was buried ut
l'ctcrsburg, 111,, recently, was the mother
ol the man whom Abraham Lincoln
cleared of the charge of murder by the In
troduction of nn old nlmnnnc to disprove
the testimony of the State's witness.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
THAIlH MARK KB0I8TKRKD.
ABS0LU1ELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cure livery Variety or Headache
AND NOTHING BLBB.
Has earned lor itself
the enviuble rcputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the murkct for the
SK-edy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Huauaciik. The
immense favor which hut greeted it from
all (piartera, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once Iried il, will never
For its curative powers it docs not dc-ik-'iiiI
upon the subtle iulluences of such
poisonous drugs ns
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
cither ol these. Il is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can lie taken by
young and old without fcur or serious
results. It is nut a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The (Kvuliar nil vantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying aftcr-cfTccts,
as iu the cusc of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIRECTIONS POK I'BB.
The done for an udult la two teaapoonfula
in a wine glues of watrr. Uoac for children
proportion, according to age. la cither
ease the ilosc cun lie rcicated every thirty
niiiuca until a cure la effected. One doac will
nlwaya drive away an attack of Headache.
taken when hrst feeling the premonitory
syinoloma; but if the attack la well on, and
Ufa-ring la Intense-, the aceond or third doac
may lie required. I'aunlly a greater number
of ilosea ia required to criVct the Drat cure
than ia needed lor any aucveeding time there
after, showing that the medicine ia accumu-
alive in its clU-cta, tending toward an event
ual M.-nnaiu-iit cure.
Pur ante ut
46 48 H. MAIN STREET,
OpiHialte llnnk of Aabevllle.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
and Notions, Laco Curtains,
Table Linens, Towels, Na
kins, loiinlci'iiniies, vtnito
Goods, and liiiilii-oideries ait
prime cost. All Domestic
(ioods, including: I'rido of tlio
West, Wnnisuttu, Fruit of
Loom, 14 Cottons and 10-4
Sheeting's at prime cost.
We call special atU'ittioii
to our laruc stuck of Lm-
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go ut
prime cost. Ladies' Musliu
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
at unusually low prices.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sale.
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