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J Asheville Daily Q tizen
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I FOR ! JT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
. FOR 8ALE-
Not exceeding three line,
One Time, 20 cent. Three Time., 60 cent.
Six Time, 76 cent.
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE.
as-. PF.R BIIKDHKtt
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. ioi.
A pliiee planned aud devel
oping? Ha u
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A rwtfion noted for heulth
hiliiess ami beauty of
An tWntion of H.HOO U
It in lieiiiK laid out with
timto and skill, with wll
Kiadwd roads and oxtensivo
A diwablo place for fine
A Rood opportunity for
profitable investnu'iits. I'm-
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, tINYILLE IMPriOVtMtNT CO.,
LliivlII, Mitchell Co., N. .',
CHIiVlOT. SAT15HN AND
FLANNKL RIIIKTS Jt'ST
IN. LA 1)1 US' HLAZBR8,
SHIRT WAISTS t CHIM
30 SOUTH MAIN STKliliT.
ii . MAIN HT.. A8IIIIVILLB,
la riia riACM run
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
View and SkctchcH,
, ir ! d
wi.Triirowrir w. W. waT
GVYII & WEST,
(uaaora to Walter B.Owya) '
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Lniii Secarcly Maeed at
Notary Public. Conealaaloaera oltMeda,
OFFICK-aoutheaal Court acjeuaro,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loana a urely placed at prreeut.
nffli-r.: 84 m an Pattoa An Second floor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wnulda't buy timber landa, mineral prop-
ertlea or Aaheville Krai Batata t
Then call on aa, Horatio, and we will give
thee thy money'a worth. .
We can aril thea a houee lot, lead the. ehck
el. to arret a dwelling thereon, and Inaurr
the aam. In any PI re tnauranea Company
doing huelneee In thl State.
OWe ua a call, Horatlol
RuAl ESTATE AND INSURANCE SnOKERS.
hoobm 10, McAfee Blck
a Pattoa Ar.., Aalwrltta, M, C.
"A IIIKu IN HAND
I. better thu an orerdrmit la the Bank."
But the beat or all la to buy your Groceries,
Provlaiona, Feed, ., from
A. D. COOPER,
Corner Main and College Htrecla. Prices
low and every thing aa repn acnted or
Two aeciiud-hanri wagon for Mile cheap.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts.
Blankets, and other uoods
for cooler weather has justj
hiKiii received. Plasterers
White Overalls and Jackets,
NurtW Caps and Aprons.
The largest lot of Cliennsj,
(iowns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
KooiIh, cheucr than you can
get t he material and make
them. Stockings 111 colors
and I'iinI, lihuk, Wool, Me-
lino, Cotton, ijisie inreuu,
. . . nt 1
iind Silk, from 10cts.to2
a pair. All Kinds 01 uress
1 a t H V
Triiimiings, Huttons, Lin
ings. &c; in fact our Htock of
everything niHHled to use or
to wear for Men, Hoys, Chil
dren orLadioH is well nigh
INTfflft, ho that your WANTS
from the collur to the garret
can be filled at our store nt
prices away lielow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
F. A. GRACE.
I Formerly of Lymaa Child I,
Office No. 1 Icg-al Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BnaineM
Loaaa aceuKly placed at per cent.
(Huceeeeora to Balrd Rictor.)
No. North Main Street
Have a full atoek of everything to be uaed In
mmlllea la the way ofcatab'ea. All freah and
of beat quality. W. aak oar Menda and the
public generally to aall and aec ua. Batlrac
tlnn guaranteed. All gooda delivered la the
city llmlta. Preen country produce a ape'
yitM. at. KINO,
OF THE ENOINEER CORPS, U. S. N.,
la located In Aabevllle aad will (iractlce
braughtlna of aay deacrlptloa a apednlty,
p, . hoi via,
Go to Carmichaers Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all timeH
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, a.nd at
low prices. 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. Three registered
prescription ists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
Lots and lots of
New floods for Au
tumn just m:eived.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer (Joods
in order to close them
A large discount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepts!) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRT GOODS. SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
79 PATTON AVIS
ALLAN'S PINE NEEDLE CI6ARS,
CIGARETTES AND SMuKINQ TOBACCO.
Use the Pine Needle Cigars for a de
lightful smoke nnd speedy relief for In
fluenza, Acute and Chronic Catarrh,
Clergyman'! Sore Throat, Hay I'evcr,
Asthma and all Bronchial diseases. Com
bining the full aroma of the Yarn to
bacco, imparting to the taste and breath
a pleasant effect, and by the introduction
of pine needlea the nicotine or poisonous
properties of tobacco are destroyed, not
only rendering their use free from injury,
but with positive benefit to the con
sumer. Hi t R lUi.i.. N. l .Mnv 0. lHH'.l.
Pine Needle Cigar Company, Freehold,
New Jersey :
Gentlemen : I am desirous of express-
sing my most sincere thanks, and exulted
opinion of your rMne Needle Cigars as a
remedy lor nnsai voinr.-n ann iironcni
tis, both of which troublesome discuses I
have suffered with for nenrly two years,
and experienced no relief until had the
oond fortune ol lenrninu of vour most
valuable remedy. Since their use 1 have
received marked relief and consider my
self entirely cured. 1 also might state
that I received no unpleasant effect while
inhaling the anove named remedy.
Your rcspectiuiiy, ioa yvaooniik.
Manufactured by Pine Needle Cigar to,
l-'rrrhii III. New Irrsev.
Por sale hv T.C.SMITH tic CO.. whole
sale and retuil druggist, Public Square,
Asheville, N. C.
EMORY i HENRY COLLEGE
The pninta of .pedal attraction nre,
Ita Unrivalled Location and tUaullful
Thorough Collegiate Courae and Modern
Large Library and unequalled Literary
Young Mcn'a Christian Aaaorlntlnn and
Freedom from Templatloa I
Magnificent Gymnasium and thoroughly
Attractive Boarding llouera and Wonder-
nil Health Record I
Pine Pledpllne and HrllKtnua Tone
And the entire rcaaonnlilrncaa of Ua tcrnia
Mend for new and enlarged cntnlngue to
RBV. JAMBS ATKINM.
INSURE TOUR PROPERTT WITH
E. J, ASTON,
Ciencral I Innurance i Affcnt.
Rear No. un South Main atrect.
Aaheville, N. C
a tbaciirr op piano,
Punlla received at nu Bailey atreei. aeai
dance TT Charlotte .tract,
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
KNATOR BLAIR ACH'aKU OF
EXTEND TRADE RELATIONS
THH TARIFF BII.I. AOAIN I P
IN THE SKNATF..
Washington, ScptemlKr 1. In Hit
senate todny SenntorBlnir nskev wheth
er a motion to adjourn would lc in or
der. Thi is "lubor dny," he said, and
should be univcranlly observed. He
thought that the senate which worked
16 hours a dny instend of 8 oufflit to do
honor to the occasion by an adjourn
ment. Senator Hoar said labor dny ttftiuM lie
better honored by lcKislution on the
Ix-hulf of laborers.
"Very well," said Mr. Hlair, in ac
quieaencc, "there arc four labor bills that
hove been sent over by (he house of rep
resentatives. 1 would Ik very (.'lad to
have them acted on by the senate,"
"I desire," said Mr. Hoar, "to Kcml
the day in legislation that will raise the
"1 iive notice to the senator in clinrKe
of the tarill bill," said Mr. Hlair, "that 1
will nsk the unanimous consent of the
senate to jivc precedence to the consid
eration ol labor bills lliul have been sent
to us by the house representatives. TIuk
is labor day nnd there is an unusual de
sire to do aomctliliiL' lor lubor."
Senator Aldrich objected to nnv fur
ther buncmnlicBiicechcsnnd asked the pre
siding officer to enforce the rules.
The prcsuliiiK ameer, senator ui!aiis.
thcreiiiHin rciucstcd the senator I'rum
New IIamphire to observe the rules nnd
refrain Iron) ilcbate.
Senator Sheruian unve notice of an
amendment which he proposed tooffcrto
Mic tarill lull looking towaril reciprociiy
with the Dominion of Camilla ineoaland
toward extending trade relations Iwt ween
Canada mid the United Stales.
The tariff bill was then taken up, the
inestion lieing us to wool and woolen
varus, to which the finance cnmiuiltct
liuil rriMirtcd an amendment increasiti):
the dmv ner pound from twice to twf
and half times the duty imposed on un
washed wool ol the lirsl i-HMK. Acmitoi
I'addock addressed the senate.
BKAIII, AND HM'll'KOtiTY.
Mhe Ih WIIIIiir- to eta Boniellilim
For Free Mutrnr.
Washington, September 1. The reci
procity amendment to the tariff bill, re
Hirtcd from the finance committee Inst
u-.'plc. wns reeentlv the subject of an in
terview between Senator Aldriclwiud Mr.
Mendoncn. the Brazilian envov on a
special mission to the linitcd States.
Mendonca said the nmendnicnt wns
satisfactory to Brazil and that she would
be the first country to make concessions
to the United Stntes in return lor the re
moval of the duty on suuiir. He said his
government would not only remove the
duty on inrm products cxporira in mi un
united Slates out would iioiiiii irer
United Stntes nuricultmal implements
and machinery ami railroad ciiiipmpnt
and supplies, including railroad iron.
Brazil would also, he said, make n re
duction of nt least 25 icrceiit in the du
ty on cotton, leather goods and clothing
from the United States.
t'NDKR Ol'R FI.Ai.
A Nice Little Point In liHcriiMtlon.
Wasmincton, ScptcmlKT 1. The State
department lint taken measures to secure
the full particulars of the shooting of
Gen. Ilnrsundia on board the American
vessel lying in Port San lose by the ol-
ficers ol the Guatemalan government.
A case involving the identical principle
with that involved in the shooting of
(k-n. Barundia occurred in Nicaraugn in
1SH5, and in that ense Secretary Bayard
informed our minister toCcnlral America
thnt the Nicnrnugnn government hud a
riuht to take n man wanted from on
board nn American vessel, provided she
were in Nicarnugan wuters.
Killed In m Railroad Wreck.
Paris. Seutemlier 1. A train wns
thrown from the track nt Arrcncs, dc-
nnrtniciit of Creuse, to-dny. Seventeen
enrrtnges were wrecked and several Jicr-
sons were killed or injured.
A Town Burned.
Iowa City. In.. Seutemlier 1. I'irelnsl
niuhl nlmoat totally destroyed the town
ol Oxfird, west of this city. The lire was
undoubtedly Incendiary. Loss estimated
ut Irom $afi,nm to $50.1100.
It is nn open secret that the republican
nn counting uiondcniocrnticindiffcrcncc
and nbstcntion from voting this year,
They will work through the negro
preachers as much us they can. Wilming
By the agreement between the Haves
and Molt factions, by reason of which
the hatchet is iust now buried, Knves
to recommend J. C. Priichnrd for col
lector, and n committee is to goto Wash
ington and ask the President to nominate
Ancnt the nrtii le in the Charlotte News
about Vance's silk sash, Col. Knnkinsnys
thnt Vance did don the dude garb early
in the season. One tiny lac saw Tom
Kecd coming into the capitol with n sash
around his waist. Vance nt once look
ofl h i sash, buttoned on lns"uallowaea.'
nnd lins never since hud any use fur the
Pitt countv hud an enthusiastic demo
cratic convention nt Greenville. TJic fol
lowing nominations were made: Senate
W. R. Williams; house, Col. Hurry Skin
ner and J. C. Cox; clerk, H. A. Moye
sheriff, J. A. K. Turner; register, I). H
Imira! treaaurcr. John Flunaunn. Sena
tor Williams on accepting the nomination
snid: "1 nm a Vance man; he will put
such amendments to the auh-trensury
bill ns to make it constitutional; then we
will nil be for him i we nre for him any
how." A resolution endorsing Vance
was unanimously adopted.
THF, HCHOOIJa ARB OPKNKIt,
Full Atteiidnnce-The Ninth Grade
-Hecond Hand Mcnool Books.
The public schools 0icned to-day wi:h
a full attendance. The following organ
izations have been made:
Orange street school 15. I'. Mnngum
principal; teachers in the hall, Mr. C. A.
Webb, Mrs. T. W. branch, and Mrs. L.
Miss M. Lanier has the third grnde
and Miss M. Halvburton the second.
Miss Kntie Milliard has charge of the
first division of the first grade and Miss
M. Sinclair, the second division of the
Miss A. Moore is drawing teacher and
Miss I'loru Whillock music teacher.
Their work includes both schools.
At the Academy street schools 12. It.
Lewis is principal, Miss Louise Webb
tencher of the fourth grade, Miss S.
Hatch the third, Miss S. Ycatman the
Miss M. Duke has charge of the first
grade and included in this grade arc Mrs.
lilla Brown, first division ol first grade,
nnd Miss M, Mills, second division of
About twenty pupils are readv to en
ter the ninth grade which is bi-iiu; organ
ized. Second hand school books wilt he
changed at the schools, und prices given.
llurhHiu In Alive.
The Durham Consolidated Land nnd
Improvement company has Iktii organ
ized with one million dollars cnpilal.
The officers nre; President, J. S. Carr,
president of Black well Tobacco company ;
vice-president, A. B. Andrews, second
vice-president ol the Richmond mid llnu
villc railnind; secretary nnd treasurer,
K. II. wriuht. a wealthy and primiicr-
ous man; general manager, John Yancey,
r an exiwricnecu and kiiccckhiui opera
tor in real estate.
The Consolidated comiwiuv has bought
the landiof the llurh-im Land and Secu
rity company, .Mini acres; the West lur
hnm Land eompnnv, ystl acres; the lin
terprise Land and Trust company, C
acres, in nil, Htf acies of land Ivinn
partly within and partly without the
The company will erect extensive inan-
ufnctniinu cstalihshinems. Among the
ntcrprises projeeled are one or two cot
ton mills, n kuillin mill, a plug tobacco
factory, a roller Hour mill ami storage
At convenient and conspicuous points
in thccilv, til cnipnuy willciccln hotel
it a cost ol $fill,lioil and a . .M.I.. A.
iiiihhnu at a io-i ol oimi. 1 hese
,nd other iiuprovcinents will reiiuire nn
mitlav of IFIiilO.ooil, mul will Ik- coin-
iletcd within eicliucii moulhs irom tins
laic. llui'linm I.IciIk-.
Two young men had u boxing m.-iteh
in good em nest to-day, on the corner ol
I'liiton avenue and .Mam street, iiiieoi
ihe coinbaianls had his head knocked
llirougllii plate glass window nod was
-lit: lit I v cut hv the glass. Aside from that
not much harm was done.
THI-: KKl'OHII umoki-:n.
ThlN Appear lo toe Ml'relty iootl
Year lor It.
!siii:i'i;nm:nih. town. Si-ntcmlKT 1.
Alabaster nnd Koy Wilkes each lowered
the record Saturday. Alabaster broke
the 4-year-old stallion record, making u
mile in 2. 1 0. Koy Wilkes was sent to beat
his record of 'i.ll'.l, and broke another
world's record, making n mile in LMlS'i.
Nkw York. Scplcinlier 1. The value
f the urent futurity slakes, won by Au
gust Belmont's colt Potomac was very
THIS MHAXS IU SI.XLSS.
ferTShitimrnls ol siimnc from Littleton
so far this season amount to nlHiut 4(HI,
lny"A furniture Inctory, with n capital
stock ol $10,1.00, has begun oK-rntion
teiY'The Carolina Veneer works has
just shipiH-d two more ear loads of but
ter dishes. Clinton Caucasian.
hoTMr. E. L. Hnuuhton's new roller
mill lit Chatham will soon In-completed,
and will lie a great convenience, la-iug
the only one in thul county.
(nTWintton is to have another big leaf
fnetorv. to lie erected by Messrs. II. L.
Kiuuins nnd Prank t.orrell, who have
formed n copartnership to deal in Icnf to
srin'rof. Ileal has stripped n large nnd
hrnulilul bed ol talc nt Marble Creek,
three miles up the river. He savs there
sn-ms to lie an inexhaustible bed of it.
toTC. C. n ndc, ol Trov, lins some
beniitilul snccimrns of slate taken from
his ipiarry, on tnc west nans oi me i ce
IK'C river, fiiHillt ciglll muen rnsi i ni
bemarlc. The qtiidity ol this slate is ex
BMTThcrc is n strong probability of
the buildiuii of a new cotton mill in Kal
cigh wry soon. It is positively known
thnt lour capitalists nave sunscriocii
$10,000 each lor nun puriioue. nunc
teiTA Littleton dispnlch snvs: The
eelebrnted Pnnncen Siiriniis nropcrtv
has been sold to n syndicate composed
of Capt. JohnG.Wilhnms, Gregory I law
kins nnd others. The price paid wns
fcYTlie North Winston Land and I in
nroveineiit company is a new one. It
e bnekeil hv P. M. Wilson. K. J. Key
nolds. nnd I. L. I'nltersoil, of Winston,
nnd T. R. Purnell. of Knlcigh, with a enp-
Rd)r"People outside of the Twin Citv
have invested in dillcrcnt ways here lo
the amount of a million dollars nnd that
wit Inn the past six months. This can be
oroven by stubborn figures, if nccessnry
Yt inaton iinuy.
aaSTTlie Wadcshoro Brown Stone Com
pany sliiptcd stone to the following
points Iu one week recently : Richmond,
Norfolk and Danville. Vn Cheraw, mul
Columbia, S. C, Asheville nnd Stntes
villc, N. C, and lo Atlanta, Uu.
paTThe foundation of the Monroe cot
ton mills, Monroe, has been laid, nnd
twenty-five workmen are employed In
building it. The main building is .'UiOxNil
fret, nnd the eontrnctnni snv they will
have the mnchlnccy in place nnd rendy
for work by lecember.
WTMr. H. W, Cobb, the enterprising
leaf tobacco dealer, hue bought the cor
ner lot mat south of St. Bnrnabas Kpis-
copul church, nnd will at once commence
the construction of n large brick plug
tobacco Inctory. The building will lie
flOxliO feet, and live storks high,
HE HAD SOME STOCK.
AN OHIO KKPI'BMCAN I'.X.
i'osi;n in tiii; hknati-:.
He Ale of the Hlolen I'lii Bill
TIioukIiI Hlniiteir Well tuHllfled
lo Nil In JudKiueiit on Ihe Thief.
Wasiii.nc.ton, Si-ptcmlier 1. In the
house to-day Mr. Stoekbridgc, of Mary
land moved to stisieud the rules und
pass the bill providing for government
inspection of mines in the territories.
Mr. Cooper, of Indiana, rising to a
tjueslion of privilege, stated that one of
the charges made in the resolution of
fered by him for the investigation of the
commissioner of cnsions win that the
commissioner was selling stock in n re
frigerator company to employes m the
iwnsion ulhce. He had in vain attempted
to obtain the names of the stockholders
in the company. To-day he had learned
that one of the members of the investi
gating committee, M. L. Smyser, ol
Ohio, was one of the stockholders. Mr.
CooH.-r therefore ollercd a resolution dis
charging Mr. Smyser Irom the commit
tee nnd directing i-.e sicnkcr to appoint
Mr. Smvser, of Ohio, said that the
ptesliou which the committee was ap-
loiutcil to luvcstiimtc was whether the
commissioners had promised employers
position unoer 111111 ior mc reason iiiai
they liecamc stockholilcrs ill the refriger
ator company. There was no reason in
his (Smysirl liciug a stockholder thai
would aflect his nhilitv to divide whether
Mr. Katun's official conduct hud been
wrong or not.
Mr Outhwaite, of Ohio, was surprised
that any gentleman of honor und integ
rity should raise any ipiestion as to the
propriety ol the gentleman from Ohio im
mediately withdrawing Iruni the com
mittee. Mr. Stnvscr snid he did own some ol
the slock, but that fact ill no inanuei
could ullect his iulegrity or honor. Hon
si men and Ins Irieuds would never im
pute to him a waul of honor or want ol
vicioi m imi;miahikh,
Another Altenipl lo Burn Menntor
San Francisco, September 1. Daly tin
vigilance of the hostler lit Senator Stan
lord's 'jig ranch at Mcnlo Park lust night
prevented n fire which would have U-enn
rcM'titioniiflbchigfircnf throe ycarsngo,
in which more than n dozen young trot
ter and runnel's were killed.
About !l o'clock Unities were seen in
I .(Hill oaks ol straw near tnc main sin-
By Ihe liyhl ol the burning straw two
men were seen running, hut the dflugci
was so pressing that llk'y could not Ik
followed though the Chinese tired two
shots at them.
When the men got out the tire host
lhe found a big knot tied iu the middle
to make it useless. The tire was eonlmcd
to the stable, but the loss on the building
was $ 7,oiMI.
THIS l I.AHOK ll.IV.
With xtnHt of i Ml'.very Bay la l.n.
Boston, Septemlicr 1. To-day is lulsir
day. The labor organizations in and
around Boston arc celebrating it in the
same general manner ns in previous
venrs. 1 lie day is n legal holiday and
all business is siisk'uiUiI. The parade
wns the largest thai lias ever uecn seen
on this day; lll.oilll K-rsona partici
pated. Heady lo Jump.
IIkri.in, ScptcmlKT 1. The iniieriul
yacht Hohcnzollcrn had n very stotinv
onssaireon returning from Kussia. The
vi-Mst-l iiiirrtiu-lv cseniH.-d collision with n
light ship and her deck houses anil stnn
elieons were- damnucd. The ciiiiktoi
niiiuiiicd on divk dining the worst of the
IIohUmi and Ml. I.ouIh.
Wasiiixuton, August III. The census
dice lo-d.-iv annoiinevd the result ol the
count ot p ipiilution in the following
cities: St. Louis. KlO.n.iT. ml lucrciiM'
during tlu 'census is-noil of otl,s;t'.i, or
;il.:i4 lr will; lloston, 4fO,.iOT, 111
elcuse Kl.tiliS, or '.M.tlll a-r cent.
St. Lot is. SentcmlKT 1. Most of the
Southern liiiiiaix a reHirt heavy impiiries
lor iron, mill grades isccially, ami large
sale at lull pines.
.W-7'.IA'N ('' I'd.V.SiMfi'.Vc;.
Since March .'In. HI'," Chicnuochimiicys
have Ikvii slopiicd from smoking: .I'.'.i ol
the owners nnd lo lie proaccuicd, inn
only sixly-tive permitted their stuniHirn
ness to result in the infliction of the inn
Alexander Litdnig Phillipsrii, a Dune
who was arrested at the New York Barge
olliee on suspicion ol lieing the murderer
of Mrvrr. whom. Itodv was found ill n
barrel of cement, tins surd the oflieiuls
who held him lor $1'0,oini damages,
Improvements, esiecinllv railroad con
struction, in Colorado isgrcally retarilci
IhroiiL'h the inability of Ihecompiinirs l
secure labor. The Unverand Kiolirniidr
officials sny they could give einploj mcnl
to from A.oilO to N.lHiO men on new
works nt $2 er day.
Mr (hiilsloiir snvs that Dr. liolliugrr
lender ol tnc old Catholic party, and Car
dinal Newman were two ol llic most re-
mnrknblc men of theeonleniMirar.v Chris
A bomb exploded ill Ihe doorwny of
the police headipiarlers nt Trieste, Aus
tria, Thursday night. Another bomb
with the fuse burning was found in the
railway station in time to prevent w lint
might have iKvn a drrndlul eiitiistro lie
The ominibtis soul hern war claims bill
which enrrirs nboiit $51111,000 has
The mil nbircl of of the lidniunils reso
liilion lor a nvrss of congress until No
v. iuIkt 1 0, is thought to lie the proposcil
reassembling of congress for the pnaangr
ol the lore lull, hut there is little likeli
hood of the passage ol the resolution.
Our venerable townsman, Mr. Dnvid
Turner, who is Mil years old, is rrmnrkn
lily well preserved. Por several days
past he tins been In his corn field pulling
fodder ns Industriously ni a man mnny
yeurs younger. ritlslHjro Kecoru,
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADB MARK KEOI8TBRHD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY 8URE AND
Cures livery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING ELS J,
Has earned ior itself
tion of lieing the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief aud cure of every variety of
that common trouble, MiiAUACHK. The
immense favor which hua greeted it from
all iuurtcrs, proves its true merits nnd
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will never
l-'or its curative (towers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
iwisouous drugs ns
CHLOKAL AND COCAINli,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is nut a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stoniuch, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The icculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
liable us a cure for any kind of head
ache without rcsiect to cause leaving
uu unpleasant or unnoying after-effects,
as in the ease of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
he most Mipular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
in ructions for usu.
The iIiinc lor an adult la two tea.poonfula
in a wine gins of water, lioae for children
n proiHirtion, uccunling to age. In either
:uc the dose can lie repealed every thirty
ininucs until a cure la cneetcd. Une done will
nlwaye drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when lirst feeling the premonitory
-miilouia; hut if the attack ia well on, and
uttering I. luti-iiK, Ihe second or third dose
may lie reiiuirrd. t'aually a greater aumtier
if doM-a is required to cnVct the first cure
Ihun ia needed lor any auccreding time there
fti-r, showing that the medicine la accumu
lative In its eilrcts, trading toward an event
ual K-rntfincnt cure.
Por sale at
CHANT'S rilARMAC Y.
46 48 8. MAIN 8TREUT,
Opposite llank of Aaheville.
Dry CJooiIs, rmicy (SuoiIh,
niiil Notions, Iiiico CurtaiiiH,
LiiiciiM, TowuIh, Nil i-
kins, l ounlcriuiiios, wnuo
mul I'niliroidciifH at
niiiif cost. All Doiut'slic
iiiiitls, ini'liitliii; I'litlo oflho
West, YViiiiisulta, Fruit of
liooni, 1-1 Cottons and 10-4
Sliit'tiiiK's at priino cost.
Wo call HjMi'ial atU'iition
to tun lartrt stork of rm-
liniitlt'i y ami Knit (inn Silk,
Zt'pliyrs, Wools, Silk nnd
Outline Work. All jro at
priiiit' cost. Latlii's' Muslin
riuli'rwpar at post, Kid
(ilovos, Hosiery and Ribbons
nt unusually low in-ircw.
Lit diet) will huvo money by
attpiiding thin special solo.
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