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Asheville Daily Citizen.
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VOLUME VI. NO. 108.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
opiiiK GREAT RESORT.
Situate I in tiho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
iuIiichb iiml beauty of
An elevation of :i,N(H feet,
It in being laid out with
ttmte und ski,!, with woll
graded rojwls and extoiiriive
A dcnirablo place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investment. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llmrllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
SPELLNAN'S HATS. ENGLISH HATS $3.
30 South Main St.
NEW FALL, GOODS
aa a. main bt.. ashbvillb.
M TNI N.ACB POI
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
"View and Sketches.
REAL ESTATE. '
WtLTII B. OWVN, W. W. Wkiit,
GVYN & WEST,
IBucceaaor. to Waller B.Owyn)
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Bcctirclj Placed at
. Per Cent. .
Notary Public. Commleeioner. of Dead..
OPFICK aoaitfacma Court ao. ware.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wonldt't buy timber land., mineral prop
ertlca or AahcYllle Real Batate t
Then call on u., Horatio. an we will give
thee thy money', worth.
W. can Mil thee a houae lot, lend thee shek
cl.to erect a dwelling thereon, and in.urc
the name In anv Pi re Inaoranee Company
doing bneinee. In thl. State.
Olve ui a call, Horatio I
. JKNKS Jfc JRNKS, '
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Roomti Jk 10, McAfee Block.
9 Patton At... Aahrvlll. N. O.
F. A. GRACE.
Three are the brand, of our beat FLOUR,
the flncat of the fine, the beat of all, and I.
csiwclally recommended to those dolling the
whileat and purest bread. In fact It la the
crenin of ull the wheat aklmmed off Into
Wc nro have other brand and grade., and
can furnlah a good family flour aa low a.
Stl.00, having aecurcd a lot before passing
Into the hands of spcculntors.
A. D. COOPER.
Two Ncvtind-hRtitl wngnm fur sale vhrnit.
fiS THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts.
ItlankctH. and other goods
for cooler weather lias just
been received. IMnsterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps und Aprons
The largest lot of Cheniis?,
Gowns and Underwear to be
found in the city, Home fine
goods, chcu,er than you can
get the material and make
them. Stockings in . colors
and Fast lllack, Wool, Mo-
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
nnd Silk, from lOcts. to $2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, lluttous, Lin
ings, &-.', in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
perfect, bo that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can be filled at our store at
prices away Im'Iow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan. m. urely placed at per cent.
H k M Pattoa Avenue Second floor,
( Formerly of Lyman A Child t,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BnalncM
Loan, accarely placed at ntr cent.
That large hoarding honae on Patton ave
nue, fronting Battery I'ark, 14 room., well
haded ground., Anc view, locntlon central.
W. T. WKAVUK,
erp3-at P. O. Boa SHI, A.hevllle. N. C.
WM. R. KINO,
OF THE ENOINEER CORPS, tf S. N.,
I. located In Aahevlllc and will practice
Draughting of any dracrlptlon a specialty.
r. ii. no. udu.
(io to Cariniehael'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 prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to lie found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assuml that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will lie charged a
low price. Three registered
prcscriptionists ready to
serve you at all horn's. Night
(rails promptly answered
No. so Mouth Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
79 PATTON AVE
Scarr'H Fruit Preservative
for keeping fresh fruits, to
matoes, com, &c, without
the uuo of scaled or air-tight
cans. Fruit juice, cider,
can be perfectly preserved by
using this powder. Theonly
co re required is to select good
sound fruit, not too riie,
then follow directions. This
powder is very cheap, and
the canning very little
trouble erfeetly harmless.
Koch package preserves 20
pounds of fruit or .'10 pints
of fruit juice. 23 cents er
package, 5 packages, for one
dollar. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists. DO YOU KNOW
A koihI thing when you nee It t If no call nt
POWELL & SNIDER'S .
And ciamlne their Ane aaaortment of I'rrnch
Crackers, ronalatlng In part of
I'anry Tea Cake.,
Theae are absolutely freah and nice
Oooda. Wc alio desire to call your atten
tion to our well aelccicd atock of FANCY
UROCKRIItS), of which we make a aim-tally.
We are offering Bid BAROAINH In Htaplc ns
well aa Fancy Urorerlra, a large proportion
of which w. are constantly rem wing direct
from the manufacturer. Thl. Insures you
perfectly freah and wholeanme good, nt
price, that we guarantee to be aalow aa they
can be bought In any market.
Cor, Pattoa Avenue and Mala Btreet.
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
WIND lt OP DKBATK ON THI
REPUBLICANS VOTE A LITTLE
A RKCIPROCITV 1MKNDMKNT
Wasiiinc.tipn, Sept, (I. In the mnntc
to-ilajr the houae bill to extend for two
yen the redemption of school farms in
Btaufnrt county, S. C. passed and the
tariff bill was taken up the pending
(uestinn beinfi' on Senator Gibson's
amendment to reduce the suartest from
HO degrees by polarisi-oi to 76 decrees.
Senator Bdmunds impiired whether the
understanding made as to voting on the
amendments without debute would pre
vent a senator in offering an amendment
from stating, not to occupy more than
two or three minutes, its object or
whether it would prohibit the asking or
the answering of n uetion.
Tl.e presiding officer I Senator lugiills)
said: "Unless the chair be otherwise ill'
slrtictcd by the senate he will hold that
the understanding is that, hegining with
the consideration of the hilt this morning
tin1 action of senate will be without de
bate; anil that asking or unswering nil
initiry would be debate, and is therefore,
Senator l-'diniinds: "I do not think
that it ought to lie that way, but I can
bear it as well as the rest."
Senator (iihson offered two other
amendments to the sugar section which
Senator Carlisle moved to strike out
of the sugar section all the paragraphs
relating to a bounty. Rejected ; yeas U.'l ;
navs.'ir a party vole.
Senator tiibson moved to strike out
the sugar section and to substitute for it
the sugar clauses of the Mills bill. Re
jected ; yeas '.Ti ; nays .'l.r.
Senator Hustis moved to insert in the
provisions in the sugar schedule that (i
iwinntv alinll nmilv to nil stiinr oroiliiccil
in IH'.ll). Rejected.
Senator Fnseo moved to ninenil the
paragraph relating to oranges bv fixing
siKciul rates for oranges imported in De
cember, January, I'ebrimry or March.
Senator Puuh stated that he hnd Ik-cii
recorded erroneously in the vote on bides
Inst Friday, lie hnd voted in the nega
tive, not in the affirmative.
Senator t lormon moved to reduce the
duty on bichromate nndchromnteof mi
ash front 3 to v cents per tiouud. Re
Senator Aldnch moved to insert a pro
viso thnlinipnrtcd merchandise deposited
in any public or private bonded ware
house prior to August 1, 18(10, mny Ih
withdrawn for consumption at any time
prior to November 1, IHUo, on payment
of the duties in force prior to luv passage
of this act.
Senator Plumb ns a stibstitute for Sen
ator Aldrich's amendment the proviso
that goods on bnnd nt the time of the
taking effect of this act may be with
drawn therefrom at any time within one
yeur from thai dale on payment of the
duties existing nt the time of tliririiitior
tntion. Rejected yens 'JH, nnys .'I I-,
Senator Cmrmnn moved to insert in
Senator Aldrich's nmcndiiicnt the :i"lh
of Sctteml)cr for the 1st of August, Re
senator riumii moven to insert inc isi
of January 1S instead of the 1st of
November lH'JO. Rejected.
Senator Aldnch amendment was
agreed to ; veus :t'J, nnys 27.
Senator Aldrich then moved on lichnlf
of tlic ciimtniltcr, the reciprocity uimnd
nicnt proKsed by him ScptemU'r 1, and
acerntcfl with n verbal niodificilion of it
suggested by Senator Hoar.
Senator f.varts moved an n suiistituic
for it an Htncmlmcnl pi'iKcd by him nt
last uiglit's session and which merely di
rects the president to communicate the
diets to congress. Rejected yens, i!M;
iwivs, .Ml.. All the desjiocrntsvolcl in the
affirmative na did also Senators Oolph,
l.varts and snndcrs, republicans.
Senator Hilmunds nlso moved n modi
fication of Rcntttor Aldrich's amendment
in a similnr sense mid it was ri-jccted
yeas, tl; nays, D'.l, The six athrniutivc
votes were given oy senators v.amenin,
Davis, liilnnmils, I'ryc, i'nddwk and
Senator Edmunds moved to strikeout
of Senator Aldrich's amendment the
words "on and alter July 1, IHtll." Ke
jeeted -yens 1), nays 34.
Senator dray moved as a substitute
for Senator Aldrich's amendment a sec
lion directing the president without fur
ther legislation to declare the ports ol the
I'nited States free and open to all pro
ducts of any country of the American
hemisphere iiHn wiucn no exHri iiuiics
are imMscd, whenever, and so long as
the government of such country admit
ted to parts tlicrcol, tree oi an natural,
provincial, municipal and other taxes,
flour, corn meal, preserved meats, fish,
vcL'ctnhles. rice, luitilx-r. agricultural inv
plcments, machinery, vessels, or Imnts ol
iron, steel or wood, products of the
t'nited States. Rejected by a party vote;
vens 2(1, nnvs 38.
Senator Aldrich's amendment wnsthen
adopted; yeas 37; nays 3H. It rends
Hint with a view to secure reciprocal
trade with the countries producing the
following articles, mid for this pnrixisc
mid niter the first day of July lHltl,
whenever the president shall lie satisfied
thnt the government of any country
producing mid cxKirting sugars, mo
lasses, coffee, ten mid hides, taw and un
eurcd, or tiny of such articles, itnmscs
duties or other exactions uion the
agricultural or other products of the
United States which, in view of
the free introduction of such sugar,
molasses, coffee, ten nnd hides into the
United States, be may deem to be re
ciprocally unequal and undrfinnhlc, he
snail nnve I nwer, nmi it .nan uenia oucy
to susKiid, by proclamation to that ef
fect, the provisions ol this act relating to
tnc tree intronuctioii oi such .ugnr, niu
In.sea. colfrr. ten and hides, the oroduc
tion of such eountrv. for such time ns be
shall deem lust and, and in such ense and
during such stisKn.iott, the duties
shall be levied, collected nnd payed
uion the sugar, molasses, coffee,
tea and hides, the product of,
or exported from such deaiginated
country as follows, namely : All sugars
not above No. 13, uutcn smncinru in
color, shall pay it duty on their polnn
scopic list as folllowi, namely ; All su
gars not above No. 18, Dutch stundard
in color, ull tank bottoms, scraps of
cane puce, ol lieet juice, meladn
concentrated mclada, concrete anil
concentrated molasses, testing by po,
Inriscooe not above 75 dcirrccs. seven.
tenths of one cent kt pound und for ev
ery additional degree or fraction of de
gree shown bv poluriscopic test two liun-
tlredtns ol one cent per pound uilililioiial
sugars above thirteen Dutch standard in
color shall x classified by such standard
of color und pay dnivaslollows, namely:
ull sugar above No. 13 and not above
no. Id, Dutch standard of color, one and
three-eights cents tier pound ; nil sugar
auovcfso io anil not noove ,o. w,
Dutch standard ol color, one nnd five
eighlBccntsiKT pound; all sugars above
20, Dutch standard o! color, twoecnts tcr
pound ; molasses listing above 50 degrees
lour cents per gallon, sugar draining anil
sugar sweepings shall lie subject to n
duty cutler as molasses or sugar as the
case may be accordi ig to the polnri
scopic test; coflee three cents per pound ;
on tea ten cents per pound ; hides, raw or
uncurcn, whether dry, mlted or pickled
Angora gont skins raw without wool
unmanufactured asses' skins, raw or tin
manufactured skins, excepting sheep
skiiis with tlic wool on, one and one
Mall cents kt pound.
All the democrats voted against Sena
tor Ald.-ieh's reciprocity amendment anil
only two republicans Senators Kiltmiuils
anil tvvurts. senator Aldrich otlercd a
additional section providing that the
sugar schedule and bounty paragraphs
snail take meet the lirst ol .March IH'.ll
and that, prior to the 1st ol l-'chrunrv
181)1, sugars may Ik' rclincd in bond
without payment ol duly. Agreed to.
a nor Hi.: biuamiht.
He Mad Married In North Caro
lina, Mouth Carolina and lieor-
Atlanta, Sept. 0. The history of J.
Ilnwlry, a double 'ligmnist, logins with
his marriage into a rcsiccttihlc family in
North Carolina. Ilawlcy lived with this
wife about one year then skips;d.
The next chapter concerns his marriage
to a very estimable young ludy in South
Carolina, lie lived with this wife about
a year then skipiwd agi in.
His next marriage wasiu Dccnturcoun-
ty in this stnte. This wife died suddenly
and Ilawlcy was suscclcil of having
IHiisoued her. The evidence was not suf
ficient to convict him. Theiiivesligntion
brought out the fact, though, that Ilaw
lcy hud n living wile in South Carolina,
and this in turn brought out thelVict that
he hnd a living wile in North Carolina.
He was tried in Georgia and sentenced to
tour years for bigiiuiv.
His tunc was up vcslcrtlnv, and ns
soon as he was released he was arrested
upon a warrant from South Carolina.
The queerest part of the whole thing is
that Ilawlcy, anticipating no further
trouble for his past misdeeds, had made
lus preparations hy correspondence tor
another courtship and marriage. Just
how the correspondence U-gan does not
Ilawlcy was taken bv an otbeer to
Darlington, S. C, where he will be tried.
A CITY WAKIII-N KII.I.KD.
1.1 fe Mood Hpllled Fors DiMrenu-
Ui'kmimiiiam, Ala., Sept. 9. City War
den Thomas Llennclt and William Har
deman, a locomotive engineer, got
into a dispute about a lisrci
utablc woman, pannic Corhctt, yes
terday. Dennett proposed ihev fight it
out, and drew two pistols from his pock
et and handed one of them to Hardeman.
The next instant Dennett fired live times
und Hardeman twice. His second bull
struck Dennett's heart, killing him in
stantly. Hardeman was struck in the
right arm by one of Dennett's shots, but
is not seriously hurt.
Both men have entertained an euinitv
toward each other for some time. Den
nett was a married man with several
children, and Ilnrdemnn is an unmarried
man about 30 years old. Dennett was a
grent favorite mid quite a powci in local
Hilitics. was a labor leader and had us
large n following ns any man in the city.
ilnrdemnn is in jail, lie is a member of
a prominent familv of the city, his father
ocmg me ucuiioi a iiirgcLdiiiriiciiiig hi in.
He has Ik-cii wild lor several years.
ahhi-:vii.i.k A MM.
Knoxtllle I.nclleB Initiate their
HlHteraof North Carolina.
K.Noimt.i.M, Sept. 0. The servant girl
question is causing the housckcccrs of
Knoxville much trouble, A meeting was
held yesterday afternoon to devise wavs
und means to remedy the evil. No defi
nite division was reached, but commit
tees were appointed to correspond with
the Castle Garden authorities anil sec if
German, Swccil or Swiss girls could lie
had. Another meeting will lie held next
HK'H NOTCOMI-: HACK,
A Plucky PaMHeiiKer on a Kol-
Arm kn, Oil., Sept. 0. The (leorgc
town singe was stopied yesterday near
Greenwood while on its way to Auburn,
by a masked highwayman nnd roblKil.
He secured the A'clls-Piirgo express box,
but it is not known how much the box
contained. One of the pnsscngcrs,
named Thomas Steven, borrowed a gun
and started after the robber but with
what result is not yet known.
Not To Be Killed That Way.
Nkw Yokk, Sept. II. A baby carriage
which win licing rolled by two boys on
the roof of No. 203 South Fifth nvenue,
broke uway, nnd with its two-year-old
occupant, fell five stories this afternoon.
Thecflrringe remained upright and fell on
n bale of rags in the street where it was
shattered. The baby was bounced U
wnrd and was caught in the arms of n
voting man standing near. It was not
Not Much ol a I'IkIiI.
Dovkk, Del., Sept. 0. The republican
state convention met in the courthouse
here to-day. The indications arc that
there will lie no contestants und that II.
A. Richardson, of Dover, will lie nomi
nated for Governor nnd Henry P, Can
non for congress by acclamation.
Once t'nited States. Senator,
Lansino, Mich,, Sept. 8. Judge Chris-
tinncv. ex-United States senator and
minister to Peru is dead after a lingering
THEY TRIED TO MURDER.
HTII.L, ANOTHKR ATTEMPT AT
When the Flagman Tried to Re
move the Obstructions) He Was
Bhot At Train Wreckent Ar
Pni'GUKKiii-sii'., N. Y., Sept, 0. A des-
lierate attempt was made last night to
wreck the fast St. Louis and Chicago cx
press, which leaves New York on the
Central railroad nt 8 p, m.
The train was stopiicd for a danger
signal south of (lid Troy, which is 500
yards south of New Hamburg draw
Two minutes previous the flagman dis
covered several ties standing eudways in
a culv't near Old Troy, and when he
look hold of one of them to remove it he
was fired upon from the bushes on the
cast side of the truck.
Knowing that the fast express was
nearly due be ran southward and set the
danger signal, which stopped the train.
The flagman said the ties stuck ubovc
the rails und would have certainly
thrown the train from the track.
The fast train was conqiosed of seven
or eight sleeping cars, all full, two ordi
nary passenger conches and a baggage
ear. There were also two ties placed
alongside of the ruil toward the south so
as to ilitch the train.
Ai.iianv, N. Y Sept. 0. John Reed und
John Kicrnun, the former a Central Hud
son brakcnian and John Cordial, a freight
conductor, arc undernrrcst, charged with
being concerned inthe wreckingof a Mon
treal express near Grccnbush last week.
Reed was arrested first and indications
go to show thatlieinndcsomedisclnsures
which led to the arrest of the others. All
were strikers und all Knights of Labor.
Maine la Republican.
Washington, Sept. !. Dispatches to
the republican national committee assert
that the entire Maine delegation to con
gress is re-elected. Millikcn's majority
is considerably reduced. Reed's major
ity is put at 4,300 and still growing as
successive reports come to hand. The
majority for the state ticket is stated at
HI if niHtlllery Burned.
I ni-ui-ii t L'.. i,.., O Tk UmiioIi
grain distillery at Uniontown, Ky was
burned yesterday with several thousand
gallons ol whiskey. Loss $80,000; in
sured for $10,11011.
AkhIiihI the McKlnley BUI.
Nkw York. Sept. 9. The Tobacco Iaf
Hoard of Trade has passed a resolution
protesting against the McKinley bill,
which they claim will have the cflect ol
ruining their business.
ODD HI T KEADAHLli.
There is n faithful hen nt Taylor's
llridgc that is fifteen venrs old, and is
now hatching another brood of chickens.
The editor attended the district confer
ence nt Rabun Gap Iron) Friday to Mon
day and ns a natural consequence will
not Ik lit lor editorial work lor a lew
da vs. franklin Press.
Wc have recently seen a turtle with n
beautiful and vnregntcd back in tints unci
colors. lengthwise across it arc the
figures 333, surrounded ny hgiireson the
border resembling those of Indies.
Mr. I. E. Fortune, of South Clinton,
killed a coitchwhip snake Inst week that
measured six feet and four inches. The
platted portion ol its tail was over three
feet, says the Caucasian. Now what is
the platted iHirtion of a conch whip
snake's tail ?
Messrs. Daniel Collins and lidgnr Jer-
nican. while tiding lencc inms some few
days ago, run into a den of fifty-five
snakes, three old ones and fifty-two
young ones. They sny like the Insli
iniin: "One lit a time my Lord. Mingo
correspondence Clinton Caucasian.
Mr. Lewis N. Isclcv. one of Guilford's
I vest tobacco growers, has a double leaf
of nice tobacco that is two perfectly de-
vclos?d leaves on one stem, each leal
having an inside and an outside, and
only separated Iroiu the stem nbotit two
inches Irom the poini. ureensnoro
Mr. (1. M. Fillvnw. the Market street
grocer, showed us a curiosity in the
uk of three hen eggs wnien nnn evi
dently In'cn broken into and had grown
together ngnin. They were Inid by the
sunie hen and were all broken nearly
around in the same place. Wilmington
The GrecnslMiro Workman says Dr.
Hatch Albright, of Chatham county, has
a four-legged chicken. 1 wo ol the legs
crow out from the back and do not touch
the ground. The doctor bought the
chicken from a neighbor and is to give a
year's mcdi.'itl services in the man's family
Kcv. I. R. I'olsom brought into the
office of the Kennebec Journal a curiosity
in the shnK' ol a corn coo Insluoned like
n perfect band. The editor snvs the ear
of pop corn was plucked at Dinghnin the
last season, and when tnc corn
was shelled from the cob there wns
revealed the wrfcct furm of a child's
hand, fingers and thumb complete. An
other fenture of interest in connection
with this is that the thumb shows to be
double-pointed, an exact counterpart of
lett hand ot l lie tittle gin living on me
place where the corn grew.
Mr. Charles Harris, of No, 2 township,
brought to this office a cotton stalk, the
Poll ot which, thai is open, having only
three lobes that contained nothing but
large black seed resembling a large ap
ple seed in shape, size and color. Knelt
seed, there were altout twenty-one in the
boll, wns held to the side of its little
house bv n very small membrane. The
bolls, while exact pictures ol genuine cot
ton bolls, arc not more than nn average
in sixe. There is not a truce of lint about
the seed. Concord Standard. Speaking
ol n like plant lotinil in South Carolina
a dispatch says: "The nppenrnnce of
the plant is precisely l lie same as us lint-iK-niing
fellows. txericnced planters
sny there can be no doubt that this
growth can be developed into a distinct
variety, and next year experiments will
be made on a large scale. II these ex-
extectations are realized, the cultivation
of cotton from the seed alone will be very
1 . 1 . 1 1 !l 1 !
pruiiiuiiic, unii me 1,-uiiuii nccu uu uuai-
ncss will be revolutionized."
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the enviable reputa
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speedy relief and cure of every variety of
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acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
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poisonous drugs as
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Since it does not contain an atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
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Dl RUCTIONS FOR USB.
The doae for aa adult la two teaapoonfula
in a wine glass of water. Doae for children
in proportion, according; to age. la cither
cast the doae can be repeated every thirty
rainuc. until a care u effected. One doae will
alway. drive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when tint feeling the premonitory
aymutoma; but if the attack is well on, and
auflcriug ia intense, the second or third doae
may be required, tlaually a greater number
of doae. ia required to effect the first cure
than la needed for any succeeding time there
after, ahowing that the medicine ia accumu
lative in Ita enecta, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 St 48 S. MAIM STREET,
appeal te Bank ml Aahtville.
Dry OocmIh, Fancy Goods,
mid NotioiiH, Lhiu CurtuiiiB,
Table Lineim, Towels, Nap-
kiiiH, t'oiintcrimiiPH, White
(ioixIh, and IOnibroiderieH at
prime coHt. AH I)oinentic
(ioocIh, includintf Pride of the
West, WniriHutta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-4 Cotton and 10-4
SlieetinrH at prime cont.
We rail 8MHial attention
to our Inrjso Htock of Em
broidery and Knit ting Silk,
Zephyrs, WooIh, Silk and
Outline Work. All go at
prime cunt. LudicH' Muslin
Underwear at rout, Kid
GloveB, HoBiory andltibbons
at unusually low price.
Ladies will Have money by
attending this special sale.