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Asheville Daily Citizen
J FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
FOR 8 ALE
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, 28 centi. Three Timet, 60 centa.
Sis Timet, 76 cento.
AT - - THIS - OFFICE.
SC PER HUNDRED,
VOLUME VI. NO. n3.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping iih a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hculth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of Jl.HOO feet;
It, iH beimr In id out with
tiistii and skill, with well
graded roadn and extoiiHivo
A deHirablo place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
30 South Main St.
NEW FALL GOODS 2
JJ r). MAIN HT., AHHBVILLB,
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 6000S
AND TO VS.
Views and Sketches.
w.i t. b. awn. w. w. West.
GVYN & WEST,
(Successors to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at S
Notary Public. Commissioner of Deed.
OFFICK onthejMt Court SMiaare,
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET
)f the llundredii who are cotnlnit to Ahellle
to tend the I'all and Winter.
All those who have house to rent thould
call on na at once, at we have many applica
tinnt fur both tarnished and unfurnished
houaet, whlrh wr are at present unable to
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room o 4k 10, McAfee Block
Put ton Are., A.herllle, N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Tlienc arc the brands of our licst FLOUR,
the finest of the line, the liest of all, and I.
cicclnlly recommended to thnne desiring the
whiten t and purest hrcari. In fact It la the
cream of. nil the wheat ktinmcd oft into
Wr 11 ro have other brands and grades, and
can furnish a good family Hour an low an
'.'.. rii, having secured a lot before passing
Into the huntU of stwriilntor.
A. D. COOPER.
Two secondhand wagons for nlc chrnp.
PKICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts,
Blanket, and other goods
or cooler weather has just
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Cam and Aprons
The largest lot of Chemisi,
iowns and Underwear to be
ound in the city, some line
goods, cheaMr than you can
get the material and make
them. (Stockings 111 colors
and Fast Mack, Wool, Mo-
ino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10cts.to2
a pair. All kiihis 01 uress
a a 1 1"V
Trimmings, Buttons, Lin
ings, &.; in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil-
Iren or Ladies is well nigh
.crfeet, so that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can bo filled at our storo at
prices away below anybody
lso. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loam sc. urely placed t per cent.
24 A iin I'atton Avenue
(Pomwrly of Lyman A Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BualneM
Loans tecurely placed at per cent.
At In Chestnut street i law house with
well vcntllntcd rnomt, hot and cold bath,
closet, Ac. High location, near car lint.
WH. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U I. N.,
la located in Athcvllle and will practice
Draughting of any deecrlptlon a specialty
p. ti, hob uva.
(Jo to Cannicluiel's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full lino of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department w 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 le filled correct and
that you will bo charged n
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you a t nil hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
I. REDWOOD & CO,
7 A 9 PATTON AVK.
Soarr's Fruit Preservative
or keeping fresh fruits, to
matoes, corn, &e.f without
the uwt of nealetl or air-tight
cans. Fruit iuiiw, cider, & f
an bo perfectly preserved by
using thin powder. The only
ca re required is t select good
sound fruit, not too ripe
then follow directions. This
mwder is very cheap, and
the canning very little
trouble perfectly harmless.
Jaeh package preserves 20
pounds of fruit or .'10 pints
of fruit juice. 2.7 cents jmr
mckage, T packages for one
lollar. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug
DO YOU KNOW
A aood thins when yon ace It? If so call nt
POWELL X SNIDER S
And csamlne their line assortment of French
Crackers, cnnaltllnK In part of
fancy Tea Cakct,
' Siephyr Wafer,
ttodn lllseults, avc.
Tk are ahsnlutely fresh and nice
flood. Wa also nealrt to call your aucn.
Una to onr well selected stock of I'ANCV
UKOCKKIKM, of'whlch wt msk. a smHaliy
We art offering ni BAROAINI In Htaple as
wtlt as Pancy (Iroeeriea, a larRe pmportlnn
of which we an constantly rem wing direct
from the manufacturer. This insures yim
perfectly fresh and wholesome Rooda nt
prices that we guarantee to he nalow as they
can lit bought In any market.
POWKLL A RNIIlllR,
Cor, Palton Avenue and Main atreeL
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY
REPRESENTATIVE KENNEDY AT
LAST BACKS DOWN.
"WAY" AND "CRIMINAL'
Washington, Sept. 15. The speech of
Representative Kennedy of Ohio, uttack
tbe Semite nnd Scnlftor (Jiiny, which cre
ated a acnaatioii ten ilayt ago, np;urcd
in the Congressional Record yesterday
morning, after having liven rcvisril liy
Mr. Kennedy. After declnriiiK thiit Ohio
Iihh twice within a , -.:1c hern di8Keed
liv aeniitorn vhoaen "simplv Ikviiiiik- they
werenhleto oiitliid other conlcaluiitH,"
there iH this sentence: "Surely the clonk
of scniitorinl courlt'Hv litis Ixn used to
hide the infamy nnd corruption which
has diahonered nnd disrnced the ImmIv
which wilt once the proudest in the
This is the onlv reference to the "clonk"
of senatorial courtesy. The onlv clumps
made tn Inr lis M'naKir Hiav is con
cerned, consist in the elision of the word
"criininnl," where it occurs in two places,
nnd of the omission of nil nicntion of
Senator ( luav liv iinme.
In the house to-dnv Mr. MeKinlev.
from the committee on wnvsnnil menus,
reported luick the tariff liill, with the sen-
nte nmendtneuts, with the recoininendii
tion that the ninemlnients he non-concurred
in. Referred to the comniittec of the
Mr. Knloe. of Tennessee, offered the fol
"Kcsolvcil, 1 hut the clerk ol the house
of representatives la? dint ted to eoininu-
mcntc to the senate the l.u t that the
houstr eondeinns the utterances of Hon.
Koliert 1. Kvuiicilr, delivered in the
house Septemlier II, rctlcctinii upon the
character nnd integrity of the senate us
Mr. liuulev olikvteil and at the hiii-
Kestion ol the speaker, Mr. Knloe with
drew his resolution for the present ; and
Mr. MeKinlev reported a resoluiioii lm
the iininedinte cousideratioii of the larill
hill in the house.
The previous ouestion on the resolution
was ordered, yeas 1 Hi, nays Tl.
Mr. mount, ol licorum, protested
against the resolution, contcmliiiK thai
it was a parody on delilierations, and
llint the purHise of the order was to take
the whole subject of taxation In an the
HKKK'M ANOTHK.K H.
Ki4tof. W. K. t'limeron Uaves
1'KTKMsnt'Kii, Va., Sept. 15. The In
dex-Apical hat published an onii letter
frnmcx-Gov. William K.Cntuerou.of this
city, nddicsscd to W. S. I "nsliu II. ol
Kichmond, Va., in which he aays that he
will no longer net with a party which is
false to ill promise, nnd is waging n
crusade against the south.
A Chanue of s lrirrcH In Ilie
Tempcralure In WImcoiihIi.
Palmyra, Wis., Sept. 1 5. The mercury
indicates (5 degrees nl a fall in the teal-
(Krature w ithin three days. There has
lieen frost in this viciuitv for the last two
nights, l.nst week the heat wassosevcrc
that number ol nogs in Miinvaa town
ship, a lew miles north, died from sua
He Won't HurTer.
NASllvil.l.K,Seit.-15. Frank M. Allen.
under bond to await trial on the charge
ofcmlK-J!i:ling $41 .11011 of the funds of the
Capital City bauk, of which institution
he was teller, has succeeded in elUvtiug u
compromise nl his shortage.
iinrrrcncc In Tetupvriilure Ac.
couiiIh for the "PheiioiiiviitMi,
Ikn. T. I.. Clingmnn, who takes grenl
interest in the mountain of western
North Carolina, ha ls?en to see the
nmokini: mountains discovered 11 miles
enst ol this city. He returned Saturday
lie says he ient Fnday night nnd Sal
unlay morning near the mountain am
that Saturday, during thctnuethcsinoiie
is usually to lie seen, he could seeuothiug
of the kind. I In wa explained ny
tone mie livinu near the miiuiitain. win
snid that a day alter a ruin no smoke
.mild lie seen. den. Clingmnn is at
Ins to account lor the reported umisiin
Col. I. 1). Cameron also visitcil tin
mountain and ascended to the top.
nvs! "There wnt no appearance
smoke on this or any other peak. There
i nothing whatever ol a volcanic cnar
neter in the phenomenon, inc top n
Wnteh Knoli is eresteil witn itrniiuei
gneissic rm'k, alMiundiiig in fissure ex.
tindinu nrilDIIOIV lolieoiisnieruiin.-uviii
The so-called smoke i nothing; more
than eondensntion of the escnping air
of the lissures meeting the external air nt
ii ililVrreut temiH-rature. A lest wun
thermometer sunk in the earth failed to
detect any rise of the mercury or to null.
,,ii miv iiliiiiiriniil eoiidilion. There ii
no uch excitement in tnc migiiiMirnoiiii
a has liecn rcMirtcd.
A Mpeclnl Meellnit.
A iiecial meeting of the Isinrd of alder
men wa held to-dny nt .12 o'clock to
consider the advisability of granting
franchise to the Asheville Natural Oni
and Mining company to carry on it op-
erntiont in the city. I ue enure ooarii
ttua iirparllt. Mr. II. II. Carter offered nil
ordinance irrnntiug the privileger nnd
rend the same to the board. Objection
wn made, and an nmendnunt, requiring
thecompnny to begin oiierntions within
twelve months, was tillered anil inserted.
It will he brought up for in second rend
ing nt the regular meeting on Pritlny
"'Slr. J. A. Tennent, city building lniccl
or, wa authorized to take charge ol the
erection ol tlie new city hall nnd mnrkct
hnnw. The contract will lie prcpnrcd by
the city attorney nnd work will begin a
soon as the necessary arrangement are
completed. Mr. Tennent' ettimnte a to
the cot of the building according to the
ulans, I 1,000.
In Town "'"o-clay Hvllluic fotatoen,
Uw Fee and "Btcli."
Cong.-essninn soon it will lie ex-con-
gressmnn Kwnrt wn in town to-duy
liux.ing around among his white repuli-
an friends. His linuds were horny
from intense work lit hi law books
ow, Till! Citikn should have said;
is hair was full of hayseed ; long straws
that showed which way the wind blew
domed his person ill frequent intervals;
ml his $3 suit of blue jeans worn here
nd there by contact with attorney's
cs no, hoe handles, straw rakes and
the old fashioned scythe proclaimed
m every inch th- alliance-at-law or nt-
iriieyat-alli.inee, that he has ever liecn.
Mr. Ewnrt was thin Irom hard work
inong his ducks which, he informed Tile
itmhn, ulisolutely reluse to tKc lo wa
ter this year; but his cheek one ol them
only was liromid from contact with
the sun that iwauis wun great narsn
liea ms among Mr. Hwart's siiiashes nnd
alhoiKS I Mr. Iiwart called em I at his
litrm in Wushinglon, 1. C or therea
Mr. liwnrt told Tun Citizkn that he
as on Mr. W. T. Crawford's trail and
would U' glad to have a joint debate
ith lum. lie llarnier r.warti says lie
lid not intimate to Mr. Crawlord, as
iih Citi.kx was iiilormed.thal "he was
illiuu to have a limit debate, provided
Mr. Crawford allows him to make the
niKiiiitments," but that helorwardcil to
Mr. Crawford a list of places and dates
as suggestions merely to lie rearranged
by Mr. Crawford and himsell when the
wo meet, which win in-soon.
It was plainlv to lie seen thai Mr. b Ve
nn is fearing that an early frost may get
mnng his attorney Ices ami cut lliciu
own to so small a crop that they will
not pay to cure.
Coiitemnlatinu his possible bouncing
from the alliance he thinks he joined, Mr.
liwnrt savs, that if that is dune he will
rente n loss as big as a load oi hay
bout it rtnd make the canvass of his dis
trict with an air of injured innocence
lieaiitilul to behold. In conclusion, Mr.
Kwart invited Tiik Citizkn down in his
llendersonvillc law past ares to sec his
llock he called them of llnmbletoiiuins.
He savs tliev willcach shear '.'(I pounds ol
Australian wool this venr and that they
ire far ahead of llcrkshircs lor veal.
VOt'MU JIFN'H Cl.l II.
MevlliiK In be Held Til-Morrow
Mr. II. II. Carter, pnsidcnl of tin
ning men's democratic club of this city,
is a call in to-day's Citizhs for a meet-
ng ol'the mellllsrs of that club in the
mrt house to-morrow evening at M
cluck. The tneetiiii! is lor the puriMise
f re-organizing the club which did very
fleetive work in ISSH. The coiivcutioii
if the state democratic clubs will lie held
u Kaleigh. Si ptciiils-r 1'V nnd 'J5, nnd
sllevllle will (loiililless Ik- reprcsciilcil.
I'roniinenl ss'iikers both trout North
nroliiia and other states will lie present.
Senator Vance has promised to lie there
and to make an effort to bring with him
ilher tlrover Cleveland or Havid II. Hill,
governor of New Vork.
Tlie rtt-rvaiil lrollvtn.
The mei'liiig which the ladies who have
organised the society for the purHsc of
Iving the "servant girl ipiestion" were
to hold nt the V. M. C. A. rooms Sat nr.
lav, wa KistKiucd Inxaiise of the in
lenient wenthcr. The next niecting of
the society will lie held at the same place
next Sat unlay at t p. m.
Mr. M. l-itcll, M. H., president (il me
sncictv, has hail a niimticr ol letter irom
servants with good nlereiices who have
heard of the society anil wis'i to come lo
Asheville to work under the ne.v order
if lliiiiL-s that it is lioiwd by those inter
sled will lie established. These letters
iime from New Vork. New Jersey nnd
Florida. The president wishes to urge
the Indies to Ik present next Mituriiay.
MHould llavenllood Audience.
To-morrow evening nt the l.vccuni
Col. J. 1. Cameron delivers his long ex
ncclcil essay on "The I'oel of North
Carolina." Col. Cameron touches noth
ing in the lilcniry way that he iIik'S not
adorn and in the' present instance he will
Ik- particularly interesting, lis he lias
thoroughly informed himself on the sub
ject and found more material than even
nc nreltv well ncoimimcd wun .Mir in
Carolina lilctnlurc would cxihtI. Tim
l'itii!i;x Is-sncaks for Lol. Cnnieron
InrL'c iiudienec to hear his essay which is
certain to lie scholarly ami inorougii
Joliu lloyd ItlNCliiirued.
John llovd, who was nrrcsted Satur
day. susH-ctril ol U-iug implicated in the
shooting ol lr. J. I-.. Kogcr last Wed lies
day night, was given a preliminary hear
inif liclorc lustiei- Siunmev this morning,
Jones St Shulord niH-ared for the pri.
oner nmi ?oueitor varicr ior im-fniiv
Alter hearing the evidence, l-.siiuire Sum
iipv discharifcil the licensed as he did nnl
c..iisiiler the evidence sufficient to bintl
XuKTII CANOI.IX.X l-ol.KS.
1). M. Ilnrriimcr. a Philadelphia clul
num. n native oi .Mirin i annum, wu
his cousin. Frof. I'. II. Ilni riiiger. of the
Vn versttv ol iruimil. swain iriiin
Smith's Island almost to Chester, I'll
nnd return, a course of twenty nnlei
Thla Ih.hIs the iimnteur record, cither Ii
this country or l-.uroiK'. .News iinil tn-
Ilurhnm county, the Kecordrr think
ia ns healthy n climate ns her progress
olid. Lrmt l'lidnv Mr. Mnv. wlio live
miles iii the country, rode to th
eiiv horseback. He ha followed the
plow nil summer, and is in his HJd year
Mr, Asn Knight, a prominent nnd well
known farmer of linillord College, was
found bv his wile, Friday evening, lying
nn the floor In his room pitrnlyzed. Dr.
Davis wn al once summoned, but ex
pressed little holies ol his recovery. Mr.
Knight is nlioiit 117 vears of age. and
very robust man. lireensiioro ratnoi.
Miss Rachel lllylhe.n Cherokee Indian,
will enter a business college ut Kaleigh
to learn short hand, telegraphy, etc. She
is n very intelligent young woman nnd
was educated nt tlie iixiorti tirpniin asy
Am .,,.i I,, nltl (linn Inltll Z. Fulls.
eountv, celebrated n lew ditvs ago his j has no strawltcrry'mark to identify ; him.
sevcntvninlh birthdny. To the Icitst of , A Pennsylvania limner has been victim
.......I l,;..a I ul.,1 I'liildren. oriind ixrii bv a clever aliariH-r. who tsirsonnted
children and friends were invited. He is
stout nnd active mnn lor one of his
age. Shelby Aurora.
T DRAWS ATTENTION.
COMMENTS ON THK
Home of Tliem are Valualtle and
Home are Only Funny, Hut All
are Well Meant-Klglit NlglHH
From the WilnllnKtnn MessciiKcr.
It i lieviming more nnd more appa
rent that negro labor is degeni rating
becoming less reliable. Too much poli
tics, a little education and a natural
love of fun nnd frolic, with an inborn ten
dency to idleness, lire making a certain
proportion ol tnc inuor unsatisinciory.
The movement in Asheville among the
iiiischoldcrs to ha vciiii improved method
lenling with house servnutsnnd cooks
isn uivcsKiiry and important action, and
e hone will lead lo satistiictory results
there, and thus prove a good example to
cither towns and communities. Year by
car good cooks are disappearing, nnd
reliable nurses arc more difficult to find.
Tiddv and comiR-'tent house servants
ill in a lew years Inr n thing ol the past
steps are not taken to improve labor
ml see u re trained servants.
We notice? thnt the Asheville movement
inong the women to secure better ser
ials is attracting the attention in
northern newspaiRrrs. liven the New
Vork Tribune, the organ of radicalism,
sees the necessity of such nslep, and says
will meet with "widesiireau popular
sympathy." It savs:
I He servant girl proiiiem is nne oi tnc
exini oiiestioiis that modern civiliza
tion has thus far been unable lo grapple
ith siicccsslullv. There is surely some
thing to be gained by co-oicrution
iinong the employers ol servants, ami
he mcmlicrs of tilis class in Asheville
have clearly taken one step in the right
hreetion. The trouble with servants
there, na in New Vork und elsewhere,
is 'general incomwtcncy nnd tintrust-
worl laness. 1 he 'union ol housekeepers
lormed in Asheville propose to secure
good servants nnd to fix schedules ol
wages. 1 he long sulk-ring nouscKccpers
of the rest ol the country will await
with impatience the news ol the progress
f iheexiH-runcnt just iKgun in .Mirin
If Asheville secures the end sought
hen other communities will I w prompt
i resort to the samemeusurcsol redress.
From the Winston Kcpiililienn.
The Indies of Asheville have formed n
housckccicra' union. The next thing in
order will be an organization by the
cooks. Then Greek will meet Creek und
s a result, a tug ot war regarding the
rum the Detroit lournal.
Tim Asiikvili.k I N.C.)Cnizi:xis not n
new inicr, but it has recently undergone
change of ownership and a change ol
heart ns well, anil it has begun a crusade
that will land its editor in the home ol
he soul or place his name beside that ol
he world greatest nocraiors. i in-.
L'lTiziix's scheme is to settle the servant
girl micstitin for nil time, nnd already one
inbbc meeting has liecn licit! to ocvisc
wavs and means. A union of hoiiekccn-
rs is to lie oruamzed, and n preamble
and resolution adopted that will simplify
matters or comicl every house wile to no
her own work. 1 nc particular miner in
srnel who engineers this dciinrtnient ol
the .T.I article would like Tiik Cmzi-Nto
settle one matter: How can the average
girl get out eight nights n week under the
present system ol reckoning time r
That's nn easy one. Shegoesoutoiicc
every night; that' seven times. She goes
out twice on, ny, Sunday night that's
ighl in all. lin. Cmzii.v
For tlie Next I.eglMlature.
liiitToK Tiik Citizhx : Will vmi iR.'rmit
the friends ol I. K. Hllbosc ll-ltl I'. Ii. i'Ol
sum to usk them if Ihey will accept the
nomination of the ilemocralie county
iivention. soon to col vene in Asheville,
as candidates lor the next legislature-
They will please answer llirougli I in-
Act Sipt. tl, 1HIKI.
Attention, nemocrnlM t
The memlwrs of the Voting Men's Item-
ocrntic Club ol Asheville townslnp are
hercliv retiiicsteil to meet in the court
house in Asheville nt H o'clock, Tuesday
evening, Sept. lo. iw.ni. lor me piiriwsr
,1 r...oi L'aniniL' tbeelub anil lliakiug prep
aration for effective work in the iK'iuling
cinniiaiii. liverv mcnilwr ol the clul
and all other democrat are earnestly re
ipiestcd to Ik- present.
II. II, 1..1KI I'.lf,
Sept. 15. -twin. I'icsitlcni.
m twins nf coxsi-nriiXCK.
In the citv of Vulenein, Spain, titer
were thirty deaths from cholera Satur
Iir. Koch, the tiermau tihvsician, win
claims that he has discovered n niethtitl
nl eiiiiiiu coiisiinintioii bv inoculation
nlioiit to commeiiee cxiH-riments on lm
mini patients who lire siillvrini; Irom lu
New York importer are execrating tl
McKtnley turiii inn.
The population of Ncvntla has tlccreasc
by 1 7, IKI'J since IMNU.
The friends of Ciovcruor Hill nrc snitl t
lw iileiised at the trouble of printing the
official ballots, Coventor Hill having
specially opposed lhat Icatiirc of the new
I t. President Andrew I). White, of Cor.
nrll I'niversitv. was married in I'hiluilcl
tihia to Mis Helen Mngtll, daughter of
rx-l'resiilent Magill, ol Swnrthinorc col
Joseph Hell, aged 77 vears, died sitd
dcnlv of apoplexy in Cincinnati, lie was
distinguished ns'n builder of machinery
and for Iwing the first to take a sleam
bont ncross the Ciiill of Mexico. lie i in
troduced steamersin the river of Mexico.
a . Among tnc mw ioi kcis who mm "
Among the New Vorkeis who went to
i rnr nocsaway m - me mm "
new Hanoi mw were iiutii.v po,nieno,n,
but no ballot reformers. The new voting
vstent worked well, tiotwithstnniling
tlie illiteracy of the bnvmen nnd fisher
men, who comprise a large proportion of
It is n risky thing to receive Into the
I,,,. .mi of the family a loan lost son who
i the returned prodigal long cnottgh to cat
the flitted enlf nnd secure $5,000 in
I cash. Then he lost himself ngnin.
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poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL, AND COCAlNIi,
Since it doc not contain an atom ol
ilher ol these. It is ulisolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
isar range the stomach, nnd contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar ndvuntages of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable na a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or uunoying after-effects,
us in the cusc of other so-called "harm-
' remedies. These qualities make it
he most popular and saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
IllKIXTlONS FUK USB.
The dose for an adult is two tvnspoonruls
n a wine alas of water. Home for children
proportion, according to age. In cither
ruse the dose vun be repcuted every thirty
iiiinuc until a cure is ellcctcd. One dose will
ulwuya drive uway an attack of Headache,
tuken when first feeling the premonitory
symptoms; hut if the uttuek I well on, and
sulk-ring is iuu-nsc, the second or third dose
may tic required. I'sually a greater number
if doses ia required to cnVct the first cure
tbuu is needed for any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine is accumu
lative in its ellects, u-udiug towurd an event
uul pcruiitncnt cure.
For sale ut
46 & 48 H. MAIN STREET,
Opposite Rank of Asheville.
Dry (ioods, Fancy (!oois,
ami NoI'ioiih, I;kt Ciiiliiins,
ralilf Linens, Towels, Niip-
khiH, Counterpanes, White
(ioods, ami Kiiiliroideries at
prime eost. All Domestic
(mods, inelutiii Pride oft lie,
West, WaniHiitta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-t Cottons ami 10-4
Slieetiiiis at prime cost.
We call special ntU-ution
to our liirp stock of Em
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zepliyi-H, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All u nt
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin.
Underwear at cost, Kid
Oloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
at unuHually low pricow.
' LadioH will Have money by
I attending this special sale.