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Asheville Daily Citizen
the buyer needs to know, with agreeable I
the dint rent method! of adver-
manner, wnat tne aarertiaer need, to
think ofie, "What are the fact that a buy
er ncedi to know about my stuffr" And
what the advertisement writer neede to
think of is, "How can I itate these facte
I tiling arc concerned, the daily paper li de.
ddedl y the beet. That I. the broad, twirt
channel i and when jron float yonr boati
apon it, yon are Mire of a quick return. I
fin a war to command respect ae well ae at-1
tention ). U. V until. T
I Henry Cartin.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 128.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 51,800 feet,
It i hfiinor laid out with
tnitt-B and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable plate for fine
A irnod opportunity for
nrnfltjible investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
IJmwllle. Mitchell CO., N. C.
Pull .tock Ladle..
Miiw.' and Children'.
Wrap, la the latent it vice.
Alao a full and complete
Line of Underwear.
30 South Main 8treet.30
22 8. MAIN ST., A8HBVILLB,
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
OTaltbi B. 0r. W. W. Wjar.
GWYII & WEST,
(ucceasor to Walter B.Owyn)
. REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Public. Commlarloner. of Deed.,
OFFICII Bill at CaartMaarc,
UST TO THE HURRYINO FEET
Of the Huadred. who are coming to Aiherllle
to apend the Pall and Winter.
All those who hare houiel to rent .honld
call oa a. at once, a. w. hare many applici
tlon. for both furnlahed and unfurniihed
koune., which we an at promt unable
JBNKS A JBNKS,
RIAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 10, McAfee Block
9. Pattoa At... Aiherllle. N. C.
F. A. GRACEy
We call yonr
MASON'S CRACKERS, BISCUITS, CAKES, C
We bay theae good, direct from the factory
and la auch qnantitle. a. to aell them out be.
fore getting .tale, aad yan can alway. de
pend upon getting themfreah. We keep the
10 Ct. Soda & Oyater Cracker
Oa the market. Our
CREAM IISCUIT ANO WAFERS
Give ..Olfaction to all. If yon want BWBBT
GOODS of any kind don't fail to ceamine our
tock before buying.
We alio Mil theee good, at wholesale at
A. D. COOPER.
Corner Main and College Sto.
The best place in Asheville
or working people to trndi
the "Bur Racket." We
promise low prices and good
goods, and where our guar-
antee goes with an article if
it doesn't turn out like we
say it will we refund the mon
ey. In our experience we have
bund that well-to-do people
and rich folks always look
further and try harder to
save a nickel than working
people and poor folks, so if
we give the latter bargains
and the full worth of their
money we cannot help selling
bargains to others. Among
our new goods, of which we
lave a large stock, may be
bund at the very lowest
trices: All kinds of Shoes,
Kind-made for men, school
shoes for children, fine and
common shoes for ladies,
blankets ond comforts, hand
bags, grips and trunks, all
kinds of shoes, wall pockets,
mirrors and frames, lamps,
wicks, chimneys and burners,
hamber setts and tinware,
nits and caps, 2i5c. up, dress
goods and underwear, all
kinds of shoes, shoulder
nnes and jackets, flannels
and Jersey cloth, skirts nnd
skirtimr goods, dress trim
mings and linings, brooms,
buckets nnd tubs, all kinds
of shoes, fast black stockings
in cotton, wool, silk and
mlb. overcoats, rublers and
gloves, men s clothing in
suits, pants, pants, pants,
ALL KINDS OF SHOES-in
fact everything to use or
wear at lowest prices.
Buy nothing until you reach
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers.
And Investment Agent.
Loan. unly placed at II per cent.
34 At 86 Pattern Avenue, iwcoaa noor.
(Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. I Letral Block
Strictly Brokerage BnalneM
Loaaa atcarely placed at per (eat.
At llta Chcetnut .treeti large hone, with
well ventilated room., not ana eoia nam,
closet., Ac, H.ah Incatlon, aear ear line,
wn. H. KINO.
OF THI EMINEM CORK, U I. H,
Is lorated In Aiherllle aad wUI practice
Draughting of aay descriptloa a perl.ltf
r u. no. ua,
Go to Cai-michael'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 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
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
culls promptly answered.
No. o South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. G. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Hats and Cur
7 A 9 PATTON AK.
Just arrived now Fnl
lints, wcond to none in style
and quality. Trice $4.
Is our motto, and we know the people ap
preciate It, for they have prneen It hv thr Ir
liberal patronage, we mm. mat we are
better pre limn now tnnn ever neiore to Rive
onr customer, the benefit M low price, in
Our law eincrtrne ana Incresalna huH-
aesju.tirjr nsln maklnf this alatemrnt. It
la ncedlca. for n. to rnnmrrat tbe dlfTennt
article, w. carry. We mil the
And can always miarantee them to glee .alls.
ractloa both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Oar facilities for delivering Roods promptly
mpirSXX 4k SNIDKR,
WIIOLKRALH AND RBTAlk OROCURS,
Cor. Pattoa A venae aad Mala itreet.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
MORMON CHURCH STILL GATH
ERING IN ITS VICTIMS.
VOVNO GIIIM DKTKRMINKD
TO BE "Pa.VH.AC WIYKM."
Nbw York, Oct. 2. The authorities nt
the barge office this morning used an im
mense amount of moral persimmon on
thirty-two young Mormons who arrived
yesterday on the steamer Wyoming, to
induce them to forego their intention ol
becoming proselytes to the Mormon
faith. Tlie girls were separated from the
other passengers as they lauded and
placed in n room In- themselves.
Three women missionaries from the
emigrant girls' borne tried to convince
them of the lolly of th: course they pro
posed to follow. It wiisn very hurd under
taking. One of thegirls, Karen Sylvester,
who acted ns spokeswoman for the party
frankly acknowledged that thev vere all
willing to lie one ol seven or eight wives
and were fully nwnre ol this principle ol
Mormomsm. The girls are all young
nnd some of them remarkably pretty.
The attempt of the missionaries to in
fluence them proved nn utter failure and
as all thut the barge othec authorities
can do is to use persuasion the entire
party will proceed on their journey to
morrow via Newport News, Vu.
The partv comprises, all told, 203 iier-
sonsof whom thirty-two are children.
Among the lot is a married bnglisliwo
innn who left her hushnnd in Ivngland to
take up the Mormon fnitb. She said slit
was "called" and compelled to go. She
refused to tell her name.
RKPt BI.ICAN UAINM.
Idaho ClectH a Radical Ticket ol
IIoiskCitv. Idaho, Oct. 2. Ity esti
mate Hoist City and Idnho county art
republican with a majority of 175 on the
entire state ticket, llingham returns
give the republican ticket a majority ol
300, in lloise county returns from
four precints give Wilson (democrat I I'm
congress, twelve majority.
Incomplete returns trom nvc counties
give Sweet (republican I lor congress Olio
majority. Meagre returns iudic.ite thai
the legislature will stand thirty repuoli
cans nnd 22 democruts. Thcrepuhlienns
claim the state by 2,50(1 majority ; the
democrats concede the state to the re
publicans by 800 majority. The returns
received show gams lor tne repuuiicaiis
over the vote of 1NHH.
A URKAT HIRK.
Part ot Mldney, New Mouth Wales,
Sipnrv, N. S. W., Oct. 2.-Fire broke
out in this city lust night utid.dcsiiitcthc
efforts of the firemen, extended over n
large area on I'itt, Castlercagh, Moore
and Hunter streets.
Among the building destroyed were
the city bank, the Athencnuin club, and
the warehouses of Lnrt ci Sins, I-eld-heiin
& Co., Ilnll & Co., Gibbs, Shiillard
& Co., Lawler& Kichnrdson, and Mr.
A number of other business houses were
U. A. R. and Kx-ConfederaleN To.
Clinton, Mo., Oct. 2.-The 0. A. R
and ex-Confederates held a joint reunion
here yesterday. Addresses weredchvered
by Col. Leo Koschcur and Judge L. (
llurton. fully 3,ihhj people were in m
THK BANK Of HICKORY.
Action of A. A. Mhuford and of the
Widow of U. W. Mhuler.
Eiiitok TliK Citiikn: Mrs. Maud 0
Shuler, wile of the late II. W. Shiiler
agreed to pay $17,0115 from her insurance
money, to make good the debts of her
late husband through the failure ol tin-
bank of Hickory, asking nothing in ret urn
excepting to be identified in ierirtuatiiig
and building up the business of her dead
husband, by completing tlicorgnnizntion
of the First National bank for which she
hns in her possession organisation puer
The above mentioned sum, $17,011
would, according to the assignee's and
administrators' statement, fully cancel
the indebtedness of the late l. W. Shuler,
Including legal commissions. It was the
nuriMiscof Mr, hinder to purchase tlie
real estate assets nt the prk-isdcsignnted
by the assignee nnd administrator pro
vided it didnot bring more at public sale
thereby guaranteeing the correctness ol
their hgurcl, US to losses, wiucn ore '
Known llolitlltlr. !. t K0.1K
In nolirnee's hand....ni.4.in.4l
In adiiun tr'in'hiinilii 4,immi.oo
Total Inu ai4,Ml,7
This generous lady desired to invest
S2II.0IHI in the capital slock of the new
bank, with the privilege ol selecting the
cashier for the first year and wished the
co-operation of several leading men in
order to secure the success of the under
tnki""' , iiii
This proposition wnsgrnciously looked
UHin bv all excepting A. A.Shulord, who
flatlv refused, unless Mrs. Shuler would
nirrer to nav nil liabilities.
This no humane man would ask her to
do for fear of unknown claims arising of
sufficient magnitude to consume her en
tire fortune mid turn herself and children
into the streets. Indeed this would have
been her fate, had it not been for tbe life
in.urnnce nohclfi which She held.
A. A, Hhuford's lossc In the Hickory
hnnk failure are exceedingly trivial.
After this ucneroui proposition has
been refused let no one now ask Mrs,
Shuler, through honor, to make good
anr losses that may have been sustained.
Rather appeal to A. A. Shuford who lies
waiting an opportunity of purchasing
tne pro ert y at lorceo snie, anouieiiuin
policy ol the town Instead
of lending a helping hand to the widow
of a man who has done ao much for the
town of Hickory,
A. 8. Phelps, jh.
Hickory, N. C.
HomellitiiK About Mayenvllle, In
Mr. W. I), Justice tins recently returned
from a trip through Western North Car
olina. He reports seeing Tub Citizkn all
through that country, temperance senti
ment growing nnd the democrnev ex
tremely enthusiastic over the nomination
Mr. Justice visited Havesville, Cloy
county, and is very warm in praise ol
whnt he aw there. There are three col
li ges with 600 students in a radius of 16
miles, one in llaycsville, and not a suloon
in the whole county, and only one In wyer
and he a farmer also. A saloon keeper
came to Huyesville n lew years ago, but
he was mil allowed to build a sa
loon, but the building he did erect
was used for a Methodist preach
er's residence, the liitior man not being
able to get a toot hold, llaycsville is sit
uated in a beautiful valley. The farmers
do not raise much tobacco, the land being
given over to corn, oats and grasses.
The superior court never has over n two
days' session there, and the jail is falling
to pieces, there Iteing no reason lor keep
ing it up. The court house, however, is
n liner building than Asheville has for
the same purpose.
Mr. Justice, who is grand worthy pa
triarch o the grund division of the Sons
of teniK'rnnce ol North Carolina, is go
ing over about the same territory in
about a month for that interest. He
reiKirts the section he has visited as lie
full of hospitable ieople. He any
that Andrews, the new town on
the Western North Cnrrolina road is
beautifully situated, but that there is as
vet only one building there the depot,
that a tine one.
There Any One Here Thai
Swanminoa : C. 1'. Moss, Morris-
town, Tcnn.; M. Haxtcr and wile, Spar
tanburg, S. C; M. M. liright, Chattan
Ornml Central .J. L. Sydnor, Rich
mond, Va.; (5. F. Greer, Greensboro, S.
Ralph 1. Ncal, Kv.: G. C. Ilacot. At
lanta, Go.; R. A.Jacobs, Franklin, N. C;
1. Hill. (.. W. I'nvne. C. W. Gai land,
F. Grilling, N. C; G. H. Gallahcr,
Sweetwater, Tcnn.; J. F. Sulphen.Coluiii-
hii, s. L.
Chrn A'oiA : M. H. Robert, Marion;
T. C. Ilowin, hotel; Miss F. M. Hush,
exiiigton, Ky.; C. H. Jacobi ami wife.
Montgomery; Mrs. .is. Pinion, New Or
alis; . W. Flint! and wife, Columbia;
Mrs. William Adgar, R. A. Law, Char-
ston; .Miss Crnwlonl, L. l-linn, Andrew
McCorinick and lour girls, Columbia ; T.
nail, (tm-nvillc; Miss Allen, Terra
Haute, Ind.; Miss Roach, Indianapolis;
A. Garrett, Philadelphia ; J. M.SUf ms.
Heren, (I.; Miss Henderson, Saluda; J. F.
Real iCntHte TrauHferH.
. J. fl' rrrill and wifv to ri. Ilulnl.
Int Miillnii llriilKi slrrrt $l,Vno.oo
l KolH-rtsun nnd wilt to I M.
JonfN. lot 7ox'no un lliawassiv
M. Hill nnd wile to li A tihulunl
l.,t Iiiiik 1 ,111 n llitilv MtrtH 1 4.UOO.OO
nmttl Clinninuhnni nnd wileHttd I.
li. CunniiocliHin ntiil wilr to I,. A.
I'nriiilHdl. lot tret iront on
llillslilr street l,:r,(l oil
, A Shuford to Ins. V. Snwvcr.
lot 4j.llll on I'nuonnvtnuc 2,000.00
M. Httirnt. ntnl wile tu tn. Jur-
ret, lot 7Mx4.t in city 7o.oo
Judson Creer, a cariicnter, was ncci-
lentally shot in the arm at lii win's ten-
pin alley, on West College street last
night. Joe Stepp who attends to the nl
lev had n 1- calibre pistol in his pocket
when it dropped, The weapon wn dis
charged by the fall nnd n ball struck
ireer on tne cit arm, mnKiiic oniv a
linht skin wound. Ir. II. L. llaird
waited on him.
Reiclalrallon of Volern.
The registration of voters is still very
slow. I'p to 12 o'clock to-day Kcgistr.-tr
Suminey. in the west wnrd, had taken
irHiinmc, ion white ami 4tl colored
and Registrar Israel's books, the east
ward, showed 207 names, 1 1 1 white and
A. H. Dudley ami Rev. P. II. Joyncr "of
.reenslmro. died in that city recently.
The latter was HO years old. He leaves
a young widow.
Prof. J.J. Partridge, principal of Jones-
Miro liiL'li school, died this morning ol
typhoid fever, of which he had been ill for
some tune. t.reensooro vtorKinuii.
R. F. Hruke, register of deeds of Nash
county, died suddenly at Ills home m
Nashville recently. He seemed to lie in
K'rfcct health when he was stricken with
paralysis, lino mm ill it lew ioiiiuicb.
Mr. Rile Llute, of Clinton, who diet
recently, wn n member of the Huplist
church and u devout christian, lie was
lcrhaps the strongest ndvoente ol teni
jiernnce in the county, und it great Sun
dnv school worker.
died, last night, in Richmond, Va., Mr
M. W. Norllcet in the .list year of bis
ruie. Mr. iNorticet icit our cuv reveniiy
and went to Kichmoiiii where lie enterei
tbe St Luke's hospital hoping to fun
some relief. Winston Puilr.
A Monroe special say; Mr. llaxtr
Cox, son of Madison Cox of this county
was on us way to camp meeting nt
Zonr, S. C, and when about two miles
from the camp ground, comiilaiiicd ol a
pain in his side, and dropK'd dead, proi
ably of heart disease,
Mr. Harriet Philip, widow of the lute
Dr. I.J. Philips, and mother of Judge
Philips, Mrs. Frank Parker, Mrs. II. II.
Iliinn, Mr. J. P. Airington, Mr, (i. C.
Ilnttle, J. W. Philips, Waller Philips nnd
lion. J. II. Philips, died a few days ago
nt her home nenr llnltk-boro.
Mr, liffie Hughe died Saturday morn
ing. Mr. J. C. Blocker, ol Ceonr
creek. Cumberland county, died Friday
night niter several week' illness, lie was
in his HUth year, nnd it is supposed thut
bis death was hastened uy over work in
taking the census. He was the lather ol
Capt. O. II. Illocker. Maxtoti I'nion.
Col. Thomas Jefferson Sumner, died nt
his country residence live miles Irom Sabs
liury, Saturday night in the Ollth year of
his nge. ins aeatn was caused oy
liright' disease. Colonel Sumner never
married. He wn the brother of Henja
min Sumner, ol Lincolntoti, Julian Sum
ner, of Thomnsville, nnd Charles Sumner,
his younger brother, who is west. Col.
Sumner's sislrrs are Mr. Hoke, widow
of Col. Mike Hoke, ol Lincolnton; Mrs.
Mctlce. of Lincoluton ; Miss Ellen Sum'
ner, who lived a large part of her life
with the decensed; nnd Mrs. Charles
McKenne, of Rowan county.
ROBBED THE EXPRESS.
AND THKN TRIKI) TO KII.I.
Heveral ThouHaud Iiollnra He.
cured From an Ohio Train Thin
MornliiK The Hublwrs Uoard
the earn Airalu and Aicaln.
Tiffin, Ohio., (Jet. 2. A bold express
robbery was committed on the Cincin
nati, Sandusky and Cleveland train
south of here this in i iiing.
The Adamsex press messenger was held
up by masked men armed with revolvers
and the Bale ransacked. The loss is sup
posed to be several thousand dollars.
The robbers escaieil.
Tui.i;no, 0., Oct. 2. The lllade's spe
cial from Carey, Ohio,, gives ihisiiccount
ot the bold truin rohtx'ry near L'rbana
Immediately after the train left l'rbana,
two masked men with cocked revolvers
entered the express car probably from
the top, and coniK'llcd the Adams' ex
press messenger, A. S. Schoddcr, to
throw up his hands. They then tied
him securely, and robbed the sale ol
packages containing several thousand
dollars, and oilier valublcs.
While thev were at work a brakcinnn
attempted to enter the car and was
shot ut by one rolilwr. The brakcinnn
gave the alarm and the train was slowed
up to give an opportunity to capture the
rohlicrs, but they jumped from the train
just us it was entering West Liberty und
disupiwnrcd on tbe darkness, it then be
ing about 5 o'clock.
Messenger Sciulilcr was bound in his
One of the robbers, called "Jack" by
his companion, More leaving the car
placed his revolver against Scudder's
cud and pulled the trigger, but the enrt
ridge tailed to explode. The other rob-
icr then prevented unit Irom trying
U hen the train pulled out ot West Lib
erty the two scoundrels again gut
aboard, holding the entire crew at hay.
Seudder, who had liecn released, then
oieued lire on them trom his cur door,
nit was conniellea to retreat. I ne roo-
licrs kept on hoard until Hcllcfontninc
was reached, when thev again jumped oil
anil disapiicured. Ollicers at Delictum
tninc are searching for them.
Sc udder is about 50 years old, lives in
Cincinnati and has luin on this run since
the Adams company took charge of the
xpiess liiiKiiiess on it, aiioui three years
mo. lie was previously in tne same
company's employ on the Ohio river lines.
lc had just received his months salary
and that was among the booty.
I'RIKMUS CF IRKLAND.
A lllic Meellnical IndlanapollH De-
Iniiunai-oi.is, Ind., Oct. 2. Tomlinson
hall, which scats fi000ieoplc, was packed
last night by friends of the Irish cause,
who had assembled to express their sen
timents regarding the recent arrest ol
lullnnnnd O'llrien nnd the conduct ot
their trial at Tipiierarv. Mayor Sulli
van presided and made a stirring appeal
in behiill ol Ireland. Rev. J. S. Jeiikcs. ol
St. I'uiil. Minn., and Hon. Win. 11. En
glish, Judge X. U. Taylor, nnd other
prominent speakers addressed tne meet
iiiu. A lomr series ol re-solutions was
adopted, among them one which, alter
. i o..i:ul. ......
denouncing uHiiour iiuu oiiiibuhi,
olcdL'cd the niectiui! by "all honorable
means at our command to sustain the
Irish ncoiile in that urcat moral struggle
Ulllll ll euimiuaic. iiiliickiiiiiiiubumik.v'
ment of home rule for Ireland."
A Hpy In Time of Peace.
I'akis, Oct. 2. Madame Rennet, the
woman arrested at Cannes on suspicion
of iK'ing n ticriiiiin spy and in whose pos
session were found plans of the defences
l that place, lias conlesscil. bhe was in
thceinolov ol thclierinau government nt
a monthly salary ol SliO liesiiles which
she received $:l daily lor traveling ex-
Al'I'MKS OF COXSEOl'EXCE.
Emperor William has started on his
journey to iciina.
The royal physicians declare that there
is no cause lor serious anxiety regarding
the condition ot the king ot Holland.
Mr. lledlev, of the cutter Isabel, of
Hartlepool, ICnulaiid, and his crew w
massacred in New (jniiica while fishing
A t'lernmu lady hns been nrrested nt
Cannes. France, who had in her posses
sion a iiuinlhT of topographical churls of
the deleuse ol the toivn.
The Russian minister of the interior
nt'enarim! a law am horizon: thedeportn
tiou to Silieriu, without trial or formality
ol auv kind, ol all lorcigucr who liny
iKcn exiH'lled from their own countric
und whose government refuse to recog
nine them. Tins law is directed against
tbe mass of Roumanian Jews who come
Congress iiiliourned yesterday after
The New York Central railrond has
declared its quarterly dividend of one
The lenniiiL's Luce works, in flrooklyn
hnve been sold to a llritish syndicate for
Frederick Hillings, ex-president of the
Northern Pacific railroad, died Tuesday
evening nt Woodstock, Vl.
Conirressmiin Vuux has not yet ac
cepted the nomination for Congress from
the third district ol l eiinsvivania.
Georgia went democratic yestcrdny.
The state legislature will be overwhelm
ingly made up from the Farmer' alliance,
n joint vote in both houses being more
than two-third alliance.
liulge A. C. Haskell, of Columbia, S. C.
a democrat, has issued a manifesto de
nouncing a unqualifiedly false Tillman's
chnrges ot corruption against the demo
crats, who have ruled the state since
1870, nnd contending that no democrat
should vote for him, nnd thnt a ticket
should be run against him. It i author
itatively stated that within the next ten
dnv Haskell will be formally placed in
the field for governor by his straight out
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAUB MARK RBG18TBRBD.
mBsoluiely AFt, Perfectly sure and
Cures l-.very Vurlly.of Headache
AND NOTHING ULbU.
Hua earned lor itself
the enviable reputa-
lion of being the tineat, most cUcctive
aud reliubic uriiclr u. the market tor the
speedy rebel uud cure ol every variety uf
cum common trouble, IIkaiucuk. The
auuieuse lavur which ban greeted it Irom
il quarters, proves us true merit and
acceptability to the public. It la so rue-
(.iutig wuicu uiuiusl everyone needs, und
tuobc wuo have oucc tried it, will never
l or it curutive powers it docs not de-
peud upou tlie subtle lutlueuces oi such
poikouous drugs us
CHLORAL ASU C0CALNH,
aiuce it does uot couiuiu tin aiom ol
cither ol these, ll is absolutely tree trom
njunuua cueuuculs, uud cuu be taken by
ouug uud old wiliioul leur or serious
csuiis. ll is Uv a Cuiiiurlic, does uot
oisurruiige tuc siouucu, una cumulus
uo uoxious or sickening ingredients.
the peculiar udvuutuges ol Auliuu-
luiue cousisl lu lis being tuoiougUiy
eiiubie ua u cure lor uuy kmd ol Ueud-
acuc wuuoul lespect to cause leu v lug
uo uuplcusaul or uuuuyiug ulter-eUecu,
us m tuc cuse ol other ao-cuiled "harm-
ikS rciuedies. luese quulllies uiukc it
iue uiosi popului uud suieuulc uriicie in
iuc uiutaei, wueievcr tuuwu,
LuKtie. ..u.i fuK I'btt.
Tbe dune lor an auull u two teaepounluis
,u a wiuc alaM ut water. Doec lur ctouurva
prupuruuu. aceuruina w age. la ciUtcr
uk tuc uuk van be rcucatcU evcr tint tjr
oiiuuve uuul a cure w cuceicu. Ouc uuk wui
djwuyi drive away an attack ut llcauacnc.
jiuuiuuii; uut u Uic Mtutck la weu uu, and
uuvriua is mu-UK, tnv wreouU ur uuru lluac
utuj ik rciiuireu. Isuuliy a grcaur nutuuer
j uoac. m required tu cUcet tlie mat cure
man la uecdcu lur uu .ucuccduig tunc mere-
uiu-r, abuwiua tuut tbe uiedlelue i aceuuiu-
ativc ut lie cuecta, uudiua tuward aa event
ual peruiuuent cure.
46 SOl'TU MAIN STREET,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
Stylish droM. trimmings,
full stock full and wintor un
tk'i'wpnr for Ladies, Misses
Kid (SIuvoh for stiwt, dress
ami urmnir, coi'BetH, nuna-
kerchiefs, hosiery, fancy
goods, table linens, curtain
drapery, sheetings, blankets
BLAZERS AND WRAPS.
We are offering tho largest
variety of Blazers nnd Fancy
Wraps for early fall wear,
ranging from $2.00 upwards.
The moHt stylish carments
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. Call and examine our
new fall stock.