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Asheville Daily C
"A m"n may drink and not get drunk
A man may fight and not be slain,
A man may kiss a bonnie lass,
And yet be welcomed back again,"
but he can't vote unless he is registered.
VOLUME VI. NO. 144.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place pltumed and devel
oping 118 11
Situated in tlm
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hen lth-
fulness and beuuty of
An elevation of .'l.HOO feet ,
It is being laid out with
taste and ' skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable phife for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated" pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
Pull stuck Ladle..
Mlaacs' and ChiMrra's
Wraps In the latest styles.
Alao a full and complete
Line of Underwear.
30 South Main Street.- 30
83 M. MAIN T., A8HBVII.LB,
IS TMS PLACS ma
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Walts. B. Owva, W.
GVYN & WEST,
4 successors to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans) Securely Placed at S
Notary Public. Commissioners ol Deeds.
FFICK oattaesuM Const aqaar.
LIST TO THE HURBYIN8 FEET I
Of the Hundreds who are coming to Aahcvlllc
to aprad the Pall aad Winter.
All tkoat who hare hoaers to rent should
call on as at ones, as we hive many applica
tions tor both furnished and unfurnished
houses, which ws are at present unable to
REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room) Jkio, McAfee Block,
Patton An., Aahevllle. N, C,
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W, T. Crawford aitva that H O. Bwart
told him that he heard Jim Cudgcr any thnt
Uob Vance told him that Kope Bliaa heard
thnt there was no doubt hat W. W Kollina
aid thst Tom Johnaton thought that Bib
Purman had told Hitting Uull that Buffalo
Kill had declared to J H. Courtney that It
was generally believed that Han ReynoMa
bad aaid in plain term that he heard Jack
Worley aay that hi. Mend John I.. Hulllvnn
had aaid that Bill Denver Informed him at
the confrrcaalunal convention In thla city that
itwaauwell known In. a that the Mouar
keepers' Union bad caught Ocn. Cllnitmnn in
anylns; that In hla opinion It waa a mutter or
fact and of RTea'. public Intercut that J. J.
Mackry Intimated to Jeaa Luwrr that Bill
Nye had aaid while attending the county ran
vent Ion In.t Saturday that anyone caught
reading- thia ahull rcinlr at once to the .tore
of A. D. COul'KK, North Court Mquurc, and
Inapect hia mammoth stock of all kind, of
Groceries, Provialona, Ike, where arrange
tucnta have been made to furnish you all
kinds of Staple and Puncy Groccrlca of the
Meat Quality at the Lowest Price..
)N SENSE TALK.
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is all in. and is com
plete. This stock was bought
so that we can sell it at our
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. Oth
will be from 10 ets. to 50 cts
on the dollar higher, particu
larly Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
Fall and Winter goods in nl
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats. Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps nnd Glassware,
We can fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for thegrandfather,
from a marriage to a funeral
lou must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer.
then come to us, we can fill
out the balance 01 your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to our store and
learn our prices before you
buy, nnd it often amounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try eople particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress
es, Overcoats, Pant Cloth,
and Blankets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they can buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, a nr remember the place,
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loans sc urely placed at a per cent.
U a M Patton Avenue Second floor.
( Formerly of Lyman At Child I.
OIBcc No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loans securely placed at per esnt.
Lara cool, airy rooms, houer newly fur-
nl-herli a-ooil talils, Terms reasonable, on
street ear lint
Mho. J. L, SMATHKRS,
SIM Patton Are.
pRBHPAMIURS TAKB NOTICB.
am innnni are notified thnt all lands be-
lonvlnu to the Wist A.hrvllle Improvement
Company and It. O. Carrier, In the vicinity of
the milpnur SimnSI anu weal AMm-vinr, nr
posted. B. U. CAKK1IIK.
Go to Carmichacl's Drug
store with your prescription
where you will at' oil times
find a full line of pure fres
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked wit
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign tint:
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip-
tion will be filled correct ant
t hat you will be charged
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Nigh
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street.
Asheville, N. C.
t n cmitu nn
I S US Ullll I II W UUlf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ONE PRICE STORE.
A fw items in fine'qunlities
to which we invite special at
tention. Men's, Hoys' and Children's
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
All wool Dress Goods, Silks
Men's and Hoys' Derby and
Soft Hats and Caps.
79 PATTON AVE.
Is our motto, and we know the people ap
predate It, for they have proven It bv thrlr
(literal patronace. We think that wt are
better prepared now thnn ever before to lv
onr customers tbt bcnctlt of low prices In
Our lara experience and Increasing busi
ness Juatlry ns In making thla atatement. It
Is necillras fbr ns to enumerate the dlfttrrnt
articles wt carry. Wt stll the
And can always jruarantec them to irlvt satis
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Oar facilities fbr delivering- Roods promptly
POWKLL Jk SNIDER,
WIIOLRRALB AND RETAIL 0ROCURR,
Cor. Patton Avrnut and Mala ttratt.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
MEETING AT PITTSBURG OF THE
NO BTRlKEv ORDRRKD OIS THE
KRIK AS RKPORTEO,
Pittsiii'KO, Pa., Oct. 81 .The business
of the convention of the International
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer is
progressing rapidly, iinilmi adjournment
in about ten dnys is exiwctcd. The ses
sions continue secret, but it litis been
learned thnt the proposition ol 'federation
with the trainmen's organization has
been rejected. A new execulit .-committee
has been appointed n follows: Edward
Kent, of Erie, chairman : Col. Nat. Saw
yer, N. Y. Central; II. M. Clarke, Denver;
Col,; Ash Kently, Winncpcg, Man ; Hani.
Brown, Merry, Pa.; u. H. lorvcr, Tern
At the nieetinu of the committee last
night $2,025 was distributed anions the
widows, orpnans, anil indigent nieiniK'
of fifty of the 4"a divisions of the orde
1 his amount was distributed a mom;
tv-aix persons. The committee on sH'cial
charities, John Puffcnlicrger, of New
York, chairman, also held a nicetim; and
uisuurscu consiticrn oie monev.
Atlanta. On., and Minnenoolis and St.
Paul. Minn., have been suggested us t lit
places for holding the next meeting. The
Western delegates have combined in f.
vorol St. Paul. A iiroiniiicut delegate
stated innt tne assertion made by n
newspaper that the convention had' op
drred a strike on the Erie road, is false.
The subiect has not been brought before
ikici-: io i p,
Tbc McKlnley Hill in Hard on Ibe
PlTTHIUK.i, I'll., Oil. 31. Paul II
llneke, ti.e lcadiuii di v coods importc
f the city, when asked idxjiu the clfcct
of the new t.irill. said :
"As the bill wa uottrn ui Hilclv in tbc
nicresi 01 me inanulaetiircr he must trer
tuiuly be tne gamer and he is. Low
priced nrcss goods Unit cost .if'-j cents
will cost H'J to A3 cents to niiiin t. The
American inanuiactiirers make largely in
iow pnecii goons irom s ui lid cents.
nil right here it is n am where I liev will
e tne gamers. He have bad to cn.iccl
ur orders for low orie.d (uriuaii uml
'rench goods. There is one thing ecr-
1111 this bill is the iksi deniocralicc.im-
paign diH iiinciit that has Ihx-,i out foi
cars. Why. this is the brst time the
ver.igc uiivcr n.is iHVIeil.ll ed to luni! an
lea ot what tanll reallv umoiiiited I
rovuiKNCK. K.I.. Oct. 21. rhceHectf
it the .MeKiuIey hill arcdailv lieinir ui.idi
manliest m this state. The Harris wool-
n null, the lamest in W'omisockct. will
hut down January 1. the owners desir
ing to wait before thi v stni t i.i on tl.cir
spring goods till thev can asexrlani how
le new tariff measures is naVciim: their
a rroviiicnce eiotlner solil a suit to a
gulnr customer, and u In n the Intirr
icked at the price the merchant demon
strated to the pui chaser iKiiiaily that
witiiiii seven days the pnee lor that par
ticular pattern hud gone up to the extent
ILLINOIS DI:IO.K ATM.
Tlicy Arc Out for Victory and May
ClIICAdo, Oct. 1U. The democrats of
Illinois, undaunted bv a long scries of tio-
liticnl reverses, are this vear making a
supreme effort. Under the In illiant and
inspiring lendofexC.ovcrnor I'a liner thev
linye laid aside laclional cpiarrels, closed
their ranks, nnd arc nivssiiii' forward so
resolutely that some alarm exists among
the republican busses us to the outcome.
Illinois has been one of the most stead
st of Republican states, nnd an un
broken line of republican governor for
many years testifies to its past lovallv to
that party. In 1HH0 C.nilield Ita'd a pin-
litv ol over 4II.IKI0. Illaiue bad 2.H27
IHHi mid Harrison had 22.11) in
IHHK. These figures are not reassuring
Illinois demoerncv. nnd vet thev have
gone into the fight this vear as it thev
meant and expected to win. New York
MAILOKtV IROkKN I.KUH.
Accident on the nrlllxti HquHdron
I Hc ttulurdny.
,oni)on, Oct. 21. The storm that pre
vailed along the north British coasts
Saturday was followed by a dense fog.
When it lifted to-day vice Admiral Sir
Michael Culme Seymour and twenty-four
oHicersnnd men belonging to the llritish
fleet who were left on slioic at Sear tr
ough Saturday morning when the Stiuad
ron put to sen to rsrnie bring blown
ashore, bonrilcltlicl'iinierdown. While
shipping the nneli.ir Saturday the cable
ol the CnniM-dnwn gave way nnd se
verely injured thirteen of the crew, three
legs nnd arms and ribs bring broken.
Three other vrsscls belong to the fleet
linvc signalled that fatal accidents oc
curred on board during the storm.
A TFI.KPIIONK UlRI,.
RcapoiiHlble For n orcnt stoclttl
I plieatcl In Tcstan.
Fokt Worth, Oct. 21. Mis Aditie
Cullen, n telephone girl, left here last
night ticketed through to New York city
where she will be met by ex-Mayor V. 8.
Pendleton nnd a second marriage cere
mony be iwrlormrd.
Mr. Pendleton No. 1 wn granted n
divorce a lew weeks since and this second
marriage will close the most sensational
society upheaval known in the history ot
Texas. Mr. Pendleton has begun the
practice of law in New York city and has
purchased a home thrir.v
I'ndrr Ilie Lincoln Monument.
Ni'HiNUFiiil.K. III., Oct. 21. Robert T.
Lincoln has decided to bring the remains
of hi only son, Abraham Lincoln, to
Springfield and drKisit the bodv In
crypt in the Lincoln monument. The ns
soclution yesterday pnssed resolutions
agreeing to iermit the burial hereafter of
the Lincoln lu'iiily In the same place.
Democratic V.sKlovcrnor DylntT.
St. Paul, Oct. 21. -Gen. 11. Ilnstlngs
Sibley, tltc first governor of Minnesota
and the only democrat who ever held
that office, suffered stroke of onrnlvsis
yesterday and is in a critical condition.
NTKRNAL REVKM'l! OFFICE.
Rooms on North Main Hlreet etc
lected for the office.
Major W. W. Rollins, internal revenue
collector for this district, returned yes
terday ultcrnoon from Stutesville. The
collector's office nnd its equipments were
turned nvc.to Major Kollins in Stutes
ville Saturday and the oath of office ad
ministered to him. The stumps from the
branch offices throughout the distrii
have been examined and returned to the
ijenerni kc venue Agent aewell came
to Asheville with Mujor Rollins und to
gether they spent this morning in look
ing for a place lor the offices here. The
rooms selected are in Hampton & Fenth
erston's building, on North Main street.
Tlurre are nine rooms in the suite nnd
the occupy almost the entire second
floor. The trout rooms are all in
cluded and the remainder are
over Hampton & Peatherston's sa
loon. Six hundred dollars pcrytaris the
price to lie paid for them. Considerable
work will have to be done on the room
before they will lie ready lor the office to
be moved to Asheville! Major Rollins
will divide lus time between atntesvillc
and Asheville until the removal is made,
He hocs to be ready to move bv Nov,
10 nt the very latest.
Mr. John Nichols, chief clerk of thi
olhcc, who was also sworn in snturdu
is now in charge of the business at
Major Rollins' salary as collector will
be $4,500 per year. He will retain some
ol Haves' clerks, but has not made the ij-
ACCIUKNT INHI KAMCE.
Form Ih to Iviiicaiie
Paris, Oct. 21. A duel occurred to-dnv
between M. Paul Deroulidc and M. Run-
nch, growing out of the debate in the
chamber of deputies yesterday relative to
the action of the government against
ltoulangists. In the course oft lie debate
M. IX-roulide insulted M. Kuiiaeh bv des
cribing him ns "thai laekev of all admin
istrntions. 1 lie weapons used at the
duel were pistols. I uentv-live paces
were marked on liv tnr c-oiicls, ami the
principals then took their positions.
At the word l. Kuiiaeh bred, but his
shot lied wide ol its mark. M. Ik-roulidr
lid not fire. M. Riinach' seconds then
in. posed thai the duel Ik; continued, but
M. Dcioiilidc declined to accede to ti e
THKV Wll.l. NOT l-OHUFT
Narrow F.cnpe nt Two Member
of lite Hrltioh Iron AMNoclatlon.
Oiattanooo.v, Oct. 21. Two members
of the llritish Iron und Steel institute
had an cxix-riincc here that thev will
I liev were walking over the trestle on
he summit of the mountain and were
night by an approaching train. On out
side was a rock wall 100 leet high; on
the other a precipice ol 100 leet. The
tics were too short to stand on without
Ix'ing struck by the curs. In their tear
ful ilcliinmu they lay down as fur ns titer
ouiii gel, nut nv tne merest cluince the
engine wus stopped just bclore it reached
THK HANGED ANARCIIISTH.
Tbclr Deatha to be Remembered
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 21. The nnarchists will
commemorate, on Nov. 11, the hanging
three year ago of Spiel, Fischer, Eugel
and Parsons, The program outlined in-
udts a visit to the auiirchista' graves at
Waldheim where Mr. Schultz, of New
ork, will speak in Oerman, Mr. Miko-
landn in llohrmian and nrobablv I'rof.
tiardisc in English. A large ball will Ix
secured for the memorial exercises and
arrangements made for a big street pa
rade. BEAT THK NF.W YORK.
TheTcatoalc Winn the Laat Ocean
London, Oct. 21. TlicttenmerTucton
, which cleared the bur at New York at
34 a. m., Oct. 13, hound for Liverpool,
as signalled off Itrowht-ad nt 0.27 this
morning, I lie City ol New ork, sailed
troll! New York for Liverpool the same
lay ns the Teutonic nnd crossed the linr
lour minute abend of her, wus signalled
II the xiiiit ut 1 1 ..III a. m. to-day.
HOT AT THK CSAH.
Another Attempt on tha I.lfe of
Paris, Oct. 21. The livrrumcnt lias
dvicr from St. Petersburg stating that
s the train in which the Cinr was trav
eling on his way to St. I'etersbiirg Irom
his hunting trip in Poland, wn passing
rod no, a shot was tired at tile train
from the ruiiway station there.
Tobacco In Hand.
Wasiiiniiton, Oct. 21. Applications
have been made to the treasury depart
ment by imiortrrs, who had tobacco in
bonded warehouses prior to the passage
of the act ol Oct. 1, 1 !(, for permission
to withdraw Ibe tunc nt weight ns ns-
rtamrd at the time ol said withdrawal.
A.Miatmit Secretary Siinublinir snvs
that n'trr a careful consideration of tlic
matter, the department is of the opinion
thnt such npplicntiotiacnimot Ik granted.
He' a ljtdcraplnner,
Nohwicii. Oct. 21. The gilded pine
cross on the steeple of St. Patrick's
church in this city has become rotten,
and a copH-r one Is to be put in it place.
"Steeple" Charley Taylor, of Leoniinis
ter, Mass., is doing the job. The ttieplr
is 17ft feet high, nnd the climlsrr Roe up
the stone shaft on the tun side. He wink
in the night s thnt people innv not find
nut his process ol ladder spinning.
Kapreaa Company Aitalnal the
Nkw York, Oct. 21. Thet'nitetl States
lixpress company has Issued pcrrmptorr I
orders to all of it agent not to receive
money, lickel or lists of drawings from
the Loui.lana lottery eomany, or in
any way to assist In the transaction ol j
Southern coal for Knront,
Norfolk, Vn., Oct. 21. Yesterday
shipment of seven hundred ton of I'oca-,
nomas coni was mnoe irom unmocri s
Point to Loudon in a llritish steamship, i
This Is the first shipment ol steamer coal
ever made from the south to Europe. I
THEV ARF. TO RE IN HOl'TII
The AHlievllle Park and Hotel Co.
to Have Their Hotel Kendy for
1801 A sttreet Itullwat to be Con-
The Asheville Park and Hotel com.
pany lias issued a very handsome pros
pectus in pamphlet form, of their intended
This company owns n magnificent site
on the southern slojc of Heauinont ridge
containing niiout two hundred acres ol
Innd and including what is known as
"Hnzzard's Point," and the Wharton
nnd McDowell prox-rtic8, with a front
age of l.HOO feet on South Main street
sheltered from winds and commanding n
view of surpassing loveliness. The silt
overlooks the valleys of the Swanuanoii
und French Hrond rivers and Asheville
nnd the properly recently purchased In
Mr. Ucorge Vandcrbilt, mid command).
hne views of the mountains surrounding
It is proposed to set apart about sev
enty-five acres of this tract for the bote
iimlding and parks, and the remainder
to lw divided into resilience sites, to Ix
sold. Wide roads will lead to the hotel
with a line of electric street cars cornier
iug with the present system of Asheville.
and these with thcclcctric road leading t
Uiltmorc will make access easy.
A force of CO hands is now ut work on
a street to lead from South Main at tin
Southern edgeot the Uuchunan urotx-i-tv
bv a circuitous and well untiled route ti
the hotel. This road will Ik- 50 feet with
and one mile in lenutll. The distance ti
the hotel site from tlie court house liv
this street will lie about a mileund three-
A street car line will lie limit on this
street. It will in all nrobabilitv Ik- (unr
ated ny me Asheville St. Kail way Co.
Mnitu- T. II. Ilomur listhe civil enuinci-
who has been engaged in the work ol
laying on the grounds.
I lie hotel to Ik- built will contain about
400 rooms and plans will be submitted
to tne Hoard ot tlucctors by prominent
architects. Theeost of thchuildinc when
completed will oe Ix-twcen three mid tour
thousand dollars. It is cxiK'cted to have
t lie omitting ready liv the oKMiing ot tbt
winter season oi inui.
lutereallnic HubjectM for UIhcum-
Dr. )eVitt Webb will deliver an nd
dress on 'Shell Mounds in Florida," be
fore the Lyceum to-morrow night. Tin
meeting is to lie held in the new room in
the llarnard building, which the ladies art
temporarily preparing. Dr. Webb's sub
leet is a very interesting one and wili
loubtless lie well treated, as lie
has madc a cnielul study ol it. Col. J
1). Cameron, who bad Ix-en selected ti
deliver an atldress on "Mica und its As
stH-intions Ix-lorc the stx-ietv Nov. 5.
will by request six-uk to-morrow mi: In
instead, ins siihiect is kindled to Dr.
Webb's, nil hough of more Itx-al interest.
as it will treat of Western North Caro
lina. Farmera Walch for Them.
It is understood that then-are repulili-
'unsfrom Henderson couatv in Iluuconilx
btimiiig to be alliance men nnd demo
crats ami trying to itillucrce the mem-
lx-r nl the iillinnce to vote tor Ewarl.
DemiM-ratic farmers would do well to
winch lor them.
Progf-en of HvulHtratlon.
The total registration in the two wards
I thccilV lit 3 o'clock to-thiv wii.IHT.Y
The east ward book showed '751 names.
451) while and 2U2 colored. In the west
ward the numlicr is 7l)3 white and
Marriage license ha Ix-en issued to W.
rook ami Miss liinniu Rollins, both nl
Down on l.owNccked Ureaac.
KuzAiiKTii. Oct. 21. -The Rev. Father
Ocssner of St. Patrick's church on lust
ndav night ordered some Icmulc meni-
Iktsoi Iiis congregation to leave a so
ciable given bv the I-at her Matthew Urn-
malic corps in aid of the church, hecuum
hey apix-ured in low-necked dresses. He
won't tolerate it ut any affair given bv
the societies connected with the church.
A. I'. Mullet Dead.
Washington, Oct. 21. A. H. Mullet.
formcrlv suiKTvising nrehilect of the
rensury, mid for several years n succtss-
fill architect in private practice, shot
nd killed tiimsfll to-night at his home in
An Kanurttated Joke.
"What kind ol n climate ha II ligo
land ?" "Rather d nip, I fancy."
A 1TA AVS' HI-' CO.XSIiiJl li.XCE.
Mount .-Plan is in n state of eruption,
the whole eastern side being covered with
a thick layer of cinders,
Tramwny employe in Vienna are on a
strike, and as a result the service in that
city is entirely uM.-udcd.
During tlie past week there wn great
excitement at Lyon, Prance, over the
McKinley torifl Inw, ami the representa
tive from that district in the chandler of
deputies gave notice that he will in the
chamber demand retaliation for the in
creased duties which the new I'tiitcd
States law places on French goods.
Mr. nnd Mts. RoIkti Garrett arrived
in llallimore Sunday from their European
A committee of dentists will request
8uKTintcndent Porter, of the census, lo
withdraw the uiiiiirics stut to t licit) ns
A number ol other Italians have been
arrested in New Orleans, charged with
being accessories to the minder of Chief
of Police llenmssy.
The lower house of the Ohio Iruislattirr
alter a stormy session, refused lo tins
t,lr "inle " Hiving the governor power
f mnf the "'mlier of the Cincinnati
'x"""'1 ol li"Pn'venient and providing
f"r "cw u,",rd wilh 't"i
iiennwagnrr.ni Windsor, Out., is ex
hibiting a painting which wns sent him
recently at the dying retpirst of the
momcr suierior oi an rrsulitie convent
nt Prngtie, Austria. The picture is wit h-
out tloulit one that lias been searched
after vainly for over 200 years. It is
"The Crucifixion," painted by Hans .
Mending early m tits liltecnth century. I
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as in the case of other so-called "barm-
less" remedies. These quulities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, whciever known.
DIRBI..ON8 FOR VBB.
Thedoac fur an adult is two teaapoonfuls
n a wine itltiiior water, tioac for children
in proHrtlun. accortlina to axe la either
ne the duac can be repeated every thlrt
tnlnuca until a cure la effected. One dose will
always drive away an attack of Headache.
if taken when first feeling the premonitory
symutuina; hut If the uttuck la well on. and
tin. ring la Intense, the second or third doe
may be required, faultily a greater number
f dosea Is required lo effect the drat cure
hn l needed lor any aucceedlnn time there
after, ahowina that the medicine la acenmn-
ntlve in its effects, tending toward an event.
unl K-rninnent cure
For sale at
6 HOl'TH MAIN HTREKT,
AKIIKV1LI.E, N. C.
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