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VOLUME VI. NO. 146.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890.
ursrRt t ANRriTK I as. as ass ipiiia I ,,. t 5nru, i- Tl,i. I..-,.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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A place planned and devel
oping as a
' GftEAT RESORT.
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hen lth
J'ulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress,! LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co.,N. C.
Hull .tuck Ladica.
Mlesee' and Childrcn'e
Wrap. In the latcat etylca.
AIk lull and complete
Line of Underwear.
30 South Main Btreet.so
33 8. MAIN ST.. A8HBVI1.LB.
ItTHK PLACS ro
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
"Views and Sketches.
Walts B. Own, W. W. Win.
GVYII & WEST
(ccceeora to Walter B.Owyo)
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at S
Notary Public. Commtaeionere of Deeds.
OFFICB ontkCJeat Conrtetoiuare.
USTTO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, who are coming to A.hevllle
to apend the Pall and Winter.
All thoae who hare hou.ee to rent .hould
all oa a. at once, a. wc have many applica
tion, for both furnished and unfurnlihed
boueea, which we are at present unable to
JRNKS eft JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room A 10, McAfee Block,
SR pattnn An., A.hevllle, N. C.
F. A. GRACE.
Who Told You So?
W, T. Crawford .are that H O. Kwnrt
told him that he heard Jim Gurigcr ny thot
Uolt Vance told him that Kope Uliaa heard
thut there wa. no doubt 'hat W. W Kollin.
aid thut Tom Johnaton thouxht that Boh
Purman hnd told Sitting Bull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney thut It
waa generally lielleved thnt Han Reynold.
had aald In plain trrme thnt he heard Jack
Worley aay that hla friend J tin L. Sullivan
had aald that Dill Denver Informed him at
the consrraalunul convention in thia city thnt
itwnaawvll knonn fact that the Houer
kecKra' Union hnd caught O n Clingman in
saving thnt In hla opinion it waa a matter of
fuct and of great public interrat that J. J.
Mackey Intimated to Jcaa Lowrr that Kill
Nye had aald while attending the county eon
vention Inat Saturday that anyone caught
reading thia ahull repair nt once to the atore
of A. D. COOPBH, North Court Huuurc, and
inspect hla mnmmoth atotfc of all kind, of
(Sroccriee, Provlaiona, Ac, where' arrange.
menta have Iwen made to furniah you all
kinda of Staple and Fancy Grocerica of the
Heat Quality at the Lowest Pricea.
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is all in. and in com
plete. This stock waisbonght
so that we can sell it at our
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. (ith
will be from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larly Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
Fall and Winter goods in nil
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep e erything in
Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps and (llassware.
We can fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for the grn ndfather,
from a marriage to u funeral.
You must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer,
then come to us, we can fill
out the balance of your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to our store and
learn our prices before you
buy, and it often amounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try people particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, lints, 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, and remember the place,
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loan. securely placed at S per cent.
34 30 Patton Avenue . Second floor,
( Formerly of Lyman A Child ),
Office No. 1 -Ueffal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Huaiuesa
Loan, aecurely placed at per cent.
Large cool, airy
rooma, hoitee newly fur
nl-heili good table.
Term, rcaaonaoie. ua
.treet car line.
MK8.J. L. SMATHRRS,
81 H Pnttoa Ate.
f RBSPASHURS TAKB NOTICB.
All peraona are notified thnt all landa be-
inn. .in., in tho Writ A.hevllle Improvement
Company and B. (. Carrier, In the vicinity of
tne nuipnur nunnua anu nnii -mii-t,,,-.
poated. H. O. CAKKIHR.
(Jo to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will a t all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemiculs, and at
low prices. II is 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
prescnptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered
No. .0 South Main Street.
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Our Autumn stock is now
very full nnd attractive, and
we are selling n large quanti
ty of goods. The stock was
selected with great rare, as
suring very btte and fashion
able styles at bottom figures,
the important advance in
prices which has occurred
since the purchase making
the goons specially cheap.
As we shall have to pay
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: Buy early such articles
as you exect to use this sea
son. H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stery Goods, Hats,
Carpets nnd Gener
7 & 9 PATTON AVE.
I. our motto, and we know the prople ap.
predate It. for they have proven It by their
liberal patronage. We think that wc arc
better prepared now than ever before to give
our customer, the benefit of low price. In
Our large eiiierlenve and Increnalng hual
nca. Justify ua In making thia atntcmcnt. It
la needlra. for ua to enumerate the different
article, we carry, We aell the
And can alwaya guarantee them to gireantla
faction both In
QUALITY - AND
Our fadlltlea for delivering gnoda promptly
POWELL eft SNIDER,
WIIOLBSALB AND RBTAIL OROCUKS,
Cor. Patton Avenue and Mala Street.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
TI.RRIBl.H COI.I.IHION IIS
SEVERAL LIVES LOST. NONE
The fa llowing fiiapntrh Klioulil have been
recciven nv i nn citizkn yratcrilay, but wn
uciayt-u owing to tnc eluriu.J
Sloans, Tenn., Oct. 23. -A terrible nc-
cident occurred near here yesterday. The
train, involved were friijiht train No. 22
north bound, and puscn",cr No. 5, Huiilli
No. 5 leaves Cincinnati at 8 p. m. An
other passenger train leave Cincinnati
an hour earlier. Both these were
neia nt Somerset, Kentucky, two
hour, or niore on account of a 1'rcinlil
wreck which occurred south of that place
lucsuny nujnt. Wlien llie trarit wns
clear, the forcmou Central train started
out from Somerset lirst and met anil
passed safely a northbound train.
Then, at a safe distance behind
the lated No. 5 sUrted out. Freight
train No. 22, northbound, was side
tracked at Sloan's Valley. When the first
Cincinnati train passed south. The crew
of the freijjht apienr to have overlooked
the fact that No. 8 was to follow and
they pulled out and started northward
Less than a quarter of a mile away they
entered the tunnel, which is one-sixth ol
a mile Ioiik. in the most hopeless place
that trainmen ever met death.
The engines of the two trains dnhei
into each other, and the cars followed
and jammed into each other in a mass.
Then Aimc the milled horror of n con
No description of the scene hnsvetheei.
received. Only the bare result has been
tcleKrnphed to the officers of the road
They are that tiiemeu Gould and Welch
brakeinau John li. Montgomery, cxprci
mcssciijjcr Bdwaril KufTucr, and it mail
auent were killed.
Engineer Taylor of the passenger train
nnd I'im Lott of the freight train wen
bndly burned. The liaKjjaKC master way
No pnsseiifjtrs were killed. If any are
injured the names are not yet .iscm.iincil.
The burning ol the tram in the mum
renders it imp ssihlc to clear the ir.n U
ut readily ns it could le done in ok i
ground, the smoke and licit preventing
the men from entering,'.
Transfers will lie made until the tunnel
can lie cleared.
There were two mail axcuts on tin
train, J. I.. Civic ami C. I'. I ul.ni.
Which one of them is killed is not yet
known. Ud. Kullaer, nuMiiK.cr of tin
United Slates Hxprcss eouiinny, killed,
wus a married man living at llond Hill,
near this cilv.
A PAkHICMfil'IM'H HrilMV,
The Wreck an Awful One-III
Ciiattanoora, Oct. 2:t. Mr. (Worm
11. Drown and family were passengers ""
the ill-fated Cincinnati Southern train.
Mr. Urown said that the wreck was a
most awful one, nnd he felt certuin thai
there was a much greater loss ol life t linn
hnd been reported. He IhIjiciI to extract
eight passengers Irom the coach that was
in front of the one that he vns in, and
said it was nn iniossiliility for any one
to get to the two conches that were
abend of this one. The tunnel was com
pletely filled with splinters of the
The trainmen were powerless to render
the sufferers any nid, for the heat was so
intense that no hiimnn could enter the
tunnel. They could hear the cries ol the
victims in the burning timbers,
After awhile an engine enmedown from
Somerset nnd till of the surviving passen
gers got into the Pullman ears and were
pulled back to Somerset. linrlv Yester
day morning they were earticd back to
the tunnel, nnirwcrceoiniK'llctl to climb
over the mountain a distance of hull a
mile in the mud and rain to a train on
the opposite sitle of the tunnel, where the
passenger wus waiting which brought
them to this city. This train did ni
stop long enough on the way for the
passengers to procure anything to eat.
So they were a day ami night without
any food, liight injured passengers were
extricated from the wrecked curs, none
of whom were scriotislv injured.
MIX WliKK KII.I.Kn.
A I.lHt of the) lU-Hd and ol the 111.
Cincinnati, Oct. 23. Engineer John
1'imlott died Inst evening, milking six
victims of the tunnel collision on the
Cincinnati Southern railroad, as follows:
John I'imi.ott, engineer, Detroit, Mich.
VlkKMAN Wklsii, Somerset, Ky.
Fimkman Gori.ii. Ludlow, kv.
IInakkman John F. Montoomkky, Al
bany, N. V
I 'out a l. Ci.kkk C. L. TioKtiKN, Cincin
nati. EXI'RKSS MllSSMNOKR E. P. Kt ipni:ii,
The injured arc: Engineer Put Taylor.
Somerset, Ky., severe! l'ostnl ClerkJ. G.
Gaylr, Cincinnati, severe; llaggugc Mus
ter John K. Long, Newport, Ky severe;
Passengers W. C. Wheeler, New Orleans,
in charge of the museum frenk, Wild
Nose, both slit-lilly injured; Miss Ollie
Gcttv. I iny ton. Tcnn., slight; Arch Mur
phy, Madison county, I ml ., slight.
Ail I'likuown Man' Determined
I'.nnrta lo nave Life.
Cincinnati. Oct. 2,'t. In connection
with the wreck there is a story of hero
ism. The hero's name Express Mes
senger Hi enner lwui;iortoUcn,but he wns,
till recently, the nation agent of the rail-
ronrt nt Somerset, Ky. 1 Ins hrnve man
heard the cries of George I.oug in the
baggage car. Seizing it n axe he cut a
hole in the side of the car and drew him
out. In the express compartment of the
same car the voice of Kull'iier, the mes
senger of the United States express com
pany, wus heard. The hero, scorched
with the approaching flames, cu n hole
in the side ol the cur Kull'ucr was walking
about in, but in a death prison. The
hrnve rescuer kept on cutting nway, his
own clothing singed bv lire, the hot air
consuming his strength nnd his blows
growing feebler ut every stroke.
KulTiicr, doomed in his prison, shouted
to him, "Go nway, save yourself while
you can. I am Ed. I'. KufTuer, of Cincin
nati, my home is 410 West I-'ourt h street.
Go nnd tell my family good-bye, tclllhcm
thnt you did all that' man could to save
my life. Now don't stay here a second
longer, go or vou will burn up with tin
rest of us."
The unnamed hero staggered out noil
reaching the 0ien nir, lell down ex
hausted. anothi:r wkkck,
Two lerHiiH Killed mid a l.nrge
Numlier Wound, tl.
KiKMiMiiiAM, Ala., Oct. ail. It v a col
lision on the Kansas City, Memphis &
llirnnnghum railroad, two miles from
here last night. J. I. I'raukliii, drum
mer, of Nashville, nnd John Killiau, a
lircinan, were killed. There were several
injured, among t hem J. E, Owens, neck
and back hurt, nnd J. E. Mills, leg
bruised, both of West field, N. C.
The train in which the killed nnd injur
ed were was Ircing backed up at a high
rate ol speed to pick up a slivtT. The
train had not gone hall a mile when
rounding u curve it was cr.ishnl into bv
in outgoing freight train. The biu
freight engine ploughed hall way throng li
tnc passenger conch, sweeping every
thing uhend of it to destruction. There
were about scvi nt v-livc nmwimcrs in ' he
coach nt the lime, ami lull v hall ol them
were injured, besides those killed.
lil). IIKNSKI.KY KILI.KD.
HI-: IH SHOT IIV tVM. IMKIIIN,
IM n iDIHO.N,
Tlie Hhuolli.K Uevurred Tuenilav
Nlitlil While HeiiHeley wum All.
proHclilnir I'lirrlM1 lloune I'arrlH
Mahsiiai.i., N. C. Oct. 2.'l. SiHvial.
d. Ilcuseley was shot and killed by Wm.
'arris, in litis couiitv, Tucsdnv night.
Aliotil two weeks ago an atlcir.pt was
italic by some one to wreck I'.inU' Iioiim
I iv using dynamite. I 'arris ami IIciim-
lev had previously had some limililc and
the latter was susH-ctvd ol having some
thing to do with the attempt He wa
plaeed under a bond to keep the ;c.ii'C by
About 1'.' o'clock Tuesday tiiiiht Hen-
-eley, somewhat under the iiitliicucc ol
liiitor. called ut Paris' liniise, lour miles
loutli of town, eviilcntly with the inten
tion of settling the difficulty between
them. He hallooed and was admitted
by I'nrris. After he entered the house lite
two men hnd some hot words mid Ilcu
seley was put o it by I'nrris. He went a
short distance Irom the house and al
most immediately returned toward it.
'arris, who wns standing al the win-
low, saw him coming back In the house
and with u shot gnu fowl ut him. when
the two were about six feet apart. The
hot struck llcnsclcy, on the led side ol
the body, below the collar-bone mid
iiIhivc the heart and then ranged down
ward. The man died in a short time.
C. W. Tweed, acting coroner was uoti
lied of the shooting ami held an iuipicsl
over the remains yesterday morning.
His jury was composed of J. II. White.
V. O. Mel "arris, I-. II. Iliiekncr, Jack
at wood' Patterson Kccsc ami II. M.
hprouse. Alter taking the evidence the
jurv returned n verdict to the cried
that the deceased came to his death by
shot from a shot gun in the bauds ol
I'nrris wus arrested about noon vestet-
lay by Sitecial lk-nity Shcrill'J. II. Whiic
and wns lodged in jail at this place. The
prisoner admits thai he eominiltcil the
crime, but claims that he did it in sell
lefense, ns he thought llcnsclcy wns
coming to kill hint. A ,'IH-calibrv pistol
was lounil by llcnsclcy s body with all
the cluimbers loaded nnd ten loose car
tridges were found in his pockets.
llcnsclcy 's body wus Ictt where he fell
until the coroner's impicst was begun.
After the impicst the hoilv was taken to
his home, one-hall mile from I'nrris'
house. The funeral occurred nt Walnut
Creek, six miles from here, to-day.
llcnsclcy was about Ml years' of age.
He was niarried and lell a wife nnd one
clnlil. Parris is about ." years of age
and bus a wile and inmily,
MRU. I. II. I. IAN tiOI'l.ls.
A Will Made In Her l-'nvor l Her
Atlanta, Cut., Oct. S.'l.-Col. Hen.
Posey, of Murphy, N. C, lawyer of Lil
lian Gould, who killed her husband at
Murphy, N. C, sometime ngo, is here
with Gould's will. This leaves all his
property both in this country and Eng
land to Mrs. Gould. The will is to Im
proved here nnd probated in Nortli Car
olina, giving Mrs. Gould control ol her
husband's proH-rtv, Gould's English
relatives will contest the will,
Will They Hlrlke Again T
Ciiicauo, Oct. 2:i. A morning paper
says thnt discontent ami tniirmiiiiiig me
a: 1.. .1.. 1....-1 ..ir...... ..c .1... tt
prevailing 111 cue locio oiuecs 01 tnc ,tcs-
tern Pnlon Telegrnph Cnnipany. Tbc '
olbcials hnvc enilcavofcd lo nip in the .
bud the growing inllurncc of Chicago
lodge No, 1, brotherhood of telegraphers.
The obvious intention ol tnc lirotlicrliood
is to orgnnite the railroad otK-rators so
ns to prevent them rillinu; the strikers'
placet as they did in 1830.
Till- DEMOCRACY A UNIT.
(IttWIOHII HI'I'I'H Till?
I I Hi; IIISTKIIT,
fireut I rowilM Turn Out to Hear
the IelaU'H-llard Work llelug
lone. In t'luv t'ouiity Coiuluu
Towards) Iliiiicoiulie Noon.
l-'rolll u Stall CwrcHpuiuU-iit.
IIaylsmi.li:, N. C Oct. IS
ciay county is its w nic awukc as am
section we have struck in this canvass
Crawford will not only gel every demo
cratic vote in the county, but there are
numbers of rcpuMicnus who have dc
dared their iiiteuti u to vote for him
III one partictilnrtliis is llieiuosl remark
able caiiipaign I have ever known. I
have now been in lotirtecn of tbc sixteen
comities in the district, and I have not
vet seen or heaid ol a single democrat
who will rctuse to vim- l.ir Crawford.
This is certainly a remarkable thing
i nc democracy is aiisoluu ly a unit, so
far as my iiiloriiia'.ion goes, anil then
can be no doubt about Crawford's get
ging many republican voles.
iiiccwasn liiTiirniloit crowd prcs
cut to-day ai d .is much cnthusi.ism dis
played as has been witnessed in any por
tion ol this district. The democrats arc
in the highest spirits, nnd, w hat is much
belter in a poluicnl campaign, tlicv an
hard al work, 'I he loct is, the oldest
men in this whole western section de
clare Unit they have never seen such
feeling and detcrniiiiat ion to w in a victo
ry as is being niaiiileslcd by Ihcdemocin
cy in this light. They arc' not only dc
tcrmincd to win this Sight, but to w'in ii
by ii big majority.
The (. real western reserve is moviuv
lore. -ud and nothing short of unlimited
money, lo be used by llic republicans li.
corrupting the voters, can prevent the
triumphant election ol Crawford.
Ewart is still hoarse, but Crawford is
in belter condition, il possible than when
the canvass began,
III'.MILU I OH nt'SXOMUl-:.
tin Monday wc swing over the Tus-ipiitu-c
inoui.t.iiii into Macon, and then
our way will lie toward llnucombe. It
is to U- Iioh.iI that liuncomlic deiuocruts
will not allow the other portions of tin
ibstiict to outstrip her in the way of lur
lushing crowds. Willi the exception o
tlrccor four minor appointments tin
crowds have liccu huge every day, ami
wc Icel sure old lluiicoinbc lecls as mud.
interest as any sesliou, not only in til
cleclioi, ol W', T. Crawford, but the till ,
democratic county ticket as well.
Give the candidates large audiences.
Kt-:it III. It AN HTItONCIIOI.II.
Ilul Crawlor.1 lias l ully Half Ills
Aioi om:, Macon CofNTV.
i l. lolicr 2d, in;mi j
This was one ol Kwan's s t appoint
iiicnls, the 'ieiiiii-t being largely repub
lican, and ordinarily tin- crowd in at
tendance uoti public sicaking is very
large. If the crowd to-day is ail indica
tion of the la lim: for Iirt-att among bis
Iricuils. lie is Irv-ali-ti by twotliotisaud ma
jority in the district. The crowd was
small, ami lo inv surprise Crawlord
seemed to have fully half of it. If this,
a rcpubbiaiislroiigliohl.is to In- taken as
an index ol the leehiig in Macon, Craw
lord will mote th in double Johnston's
majority id' two years ago.
Two mountains lay before -us this
morning, the Tuiiiiitcc and N.-iulahola
'flic fnsi is In-hind Us, and now the Nai
tahola t brows its sli.ulow upon us. It
is iust 12 miles to our stopping place to
night, so we will cut this letter short and
given more ai-cuiatc opinion ol the situ
ation in this coimlv alter to-morrow's
discussion at i-iaiikiiu. J. 1. K.
In IlieOjHler Kouii.
llALTiMoui;, Oct. 2:1. The steamer Vii-
guua was in collision oil l-orl Larroll at
s o'clock ibis morning, with ihc lug Vol
unteer. The Volunteer was lowing the
schooner It. trues. The tag was lorced
into the collision wii b tbc schooner nnd
the latter was sunk. The schooner was
loaded with seven hundred bushels ol
ovstcrs. .No lives ncic lost.
I riinci- iiiul MiihhIii.
I'.miis. Oct. 211. A viHsel with u cargo
ol gnu c.itton has sailed Irom litest for a
Kussiall port. The gun cotton is for the
use ol the h'ussi in government ami was
sent fioui a French government luclorv.
.-i . wa'.s' oi- coxsroi i:ci:.
A crowd of laborers at Sehiill, I rein ml,
demanded thai the hoard of guardians
give lln 111 bread or work, on account ol
the lailiite of the potato crop. The
board's reply was thai the law docs not
pel nut outdoor relief.
One of the defendants in the trial of the
Irish leaders at TipH-rary, Ireland,
asked thill summons be issued against
Mr. llallour, duel secretary for Ireland.
coniH.lliug him to slate mull roatb what
lie had said al Newcastle, Eng., but the
judges declined, declaring that thev rc-
luscil to Ik- the medium lor anything ille
gal or improper,
(In the strength of llic rccei I Kansas
decision oiigiual package houses have
been opened in Iowa and South Dakota.
The window-glass factory nt Einillny,
(Jluo, has joined the new trust organized
to control lire ptoiluction ol window
Estimates of the Pn rulers' Kevicw of
Chicago show I hut the corn crop is turn
nig out somewhat iicitcr man wus
The Maryland court of npiieuls venter
dav rendered 11 decision ullirmiug the
validity of llic election law passed by the
Inst legislature embodying the Australian
Colored republicans In Washington nnd
tlircljhlh congressional district ol Vir
ginia, have issued nn address alleging
bad treatment ol the Mlorcd people by
tnc Harrison niiiuiuisiriiiioii,
Mayor Gleasou, of Long Island City,
1,. I., convicted ol assault upon George
Crowley, the long Island agent of the
! Associated Press, was sentenced to five
I duys in the county jail uud a line of $260.
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reliable ns n cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
is in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular uud saleable article in
the market, wheicvcr known.
UIK1X..ONS For I'SB.
The tliise lur an adult la two tcaspoonfula
ii a wine gluse of water. iJoae lor children
11 proportion, uccoruiiig to age In cither
.use the iluac cun lie repcuted every thirty
iiiiiut-s until u cure la rncclcd. one dose will
UHU.vailnvc nway an attack of Headache,
i 1 11 ken w hen llrat feeling the premonitory
Miiiiionie; nut If the it Hack la well on, and
uili-ring is intense, the accond or third doae
nay Ih- mjumd. I'sunlly u greater number
I tloscs is rciiilrrd tu effect the firat cure
i him is m-rileil tor any euccrrding time there-
liter, showing thut the medicine ia accumu-
ativc in its clk-cta, tending toward an event-
mil iK-rniiinciit curr
l-'or siilc itt
6 SOCTII MAIN STREET,
ASH EVI LLK, X. C.
NEW FALL MRESS GOODS.
Lntlit's will do woll to ex
iniinc our new nt.vle Jackets,
Capi'M anil Lon; Wrnp, nt
Yliitlo k"s, Cor. Engl,. Mock.
Our iii'w stock of Dress
(iooils is 'wny nbovonnj'you
ram fiinl I'lscwlicrp. Caill and
sec tlicni, nt Wliitloek'ta, cor.
LiU'lit weight Jersey Jack
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r.limkets, Comforts and
Curtaiin ninterinls, nt Whit-
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Corner Knjle Illock.
1)0 dozen Aprons in 200
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Driving Gloves nnd Riding
Caps for Lndies and Misses,
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