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Eternal advertising is the
price of trade. Some argue
that it is expensive to adver
tise. It is the most profita
ble expense you can have, if
you handle it properly. Mil.
ford, Mans., Journal.
Asheville Daily Citizen
A man with a business cap
able of being profitably ad
vertised, but w ho refuses to
give printers' ink a trial, is
his own worst enemy. Prin
VOLUME VI.-NO. ,66.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned hik) (level
oping- oh u
Situated hi the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henltli
i'lilness and beauty of
An elevation of :,.H00 feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded rouds and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated paiiiihlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LlntlUe, Mitchell Co., N. C.
The Inritc Htoik of new
cltlra mm tlx imrchcd by
MiM Bllick while North nrv
rrlvinic dally. Thtf hit both
bcantlftil la draljcn and cheap.
Call and Inspect.
30 (touth Mala Street. 3
33 S. MAIN T.. AHHHVILLB,
I. TH rL.c ros
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
a pr lad
W.LT. B.'OWYI.," W. W. WjT.
GWYII & WEST,
Ihown to Walter Owyal
REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVIU.L
Loana Securely riaccd at
Notary Faulk. Commissioner ol Uel..
OPFICK oattaatuM Coart ao, Mare.
"THE SUN 00 MOVE."
And ao diwa A.heTllle The great huatllng
art I. now being performed by all genuine
biMine. mi of the
OP THU MOUTH, rlvery m.n ha. hi. heme
and he relate It la moat can. to not unwill
ing rani. We doa't mind telling yon that our
achem. la to aril all I he land and Inaurc all
the property we eaa, liefnrr "Th. giili'nj
Ne.1 Again." We (lure luat lieen aiMitnlrd
agrat. for the Old Meltable Pennsylvania Fire
tnaiaraae Co,, aad we wast you to In.ure
JBNKS A JKNKM,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Rooms Jk 10. McAfee Block.
faltoa At.. AahrTlll. H C.
P. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W, T. Crawford .v. that H. O. Bwnrt
told him that he hcanl Jim Codger .ay thut
nob Vnncc told him that Kope Mlus hcanl
mat lucre wu no doubt hat W. W Kolllna
said that Tom Johnatna thought that Bub
Furman hud told Skiing Hull that BuIThIo
Hill had dcclitred tu J II. Courtney thut It
was generally believed that Uao Rcynultl.
hail .aid In plain term, that ho hcurd lack
Worley ay that hi. friend John L. Kulllvan
had .aid that Bill Hcr.ver iiiiurmrd him at
the coiigrc.lnal convention In thin elly that
iwitauv-eii known fuel that the Houar-
keeicr' Union had cnuuht Urn. ClinKmun in
yini mm in m uphill in it vn a mutter of
fuel "nil of gren- public Intrrret that J. I
Muckcy Intimated to Jess l.owrv that mil
Nye hud uld while attending the county con-
venlion luat Knturday thut anyone caught
rt uding thu ahull repair at once to the .tore
f A. I. CO' -I'llH, Nonh fniiri Square, and
inapect nia mammoth stock of all kind, of
(Sroceries, Provlelona. eke. where nrrumre-
ment. hnve lieen nui.le to furnlah you all
kind, of staple unil I'm my r.roccrira of the
lle.t Duality at tlie l.owcat Prices,
J. V. ISkown.
No. 3a Fatlon Avenue.
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub-
lie generally to eall and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a siMfial feature, falls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night 05
BLAIR & BROWN.
will get then. We I let on Old Zeli a. being
the lieat Hlonr io town. We have juat receiv
ed freah 1 'I n
KE6 AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Estate Broker,
And Invcatment Agenta.
Loan. r urely placed at per cent,
lit an Pattua Avenue Second floor.
3N I'atton Avenue.
Ne.t V M C A ImlM'g.
I Hornier! of Lyman a Child I.
Office No. t antral Block.
Strictly Brokerage Bualneaa
Loan, .ecu rely placed at S per cent.
TO ALL. POINTS.
Nallrnad llrkel. bnagnt. aci.n """;""
II teanaaelltin. gnnrBntvy.,.
rarani-e. C r. hut, .icae. n w,...
J. V. BOUWNEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
IXTRA FIM IAUIA0E A IPfCIALTY
1 I J" fknwlidirefl cnntimiounttriu't.itn
tfti Nl'w. K0011" hvr hern tlnily (tr
riving til nur avnlluhle Himir in taken ami
of an u I moil tmih- t.w t himi hiiui, i.Iiikh
wore, Luniiw, HuuNe I' lirninhinK iimnfo, Ktc
The new cut dr.Ktt
nilfl till' tllOHl Htvllnh
ffouild will iiIwiiVhIic
ft nt 11 (I In imr Htore.
The ru-h eimtimio
iHiottliiillv Invited in
VIHlt 11 Itllll Hi tin
ni.tgni limit iltHpluy
TIiohc who come on
ly ti I'H.k nnd ml
mire our "tnck will
alwu.vn reeeivr the
mime eourteouR ut
ti nt inn iih tlittHi
tn kitiK inreh.iHt'i
1m Hili-on talking
iImIim it re en r- ut
nn) will nrrive thic
week. Cull nnil tut
them. They lire nuit
to intereNt you
NnttiiiiK like It ever
Hten in our city.
Come 11 ml iteenrt"
your ChriMtmM anil
wcddlim urtiknU while the utitek in frtnh nnil
new. We have kmu-ketl the (ottom out it
hiKh prieea and arc iickimwleilttetl to le the
icuucni in our line.
THAD VY. THRASH & CO.,
Croekcrv. Olauwarr, t,amM. Houne FuttiIhIi
Itt1.11, etc., etc.
41 PATTON AVE.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We ask sHH'ial attention
for Men and 15oys,and Wraps
of all grades for Ladies, Miss
es and Children.
One price system.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stry Goods, Hats,
Carpets and Gener
79 PATTON AVIi.
oWILKIE I ATKINS.
M .NrriCTigfiaa a jonnma or
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
And Wholesale Fruit Dealer
NO. 13 I'ATTIIN AVH.. AHIIKVI1.I.K.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRAOE.
We hav constantly on hnnd In our retail
department all the dcllcaclea of the acnaon. In
eholc Prult., flne Comll.a and fancy Cake.
MiKdallat In Trentlng
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP 0IS0RDERS.
(lITtce llourai l a. in. to 3 p. m.
No. 9 North Main Street.
COHIKLTATlOg .IIAyfOOINII PONg.
Invalid Ladle. Waited on at their Homo.
CBI.HBMATIIU "NBWMAN NHKVB TON
IC" ON KAI.K
Warm eomfortabl. room., hnuae newly fur-l-hnl
s good table. Term, reasonable. On
.treet ear line. MR, j, gMATHHI1g,
Julyllidnm 81H I'atton A v..
GREAT EXCITEMENT ON THE NEW
YORK STOCK MARKET.
PRICES OF BEST STOCKS CO
DOWN WITH A RUSH.
SOME RECOVERIES ARE MADE,
BUT LOSSES ARE HEAVY.
Nkw Viirk, 'uv. I'riviite inlil
rcifivtil Iwluri' the .. inning of the stuik
ixcIhiiihc HiiiiiMiiicini; the tniiililcu of the
liming llrotlnrs iiipI siatiiiK thut the
Hank ol Kiifiliinil, K'. ilisehihlsiin,! othe
imukerii hnd taken up the accounts of
llarinn Hrotlii'nt ainimntiiij; In $7,r,(iltl,
ihhi, etcateil it iiriiiuiiiiil scasatinn. A
conference of limkern was nt once had
anil it was ikviiletl to have hrokers in ev
cry stock that eoulil k ltamllcd to hid
advanced prices at the opening so us to
avoid a sudden shuck.
As a result prices lor nearly nil the ae
live stocks opei.ed 1 to 1' per cent, .il ove
last night's close, the extreme gain lK-itip
made by Sort hern I'acilic preferred. Then
litpiiilatiott ol the week's accounts set in
in full force and prices gave way rapidl
ii all directions.
Wild excitement prevailed, stocks liciiig
thrown over in a must reckless manner
and tosses in tile fu st hour of trading ex
ceded anything seen since the present de
cline hegnn. The dealings were simply
enormous mid the rapidity with which
the quotations melted away waa some
thing unprecedented, there being no halt
in the downward movement.
At 1 1 a. m. a panic prevailed. Prices
guve way in every direction and brokers
were dismayed nt the prosjiect.
Lncknwunnn, the favorite investment
stock, led in the do award rush with a ile-
cliueol'n percent. Atchison went down
to L'l-; KiH-k Island to O.'l'-.., anil augar to
0, the lowest prices on rccotd for those
locks. Canada Southern and other reg
ular dividend pn vers were thrown over
is well ms were the sHcnlative stocks.
After ll:l."i there was a rally caused
I iv the lollowiug cable from London :
"A guarantee hind to Itaring Itros. K
Co., stated to amount to .f.'iii.oiio.liili)
litis Ijecii made, by vnrious linancitil,
hanking and discount houses, guarantee
ing their aivouuts. The crixis is over
and the failure ol the lirm lias been aver
ted." Veddcr, I'ealmdy & Co., who are
agents here of llnring Uros. V Co., Lon
don, say they have private advices from
Loudon that whatever trouble there
may have lieen there has been completely
averted. The trouble was doubtless
caused entirely by the depression in Ar
gentine securities mid the branch house
here in New Vork is in nowise affected.
At 1 l.MII u better feeling prevailed and
the market was stronger. The London
market was eon parativcly iiiict, the
feeling being that the crisis wasover.and
American securities were n fraction higher
where nny change occurred Innn yester-
Noox Money has lieen easy with no
loans, hut those offered at 5 and li nr-
cent. The market alter II oi lock was
inlluenced for the Iwiter ov chsiialciics
frrtti London which placed a somewhat
licttcr line tiiion the troubles there
nnd prices in this market went but
little further in the downward
dircctii.n. The recovery which followed
wns very ii regular but nin-ninuil to as
much as lour in Lackawanna, while manv
stocks were again brought up touenrthe
nwniiig figures. The close was still very
active, but with less excitement and un
settled at material losses lor the day.
AT HOST! N.
IIoston, Nov. la. Kidder. I'eabody ci
Co., said to-day that there need be no
nuxietv on the part ol creditors of the
London lirm ol During Unit hers, as their
nssets exceed their liabilities by as much
probably, at $2tl0.l)ll0.i)llU. They are
virtually carrying the Argentine Repub
lic loan and taking back holilitigsot those
dissatisfied customers to whom they hud
sold any part thereof.
London, Nov. 1,1. The Times, rclcrr-
itijf to tlieniiaticial situation says:
"The city lias passed through a crisis
verging upon it panic. Such a time hits
not been known since the suswnsion of
Ovcrcml.li urny oi Co. c rejoice that
we arc able to'unnouuce that the worst
is over. The nauk ol Knglaud ha added
to its historic services to the stnte and
the commercial community by it
prompt action in averting what
would have Ihcii a lamentable
catastrophe, The administration of the
bank has not only provided vast rein
forcements to its slock ol gold to meet
exceptional demands in the event of a
panic, hut also slrpKil out ot inc ortn
nnrv routine of busines to prevent tile
downfall of one ofthc greatest and most
resccted Kughsh tiuuucml Houses, w hich
has for some days been in ieril and which
if It hatl (alien would probablv have
brought down in widespread ruin a large
number ol small but iuiHirtnnt firms."
Weekly Cotton Report.
Nkw Yomk, Nov. 15 The total visible
upply of cotton for the world is 2, ):!.'(,
021) bates, of which 'J.2i,2'Jti il Ameri
can against 'J.HU-Mio anil 2,030,373 re
spectively lust year. Receipts oi cotton
tiii wees at nil interior towns, 210,071 ;
receipts nt plantations, :U3,(1"4 ; crop in
sight, 3,20 MI!H.
Two More IlemoeralM.
In iuoit. Nov. 1(1. The struggle in the
eighth and ninth congressional district
closed lat night. In the ninth Judge
Wheeler idem. I hn (13 mnjority over
Cutcheon. In the eighth district Henry
A. Youmnm (item.) una 01 majority over
The KulKhtH of Labor Hc-mhIu.i at
Dknvkr, Nov. 15. The Knight of La
bor took up the entire session yesterday
in considering the report of the commit
tee on laws. This work will probably
Ik? concluded lo-dnv w hen the more im
porlaut questions will lie brought Ijcforc
the assembly. Little has been said re
garding candidates for the various of
ficers that are to lie chosen at this meet
ing, but there appears to be a general
fecliiiL' that there will In no opposition
made to I'owderly's elcctionas general
master workman. .Some prominent
knights tire consulting as to the advisa
bility ol the knights entering into poli
THE CUNSL'MPTlVi: CURE,
Whether nr. Kocli'x Ke.ue.lv Will
KrTect a Final Cure Huh Not Vet
Ill-Hi. in, . Nov. 15 The article ol I'rof.
Koch in this week's number of I lie Her
man Medical Weekly says that he is. as
yet, tinprepnred to indicate the source
from w hich the curative matter is de
rived, and neither is he readv to explain
the method of prcpar iliou. The reason
lie gives is that the exiierimentnl work
has not vet been brought to completion,
lie states, however, that the curative
Ivmph itself can now be obtained from
Dr. Libberlz, whose address is No. 28
Lnueueliergcr Strnsse, Ilerlin.! The
lymph must lie applied sub-cutaueotisly
by means of a valvelcss syringe.
I'ml. Koch expresses the bcliet that his
remedy will prove a cure for incipient
phthisis. Whether, however, the cure
will lie final and delinitc has not, he says,
been clear Iv tirovul. In all eases K
emphasizes the necessity ol carlv treat
ment, asonlv in lucit.it'iit stautsofthedis'
ease, he declares, can the remedy fully de
velop its enicacy.
A MISSION AT TKI.MTV,
It Will lit-gin liceemlier l lrxl u.l
I.ltHt Ten IlayH.
An oicn letter, signed bv Kev. Mc.Ncrly
IliiHost. rector ol Trinilv church and ol
which the following it. a ii.irL has been
sent to the members ol Trinilv church
mil others in the cilv:
On Sunday llcccntlicr tsi.wc promise,
will! t.oil help, to commence a mission
asimg ten days. I he mission isa course
il services nnil niectinus, m which a
sjiccial clVort is made to awaken souls;
ilml those who arc in sin may lorsake H
ml turn to the Lord, and that those who
have already sought Him mav lie stirred
aii to greater devotion and diligence. We
uvitc you to come to this mission. It is
ice to everv one. Il von know anv
friend or neighbor, to whom you think ft
mav do good, invite him or her to come
w ii-: cm i ;i'H m i ;i:t.
J. I. Huwver ot AHhevlUe
Mr. J. I'. Suwycr, chief of the Asheville
re department returned Inst night from
Greensboro where lie has been unending
the state meeting of lire chiefs. Mr.
Sawvcrwn made chairman of the con
dition which met Wednesday.
One of the chief thincfa done bv the
mecting was the adoption of a resolution
to ielitiun the state Icgislatureto nppro
prime n portion of the money received
from fire insurance companies doing bus
iness in the stale, to nav the volunteer
lire companies of North Carolina.
The next session will be held at Dur
ham in .May, IK'Jl, in connection with
the annual meeting of the firemen's usso-
TO tONTKST TIIK lil.l-X'TION.
Mar, J. M.
Campbell taJves) Notice
lo That tvfleel.
Sheriff Reynold of this county nnd
Sheriff Cliuudlev of Madison met here
cstcrdny to canvass thr vole of the two
counties for state senator. The result
gave Sprinkle, the republican candidate
majority ol l.m over t-umpiicii.
Mr. Cumpbcll notilicd the shcrills that
he would contest the election, lie has
filed exceptions to Limestone, Ivy nnd
Samlv Musn townships in tins county
nil to a niiinUr ol townships in Mad
ison IkciiiiscoI irregularities.
"THU UAI.I.KV HI. AVI-;."
To be Rendered at Ihe (irnnd
Opera House Monday Nluht.
The Ilnldwin theatre company, will on
Monday evening next, present Hartley
CnmplH'H'a comedy dnimn "The Galley
Slave." It is written in that famous
piny wrights brightest vein, Iwing a reflex
I American society abroad. The story
is simple yet full of interest and is a bright
well constructed coiuptiimiou excellent in
tone. Ill lull ol Inn both in line nnd
situations. It ha elements of romance
and picturcsipicncas, love and merry
making in nbundaticc. Siecial attention
will be paid to costume nnd scenery
and popular prices will prevail duriiigthe
rgngemeut, which lasts a week, with a
change of bill nightly.
THIS MliAXS ItfSISESS.
tea"' It is understood that the Oxford
Land, Improvement anil Manufacturing
Compnnv' new $100,0110 cotton fnctorv
,,' ,' 1 :.. ..i.n... .1... ..r
Will OC Micilicn 1,1 nmiiii 1,11 uiilikui
tetriliuli Point liutcrprisc; We henr
nine talk of n huge coitou factory Mug
erected here. ProKrty Hint sold here
for $150 six venrsngo is now liurd tooli-
tuiu lor $1,000.
tnY-Oxforil Dav: Ten thousand dollars
worth ol stock in the cut ton lactory ol
the Oxford land improvement and man
ufacturing company has been sold to
people in the city in past week.
tetTMr. Ctithliert, o(Ie Moines, In,
wu ill town the fust ol the week looking
for timber hind. He represents n com
pany tlint want to secure 20,0011 acres
ol good timber land in one body. Mur
ton-Winston Huilv: From the informa
tion we can gain there arc bright pros
pect for one or two cottou lactone lie
Inir built here next year. Ileside tins
several other enterprises me on the eve of
IS MR. I'ARNEIX Gl.'ILTY
A UKKAT HKNHATION IN l.i
Ill the O'Hhea lilvoree Cnne Mr,
I'ar.iell Hoes Not Appear and
Mrs. u'Sliea Makes) no Defence.
LosiioN, Nov. 15. The trial of the
O'Shen divorce ease, in which Pnrncll is
co-respondent, oiened this morning.
huge audience was present. Justice liutt
presided. A Biecial jury had been em pan
eled to try the case. Clark, Imlerwie
and Lewis uppearedforCnpt. O'Shen, the
plaintiff; Lock wood & rrilclmrd for
Mrs. O'Shen, respondent, nnd McCall for
Mrs. Steele Stormers O'Shen against
whom there is a counter charge of crimi
nal inliuiaey with dipt. O'Slica.
Mr. I 'uracil, as co-respondent, was not
represented by counsel.
I. apt. ii hhea was the only prominent
figure present. Mrs. O'Slica's cotinse
said he did not intend to cross-examine
any witness or eall any witness in bchnll
of Mis. O'Shen or lake au part in the
This collapse of the defense has causci
an immense sensa'ion and involves com-
lulling Mr. I'lirnell to pay the cost.
The Dublin lixprcss snvs thut I'ornell
lias informed several of the most promi
nent men in the Irish parliament nrv
parly thut he will not lead the party in
parliament iiuring t lie coming session.
There Anv One Here
Vim Know T
Swmiwiniia . K. F. Hartford, Chatta
nooga; I.. II. Ill-irue, Chicago; John C
Wclicr, Cincinnati: H. I. Crow lev. At
lanta; C. H. hlhoit, Vu.; O. F. lick her
and wile, Uuuhrop, Mass.
l.kn A'. A : J. Ii. Itlair, II. Ii. Burlwr,
High Point, X. C.; lames Hlvthe, Chero
kee, X. C; Ii. D. Smith, Kalcigh. N. C.;
r.uiiaii i.cvv, ii.ili'inore; vv. i. Harden
W. II. Challdcv, Kichmond, Vn.; M. L.
Mott. X.C.; r. M. Itovkm, Kichmond
Vn.jA. J. Douglas. Kuoxvillc, Tenn.; J
Adilcrton, Kiclmioiid, Va.j W. 11.
Huberts, Marion, N. C.
Ilnttvry I'nrk : C. A. McUnn, K. B
Wilkms. Chicago; H. . Orcer,-C. Xew-
liold, l'hiladeiihia; K. Dunone, C. W.
H. u low and wile, A. 1'. Montnnt mid
wile, two children and maid, New York;
Miss Koherson, Miss Allen, J. S. I'urchcss.
W. Ii. Rutherford, W. tioodvcnr nnd
wife, W. L. Sold and wife, W." W. Wil
liams, Haliimorc; N. C. Lane, Washing
ton; L. Ii. Williams. Kichmond; Milton
French, . W. Wishou, IIoston.
f.'r.imC'eH(ri. K. l-'.Kiee.C.olilsboro;
J. T.Jewitt, Kichmond; J. W. Kcid, S. F.
Ilarrcll, t.recnslioro; l. n. (.ullaner,
Sweetwater, Tenn.; (ieorge Voting, J. Ii.
White, CooiH-rs; W. Kroger, Mich.; W.
C. Taliim, F. M. Smith, Kuoxvillc; W.
M. Sanborn, X, Y.; John 0. Mathews
and wile, Harboursviire, Kv.; Sheriff W.
D. Miller, Lenoir; J. Ii. King, iiristol,
IYnn.; ohn Tonhev. C. M. Killinn, Hus
ton; W. T. linker, K. Franklin, Atlanta;
T. L. Ciill", Kichnioad; J. K.Znehary, Hre
var l; Ii. K liens, Danville; 1. R. Caution
and wile. Ilukersville; A. (,. Cox. Tan-
well, ('.a.; W. . Southerland, Hickory;
. J. Werz, Albany. N. Y.; J. T. Fulton,
TIIK I.IHT UKUWS,
Addlllnnnl HnbaerlplloiiH Front
Ihe iH-ople of AHhevllle.
The following additional subscriptions
to the fund Isjiug raised to help pay the
cxieiuu.-s of Ii, L. Hunniciitl, who took
his little girl to New York for treatment
for a dog bile have lieen received by Tiik
J. K . Connnlly l.oo
l-'ruuk . .' I .....tiell. .
M Ii. I'lirlcr.
W. M. nrla
W. I'. Simhr
A. I.. Mi lton
J. II neuter
N. W. Oinlwonil
Citukn new. mum
Total f 14..1A
Those who wish to subscribe to this
worthy charily can leave money ut Till-;
Ii. K. West, proin ietor of the Mattery
Pnrk news stand has oicned a list for
this purpose and at 1 o'clock had ae-
cured about $10.
Coi.t'Miit s, (I., Nov. 15. It was 2.30
yesterday morning before the Thurmun
biinijiict came ton close. The lnstsieech
ol the night, was by Congressman
Springer, of Illinois, who nominated
Cleveland lor president in 1N02.
.1 '. 1 A'.s' (' co.xshijih.wi;.
A school boy in Vienna who found
great dilliculty in mastering the third de
clension Jin ' Latin grammar killed him-
sell ill despair,
Cillicrl and D'Oly Carte are friends
again, nnil tliey will colnlxiratc with Sir
Artliur Minivnn in tlie pnnluction ol an
oh.tii ut a London theatre.
Dr. Windtherst, leader of the Catholic
imrtv in the Herman Kcichstng, is sillier-
nig from an nllivlion of the heart nnd has
been ordered by hi physician to take
Daniel Sidurv Appleton, ol the lanious
publishing house, is dead,
The Maryland court of apK'uls has ren
dered n decision upholding the Australian
The sworn returns of New York candi
date us to their campaign cxk.'iiscs
show very smnll exiciiilitures.
The editor of the Congregationalist,
the Kev. Henry Mnrtyn Dexter, I). L
died on Thursilny, nt his residence in New
The comptroller of the currency gay
that the latest reports showed all the na
tional bunks in .New York city to be in
good condition nnd in no danger from
the money stringency.
Mr. Margaret Wutkins, of the Wash
ington pnstollice, who was impended
for rceatiug nn election joke to the inn
ol Senator Uuav. has been reinstated
Her offcncccnnsisted instating, just after
election, that Ouny'i mail wu now go
ing to tne (icnu letter oiiicc.
MEYER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAUB MAKK KBOISTBRBl).
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE ANi
Cures livery Variety of Headache
AMI NlJTIUNO UL8U.
Has earned lor itself
tion 01 uemg me limst, most cllectivc
and reliable article ii. the market for the
Sicedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, I1i:adaciik. The
immense favor which hus greeted it from
nil quarters, proves it true merit and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing winch almost everyone need, nnd
those who have once tried it, will never
For it curative power it doe not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs a
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it doe not contain an atom ol
ither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be tuken by
young nnd old without fear or serious
result. It is 11. a Cathartic, does not
isnrrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredient.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of bcud-
iche without resiect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effect,
as in the ease of other so-called "barm-
less" remedies. These qualities mnke it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
Ill Klit... oss FOR 1KB.
The dose for an adult i. two toaepoonful.
a a w ine glaaa of water. Done fur children
proportion, according to age. In cither
case the doac cun be repeated every thirty
minuea uutil a cure is cflcctcd. One doae will
way. drive away an attack of Headache,
tuken when lirat feeling the premonitory
aymutonia; hut if the attack I. well on, and
ultcring ia intrnae, the second or third doae
muy be required, faultily a greater number
f cloaca la required to effect the drat cure
thnn 1. needed tor any succeeding time there
lifter, ahun ing tbul the medicine is accumu
lative in it. ellccta, tending tuward an event
ual permunrnl cure
Fur sale at
46 HOl'TII MAIN STREET,
ash 1; villi:, x. c.
NliW FALL, DRESN UOOD8.
LadicH will do well to ox-
initio our new stylo Jackt'tH,
Capon and Lon Wratis, at
Whitlock'n, Cor. KajilelJlock.
Our new stock of Di-ohh
fioods is 'way aliovoanyyou
can find flscwbcrc. Call and
see tlioin, at Whitlock's, cor.
Light weight Jersey Jack
ets and IllnrerM at very low
inces. viiiit locks, comer
Illaiikcts, Comforts and
Curtain materials, at Whit-
lock's. Very large? stock.
Corner Eagle Mock. .
50 dozen Aprons in 1200
styles. New designs, beauti
ful and cheap, nt Whitloek's.
Driving Gloves and Hiding
Caps for Ladies nnd Misses,
at Whitloek's, corner luiglo
Whitloek's is tlie best place
by far to get complete out
fits for Ladies, Gentlemen
and Children. Corner Eagle
i'rl m V Mi t ikaii.