Newspaper Page Text
Eternal advertising is the
price of trade. Some argue
that it ia expensive to adver
tise. It is the most profita
ble expense , yon van have, if
you handle it projwrly.Mil.
ford, Mass., Journal.
A man with a business cap
able ot being profitably ad
vertised, but who refuses to
give printers' ink a trial, is
his own worst enemy. Prin
VOLUME VI.NO. 169.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1890.
A place planned and level
oping as a
.Situated in tuts
OF WESTERN ROriTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lien It h
luliiess ami lMaut.v of
An elevation of :i.80( feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
jiiaded roads and extensive
A loHn-nblt place for Huh
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llu-rllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
The Inrgc stuck of new nov
elties recently iurchnnl liy
Mis. Klllck Vhllc Nunh arc
arriving dally. They arc bilh
lieautlfal In .lolgn and cheap.
Call anil Innisrel
30 Mouth main Street. 30
Jil a. MAIN T.. AHHI'.VII.LB,
th I'l.icn no
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketches.
nnr 1 l
WAIT B. OWVM.
W. W. WST
GWYN & WEST,
aurmiHir. to Walter B.Owyal
REFER TO ANK OF ASHEVILLE.
.Loans Securely Placed t
Notary P.blk. Cammlsntoner. ol Deed..
"THE SUN 00 MOVE,"
And ao dr.A.hllle The great kwlljjj
act to now helii performed by all genuine
tiuntnen. me. of la. .
iP TMB BOtiTH. Tery maa ha. hi. hemp
. . . 1 . .. tn Mn, nnwiii.
ana ae mate. 11 w""'
In ear.. W. doq't mind telling yoti that our
vmiww to aril an in. ,o,, -
proprrtr w. can, liefore "The K"'"n
at Again.' W. h.ve ln.t lieen atMHilnteil
mu lor tat Ilia arnaitiT i r
Inanraac Co., and we want you to In.ure
JEN It ft JBNKft, .
REAL UTATI AND INSURANCE.
Hooma a 10, McAfee Mock
m fnMrm .. .heIH. V .
. . F. A. GRACE.
. i M . j -
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford iav. that H O. Kwiirt
told Mm that he heard Jim Oudger ay that
Boh Vance told Mm that Kops Blla. heard
that then wa. no doubt hat W. W Rollin.
aid thnt Tom John.tun thuught that Bob
Pnrman had told Slu aig null that Buffalo
BUI had declared to J II. Courtney that it
wa. generally believed that Dan Reynuld.
had .aid in plain term that hi heard Jack
Worley nay that 111. friend John L. Sullivan
had laid that BII: Driver itii'orincit him at
the cnngrrsstnnnl cniivi-utimi In thl. ill. v thnt
It in a well known fact thut the llousi
keciKra' Union hnil cnuuht Urn. Clliiuintin In
fiayintr thut in hi uphilim It wns a iniitti f
fact nnil of grcn . imlilli- interest thnt J. .1.
Mackcy Intitnnted tn .less l.nwrv thai Hill
Syr hail ..ill whiL- attending the Countycon.
mention la.t Saturday that anyone cauKhl
reading thl. .hull repuir at once tu the stoic
of A. D. CD' 'I'liK, North Court Siiunre. aud
inspect hi. mammoth .lock of all kind of
ilnicerlc.. Provisions, Ac, where arrange
tneutthave lieen made to furnish you all
kinds of Staple anil r'nilcy Groceries of the
Bent (Jtiullty at thr Lowest Prit i-m.
VV.A.Bkaik. J.V. Buown.
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub-
lie p'liernlly to eall anil ex
amine our well nelii-ted stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. I'lidertakiiui
a specinl feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
relephone, day 7", night 03.
BLAIR & BROWN.
will get I here, U'r lrt on Old Jfvli um IwIiik
the ltrt Pluur In town. Wc hnvr Jut mxHv-
vii a frrnh I it of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Cuntr and lvc them trtnl. nt
17 South Main Street,
Real Filiate Brokers,
And Inveatment Aa;enta.
1.11am. ae. urel ului.il at a r vent,
j Ht iin ration Avenue Hecond llooi.
AKTIUIK J. WII.LH.
!m I'nlton Avmue.
Nrst V M C A IhiIM'k l HoxAr.4.
( formerly of l.ymaa a Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
REAL ESTATE .
Loan, arm rely placed at S ner rent.
TO ALL POINTS.
Hiillroa.l ticket. linoHrit. W "li51f1?l"i"r':
II trnnn.cllon. gioirnnleeil. Aertilentnl in
.iirnnej C. !' V. Ticket Broker, nnrm.ll
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE 8AUSA0I A SPECIALTY
nuv Mil Hint)
CRYSTAL PALACE !
It in thr acknowh diced I'ontinuouHHttrortlon
of Awhevftlc. New kiIm huve heen daily r
rlvinu till our nvnllulile kuv in tukei and
now the tiirK it tort- iirenentN the iipiH-urauce
of fin aim out ndKmi in nf iMiiet'hina, Glaio
wnrc, Lami, Hounc l:urninhiii( t'ioodn, Htc.
The lie went delKnx
nnd the mtmt ntylinh
iuodH will ntwityMlir
found In our Mtnre.
The mth rmitinuef
w till iin K t rvi oily
vimt 11- unci Hie thi
Tbitne who come on
ly tn look and ad
mire our itmk will
nlwnyH mi'lT." the
Hume enurtvout at
tt iHln an IhoHe
Thi- hdlm tulk.nft
dolN are en r uii
and will arrive thl
weik. Cull und wt
them. They are nine
tn intert-Mt you
NuthluK like It ever
Ket-ti in our my.
Come a nt I necuit
your Chrinlmi aud
weddinK prvthtit while the stnek If) trenh and
new. We have knocked the bottom out t
hiffh prlccit and ure nekiiowltidKeii to lie thr
icuderit iu our line.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
Crorkery, (.lnwwure, LnmMi, Houw Hurninh
ItiK, rte., rtc.
41 PATTON AVE.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Pl'BLIC KQI AKK,
We ask MMeial attention
for Men ami Boys, and Wraps
of all grades for Ladies, Miss-
ph nnd Children.
One price system.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stery (ioods, lints,
CarjietH nnd Gener
7 A 9 PATTON AVK.
IWILKIE I ATKINS.t
HANI'MCTI'MKU. A JOII.HN.fll'
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
And Wholesale Fruit Dealt r
Nil', til PATTON A VB., AfllllVILI.B.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRADE.
We have ronntantly on hand in our retail
department all the dilli-.de. of the aenann, In
choice Prult., fine Cnmll. and fancy Cake.
LADIES. READ I
HiH'clall.t In Trratlng
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP DI80RDERS.
tifllce llnurai a. m. to 8 p. m.
No. 9 North Main Street.
CONWI.TATIIIM r .(UMfOOIMII IIOKg.
Invalid Ladles Waited on.t their Home..
CKI.UnKATKI) "NIIWMAN NHRVB TON
IC" ON HAI.lt
yiNTKH BOARD. '
Warm eomfiirtahle room.. m newly ror-nl-heiligonil
lalilt. Term, reaionabte. Ua
.treet ear line. Mk , L. MATHBM,
julylUiKIm 8J l-altoa At.
, ... -.'wsi-3-
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
IN HAM IS.
RUSSIAN ACE NT IN FRANCE SHOT
IN HIS ROOMS.
I'akis, Nov. 17. iVncrnl Sdiitcrakiiir.
KuDHiun iiKtnl in 1'iaiiif, died tu-ilny
iriini the cflecta nf u Imllct wnuntl in bm
licml, intliclcd in u Jiutnntr which, at
prt-wnt, i. it mynterv.
CunfliitiiiK repfirK lire current n. In
how he wub shut. One report guys
strniiKer cnlleil upon linn vntcrdiiy lit
hi. iiiiiniB in the Inn I Hitdr und that hull
mi hnur alU'r 1 1 it- unitor departed
('enerul SclinriRkiill' win foiinil l).V fain
valet Ivittfj utu'iniwinini in hin ruoiii, shot
in the head.
Other renurts slate that the General tc
ccived no visitors. No weapon wus found
mid the Itirnittire in the room was not
disiirruiiKcd. The polii-e altiich some siik
pieiou to the valet and he is caieliill.v
Latkk. The iudioinl authorities are
eonduetinK an inquiry at the hotel llude
into tne ecneral s death nnd have exam
tied it number ol servants. The toliec
nave liecome convinced that the vulet
had not, lint; to u" with shooting hit
r.vidcnee clearly points to nouns-
sination. A clue has been ob, .ncil
which will niolialilv lead to the
deteetiiin ol the murderer. Ten
duvs ak'o, M. M. Ilernol), owner ol
Franeo-Kussiau rooms on the Hue Koy-
ale, t'UjjiiKcil us an employe a Kussinii
I'ole niiintii I'otlltski. t'otlleski wits en
trusted by his employers with an invita
tion to a ball which he wns to deliver to
lieu. Scliuttskol). This ciiuliled hint to
ilituin access to the uuicral'fc room. I'ou-
leski has ttbst'ontletl.
DR. KUCH IS CHAGRINED.
NO PKRHANKKT Cl'RK
Doctor, Returnlnir, From Merlin
Kxpress Uoubta an to the New
Reaedi for ConHuruptton.
Vienna, Nov. IU. The doctors win
huve returned from tlerliu express ilouliti-
as to the rudicul cure of lupus liy Koeli'h
treatment. Tliev say that ill sumeoI'llH
cases declared to lieeuretl suspicious look
in)! pustules wcrcsccnbrcukingoui.'ilresl
near the cienria-d wounds. Lending Au
triiin sieciulisls warn thelaeulty naiiis
tiver-estiiiiitliii the eriieacy ot Koeh't
metliotls, und utlirm thut up to the pres
enl time not n single ease ol' unilouliten
una permuuent cure lias Ik-ch recoriietl.
Thev also thinkitpossiblethatthestront:
reaction ol the remedy on the iIwciikcii
tissue way prove dangerous to weak
Iuiik und intcrlerc with respiration.
I hree deaths, attributed to this cause,
ha vc ulrcndy been reported.
HKKI.IS, Nov. in. I'rol, Kocll is elut-
Krined over the renpenrance nt lupus in
a patient reported as cured. This is tin
only instance, however, of n return ol the
disease alter u supposed cure.
AIiuohI no Hope lor the Beautiful
und Talented Aclreaa.
1'liil.AliKl.riliA, Nov. IU. Miss Julio
Murlowe, the uctress, is lying nt the
IKiint of death with the only hoie for her
life depending on tin ulnmst lniH'less sur-
Miss Murlowe wus tuken with ty-
Phoid lever three weeks hko ami Inst
ridnv unsaid the crisis ol the tliitcuM
insntely and but lor com plications would.
by this time, nave oecn on u imr way to
recovery. On Sunday the glands iu hei
throat begun to swell, mid nliMvssrs
funned from which blood poisouiui! sel
in and she is now in imminent tinnier ol
death. Her physicians have hesitated to
oK-rate tiMin the uhcccs us in her
weaKeucti condition, nicy eoiisiueren nut
would not be able to survive it. Tbn
nlternoon at 3 o'clock they will hold u
consultation anil its she will incviiuMv
die il the onnition is not xrlormeii
they will probably decide to oH'n tin
abscesses although her vhaiuvs ol living
through the oieriitionare small.
PANICKY IN LONDON, .
The New York Market Report for
Nnw Vhk, Nov. 10. 111.11 it. m.
The stink market, in rcsHitiw to the
panicky feeling iu London, okiiciI firm
nt nt from 1 to U'j ier cent. down.
I'ricrs, however, have sinw Ikcii lairly
well held notwilhstniiding considerable
loseidi P. Hecker, denier in tens and
coffees, who Ims storesou l-.ihth iiveutn',
Ku ton and l-ronl streets luatle nil as'
sigmnent to-dity to lohn I',. Juinean
Jay Uould Huh Not HouitM a Con.
N'uw Vohk. Nov. IU President liimnn.
of the Kiehmoml Terminal system, says
in rcgnrd to the rcimri that ny Could
nnn actiureii n cihhi.ihiiik mivii.. n,
i.Tl Vim nim 1. 1 .n. a nf a.Aa.L
and ol this amount (iotild has bought up
one seventh, or ltlti.DOO shares."
Railway Rnlea) lo lh National
JACKHONVII.I.K, Flit., Nov. IU. The
Southern I'liascnifcr association announ
ces a rnte nf one lowest first-class limited
r..... l. ,.,..,.1 .citi t.i fVrilii Kin
luie lur hi I' .....
anil return for the delegates and the gen
. ,i. .M ..r !.
erai piioiie, on inv , .
ingot the Notional Farmers' Alliaiict and
Iniltistrntl union in iwcmoer.
Rarlnif Brothers)' Condition.
Loniion, Nov. lU.-Iluring llros. He Co,
state thnt oil their acceptances and qtlier
liahilities will be met as they fall due,
and that the position nf the firm with
the Bunk ol lingliind at its buck Is
stronger than ever before. They declare
... . B ii i.i..- ... u. ...:....i
tneir nnnneiHl jmaiviou .u r mini nun,
AnarchlNla Nsst tio.
IIkhnk, Nov. IU. A fresh expulsion of
anarchists from Switxcrlnnd isiinmlucnt.
THR PARNELL HF.NetATION.
A Reaction Iu HI Favor Now
Loniion, Nov. 10. The minor is cur
rent that I'aruell will retire from active
political lile, und tlutt he will marry Mrs.
O'Sheii as soon us the law will permit
him to dn so, It is also sniil that he has
Kroniisid to give continuous nil vise lo
is successor in the leadership of the mi
tionnlist party. It is an iinilcniiible fai t
that the virulence against I'aruell by the
tory pniersiii their tililoriuls is causing
a reaction ol public sentiment in his In
The Star (O'Connor's paper) savs
"I'urnell dots not intend tu roign the
leadership ol the Irish parliaiueiitaiy
The Fall Mall Gum-tic snvs: "Il
Purnrll's duty to t lit Irish ieople, their
Kiigbsh allies, his own character aud his
cuiise to resell his leailershio.
The Ivvcning News sus: "IrelundV
tiucrowiied king has liccu crowned with
"The Freeman's Journal savs; "Il is
imperative that I'aruell continue as tin-
leader ol the Irish pnrhiimeuiary party.
GEN. G0RDqN"U)N ; EASILY
WMl-.KK WAS TIIK AI.I.IAKl'K
A Tremendous) HeiiHnlloii In At.
iHtita Npeeches, Murelilug;, Fire
work, and. of Course, Yelling
ATLANTA, l.n., .Nov. 1 "I. I iiiriloll IS
tieoigiu's senator lur the next six years.
The vote ot the house wus taken amidst
great excitement. The galleries and lob
bies were packed with ('.onion men nnd
women, all Atlanta liciug for him. F.very
Gordon vote wits cheered and other
names were hissed. When roll call was
completed the vote stood: liurdon. Mil;
opposed, Kf. Then there were several
changes mill the vote showed I 'Kit Cor
don lucked one of u majority. Sie.iker
Howell then cust his vote lor Cuadon. A
dritmutic scene followed. Men wen I
wild, the crowds tu the lobbies broke
through the doors nnil the wildest en
lliusiasm prevailed. Mciulnrs who hud
changed to Cm dun wi re mounted
on t lie shoulders of others und cariicd
iImiuI the halls nmid the wildest eoii
lusiiin and enthusiastic enct t ing.
Atlanta is ttirnril iuside out A grcnt
t'liiriiou demonstraiinn iK-curnd last
night at the artesian well, with ('.onion.
u ild other cakers; hi nth res, fireworks,
artillery salutes, ernwiis mulching the
streets with brass hands, tin horn brig-
ulis. und nil yelling f.rCorilon. The to
tal vote of the two hollies wus;
Cordon 1 iff.
Hammond and Hawkins were not t-.-ui-
lakuk i.-miii-:r ii;ai..
CUHlilnv A Chapman Hell tin, to
Hie P. A. Ueiuens) Company,
The I'. A. Dcnicns wootl working com
pany huve purchnsed the liiniU-r business
and suw mills of Messrs. Ciishiug and
Chitininn, and will conduct that business
in connection with their present one.
The old firm hug been currying on an ex
tensive business in Western Not th Caro
lina and have had saw mills in lliiuconilic.
Mntlisnii und Ynnccy counties and else
where through the west.
1 lie unsettled business ol the oltl firm
will Isrclosed up bv Cushiug and Cliup
man at their present olhce. The linn go
ing out nl business has iniulc nil cuviabli
reputation by their correct butiucss
uiethotls, politeness nud prompt ncssiunll
Mr. S. F. Chninnaii is a slock holder in
the I'. A. Drmcns wood working compa
ny ami has becu elected secretary ol thut
company. He will devote Ins tune to
their interests. Mr. (.. V. lushing will
return tn Si. John, New llruiiswick. his
oltl home, to take an interest wait his
father in the extensive luinlicr business ol
A. Cushiug Ac Co.
.I'II.TY AND NOTSil'll.TV.
O'lliien and Dillon Mentenved lo
jail lor a Year.
Iitiii.in, Nov. IU. Ill court tit Clonuiit
to-tluy II verdict of guilty was rendered
against Wm. O'llrien, John liillun, Pat
rick O'llricn nil of whom lire inemlier
ol parliainent; John Culiiiaiie. Thomas
Vtnlslt, I'ltlriek .Mivklcr noil Mr. llollon,
who were intliclril on chnrgis of con
spiring lo induce tenants on Smith Har
ry a estates not to pay rent.
Mlliain II linen ami Inllun were encli
sentenced to two terms imprisonment ol
six months each, but the sentences are to
run concurrently. I'm trick O'llricn and
Cullinure were each sentenced to six
moulhsimiirisonnirnl.ntid Walsh, Merck
ler and llollon to four mouths each.
All the sentences were without Inlsir.
l ather Humphrey, Thus. J. Cunilon, a
inemlwrol parliainent, Dave Kellcv and
Hnvid Slitcny, n mcmlier of parlinmriit,
indicted on the same charges, were found
not guilty and discharged.
The Indian Trouble,
Washington, Nov. 111. General Helm-
field lodny received n telegram from
tlovernnr Miles stilling that troops had
been sent to I'ine Kidge nnd Kosrbml
agencies iihiii repirseiitulion that the
Indians were hcwnul conlrnlul the agent
und the Itnlinn miicc.
A Thousand Mtrlkera.
Loniion, Nov. ID. A thousand dock
laborers employed on the dnrsliin dock
struck to-day owing to the dismissal by
the cotnpitny ol a numlier nf men who
refused to loud n boycotted steiinirr.
The Irois Mstrket Down,
Gi.Asiiow, Nov, HI. Iron wiirruntaiirc
almost unsnliilile In thr mill krt 'irre. I'll
iron r-stcrilny declined to 4Ms I Oil ami
closed nt the worst point.
Ilelpa a Few.
WATKmit MV, Conn., Nov, IU. The Wn
terburv com puny liiisudvnncetl the wages
of the Ivory button turners 10 pcr cent.
Old World Tariffs).
Ukni.in, Nov. 10 Austria nnd Ger.
ninny have agreed iiHin the conditions
of the tariffs ol the resa.vtive countries.
, .i',,, ,.fi..ik -Vfmsaa.iiarlgllMi--.v ..iLt:tt.;jui;-Sti.'t f fl' laRljaWgir '"-f i 'r-'t
AS TU RAILROAD RATES
A WKLVOMK CONTRinCTION
FROM AN KXl'KRT,
Mr, wluhurn Itenllcs lo Mr. Kep
ler. l-rtBciilliiu; Home Flujurea
Thut Are I'.spi-clullv lertlnenl
t-.DiTOH I 111; i.itizi;n: So l.ir n tun
informed the question of "Railroad
Freight Kales" has not excited a pnitie-
ulnrly lively interest among our citizen
generally, nnil I niiiv possibly tux tlicpa-
tienec of your readers by asking their at
tention to the matter again, but ill order
to furnish Mr. S. K. Kepler iulormation
on this subject, which, from his letter iu
yesterday's Citizi-n, the Kaleigh News
und Observer iiiHiirs not lo have given
him, I desire to submit a list of the local
rales charged by the ililVcicul divisionsol
the Richmond At Danville railroad com
pany iu North Carolina, us compared
with those in Irircein thcslnteof Ceorgiu
The Western North Carolina railroud
luril), from which I ipuite, Ims been in mi
mterrupieil use since Sepleiiila.-r olh.
IhkT, ami shipments inuile liv Mr. Kep
ler lo am! bom stations u-twieii Salis
bury nud Paint Kock, or stations on the
Murphy ilraueh have lieen charged for
in uccorduuee w ith it. The North Caro
lina Division tin ill has been in force since
Fein 'uavy luth, lNtm, und the (Ceor
giu tin ill' since Octolwr 1 itll.
The laller is w lial is kuoii as the siun
dard tarilfof the tieorgia railroad com
mission, und contains the lowest freight
rules that ihul body has ever seen lit to
fix, ami is only imposed upon the trunk
lines, the shorter or more unprolitable
roads liciug allowed lo churge much
higher Hutires. The chissihcalion of mer
chandise applying iu this state anil in
Georgia are nearly identical, which 1
shall U- glatl to ilcinonstratc lo Mr. Kep
ler, although it is loo bulkv to embrace
ill this siiilcmciit. The following is the
BATI.SOK I KKII.1IT vr.U 10U I'Ot NHS.
roa tv.s Mti.ss.
Classes. I 3 r, II
tin. tanir Is i r, 14 11 in u
n. c t'.vi.i n...i i a u u n 7
tt. N. C M.K ...is, 17 lit 12 in U
Klin fit! MIl.KS,
fln.si. j -J a 4 ft il
(j luriff. ;ti ao 2 14 -n 14
X. C Illusion. ..til i!H at Lo 1A I'J
. N C. K. k...a.- .11 ui IU 17
POS loll MIl.KS.
s i 3 :i 4 n n
..'hi 44 :r.i :ia us i'o
4 as ai' l4 uo in
W. N t. K K
...j is as a.' i'K ju ar
Pill Ullt) UILKS.
. I 11 .1 4 II 0 Ave. rnte
.tt mi tin 44 .in :ui si
N, C till I.-..I1. . li.l 5;l 44 34 .'In 1M 4 I
W. N. C K K...7ollll0o44.Vi 'J.1 4T
The eharues lor intermediate distances
show uImiiii the same comparison.
rii:iircs do mil he, ami some Ireielil
rules lit least are low-r iu North Caro
lina than in Georgia, and those lire the
rales our a-nple puv.
It the ibllereiil communis were consul-
crcil the comparison would be still iiiori
lavoraiile to tne .vain t-aioiiua rules.
IhK'S anvbodv imauiue that the cost ol
traiisiHirtiug a car ot inciehandise uero.s
the llliie ridge iu n train heavy vilheighl
ol tell cars, or up Saltiila mountain.
when.- four o, live constitute n load, ol
over the Italsam, or through Red Murbli
gap, where the engines call pull bill two.
is no greater than along Hie level sand
lulls ol iH-iii'giii in a train ol Ironi twen-tv-livc
to lot I v loads.
These "furl and tiinircs" are n-smrt-
fully submiltcil to Mr. Kepler mid his
club in the same spirit which doubtless
proiiited the .News and Observer to nicu
linn the mallei the spiiil of fairness.
W A. Wimu mn, l. F. A., R. & D. R. K.
Asheville. N. C, Nov. Ill, IN'.IU.
Mr. Winbtirn'sinliirmutioniind hisspiril
ol laii'uess und courtesy will both be wel
come in u discussion of Richmond and
Danville freight rates. There is no dis
Hisitioil thai we have detected to
ask that railroad to curry freight
lor less than rates that will
give a lair pmiii nil money
actually iiivcstc.l. Hut us to what is u
lair profit anil as lo w hat lire luif rates
thai is, rates th.il do mil unjustly dis
criminate ug.iinsl nncHirlionol thesliite
in luvor nl nnoilier we suppose inert
niiiv be mi hoiii.t ilillcrcucc ol opinion
mid we are glad to have Mr. Wiiiburu's
l.n. C M lI N.
.IvAMA NTH-RICH ARItM.
Irlale WfUrling on French
llroad Avenue To-dii,
There wus a very pretty tiiict wedding
on French llroad n venue to-day lit 11!
o'clock. The contracting parties wen-
Miss Mary M. I'lcnsaiils, daughter ot
Mrs C. L, I'leiisanis nud Mr. Oscar N.
Richardson, o! Mich I'oiiit. N. C Rev.
J L. Carroll, pasloi ol the French Bninil
llaptisl cliiiicli, iK rlotincil I lie cerrmony
ill the press lice ol il lew ft lends of the
The couple lilt on the l! o clock train,
after II lunch at the house, lor II northern
iriii. 1 hey will travel lor a month nnd
will return lo High Point where they
will make their home.
CAHCKNTLHS AND JOINF.HM.
A Proelnnmllan for the Ohnerv-
slice of Thaukaglvlng Day.
Fri'sident N. I'. Corn antl Secretary W
II. Clayton, of the united brotherhood ol
cnrieniers und joiners of this city, have
issued a proclamation appointing Nor-
'il us ii iluy of tltuiiksuiviiig lor the mem
bers ol that order. In the cull relcrence
is made to the "closing duvs of the nnss-
in)' year, winch Has lieen lull ol blessings,
ol iicncc, nl coin lor ts mid ol plenty." The
invitiliers ol the body are invited, by the
priH'Imnatioii, to n I lend lit their places
of worship on that day. Thev arc also
reminded of the privilege ol "remember
itig the Miiir, homeless nud sorrowful,"
TIIK niCC KM I1HK I.Vt'Kl'M,
Thlr Nnmher Out Now, Filled
With luterealluK Artlclea,
The Lyceum mngnriiie lor Drcember
is out early, lull of very Interesting ar
ticles. Mr. II. II. Steven contributes an
irticleon "Should women vole?" Col
J. I), Cameron, essnv on "Mien nnd it's
associations;" Col. J. M. Ray's "Kcnil
nisceiicea ol lorly. year; ' antl sev
er il other productions bv differ
rut writer will be tirofitublr
and ptensntit rending. This number of
the Lyceum shows continued progress on
the part nf the new monthly, the iuIh
scripllnn price is f-1 a year.
XE'ER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADB MARK RBOI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AN
Cures) livery Variety of HcattacBMt
AND NOTlllNO BL8B.
Has earned for itself
the enviable repnta-
lion of being the 6 nest, most effective
antl reliable article iu ibe market for the
sjieeily relief und cure of every variety of
thai common trouble, IIkaoacub. Toe
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quuricrs, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It to some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of locb
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL, AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely tree from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is n a Cathartic, doe not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
rvliublc us a cure for any kind of bead
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-efliecU,
us iu the ease of other so-called "barm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most populur aud saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
UIKUI.I.ON8 FOR IBB.
The iloae lur an adult U two Uaapooarul.
n a wine glan. of water. Dose for children
n proiKirtlon, according to age. 1 either
ase the done can be repeated every unni
minucs until a cure Is effected. One done wUI
ulway. drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when tint feeling the premonitory
syinutuin.s hut If the attack i. well oa, and
-uilcrlng i. Intense, the necond or third done
may lie required. Usually a greater a am bee
if dose I. required to effect the Brat care
than Is needed lur any succeeding time there
utter, showing that the medicine la accaina-
atlve in it. enccta. tending toward aa event
ual itcrninncnt cure
For sale at
CO It NEK KAOLIC UKOf'K.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
We lire showing the bent
tock of LmlieH', MiHBt'B' and
.'hiltln'n'H WiiittT Wraps in
Our tlinplny oflonj-WrnpH,
Jiitki'tH, IMumIi mid Fur
fiooilH, ctnmot he mats-bed
lsowhiTc. Our nurment8 fit
nnil nivep-iii'i'iil sntiHfaction.
Wenie foiiKtiintly nveiv-
iii"; new additions in Drenn
Goods in black and colored
A full supply of "Cente-
iiipri" and genuine "Foster"
Kid CIovch, Ribbons nnd
Dress Ti'inimings just receiv
ed. 2t) dozen Handker-
chiefH from 00c. to f 50 per
dozen, also full line of Corsets
in best makes, Hosiery and
Gloves for Ladies, Misses
complete stock of Ladies'
and Misses Underwear in all
fjradcH, also Hlankets, Com
forts, Shawls, Household
Linens, Curtain Materials,
&c. Our stock of Fancy
Goods is larger than ever.
Latest designs in China Silks,
Felts and Wash Silks. Ladies
wishing to buy the best Dry
Goods in Asheville will do
well to call on us. Corner
Eagle Block, 40 8. Main St.