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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. 67.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place, planned mill devel
oping; as a
Situated in tho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
ful 1 less and beauty of
An elevation of :,,Hl)0 feist,
It iH burnt laid out with
taste 11 nd skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for tine
residences and .
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
UiitIIIc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apron, MauclkcrtlilcfW and
At M percent uuil Sill percent, less thun
All New Mild l.alei.1 MsleM.
JJ . MAIN ST., AHIIUVILI.U,
IS TIIK I'l-AC SON
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
REAL. US TATE.
(Huccrssnn to Wsller B.tlwvn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at
Niilnry 1'iitiitc. Commlsslonrrs ot Deeds
sfsfCK aouttieimt Court Wiarj
a -tm. artk TsTWT3
Real Estate Brokers,
And InvcNtnieiit Agent.
Loan, st urely placed at M per cent.
omen: 114 an I'altnn An Hccond floor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wnuhls't liuy tlmlier lands, mini ml prop
ertlra nr Aahcvlllr Kcill l.ntntc?
Then call on UK, Huratlii, and we will dive
thee thy money's worth.
We can sell thee a hiitiw hit, l nil thee shell
flslo erect a dwelling thereon, and I""""
the same In nnv t'lrc Inmiriiiiic Company
doing liuhicas In this Hintc.
OIe us s call, IliiratlnJ
JENKS A JKNKS,
HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
loom 9 Jk 10, McAfee Block
. ratios Ave., A.bevllle, N, C.
IJVliRY IAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC,
The Great Comedy I'luy entitled;
Has Ih-i-q withdrawn after a very succcmirul
run, and we now prcm-nt our matchless
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP;
UUOHH OI'siN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices are always low,
and particularly so on shoes,
in comparison with shoe store
prices, but we havo determ
ined in order to cIohj out
very thing in the nature of a
ow quarter shoe, or slipper,
:o sell tlieni so .much below
their value that you will Have
money to buy even for next
year. Do not fail to sen our
ine of Summer Shoes you
will he suit to buy.
We have Mason's Fruit
Furs, at lowest prices Jelly
ruinblers at -loc. per do..
Harper's Fly Traps at lHc.
ach Hammocks from $1
('rot 1 net Sets, all prices
and we are selling these
goods, ns we did last year,
at priceH away below nny-
ody else in town. We have)
Ire Cream Freezers so cheap
hat everybody en 11 have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
esscrt is less ex tensive.
Our stock of everything to
use, or to wear, to adorn
the parlor, or to lighten t he
work in tho dining room or
kitchen, is so complete that
we cannot mention items.
VK HAVE EVKKYTIllNn,
and no 0110 thinks our prices
high. You had always bet
ter try us for anything you
want before buying, IF WF
HAVE IT YOU SAVE MO.V
FY, if not well, we are pret
ty sure to have it see, any
(formerly of Lyman H Child I,
Ofllcc No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuIiicm
Loans securely placed at per cent.
V. A. GRACE,
Will Karcute In
ICncauntlc or Oil
III t OK ATIVK COMPONITItlN,
AililreMa an 'WoellWAMI) AVH. Detroit,
Mien., or IIUX 1143, Asheville, N. 0.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ft will take you but one
minute to read and you will
tlml by doing so you can Have
money by buy ingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carmiehael's Drug Store.
Ilia stock fresh nnd complete
ami at prices that defy coin-
Ntition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street. Asheville, X. 0.
You will he surprised to sec
how far $H, $10, $12 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and Hoys' Suits in
pro port ion.
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men shand
sowed Kangaroo Shoes, la
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
in Itichmond taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by Xew York salesmen
just liofore taking stock.
CLOTHINQ, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES. HATS.
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVK.
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
lated easy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all. by day nnd night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephono attachment
Handsome Soda w ater Ap
paratusice cold drinks all
day long fine " nnd 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney s ( igar
ettoH Choice I'erfumery nnd
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and clean Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes tho Drug
distributor for a hundred
mili'M uround comiM'tition
relegated to the rout too
busy to say more to-day.
T. 0. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Squall', Ashe
villo, X. 0.
Friday, - - - July 25,
8.30 P. M.
Y. M.C.A. LKCTLKl-: 1IAI.L
AN AC'CIIINT tll'-
-II IM RltC'liNT THII
TO PALESTINE AND THE EAST.
FOR THE MISSION HOSPITAL
AdiitlMMlon . s a . jo Cent.
To loan on real Mint arriirlly. Apply to
H 111 n k 1 1 1 1 . 1
Julyltidlw No. 1 Legal lilucs
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
A shout time ngonn editorial apiicnred
in tlic Alliintn Consiitution advocating
the boycotting of northern men-limits by
tlic south, in case the I-orce Hill was
mirbciI. It wns nt once cnniincntcil upon
liy the northern press nnd mine ol the pa.
x.rs could hut admit Hint the threat
would not be without effect, and that il
the hill were passed and the plan as pro
IKiscd were carried out it would lie n se
verc blow lit the business centers of the
north and one that illicit ulone make the
law n dead letter. On Sunday another
editorial npicaral in the Constitution on
I he same subject. It iiotes from the
northern pam-rs that commented on its
first nnd six-nks o'aiii of its deteriuina
tion to n'lvoeutc such stcptt in case the
law is p:vwed.
-'Hv wnv of L-iviiiL' due noliec," it says,
"let us sav rinlit hen- that when the wires
Hash the tidings that the president has
signed the force lull the Constitution will
instantly call a mass uieeliiiK looD-muzc
allimu-Kulc Leauue. It will be the
most determined natheriu ol'H.-opleeyer
seen in (leoniin's capital, and its action
will be SH)iilaiicous. unanimous, and lis
sicedy as the live thunder when it luipb
irom us nonie in ine iiiiiiiiu ciuvi.
"The boycott, with every white man,
woman mid child in the South behind it,
will lie mightier than nil the nrmics whose
inaixluiiK teet onee shook tins continent
from sea to sea. With this iieacelul wea-
kiii in our hunds all the hosts that hute
is cannot prevail against us.
"Men of the north, do you comprehend
the lull mcaiiiiiK and scope of this vast
movement? The Atlanta mccliiij; will
lw fnllou'i'il liv similar meetiiiL'S in evcrv
eoinmunitv Irom Maryland to Texus.
Home Kule lauues will la.-oruauuedev-
crvwherc in the south, and the members
will nleduc themselves to buy not h dol
lar's worth of anylhiiu; that is produced
or nuiuufactuied in the north. Cummer
eiallv sH.-nkinK. nil iinpussablc wall will
rise iH-tweeu tlic sections. All tue ix-iieiu
will lie on one side, and all the lossouthc
other. The necessity of the case the
home demand will, as was the case in
(he blockade days during the war.slimii
late the growth ol every southern indus
try. Manufactures will spring up every
where. Our farmers, pledged not to but
corn nnd meal from the west, will'rnist
their suiiiilics at home, and our dream ol
sell-susiaiuing, di versified agriculture wil'
lax-omc 11 lact. Our long delayed direct
trade with liuroia- will eoinc withurush
and the lings ol all nations will llulter ii
southern harliois. I'aralysis will m-ui
the congested capital, tlic industries, tin
commerce and the railway lines rui.iiiii
from the north to the south, and bun
dnds of thousands of iKnK-nile and idii
workingmeu in the great cities ol Ui
north nnd west will liereelv turn iiimiii so
ciety and rnise thcery : 'llreiul or lilooil !"'
A patiiktic storv comes by way ol
I'estll null tells of band of gypsies who
were soliciting uliiis near Torak Itets
when one of the peasant women whom
they met smkc to tliem. Iiiimcdiately a
little girl of live years, blind and hah
starved, cried out: "Mother, oh, mother,
come tome?" The woman started and
creaming, "My child ! my child !" rushed
to the little girl, tore Iter nigged dress
k.'ii nnd showed a birthmark which slit
recouiiicd us having lawn on the hmisl
of her baby daughter stolen I'riun her a
year ago. The gypsies, says the dis
patch, hud put out the child's eyes to
prevent her recognizing her mother or
friends. The H-itsnuts, enrnged, would
have IviicIkiI the g.Vics but lur the in
lerferenee of the geiidariucs, w ho look
the band to prison for examination.
It il just such stories us these that
make the ncwspaa-ni which print tla-m
ridiculous. The convcnictil slrawla-rry
murk plot has la-en worn threadbare.
and what it baud of gyiies could jsissi-
lily want of a blind peasant girl gm-s
iust n little la-yond the realm ol sense.
The w hole story only leads to one con
clusion the lairs are not nil dead yet.
To he lleaun Noon,
A joint meeting of the stiH-klioldrrsaiid
board of directors of tlie Asheville Park
and Hotel Company was held at the Na
tional Hank of Ashcvillr yeslccdtiy alter
noon. Tlie president, V. Ii. Me lire, was
absent nnd I'r. S. W. Hal tic. vkv-presi-dent,
presided. The plans, fur the lintel,
submitted by the nn-hitix-ts in New Vurl
were discussed. The architect will la
here sihiii to explain Iheni nnd to take
active steps toward In-ginning work.
ir. Unit Ic says he thinks the plans will
Is.- adopted, us nil directors lire well
plciiscd. The election ol the board of di
rector, C. U. IHnulnn mid J. 0. Martin
la-inu milled to the list. The hoard is
comiMiscil of V. Ii. Mcltcc, S. W. Ilalllc
W. T. I'cnnimnn, M. J. l-ugg, A. II. Air
drews, W. M. Iliicniird, A.J. l-yniiin, W.
II. ('.wen, C. II. Hhiutoii ami l.d. Martin.
All I lie stock dial it is devilled ndvisa
ble to sell here has la-en taken, and tlie
remainiler will la-sold to uortlH-rn parties
The prosia.-ctusol the eoiuinnv will be
out hi n lew nays.
A I'U'ii-r ik-Iivihc.
A llirmiiighain, Ala. avial dinpaleh
In the ChatlaiiiHigii Times says:
A lady it-gislcred II Idler containing
f.iil ut the poslolucc tins moninig ami
llien ilropiH-il it in OicImis. It was nil
dressed to Ii. M llishop, Asln-ville. A
few minute Inter n well dressed young
man niiiM-urcd lit the window mid Hated
that 11 lady had iust mailed n letter to
It, M. Ilisliop, Asheville, mill wauled to
gel il mil lis sue nan inane n niisuiKc in
the nddtvss. The elrrk susiax'teil some
thing wrong nnd told the mull tit come
buck in hull mi hour, lie came hack nnd
n detective in waiting ni rested liim, Mr
uiivr his name as J. Ii. Mini, nnd linully
admitted that he had not la-en sent lor
the letter nnd had no right to it.
The same trick wn tried successfully
here Rome litnc ago mid the imstoflict-
eicrs minus turn is tue mini wnu inn iv
lie is 11 stranger here.
The regular rehearsal of the chorus of
" I'm Iciu-e" will la-held to-night In the
new oiK-rn house, I'lillon nvenuc nnd
Cliureli street, instead of the Carolina
I club rooms.
BRIGHT BOOMING MARION
What Tlml kIhIiik Voumk Town
Mahion, N, C, July -'!!, 1K1I0,
Twelve months ngo this town had
population numbering scurccly Kill), now
il has 1,5110 jieoplc who claim resilient-
within its gates, nnd it is rapidly coming
to tlie front. It is located twenty-four
miles from Asheville in nbotit the same
altitude and is like the (Jtiecii City of the
mountains, n health nnd pleasure resort.
ust now Marion is on u boom, Auc
tion sales of lots are U ing held, pruticrh
is selling rapidly and everything uround
denotes activity nnd life. Thousands of
dollars are living ia.-nt in improvements,
At present preparations lire la.-ing made
lor 11 dummy line. Ilritlges urc iH-iug put
in, grading done, nnd the thirty-live
Hund steel rails, dummies mid cars lire
on their way here. North of the town
llloeker & Co. lire erecting charcoal pits
and furnaces for the working of the Iks-
semer iron ore.
The three C's railroad has let the eon
tract for the building ol bridges over the
Western North Carolina and their addi
Hon to Marion. At present the road is
within twelve miles of the town and will
reach here not later than August loth.
The town is putting $10,(101) into street
mprnvemcnls mid la-sides this the four
liffereut land companies arc siientling
scvernl thotisiind dollars, each, grading
the streets in their addition.
On Saturday last the Augusta Marion
improvement eomputir wns iiicorKiratcd
with n capital stuck of $(i(),0(i(l. C. Ii.
Walker is president, and James I-'lemiiig
secretary and treasurer. The company
hiivc purchased from the ( ld North State
land company eighty acres at the liend
if Main street for jjiiio.llilll. Tlic com
pany will at once la-giu the improvement
ol their proiertv nnd will erect n magni
ficent hotel on the site nnd make other
A Mr. Kols-rts, of Savannah, (.-. , has
located the site lor a wood muuiilaclur-
ng enterprise mid will employ loo hands
r more. A new bank is to lie established
a a lew days. A gold mining company
ins la-en formed of Huston capitalists re-
in-scuting $1,000,000 worth ol proarty
mil iiicorHiratcd under the iinme of I del
niliing company. Their proa-rty lies
cn or twelve miles south of the city
vVnrk on the development of their pro-
rly will Ik- la-gun at once. A syndicate
I Marion is-oplc have lanighl the Teagiic
tilt mid will improve and put in new
iiuchinery. There is talk ol 1111 electric
On August L'T. U'M mid 1".) 11 big sale of
lots is to la- held.
Hwam lo Ktwiipe.
John Ia-U, Charles Miller nnd Thomas
ordan had a light with l-cc 1 1 vile and A.
. I. inn, who work at Vauderlnlt's, Sun-
lay afternoon in which l.inn received
three painful wounds on the head, in
dicted by a rock. Officers McDowell and
Hunter went niter I-ctt, Miller and Jor-
lun Monday afternoon, and louiid them
near the railroad trestle, across the
l-reiicli Hniiul river. The men were op
Misrd to U-ing arrested and tried to get
iway, and l-tt and Miller junia'd into
the river to swim nwav. They finally
nine out Urn use of the cold tcuiaralure
of the water, and were urn-sled. Jordan,
when approached by the Mlieeuicn.
pulled n pistol from his xckcl and said
he would uol he arrested, lie was sub-
lued by the sight of the olliccrs' pistols
mid were taken in. The prisoner were
to have had n hearing this morning hul
il wns KistMiucd until to-morrow al 10
The onic-crat Urclrd.
At 11 inceling of the stiK-khohlers of the
Asheville and Craggv .Moiinlain rail
way held yrslerilny in the city, W. II.
wyn was elected president, II. I.. Tay
lor, vice president. Win, W. West, secre
tary nnd treasurer. J. II. Hustle, II. L.
Waddell, II. I.. Taylor, Will. W. West
and W. II. dwell were elected directum.
The stockholders, so far, lire C. I v. Crn-
ham, W. II. C.wyn, W. W. West, C. T.
K-akc.J. II. U-e, II. I.. Taylor, II. C.
Waddell, . II. Ilostie, M. I'.. Carter, anil
Ii. T. Cleminous. Over JL'h.iiiiii of slink
has Ikx-ii nlrendy taken and the laioks
will la? oH-ti for a lew ilay at the ullicc
of liwyn : West. Engineers will la-giu
the liHiilion of the line next week unit
work will la- coinmcnicd us soon as this
is done, mid will probably connect with
the Asheville it reel railway.
The l.sct-um IjimI NIkIU,
"Cnn 11 man hold to the tenets ul the
Kiiinan Calluilic religion nnd Ik n loyal
American cllixea ?" wa the subject for
lisciissioii at the Lyceum Inst night
Col. V, S. I.usk, made the oieuing hwIi
mid took the ground that 11 man ranniil
liclovalto Isilh, lie was followed by
Messrs. Shepard mid Jcmiuerel, who
look lite same side ol I lie ipiestlon mid
Messrs. Inn. Ilonnhuc, T, K. ('mine, Win,
Ward, T. C. West nil and I'elcr Comially.
who look the other side and niaiiitaincil
tlml n mail can la- loyal lo both the
clinreh mid the union.
The lliincoiiila-coiinly Iratlieis' ciniii'
cil will meet Sal urday, August 'J, in the
Orange street school at II a. ill. All ef
fort will l iniiilr to get some of the
teacher of the inlei sl.ile iiormul school
to give lecture. livery teacher is Inviud
to Ik- present.
Trilii lO I'MU-ll lilt! AlllllllVV.
S-i'lnl to The L'lllirn.
St. Pai l, July U.'l. To-morrow the
Stale republican convention will nsscni
hie here. Fully live hundred Nili(iciaiii
have arrived mid n dicker i Mug mntle
with the l-'iiriiiers' Alliances. Mrrrinn
will be nominated for governor.
Tlie Bc-hhIoii llc'icuu.
Sicciut to TlIK ClTIZKN.
Spkinci'iklii, III., July 2.1. The Illinois
legislature-convened here to-day iii8ieeial
session. An amendment will lie submit'
ted iKTinittiug the city of Chicago lo
issue $5,000,000 in bonds in aid of the
Win Id's Fair and to pass the necessary
legislation to permit the use of public
grounds for the exposition nnd to vest
the power of eminentdoimiin in Hint city
during the fair.
To tlie Hllver Lake AHNemhly.
SiH'cial tu Tlie Citizen
NliW Vohk, July 2H. Mrs. U. S. Grant,
(iciicrul and Mrs. O. C. Howard, Com.
mnndcr and Mrs. Clnrksm., Chaplain
McCnbe and Rev. Ir. A. J. I'nlmcr left
in a siK-ciul car on the liiie road this
morning lo attend the Silver Luke As
sembly. This is Grand Army day nt that
gathering and fully twenty thousand
la-optc urc in attendance.
Met Fire lo a Town.
Sjat-lnl to Tlic Citizen.
Huston, uly 2.'!. Liiln Ln Montague,
wanted at Walfslown, Otic., fur attempt
ing to set (he town oil tire, is having a
hearing to-day. In all probability she
will Ik- extradited.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
Charlotte has exactly 1 1 ,.r2'J residents,
A white buzzard was recently seen liv
ing over Durham.
(.recti Cove Springs, Morula, hnd a
$i;o,0O0 fire recently.
Winston nmnteurs are going to pro.
iluee the chimes of Normandy.
lack Smith, a lelh'co miner, was killed
nt Hint pincc ny a ireigiit train.
In West Virginia the prohibitionists
nre talking of piming hands with the re-
Atlanta has secured 11 night service lor
the iKistolhce, and the nflicc will lie kept
open all night hereafter.
Joe Mason, a Memphis bar kcciier, had
his skull crushed in by u Ik-it glass
thrown by a drunken man.
I'hitip Harnakcr, n pudiller working In
the iron mills nt Hirmiugham, Aln., sui
cided with morphine after a week's spree.
Lightning struck the Crown cotton
mills nt Dalton. Gu., and they were de
stroyed along with :iii0 bales of cotton.
A man wns drowned in Cartersville,
Gil., while ballimg, but he had changed
his mime so oilcn that it is not known
who he was.
The Mary I'ratt iron furnace nt Hir-
niiiigham, Ala., one of the U-st paying
ami most valuable in the South, is to la
sold nt auction.
Dr. K. C. Ward, a prominent physician,
ol Decatur, Cm., and prolessor in the
Southern medical college at Atlanta, died
at the laltcr city.
Grace Heiiiamiii and Alice Grayson.
who instigated the suit ngaiiint Kev. Dr.
D. M. Harris at Nashville, have plumed
1 heir wings nud flown away.
An item going the rounds places the
population of Mobile nt 2.",ih 10 and the
gulf city vigorously and Hiintcilly ul-
iccts. Its population isji-.iiihi.
iN-iiuty I'nited States Marshal W. V.
Charleston was severely wounded in
llihh county, Gu., while attempting to
arrest two moonshiner. 1 lie men es-caa-d.
A. Kinaldi. of Orlando, t-'hi., has one ol
the oldest coin in that city. It in 2."i
rent coin ot n rtpiimsh dcnoiunmluiti
bled in l"7:i, nnd is worth cunsiderahle
ns n relic.
Snrdis. Mississippi, has received n con
signment of liiunrs in the original pack
age. T1r- Isrst ja-oplc of the town nre
protesting against the sale 01 the slull
nnd will light to the hitter end.
Will tones, n mail carrier on the Roan
oke and Rock Mills route, in Alnhiinm.
rilled the mail bags and succeeded in get
ting nwny with several hundred Dol
lars, lie ha Ikvii arrested in lilitabcth.
A Sun l-'rimciHco correspondent writes
that the mantle of the late Henry W.
Gruilv has lallcn on the shoulders of Kev.
Thomas Dixon, ir.. the North Carolina
divine who is creating so much of a stir
in the North.
A iicl'Pi in (he ncighlMirlumd of Mullen-
ville. 11 suliiirb of Grilliu, tin., went to
town and mailt nil his money for n Win
chester rille, nud nt night, while showing
the little negroes how it worked, snot
his left hand completely oil".
Znchnry Hrny, of Calhoun, Gu., 0
venr ol am-, commuted suiciiic ny snoot
ing himsell in the chest. He wn accus
tomed lo iiriiiKing uenviiy mm onen sui
lereil from teniHirury insanity. Il is
siipiHised that was the cause.
I'. M. Wilson, commissioner nf immi
gration lor Nortli Carolina, tin re
sinned. Thcollicei now vacant. The
resignation was icniicreu ni tue nisi
meeting of the agricultural iHiurd. His
successor will doubtless lw elected at the
next ineetiiiR oft hut laid).
Colimibin, 8. C, lm liecn hninefully
I rented by the census enuinenilurs and
he iMiuilc are 110 in arms. The mnyor.
a live, progressive man, has issued a call
foi nil who luive la-en overiooseii 10 re
IMirt ut once nnd the complaint arc
more than Miuriiig in.
Rev. I r. D. C. Kcllv. of Gnllntiii.Tenn.,
who can nut lie ImiIIi preacher nnd lailiti-
cimi lavnuse hi presiding elder lias said
llllll nnv, will give lip cue lonucr 111111
next Monday will la-gin hi canvass nf
the State n the nnniiuecof the prohibi
tion pnrly for governor.
Two hundred drunken negriK-s noted
in Hell's Half Acre in Nashville nnd two
Hiliecinail attempted to quiet the dis
turbance. One wn severely cut with n
rair, the other barely esciia-d with his
life. The itttrnlion ol "Col." Shepherd
i rrctftilly called to this Southern
I luring n discussion in n court room nt
Petersburg, Vn., between n lending law
yer nnmrd McKennev nnd Mayor Col
lier, the latter culled the governor a liar
mill wns slapped In the mouth for his
pains, Then the judge took 11 hand in
the proceedings nud lined the mayor $25
and McKcnncy $10.
Down in l-'loridn n negro tried to steal
a ride on the eowcnlher. The engineer
did not see him until the train ran into a
row on tlie track, when the cow flew one
side nud the ncuro mi the other, exclniin
Inif "Oh lordy I forty time before he hit
the ground, He wa left to keep the
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAlllt MARK KBGI3THRHD,
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cure) livery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING EL8U.
Has earned for itself
the enviable rcputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
sixx-dy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIkaimchk. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all ipiartcrs, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
I-'or its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINIJ,
Since it dies not contain on atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can Ik taken by
young nnd old without fear or serious
result. It is not a Cathartic, doe not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The (iceuliar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in it being; thoroughly
reliable a a cure for any kind of head
ache without rcsax-t to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying nftcr-clTccts,
ns in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
I1IKUCTION8 FUR USU.
The dose for an adult Is two tcnupoonful.
in a wine Klaus of water. (June for children
in proKrtion, aecordiiiR to age. In either
case the dose can lw repeated every thirty
minucs until a cure is elicited. One lose will
always drive away an attack of Headache,
If taken wheo Hrst feeling Use premonitory
ymptoms; but If the attack la well on, and
ullcrin is Intense, the second or tbinl dose
may be required, t'snally a ("enter number
of doses Is required to cneel the Dint cure
than is n ceiled for any succeeding time there
lifter, showiUK that the medicine I. accumu
lative in its cltectn, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 SOUTH MAIN STREKT.
Wo offer greater indueo-
iiion ts to mull buyers of Dry
(ioods than liny house in
All our Domestic (ioods
bought before the Hue of cot
ton are now sold nt prime.
Fans nud I'iii-iihoIs, the
best selection in town, re
gardlesH of cost.
CurtaiiiH in great vnriety
for leMH than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nnjt-
kins anil Doilies at priccM
that defy eoiniietition.
Whit Hoods, Embroider-
it's and Laces ut half their
Our ntock is very large and
we arc determined to reduce
Kid OloveH ant Hosiery,
the best Btock in Aslieville,
all reduced to bottom priced.
Wo will undersell the low
est. Call and bco us beforo
All (Ioods aro now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
OppoaiU Saak f AakwrlU.