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Asheville Daily Citizen
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Bli Time, 78 cent.
-VOLUME VI. NO.-82.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
m i4iLWf.tr 1 .ijof.vifiL'
A plitee planned and tlevel-
vuiik an u
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
I A region noted for houlth-
" J fulness and beauty of
An elevation of :i,H0() feel,,
r J with pool
J Invigorating Climate
, J L ik heing la w out. won
"$ tjiwt and nkill, with well
I gimlet! roads and extensive
A desirable plaee for fine
1 resiileiiees and
A Rood opportunity '"
f prolHnble investments. For
f illustrate! pamphlet, ad-
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT COA
l.lilvilW. MIU'llvll ., N. t"
CIIF.TIOT, SATIiliN ANII
1'I.AKiNltl. SHIKTS J I 'ST
IN. LAWKS' IlLAZIvKS,
SHIRT WAIST A CIIIM
liSKTTliS JI'ST KliCI-l Vlil.
;U SOUTH MAIN STKIiliT.
JJ 8. MAIN ST.. AHHKVII.I.U,
-ISTItK l-I.ACS Hl
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Vlcwt and Sketches.
AT ALTSS IIWVN, l L L!Ti
GWYN & WEST,
(Muccraaor. to Walter H.Gwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
JLoana Securely Placed at 8
Notary I'nlillc. Commlaalonera ollienla.
OKPICK aoulheaat Coart aquare.
Real Eatate Broker.
And Inveittnieut Agent:
Loan, nc urcly placed at M per cent.
meMi 2 IU 118 I'slton Are second door,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
Wnuld.'t huy timber Innrfa, mineral prop
crtlc. or Aahevllle Aral Katntc?
Then call on u, Horntlo, and we will give
the. thy money', worth.
W .an hcII thee a house lot, lend the. ahek
rlato crest a dwelling thenon, ami Inaurc
the aaine In anv Fire tnaurancc Company
doing bualneaa In thin Mate.
(live u. a call, Hnratlol
JISNK8 & JKNKH,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 Jfc 10, McAfee Block,
3 Patton Art., A.heyllle, M. C.
kvi:rv uav thih wukk
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
llua heen withdrawn after very aucceaafnl
run, nnd we now prvarnt our niatchleM
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP.
IHMIKB II'.N AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER.
During tli month of Au
gust we want to elose out
everything w' have in the
line of Summer (ioods. We
are piiitf to buy a lif? stock
for the Fall and Winter and
we want no money locked up
in (!oods to carry over. We
have some beautiful patterns
in FloumingM nnd Allovers
that wo will sell so cheaply
(lint it would he economy to
bu.V even for next Summer,
as ouecannot hove too many
While Dresses. If you neetl
a I'daiiket orn Comfort t hese
cool uihtsyou can llnd what
you want nt our phice. A
new line of (liiuihunis in Full
Similes have just cftme in,
and ai-eointo besold very
Ittw, as is our habit with all
our (ioods. Vehuc abiait
six lce('ivain Fillers t)f the
seaMon'M lot; they will besold
very low. You can still buy
('roquet Setts and Hum
mocks of us i:heaH'r than
anybody else. Our Store is
heath luarters for all sorts of
of which wo ask an inspec
tion. Come to see us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will save money. Every
thing at lowest prices at
SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of all thr humlaome and vnliinhle rnwrty
that haa hern offered In Aahevllle, none com
parnlilr to the antirokcn fnreat of over One
Hundred Acre, divided and anlidlvldrd Into
the moat lienutllul lot. and tract., lylnu
Tho Ilouhvtml oftho (My,
About one-third helnv within city llmlta and
the remainder In the charming auliurhan villa
Only one mile from Court (tqunre (10 mln
ule.i drive) nnd on the lieatand moat popular
drive leadlnu to the country. There la a lab
yrinth of avenue, and atrreta being built
through tluar ground, under the aunervlalon
of one of the ffnrat engineer. In the Mouth,
The lota and trncta will rang In alie from Vi
acre to 8 to S acre., the larger plat, covering
anmr of the moat beautiful and irictumque
clevntlona to be found In a day'. Journey.
Send for plat of the property to
Nat. AtklnHon & Son,
AHIIBVII.LB, N. C.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C,
It will take you but out
minute to read and you will
find by doingsoyou can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
mediant nnd such articles
at Carinicliaol'8 Drug Store.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prieeH that defy com
Htition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer (ioods
in order to elose them
A large discount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CL0THIN0. DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVIJ
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally IocuUhI well venti
lattnl easy of access agree
uble to customers a 1 trac
tive to all, by dny nnd night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephono attachment
Handsomo Soda Wnter Ap
paratus ice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 ami 10 rent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery and
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 the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-dny.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
( Formerly of Lyman Child I.
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strlctljra Brokerage BuaincM
Loan. Mcurcly placed at rtef cent.
Oold. Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Co mill,
nation Moulding. Al.o Hoom Moulding..
Picture. Matted, Mounted and Framed at
loweat price, and work guaranteed. Bngrav
Inga, Painting, and Local Vlcwa alwaya on
a B. Main St.,
apr IN d
Photo gallery over Law's .tore. Ifaye'a
Patent atyllghti parlor, and printing do
Sartmenttcnmmodloua and enay of acccM.
poly to BBAKDKN. RANKIN ft CO.,
JuuctdU 05 south Main alrcct.
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
A SENATE RESOLUTION TO
SHUT OFF DEBATE.
IT IS REFERRED TO THE COMMIT
TEE ON RULES.
RKKD FOR ONCK l'NARI,K TO
COI'NT A UI'UKi n,
THE COTTON CROP REPORTED IN
BIO VTRIKK ON THK NKV?
I'TICA, N. V., AtiRUBt 0. livery Kiii;lit
of Liilmr wiirkint; Tor the New York
Central nnd Hudson river niilrnml in
the city or Ittwtia lintli eimt mill wist lor
liftv mile, have iiit work.
In this city the fiirce out mny tiumlicr
forty. It in comxc(l ol Bwiu'lmiai, Ixij;
unKemcn, unte tenrlcr nt Mrcrt cniBS,
iiiK. frciKht luindkra. cur iimiax'tora ami
men occuiiyim; noaiuona of like nntiirc
One or two pitKH'iincr tniina linvv Ih?cii
run, but no freight lina gone through
aincc mat niiu.
The railroad Hulhiiritica linvc Intel
mnnv npnliciitions from men lcsiriiiL' to
K to work. Their iintnra nnd nildresses
were taken, nnd it m thought when the
cnmiuiny in rcmlv to run ita trnina the
plncca ofitrikcrn here can lie tilled in two
There ia no troiilile, or rumor of nnv
on the Weal Shore.
Nkvy Vokk, AiiKiiat I). The Hint tniin
which It-It the C.nind Central depot this
innriiuiK paaacd uiidcrnt'iith the n
wootlcn hriduc at I'orlvlilth street tit
exiietlv .'l.no nVliH'k. 1'iiiir iMirtt ivitf nt.
t ached to thin trmn nnd these were occu
pied sorter, whosv duty it wiib to dis
trihute the mails liel'ore the train reached
Albany. There were no iiasscnucra
The tie up on the road wan complete,
livery trainman, hrukemun. awitchiuan.
engineer, nml conductor except those
neceaanry to attend to the niiiutii ol tin
mail trains atoiiK'tl work on the ordei
of the executive iMiard nl' the diatrict us-
semblv No. 2Mi.
Kailronn menbv inulunlconwiit aurtvii
to furuiah enough assist. ouv toallow lh
mail traina to run, hut they bail dctt r
mined that not n simile naaseiii'cr nor a
iMiund of (rein III should Ik-carried on the
line of the N. V. Central alter It) o'clock
last titKht. l-roin to H;:i"t hisii. m..
no traina were run. About six o'clock
however a ureal uumlicr ol train hand,
who tlid not Ih-Ioiu; to the Knights o
l.alMir rriKirteil nt Hie vard for work
they were instructed to set about ctcauiiiL
tracks. Third Vice-President Webb tool.
charge of the men aa aoou an they en
teral the yard, lie hail lieen up all
niht superintend iiu; the company's bus
iness nun consulting with the police olK
eials from time to time rcKariliiiK the
safely of the piisseiiuirs who arrived on
incoming trains. Tnear were conicllctl
to ffet off the cars at Moll Haven in
stead of coniiui! into the ('.rand Central
depot as usual anil thev hail to rely upon
the acconiinoilation ol I he elevated rail
road and street ears to hi tin; them down
Th strikers conduct IheuiMclvcsiu an
THK COTTON (HOP,
An Advance In C'ondlllwn In the
Nkvy Vokk, August It. Total visible
supply nf cotton for the world is I ,'.'01 ,
0!)7 bales, of which H2I,:i!l7 is American
Last year's receipts in all interior towns.
KH7; receipts from plantations, 772;
crop in sight, 780,001.
Washington, It. C., AukuhI . The
August cotton returns ol the department
of agriculture show n slijjht advance in
condition nf the plant in the Carolinas,
lenncssee, Mississippi anil lMiisiana.
There is a fullinu of one poitil in (leoruia
and Florida, of two in Alabama, four in
Arkansas nnd seven in Texas. The gen
eral average is 81)3. It was 1111' last
month. The condition is thcrctoi c still
relatively high. The improvement in the
Mississippi river bottoms is trom the rap
id growth of the late planting ol sub
merged area. A fair stand in vigorous
growth nnd of abundant fruiting is gen
There are Iretiiieut rclerences to tin
droughts, in some instances of several
weeks duration, followed by n stuhcienl
rain fall, in some cases by excessive rains,
yet there tins been no general drought.
One section of the rnuniy is reported
dry, while another is too wet. The
storms npicnr to nnve ieen local over
tortious of the cotton licit. Sandy soils
have been lirncultcd by the rains which
have 1nmgcd nndclny uplands; nnd the
droiiL'lit. which has scarcely willed the
plants in the licavv sons, nas iniureii me
crop in the light limns, t acre are ire
iticnt reports of stiierior promise, the
nest lor several years; in one county in
(tctirgin, the best in thirty years.
The only forms of injury reported are
tendency to droll the leaves nnd fruit
lifter the sudden changes from dry to
wet weather anil an occasional attack of
The entterpillnr Is not very prevalent.
The licit worm is somewhat more lornit
dnble in the Southwest, Averages ol
condition arc follows: Virginia, ll.'l;
North Cnrolirn, 00; South Carolina, tf;
(ieorgln, ; Florida, 110; Alabama, 113;
Mississippi, 111); l.oiitsiana. Mil; lexus
H'J; Arkansas, HQ; Tennessee, il.'i.
A lAO I.AW.
One Proponed for the Menate
Wasiiini.ton, August ll. In the Sen
nte to-day the roll tall showed there
were in the chnmher twelve senators less
than a ipiortitn, nnd the sergennl-nt
arms wns directed to rripicst the nltcn
dance of absentees, nnd by 10.20 the
presence of a quorum wns secured nnd
Senator Miickliiirn gave notice that he
would on Saturday, the 2Itd, nsk to sub'
mit the customcry resolution! relative to
the death nf his Inte colleague, nnd nsk
the aennte nt that time to consider them
Senator Hoar offered the following
resolution which was rclcrrcd lolhccom
inittee on rules.
Resolved, That the rules of the senate
he amended by adding the following:
"When any bill or resolution shall have
liccn under consideration for a reasona
ble time, it shall be in order lor any sena
tor to demand that the debate thereon
lie closed. Il'such a demand lie seconded
by n majority of the senators present the
question shall forthwith lie tnkcii thenon
without further debate and t lie icndiiig
measure ahull take precedence ol all other
business whatever. If the senate shall
decide to close the debate the iUcstion
shall he put upon the pending amend
incuts according to the rules of the sen
ate, but without further debate except
that every senator who may desire shall
be uermilleil to siK-ak upon the measure
nut more than once and not exceeding
thirty minutes. Alter such demand sh ill
hnve ls.cn made bvanv senator, no other
motion shall be made in order until the
sume shall have liecn voted upon by the
senate unless I he same shall fail to he
'After thi senate shall lia.c tUviilcd to
close the debate, no motion shall U' in
order but a motion to adjourn or to take
n recess when such motions shall be sec
nulled by a majority ol the senate. When
either ol such motions shall have Urn
lost or shall have failed of a second it
shall not lie in order to renew the same
till one senator shall have spoken upon
the iKiiiliag measure or one vole upon
the same shall have intervened.'
The bouse bill niithoriziuirthc construc
tion of a bridge across the Tennessee river
at or near (iiintersville, Ala., was taken
Irani the calendar and passed with an
amendment adding words "at or near
Ik. posit, Alabama."
Ilielarill bill was then taken up, the
ipicstiou Iking on Senator llutler's
amendments to paragraph I It t, page i.'7
to reduce the duly on cotton ties to ;t
KTCcnt. ail valorem.
In the house la-lore the reading of the
journal Mr. Rogers, ol Arkansas, raised
the point that there was no quorum
present and the sia-aker Is-'ing unalilcto
count a ipiorum a call ol the house was
VANt'i: NOT A I.A MM !;.
He Hees II Ih Way Too Clear I'or
Washington, August si. According to
an line view had with Scualur au,c
here he is not dislurla-d at the numerous
eKirts ami dispatches from North Car.
iliua to tin cllccl thai the Farmers' Al
i.incr of that State is couspii ini; to dc-
cat him lor iceli elioii, lie says lb, last
press dispatch, st.-itinir that I her is a
'niiilitiiatiou la'lwtcu the l-ariners Alii
nice ami the kiciiuioiul aial l.iiivillc
ailioad to delta: V.,acc, is false on its
"I'or vcars," milled the senator, "there
iias Ik-cii a constant waifarc lictwcca thc
iiriucrs anil the Kieliinoud S: Hauvillc
-mil, and lliroiigh il all I luive Isjcn the
iiaiiipion of the lai iiicis. ll is natural
that the railroad should oppose me, but
I Have nothing to tear It on I lie larmcrs.
I'p In the present every convention for
tile nomination of iiicuiIkts ol the legisla
ture has enihnscti inc. Besides, all thc
uilkial ami other couvvtilions, with otic
exception, have endorsed inc. I am in-
lormcd that one convention declined to
endorse me solely on the ground that as
it has nothing to do with selecting nieiu-
K-rsol the legislature it was none ol its
business to interfere. So far as the suli
treasury bill is concerned, the farmers ot
North Carolina arc divided among them
selves on that measure, many of them
igrccmg that t is impracticable.
I he senator inlilcil thai lie could not
iidornc the sub-trcasurv scheme unless
he was ready to slep right into a limnlic
DKMUVKATs HHOI'I.II I NITK.
lol. CoieHpenks ofThc CoiiiIiir
That Colonel Frank Coxe is going to
e a prominent factor in the coming con
gressiouul nomination is generally ad
milted, not only by the friends ol that
gentleman but by every thinking man in
lie Ninth district. With so innav candi
dates in the field and with no one with
a certainty there is plenty of opior-
lumtv torn man with so many political
rirnds as Col. t-oxe has, and liisiiersoual
friends recognizing what they they think
is the strength of their candidate, pro-
ii isc to make things hum.
Lol. Coxe was seen by n t. itizi;n rt-
mrtcr this morning, and asked about
inlitics in general and the race in the
ninth in particular, "ll is going to 'k
mi walk over no matter who we nomi
nate." he said. "The race was hard
enough when we wire under a demo
cratic government nnd had democratic
Ihcials, and even then wc were ilclcatcd
two vcars ago. I his vcar tat- ground
will fsrjustns bitterly contested, liwart
is going to make a strong race, and it is
hiuh lime that the democrats licgau to
cast about for itsstrongest man. It will
lie no easily purchased honor at
thr heat. The man who will go in and
win will rtrlamlv la- deserving of the
office, nnd whoever the convention de
cides him to Is; I shall give him all the
support in my power.
Lol. Coxe is n larmer nun proiiaiuy me
largest producer in the district and it is
only natural that he will receive support
Irani the tillers ol the son. Kcgariliug
the Progressive Farmer and Senator
Vnncc. be lor one. does not relieve that
thr paier voices the the sentiment of the
Senator Vance is certain to Ik- re-elect
ed" he said, "nnd the farmers will hclji to
do il. They recognize hint as their fi lend
and bis position on the sub-treasury bill
thev may Know nc mistaken alter weigh
ing both sides.
I mvscll think that the nest thing the
gnvcrnmeuS can do fur the producers is
t'i give them cheap money without wait
ing lor the passage of that bill."
It was this expression that hrst He
iilcd the farmer trienda of Colonel Coxe
to push him lor congressional honors.
The rumor leaked mil several months
ago that he was about to start n private
I hi uk in Asheville with a capital stock ol
$100,000, nil of which he would take
himself. The object of this institution
wits to loan money, csiK.Ti.illy to farm
ers, at only the legal rate. Investigation
proven the rumor to nave louiiiiaiion ill
fact and his slock at once went up sev-
IIai.timiihk, August 1). Flour firm-
Howard street nnd Western sutler $2.2oM
'2 Sill : extra $U. loci .10; family $. H
6.00; citv mills, Kin brand, extra $.'),10(i
(l.'JO. Vhcat Southern linn; Fultx til
(iil7c; Longherry tl2f'08c; Western
strong; No. '2, winter red, spot nnd Au
gust Otitic Corn Southern firm ; white
riHWOOcj yellow srid'ASc; Western
Sl'ARKS SOMETIMES ELY
III. A INK AND HARRISON I.OVI'
They arc Not Itlvldedmitlic- Quex-
Hon or Reciprocity. However.
HnyH W. CurtlH The House
Will Recede on the Tariff Hill.
Washington, August 9. William lil
Icry Curtis, of the Slute dcpnrliiien, who
stands closer to Mr. Blaine nt present
tliau any in. in in Washington, returned
here recently from n Western trip. He
made the billowing statement, which lie
lias endorsed, of the relations that exist
at present belweeu the President and his
secretary of State, with rcterence to re
"As the dominant party in congress
does not avail itself of those very favor
ii'ile terms referring to Hlaine's recip
rocity proposition as outlined in his let
ters to Senator Frye Mr. Illiiiucis justly
iiidigaaiit. Ik-charges il all to the de
sire of republican statesmen to make po
litical capital to lie utilized in the ap
proaching elections. I he delay in secur
mg reciprocity would not make this can
ilal available this fall, anil tort liis reason
they are willing to torego an incalcula
ble advantage to the entire country sim
ply that they inav advance their own in
terests and maintain the supremacy ol
the party. It is against such a selfish,
Ullliatriotic. and unwarranted iioliev
that Mr. Blaine raises his voice and feels
called upon to criticise the Mckinley
lull as well as its supporters. 1 he rela
tions of the President and Secrctarv
Blaine are not of that strained character
which some newspaiiers have so indus
triously represented, 'resident Harri
son, wliilc he does not go iiiitc so far as
Air. Minnie, agrees with him in the mam
and does not approve congressional ac
tion in the matter referred to. 1 saw thr
President at Cam- Muv reccullv, and he
cited me as witness to the fact that lie
and Mr. Blaine were on friendly terms,
and 1 had to testily in his favor. They
have their little litis, lor both are men ol
strong convictions. Neither is made ol
wax, ami when thev come together the
sparks sometimes lly, but there is no ii-
proach to nu oh.-ii rupture and it serious
liiicrencc la-lween them.
That there is to be a compromise at
tempted on the o nest ion of reciprocity.
there is no reasonable room for doubl.
The manager ol it, however, is President
Harrison, and not James G. Blaine. The
niemlieis ol the ways and means com
mittee are as vigorous as ever in their de
nunciation of the secretary's course, and
sav that, assisted by the power of the
sK-akcr, they will throw the reciprM--iiy
amendment oat of the tariff bill if the
senate puts it in. The general opinion.
however, is that they will be comiicllcd
to accept what the senate proposes.
The Most l.nruely Attended Mluce
Hie liiiiip wiw Orttitnlxea.
Cii.tki.orri:, N, C, August 0. The
cotilcilcrnte veterans of Mecklenburg
couiily held their unniial picnic in this
city Thursday, mid it was the most
largely attended ot anv inciiie since the
camp was organized. The veterans as
sembled in the First Presbyterian church
yard, at twelve o'clock, mid were formed
into nut- oy Lieutenant t-oiiiinandcr Har
rison Watts. His double line extended
along the entire Irontagr of three blocks.
( ieneral K. Barringcr addressed "the old
vels m a Iccliag maimer that brouuhl
tears to the eyes of many.
Fell joo Feet.
Nkvaiia Citv, August St. M. (.Jen
nings, aged 61, while currying mail from
Washington to ivnicga, tell with his hurst
from a narrow trail down into a can
non, a distance of .'(no feet. The man
and horse were frightfully broken up.
cuiuims daughter started out to scarcn
and found his dead body in the evening.
.I7'.IA'.s' OF CaXSIioriSNCE.
Hue hundred and seventy-five deaths
from cholera were rcHirtcd in Mecca
The total cxiK-iulitures of the Panaiuii
Canal company thus far amount to 1.-
i;i,(Mi(l,iHii) Irancs, while the assets arc
1M, III 1(1,01 10.
l'vraud. the murderer of the nnlnrv
t'.iiiilVc, attempted to strangle himself iii
his cell in Pans, luit was saved byn war-
Icn who was attracted liv moans lioni
While crossiiiu a street in Portsmouth,
lingland, l'jiia-ror William, of ticrmaiiy
aarrowly escaan irom la-iug kiiockcii
down by the bores attached loan ling
lisb adinirid's carriage. The l;mH.-ror
Chicat!0. according lo the census re
turns, is next to New York in imputa
tion. Private Secretary llallord denies that
the President is preparing a message on
the subject ol reciprocity.
The river and harbor bill has la-en
postponed in the hoc of curtailing dem
ocratic opposition to the tariff bill.
The senate substitute for the federal
elections bill has liccn rcMrled to the
senate. It omits some ol the most ob
jectionable features of the Lodge bill.
The Oeorgin demiK-rntic convention
has nominated W. J. Northern for gov
ernor and a full Stale ticket.
loan 1. Martin, of Kansas Citv, Mo.,
reported to be worth 00,01)0, died
at his home after a short illness.
Ciovernor Hill will be nsked to call an
extra session of the New York legislature
lo rcH'iil the electric execution law.
The New York nress will not be prose
cuted lor violating tnc electric tientn law
in publishing details of Kcnimlcr exe
Suit wns brought nt Cincinnati against
the assignee ol IS. I.. Harper by the
Western National Hank ot New tork lor
recovery on the claim of $200,000,
The Farmers' Alliance of Louisiana bus
declared itself opposed to the organiza
lion of any third, or farmers' party, and
denounced the lottery amendment, urg
inn all farmers to vote nuainat it at the
election In lvj.
F.dwnrd Trench, 00 year old and sup
posed I v a poor pocket book vender.
dropped dead of heart disease in Chicago
yesterday, i Here wni louna in nit un
tlerclotliing over $4,000 in cash and ft
tlcctl lo a House in wtncu ue lived.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADU MARK HUGISTURKI).
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PEHFECTLY SURE ANO
Cures livery Variety of Headache
ANll NOTHING Ul.Sli.
Has. earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article ill the market fur the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
Unit common trouble, IlhAbAtiiB. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all ijiiartcrs, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who huve oaccliied it, will never
For its curative powers il does not dc
liend upon the subtle inlliicuecs of such
poisonous drugs as
C11LOKAL AND COCAINE,
Since il docs not contain au atom of
cither ot these. Il is absolutely free from
njuriuus chemicals, and can lie lakeu by
young aud old wilhuut fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does nut
disarrange the stomach, and contains
uo noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in iis being tlioioughly
reliable as u cure fur any kind ol head
ache without icsKxl to cause leaving
uo unpleasant or annoying ullcr-cffccls,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These utilities make il
the most popular and saleable article in
I lie market, wherever known.
IHKliCl KINS l llK t sii.
The doac lor an udult I two U-ukkj!IuIs
iu a wiuc gluiia ol water. iKise tur children
in proportion, uecoriliug tu age. la cither
vusc the doac cull be rt-a-uted every thirty
ininucs until a cure i t Heeled, lliic done will
ulwuyauiive uwuy uu ultuck ol lleuuiulu,
il lukcu when Hrst lecling the premonitory
Kyiiiuloiii.; i.ul il the attack la well on, and
ullering ia iulellae, the accolld or third doac
may be required, faultily a greater number
ol dose, la required to cilect the hrst cure
thun la needed lor liny succeeding time there
uflcr, showing thut the medicine ia aecuiuu
lutivc in itaclleeta, u-mling towurd uu cveut
ual permanent cure.
I'or Mile ut
t.KAN f'8 I'HAKMACV.
46 48 H. MAIN HTRI'.GT,
(IIMHiailc Hank of Aahrvllk.
H-y (.(Kills, l-'niK-y (iooils,
nml Notions, Lint' ('iii)aiiis,
Tull Linens, Towrls, Nnp-
kiiiH, ('(iiiii(pi'iain'S, White
(ooils, nml Kinliroitli'iii's nl
prime post. All Pniiirstiu
(moils, iiii-liiiliii",' I'riile of (lit
West, Wnitisiiltii, Fiuit of
Loom, l-l Cottons nml 1 0-1
SlieHii)i;.H nt n iiiit post.
We mil special attention
to our large stork of I'.ni-
broitlery nml Knitting' Silk,
Zejiliyis, Wools, Silk nml
Outline Work. All u'o nt
prime post. La (lies' Muslin
rinlerwear nt cost, KM
Gloves, Hosiery ami Kilibons
nt umisuftlly low prieeH.
LadioH will Hii vu money by
uttouding this Hpeeial Hiilo.