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$ FOR RENT, WANTS, AND f OR SALE, I
Asheville Daily Citizen
Not exceeding three Uncs,
One Time, 90 cento. Three Tlmea, BO eeato,
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VOLUME VI. NO. 91.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place plauned and devel
oping at a
Situated iu the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of a,8()0 feet,
It is lieing laid out with
tuxte and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
. A good opportunity for
nrolltable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UHVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO,,
Unvlllr, nitcbell Co., N. C
CHEYIOT. SATKKN AND
PLANNhX SHIRTS JI'KT
IN. LA HI US' HLAZF.KS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CHIM
.10 SOUTH MAIN 8TRI1UT.
33 H. MAIN T., AnHBVII.LB,
istiis ruts nw
I00KS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketches.
WALTSS B. OWtK, W. W. WSHT
GWYII & WEST,
(Mocccasora la Waller B.Owya)
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Loan ttcurely Placed at S
Notary Public. Coeamtealoncf al lleede.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inveatnicitt Agent.
Louie ee. nrely placed at t per cent.
OIK cee i 34 86 Patton Are. aecond floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wouldn't buy limber laade, mineral prop
erties or Aehevllle Real Batata r
Then call on ua, Horatio, and we will aire
thee thy moMjr'l worth.
We can eell thee a houee lot, lend thee ehek
el. to erect a dwelling thereon, and Inanre
the name In aa fire Inauranee Company
doing ha.lneee In thl. Mate.
Olve ne a call, Horatio I
JUNKS) Jk JKNKS,
REM. ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
atotna A 10, McAAm Block,
Fattca Are., AeaeTUIe, H. C.
IT to not alone the right and reasonable
J prices that wc name for the goods we ell
that our claim to your, patronage mainly
fHB terllng excellence of our Groceries
I and the unapproachable quality that
characterises every article we offer for sale
should be well considered.
Ilftt solicit a careful examination and com-
If parison of our Roods and prices. All
wc ask Is that yon should exercise your fac
ulties in your own behalf, and be Knitted in
your decision by the knowledge thus ob
A. D. COOPER)
Staple and Fancy Croccrlea.
During the month of Au
gust we want to close out
everything we have in the
line of .Summer Goods. We
ure going to buy a big stock
for the Full and Winter and
we want no money locked up
in Goods to carry over. We
have some beautiful patterns
in Flouncings and Allovers
that we will sell so cheaply
that it would be economy to
Imy even for next Summer,
us onecannot ha ve too many
White Dresses. If you need
11 Blanket or a Comfort those
cool nights you can find what
you want nt our place. A
new line of Ginghams in Fall
Shades have just come in,
and o re going to be sold very
low, as is our habit with all
our Goods. We have about
six Jus Crenm Freezers of the
season's lot; they will be sold
very. low. You can still buy
Croquet Setts and Ham
mocks of us chener than
anybody else. Our Storo is
headquarters for all sort of
of which wo ask an inspec
Come to see us beforoyou
buy Shoes of any kind and
.von will save money. Every
thing nt lowest priws at
F. A. GRACE,
( Formerly of Lyman a Child I,
Office No. 1 antral Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Bualneaa
l.oaaa eecurely placed at a oer cent.
Spartanburg, S. C.
JA8. H. CARLISLE, LL. D PRES.
Wofford College oners to atudenta In thr
fonr college claeee. two parallel count of
ludy, each leading to the degree of Bachelor
of Arte, In one of which Modern Languagee
are auh.lllntcd for Orerh.
Kincnera for the year ran be met with One
Hundred and IMIty Holler.,
The nret eeeelon begins the let day of Oc
J A. OAMKWRLL, arc. of Faculty.
WOFFFRD COLLIqTfITTING SCHOOL,
Rpartanburg, t. C.
The Fourth aelon begins October 1 , 1 n0.
Hoy. prepared for College. Bapenare may
be covered by St no a year. feierrieUin
careful and constant.
A. . RHMIIHHT.A. M.i Head Muter.
aulS daw man wed frl
Go to Carraichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full lino of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals tq be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be tilled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists reudy to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
No. so South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
Lots and mts of
New Goods for Au
tumn just received.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summor Goods
in order to close them
A large discount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHINO. ORV 00001, SMALUMRES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS,
7 A 9 PATTON AVE
Quit monkeying with
Knoxvillo and Richmond
when you want Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints, Oils, Window
Glass &c., remember that
T. C. Smith & Co., have o
large and heavily stocked
Wholesale and Itetail Drug
House in Asheville, on the
Public Square, where all buy
ers are supplied in. quantity
and price and quality, such
goods as make up a well fit
ted modern Drug and Pre
scription Store. S ure freight
charges from more remote
points and save time in get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in
creasing the growing im
portance of Asheville as the
onimercial centre of West
ern North Carolina.
INSURE TOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Inauranee i Agent.
Rear No. 80 South Main etreet.
Betabltahed 180(1. Aehevllle, N. C.
(rlucceaenrs to'Ralrd At Rector.)
No. 8 North Main Street,
Marc a lull itock of everything to be need In
families in the wny of ratah'es All freah and
of beet quality, We auk our friend, and the
public generally to call and aee ua, Rati ac
tion guaranteed. All gooda delivered In the
city llmila. Freeh country produce a eW
Bngllata and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR Y0UNQ LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. an French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURQWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(Por many year Aeaoctate Principal of Mt.
Vernon laatitute, Baltimore.)
Aealeted by a corp. of compentent teachera.
MODEL CIGAR STORE
You Will Find
EST BRANDS FINE CUT CHEWING TOBACCO.
THE JIEVS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
A TERRIBLE CYCLONE STRIKES
HUNDREDS OP Bl'ILDINUet
SOME LIVES LOST AND MANY
A URKAT DEAL, OF DAN AUK. TO
Wilkkhiukrk, Pa., August 20. There
was a terrible cyclone here yesterday,
As the time crows on and the severity of
I be cyclone la more and more demon.
strated it ia recorded as singular that
so comparatively few lives were lost.
Immense buildings, containing innny
lieoplc, were unroofed and, in nmnv cnties,
almost destroyed in the twinkling of nn
eye, and at the hour when x-ople were
about the streets amid the timbers and
debris of every character.
The city in its most frequented part,
around the depot, presents its worst hih
pearance. Passenger and freight cars
were lifted from the tracks and laid on
their sides, while other cars were rushed
along the tracks by the lurcc of the cy
clone. The cyclone made its appearance sud
denly aud with portentiuus clouds, tre
mendous thunder bolts and streams of
electric light that appalled the people.
The Vulcan iron works and the Key
stone flour mill first (elt the storm, which
then swept on up Main street, razing the
building on the west side. Then it nt ruck
the handsome residences and stores,
green houses, ttery workfc, etc, along
Main street as fur as academy street.
The brick dwellings were unroofed and
their U)ier stories torn away and some
were leveled to the ground. South
Main and Prnnklin streets wen
completely blocked with fallen trees,
roofs, timbers, and wire. Vecrinir east
ward the storm swept out Knss and Ha
zel streets; then up South Washington
street extending ns far east on Kosk street
as the Hazard wire rope works. Il fol
lowed Washington street and wrecked
St. Mary's church ; then junined to the
Lehigh Vallev and Jersey Central depots,
and swept along the railroad to I'ivi
Points. Here it turned again, swept up
Pearl street, out by lialtimore shaft Ki
ll and then dashed up thr mountain sitli
nnd spent itself in the woods.
The scene at the Hazard wire rox
works was terrible. The immense build
ing was hndly injured nnd in the debrir
lay the dead' and injured. The In trr
were hclnlcus until assistance came to
them. The seriously injured nt these
works exceeds twelve and there were
At Five Points mothers with their
children in their arms cried to heaven for
help. Their frail homes were trembling
about them and the air outside was filled
with falling buildings.
Near the Deln ware and Hudson railroad
on Scott street Mrs. Eliza lane McCiuly.
aged about 28 years, and her huhe were
crushed to death. John McC.inlv, aged
13 years was also killed. Marv McCiuly,
was probably fatally hurt, lames Hene-
gnn could not be found in the ruins ol
The Barber Asphalt comnanv works
were blown down. S. T. Ilrown ci Co's
mammoth business block nn Market
street containing ten wholesale stores is
ruined. The Murray coal breaker was
destroyed with heavy loss. The mam
moth Hollrnback breaker is n complete
wreck. Scores of other business houses
and dwellings were destroyed.
A careful estimate of the number of
buildings demolished and partially de
stroyed is 0. The loss will probably
reach nearly if not quite $1 ,000,01 10.
Dlncannlon Bearan t'pon II, but
Washington, August 20. Senator
Quay's "order of business" resolution
was taken up in the senate to-day. Mr.
Hoar offered a substitute making it in
order to debute "alter nnv mutter has
been under consideration for a reasona
ble time" and also nn amendment to add
the election bill to Mr. (Juny's list of
measures, the vote to be tnken on it
A discussion followed nntl while Ivd-
munds was sneaking the clock struck I'.'
and the tariff bill was Inid before the sen
ate as unfinished business.
MRS. UOVLD ARRrWTKD.
A Bin acnnallon for the Bis; l.lttlc
Mi'KPiiv, N. C, August 20. Lily M.
Could, the English woman who killed hir
husband by stubbing him with a toy dag
ger, has been re-arrested.
It will be remembered that the story
told bv the ncirro who wns the only wit
ness tended to show that the deed wts
done in self defence, and on strength of
this the coroner s jury made it justihnblc
homicide. Hut new evidence has, it is
said, been discovered.
Ycstetdiiv bin tireiiaratioiis for Mrs.
Gould's departure were made, but as she
was uoout to tone me train sue was ar
rested on a warrant jworn out by an
Hnulishman named Harrison, lie, it is
claimed, is acting as agent for Gould's
brothers in linglaml, who arc now on
their way to this country.
Thinks alia la Mrs). Clc vclancl.
nikuiNOHAU. Ala., August 20. Miss
Lizzie Niles, n pretty 20 year old young
lady, wns taken to Thurston City, where
she will be placed in the State insane nay
lum. She is suffering with a strange hal
lucination; she thinks she is Mrs. Urovcr
Atlanta. August 20. The Ocnrgin
State Alliance has re-elected K. F, l.iv
ingtnn as president, and other officers of
the Alliance, mere are present nearly
Where was Reed T
Washington. D. C August 20. After
an hour spent in waiting for a quorum
the house resumed consideration ol tne
bill to exempt mining land from the
operations of a lied land law.
IT WOIH.D DRAW.
A Plan to Aid AHhevllle and Have
a Good Time Too,
A meeting was held at the Mayor's
office at 12 o'clock to orgnnize an inter
state competitive prize drill aud band
tournament, to be held here this fall.
Present were, W. W. West, I-ewis Mad
dux, Duff Merrick, Dr. Mcrriwether, W,
S. Cushmnn, Fred Hull and others.
Lewis Maddux was elected chairman
and Tub Citizi-n sccrctnry.
The plan is to organize ir stock com
pany, which will guarantee prize money
to me amount oi $i;-,uuo or 2ii,oui),
1 iL. I..-: , .
unu im-ci uic iiieiiieiiiai ex)cnNCH.
The chairman will nnooint a en
mittce of three to interview the business
men of the city, and perfect the plans of
organization. Another meeting will k
held soon and a president, vice president,
secretary and treasurer elected.
HAPPY PEOPLE THESE
WHAT AMD WHO CAN II F. SKKN
AT BLACK MOUNTAIN.
The Ml. Mitchell Hotel Filled With
a Merry Cruwd-Yiiklng the Wa
ol the (iueHlH.
Mllt'NT Mitciiki.i. Iliirsi:, I
111., U K Mol'NTAIN, X. C,
August 21), IWIO. j
The season continues at this delightful
resort nnd the signs are that it will hold
till the lute fall. The hotel is filled with
the merriest sort of n crowd, all bent on
real enjoyment, anil while the daytime is
humdrum to those who lounge about
the house, good music, dancing, oceans
of galleries and the delicious air of the
near-by mountains, make the uightspass
all too quickly.
A lug wagon lined with n.iv aniliircttv
girls left this morning tor Mitchell's
Peak, to-night a ilnuciug party from
Cooiki's came up, and to morrow night
is billed font prestiiligilateur. There is
no end ol cutei latiinicul.
It is quite the iirooer thing to lake the
waters here, and all do so. Indeed it is
quite a Spa. The waters have hail a big
local reputation lor many years, nut the
capital of the new company will un-
doulitullv give Die onl-nlc world n
chance at them ami also add another to
the endless uttnictioiis oi the siilim lis ol
Captain aid Mrs. Sprague nnd Mr.
Moore nrc hosts worthy oi this fnmous
place nnd sm isly all who come. Among
the guests are: '
Mrs. I-:. II. lillis, M.s Belle lillis. C.
H. Stone, Mrs. C. V: Si one mid Miss
vlnce. New Heme; Mis liniily Tyderninn,
Knoxxilie; Miss Al. U. Carr, Mobile;
Mrs. U. Caulkius, Kunxville; Mrs. K. W.
I. odiugton and Miss Lodiugtou, Flu ;
Mrs. Goff, (i. P. Swaun, Knuxville;
W. 15. Patterson, Jew llernc; K.
. Gooding, New Iterne; Mrs. C. M.
Mclvernnd Miss M. li. Mclver, lacksou-
eille, Flu.; Mrs. I. li. Itlackwell, Raleigh ;
Puul Hubbnrd, iK-nver. Col.; li. lling.
ham and H. Ilinglmni, llingliaiu's School;
Key. N. L. Anderson and Mrs. X. I.. An-
leraon. Clinton. X. C: I. k. 11. Conawnv
and I. C. Gaskins, New llernc; Mrs. V.
C. Ad. mis, Miss Nannie Adams, .Miss A.
F. Adams, Miss Mnttie Adams ui.d Grace
Adams, Richmond, Vn.j Miss Sadie llol
lister, New llernc ; L. A. llrittiiin. North
Carolina; Maj. . M. Hcliols, Virginia ;
aiiss .Mury nicutiows, auss jenme insiiop,
Mrs. Green Ilryan, Mrs. U. T.Carruway,
Mrs. John Carniwnv, Miss F.lennnr Car-
raway. Miss Mary L. Cnrrawuv, Miss
Geolct Carrawny, Geo. X. Ives, Mrs. G.
W. Ives, Miss I.ulie Ives, Mrs. I.. II. Ivllts,
Miss Lizzie lillis, Miss Bmina K. Jones.
New Heme; Mrs. C. P. Gaskins, Dell's
I'errv: Mrs. A. C. Davis, .Miss .Nannie !.
Davis, Miss Annie Duncan, llcaiilorl, N.
C; J. II. Wittlcs, Alabama; J. II. Ives,
Al-FAIKS Ol- COXSIiOLEXCIi.
The racing firm of Dwycr Brothers has
Ulcven houses nnd stores nt Winona.
III., were destroyed by lire Sunday. Loss
Everv lierth on the first-class steam
ships from Iiuropc is engaged lor the next
The statue of Lofnyctlc presented bv
Frnnec to the United States arrived in
Dr. Samuel Mcrrett, nrobablv the
weal lie th citizen of Oakland, Cnl., died
Sunday, nged 08 years.
Samuel laeohson.n prominent business
mail ol San Francisco, was shot through
the breast and probably fatally wounded
by loolpuils Sunday morning.
Stanley and his bride were not lionized
in Paris. They have Iclt for Lucerne.
The explorer looks pale nnd thin. Mrs.
Stanley looks rosy and happy.
The singlc-turrcteil monitor Nantucket
will take part in the ceremonies attend
ing the departure of the remains of olm
hriesson, tne inventor lor nweiicu.
Cant. F.hcnczcr Morgan, of Groloa.
Conn., who died Inst week, first raised
the American flag in Alaska after that
country became United Slates proH-rly.
Sir Ivdwin Arnold no longer intends to
revisit America. He will leave lupnn
shortly for Siam, gradually working his
wny to I'.ngliiiiil, wlucn lie cxitccis to
reach about May.
Iconic Williams, who began her stage
life in Snn Finneisco nt ten yenrs of nge,
eleven years ago, in "Led Astray," is
about to marry the third son of the
eleventh Huron I'etrc.
House renublirnns nrc said In lie chaf
ing under bcukcr Heed's autocratic rule.
The tariff bill was further discussed by
Senators Plumb, Aldrich, Carlisle nnd
Senntor lidnuinds is suimosed to repre
sent the administration in tillering reci
procity nnd retaliation amendments to
tne torin "in.
The senate tins passed the deficiency
bill, including an amendment npiirnpn-
ating $1.230,flH8 lor the payment of the
I rencn spoliation cliuins.
In the house the contested election ense
of Chalmers against Morgan, from the
second district of Mississippi, wns de
cided in favor of Morgan, democrat, the
The British pnrlinmcnt wns prorogued
Davis Dalton, nn American, swam
across the English channel from Gisnci to
Folkstone on his back In 23Vi hours.
PARBOILED BY STEAM.
TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN
PAsMKNGKKn CKl'tHKD, MAIM
ED AND HCALDED.
An AHhevllle I.ady Antony; Those
Reported Inlured The Uraphlc
atory or a Hurvlvor Cause ol the
Accident Not Known.
Huston, August 20. The Cape Cod
and Woodshall train on the Okl Colony
railroad juniK(l the track one hundred
feet from President's bridge yesterdny
The first pussengcr coach fell on the en
gine, the latter having toppled over, and
the engine set fire to the train. The
fireman was killed nnd the engineer fu
tally injured. -
There were eight passengers killed nnd
about twenty hurt. The latter arc for
the greater pnrt injured by escaping
steam, huving been frightfully scalded.
The deud and injured were removed
from the scene, the hitter being taken
into private houses and to the lluinhy
Win. I'cnncll.a house builderof Boston,
saysthr train was running through nuin-
cey at the rate of thirty miles an hour,
When near President's bridge there wasa
rumbling sound, followed by an awful
rash. Three forward cars lurched and
left the track, the fourth kept the rails
and swept right along ukmi the broken
locomotive which lay in its wny, forcing
itself right on top of it. The slun k wtu
terrific, und it seemed ns if the car drove
up twenty lect in the air. When the car
Icscendcd on the engine it whirled sud
denly over, the oecupnuts being thrown
violently uDout. I lie steam came into
I lie car in dense clouds from the locomo
tive Ik'HcuIIi, scalding und almost sullo-
culing the jcople iKiiued inside. In the
descent oi uic cur a hole wns torn in the
bottom of it through which many of the
lorly or fifty people were tuken out. Fen
uell thinks six or seven persons were
Killed and twenty-live slightly injured,
anil that the accident wns caused by the
spreading ol rails.
The following were dead when tuken
from the wreck:
Mrs. Orcutt, Philadelphia.
Mrs. Mary li. Fcuuellv.ugcd TO. Louis
F.J. Johnson, Montielier, Vt.
John kvnn. South lioston. fireman oi
Four women, two men and two chil
dren, one Isjy of 1 i, unidentified. Total
The following died during the after
noon and evening:
Mrs. A. C. Wells, llnrtforil, Conn.
The duugliler of II. 1. Welch, of Water-
The billowing arc critically injured:
Mrs. Gsenr Fcnellv, of Louisville. Kj..
the wile ol the cashier of the Citizens'
National bank, Louisville, scalded over
her whole body; her daughter Alice and
Catherine; C. M. Copp, Cleveland, U.,
scalded over his whole body, not ex
iiccled to live till morning ; li. C. Unity,
llorcbestcr, formerly proprietor of the
Boston Herald, scalded on the face and
hands; Key. T. M. Dimmick, Los Angeles.
Cnl., lace, arm and hip scalded ; bis wile
nun ncr lace and Hands scalded and sul
lerrd a compound fracture of both bones
of left leg half way between knee and
ankle; Mrs. George P. Welch, ol Cleve
land, ()., scalded on the head, arm and
neck, condition critical; Mrs. Mu'y F.
Snow, of Charleston, lace nnd hands
badly scalded and internal injuries ; Mrs.
A. K. Abbott, Louisville; I'uecund hands
scalded nnd conqiouiid fracture of tin
Iclt tuigli, condition critical.
A telegram from Mr. A. II. Fuller, ol
Brock ton, Muss., to Tiik CrrizKN this
morning stated that in the railway acci
dent, the particulars of which arc given
hIkjvc, Miss livu Ballard, of this city,
was injured alMiut the lace and Hands.
Miss Ballard is a sister ol Mr. W. A. Bal
lard und left fur Massachusetts the first
part of August on a visit.
I'll to noon to-day Mr. Ballard bad re
ceived no news from the wreck. It will
be noticed that Miss Ballard's name is
not in Tiik Citizun list of dangerously
THE I'LOWKR MISSION,
A Worthy C'harllv Not Belnar Run,
purled hh II Rcnerven,.
The gross receipts of the Flower Mis
sion entcrluinmeut lust night were not
more than $'.'.1. This seems a pity, for
the program wns of unusual interest and
the cause a most worthy one. The Indies
who work actively in the Flower Mission
thought that n public entertainment
would result in good patronage nntl thus
enable .hem to curry on their work with
out making ersonal nppcnl for binds.
Just here it is pertinent to inquire how
many of Aslievillc's citizens who refer nn-
meatus to tne central nmct. oi tne
Rower Mission for aid, ever follow up
this step wiih n contribution to be used
lor charity ? Though it is fur preferable
for applicants to be directed to the oilier,
in order that discretion may be exercised
in disK'iising alms, yet pcrhnps some
may renew iiiviuscivca ui ktuiiuii
responsibility by sending pnuiicrs nnd
never enclosing binds. As there are so
ninny causes asking monthly install,
mails front individuals und from organ
izutious for support, the Flower Mission
desires to do as little in tnnt way as pus
sible, trusting to the appreciative public
for donations as free-will offerings to the
associated charity organization of thr
town. In several instances gilts of fl,
Jli und even $10 have been contributed,
unsolicited, by citizens training the im
portance of the Flower Mission, nnd it is
believed that innny others will lie glad
to contribute uihiii learning the necessity
of the case. Any donations can be left
with the secretary at tne central ottiee,
21) Spruce street, or handed to Mta. W
W. liurtinrd, treasurer of the Flower
Ran off With a Reverend.
Sr. Papl. August 20, Rev. I). 0.
Smith and 1-ec Fahclnnd's pretty wife
met lust lull. Binitii is mo, nut Mrs.
l'lilieliind became enamored of him antl
on Wednesday drove to Shell Lake
where she wns met bv Smith, nnd the
couple took the train together. They
stopiica at some sninu Bunion until next
morning; then enme to St. Paul, and Im
mediately lell for the West, Mr. Fahc
land got the proier clue from the ticket
ugent and took the afternoon train for
Wntertown with the avowed Intention
of "boring the preacher full of holes."
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rcliublens a 'cure for any kind of bead
ucbe without respect to cuuse leaving
no unpleusunt or annoying after-effect,
a 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.
MKUCTIONS FOR USB.
The dose for an adult la two teaapoonfula
in a wine fflaae of water, boae for children
in proportion, according to age In either
vane the done can be repeated every thirty
mtnuca until a cure is t fleeted. One aoae will
alm-aya drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when lirat fcclinK the premonitory
ymuioma; but if the stuck le well on, and
euncrinn la Intcnac, the second or third dose
may be required. Uaually a greater number
of doara ia required to cflrct the Arat cure
than ia needed for any auccecding time there
after, ehowlng that the medicine ia accumu
lative la iu e fleets, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 48 S. MAIN STREET,
Upnoaite Bank of Aaherille.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
ami Notions, Luce CurtniiiH,
Table Linens, Towels, Nai-
kiiin, Counterpanes, White
Goods, und Embroideries nt
prime cost. All Domestic
(Soods, ini'ludin Pride of tbo
West, WuniHiittu, Fruit of
Loom, 4-1 Cottons and 10-1
Slieetiiip nt prime rout.
We cull HjMH'ial attention
to our large stoek of Em
broidery mid Knit ting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk antl
Outline Work. All go at
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin
Underwear at cost, Kid.
Gloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
at unusually low prices.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sale.