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Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENT, WANTSMD FOR SALE, I
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One lime, 38 cent. Three Time, SO ccats.
8U Times, TS cents.
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE
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VOLUME VI. NO. 93.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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A place planned und devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A. region noted for lieulth
fulness ami beauty of
An elevation of .'1,800 feet.,
, It. is being laid out with
taate and wkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
clrcHS, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Mvlll, Mitchell Co., N. C.
CHEVIOT, SATURN AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS JUST
IN. LAWKS' W-AZI-KS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CH1M
HON MARC Hli,
30 SOUTH MAIN STREET..
ttii . MAIN HT., AMI1KVILLB,
. I. Til .LACK HIH
SOOXS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOOD;
"View and Sketches.
WAtimlB.WTiiir ' W. w. WT.
GWYN & WEST,
(Hacceaeor. to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
JLoans Securely Placed at 8
Hot(ry Public, Cammlaeloncr. of Deeds.
OVFICK-aoattaca.it Court aqua re.
Real Eatate Broker.
And InTcstmcnt Agrents.
Lnnn. w. arely placed at 8 per cent.
Office, t 94 96 Patton At.. Hccond floor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
Wontd.'t buy timber land., mineral prop,
ertle. or A.hevllle Keal Batate
Then call on ., Horatio, and we will itlre
the. thy money', worth.
W. can acll the. a houM lot, lend thee ahek
el. to erect a dwelling th.rci.n, and Innure
the asm. la any Fire Inraranre Company
dolnx bnalnei. In thl. State.
Ulr. n. a call, Horatio t "
' JENKS & JBNKS,
MEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Moon oftio, McAfee Block,
' a Patton At.., AabnllK It. C.
IT U nut alone the tinht and rrnnonnlilr
prices that we name for the goods we tell
that our claim to your patronage mainly
HH HtcrlliiK excellence of our Groceries
and the unapproachable quality that
churactcriics every article we offer for sale
should lie well considered.
H solicit h cnrvful exiitulnntion and com
parison of our good anil prices. AH
wc ask Is that you should cxrrrfcc your foe-
ultlfs in your own iM-half, nnd lie gaiilcd In
your dt-ciniou by the knowledge -thus oli-
A. D. COOPER.
Staple and fancy Groceries)
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of ('onifortH.
BltinketK. nnd ther jjoods
for cooler weather ha jimt
been received. Plasterers'
Wliite Overalli and Jacket,
NurseH' Caps and Aprons
Tholurgest lot of Cheinisj,
(iowiis and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goodM, cheaper than you am
the uiaterial and make
Lhein. .Stockings in colors
mid Fast Mack, Wool, Me
rino, ('otton. Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to $2
ji pair. All kinds of Dress
TriuimiuH, Ituttons, Lin
ing, in fact our stock of
everything mt'ded to use or
to wear for Men, HoyH, Chil
dren orLadics is well nigh
perWt, so that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can be filled at our store nt
prices riway Im'Iow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
P. A. GRACE.
( Formerly of Lyman Child ),
Office No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Bntlncw
Loan, aernrely placed at 0 per cent.
(Bucceuor. to Dnlrd A Hector.)
No. a8 North Main Street,
Have a full .lock of everything to be need In
famUlr. In the way of eatable.. All frrnh and
ot belt quality. We aak our friend, and the
public generally to call and ace ue. Batlalac
tlon guaranteed. All good, delivered In the
city limit.. Prcah country produce .pa-
MODEL CIOAU STORE
You Will Find
BEST BRANDS FINE CUT CHEWING. TOBACCO.
(io to CarmichaerB Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to 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 registeied
ru-escrintionists ready to
servo you at all hours. Night
(tails promptly answered.
W. G. CARMICHAEL
No. o South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
Lots and lots of
New Goods for Au
tumn just received.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer floods
in order to close them
A largediseount on
light weight Clot hing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
seanon. . .
CLOTHING. DRT GOODS, SMALL WARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 A 9 PATTON AVIS
Quit monkeying with
Knoxville and Richmond
when you want Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints, Oils, Window
(Jlass &;., remember that
T. C. Smith & Co., have a
largo nnd heavily stocked
Wholesale and Retail Drug
House in Asheville, on the
Public Square, where all buy
ers are supplied in quantity
and price and quality, such
goods a make up a well fit
ted modern Drug and Pre
scription Store. S ive freight
charges from more remote
points and savo timo in get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in
creasing the growing im
portance of Asheville m the
commercial centre of West
ern North Carolina.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITN
E. J. ASTON,
General i Insurance i Agent,
Rear No. 30 South Mnln atrceL
Batabllahcd 18(18. A.hcvllle, N. C,
EMORY s HENRY COLLECE
The point, of .pedal attraction am,
It Unrivalled Location anil IWautlful
Thorough Colli glnte Conrm and Modern
Large Library and unequalled Literary
Voung Men'. Chrlatlnn Aaaorliillun and
Freedom from Temptation)
Magnificent Oymnaalum and thoroughly
Attractive Hoarding tlouer. and Wonder.
Ail Health Record)
1'lne Dlaclpllne and RellglouaTone
And the entire rcaaonahlcnca. of It. term.
Mend for new andmlargwl catalogue to
RBV. JAMBA ATKINH.
tS.AOO, aecured by real eataU, Apply to
Real Batate Agent, 8 Main turret.
auglHUlw (gtorcj, N.Morgan Co.)
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
INCONtMTENCIKi OP THE KE-
PtBLICAN TARIFF HI I.I,.
SENATOR VANCE SHOWS THEM
UP IN THE SENATE.
BI.AIR I.IBKIJt THK IMIITH TO
BP. Pl'NNV, HP. THINKHi
Wasiiinctiin. AiiKut 22. Almost im
mcdintely upon the nsscmliling of the
nenatc tn-duy the tiirilV hill wuh t.ikcn
up. The uruKrnpha rcldtiiiK to files,
rnsns, iron or Btccl plate, n nicies cnain
clcrl or Kl'ed were udopted n reported.
Democratic amend merits loolfiug to lower
duties were uniformly rcieitev. .
When the .porting rifles purnKiaph
was reached Mr. Mcl'hcrson wanted to
know why a very low duty win pro
posed when on shot giiiix, in the next
paragraph, an extremely high duty wait
Mr. Huwlcv said the senator oiiKht to
know that the Americans made the Ik-sI
rifles in the world, and wanted no addi
"Do we not also make the lwt shot
guns ill the world ?" inquired Senator
"I think wc do," Senator Aldrich re
"Then," said Vance in his usual droll
style, "we make the liest rifles in the
world unci therefore we want onlv IT)
kt cent, protection. We make the liesl
shot pin in the world and therefore we
want 11 a per cent, protection.
Mr. Illair "The senator should not
make sncn n statement about shot uiin
an article of Southern consumption."
Mr. .Mel'herson said he would oiler no
amendment to lower the duty on sport
iiig rilles and the paragraph relating to
shot guns was passed over informally,
Senator Aldrich stntini; that the finance
committee has the matter under consid
THK PR1NCIPI.I-; OP IT.
Probabilities) of a HI it Strike
Throughout ttie l:uHt.
Nl'.w Viikk, AiimiHt 22. This is a (lav
of exK-ct ancy on the railroad situation.
No one knows what to-morrow will
bring forth; whet her n great strike,
which it is now Inlievcd must come- wil)
lie declared on, or whether it will Ik
KtMined till Monday.
It i evident there, iseoiiideralile dilVer-
enceof opinion lietween Mr. Scrgenl, ol
tnc hrcmeu brotherhood and Mr.
Sweenv, of the switchmen's union, liie
latter liemg oiiikihciI to strikes and sin
ing it was not ut ull certain the suprenii
council would order one. The Knights
ol Lalwir assert that Sweeny has changed
front if correctly reported and adil that
Scrgent's influonce preponderates any
how. The labor leatlers say there is
nothing to do save to strike as the prin
ciples involved is the right of working-
men to orgnmu,'.
PIPE AND CAKTKIIMiP..
Nhe Did Not Know The Latter
Wan Loaded, You Know
Athkns, Tknn., August 21. Annie
Jackson, a colored woman at Hay's
works on the Knoxville Southern rail
road, held a pie and a dynamite car
tridge in her left hand and was just in
the net ol lighting her piitc with a match
in her righuliand when the dynamite ex-
tilodcd, tearing four lingers of the lei I
land very badly. A Kirlion of the shell
also entered her shoulder, indicting se
Conference Report In the Houhc.
Wahiii.ncton, August 22. In the house
to-day the conference report on the bill
funking nn appropriation for additional
clerical lorcc to carry out the deiendent
pension law was agreed to.
The report of the committee recom
mending non-coucurrcncc in the senate
amendments to the river and harluir bill
nnd agreeing to a vonleicucc asked for
was presented. Mr. Kerr, of Iowa,
raised the Kint of order that the amend
ments must first he considered in com
mittee of whole. So I he house U-gan con
sideration in that way.
Iwdon's Cholera Cane.
Lonimin, August 22. The anxiety in
reference to the cuse of cholera in the citv
is growing greater evcrv hour. An olli-
cini report of a renssurii g nature has
been issued by the representative ol the
medical department of the Local Ciov-
ernmrnt Hoard, who has been making
iniiuine into the ense. The patient is
descrilsnl as sullcring Irom symptoma
which, although not to Ik' ilistinuuished
clink-till v from Asiatic cholera, are oc
casionally observed in case ol cholera
AlllK. HItf Mill.
San I'mancisco. August 22, Thcl'nion
Iron Works recentlv completed a one hun
dred stnmp silver mill, which is one of
the largest piece ol mining machinery
ever built, asserted to he the finest stamp
null ever made anywhere. The mill was
niltde for the Hunncliaca Of Bolivia Com
pany, a corKiration composed of Paris
ian and Holiviun capitalists, which is the
largest silver producing company in the
world, and owns exceedingly rich and
extensive mines in llolivia.
All the way to Aunlralla.
Nliw York, August 22. The passen
ger steamship Karlsruhe, will make her
first trip, nnd the first of the kind ever
undertaken, to Australia from this port
on October 7. Heretofore the vessels
plying lietween Australia nnd New York
have been nilinir craft. The Karlsruhe
i.a ship of 0,2iMI tons, nnd will, her
agent ex pret, make the trip half around
the world in forty-two days. She will
return here with 0,000 ton of merino
wool. - '
Chicago Take Warning.
Viknna, August 22. The Duchy of
Styrin wn visited by a hurricane yctcr
day. At Creati, the capital of Duchy,
the building in which the nntionnl exhi
bition was held, wascompletcly wrecked.
The Mlnlnlry Hreaklnn I' p.
Urn no Avnk, August 22. Senor Vi
cente Widel Loici, minister of finance,
and General Lavnllc, minister of war,
A Tried Man.
Ran Josh, Cat., August 23. The demo
cratic State convention nominated as
candidate for governor, B. U. I'ond, the
mayor of Sun Francisco.
Immensie atrlden In the I1C Iron
Washington, August 21. The suiicr
iiitcndent of the census has just issued
his bulletin on the production of pig iron
in the United States during the year
ended June 30, lH'JO. In this bulletin the
"It will be iiratifving to notice the
great strides which the Southern States
have made in the manufacture of pig
iron since 1KNU, the total product in that
year being 350,4:i(i tons as against 1,-
78U.U0U tons m lX'JO. The decade has
brought about the most marked change
in the rank of this industry of the Slnte
ot Alabama, which in 1KH0 occupied the
tenth place, with an output of G2,:t4(i
tons, und which now, in lH'JO, obtains
third place, with an output of H'.IO..I
tons, an increase of more than 1,.12N per
cent, over tne production ol ismu.
1 lie superintendent calls particular at
tention to the rapid development of the
blast furnace industry in the Southern
States as one of the most notable features
in the growth ol the niumifnci'urv ol pig
iron hi tins country.
DOWN A MOUNTAIN SIDE.
TKKKIIII.lv ACCIUKNT NIvAK
A Hunnwny Car nnHhen Down a
Plve-Mlle Oecllvllv and Then
Rollaj Over a Flfly-I'oot KlllhHllk-
nienl The UenlliH.
RllAniNn, I'n., August 22. A runaway
car on the Mount Pennsylvania Oravity
railroad which ascends a mountain near
here, dashed down the five mile declivity
this morning, at n frightful rate of ieed.
When the car reached the station at the
foot of the hill, it jumped the track and
rolled down a fifty foot embankment,
where it landed up side down with the
passengers imprisoned inside, except sev
eral who juuiK'd off.
Pour (hi'soiis have been taken out
dead, including Chas. Kittew, conductor
of the car, and lidgar M. Lcvan, attor
ney ol the Heading railway, aged forty.
A iiumlicr of vroiis were injured.
Will II be Adopted to Holve lite
Jackson, Miss., Auirust 22 A tinge
ol scntiiiiint colored the proceeding of
he constitutional convention yesterday
w hen John S . I'ewell made a BmxcIi iu
support of the proposition ollered by
himself to confer nilTrnge upon women.
He urged that n siiccial coininittcc be ap
pointed to reoort on the (lucstion, hut
after two hours' discussion I'ewell struck
lit the obiectionalilc clauses ot his refer
ence resolution and had it referred the
Ilelcuate Hudson, of Ynzoo, also of
fered an amendment providing for female
sull'rngc with proK.r ami educational
lualilication. This also embraces the
Australian ballot svstcm.
The woman suffrage idea is growini: in
favor among the best minds of the con
vention, and unless safety trom negro
supremacy can lie reached by other meth
ods, t-cwcll s plan or one similar to it
will Ik adopted.
A Tennessee Fanillr Hats Terri
ble Kxperlence With II.
Athkns, Tciin., August 22. Six of the
Itvln Frisbv family, ol the ninth district
of Polk county, were terribly poisoned a
few days since by what is supposed by
he neighbors to lie milksickucss, there
being new land in that section where the
fatal weed exists which the cows ate.
The lather, mother and five dnuchtcrs
were taken down nnd suffered intensely.
The symptoms ware severe retching and
vomiting, nnd great thirst and dryness
of the mouth and throat.
The father lived eight days and died.
The next to die was a five or six vrur old
Inughlei ; then the mother died after an
lines of four or live (lavs.
The other members ol the family are
still siillciing from the terrible effects of
the disease or poison. A similar cane ot
this kind occurred in the same Inmilv
about one year ago, when one of the
The Caliloruia democratic convention
adopted a platform reaffirming the prin
ciple ol the St. Louis platform of 1HH4.
and declaring against a depleted treas
ury, the imposition of uiicipml nnd op-
iircssive tnxe,i nci'iiort loexaet coercive
legislation and it favor free coiiiaue of
silver und demands that it x made icgal
tenner tor ull purposes, public nnd pri
vate. It favors the enactment ol laws
against pools und trusts, the election ol
I nitcd States senators by a direct vote
of the people and pledges its nominees to
the legislature to secure the adoption ol
the Australian ballot system,
A Ureal Pity.
Svkaltsk, N. Y., August 22. The Wil
kinson homestead at James Hill, the
home of Fred Wilkinson, jr., the betroth
ed of Miss Winnie Davis, was destroyed
bv fire to-day, occasioned by the explo
.foil of benxiuc used by laborers ill clean
ing the wood work. Two laborers were
fearfully injured by the explosion, Loss
is $:iO,6oo, insurance $111,000.
Lean Hand I More Lime.
Kkoxvii.lk, Tenn., August 22. Mr. R.
S. Payne will erect another handsome
structure on the same spot where the
$-10,000 building lell several week ago,
The architects are now nt work icrfcctmg
Look Out, Mayor.
Mayor Ilathnwny have you heard?
Jim Bntcmnn has just told us that Hn
pcr and Jones chased and caught a live,
hit conn on Main street in Ivdenton Inst
week. We are horritird. We love old
Fdcntnn nnd have warned her authori
ties of the dnnger ahead nnd of the com
ing decadence of her civilisation. Men
may dress fine in store clothes, thev may
touch their lints nnd how in graceful sal
utation, they may comtie vou pur ten,
you in Parisian style, hut, our folks, 1
say to you, our folks, chasing coons on
Main street ain't "felicity" and Mayor
Hathaway ought to call out. the posse
comitatuB and run 'cm out now oryou're
gone. 1 tell you. , No use talking. Bears
'II come next Elisabeth Economist.
STANDING BY THE BILL,
THP. GKORGIA ALLIANCE HAR
Gordon Will Have an Alliance
Opponent, and the Parniera Will
Number Three-Kourtha of the
LeKlMlature, It la Believed.
Atlanta, August 22. Georgia State
Alliance finished its labors yesterday and
adjourned. The most important action
was the unanimous passage of a resolu
tion endorsing the platform ol the Na
tional Alliance adopted at the St. Louis
convention. Cotton banging was
adopted as the Alliance covering of cot
ton as against jute. This iscnrrying oul
the fight on jute mnde last year, which
was so successful. The eligibility clause
provides that no one shall be admitted
to nicmliership in the order unless he be a
farmer, farm laborer, nuchanic, country
school teacher, country Drencher, coun
try physician, country editor or editor
oi u siriciiv agricultural journal.
It looks now as if the issue was
siuurely between Gordon and the Atli-
unce. 1 lie Alliance lenders sav that it
undoubtedly means that Gcrdon will
have Alliance opposition in his race for
the senate; who it will Ik- thev do not in
dicate. 1 lie Alliance will undoubtedly
nuvc iiircc-ioiirins oi ine legislature
which elects Senator Brown's successor.
The Corimt investigating committee
vindicated mm as far ns the I'eiltiFO nfh.
davit was concerned. The committee
reported that the iercentnge demanded
by Mr. Corimt was lor the benefit of the
exchange and not for Mr. Corput, ier-
nonaiiy. in oilier words, tne Alliance ex
change, under this construction, can au
thorize any hrm to represent it, and it
agrees to protect them in the price which
is put upon farmers, provided brokerage
is paid the exchange.
NORTH CAROLINA FOLKS,
They are Cieltlnit tsomewbat Nu
merous) II Appears.
Washington, August 22. The popula
tion of the third supervisor's district of
North Carolina has lieen given out bv the
census office as 252,577. This is an in
crease during the last census period ot
.'13,007 or 1S.:I5 per cent. The present
population of this district is given bv
counties as follows:
OI'STIKS. I'OIV 'DO. iNCRBASR.
...in. 7i".i r7i
17. BIX 3. 371.
1 3.117 -' i.Hlu
New Hanover U3.UJ7..
render ll'.47o 7
Ko- eson 31.41! 7.B4U
Richmond lm.hnu .V637
Sampson 2f,07H l',170
The present population nnd increase ol
the following North Carolina cities is also
Wilmington, 20,0fiX: increase 2fi;i8 or
rnyettevilu, 4,222: incrensc 73.1, or
21. Oil percent.
Killed by Oflicera).
BiKMiNtiiiAM, Ala.. AiiL'ust 22. Grant
Matthew, a negro, shot Policeman lioirer
last Sunday, while linger was attempt
ing to arrest him. The wound was pain
ful, but not serious. Matthew was dis
covered near some mines adjacent to the
city and when ordered to surrender he
ran. The olhccrs bred on him nnd he fell
lend with several bullets in his Ixidy. He
had two pistols on his person.
What Wan Her
Ksoxvii.i.k, Tenn.. August 22. Yes
terday while workmen were excavating
for the foundation of a building they
found, three feet under the surface, the
Mines ol a soldier who had taken part
in the great civil war. The hair, teeth
und skull hones were unearthed. A pair
of shoes was brought to light, besides a
large shell loaded with grac shot, a skil
let handle, a piece of colhn, the blade of
a case knife, a flask and minnie ball.
AFFAIRS Ol' COSSl-fJfESCE.
The California mare Sunol trotted a
quarter mile at Chicago in 31 seconds.
There is a movement on foot for join
ing the Women's Christian Tcnicrance
( moil nun the Salvation nrmv.
Counterfeit silver dollars have been
found in bags stored in the United States
sub-trcasurv vault nt Philadelphia.
The New York health authorities fear
there is a slight return of lagripiiein that
city, and it is said Southern visitors are
especially susceptible to it.
The executive committee of the Grant
monument association hns adopted n
protest against the removal of Gen. 11. S.
Grant's remains from New York.
The niimlx'r of buildings wrecked by
the tornado nt Wilkesharre, Pa.,Tuesduy
evening, i estimated nt 400. The loss is
estimated nt over a million dollars.
Twelve x-rsoiis were killed.
Section men who were nt work on the
tracks ol the Old Colony railway where
the accident of Tuesduy occurred, had
what is called a truck jack on the rails,
when the train came flying around the
curve. From all indications the jack
was not tnken out when the train came
The wealthiest Chinese, merchant of
Philadelphia, Lee Hong K wong, natural
ized citizen of the United Slates, is trying
to get hi Chinese bride, whom he married
in Chins n year ago, admitted Into the
country ns an American, the womnn hav
ing been horn in San Francisco but edu
cated in China.
The Virginia Alliance ha adopted the
following: "We, the State Farmers' Al
liance of Virginin. do intend to grasp
with n tighter Alliance grip the hands of
our Allhncc brother! of the North, ds
termined to hold together with locked
shield in spite of all efforts to arouse
prejudices between us, until the financial
emancipation of laborer and producer is
Senator Kenna is recovering. His
trouble is said to have been "tobacco
The House has passed the grain In
tiectinn hill ind laid the alien land bill
on the tuble,
lidwtird McKce, of Prince George's
county, Md., hns again been nominated
by Congressman Mudd for a cadetship
at West Point Military Academy. - .
At a requiem mass for the late cardinal
Newman, Cardinal Manning delivered
an address, at which he paid a high trib
ute to tuc ucoa prelate s work,
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADE MARK RBOI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures livery variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BL8B.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliuble article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hkadaciib. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which utmost everyone needs, and
those who huve once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
either oi these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young uud old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliuble as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects.
as in the case of other so-called "barm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIRBCTION8 FOR V8B.
The dose for an adult la two Uaapoonfuls
in a wine jtlaaa of water. Doae for children
in proportion, according to a.. In cither
case the doae cau be repeated every thirty
minuea until a cure la effected. One doae will
always drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when Drat feeling the premonitory
aymutome; but if the attack la well on, nnd
unerlnc la intcnac, the aecond or third dose
may be required. Uanally a greater .umber
of dose, is required to effect tb. first cur.
than I. needed for any .ucceeding time there
after, .bowing- that the medicine M accumu
lative in iu effect., tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For ante at
46 ft 48 S. MAIN STREET,
OppoalU Bank of Aahcvtlle.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
nnd Notions, Liico Curtains,
Tublo Linens, Towels, Nnp-
ins, Counterpanes, White
Goods, and Kinbroidories ut
prime cost. All Domestic
Goods, including Prido oftlio
West, Wainsutta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-4 Cottons and 10-4
Sheetings at prime cost.
Wo call special attention
to our largo stock of Kin
broidery und Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outlino Work. All go ut
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery undltibbons
at unusually low prices.
Ladies will ftave money by
attending this special sale.