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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. 95.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in tho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region nolod for henlth
J'uliiess and beauty of
Sntflfvation of 31,H(M) feet,
wil li cool
It in being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A ttarirublo place for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
yllnstrnted pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
!,tiYlllr, IHItclicM Co., N. C
CIinYlOT. SATKUN AND
FLANNIX SIUKTS Jt'ST
IN. LAIUKS' HI.AZKKS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CI1IM
30 SOUTI MAIN STRUIvT.
Slil S. MAIN nr.. AHHHVILLB,
i Tim 1-i.ack run -
BOOKS. STATiC.IERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
vWai.tsu D. Owvu." " W. W. Wmt.
GVYN & WEST,
iRuccraaor. to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL JST ATE.
Loam Securely Placed at S
Coiamlaaiontrs ol Deed..
OfFICSt oolheaal Ceart SMiaaro.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Lou. M ajrely placed at per cent.
i)rnceT 9 ft SIS P.tton An Ikwond floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
IVnuld.'t buy timber land., mineral prop
erties sr Aahevllle Real Katate t
Taaj Mil on ... Horatio, and we will giv.
the. tfcjr aaancy'i worth.
We .aa a. a (be. a houae lot, lend thee .lick
ed, to met Swelling thereon, and Inirare
.h nam. la aav Ptn Ineurnnc Company
doing bu.lne. la thl. Stat.
ttlve a call, Horatlol
JKNKS A JENK8,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
otna o a 10, McAfee Block.
M ratios At.., Aatwrin., M. C.
IT Is nut aluitv the riwht and rcaHonaltfr
price that wc name for the jroodt we sell
that our claim to your patronage tnatnlr
THB Hterling cEcellcnce of our Orwcric
and the unapproachable quality that
chit rue tcrixca every article we offer for sale
should lw well cotiKiflcrcd.
Wli Htiliclt h careful cxumlnutinn imd com
part xnn of our Komi and prices. All
we auk in that you should excrrinc your fac
ulties In your own behalf, and be guided in
your dor. "ion by the know led mr thus ob
tained, A. I. CUOPER,
Mtttplc and Fancy UrocerlcN,
PRICK THAT TALK !
A now lot of Comforts,
Itln nkt'tH. and other goods
for cooler weather haw just
hmi received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and JacketH,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons.
The largest lot of Clioiais3
Gowns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, chenjier than you ean
get the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and I'uHt IJhwk. Wool, Me
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Hilk, from 10 cts. to $2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, Buttons, Lin
ings, &.; in fact our stock of
everything needed to two or
to wear for Men. Boys, Chil
dren or (Ladies is well nigh
perfect, so 1 hat your WANTS
from tho cellar to the garrat
can bo filled at our store at
prices away below anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until yon try
The "BIG RACKET"
F. A. GRACE.
Pormerly of Lyman ft Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerag-e Bualueae
Loan tecnrely plaeed at per teat.
(Aucceeinrt, to Kalrd ft Rictor.)
No. a8 North Main Street,
llnv. a Aill .tock of everything to be naed In
r.mlll.. In lb way of eatable.. All lrr.il and
of beat quality. We aak our friend, and the
public Kencrally to call and bm m, aa,l.'a
tlnn guaranteed. All good, dellrend In the
city limit.. Prr.h country produce a ape
Kopp ft l.lchtenlirrgcr, Hnncy (Intcrra,
,i..il lnr,.rm ihrlr mnnv IWrnilaand ruatom-
era, (hnt they have aul'i thilr tlrnrery and
k onicctioiiery uuainrm. ui a.. w
Wagner, v no will continue the limine. at
the M atand, No ill I'nttnn avenue. They
.licit for the new firm a continuance of the
lllicral patronage that ha. been lieatowrd
upon them la th put auilt dl w
Interest Paid on Deposits of Four Months In the Western Carolina Dank--Salnjti Department.
Go to Carmichad's 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 Chemicnls to be found in
tho market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can reBt
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be' charged a
low price. Three registered
nrescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICHAEL
No. ao South Main Street.
Asheville, N. C.
Lots and lots of
New (Joods for Au
tumn just received.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer (loods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for,
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRT GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE
Quit monkeying with
Knoxville and . Richmond
when you want Drugs, Medi
cines, l'aints, uiw, wmuow
(llass &e., remember that
T. C. Smith & Co., have n
large and 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 aa make up u well fit
tod modern Drug and Pre
scription Store. H ivefreight
charges from more remote
points and save time in get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in-
creasing tho growing im
portance of Asheville as the
commercial centre of West
ern North Carolina.
INSURE VOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Inaurance i Agent.
Rear No. 110 South Main ilrect.
Ilatnbllahrd MAS. Aahevllle, N. C.
EMORY s HENRY COLLECE
The point, of .pedal attraction are,
ta pnrlvalled Location and larautlful
Thorough Collegiate Vounw and Modern
L.rg. Library and unequalled Literary
Young Men'. Chrlatlan Aaaodatlon and
freedom from Temptation I
Magnificent Oymnaalum and thoroughly
Attractive Hoarding llnuac. aad Wonder
ful Health Record I
Pin. IMadpllne and Rellginu.Tonei
And th. en tin reaannableneM of IU term..
Dead for new and enlarged calalogu to
RBV. JAMBS ATKINS.
TRACIIRR OP PIANO
Punll. received at Ball. tre.t. Real.
dene. 77 Charlotte Him
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
DATE FIXKD FOR VOTK ON
XMK TARIFF BILL.
WILL COME IN ABOUT TWO
THE EASTKRN MTKIKK COM'
Wasiiint.ton, August 25. The acnate
met nt 10 u. m., and the tariff trH i
tu ken up. Mr. AJdrii-h referred to'rM tin-
muni length of the discussion on the
tnriff bill, nnd itiiil that the buiinesa of
the country win in a stntc of anxious
suspenHc pending the result of the ten'
ate's deliberation. This led him to ask
the senators to consider the question of
nxine the dnte fit cln.incr the riohnte lie
snid nc would be clnd to henr from the
senators on the other side it they hail any
proposition to make in that regard.
Mr. Gorman said he thought he was
at liberty to speak for his colleagues
wnen nc sum tney would ue very giiuJ,
if the senator in charge of the bill had
any suggestion to make, that he would
make it now.
Senator Aldnch I ask unanimous con
sent to hnve this adopted, and went on
to rend u resolution which Driinoseil that
consideration of the tariff bill shall be
continued to the exclusion of all other
businecs except the appropriation. He
He added: M v .uirirt-atinn i. thnl wn.
ernl debate shall close on the first of Scp-
Senator Gorman" It would be satis
factory to tlie democratic side of the
vliamlier if the time for general debate
was extended to the 3rd of SentemlKr.
and then to have three days for five min
ute debate. That would bring the time
for taking a final vote to the Hth of Scp-
Senator Aldrich accented the modifica
tion and the debate on the tariff bill will
close as stated.
A TtkvCKKT VKT.
.siccative Council of Railway
Employes In tteanlou.
Tkkkr Haitk, Ind., August S3. The
executive council of the United Order of
Kailwav cmnlnves went into session
about 8 o'clock this morning. The coun
cil listened to a report nirniulntcd by the
committee. At 11 o'clock Mr. Ilnniin-
hnn ninciiilier ol the council, inlnrmed
the Associated I'rcss representative thnt
it was imiossible lor the council to de
termine how long the inxscnt seaj,ion
"Certain it is," sniil he. "that the nulv
lie need expect nothing from us until 6
or 6 o'clock. I can't say that it will be
possihlcto give anything out then. When
we arc through no delay will be taken
by us in letting the outcome of our meet
ing be known."
KILLED HIN FAMILY.
Horrible Tragedy on a Montana
Livingston, Mont., August 2.1. A
man who gave his nnmc as Arlington,
reK)rted to Sherifl Templeton yesterday
afternoon that a rancher nnnircl Ouinn,
living twelve miles west of Livingston,
had killed bis wife nnd five children with
The ninn was crazy, anil when discov
ered, wus sitting in the corner of the
room with one ol tlie dead children in his
The bodies of all were horrihlv mutila
ted, the arms and legs being severed Irom
them. The olilest girl, oImiuI 15, was
cut almost in two. Several men went to
the house and tried to capture Ouinn,
but lie would allow no one to approach
him, and was killed by one of the men in
SAVED HIM NF.CK.
niHplaceel Bone Hronifhl
PiilLAltKLl'lliA, August 25. Harry Kci-
gel, aged 14 years, residing at No. SU
North Forty-first street, tell from an ele
vator, landing on his bend and dislocn
ting his neck on Mry H.
Vt hen brought to the rrcshrtcrinn hot-
litnl the ense was considered hopeless,
ut by weights attached to the patient's
head and feet the neck was eventually set
and kept in place by means of a piaster of
pans jacket, wincn, alter month stime,
was removed, with the result thnt the
displaced bones were iironcrly set, nnd
tlie patient now has lull power or the
A Case of It In an Ohio Town Re
cently. Washington, C. II., 0., August 2.
Not far from lesburg recently the little
child of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox was
taken ill, and, as was supposed, died,
Mr. T. W, Cnrson nnd family, of this
city, relatives of Mrs, Cox, were sum
moned to the funeral, the child having
lieen laid our for dend. Later a peculiar
feeling came over the mother tliat her
child wns not dend. lining into the room
where the little one Iny.cold and motion
less, the crief.strH.-ken mother walked up
to it, and in n clear, distinct voice spoke
the child's nnnu, whrn to her great jov,
her darling opened its eyes. Her tears
were turned to smiles, and picking the
child In her arms she uttered exclama
tions of joy. The child is now nearly
Colored Mllllla Kncampmeni.
8a n Antonia, Tkx., August 35. The
first Stale encampment of colored mili
tia in the history of Texas will ocn here
8rnlcmbrr 24, and close on the iiUlh. It
will be in nil resjtccit on the same foot
ing as the white militia encampment,
which met here in July. The State has
given 1 1 ,000 to assistin paying the ex
liensc. A Negro Outlaw Caplared.
Nasiivii.dk, August 24. Henry Button,
who perhaps enjoys the reputation of
being the most acsjierats negro outlaw
Davidson county, Tenn., has yet offered
to the hangman s noose, Has at last lieen
Wheal Will Ho Mln.
MoNTSNAl., August 25. Frost has pre
vailed over the whole province of Mani
toba and the territories, and 70 per cent,
of the crop of wheat has been injured.
The Head Walter attheOlen Rock
Bhot. Hla Assailant Escape.
The head-waiter at the Glen Rock ho
tel, Curtis Anderson, was shot by Ches
ter Orr, another waiter, Saturday night
about 8:30 o'clock. Two shots were
fired bv Orr. one of which took effect!
Anderson's thigh passing nearly through
. . 1 il 1 - l l...
i. ,1.11c umcr wcni. wiuc ui mc imirK
The wound, thouch verv Gainful, is iiro.
nounccd by Dr. J. H. Williams not to be
The cause of the shootimr wns a letter
which a chambermaid of the hotel wrote
to Anderson. Anderson lost the letter
and Orr found it nnd told the chninlier-
maid Anderson hud given it to him. The
cnamuermaid then went for Anderson
lor showing the letter to Orr. An,t r
son denied showing the lcttcrtoarvlx-.lv
and then went to Orr nnd accused hmi of
stealing the letter. They abused inch
other for some time, and Orr left saving
he would gel even. This hupieiied in the
Toward supper time Orr put on his
Sunday suit, borrowed a revolver nm
camped on Anderson's trail.
About 8.30 p. m. when the guests at
the hotel had finished supner. Anilerson
stepped from the dining room into the
hall. As he en lend the hall Orr iiiinnci
from behind n door about ten feet distant
nnd blazed away. He was evidently
somewhat nervous us only one bail
reached the n ark. He then Jropiicd his
weapon ana nisaiix.are(l in the corn held
in the rear ol the hotel.
I lie allair caused no little excitement
among tne guests ol the Hotel who were
nearly all sitting on the pinzzri. When
the shooting commenced lliev all made n
rusn tor tne dining room. I lie women
screamed and the men relied.
At latest rciHM tsOrrhudnot Ijccn heard
NO CIGARS ON HI'NnAV.
The Clly Authorities! Will F.nfbrce
I lie Ordinance.
ii anriHMiy wants n cigar licmiltcr tin
Sunday, he will hnve to lav in a stock on
Saturday, or wait until Monday or hunt
up n hotel. The drug stores all had up
these notices yesterday: "No cigars or
soda water sold here today; bv order of
the city nuthonliis. The ministers of
the citv have sticniiom-lv iiiinsi.-il the
selling oi cigars on Miminy. nnd nt least
have succeeded in having the billowing
ordinance cniorccd: "heciion C'.I7. Any
merennnt, trailer i.r Healer, ersuu or
iersons. who sli.-tll oieii any store or
hop on Sunday. tr the nuroose of but-.
nig or sciiiiiu-, sunn on conviction lie
fined filty dollars. And il anv store he
lourd open on aunnny, it slinll lie frima
Mae eviiience thnt the same is opened by
the proprietor lor the purpose ol selling";
but drug stores may lie kept open at all
times on Sunday, for the sale of drugs,
medicines nnd mineral waters only."
Mr. Kavsor. ol Knvsor & Smith, said
in regard to it : "lain in favor of the
movement. It gives t.s a chance to rest.
and if all of tin- druggists comply, it will
prove satisfactory all around. 1 think,
though, flint if the authorities prohibit
our selling thev should also stop the
W. C. Cnrmichncl said that he was
glad the ordinances wns licing enforced,
nnd thnt he wished nil the drug stores
were forced to close nil day on Sunday,
so as to give the druggists a day of rest.
Mr. T. C. Smith regarded it us a good
thing and Mr. Grant wus of the same
some grumbling is done bv the con
sumers of the weed.
A Large Crop or a Kind lo Suit
Mr. H. J. Una., a prominent tobacco
dealer of Durham, mid yesterday to Tim
"The outlook is very good for this sea
son's tobacco crop around Durham. The
weather has been favorable, and while
the quantity will lie about the average,
the qualltr will he suierinr. The season
nns uccnjusi rig lit to make heavy waxy
wrapiers and hilers, which are cscciiilfv
adapted to plus: work.
"Johnson and Nash counties east of the
Raleigh and t Inst on railway, where no
tobacco has ever been grown before, have
produced this year over lll.lMMl.iKMi
"liurhnm Is gaining faster now than
ever before, in populntinnnnd enterprises.
It. I, ..I.. I I .:.: '
i nc ('use. niivv niiua iiirgennniiion uiuu
to their factory making a 123 foot front,
and there is to be an immense co-owru-tive
cotton factory built soon."
Mr. Hnss and family have been stand
ings month at the Haywood Sulphur
Springs. When thev reached Ashcvillcou
the war home Mrs. liass was so plcnscd
wun tne city nnn surroundings tnnt n
weeks' stay was decided UKin.
Why Not at Asheville?
Here's a hint to Ailieville widenwnkes.
The llrevnrd Cnrolininnsnys:
I'rof. Henderson, profesaor of science in
s Inrgecnllrgein I'liilndclphin, spent Tues
day night in llrevnrd with Mr. II. C.
Lnttklord. He Is trnmniug through the
diflerent counties of Western North Cnr
olinn and is on the lookout for a suitable
location where he can establish a moun
tain resort where his srholnrs can come
and sirnd a portion of each summer in a
They Try lo iel Hack.
People going to Asheville and returning,
says the Greensboro Patriot, seem to get
turned round some way. Some ladies
say that alter leaving Salisbury, on their
return, they kit all the time as II they
t going back to Asheville. And one
gentlemnn, an old resident here who lives
on Unst Market street, wasso completely
turned around wnen ne arrived nt tne
dcmt that he was trying to take his fam
ily home by the wnlrr-tnnk. Verily the
Land ol the rtkv nns a womlcrtiil clicct
on the low-landers.
An Old Paper.
Mr. G. V. Scott, who has just relumed
from a visit to his father in Huston,
brought with him several copies of "The
tloston Gasettc and Country Journal"
bearing date 1708, Hiss curious and val
uable relic, snd Is In s remarkably good
state of preservation. The copy before
THS t Itiihn contains two letters signed
"A True Patriot," written by Gen.
Joseph Warren, of revolutionary fame,
who was slain in Charleston, 8. C,
DeallnBa In Dirt.
Kichmnnd Pearson and wife to
1). D. Buttle, lot on Velvet St.. 2,308.fl0
Richmond Pearson and wile to
T. A. Jones, lot on Sycamore
LOOKS LIKE HYPNOTISM
STRANGE BCKIHICS IN A
LOt'lpt GOSPEL TENT.
Her Hearer tin Into a Kind or
Trance und Hay That While I'n,
coiihcIouh They See AiikcIm nnd
St. Liiris, Mo., Aujjust 25. There are
strange scenes in a Woodward gospe
lent on Jcncrson avenue which ureal.
trncting the attention of religious people
A woman, Mrs. Woodward, excites her
hearers to such a degree that tit yester
uay s meeting at one nine there were as
many as forty people lying in nil liueon
acinus condition on the platform am
Lcuches. Thev lay on their backs, some
with llieir amis stretched out as though
in entreaty. Others were lying peace
fully, while some had their hands clasped
nnd their lips moved occasionally as if in
Several little girls lay as though they
were icnccfiilly sleeping. One little boy
who was lying on a bench, seemed to lie
sleeping as ipiielly as though lie were in
ins own lien at Home. 1 lie reporter
touched his wrist to find out how his
pulse was, and found it beatintrvcrv ran-
idly. All those who became unconscious
testily to visions, and to seeiiiu- niu'cls
nun cnei unim.
Key. li. M. C. Ilotlerilt. the State cvnn.
gchst for the , M. C, A., was an inter
ested siH'ctator. "I will admit," he said.
that I never saw anyt iiiil' like it and
it's beyond my com prehension It must
nc tiini the people who no into that
state are led into it by their imagination
unu the lorcc ol will stronger than the
own. Vou know that S3 per cent, of the
ienplr can lie controlled by others, mid
this undoubtedly illustrates the fact to a
certain extent. Hut I never saw the
Cheering on the KnlglilH.
I.oniion, August 25. A meeting of
(Mill dock laborers was held vestcrdav
Mr. Hums, labor agitator, presiding.
They passed resolutions of sympatl.y
wiin tne American Knights ol Labor in
their strike on the New York Central
runway, ki solutions were adopted ex
pressing hoie lor the success of tht
.i7-ma'.s1 fr cnxsiiot i:ci:.
Several cases ol cholera arc reported in
he vicinity i f llcrlin.
Tin re me 1 1 .5il miners on a strike in
the I'oeriniigc district of Ilelgiuni.
The llcrlin Post states that ICihitr n
William lias written a letter of lhirty-ix
pages lo i:niK nr Francis Joseph ex
plaining the cause of the irismiss.il of
Walter Howe, commissioner of the New
York mmciliict board, wns drowned ,it
NcwiMirt I'l iday.
A Nashville negro named I. I. Simmons
has Ik.i'11 jailed at l-'avetleville. 'lean., on
u charge of iersonmiug n government
agent and fraudulently obtaining money.
The conservative railroad men estimate
he prospective loss to the Old Colony
Railroad cottipnnv bv the Ouinccy acci
dent aside, from the damage to the roll
ing stock, nt one Hall million dollars.
Telegrams to Ilradstrcct show that
the general nuluniii trade has lirgun
with a fairly good demand. The South
has excellent cotton und rice crops. The
treasury disbursements this month have
been verv heavy, amounting to ovcr$3u,-
Frank M. Allen, the defaulting teller
f the Capital City bank, Nashville.
Tenn., has waived examination on the
hargc of cnilsMzlcincnt, and made IhiiiiI
o the amount of $lo,iiin for his nH
iwnrniicc lielorc the next term of the crim
The employes on the New York lii nnch
of the I'ciiusylviiiiin Kaili oad liavcde-
ided nut to nsk for nil increase of wages
at present on account ol the New York
Central strike, it being feared that the
request of the men might Ik interpreted
sn threat against the reiinsvlvaniii
Ilcurv K. Ablicv has offered to Anton
Rubinstein, the composer and pianist,
$11111,000 for a tour through America
tiring the coming season, Kiibiiistem
is undecided whether to nccciil or not.
Sarah llerilhanll will make a tout
through the I'nitcd States within n sea
son or two,
The remains of Kriesson left New York
r Sweden Sunday alter iiiiKisiug
ceremonies ImiUi on laud ami water.
The central feature of interest in the
scene where n score of (iovcriimriit ves
sels, hundreds of oilier craft, and thou
sands of ieoplc were gathered, was the
wooden casket that enclosed the llcshly
casket that hud contained the jewel of
It Is thought that the tariff debate will
terminate in ahoul ten ilnvs or two
Republican senators are to sign nn
agreement to Mistpone the force bill until
iiccrmocr, vvitn an understanding that
thev will then vote to susiieud the rules
so Hint the bill may be passed. .
Late Clly Ileum,
In the Mayor's court this morning Jim.
Wntkius nnd John Morse, drunks, were
fined $5 each. Duncan Mclutire, for dis
turbing the pence was fined $5.
The Murnhv lliilletin snvs:"Mr. tt'il.
limn llritl, of Asheville, is here looking
out a farming locntion for bis fat Iter
We think his prosm-cls for being suited
The talented editor of the Wilson Ad
vance visited Asheville leeeiitlv. Here is
bis compliment for it : "Asheville is the
'queen city of the West.' Theie is no
place in the State that presents a more
city-like npiwnrnnce. It is "chock" full
ol people and Ihey are 'on the go.'"
The llrevnrd Carolinian snys: "Mr.
Jos. Hendrrson, who uot his nrm broken
in Asheville by falling from n scaffold a
few weeks since, nnd lins been visiting
friends in llrevnrd sitter the accident, has
about recovered nnd will return to his
work In a few tlnys. Key. Win. South
ern, a native of Trnnsvlvnnin county
who has charge of the citv mission work
of the First llnplist church nt Asheville,
Is at home for a few days on a visit. Dr.
1 1, A, llurroughs, the popular Asheville
nhvsieinn, was cnlled to llrevnrd again
last t'riuny on professional business,
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAI1B MARK REGISTERED.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
lures Every Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING EL8B.
ANTIMIGRAINE '"""i . ,lw,r
titc ciivmuic reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, lliiADACim. The
mnieiise favor which has greeted it from
ill quarters, proves its true merits nnd
icccptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers il docs not tie-
IH'iid upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contuin nn atom of
ither of these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, nnd ean lie taken by
oung and old without fear or serious
results. His not a Cathartic, does not
isnrraiigc the stomach, and contains
o noxious or sickening ingredients.
The iicculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head-
'tclie without rcBpcet to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
is 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.
lllRliCTIONS FOR USB.
The dnac for an ndult Is two tea.poonful.
ii a wine glusa of w ater, lioae for children
n proportion, according to age- In either
nsc the iIiik can be repented every thirty
niuues until a cure la cllecud. One doae will
Iway. drive nwuy an attack of Headache,
tukt-n when lirat feeling the premonitory
yiiintoitis; liut if the uttuck I. well on, and
ulli-rinv Is iiitciiK, the accond or third done
noy be required, t'auully a greater number
f do.es is required to effect the Brat cure
than is nt-eilcil lor any aucceedlng time thcrc
iilur, showing that the medicine la accuniu.
lutive in its cll'tcta, tending toward an event
ual iK-rmnncnt cure.
For snle at
46 & 48 H. MAIN 8THEKT,
Onno.ltr Rnnk of Aahevllle.
Dry Gooiln, Fiim-y Goods,
ml Notions, Ijihv CurrniiiH,
"iibli' Liw'iiH, Towels, Nnji-
kins, ('oiiii(t'iiiini's, Wliitu
(iooils, mill I'Jiilii'oitlt'i-ics at
rime cost. All Domestic
(iootls. iiii'luiliiiir 1'i-iMc of t ho
West, Wiunsuttji, Fruit of
iooin, 1-t Cottons and 10-4
Sliii'tiiitfH at priino rout.
Wo fall spit-in! attention
o our largo stock of Em-
iroidory ami Knitting Silk,
Zcpliyi'H, Wools, Silk nnd
Outline Work. All go at
irinio cost. Ladies' Musliu
'lidorwcnr at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery andltibbons
at umiHunlly low pricoH.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special Bale.
Marttawti' - wi i