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Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
I Not exceeding three linea,
One Time, 3S cento. Three Tlmea, so eente.
8U Tlmea, 78 cento. !
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE.
asc. PEK H1IMDHKD
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1890.
VOLUME VI. NO. 97.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
op! uf? as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for houlth
julness and lieauty of
An vlcvnt ion of 3,800 feet,
II is beinir laid out with
rfjmtH iind Hkill. with well
graded roads and extensivo
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
iroAtablo investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, afl
drcSS,' LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LiUTlUe. Mitchell Co., N. C.
CHBTIOT, SATBI5N AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS JUST
IN. LAWKS' ULAZivKS,
SII1KT WAIST & CHIM.
JiSISTTBS JlfHT K KCI5I VUIL
30 SOUTH MAIN STKIiJiT.
311 . MAIN ST., AHHIiVII.LU.
. If Tiia FLACK ro
5001S. STATIONERY, FANCY 800DS
View and Sketchcrt,
. Wi.tss B. Own,
W. W. Wsar
BWYII & WEST,
aaecawn to Walter n.Owjin)
REFM TO SANK OF A1HEVWE.
;Loana Hecnrely Placed
OMtCK Ma CoartaHtaara.
Real Estate Broken,
And Investment Agents.
, Irfianat nrelr plated at per cent.
met 94 86 ration At.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO 1"
Woaldrttmy timber hmnda, mineral prop-
rtle. or AaherHW Krai Katatc r
Th call on aa, Horatio, and we will aire
thee thy money' worth,
W. caa aell the a home Int. lend thee ahek
at o met a dwellmg thereon, aad Inaure
th um m any Hlr Inaurane Company
rfotac baakMea ta thla Stat.
Din a nut, HoraUol
CM. nUTt M$ IMURANCI IROKERl
fleets s Jkio, McAfee Block
. ft rattoa Ara., Aaherllle, M. C.
"A MRU IN HANI)
la lietter than sa overdralt In the Bank.'
Dul the heat of all la to buy your (Jrocerlea,
l'rovlaluna, feed, Stc., (torn
A. D. COOPER.
Corner Main nntl Cnllfuv Street Trice
low mid everything u rcprimiitcil or
Two twctiiiii-hund wukoiih for hiiIv clu-ap.
PRICES THAT TALK!
lot of Comforts,
and other goodH
weather has jiiHt
Imhmi received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and JaeketH,
tNuifi Paps and AproiiH.
The largest lot of (Viiiim,
Gowns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some tine
good, Hieajier than you can
get I ho material uml niiiKiu
them. Slokilig in colors
Woo , .Mo-
l ino, Col ton, Lisle Thread,
and ,SHk, from 1cts. to $2
a pair, aii khius 01 iius
all a a.
Trimmiiigs, Buttons, Lin
ingti. at'.; in fact our stock of
everything needful to usu pr
to wear for Men, Hoys, Chil
dren orLadl to well nigh
.erfect, so that your WANT
from tho cellar to tho garret
can bo filled at our store at
prices away below anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET'
F. A. GRACE,
(Formerly of Lymaa Child I,
Office No. Lesral Block
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loan aecarely placed at " per cent.
(HneceMura U Ralrd Rictor.)
No. sS North Main Street,
liar a hill atock of everything to lie natd la
nmllle In Ue way of eatable. Alt frrah and
of heat quality. We aak our frlcnria and the
public grneraHy to call and arc ua. Hatla'ac
lion iriiarantced. All Rood, delivered In (he
city llmlta. Freeh country produce a
WM, .R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U S. PL,
Is located In Aahevlllt and will practice
M-aui(htlngof any dcaerlptlon a specialty.
f. II. Iloa BUS.
Inter.t PnW on
i- ' '-ifTt'iiall'fi'i 11,1 ' '
Go to Cai-michael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
lowprieeH. His prescription
department is stocked with
tho purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
tho market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rout
assured that your prescrip
tion will bo filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registia-ed
prescriptionists ready to
servo you at nil hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
w. C. CARMICHAEjL
No. ao Mouth Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
IiOTH and lots of
New floods for Au
tumn just received.
Wo have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer floods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(blu:k ocfptei) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRY 600DS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 A 9 PATTON AVK
Quit monkeying with
Knoxvillo and Itichmond
when you want Drugs, Medi
cines, mints, uiih, vt inoow
(llass &c., remember that
T. C. Smith & Co., have a
largo and heavily stocked
Wholesale and ItotaU Drug
House in Asheville, on the
I'ublic Square, where allbuy-
saro supplied iir quantity
and price and quality, such
uoods an make up a wel fit
ted modern Drug and 1're-
charges from more remote
points and save time In get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in
creasing tne growing im
portance of Asheville as t he
pmiiiercial centre ol West
ern North Carolina,
EMORY HENRY COLLECE
The HilnU iif aimlal attraellon ars,
la llnrivallrd Loenthm anil Itcaullfiil
ThnroURh ColkRlate Cnurae and Mislcrn
Large l.llirarjr anil uneiuallrd Literary
Vouna slrti'a Chrlatlnn Aasoelnllnn and
Prredom from Temptation I
Mairnlttecnt Oymnaslum and thiirouiihly
(tiulpprd Hrlcnre I
Attractive llosrillnii llnuara and Wondrr
nil Health Record I
Fine IHiKtllnc and RrllKlousTmwi
And the entire rcaannnlilrncaa of lis ternia
Hend fur new and enlarged entaloKti to
KUV, JAM BH ATKN.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Insurance I Agent
Rrar No. 80 South Main atrrrt.
Batabllahrd IMUI. . Aahevllle, N. C
JH TKACHRR n PiANO.
Pun a rrn Wrri at nil Ballcj Itml, K"i
drnet 77 Charlntt .trctt.
Deposit of Four Month) in the Western Carolina
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THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
AI.IKNM HOI.n l,ooii,noo ACHtUM
OF Ot'R l.AMI.
THEY ENCROACH ON THE RIGHTS
OF THE HOMESTEADER.
IROVF.F.lliUa IN THIi HOl'HK
Wasiiinc.tiin, August 27. Intcri'tilitiK
fucta nml tiitiatun arc vonlaincd in the
(IcKiinicnlH iicconipiinyin); tlic hill to pro
hibit alien, from hereafter iic-iuiriiiKluml8
within the United States.
The house committee on the judiciary,
when it reported thin measure, declared
that it hndohtiiiticdmitisluctory evidence
that titled alien.. chiefly IvtiKlishmcii.now
own nlKiut 21, 00(1, (MM! acres in tliiscoun
try. To this ownership shouts I nddl
that nf the untitled aliens, which is
usually in smaller lots and less n sub
ject ol criticism. Ill-sides this direct
ownership, r.uroieiin capitalists nave
enormous sum. invested in railroad and
land bonds, covering it is thought, 100,.
000,000 acres and subject to foreclosure
While this heavy alien ownership is
mostly in lands or the Tar West, it is not
all. The case ol' Mr Sctillv is cited, who
lives in ICiigland and owns and rents !HI,
(MM) acres in Illinois, at alxiut $200,000
ii year; whili. a much smaller estate
within the citv limits of I'itUbiirgh uml
Allegheny yiefds to British subjects about
half that sum.
One feature of this extensive nlim own
ership, esMX'ially in the far West, has
Ix'cn its connivtion with evasions of the
laws l inrr to encroach on the rights
of the jioincatcnil octlcr.
A VltiHT TO THIS KNU.
I'.tfrv Chlcajjo Knllwnt and iin
CouiicvtKiiiN H1 le Tied t'p.
C MIC Alio, August an, "Hvcry Chicago
railroad and all their connections, and
every railroad in the I'nilcd Stales, will
lie tied up unless there is a withdrawal
of the demands of the striking switchmen
of the Slock Yards Switching associa
tion." These were the words of (Scnernl Mali
nger CliapiH'l, ol the Chicago and Alton
luilroiiil in speaking .l the strike at lin
stock yards inaugurated liv the switch
men employed hy the SlockvardsSvvilch
iug assiK'iation alter the strike of the en.
gincers and firemen had Iwcn settled: "No
amount of injury to the proierty or
months idleness ami not even the loss of
every cent of revenue hy every Chicago
road will aw'TVT tile railways fniui (his
This mutter was discussed at a mix-ting
of the general innnngcrs last night,
niter woril had Inx-ii nvciveil that the
stock yards switchmen had struck. The
general managers of nearly nil the roads
were present, nnd they were fortilicd hy
tie presence of many prcsidenla and vice
jircsulcnts. All'were uiithoriKed to cuter
into nil agreement to fight to the end, no
matter what the results may be.
THK LARD HI I.!-
Its) Opponents) Fluhl In Hie iiouhc
Washindton, August 27. Alter prayer
hy the chaplain Mr. McClammv, of
North Carolina, made the iHiiut of order
that there wns no ipioruin present. The
stienker tlireclcd the ilotirkwK-rs to no
tify nieinlier in tne committee rooms
that their attendance was reipiiml in
tC house, but even this movement
brought into the thamlier hut eighty
live niemUrs. A call ol the I sc wns
A call disclosed the presence til Mil
members nntl the house wailed pa
tiently for ten minutes until the aliscen
tecs ncccssnry to make n ipioruin rc
isirted themselves to the clerk.
Mr. Ilroiiins moved thut nil further pro
ceeding under the cal lw disprusrd with.
The omxuicnl ot the lanl bill, leil uy Mr.
Mason. onieiTii tne yeas ami nays in or
tier to consume iimr. i nc minion
agreed to yens, 140, nays, 21.
The clerk tltcn proceeded to reiin me
tnirnnl In thr usual abridged form.
when Mr. Mason demanded the reading
of it incxtcnao.
A Menaallon From Away t p In
ItntiiKl.f oHii, Me., August 27. A scusn-
fon was created here this morning when
S. Marshall Saunders, of Portland
nlaced under nrrcsl seven aldermen ol
lliddcford nnd took them to Cortland
with scvcrnl oerson detained as witnesses
on wtirrnnis iroin tne i nivvu oum i'ii.-
tfict Court. ,
The aldermen arc clmmcd with ncgaVt-
lug to strike from I lie lliddcford voting
lists the mimes nf parties not legally en-
titlril to vole null lor coiiainriicr in to-
ranging to plncc on the list the nnmca of
ierson not legal voiers. i ins iieiion u
the culiiiinntiou ol the recent naturali.n
tion troubles in llitltlelortl.
ON TIIK TARIFF nil.l
Menator WcPlieraonai l.lquor Re)-
Wasiiimi'.tiin, August 27. In the sen
ate to-day the resolution ofTcrrcd by Sen
ator Plumb, instructing the committee
on rules to issue such orders as will
wholly nrcvent the sale of spirituous,
vinous nntl malt lienors in the senate
wing ol the capital was taken up nntl on
motion ol Senator Sherman, referred to
t hi-committee on rules.
The tnrilf lull wns then taken up, tne
auction lieiug on the substitute offered
bv Senator McPhcrson vcalcrtlnv lor
schedule l, "wood nml mnnuiucturcr. of
wood." Senator Davis ntlilrcssctl tne
Tremendous) Pillar of Fire.
Rkatti.k. Wash.. August 27. I'lisseiv
gtrs on the steamer Arngo confirm the
n-itort that Mount Houosloy, Alaska, is
In a state of eruption. The steamer left
Ouonluskn July 3, nnd at that time targe
volumes of smoke nnd steam could lie
seen issuing from the volcano, while at
niuht a nillar nf fire thousands ol lect in
height wns discernible for miles. I logos
toy has been in a state of active eruption
THE NINTH DISTRICT DELE
GATES IN SESSION.
L. LEATHERWOOD, OF SWAIN,
The democracy of the Ninth district
began arriving in Asheville in large num
bers this morning to attend the conven
tion and their npiearaiicc on the streets
was noticeable at once from the gener
ally fine apK-araucc of the delegates.
Mnny of the visiting democrats circula
ted among friends in the city nnd talked
politics by the yard with an ucnse and
grace born of long ac(u iintance with
the questions of the day, Sonic of the
delegates wore a fixed look of dctcrmin
tion that meant that a man was to be
nominated that would defeat liwl. or
It was apparent la-fore the convention
met there was to be lull discussion of
each candidate's merits and that no man
would lie nominated who did not meet
the approval of a great majority of the
delegates. "This is the time," said a
delegate, "to put aside individaal prefer
ences and name the man who can win,
regardless of all else.1'
The delegates met at the Crniul
opera house at noon to nominate
a representative to pnugit-ss. Chairman
Mellow! called the meeting to order at
12. 15 o'clock. Krv. (, C. Rankin then
led in prayer. Secretary 1-uriniin called
the roll and every county rcsHiudcd.
C. M. McLouil in a short KjK-ei;!i re
signed hi position u. H.'iiunni.-m chair
man nnd the house proceeded to elect a
The time until V o'clock wa taken up
in noiiiiiiallng n K-rmaiieiit i-lmirmi u.
As to the manner ol voting out- delegate
would move it should lie done in a cer
tain way and Immediately another
would oiler an amendment ; then another
would declare that the prccet-ding dele
gates were out of order, and this would
Ik; followed by general cries of "cpies
tion." "finest ion."
('cncrnl Clingniau made a short sx-eeh,
followed by Col. . T lari, who
mndc a alii'imu. upiK-ai to.' those present
to stick to the party, and resent any
thing detrimental to the Smith.
Alter considerable delay nnd de
bate, Mr. K. I.. I.eathcrwood, of Swain
county, was uiiauimoiisly elected by ac
chimatioii. Mr. K M. I-'iirmaii was unanimously
eleeteil by acclamation icrni.iucul ;v
Thy ciii , cut ton then adjourned till II
The convention n-ronvencd at .'1:1.1
ami nominating candidates was begun.
MRM. JAM!-: C'OXK DKAO.
Mlic Wan the Mother of Col. Frank
Voxe. of AttliV-viHv.
Mrs. Jnue Coxe, mother of Col. Frank
Coxe, aged about H.'i years, died at 2
clock Sunday morning, nt her home.
one mile nnd n half from Kuthcrlordloii.
While Col. Coxe wnsdnving from Ashe
ville to Kuthcrfordton, in answer to a
telegram thnt his mother wiu
vmi! he was thrown lioiu the car
riage nnd seriously bruised.
Mrs. Coxc's Itinera! was held Monday.
They Can't I nlte.
CiiiCAiio. August 27. 0. A. Schultit. of
Nicaragua, who is in this citv, snys there
enn never lie a union of tile nvc renuhlics
in Ccntrnl Aincriciilxx-nuar there nrc too
mnny individual interests at stake.
Marlon In All Alive.
Mahion. N. C, August 27. ISiiccinl.l
The town is lull of ienplc. I'ris.-rty is
selling ut thirty dollars cr front loot.
'copic nrc arriving on every irniu.
LATH STATE NEWS.
L. W Andicws, npromlm ntcitiien ot
'.rccushoro, hns been stricken with
lolin lours, colored, shot nnd killed
r,us Muri'hison, colored, Sitliirdnv night
The New llernc Colored Industrial
Stock nml I'ruit l-'nir oiiencd yesterday
with n promise of n large attendance.
A loan nnd trust company has been
iruauicd in Host on with n capital of
J.'iiH 1.000, to do business in ( recnslKiro,
uml have subscribed $IIM),0( to the
sliK'k of the kiUvl and Iron Company,
John S. Inry, colored, is announced
ns the candidate lor congress irom me
third district, lie is ml intelligent mall,
a native of I'nyettcvillc, ami is a pro
fessor in the large negro university in thr
T-Thc di-lecnlcs from the fifth congres-
sionni iiisinei 10 iiiccnim- vi.ioivii vimi-
venlion held in Knlcigh noniinntetl L. 11.
Moore, of the lirccnsliorn Progress, as
the colored voters' candidate forciuigress
from the Fifth district against llrowcr
The I'cpiicr Mining Comiinny have
sold a hatch of mines, ten in numlier,
covering nhout I.IHMI acres of land, to
New York and Uindon men representing
n romnnnv. for nlMitit fifty thousand do).
Im a. There nrc thirty more just such
mine in Stokes. knlcigh Newt nut t)l-
An Rtmlish syndicate has Iind an
nucnt nt l',recnslNiro lor scvcrnl days ne
gotiating for the North Carolina Steel
nntl Iron v.ompnuys enure siocs nno
oroiM-rtv. The tvnilicntc proiHisc to buy
out the stiH'kholdcrs nnd enpitnliu the
compnnylor 2;lMMl,l)(l(l, The negotm
linns tire still eiiding.
The nuricti turnl tlcnartmcnt com
plctcil its August crop rcHirt bused on
returns from one tiiousniiii vorrcssino
ruts. The basis is 100 nnd the percent
nuet of condition nrc ns follows: Rice,
till: corn, till; cotton, 10'J; loliiiecn, U5
sweet potntoes, 1IH; wiinnta, UK; tur
nips, 104; late cabbage, H5; Irish M)tn
Clinton Wilson, n young man living
In rtniliiirri county, hns invented nn os
cillating steam engine for the pntent of
winch he hits received n number of mu
nificent offers. The French Academy of
Arts and Sciences hns notified mm Hint
he had been elected fellow. His engine
is pronotincd a wonder by machinists.
THUf ORtMNIZI'. OPPOSITION
Verv l.lllle Known of nviint the
Convention Aclnally Old Kxcepl
to Denounce the Deiiiocrnllt
Convenllon Held Karly In Thla
Coi.i-miiia, S. C, August 27. The slate
conference of anti-Tillinanites met last
night at K.Mt) and adjourned at 2.:io a.
m. The proceedings were secret anil re
porters were pledged to report only re
sults. Resolutions were adopted condemning
the action o' the August democratic con
vention ns "tyrannous nml usurpativc"
nud approving the withdrawal of the
delegates who seceded.
Tillman's charges and nsicrsions Un
the party in power were condemned nnd
asserted to have ls.-eii utterly refuted in
It is thought by many oilc that
there will Ik- no further attempts to or
' '; i Hi--i7T7irsHANii.
The Odrienl Cmhc of Marrlnite Vet
liAST St. I.oi is, III., August 2". tin
last Saturday lnii Kremer, eighteen
years of age, living at St. Laborious, III.,
caused the arrest of Theodore Borgmcycr
for betrayal and breach of promise. The
prisoner wns brought here and con
fronted by his victim, nnd he promised
to marry her on Monday. Monday
morning Theodore ami Lena iimx-ared
at the justice's otU.
As the justice wns about to mukc them
husband and wife. Miss Mary Kramoei
of St. Laborious, 2S years of mic and
wealthy, apiieared ond forbid the cere
mony. ' 1 las is my man, said she to
the justice. "We nry to be morricd in
I wo w,s.-ks." The justice nsked Theo
dore which woman lie would have If he
took Lena, he would Is? released, if Mary,
he would go to jail.
"I'll take Mary," he finally said.
1 his was a sad blow to lna. and she
offered to settle for $1.51111.
"I'll give you just what the law al
lows to lake care of your child," said
After some discussion I-cna accepted
$701), which was placed in trust, and
Mnry walked oil' with Theodore, whom
she will marry in two. weeks.
Cl.KVIil.AMi, ()., August 27. The polit
ical tleiroiistration at Musillonvestcrdav
he uccomiiauimrnl of which was the
nominiilion of Mnj. William McKinlcy
for congress in llicSixtccnthOhiodislrict.
was one ol the greatest that has ever oc-
iirred in tlluo. the rcnunhuans of the
district turned "tit in nn cnlhiisinstie
IhmIv iuiiI iirtH'lulmed him theircanilidate
without the fornmlity ol the usual dele
gate convention. AIkiuI l.i.ooo people
were in the city, which was gaily deco
rated. Real KNlate Transfers),
Ingle nnd wife to J. M.
t'.uducr hit on iorncr Cherry
ii.nl Academy street $;i,,piiM.li(i
Richmond Pearson nnd wife to
. M. CnmplK-ll, lot on 1 1 ill
street 511x1110 1155.110
Richmond Pearson nnd wife tn
J. M. Cnmpbcll, lot on Knglc
. C. Sturncs nnd wife and II.
A Heist to T. J. Ilargan.
three lots on Kichmond Hill
II. N. Well to J. M. Noliiml.
110 acres on Sandv Mush
. P. Foster to A. M. Wiley,
lot 75x1 III on Philcr street H.'.o.oo
AITMKS of CONSLXJI EXCI!.
Cholera is spreading in the city of To.
During the miinnuvcrs of the Italian
army at Montichcari smokeless powder
was used, nntl so succcsstitt were tlic ex-
K.-nments with It that the batteries ol
tirtilciv urcd hall nn hour without their
presence lieing discovered.
The Moniteur dc Rome, one of the offi
cial organs nf the Vatican, says that il
the rale nt which converts nave been
made for the last hall century to the
Catholic church in liugland is maintained
that religion will he dominant in l.n-
gland n century hence.
Mamie Ciiirvcv. mini eleven venrs. was
arrested in llrooklyn for drunkenness.
Hcnrv P. Walker, ex-llrilish consul nt
New York, whose mother wns n nieinlier
of the South Carolina rinekncy luniily
died in New York, aged 75 years.
I.cc Hong Kwong, a Chinese merchant,
of Philadelphia, hits succeeded in getting
Ins wile llirougii tne mtiniuun line, ami
she will have n big reception in Philadel
The committee hnvliig in charge the
adjustment of the Virginia debt announce
that they Imve on ichisii a large major
ity of nil classes of the securities under
The I'nilcd Slates trensnry nnd still-
treasuries have ncccptcd $ J,,"i00,ooo nt
bonds. The purchases ol silver null'
ton amounted to t.'iO.Ool) ounces nt
llll'l, to 11t '.
Ilnvid Mnrshiill, of Lnpccr, Mich,, who
has lic,n n democrat for ciL-litv-lour years,
hns tiled a request that his collection of
democratic tickets lie pi need in his colli n
nnd buried with mm.
Female slnves nrc still uivcu to the Sul
tun in old time iKimn. An cxiitiisitcly
bcnuliliil girl of U, n (Vcorgian, thut his
mint sent to him, was taken to the Yidii
Kiosk in a gill coach escorted by a trotii
ol gigantic eunuchs,
The Krv. Hnvi.1 K. Ilrreil. of the Semi
nury Presbyterian church in Cliicngo.hna
liecn culled to the chair ol sacred rhetoric
nnd pnstoral theology in the Auburn
llt l. i nriiaigiciii c-Liiiiiiiii , iu iuvuv
Dr. Timothy Par ling.
John M. Stcntlmnn, of llrocktort, N
V.. who has accepted an appointment a
biologist in the agricultural department
at Washington, graduated 'Irom Cornell
University two years ago, anil is only
twenty-lour yenrs old.
The deputy minister of agriculture nt
Otichcc declares that Asiatic cholera will
certainly visit Cannda next year, and in
order to check its advance he proposes to
establish tiunrnntine stations in British
Columbia on the same plan ai thnt at
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAIIU MARK RBGISTliRKD.
ABSOLUTELY 8AFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cure) Kvery variety of Headache
AND NOTHING Bl.Slt.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable rcputn-
tion of lieing the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
sjiecdy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIkauaciib. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all iuarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some.
thing which almost everyone needs, ami
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative towcrs it docs not do
pcntl UMn the subtle influences of sucb
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be taken by
young ami oltl without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, aad contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar nil vantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable ns a cure for any kind of head
achewithout rrsicct to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
ns in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
MKIiCTIONS FUR fSK.
Thrdoae for an adult Is two tcaauooafula
In a wine slau ot water. Iloac for ehililrca
in proportion, aecurding to age. Id either
case the dose can be repeated every tliirly
minuca until a cure la rnectrd. One done will
alwaya drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when tint feeling the premonitory
ymutunta j but if the attack la well on. and
uflcrinK la Intrtiae, the second or third dose
may be required. Hauully- a greater numbrr
of doaea la required to effect the fir .. cure
than la Beetled for any auccceding time there
lifter, showing that the medicine la accumu
lative In Ita enccls, tending toward aa event
ual KTmuncnt cure.
For sale at
46 ft 48 8. MAIN 8TRKKT,
Oppo.lle Rank of AaketUle.
Dry GooiIm, Fnn-y Goods,
llllll iSOtlOllH, lilll'l' Ull'tlllllH,
ilile LiiiPim, Towels, Nun-
cms, l oiintt'i'inuips, lnlf
itMMlS, llllll lMlllH'OllllTM'H at
U'init' cost. All DoiiicHliu
iooils, iiicltitlinj;' I'i'itle of tlio
WpsI, Wmiisnttit, Fruit of
Loom, 1-1 Cottons uml 10-1
Slipi'tiiiL-s at priiiio cost.
Wo pall HptM-inl attention
to our liiriri' stock of Eiu-
lnoiilt'iy mid Knit tiiiLC Silk,
Zcpliyi-H, Wools, Silk ami
Outline Work. All iro at
prime cost. Liu lies Musliu
Uii(U;rwcai' ut cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery andllibbons
at unusually low prktw.
Ladies will muvo money by
attending this spoeial sale.