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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. 99.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
L I N V I L L E.i
k - i . i j
A IMlteu piJWiueu nuiUBei-
oiiiiK an a
Situated iu the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for htuiltli
fuliioHH and Iwuuty of
An elevation of rt.HOO feet.,
wit h cool
It in being laid out with
tnwto nnd skill, with well
gnuled roads 11 ml exteimivo
A deHirablu place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
JJNVILLE IMPROVEMENf CO.,
Uluvlll., Milclivll Co., N. C.
CHEVIOT, SATEEN AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS Jl'ST
IN. LA OIKS' IILA2EK8,
SIIIKT WAISTS ft CIIIM-
HON MARCH 15.
00 SOUTH MAIN STKEET.
Siil B. MAIN nr., AKIIHVII.I.Il,
1 tii rLAca ro
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
apr I 4
Wai.raaB.OWTR, ' W.""w. Wkut,
CWYIJ & WEST,
inacceMora to Walter R.Owyn)
REFER TO MM OF AIHEVHIE.
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Public. ComralaMouer. of Deed..
OPPICtX-atitkcMMt Conrt aqaar.
Real Estate Brokers.
And Investment Agent.
Loan, m urcly placed at 9 per cent.
Ontceat S a So Pattoa Art Second floor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wonldt't bay timber land., mineral tirtiu.
i'' J ertlea or A.hevlllt Real R.tatef
!' Then call on ua, Horatio, and wc will aire
the thy money', worth.
W. can aril that a horn lot, lend thee shek.
el. to met a dwelling thereon, and Inrare
the aam. In any Ptr. Insurance Company
doing baalne.. m thl. State. ,
Ulrc at a call, Horatio I
JENKS Jk JENKS,
REAL EITATI AND INSURANCE IROXERS.
Room Jk io. McAfee Block.
Sft Pattoa Art., AaberUU, N. C.
"A IIIKUIN HAND
U better than an overdraft la the Bank."
But the beat of all la to buyyourUroccrlca,
rrovl.lon.1 Feed. ttcc. from
A. D. COOPER,
Corner Main and College MrccW Prices
low and every thinK " repnacnlcd or .
Two aecondlmnri wnuiin. for .ale cheap.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts.
Blankets, nnd other goods
for cooler weather ha just
J.M!eii received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jm-kete,
Nui-wh' (!apH and Aprons.
Thelarjinst, lot of Cliemis,
(SdwiiH and Underwear to he
found iu the city, some fine
Koodri, eheiiHr limn "yoq can
get (he material and make
them. Stock inH in eoloi-H
and I'unI, lJliwk. Wool, Mo
lino. Cotton, Little Threatl,
nnd Silk, from 10 ts. to 2
a pair. All kindu if Dihjhh
TrimminH, ItultoiiH, Lin-
ins. Hi:', in fuel, our slock of
everything liiiHled to use ot
to wear for Men, Hoys, Chil
dren or (Ladies is well nigh
lierfert, ho thatyour WANTS
from the eellur to the garret
can bo filled at our store at
prices uway Ixlow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
F. A. GRACE,
IN FRESCO. '
Formerly of Lyman tk Child t,
Office No I .Legal Block
Strictly a Brokerage Builncw
Loan, atcnrely placed at ) per cent.
(MocrcMon to Ralrd A Rictor.)
No. a8 North Main Street,
Hart a (till atock of everything to be uaed In
ramllle. In the way of eatable.. II frenh and
of beat quality. W. auk oar Irlendt and the
public irenerally to call and ace ua. Hntl.'ac
Hon guaranteed. All good, delivered In the
city Mtnlta. Frenh country produce a ape
WM. R. KINf.,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U t. N.,
la located In Aahevllle and will practice
Draunhtlnc of any dcacrlntlon a auectnlty.
P. a, ito via.
Interest Paki on
(Jo to Oai-michael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at nil times
find it 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
nssured that your preserip
tion will 1h) filled correct and
that you will bo charged a
low pride. ThrM) registered
prescript ionists ready to
serve you at all hours. .Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMECII AFX
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
Lots and loth of
New (loods for An- -tumn
We have made a
number of sweeping
mluctions on Spring
and Summer (loods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS. SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 A 9 PATTON A VII
(Juit monkeying with
Knoxvillo and Richmond
when you want Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints, Oils, Window
(loss &., remember that
T. C. Smith & Co., have n
Inrge and heavily stocked
Wholesale and Retail Drug
House in Asheville. on the
Public Square, where all buy-
. ! 1 j.!a.
ers a to sunpiieti in quaimry
and price and quality, such
goods as make up a well fit
ted modern Drug and Pre
scription Store. Sive freight
charges, from more remote
points and sa ve time in get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in
creasing the growing im
portance of Asheville us the
commercial centre of West
ern North Carolina.
EMORY t HENRY COLLEGE
The tHtlnta of .pedal attraction lire.
It. I'nrlvnllcd Locution nnd Hrautlful
ThorouKh Collrglate Cournc nnd Modern
Ijirge Library and unequalled Llternry
Young Nfen'a Chrl.tlnn A.Hoclntlon nnd
Freedom from Tcmptntlon;
MagnlAccnt Oymna.lum and thorouiihly
equipped Hdencc I
Attractive lloardlnK HoiiKn and Wonder
ful Health Record;
Fine IH.dpllnr and Rclbriou. Tone
And the entire reaaonahlencm of It. term.
Hcnd for new nndcnlnrued cntntoKuc to
RBV. JAMBS ATKINH.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Insurance i Agent.
Rear No. ilO Bouth Mnln atrcct.
liitnbll.hed 1R(IS. Aahevlllc, N. C.
TIIACIIBR OF PIANO.
Punll. received at Ril Unller atrcct. Real.
dence 77 Charlotte ttreet.
Deposits of Four Montlts in the 'Western Carolina Bank Savings Department
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE, CITIZEN TO-DAY.
RKMOI.VTION KOK ClN4iKIHH
to m T NOV. IO.
BENTON'S TARIFF REMARKS OF
FIFTY YEARS AGO.
PKAl'K IKTWKKX SALVADOR
Wahimnutiin, Auyiist HO. In tlic Scn
ntc tiwliiy Senator RdinunrlK nflircil the
followinK concurrent rcaolulimi (which
went over for the preaent):
"Kcaolvcil Unit when the two hoiiKca
ndjiiiirn mi the l.th id SeptcnilHT, 1S0II,
it be to meet the loth of Nuvcnilirr,
The tariff hill wan then taken tip, the
peniliim nucHliiMi bcinu on the finaiicc
commit tcc'a amendment to inriinniili
;i()7, which tnxca Malt in liaua anil pack
nj.re12 centH ht hmulrcil pnunils nml
wilt in hulk HvintM.thc iiimtnliiu n lieitiu
tn ttrikc out the proviso allowing ilvaw-
hacks on unit used in exported nicnta.
Senator Mci'licraon moved to atrikc
out the entire uarauraoh, the cll'cet o!
which would lie to place milt uu the free
Senator Colipiitt advocated Sena
tor AKThcraoii aincnilmciit anil reail
an extract Iroin n 8ieevh made by
llcnton in the senate half n centurv
aco nuain.t the tariff on salt, which
he characterized as "henrtlcsi nnd
tyrnnnieal, inexorable nnd omniprewnt,
which no economy could evade, no pov
crty shun, no privation cscnpc,"
FLORIDA Kt:i'l BI.ICANH.
They will Hold No Mtate Conven.
Hon TIiIh venr,
Ial'ksonvii.i.k, I-'Iii., August 2U. A con
vention of Si'coud district rcpuhli.'iius was
held at Ocnla, in Marion county, yester
day. IU temporary clmiriiinn was M.
M. Dcwcy, coloml, editor of the Cinincs
villc Adviwatc. The colored delegates
indulged largely in speech nuiking. but
bcyoiul tins the negroes received very lit
I'. S. Cioodrieh, of licl.and. who has
been contesting S. I'. Mullock's seat incoii
gicss for nearly two vcarsand Imsceaw
has recently been reported lavutalily by
t lie election commit lee, has been all along
a most prominent aspirant tor the nomi
nation, hut lietcleuraplicil Iroin washing-
ton yesterday his w'lihdrnwal Iroin the
contest for the sake of hariminv. Ili
name was presented, however, along
with hnll n don-n others, aiming then;
lohrt Strinllug. rf mI State i.Uorm
for the northern district of l-'lorida. Strip-
hng received tin.- noinmntion on the third
The convention adiiiuriicd at a fate
hour last night alter the adoption of a
loan iilatfoim whose nriiieiiuil plank was
one in advocacy 01 icueriu control 01
national and congressional elections.
No State convention will he Held nv
IMorida republicans this year. The Slate
control eommiltce met in Ocaln yester
day and placed the following State ticket
in nomination: i-or eompiroiier, ix-roy
i. Hall, of Tallahassee; for associate jus
tice of the supreme court, Jus. K. Clmllcn,
Itudlcy and II I m work leiiouiicf cl
Iniiiak.wous, IiiiI., August L".l. The
demwratie convention was in session
here ycslcrday. The platform was re.
ceived with ciithusiasiu. Illaudc Math
ews was nominated for secretary ol
State. Mr. Mathews is the must exten
sive farmer in Indiana, and his nomina
tion is n tribute to the Winners Alliance.
J. (). Henderson, editor of the Knhoma
llUpntch, was nominated for auditor;
Allien Call, of Indianapolis, treasurer;
A. (..Smith, Alt. Vernon, attorney gen
The resolutions denounce the force lull
nil sav thel "the electoral vote of la-
diana was obtained for Harrison and
Morton bv the most flagrant crimes
against the ballot box ever icrK'trntcd
in an American' common wealth; that
these crimes were committed tuiilcr the
direct auspices of William Wade Hiidlcy."
Mention ol tirover Urvclnnil s name
was received with tremendous applause.
The Central American War lllrd
Fold Mat rinlotiM.
Wasminhton, August US). Acting Sec
retary Wharton to-ilay received a tele
gram from Minister Misner at Guate
mala, through Minister Kynn, of Mexico
City, dated the i!Hlh insl., an follows:
1 went to AcajuUn, iu Salvador, Mon
day with three of the diplomatic corps.
1 met the provisional nrcsident with sev
eral hundred leading men ol the republic.
The basis of ience was explained nnd
slightly modified, accepted nnd signed by
General lixcta. 1 returned here (Guate
mala) yesterday nlternoon when liimtc
mala also accepted nnd signed, llotb
parties have liecn notified to retire to
their nrniics in fort v-eiuht hours and to
reduce them to n peace looting in eight
days. This establishes wace in Central
Acting Sccrctnrv hnrlon said he re
garded this as a satishictory settlement
of the trouble.
The FaHteat Mile.
Monmoi'Tii. August 20. Snlvntnr lint
smashed the record for n mile making it
in L.snvii. Fractional time was as fol
lows: At the quarter, 2ai; nt the half,
5VS; at threc-cpinrters, 1 .1 1 ; nt mile,
Dr. K. I.. Aliernethy, the president of
Rutherford College; is in the city nnd
wishes to rnisc lands to rcliiiild this In-
nioiia college. This iiroperty with $r,000
worth ol books uiiil Jf-'ii.tiuo wortn ot
tint. u..rf. .ilrstrnveH hv fire on the
0th ot this month. This college has
been doing noble work for thr cause
of education lor the last thirty-
eight years. This noble man has
given tuition to over 2,000 indigent or
phans, such a rare sacrifice on tlic part
nf lie. Alwrnethv deserves the svniiiathv
of the country. Asheville has men ol means
who will no doubt come to tne rescue
and assist this great work.
Kev. A. A. Aliernethy is the agent ol
the college, now in the city.
RKPI IILICAN CONVENTION.
Some Hatchet lluryliix none
Kai.kii-.ii, N. C, August 20. The re
publican State convention met yesterday
The bitter contest between John II. linves
and Dr. J. J. Mott, leader of two factions
in the western part ol the State, was re
conciled. Addresses were mndc by J. II. Iwtvcs, J.
C, rritclmrd. Chnrles A. Cook, C. V, Mc
Kesson nnd others. Ncnrlyevcry county
The republican congressional conven
tion of tin- fourth district nominated
Alexander Mc!'vcn for regress. Kev.
D. I', Macliaiu, an imlqicndctit Alliance
democrat, announced himself also a can
didate against H. 11. Baum, the ilt-mo-cratie
nominee. C. II. Moore, colored,
was nominated by n convention of col
ored men against J. M. Hrown, rcpub'i
can, nnd A. II. Williams.dcniiK-rat.iu the
fifth district. I'. C. Thamas nnnounces
himself as an inih-icndcnt republican Alli
ance industrial union candidate, against
John S. Henderson, democrat, in the
seventh district. Claude M. Ilernard has
Ik-cii re-noininatcd by the republican ex
ecutive committee in the first dislritt for
congress, against W. A. II. Ilraneli, dem-ai-rat.
No con villi ion will Ik- held.
The passage ol a state election law by
the Icgislaluic of ISh'.l, is denounced by
the platform as n fraud, and "intended
to enable politicians by fiaiul and trick
cry to thwart the homst will of the eo
pic." The pl.illorineoiu bides with : "The
democratic party, having instituted a
system of fraud through the ineitiiiin of
"tnte laws, tlli convention lav is such
legislation as nui v Is- cnaeti d by congress
as will secure n live vote, u lau count and
an homst count ."
Hon. Clin lies I 'rice, at pri'sint I'nitcd
Stales district aituruey, was nominated
lor chill justice anil N. A. I'aiieloth lor
associate j nl ice. ohu II. K.ivrs was
ckvlcd chairman ol' li.c slate cxiciilivc
.iv.iA.v Ct..si.'( i:xCi:.
Kev. Dr. MeClviin has arrivcil in New
Vork from California.
Price of Chicago bei Dias increased on
iiccount of the railroad strike.
The republican managers in New Vork
are filling the Brooklyn navy yard with
ChclHivgnn. Michigan, is terribly ex
cited over the apparent attempt to burn
nut tlic town by a gang oi incendiaries.
District Attorney Graham, of Philadel
phia, holds that ncwsptiicr guessing
matches for prize come under the lottery
On September 0. final balloting for the
site of the World's Fair, Chicago, will be
gin and a site must be selected before the
A resolution endorsing the administra
tion of President Harrison wns voted
lown in the republican congressional
convention ol the Seventh Ala'inina dis
The prevailing opinion seems to lie
that there will lie no split iu ihcilcmo.
era tic party of South Carolina, at least
to the extent ol separate tickets in i in
field ; hut what tickets may result alter
the ScptcmlHT convention cannot Ik
foretold. In the Ohio Democratic Stale Conven
tion the following nominations were
made: Secretary of Stale, Thaddciis 1J.
Cromicy, of Pickaway count v ; judge ol
the supreme court, ticorgc H. nkcy, ol
Kraukliti coiintv ; inemlK'r ol the board
of public works, 1cokiII keil'cr, of
Minimi coutiiv. v. icveiaiui name was
greeted with great enthusiasm.
Comirrssional nominations: John D.
Aldcrson. hv the democrats ol the Third
district of Weal Virginia ; James A. Cop-K-rliart,
by the democrats of the l-'ourtli
district of West Virginia ; J. U. Chapman,
bv the democrats of the Second Kansas
district: S. li. I'nvnc. hv the republicans
of the Twenty-seventh district of New
Vork ; ohn O'niney Smith, by the demo
crats ol the Tenth' district of Ohio; Win.
I.. Wilson, bv the democrat m the Sec
ond district ol West Virginia; Kogcr I).
Mills, by the democrats ol the Ninth dis
trict of Texas; obn F. Hamilton, by the
Icmocrntt ol the I-ilth district ol Iowa.
Secretary Tnicv says, in answer to n
resolution of congress, that men are not
being employed nt Kittery navy yard in
order to allcct the congressional election.
Wednesday was a day of sensations in
the house. Two inemliers, Kcpresrntn
tive Wilson, of Washington, mid llcck-
with. of New Icrsev, cnine to blows lifter
calling each other liars and other bud
mimes; one ol the oldest ineni iters ol tnc
house. Mr. (.nation, of Illinois, wns
called down for the use ol nil alleged in
decent expression in public debate, nnd
Mr. t-nnnoti liunseii nun ms colleague,
Win. K. Mason, engaged in n eoloouy,
during which they called each other liar
and tramp and lonlcr. The house wns
in a continual uproar throughout the af
ternoon. Mlletit on the Force lllll.
Dktmoit, Mich., August 20. At the
republican slate convention here yester
day. Jnnic M, Turner, of Lansing, was
nominated lor governor. I lie resolutions
commend Harrison's ndininislrnlion, but
trc silent on the force bill.
Called and Came.
Wasiiiniiton, August 20. Govcnor
I,cwis Wolflcy, of Arixonn, lmi resigned
nt the rriiuest ol the secretary of the in
terior. Nn explanation for the demand
ed resignation has been made public.
Twenty-five Canes) tr Cholera.
Caiho. August 20. During the tinst
three days there have liecn twenty-five
new ensci ol cholera at jeuilnli,
THE NEW CITY HALL.
nKSCRIPTION AND PICTt'KI'.
OF THR BUII.DINU.
HIclH for IIh Conalruclloti to he
Onened To.NI.rht at the MeetliiK
or Ihe Aldermen ProvlHlon for
all Necessary Offices), Etc.
The new city hall as shown in the cut
is now a thing of the nenr future. Kids
will be oiiened to-night nt the meeting ol
The building is to he situated where the
old jail now stands, back of the court
It will lie built of brick with stone trim'
The following description by Messrs,
Wills Bros., architects, will give a good
idea of the different departments. They
have endeavored in their design to keen
each department isolated, and nt the
same time merge all into one convenient
the entrance to the city department is
the duel lenture ot the front. It is a
stone arched portico (with a balcony
over for public sm-akiiig if reouircdTand
gives access to a wide double door own-
ing into tin- entrance hall.
. tin the left ol the hall is a broad casv
stairway leading to City Council chum-
iter, flavor scoun ami curomccs noove.
On the right is a 1Hx2U office for the
chief of police, ndioimng which is a large
room lax.l.i tor patrolmen. From this
room the prisoners' cells are entered nnd
are cm oft from every other place. There
is a iiixlu cell lor orderly prisoners ami
seven smaller ones (ixlO.
At the end of the hull is a 21x21 ofliet
for the market mannger, also a spare
office or committee room and a store for
t'tidcr the main stairway is a stair
lending to a large lavatory lor public
use. The police and prisoner have n
separate stair iroin their department
to a lavatory for their exclusive use mid
A stairway is provided from the police
uartersto bring prisoner to the Mny
or'sconrl room above without interfering
with the public, nnd the prisoners arc
under constant control ot the police from
tlic time they enter till they are brought
to the bar oi the court.
The chit I and iioliccmcn have separate
entrances on tne side or angle oi the
building, leaving the main entrance
Thr hrst door on the left, nt the top ob
.i :.. -, . . i. : '
HIV llllllll 1(1, llll., Cll I B IIIC VUUIIVII
clianilier. This is a room IIOx.'IO and is
of a character suited to the dignity ol the
chief room in the building. A raised dais
is provided for the Mayor, In Iront ol
which is the city clerk desk, and in a
semicircle around arc the desk and sent
for the alilcrincn. A mil run round lie
hind them nnd divides them for the pub
lic, who have a separate entrance.
oiicning out Inun this room is a com
mittee or clonk room.
A corridor runs the length of the main
building, on this floor, giving acccsa to
offices for the city engineer, city inspec
tor nml other public officer, acvernl
spare rouius are provided, also a lava
tory lor the exclusive use ol the city of
ficers. Opposite the bend of the stairs is the
inlilic entrance to the Mayor's court
room. Prisoners can only enter from thr
police department stair. The Mayor has
a private entrance to hi place in court
Irom lus p: ivntc oinet adjoining, from
iiis office he nlso has access to the bnl-
cony over main entrance nnd nlso into
the city clerk ottice. winch also Das nn
entrance from the hall.
As the fire department is (or at least
will !c eventually I one of the most im-
Hirtant arms ol public service, thcarehi-
tccts Paul siH-cml attention to providing
plenty ol room lor it. It is nn the high
est side of the lot enabling the apparatus
tn start easily irom tne incline, it mis
three large exit of ample proinrtions to
allow free movements of the apparatus.
I he plan snows n suggestion lor it ar
rangement. The muni hull is carried
back to the rear of the lot, giving room
for ten stalls lor horses, harness, store
nnd Iced rooms nnd a large Siace to
wash oil hose, etc., also a tower in winch
tosusiK-ndhosc fordrying mirioscs. This
is provided for but not being needed nt
present will be arranged to suit present
A stairway leads irom the Iront or this
department to a :iOx42 room nlxive,
which is to lie used lor n nrcmen dormi
tory. Poles ure provided to allow speedy
exit to the department below.
A lax IN room Is also provided for thr
chief of fire department and another for
lus assistant duels.
The main entrance to the market is from
the angle or side of the building, under
the police dcpnitment. It Rive access
to a i:ioxl J hull well lighted. There
arc also two side entrances nnd a rear
The fire department is earned on strong
niers on one side of the hall, which are
tilled in la-t ween with enclosed nnd semi-
enclosed fixed stalls. The main hnll has
Opening from the market hall and un
der the city building it a OllxOOcold (tor
age warehouse for storing perishable
me Mayor t ami otner outer will be
richlv finished, while the market and fire
departments will lie left plain.
Another atlrlke Ended.
CiiitAiio, August 20. Rusines nt the
stock yards this morning wns being
promptly handled by the several roads
while nil pnckers are killing and handling
a fair amount of goods. Most of the
Luke Shore men have returned to their
duties nnd the strike seems virtually
W. H. Cowles Renominated.
Kai.kiuh, August 20, Hon. W. H,
Cowles wns tonlay rc-nominnted to sue.
cced himself a democratic congressman
troin tne liigtun nittrict.
ittJ--s - i m ll
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AND NOTHING BI.8II.
Hits earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
nnd reliable article in the murket for the
speedy relief und cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIhadaciik, The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all iuartcrs, proves its true merit and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For it curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs a
CHLORAL AND COCAlNIi,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemical, and can be tuken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cuthurtic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable a n cure for any kind of head
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no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
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the market, wherever known.
DIRECTIONS FOR U8K.
The dose for n adult la two ua.poonful.
in a wine glaaa of water, boae for chlldrra
ia proportion, according to age. In cither
caw the dose eaa be repeated every thirty
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alway. drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when ftrat feeling the premonitory
aymptoma; but if the attack la well on, nnd
auncring la interne, the second or thinl dose
may be required. I'.ualry a greater number
of dm ia required to effect the Hrst cure
thaa i. needed for any .uccreding time there
after, ahowing that the medicine la accumu
lative la IU eneeta, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 48 8. MAIN HTRKKT,
Oppoalte Rank of Aahevlllc,
Dry GooiIh, Fnnry (Sootlx,
mill Not ioiiH, L.-1 ic CurluiiiK,
Tuhli' Lini'iiH, Towels, Niii
kiiiH, CoiintcrpniiPH, Wliito
(hxhIk, 11111I Kiiilii-oiili'i ii's nl
priino cunt. All Jiiienti(!
CooiIh, iiX'luiliiiK l'rule oftlio
Wont, Vn11i8Uttn, Fruit of
Loom, -1-1 Cottons ami 104
Sheet iiis nt priino post.
Wo cull Hpifial attention
to our lart ntock of Km-
broidery and Knit ting Silk,
Zephyrn, WooIh, Silk nnd
Outlino Work. All go at
priino coHt. Ladies' MiiNliu
Underwear at eoHt, Kid
(llovoH, IIoHiery andltibboiw
at unusually low prices.
LiulicH will huvo money by
attending this special solo.
va M., mnVtX:,