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VOLUME VI. NO. 107.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A plaro planned and devel
oping UK U
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region not for henlth
TmIiu'hh and lieauty of
An elevation of Jl.HOO feet,
It in being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lliivlllc, milchcll Co., N. C.
SPELLMAN 8 HATS. ENGLISH HATS S3.
jo Houth Main tit.
NEW FALL GOODS
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BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
VicwH and Sketclicti.
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laucccMmre to Walter B.Gwya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at S
Commleeloaeri of Deed.
OKFICK aoMthaaat Court SMiaaur.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wnulil.'t tiuy timber lande, mlneraj prop
erties or A.hrvllle Real B.tate t
Then call on u, Horatio, and we will aire
thee thy money's worth.
We can aril thct a house bit, lenil thee hek-
el. to erect a il welling thereon, and Innure
the name In any I'lre Insurance Company
doing business In thl Stale.
OWe u. a call, lloratlol
JUNKS A JKNKH,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room- 9 A 10, McAfee Block.
' Ilk Pattoa Ave., Anherlllr. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
DM s SIMS DOWN.
Thcte are th brand- of our beat FLOUR,
the finest of the fine, the best of nil, and !
cnjievlally recommendaeT to thou dculring the
whitest and purest bread. In fact it la the
cream of nil the wheat Hkltnmed off Into
We aro have other brands and grades, and
van furnish a Kd family Hour as luw its
$'J 5o, havlnR secured a lot Itcfore pnssing
into the hands tif speculators.
A. D. COOPER.
Two sreond'hand witKonf for mile cheap.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts.
Uhinkets, and other goods
for cooler weather has just
been received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
Tho largest lot of Cheniiss,
Gowns and Underwear to he
found in the city, some fine
goods, cheuer than you can
get the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fast Mack, Wool, Me
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to $2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, IWittons, Lin
ings, &c; in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Royfl, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
lcrfect, so that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can be filled at our store at
prices away Im1ow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan. e. orely placed at per cent.
MAM Pattoa Avenue second floor.
. ( Formerly of Lyman aj Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loans accarely placed at per cent.
That Innrr hoarding houiie on Patton ave
nue, fronting Hnllcry i-ara, 1 room., weir
hulled xround.. tine view, location central,
Wi. T. WKAVHM.
nrliSI-nt P. n. Hon Hilt, A.hcvllle, N. C.
II, R. KINU,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U S. N
le located In Asheville and will practice
IH-nuahtlna of any deacrlptlon a specialty.
P o. liox alk.
(So to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at nil times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low pnceH. His prescription
denartment rh stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
tho market, both foreign mid
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will bo filled correct anil
that you will be. charged a
low price. Three registered
prescript ionists ready to
servo you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVIi
Scarr's Fruit Preservative
for keeping fresh fruits, to
matoes, corn, &c, without
the use of sealed or air-tight
cans. Fruit juice, cider, &c,
can be iwrfectly preserved by
using this powder. The only
cure required is to select good
sound fruit, not too rie,
then follow directions. This
powder is very cheap, and
the canning very little
trouble perfectly harmless.
Fach package preserves '20
pounds of fruit or .'10 pints
of fruit juice. 27 cents er
package, 5 packages for one
dollar. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug
DO YOU KNOW
A Kiutd thing when you at It? If mi rati nt
POWELL X SNIDER'S
And examine their fine aMiirtmrnt of I'rrni'h
Cracker., mnal.tlnii In purl of
I'nncy Tea Cake,
. Cream Wirr.
Thrne arc aliwiiutely fnh and nice
(Imida. We nl.o aralre to cnll your atten
tion to our well arlrc eil .lock of I'ANCV
OKOCUHIKH, of which we nink,. a hikvIiiIi.v
We are olftrtng lllll nAKIUIND In Htnple n.
well n I'nncy Ornrerlr., n Inrwe proportion
of which we are cnn.tnntlv rem wlnii illrcct
from the mnnufnclurrr. Thl. In.un. you
perfectly frreh and whnle.uttic aood. nl
price, that we guarantee to lie n.low a. they
can be bought In any market.
, POWHI.I. A UNIIUIK,
Cor. Pattoa Arcoue and Main at reel.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
ANOTHER CHAPTER OF SIBERIAN
MIvN AND WOJIHIS IIKIVIi.N
S.N I'kaniisco, Sept, K. Citpt. Jiihn
Tliiiiupsiiii, uf lliv liiii kciitiiR' Callu'riiH1
Smlilcii, just iii'i'ivid lit Curl TowiiNcnil
li iii Kilicrm, semis tn lliis city a descvip-
tiuii nl' the Ktissiaii exile hvhIciii an wit
H'ssed liy him. On Lalialcn island, a
fanioiirt Kiissian exile prison, a larc par
ty of exile of all ae.cN, inanaeletl, were
iH'inj; taken In the island. A few old men
whose HlrcinUli ave out, It 1 1 from ex
liaiistion. The lirutal driver "etiii),' mi
the orders from his stiierior, ahol the
iitirortttaate men and removed their
chains. No meiey or diseriniiiiation was
shown, Wivig saw their husbands killed
liel'orc tin iroyes, mothers saw tlieirilannli-
ters onlraoed and insulted. The men
and women were driven like cattle,
hip Ikiiik useil to in 14c them on. The
prison cells were liltliy mill I lie treat
uieiit was liarliarous.
I Iiiiiii i'i ii 11, Me., Si'pt. li. The election
oieuetl vet v quietly lure. A uirjjc vole
is Ik ill); pollcil.
A Siow.uon WKKCK,
Wily the New Vork JIullH Wfrt'
The New York mails did not put m an
apiHiirauee in Asheville yesterday. The
reason theretorc is prolialily cxplnincil
in the lollowiii); dispatch ironi Char
'"Thirty-six ears and the engine of 11
imrt Ii-Im iiiiiiI freight train on the Rich
mond c: liaaville railroad, crashed
through a liride into Yadkin river, a lew
miles Ironi Salisbury Saturday alteraooii.
Condiielor Scott iiueoupleil his. eahoosc
w hen twenty-live yards Ironi I he river,
anil saved it'. The lirunan and cuuiiieei
1 1 tn 1 Kt anil were bruised but not s. rioiis
Iv iiiiiirrd. Ilrakemau Will Ai 1 in'lon
stayed with his car in its leap of sixty
feet to the bottom ol the V.idkiu, bill rost
unhurt anil was pullid out. Xob'idy was
badlv hurt. The losi is not under VlUtl,-
11(111, and it is sniillolicihc Invest lieiln
wnvk the Kiehuioud and lauilie roail
ever sustamiil. I lie act iiletil wascausen.
t is said, bv Hie lireakinu ol the knm m
on llic engine truck. "
Anothcrdispatch adds this iulornialioii.
The briduc oven lie Y .-11 1 kin at this point
is 11 bout loll yards lone, compuseil o1
lour spans. The old bridge has nrently
Ih-cii replnred bv a hatulsomc new one,
null was thotiulit to lie one ol thestroue
est on the line. The river at this point i
compaiatively narrow, mil very deep.
I he IiiiiIkc is aooul sixly-nve Icci Ironi
the water. The cnoiue was luiiuiii)- at a
moderate sieiil, and Ulorr half of t lie
train hail molten on the bridge it was no
ticed hv the cnuinccr that nl the seeonil
span the bridge was u'viuK way. ami la
Ion' he could slop his engine lllel'.ilaluio
THE LATEST NEWS
I hiiM NukTII c.ki:i.
The Sam Jones mcciiims will I -venial
WilmiiiKion on the J.'ilh.
-r.nliUlHiro vcarns for acwers and will
not Ik- ipiiet till it nets 'cm.
Principal Clewcll sava he has aheadv
enrolled the naiues of nearlv ;too pupils
for the present session of tlic old Saliin
North Ciiiolina lias made more prog
ress with farmers' institutes than any
southern state except possibly Missisii
pi, thinks the Winston I'aily.
Kaleiult loses miiuv icoilc bv rituoval
cverv vcar. and this ia (lie chief cause of
the slow increase of population. il
miiiKloii Messinocr. VYhal's Kaleioh's
loss is the gain of the rest ol us.
An old resident of llanuiuudoi! in
forms us that there arc tvciit-l wopairs
of twins 111 that neicliborliooil, burn
wttliiu the last lew years. Suadesof Mars,
what a country ! Murphy llullettn.
Twenty forues tire nt oiux1 to I put
up at the Agricultural and Mechanical
College. A new green house haa jnsl Ixrn
linished at the college, unit also one lit
the exiienincnt liirm, the latter lor use lit
hvhriilixiug grnK-s. Ilxiieriinciils arenlso
Initio made there withaerdliug strnwls'r-
rii s lor teals of their merit here. Kaleigli
In ihcnnnimleonfcrcnccof the African
Methoilial ehiireh nt Louisville, Ky a
enmiiiiltee reported lliut the coulereiier
woultl rccoguixf Hie Mar 01 .ion, primed
lit Salisbury, X. C, ns the otlieial organ
na aoon 11 certain iibuses in the pap r's
inatiageinent were ci.rnx'leil. I lie rcjMirl
wna rejected. So the Star of Zion is no
longer rceognixcil by the Kentucky con
Intelligence reaches us of the death nf
Key. C. S. Long, an bust I eniicsscc hoy,
who went 11 few years ago aa n mission-
iiry to Japan, lie was 11 inemlHr of the
llolslou coulcrcuccoi llic .Mctnodisi i.pis-
copal eliiircli, andestivmeilna n consccrn-
1 11I christian iniiiisler. lie rruirncii irnm
Japan 11 short time ago mill died in Norlh
Cunilinn. ins remains win iiiiermi
nt Athena, Teiiii.-kiioxville Journal.
Mai. Smith hiisretururd from Oxford.
lie saiil one of the most 11 fleeting sight
It. ever beheld, was when the children of
the nsvlum, from the least little "tod
dlers" to the largest boy anil girls, cmnc
ill with outstretched arms ami streaming
eves to bid farewell In 1 heir Moved friend
11111I lute principal, Hr. Inxon. 1 lie cries
and sobs ol the lillle ones ns they clung
frnulieally to the doctor, lagging him not
to Icuvi. 1 hrm. was trulv lieiirt-rcudinif .
and almost made one IsAirvc it wnsn sin
to take Dr. Imxoii away Ironi llicnsyluni,
A iMX-iilinreanrciimetip In the Inst
atia-rior court of Halifax county against
the miigisl rate in iwo or inrce town
hipi. They were indicted foruot rcHirt
itig the cotiililioti ol the public roads
Thev had made mil n report from one
township, but bv some mean l lie elerk
ol lite court eoui'i inn prouueeiueicHiri.
lie testified Unit il had not liecn made.
The court instructed for A verdict, and n
numlicrof the magistrate were fined
$7.77 cneh. The result wn thnl levcriil
magislrnles in 11 neighboring township
resigned their ullice.
THE STAR OF EMPIRE
IT HliKMH TO HK HKADKD TO'
WARDS MI HI'HV,
The l.nteHl New from North Car-
olliin, r'arllcularly Andrews and
the Home of Mr), fiould, Who
Killed Her Hnanand and In to be
Tried for II.
Mi'Hi'liv, N, C, Sept. 0 The exteiv
sion of the Western North Carolina
railroad through this county has given
a new impclus to nil the industries in the
county. The grade of this road ha liccn
completed to a point within three and
half miles nf Murphy, and a force of over
one hundred and thirty convicts will
complete the entire line to Murphy at nn
early day. All along the line ol theroad.
Irom larrcts, 111 hwain county, to Mur
phy, new enterprise are springing up in
the wny of marble quarries, tale mines,
sawmills, new stores and residences.
Near Valleytown the railroad company
liHveiust completed one of the 'meat
Ireiuht and ui'Kengef ociots in he. -late
and named the station Andrcwsin honor
of one of the officer of the Richmond
anil I inn vlllc railroad, who lives at Knl
eigh. Col. Andrews owns the laud ad
joining the station and the prosieel for
a live liusiness town to lie hunt up at nil
early dale is good. The distance from
Asheville to Andrew is about l-'O mile
and a mail and passenger train from
Asheville run to Andrews daily, which is
t lie present terminus of the passenger
The farmers' alliance have a good
showing in litis county and will go a
long way in "shaping matters nt the
Kills tin lull. I lie rcpiiolieniiReluim to
lie in the majority in the county; hut the
democrats arc iioiK'ful. Ilotli factious
will put out a regular ticket and depend
011 the alliance men for their "daily
Cherokee is a good farming count v, much
more so than you would ordinarily sup
pose. The Thrash tin in sold for $",01 10:
the mineral interest amounted to about
half ol its value. The farmers refer you
to some of their lands that have been in
cultivation lor 'i wars and now
have fine crops ol corn on them.
A new talc nunc was discovered nenr
I be railroad track near Mr. Ilvatls and
all the iixx-ssary machinery for tlevelop-
111; the nunc is now Ittllv under way, and
1 be owners will reap a rich reward for
their pluck. Il is said other mines of the
same class have Ih-cu found 011 the line nl
Il has Ih-cu rumored more Own once
that the vellow lever hna broken out in
three of the gulf ports this year and if
such is the ease standing room for all the
ivlugecs that will Hock to Asheville will
c at a premium, mid all ol the rclucccs
that cannot find room in Asheville may
Ik- accommodated in Murphy.
Murpiiv right now is in the midst nl n
first class sensation and the next term ol
he suinrior court will have on it docket
the trial ol nu ex-Indian princess for the
murder ol her husband. Your correa-
Hindent refers to the trial of Mrs. Lilian
(',1 mid who it is claimed, murdered her
husband. Mr, Ludgntea wcnlthvdcscctid-
anl of a distinguished liuglish family
from the north of Knglnnd. The New
Herald nn Us stenographer in Murnhv
and il is said that the Herald of London
will publish the proceedings of the Mur
nhv court. Il you nre fond of n first
class sensation in high lile then do not
lad to read all of the proceeding of the
l.uilgnlc-lioulil munier cnac now on the
docket for the next term of court in k' to
iler next. Ynr Know Who.
As n mutter of fact, wc don't know
who. Will nttr corresHindcnt send us
his name not necessarily a a guarantee
of good fnilh, but for publication if he
so desires? And take notice, TilK Cm
.hs lias lots of room lor newsy letter
like the above. lio. ClTlzK.N.
77.S' MEANS IIISINESS.
friy"Thcrc is only one mine in the whole
stale, says the Charlotte Chronicle,
where 11 force of hands i kept constantly
at work lilting coal to In- put ontheinnr
ket. This mine is an old one, and has an
old naim Ivgypt but in the Inst two
years, it has In-come 11 thriving enter
prise under the vigorous management of
Samuel A. Ilcmdcv. who hns touched this
enterprise with the magical brand of
money, or am nun enterprise. 1 lie
mine is in Chatham county, about
midway 1st ween (rccnhoro and l-nv-
elteville. It is near the Caie l-'ciir and
Yadkin Valley hue of railway, and con
nected bv rail with that road.
PtY What nn opiHirtiiuity Cherokee has
lost. The Murphy bulletin says: Our es
teemed Iricnd, I'tol. I-.. II. Olmsted, nl
Port Hymn, X. Y has just inquired ol 11
to know the possihiliiyol obtiiiningfrom
L' ."..(Mill to .'iO.iiih) bushels of apples in a
radius of fifteen mile from any mint in
this section, saving that could this
nmoiiul lie secured, parties would estab
lish 11 icllv manufactory 111 our midst. c
regret Co know Hint an amount .uflicient
In itistify such nil enterprise could not Iw
secured in this lucidity. If our yield is
customary next season, there will Ik- no
iblhetilty in supplying such nn miluslrv.
WTIicit tire plaint 1100 factories and
manufactories in North Carolina. Of
these, l'Jfl are ol cotton and woolen. Ala
mance county lends as to cotton facto
ries. Having nineteen, while Knntlolpli
has lourtecn, t'.nsion eleven, Richmond
eight, Ctiuilierlaiiil and Mecklenburg six
each, Forsyth lend ns to other factories,
having forty-two, mainly of plug tobacco,
while tliiilford mid Wake come next each
Wt Civil Engineer M. 0. Ilnnkim, nf
the Richmond and Danville compauy,
hns Isx-n instructed to make three sur
veys for the extension of the rond from
WilkeslHiro to llristol, Tcnn. Ashe and
Alleghany counties nre both making bid
or It, a
nditissnid that each have of
fered to vole $100, (KM) if they can se
InVIt I now an assured fact thai
Rocky Mount has nt Inst n tobacco mar
ket established in her border. The atn
on opened on the "'.'d of Inst Almost
mid sales have taken place daily ever
since. The sides of the two wnrcjiouscs,
tingle and Farmer, average from five to
ten thousand pounds.
HTThr Cyclone Tntc Mills of the Notln
Consolidated Marble, Iron and Tnlc
eonipntiv, nre running to their full mi pac
ify ami nre producing the most ms-rior
qtiulitv of white title ever known in this
or any. other country. Murphy Bulletin
MTThe shipment of plug tobacco
from Ditnvillr, the largest Virginia mar
ket, for the month of August amounted
to 7H;l,HHH pound while Winston's plug
shipment alone amounted to 1,023,140
A TERRIFIC COLLISION.
TWO TRAINS GOING AT Fl'I.I.
only one Mau Killed and Heveral
Wounded The PanaenKera Gel
a Islaaarreeahle Mhaklnir 1'p No
Cause AHHlarned for the Acci
Locki'okt, N. Y., Sept. 8 At four
o'clock this morning two North Shore
trains, one going cast, the other west,
collided with terrific force on the Central
track near the station in this city. The
enst-lKiitnd engine was telccoied by the
engine of the western train and they now
stand locked together with their smoke
stacks nearly touching.
lly the force of the collision the tender
of the engine of the cast bound train was
forced hnck over half its length into the
Wagner baggage ear and W. K. Fiedler,
of New York city, wna instantly killed.
The tender of the other engine was also
driven in a like manner into buffet car
4-10. The engineer of this engine, Edsnn
Hrnillcy, ol Syracuse, sustained a com
pound Irnct ure of both legs and the fire
man and Win. Houston, alsoof Syracuse,
received bad flesh wounds.
No other injuries of any account arc
reported, although the passengers of
both trains were badly shocked by the
lorce of the collision. As these trains do
not slop at this station, the passengers
were only saved by the square interlock
ing of the engines. Had the collision oc
curred but two or three rods to the east
one train would have cut the other in
two nnd the loss of life would probably
have been appalling.
no explanation ot tnc cause 01 1 ne col
lision is given.
CLEKCY AND CHURCH.
Key. W. H.OIiver.of thcUnptistchurch,
of i-'nyctterillc, received a cull to the pas
torate of the First Baptist church at
Crccnvillc, S. C, with snlnry of $1,4-00
and parsonage, hut declined, much to the
delight of his congregation.
The Wilmington Meascnucr any thai
Key. L. C. Vnss, I), !., of New Item hns
accepted the en II as Ivvangclist of Fny
ettcville Presbytery extended him sonic
The Lutheran church, of Monroe, will
lie one of the handsomest buildings in the
nliiec. It is a brick building, well lighted
and ventilated, and covered with slate,
and is certainly a credit to the members.
The comer stone ol the Methodist
church nt Kcidsvillc hns been laid. Kcv.
Dr. Dixon, of the Greensboro Female col
lege, and Dr. Peterson, of Danville, de
livered addresses. The sum of SHOO was
AIT A IRS )E CONSFJJUENCE.
George William Drown, ex-Chief Judge
of the supreme liench of Bnltimore, 7
years old, died in Mobonk, N, Y.
SiH-nkcr Reed anticipates a mnjnrity ol
I.IHHI in his district, although his friends
feel confident that it will reach 1 ,!)).
There have been 1,770 ballots taken in
the democratic congressional convention
at Memphis, Tcnn. llalloting was re
At the llnngor. Me., state fair, the stal
lion Nelson lowered the world's trotting
mile record over a half mile track by one
quarter second, going a mile in 2.15'...
The president tins been comisrlled to
abandon the contemplated visit to To
ledo, I)., on the occasion ol the re-union
of the society of the army of the Cunilwr
land. The census office gives the total popu
lation of Vermont as 3:il,"nf, a decrease
in ten yer.rs of HI. The population ol
Louisville, Ky., is Hi 1,00,), an increase
of;i7,l'7 in 10 years.
The Chicago livening Journal says:
'The Central Georgia and liast Tennes
see have purchased the Louisville, New
Aliinny anil micngo rona, the Monnn
route, tind made it part of their great
soullicnstern system." This President
Great Hlondin and all other tight
ro walkers were outdone Saturday af
ternoon by 11 man named Dixon, a resi.
dent of Toronto, who wnlked a cable
scvcn-cights of an inch in diameter
stretched across Niagara gorge between
. !i 1 :i
me susieiisidii nno ciiuiiicvcr uriugcu.
Dixon's apparent recklessness on the
wire was such that women who were
watching him tainted.
Nenr SiKiknnc Falls, Wash., Knttirdny,
one blast of xiwdcr bail Iwcn put in to
blow up rock in the Mirtncrn I'ociiie
freight vnrds in the eastern part nf the
city. In putting in the second charge it
exploded and the jnr set off the first
blast. Between lilty anil srvcnty-nvr
men were nt work mid 2.ri,000 cubic feet
of rock was thrown upon them. Fifteen
have la-en taken out dead, a large num
ber injured, unit 27olhcrnrc yet confined
in the debris.
(In the Dcnverand Rio Grande railroad,
near Adolc. Saturday, a trntn was run-
nini! in two sections. The first section.
two day conches loaded with laborers,
iKcnme derailed some four miles below
Florence. The second section dashed
into them, completely mashing two
coaches, iniunna Irom tlnrty-hve to lorty
men ana killing a number outright. 1 ne
bodies of five have liecn recovered and
twelve men are still missing. All of the
men were iiaiuin inoorcr. jiibi irom new
It is estimated that 45.0OO persons In
Prague have la-en rendered destitute uv
the flood and there arc thousands more
sufferers in the flooded district.
Count llerr Bismarck has had a secret
mcctinir with the emperor and promised
to use his influence with hi father to
cense bis revelations ami return to
friendship with Ins majesty. The emperor
declared his readiness to resume 1. icntliy
intercourse with the ex-clinnccllor.
The Stntesvilte Landmark has this ad
ditional news regarding the "glutton"
that is ravaging thnt district: "Uncle
Curt confirmed in every particular the
report In the Landmark last week about
his estimable wife's adventure with this
strange lienst, nnd made this addition to
it: that after she had jnhtwd it the fifth
time with the white oak stick it ran out
from under the house, walled Its eyes
nt her and tuck down toward the branch.
He snys it may be a lion, as many sun
pose, but its track features a bear's track,
tins seen bears in Tennessee." The gov
ernor ought to cnll out the militia or
the editor ot the Wilson Mirror.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RBGISTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY IURE AND
Care livery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BLOB.
Has earned for itself
the enviable 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, Hbadachb. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have 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 does not contain aa atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely fret from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and 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
reliable 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 "harm
lass" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIRECTIONS FOR USB.
The doac for an adalt Is two teaapoonfals
la a wine claw of water. Dot tot children
ia proportion, according to age. la either
caM the daw caa be repeated every thirty
miaucs antil a care la cncctcd. One aoac will
aiway. drive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when first feeling the premoaitor
ymntoms; but if the attack is well oa, and
.uflcrlng i. intense, the second or third dose
may be required. Usually a greater aamber
of dows is required to effect the flret cure
than I. needed lor any succeeding time there
after, .bowing that the medicine i. accumu
lative la its effect., tending toward aa event
aal permanent cure.
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