Newspaper Page Text
yOJ. r. U
. OLD NEWSPAPERS
- FOR IALE
Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three line,
One Time, ilS cents. Three Time, SO cent.
Bis Timet, 78 cent.
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE.
SC. PKK HVNDHKD.
VOLUME VI. NO, 109.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place, planned and devel
oping a a
Situated in M10
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henltli
hilnftRri and beauty of
An elevation of .1.800 feet,
It i being laid out with
tato and kill, with well
graded roads and extenive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for
profitable inveHtnient. For
illustrate! pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Unvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
SPELUMNS MATS. ENGLISH HATS S3.
go ftouth Main tt.
NEW FALL GOODS
38 a. MAIN Mr.. ASHKVILLB.
w THi rLicm roi
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Vlewn and Sketcheit,
WALTS B. (1, W. W. WOT.
GVYII & WEST,
I Ha rerun r. to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE,
1 REAL ESTATE.
Loans (securely Placed at
Notary Public.' CommlMlonera of IMedi,
OPriCR oatkiSMut cnrl aajaar.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
WiwMi'I boy timber Innde, mineral prop.
ertle or Aahrvlllc Real Kalatef
Then call on as, Horatio, ami we will Hire
thee the money's worth.
We can cell thn a house lot, Irnil Ihre ahek.
cle to erect a dwelling thereon, nnd Inaure
the nam. In any Fire Insurance Company
doing baalnen In thl. Mate.
OWe na a call, Horatio I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 10, McAfee Block
on Pullim Ave.. A.hevllle. . C.
F. A. GRACE,
DAISY s SWANS DOWN.
Tlicnc urc the brand of uur'lwut FI.OUR,
the finest of the fine, the lint of nil, and In
rMjtccially recommended to thime dc-tlring the
wliltmt and jurcnt timid. In fact It In the
cream of nil the wheat nklnimcd oft" Into
We uro have other tirandM andgradei.janri
van furnlh 11 kkh1 family flour an low iin
!.., havltiK ncvured a lot iK-fore fmHninR
Into the hnndn of uttet'iitntoni.
A. D. COOPER.
Two Kcctind-hunri wagon 11 for wile vhvni.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts.
Blankets, and other goods
or cooler weather has just
mmmi received. I'lnsterers'
White h'eralls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
Tlio largest lot of G1iemis3,
iowns and Underwear to bo
found in the city, some fine
goods, ehenier than you ran
got the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fast Mack. Wool, Me
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
mid Silk, from 10 cts. to f 2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, Buttons, I,in-
ings, He; in fact our stock of
everything needed to uho or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
jierfect, so that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can bo filled at our store at
prices away below anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loans ac nrrly placed at per cent.
34 86 Pattun Avenue Mccond floor.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I.
Office No. I Legal Block
. LOAN BROKER
Strictly a Brokerage ButlntM
l.oaaa eeesrrly placed at per cent.
Thnt InrMT hoarding, hnuae on Pattnn arc
nur, Irnntlnn Hattery rara, room., wrir
armrird aAmnda. Ana vlrer, lorntlnn rrntral
W. T. WKAVKH,
ikii'J HI I'. O. Bo U'Jt, Aahrvllle, N. C
VII, R. KINO,
OF THE ENOINEER CORPS, U. t. N.,
la located In Aaherllle and ' will practice
DratiR-htlni of any description a specialty
l, (I. Iloa aJs.
(lo to Carmichael'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 Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will bo charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARAf ICHAEL
No. to South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
79 PATTON AVE
Scarr's Fruit Preservative
for kwping fresh fruits, to
matoes, corn, &c, without
the use of sealed or air-tight
cans. Fruit juice, cider, Ac,
can be perfectly preserved by
using this powder. Theonly
care required is to select good
sound fruit, not too riie.
then follow directions. This
powder is very cheap, and
the canning very little
trouble perfectly harmless.
Kach package preserves 20
pounds of fruit or pints
of fruit juice. 25 cents cr
package, 5 packages for one
dollar. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gistM. DO YOU KNOW
A ihmmI thing when you tec It f If to vail ul
POWELL t SNIDER S
Aatl esnmlnc their Hne aaanrtment ol i-'crneh
Crackers, cnnaiatlnK In part uf
I'ancy Ten Cakes,
These arc aliaoutely Ireah and nice
Ooixta. Wc alao alealrt to call your atten
tlnn to nur well aelecied stock of I'ANCV
OKOCIiKIIIM, of which wc makt a aiieelapy.
We are urlcrinR IIIO DAR0AINS In Htaplc na
well na Fancy Oroccrlea, a larire iniportlon
of which we are conatantlv rem wing direct
from thl manufacturer. This Inaurca you
perfectly fresh and whnleaomc goods at
prices that we guarantee to be as low aa they
can be bought In any market.
Cor. Pattoa Aveauc and Mala Street.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
POKTKV NOW IN THK UKOR
GORDON CRITICISED FOR
Atlanta, Co., Sept. 10. The demo
crats of Schrcven county in a mnsa meet
ing held nt Oliver, the county sent, unan
imously uiB8c ritiKintf resolution en
dorsing Norwood for the United States
senate. The resolutions score Gen. Gor
din for his. fight on the lult-treitsury and
hisfnilurc while fighting it to suggest
anything better. Then they commend
the recent utterances of cx-Scnntor Nor
wood. One parngrnphof the resolutions
adopted shows the drift of the whole.
Thnt pnrugrimh reads:
"Resolved. That Hrolhcr Alfs religion,
Uncle Joe's money nnd Gen. John's war
record be relegated to the umbrageous
perrenniul where in sweet communion
they can realize the drlcctablcncss of
living under an administration where
Cincinnntus holds the gulicrnntoriid
plow. Agricoln is n prominent factor in
the legislative halls, and our Tom is ot
nosini! corruption in congressional dc-
iintcs, nnd listen to the dullcct strains of
our bouyant farmers as they harmon
iously sing : '
'Cotton In thi' lisll,
Monry In the pocket.
ItHhy in the criiitli',
Ami a pretty wife to rH-k it.' "
The rctcrcnces in the first lines of the
paragraph are to Alf.cd II. Col(iiitt, Joe
Hrown and I no. II. Gordon.
Gov, Gordon was indorsed hv Hall
joi.i.v i:nni niih.
How SMrcantlc He Can He-Vance
Will liven Thin.
Washington, Sept. K. Senator Ivd
munds has a habit of dictating to the
senate what it should do and should not
do, and is very much given lo fnull-linit-iug
when senators disolicy any" of the
small rules for the government of tin
senate chamber He is at times, how
ever, very unmindful ol his own behavior
and reicnlcdly docs things which In
would quickly resent coming from an
During the first nights session of tin
senntc on Tuesday, Mr. Ivilmunils, froiii
some cause or other, was in n very joll
moon. He siient much ol his tunc in tl
clonk room in lively conversation am.
went in nnd out ol the chnmlier con
stantly. During the speech of Mr. Vnncv
Mr. Udmunds, whose seat is in the frou
row of the republican side, was sur
rounded by several colleagues, anil to
gether they made so much noise with
their laughter and loud talking ns to at
tract general attention anil create much
disorder. When Mr. Vance finished his
very interesting speech Mr. Hilmunds, in
his rasping voice and sneering maimer,
nude the tollowing little sictvh, which
was none the less ill-temiercil because it
was delivered with an ice-cold Vermont
"Mr. President, I believe the county ol
Buncombe is still in the slate of North
Carolina. 1 hare some observations to
submit on thi ipicstion that hits been so
instructively discussed by my friend from
North Carolina, but it is rather late, ami
1 accordingly move that the senate ad
journ." The senate tlicrcuxn did adjourn, for
it could never decline to do what Mr. Ud
munds tells it lo do, unless Matthew
Stanley (juiiy hapjieus to desire it to do
something she. New York Sun.
VANClfAJDlririiVAKM I .K.
The Latter cannot be Deceived
I'rom a Kicccli In the Semite.
It is useless to deceive him the farmer)
or try to deeeivc him any longer with
protective duties on eggs and split beans
und cabbage heads and dried apples. It
is useless to bait him any longer with
free liddlcstrings, skeletons, ncorns, sal
ted guts, nutmegs, and Zunte currants.
Tempting as thui buit is, the fanner pre
fers to have cheap tics lor his cotton and
twine for the sheaves of plenty which he
mips from theenrth, cheap trace chains
to pull his plow and fence wire to inclose
his lielda. clienii blankets, cheap bunging
lor his cotton, cheap tinware for Ins
household and cnc.ip window glass lor
Look over that free list. Mr. rrrsiilcnt
and no impartial mind can sec n single
solitary article which is largely imported
of any particular benefit to the fanner in
his luisincss. lie win see every one oi
them either lor the benefit ol' the rich or
for the benefit of the manufacturer. Thai
is not right, sir; it it not just, sir: it is
almost, I was going to any, impictv it
self to thus oinircss men who, ns the in
struments of the Almighty, answer for us
the uravcr He tntmhl us to utter: "liive
us this day our daily bread."
RKKD IN MKCI.1HION.
He Is) In WanhliiKlon But Not In
Washington, September 10. Speaker
Kecd reached Washington this morning
and npiienred nt the capitnl about II
o'clock. He went nt once to his room,
where he has since remained, seeing no
one. It wns cxiccicii mm ac wnuui
take his seat ill the chair at the opening
of the session, but he did not rescind to
the summons of the (loorkeeisrr, and
Sneaker nro tern Burrows called the
house to order.
A mngnificcnt floral dcsign adorned
SitrnkerKecd'sdcsk this morning. It wns
composed of roses nnd siniliix bordering
. ' ,'a.i ..e -.1.:.. : ..lt.. m
n inrire siiieio 01 wiiui uiw. "
which wns inscribed in blue immortelles
the word "business." Surmounting the
whole s nn immense unvel ol white tin
mortclles indicative of the power with
which the siienker hns wielded that em
blem of authority. It wns the gift of the
enroll usclcrks ol the house.
Just before the hour of noon a pnge np
peurcd bearing in his arms the emblem
of the Slate of Maine a pine tree,
olnnted in a bed of maiden hair tern and
surmounted bv small American flags and
. , 1. .it ,tMl
pinceo ii on wie ' - '-
The house was called to order b
Sneaker tirotem Burrows after whicl
Mr. 0'Ferrell, of Virginia, raised the
point that there was no quorum present.
The sinker protem being unable to
count a quorum Kir. n auger, oi niscon'
sin, moved a call oi tnc nouse.
THK TKVTONIC WON.
Mite BeatH the City of New York
Nkw Yohk. Sept. lO.-Thc White Star
steamer Teutonic came in a winner to
day in the great ocean race with her
rival of the Inman Line, the City of New
York. The Teutonic passed David's
rock light ship, (Jucenstnwn, at 8.1 1 ii.
m the th inst. and arrived off Sandy
Hook light at 7.50 this a. m., making the
run Iwtwcen the two points in 5 days,
20 hours und 54 minttes.
The liest previous run of the Teutonic
between the same points was five days,
nineteen hours and live minutes. 'I lie
best run of the trip was made yesterday
Archbishop Corrignu and Cliuuucey
M. DcH'W were passengers on the Teu
tonic. DIVIDED REPUBLICANS.
HONK IN KANHAB tit WITH
Prohibition Denounced as Nnl
Helnic a True Temperance Mean,
ure, and as) lreventlnK Control
of the Liquor Traffic.
Wichita, Knii., Sept. lo. Three hun
dred delegates attended the resubuiis
sionist republican convention. The plat
form wns prepared after consultation
with the committee on resolutions of the
democratic convention. On the iUesliou
of prohibition it says:
"Wc arraign the purty managers in this
state as disloyal to the principles and un
faithful to the interest of the republican
party. This thing iniicls us, ns the only
method which promises success, to sink
party preferences and unite with such ol
our fellow citizens of the state as share
our convictions, without regard to purl v,
for the purKisc of correcting the lollies
into which wc have Urn betrayed.
"Wc arc opMiscd lay prohibition. Ten
vcars trial has demonstrated ils total
ncficiency ns a temicrnncc measure The
existence of a prohibitory law is a ier-
pctuul menace to the material interests;
t burdens us wilh taxation, and it de
prives us ol all control ol the liiUor
traffic nnd revenue therefrom."
The plat fur in further declares in favor
if high licenses nnd strict laws und rcg
ilation of liipior Iratlie.
I lie democratic convention was called
o order bv lid ward Carroll. The com-
nittccon resolutions apHiiutcd a sub-
mmiltce to meet with alike committee
rum the resubmissiotiisls on resolutions.
The two conventions luscd on a ticket
which is headed bv ex-Governor C. Iv.
Kobiiison, a rcsub'nissionisl.
Fair Condition of the Crop Re
Washington, Sept. 10. The statisti
cal returns to the .department of agri
culture for ScptcmlKT, show a less fa
vorable situation for cotton than those
f August. On the Atlantic coast rains
following n season of drought caused
rust nnd shedding leaves and fruit. The
local returns from North Carolina
show thnt the average condi
tion is but slightly lowered Ix-cuusc
if the heavv rains nnd cool night.
The high condition ol Tennessee is well
maintained nnd the crop is still growing
nnd fruiting. In Mississippi the rains in
July and cnrlv in August, cnuscii a Hum
injury, not so severe however ns in tile
more eastern states. Louisiana reKirts
improvement and the average condition
for the state is higher, notwithstanding
some local reductions. The Arkansas av
erage is nlso slightly advanced. Texas
has sutlcred from tnc drought in tnc cen
tral and western counties which wns rc-
mirtcd last month. The general average
is reduced from H0.5 lo '' which is a
fraction lower than the record of Septcui
Stale iivcriiL'cs: Viruinm, U.: North
Carolina, 1)5; South Carolina, 87; Geor
gia, Mil; i-'lorida, 00; Alabama, HI; Mis
sissippi, H7; Louisiana, 'j:i; Texas, 77;
Arkansas SO; Tennessee, II V.
Tuere is very little mention of the
caterpillar, but the bull worm is uuusii-
anv prcviiiciii iinii iiiuvv ii. .in .ii-wikim
to lexas anil more injurious in inc more
'.vestern Hirlion ol the Dell.
ON CAIK FKAK.
A tlteaui Vacht Lout-PaMHCUktcra
Wilmim-.tiin, N. C. Sept. lO.-Thc
Amcricnn steam yacht Mcguon, Capt.
I). H. I'ul'Ii. of New York, to Savannah,
grounded at H p. in., yesterday on the ex
treme iKiml of the Cape l-ear. The ves
sel is a total loss. The crew of five, in
eluding the captain were rescued by the
Ciih: rear lile saving crew.
A Model Wife
IIi'hi.in. Sent. III. Count Knvciitlow.
('resident, anil other Schleswig diguilii
ries, gave a banquet to linirror William
at Gluckshurg. Kciilymg lo toasts, the
einoeriir exnrcsscs hisuratiluilctoSi'hlcs
Will llir llll. Ilia I'l UK ivnvi in, Ml mr.
...'.1.-. : i ....... ... i.:
side. The empress, he said, was a model
wife. wh. more thnn any one else
helped him to fulfill joyfully his tasks as
The Cholera DccreaNlnic.
Mamriii. Sent. 10. Fifteen fresh enscs
of cholera anil eleven nciiiiis irom tnc
liaenae are reuoi ted in Valencia city.
Throuuhout the province of Valencia nnd
elsewhere the disease is decreasing.
Tariff BUI Vole To-Day
Washington, Sept, 10. In the sennle
to-dny the tat iff bill was taken up, the
oucstion bcinir on its pnssnge nnd six
hours being allowed lo close the discus
sion, niter wlncli a vote is to lie taken.
What a Recount Did.
Portland. Ore.. Sept. 10. The second
enumeration o Portland and Multn.no
mnh county gives ,n population of 75,lTi7
a gain of 14,200 over the former enumer
ation. For Cleveland.
St, Pai'I., Minn., 10. The democratic
satc convention nominated lor govern
or Thus. Wilson, of Winona, nnd com
nieded ('.rover Cleveland.
Finiii.av, Ohio, Sept. 10. The brnke-
mcn employed.nn the I oledo,
& Cincinnati railroad here, went out to
day on account of wages trouble.
SHOT AT AS RIOTERS.
HKRIOl'M TKOI'BI.K AT SOUTH.
HtrlkerH Defy the Local Authorl-
Ilea and are DlMperaed al the
Point of the Hayonel The May
SorriiAMi'TiiN, Sept. 10. The strikers
made a riotous demonstration Inst night
and were only disierse(l at the point of
The trouble begun with the dock labor
ers preventing the depurtureof the trains.
The strikers nlso hesciged the gates of
the dock and prevented the entrance of
the officials. Two companies of in
fantry arrived in the evening and
drove the mob away from the mils.
The dock men made some ilescrntc at
tempts lo break the line formed by the
troops. Some of them took horses from
cabs standing near by and mounting
charged furiously upon the soldiers. The
troops, however, stood linn nnd rcH-ul-
cdly repulsed the strikers. A number ol
horses were bayoneted and some of the
riders were seriously wounded. Hv lliis
time the crowd had been greatly aug
mented and volley after volley of stones
were hurled at the troops. One lieuten
ant had the bridge ol his nose broken by
a stone, and two others were severely in-
At tins iiiiicturc the mayor niiiienrcd
upon the scene und read the riot act.
This onlv ndded to the fury of flic mob.
a section of which stormed the mayor's
business premises and smashed every
window in the place. The troops were
now supplied with ball cartridges, each
man receiving twenty rounds. The mob
still keeping up the attack, the soldiers
were ordered lo ehari'C, and the whole
line advanced iiihiii the crowd with fixed
bayonet. For a moment the mob mailt
a show of resistance, but seeing many ol
their number lull. pierced bvthe bayonets
of the soldiers, the mob broke and fled in
The excitement throughout thrcitv Inst
night was intense and further trouble is
ApTitMMHiN. Striking dock Inlxirers.
sailors and liremeii at Southampton
maintain n mciiuciiig attitude and the
authorities fear that there may be riot
ing, notwithstanding the lact that a
laruc force of police from London and
other places nrc here lor the purMise ol
aiding the local authorities ia preserv
ing order. l-urtlicr detachments ol
troops have been summoned to assist in
pulling down any overt demonstrations
that the mob of strikers may attempt.
Nunc ol the strikers have none out in
small hunts lo await the arrival of the
incoming steamers with throbjecl of ircr-
striding their crews to join in the strike.
1 he udimrahty has liccn asked to as
sist in preventing this move of the
I'jglil men were arrested for taking
part in noting yesterday. To-day tilt
mohimthcrcd ufxiiil the mayor's resi
dence mid made threatening demonstra
tions. 1 he mayor telcphouil lor assis
tance and a number of soldiers were dis
patched to distcrsc the crowd.
A Tnrnsdo's Work.
Gosiikn, lad., Sept. 10. A tornado
visited Clinton township yesterday and
did immense damage, wrecking fencesnnd
trees, destroying crops, blowing down
out houses, barns, etc. All the buildings
on Slniibiiry's limn were leveled to the
ground. The loss will lie great.
HetuniM Front Maine.
I. i:visos, Sept. 10. The Journal has
returns from I'H.'i towns for governoi,
giving lliirlcigh 52,1. "ill, Thompson .15,-
.INS, Clark 1.84, scattering 2tiM. Kc
publican plurality, lii.7IX The same
town in lMMi, the- last "oil" year, gave
a republican plurality of 12,721.
The lrlce of Mllver.
Washington, Sent. 0. The amount ol
silver purchased at the treasury depart
ment vesterilav was v.io.imii ounce,, as
follows: 7i i, Mil I ounces ul $1.17.2; 50,-
oiill ounces at 1.I7'; IXI.UIH) ounces
Mouert Ciarrell III Attain.
Nkw York, Sept. lo. Koliert Gnrrctt
is very ill again with Ins old trouiilc nt
m i:ih-s nr cnxsi:nri:xci:.
I ohi u ;x.
The llelgiau labor party has divided to
declare a general strike on the invasion
ol the meeting ol the lalsir congress in
llelgiiim, IvplciiilHT 1 V.
The recent fire in Salomon, Turkey,
caused by the bursting of n spirit still,
Inn lied over nil area in ncrcs, ncs-
troying pniTlv on which $1 .immi.immi
insurance hud fs-cn itlni-c. f75o,lioil ol
which is held by 1 lrilit.li eonipnuies.
Durinu their slay at Kissengcil (he
lliikcol lliliiibiiruh. one of the sons of
the Jut-en ol lainlaiid, showed his ndniir
atiiiti lor I'riuce llismnrck to the extent
ol Isgging the German statesman lo give
hun us a present the pqie lie smoked.
Nine breweries in Huston nnd vicinity
have Ih-cii discovered bv a government
measurer from Washington to be using
The thermometer rose to 02 degrees
above cero nt New llriinswiek, N, J., Sal
unlay, and several large factories closed
on account in tnc neat,
All crops in Kuinscv comity, North Da
kota, that were spared by the drought
nnd ready lor harvesting were utterly
riiiucd liy linil i riiiny mgiii.
Hon. Sumner Howard, who, a district
attorney of ('tub, secured the conviction
and execution ol lolm I), l.ec, the notei
Mormon lender In the Mountain Meadow
massacre, is dead.
The re-election of Siciiker Kecd by the
largest majority be bus ever received,
mentis a defeat for Mr. Illaine, and that
to u certain extent, t lie manic loiiowing
that hns controlled the Hilitics of Maine
for years past, has liccn ignored.
The Lincoln indeiendciit republican
club, of Philadelphia, has issued an ad
dress signed by lil'ty-six lending republi
cans, declaring that the tlcfcntol Senator
Onnv's candidate for Governor is essen
tial to relorm in the republican party.
The republicans of the second congres
sional district of South Carolina nave
nominated Smith, colored, a their can
didate. This district is represented by
1 Gcorffe D. Tillmnn who will nroDnlily
- 1 have opposition in hit own party to hit
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAllB MARK KBGISTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY 8AFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Curea liverj Variety ot Headache
AND NOTHING BL.SU.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable reputa-
lion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article ia the market for the
speedy relief aad cure of every variety of
thai common trouble, Hkadachk. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It it some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will ucver
or its curative powers it docs not dc-
licnd upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs aa
CHLORAL, AND COCAiNli,
Since it does not contain an atom ol
cither ol these, ll is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be tuken 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 icculiur advantages of Antimi
graine consist in ils being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout rcsicct to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
us iu the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities mukc it
the most popular nnd saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIKHCTION8 FOR l'8B.
The doac for an adult la two traipoonfula
a a wine ulaisof water. Uoae furebildrea
proportion, according to age. la cither
ease the doac van be repeated every thirty
tninuca until a cure la ellccted. Une done will
nlwaya ilrive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when Itrat feeling the prcmonitury
symptoms; but if the attack Is well on, and
.uflvrlag ia Intense, the eecond or third dose
may be required. Usually a greater number
of doara Is required to effect the first cure
than ia needed for any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine la accumu
lative la Its edects. tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For ealc at
OR ANT'S PHARMACY.
46 a 48 J. MAIN HTREKT,
OtiHaitc Bank of Aahevllle.
Dry Goods, Fmiry CooiIh,
ami Notion, I.imv CurtaiiiH,
rulili' Linens, Towel, Nap
kin, Counterpane, Whito
ami Kniliroitlerie nt
prime eot. All lometic
(iooils, iiirliitlinir I'riile oftlio
West, Wniiisutla, Fruit or
Loom, 1-1 Cotton and 10-1
Sheet hitf at prinfe eot.
We call eeial nt t nt ion
to our IniLve stock of Km
liroidery ami Knitting Silk,
Zephyr, Wool, Silk and
Outline Work. All tfo at
Liu lies' Muslin
nt cost, Kid
Gloves, Howiery and Ribbons
at unusually low price.
Ladies will wave money by
attending this special solo.
'fivir 1 ilk 1 tffrJfc,-V1'