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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. no.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER n, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LIN VI LLE.1
A pliM'U plilllllCll 1111(1 devel
oping as 11
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lnnlt li
fulncss anil beauty of
An elevation of :,H(K feet,
It in being laid out with
taxto and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for Hih
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.',
L-lnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
SPELLMAN'S NATS. ENGLISH NATS $3.
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NEW FAIX GOODS
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BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
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GVYN & WEST,
IKurrruoft to Walter rl.owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Loana Securely Placed at 8
Commissioners of l)ed.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
Would.'t buy Umber lands, mineral prop,
riles or Asheville Krai Katatc
Then call on u. Ilnrntla, nnil we will Klt
thee thy money', wnrth.
We can sell thee a hone lot, Irnil Ihre shek
el. to erect dwelling thereon, and In.ure
fhe aara. In any I'lrr Insurance Compsny
doing hnalneM In (hi. Mtate.
(IWe m. a call, llnratlot
J UN KM A JKNKH, .
RIAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
stooiuN 9 A to, McAfee Block,
V. nation Ave., A.hrvllle. N. O.
F. A. GRACE,
DAISY s SWANS DOWN.
TIhhc urc the brnml of our licnt I'MXIK,
thi' (Incut of the fine, tlic 1wttt of nil, and In
CHlKTlully rcLiimmeniUd to thnnc tlrfiirinK thr
whttfKl and purest limul. In fnet it In thr
rtvmii (if nil the wheat Hklmmcd ufl' into
Wt urn have other hmndN HmlKradr,nni1
call lurnlHli 11 k"m1 futility Hour hr low an
$-,.rol having Hrvutvit a lot lK-furc fiiiiiinj(
into the hanilN of HKTiilntorH,
A. D. COOPER.
Two Hremid-hnml wagon fur milr i hrnp.
w . rn 1 1 17 1
A new lot of Comforts,
lilnnkets, and other miiIh
for cooler weather linn just
been received. Plasterers'
Whitt' Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The largest lot of Clicmis3,
(towns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, eheaHr than you can
get tlx material anil make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fast Black, Wool, Me
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to f2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
rriiiiniiiigs, Buttons, Lin
ings, &c; in fact our slock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
Krfect, ho tlintyour WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can be filled at our store at
trices away below anybody
else. Don't buy any thing
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Entate Ilrokcra,
And Investment Agent.
Loan. a urcly placed at N per vent.
2. Bt ilo I'.ttun Avenue. Hecond floor.
( Formerly of Lyman a Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BualncM
lnana .ecu rely placed at a per cent.
PROF. S. lAVILLE,
CLASSES FOR DANCING.
AiMcmhlv room At) Put ton A Venn, (.rnnd
ftrra IIoiiimp. Monday, ft t. m. Chlldirn
HNiuniN'R, n'eiiwM. rnvnte rriiiMinn any
hour. Walti HuamnUYd. Uulch method.
WM. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U I. N.,
I. located In A.hevlll and wlH practice
tiraiiKhtlns of any description a.pednlty.
P. o, Una U fa.
(Jo to Cni-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
low priceH. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to ho found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will bo filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registerer
prescript ionists ready to
serve you at a ll hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. C ARMICII AFX
No. so South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 A 9 PATTON AVU
Strarr's Fruit Preservative
for keeping fresh fruits, to
matoes, corn, &.C, without
the use of sealed or air-tight
cans. Fruit juice, cider, &v.,
can bo perfectly preserved by
using this powder. The only
care requirtHl im to select good
sound fruit," not too riK,
then follow directions.. This
powder is very cheap, and
the canning very little
troublt! erfectly harmless.
Faeh package reserves 20
pounds of fruit or .'10 pint
of fruit juice. 25 cents er
package, 5 packages for one
dollar. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists. DO YOU KNOW
A Rood thing when you rc II ? Uno call at
POWELL J SNIDERS
And eiamlne their line aaaortmrnt of I'rrnih
Cracker., con.l.lltin In part of
fancy Tea Cade.,
Noiln Mlaciill., Ac,
Theac are almiluiely flr.h and nlie
IIiiihU. We nlo dealt lo call your atten
tion to our well aelrctei! .tnck of I'ANCV
OHOCKHIIIr), of which we make a .nrctaliy.
Wear onVrlna lllll ItANOAINSIn Hlaple a.
well a. fancy Orocerle., a larae proMtrtlia
of which w are enn.tanllv rent Winn dim t
from Hi manufacturer, Thla In.urra you
perfectly freah and wholtaom rihhI. al
price, that weaaarantec to be a. low a. Ihcy
caa be bouahl la any market,
POWKLL A HNIIIIIN,
Cor. Pattoa Amw aad Mala atreet,
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
HOW TO GET DIRECT TRADE WITH
A NUTABI.K CONVENTION
Atlanta, hcpt, 1 1 . A cnnvciition i
ik'linntcH from the HiiutlimiHtiiU'Htiii'oii
aider the ciicHtioii ol direct trmlc linin
southern K)rt to liuroie mil yesterday
Dele'ntca were prciteiit from North Car-
nlinn, South Carolina, l-'oriila, Tennessee
Alalinma and (ii-oria. Govs, l-nwle, of
North Carolinn; Fleming, of I'loriila
and Cordon, ul (koryia, li.nded their re
s)cctive delexations. lite conveiUion
wim called at the sucbtion nt the ('!'
Km state alliance.
The convention oruanized with Col. W
J. Northern, democratic nominee lor gov
ernor ol ttcoiKm, aa prcsiilent. ux
presidents wetcehoM-n ns follows:
North Curolina, liov. I'owle; I'loriila,
(ieortic 1'IeiniuKi South Carolina, M. I..
Donaldson; Alalinma, C. M. Shelly; Ten
nessce. T. P. Tillman.
At the afternoon session the committee
on plnnol action nuideits rcxirt tlir.mli
is cimirmau, nov, i-owic. I lie report
favored the adoption of the resolu
tions introduced hy lion. Giunwar
llartndKe, ol Savanmih, Cm., which
recite that the South Atlantic und
Gull Hrts have not received iiditpiatea
propriations for rivers und liarlMirs, and
urcc uihiii the senators and rcorcscntn
lives from the south the "neciHsitv of se
curinj; such approiirialions us arc ncccs-
say lor thesiecdy iiniroveineut ol the
1 he tollowini! resolutions were also re
(Hirteil liy theeoniiuittec:
Ki-solvctl, That thiscominitteerecrim
mend to the convention the creation ol a
coriMirntiou to promote direct trade at
some Hmt on the Niutli Atlantic coast
and another to promote direct trade lit
some iiult port. I.111I1 comiiauv to Ik
eupitaliml nt Jl.ooo.ouo with miwit to
increase 10 io.oihi.ihhi. me committee
recomtnetided to the convention tin
adoption ol the lollowiiiij:
"Kcsoivcu, Hint tliiscouveiitionrccoin
mend the selection liv the alliance ot each
southern state of a delegation of twelve
members, and lv cailioriNiiiiixilcomnici
cial luidy ol each city in the south ol oih
dclrKiitc Irom each ill said bodies to meet
in Atlanta the second Wednesday ol Jan
uary, IKUI, to iicrlrcl details lor the 01-
Knmxution ol two companies to promoii
the ilireel trade anil to crlci- a plan lot
solicit lllH subscriptions lo the stink ol
This report was udonted as a wlmh.
A subsequent resolution provided thai
III urunucrs and state auricullural so
cicties 1st represented and that each ji'iv
eruor of a Southern Stale lie a mcinUi
of this next ronveutioii.
A committee cousistini! of overnoi
I'owle, ol North Carolina, and others
was npiHiinled to investiu.ile tin- suliieel
ol olitmiiiiiK cliarlers of the corHiralious
named in the resolutions alsive.
Alter the discussion of minor deluils
the convention adjourned.
An Ordrr of HumIiicmm lK-clrlrel
Waniiikutun, Sept. It A eauciis ol
republican senators was held this morii-
M, at which Senator Ivtlmunds presided.
to nrruiiKC an order of liusiiiess lor the
rest of the session, AImiiiI ii doen meas
ure were considered to Ik? of siillieient
iniMirtuniT to warrant tluni luiu placed
on tli pniKram. They iiiiliiilc the iiuli
lottcry hill, the bankruptcy bill, lulls lor
tlw relief ol the supreme court, ami lot
ne rslublislimenl ol private laml courts,
he compound lard bill and ihe lalsir lulls.
recently passed hy the house.
I lie hrst tliiim to lie eoiiMilcivil is the
conference rcxrt on the land Ki.int lor-
Icitnre lull now pending lieliire tliesenatc.
1 Here wussome talk ul an inhoui mm nt.
nit iiotlunK dcliuite was ucnvil to
rcsiKCliiiK the date. Itwiislhc general
pinion that until the lurill bill is lit) ill
lisiNised i.f n day for iidjouriimeut cull-
not Ik lined.
TILLMAN NO Ml NAT Ids.
The Honia Carolina Ticket Near
Cm.ru iiia, 8. C, Sept. It. l-'ollov. iiiK
is the ticket nominated this miMiiiny nt
an early hour: pnr governor, H. K. Till
mini, of Ivdncficlds; liciitcniint governor.
H. II. I'.nry, of Alilsrville: seereturv ol
slate, T. Iv. Tendnll, ol Chiniulon; tieus-
iircr, . T. C. Hates, ol raui;i liuri; ; at
torney general, V.J. I'oix-, ol Newlnrry.
I nr nomitnitions lor two more nitices.
nicriiitendcnt of rdiiculion und comp
troller Kcneral. nr yet to Is- maile.
No further IsrmwiiNlrHllon t
Koi TliAMi'ToN, Sept. 1 1. The strikers
arc more ipiiclloilny and no riotous dem
onstrations hnve Isren mndr.
The police nulhoritie have issued an
order lorliiddinu. thr lormiiiK of proces
sions, and thr lenders of the strikers
hnve promised to see that it is olieyeil.
l lie mini slramer l.n I lain will sail to-
lav, a Irrsh crew Inivinit Intii cnunurtl
to lake the phursol the old hands who
went out with the strikers.
A rollllval Mraw,
Nkwpiiiit, Scpl. II. The count of the
ballot cast in yesterday's election was
completed thismorniiiK. Thomas Ciums
Hull, republican, is elcitid mayor by
I oh muiorily. Thr rrtiiiblicnns also
rlret five out of Ihe six aldermen; ten nut
of thr fifteen eouiicilmen nnil Hire out
of four school committeemen. There is
no election for one councilman.
Part of a l'll fnder Water.
lit.MlKA, S. V, Sept. tl.-Nenrly three
Inehrs of rain hits fallen here in twenty
four hours and Hie wnler, increased liy
the streams nhove, hits raised the Che
muiiR river to the daiiKcr line. Thr
ower part of thr city is under water.
Alleged Train Wreckers).
t'TU'A, S. V Sept. Il.-Two Pinker-
ton detectives this morning arrested
Cain and Knell, who were wanted for the
wrrcklnit of A train near Alhnnv. and left
for Albany nt 11.110 with their prisoners.
Victory Hhh Made lllni More t'xar
Like Than Ivvcr.
Wasiiivi-.ton, Sept. It. In the house
to day as Speaker Reed entered thcelmni-
Isir nt n few moments twlore noon, he re
ceived a round of applause from the re
publicans and from the spirt Mors in the
(,'nlleries, hut no oilier demonstration
After prayer, Mr. O'Pcrrill, of Virginia,
made the point thai no oiiorum was
present. The SK-ukcr, without even
tnkiiiK a note of the poinl, stated that
the ijiitstion was on the onleriiiK of I lie
previous cpiestion on app living the jour
nal of Tuesday's proceedings anil i i
reeled the clerk to call the roll.
(hi the orderiii)' of ihe previous ipics
tion the vote stood, yeas M7, aavs I t
no otiorutn and, on' motion of Kir. Me
Kinley, amid dcniocratie applause, the
house, at I'JM'i. uiljourued.
ATTENTION, "pEMOl'KATS !
iiKMOiHATit' piiintKv i-:i.i-:c-
TION FltM HI'MOMIIi:,
Full and Complete luHlruetloiiH In
KcKiird lo HuldlHK It The Num
ber of ItelcitaleH I'rooi Iviieh I
To the democratic voters of the several
townships of lluiicomlic county :
I'tirsiiiint to a call heretofore made li
I lie iiemiH'ratie voters ol the various
townships ol lliincomhc county to hold
primurv ileetious on the L'Tth day ol
this month for the purpose of givimj tin
democratic voters of the county an op
portunity to express their choice of can
didates for the house of representatives
and srv.'ral count v olliivs, it is thoiiuht
necessary to );ive some sK-cilic inst rui
nous, as lo the manner of holiiiiu- such
primary elect ions, as IoIIowh:
l-irst. The dcmiHTats of the several
townships are earuestlv rcoucsted to
meet ul the usual voting place of the
township not later than In o'clock
n the morning ol Saturday, the l!7lh ot
this month. The democratic executive
committee will select two good demo
crats to act as judges of, and
t conduct, the election. In tin
absence of the executive committee or
ii failure to ael on their part so, soon on
the morning ol the said election as six
lemoerats shall ariive thev shall proceed
it once to elect the two judges herein
noviilctl lor, whose duly it shall Ik- to
irovide a box or other means lor votnm.
After the box or other means shall have
K-en provided, each and every democrat
r other voter pledging IiiiiikcII to sup-
tori the nominees ol the democratic
parly, shall Ik allowed to east one vote
r a caiiiluliite lor each ol the eouulv
dices and one vole each for two candi-
lales for Ihe legislatiiie. The votes mav
k either written or printed on one oicci-
lialKTor seiiarateiv as the Milium mav
Iclerniine Is'lorc the voting In-guis.
Second. The jhiIIs should Is- kept 0kii
Irom It) o'clock a. in. till ." o'clock p. in.,
ir later il the judges think it advisable
r necessary, lo give evcrv voter in the
township w ho desires to do so an op
IMirluuity lo vole.
I mnl. lule the clivtion ot candidates
for the various oilier is Is-iug procicded
with each voter shall also lie allowed to
vote tor delegates to the county conven
tion who shall Ik in number one delegate
lor every tweutv-live democratic voles
and tractions ol luteal or over easl for
ovrrnor I'owle m the last preceding
lection. 1 he several townsluiiBiind nre-
initK will then-lore Ik-entitled to select
he following number of delegates re-
A.hevlllr Kii.l Ward t:t
West Wiirii .
Haw i'rrek ..
avrrv . trn-l .
nir lew .
-'n-itclt llronil .
In I L'rrrk.
Mi-ein Crrrk ,
Snmly Mu-h .
Piter Ihtmliiy It
Toliil I 'jo
till. It shall Ik thedutvofthedclegates
so elected, to attend the county eotiven
lion which will assemble in the court
house in Asheville al 1 1 o clock a. in. on
Saturday the ith day ol OcIoIht. IMM
when and where thev shall cast the votc
tf the township sending them, according
i lue resiui oi me prunarv cii-ctiou giv
ing to vaeli cauilulate Ins proHirlionate
part ol the vole ol the township as east
tor him in said primary elections. II any
cnuilulate shall lull to receive a maioritv
ol the votes in said county convention
cast in accordance with voles east in the
primaries, then it shall Ik' the duty of the
delegates in said county convention to
proceed to select a candidate lor such
ollicc wherein such failure occurred.
Filth. I'ihiii the closing of the polls
said judges will proceed at once, in the
presence ol such voters as may choose to
lie present, lo count the voles east, both
lor candidates and delegates, anil certify
the same in duplicate, and send one copy
to the undersigned chairman ol the
county executive committee, and deliver
ing the others ton delegate elect to Ik'
presented by him lo the said county con
vention. Ilv order of the executive committee.
C. M. Mi l.ni i.,
Cli. I K in. lis. Com. IIiiiiciiiuIk Co.
FROM ,i)KTII C.IA'f'..V.I.
Guilford comity has $'J,."iMl in the
Halcigh will lie one hundred years
old in IMP J, and looks it.
Thernilrond olliciuls nt work at the
Vadkin river bridge poured several bar
rels of oil over the wreckage and set il
on lire. Thirty-six ears loaded with cot
ton, com, dry goods, shingles, etc., were
piled u von t he engine and tender,
An enthusiastic meeting of the citi
sens of Koekv Mount, Kowan count v,
was held recently in the interest of the
tobacco market, livery man in the
meeting pledged themselves lonseeverv
elhirt to further the interest of the to
hacen business there,
The Wnkc county farmers' nllimicc
held a meeting at Kalcigh and a resolu
tion was adopted hv which inemlieri of
the alliance plcdgctl themselves not to
use new jute hugging this year, but to
use any material, suitable for the pur
pose, as n substitute.
THE TARIFF BILL 1'ASSES.
VANCK CLONKS) Till: OPPOSI
The Vote Ih 40 lo u, ttlrlctly on
1'iirlv LIucN-The Hennte IiiHlHlh
on iih AniviidmenlH to the Ho.ise
Wasiiiniiton, Sept. It. In closing
the debute on the tariff bill yesterday
Senator Vance said he knew that his ne
tion was helpless. It had already been
decided thai the bill was to pass. One
objection Senator Vance had to the bill
was that il was sectional it made sugar
free and sugar was a sounthern product
Il made machinery for making beet su
gar in the northwest free and maintain
ed the duly oil cane sugar machinery for
use in l.oiiihana. Kite was n southern
product and the duty on rice was re
dined, binning twine for western fields
was Irec, but on cotton ties was trailed
This hill had one redeeming feature and
thai was its sclhshucss, to open the eves
01 me conscientious ikoiiIc. 1 he man
who threw a stone tit his dog and hit his
molher-iii-law instead, said that he was
very sorry he hud missed the dou. but
thaiikcil tuiil that the stone was not
wasted. I Laughter. I
The prcsidiiigollicer lugnlls, announced
the close ol the three hours to which the
democrats were entitled.
.Mr. Viiiicc: "Weller, when supervising
.-wiuiuei, writing ins nrst love letter
sum: 'Mummy, my son, am t that a
rather sudden pulliu' up?' Laughter
I will observe the admonition of the
Mr. lone, of Nevada, delivered
learned address in commendation of the
The vote was then taken and the bill
passed HI to '.".I,
Mr. Aldrich moved that (he senate in
sist on its amendment to the house bill.
Agreed to, and Messrs. Aldrich. Sherman
Allison, lliscock, Mauderson. Vance and
Carlisle were npHiiiitcd conferees on the
part 01 the senate.
In the senate to-dav on motion of Sen
ator I'lunib the eoiiterenec report on the
raiiroaii lanu lorieiturc lull was taken
li!:. IIAHHt'MIIA'H U1CATH.
A New VerslDii of the Manner of
City of MiiMCo, via Ualvkston, Sept.
1 1 . According to orders received here of
the shooting of General Itarruiulia on
board the American steamship Acapulco
nt Si. Jose de tiautcmala, Captain Pitts,
if the Acapulco has mude a declaration
which the liuatenialiaii authorities claim
completely justilies their nction. Mr.
M inner, the American minister, the au
thorities say, wus consulted as an act ol
The dispatch almvc mentioned further
says that when Captain Dorilleo and
Captain Pitts read to llarrtindin the or
der lor his delivery to the Giiatcmiihun
authorities IWirrtiudia asked permission
to ciiauge ins clot lies, which was granted.
Turning aiv.iy llarrundia suddenly
grasiH'd two revolvers and lirctl on Ho-
rillco, Pitts and und a policeman, who
in return fired on llarrundia, killing him.
Captain I 'it l had taken the nreciiiition
of ordiriug passenger lo withdraw;
otherwise some of them would proba
bly have Wen hurl by the bullets from
C.knii Kaimiis, Mich., Sept. It. The
IciiKH-ratie stale convention here nomi
nated li. II, YYinan. of Hamburg, for 1:0 v
eruor bv acclamation. i. J. Campatie.
ol I Kt nut. was elected chairman ol the
democratic state central committee.
Quay's Record Too Much for Home
The Lincoln indeiKndenl retiublican
eommittix', of I'hiladelphia, bolls Utiay's
noiuiuce lor governor. Mr. I Klamater.
and savsofuuav himself:
The ulatlorni of the rcnubliean party
in Pciinsvlviiuia iinlorsis, without ipiali
licalion or reserve, the junior senator of
this stale, Matthew S. Ijuay, a man
whose very name has catered the politi
cal vocabulary us n term of political
domination and corruption; a mini
whose way to political eminence has
been won by no distinguished service to
the nation or the state, neither by the
conception nor the execution of 11 single
great or iK'iietieent public measure, but
solely by chicanery ami political corrup
tion, bv the creation ot nil immenscnrinv
wrv ilc lollowcrs through liriltesol pub
lic nlhcc and bv the skillful distribution
ol public patronage. This man has 10
siii'icssliillv increased his own power that
he is to-day among Ihe most influential,
il he is not indeed the most itilliiential, ot
republicans, ami in his own state his per
sonal will bus virtually usurKil the will
of the is'ople. lie is nt least popularly
understood In have controlled I lie last
republican state convention and to have
iuiHiscd upon il a candidate of his own
selection, hut lo crown his own dis
honor and the shame of the common
wealth he stands lor months silent under
public, rcH'ulcd and Sieeilie accusations
ol the greatest ollieial misconduct, of
having taken from the treasury of the
stale large sumsof money withtheknow
ledge of its ollieial guardian."
This has already Iki ii signed by a large
nuinlKT of I'hiladelphia republicans.
I. M ERES TIM! I'ERSt KS.
Scnatom Cahi.isi.k, of Kentucky, litis
Attained the age of lifty-livc years.
Com;mi:sman Mason, of Chicago, is
necompnuied by his wile on his stumping
tour through .Maine.
Tint Panisii king's crown is worth
$i:i,-,nno, the oueen' crown $17,rno,
ntid the sword ol stale $15,00(1,
IIismahi'K's wife is an rxpert with the
needle mid is famous ns n cook. She is
also remarkable lor her simple piety and
for her charities.
M won Makt, of Iloston, receives from
a street railway company in that city 5,
mid free tickets weekly for charitable pur
sises. Sih William VkhnonHahi'iii'mt, whose
sharp tongue makes him unpopular, once
figured in a curious incident. Pour men
agreed each to invite to a clubdinner the
most disagreeable man of hi netpinin
tnncc, and all fonr invited Sir William.
Limn Tknnyson is said to hnve re
cited "The Charge of the Light Drigndc"
and the "Ode of the I lenth of the Duke of
Wellington" into a iihonogrnph. so that
the vibrant melodies of his voice may be
heard "iu summers thut we hull not
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADII MARK RBGISTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Curen livery Variety ot Headache
AND NOTHING Kl.Hlt.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, nt effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIbadacuk, The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all ipiurtcrs, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who hnve once tried it, will never
Por its curative powers it does not de
pend uHn the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young und 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 advantage of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of bead
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most populur and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIRECTIONS FOR C8B.
The doie for an adult u two tea.poonfut.
in a wine fla ol' water. Dose for children
in proportion, according to aice. Id cither
case the doae can be repeated every thirty
minue. until a cure i. curctcd. One Iok will
alway. drive away an attack of Headache,
if luken when Hrst feeling the premonitory
symptom.; but if the attack is well on, and
uttering I. intcne, the Kcond or third dose
may be required. V.ually a greater number
of doae. i. required to effect the Drat cure
than I. needed for any succeeding time there
after, .howing that the medicine is accumu
lative in iu effects, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
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Opposite Bank af A.beellle.
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Sheet iiiN a t prime cost.
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to our large stock of Em-
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Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go at
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin.
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and Kibbona
at unusually low prices.
Ladiea will save money by
attending this special sale.