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Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, :
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One Time, 28 cents. Three Timet, 60 cente.
Six Times, 78 cents.
VOLUME VI. NO. in.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and lvo
oping ns a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
fiilness ami beauty (f
An elevation of .'l.HOO feet,
lb iH being laid oul wit li
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for
prolitable invest inents. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
I.lnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
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Views and Sketches.
WAIT B. OWVM, w. w. Wkst
(Mucccasor. to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at
Com ml Mi on era of Deed,
OFPICR-Houttieaat Court acjaarc,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wouldn't buy tlmlier Innili, mineral iroi-
crtlrs or A.hrvllle Heal Kstate t
Then call on u., Horatio, and we will give
thee thy money', worth.
W. con Mil thrr house lot, Irml thee shrk
el. to erect a dwelling thrrenn, nnd tnsurr
the .nme In any I'lre In.uriinre Company
doing bualneaa In thla Mate.
Olve u. a call, Horatio I
JKNKS ft JKNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND IN8URANCE BROKERS.
Room- t ft 10, McAfee Block
3H fatton Arc., Xahevllle, N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
daisy i swans down.
Thi'Hi' art' the brumlH of our tout t'l.OUK,
the rtnt-Mt tif the line, the hent of nil, unci )
rHH'ciiill,v m'ttmrnrnrletl to thnw tlcHlring the
whltent nnil purest lutnil, In fact It in the
mini tif nil the wheat skim met I t iff Into
W'r urn have other lirnndH uutlKrailrii.iind
run lurii.Mli a jjooil family flour uh low n
$'l.rit having Heeuml a lot More ntnlnic
into the IuiikIh of tiKTiiliitorH.
A. D. COOPER.
Two Hcenmt-hnml wukoii for twit: chrap.
n rn 11 r i
1-f 1 1 U V
A new lot of Comforts.
Itlankcts, and other goods
for cooler weather has just
been ivceived. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The largest lot of Chcnus?,
(Sowns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, cheaMT than you can
get the material and make
them. Stockings, in colors
and Fast Mack, Wool, Me
mo, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to $ 2
u pair. All kinds of Drews
Trimmings, Muttons, Lin
ings, &t: in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Hoys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
licrfect, so Ihutyour WANTS
from the cellar to t he garivt
can be rilled at our store at
prices away below anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET
Real Kwlate Ilrokers,
And Iiivcatnient Agents).
l.onn. ac- urrly placed at per vent.
24 Ik 'Jil I'nttun Avenue. Hccond floor.
(formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
a hJ It
Strictly a Brokerage Bualncaa
Loan, .eeurely placed at a per cent.
PROF. S. SAVILLE,
CLASSES FOR DANCING.
a.m..iiIw ntiim. no Pnititn Avenue. (trnnd
Oiirra House I Monday., p. m. Children
Kninrihna, a o'clock. Private Irawins any
hour. Wntta guaranteed, yuica mrmoa
WM. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U. S. .,
I. located In Asheville and will practice
rnuiditjnjof any description a aprclnlty
(Jo to Cai-michael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find ii full line if pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to he found in
t he market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can lvst
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
tha t you will 1m? charged a
low price. TIiiih? registered
I (rescript ion ists ready to
serve yon at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICH AEL
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 ft 9 PATTON AVIS.
Scarr's Fruit Preservative
for keeping fresh fruits, to
matoes, corn, ., without
the use of sealed or air-tight
cans. Fruit juice,, cider, e.,
can bo perfectly preserved by
using this powder. The only
en re required is to select good
sound fruit, not too ripe,
then follow directions This
powder is very cheap, nnd
the canning very little
trouble perfectly harmless.
Fach package preserves 20
pounds of fruit or .'10 pints
of fruit juice. 2." cents jier
package, 5 packages for one
dollar. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug-
DO YOU KNOW
A K""1 ,hlnK when yua nee It f If o c.ll nt
POWELL i SNIDER S
And einmlne their Ane assortment of I'rrnch
Crackers, ion.ltlim In part of
I'nncy Tr Cakes,
These are aluxilulrly Ircsh and nice
(luuda. we nl.o desire to call your atten
tion to our well selected stink of I'ANCV
IIMOCKKlim, of which we make a sprdally
Wear. onVrlnR 111(1 UAHOAINiln Hts.lcn
well as I'nncy tlroeerles, a lanre proportion
of which wtart constantly rent win direct
from the mnniifsrturer. This In.urea yiii
perfectly (rrsh anil whulriomc Ruoila nt
price. thn,t weaosr.ntre to be as low aa they
cun be hmmht In any market.
CoT. faltua Arena, and Mala mreet
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
SENATE TARIFF BILL AGAIN IN
DKNIICRATII HA VI'. A WHIP IN
Washington, Sept. 12. In tlic linnw
to-day the clerk pruccvdcd under inslriK
tiiiiia from the 8eiiker to eiill the roll nn
the qiieatiiin of ordering the piTviotit,
ipiention on the npprovnl of the jmirnal
of liiHt TucHilny. UiiniiH the roll eull n
meHxeiiKcr wa reeeived from the oeniite
nnnoiinriiiK the pussiigc of the tnnlT hill
the iiineiidiiientn nnd b direelion ol
the HK'iiker it viiih referred to the com
mittee on wiivHiind nieiins.
1 his nioriiinu lor the him ti,ne in Sev
ern I minilhs the wnys nnd menus eom
mittcc held n BCHsion. The purpose was
to diseuss the trenlnienl of the scimtc
nniendiiients to the tariff hill and the en
tire session was so enusiinied. As the
hill itsell had not renehed the eomiiiittee
no formal conclusions could lie renehed
nnd the proceedings were entirelv con
fined to n Kcucrnl discussion. On oiu
point there seemed to lie praetiealiK
iiKrecment nnd that was that the amend
ments should lie considered bycnmimltei
instead of uccediiii!at once to the rcoucsl
of the senate lor n conference. 'I here
was n pronounced disposition on the
part ol liotli the republicans and demo
crats to hasten the netion in congress iif
much ns possible. 1 here was a strong
individual liclicf that the date fixed bv
the senate for the hill to become a law ns
Octolicr 1st, was too early to admit ol
final netion upon this bill.
It is said bv some democratic niciii
Ik'i-s that the earnestness with which
their party associates will lend them
selves to the republicans' efforts to has
ten the final disKsition of the bill is con
ditional upon 'i program which is to Ik
adopted hv the republicans in the honsi
fur the remainder ol the session ami that
if the passage of a bill threatening to in-
Icrlere with the Ohio dial nets as estali
lished by the last rcdistriitinj; shoul I Is
threatened or if an ultcmpl was mad'
to force llirouidl other pronounced parti
sun nicasiiivs a resort will lie had to all
parliameulurv means to obstruct tin
THK At'HTKAI.IAN HVHTHM.
Voter itlHrnfrHMclilHi'Cl l Miiiv
ClIUVUXNK, Wyo., Sept. 11'. The lirsl
suae elcetioii in Wyuniin(j came olT yes
terday. The utmost enthusiasm wa:
shown by both political parties. The
Australia ballot system was introduced
for the first time and with the registra
I 'ntil within ii few days it was under
stood that the law contained a clause to
the effect that when, through absence i
illness, iinyhodv failed to rcj-istrr they
would lie permitted to swear in their vote
on election day. Although n clause to
this ellcct pnsseil both houses ol I lie last
legislature, by some reason it fails to ap
K-ar in the enrolled copy of the law and
the printed copy.
This oniisssion disfranchised n very
InrRC numlier of voters. In 1SS the to
tal votecnat wm IS.oiim. larcv, rcpiin-
lienn, for delegate in congress, rm-ived
minority ol .',.".).'. At tins Imur the re
publicans claim the state by l,,'iiio, whili
the democrats clniin it bv fronisiio to
l..ri(lo. This is mi the uoveriiorsluii. I he
Itelief is thnl the republicans stand n U t
ter chance ol seeuiinK the legislative
ticket than the (governor.
Qt'AV AMI. HAMII.1.1..
Tlic Former Cares fur
Reputation of others.
Washw.ton, Sept. IX In the senate
to-day Scmitor Infills presented n ieti
tioil from eilivusnf Missouri risking
for the passage of the compound lard
At the surest ion of Senntnr l;ibnuiuls
it win n(rrreil thnt one hour Is- xiven
each day (alter the routine moiiiitiK bus
mess) to the bills on the calendar. I'n-
Senator Unity mvc notice that to-nior-row
alter tlic readinu of the journal he
would ask the senate to consider resolu
tions in resiKCl to the memory ol Samuel
The hill to ntithoritc the const run ion
of a bridge across the Mississippi
river nt Winonn, Minn., was taken limn
the calendar nnd pnssed I with a verbal
The eidcndar was then taken up.
TROOI'N ORnl'.RICII Ol T.
Merlous) t'prlHlim In n HwltxerlKiul
II....UU C..f..,i.lM.r . 1 'I Ucwiliil imiislH
liainni w ,. ,,..r . . m. -
in the ennlon of Tieino have foi med a
provisional K'vcrntnenl and convoked n
popular assembly which declared the ex
istniK Kovernmciil and Kraiitl council dis
solved nnd ordered Kcncrnl elections for
f,.- I ' .., 1.. .1.1 U lnn.
I lie wmoHnon ......
draiio, Cheasso and l.ocnruio. The bun-
(leseriHli wasealleil in extra session nun
ordered federal troops to Is.' sent to the
scene ol the disorders.
The iMiimbuv supMrt the tnsurRcnts
I . l" ..!..:! ..I ;...ll...l..l...,r,.ll
lino I lie inn pti n,H..,iu
ofliccs, thus preventinK the supporters of
thecanlonnl novernincnt from eominuui
CMtiiiK by teleumiih with ench other or
With till' nutlonill Koverniueni.
The revolutionists arrested Councillor
O'Keali, the leilernl coinmissinner, who
ret ci veil instructions tonnnul the decision
of the provisional government and vole
for a popular assembly.
Widow Hiirrlnon" Wentencerl.
HiHMiNiiiiAM, Ala., Sept. la. The
"widow Harrison," who worked the ien-
-I.... ....L.l ...ill, 11..I, ,,1.1'.M Mllllli. linn
since, pleaded guilty in the United Slates
COUrt IICIT IIIKI Wl .scmcucvu niiojv,ii
linnrisonmrnt in cuch ense. There are
h1u.I lU'lu i.i.ui. ni l, Mttllillimilf 111. tU'llll
Hin.l). !, l.m ..m .. .........
tug ngninst him nnd it Is probable he will
Is; sentenced in eaen. lie worsen mv
iH-nsion dcpartnienl for about $10,01 in
Thnt the sale commences on the Seney
street property nrnr Mcrrimon avenue,
nhout 10:15 to-morrow raorring. Take
the North Muiti trcet enr nt 10 o'clock,
or Curliitfc by way of Merrimoii uvenuc
HIvl.PM FOR H. S. TKAl'HKHH.
(ircolly Ileiieflttetl ly liooksl Not.
' ed Herewith.
Those who have made use of the books
kept in the V. M. C. A. reading room for
the benefit of Sunday school teachers ex
press themselves greatly lieuelitti'd by the
additional light thrown on the lesson.
It is to be honed that the number ol
teachers using them will increase as their
advantages become better known. I he
following is a synopsis of what inav lie
found on the lesson lor Sunday, Septem
I'AKAIII.K OK Till- PlllNUS I.IKIi '.):
1, lesson surroundings, Sunday Schooi
Times, p. o.M ; Pcloiihci's uotcs.'p. -'."C
'2. Relation of parable to Arcbcliiiis:
I'cloiilicl, p. 2r.'l-2o; Sunday School
Times, A ; lidcrsiieini, vol. I, p.
.'1. Kclation of parable to parableol the
talents; Ivilcrslicinl.jvol. II, p. Hi."i.
4-. Meaning ol "pounds nnd oc
cupy ;" I'clouU't, p. LTi l-i Sunday School
Times p. 0T1.
o. "Till lie conic," Sunday School
Times p. .ViU.
0. The doctrines of reward and punish
ment ; Sunday School '1 hues p. oof; re
wards of the faithful; I'cloiihct, p. i.'.Vi;
lidci'shcim, vol II, p. HIT.
7. The principle of progress; rdoiibet,
S. Suggestions to teachers; Pcloubct,
p. Sunday School Times, p. ,".. 't.
The Hummer lloitrclt'ra Apple
Crop oIIIIch Colleice.
I1i-:niii:ksovvii.i.i:, Sept. 1 1. Sm-cinl.
Our town is lively with movers. Kami
lies which have sojourned with us during
the summer arc going home by every
train lor the south. Hut some will wait
for frost, and some will lake up perma
Our depot is lively all the lime with
wagons and carts loaded withaiiplcsand
cabbages, each waiting its turn to lill a
Ireighl ear. 1 he apple crop turned out
iK'tterthan wasauticipated andcabbages
are line. A great many potatoes have
already Ikcu ships-d Iroin this point.
The livery stables have done an excel
lent business. There were more visitors
here, to slay nil summer, llinnevcr before.
Our republican hiiuiN' nominee for the
house of represent; ri lives, state legislat me,
is Kcv. J. W. Anderson.
Judson College will os'ii tin- session ol
1 Kin -"l on Monday Sept. I.'i. The out
look is very line.
UK, IKtWHIKII'S CAniMltiK.
The lroHIIIIU-N for a Joint lie.
Hon. W. T. Crawtord some time ago
wrote Mr. Kwurl to make uiipoiiitmculs
lor a joint canvass. He has intimated
thnt he is willing provided Mr. Crawford
dlows him to make the appointments,
ivhich Mr. t'rawlord will ol course not
Mr. Crawford scnk nt Jackson to
day and Saturday mid he will sc.-ik in
Swain Monday. Mr. Crawtord has no
tilled Mr. I'ni terson of the appointments
and proposes to divide lime with any
one he inav scud.
Mr. liwarl thinks that he will lie able
to enter the campaign by the IM'tli, iusl.
HOW AIIOl'T rm.4r
Mo Money lu the City Treasury lo
Make Hewer coiiueetlontt.
lu regard to the way the ieoplc arc
olK'viug the orders to connect with the
sewers, Sanitary lnssx'tor Weaver said:
great imiiiy K'ople hit making sewer
conueelious, and u large mnnlier are not.
The 'iiy wc intended to do was for the
city to put sewers in ut those places where
the residents refused lo do so, andehargc
it up in the taxes. That would have
answered all purposes hut we can't do it.
"Theeitv has no money in the treasury
and the plumbers haveidithevwaullodo
lor cash, anil so tlicv refuse lo put in- the
sewers nnd wai' sixty or ninety days for
the pay. As soon as the taxes lor this
year conic in we may lie nble to go a head
villi the work, but there will U' so many
other things to draw on the lux money,
that I am afraid it will be slow work. Ii
matins go right we may be nble lo have
connections completed by spring."
THK CHII.O t'HII.II,
A ToiiehliiK Heene In Court Hi
Matters were in rather u listless eoudi
lion in linldsboro's court I In-other men n
iug as they usually arc. The judge
ailed for "No. Ill" anil two forlorn chil
dren, a girl uged l.'t, mid u boy several
ycurs smaller can't tell about the age-
were brought in by the slicrilt, charged
with stealiuc eleven ears of corn. The
judge seemed astonished and looked at
the solicitor. The solicitor looked n
the judge. The lawyers looked at the
prisoner. Nobody seemed to know
just what to do, except the prisoners
who did nothing.
The solicitor said something about the
children's inoiherund ihetiirukey put his
head out ot the window and called her
three times. She didn't answer. Crohn
blv she didn't hear ns she was in I'av
el'tevillc. The girl was t lieu asked a few
ipiestion by his honor. She began
bruvelv but soon burst into tears to the
no little dismay ol the court.
The judge looked ul the solicitor and
said he didn't want to try the ease. The
solicitor looked at the judge nnd said he
didn't either. The judge thought it
would lie ii good idea lo send Ihcchililrctl
to their mother. The solicitor thought
so too, nnd olferrd togivc n (jiuirtcr to
ward buying I he tickets. I' he judge
nlaiikcd down a dollar lor the siimc
cause nnd called upon the gentleman tor
n collect ion.
Sheriff Ornut passed the hut, and got
II good miiuv pieces of silver, lie thru
look the iH'wildeicil but happy prisoners
to the depot nnd put them on the noon
The prisoners arc the Simpson children
who esciiHil from jail some time since
nnd were overtaken at Smlthlield. They
were then on their way to I'liyetteville.
tjoen to Khiihiim City.
Nasmvii.i.k., Sept. IX Rev. John J.
Tigcrl, l. I., dean of the theological fac
ulty of Vnnderliilt I'niversitv ha re
signed thnt posilion. I'r. Tigcrt has
been selected ns pastor of the Methodist
church in Kansas City, Mo., the pulpit
of which was formerly occupied bv kcv.
8. A, Steel.
AN UNDIVIDED 1-ORCE.
Tin; IIICMOCRACV OK
The IMalforiii as Adopted ly the
Convention lilvcn Herewith
Nearly lu l-nll-Tlie Complete
Ciiaiii.i:siis, S. C, Sept. IX Slinking
ol the result of the democratic state con
vention in Columbia, the News and Cou
rier says :
"Only those who are familiar with the
inside story of the recent campaign are
aware of thecoiistaiitexereise of patience
and vigilance thai were necessary to
avoid an open and permanent division ol
the party. Hut choosing to submit to
wrong rather than to risk injury to the
state, the democracy of South Carolina
presents an undivided front. There is no
appeal from the action of the democratic
convention yesterday. Capt. Tillman
is the duly accredited standard-bearer
of tin parly and he will Is: the next gov
ernor of South Carolina."
The democratic suite ticket coinplctcis:
Governor II. K. Tillman.
I.iculcnant-governor U. II. Mary.
Secretary ol stale J. Ii. Tindall,
Altoniey-gencral 11. II. l'oie.
Treasurer W. T. C. Hates.
Superintendent of education W, I.
Comptroller-general W. II. lillerlsvc.
Adjutant and iiisiieetor-gcnernl Win.
II. I., l-arlcy.
The platform is as follows:
"The democratic parly of South Caro
lina in convention assembled hereby re-al-lirms
the platform of principles of the na
tional and state democratic party, par
ticularly favoring free and unlimited coin
age of silver, increase of theeurreney.anil
rcicnl of the internal revenue system.
"We denounce the MeKinley tnril) bill
as unjust to the producers of raw mate
rial and consumers of the country, and
especially do weeondemu the unnecessary
and burdensome tax on cotton ties and
tin commodities so largely used bv the
poorer portion of our people.
Ue denounce the l.oilgc force bill ns
iiiiiiuitous, eiiiinatiug from minds whose
nefarious purpose is to establish suprcm
icy ol ignorance oyer intelhireucc ill tin
southern stales, thereby engendering race
antagonism mid sectional animosity.
"We condemn the action of SK'aker
Keed mid his followers as tyrannical and
a llagraul degradation of aposition in
tended only lor the true patriot nnd
Wc demand the abolition of national
banks nnd that legal tender treasury
mites lie issued in lieu of national bank
Holes in sullicicul volume to put the bus
iness of the country on a cash system,
and all inoiiev issutd hv the government
shall Ik- legal tender in payment of all
iciiis ooin puouc aim privaic.
"Wc demand that congress pass such
laws as shall ell'ectiially prevent the deal
ing in futures ol all agricultural produc
tions. "We demand that congress shall pro.
vide for the taxilion of incomes of indi
viduals and the surplus of corporations,
thereby eipialiiuij the burdens upon the
poorer classes. .
"Wc demand that our stale legislature
shall abolish the board of agriculture;
that the privilege tax on fertilizers nnd
ever) tiling npici mining to agriculture,
or mechanics, or itiiliislrinlcliication, in
cluding agricultural stations, lie placed
in charge ol the trustees ol the v.lcmson
"We demand that the school districts
in the various counties of the slate shall
lie, as nearly as practicable, sipil.rc nnd
ol an area sull'u ient to allow one while
man and one colored free school separate
and distinct in each district, and that the
school trastces lie circled by the iH-ople
Wc demand rigid economy in public ex
penditures, the abolition ot useless olh-
eers, a reduction ol salaricsaud lees of nil
iidiccr, state and county, to conlorin to
the increased purchasing power of money
nnd decreased ability of the K'ople to
"We demand that it constitutions!
convention Is-called to give us an or
ganic law, framed by our own ieople.
" We condemn any attempt, either by
word, deed or nil In il V alliance with tin
enemy, lo disrupt the democratic party
of litis slate. While supremacy is the
bulwark nt our civilization, mill can only
lie secured by democratic unity."
A ChiiucIii Town In Itnugcr.
Sr. Mahii:, Mich., Sept. 11'. I'ire
stin ted iu olmstead S: l.olhings store nt
Si. Marie, ( Int., just across the river from
here, at 1 1 o'clock last night mid spread
so ranidlv that the entire eitv is still in
danger of destruction. The lire depart
incut is small nnd I here lire no water
works and the lircmcn so fur to-day are
unable entirely toeoiurol the dailies.
Wanliliiit '" I'oalmMNler.
Wasiiixotun, Sept. II'. The president
has Humiliated llciny Sherwood to Is-
postmaster at asliiugton, I. C vice
Koss. appointed commissioner of the I 'is
t r iet nl Columbia. Sherwood hns for a
long time U'cn assistant postmaster.
.IV.lA'.s' ol-' COXSIio'fl-Xai.
Canon l.iddou, of St. I'liul'sCatheilral,
London, l.ng., is (lend.
The cruiser Itultimore with Uricssnn's
remains on board has arrived at (iotlien
At it huniiuct given in Hamburg, C.er
inn n v, lilt v thousand murk were sub-
scrilK'd to place a steamer on Lake Vic
loria Nyaua, Africa.
The nriiuc minister of Souin Islieves
that free trade is responsible tor the evils
of the Spanish woi kingnicn's position
therefore he recommends n policy ol pro-
tc'tion in the interests of tanners and
I'ar Kockawny, I.. I., has tried the new
ballot law suceessliilly.
Stanley has definitely arranged to Ice
lure in New nrk and llrooklu. He gel
$;!,'.'( ill for one lecture.
Thirtv-live miles of grent iceberg were
seen by the stemuslup I'evonia on her
voyage across the ocean.
lieiiernl C.nnicr, of Nortolk, says Gen
cm! M a hone has caused pai c.is iu the re
publican party ol Mrgiiua,
An eight-yenr-old child of A, 8. Ililnuds
ol Manchester. .V II., is in n serum coil
diliou with pronounced hydrophobia
symptoms, lie wa bitten by ndog lour
J. II, Magec and Michael K el Icy have
been arrested at Chicago, charged with
forging, mid disposing of ,H(i(l tickets
of admission to the picnic given nttlg
lieu' (trove, Monday, Septcmlier 1, by
the trade and labor assembly ol Chicago,
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tion of la-ing the finest, most effective
did reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, II liAUACMB. The
immense favor which bus greeted it from
all ipiarters, proves its true merits and
iceeplability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have unit tried it, will never
For its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINU,
Since it does not contain nn atom ol
ithcr ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can lie taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, docs not
lisurrangc the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The jieculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist iu its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head-
iche without resect to cause leuving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
IIIKHCTIONH FOR I'SB.
The dose for an adult 1. two tca.poonful.
a wiue Klasa of water, tfuic furchildrca
n proportion, accunliiiK to ase. In either
case the doae cun Is? repeated crcry thirty
mimics until a cure i. tflcctcd. One done will
nlway. drive away ao attack of Headache,
taken when lirat feeling the premonitory
yniptonie) liut If the attack la well on, snC
illcring ia inlriiar, (he second or I -tint doae
may lie required. lBUHlly a greater aumbcr
if dose, ia miuired to effect the first cure
ihnn ia needed lor any aucccrdinK time there
after, showing that the medicine ia accaniu-
lutlve in its cttccta, lending towurd an event
ual permAnrnt cure.
For aulc ut
46 & 48 H. MAIN STBEKT,
Oiiio.ite Hank of A.hevttle.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
and Notions, Lace Curtains,
Table Linens, Towels, Nnj-
ins, Counterpanes, White
(iooils. am lOiubroidiM'icrt at
iriuie cost. All Domestic
(ioods, including Pride of the
West, Wainsutta, Fruit of
Loom, l-l Cottons and 10-1
Sheetings at prime cost.
We call special atUntion
to our large stock of Em
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go ut
prime cost. Ladies' Musliu
I'liderwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
nt unusually low priccH.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sale.