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Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three llnea.
One Time, ilO ccnU. Three Timet, SO cent.
8I1 Times, 78 cent.
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE
SC. PI'.M hitniki-;i.
VOLUME VI. NO. 112.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A pliU'o planned and devel
oping us a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region uot'd fop hciilth
I'nlncMK mill beauty of
An elevation of :,H(10 feet,
It in being laid out with
tasto and skill,, with well
graded roads and extensive.
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
prolitahlc investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
I.lnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
a BON MARCHE, 1
g 30 South Mala Ht.
I NEW FALL GOODS
JJ B. MAIN HT., AHHI1VII.I.H,
I TMK FLACK POK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View Hnd SkctclieH.
itir ID il
WLT llOWTK, W. W. WlWt.
GVYN & WEST,
(Huccmuora to Walter B.uwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Hecurely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commlaalnnrra nfliceda.
OrFICK-MoialhcnMl Court Mqaare.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, who arc coming-in Aahcvlllc
to aiienil the fall and Winter.
All IhuM who have hnn.es to rent should
call no u. nt once, a. we have ninny applica
tion! Air Imth furnlahed anil unfiirnlahed
huuaca, which wi' arc nt present unable to
JHNKH Jk JHNKM,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooium o A 10, McAfee Block,
Patton Ave., Aahevlllr. H. V.
P. A. GRACE,
DAISY I SWANS DOWN.
Three are the branil. of ourlieiit FLOUR,
the Until of the fine, the lieat of nil, and I.
eaiwclntly recommended to thiiK desiring the
whiteat and purest bread. In fact it la the
cream of all the wheat skimmed .IT into
We uro have other brands and gradra, nnd
inn fiirnlah a it I family Hour na low na
'J.nn, hnvlng accured a lot licforc pnaainK
into the hunila of aimuliitora.
A. D. COOPER.
Two Hvcuml-hund wiikoiih for wilo clump.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts,
Blankets, and other goods
for cooler weather has just
been received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The largest lot of Cheiiiis.',
(iowiis and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, cheaMr than you can
get the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
jiikI Faxt Illack, Wool, Me
rino, Cotton. Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from lOcts. to 2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, Iluttous, Lin
ings, &c; in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Hoys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
Mrfect, so that. your WANTS
from t he cellar to the garret
can he filled at our store nt
prices away below anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET'
Real Kstate Brokers,
And Iiiventiiienl Agent.
l.unn. ac urely placed at M ier cent.
114 Ac ail Patton Avenue Mccond flour,
Pormerly of Lyman & Child I,
Ofllce No. I Legal Block.
Htrictly a Brokerage BuiIucm
Loan, aecurely placed at II per cent.
PROF. S. SAVILLE,
CLASSES FOR DANCING.
Aaaeniliiv rnnma nil Patton Avenue, ornnd
Ikth House! Mondays, H p. m. Children
Hmiirilii a, A o'clock. Privnte lessons any
hour. Wain guaranteed, Uick method.
WM. R. KIN..,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U I. N.,
la located In Aahcville and will practice
Draughting of any deacrlptlon a apeclalty.
I. o. Una 'JJH.
Go to Carmichoel's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you willAut all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. HiH prescription
department iH 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 preserip
tion will bo filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
nrescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
V. C. CARMICHAKL
No. a South Main Street.
Asheville, N. C.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVI!.
Scnrr's Fruit I'rowirvative
for keeping fresh fruits, to
matoes, corn, &c, without
the use of sealed or air-tight
cans. Fruit juice, cider, Ac.,
ran bo jwrfectly preserved by
using this powder. The only
core required is to select good
sound fruit, not too ripe,
then follow directions. This
powder is very cheap, and
the canning very little
trouble perfectly harmless.
Kach package preserves UO
pounds of fruit or ilO pints
of fruit juice. 2." cents per
package, 5 packages for one
dollar. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists. DO YOU KNOW
A K""1 thlnfc when you my it? If no i-till nt
POWELL i SNIDER'S
And einmine their Ane aaaortment of Prrnch
Crnckera. connlatliiK In part of
I'nncy Ten Cnkca,
. Lunch lliaculla,
Hndii lliaculla, Mc.
Theae arc altanlutcly frcah and nice
(lonria, We nlao deaire to call your ntten
tion to our welt aelccted atuck of KANCV
(1HOCKKIHH, of which we make a aicclall.v.
We are offcrlnn 111(1 PAHOAINa in Htnple na
well na I'ancy (Irocerlra, a lnre proportion
of which we are conatantlv rem wing direct
from the manufacturer, Thla Inaiirea ynu
perfectly frcah and whuleaome Kooda nt
prlcta that we guarantee to tie nalow a. they
can be houxht In any market.
POWHLL ft RNIIiliR,
Cor. Patton Avenue and Main Btrect.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
TKRRIBI.P. FLOIH IN Ni;w
RAILWAYS BLOCKADED AND THE
TRACK CARRIED AWAY.
Watbktown, N. Y., Sept. 13. Tin-
rain which hua fallen in turrcnta nliiioat
continually for live (1iiyhinnt Iiiik awiillcn
every stream in this acctiun to Hirin)
freahct height mid to-day the eflirts arc
seriously felt, liemiliouU liy an almost
complete tyiiiK up of the Konic, Water
town and Oplcniluiri,' railway and its
lirnni lua. utiil .!io 1nitriKti'in of mills
and farm prnierty.
A bit; washout occurred on the Koine,
Wntertown and l(jdt'iisliiir lielwccn
Mansulle and i'icrreKnt, in this cminty,
last nival, the tlnoil carrvmu nwnv the
truck lor aliout thirty feet and making a
dcen channel across the line.
A new in in lii iilgc which hud just liecn
completed lit CYntrcvillc, one mile west nl
Kichmiul on the Rome lirnnch, was also
carried away during the niht.
This morniiiL' one of the stone aliiil
ments was washed away und the other
will go now.
Near Ileer river, west ot Cnrtliajje 'on
the Uticn ami Hlaek river division, there
is another washout, hot this will he re
paired within a few hours.
At present direct niilwnvnnd niaileom
nuinicntioii from northern New York is
At Copcnlmu.cn, IewisCnmplicll'sshops
were tipped over liy the Hood.
THK HliiAK HtHlvl.t I.K.
Hc-iiate Turin III 1 1 AiiieiidiuviilH.
Wasiiinuton, Sept. l.'l. The ways anil
means committee this niomine Uau
liirmalcoiisiderntion of the senate amenil
iiKiils to the tarill' hill mid made excellent
proKrcss. Ily iiiuui, when adjoin iiuicnl
was had, all of the (lilt il.lv schedules hud
liecn acted 11)11111, lenviiiK the free list yel
to lie coiisiilered. In the ease of each
amendment noii-eoiieiirreiiee was rceum
mended where a reduction ol the existing
duties was pioposed. Imnociatic men -Iters
moved eoiieuranee. hut ollierwie
tlicv contented themselves with a simiih
ncKntive vote on each proposition.
The Louisiana deleuatiou, Kcprcscuta-
lives Kiee, Cnlemaii, Illnuehiird, lloatnei
mid Wilkinson, were admitted lo tin
room when the simar schedule was iiudi i
consideration and united in a strong oh
jection to the date l March 1st next i
when it is proposed that the ehniiues
made in thai schedule should take cflccl.
They represented that the effect of adhe
rence to that date wmlil lie ruinous to
the iilnnters who would then have iusl
iriirnered their crops ami who would lie
eoniiiellcd to sell them in a market
drought down in price liy live suiiar.
I liev nroiMised an exlensuui oi mm
too July 1, or, failing in thai, asked thai
the new rates take elicit immediately
upon approval of the hill. The commit
tee took this npH.'iil under advisement
and meanwhile agreed to recommend
non-concurrence in the senate amend
ments to the sugar schedule.
There is little Uoulit that consideration
ot the hill in committee will lie concluded
Monday and then some arrangements
will lie promised to bring it More the
rkkii ! hi ::.
It'H Rule and Nolhluu i:Imc with
W'ASllixr.ToN, Sept. 1 :i. In the house
to-dny the approval of the journal ol
Tuesday's proceedings, was the first
nuestioii presented and the clerk pro
ceeded to call the roll on this question.
I he louriial was approved, yeas Un,
nays none, the clerk noting a ipmruin.
I'.verv one present and not imircil, voted
in the allirnmtivc. The clerk then pro
ceeded to the rending of the journal nl
Wednesday s proceedings, which Mr.
O'Fcrrell, of Virginia, demanded should
lie rend in lull.
Sneaker Heed suggested that this would
tend oul v to consume time which had
been assigned to .Mr. Ilcck'gculogics. Mr.
(Terrell retorted that he was aware ol
what he was doing ; he was responsible
to hiseonslitueiitsanilniit tothcsiciikcr.
The Sicakerstiggesled that iliegciillcinaii
was responsible to the country. Mr.
OT'crreil expressed his readiness to take
all the responsibility thai attached to
li i in.
Mexicans) ruder Water.
St. I.oi is, Sept. 13. In'spatchcs from
Texas sav that the Kio (iranile river at
Ivaglc I'ass is higher than it has liecn for
ten years. All the lower part ot the city,
which is densely mpulnlcil liv .Mexicans
is six feet under water and much iiroicr
to was swept nwny, but no lives lost.
The llnltlinore'H Quick Run.
Stockholm, Sept. 13. The I'liited
States nniii-of-war llaltimore, with the
body of Capt. Uricssnn on board, arrived
here last evening. She mnde the run
from New York to tiothensbiirg within
seventeen (lavs, which is the fastest time
on record for a maii-of war.
OI T OS THE FARM.
There is it report from the country
that a new and voracious bug is playing
havoc with the rice. Mr. Hiram Hum
says it stays in the ground nt night and
comes up ill the morning and cuts off the
heads, His crop of thirty acres has been
almost ruined. tioldsboro liispateh.
A gentleman of long experience in the
care and treatment of bees informs us
that if one of his swarms hupiiciis to
lose its ipieen he catches a wasp and puts
it in the hive. The U'cs seem lo recog
nue it as n "boss" and at once go to
work. Madiron Leader.
The farmers' alliance of Union county
will have an alliance picnic in Monroe,
Octolier 3. The object of the picnic is
that the farmers may nil meet and have
it day of recreation and rejoicing over the
I'rnncis M. Miller wauls to gin al
Waco (Cleveland county) cotton for the
2nth part, to insurc all cotton free while
at his gin mid furnish new bagging und
tics for seventy-five cents per bale.
The Tarborn Hnnner says that most,
if not all, the cotton coming to that mar
ket is covered with jute bagging,
TO IIK RKVIVKU,
A Meeltnic oft He v. N. It. C. to be
Held Tneadav Nliclit.
Mr. H. B. Curter, president of the
Young Men's Democratic Club, will issue
a call for a meeting of that club to he
held Tuesday night. The call will ap
iKMtr Monday. The club was one of the
strongest in the state during the cam
paign of l.'ISH anil iniiehgood is cxiicclcd
from it this year.
FOUR iNcilKS OF SNOW
THK MIIHI'I'RV CiOKH IM'.I.OW
TlilH MeeiilH t'nllkely, hut Ho
Suta the Hlutial Her vice Hi WiihIi
luiclon llniiiHKea lo I'ropa-To.
bacvo Men Warned.
Ss. I'.M'l., Sept. 13. Snow has fallen in
North Dakota, Montana, Northwestern
Minnesota and Manitoba from a quarter
of an inch to several inches.
An inch fell at St. Vincent, Minn.; two
inches nl Dakota, N. I'.; four inches at
Arileek, N. Il ; four or live inches at Hal
lock, Minn.; and the ground was gener
ally spread with a wintry while iiiantlr
In siiinc nuarlers cold rainsqiiieklv tlis
posed ol the snow, and the snow and
rnin combiiied have done soinelillleilam-
agc to wheal that is slill in the shuck
Snowcapped shocks are reported around
lliillock and warren, .Minn., as wen as at
other places. While the snow has Ih-cii
limited the wave extended over both Da
koto and Minnesota and is working its
way into Iowa. Most ol the crops are
too far advanced to be much damaged.
Akiiock, N. D.. Sept. 13. Snow lies
lour inches on the ground Here. Iliresii
iug is delayed al least a week.
asmini'.ton. Sent. 13 SihviiiI weath
er bulletin from the signal othec liirnishes
Signal service rcimrts of veslerilav and
this morning show the advance from the
northwest over Dakota, Nova Scotia.
Iowa, Kansas, nor I hi rn Texas, Missouri
.ind northern Illinois, of a severe cold
wave which has produced unprecedented
low teinKral lire and unusually earlv
Hosts throughout these sections. Fol
lowing are some id the miiiuiiiiiu teiiiKT-
itures Ik'Iow Invxiug :
Wichita, Ka 3 Ik'Iow
Daveuporl, la 1 "
Keokuk, la 3 "
Chicago, III "
Siiriiiglield, M 3 "
Killing Irosls were reported this morn
ng from central aiiilaorthwcstciu Iowa.
limn two ,vivks to three days earlier
than ever bclorc. Light Irosls were re
Mirted Irom other pintionsot Iowa, Ne-
irnsKii nun iroill .muiihtii .iiissonri.
The frost warnings - re scut vesterday
lo Niirihweslein Iowa and Dakota and
his morning were issued Irom IheCraa
Hrrv and liibacco districts ol Wisconsin
.oul the tobacco ibslriels of Missouri,
Western Kentucky and Northwestern
Windom I'iiIIh a Mcellnu of New
Ckkssox Si'kinos, I'ii., Sipl. 13. The
president devoted ucarlv two hours ol
vesterdav allernoou to telegraphic cor
rcsiiondcncc with Secretary Wiinlom, nt
w illiainstow n. .Mass., as to I lie iicst
means of relieving the pnmnt stringency
in the inonrv market.
One ol the results of the conference was
an order lor the prepayment of interest
aggregating J.", (Mill, don mi currency
sixes and for an advance of the purchase
rate for 4 kt cent bonds to 1 'J't.
,M:V okk, Sept. 3. Secretary m-
dom arrived at the suli treasiirv to-day
and notices were nt oni-c mill out to
twenty bankers lo attend the conference
mid exchange views on the financial aim-
W.siii.i',ton, Seiit. 13. In the senate
to-day as soon as the jom nal of yesler-
lav was rend Senator Ijunv otlered the
usual resolutions ol sorrow and eotido-
It-nee in regard lo the death of Samuel J.
Kamlall and proceeded to address the
The Wyoming lClecllon
Clll-.VKNXK, Sept. 13. Tke republicans
now claim the slate by L'.iniU majorily.
The democrats concede it liy 1,'JiHt. The
republicans carry the Icgislnture and
will have n working majorily in both
Nnw Vohk. Sent. 13. Total visible
supply of cotton for the world. 1.1 1 1, -dill
bales, of which ."iMi, pill , is. American,
against H,ri(l,!lH7 nnd ,riilii,lM7 ressvlivc
ly; last year 713,73(5; rweipts at all in
terior points, 130,!lii7.
Lester I'urgiisun, nge L'l veers, of Sha
nun township, died recently of typhoid
lever, alter an illness of seventeen days.
A telegram received in this office by Mr.
W. K. I'hillijis conveys the intelligence of
the death of his uncle, Me. II. 1'. Masscy,
of Princeton. (ioldsboro Dispatth.
News was received in Cliarlotic Sun
day, of the sudden death of Kcv. lidward
Johnson, son ol Kcv. Dr. Johnson, of Kid
dle Institute, which occurred Saturday
evening in I'iltsburg, Pennsylvania, of
typhoid lever. Mr. Johnson was to be
married this week, and he nnd his in
tended bride hnd made every arrange
ment for sailing as missionaries to India
on the Isl ol OcIoIkt.
cm kcii axicu:k;:
The outlook fort he Prcs'iytcrian church
at l.aliraiige, N. C, is ipiiieeiicouraging.
building will soon commence.
There have liecn twentv-ninc conver
sions so lar in the Centenary M. K.
church revival meeting, Winston. Kcv.
Mr. Norman is conducting it without aid
and is doing a great work.
During the I'ifc meeting at Newton,
there were film conversions. Four of
these were distillers, who immediately
closed tip their business. The ieople of
Newton showed their appreciation of
Mr. Fife's services by presenting him
with a cheek for $(13,ri,
At a recent protruded meeting held in
this county such interest wits mnmfesled
that at one time every iersoii in a large
congregation, with the exception of four,
were on their knees, and one of the four
afterwards went to the pastor and ex
plained his failure to assume that atti
tude by saying that he had a large boil
on each of his knees, and that it was im
possible for him to kneel. Wndcsboro
MAKES THE BLOOD BOIL
APPARKNT CIIWAKIIICK OF
1'. H. OI'FICIAI.el.
HOW GENERAL BARRUNDIA WAS
INI.I-I.TH TO OIK Ul'NItOATH
II V UI'ATIvMAI.ANH.
Ni:w Yokk, Sept. 13, The Pacific mail
steamer Colon, which reaches this port
to-day, brought front the isthmus sonic
of the piissengers who were on board the
stunner Aeapulco at the time of the kill
ing of t'len. Ilarriindin by the Guatemalan
iiiliccrs while the Aeapulco lay in the har
bor at San Jose. The Associated Press is
indebted to an eye wituessof the tragedy
for the following narrative:
The steamer Aeapulco left San Fran
cisco August 13, and on her arrival at
Aeapulco, Mexico, lieu. Ilarrundia, ex-
minister ol war of Cuaiemala, came on
board from the Starbuek, a sister ship.
When the ship arrived nt Champerico.
iliiatcinala, the authorities demanded
that the general lie surrendered to them
Capt. Pitts K'remptorily refused to accede
to this demand.
August l7lh thestcamernrrivedatSan
osc. No sooner hail the Aeapulco cast
anchor than two boat-loads of soldiers
were sent oil' from shore to keep close
watch that no one without proier cre
dentials should leave the vessel for the
shore. Within n pistol shot of where the
Aeapulco lay were two United States
gunboats. Capt. Pills made a s.'rsonal
apK'iil to them for help. The rcsHinse
was that the men-of-war could do noth
ing without nn order from the Krl cu-
Next (lav the ship was again invaded
by the coimiinudniitc with a boat load
ol soldiers. This time the Guatemalan
ithccrscniuc luruished with an "order ot
arresf'signed by American Minister Mix
tier. The commniidaiitc made a formal
demand for the dcli'crv of Ilarrundia
Then the entire lorcc ot C.ualenialan offi
cers proceeded lo llarruiidia's room, Cap
tain ruts going wan tiiem.
As soon as the room was reached C apt.
Pills, alter deprecating the necessity ol
surrendering his passenger lo the author
ities, iH-gaii lo read the order lor the gen
eral's arrest. Ilarrundia reached into his
room for his revolvers, and, making the
remark, "Very good," tired. The ball
just missed c'apl. Pitts, who, together
with I lie comiiinudnnlc, ran, leaving I lie
mau-hiiiitiug to the Sx.vial officers.
ilarrundia was a short-sighted man
and was unable to do any damage,
though lie chased them in and out ol the
saloon, firing wildly. Al Inst the ollieers
lropK(l hull Irom dillerenl poults, mi
lled with shut, on tin; hurricane deck
The brave couiniandaulc thereupon came
from his hiding place, walked up to the
dead man and tired into his skull.
The dead body was rolled up in a piece
of canvass and bundled down the gang
way unit conveved ashore. I he Until
eoiiveving tl,c H.'rK'trators of the deed.
their revolvers ociicd displaced in men
hands, made a detour round bv the Uni
ted Stales warships on their way to the
shore. As they lelt Ihcsliipsomcsiiiiliuglv
waved their hands and one placed Ins
thumb lo hit nose and extended theollier
lingers in a familiar way.
Still the incident was not over, (nialc-
malans had to wie their lect a little
more on the sintering ship and she was
not allowed lo proceed until the baggage
iK'longing to llarrtiiiiiia Had laen search
ed, presumably forevidcucc incriminating
others. This was submitted to, the gun
bonis still silent and sleepy, not loo
vitrdsawav. Indeed nt the tune ol the
tragedy an ollicer from one ol I hem was
a I ma ni the Aeapulco,
m twins or a si:ji i:ch.
Miss Acidic Smith, ol Toronto, gave an
exhibition of dancing Islore ijuecn Vic
The potato crop in county Limerick,
Ireland, is lotaliv destroyed by the
The legislative assembly of New South
Wales favors a federation of Australian
The Southampton strikers ha vedecided
to return lo wot k, and as a result com
plete quiet prevails in that city.
The revolt in Heme has collapsed. Il
Ins Ih-cii agreed that the nuestioii of the
revision ol the constitution he submitted
Two deaths from grippe are reported
A salute of fifteen guns has luen tixrd
upon tor the assistant secretary of the
Representative Kennedy has decided to
publish his secih attacking Senator
A new apportionment bill has liecn in
troduced in the house providing lor a
total memliership ol .'lo t.
James 0. Miller and D, II. Willard have
liecn appointed slorekccH'iaaud gangers,
lillh district ol North Carolina.
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Irom Fort Assiuiboiiie, Moot.
The mechanical ililfieulties in the appli
cation ol '.he new ballot law are attract
ing attention in New York. One of the
greatest undertakings will k the print
ing, performing and uuiuliering ot the
eight million ollieial ballots, which must
In' done in ten days.
John Dawson, n fonrteeii-venr-old son
ot Alderman Dawson, ol Cohoes, N, V.,
was attacked on Wednesday night with
spasms of the heart, indiiccil bv eating u
large ipiautity of grapes. He ilied lief ore
medical aid arrived. The boy's heart had
liecn weakened bv cigarette smoking.
An Indian living near Juarex, Mexico,
on leaving home put his girl nnd bov,
aged four and live venrs. in n Inruc box
ami nailed down the lid to prevent their
eating fruit in the orchard during his ab-
scitcc. tin las return Sunday evening
found both sulVocatcd. He wasarreatcd.
To finish Tnlmngc's new tnliernacle.
Russell Sage has advanced JflJo.OlM) on
n six kt cent, mortgage on the property
and $2fi,0(0 insurance policy on the pas
tor's life, made nnviihlc to Mr. Sage, and
by bonds guaranteeing the tmvmciit of
i lie loan signcii uy trustees oi mc laoer-nucle.
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ABSOLUIELT SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Curex livery Variety of Headache
AMI NOTHING Kl.tiK.
ANTIMIGRAINE , taTM ",r il7,f
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief und cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIiiAuiciiK. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all ipiarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing winch almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curulive powers it docs not de
pend UMn the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINB,
Since it docs not contain an atom ol
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und cun be taken by
young and old without fenr or serious
results. It is not u Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
uo 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 resiect to en use leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities mnke it
the most popular und saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
IMKIiCTlONS FUR I'SU.
The doae for an udult 1. two Icaapoonfule
in a wine iilaaa of water. Doae for chililrrn
in proHirtion. accordinjr to aige. la cither
cuae the doae can lie repeated every thirty
iiunuea until a cure la eltectcd. One doae will
ulwaya drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when lirat frrlinii the premonitory
symptoms; hut if the utluek ia well on. and
.uricrinjc is intcnae, the second or third doae
may lie required. I'aually a iircatcr number
f do, ia required to effect the first cure
thun ia needed lor any succeeding time there
lifter, ahowinK that the medicine ia accumu
lative in ita edicts, tending towurd an event
uu! pcrmunent cuee.
Fur ealc nt
C. KANT'S PHARMACY.
46 & 48 H. MAIN STREET,
Opposite Hank of Aahevillc.
Dry (ioods, Fancy Goods,
and Notions, Lace Curtains,
Table Linens, Towels, Nap
kins, Counterpanes, White
(ioods, and Lnibroiderics at
prime cost. All Domestic
(ioods, including Pride of tho
West, Wamsutta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-1 Cottons and 10-1
Sheetings at prime cost.
We call special attention
to our large stock of Km
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go at
prime cost. Ladies' Musliu
Underwear at cost, Kid
(iloves, Hosiery andllibbons
at unusually low prices.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sole.