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VOLUME VI. NO. 137
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
-.il. r trAmXX: MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS,
LIN VI LLE.
A place plu iiihhI and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region notod for health'
fiilneMs and beauty of
An Novation of 3,800 foot,
It is being laid out with
tOHte and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress,' LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Liirvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
I'ull tH'k Ladle..
JyUesrs' and Children's
Wrap. In the latest styles.
Also full and complete
Line of Underwear.
30Soiitb Main 8trcet.-30
aa a. main ST., ashbvillk,
-is th ruci roi
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketches,
Waits l. Owm w. w. ware,
GVYIJ & WEST,
feeeeeore to Walter B.Owya)
if ' REFER TO BANK OP MHEVIUL
Liau Mttrcl Placed at
Notary Pablk. - Commissioner, ol Deeds.
orriCB esjHMMss Court !,
UST TO THE HURRYING FEET
(If the Hundreds who are coming to Asheville
to spend the Pall and Winter.
All thoas who have honsea to rent should
sail oa aa at oaes, as we have many anpllea.
tloas for both furnlahed -an 1 nafurnlahed
houses, wale we are present unable to
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCI IROKERt.
Imm io, McAie Block
M Pattern A.. Aahrrllle. tt. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So ?
W. T. Crawford aava that II 0. Bwart
told lilin that he heard Jim Gudgcr .ay that
Bob Vance told him that Kope Bllai heard
that there waa no doubt 'hat W. W Rolllna
aid that Tom John.ton thought that Bob
I'nrman had told Sitting Bull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney that
wa generally believed that Dan Reynold.
had .aid In plain term, that he heard Jack
Worlcy .ay that hi. frlcud John h. Sullivan
had .aid that Bill Dearer Informed him
the congressional convention in thin city that
It was a well known fnet that the House-
keeper.' Union had canght (Jen. CNnRmnn In
snyins; that In hi. opinion it wa. a mntter of
fact and of great public Interest that J,
Markey intimated to Jcaa Lowry that Bill
Nye had .uld while attending the county con
ventiun la.t (Saturday that anyone caught
reading thl. ahull repair at once to the .tore
of A. D. COiiPKK, North Court Mqunre, and
ln.icct hi. mammoth .lock of all kind, of
I'.roccrtca, Proviaiona, tc where arrange-
mcnt. have leen made to furni.h you all
kind, of Staple and Pnncy Kroccrlca of the
Beat Uualtty at the Lowest 1'ricea.
The best place in Asheville
or working people to trade
is the "liiff Kacket." We
promise low prices and good
goods, and where our guar
antee goes with an article if
it doesn't turn out like we
nay it will we refund themon-
ey. In our experience we have
found that well-to-do people
and rich folks always look
further aiid try harder to
sa ve a nickel than working
people and poor folks, so if
we give the latter bargains
and the full worth of their
money we cannot help selling
bargains to others. Among
lavealargo stock, maybe
found ut the very lowest
prices: All kinds of Shoos,
hand made for men, school
shoes for children, fine and
common shoes for ladies,
blankets and comforts, hand
bags, grips and trunks, all
kinds of slioes, wall pockets,
mirrors and frames, lamps,
wicks, chimneys and burners,
chamber setts and tinware,
hats and caps, 25c. up, dress
goods and underwear, all
kinds of shoes, shoulder
capes and jackets, flannels
and Jersey cloth, skirts and
skirting goods, dress trim
mings and linings, brooms,
buckets and tubs, all kinds
of shoes, fast blnck stockings
in cotton, wool, silk and
bulb, overcoats, rubbers and
gloves, men's clothing in
suits, pante, pants, pants,
ALL KINDS OF SHOES-in
act everything to use or
wear at lowest prices.
Buy nothing until you reach
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Kstate Brokers.
And Ittwcatiticnt Agent.
Loans ..urely placed at percent.
u t H Patton Avenue. Becom noor.
(Formerly of Lrmaa Child,,
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BualneM
Loans secarsljr placed at per cent.
None but the Ilesttlt
mtcfiivfin bvbhv hay.
QUALITY AND FRESHNESI GUARANTEED.
OVSTRK PARUOR We serve In all styles
at popular prices.
BARKER & FULLAM,
octlldlw SO t. MAIN TRBHT.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fim
Drugs and Chemicals, and ut
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked wit)
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to he 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 be charged a
low price. Three registered
pre8cnptionist8 ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & GO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ONE PRICE STORE.
A few items in fine qualities
to which we invite special at
Men's, Hoys' and Children's
Ladies', Misws' and Chil
All wool Dress Goods, Silks
Men's and Hoys' Derby and
Soft Hats and Caps.
9 PATTON AVE.
Is our motto, and we know the people ap
preciate It, for thejr have proven It hv their
literal natronaa. We think that we are
better preiiamt now than ever before to atve
oar customers the benefit of low prices In
' Our larss experience and Increasing busi
ness Justify ve In maklnf thla atalement. It
ia needleaa for ns to enumerate the different
articles we carry. We sell the
And can always guarantee tbess to giveeall.
faction both la
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Oar facilities Air delivering goons promptly
WHOLBiALB AND RBTAIL 0ROCBRB,
Cor. Pattoa A Tea as aad Mala treat.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
BELKNAP, GRANT'S SECRE
TARYOF WAR, DEAD.
MIB DRATH CAl'HRn BY
STROKE OP APOPI.KXV.
Washington, Oct. 13. Kx-Sccrctnrv
of War W. W. Helknap was found dead
this mornimi. in a room ndioininrr hie
it is believed that fieri. Ilelknnp'sdcnlh
occurred between -4 o'clock Saturduv
night and 0 o'clock Sunday morning
When the servant eirl who keens the
n in order rapped this morning at
r of lohn W. Cnmcrnn. Hi lLn,
business associate, and iflflflirvrl
General Uelknnp was out of the city, any
inif that she had several times linm Km...
duy morning tried his doors but found
tnem locked, Mr. Cuincrun, startled nt
what tliecirl had said. immediutelvtriil
.i i . . ,j .
me uimrs iiimsi.ii, nut nicy were locked
A lanitor was then aummnneri nnrl
bringing a step ladder looked through
uic inuiium iivtr tne door ol the ;.mi
crnl's room. His botly was then seen lv
ing partly uncovered on the bed. His
leit arm was bent rigidly to his head anil
ma icu nnna was tigntlv clutched as
tnoueli death had come while he wns in
A physician wns summoned and he ex
pressed the ooinion that death hnH tv.
suited Irom a stroke of annoulexv. An
autopsy will be held Inter.
Mr. Helknap, who has been at New
port and other eastern seaside rranrtu
during the Bummer months, but in New
York city dunnir the Inst few weeks.
was summoned by telegraph and also
the general s son Much. Irom his home in
hor some years past General Helknap
ikis mxh . an uiniosL constant autf.'n.r
JaHllce Miller wan not Dead To
flay at Moon.
Washiniiton, Oct. 13,-lustice Miller is
There was little cIihiiltc in Justice Mil
ler condition yesterday. He was in a
catamosc condition, with no indiculimis
of rallying and the bcntini; of his heart
indicating the only sign of life to his
The October term of the I'nited States
Supreme Court began this morning. A
rcw preliminary motions were received.
No opinions were handed down and it
will probably be two weeks Ijcforc the
court announces any decisions.
But ProfiabiyirnfaXAMe oi f-ainc
I.isiion, Oct. 13. ConflictniK reports
have been recciverl here regarding the
siturtion of nfluirs nt the mouth of the
Zcrmbesi river. One report alleges that
one ol tite British stern wheel uun boats
attempted to pass up the river, to pre
vent wlnclt tne roriugucse gun imiui
hnve been anchored across the mouth ol
the river with instructions to resist the
passage of British vessels, ami that sue
ran down and sunk one of the Portuguese
wnrahins. Another report savs the llnt-
ish gunboats have not yet started from
ANYWAY, MK'H DKAB.
Perhaps) Rube Burrows Was) No!
ahol After All.
BiKMiNi'-HAH, Oct. 13. The correspon
dent of the Age-Herald, for whose integ
rity the paper vouclirs, says narrows
was mobbed and his dead body mutil
ated. An inspection revealed not the
slightest trace of a bullet hole, but on the
mntmrv hia neck was broken and there
were pcrccpiioic inicew m u mi.- .u...np
on the skin. His skull was badly frac
tured in several places anil Ins whole
body covered with bruises. His hnirund
hennl were matted with mud. ns though
be hnd been drngged on the ground lor u
A NICW caiii.i-:.
The F.xtenslon or lite vcnirai
American Line lo Peru.
LoNIKiM, Oct. 13. The steamer Silver-
town, belonging to the India rubber tele-
grulip compnny, of London, and having
on nonrn i ou mues oi eiiinc mr mc -iir
(ml and South American telegrnph com
nonv. of New York, nnssed down on tin
1 1th inst., en route for Valparaiso. This
cable is to lie laid between Cbcrrillos, Pe
ru, and Valparaiso, v. inn, toiiemiig ni
litiiiue as the extension of the American
line via onweston.
Daltun, Ga., Oct. 13.-The Farmers
Alliance of Whitfield County, met in Dal
ton and passed a resolution instructing
Hon. P. B. Tramincll, representative
l.t nf Whitfield, to vote ngninst Oov.
John B. Gordon for the United States
FoukIiI In Three) Warn
Mount Pi.basant, la., Oct. 11. Copt,
Peter Foster, the oldest memlcr of the
r.rn.id Annvnl the Kepublicin the I'nited
c.n... AiA km Inst nielit. He wus IMI
yenrsofftgc and fought in the war of
181 4, Mexican wnr uuu vivii wnr.
Tito Caar' ilrolhercraa.
Lonimin. Oct. a3. At the close of the
Russian military mnnuvres in voinynn,
Grand Duke Nieholns, who hndchiefcom'
m.n(l of the nrmv. suddenly became in
anne from the (fleet ol a disease from
which he has long suffered.
Looking for O'Brien and nillon
QtiKitNSTowN, Oct. 13.-I)ctectives hnyc
K.n ..nnriinr Oucenstown harbor in
boats all day in search of Dillon and
rvitrien. The authorities evidently be
lieve that Dillon and O'Brien have not
Por the) Poor,
Richmond, Va., Oct. 13. Last evening
the Comte de Paria sent 100 bill to
Bishop Vandcvcr, of 8t. Peter'g Cathe
dral, for the poor of Kichmond.
iMniANAPOt.ls. Oct. 18. The president
pent Sunday here and left this morning
aiX RVRNKD TO DEATH,
A I'Utal Fire la a London shop
Loniion, Oct. 13. A four storv build
ing on Middle treet occupied by Rowly
& Ilrock was destroyed by fire this after
noon. Six persons were burned to death
and thirteen seriously in lured.
There were thirty nersons in the bnilil
ing. Two minutes after the fire was din.
covered the whole building wus a muss
oi names, i lie spread ol the hre was so
rnpm mat tne work people lound every
avenue of escape except the windows cut
uii. . r i ve women employed Dy the firm
were Kineu ov jumping irom tlic windows,
DR. VV. L MILLIARD DEAD.
HIH DKATH UCC'I KI.I MATCH..
one or Anlievllle's) Most Fronil.
ueut IMiyalcltu.H-A Man Wlione
l.ona Will lie Ureatly Felt Tlie
Funeral Takes) Place This) Alter-
Dr. W. I.. Milliard is dead. His death
leeiiml Saturday evening at 7 o'clock.
at his home, on south Main street. I)r
imiiaru nail Dccii sick lor about two
weeks. He was first attacked with u
cold and a week ago yesterday morning
was stricken by partial paralysis. He
liccnme unconscious, and tip to the time
of his death did not recognize any one.
He wns unable to sienk, nor could he
swallow anything. He sullcrcd no ap
parent pain and death came quietly and
peacefully, with Ins entire family about
Dr. Milliard was one nf the best known
men ol Aslievillc. lie was almost 07
years old, having liccn horn November 8,
1H23. lie wus a native of Hull ,,,! v
About the year 181 llr. Milliard came
to Asheville and located. He had nrevi.
ously studied medicine and continued the
study with llr. Thus. Cluster, who was
then a prominent physician in Asheville
am! who died about 1S5. The winter
i lulil I I j I I . ii:m: . I
. inTU lot IT. IllllllirU KUCI1L 111 I
ww oi-k unending a course ol tnciliea I
ectures. Coming back lo this place lit I
begun the practice ol his prolt ssiou. He
remained here until lnr.o ami that venrl
cut to rinlailcliilua and allciukd the I
i niiaiici una .ieincai colleiic. In 18jl
lie graduated from iliia institution and
turned to Asheville where he resumed
practice. About 1S5 he wns married
Miss Margaret Love, a daughter ol
k. K. l ove, ol llavwood countv.
When the civil war broke out llr. 1 1 if-
ard entered the service as a suncon.
Ir wns in active service lor a while and
Itcrwaids was stationed nt hospitals
nth at Knoxville. Tciin.. and at this
luce. Jim alter the war closed he ns-
H'intrq binisi'li lor live 'T'V'f viil.iir
llr. (Iilliarif at one time held a position
is one f Gov. Iillis' counsel. In 1H73 or
herealHiiits, he was elected mayor ol
Asheville, which position he held lor one
car. Since the war he has liven in asiic-
He and has paid strict attention to ins
Dr. Milliard has nlwaytbcen considered
ns one ol Aslievillc's most skilled physi
cians. He loved his profession mid de
voted nil the Kiwcrs ol mind nnd Imdy
to the relief ol the sick nnd suffering, nnd
seeking that pleasure which best suited
his generous disHsilioii in following in
the footsteps ol Him "who went about
lis nriilcssion wns clio en when his
manhood begun, nnd his life wnsdevoled
i it with untiring love nun uevouon,
Inch induced him, amid the fatigues ol
liin.ennd lalHirious practice, to keep
breust of the latest discoveries nnd im-
irovements in medical science. t'i
liiin it can lie truthliilly lie said, his skill
wns as promptly piaccu at mc comiuauu
the poorest man in tins county, as
hen summoned to the bedside of a
cnlthy patient. Probably no man has
erdone a larger proHinion oi iuisu-
l,,t..K, i.riituiLuus oractice than he.
llUC Clllirueierie.i ... pn wi'n .."
idid opinions. Dr. Milliard had u heart
uentleiicssniifl full ol sympnlliy Willi
the sick und nlllictcd, and ninny, very
.niiiiv liiiiiseholil iii lltinconilM.' county
to-day grieve ns though one of their own
ivcu ones nail nccii hikch uwur.
llr wii ii man of strong friendship anil
ns a friend to bedepended upon. At the
same time he did not eusily lorgetun in
urv. , ,
vvl.nn Asheville was n small place hi
wns family physician to a niimlcr of the
lw knnvvn la'iiilies here and the maior-
ity ol these to whom he hnd rendered his
skilllul nnd tender services lor many ycurs
clung to lain when tlic place grew to oe a
I'll v mill WOUIll nave no uuc vm. vi.
ii.iii,.r,r .i.nih takes irom asiicviiic
liir. n whose hiss will IK decpiv leu ami
whose place it will lie hard to fill.
. -..I . 1. l.n rli..nll
1 lie llllicrui !'' nt.M.
street Methodist cliurcii tins nuernooii
nt 3D. The iiiUriiient was at Riverside
HIvAVV MAIN HTWKN.
A Ureal Itcal of immune Hone In
and Near WfteelliiK.
WiiUHUMi. W. Vu Oct. 13,-Aiiolher
tremendous rainstorm, for which n heel
!.. ia mini llv neimiriiiu a national repu
..:,,.. siruek this city at f o'clock Inst
evening, doing a large amount oi nam
In the vnlley of CnMwell's Runs, where
a doxen lives were lost in 1HHH, six or
r.in.ilirs were Hooded out nnd three
.. ...l.M 1 C
hru urs cnmeii nwny, wunc m i
entile were drowned and much property
In the valley ol Wheeling trees mc
storm was terruic, ami mc -iu.rc up
the vullcv siillercd greatly. I wo uruiges j
on the Pittsburg division of the Haiti-
more At Ohio road, are gone ana no
train running. The mnin line nt the
Baltimore Kt Ohio i nlso blnrWrd, nnd
the Chicago express stuck on the Nrllnirc
bridge over the Ohio. Other ronds sul-
Thrre is considerable h" thromjlioiit
thecitv. nnd the liighthWnrd is without
illnniinnting gas, nnturni gns or wnicr,
through the leaking oi tne street mnnis.
A Hotel Fire.
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 13,-Hy a fire which
broke out in the Putnam Rurnienn hotel,
at Adnms nnd La Snllc streets, early yes
terday mnrnlng, four live were lost and
score of persons had narrow escape.
The name of those killed were! Mr.
Minnie Robinson j Tom Howler, barber;
H. K. 8nms, formerly a Pinkerton at
tache; lidwnrd Peyton, the colored por
ter. The total lost i about $03,000.
WE COME AT HIM AGAIN
OMK AFFIDAVITS FOR J.
I is) sworn lo That Mr. Hhook
Maid He Aided Mr. Kwart In Pre-
paring That Force BUI Speech
and Had lo Work to Uet Him to
From a atari" eorrcapondent.
ricKON Rivkr, HavwoodCoi ntyI
October 10, 1800.
Mr. J. Wiley Shook, who recently as
sumed control of the Western Farmer
and Mechanic as editor, took occasion in
the first issue of that paper under his
management, to comment upon my report
of the discussion between Crawford and
Ewart nt Uurnsville, in a way that is
calculated to cause people unfamiliar
with the facts to believe that Mr. Craw
ford had no authority deserving the pub-
the public, for the
statement that he (Shook) had
had said that he had aided in preparing
i-.wart s speech ugamst the Lodge elec
tion bill, and that Kwart never would
have delivered the Biecch if he (Shook)
Had not urged him to do so
In order that the public may know just
what authority Mr. Crawford has for
this statement, I furnish herewith some
of thfuulhority, which I think sufficient
to convince any one that Mr. Shook did
iiuikc tne statement attributed to him.
Miook has denied absolutely, in a tele.
gram to Mr. bwart from Washington
under date of September 23d. thnr. hr
made any such statement.
Hclow the certificate of Mr. H. P.
Hnvncs, the father-in-law of Shook. 1
w ill lust sa- hat Mr. Havne. i h.
orlV-' n1 highly esteemed gentleman as
" unywooa county:
MR. IIAYNKS' CKKTIPICATB.
ti.viK. Haywood Coi'ntv, N. C.
Scntemlier 22. 1 HUO I
I certify that I. Wilev Shook, when he
was at home in August last, told mc
lion. it. i,, bwart did not want to de
liver a speech against the force bill, be
cause he leared it would iniuro him in hi.
. . . .... . . -i . . . z""
tllVlrlCL. DHL 111 I Slinnll I .rtltl l.n ...I.I U ...
art it was the vrrv i i n., tho.
help him, and he ( Shook) helped him to
get it up, and that liwart wanted to
buck out, but that he (Shook) urced him
to make it. mill thnr nitrr it u.n ..,.(.
bwart sa id he fean-i I hr hnH min-H hi.,,.
sell. Hut ultcr the papers came out he
wns pleased with the result. Ewnri
told Shook he had kept him right one
time. Shook told others in Clvde the
same thing. H. P. Haynkk.
v itness : H. N. Wm.i.s, M. D.
AMI IIKKU'S ANOTIIKR O.NG.
The following certificate from Walter
K. Moore, an attorney at Webster, N. C,
not only corroborates Mr. Iluyncs, but
tcr, nnd therefore shows that the state
ment made hv Shook in the presence ol
Mr. Hnvncs wns nlisolutelv correct.
MX. UIHIKK'S CKKTII'ICATK.
Wkiistkk. N. C. Sept. 22, 1890.
This is to certify that li. W. Candler,
who was at the time rooming with J.
Wiley Shook nnd H. C. Shook, at Wash-
ngton, told me that said hlioolc helped
Kwart nreonre his speech, and that liw
art did not wnnt to muke a speech upon
the Lodge bill then pending in congress.
11 ALTKK n. IUIHIKE.
Shook claimed in the Furmer and Me-
liiinic not onlv that he had made no
such statement as Mr. Ilnynes attnbu-
ird tn him. but insinuated that Mr.
Hnvncs statement was unworthy ol uc-
licf'lx-cause he had not sworn to it. Since
Mr. Shook seemed to want affidavits.
he following was voluntnnly mnde and
handed to Mr. Crawford. Mr. Osliorne
is n resident of Clyde, Mr. Shook 's home,
and is n man in whom every one nns con
liilcnce. and whose veracity is above sus
UK. OSIIOKNK S APflPAVIT.
. A. (i. OslHirnc. of the county of Hay
iv.wwl. mill state of North Cnrolinn. do
li..rtliv eertitv that I. Wiley Shook, of the
same county and slate, did tell mc, in the
presence ol others, tnnt lie, j. . shook,
did s)H'nd several nights in preparing the
speech of II. G. liwart in congress against
the election law. and also that it was
with umit dillicultv that they got Uw
art to deliver the sieech after it wns piT-
i.,.r.d. Annuel. . aiiooa. niso saiu
that when lvwnrt came out ol the
house and met bun, he said: "ahoos
vou have ruined mc in my district, ana
Wilev said : "Put thcblnmc on mc, 1 urn
able to iK'ar it.
SigllCll A. ti. tlSHOHNK.
Sworn to and subscrilied licl'ore me this
Ik't.ilu-i H. lM'.lll. J. It. Hull,
Clerk ol tlic siiicnor court oi
IsRAl.. Transylvania county.
locs Mr. Shook wish more affidavits?
j. P. K.
A i' FAINS OF COXSI-UHiXCE.
Frank Slnvin nnd Joe McAuliffe, the
pugilists, have been committed for trial
in Loudon for engaging in a common
Mr. Gladstone ny the new United
ciinirstiirill act isinhis eve a deplora
ble error, attended with severe and cruel
consequences to innocent person.
lvinicror William i quoted ns declaring
that lie will embark in no new adven
tures, but will leave Germany to his on
a he received it, and would pare the
Rcichlnud the horror of another wnr.
The Italian committee on the Chicago
World s Fair exhibits hns been dissolved.
the rcaion given is that few Italian
houses enre to send displays to America
in the face of the high duties Imposed by
the Mckinley tnrill.
It ia thnuuht now that President Har
rison will not make his promised visit to
Kicllinonil during tne coining crnunv;ipu
Special effort are being made this year
to send government employes in Wash
ington to their various stale to vote at
the coming election.
Tammany Hall hns nominated Mayor
Grant lor re-election.
The Chicnuoand Northwestern railway
hns grsnted the demands of it engineer
and firemen for an increase ol wages
Monalirnor Lafleche. bishop of Three
Rivers. Canada, hns made a new order
Irwinir a tai of 17. BO per thousand bun
dle on hay. in default of which the sac
raments will dc acnicu.
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For its curative powers it does not de
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Since it does not contain an atom of
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reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
us 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.
DIKBd.ONS FOR USB
The dose for an adult Is two U-aauoonfule
in a wine glass of water. Dose lor children
la proportion, according to age. In either
case the duse can be repeated every thirty
suffering Is inteusc. the second or third duse
may be required. Usually a greater number
of doses is required to effect the tirst cure
than is needed lur any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine ia accumu
lative in its cilecta, trading towurd an event
ual permanent cure
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