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! Asheville, Dmlv nitiv.n RegWn
VOLUME VI.NO. 140.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
JUISLULLANISVUS MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS,
A place phi lined and devel
oping mm a
Situated in tlie'
.OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulnows and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
Jt is being laid out with
tonte and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A denirable plae for fine
A good opportunity for
urofltable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lln-rille, Mitchell Co., N. C.
Pull atock l.aille.,
Mlaae.' and Children.
Wrana In the lateat atvlce.
Al lull and complete
Line of Underwear.
30 Sonth Main Street. 30
22 a. MAIN ST.. A8HUV1LLB,
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
apr in d
WAIVES B. Owm. W, W. WlW
GWYN & WEST,
(BncceMora to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Comml-alonere of Deed..
OFFICB aoattaaMt CoartBqaare,
LIST TO THE HURRYIN6 FEET I
Of th. Hundred, who are coming to A.h.vllle
to apend the Pall and Winter.
All thoat who have bouses to rent ahould
call on u. at once, a. w. hare many applica
tion, for both furnl.hed and nnfurni.hed
houses, which wt an at preaent unable to
JBNIC8 A JENK8,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooms 10, McAfee Block,
Patton At.., A.hevlllt. N. C.
F. A. GRACE)
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford invi that H O. Bwart
told lilm that he heard Jim CticlRcr any that
Bob Vance tnltl him that Kope Bliaa heard
that there waa do doulit 'hat W. W Kolllaa
aaid thit Tom John.ton thuuxht that Bob
I'armnn had told Hitting Bull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J II. Courtney that It
waa generally believed that Han Reynold,
had aaid In pin In tcrma that he henrd Jack
Worlcy aay that hi. friend John 1.. Bulllvan
had aaid that Bill Denver Informed him at
the conirreaalonnl convention In thin city that
It waa a well known fnct that tkc Houae-
keepcra' Union had cauaht Gen. Cllngman In
-ayin that In hia opinion It waa a matter of
fuct and of (real public Intereat that J. J.
Markey intimated to Jraa Lowry that Bill
Nye had anld whils attrndlnft the county con
vention In.t Hnturday that anyone caught
rrailinK thl. ahnll repair at once to the .tore
of A. D. COnPHK, North Court Square, and
in.pect hi. mammoth atuck of all klnda of
Oroeerie., Pruvlalon., Ace, where arrange-
nenta have been made to furnl.b you all
kind, of Staple and Fancy Grncrrlea of the
Beat Duality at the l.owrat Price..
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is all in, and is com
plete. This stock was bought
so that we can sell it at our
old prices. AH goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. Cth
will be from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larly Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
Fall and Winter goods in al
lines at same prices ns here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe-
ville.' We keep everything in
Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps and Glassware.
We can fit out a family with
every thing to wear, from
tiny shoe for the baby to an
from a marriage to a funeral
lou must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer,
then come to us, we can fill
out tlie bain nee or your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to our store and
learn our prices before you
buy, and it often amounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try iH'ople particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress
es, Overcoats, Pant Cloth,
and Blunkets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Ashevillu they can buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, and remember the place,
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Rafale Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan. ie. nrcly placed at 8 per cent.
M A 2t Patton Avrnu..
( Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. 1 Lear a 1 Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Bualuca
Loan, accunly placed at per cent.
None but the Best lit
RKCKIVRD BVBRV DAY.
QUALITY AND FRE1HNEII GUARANTEED.
OVATRR PARLOR Wt nerve In all itylea
at popular prim.
BARKER & FULL AM,
octlldlw SO I. MAIN STRBIIT.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresl
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His piescriptioi
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct ant
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICIIAEL
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ONE PRICE STORE.
A few items in finequnlities
to which we invite special at
tention. Men's, Hoys' and Children's
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
All wool Dress Goods, Silks
Men's and Hoys' Derby and
Soft Hats and Caps.
79 PATTON AVE.
HONEST VALUE' '
Is our motto, and we know the people ap
preciate It, for they hsvt proven It by their
liberal patronage. We think that we are
better prepared now than ever before to give
onr euatomera th. benefit of low prices In
Our lars. experience and Inereaalng bu.l
Ju.tlrjr K. In tnaklnc thla atatcment. It
la neeilleaa for ns to enumerate the different
articles we carry. We sell the
And can slwsya guarantee them to give satis.
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Onr fadlltlr. for delivering good, promptly
WIIULBSALB AND 8TAIL OROCBM,
Cor, Pattoa Avenue aad Mala Itraet.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE GOVERNOR OP I T4H ON
HE BELIEVES IT GENUINE AND
THAT POLYGAMY IS DEAD.
Nkw Vobk. rvi. ia. Tllnrf.nM.rfn.
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hllk till in nWtnfT rrnm r.iVfPnnr Trinmna
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' Utah :
The manifesto of the president of the
church has been confirmed by the confer -
ence. It comes with the force of a new
revcimion, ana whatever aouots m.iv
linvi iti.rf am in h mtmAM ni .r
of the manifesto, as first sent out. thev
. 1 m. ...
now ecvni 10 uc removca. ine Uentllcs
rejoice that the contest begun so many
years uo against polvRiimy has finally
triumphed, for they believe that never
again will nolvcamv flourish on Ameri
can sou. it lias been buried never to br
resurrected. The countrv is to lie con
grntulated on the triumph of the chris-
nun nuinc in utan.
Followlntt Hcleuce and Have No.
thins to do wltti KellBlou.
Hai.lk, Oct. in. At the session to-day
of the Socialistic Congress the discussion
ot the program was continued. Ilcrr
m. .i... .. . 1. ......
uiu. uciu luni n:iif;iun must uc a private
mutter, especially when the combat
against the Catholic Church was beinir
Herr Kucdell said: ''We follow science
and have nothing to do with religion."
men ncrr nuciiuurn aeciurea mat
any agitation which ignored tne church
would be worthless and barren of result.
Herr Mctzener suid that though be
neia very irec reuuious views, nc won 1
deprecate any chauge in the program.
nc cunucmnca me productive associa-
Their Don't I.Ike the Appearance
of ThlnKMln North Carolina.
Washington, Oct. 1. Collector Rol
lins is here. Soon after his return home
the office will probably be moved from
Statesville to Asheville. A well informed
gentleman tells me, however, that is not
the main object ol his visit here, lie savf
it is to set some much needed funds from
the Kepulilican campaign committee tn
take back to North Carolina with him tu
help the brethren along in the coining I
campaign. My informant tells me the
Republicans are scared, and have gooil
reason to be very uneasy about the out
look for their party in North Carolina.
THEV ARK IN PARIS).
O'Brien aud Dillon Arrived There
Paris, Oct. 16. Wm. O'Brien and John
Dillon, who succeeded in evading the Irish
police Inst week with the intention ol
proceeding to America to lav the course
01 Ireland before tne people 01 that conn'
try. and who arrived at Cheslmurg yes
terday, reached the city this morning.
Prog-re km! ve Kucnre I Bad.
Kansas. City, Oct. 16. When the cir
cuit court convened in criminal session
esterdi.v nt lxinirtiin. Mo.. ludirr
ohn F. Kylnnd, in muking his charge to
the grand jury.
ordered them to investi-
gate esiiecially reports that games ol
cards for money known as progressive sunk into obscurity, leaving it a dark
euchre and high five were indulged in at I encd land, where discontent stalks
Where Are Monthern F.xhlbltoraT
Atlanta, Oct. 16. One noticeable fact
concerning the 1'iedniont annual exposi
tion which opened yesterday at I'iedmont
nrk is that there are more exhibitors
Irani the north than from the south, not
lily from New York, Boston and I'rovi
Wedded to Their Idol.
Wasiiinoton, Oct. 16. The census of
fice will not accept the revised returns
made by the New York city officials, but
determined to maintain thecorrectness
of the original federal count.
NORTH CAROLINA FOLKS.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Moore, whn
went from here two months ngo ns mis
sionaries to Japan, have Inuded nt Yoko
noma and are wailing there lor pass I
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pri. (it ku mruuKii iiic i.iuiiu iu ixucni, .
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"T-'S L 'ZZ ." J"u"i .."
in good spirits. Chnrlotte I
inenioincr 01 lusticc Miner, 01 tne I
,. Tj I Cu JLr Sh!
S'li'i''A 't .$ !U
wu. iwtrn 111 irn viin,ii,,ii, iihi wmie I
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i.iiu,,. . .w mu.ni,;, i
There she married Mr. Miner, n mnker ol
hats. Mrs Miller lived to be eightvfnur
yenrs of age, and bore nineteen children.
News and Observer.
TH. am. r.ek mm.nn.1 J
the Lexinuton Dispatch writes: "We
clnim the most economical woman. She!
is n good truck raiser, but always takes I
up her onions when some inrger thnn a
hen egg. An iniiuisitive gentleman I
naked her why she did this, and she re-1
lined: "l ooara mysen oniy, ana when l
larger men i. so iiiucn waste, lor i can 1 1
cut u wuoic one ui a mess.
Cards are out lor the mnrrtnge on ()c-
tolier Si2, in Tarlwiro, N. C, of Mr. Her
bert Worth Jackson to Miss Annie Hy
mnn. dnuuhter ol ludire and Mrs. Fred.
erick Phillips. Cards are nlso out fori
thc marriage of Captain Wm. O. Mc-
l.nnghlin. ol the mpc rear nnfl Yadkin
va rv railronii service, ana miss Aeneas,
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unuunicr oi -iiiiciiiu i. j. urcen. oi ravi
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Yesterday morning Mr. Adnm Rvlcs.
an expectant briiicgrnom oi hltv sum-
mers. sot into ni. ie.i au.ioi cioines nnn i
tnki.. Mi..LiieUwis.. mnideHI.Hv
of forty summers in his buggy, drove tb
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p.m. At 3 o'clock Mr. Kyies was on
band, but the lady again objected tn
mnrying him lust then, saying "she did
not come to town to mnrrr but to get a
new dress," This was the last straw
and Mr. Kvtes indignantly ordered Miss stricken. He 'vas a second cousin of Jcf
Lcwis to get in the buggy. She told him ferson Davis, and the author of recent
be had to take her home. When last publication entitled "Mississippi and
thev were homeward bound and
their conversation was not of a very am-1
table character. oreensboro fatnot. I
Pleads Not Oulltv,
Mi'KPHY, N. C, Oct. 16 The superior
court for the county of Cherokee is Jn
session here to-duv, his honor, Judge
rhillips, presiding. This term excites es-
pecinl interest becnuse of the trial of the
English woman, Mrs. Lillian M. Gould
I f,,r the mur,er of her husband in June
'ar venire of 100 jurors wus
umcivu iiiiu me initi acioown iorto-oay.
- "irsouia appenren in court on the
nrrri rf h CI - a. ! 1
1.1 I- !-1. 1 . . J ' .. ..
miiiiuc, wun sn men nair nnn inrirtv tun
blue eyes. She is lair and her feature- and
1 . wlJe" callc" Pn in court to hold up
,,er nKnf. "a,nd nnd answer "jiuilty" or
I hukc, ner vu.ix whs
I tremulous, anil her countenance Isrtrnvrrl
tMe deeR oKitntion she was in. She plead
I nnt ,.,Uu Tlu I : :
I , " "".' Mv s1"""' imprcaaion is
tnat Bhe w'n "gq'tted.
Uarled Tolav In Arllnalon
Wasiiinoton, Oct. 16. The remains of
the late ex-secretnry of war. Wm. W.
Helknnp were todny interred in the Ar!
lington nntionnl cemetery in the
ground tendered by the war de
partment for the purpose. Tfie
religious services were conducted in
,..iT-!Li.,"rT,l . Wl,,ch
Urnumi nnmiin.n i. ,.i.,;i ,:i:,...:.
v:v. i :::.".r"
i uuu auciiii uic ui wusningion.
Tn Oood Thlntr.
Ottawa. Oct. 16. The
nadian exuort duties on hiua iu ulu.u in,,
its effects. Already there is nn enormnus
1 revival 01 shipments to the Tinted Stales.
one dealer bus applied for 400 curs,
I " snnt.
kiiuk. (kt. ih Thr irr.i.n. ni n
Washington has notified the government
nere tnnt no Italian emigrants who li.ivc
lieen sentenced in Itnlinn conns will he
allowed to land at United States poitst
Not Ton Much.
New Yokk. Oct 16. Dr. Mcr.nmirnl
charged with malpractice in the case ol
Annie tuionwm, was yesterday sentenced
to lourteen years in the State s prison,
Love and law" ltt Nlitbl.
The audience which greeted Milton
Nobles and his company ut the Granil
iern house Inst night was large nppre-
lotive. The house was filled. The ikt
lurmniice of "Lnve and Law" was excel
lent and Mr. Noliles, author of the play
as l-elix O'l'nfl, the hero played his part
admirably. Mr. Nobles showed liiii sclf
to be thoroughly convc.-snnt with his
part anil by Ins splendid acting won
amen nppiause. i ue inner parts were
well played and tlie entire cast of the ner-
iiirmiincc was good. Louis 1". Howard,
ns Giovanni Couti. the Itnlion organ
grinder, dill some very creditable work
and Miss Liic I.nmbcrt ns Kit la, the lie-
roine, was a decided success,
Pro(re.s of Renlnlrallon.
The total registration in the two wards
of the city at 3 o'clock to-rinv was 1302
The cast ward book showed 648 names.
3U2 white and 256 colored. In the west
ward the number is 744, 566 white and
trance New From Kantian.
Prom the Richmond State.
Kansas, Columbia's pride, is dying.
she wat onc the one bright star of the
entire west, but thnt star has now set-
noroao over ner oouiidicss prairies, or
more proply, sun-scorched desert, tiir of a
truth it is the "Great American Desert."
Kansas is to-day struggling like a drown
ing man who clutches at a straw. To
peka, her fair capital, is fallinu into 11
sleep that perhaps will know no waking.
it is ine solemn, nwtui truth, ns every
town and city in the entire common
wealth is gradually sinking to financial
What is the cause? It is hard to tell.
AFFAIRS OF CONSEQUENCE.
The strike of the dock laborers in Lim
erick, Ireland, has ended in a victory for
The king of Denmark enve n dinner to
I to the officers of the Uuitcd States cruiser
The cabinet of Holland hns dec-lured
that owing to tne physical condition ol
. 1 1. : - i. : . . .
lue biiih nc i. umih iu iciuii.
An Austrian tailor traveled from Vien
nn to Paris inside a trunk and repeated
the feat by traveling in the same manner
irom rana to uonuon
An International securities bank, with
capital of $10,000,000. is to lie estab-
i ! !: .:n : , ,
""'l11 111 mi.. Will IBBUC UMIIUB CUT'
, y DU ver. tn ... aeeuritipa.
At a meeting of the London Trndes
Council it was resolved to call a dcle-
gates' meeting on October 23, represent
ing 153,1100 men, to cons.dcrthe raising
u,k ",r "K
The premier of New South Wales said
in a speech delivered before the chamber
lot deputies ot that colony thnt the present
strike in Auslrnlin has been almost as
disastrous to that country as a bom
barument wouici uc.
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ton Irom his western trip,
The Inte General Brlknnn will be bur
ied at Arlington nntionnl cemeiery.
The ancient Passaic hotel, at Patter-
son, N. J., one the heailiiiurters of
Washington nnn i.nmycttc, wus partial
iv burned, oy nre vesierauv.
m., r j ... . ,
I ne Louni 111 rani ana party visited
l.lti, lin.t l..hflil nt Aiilit.luni in U'tiliin..
ton county. Md and then went on to
liettysburg via llugcistown.
. . . ,
' l"c wormnn, lorcmnn oi tne gns
department oi t he l.tis Iron nnd Mcel
company, Cleveland, went into the dry-
r: ,. iif.rn mn...j . j.i.
" " ' -
General Reuben H. Davis, of Aberdeen,
Miss., died suddenly of npponlexv at
Huntsville yesterday. Gen. Davis was
enroute home from Chattanooga when
Miaaissinnians." He served as a member
of the Thirty-fifth congress and was re-
elected to the Thirty-sixth,
DIED IN A HOTEL FIRE.
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY ATSYR-
RACUSE THIS MORNING.
ONE OF THE FINEST BUILDINGS IN
THE COUNTRY BURNED.
IT WAa NOT FIREPROOF AND
EIGHT I.IVKH WERK LOST,
SYNAcrsii, N. v. uct. 10. The mag
mficcnt Lehind, the most modern and
the finest appointed hotel in Central
New York, is to-day nothing but a mas
of smouldering ruins.
It was 12.45 this morning when fin-
was discovered in the region of the
kitchen, located on the second floor, in
the rear of the west side of the building
Inside of filteen minutes the building was
in flumes from end to end, uud brum
thirty minutes hud elapsed the walls had
fullcn, with the exception of the north
The whole wns one seething furnace, to
which wns added the horror thnt mam
lives were involved. At first it wasfeured
that the loss of life was in the neighbor
hood of thirty, but as the day wore along
the number of missing and dead was re
duced to seven or eight.
When the flames began to sweep through
the hotel the night clerk and porter sel
the automatic fire alarm bells ringing,
and before the rudely awakened guesti-
could realize what was the matter the
flamcsnndsmokcrushed through the hulls
cutting off all ordinary means of escape.
The scene was a frightful one. Strong
men seemed pnrolyxed with fearund knew
not what to do, Others more cool hur-1
riedly donned some of their clothing and
girded about them the patent fire es-
ciiic with which each room was equiii-1
ped. It was nothing but apiece of web-
bing and a rope, but by this means man
lives were suved. I
AN ai-.onizino sii-.iit. I
The burning hotel, viewed from the
stn-et, presented a scene which wi II nevei I
ir .. i. I
be forgotten. It wus ugonuing in the I
extreme, in many ot the windows oi
the five stories of the burning building
could be seen men and women piteoush
calling for help or making theirescupe b)
means of the rojie appliances.
In a window on the filth story a man
and woniun were seen to lie apparently
struggling in each other's arms. The
womnn evidently wanted to throw her
self out of the window. Below them wns
a sea of flames. Soon after they were lost
On the fifth floor, toward the Lafayette
street side, lour women appeared at tbi
window. Their screams for help could
be heard above the din and roar. The
firemen shouted to them to stay where
they were. A ladder was put into posi
tion, but the overhead wires prevented
the raising of the ladders. Minutes
seemed hours while one lnddcr man
mounted the rounds and cut the wires.
Among the frightened women at the
window was AnnicCummings.onc of the
servants. Her companions tried to per
suade her from jumping head long into
the street. While the ladder men wen-
at work raising the ladders, willing
hands hud held the jumping net. The
Cummings woman jumped with the evi
dent intention ol landing in the net, but
struck on the pavement and fractured
her skull futully.
STRt-CK TIIK WIKKS.
The Cummings woman in her descent
.t..,,l Ik. u,;.. ...I I,.. I.,,.l.. I I.J
n. Mvn v .. - " h.iu ..v, uuuj uuuillicu I
over and over and she tell a bruised audi
nmnuled hean seven feet from the net.
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iug with a will and succeeded in ulucini!
an extension ladder nuainst the buildine. I
Aery of horror rang out from theseeta-1
IUIS wiicii iv mil. iiiuilil Vllllfc II WUS IOO I
snort, but tins was qi.ic.y succeeded by
n turei r. uvii uiic in ine iiiuner men .
iiiuumcu ut imimr uuu sii.niiiiig on tne i
upmost round reuched up nnd hcliied
down three women. I
It was the work of a hero. Had the
Cummings womnn waited a moment or I
two her life would have been saved,
PlliKCK Rt'BHINn FLAJIHH.
On nil si les men nnd women could be
seen dropping from the windows or slid
ing down the fire cscaies. In the center
of the buildings wns the court yard.
Here wns being enncted similar scenes to
those outside the building. Some of the
guests junicd while others used fire
r- .1.. r ..c a. i.. i . : i t I
vsii iiic rwui mi vnc uuiicr nnuitc, locnica I
at uic went iKic oi tne DuilthnR, at one p,1v,fn:n mniAjrt i j.
time1av.ixorWvrn,cr.n.Uncnnin,1JCUr material at hit-
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firemen and carried to a olnce of snfrtv. I IOCK 8,
The flames swept through the build
tig with unparalleled rapidity. Chief
r? I till-.. f. ... .1
1 1 inrcr niirv, ui uic lire ucpartmeni,
s,.y. that when he arrived at the K-ene
and his men made for the upper portion I
of the building he with a couple ol hose
i ,,,uiiii uuur nnu
lound they could go no further.
The Inllowing is the list of the denrl so
Inrns known: Annie Cummings. of New
York, aged Hi. Willinm B. Hnr-
rop, o( l-.liiiiiietH, New Jersey.
rie lowerca niinsen oy a rope hall wav
down Irom the fourth floor when the
roie burned off nnd he fell to the ground.
He died at the hospital at 4 a. m.
Kose Scliwnri, 23 years, hotel domes
tic, jtimcd from the fifth floor. The
IK lit stile ot her lace wns smashed, she
sustained a compound fracture of both
arms, nnd received wounds about her
head and lace. Hlie died from the ahnck
nnd internal injuries.
Unknown womnn jumped from the
nunnoor. i ne one oi ner head was
completely crushed in. She was killed in
stantly, She is supposed to have lived
in new xoric.
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raults. It is m a Cathartic, does not
I disarrange the stomach, and contains
u0 noxious or sickcui ngi ngredients.
I 'r aovantages ol Ant.mi.
Mralne consist in iu being thoroughly
reliable a a cure for any kind of bead-
ache without respect to cause leavins
110 unpleasant or annoy,
... .. , ...
u ,u tne case of other so-cal ed "harm-
rcmcuics. incse Qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wbetcver known.
OIRBC..ON8 FOR USB.
The do.c for an adult la two uaspoonful.
.n a wine claw of water. Uoac for children
proportion, accordlnf to in in cither
-w the Uok can be repeated ever thirtr
minuce until a cure la effected. One 4o win
cilwaye drive awaj an attack of Headache,
U taken when first feclUuf the premonitory
.ymptom.; but u the attack is well on, aad
" mienac, tne aecond or third do.
may be required, t'.ually a nreater number
do" to required to effect the fine nr.
than la needed lor any eucceedtna- time th.
alter, .bowing that the medicine Is acenmn.
latlve in Iu eHccte. tending toward an event,
aal permanent cure
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