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VOLUME VI. NO. 142.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
M ISCIiL LA NEOUS.
A place planned and devel
oping as "
Sitnatd in r lit?
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hoalth
I'lilness and beauty of
An elevation of :t,80O I'i-H.
Jt is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and rx'fe'iisive
A desirable phut for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lln-vlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C
I'ull stuck l.adlra.
.Mine and Children'.
Wrap. In the lateat at vie..
Al.o a full and complete
Line of Underwear.
jo South Ialn Street. 30
JJ 8. MAIN ST., AHHHVII.I.U,
I. TIIH I'LACK PIIK
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
' AND TOYS.
Views and Sketches.
apr I H d
W.LTH D. OWVH, W. W. WST,
GWYN & WEST,
(Surceaaora to Walter B.Owjrn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL ES.T ATE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Comml.alouer. ol liecd..
OFFICK oattiemat Court Mquare.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundreda who are coming to Aahevllle
to .pend the Fall and Winter.
All thnat who have hntiar to rent ahould
call on n. at once. a. we have many applica
tion, for both furnlahcil anil unfttralahcd
houao, which wa arc at prc.rnt onnlilr to
JKNKS A JKNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND IN8URANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 tk 10, McAfee Block,
UK Pattnn Ave.. A.h.rllle. N. t
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So ?
W. T, Crow ford xtva thnt II. O. Bwnrt
tola him I hat he heard Jim Oiidger any thnt
Hot Vnncc told him Ihuf, Kope Blia. hcurd
thnt there wan no , doubt 'hat W. W Kolllna
nid thnt Tom Johnnton thought that Bob
Ptirmnn had told Hitting Hull that Buffalo
Mill hud declared to J H. Courtney that It
m Kencrally believed that I ian Reynold.
had mild in plain term, that be heard Jack
Worlry Hay that hi. friend John 1.. Sullivan
had .aid that BUI Denver Informed him at
the congrcaaional convention In thin city that
It wu. a well known fact that the llouae
k reiver.' Union had cauitht Gen. Cllngmnn In
saying, that in hi. oiinlon It wu a matter of
fuct and of great public interest that J. J.
Mnckry intimated to Jen. I.owrv that Dill
Nyc hud Huid while attending the county con
vention lust Nnturdny that anyone caught(
reading thla .hall repair at once to the .tore
of A. 1). COi.lM'.K, North Court Square, and
inspect hi mammoth atock of all kind, of
Orticcrlcs, I'rovialona, elec, where arrange-
inent. have been made to furni.h you all
kind, of 8tnplc and Fnncy tSrocerlca of the
Heat duality at the Lowest Price..
mm SENSE TILL
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. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. Gth
will be from 10 ctB. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larly Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
tall and Winter goods in nil
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any ot her store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
Dress (Soods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats. Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps and Glassware,
We ciin fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for the grandfather.
from a marriage to a funeral.
You must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer,
then come to us, we can fill
out the balance of your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to our store and
earn our prices before you
buy, and it often a mounts to
a big suving in money. Coun
try people particularly will
save money if they will price
our Htock befoi-e they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, lints, Clothing, DreHs-
es, overcoats, rant Cloth.
and Blankets. If we do not
sell thein as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they cun buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, and remember the place,
The "11IG RACKET"
Real Estate Broken,
And IiiTcatuietit Ag-enta.
Loan. ae. urrlr placed at H per cent.
( Pornieiiy of Lyman Child I,
Offlce No. 1 Legal Block,
Strictly a Brokerage BualneM
Loan, .ecu rely placed at 8 per cent.
None but the Best!!!
RUCHIVKi) KVKP.V DAY.
QUALITY AND FRESHNESS GUARANTEED.
OYSTKK PARLOR Weaervt In all style.
at popular price..
BARKER & FULLAM,
octlldlw 80i. MAIN STKUUT.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fres
Drugs and Chemicals, and a.
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked wit
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 an
that you will be' charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. o South Slain Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ONE PRICE STORE.
A few items in (inequalities
to which we invite special jit
t en tion.
Men's, Hoys' and Children's
Ladies', Misses' und Chil
All wool Dress Goods, Silks
Men's and Hoys' Derby and
Soft Hats and Caps.
79 PATTON AVE.
I. our mntto, and we know the people ap
preciate It, for thejr have proven It br their
liberal patronage. We think that arc are
better prepared now than ever before to irlve
oar cu.tomer. the benent of low prlrea In
Our lara. eicrlrnv and Increnalni liu.i-
neaajuatliy aa In making; thl. .tatemrnt. It
I. nerrilfsa for as to enumerate th dilTrrcnt
article, wt carry. Wt sell the
AneTeaa alwavagnarantee them to irlvc.atla-
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our facilities for delivering good, promptly
POWELL Jk SNIDKR,
WIIOI.HSALB AND RBTA1L, OKOUBHR,
Cor. Patton Arnm and Mala Itnrl,
THE JIEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
MRS. GOULD ACQUITTED AT MUR
PHY. OK COI'RHP. HIIK WII.I. MOW ;
ON THK HT A ;'..
Mi'Ki'iiv, N. C, Oft. 1H. Mrs. Lillian
M. Ootihl, on trinl here, charged withthc
murder of her husband, has been acquit
ted. She will now go on tlir stnge.
Gould whs (ill Buglishninti of good
family, who nwtrried lacncnlli his station,
and neglected hit wife, i-'nr six vcurs
Gould Imd liccu 111 Americ r' while I
wife, whd wan in Iiughind on a hcggnrl
allowance, wns ignorant of Ilia whercu
bouts. She was ixTtiiittud lo conic
him in (icorL'iit hist March, when the
couple went to Murphy, N. C, where
they lived lit n house in an isolated sin
On the 7th of Inly the ennpte were drunk
and me wile in itdruiilieu Ireiuv, stalil
her hushnud with a tov (laL'Lur, iullietiiiu
tnelulul wound Irom wlueli lie du d Ilia
THK PKTISKM h'All.l Hl:,
The North Carolina nrauvh Re
ported to be All Kliclil.
Sahisaw, Mich., Oct. 1H. AIIktI M
Henry, the iissigtH'e of K. (t. Peters com
pany ol Manistee, says that he does not
think the liabilities will .exceed $1,0110,
0110. The assets, though largely scat
lered. will exceed that amount. The
I'etera sail company exievt to continiit'
Dusincss miller Keceiver 1'eteis. Ilcsides
vast quantities of timber land in Miclii
linn and Wisconsin, and a silver mine in
Canada, it lins large plants at llrewton,
Ala., nnit ivprvss, iN. L.
tiiiCA,o, net. I n. Altaelunent nro-
ccedings have Ikiii Ugiin hy several eoi-
iniiiiiiiius auniabi me proiKTiv ol l. ,
cters, or the eouecrii witli winch lie is
Uranii Km'Uis. Mich., (let 17. In nn
interview Peters says Hatters Jfe Peters,
of North Carolina, are in good shapr.
i nereiersl.uiiinercouip.'iuy.ol llrewton
Ala., owed not ovir $oll,tiiili or Sti.ooi
to oulsiden in addition to what it owea
him. The Peters Trust l.nud coninaux ,
of Alabama, has its lands all paid lor.
RlKht In MHMMileliuHi'ttH, Too.
Huston. Oct. 17. Kev.J. II. Hector, o.
San I-runciseo. the colored. Prohibition
orator, who ricenllv went to Piltsliel.
o address the Prohibitionists of thai
city in company Willi his wile and litlii
hoy nnu Mme. Ilayard. also colored, '
Huston, were retiuted admission to ti t
.lira. UhIh'm MooU.
Atlanta, Go.. Oct. is. Mrs. JilTcrson
Davis was in Atlanta for n short whil.
his morning on the wav to N'etv Vorl.
to revise and suK'riutenil the nublica
tinn oi lier buok, "Memoirs ol tlUrson
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 1H. The total visible
supply of cot ion for the world, is
l.H7ii,5f:i bnles of wlicli l.:isii,n:i:i.
Receipts ot (ill interior towns, 17S.11U;
receipts from plaiitalions, :H7,7D; crop
in sight, l,r.31im.
Where la Ile7
K.oxvii.i.KITcnu.,()ct. 1M. The friends
f J. A. Armslronir, n voiitn: man in the
chiploy of n large dry goods house, are
much nlarmcil over Ins mysterious disap
pearance. No Und of llallolliiu.
Cincinnati, Oct. 18. The I'almouth.
Ky. tlemocrntif cougnssiou.d conven
tion took the Hl'.'ith ballot lo-dav.
Cut by a Itnip.
Duff Erwiii, colored was working on
the water main at the corner ol Woodlin
nil North Main streets at about 1
'clock to-day, when the electric lamp nl
he lie' company which was susiH'tidcd
from n pole, lell and the glob.; of the lamp
struck him on the right arm and shoul
der inflicting serious cuts, lie is dis-
bled for several ilavs.
Irotreaa of HeKlHtrnlloii.
The total registration in the two wards
f the citv at 3 o'clock to-dav was l.'ilil.
The cast ward book showed '..'! names,
.H white nnd 205 colored. In the west
wnrtl the number is HUH, (ill white ami
SOUTH CAKOL1XA J'ul.hS.
h'ditnr lloniu, of the Wilmington Mes
senger, is sick with fever. i
Mr. John Rufiy, of Sharpe's township,
Alexander county, and Miss Matilda
lloyd, were married in Staiesvillc the
otlicr tiny. Mr. Knlty is 7X years ol
age nnd a grnndlathcr; his bride is about
30 years younger.
North Carolina crowds nt the State
Fair are invariably well dressed nnd well
lx'hnved. Ol drunkenness very little is
noticeable. The iwoplr this yenr were up
to the highest slnudaril. The propor lion
of pretty women wnslaruc.
Col. John K. 1'cllows ha been nomina
ted for Congress in the Sixth District of
New York, lie is the present District
Attorney of New York city, und is a
learned inwyernnd able statesman. He
was a gallant Coulrdcriite soldier.
A correspondent of llic State Chronicle
in Washington city siivs: "Mr. Jixum
V. Lewis, of Kdgccomls.' cotinlv, one of
the most intellectual men I ever met, re
signed n $l,'.'iin position in the War De
partment, to accept an honorary scholar
ship from ohiis Hopkins University, last
tlnclc John Hughes walked three miles
and u hall to llakersville to register, Inst
Friday. 1'iiclc obu was 7(1 years old the
day before he registered, and informed ns
thnt lie had lived in three dillcrcnt conn
tits, vet lie had never mice moved. He is
the uncle nnd granilfniher of twenty
eight twin children. Iliikersvillel'urmcr.
Mrs. Stephnnl in New' York put $:i,0t)0
in the hands of Miltnn S. Littlclield to
use in securing her son's rclcnse. Her
son was not released and Litllelield wns
arrested for urnud larceny. He is the
sainc'LittlcficldwIio helied despoil North
Cnrolinn during the Reconstruction peri
od, nnd who made the Capitol a place of
his debauchery and the debauchery of ig
norant negroci. State Chronicle.
ofi-ki:hn at a iianck.
Out to Men.
i.o.NiioN, Oct. IS. A severe storm pic
vails along the north Hritish coasts. The
wind blew wild such liny that the Brit
ish llert lying al Scarborough was eoin-
iiciico to run out to sea to escaic bcinif
mown ashore. I lie admiral and 1' lOolli
cers and men bclongim; to the fleet were
left mi shore, the ollicers having been
dancing nil night.
THK KKPl'HI.UNs OK MITCH-
Trylnir to Ut-t u Crowd Toicelher
by Hay Iiik That Richmond Pear.
Hon Would Hpvak-Mr. Pearsou
Itenleii the Htateinent.
A circular has appeared in Mitchell
county announcing n "grand rally of the
republicans" of that eounly nnd stating
that Hon. Richmond Pearson would
SK-ak at several dillerent places. The
appointments made arc us follows
Magnetic City, Wednesday, Oct. lili; Red
Hill, Thursday, Oct. -'II; llakersville, Sat
urday, Oct. 2"; l.iacback, Tuetday, (let
L'K; Trout, Wednesday. Oct. !!!.
The names of J. M. Slall'ord, cl.aii man
and John I'clerson, secretary, apKar a
the Doitom ol the circular.
Mr. Pearson siivs that he know, noth
nig ot the appointments ami will not till
A letter Irom a democrat of llakers
ville says: "The radicals have canv..ascd
this county and can not get the people lo
It is tlioiiL'ht that the circular was
printed to gel up some kind ol interest
among the republicans.
CIII'KCII NO I ItCs,
Kvery Church In AHlivvllle Hhould
be MviircHciitvU In tihh i.In.
I'irst Ilapiist Chinch Services al 11
in. mid 1 'M n. in., bv the naslur. Kev
VV. A. Nelson.
French Hrond Haiu ist church I'l cach
ing at 11 a. in ami i .to ii.ni.Jiv tilt pas-
lor, J. 1.. Carroll, baptismal nilu ser
('cull nl M. li.Cliuu li South I'naching
it 1 1 a. in., anil h p. in., In the pastor
icv. S. II. Ililhard. Sunday school ut
l.:ill a. ill.
lluiKlinu Cliurch, t liuien sheet
lireaehiui at 1 1 a. in., and T.:io p, m., by
Kev. Dr. Calvin S. Ill iekwill, ! Aiiuustii.
Wi. Sunday Silmol at 10 a. in.
Kev.J. I;. Spence, l.L. l . Chancellor V.
S. (iraut uuivcrsitv iil preach at tne M.
li. Cliiiich, corner ol Huttrick and ll.lv-
.vooil streets at 1 1 a. ill. Sunday.
Kiverside Methodist church Divine
su-vice al 11 a. in. conducted In the
paslor, C. M. Cainpbell. Sabbath School
it 3 o'clock p. in. All invited to alleiid.
Trinity Hpixcopal Church Holy com
munion al i .10 a. in., moriiiiiii service al
1 1 o'clock, eveiiiuu service al o o'clock.
Sunday school mid lliblc class al U.MO
First Presbyterian church Kev. W. S.
P. Iti'van paslor. Divine worship to
morrow nt 1 1 a. in. nnd.s n. in. Sabbath
school at tl.HO a. m. Young moplc's
nuiiing nt 7.1.1 p. in.
North Asheville Methodist church.
Divine service at 11 o'clock conducted bv
cv. . M. Kerr; at 7.30 p. in., bv the
alor. Sabbath school at U.30 u. III.
Kvcrybody iuvi ed lo attend.
HKAItKU TIIIM WAV,
Home News Convernluur the III-
lerual Meveuue Olllve.
The Winston internal revenue oilier is
losed, ami no stamps will be issued to
the manufacturers before Mondnv, il
then. Deputy Collector lillis received
irders Tuesday morning lo close his
llice that evening and forward all
stamps and reports to the main ollice nt
stalesville preparatory to the trans
Icr of the entire internal revenue ollice to
new collector IKoibusI who is to
ake charge at Asheville) on Suttirdav,
Mr. lillis will leave for Slnlcsvillc to
morrow morning to hidd a eonsultntion
with Mr. Rollins regarding the Winston
Dice. The chaii.es seem to point to Mr.
Kills being his own successor. Wiuslou
A Terrible Trailed y lit Alleithanv
News reached here to-day of n horri
ble tragedy in Alleghany comity. A man
named Dixon discovered his wile in nu
nc intimacy with Marshal Halsey, and
shot llnlsey. Hnlsey's brother, Tucsdav
sought revenge, but was also killed by
Dixon. Iho people ol the eonimumiv
ivlnte that tlicv will keep Dixon from
ic law. Durham 1'iloU-.
Mot For I'aiully Uuarrrls).
Two small colored girls were Ixforc
Mayor Dilution this morning accom
panied hy their mothers nnd mints,
charged with lighting. Mayor llliinton
picked up the warrant and called the
nanus ol the ollenders and when the lit
tle uirls toddled up to the bar, his luce
assumed a very severe expiessiou. Turn
ing to the mother ol one of the girls lie
You people live in the same neighbor
hood nnd have little family tpuirrcls
every dii don t you r
'Yes sir," replied the woman.
'Well." said the mayor." if von ever
bring your children up here for difficul
ties tiunin I will scud both vmi and the
other girl's mother lojnil. Do you un
ChrlHtlnu Church Mcrvlci'M,
The Christian church on Cliurch street
is Hearing completion nndcnnbeocctipird
with comfort now. Services will be held
to-morrow at 11 n. in. und 7.30 p, ni.
and every ninlit next week. Kev. Dr.
Calvin S. Mack well, of Augusta, (la.,
will preach. Dr. Mack well is one ol the
best known writers nnd preachers in his
church having held the first pulpits in
St. Louis nurl Chicago before coming
south. Though he is n Virginian, this is
first visit to North Cnrolinn, where doubt
leas hcwill be heard with profit and pleasure.
OUT AMONG THE INDIANS.
WHV THI-V VtlUI. AIM. VOTK
r'OIl CHA Wr'OKU THIS YEAR
An Attempt at Coercion In Ewart's
Uenelll Wu Made and Naturally
the IiidtniiM Keaeiit II What
Crawford's) Maturity Will He.
Prom a Stall Corn-npomlnit.
Ciikkokkk, Swnin county, Oct. 14,
lH'.HI. To-night we are domiciled in the
hospitable residence of N. J. Smith, chief
oftheCherokces in Swnin, nekson, nnd
Cherokee counties. Two years ugo
Chief Smith was n Kwnrt man, and ut
most the solid Indian vote in these coun
ties was cast for the republican ticket.
The chief has bail enough of Iiwarl and
he is now actively at work for Craw
lord ami the democratic ticket. There
no doubt that this will
huve a decided influence, not only
upon the vote ol Swnin, but the othe
counties named as well, Chiel Smith
son, K. II. Smith, u highly intel
ligent man, is also here, and is actively at
work for Crnwioril mid the democratic
ticket. The efforts of Chief Smith nnd
Ins son lire lieing actively seconded by-
Rev. Suate Owl, an Indian baptist
preaencr. anil Ins son, hanipson Owl
and Nieodcmiis Souwanooka and
cx-Uiul Cheellahskec, some of the
ir.st and most mllueiilial men in
the tins.'. Unci Smith und his son sav
hat the iniiicipalcause ol dissatisfuctiou
amoiiu the Indians is the Ivrioiium. n.l-
millistralion of iill'airs bv iiidinn Auent
James Illylhe.und suK'ruitendent of pul-
nc K.HOOIS, it. . Miruv. Llael smitn
suvs that these men have pooled their
strength nnd converted their positions
into an agency lor the promotion and
iipbtiilduii! ol the reimbliuan tmrtv. In
dians are uivcu to understand that
i hey receive any special m ivilcircs it must
liciit the price of voting the republican
ticket. This is of course very distasteful
to a ikoiiIc us loud ol freedom as the lu
There wasasiilemlidcrowd hercto-dar.
i ne school house wns packed lull, and
uiimlKT coiilil not get in, nt lenst two
handled and tilt v voters beim? oresent
There was not hall such n crowd present
two years auo, and Mr. Ewnrt It-It the
dihVrvncc in the sentiment ol his audience
to-ony. t. raw lor u nnu the iniijority on
him, and his sm-ech wus hcnrlilv an-
plaiided. liwart was brnuuht from Whit-
lier dafiot by Spray, and he is stopping
with him to-night, and will be taken to
Hryson City to-morrow.
1 have loiiud no one who thinks Craw
rd's nuiioiitv in this counlv will be un
ler two hundred. Many out it much
higher. We think these predictions will
ven led, notwithstanding we huve
heuril to-day that James lllylhe, the In
dian agent, has staled that'hc expects to
huve tJoti soon to be luuiicd out among
There can Ik no doubt about the great
west bemi' thorouulilv aroused, untl
Cruwloid w ill uuiuesiionably gam many
more votes out here than will lie neces
sary to overcome liwart ssnnill majority
two years ago.
I am anxious to see old lltincombe do
her lull duty in this light. J. P. K.
The weekly MeelliiK al the Court
The Asheville Young Men's Democratic
lub met in the old crn hall on the
bird floor of the court house last night.
The crowd in attendance wus good. Mr.
V. T. Helote, vice president of the club
occupied the chair.
Mr. Locke Craig, who was to scak
was not present and Mr. J. W. Startles
wus called on. He SHike for a short
while and made a vcrv forcible talk.
Mr. Startles said that democracy hnd
icen led by good nnd great men and had
ticht maiiv battles lorlrce government.
mm the dava of Jefferson to the days ot
Cleveland and had always mettheenemy
ol good government on the lint lie-fields
tolnicul slrile. lie slated that the needs
d the present dnv lire three in number:
equalization ol taxation, u heller tinmi-
i.il svslcin and education tor the masses.
le discussed these miiiiIs briefly. showing
he shortcomings nnd the iniouilous leu-
islnlion ol the republican puny and said
hat the iieoplt must look to the demo
crats lor proA-r legislation on them.
tlter .Mr. Stnriies concluded Mr. N.
New by, ot Swam eounly, siHike of the
importance ol the present election because
of the lacl that the state is to be re-dis-
rictcd by the next legislature and of the
necessity for redeeming the ninth district
Iro'll republican niisreprecutiition.
le spurned the idea that the
good and brave men of the mountains
would sell their ballots lor the republican
government's money. Mr. Ncwbv spoke
vcrv highly id t'.eo. A. Jones, the demo
cratic candidate lor solicitor, nnd urged
every democrat to work lor hi. election.
The lollowiui! new mcmlKTS were en
rolled: J. 1.. Moon-, Win. Jones, W, T.
Wilkin. J. C. Illackbnrn, W. II. Ilnrrel
son, J. R. Patton, J. T, Creasrnian, J. K.
Kit sc. J. Ilminicuti, Itcorgc Coodlake, T.
P, lohuson, R. c. Wouiack.
Mr. l.ockc Craig is lo nddrcss the club
next Friday night.
A W A IKS ol-' L'OXSlijJI'liSCIi.
Mr. (ilndstonc intends discussing the
iiicslioii ot home rule for Scotland.
The (terman government will erect four
thousand dwellings ill North llcilin for
The Tinted Stnlc minister nt St. Peters
burg denies the reports of iK'isccution of
Hebrews in Russia.
The rumor Im been revived, but not
credited, that the Ynnderbitts are trying
to get a controlling interest in the Rend
Comptroller Lacy says the condition
of the banks throughout the country is
vcrv satisfactory, untl that capital is
The New York Sugar Trust is involved
in more Icgnl complications, nnd on ap
plication to restrain the reorganisation
is to be heard in the courts,
The Northern Pacific Railroad annual
statement shows total net income nt
$lli.N7,02H mid n surplus of C70,11
niter providing for fixed charges, divi
dends und other items.
It is snid the interstate commerce com
mission has a number of government se
cret service agent at work trying to
secure evidence against railroads which
are believed to be violating the law by
secretly cutting rates.
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Cures) livery variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BLSB.
II us earned tor itself
the enviable reputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article iu the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hbadaciib. Tbe
immense favor which bus greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon tbe subtle influences of sucb
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either of these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is nt a Cathurtic, dors not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
Tbe peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable aa a cure for any kind of bead-
ache without resuect to cause leavino
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects.
as in the case of oilier so-colled "barm
less" remedies. These quulitics moke it
the most popular and saleable article in
tbe market, wherever known.
DIRUL..ON8 POR USB.
The doac for an adult I. two te.ipoonful.
in a wine gl.s. of water. Done for children
in proportion, according to age la either
'ae tbe now can be repeated everv thirty
nilnue. nntil a cure I. eflected. One dot will
alway. drive away aa attack of Headache,
U taken when first feeling the premonitory
.jrmptom.; but If the attack I. well on, nod
uncrlnK I. Intcuc, the arcond or third doac
may be required, l au.hr a greater number
of doac. I. required to effect the first cure
than I. needed for any auccexdlna" time there
after, .bowing that the medicine la acenmo-
alive In lu effect., tending toward aa event.
ual permanent cur
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