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besbtebed? Asheville Daily Citizen
"A man mny drink and not get drunk,
A man mny fight and not be slain,
A man mny kiu a bonnie lass,
And yet be welcomed back again,"
but he can't vote units, be is registered.
VOLUME VI. NO. 143.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping an a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
. fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
it is being laid out with
taste ami skill, with well
grudel roads and extensive
Who Told You So?
W..T. Crawford viva that H O. Bwnrt
told him that he heard Jim Gudjter .ay that
Bob Vance told him that Kope IlHoa heard
that there waa no doubt 'hat W. W Rollins
aid that Tom Johnitoa thought that Bob
Porman had told Sitting Bull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney thnt it
waa generally believed that I Ho Reynold,
had .aid in plain term, that he heard Juek
W.'rley aay that hi. friend John L... Sullivan
had anid that Bill Dearer Informed him at
the conirreaaltinal convention in thla city that
It waa a well known luct that the House-
keeper.' t'nlon had cuunht Gen. Cllngmnn In
aaytng that In hla opinion It waa a matter of
fact and of grcui public rnttiwt that J. J.
Mavkey Inthnnted to Jeaa l.owry that Bill
Nye hail an Id while attending the county con
vention Inat Haturday that anyone caught
reading thla ahall repair at once to the store
of A. U. COiiPUR, North Court 8qm.iT, and
Inaiiect hla mammoth atock of all kinda of
(.rnceriea, Proviaiona, Ate, where arrange
mints have lieen made to furniah you all
klnda of 8tuple and Fancy C.rocerlea of the
Heat Uuallty at the Loweat Ih-lcea.
A desirable place for tine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, nd
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllie. Mitchell Co., N. C
Fall atock Ladle.
MiaM.' and Children's
Wrap, hi the lateat atvlea.
Alao a full and complete '
Line of Underwear.
jo South Main 8tret. jo
S3 H. MAIN T.. AHHBVILLB.
is tii a rues ma-
BOOKS, STAT10NEAY, FANCY 600DS
sWALTaa II. Owva,
W. W. WtaT
GVYII & WEST,
caters to Walter B.Owra)
REFER TO laM Of AIHIVIUE.
JLoaiia Securely Placed at A
Notary Pa bile. Cnaimiaaloaera ol Deeda,
orriCR-oatkaa Court ttquaro.
USTTO THE HURRYIN8 FEET I
Of the llaadredt who art coming to Aeheville
to apend the Pall and Winter.
All thoat who hare tman to rent ahoald
at) on at one, aa wt have many applica
tion, for both Airnhtherl and anftirnlahed
turnera, which w are at present anahle to
JBNKS A JKNKS,
REAL IITATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
It 00m j 10, McAfee Block,
M Pattrw Ave.. A-hrrillf . N. C.
F. A. GRACE.
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. 6t
will be from 10 cts. to 50 cts
on the dollar higher, particu
hirl.v hhoes and Tinware. VV
shall bell our present stock of
Fall and Winter goods in i.l
lines at same prices us here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything ii
Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes
Hats. Factory Cloth, Tin
ware, Lamps and Glassware
We can fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
from a marriage to a funeral
lou'iuust nuy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer.
then come to us, we can fil
out the balance 01 your
wants. It is but little troubk
to come to our store and
learn our prices before you
buy, and it often a mounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try ieople particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, lints, Clothing, Dress
es, uvercoaw, runt tiotn,
and Dlnnkets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they can buy
lsewliere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, und remember the place,
Go to Carmichael'8 Drug
store with your prescriptio
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, und at
low prices. His prescriptioi
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 he filled correct and
that' yon will- be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Nigh
calls promptly answered.
W. C.CARM ICHAFX
No. o South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
Real Eatate Broken,
And Investment Agents.
Loan, a nrely placed at per cent
M 84 Pattern Arena.
( Formerly of Lymaa Child I,
Office No. Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Bualneaa
Loan, accarely placed at per cent.
Large eonl, airy rontna, houae newly fur.
n t gooo tame.
treat ear line.
Term, reaeonabl.. Ua
MHI. J. L. ftMATHRNR,
pRBaPAMBRi TAKB NOTICK.
All tMraon. are notified that all Innd. be-
n.itlnif 10 lb. Writ A.hrvill. tmttroremeiit
Companv and K. (1. Carrier, in the vicinity of
the nutphur Hprluga and Went AahrvUlc, are
poatrd. B O CAftHIUK.
Oct f aim
T. C. SMITH & CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ONE PRICE STORE.
A few items in "inequalities
to which we invite sjHX'ial attention.
Men's, Hoys' and Children's
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
All wool Dress Goods, Silks
Men's and Jloys Derby and
Soft Hats and Cnps.
79 PATTON AVE.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
A LABOR NOMINF.K,
NEW ORLEANS IS GREATLY
COHMITTKK OP HAFKTV NOM
ASSASSINS OF CHIEF
Nkw OKI.KAN8. Oct. 20. The Mnvor
und City Council appointed a Commit
tee ot Safety of fifty citizens to in vcatiate
the anasHimition of Chief of I'olice Hen.
neaiiey and to take atepg to auppresi the
Mntin and the vcmetta. This mean.
that the matter ii to lie followed up un
til the murderer are brought to justice
nnd New Orleans is freed from its danger
ous Sicilian element.
The police limt nislit arrested forty odd
Itdliunsnt the grocery of Carlo CrnlTurio.
Officers noticed a large numler of Ital-
tians dropping into the place in twos
and threes, and believing that something
was wrong, forced their way in and
found n man addressing the crowd ores'
eat in Italian. Lhnrging that it was a
unuiwiui meeting all persons present
were arrested and carried to the jail
When the prisoners were brought to
the station it was discovered that nut
one had a cent or a home of any kind and
thut they hud arrived vesterd.iy from
Chicago. They said they had been told
to meet at Grnlfcrin's nlnce. As the oris-
oners couui give no explanation of them.
selves or why thev Imd come New Or
leans or met at the grocery Ihev were
lot ken up charged with being dangerous,
flic p"hcc also arrested Manuel I'eitro,
whom thev chnmed with lieinu one
the men who tired the fatal shot that
hilled unci ol Tolice Ilt nnesscv. The
luini to have nil the murderers now wit
ulRcicnt evidence to convict thrm. A
cording to them the murder was ordrn-i
by the Mntrangs, who are hcatls of tin
.-Mtiiinn gnng. joe .Macliica. untlcr tlt
numeof iihn I'etersiin. leiimd the Mas
tero house Irom which the assassii
Wlliciien lieilllt'ShV mill hnillv lirei in
Hun. The murder itsell was ctimmiltv
by six or seven men of w hom Sclonfc)
Miistrro. Hagnctto. Iiicardira and I'citit
wcrenve. iiicoti.er IihIiuii iirisoncrs
xcepi some lew reganletl ns iiiiiinrtaii
witnesses or acivasorit'S to the crime
have been released.
He Coinnilts) Hulclde In a Roche.
Rochkktkr, Oct. 20.-I. S. F.morv.
cnnditlatc for congress on the working-
men s ticket, committed suicide by cut
ting an artery in his right arm and "bleed
ing io aenin nt Livingston hotel lust
Sunday about 10 o'clock Emorv en
gaged a room at the hotel, snyiiig he
wanted to tuke a rest. He hod been
drinking but was not intoxicated when
he retired. Emory was for a number of
years general passenger agent for the
Rochester and Pittsburg roads. For the
uu W" ye"rs ,,e wa" Jieneral agent of
v..v rvwmc, nniertown ami Ogdenshurg
railroad, but was dismissed when he ac
cepted the lubnr nomination lorcoiigrcss.
He leaves a widow.
HAD WONDERFUL NERVE.
AW ENUINKKR'N I.IFK-SA VINO
I. our motto, and wt know the people ap
ptwrtat It, for thev have proven It br thrlr
lltarral patronage. We think that wt are
batter prepared aow than ever before to give
oar enatomera the bmrllt of low prices In
Our larga experlenc and tncreaalnjr hual-
neaa Juatiry aa In making this atntcment. It
Is neetllea. tor as to enumerate the ilinerrnt
article, we carry, W sell the
And eaa alwayaguaranttethtm to nlvcaatla-
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Oar Atrllltlrs tot delivering gonda promptly
WHOLBflALB AND RBTAIL OROCBRb,
Cor, Pattoa Areaat and Mala tract.
THK COISCTV CANVAtlll.
Uemncratlc CandlclHten Maklnyr a
The county candidates have filled time
ppniiitments so far. Thursday they
were at Alexanders, Friday at Sandy
Mush and Saturday at Leicester. The
candidates do not siieak long at nnv
M. L. Keed, one of the democratic cnu
didutes for the house of representatives,
make a short sensible talk in which he
lemonatrutes thut the democratic princi
ples arc the tame as those of the alii
ancc and he is an allianceninn because he
a democrat. Mr. Lowry makes a
short talk on the tariff and the solitl
principles of the democracy. Both he
and Mr. Kccd are nuking themselves
Mr. Foltom, one of the republican can
didntcs for the house of representatives
mps up from his teat every day anil in
most pleasing manner announces that
he will not speak but wants to show the
people a "real, live yankee." Dr. Harris,
Mr. Folsom'i colleague, tulks about the
alliance and nothing else.
Mr. John L. Cuthry the democratic
candidnte for clerk is fust getting
the liest of Gudger, the republican
indcpendcnt-l. . Morgan mass meet
ing candidute. Mr. (iutlgrr makes hu
ng lit on l lie "Asheville ooltlical ring"
and nn the "county government."
I.J. Alackev, democratic candidate for
lerk, delends himself well against Mr.
Brown s empty attacks nnd the latter is
weakening. At iwindv Mush Mr. Ilrown
disturbed Keed while the latter was
speaking by oiening a "bar'l of chest
nuts and distributing them among the
crowd. J. II. Woodward who was nom
inated by the J. N. Morgan mass meeting
seems to reallxc that he hns no show lor
election nndnppcnrato be running merely
lor principle, lie is making Ii icuds by
Sheriff D. I.. Reynolds, drmocrntic can
didate lor re-election, shows up the record
of his opponent I Wnrlev I in n telling n. mi
ner. Mr. Keynolds shows that he has
collected $H,(it)() more taxes than did Mr.
Worlry and that this increase came, not
from the people, but thut it was from ed
lers and Siecwil taxes. He alutcs that
Mr. Worlry could br sent home nnd paitl
$75 A month tor eight mid hulf years
out ol this Incrrnaeot collect iiiusand Hint
nt thread ot that time there would be
$27.0)10 more in the treasury than if he
were sheritf. Worlev makes a plaintive
appeal to tiic people lor votes, tie ad
mits that Keynolds is younger nnd enn
get more taxes than he himself but be
promises to "do the best he can."
The crowds in attendance at the dis
cussions are lurgcr than those of two
The speaking Is nt Ivy to-morrow.
THOIR I'OI.K APPOINTMKNTt.
Mavbsj hey Wert the neat at
It is a shameful fact that the board of
county commissioners of Polk county
hare appointed Republican judges of the
election at every precinct in the county
men wno can neitner read or write.
Well, whose fault is It ? Perhaps there
were none who could read or write. It
Is the case in many places. It la said of
"Blow Your Horn" Hilly Smith that,
when asked for money to start cam
paign paper, he said that he was tired of
paying to publish papers for a party that
could not rend them. I'rrhapa the I'olk
county commissioners did the best they
could with the material in band. Hick
ncnicasio win Rnglne When It
CraHhew Into a freight Car, and
Then Htopa the Train In Time to
clave Hla PaaHenirera.
Erik, Pa., Oct. 20 A horriblecatastro-
phe was averted on the Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern railroad vcslerdnv.
near Silver creek, through the bravery
and cool headed conduct of the engineer.
A detached section of an east bound
freight train had been run into by an
other section of freight, and a portion of
the debris thrown over on the west
bound truck. ust ns No. fl fait train
was going west. Engineer ohn Burns, of
Buflulo, of the passenger train, cumin;
down the lull at the rate of filty mile
an Hour, saw the truck uheud, and the
the freight enr, and knew thut
attempt to stop his train and
would sacrifice the lives of his ISOpassen.
sengers. His firemen had left him, but
springing from Ins seat behind the boiler,
Bums put on every pound of steam, an
opening his sand box so ustogcta firme
noui oi me runs, tile iron monster u:, ce?
snort una sprang lorward, threw the
truck on ami cut through the Ireiglit car
:tuti otuer neons.
Hums, with woiidcrlul nerve, held thr
u-vcr. and tliv moment in- cleared tin- l
Jiniciii.ti reversed l is engine mid threw
Hie air make. As the tram entered tin
ivreck. the sides were torn out of tlirm-
ft lie coaches, and the screams ol wo
men rose high ub..vc thcscrtucliiiigofthe
steam. Aiini.ugii (lie engine whs; (lis
mantled, htnvc engineer Hums emerged
Irom the ilrlins " ive. covered with u-ura
nun onuses. Mout hearted men emiirued
lie engineer hysterically, rrnliting that
nn ncriiiBiii una suven ine train,
iui line ui'HSCilucr was Sermiislv in.
Mired, and that was Mrs Marv Kane, of
Strange to say, net n car in the train
left the track. 1.8. Burke, nnsi.l. ni ,,i
the Toledo & Ohio Central railroad, who
was on t lie train, pronounced it the most
wonderful cscai noon record. Au.t tin.
Iieopie got quieted, C. M. Spiizer, n Ilos
urn ii.iiikct, ueniieo ine list, and uvrr
00 were presented to Engineer Bums
uy ine passengers.
A Mule Thief captured.
The mule that was stolen Irom Mr.
Crcatemaii near fliltmorrsomr time ago
has leen recovered and the thief caught
a nuin niimeu v.oninil was arrested ill
Johnston county Friday night by a mem-
oer oi me rinion detective agency ot this
inace, uy wnom ine case was worked no.
ionium whs suoi in ins euort to rscniic,
will was noi scriousiv nurt. l llr nria-
oncr unu i lie muie are on tneir wnv to
. .. :n- -
Out of the Ranks).
It is asserted on good authority that
W. R. Trull, of Cherokee county, who
was advertised to spcuk in Mitchell
county at the same time and place, that
Mr. Richmond Pearson as. has with
rawn from the ranks of the Republican
party, and will vote the Democratic
SOME KALEIOU NOTES.
('mm the Wilmington Mra-cnecr, lath.
The stnte agricultural society met last
evening nnd elected Richard II. Battle
president (succeeding W. O. I'prliurchl.
and Eugene C. Ikihlingficld secretary.
Next Tuesday the governor noes to
Mnxton nnd will sirak at the fair there
Wednesday. I hursiluv, nccomoani.-d bv
Cols. Itcnehnn Cameron and Olds he will
be at Wnghtsvillc,
Over $300 wns raised for the soldiers'
ionic by the ladies who night before Inst
gave the "confederate concert." Several
hundred dollars were also realized at the
The people this year nil upirnr to have
money. At n Dank to-nav several mer
chants said the farmers arc paying their
old debts right along j even debts ol live
or six years standing.
The executive committee of the state
dental association has decided to hold
its unnual meeting nt Morchrad City in
August, i ne smiincm denial association
hns accepted the invitation to meet
Everybody annrars to have money. nnd
o Ik liberally tlisMised. One of the con-
urtors told me to-dav that yesterday's
business on the North Carolina road was
even greater than on the greatest day at
ine suite cxpoaiiion.
Day before yesterday Judge Merrimon
and two of his duuglucrt were in it car
riage crossing a bridge at Crnbtree Creek,
three miles north ol here. Suddenly a
iw came nn the bridge nnd rushed at the
horse. The latter whirled iibout and
overturned the vehicle. Judge Merrimon
nnd his daughter, were thrown out, but
by grent good luck none were hurt,
though nn the very edge of a high hunk
with water fifteen feet in depth at its
Yesterday was a duy of days nt the
nr. Thousands of dollars damnire to
wearing nppnrcl was done nnd the wash
erwomen will have their hands full next
week. There never wns a muddier or
more bedraggled crowd. There were
,000 people at the grounds. There was
crush on the way bnck to the citv. Ten
ollnrs was not Infrequently offered for a
carriage. About 4 o'clock rain literally
loured. At one place there wns mud a
POLITICS JX0LI) SWAIN
A HANDSOME MAJORITY I'OH
tioodt'rpitdi ut nryaon City, and
Kwart In the Uuiuoa aa Vaual
The Change in the Indian Vote
Hound lo be Large.
From a Stari Correspondent.
Bkyson Citv, Swain Cof.wv, )
October 15, 1HU0.
Old Swain is thoroughly aroused, and
the democrats are doing fine work. The
court bouse was filled to-day, bet ween
three and four hundred persons being
present, and no one who wns present
had any doubt us to which of the sjieak
er Imd the majority of the crowd.
Crawford had two or three to one, and
every man of thrm wns delighted with
the way in which he gave Ewnrt his med
icine. I heard many men say that they
never hcnril Ewnrt malteasoonrnsiifeeh
mid declared th.it his looks showed that
ne realized the detent awaiting him.
lohnston's majority in this county two
years ago was 11. We saw no demo
crat who thought Crawford's inujuril
wouin uc less iunn 'i"i. line ol the most
relialile men in thecouutv told me tn-dn
thut he did not see how Crawford's ma
joritv could he less than three hundred
At my preaiiK't. he suid, "Johnston re
ceiveo oniy iweniv-tnrce votes two yen
ago; to-iluy I euii count filtv-nine votes
deud sure lor Lruwtord. and no amoun
ot money that mnv be injected into t lu-
canvass by the lepubhcans can changi
This same gentleman declared thnf
other sections o' the country were going
to do ns well ns his precinct, and thut
the change in the Indian vote was bound
to be large. There is some dissatisfaction
witn n part ol the county ticket, thougl
it is thought it will be all elected, but
this dissatisfaction will in no wuv t IT.
Crawlord vote. There is no doulu
nliout the enthusiasm being create
in every county in the west aiming the
democrats than has been known tor
venrs, and Criwlord will certainly poll a
i.nfcv iiiiniiK-r in vines wnicn nave Here
tofore gone rctnitarlv fur the rrmilili. 'ntw
Chief Smith came to town with us this
morning, and is earnestly at work lor
i. row niro.
It is thirty-one miles to Robbinsville,
our appointment tor tu-niorrow, and
mere arc two mountains tn crn l,i
crawlord is in hue spirits and health
...ii mil mime every appointment. You
may continently exoect a uood rriinn
irom etwiiiu. i ii k
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADB MARK RBOIMTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY 8AFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures) livery variety of Headache
AND NOTHlNO BL8B.
Has earned (or itself
the enviable reputa-
There Any One Here
G untl Central: l ss V. C. Johnson
Alexander; h. O. I.aeiii, J. R. CruM,
1' tl ti a. ! . a . . .
iur tl. nilHH, OKVUlTill : f. I . kt kiv.
Hik'liljitnU: I. V. Siiiulv. C int'iiiiiiiit r I
I). Humphrey. Sparlauliurg; II. V.
Aiinms, .Marshall; J. Ii. I'mncv, Ricb
mond;Juo. Moure, Ivuoxrillc.
Swani.mioii : A. Schifl, Baltimore; J
J. Sullivan, Boston; J. P. petty, A. 0
Malice. New York; . E. Putney, Rich,
mond ; (5. E. Brodvvick, X. C; E. 0. Co.
ney. lirunswick. (In.: . I. Collin. NVw
Oi leans; h. A. (.rilliili, 0. M. (Irittith
'iiiinueipiiia; J. A. .McMurv, Atliinta
I. L. Hvmail, M. L. Toms. Hciitlcraon.
vine; A. L.. May, Cincinnati.
67cn Kock : Miss Ida Mcnnev, Salis
bury, N. C; Mrs. A. C. Patterson, lack
sonvillc, III ; W. Page. Kiioxville, Tenn.:
P. Itatchelor. Raleigh. X. C.;Jno. B. New.
ton. Marion. V C: S. R. Adams. L inn.
den, 8. C; Wm Rmeheim. Richmond, Vu.;
Col. P. B. Akers. L. R. Probst, Knoxville,
Tenn.; T. S. Pasty, S. P. k. R.; W, w.
Heanm. Bishoiilord. S.C.: I.. B. Itenrame.
college i ivy.; I. L.. VMIIiams, Knox
ille, Tenn.; w . B. I.rwin. .New York : ri
ll. Lcwistou. N. C: C. Ii. M. l l..r Ai.
lantu, On.; A. T. Stwle. Tenn.: Inn. Mc
Millan. Hickory. N. C: E. C. Chirk.
Washington. I. C; J. F. Brodticld. New
York; Mrs. M Parks, Black Mountain ;
Judge Phillips. Tnrhoro, N. C; Jan. F.
Ronaii, Savannah, t!a.; T. F. Fitigrruld,
Kn.ixville, Tenn.; A. L. Ileal, llanvdle,
Vn.i Mrs. W. F. Icadv, Mrs. C. Winnie-
myer, Richmond, 'a.; It. C. Chanipiou.
Black Miiuntain; . A. Wtithc. Knox-
Another Lineman Injured.
W. E. McFiiilden, a lineman for the
Vople's electric light conmnny wns nt
work in n tree on North Main street this
morning when the limb broke, llelell in
he ground nnd Ins arm wnsdislocutcd by
he full. The electric company and its
mplovrs are having hard luck as this is
he fourth man injured within ten days.
AITAIKS l! COSSEjjrEXCE.
Stanley nnd his wife will sail for New
York on the Teutonic on Oct. 1"J lo begin
his lecture tour in Amciicn.
Botilungcr, it is rrtioi trtl.hnsdrveloneil
into a bloated being, wit hunt nnv ideas
beyond satisfying his uninial apictite.
Messrs. Dillon nnd O'Brien are brim.
lioiiired in Paris, and the report thnt the
Brilikh government had naked lor their
extradition is an absurd invention. Thev
will sail lor Havre in La Chanitmunr
The population of Pennsylvania is
,i!H,57-, an increase ol 'iU,&& jierccnt.
The Amerirnn Institute of Architects
will meet in Washington next Wediiet-
A negro who made nn nttemnt tn ns.
sntilt n tlaughtcr of a late chief justice ol
(ieorgia was taken from ofliccis and
Ilrntlstreet's speclnl telegrams reuort n
gain in the volume of trade distribution,
with n linger Southern demand than
From every pnrt of South Carolina
comet news of the getting together ol
the regular Ihmocrucy. Senator Hump-
in misstated that hi will tuiinort the
The New Orleans citv council has
(looted n resolution ex nrrssinir a drier.
minntion tn break up the Mafia organi
sation of that city, members of which as
sassinated the chief of police, and ap
pointed a committee to devise meant to
Judge John T. Stonewall, of the supe
rior court of Cedar Rapids, In., hat ren
dered a decision in three liquor case
brought untler the Iowa prohibition stat-
bntdcep. In this a lady lost unir of i nte. Thrdreiaii
valuable pair of carrinm and. itranae to tlie Iowa atntut unpnti.llliiltni.nt
tny, found tbcm in a few minutes. I inopenttivt.
tion of being the fint, most effective
and rcliuble nrticle ii. the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIeaoachb. The
immense favor which lias greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is tome
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative xwcrt it doet not de
uend upon the tubtle influences of tucb
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is a a Cathartic, d.u-. .
lisarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiur advantages of Antimi-
grume consist in its being thoroughly
reliable at a cure for any kind of head-
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These quulitict make it
the moat popular and saleable article in
the market, wheicver known.
DIRIi..ON8 FOR l'8B.
The doae lor an adult la two teiUDoontnla
n a wine jrlasa of water. Doae fur children
in proportion, according to ag. lo cither
use trie doac can tie nutated ever, thirtr
minura until a cure ia enrrtrd. One dow will
always drive away aa attack of Headache,
icu wneo nrat feeling the premonitory
ymuturna; but if the attack ia welt on, and
-idT. nnK ia inutiae. the second or third doae
may lie required, t'annlly a greater number
f ilonca ia required to encct the first tun,
than ia seeded lor any aucceedlna time h.r-
lifter, ahnwing that the medicine la acctma-
ative la Its effect., tending toward aa erne.
anl permanent curt
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