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WANT, FOR SALE AND TO RENT
BEIS THIRD PAGE.
VOLUME VI. NO. 152.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping an u
Situated in the
Of WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
I'lilness and benuty of
An elevation of :t.8O0 feet,
It is being laid out with
ttiste and skill, with well
graded roudH und extensive
A desirable place for tine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrate! pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
I.lnTllle, Mitchell Co., N. C
Tbr large .lock of new no
.Ilk. recently purchased by
Mix Klltck while North aev
arriving dally. They art both
beautiful in deign anil cheap
Call and ln.ict.
jo Mouth Main Streel.-3
J3 ft. MAIN HT. AHHIiVII.LK.
-I.THB FLICS !
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Apr in ft
Walt.. b. Owvs,
W. W. WT.
GVYN & WEST,.
iMucccsaora lo Walter B.Owm)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Comlss4oaers olDeed..
OfFICIt Oonthcaat court Squat.
"THE SUN 00 MOVE,"
And so do. A.helll The rnt hu.tlliig
act 1. now lln performed by all gcnulnc
tiu.inc.. ot.a of th.
OP THK aol'TII. livery man ha. hi. schrme
and a. rtl.tr. It la mo.t caws lo not unwlll
In. ran. W. don't mind tcllmg you that our
achem I. to Mil all th I. nil and In.ur nil
th property w ran, liefor "The Robins
Neat Again." W.bare just lieen appointed
agent, lor th Old RellalHc Pennsylvania I'lrr
Inaarnnc Co., and w want you to Iniurr
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Rooms Jkio, McAfee Block,
. an Patton An., A.ImvIII. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford av. thnt H O. Rwnrt
told him that be beurd Jim Oudger .ay thnt
Uob Viinee told him that Koiw Bliu. heurd
thatthrrewa.no dotiht hat W. W Rollin.
.aid thnt Tom Johnaton thought that Bob
Purman had told Hitting Ball that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney that it
generally believed that Dan Keynohl.
had .aid in plain terms thnt he heard Jack
Wnrley ay that hi. friend John I.. Bulllvan
hnd .aid that Hill Denver Informed him lit
the coiitfrcsaionnl convention In thl. ritythnt
it wu. u well known fuel thut the House
keeKr. Union had cuuaht ('.en. Clinftman iu
saying that in his opinion It wit. h inatUT of
fuel und of grcn . public liilercHl that J. J.
Miickvy Intimated to Jr.. Lowrv that Hill
Nye had uld while attending the county eon
vention laat Kulurday that anyone caught
reading thi. .hall repair at once to the .tore
of A. II. COilPKK, North Court Square, and
Inapcct hi. mammoth .tuck of ull kind, of
Orocerles, Provisions, :c., wh-re urrHiigr
ment. have laren made to I'urni.h you all
kind, of 8taple and fancy Groceries of the
Heat Uuality nt the Lowet price.
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is nil 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 wput into effect Oct. 0th
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 nil
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
I)rcHs(!oods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps und Glassware.
We enn fit out n family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
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
learn our prices before you
buy, imd it often nmountsto
a big saving in money. Coun
try people particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
I heir winter supplies of
Shoes, lints, Clothing, Dress
es. Overcoats, Pant Cloth,
und Blankets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they con buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, und remember the pine,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan, m urely placed at H er cent.
SI4 Ik aft Patton Avenue ftecujd door,
( Formerly. of Lyman Child I.
Office No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Bualneaa
Loan, aecurrly placed at per cent.
Large eool. alrv room., hour newly rur
al -hciii good table. Term, rea.onable. (in
,,ret car line. L.BMATHKM.
JulylSdnm " Patton Av.
All person, are notified that all Innda he-
i i-.. ... .1 Wm-mi A.hrvlllv Itnoruvemcill
Company and B. O, Carrier. In the vicinity of
the nuipaar sunni. auu "; ""riuiitu
uoatrd. a. O. CAKKIKR.
(Jo to Carmichiu'l's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at till times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign mid
domestic. And you can rent
assured that your prescrip
tion will lie filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescription ists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C,
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Pl'BLIC HQ C ARK,
Our Autumn stock is now
very full and attractive, and
wo iipo nellinir ii larrrc Quanti
ty of goods. The stock whs
selected with great enre, as-Miit-iinr
vt'i'v lute and fnshion-
able Htyles at bottom figures,
the important adviun-e in
ni-icpH which has occurred
since the purchase making
a 1 I
the goods siKM-iany cneap.
Ah we hIulII have to nav
higher jirices in the near fu
ture, tne mornl wouia si'm
fn ln! Uiiv earlv such ii r tides
as you expect to use this sea
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes. Dry
stery (ioods, lints,
Carpets and Gener
7 A 9 PATTON AVE.
1. our motto, and we know the people ap
predate It, for they ha proven It bv th.lr
liberal patronage. We think that wr are
bctur prepared now than ever before to give
ourVuitotner. tbe benent or low price, in
Our Urge e.prrtrnce and incrru.ing bu.l
nc.. Ju.tify in making thl. atatement, It
I. needle., for u. to enumrnitr ihe dllierent
article. w carry, We cll Ihe
And can alwar.guarantec them to give .a tin.
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our facllltle. for delivering good, promptly
WJIlll.HaALIi AND MBTAIL ONOCHNd,
Cor. Pattua Avenue and Mala Street.
THE NEVS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
HOW THE M'KINLEY BILL HELPS
MAMHOWIMU OCR MARKET
FOR MINNEHOTA FLOIK,
Mankato, Minn., Oct. 30. The Man
kato flouring mills hiive been informed
by their Chicago corrcipondents that,
owing to tbe McKinley law, the flour
merchant! of Holland and Belgium will
not buy any more of the second grade
bakers' flour made in this country. Thin
shut! out a market which ha. annually
takeu over 12,000 barrel, of this grade
of flour from the Manknto mill aloue
The result will be the discharge of a large
number of men.
A BOGUS TICKET OUT.
THK KEPIBLICANK ARK C1M
Dcmocrata, Look Out for Tlckctn
Having matbera1 Name on
Ttacm In Place of Jonea' They
The ticket given below, tyKgrnpbical
errors nnd nil, is being circulated through
out the district bv the republicans. It is
npparenth the straight democratic
ticket, but the namcof C.torgc- H. Smutti
er, the republican nominee for solicitor,
iipprarsat the bottom in the place of
(dirge A. (ones, the democratic nominee.
Mere is the ticket:
I'or Chief Jurtlrr nf fnr .N'liirrmc Court :
A. S. MI-KR1MON.
Ifur AsiwclHteJuKllvr of the Sutreme Court :
for Sufierltir Court Jutliee:
1st I list. Ceo. II. lUown, jr., ol Hcaulort.
2nd I Mat. Ilcnrv l(. Hrviin, of Criivitn.
4th Iiist. Spier "Whilnker. of Wnkr.
"ilb Dist. K. W. Winston, ol ("nTnville.
ill h IHst. I-:. T. Uoykin,ofSttiiiMou.
7th I'isl. Jiimes H, MclrviT, of Mnorc.
Mth Dist. K. I-'. Armlii-lil, ol Ireilcll.
Kllb Mist. Jiio. lirnv llviiuin, of llurke.
11th Hist. W. A. Hoke,' ol Lincoln,
'or Snlieltnr. Twrllth Jmllcinl Hittrh t .-
I'.liO. II. SMATIIIiKS. ol lluvwood Co.
This niciina thnt (he republican piirtyin
hecoining dt-sptrnle ami i. ilctcrtnincd to
carry the coming election nt nil hamrda.
livery ilrmncrnt should see that he vote
Ihe drmocrntic ticket, the whole dcino-
inilic ticket nnd nothing but tbe drmo
Watch out for frauds as there are sun
to be attempts iniide to ucrietrutr them.
AN IMPORTANT POINT.
In PHjme.it Ky Auolher of Natu
ralisation Fee. Urltsery T
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 3U. B. E. Thomas,
of Omubn applied to the supreme court
for an injunction restraining (too recentlv
nnturnliicd citizens of Omaha, from at
tempting to cast their votes nt the next
election nnd several judges of election ol
l Hat city trom receiving such votes it
The claim made by Mr. Thomas was
(hat the icrsoniil rights league, an uuti
prohibition organization, bad paid the
ices reitiired for the nnturnlization ol
these parties Hnd that this action
amounted lo hrilwrv.
The court refused to take' jurisdiction
on the case, but it is understood the
Miction will lie presented to the court
again in another form.
A Ureal DctnoiiKlratlou In C'nivaif o
C'liiCAoti, I h i. 3D, Amid the most im
pressive ceremonies ol which the ritual
nt the Catholic church is cupnhle, Arch
bishop I'Atrii k A. Feehan celebrated yes
terday morning the twenly-hfth anniver
sary of his elevation to tlie hpiscopacy.
The scene in tlie cathedral ol the
Holy Name on Surior nnd State
streets was n brilliant one. Hut
the crowning glory of the celebra
tion was the torchlight procession, which
in point of magnitude nnd brilliancy hn
probably never Iweu surpassed in tin
west. Over i!fi,0(0 men were in line
bruriiig transparencies, flambeaus and
colored lights, while over the entire line
ol march the streets seemed arched in lire
by a continuous stream of rockets.
la) IT MALICKT
A Tcunewiec Judg-a ludlcted for
Gallatin, Tenn., Oct. 30. Judge 0. II.
Poster, of the county court of Sumner
county, was indicted yesterday by the
grand jury for forgery. Against him there
are two counts. One that he issued his
salary of $0,0011 in advance', and the
other is that he Ittiiidulcnlly issued war
rants to the clerk of ihecircuit court. Tbe
trial wus taken up yestmluy in the crim
inal court and has held the undivided at
tention of the public. Judge Foster's at
torneys claim the prosecution isactuated
Railway Train Men's Meeting.
Los Anoi.i.ks, Oct. 30. The national
convention of the brotherhood of railway
train men which has been in session here
for the past ten days closed its labors
last night nnd adjourned. All the old
ollicrrs were re-elected und the federation
was ratified. Ilimton is tbe next place of
meeting. The adoption ol the master
enr builders coupler wnscntcrtulncd.
Died Jual After Marriage.
Wahiiinoton, Oct. 30, Mr. llntigh
niont Howe, ol the state department,
married yesterday to Miss Mary Butter-
worth, daughter ol Krprrsentntlve Hut
terworth ol Ohio, died to-day of pneu
monia. Tne Kitypllau Cotton Crop.
Cairo, Oct. 30. Latest estimate of the
ize ol the l'.uvutuin cotton crop places It
at 3,000,000, conturs, un increase due to
the recent hue weather.
airlke Declared Of.
Huston, Oct. 30. The strike of the
journeymen free stone cutters, which has
been In progress since February UH, is de
Tne Hon or a Rich KngllNhiuau
tttaot at Cumberland Unp,
Knoxyili.b, Oct. 30. Youne Morris
Watts, the son of the noted steel and
iron mini of London, went to Middles-
buro recently to visit bis brothers, who
are erecting nn immense furnace there
Late yesterduy afternoon he wus out
hunting, when suddenly some one shot
him through the groin. Watts fell insen
sible, but later regained consciouaness
and crawled to a resilience. It is re
ported thnt he may not live.
Watts' father is many times a million
aire, and is said to be the largest coal
dealer in the world. His invrstnunts nt
Cumberland Oan nnd Middlesboro. when
the plunts are completed, will amount to
$3,000,000 or more.
There is no clue.
GOES BACK OX MR. EWART,
EDITOR MORRIS WILL VOTE
F.wsrt's Memory Becoming Too
Wow tor Hla Follower lo Hear
With That Begging Circular.
The Hendersonville Times of this week
quotes Mr. Gwurt as follows:
"The gentleman Crawford lays greut
stress 011 a circular sent in open envel
ops to the census takers und other
federal officers in tbe district, requesting
them to contribute a small amount, a,
to defray the eiensc of publishing the
Farmer and Mechanic nt Asheville, by
Messrs. Stansill and Morris, two young
men at Asheville who are publishing that
"The expression occurs in the circular,
'Mr. Uwart recommends you tu us, und
hones you will give us your cordial co
operation and suport.'
"Now. I wish to say that the mention
of my name in that circular was entirely
unauthorized, and I regret that the
young editors of that piiier should have
assumed to use my name in soliciting
Mr. Morris, on seeing tins article, sent
the following communication to Tin-:
EniTOR Tiik Citizen : I ndcr the
caption, "Uwart on Assessments," Mr.
It, U, bwnrt lias nn art ale in tne last is
sue ol his organ, the llcnilcrsonvillc
Times, in which he disclaims the fact ol
his authorizing the use of bis name in a
circular letter sent out bv the former edi
tors of the Farmer u ml Mechanic lo cen-
sus euiimeratorsaskiug lot contributions
to mil in the piililicntion ol 1 1 - t paper.
hile Mr. bwnrt did not place his sig
nature to this circular. 11ml did not. lis he
says, authorize us to put it there, it wus
nevertheless in accordance with his ex
plicit instructions that wc should call on
the enumerators und deputy marshals
lor aid. II Mr. K. attempts to deny this
statement and shirk lhrrcsHinsihihtv by
insinuating that we made tnlse represen
tations in said circular we enn turmsli
ibundance of proof of whnt wesnv, und
will do so.
Mr. li s name was not sinned to the
circular, but merely mention to show
(hut we hud his npprova. und sanction
in making the call upon tbe ollice-hold-
ers in the district, and we consider his
article in the Times as very unjust to us
and entirely uncalled for bv the facts in
the case. 1 will not vole for Uwart this
vcur, but on the contrary will vote for
Crawford und will work against Kwurt.
O. H. Mokkik.
Mr. Stausill refuses to talk on the sub
DESERVED Hits DEATH.
Tom Woolfolk'a Laat Word Waa
a Plea of Innocence.
I'EKKV, (in., Oct. 30. Tom Woolfolk
was bunged at 1,30 p. in. yesterduy, for
the murder, August 0, ISH'J, of Capt.
Richard F. Woollolk, sr., his wife, Mattic
Woodlolk, and their children, Richard.
aged 20; Susan, 17; Annie, 10; Rosebud,
Charlie a, nun .Muttie, in montns:
also Mrs. Temple West, aged M4-. All
were killed by blows 00 the head with
Vioolfolk made no statement on the
gallows but Dr. Warren read the follow
ing: 'I. Thomas l. Woollolk, realizing the
existence ot an infinite and wise and holy
Cod, soon to meet Him, knowingall thai
I have ever done and lullv understanding
that I must stand helore the judg
ment seat of Clod, und that to
day in a few hours I shall be
called into His presence, so solemnly de
clare mv innocence, and I leave, as mv
Inst declaration, that I did not take the
life nl my lather, or any member of his
family, or have any knowledge of the
person oricrsous whodid the murderous
AN EARLV NURNINII FIRE.
It Destroys Ihe Residence of Mr.
J. I. Brevard Near Ihe City.
The residence of J. V. Brevard, six miles
east of Asheville and near Long's station,
was destroyed by fire this morning about
daybreak. The lire originated in thut
part of the house occupied by the serv
ants and is supposed to have been caused
bv a defective flue. The ncighliors gave
all the ussistance they could but the
house was entirely consumed. A con
siderable amount of the furniture wus
saved. The loss on the building is
thought to be about $1,000. Mr. Bre
vard, who is awuy from home, has been
telegraphed the newt.
They are Advanced and the Pub
CmCAiiO, Oct. 30. A committee of the
express companies, apixiinted to ruise
the freight tariff, has finished its work
and a circular has been sent out notify
ing shippers ol merchandise bv express of
the adviincc m rates, me new scneuuie
tnkeserl et Nov. 1, and is based on an
advance ol 50 cents per 100 pounds Ik1
tween Chicago nnd eastern cities.
Made Hliu lusane.
I.onihin, Oct. 30. Hong, the London
porter whose wife and child were found
murdered lu the locality of South Iliimp
slead a few duvs age and for whose kill-
inn Mrs. Crechtun, alius Purvey, Hogg's
mistress, wus held by the coroner, has
Assassins of Chief Hennessy.
St. Louis, Oct. 30. The polite here are
in possession of information to the effect
that three ol tbe suspected Italians im
plicated in the assassination of Chief
Hennessy nave neu irom tneir mtiing
places In Newurieans ana prouauiy tney
are now Hiding in this city.
SWALLOWED HISOWX OATH
PITIABLE CONDITION OF H. ti.
He Telia al Handy Muah that He
Has Signed Ihe Alliance De
mauds, but Doeaii't ttuv It Wus
Oulv a Newspaper Clipping.
Proia a MKitTCorreNpondent.
Sanov Ml'811, Oct. 28, lH'.IO.
Kwart has signed! Defeat, overwhelm
ing and certain, is staring him in the face
aud in his Sx-cch here to-day he an
nounced thnt he hud signed the demands
of the Farmers' alliance. This was bw
nrt 's tiny to oien the discussion. He did
not mention the fact that he had signed
the demands in his first speech, but put
it off till his fifteen minutes rejoinder, so
as to postpone the scourging that Craw
ford is sure to give him one day later.
I can see lvwarl now as he stood un
der the shuck- of the great oak at Haynes'
store, in Rutherford county, willi his
hands uplifted toward heaven, und de-cla-i'il
Hun la-fore Cod he would rather
resign and quit the campaign than to hu
miliate himscll by signing these or any
other demands that might be presented
to him for his signature. 1 can sec hi
lustreless eye ulinost glisten and shine as
he shouted at the top ol bis voice that lie
would sutler his right arm to be torn
from his body before he would sign any
demand from onvbndv. He was then
claiming to lie standing in the pride ol
nis manhood, too exalted to sloop to
pledge himself to any party organization,
lie had gone to congress with no collar
around his neck, and resignation and
retirement from the campaign wr.s far
preferable tu tbe humiliation he would
lecl ut having allowed his hand to sign
bis name to any demand trom tny quar
But the great Hamilton Clover has
climbed down from his exulted wrch ol
persuuul independence, lie lias not oulv
come down, but in the fall he has gone
back uimjii his own word und denied bis
own statement. The democratic hosts
were closing in on him, his party was
leaving him, dcleat was looking him
steadily iu the eye, and bis heart and
lions ted manhood tailed nun. And the
lust condition of this man is worse than
the first. Iieleat in the xisiliou which
be liimstlf had chosen, and upon a line
marked out by his own judgment, miL'hi
have carried with it regret but regret
would not have liccn tinged with dis
honor. He would have at least hud the
consolation of knowing that he went
down as docs the man who lights and
fails for what be Iwlievcs to be riuht.
Hut how is it now? He declnrts he
never said he would not sign, nnd in his
desperate struggle to evade the defeat
which is so apparent to ull. lie sums tile
demands which he spumed with ull the
lorce "I bitter invective a lew short weeks
ago, und cries out in bis I'reuzv,
runners, I 11111 willing not only to
sign your demands, hut 10 swear that I
never said I would not sign tlicui, il you
will only not desert inc."
"I would rather lie a dug,
Anil hay tile njoon.
Than nuch n Komun."
Wc wonder w hat the thoughts of the
200 men w ho heard Ivwarl's declaration
at lluy lies' store will lie when they learn
that he has swallowed his own oath and
signed tbe demands of the farmers f
hipH'd, crushed, delcaled, disgraced.
II. Ii. Uwart will go buck to the walks
of private life alter .March 4th, without
having even, the solace 01 knowing mat
he did nothing, and took no posi
tion in the campaign, not in pcr
lect consonance and keeping with
true manhood and genuine integrity, but
on the contrary he w ill have the dismal
reflection continually U'lorc hint that he
hud not tbe courage ol Ins own convic
tions, but bartered his maiiboodandsold
bis integrity for a mess of pottage and
never got the ioilngc, either.
J- ' h"
ai-imks 01- co.siijjri:xcii.
The liiiaiiciat report of the cOiihitiou
recently held in Edinburgh shows it tle-
hcit ol Jl.lO.OOII.
In the opinion of the doctors w ho ex
amined tlie mental ami physical condi
tion of the King of Holland, that mon
arch's health incapacitates him Irom rul
It is denied that Secretary Blaine has
approved tbe action of Minister Mizner
in the llarrundia ullair.
Tlie brotherhood of locomotive engin
eer have selected Atlanta lor the location
of the next international meeting.
Mr. James McCreary, a leading New
Vork imiHirter und a former anient pro
tectionist, bus liecome a convert to tarifl
Mayor Filler of Philadelphia has di
vided that nn enumeration of tbe city's
Hipulatiou shall lie made ny the city ail
Sitting Hull, the famous Sioux Indian
chief, has la-en inciting the Sioux Indians
nt tbe nucnev to nn uprising hv tellini!
them ot his lira very ul the Custer mussu-
The Mexican government has placed
an import duty ol y.itio a cur on cattle
shioiieil Irom the Tailed States to that
country, in reiitii.uiuii iur me u rtiuicv
Cot. V. I.. Ilancy, one of tbe oldest citi
tens ol I'loriila. died at Ins home near
Mills, on St. John s river, recently. He
was 85 years old and graduated in the
class with Jefferson Davis.
A call has been issued for a national
convention ol the nun partisan Woman's
Christian TcniH-rance I nion to assemble
ut Allegheny city, lenn., .No vein tier III,
lor a three days session.
I tennis II. Sullivan, treasurer of the
Father Matthew total n list inence society
of Newport, K. 1.. is Iwlicvcd to be short
in his accounts ithotit $1,300 and his
properly has Ik-cii attached lo recover the
The movement made bv ladies in Balti
more. Huston, New York, 1'hdndcluhia
Washington and other cities to raise
$100,000 lor the higher medical educa
tiou of women bus Iwen succcssliil, The
gilt was presented to the trustees of
Tubus Hopkins university yesterduy and
was lormitlly ucceptcd
In proceedings which have been begun
in the United States court of New Vork
by the Importing firm of llultin, Joseph
oi Cp., involving the legality ol un impo
sition ol duty It is set lortli that the Mc
Kinlcy administrative act classifying
worsted clothes as woolens lias no lorce
as it was never passed according to Inw
there being no quorum when it was said
to have been passed
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results. It is 11 a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contuins
uo noxious or siekcuing ingredients.
Tbe peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist iu its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of hcud-
icbt without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or uuuoying after-effects,
us iu the case ot other so-called "Harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular uud saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
IHKEl. I.ONo PUR C8B.
The done lot au adult 1. two tca.poonful.
in a wine a'"., of water, lioae tor children
in proHjrtion, aeeorditiK to age- la cither
cum: the i!oc euu be repeated every thirty
iniuue. until a cure I. cOceted. One doc will
alway. drive away an attack of Headache,
tukeu when tir.t (ecliuK tbe premonitory
.yniptom.; but ii the attuek I. well on, and
ultcmiti i. intense, the second or third don
may be required, faultily a greater number
of iIom-. 1. required to cneet the flrat cure
tbun i. needed lor uny succeeding- time there
after showing that the medicine I. accumu
lative in iu etlcels, tending tuward an event
ual pcnnuuciil cure
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