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Asheville Daily Citizen
WANT, FOR SALE AND TO RENT
SEE THIRD PAGE.
VOLUME VI. NO. 153.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1890.
1 - 1
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and (level
oping as u
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health-
J'ulnesH and beauty of
An elevation of :i,800 feet
Jt is being hi id out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A Rood opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress,i IMVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LlnvlUc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
Th largo .lock of new nov
eltic. recently purchased lijr
Miaa Hlllck while North arr
arriving dally. They are both
heautiful in dealgn and chenii.
Call and in.pccl.
30 South Main Street. 30
211 8. MAIN ST., AnHliVIM.B. .
. 1. THK Pl.ACS FOB
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
apr IN d
WALTt B. OWYN, W. W. WK.T,
(8ucccaaora to Walter B.Uwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Commlaeloners of Deed..
OFFICR ooutheaal Court Hanaro
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
And .0 doe. A.hevllle The great hn.ttlng
act I. now being performed by all genuine
liualnoa men 01 tnc
OF THB MOUTH. rtvery man fan. hl scheme
ft ho mIbIh it In mint cnra to not unwill
ing ear.. We don't mind telling you thnt our
aencme la to Mil all the land and In.ure nil
the property we can, liefore "The Kolilnn
Neat Again." We hnve Just lieen appointed
gent, for the Old Kelialilr lenn.vlVHnia Fire
In.nrance Co., and we want yon to in.ure
JENKS Jk JKNKB,
REAL ESTATE AND IN8URANCE.
Room Jk 10, McAfee Block
J Pattnn Av A.htvllla, N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T.' Crawford nv. thnt H O. rlwart
told him thnt he heard Jim Gudger .uy that
Bob Vance tnlri him thut Kope BHus heard
that there wa. no doubt hat W, W Rollins
.nid thut Tom Johnston thought that Rob
Purman had told Sitting Hull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney that It
wan generally believed that Dan Keynohl.
had .aid In plain terra, that he heard Jack
Worlry a.v that hl friend J'lhn I.. Stilllvau
had .aid that Bill Denver informed him ut
the cniifrreH.innnl convention in thin city that
itwuHuwel! known. fact that the House
keeper.' Union had caught lien. Cllngninn in
saying that in hi. opinion it wn a matter of
fact and uf grca ' public luteren tnat J.J.
Mackcy Intimated to Jen. I.owrv that HIM
Nye hud .aid while attending tile county con
vention lust Saturday thut anyone caught
muling thi .hall repair at once to the .tore
of A. I. CO'iPHK, North Court Siuore, and
inspect hi. mummoth .tock of all kind, of
C.roccries, Provl.lon.. .Sic, where arrange
ment, hnve been made to furnish you all
kind, of Staple and Jh'nncy C.rocrric. of the
llett Oimlity at the Lowest Prices.
Our Fall and Winter stor k
of goods ig all in. and is com-
plete. This stock was bought
ho that we nun sell it nt our
old prices. All goods boughl
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. (itli
will be from 10 ets. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larlv Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
Fall nnd Winter goods in all
lines at same prices as here
tofore, nnd that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
Dress Goods, Clothing, ShoeH,
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
ivercoat for thegrnndfather,
from a marriage ton funeral.
You must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer,
then come to us, we can nil
out the balance of your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to our store nnd
learn our prices before you
buv. and it often a mounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try people particularly will
save money if they will juice
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress
es, Overcoats, rant Cloth,
and Blankets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they can buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
;uv, a nd remember the place,
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan, at urely placed at N tier cent,
i At !ln Fatlon Avenue Second Door.
Formerly of Lyman Child t.
Office No. 1 -Legal Block
Strictly a Brokerage Bualncaa
Loan, securely placed at per cent.
1..F1M Mini, nlrv room.. houMa newlv fur.
ill-hill; good table. Term, reaaonabl.. on
.treet car line, me), J, L. SMATHKKH,
Jutyiadflm 81 H I'atton Ave.
JH 88P AtWUKItT A K B NOTIC K.
All neraon. are notified thnt nit land. be.
ih..1i. in tli.. Wnt A.hevllle tmurovemeut
Company and II, O. Carrier, In the vicinity of
the Ruliidur Spring, and Wet A.hevllle. are
poatetl. n. O. CAKHIKK,
(io to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and a,"
low prices. His prescriptioi
department is stocked witl
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign an
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your preserip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
nrescrintionists read.v to
serve you at all hours. Nigh
calls promptly answered.
W. C.CARM ICHAKL.
No. jo South Main Street.
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Oiii'Aiit.innn stock is now
vm-v full imrl attractive, nnd
we lire selling a large quan'ti
rv .if ir tods The stock was
selected with great cure, as
suring very late ami fashion
able styles at bottom figures,
the important advance in
prices which has occurred
since the purchase making
the goods specially cneup.
Am wa shall have to ttav
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: Uuv earlv such articles
as you exjiect to use this sea
son. H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stery floods, lints,
Carpets nnd Gener
7 A 9 PATTON AVE.
I. our motto, and we know the iieople ap
preciate It, for they have proven It bv their
lllicral patronage. We tblnn that wc are
better prepared now than ever before to give
oar enatomer. the benelit of low price. In
Our liirue c.ucrtcncc and Increa.liiK bu.l
nr.. Justify u. In niaklinf thin atntenirnt. It
I. nn-dlcaa for us to enumerate the illurrent
articles we carry. We aetl the
And ran always guarantee them tn give .alls-
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our faculties for delivering good, promptly
POWELL 4k SZHIDEU,
WIIULUbALU AND KBTAIL OHUCKKh,
Cor. Patton Avenue and Main Street.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
RUSSIA BEGINS TO WINCE UNDER
BIT A I.I. THK HORROR M OF HI.
BtCKIA ARK I'NHITIIiATr'D.
I.onpon, Oct. 31. A vtinnp; Kussinn
iiiumd Kcli'luiskv, who Kiicccvdcd in
iiidkiriK his cciiH'il from Silnriii utter
hfivinir served lutirtccn veiira llit-re, lias
urrived in thia city.
lie whs arrested in Vvlnti when only IS
years of hhc, on suspicion ot having in
his possession "revolutiontiry clocu.
mcnts" nnd xwf. concerned in a con
.piracy uenitiKl the uovernment. His
esrHK from Rilierin was attended with
iniinv hardsliiiis and perils, Mr. Kel
chosky is unwilling us vet to puhlisli
nn account ol Ins hie 111 exile and cs-
cn)e lor tenr tlmt hy tloin" so he will
enilitner Ins comrades kit 1 1 hilienu.
Me states that the exiles there are
greatly enconriincil by the expressions ol
svmiuitnv wit 11 iiiem, in tlicir lute nv the
American ieople and claims tlmt Kussinn
ifovernmcnl is mncli tllstnrlKd tnerebv
I he Official Messenger ol St. Petersburg
recently nnnoiinced tnut the rumors cur
rent in Russia thut Americans and oth
ers were severely criticising the Kussiuu
prison mnnugemeut were simply concoc
tions of the nihilists.
Mr. Kelchosky also lirins news that
two exiles named I'eshekerod and Muka
renko, recently arrested at Onsour, bail
been eondciuned to solitary cnnfmcnient
iKMidim: an ofticiul iuvestiuation for liuv-
iii),' in their possession clippings from
American newsnaiK-rs upon the subieetul
the feclitiR aroused abroad by the alleged
maltreatment 01 political prisoners 111
SIXTY-OX li LIVES LOST.
HMl'LT OF A IOI.I.IMON AT
A MpHnlHh Hteamt-r Run Into r n
(tchoouer, and Roth arc enl to
Xkw York, Oct. 31. The steamei
Humboldt, which arrived to-day from
llruzil, reports that the Spanish steamer,
Vizcuyu which sailed from here recently,
when ofl' Ilarneuut, was run into bv an
unknown schooner, and that the captair
and 61 passengers were lost.
Both vessels sunk. The fate ot tin
captain and ciew of the schooner are un
known. The chic! otticcr, second ollicer.
surgeon, one engineer and eight ol the
e-cw were picked 111 .
RKTTKR THAN I.VNI'HIMi.
A Plucky Wtii.e Woman KIIIm a
Neiiro Who Aaaaulta I'm.
Atiikns, Ala., Oct. 31. Last week dur
ing the absence of the husband of Mrs.
Matthews a negro made a brutal assault
utMin her nt the former's home near thut
city. The ladv seized her husband's re
volver and tired two shots ut the negro
who lied. Yesterday, the attention ol
party of hunters was attracted
by n congregation of buzinnla.
It was found they had been attracted bv
the tlcad body of the negro and that
both shots Irom Mrs. Matthews' pistol
had taken effect, causing deuth in a lew
A l.l NATIt KINI1,
Real C'cudltlon of Holland'!. Ruler
Told for lh Flrttt Time,
IIaock, Oct. 31. It hat transpired that
the statement made regurding the condi
tion of the king ol Holland by the doc
tors and ministers wot untrue. The
king's physicians say his hen I ill is good,
but that hcissiillcringfroniu incnliil mal
ady which renders him until to govern.
In oilier words, lie is a lutmlic. 1 lie
statements that he was physically ill
were made snnplv to delude the general
public and explain the necessity of ihcnp-
poininicnt ot a regency.
iONt'KDFJ VICTORY I
Probable Democratic Maforlly of
the Next Houne.
Washington, Oct. 31. The Cincinnati
Commercial Unsctte prints u table show
ing the probable complexion of the next
house to lie, democrats 1 (ill, republicans
in.t, 1 wo years ago 101 demounts unil
168 republicans were elected.
Hard I.lue for Lottery tlntiinlliig.
Ottawa, Out., October Ml .In answer
to hu inuuirv from one ol the ports ol
entry, the customs department has ruled
tlint Louisiana lottery advertising nun
other similar matter may lie received by
the various collectors 01 customs, nut
that iiersous to whom thrv are sent aim II
be subject to prosecution by the legal
Muanlau Auil.Jewlnh Feeling!
St. Pftkhsih hii, Oct. 31. (Iroescr has
issued an order to the police command
ing rigid adherence to the letter of the
anti-lcwtsh law anil saying mat tney
must comiK I he umilics ol (lie Jews e
IK-Iled from the empire, or transferred
from one part ol it to another, to iiccoin
Vonng Walts May Oct Well.
Knoxvii.i.k, Teiin.. Oct. 31. Morris
Watts, who was shut nt Cumberland
Oii yesterday, is still alive and it is now
uciieveo 11c win get wen.
Driving; Them Hack to Coal.
PlTTsiu no, Oct. 31. The I'hiladclpliiu
natural gas company to-dny nnnoiincctl
a nil ier cent, increase in tnc pricrtu nut
urnl gas as lucl.
A FAIR RKBKL.
At the Orand Opera Houao
The intensely Interesting war tlraiim,
"A Pair KcIkI," with nil the accessories
of realistic scenery will occupy the Rlnge
at the Grand 0iera house to-night. The
plnv has drown large houses wherever
performed, and critics have given it
good share of praise. Many persons
will be particularly pleasetl to sec the ex
terior and interior of the famous l.ibby
prison, which is shown will) every accu
CI'RK FOR tONSl'MPTION.
ProfeaHor Koch to Announce HIM
f.reat Dlttcovery Shortly.
Dkki.in, October 8H. The National
Zcitung announces in the most positive
manner that I'rol'cssor Koch, whose re
searches us to the existence of a bucillus
in consumption havenlreudy given him a
Huroiean reputation, is now ready to
announce to the world, having concluded
certain important exjicimcnts in which
he has tor some tune lieen engaged, Ins
cure tor that muladv.
The new remedy, it is said, resembles
the Ivmpb in vaccinatioa, it being pro
posed by its use to so inoculate tile pa
tient thnt the tulierculosis bacilluscnnno
longer exist, and this without nnv detri
ment to the patient's general health, or
causing the slightest 11.1111.
I'rolcssor Koch will be rendv to practi
cally introduce his invention in about six
weeks. riiilndclphut 1 lines.
THE REPUBLICAN G. A. R
FEDKRALOFFIt'lALH IIKI'HI I I'
A Letter That Nhould Cause Kverv
Mouthern Man and Patriot to
Vote the Straight Republican
1 he lollowing letter was received ny a
gentleman living in Mitchell county and
was to-day placed in the hands of Tin-:
HliAPOl .K TI-.Hs CiKANI) AKMV 1
or run Ki:i'i ni.ic, j
Washington, 11. C. I
Dear Comrade: We ore approachiugn
very important election, and I am verv
anxious thnt the bovs who wore the blue
and who fought for the stars and striies
will be true to the rcpulilican pnrtv, it
lieing the oulv partv that has been our
triend. All tiension laws tor our good
will come nlone Irom them. Therefore, 1
urge you to go into the fight at once, and
light for our grand and glorious party
until the poks arc closed. Sec that every
man who is with us is duly registered,
nnd see that every man votes for the reg
ular nominees of the republican parly
from the highest to the lowest office.
ou will see or write the chuirinnti ol
your republican county executive com
mittce nt once, and let him know what
von iiilcml doing, toiirnanicwashnndcd
me bv one ot the pension authorities.
W. tl. YiiA.v,
This Ik-uis Kuan's iM'ginj; tciisus cir
ular all hollow. It has Ik-cii said lime
and again that the l'i. A. K. was not n
IHililical organization, but this letter
shows that it is nothing elm- nnd that it
is for the republican pally mid ull the
money thai can lie sipu-czcd out of the
people for H-nsions. no matter whether
leserved or mil.
Note that the name of the iM-rsoti to
whom the letter was addressed was
t;i veil to Mr. Ycay, by an I'nitcd Stales
tension official. I udcr Harrison u pub
ic otficv is a private trust for the use ol
the rcpulilican party, though the ieoplc
must foot the bill.
There is one compliment in the bill lor
the democrats: "All ix-nsion laws loroui
good will come alone from them" the
republicans. That is to say, it is only
the members of that partv that will agree
as a principle of its platform to mnkc an
irganucu raid on the treasury.
AM KXCITINU CHAHK.
The Bear Hunt at Ramolh Veler
About six mouths ago ' llig Tom" Wil
son, the noted lienr hunter, captured a
good sied black hear near the Craggv
mountain. The animal was purchased
by u number of Asheville men, composed
if Cltus. W. Malone I-'. A Sumner, A. T.
Summev, r.,l. H. West, W , T. Kcvnolds.
X. A. Kcvnolds, lv. It. Atkinson. K. I'.
Walker. C. It. Davis. W. I'. Blanloii -
Co., S. II. Reed, C. II. rtlanton, W. T.
Chumliers, 1. lv. Sevier, J. Illuntou.J. I-'.
Woodburv. C. F. Kav, T. S. .Morrison,
Cupt. l-'arrar, llampion h'eatherston,
I 1.- I t T
, I , I OIIUCI, J. Wliogv, .1. r. .llllicr, I.
'l O. t." c O.... I? ,1I, 11 t
I . ciuiim, ii. o. . if .'oiiiico, I.
W. Sluder, l-'alvr Morris, S. Hemphill,
Jno. O'lionncll & C ., ft. A. Sonvlls, l.
C Wadded, I . L. .Mciutirc. t. v.. .le
Cartv.J. M. Young, Geo. Henderson and
Of these threcare incmliersof the North
Carolina society lor the prevention of
cruelty to animals.
The bear has been kept near Asheville
and yesterday" about l.'itl icoplc, gentle
men und ladies, on norsrliuck iisncmblcri
at Kamoib to witness the chase uf the
The war was lilKrateilon tlicKiinlKilv
farm and given a considerable start.
AImiiiI lortv tings, comprising the packs
of N. T. Cliamliers, lllaulon & Ziichnry,
I'ortcr ri llurnnrd and las. Young were in
the chase and bruin was first treed
on Lookout mountain, nlioul two
miles from the starling place.
The dogs were called oil' nnd the ani
mal given another chance. Alter being
treed lour times he winded the dogs and
wns declared the victor, I Ic was ciittghl
and brought back to the city and will be
chased again soon.
A Railway Conductor Arretted on
roTTSTOWN, Oct 31. Aiucricus I). Mis-
scmcr, of Pottatown, conductor of the
I'liilndctphiu and Hauling railroad shift,
inn crew, noon whom the coroner's jury
fixed the responsibility for the disaster
to the WilliamsiHiri express nt this place
Inst Saturday, in which two lives were
lost, was nrreMcd yeslerday on a wnr
rnnt issued by Magistrate I rner, of Nor-
ristown, charging the conductor with
criminal enmcssuras. lie waived near
ing nnd entered bonds in the sum of
f 1,000 tor npiK-arauce nt the IHvciiiIkt
(iiarter sessions lor trial.
KI.KCTRICITV KII.I.KD HIM.
One Neirro Uoes Koollnhly lo Hla
Death Denplle Warning
IImaIiihk'K, Pit., Oct. HI .In the lid
gar Tliomn steel works last night a col
ored mail named Kohl. Washington from
C'ulieier, Vn., reached nut his hand to.
wnrd nn electric light lamp which he lias
oftin been wurned not to touch. Some
one shouted a warning, but hi hand
touched the wire and in an instant he
On lo Africa.
Zamiiiam, Oct. 31. -Letter from limiti
Pasha snv thnt hi expedition I advanc
ing steadily and thut all arc well.
AN IMPORTANT MEETING.
HOl'THKHN INTKRfeVTATK IM
M Hi RATION CONVENTION,
It MeetM In Aahevllle In Decem
ber A I.nrge liatherlng; of Rep
reHeutative Men A Meetluit To
Capt. Natl Atkinson has received a let
ter from John T, Patrick, stale immigra
tion agent, notifying him that the south
ern interstate immigration convention
will meet in this city December 17-10.
This is the annual meeting of this asso
ciation and is culled by F. II, Chilton, ol
Austin, Texas, general manager.
This convention will bring together an
immense number ol Hie representative
business men ot the south and can Lc ol
incalculable benefit to Asheville and the
The association embraces the stales ol
Yirgiuiii, Wesi V irginia, .Maryland, Ken
tucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Icnnessce,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor
gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Lou
isianii and Texas and the icrrilorics ol
Arizona and New Mexico.
The basis ol representation will lie as
billows: 1 wo delegates Irom eacli sena
torial district, to lie appointed by the
governor ol the state or territory; foui
dclcL'titcs from -lie slate ut large, to Ix
appointed by the governor; two dele
gates Irom each county to ue appointed
by the board of county commissioners
o'rbv the chairman of the board; two
delegates from each chain ler ol commence,
board ot trade or corporate body in the
various stutes; one delegate from each
city or town, to be appointed by the
mayor or president 'it the trustees ol the
iilncc: two delegates trom each editorial
association in the states and teiritories
interested ; one dclcgulc Irom the passen
ger department ol each railway doing
business in the I lilted states.
The aggregate numlwr of delegates
will run into the thousands. 1 lie possi
bilities of what can Ik accomplished by
such a meeting in Asheville cannot be es
timated. The place w ill be brought into
notice in a way that has never been tried
belore and the'eitizens of the pluceshould
give their hearty cu-opcralion in inuking
their convention u success as lur as nicy
A meeting called bv Mayor Hlanton,
and President Powell, of the board ol
Irade, will le held in the court house to
night to make some preliminary ar
rangements tor the management of the
ullair. Sjieechcs will Inr mude by promi
nent men and an executive committee
will be appointed to tuke charge uf the
liverv business man is interested in
this and ull should come out to-iiighl and
PI.KAh.l-.lt WITH H1MTHADK.
iov.HtedmnnTnlkN politic srom
A line looking gentleman with a snowy
white beard aud handsomely attired in a
suit of black sat ill the oilier of the Na
tional bank of Asheville yesterday after
noon, eujoviug u good cigar. Il was cx-
Lieul.-liov. Cliarles M. Men man, oi vtu-
miugton, who has just purcliuscd tin
Oakland Inn procrlv in Asheville' sub
urb, Victoria, liov. Stcdman greeted
Tiik Cnizi!N with great cordiality ami
seemed to be in the lust possible trame ot
mind about his purchase.
I consider mat a very good traoe, as
1 had never seen the proK i ty," he said.
I have iiihI returned Irom a drive to tne
place and am greatly plcuscd with mv
trade. The vicw.ol the mountains is uiug
niliccut." Willi rclcrcncc to the political outlook
in his section. Oov. Stcdman said :
'll is exceedingly bright lor democracy.
In New Hanover coiiulv we exiiecl to
carrv the whole democratic ticket, lor
I lie first time in the history ol the place.
The canvass has Ik-cii conducted with
greul energy and the people ure deter
mined to w m. we cxiicct io iiuiKC a
gain ol "HO in Wayne county, which wns
democratic last year, aud m Pcadcr we
will make gical advances. inc pros
kcIs are good indeed."
liov. Mcdinuu leu nisi nigiii mr i u-
miugton. He will go .Norm in a lew
days lo make Itirllier arrangements lor
the reining ot his new proni ly lor u san
llh, UII.IIKMT II. TKNNKNT.
HIM Death al Wilmington and
Tim Cl i wns is pained to announce the
death of lb. 15. II. Tennent, which oc
curred in Wilmington, N. C, last evening
nt N o clock.
Dr. Tennent was well known in Ashe
villf. ntifl bail u-nn many friends bv his
courteous milliners, anil gentle, sympn
thetie nature. He hud rvcTtillv collllilt-
veil his iirolcssionnl studies, at the med
leu) college ot Louisville, Ky w ncre ne
graduated with distinction nnd gained
the affection and admiration both ol
fellow student und prnlcssors. It was
his intention to Ix-giu practice nt Ashe-
vi lie. his unlive place, w here lie seemca
to have n bright promise of usefulness
He wns but 3H years ot age at the time
of his death, winch resulted from n brief,
but severe illness borne by him with
marked iiiilieiice nnd resignation.
The burial services will at the Trinity
Episcopal church to-morrow, I Saturday 1
at 1 1 .30 o'clock, and the interment ut
CI.ONK Ol' THK CANVASS.
A Joint DlncuMNlon In Ihe Court
lion. W.T. Crawford nnd ll.li. Ivwnrt
the democratic and republican candidates
(or congress will sH'iik at the court house
to-morrow. The sinking begin nt 11
o'clock nnd the two candidates are enti
tled to one nnd n tpmrtcr hour each.
After these gentlemen conclude their re
mark, the county cundidates will Seak
in the court house. These siieeche will
, not Ik long.
Every democrat aud republican should
come out and hear Mr. Crawford debate
with Mr. Hwart and hear the littler
make his last dcieratc effort of the cum
paigu, The discussion will be full of in
Until the congressional and the county
ennvns close with to-morrow penk
Melted as It Veil.
Watkrtown, N. Y Oct. 31. About
four and a half inches ol snow fell in this
section lust night but rapidly dlsa-
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und reliable article iu die market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
thut common trouble, Hhadaciib. The
immense lavor which has greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merit and
acceptability to the public. It il tome-
thing which utmost everyone need, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it doe not de
pend upon the subtle influence of such
poisonous drugs us
CHLOKAL AND COCALNli,
Since it does not eoutuin an atom ol
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be taken by
young und old without fear or serious
result. It is n a Cutburtic, doe not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
uo noxious or sickening ingredient.
The peculiar advantage of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable it a cure for uny kind of head
acht without respect to cause leaving
no unpleusuut or annoying after-effects,
us iu the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities muke it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
IlKli...ONS FOR I'SB.
The done for an adult la two tcaapoonful.
n a wine glaa. of wuter. Ijok for children
proportion, according to age. In cither
cane the doac can be repeated every thirty
ininue. until a cure 1. effected. One doac will
ulway. drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when unit feeling the premonitory
tymptoni.; but if the attack 1. well on, and
.udcring i. intense, the second or third doar
may be required, t'.ually a greater number
ol do.es i. required to effect the tint cure
than i. needed tor any succeeding time there
after, .bowing that the medicine is accumu
lative in Iu cil'cct., tending toward an event,
ual permanent cure
For .ale at
I, KANT'S PHARMACY.
46 SOCTU MAIN STREET,
ASIIKVILI.E, X. t:.
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