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Asheville Daily Citizen
WANT, FOR SALE AND TO RENT
SEI2 THIRD PAGE.
VOLUME VI. NO. 159.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1890.
PR IPR R PFMTS
A place planned ami devel
oping as n
Situated in rlic
MOV NT AIMS
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lienlth
lulneHH and beauty of
An elevation of :.H feet,
it is lieing laid out with
iaHte and Hkill. with well
graded roadn ami extensive
A desirable place lor tine
A good opportunity for
pnfltable investments. For
illustrate! pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
The I urge slock ul new nov
elties recently purchased by
Miaa Klllck while North arc
arrlvinx dally. They are both
licautln.1 In ridgi! and rlicaii.
Call and lnieel.
30 South Main Street. 30
M . MAIN HT.. AHHKVILLB,
-11 tii ri.cs ma
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches,
11 pr la d
WALTM BWVK. L1L
CWYfT & WEST,
Iftucceuora to Waller H.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF UHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at S
Notary Public. Comralealonert ol Deeds
O FFICR Moatkeaat ConrI SMiaar,
"THE SUN 00 MOVE."
. And so docs Asheville The great huatling
aet la now twin performed liy all genuine
liualneM men of inc
OP THK anllTII. Beery man has Ma scheme
and he relatra It la mini caws nnt unwill
In care. We don't mind telling you lhat our
Khiai la to sell all the land and luenre all
the property we can, lielore "The Knlilne
Neat Again," We have lust lircn appointed
sarnie for the Old Hellalilr I'ennaylvnnln HI it
lim'irance Co., and we want you to Inanre
JENKA Jk JF.NKH,
REAL ESTATE AND IN8URANCE.
Room o A 10, McAfee Block
an Patten Are.. Aaheellle. N. l
Fa A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford nav that H O. Swart
told him that he heard Jim Otidttrr aay that
Hob Vhucc told lihn that Kope Hllatt heard
that there wni no douht 'but W. W Rolllrm
Maid that Tom Johnston thought that Bob
Purmao had told Sitting Bull that Buffalo
BUI had declan-U to J H. Courtney that It
watt Kenvrally believed that Oan Reynolds
had said In plain term that he heard Jack
Worlcy nay that his friend John L. Bui 11 van
had said that BUI Uvaver Informed him at
the cotiKrenslonnl convention In thf Hty that
It wa a well known fact that the House-
keeiiera' Union had cutiKht Ocn. Cllnicmun In
snyinjc that In his opinion it was a mutter of
fact and of wcat public Interest thai J. J.
Mackvy lutlnintetl to Jess l.owrv tltuv Bill
Nye had said while unending the county con
vention last Hnlitrilny that anyone caught
miillnu this sluill repuir at once to the store
of A. I'. COi'l'KK, North Court Kitmre, and
inefvt his mammoth stock ul all kind of
Orocerles, I'rovisions, VeM where iirrniw
mrnts have Iwen made to furnish you all
kinds of Staple and I'ancy r.rocvrlcs of thi
Itrst giiHlit.v at the Lowest I 'r lets.
Our Kail and Winter stork
of goods is nil in. ami is com
plete. This stock wasbought
so that we can sell it at our
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. th
will be from 10 cts. to."0 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larly Shoes am! I in warn e
shall sell our present stock of
Fall and Winter goods in all
lines at same ju ices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
Dress (Soods, Clothing, Shoes,
Huts. Factory Cloth. Tin
ware. Lumps and Glassware.
Wcenn lit out a family with
everyt hing to wear, from u
tinv shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for the grandfather,
from a marriage ton funeral.
You must buy your sugar
ami coffee from the grocer.
then come t o us, we can fill
out the balance of your
want. It is but. little trouble
to come to our store and
learn our prices before you
Imv. and it often amounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try iicople particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress
es. Overcoats, Pant Cloth,
and Illankets. 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 stow before you
buy, and remember t he place,
Real Ktttate Brokers,
And IiivcHtiuciit Agents).
Loana se urely placed at H ier nnt.
ile, a a Hatton Areiiue second Door.
AKTIIt'H J. Wll.l.a.
3H Catton Avenue.
Neat V M C A hulld'g. V O lint AO,
I formerly of l.vman ft Child I,
Ofllcc No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BumIiicm
Loana Been rely placed at S per cant.
Go to Cui-michael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all 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 Chemiculs to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be charged n
low price. Three it'gistered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. C ARMICII AFX
No. jo South Main Street,
Asheville. N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
We ask svecial attention
for Men and Hoys, and Wraps
of nil grades for Ladies, Miss
es and Children.
One price system.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stery Goods, Hats,
Carpets and Gener
79 PATTON AVKi
XIWILKIE X ATKINS.Cx
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES.
And Wholesale Fruit Dealer
NO. Ill t'ATTON AVI!., ASIIK Vll.l ll.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRADE.
We have constantly un hand la our retail
department all the delicacies of the aeaaim, la
choice Prillte, tine Cnnillea and fnney Cakra
Hpedallat In Trentlnic
FALLINQ HAIR AND SCALP DISORDERS.
unlet llourai a. in. to 9 p. m.
No. 9 North Main Street. .
Invalid Ladles Walled on at their llomca.
CUI.BHKATRI1 "NBWMAN NBHVB T(lN.
IC" ON ALU.
TO THE LADIESOFASHEVILLE I
Meean. W. H, Willlaitiaoa ft Co., request
the plrnaare of your company at their Art
Bahllilt, of the Maria carina; Machine and
Its work, rummeorlnii Tneaday Not. 4, end
In Haturdaj II. 10 PATTON AVBNt U.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
A BIQ FIRE AT OWENSBORO, KEN
TUCKY. HUTKL Ul'KtlTt. JIMP FOR
FIVE PERSONS MISSING AND MAY
OwiiNKiioKO, Ky., Nov. 7. Owcimlmro
wni visited lust niht ly the most de
structive fire in her history, and when
the debris is cleared uwny the conflatjru
tion will prolmlily be fm.nd to have liecn
attended with lusn of l. j At 1 o'clock
the lire had destroyed proicrtv to the
amount ol'$LTi(l,l)(i(i and was still burn
inj. At that time it was lielieved that
at least five persons had met their death
under falling walls, whileotlierswereseri
ously injured in jumping from the biirn
The tire originated in a pantry in the
basement of the Kudd house, a handsome
modern hotel which wus filled with
guests. The Kiicsls ran out into the
streets in their nilit clothing, while
many, crazed by fenr.jumiK'd from the
windows of the hotel. AmoiiK these
were two ladies and a child, bo"' of
whom are badly injured. Willin- i H.
Ilohn jumped from a third story window
of the Kudd house, fell on his buck and is
l-ive L'ui-als of the Kudd house uremiKS-
iiiK und they are believed to have been
burned to death while slcepiiiK.
Charles Lulieck, a triivclini' sakminnn
from I'hiladrlpllia, and Charles ll.iujonl.
of New Alliaiiv, liad u narrow rsciiM'
ind wen- baillv liurnnl.
A hiuh wind was Unwini; at the time
the tire orij;iliauil and alter the hotel had
ocen swept away t lit- names readied tne
Hank of Commerce buihhni!, next door,
and that, with the liuihliiu: oc-
niiied bv Marks und 1H15.u1, grocers.
and (Juicksere & Co., mcrch.int tailors.
was soon 111 ashes.
In n few minutes the firesnread an.iiad
the corner and burned the liuildinu,a occu
pied br Markers and 1 )iUuf Snlilli. butch
ers: Williams, furnishing ihiiIs; JiiIiii
Kciuhardt, lurmtiire; A. I. ml Icy s live
store buildiny and I). A. I. liuaus' livery
He Won't ThIU I'.ilcHa Forced lo,
Xkw York. Sovetnlicr ". Stanley was
met nt quarantine by 11 manlier of friends.
anion)! whom were Major I'oitd, Stan
lev's lecture agent, Col. Tluuuns W.
Knox, Kdwurd (iruntar-oii'l Col. (:in-
ley Anderson, who, wlnlr on the New
York llernld, scut Stanley on his first
African expedition to find Livingston.
Stanley wa asked to any something
about the rear uuard trouMcs. and the
stand the London pacrs have taken on
it since Stanley sdepartuix-lrom l.ngiaiai.
lie siud :
I do not wish to snv much about it yet.
I have not read the London paiiers cure-
I'nllv enouuh to exiiress an ntiiiiiou. I 011-
jret to stirring the mutter up unless 1 ant
lorccil to no so. 1 am jusiuieo uy nu
rov censure of the rear guard, which was
t he cause of the attack made upon mc.
The FartuerH and Laborltm Men
Would Have None or 11 Int.
1'iTTMit'Mii, I'll., Nov. 7. Scnal.irUuay
passsed through! the city last night en
route to Florida. In reply to the iiiery,
To what do you attribute to result ol
the election?" he said: "To 11 lack ol
votes," as a sly smile -.vreatlicd his lips.
'Do vou care ? said the reoortcr, to
express nnv opinion on the situation ?"
"It looks tu me, siiki 11c, "as inougii
the best tiling to do, just now, is to saw
wooil. It looks Irom the returns us
though the farmers and laboring men
had done the business lor us in this
"Do you look for an extra session ol
'No, I do not.
RMln and UaleH All Around Hie
London, Nov. 7. A licnvy storm pre
vails throughout (ircttt Uritaiu and Ire-
laud und much damage has lieeu done.
Kuiu is fulling incessantly and in many
sections the country is llooded. The
downiHiur is uccompnnied by a high wind
und rcKrti have liccn received ol muny
houses lieinu unroofed bv the utile.
The storm it esiKVially severe off the
shore. Telegrams from vnrious points
ninny the coast slate that un enormous
sen a running anil nun n nuuioer 01
coasting vessels have lieen wrecked.
Advices from llcl'ast state that a re
port has liccn uvcived there that a yacht
foundered in the Belfast lough and that
lis owner. 11 Scottish uolilenian, was
THlt "T1IRM4 CH."
la) II lo He Uohliled bv I he F.. '
Johnson City, Tenn., Nov. 7. It is re
ported that the Mast Tennessee, Virginia
and Reorgiu railroad has taken hold of
the Three C's railroad, and will begin
the onrrution of it in n few dayi either
bv lease or bv purchase. Chief Train
Dispatcher Loyal, ol the Bast Tennessee
mad, came up ycsicniny nun weui out
on the Three C s hv a iweinl train, ac
ciini.nnieil bv SuiKriiiteiidcnt Harris.
Those eoncenicil are very reticent. The
Three C's people sny thev know nothing
ul the contvmpiaien ueni.
KxploMlon of woverninenl Paw
Sii.vNniiAl, Nov. 7. A terrible accident
at Tul Ping F11, at which place is situ
ated the go vera men t mills for the ninuu
facture of powder. While wokmen were
employed about the inills an explosion
occurred which entirely demolished the
building. The lost of life was enoriuntti,
three hundred persons being killed, The
cause of the explosion ii not known.
l'rof. Koch Will Make I'ubllc AH
BivRi.is. Nov. 7. The discovery by
Prof. Koch, of the Berlin university, of a
method for the cure of consumption by
inoculation with attenuated tubercular
bnccilu. is exciting great interest among
the nici bciil nnikssum mill Invnicii
The National Xeitunc, which has de
voted consiilerable space to the consider
ation of the subject, says to-day that it
is probable that a motion will be intro
duced into the Prussian diet, looking to
the establishment ol a bacterid logical
institute, which will Ik under the direc
tion of llrolcssor Knell.
The prolessor declares that he is not
desirous ot deriving am material or ier
sonnl advantage from iiis discovery, and
says thiit he will make public his meth
od in all its details lor the bci.elit of llll
nianitv. ONLY 'FIRM WAS LACKING.
A LOCONOTIVK CH tSHKII INTO
No One Klllrd, but Several Hndly
lujurcd, and Hie Wonder Ih That
Any Hurvlve the Accident.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. An almost mirac
ulous escape from death by the occu
pants of the Jacksonville, i-'la., sleeping
car on the C inciiinati Southern road hap
pened at Inaction Citval H.IIK o'clock
The Louisville and Nashville railroad
crosses the Southern rond at this point.
When train No. 8 of the Southern road
reached the station this murniiijj 01
schedule time and stopped at the usuul
place the middle of the sleeier stood di
rectly aerosi the track of the Louisville
and Nashville. On the latter road 11
heavy freight wus coining from the west.
It should have stopjied two hundred
feet from the crossing until the track was
clear, but it did not slop. It is said the
brakes would not work and that the
grade was too sleep.
At any rate the train struck the slccier
in the miilille, t lie ciipuc plougiiing
through mid breaking ilie ear lo pieces
and throwing the occupants lie 111 and
Icll on either si.ie of the tiack. The en
gine left the track ami eiashul into the
bagg.'ige room of the l.ouisvillcatid Nash
Foriimnlcly the wrecked car did not
lake tire mid no one was killed outright.
The injured are: llcilsri I" Touslcy.
llclvidcre. III., concussion of the brain;
Mrs. S. W. Whcilcr. Milwaukee, knee
cut slightly ; Jennie K. While, three years
Id, Milwaukee, ii.iurcd about the head.
There are at Junction Cilv, Ky., under
medical treatment: I'.J. Wheeler, I-'ilid-lay,
II., slight scalp wound; bruises ot)
neck. I'rcd A. Shalcr, Imv, I'iniHay, O.;
slight bruises:. Davis D. Shnler. .'niolay
).; compression of chest
J licse tnrcr
are able to travel and will reach tins city
this afternoon : W. T. Harder. Jackson
ville, t-lit.. gem-ral freight agent Savan
nah, Florida and Western, badly injured
about the spine. II. N. Austin, assistant
general passenger agent Northern Pa
cific, St. Paul, Minn., badly injured 111-
A sad feature of Austin's misfortune is
that he had gone to Jacksonville, l-ia., to
lake home the body of his mother who
had recently died and her body was in
the hnggu'iccarnt time nl the accident.
McLean, conductor ol the sleeper, was
slightly injured, us was also the engineer
of the freight train. Mr li. II. North-
rup, ot hbcottsvillc, New York, a pas
senger on the wrecked slccicr, sum
lie coulil not account lor tne csenie 01
anybody on the ear. The engine crashed
tlirotigll It Willi sucn lorcc nun toe
whulc car was in ruins and the sleeping
passengers were thrown promiscuously
among the debris. The eirlavcd train
reached Cincinnati over three hours laic
a little after 10 o'clock to-day.
A I" ROM IN r. NT VIMTOR,
A man of short stature, but rutber
lieavv, and apparently not more thun
41) years of age, leaned against the desk
ul the Mattery I'urk hotel yesterday af
ternoon and absolutely reliiscd lo any a
ord to Tmk Citizkn with regard to pol
itics. Tint wus r.x-rtssisuini rnsuuns-
tcr-liciicriil I S. Clnrkson, who hat just
come here from Washington, lie bears
little resemblance to the iHipulnr idea ol
11 man who has decapitated ninny thous
ands of demnernt postmasters through
out the I lilted Stales.
Mr. Clarkson was, until n short time
ago, assistant posimusier-gcnerai, nt'i
resigned lust in tune 10 escape tne greui
democratic landslide which swept
through the country Tuesday, lie is one
ol the Ix-tt and closest observer of Hilit-
icnl iiticsiions 111 tne tuned Male, lie
does not apK-ar to be the least bit proud
of the way thf voters ol the country ac
quitted themselves nt the polls Tuesday
and when asKeii 10 tniK, staled tuat nc
(like the remainder ol Ins party I was out
of oolitic! for the present.
"I came down hctc," lie continued, "to
act awnv from utilities and to lienelit inv
health. 1 am troubled with asthma and
hove heard much of the excellent climate
of Western North Carolina and that is
whnt brought i.ie here.
"I am urcallv pleased with your conn
try. It is unique mid there it none other
like it to be louiid. I shall stay in this
section lor two or three wccktiiiiucxct
to lie hii'hlv benefitted."
Mr. Clnrktoii'tson.ll. Clarkson itwith
h 111. The two expect to tin consalcrnlilc
driving around Asheville and both arc
enthusiastic over the scenery.
THK NF.XT IIPltAilF.HNHIl'.
Huuer 1. Mills) Announce Thai
he In a Candidate,
ClIICAiio, Nov.". The Associated press
it in receipt of n dispatch from Koger (J
Mills, in reply to an inquiry whether he
would Ik a candidate lor the Snakeishii
ol the next House ot reprrsenlalives,
irlvinir in the iillirmative. W. 11, liyniim
J. II. lllotint, A. II. Hotel, Kepresentntive
Crisp niid.Mcnlon McMillcn lire also tnn
Had Taken all Maaonle lleicreea.
LoiiisVillk, Nov. 7. Hiram llassett.
pnat grand muster of masons, died at
Milleriville, Ky., to-day ol parnlvtit at
the age of 70. He hnd tnken every de
gree known to the order,
LATEST ELECTION NEWS.
IT'S ai.i. ONK-Hini-;o Al.t. di:
There Im MoIIiIiik lo Take Hack as
the Democrats) Continue lo Ualn
all AIoiik the Line.
CliiCAi'.n, Nov. 7. The Tribune, I rep. I
figures give the standing of the next
state legislature in joint ballot as fid
lows: Kcpnblicnns, 102; democrats, 09;
farmers' alliance, 3. The Iittci-Occnn,
I rep.) makes it republican. 101; dem
ocrats, lol ; farmers' alliance 2.
The Daily News, I ind I figures it, republi
can, lol'j democrats, lot); Farmers' alli
ance, 3. The Times, Idem.) adds the
Farmers' alliance men to the democratic
list with the lollowing result: Kepttbli
cans, 100; democrats. lo. The Herald
litem,) has it Republicans, 101; demo
crats, 102; Farmers' alliance, 1. The
full official returns will probable be nec
essary to determine the exact stunding ol
Mouth Itakota Alliance.
Minnkai'OI.is, Nov, 7. Latest returns
from South Dakota show result to lie
an alliance victory and that Loucks is
elected governor.' The legislature will
also lie alliance, the republicans conced
ing the dclcul of Senator Moody.
TliK Ciiizi:n presents he-rewith the
latest political news: Complete returns
from every county in Pennsylvania foot
up the plurality i'or Pntison, democrat,
for governor, of 10, 0X1, a democratic
gain us compared with the vote for gov
ernor in 1NM0 of "iil,5H. The rest of the
state ticket is republican. Sevetity-om
counties in Nebraska give the following
vote for governor: linvd, democratic.
ftu,142; Kiehurds, republican, 61.040;
Powers, alliance, oJ,.-tl4. Oklahoma
territory went republican. Indiana
is democratic bv about 20,1" 10. The
democrats elect 11 out of thirteen
congressmen. The legislature will In
democratic on joint ballot by OK. Thi
Colorado legislature will stand on njolnt
ballot: republicans, 'J; democrats, .'U,
n democratic gain of 14. Thi insures
the re-election of Teller, 1 rep. I to tin
I'uitcd States senate. In Michigan the
whole democratic state ticket is elected
by Irom ti.oiit) 10 lli.ouo plurality. The
legislature is also democratic. The
First, Second. Fifth. Sixth, Seventh,
I-it; lull mid Tenth congressional
district have gone democratic. The
New Hamnshirc Icgislutine it very
close, and neither party will have more
than three to live majoritv on joint bal
lot. Kclurnt from sixty-six Minnesota
counties give Mcminn, repulibcun, lor
governor, 74,oti".i; ilsnn, T.'.u.i; tiw
en, alliance, 4N.244 a plurality of 3.H20
r Men utu, with hltceu counties to Ih
heard I10111. It looks as if Merrtnm is
elected. The Connecticut republican
have a majority on limit ballot o'
eight or ten. The legislature will
have to nettle I he governorship. In
Wisconsin the entire slate democratic
ticket is elected.
a There Anv One Here Thai
Vou Know 7
fatten- I'mk.U. J. Merrick, S. I.
jibbous, P. II. Dahlman, Mis II. Funis-
worth, II. MalmUrg, New York; J. L.
Mrver, Atlanta; II. Ilollmun, rnilauci-
ihm; li. C. Slicdd, Richmond.
Switnmimiii : I. C. 1'ritchiird, Mar
shall, X. C; Tims. Turner, New York ; C.
. Allslou, Master J. li. Allston, S. C;
Sen. II. Similiter, Wavnesville; J. T.
Siinnis, Ilalumorc; A. A. Cliapman,
Kichmond; kc. O. II. Walscr, Jainaiea.
Y.; Frank Loiigliran. Hickory; II. C.
Tyler, Philadelphia : W. II. Sutton, Mur-
ihv; Liitnrr iturcii, i raiiKiiu, v.; . v..
Law. Louisville, Ky.
Men Kek : J. M. Howies, North Car
olina; F. II. Ilusliee, Kaleigh; C. S. Har
rison, NcwKrt, Tenn ; llco. II. King,
Kansas City; no. II. Kcnison, II. D.
King, Lynn, Mass.; Jo. A. I lord, Haver
hill, Mass.; I'errv lirettie, South Cure.
ma; J. D. Ilusstll, Joe DcSanson, h. b.
Johnson, Tennessee; S. C. Ilcighwny.
Aqiione, .V C.; 1. I). Minwili; J..M. Host,
Cmnil Central : 1. 1'. Morpbcw, Miss
Clark, Marion; M. W. Hell. Salisbury; .
P. Uowles. Stutesville; . II. Muyfield.
Cleveland, Tenn.; K. J. Ncul, IlowliiiR
r.rcen, Kv.; V. L. Fcs. Kichmond; . 11.
White, J. W. Kobrrts, Marshall; I. t.as.
.. . .. . ... ..1- i. :u. f
Ivllox Vine: It. i, n line. I'linvine, .
Udlord, W. II. Curtis, S. Ilronks, 11. C.
Kniidiill. M. M. Single. S. li. lirim. W. W.
Ziicluirv. N. C: I. A. lots.'. A. 11. Cams.
11I111 Clark, 1 rim.: vt. Kirov. Kicnmono.
.V T l'nittl.,rl. V. T. Im: V. I.. TurllV
h-ll, II. I.. Schtilholcr. W. W. Clark. H. ('..
Sutler. D. li. I leiniug. . . Ilowcuek, t..
S. Tomliu, S. P. I'liomiison, II, McCrnck
en, J. L, Davis, U. L. Fcrgiison, N. C; II
C. I'liinpton, tin.; Jot. li. Coiqur, Plnln
II'm a l.liile One.
Fnkki-okt, III., Nov. 7. The switch
men in the employ of the Illinois Central
rond went on 11 strike last night, causing
considerable delay to trains. Thev want
11 incrrase ol w ages. 1 nc C lncngo otti-
etnls sav the strike it a small mnller
that only nine men went out and that
their placet will be Idled.
AITMhS OF cossi:im.cii.
The lleluian itnti-slnverv society will
send three new agents to Africa.
Madame I'ntti. the celebrated singer, is
ill nt U-icester, F.tighiiul, Irom the ellccts
ot 11 chill contracted at u concert.
A Pari new simper hat confirmed the
report that Millet's celebrated painting.
"The Angiitis," has Ihcii purchased bv
the I rcneli government Irom the Amcr
run art association.
Mr. Scott, the dclented candidate for
iiiatnr ol New York, save the McKinlcy
lechng did the work.
Senator (iiirtuan says the force bill did
the business in the south und the tariff in
New liiighiud and the west.
Smith M. Weedisacnntlidiiteforl'nitett
Sliilcs sennlor Irom New York, and he
suys liovcrnor Hill is not a candidate lor
President Harrison has returned to the
ciiiiitnl from Indiana ntul it greatly tin
prised nt lite tesult In Pennsylvania, New
Hampshire and Massachusetts.
The friends of Governor Hill in New
York are claiming lor him the chiel credit
for the democratic succts and that to
him belongs the fruit of victory.
NE'ER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADE MAKK KB01STURUD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures) Every variety of Headache
AND NOTHING Kl.Sli.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa-
lion of being the finest, most effective
und reliable article ii. the market for the
speedy relief und cut e of every variety of
that common trouble, Headache. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It it tome-
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it doet not de
pend upon the subtle influences of tuch
poisonous drugs at
CHLORAL AND COCAINli,
Since it doet not contain nn atom ol
either ot these. It it absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by-
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is n a Cathartic, docs not
lisarrnngc the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable nt a cure for any kind of head
ache without rescct to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying aftereffects.
as in the case of other so-cnllcd "barm-
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, whcievcr known.
1HKUC..ONS FOR I'SB.
The duse for an adult la two tcaauounfule
in a wine irlues 01' water. lKiae tur childrva
proportion. accordinK to aire la cither
av the fliMM- cuu be rvwulcd every O.irty
tmnuea until a cure la encctrd. One ooae will
alwaya drive away an attaek of Headache,
ir taken when lirst feellug the premonitory
aynititotna; hut if the attaek la well on, and
uUerinK la intense, the second or third dose
may Ik-reiuirrd. t'suully a greater number
if dosc-a 1. required to ctTrct the first cure
han ta needed lor any succeeding time there
after, ahowina tliut the medicine is acenmu-
atlve in ita eltcets, tending toward an event.
unl permanent cure
For sale at
I. it ANT'S PIIAKMACV.
46 MOl'TH MAIN STREET,
ASIIKVIM,E, X. 1".
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