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WANT, FOR SALE AND TO RENT
SEE THIRD PAGE.
VOLUME VI.NO. 160.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1890.
A place planum! and tlevel
oping tui a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lion lth
iiiIi.mhh and lieuuty of
An el.tVHtion of .1,800 frwt,
It Ih being laid out with
tnnte and nkill, with well
trraded road and extennive
A denirnble place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable inveHtnientn. For
ilhiHtrateil pamphlet, ad
dreBH, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
The Uric .lock of new nov
elties recently purchased by
MIm Blllck while North are
arriving dally. They rr both
beautiful in deign and cheap.
Call and in.pect.
joSouth Main Street. 30
aa a. main t., A8HBVILLB,
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 6000S
. AND TOYS.
Views and Sketches.
WAITS. B. OwvuT W. W, WS.T.
GVYN & WEST,
(.iwMior. to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF MHEVIUE.
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary PnhlK. Commissioners of lieeds.
OVPICB oatBMat Court quaro.
"THE SON 00 MOVE,"
Aad so does A.htTlllr Tht great huettlng
art Is now brine performed by all genuine
batlneM men ot the
OF THB BOtiTII. Beery man ha. hi. theme
art a- muim it in moat case, to mn nnwiii
In mmrm w rfnn't mind .elllnif von that our
MWM M IO BC1I HII m ,nu .liu ki.uiv "
the property we can, before "The KnlilnH
Neat Again." We have Just liecn appointed
agent, lor tne uio xeiianir .-enna.vivnimi nrr
Insurance Co., and we want you to In.urc
JENKS Jk JENKS,
REAL ESTATI AND INSURANCE.
Iloom o Jk to. McAfee Block,
aa Pattoa An., AahevilM. N. C.
P. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford un that H r. Bwurt
told him that he heard Jim Uudgcr aay that
Bob Vance told him that Kope Bllus hcanl
that there wa. no doubt hat W. W Rollins
aid that Tom Jobn.ton thuunht that Bob
Purman had told Hitting Bull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H, Courtney thnt It
wa. generally believed that Dan Reynold.
had aald In plain terma that be heard Jack
Worley aay that hi. friend John I.. Sullivan
had aald that Bill Denver informed him at
the congressional convention in thla city that
It waa a well known fuel that the liouac
keeper.' Union had caught Urn. Clinicmnn in
aaylnK thut in hla opinion it waa a mutter of
fart and at great public Interval that J. J
Mackey Intimated to Jea. Lowry that Bill
N.ve had eaid while attending the countycou
vention laat Saturday that anyone caught
reading thi. .hall repair at once to the .tore
of A. O. COnPKR, North Court Square, and
inaiiect hi. mammoth etuck of all klnda of
Groceries, Provlalona, &c, where arrange
menu have been made to furnl.h you all
kind, of Staple and Pancy llroceriea of the
Heat Duality at the Low-cal Price..
NO. 41 PATTON AVE.
Anheville'H New and Big E11
terpriHe iH Taking the
Lead in Low I'l-ieen
and Fine (ioodH.
Our Lamp Deportment i
complete. Many elegant ar
ticles mutable for prenenta.
, id in French China Dinner,
Tea, Ice Cream. Berry, Oat
meal, Budding, Salad, Punch
and Tete-u-Tete SetH we have
an endleKH anHortment. A
cane of Japnnene I'lates going
at $2 per dozen. A bargain.
e will noon begin to have
Special Bargain Dnyn. Thin
will be a new feature for un
all. Come to the Palace of
Bargains when desiring to
buy China, GlaHHware, l)olln,
and Pit'HentH of all kinds.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, House Furniib-
tngt, etc., etc.
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE.
FOR SALE t
mi proved and anita proved real estate, both
business and residence property; any hind.
any price, in ant part of thecHy. FARMING
AND MINING LANUft.
3 houses 8 rooms, 3 bouses 7 rooms. 1
house 14 rooms, 1 house It rooms, 1 housr
12 rooms furnished. Wanted several rooms
for sTcntlrmen near square.
I make a twcinlty or renting profiertv and
collecting renu. If you arc looking for a
house, consult my bulletin If your house
Is vacant and you want a tenant, list It with
me. No tenant, no charge.
C. F. RAY,
Real Estate Agent.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loan, ac urrly pluced at H per cent.
a a 36 Patton Avenue second Door.
ARTHUR J. WILL.
BN Patton Avenue.
Neit V M C A bulld'g. P U Boa AO,
I Formerly of Lyman a Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Buaineea
Loan, Kcarely placed at S per cent.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
... aa.uai ,074.80
E. D. Monroe, Agt.,
A.hevllle, N. C.
yrBce HII iouth Mala .treet, aulS dtf
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
We auk Hjiecial attention
for Men and Boyn, and Wraps
of all grades for Ladies, Miss
eti and Chililren.
One price syntem.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing. WrapH, ShoeH, Dry
(Soods, Underwear .Uphol
stery Goods, Hats,
79 PATTON AYE.
W.A.Blaik. J.V. Buown.
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friendH and the pub
lic generally to cull and ex
amine our well selected ntock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 65.
BLAIR & BROWN.
IWILKIE I ATKINS.C
uaNVPACTt'iaaa a joaaKaa or
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
And Wholesale Fruit Dealers
NO. ta PATTON AVI!., ABHBVILI.B.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRADE.
We have conatantly on hand In our retail
department all the delicacle. of the aeaaun, in
choice Prolta, tine Cnndle. and funcy Cakra
Hpecinllat la Treating
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP DISORDER
Office Hour. ; S a. m. to II p. m.
No. 9 North Main Street
Invalid Ladle. Waited on at their Homes.
CULKBHATBD "NBWMAN NRKVIt TON
IC" ON SALII.
TO THE LADIESOF ASHEVILLE I
Messrs. W. B, Williamson A Co., request
the pleasure of yonr company at their Art
Kihlblt, of the Davl, sewing Machine and
Its work, eommeneinc Tuesday Nov, , and
ln( taturday . 10 PATTON A VBNCK.
THE HEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
ECHOES FROM TUESDAY'S BAL
DKNOl'RAT HOLD A 1.1. AMD
Uakti'iihii, Conn., Nov. K. The first
art of unofficial return, from every town
thu, fnr retichctl nt the nccrcliiry of
tate'i office j;ivea Mnrria, dim., a K)u
lur majority of 27. Thi, in lr the fitcc of
the returnt and make no account of 120
repulilican votea thrown out in llritlf;r
pnrt, or 36 prohibition votes thrown
out in one ward in Wuterliiiry because of
Hei.kna, Mont., Nov.8. Although the
returns are not roinplcte, it is settled
that W. . Dixon is elected to courcan
over Tims. II. Carter, republican. The
complexion of the suite senate is still in
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 9. A statement
given out tram republican headquarters
announces the election of the entire re
publican ticket with tlie exception of
governor. Returns from all but six
counties make the tigures on Kovernor
ns lollows: Kichartls, repnnlicnn, 67,
608 ; Bovd, democrat, 6U.NH0; Powers,
independent, B8.1 7.
Dkh Moinks, la., Nov, 8. Unofficial re
turns from all the counties in the tie
Rave McFnrlan, (rep.) for secret n, ot
state 3,85'J majoritv.
Chic ai-.o, Nov. 8. W. O.EwitiK, (deuil
in an interview declared that he insleud
of Abner Taylor, (rep. I is elected to con-
Kress in the brat Illinois district. He
ays thnt votes for Abner Tnvlor in the
unofficial returns were contused with
those A. H. Taylor, the republican candi
date for appellate court clerk. In anv
event Uwinfj proposes tocontest the elec
tion on the ground that votes lor Ins op
ponent were onnlv purrhased at tin
polls. If Ewinc is Kiicccitslul the ilemo
crats will have all four congressmen from
Concokii. N. II.. Nov. 8. Chairman
Churchill, of the republican stale com
mittee, makes the foilowiujj statement oi
the claims of the democrota: "That thev
have a majority of the mcmlH-rs of the
legislature is unfounded in fact. The re
publicans have a good working majority.
They will organize the house and senate.
and elect n governor and I'nitrd Stater
senator to succeed Iknry W. Illuir."
M.l.w.u kkk, Nov. 8. The republicans
suller the loss of six congrt ssineu, iHsides
the legislature, winch will prohalily elect
rx-Sccrctary Vilas to suivecd Senator
CiiiCAiio, Nov. H. At Inst returns from
the stale of Illinois hnvcbccomcsullicictit
ly complete to announce decisively thai
the entire democratic state ticket ir
elected. The congressional delegation
from Illinois stands fourteen democrats
and six republicans.
I'lilLAiiKi.i-HU, Nov. 8. OHicial re
from all counties show It lie election to
congress of seventeen republicans and
eleven democrats. In the state legisla
ture there will Iw a republican majority
of fifty on joint ballot, u republican joint
ballot loss of nftv-two ns compared with
the present legislature. The new legisla
ture will elect a United States senator to
succeed J. Donald Cameron, whose term
will expire .March tli, IK'JI.
THK PKDKRAL COI'RT.
More violators) of the Revenue
The federal court continues to take up
and disiosc ol n large numlier of cases.
Judgment has been suspended in the
cases of Lit; Oliver, of Swain, and I). K
Bryson, f Jackson, who were yesterday
sentenced to one month imprisonment
and lined $100 and costs. Tile prisoners
have been discharged.
John Miles, of Haywood, hiioch Ten-
land, of Macon, Norwan l'rice, of liny-
wood and John rums, ol .swum, luivr
been fined $100 and costs, each, and sen
tenced to two month's imprisonment. J.
G, Wiseman, Mitchell, tin. been sentenced
to six month's imprisonment and lined
$100 ii nd costs. W. Allmnn, Cherokee.
was sentenced to three inonlh s impris
onment nnd fined the same. The follow
ing have been lined the same and sen
tenced to one months imprisonment'.
Andy McNcese, Haywood ; Adam Mnury.
Alfred Morrow, Cherokee; Nat Oaks, An
derson Oaks, Mitchell; J, H. Cruig, Oru-
All of these are charged with violation
of the revenue laws.
THK KKW TOWERS,
Thev trill he In the Mhapekira Trl.
The Peoples' Ktcctric Light company is
now negotiating for the purchase of four
towers for their lights.
The towers this company will use will
be of the O'lleirne pattern. They arc to
lie tripod ilwiied nud the supports will
be fastened to masonry nt the base.
The base will lie broad, the legs being
about twenty leet apart. The towers
will be 1W fcet in height. They will be
ascended hv means ol a row of steps on
one of the supHirts, The weight of each
tower will lie a.lMiu imnntis.
They will hnve to come Irom either In'
diuiia'or Illinois and will be second'
Cauacd t Reckleaaneaa.
Bvnaci'SK, Nov., 8. The coroner's jury
In the case of the rock cut disaster on the
Delaware, Laekawnna und Western rail
wnv Monday evening, decided thnt it
was occasioned by the flagman and op
erator. Michael A Llurk, who recklessly
and without authority, raised the lever
to the switch, thereby running one train
Nkw Yohk, Nov. 8. The total visible
supply of cotton for the world is 3,480,'
818 bales, of which l,IIUfl,318is Amerl
can. Receipts nt interior towns, 214.
6H9; receipts nt plantations, 3UU,00;
crop tn sight, n.run.atio.
Ks-fiovernor O'Neal Dead.
Nasiivii.i.k, Tenn., Nov. 8. Ex-Governor
lidward A. O'Neal died yesterday at
his residence in Florence, Ala., from pa'
ralysis. Got. O'Neal served two terms
as governor of Alabama.
A Central Committee Appolutt-d
Yesterday afternoon, at the call of
Mavor Illanlon, a meeting was held nt
his office, of the committee, previously ap
pointed by him lo make arrangements
for the immigration convention. There
were present Mayor lilunton, Messrs.
Matt Atkinson, K. M. Fiirmau, N. I'.
Chedester.J, I). Cameron, C, T. Kails,
and K. Mcllraver.
On motion Mr. Hlanton was made per
manent cnairinaii ot the organization
undCol.J. II. Cameron, iermuneiil sec
The clitiir.iii.il subsciiieiitly appointed
the following executive committee, which
is duly authorised to carrv out the ob
jects of their npixiinlment in doing which
the vo-oiernlioii of all the citizens ol
Asheville is earnestly ret nested : II, T,
Collins, K. M. Furiniin, Joseph Sludcr.
WHO AKK liACK OF IT ?
HVNOICATK llt'VH A Bit) TRACT
IN NORTH CAROLINA.
It la lu MndiMou and t'sneey Coun
Ilea Mlnerul Lunds to tie Devel.
oped anel Cnttlc Rnnlnu; and To.
bHL-co llroviiuii (ione Into On a
Johnson City, Tenn., Nov. 8. A svn-
dicnte comjiosed of I.ynu, Mass., and
Kansas City capitalists has secured by
purchase one hundred and seventy-five
thousnnd acres ol land in Madison and
Yancey counties. North Curolinn, which
they propose to develop at once, '
The land is heavily timliercd and con
tains mammoth deMisits of iron, ore untl
The company w ill Ik-capitalized at one
million dollars mid licside developing
ore uiiurs'niid titulicr they will encour
age cattle raising and tobacco growing,
build a manufacturing town and rail
roads connecting, their lands with lines
already in oicrntiin.
They will build) from I'aint Rock or
near there, ninkin;; connection with loitb
the Richmond nnd Danville and l-jist
K. II. King, of KansiiK City, is the
lending spirit in the movement.
THEY Si:L-THE LESSON.
THK MeKINMvV Bll.l. MI'KT HK
Mo Hays a Renubllcan Harly I'a
per In chlcairo A National Can.
cum NuiciteHted lo Conslderwsys
and Mean or Velllns Hack Into
Ciiicaoo, '..v. 8. The ICveiiiiig Jour
nal, for many years one of tin staiiiichrsl
ofrcpiblicau iiiK-r, in the course of a
double leaded editorial on the political
situation this oiicrnoonHiiys.
"What now shall lie the reniibticnn
course ? Simply I his: thut it must live
up to what nre us real principles. I lie
McKtulev bill must not stand unchanged.
It must be modified in utmost its every
feature. A national caucus of the
party has been held and its leaders must
oliey the dictates of that caucus. There
is no occasion for delay until the demo
cratic congress has assembled and the re-
publican senate given assent to tne
changes required. The republican party
is the party ol tne people untl one ol re
form within itself. It husnow its opMir-
DEATH f W. I- M'APKK.
Remalna lo Ret Taken
wheeling-, Weal Va,
Mr. W. L. McAfee died at his home on
Bailey street UiisniurningHlH.l.lo'clock.
He was a native of Harrodsburg, Ky.,
nnd was 71 years old. lie came to Ashe
ville uhnut two yciirsugoondhnsboiiglit
nnd improved considerable pi opcrty here.
He had been sick for about two weeks.
He left a wile and two daughters and
three granddaughters. The funeral,
will be ut lus lalcrcsMlcuce on nancy
street to-morrow at 1-' o clock.
Kev. McNcelv Dullosc will con
duct the services. The remains will In-
taken to Wheeling, West u., where he
lived bclore coming here, for burial.
V. M. C. A, MKKTINdi,
The Week of Prayer Occurs) Next
To-morrow afternoon, instead of the
usual evangelistic meeting for men, the
Young Men's Cliiislinn Association will
bold a public meeting nt the Presbyterian
church, which both Indies nnd gentlct, en
are urged to attend, hliort iidilresses
will be given iiHin tne "work lor toung
Men in America and Foreign Lands." A
male chorus choir will lend the singing.
Hull-hour prayer meetings lor both In
dies and gentlemen will be held each day
durinu the week nt 4.;I0 o'clock instead
of 4 o'clock ns untioiinceil in yesterday's
Citizkn. All arc invited to attend this
meeting winch will be held in thcassociii'
A I'I'.X WSoFcOXSIilJl Vi.YC'K.
Tli fink, tif Nfiasfin has tnkrn the until
as regent of the grand duchy of Luxem
burg. Fearing nihilist plots, the iolice prevail.
lions nt ail me nuasuiii i,i,,i, jmimiwb
The fear of famine in the west of Ireland
lins been acknowledge I by the officials of
the llritish treasury tlrpiirtment, who
have ordered a numlier of new railways
to lie built ut once in tne imiHivenslieil
districts for the purpose of giving the
Gov. I'littison intends to prosecute his
libellers to the fullest extent ol the law.
It is thought a new tariff bill will lie
among the first measures brought for
ward in the democratic bouse of repre
sentatives. The Philadelphians nre determined to
deal severely with bnltot box slulfcrs
this time, nnd there is a large crop of
cases for the courts.
' Cleveland for president, Hill for I'niled
States senate and Chnpin for governor is
considered to be the logical result of the
late democratic success.
THE CHARTER GRANTED.
IT PAHHKS I1H FINAL READ.
INU I.ABT NIUHT,
Home Hlreela Hlrlcken Out and
Other Inacrled Jury Report Ac-cepted-Hldewalk
lu Weal I'.ncl.
The question of granting a charter to
the Asheville Loan Construction and Im
provement compuny to build and oier
ate a line of street railwuy on Penlaud,
Hiawussce, Flint, Cherry, Haywood,
Mullierry and Academy streets nud the
extension of the last named street, came
up before the board last night. The char
ter had already passed its first reading,
and final action was to lie taken at this
As soon ns the charter was read Mr.
F. A. Sondlev told the board that the
lieople ol Flint and Cherry streets did
not want the railroad on those streets.
He produced a pttition, protesting
again the granting of the privileges on
those streets, signed by W. L. Shope, R
K. Porter, W.J. Alexander, J. Y.Jordan,
Jas, A. Howie, Mrs. Julia Lee. K. A.
Ilitvncr, F. A. S'liidley, W. C. Jnrvis, J.
L. McKcc, Mrs. M. C. Stockton untl 11.
Some of Mr, Solid ley's reasons for not
wanting the railway were that the streets
were so narrow that horses would be
easily frightened oil them und that the
grade was so heavy that it would be
dangerous to have curs running there.
lie said that the grunting ol the churtcr
would amount to throwing out the streets
us a public thoroughfare. He ulso ob
jected tn the clause giving the company
an exclusive privilege lor ten years.
Mr. Powell, president ol the company,
authorised the city clerk tostrikc out the
two streets mentioned, ns well as Pen
land and Hiawassee streets und to sub
st it utr French Ilroad avenue and Short
street and Ilcardcn avenue. This mtidt
the privileges rrler to Haywood street.
I niich Ilroad avenue, short aud Mul-
berry streets, Ilcardcn avenue. Academy
street and its extension, nnd such othei
streets as may hrrealter lie agreed on.
Alter these changes were made the char
ter passed its final reading and became a
Mill: WALK ON KAST STHKKT.
A iK-titioa was presented by residents
and property owners, asking to have a
sidewalk put down on tast street. and ii
was ordered that a walk ol two inch
pin uk lie constructed from north Main
street to Hillside street. Street Superin
tendent Murray will be authorized to
have the work done.
sllir.WAJ.K IN WKST KNII.
Cunt. J. M. f.rcvn, in liehall'of the peo
ple living in the West Hml asked lor a side
walk on lliixton, Koliertsuud Haywood
streets, lie pointed out the needs ot tin
community mid urged the board to do
something lor tliein. It was ordered mat
the street company nnd Mr. Murray bt
authorized to look into the mutter nnd
locate n sidewalk. The committee will
meet on the ground next Monday ut 4
A I HOI'OKI U KXCII.VM1K.
Mr. F. Slikrtculhrr, for the congrega
tion of the Central Methodist Episcopal
church. South, promised to give three
lecl Irom the trout ol the parsonage lot
on Willow street lo the cilv lor street
purposes if the cilv would reciprocate by
erecting n stone wall in Iront of the lot.
1 he request was rvlern.il to the street
ir. J. G. Ljticen asked for a light on the
corner of Hill und llullrkk streets and
was told that the electric light company
had liccn instructed to locale one tlieic.
I H V HKI'OKT ACChl'TKII.
The report of the jury on the extension
of Academy street, which was published
in yesterday's Citi.n, whs presented.
Mr. lien. S. Powell, president of the Ashe
ville Loan. Cousi ruction and Improve
ment company, lor whose lienetil the
street is cxit'udid. notified the board
that his company would pay the dama
ges, und the rcH,rl was.ncccptcd.
PAMIKK OP PINK.
Complaint was made that S. K. Kepler
ami the Asheville Light and Power com
pany hnd nllowcd waste oil to collect
around their tanks near the railroad and
that it was dangerous because ol nre
The matter was relerred to the sanitary
insKY'lor nud chief ol Hiliee to report
next Friday night.
SKWI-.ll ON IIIAWAHht.K ST.
T. F. Startles naked to be allowed to
build a sewer on Hiawassee street from
Penlandtou point near Flint street at
bis own cxiir nnd have the cost taken
out ol Ins taxes. 1 he matter wnt rcicr
ml to the sewer committee with power
AN AI'I'I.AL FOR 1IKI.1'.
A conitniinicalion from the Flower
Mission, asking tor o donation for thnt
organization was presented but no ac
tion was taken.
It was ordered that a new, small hose
be iHiughl lor the hose house, to lie used
in washing the carriages.
MONHV PON lll ll.llINO SI'.WKH.
J. A. l'ortcrand Dr. II. L. Taylor asked
to he paid lor the line of sewer which
thev und others hnd built on Flint ami
Cherry streets. Tlte mutter was referred
to the sewer committee.
HILLS (IHPH.HKll pa in.
The following hills weir presented and
ordered paid : Powell (v. Snider, tft.Gtl:
C. 1-:. liekel : Co., leediug horses, $:I0;J.
II. lionrdiiiiiu, assistant at pump, $U;
Asheville, l.ignt nun rower Co,, gas,
U..i; J. K. Dickerson V Co., ti.'M: N
P. Corn, liahiuee on book nnd bidder
building, i A. P. Corn, on curbing
Ill II IHNll PKHMIl's.
The lolluwing liuililing in runts were
granted: I, G. (JniTn, ten room house
on French Ilroad avenue; Ii. Spain, Iranir
no use on cnariotic street.
Ill RC HALL TO HANU,
The Canada Cabinet Council U.
cluvsj AgalitMt Him,
Ottawa, Nov. 8. The cabinet council
hits after due consideration, decided that
Ilirchull shall be executed on the 1 1th in'
I stunt, The opinion was unanimous.
Inrclay Martin Dying.
Cm.t itiiiA, Tenn,, Nov, A. Hon. Hare
lay Martin, the oldest living cx-congreas-
niou in Tennessee, lies very III at his re,i
deuce near this city. There is no tusr of
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RBOISTBRHD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AN
Cures livery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING EL 8 II.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article ii. the market for the
speedy relief aud cure of tve, y variety of
that common trouble, Headachk. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ull quurtcrs, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs n
CHLORAL AND .COCAINE,
Since it dues not contain an atom ol
either ol these. It ia absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young und old without fear or serious
results. It is n a Cathartic, does not
lisurrunge the stomach, and contains
uo noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout resiect to cause leaving
uo unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
us iu the case of other so-culled "harm
less" remedies. These quulitics make it
the most populur and saleuble article in
the market, wherever known.
UIKUC..ONU FOR L'BB.
The dose lor an adult Is two teaspoonfula
o a wine glaaa u( water, lioac for children
proportion, according to age. In cither
:mwc tuc duav con be repeated every thirty
ainuea until a cure ia encelcd. One dose will
always drive away an attack of llcadacuc.
taken when lir.t feeling the premonitory
symutoma; but it the attack ia well on, and
uftcnug la intctiM, the second or third doae
nay be required, t'aually a greater number
if dosea ia required to erfcet the flrat cure
than t. needed lor any succeeding time there-
:iJter, .bowing that the medicine Is accurnu.
ative In its ettrcta, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure
For aale at
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