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price of trade. Some argue
that it is expensive to adver
tise. It is the most profita
ble ex tense yon can ha. ve, if
you handle it jtroperly. Mil
ford, Mass., Journal.
Asheville Daily Citizen
A man with a bnsinafe cap
able of being pmtitAbly ad
vertised, but who refiises to
give printers' ink a trial, is
his own worst enemy. Prin
VOLUME VI.NO. 161.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1890.
A place planned and devel
oping' aH u
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hen lth
f illness and beauty of
An elevation of 51,800 feet,
Jt ia being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for tine
A good opportunity for
profitable investment. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dre88, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnwllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
The large slock r new nov
cities recently purchased by
MIm Hltlck while North arc
arriving dally, They are both
beautiful In design anil cheap.
Call and In.pect.
30Sontli Main Street. 30
3il . MAIN ST.. AHMKVILI.B.
- thk ruci ro -
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
View and Sketches.
Wilts B. ow! JiJ!L!i
GVYN & WEST,
(accMaora to Walter B.owyn)
REFER TO MM OF AtHEVtUE.
Loans Securely riaced at
Notary Publk. Cniamlaatoners ofUeeda.
"THE SON 00 MOVE," .
And ao doe Aaherlll. The irreat haatltng
aet la now bring performed by all genuine
liaalncM men oCtn
TH) OtITH, "very man ha. hla scheme
aad a relate. It hi moat caw to not unwlll
Ina eara. We don't mind Idling yon that our
arheiae la to aell all the land and In.ura all
th. proiierty wa caa, In-fur. "The rtolilns
Neat Again." We have Jaat lieen appolntr-l
agent, for the Old Reliable Pennaylvanln Hire
ln.urai.ee Co., and we wuat you to Ineurc
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Woo eft 10, McAfee Block,
ga Pattern Aee Aahevllle, N C.
P. Aa GRACES
, V ANU- .
I ' DKftlUNEK
' IN FRESCO.
Who Told You So?
W. T, Crawford rhvh thnt H. O. Bwurt
told him that he heard Jim Gudger nay thnt
Bob Vnncv told him that Kupe Win hcn.nl
that there wai no doubt hnt W. W Rollln
nald thit Tom Johnston thought that Bob
Purman bad told Hitting Hull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney that It
was generally believed that nan Reynold
had Naid in plain terms that he heard Jack
Wnrley say that his friend John 1.. Sullivan
had tald that BUI Denver Informed him at
the congressional convention in this city thnt
It was a well known fnct that the House
keepers' Union had caught Gen, Cliugmnn in
Haying that In his opinion It was n mutter of
fact and of grea t public Interest that J. J.
Mackcy intimated to Jess t.owrv thnt Bill
Nye had said while attending the county nii
vention last Hatttnlay that anyone caughl
reading this shull repair at ouce to the store
of A. D. COnf'KK, North Court Kainrc, and
insect his mammoth stuck of all kinds of
Groceries, Provisions, &c, where arrange
mrnts have been made to fuminh you all
kinds of Staple and Finuy GrocericH of the
Best Uuallty at the Ltiwcsi Prices.
W.A.Hlaiu. J.V. Ukown.
No. 3a Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STANO
We are now ready, and in
vite our frieuds and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7!, night 03.
BLAIR & BROWN.
FOR SALE !
Improved and unimproved real eatutc, both
bualnrsa and rrelilcnre property; auy kind,
nny price, in any part of theclty. PARMINO
AND MININO LANDS.
U houaea a room.. II house. 7 room.. I
houM 1 room., 1 houae It room., I houar
1 3 mom. furnished. Wanted ncvrrul room.
for gentlemen nrur .iiunrc.
I make a aiednlty ol renting iroicrtr anil
collecting mita. If you arc looking for a
houae, conault my bulletin If your houar
la vacant and you wunt a tenant, ll.t it with
mr. No trnnnt. no charge.
C. F. RAY.
Real Untate Agent.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inveatiueut Agent.
Loan, ae urely placed at M per cent.
34 26 Fattuo Avenue Hrcond Door.
II. WILL. AKTHUK J, WII.LM.
9H I'atton Avenue.
Neat V M C A hulld'g. I' O Bosno4.
( formerly of l.yman Child I,
Office No. i .Legal Block.
Strlctlva Brokerage Bualncaa
Loan, arm rely placed at per cent.
THK EQUITABLE LIFE
E. I. Monroe, Agt.,
Asheville, N. C.
(line B outh Main .treet. suiadtf
NO. 41 PATTON AVE.
ABheville's New and Big En
terprise is Taking the
Lead in Low Prices
and Fine Goods.
Our Lamp Department in
complete. Many elegant ar
ticles suitable for presents,
and in French China Dinner,
Tea, Ice Cream, Berry, Oat
meal. Pudding, Salad, Punch
and Tete-a-Tete Sets we ho vo
an endless assortment. A
case of Japanese Pla tes going
at f 2 per dozen. A bargain.
We will soon begin to nave
Special Bargain Days. This
will be a new feature tor us
all. Come to the Palace of
Bargains when desiring to
buy l hina, ulassware. Dolls,
and Presents of all kinds.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
Crockery, Gloss ware, Lamps, Huusc Furnish
ings, etc., etc.
CRYSTAL PALACE. 41 PATTON AVE,
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We ask special attention
for Men and Boys.and Wraps
of all grades for Ladies, Miss
es and Children.
One price system.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stery floods, Hats,
Carfreta and Gener
7 eft 9 PATTON AVli.
oWILKIE X ATKINS.X
UAKt'PACTi a jniiaKa. or
PLAIN AND FANCY CANOIES,
And Wholesale Fruit Dealer
NO. 12 I'ATTON AVH., AKII UVII.I.U.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRADE.
We have constantly on hand In our retail
department all the dellrade. of the aca.on, In
choice Prulta, fine Candle, nnd fancy Cake.
ftprdaliat In Treating
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP DISORDERS,
OMccHoura: U n m. to U p. m.
No. ' North Main Street.
cnNMU.TATiiiN rang .iuvmioino dunk,
Invalid Ladlea Waited onat their Home.,
CRI.KHKATKD "NBWMAN NltKVH TON'
IC" ON HALII.
TO THE LADIES OF ASHEVILLE t
Meean. W. 0, Wllliamaon At Co., rrqutat
the pleaaure of your company at their Art
ftuhlblt, nf the liarla Hewing Machine and
Ita work, commencing Tuesday Nov. , eail
Ing Mntiirday . If) PATTON AVHNI'K,
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
DARINU TRAIN ROIIBKH CAP.
HE, WITH ANOTHER, STOLE $46,
000 FTOM THE MAILS.
Ciiicaro, Nov. 10. To-niKht I'lwtuffii'e
Inspector Wntkins, ol CIiichko, will ar
rive lierc hiivinn in custody Win. K. New
berry, who is said to lie the leader in one
or the most during train rolilxrics of re
June 0th the Northern Pacitictrain was
stoiwd at New Salem, N. I)., bv In'h
wiiymen. Two maskeil men climbed
upon the enuine and compelled the en
(j'liutT nnd li reman to detach f vnuine
from the train nnd then nhriid. ll.iv
iiiK taken the engine about twenty rods
the engineer was ordered to stop and the
engineer nun nrcman were taken Hack
to the train nnd ordered to batter down
the door of the extircss car. With the
first nttnek on the ear the express clerk
escnH'd from it and saved the contents
ol the sales, since he earned with hnn
their keys. Having entered the ear the
two robbers coniiellril the engineer and
fireman nnd the postal clerk to cut open
the mail pouches nnd curry the first class
registered mail matter tii the rohlier's
horses. About 5110 puckages, contain
ing .i,iiih in cnsli, were secured.
O. K. Bailcv, one ol the highwa "len,
was subsequently captured auu if :nw
serving u term in the North Dakota peni-
tentinrv. The senrch for Newlierrv has
been curried on by the postal authorities
ever since and lie was arrested nt I'lmns,
Vii., Saturday. Nccbcrry comes of an
excellent Virginia family. '
I'HIRKKn WITH Ml'RniCR.
PartlculMi-M of a HeliHHtlonal Caw
Macon, Gil., Nov. 10. Five citizens o!
Dodge county, arrested Saturday by
I'nited States deputy nmrshals, were
lirotight here to-dav nnd committed to
jail on a charge of co:,piracy and the
murder ol J. C. Forsvth, at Niirmondalr.
October 7. One ol the priwincrs is Wright
Lancaster, the sheriff of Dodge county ;
another is Luther A. Hall, a Dudut
county attorney whose trial for perjury
now (lending in the Icderal tlistnci
A while man named Andrew Kenean
was shot by n mob for the iiiiirdcr ol
Forsyth the iluy niter it oecu.-rcd. Inr
Inter invesligaiion by l uited States
siiectul agents proved his innocence o
The men nrrcileil are charged wit),
having nhcttcd an ussassiiuition. Foi-
svth was u northern man mid the ensi
wus brought in the federal court on the
ground that at the time of the mtirdrr In
wus ns audit o! Norman . Uoilue and
enjoying rights which had lieen guuruii
teed him by a decree of an I'nited States
HTOCKa WKNT IHIWN,
And All an Account of Forclirn
Nkw Vurk. Nov. 10. A flood of alarm
ing cables from Loudon and I'nris, pre
dicting disasters in the markets there
this week, caused h panicky feeling in
the stock exchange to-day.
Long lielore the iening brokers tried
to make sale of stocks, but could not
find buyers and as loon ns the
signal for beginning business was
given, no oilers were made, but
every bid, no m uter nt what price, wits
nt once tilled, this selling canned Man
hattan elevated to lull Irom one hundred
to ninety-two, u decline of eight Miims:
western In ion fell (i's points: other
stocks, with the exception ol the Vnnder
bilts, fell from two to six r cent. There
are no buying orders in many of the
12 p. m. lames Mrtitthcrs, has just
been utlHckcd by uMiplexy nnd is now
IviiifF on the Hour ol ,lii mIim'Ii ,lifimic
dead. Business wns suended lor hull
HOPK FOR CONHt ni'TIVKIt.
Hrofcaaor Koch's Remedy a Hue
Hkhi.in, Nov. 10. I'rol. Hcrgmunn in
oculated fifteen consumptives patients
Thursday by I'rof. Koch's process, nuil
on the following day exhibited one of the
patients bciore number of physicians in
order to show the change thnt had re
sulted within 24 hours.
The Borsen Courier says it has author
ity lor the statement thnt I'rof, Koch's
remedy hus proved a success. The fa
mous lierninn surgeon, it says, cured
within five days a case ol lupus or ne
crotic tuhcrculnr destruction of the tis
sue of the face.
Iowa liiiiocral Not Yet aw tinned
I Iks Miiinks, Nov. 10. Chairman Ful-
len, of the denimrutic central committee,
has telegraphed all democratic county
chairmen throughout the state to be
present to day when theolKcinl count of
the votes is inane ny tne iiourdi ol su
pervisors in the diflcrrnt cotintiei. He in
structs llirm to watch the count closelv
on the whole slate and eonuressionnl
tickrts and report to him. The commit
tee, it Is understood, is preparing to take
evidence in HuIumiiic nnd Wright conn
ties in the third district preparatory to a
ROUT, T. LINCOLN,
Hs la Not About lo Menlcn aa Ma-
Wasiiisiitun, Nov, 10. Robert T. I.iiv
coin, minister from the United 8tales to
England, reached the city this morning,
To an associated press reporter he said
in the most positive manner:
"The stories to the cltcct thnt I intend
to resign my post nnd that I shall remain
henceforth in America are absolutely false.
I shall soon go hack to Ivnglnnd and re
sume my work."
Knowing; Fourteen Hoars).
Lincoln, Neb,, Nov. 10. Report Irom
Brown county, in northwest Nebraska,
say It lint been snowing continuously 14
A FORtiKR ARRKNTKD,
He Had Done CoiiHlderul.lv Work
A mnn about thirty years of age was
in Asheville during the curly part of lust
'week and succeeded in swindling sonic
Asheville merchants out of considerable
money by mentis of forged checks. He
passed a check for $75, purporting to lie
signed bv W. W. Rollins, payable to and
endorsed by J. J. Moore, and on the na
tional bank of Asheville. He also passed
one for $75 with Maj. Rollins' name on it,
but the victim became suspicious anil re
covered his money,
A (lav or two ago n man uH'itrcd in
Hrndcrsonvillc and presented a check for
$250, purporting to lie signed bv V. S.
l.usk nnd payable to olm ones, to Key
R, II. Lewis, president oljudsou college.
He said he wanted to send his sisters to
school nt ludson and would pay $15(1 in
advance. Dr. Lewis gave Him $100.
A description of the mall with an nflcr
nt w reward was senl out bv the I'iniiiti
detective agency nnd J. J. Moore alias
pinn Jones was arrested nt Henderson
ville Saturday charged with the forgeries
He will be brought here to-night fortrial
CHAJMii: IN IH--.I.IVKRV.
Addition tu U.e Clerical Force of
Uwing to tin shortening of the days as
winter conies on the hour for the evening
delivery of mail, by the carriers, has lieen
changed. Heretofore the mail arriving
from the north at 5 o'clock has Ixi-n
delivered immediately alter its arri
val. 1 he iilternoon delivery will here
after begin at 3.25 u'clnck nnd thoe
who wish to get their mail after the
northern mail arrives can do so by call
ing at I he curriers' window, which will
lie oien from (i to li.HO, but it will not be
delivered until the morning following.
I'nstmustcr Lnil'liui has received an
order Irom WnshiiiL'ton nllowinu him nn
extra clerk in the posliiflicc. Mr. Cnnnnii
lias Ikcii endeavoring to have his lorcc
enlarged for some lime. The new appro
priiiiion is lo go llliu vilivi .Miv. I.),
THi; COTTON I Ktll'.
What tl.e IM-pnrtment nt Wash
ington Kiim of It.
Washington. Nov. lo. Cotton returns
liir Oclober lo th? dip;, rum nt of agri
culture make the average yield 1N7
pounds ol lint sr acre. Much will de-IK-Iid
on the wculiicr ol Novtuilier and
llcevmlicr, not nulv in Kriictiiig the
grout th, but in saving the crop. The
iiuulity ol the lint has Ixcn d Ununited
by excessive rains mid iuiuied by discol-
irntion. 1 he esliiiiated vie ds hv slates
as follows: Vngiuia, HiK puunds; North
Larolmu, IMJ ; N nth Luroliiia, 175;
Cicorgin, 105: Florida, HIS; Alabama,
Kill; .Mississippi, 1!IHI; l.uinsiitia, J.IS;
Texas, HMi; Arkansas, J25; Tennessee,
Till! Wl.lsK OF HHAIKK,
The Hervlcea In be Held nt the V.
91. C. A.
There will Ik.' ii gosK-l mn-ling, for men
nly, nl association hull at X o'clock to
night. The singing will bv led by a male
chorus which will hold a oug service ut
7.4.1 o clock. The subject ol the meet-1
iug to-night will Is? "The War Crv ol
railli. All men arc invited to attend.
hitch afternoon nt 4.;0 o'clock hah
hour prayer meetings ut association hall
for both Indie and gentlemen will be
held. To-morrow alternoon the meeting
will be led by Kev. Samuel Milliard.
Tbe Balterjr lurk Line lo be Made
The electric street railway at the But
tery Turk is lo be extended from its pres
ent terminus to the circle in hunt of the
office entrance of the hotel. Work is to
Ik commenced ut once. The extension
will cost nlmut tun and the truck lav
ing will be finished in n tew day. J, M.
nil w arns is to iiuve cliurgeol the work.
Paltl Row To-nlRlU.
The Topical Times, of London says ol
I'utli Rosa, who iipiwur nt the (irunil
opera house to-night:
Loudon ha fully confirmed all the
good things suid ol her. and, ilhout en
tering mtn any comparison iHrtwccn the
clever lady now wiib us and the other
Amciicail nctresses who have visited
these shores, it is snllicicnt to say thai
she succeeded in placing herself 'in tin
front rank of aouhrcltcs."
A Republican Couplet.
A young ludv of Asheville, whose name
was furnished to Tim Ci i izi.n not neces
sarily lor publication, but a a guaran
tee of very gooil Inith, hit coniMiscd llir
Down went McKlnlcy to the liotium of the
ItreiuH-d in hla nvw Inrllt clothes.
A Itootned King.
l.osnoN, Nov. 10. The Chronicle's
Berlin correspondent says thnt it is ru
mored that notwithstanding oflicuil as
lurnnee to the contrary, the voting King
of Spain is weak, nnd not likely to live
SOUTH CAKnU.Wl I01.KS.
dipt. Pnrrish has sold for the farmers
who come tit Durham over 50,000,000
pounds in ten years,
(ircciislsiro Workman: Kev. 15. W.
Smith lins given notice to his congrega
tion of his ncccptiiiicc of the call of the
svnod to the position of slntc syiiodienl
evangelist, making the third one in this
state in the held alter Dcecmlier 1.
Vnnce is nlwny himself. One night
week before lust lieniid Mai. Robbinsmei
on the depot phitlorm nt (irernshoro.lhc
hitter on Ins way to Randolph to begin
tilling his niioiulniciils. "IMIn, Rul
liins,"snid mice, "where lire you going "
"lining to l.ilierly," said Kohbinsi
"where lire you going ?" "tioing to bond
age," answered Value. Ami Kobhins
hopiwd nn hi train and Vance Implied on
his train, nnd nwuy they went. Slnles-
! ville Landmark.
Hanford lix press: In court nt Carthage
on Monday Kev. Mr. I'mpiiiv, a Baptist
minister, wu on the witness stand nnd
his manner of testifying wns so animated
demonstrative that Judgrtlrnvea thought
he wns drunk. The judge asked t he sher
iff If the witness wns drunk. whereuiHin
Mr, M. 8. Robins informed the itidgethnl
the witness wn a minister of the gospel,
and his style on the witness stand was
his usual style. Judge Grave nHiloglcd
to the frightened clergyman in admirable
THE HEAR HUNTED AGAIN.
HI-: A Nil Till', DOOM HAVK A
Tl.e Animal la Treed Twice He
Makes a liuod Fight sjliol Wllh
The bear which wus hunted by a mini
ber of Asheville Bportsmen a few weeks
ago, was liberuted again Saturday after
Thelieur wus taken out Cliarlottestreet
to its end, and wus led this show his
ferocity from there, across the hills and
fields to the Ben verdam road, just beyond
Kumnth. He wns turned loose near the
rond and close to the home of C. B. Way
nnd nt once made for a large oak tree
near Mrs. Osborne's. He ascended this
ami staved there, waiting for his pur
The dogs about forty in number were
taken to the end ol Charlotte street also
ami were putonthetruil. They ullcuught
tne scent ut once and us soon ns treed be
gan a rapid chase. They were followed
bv a large number ol horsemen, who rode
through bushes and over fence and who
could liardlv keen imee with the dons.
The dogs liiuiid the liear in the tree and
all urn lu red around t he buse of it. liurk.
ing furiously. Thcv were culled oil, in
order to let the benr lie brought down
and given number start, and two men,
with a chuin and rope climbed up and
fastening the chain around hi neck, led
tne iirule down.
The doe;, which had been iumninc rab
bits, were culled buck. The bcur was
held by menus ol the chum and the dogs
were incited to fight him. Then followed
a fight ofubotit ten minutes, in which the
bear, although cncunilicrcd with a heuvv
chain nnd unable to run, kept the dogs
away very successfully. He succeeded in
administering some wholesome advice to
tlie minimis Hint were attacking him, in
the shape of some decidedly vigorous
slaps with his iMinderous fore-paw. A
numlier of the dogs have reason to re
inemlicr bruin hecutise of those slap and
ii lew biles wiih which he emphasized
some of them.
The hear at last grw tired of this kind
of siMirt mid made lor a smiill pine tree,
near where the tight was going on. He
climbed this, ami when the dogs were
culled nwav, came down and wn taken
into a small open place and allowed to
After several minutes of blowing, he
was again hit with the docs. Thev
jiinilK'd around him in a playful sort ol
a way lor some time but as the brute did
not seem to mind this, they got a little
braver and beean to worrv him. This
called up his native elements of fight nnd
ue struck out right and lelt, emitting
fierce growls and occnsiomillv niakiiic a
dnrt throuuh the crowd of horsemen
who vnhanllv turned their back on him
mid started off as if in a hurrv. They
would make up their minds to come
buck however, ns soon ns the bear began
lighting the dogs once more.
One young man, not fortunate enough
to l.e mounted on a horse climbed up a
pine tree in order to Ik able to net nn un
obstructed view of the fiitht. the dogs
soon chased the tnr around to the foot
of the tree and bruin uppeured to want
to eiimn up it, in order that he too might
view the scenery. The young man, who
bud uln-ndy pre-empted the position
seemed grvallv exercised in this new turn
of ullairs mid begun to look around lor a
luiiiirr or some means of escape. He
could find none, but this tlid not seem to
extinguish his desire to get down nnd he
was just about readv to jump when the
lienr very nccommotlnlingly decided that
be did not want to climb thnt tree any
way. The occupant of the tree slid down
in a great hurry us soon as the bear left.
mid remained on the ground. He suys
ne win ncreiiiter look out tor a smaller
tree, which no hrur can climb.
The Is-nr and the dog began to tire
when the engagement hnd lusted for
three-quarters ol nn hour anil one mem
Iter ol the party, with u 44-calibre rille.
curried along lor the puriosc, shot the
oruie in tne loreneita, ienin louowea
The Ixnlv was butchered and will be
served on the tables of those to whom
tbe hear liclougcd.
THF. IRIHH FAMINF..
The Appeal lo America With
drawn lor a Time al Mask
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 10, The American
committee for the relief of the famine in
Inland have issued a public statement,
tcm Hirarily wit Inlrit wing its n ppeal tothc
American iienple, because, it say, "there
hit Urn provided a promise,
at least, of the relief which will
Ik- nileipiiilc even to the dire nature ol
the distress which is ut hand. The Brit
ish government baa been spurred, first, to
investigate, through it eluel secretary
for Ireland, the danger which threatened
K,v vi.,,, ,.n n., , nviiU ,u un
dertake n system of public work in the
distressed district which, by ollordint
partial relief, will nt least KstHne the
iiiviisiuii ill me uimifii in iiiiiiiiiv.
AI'FMNS OF COXSIiVVCXCE.
The northern democrat in the next
house will outniimberthc northern repub
The trustees of the Maryland agricul
tural college decided to introduce manual
training into the college and to establish
V. A. Collier, owner of the Memphis
Appeal, nits piittl aiiiii.timi mr the Mnn
phis Avalanche, owned by ex-Congress
man James I'hclun,
A significant educational tendency of
tne uny is tne increased interest In the
si ud v of history and politic at Johns
Hon. Richard Vnux. of I'liiliuK Initio.
nnd his friends intend to contest Mr. Me
Alrer's right to the congressional seat he
won Inst week, on the ground of fraud.
A seheme ha been practicnllv consu
mated in Chicago by which the merit
pack inn houses, except Armour', will be
sum to nn i-.tigiisn syndicate nnd 0iern-
leii ns one esiiioiisiiuicni.
Hx-Mnynr Cottrrll, who Inaugurated
n reign of terror nt Cednr Key, Fin.,
few month ngo, wn shot and killed bv
Cbiel of Police Gerald, nt Montgomery,
Ala, Cottrrll had threatened Gerald's
The wage of the freight engineer nnd
firemen in the employ of the Lake Shore
and Michigan southern Railroad com
natty have lieen increased twenty cent a
day. The engineers are advanced from
:i.ao to 13.70.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RB0I8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AN
Cure Every Varlly of Headacbe
AND NOTHING BLSB.
Hm earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
und reliable article it. tbe market for tlie
speedy relief and cure of every varietj of
that common trouble, II had ac lis. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thin,; which ulmost everyone need, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it doe not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom ol
either ol these. It i absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is m a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of heud
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
tbe market, wherever known.
IMKBCi.ONS FOR L8B.
The done for an adult la two tcaspoonful.
in a wine glass of water. Dote for children
ia proportion, according to age. In cither
:aac the dose caa be repeated every thirty
minaea until a cure ia e flee' ted. One done will
alwaya drive away an attack of Headache,
If taken when drat feeling the premonitory
symptom.; but if the attack I. well on, and
auAcring ia intense, the second or third doae
may be required. Usually a greater number
of doaes Is required to effect tba first cure
than is needed for any auccecding tame there
after, abowing that the medicine ia accumu
lative in ita cM'ects, tending toward an event
ual permanent cur
For sale at
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ANHEVILLfC, X. i
NEW FALL DRESS COOD8.
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Our new took of Dress
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Light weight Jersey Jack
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SO dozen Aprons in 200
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Driving Gloves and Hiding
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