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VOLUME VI.-NO. 162.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1890.
A hu e pliumw and devel
oping UH U
Situutod in tlit
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hen lth-
mlne.s8 and beauty of
.An elevation of :i.80 feet,
Jt is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roudH and extensive
A desirable place for fiui
A good opportunity
linville Improvement co.,
Unvllle. Mitchell Co., N. C.
The large -lotk of new tmv
cltira recently purchnwrd by
MIm Blllck while North rr
Arriving dally. They are both
beautiful in decifpi and chenp.
Call and Inapct't.
joftoutti Main Street. 30
22 S. MAIN ST., AHHKVIM.K,
II Til FLiCK roc
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
apr ih rt
Waits. B. Owvu. w. W. Wss-r.
BWYN & WEST,
(MncccMon to Walter B.Owyn)
DEFER W BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at ft
Notary Publk. Commlmloner. olDced.
OPFICB ontliaaat Court Hqnstren
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
And u aoea A.herllle The (treat huatllnit
et I. now bel.tr performed by all genuine
(u.lne. men f tVe
iOP THB BOUTH, Rrery man ha. hi. .eheme
d he relate, it In moat eai . to not unwlll
Tnn ear.. We don't mind telling yon that our
jcheme i. to Mil all the land and In.ure all
itbe proierty we ran, before "The Kolitn.
Mo,t Aaln.'1 We hnve Junt lieen apnointeil
Itrt for the Old Reliable I'enn.ylvanli. Plrr
n.iirac Co., and we wnnt you to In.uic
JQNKS A JKNKS,
SEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
loom 9 10, McAfee Block.
aa patton ., Ah.Yin. N C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Tol You So?
W. T. Crawford aar. thut H O. Bwart
told him that he heard Jim Guiltier .ay that
Hob Vnncc told him that Kope Kllu. heard
that there wa. ao doubt 'hat W. W Rollln.
aid tint Tom Juhn.tun thuuitht that Uob
Fuimun had tnid Hitting Hull that Uurialo
Hill hail declared to J H. Courtney thut It
wan generally believed that Uau Reynold.
had aald In plain term, that he heard Jack
Wnrley aay that hi. friend John L. Sulllvnn
had .aid that Bill Denver informed him ut
the conirrculonnl convention in thi. city that
itwnauwrll known liict that the House
keeper.' t'nion had vauitht Urn. CllnKman In
aylnir thnt in hi. opinion It wa. a matter or
fact and of great public Intrmt that J. J.
Mackey intlranted to Jr.. I.uwrr that bill
Nye had .aid while attending the county -nn-
ventiun lint Nutunlay that anyone caught
reading thi. .hull repair at once to the .lore
of A, I). COuPltK, NAnh Court Square, and
IniiiKct hi. uinmmoth .lock of all kind of
Oroccric., Provision., Arc., where arrange
ment, have liren made to furnish you all
kind, of Htaple and Fancy ISmcvric. of the
rte.t Duality at the l.owcl Price.
W.A.Klaiu. J.V. IJnowx.
No. 3a Patton Avenue.
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLO STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends nnd the pub
lie generally to enll nnd ex
amine our well seleettMl stock
Which we nre offering at rock
bottom prices. Tiidei'taking
u special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
'elephone, day 7", night 5.
BLAIR & BROWN.
Improved and unimproved renleatntc.both
IiuhImcm and reaidenve property; any kind.
any price. In anv part of thevity. FARMINtl
ASM MINING LA SUA.
'J houaca H rooma, it houaea ? rootna, 1
ue 14 rooma, 1 houae 11 ronma. 1 houm
I U rootna furnlhed . Wanted acvernt rooma
for ucntlcmeu near aiiunrv.
I mnkc a apccialty of renting property and
collecting renta. If you are looking for a
houae, eonault my bulletin If your house
la vacant and you wnnt a tennnt. Hat It with
me No tvnniit. no t-hnrRc.
C. F. RAY.
Real KHtate Afeent.
Real Kstatc Brokers,
And Inveatuient Ag-enta.
Loan. K urely plneed at N per eent.
lit ft iia ratten Arenue Hecond Door,
AKTHCR J, WILLS.
31 Patton Avenue.
Next V M C A bulld'R.
V o HoaAn4.
( Formerly of Lyman ft Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Mtrlctly a Brokerage HunlncM
Loan. Menrely placed at II ner cent.
THE KQUITABI.K LIFE
. ASSURANCE HOCIETV.
, E. D. Monroe, At.,
A.hevlll., N. C.
UIBvt Oil South Main (trett. aulSdtf
CRYSTAL PALACE !
It In the acknowltdic rW.mtinnoun attraction
of Adheville. New tfonrin hnve been dully ar
rlvlnv till mir avallHljk unncc in taken and
now the law ature pref.cn u the appearance
of an nlmoit indda en of l-imChina, (In
ware, l.Hinptf. Mouhc I'urmHhmjr Ouuda, Htc.
The tie went tlr-lRu
nnd thr mottt mvlM
Koodw w ill n1wnyntw
touiMi in our a ore.
Thr ruh con t inn
v tit it 111 unci we th
Thoae who come on
lv to Inok nnd
ihlfw our atuck will
n wHy rettivr tnt-
aame conrtcoua hi
tuition an tno
m ikinir uurihiiM"
The lid i Hon talkiiiK
doll are en r- uti
,in) will arrive thii
week. Call and e
tht-m. They are aurr
tit intertut vnu
NothinK Mke It evi
em in our .v.
Uitmr? nnd accurt
your Chrlatntui and
wedding prearnt while the utock la frenh anil
nM- U hit vi- knfikt.'d thr I ottoin out ol
hitch irioea nnd are acknowlrduvd to 1 e the
iciMicra in our line.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
Croekerv, tllaiMwiire, l.nmM, Houm Purni.h
JnK. etv., ete.
41 PATTON AVE.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
We Hk BjMciaI attontion
for Men nnd Ito.vH.nnd WrnpH
of all tyradm forLadioH, MIhh
ch and Children.
One price Nyntem.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, WrnpH, KIioch, Dry
Htery (JoimIh, Ilntn,
Carpets nnd Gener
7 A 9 PATTON AVE.
x3WILKIE X ATKINS,
UANI'fACTI'.KS. JIIHRXSS OF
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
And Wholesale Fruit Dealer
NO. 13 PATTON AVIt., ASHBVILI.B.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRADE.
We have constantly on h.nil In our retail
dcpisrlment all the delicacies ol' the season, In
choice Fruits, One Candle, and fancy Cake,
nneclali.t In Treating
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP DISORDERS.
tuner Houm B a m. to a p. m,
No. 9 North Main Street.
Invalid Ladles Waited on at their Homes.
CBURHKATHU "NBWMAN NKRVB TON
IC" ON RAl.lt.
TO THE UDIES OF ASHEVILLE I
Messrs. W. R, Williamson At Co., request
the pleasure of your company at their Art
Uxhllilt, of the Davis Hewing Machine and
Its work, commencing Tuedny Nov. 4, rod
Ing Saturday a. 10 PATTON AVUNCB,
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THK RKUVI.ATIONH UOVKRN
INO THKHAI.KOP I.1UI OR,
SOUND DOCTRINE FROM THE SU
Wakiiin(!Tun, Nov. II. The supreme
court ol the I'nuiil Stutra, in mi opinio
rendered liy Justice l-ielcl to-ilnv in the
cnae of P. Crowley, chief of police of Sun
rrunciwn, apprllnnt, v. I lenrv Christen
fii, reversed the order of the United
Stntei circuit court for the northern dis
trict of C.ilifiirnin. di.-hnrt(itiK Christen-
sen on n nt of hnheiis corpus.
Thu is n liquor license ciise, mill in it
opinion the court lnys down certai
I'uiidamentnl principles iifTcctinK the rela
tion in which this business nnd the Inw
ol the country stand to euch other
ChristcnHeii for scvcrnl venis conducted
a retail liiuor Htore, lint in lHH'l his ap
plication lor n rrncwel of his license wus
refused by the Mliee commissioners ol
Sun Frnncisco, in whom the municipal
ordinance vested the discretion
to grunt or refuse licenses for
saloons, the refusal being passed
on the uroiind ol the bad repute
in which the place stood. Thereupon
. iinatcnsen mil lliisilu-ss without -.-.mr
ana wns arrested. He sued out a .. . it of
lialieas corpus and the United Stnles cir
cuit court ordered his discharge from cus
tody on thr Krouuri thnt the nrdinnnce
inadr ChriMeusrn's business depend on
the nrhitrarv will of others nnd in that
resijcct denied to him equal protection til
mi inw. in itsopiuion ny justice Melil
t he court says :
"It is undoubtedly true thnt it is the
ritjht of every citizen to pursue anv law
I11I business, subject nnlv to such restric
tions us are imposed oh persons of the
MiinroKe sex or condition, but the pos-
f"11" n,i ciijovinvni 01 tins riglit, anil
oioecu 01 un n.'iiis, nre siil),eit to such
restrictions as may be deemed bv the
Koyrrniiii; nulhority essentinl to the
salety, lienllli, imice, und good order and
the moruls of the comniuuitv.
'The reuulntions L'overniiiirthc various
Iiu11.u11.01 me nre an.iost iiiiimtr, some
rcitulutions beiiiK designed to lessen
noise, others to protect health, others ti
remove odors, etc. Thr nosition is nltei
taken thnt there is somcthini; objection.
aoie in similar restrictions when applied
to the huMiirss ol sclliii); by retail intoxi
cating liijuors. It is argued that us
liquors are used as a leverage anil tin
injury lollnwing them il taken in extra
is inflicted and i confined to the part
olleniling, then thesalrahoiild lie without
restriction, the contention lieing thai
what a man shall drink rnuullv with
what he shall cat is ut nrotKrlv mnttrr
.... ueie I. Ill llll. ptisilioil
the assumption of a fact which
loci not exist that when liquors
rti;e tnkenrTIn execs. the in
juries nre confined to the party oHcnding.
"Ily the general concurrence' of opinion
there are lew sources of crime and misery
to society equal to the dram shop where
intoxicating liuuors in small ounmitira
are sold indiscriminately to all pnrties
applying. The statistics of cverv state
show a greater amount of crime attribu
table to this than to anv other cause.
The sale ol liquors may Iwiibsnlulcly pro
hibited. It is a uursiion ol nulilic moral
ity and not of frdcrul law. There is no
inherent right of a citizen to sell intoxica
ting liquors liy retail: it is not the privi
lege ol a citixen ol the state or citizen of
the I'nited States. In the prohibition or
mutation ol the traffic discretion mnv
be vested in officers to decide to whom to
runt nnd to whom to rrluae liuuor
The court docs not isrrceive that the
ordinance under which the prisoner was
artesicd violated any pr-ivision of the
ledrrnl constitution and laws, and that
as to the state constitution and laws it
is bound by the decision of the state su
preme court that the ordinance dins not
violate theiu. The order discharging
prisoner from custody is therefore rc-
ersed mid the case remanded with direc
tions to take further proceedings in con
formity with the opinion ol the court."
A J x Revolt Down lu Montlu.
La LiHKNfAU, Ran Salvador, Nov, It.
via Galveston, Texas tin the evening
of the 0th. part of the garrison at Otegu
cigalpn, Honduras, incited by General
Uongino Sanchez, revolted nnd took pos
session of thenisenul. President Btigram
at once took the field ngninst the insur
gents, rallying the pueblos to bis sup
Mirt, Already there has been severe
lighting. San Salvador has up to the
present time remained neutral.
RROKK ills) NIvCK.
Ons of the Rube Harrows UrniK
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 11. Joe Jackson
one of Rulie Marrows' gang, confined in
the ienitentinry here for some time
awaiting trial for truin robbery, and
whose trial was to have begun this
morning in thr ledernl court, suicided hy
j limping from the third floor of the cor
ridor of the court to the ground, dis
tance of sixty leet, his ntck being broken
by the full.
SHLVB--.R IN NORTH CAROLINA.
The Rlchcal rind of thai Metal
Kai.kiiiii, N. C, Nov. 11. The super
intendent ol the Silver Valley mines in
Davidson county reports the finding ol
the richest deposit of silver oreever found
in the south, a large vein of carbonate of
lead carrying 70 to 100 ounce of silver
and 30 ier cent of lend to the ton of ore.
Uov. Campbell la aerloaaljr III.
Coli m Ill's, 0., Nov. 11. Gov, Camp
bell is so seriously ill thnt visitors have
been forbidilen. He is threatened with
typhoid pneumonia and it is doubtful if
he recovers sumcirntiy to attend the
Thurmnn banquet Thursday evening.
Know Whsl's ood for Them.
LoNnoN, Nov, 11. Despite the ortler
issued by the government prohibiting the
emigration of peasants and Polish Tews
to Brazil, 300,000 hnve left Kussin for
that country during the past three
DEATH OF MRU. H. K. PATTON.
A LoiiK, Pure and I'eeftil Life
Died at her residence in Asheville, on
Monday night, November 10, 1HU0, ut
10 o'clock, und in the eighty-sixth year
of her ugc, Henrietta Kerr Pulton,
the fntthfut, loving wife of lames W.
Patton, wlio in his duy was one of the
most active and public spirited men of
tnis stale, and who died in the vear lNlil .
I he subject ol tins sketch was born in
Charleston, S. C, on November 0, lHOfi
As a young woman she removed to Ashe-
vine nun was married in lcKIU, and par
taking or her husbnnd's enthusiastic love
of his hoim, siie, through the immy
years of widowhood and to within a
fortnight of her death kept bright her in
terest in all that iiertaincd to the welfare
of this city.
Although nllhcted for mnnv veurs with
serious deafness, she bus by reading kept
apace wilh the minds of "her voungest
li lends, of whom she bad a great num
ber, and by her invariable loruetfuluess
of self nnd interest in the jovs and griefs
of others, she has won the ardent love
and high esteem of all who knew her.
as a christian ner record is mire, aim
pie. loving liuth in her God and Savior
and loyal devonon and suinmrt to hi
church. The frst memlicr ol Trinilv
Kpiscoiml Pui'ii, she but rejoiced ihiilv
for quarter of a century totally unable
iu near a single worn oi sermon or ser
vice, she has rarely been absent from her
nccustomed seat, when the church was
open, and as an evidence thnt her devout
irayers were recorded in (,od's loving
leart, almost her last intelligible renuest
was: Sing tor me the liloi m in Kxcel-
Ves indeed, "filory lie to Cod on hiuh.'
ior nnving given us t nc testimony.
COI. .. I.. FINCKF. DIC AD.
Hlk Death Occura Thin) Morning
at Half I'aal Meven,
Col. C. I.. Fincke died at the Wigwam
on Mcrrimon u venue this morning. Con
sumption, from which he bad hern suffer
ing for a number of venrs, caused his
lenth, which occurred at hall past seven
Col. Pinckc was Ml years of age. H
came here Ironi iinmklyn, .V more
than a venr ago, thru in a very advanced
stage of the disease which resulted in his
leath. His l.imilv. consisted ol a wile.
wo daughters and two pons. His tains
ire IhiIIi owav nt school. The remains
were taken awa to-dav on the 2 o'clock
rain I He interment will lie in Mrook-
vn. .Mr. I-ml l-imkc, n brother ol tin
lecensed wns here nt the time of his
leutli, ,is were alto In. sisters. Mrs.iMor-
uan anil .Mrs r.-icxard. lirnoklv n.
A part of the family will remain in
tiOHI-l-.l. MlvKTINU TOPICH.
The..- will be Held Kvcry Nlithl
The topics fr the gostel meetings for
oung men which are held each iiijht
this week at 8 o'clock nt the V. M. C. A.
will be as follows:
Tuesday, Nov. 11. Svmiiathclic. but
Unsatisfied. John 111 : 1-10.
Wcdnesduv. Nov. Vi. A man who
knows his own heart. I 'sal ins LI: 1-10.
Thursday. Nov. 13. Almost ruined bv
pride. II Kings V: 1-15.
rnilav, .Nov. 14. Knowing what he
ught to do, but refusing. Murk X : 1 7-
Saturday. Nov. IS. Rellivtinir too late.
Luke XVI: 19-31.
All men arc cordially invited to intend
The half hour prnvcr meclinus which
nre held each afternoon at 4.311 o'clock
promise to be ol unusual interest. La
dies lire especially to these la tier services.
PATTI ROMA IN "IMP,"
he Make a Decided Hit In Ashe.
Pntti Kosu wns greeted by an immense
audience at the (irnnd oiicrn house Inst
night. All the seats were tilled and n
large number were able to get "standing
room only." The popular little uctiess
as "Imp" in the comrdy-drnmn of thnt
name nciiiittcd herself splendidly. Her
songs and dances were in keeping with
the excellent name which she has won
for herself both at home and abroad.
ro. C. Ilonilnee, jr., us Sampson Sail,
energetic American hind Ixiomer in
liuglond, did some good ncting. The
other characters played their parts well
and the entertainment wus on I lie whole
one ol the best of the season.
TKN WKRK KII.LKD.
Werlou Reaull oracolllxlon on an
London, Nov. 1 1. A collision occurred
to-day on the Orent Western rnilwuy nt
Norton Pitx Wnrren stntion, near Toun-
ton, between n freight train and iisiecinl
trnin from Plymouth which was con
veying passengers from the steamer Nor
ham Castle, which had Just arrived at
'lymouth from Ciie Good Hoie. Ten
persons were killed nnd eight injured.
NO WATER TO-DAV.
But It Will be on n Supper
The wnter supply of the city was cut
oft entirely Inst night and to-day liecnusc
of break in the main between the pump
nd standpipc. This wns fixed nnd the
small pnmp is at work now. Wnter is to
be turned on this nliernoon. The valve
for the large pump has been ordered by
telegraph and was shipicd from New
York hy express yestrrdny. It will not
take long to have it fixed when it comes.
FAII.l'RtC ON CMANOIt.
I la of a firm Thai Repreeenta
Nkw YokK.Xov.ll. 10:00a, m. Chns.
M. Whitney, a prominent member of the
stock exchange has just eu.cnilcil. The
brm It coniiKisetl ol Chnrlrs M. Whitney,
Kdwln 8. l.nrchnr and Frank M. I.nr-
ehnr, The assignment was mnde to
George W, Quintnrd; no preferences. The
firm represents here thc bitney national
hnnk ol New Urlenns ami other southern
nsjar Trual Recelvera.
Nkw York, Nov. 11. Judge Piatt this
morning appointed, as receivers for the
sugar trust, General Henry W, Rlocum,
Henry 0. Hevemeyer and 8. V. White,
HEAVY TRAIN KUIUIKRY,
TWKM'li TIIOl'NAKU DOIJ.AKH
Aa I'Hi.iil, H wns Done ICiiallv,
Kvervlhlnir Ilcliig Kavorable for
the Robbers A o I.ohh AIho.
AfursTA, C.A., Nov. 11. Two night
trains on the Georgia Kailroad, one leav
ing Atlanta lor Augusta at 11:30 ami
the other leaving Augusta for Atlanta at
the same hour, were robbed last night,
the later of tibout $10.
Messenger Picklcu, who reached here
this morning, is a heavy loser, as n tele
gram from Atliintn says his package
amounted to $ll'.iiuii. picklcu savs In-
must have been robln-d Ian ween Couvcrs
and Oconee bridge, about eighty mil,
from Atlanta, lie was asleep on a e
in Ins car ami the robber must have en
tered the door next to I lie- engine. His
key wns in his vest nockei. winch liunu
on me Willi. ,
Iloth roliU-rics werecviilentlv the work
ol the same man, who probably knew the
run oi i ne mini. I lie trams were not
stopped, the robber mounting tliein at
the station iiiiclly anil doing Ins work
and getting oil at llicncxtsiatioii. M
sengcr Small, on the up rain, loses only
THK STOCK MARKIvT
InUvtlerHluipe Than llWusl es.
n iiikk, aov. u London prices
tins morning were materially higher ami
this stock market opened with gains ol
from 1 to St. Paul, sui-ar.aiid I .ouia.
viljcnnd Nashville scoring the greatest
gains, i ne mai Kel then reacted on heavy
selling, principally ol Villard securities.
Richmond anil West Point prcfcneil
uropiKii m. mill, i.ackawan.-i ami
Western 1'iiion. each two and Villard
three to six iht cent, on free
liiiyint.' mill the announcement of the
npiHiimment ol trustees ol the sugur
trusts. I he market regained the lossct
and rallied further on the receipt
ol the private cable advirt-a an.
notinciiig that three million nomnla in
gold was on its win- to London irom
the continent, t hat inom-v tlu-re -. m.
ier and that tin fortni-jhllv settlemen.
had la-en in.-rkcd by only oiic small fail
H Til. I. (i tIMMU.
A DriMucrittlv Mfimtor PnHHlltle
Kroia. Mt'ulliva.i IllluolH.
Clllc ai'.o. Nov. 11. All error has been
discovered in footing up the returns ol
the second senatorial district, anil it now
a p wars that Kinney Idem. I for repre
sentative was elected instead of Iloppin
I rep. I If the ollit-ial count verities the
election ol Kenny, the democrats will
have Ml votes in the assembly und the
republicans but 100, thus making the
election of John M. Palmer to the 1'iiiteil
Stales senate the next thing certain.
t't nt:u iiiNHi mptivi:h.
Dr. Kocli'a Method or Trval.nt-.it
IIkki.ix, Nov. 11. Prof. Koch has dis.
misHil ns completely cured several of the
patients whom he has lieen treating for
consumption. His son-m-law. Dr. Pfuhl.
promises that the method of treatment
will be made public within three weeks
He says that the method is not exactly
in the nature of iiiiiociilatiou, und he as
serts that it cures lupus cpiickly am!
A l ight lor au.ooo.
I'oKl t.ASIi. OKI oos, Nor. 11. Articles
ol agreement lor the light Ikiwccii Jack
licmpsev and Mob l-iusiuiinons, the Aus
tralian, la-lorc the New Oi leans Athletic
Club lorn purse ol Sll'.IMllJ was re-
ei-ivcd here yesterday ami signed bv
Average Tlelda Per Acre.
Wasiiinoton, Nov. II. November re
turns to the department ol agriculture ol
thr mtcs ol yield K-r acre make the aver
age tor corn I'.l.ll bushels; potatoes fiT.o
bushels: buckwheat 1 .f bushels: hav
1.J0 tons: tobacco TIM pounds.
.47-ma.s or cu.si:ori:cii.
The doetors who are atteudinu I.onl
Coleridge, lord chief justice ol Ciigland,
have loriiiiiilen linn to atteiiil toauy liusi
less lor se veral days.
At meetings held throughout rlelgium
iu favor of Hie eight-hour working dat
um! universal sullrngc many sa'akersad-
vocatvil a licigiaii reiuiiiic.
The PriniT of Wales and other noted
l-'nghslum-n, nre interested in the scheme
of General Hoolli. ol i he Salvation Army,
for the relief i f poverty, ignorance anil
vice in Liigland.
Icm Smith, the linglish lighter, nnd
Prank Sliiviu, the Australian iiuiiilist.
who, iu iK-i-emlier last, fought n prize
fight near llruges, Ilclgiiim, were each
sentenced in Loudon to otic month's im
The armored cruiser Maine is to lie
launched November IN,
The democrats will have a mnioritv of
1311 over nil opposition in the llouse ol
The Ilrooklvn Kngle advises Gov. Hill
to take thct'iiilcil States srniitorshiiiand
stand nsiilc for Cle vela in I lor President.
The argument is being put forward that
it would U- "good polities" lor the dem
ocrats to elect it Northern man Spi nkerol
tnc next House oi Kepicsentntivcs,
It isconsldried supicious that the rc-
piiblicnu vote last Tuesday was .overs
large in Philailelpliia nml the dcinocniti'c
vote Irlloll U'.tliioirom the vote ior Cleve
land. Il is reported that Mr. Theodore Thon'
ns is under contrai l to go to Chicago lor
three years as the conductor of the best
orchestra he can get together, l-ilty men
in Chicago are said to liitvc given n guar
antee ol 1,01)0 each er year for the sup
port of the project.
New Hampshire republicans have de
cided to attempt to sent the mcinbcie
ol the legislature elected Irom towns mid
wards which show gains in population
which entitle them to rxtra representa
tion under the new apportionment. This
would give the republicans a majority of
two on joint ballot.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAUB MARK REOI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE ANI
Cures) Kvery Variety or Headache
AND NOTHlNO KL8B.
Has earned ior itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and rclinbl" article iu the market for the
sK'cdy relief and cure of every variety of
thut common trouble, Hbaoacub. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which ulmost everyone needs, and
those who hnve once tried it, will never
I'or its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
since it docs not contain an atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young und 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 its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
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
the market, wherever known.
OIK BISONS FOR USB.
The dose fur an adult is two teaapoonfuls
n a wine rIsm of water. Doc for childrea
proportiua, according to age la either
:ac the dec can be repeated .very thirty
iniuue. until a cure I. effected. One 0 oat will
ulway. drive away aa attack of Headache,
il taken when nnt feeling the premonitory
symutom.; but u the attack i well on, and
u tiering i. iutcuae, tbe second or third do.
nay be required. Usually a greater camber
dose. i. required to .fleet the flrat curt
thaa i. needed lor aay succeeding time there.
ufter, .bowing that tbe medicine Is aceama-
ntlve in it. erleet., tending toward aa event
ual permanent cur.
For .ale at
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ASH E villi:, n. ('.
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