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Eternal advertising is tho
price of trade. Home argue
that it is expensive to adver
tise. It is the most vrofita
hie expense you can ha ve. if
you handle it properly. Mil
ford, Mass., Journal.
A man yriih a business cap
able of being profitably ad
vertised, but who refuses to
give printers1 ink a trial, is
his own worst enemy. Prin
Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 165.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place pluuiiml and devel
oping ats u i
Situated in t he
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted (or health
YuliifHH and Itt'iiut.v of
An elevation of :.,soo feet,
It is being laid out with
tftHte and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fin
HK4THI I L HOMttti.
A good oport unity
profitable invest nts.
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
l.lnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C,
The InriiC stiM-V .if new
title, recently pun-hascil by
MIm Klllck while North are
arriving dully. They re both
benutifui la design ami chcnti.
Call and In.pcct.
30 South Main Street. jo
33 8. MAIN T.. AHHHVILLB.
1. Tit rtc r
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View "! Sketches.
Wiltsb n. Owv,
W. W. WT
GVYN & WEST,
lluccceors to Walter B.Owynl
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Hecurel Placed at
Notary Pabllc. Commissioners ol Deed.
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
And .o doe. A.hevllle The ureal hu.tlln.
act I. now belnn performeil by all genuine
liu.lneu men ot tn.
HI TUB not'TII. Bvery man ha. III. scheme
..... I. 1m mnat l'.mt. to Hltt Unwlll'
Ing ear.. We don't mind lelllng you that our
scheme I. to Mil all the Innd and In.ure all
the property we run, before "The Koliin.
NcatAKnln." We have Junt been aptmlntrd
Kent, for th. Old Reliable Pennsylvania Hire
In.nranct Co., and ' we want you to In.ure
JENKS A JKNKS,
REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE.
Moorug o A 10, McAfee Block
n Pattnr. Av AhrHI. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford tftv. thut H li. Kwnrt
told him that he heard Jim GudKr thut
tloli Vance told him that Kope ttltu heard
that there wfti no doubt'hatW. W Kollini
aid thnt Tom JohiiMtun thtiugbt that Hob
Fur man bud told Sit ling Hull that Buffalo
IMU had declared to j H. Courtucy thut It
wan generally believed that Uun RcynoMi
had said in plain tvrun that he hvard Jack
Wurley nay that hi friend John L. Hulllvun
had laid that Hill IX aver iniornutl him nt
the conKTt-snlonal convention In thin elty that
It was a well known ftut that the llouno-
kcrirm' Union had cuiiKht Urn. Cllnpmnn In
aylnir thnt In hin iiplnlun It wan a mutter of
fuel and of Kin' nubile Interest thnt J. J.
Mac key Intimated to Jcm l.iiwrr thnt Hilt
Nye hud auld while attending the county con
vention last Saturday that anyone cauicht
rradinjf thw shall repair at once to the store
of A. I. COOl'ltR, Nnrlh Court Kquarc, nnd
.licet his mammoth stuck of all kinds of
iiroeerics, Provisions, Jbc, where nrrnnKC
mrnts have lieen made to furnWh you all
kinds of Staple and Pnncy Crocerics of the
(lest (Juallty at the Lowest Trice.
W.A.Blaih. J.V. Biiown.
No. 3a Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, ami in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amint' our well selected stock
Which we are offeriiigat rock
bottom priccH. Undertaking
a HMcial feature. Calls at
tendetl day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night 03.
ill get there. Welietun olil Xeli a. Iwlim
the licsl Flour In town. We hnvc Jnt rccclv
pil fresh I t of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and Kl them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Kstate Brokers,
And InTcatment Agent.
Loan, m urcly placed at M per cent.
J A OS Patton Avenue Becona noor.
AKTHtm J. WILL.
0M Patton Avenue.
Neat V M C A hulld'K.
no vl d.'lm
V O llolnu4.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BualncM
Loan, atcanly placed at per cent.
TO ALL POINTS.
Nallniad tlraeta nnuirht. M"l'r",Wj
.nrnm-e. C. P. V. Ticket Broker, oppo.lt.
I. V. BOUL.INEAU
fhnlrr Beef. Mutton. Veal
EXTRA FINE IAUSAOE A SPECIALTY.
(TOTAL PALM !
1 1 1m the aeknowlt dK'tl etintiiuiouK attrartlon
of Asheville. New winds have been dully nt
ri villi till our uvniluble ttoiu-e is tMkeii und
now the IfirK' store )inent the iipiiettnimt
of nn almost rndletis ea ot I'im-fhliia, i.Iiiks
ware, Lamps, IIouhc i'tiruirthliiK toids, -c.
The newest dciKnt
mid the most stylinh
lhjimI" will hIwiivhIk
foutid In our store.
The ru-ih continues
iHt-oidiiilU invited to
vill n and h v tht
Those who come on
ly to look and nd
riiire our stock will
n'wnys rcetlvf the
same courteous ui
tentlon as thorn
m kiiiK purchitst s
The lidittm talkuiK
dulls are en r uu
i.n.l will arrive this
week. Call and see
Ihem. They are nurt
to Interest you
NothinK like it ever
setn In our elty.
Come nnd secure
weddniK presents while the stock Is Ircsh nnd
new We have knocked the l ottom out ol
hiKh prices und are ackuowlcdmd to l e the
Icudeis In our line.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
Cr' 'decry, P.l.wnre, l.nmp., llouc Furnlnh
lnii, etc., etc.
41 PATTON AVE.
T. C. SMITH & CO..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
We ask BjMHiial attenlion
or Men and BoyH.and Wraps
of all Ki'adtw for Ladies, MixH-
ew and Children.
One price Hyntin.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, aho(?, Dry
Htory Ooo1h, Hats,
Carjiets and Gener
7 A 9 PATTON AVK.
olWILKIE X ATK1NS,IX
MAM'r ACTfaaa. a Joannas or
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
And Wholesale Fruit Dealer
Nl). U PATTON AVU., AHIIBVILLB.
CATERERS TO THE BEST TRADE.
We have constantly on hand In our retail
department all the delicacies of the aenaon, In
choice Fruit., line Cnnillc. and fnncy Cake.
LADIES, READ I
3IRIE. LAN SD ALE,
Hpedall.t In Treating
FALLING HAIR AND SCALP DISORDERS,
office Hour.: a. ro. to 8 p. m.
No. 9 North Main Street.
Invalid Ladles Waited onat their Home..
CBLKnMATBD "NBWMAN NBMVB TON.
IC" ON KALII.
Warm eomfbrtahlt room., bona, newly lur
nl'hedood table. Term, reaaonablc. Oo
a,rt..rll. MRi L ,MATHBHi,
JulylSilOia 81 Patton Art.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
KKUINll.II HIUl'HAI.I. HAKIi
lil AT WIIOUIITM'K,
HE FIRMLY PROTESTS HIS INNO
CENCE TO THE LAST.
Woodstock, (int., Nov. 14. KcKinnld
llirchull, wliuHi'caw tuts uttrnctvil almost
universal interest, vmih IuiiikuI "tr-' tliis
mornini; lor the inunler of I'. C. Henwcll,
a lellow IviiKlislnnnii wliom hi lured to
America from Ivnluud nnd then killed in
a lonelv swamp not far from Niagara.
Birehiill met his fnte firmly and .lied
without showing any nin of lear. His
wife called on him ai 7 o'clock last even
inunndwasaloncwiihhim until I o'clock
in the mornincwhen there was a sorrow
llirchull Hieut the most of the remain
der ot the night in reading the scriptures,
praying and talking with Kcv. Kural
Hcun Wade and the turnkey. He also ar
ranged his affairs with his executors.
The quietness of death pervaded the
jail until the hangman from Toronto
came. He demanded admittance ana
when inside, spoke loudlv und so ofton
that the guards who have become at
tached to llirchull through bis uniform
courtesy, were glad when the hmv nan
unconcerncdlv went to sleep.
At 4 o'clock Birchnll bode goodbye to
the night guard, Midgely, who has been
lie I Ilirtlwilll was fearful thata'Tukcd"
confession might be given out aftci his
lea til and so prepared this document :
WoollSTOCK fiAOI., I
Nov. 10, 18U0.
"II after my death there shall nppeariu
the press, or in any other manner what
soever, any conlession that 1 had any
hund in the murder ol F. C. Bcnwell, oi
ocrsoiml knowledge of suid murder with
intent or malice alorcthoughl, or any
iwraonal connection with the murder on
the 17th of February or anv other day.
or any knowledge tnat sucn muruei
was likely to uc committed, oi
any statement further than any that I
may have made public previous to this
date, 1 hand this statement to the cart
of Geo. I'erry, of Woodstock, Di.t., thai
he may know thnt onvconlession or par
tial confession are entirely fictitious anil
in no wuy were ever written bv mi.
neither emanated from me in nny wav
whatsoever to any icrson, and tin
whole arc fictitious and without a won
ol truth. This likewise applies to my
story in the Mail, in which I have made
no sucn conicssiou or partial coiiicbi.iuh
"Tin holds good throughout.
his last hoi ks.
At six o'clock the other persons were
put to work to get them out of the way
and Biahnll ate a couple of eggs, refus
ing other things, though lie had eaten
nothing during the night.
The crowd from the surrounding coun
try had by this time collected and about
JOO KT8ims with admission cards wen
let into the jail yard. The trees, wall
anil other places near by were crowded
His last hours llirchull spent with the
rector, Ur. Kice, the gaol surgeon, nnd
with Mr. Iectham, of Montreal, llirch
all's college chum, who has stuck to him.
All preparations were completed and
the executioner bound Hirchall's arms.
TO TUB SCAFFOLD.
At 8.25 o'clock the awful procession
began, Kev. Rural Dean Wade lending
and rending the church of Knglnud ser
vice for the dead. Behind him were the
jail officers nnd the prisoner, deathly
pale, but resolute. Him step was steady.
His jet black hair and moustache made
the nallor ol his face look like marble.
At the mil vnrtl the ii
ITIBOOVI B II mm.
Unburn, walked with him nnd held one
hand in both of his with all the assurance
of n friend's heart e limit.
The procession stopped nt the gallows
until tne enurcn service wns iiuisueu. r.i
the imllowa Ihenriaoner hud a fixed look
It was ot despair j lie had strung his
wnoic ucing up iu me koiov
As the last word of the service wen-
said Birchall stepiwd lirmly lorwnrd
took Lee t ham's hands in his and Un
friends kissed ench other under the gal
lows. Ilirchnll's lens were bound, the
hlnrk enn nut on nnd the noose adjusted
At HMn the siunnl was uiven nnd the
drop fell. Convulsions commenced hall
u minute later, but they were not at all
violent more resembling Heavy ivrcatn
ing with a slight twitching of hnnds
and legs. ...
At Hi.HI'ii tne convulsions nno ccasco
and nt H:3G Ur. ChtimlH.Tlain, who stood
with his hand on the body, declared tnnt
lifi. was rvtinet.
There were just six minutes from tne
drop until the Doctor fleciarcii uircnau
dead. The post mortem wns held lie
1 1- n.llnni. nnd Coroner Mcl.ov oreiided
nt the iuiiucst. Ur. Clinmhcrlnin said
the neck wns broken.
PROF, KOCH'M TRKATMKNT
How It Acted on One Patlent-
Bkri.in, Nov. 12. The following par
ticulars are published of a case of lupu
of the face in Frankfort, which Vr. Ub-
bertx hus lieen trenting by Prof. Koch
method : Six hours after the Injection ol
the lymph the tcnicrnttire ol the patient
rose to over 104 F. nnd the pulse to 1UU.
At miitniiTht the fever abated, the sores
swelled, the heads of the lupus ulcers be
en me liuht yellow, nnd from them exuded
n icnmi Tumid. Alter thirteen hours
i.nlia beirnn to form. To-dny the ua-
tient was free from fever and the ulcers
were covered with scabs similar to those
on a person recovering from an eruptive
f-wr nr from ccneinn. The doctor intends
to inject more lymph when the scabs fall.
A medical corresondcnt reports thnt
In a cose of lung disease the putient com
plained of pains in the knee, which were
regarded as proof of the tuberculous na
ture ol the disease, und that an injection
oflvinpliwns maae in the back which
was followed by considerable swelling of
the knee joints.
No lCxcitciueitt on Hie New York
Nkw Vork, Nov. 14. The market to
day was characterized by the absence of
the excitement ol the last few days. The
tone wiis wenk and a 'rnctiou lower. I'a-
ific Muil and some of tliesnecialtieswere
hammered down two points or more;
Union Pacific and Louisville & Nashville
Vieach: St. I'aul nnd Atchison l' ench.
The market steadied some about noon.
Cashier Inucrsnll, of the suspended
North Kivcr bunk, said thismorniiigthat
the depositors would secure every dollar
they put into the bank. The only ones
who would lose auvthing would he the
stockholders. It was onlv possible for
he bank to resume, he declared, if the
irectors would put up the necessary
BOUT OXEA DAY NOW.
ANOTHICK FATAL RAILWAY
on taused It, mid Two 1"uhhc-ii.
Kern Were Killed Outritrlit, and
otfierM will lle, It Ih Feared,
PiTTsiiruo, I'.i., Nov. 14. A collision
iccurrcd on the Pennsylvania railroad
ueur New Florence, Pn., this morning bc-
ween the first and second sections of the
western express, killing two passengers
and injuring eleven others.
The killed arc: Henry l. Miuot, of
Brooklyn, und Mrs. S. 11. Augcll, of
Injured: K. S. Pelancy and wife, of
Havmarket, Vn., very severely; J. F.
Mathews, of Baltimore, very seriously;
J. Hetlman, of Washington, internally;
William Rochester, of the Hoffman house,
N. Y., internally; A. C. Hicks, of Provi-
lence, K. 1, seriously; Miss M. V. Kel
logg, ol Richmond, slightly: J. II. Hill, of
Snnbury, Pa., internally injured, serious;
William .Miller, ol Alleglianev Lity, very
serious; llcnry .McCorniick, engineer
Nineveh, very seriously; Ur. Wickle very
At least fourof the injured, it is thought
The horror of the sei lie was increased
by the burning ol the Pullman conches.
The accident was can: cd l a heavy-
log which prevented the engineer Irom
seeing the first section in time to stop his
rain. 1 he first section left .New kork
tsl evening. At Harrisliurg the Wash
ington sleciier was auached and the
train was due at Pittsburg at 7:4.".
ItlMCt StrJIO.N AT Till'. I.VCKt'JI.
tleveral tthort KneecheH
William Johnston, jr., opened the dis
cission at the Lyceum last night on the
piestion "Do tne signs ol the limes imii-
itc the subversion of the government .'"
Mr. Johnston took the alliriuutive side.
As his reasons for taking this stand lie
poke of the danger arising from immi
gration, lie said this was a great me
nace, as foieigners, coining in with diller-
ent ideas, would be likely to band to
gether against Americans should any
great question arise and would Ik- a
great power in deciding such question.
Another danger, he said, was socialism
nnd this is ted bv immigration. He also
SHikc of Catholicism, which vests the
power in lire po)e, musing nun virtually
kinu und causinu theoverthrow of Amer
ican institutions. In closing he sixikc ol
the constant tendency toward the loi illa
tion ot castes and said that when the rich
rule the poor there will a subversion.
Air. John . Mnriics also iook iiicai
firmulive side of the uuesiioii. He sooke
of unjust administration, sectional laws
nno laws ior ine classes ugaiust. masses
as unfavorable signs. Another reason in
Ins niind.liesaid.wasilomiueieing church
creeds. He said that such creeds should
never be legalized so as to become laws
anil that eople should be allowed to
think lor themselves. Mr. Slarnes also
spoke of the woman's suffrage question
us one ol the signs indicating tne gov
Mnior T. C. cstall took the side op
posed to the first two sieakcrs. I le said
lie could see no storms rising, and that il
the nut ion hud passed through the late
war without falling i. could suri-lv stand
a great deal. He said everything seemed
lavoraole now ami that lie nan seen
greater obstucles righted than now ap
Air. II. H. Mevenssaxi tnat til nisopin-
ioii immigration was no (lunger, as a
wise legislation could stop that when it
became a menace. He expressed liurscll
as against Catholicism.
Col. L. M. 1 latch made a snort tarn in
which he said that the wnplc need have
no tear of Roman Catholics as times had
chunucd since the days of their misdo
Mr. Locke Craig spoke ofthegrent
danger of the money power in elections.
He sun t int tne siuus were uuiavoraoie
but that some signs were looming up in
the distance that mean Detter tilings.
Mr. T. K. tiainesexnressed lumsell nslie-
lieviug thnt there would lie a subversion,
because ol tne laet iiiui iiiosc tilings mm
will do for one age would not answer lor
Gen. T. L. Chnginnii also spoke for a
short while. He dwelt on the great evils
of using money to obtain power and
made it very goon mix on tne suojcci.
K I LI. LI) A MTI' llliNT,
What In the Ann Arbor rnlveri.lt
Ann Akiiok, Midi., Nov. 14. A serious
row occurred here last night lictwccn the
coIIcl'c at iidcnlBuiul u company of militia,
who were t real ing one ot their comrndts
to a chitrivitri in honor oi ins marriage,
The company fired a saline, which at
tracted about 1,01)0 students to the spot
When the company moved oil the stir
dents lell in hchindi much to the uiiuoy
iniee ol the company and the cxusiktii
tion of Lieut. Granger, who ordered the
company to charge tne students.
Then ensued one oft he fiercest hand-to-
hand conflicts ever witnessed here, The
militin used their in tisketsnsclubs, nnd the
students aeixed anything available as
weapons. The iiijurednicnumcroiis.nnd
one filial result is just reported. Irving
Dcnnison, the son of P. U. Denuison, of
Toledo, 0.. died this morning from being
struck by n stone,
near Admiral ateedit.an Head
Washington, Nov, 14. Reur Admiral
Steediunn (retired) died at his home in
this city lust night, aged NO, his death
beinu due chiefly to the debility of age.
His remains will be taken to Boston lor
interment in Mt. Auburn,
THK llANOl lCT AT COI.l'JIBI'S
I. At r NIGHT.
It Was an lviitlre Hnccea The
Old Komaii and Lx-l'reHldent
Cleveland Heartily Cheered by
Republican) and Democrats).
t'oi.i M iirs, Nov. 14 At theThurmun
bnnipiet hall last night the decorations
perlccted under thenrtistic hnndsof qual
ified workmen were a marvel of imposing
The list of the distinguished visitors
and those who occupied scats at the ta
ble was not composed exclusively of dem
ocrats. There were a numlwr ol repub
licans here from Ohio nnd elsewhere.
It was just M o'clock when ex-l'resident
Cleveland und Judge Tliurmnn entered
the room arm in arm. A mighty cheer
went up from 1, III ill throats ns the audi
ence caught sight of the two distinguished
guests of the evening, nnd simultane
ously every man arose fiom his seat and
waved the traditional red bandanna
haiiilkerehiel'iii honor of the Old Roman.
With dignity, yet smilingly, Mr. Tliur
mnn boweil to bis thousand frantic ad
mirers and drover Cleveland did likewise
as cheers lor the ex-president rent the nir.
The bund struck up the "Star Spangled
Haulier" and all remained standing until
the close. Then ut a signal from the
chairman the vast multitude sank into
scats at the lestive board and the ban
Seated at the sneakers' table were Al
len li. Tliurnian, G rover Cleveland, lohn
J. Lenu, chairman of the Thurman club ;
Allen W. I Illinium, Joseph Outhwntte,
ex-Senator Joseph Mel'onald, ex-Post-
master licucrul Hon. Al. Dickinson, Con
gressman m. L. Wilson, Congressman
W. C. P. Breckinridge. Judge H. A. Har
rison, den. Kwing, Gov. Jackson, Gov.
Boyd, of Nebraska, ex-Commissioner
Coletiiun, Congressman Win. M.
Springer, ol Illinois, Geo. Hwing Bishop
Watterson, ex-Gov. Bishop, ex-Solicitor
General Jenks, Congressman Duburrow,
At the conclusion of the banquet, John
I Lent, chairman ol the Thurman Club,
rapHil the vast assemblage to order and
introduced Congressman Outwnite, the
toastmaster of the evening. He made a
short address and then udgc Thurman
responded, lie said, in the course ot his
speech, that he would never again be a
candid. itc for unv office. He rapidly
sketched the progress of the world in the
last seventy years and said:
"Gentlemen, I have said enough, more
indeed than 1 exKeted to snv. Oner
more, let me return to vou my sincercst
thanks. Vou have gladdened the heart
and brightened the footsteps of an old
nan, your devoted friend, ill Ilia descent
ol the hill of life when he has almost
reached its loot. May God bless vou all.
is his earnest prayer."
T'-c toastiuastcr then introduced ex
President Grover Cleveland. As the ex
prcsi lent arose, cheer after cheer went up
from the multitude and bandannas were
Among other things Mr. Cleveland
said : "Nothing could so well ncconipnny
the honors we pay our distinguished
guest us the celebration on his birthday
of the victory which has just been
achieved in vindication of American citi
zenshiplor in him we honor the man
who has ln'st illustrated true Amcri.
can manhood. Our rejoicing and his
lire increased, as we also celebrate to
night the triumph ol the democratic pirn
cuilc for which he loitght and fell two
short years ago; und to complete our
joy and his we are permitted to indulge
in true democratic enthusiasm over the
steadfastness and devotion to the creed
exhibited by our party, which knowing
no discouragement, has fought to victory
in the people's cause."
Throughout Mr. Cleveland! address he
was constantly interrupted by prolonged
applause and cheers,
I here were several other toasts ana
TIIL I'ONSI'MKH PAY).
I. licet of the New TarlrT Kill In
Pkovipi:nck, R. I., Nov. 14. Although
the election is past the new tariff bill con
tinues to gel ill its work. A Westmin
ster street crockerv importer, who does a
big business, received a lot of English
white ware. The invoice puce wns 9Unn
(in crates and packing alone the duties
umoiiuled to $111. while the total duties
were about SI1H 7,", not quite half of the
cost of the ware in F.iigluud. The duty
on the crates will lie made up, however,
by higher prices on the dishes.
A Menalor Who Has) Hope.
Chic Aim, Nov. III. Senator Farwell is
not disposed to concede the election ol a
democrat to fill bis chair in the I'nited
States Senate. In an interview he lays
the detent of the Republican party in
Illinois to three causes: The Mckinley
bill, the Compulsory Uduciitioit law, and
the l-nrmcrs Alliance.
AW A IKS OF COSSIiO.Vli.Wli.
Inn si (civil from the throne opening
the Prussian IHct Emperor William an
nounced that a hill to tax incomes would
be introduced iu that body.
A London newspaper states that the
basis of negotiations between Ureal
Britain and l-rnnce for the settlement of
the Newfoundland fishery dispute is thnt
France shall surrender to lircut nntoin
the French shore of Newfoundland nnd
hall be ceded one of the Btitish West Af
The census office has decided to make
no recount of population in nny city.
Indue Siindel. associate justice of the
supreme court of Arkansas, died at his
home, at Fort Mtniin.
Army and naval officers will lie sent to
Central and South American countries
to disseminate information concerning
the Chicago worm s lair.
The hues of the Munhnttnn elevated
railway company of New Vork for the
fiscal yenr ended September 30, carried
total ol 1HH,(m,bi7 pussenBcrs.
It is thought in New York that Gov-
cruor Hill will allow himscll to slide into
the United Stntcs senntorship as on ac
quiescence to tne "voice oi tne people.'-
An opinion wits filed In the supreme
court of New Jersey by Chief Justice
Bcuslcy in the case of James A. Dempscy
nuuinst the city ol Newark, deciding that
the liberation of the ward lines of city
by special legislation is unconstitutional.
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tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article iu (be market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hbadachi. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quurtcrs, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who hove once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL ANO COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom ol
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is nt 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 bead-
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.
OIRUC . JON8 FOR USB.
The doae for an adult la two teaipoooluls
In a wtne (laM of water. Doac for children
in proportion, according to ace. In either
aac tne dote call tie repeated every thirty
mioue. until a cure I. effected. One soae will
alwaya drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when Itrat feeling the premonitory
ymutuma; but if tbe attack la well on, and
.udenn i. inteuac, the second or third dot
may be required. Ueually a greater number
of doaca U required to effect the first cure
than ia needed lor any aucccediag time there
after, showing that the medicine la accumu
lative ia iu cITecta, trading toward an event
ual permanent cure
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