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VOLUME VI. NO. 177.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned (level
rSHiiRUil in U10
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A rciriou noted for health-
illlllCHH and beauty of
An elevation of :i,800 fc-et,
Jt in being laid out with
tjiHtu und skill, with well
uituled roads and e.tennive
A ihwrable plait' for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable inven(.iiieii(n. For
illiiHtrnMl pamphlet, nd-
1INVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Unvllle, Mitchell Co., N. V.
THE POPULAR SHOPPING PUCE.
Novelties fur the Holiday.
Make a specially of Mlk,
Wmil, Linen and Cotton Ma
terial, fur Art Km broidery.
Wrap, fur Ladies, Misses anil
Children. Underwear for l.a
dln, Mlm, Men and Buy..
A full Mac of Suicrior Dry
jo ftoutb Main Htrcct.jo
33 B. MAIN ST., AnllUVILLB,
-istiih ruci rua
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
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WAbTaa B. Own., W. W, War,
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REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans 8curlv Placed at
Notary I'lihlk. Commissioners ollieeds.
wricil asatlseaal Caart aajuarw.
"THE SON 00 MOVE,"
And an dnea A.hevlllr Th great hustling
act I. now bring performed hy all genuine
business mva if tn.
OH THH num. Beery niaa ha. hi. M-hrme
aad he relate. It In motl eg-, to ant unwlll
inn nn, W. don't mind Idling yon thnt our
scheme I. to sell all lh Innd and In.urr all
th. property wr can, IWor. MTh. Hnhln.
Nest Again." Wehav.Just brea appnlnle.1
agent, for th. Did Hrllalilr Prnnavlvanin fire
Insurance Co., and wa want yon to In.urt
JUNKS Jk JKNKft,
REAL UTAH AND WIURANCE.
Room 10, McAfee Block,
a Pattoa An., A.h.mr. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
HILL OF KAKK.
iminy uml HwtLiiHtlown I'lour.
Kctiuhtc Hunts, ami lliu-on.
Mince M ut.
OrnnKi K uml I .cmiuiik Celery.
CratttH nltH uml CranlK-ri y Huucc.
CitHtornia fan mil I'ruHa.
Ctrnticil Current nml KjiImWih.
CnkcN. Ciiikrm. Pickle. Olivtg.
Mmitrnnl mid Chcvc
A. n. COOPER.
VV.A.Klaik. J.V. Uuown.
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wo aro now ivady, and in
vito our friondH and the pul
lie Ki'iicraiiy lo can and cx-
ainiiie (Mir well KeltH txdl n(ock
Which w a iv offering at rock
hotloia priivH. Hudci'takiii'
HiMvial feature. t'allH a(r
teudiil day or nilit.
Telephone, day 75, niht G5.
BLAIR & DROWN.
will grt there. Wr bet oa Old Zcu a. IkImk
the Iml I'lour In town. Wc have Jut rrcdv.
cd a fmh lot at
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Etitate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan, w arcly placed at 9 per cent.
34 Aj Sit Pattoa Arenut Heeond floor.
ARTHUB J. WILLS.
3H I'atlna Avenue.
Ne.t V M C A hnlld'if.
I Ptirmerly of Lyman Jk Child I,
Ofllce No. f Legal Block.
Mtrictljra Brokerage Busluess
Lnaa. arrarely placed at per eeat.
VM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Anhewllle, N. C.
p. o. no a p.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINI SAUtASI A SPECIALTY.
up i 1 nn im
I' II ill il
j 1 n unu jj
NO. 41 PATTON AVENUE
Itintht' place lo huy ycur nice Chlnn,
I ntnpv, Huune I'lirn.NhltiKH, (.limtiwarv, fee,
OurBttH'k of thU I'luttt- itf unndit HurpaHHi'i
liny in the tatv. A vIhH will rnnvince vuu
A tnritr involve en route of the hand tut mm t
t hrlNtniUH itnoilH ever nhitiUtil in Anhevilk'
which wv how lo have ojwn by (K-c. 1. Come
urlv iinfl iit't Hrwt twleetlnnsi. An rxtrn Inrtn'
H'iH-k f Alter IHnner CotTecM. Puildinu Snlaii.
Merry and Ivt Cn-nm Ketn. All nuilahlc for
lirexciita. All mail ordern will receive prompt
nml ituick attention. (oodn Hhipitcd to any
pnrt of t e United State Visit un and gate
upon an alinoHt cndlcM sva of China and
THAO W. THRASH & CO.,
I'NUHK : OKAN1) i oi'liKA : llul'Sl!
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
We iwk HM-cial atlcntion
CLOTHING A w ..OVERCOATS
for Men am lioyK.and WrapH
of all Ki'i'dcH forLadicH,MiHH-
es and I'hildren.
Ono price Hytem.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
(Ilothin, WrnpH, KIkm'h, Dry
Htery (IooiIh, HatH,
CarpetB and Gener
7 a 9 PATTON AVK.
A PKIIHII LOTOI'
"MAILLARD'S" FINE CANDIES
Juat rcittvcd at
XIWILKIE X ATKIN8
NO. 1 SI IATTON AVII., AMMItVILLU.
Confectioners and Fruiter.
Mnitrt-rfit mtrnttnn itlvrti to rlwttrnlliiii unit
Hirutiutitu nl liMnhi in tif CnntlU-n, I' rutin.
etc. The vhtiliTMt I'rults rrvvlvvd tlnHy,
FORMERLY THE EAQLE HOTEL
No. 66 South Main street.
Large room., well ventilated, wanned hy
heater, and own Are place t table supplied
with the hest th. market aH'iinl.. Mates,
II Ml ier ila. SA.00 to sh.oii arr week,
sail mi to tail wi per month.
MRS. L. J. BVRNETTlt,
Warm eomlVirlabl. rooai..hnae n.wlv Air.
nl.hrd Rood table. Term, reaaoaabk. Oa
street ear lis..
MRS. J. L, SMATK RRR)
JaliadOa sis Pattoa Ave,
A ROTTEN GRAND STAND
At l.caat Filly Men and Women
Were Injured. None orThem l- a
tally, It Is Believed.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 28. A trrribk
mt'iilent CKX'urrrd nnthc foot bull grounds
nt I.iibUtii I'nrk, llrooklvn, ycatcrilny,
bchirc the Ynle-I'rincctoti game begun.
The bi free itnnrl on the eastern side of
the grounds, the furthest from the grand
auinci rouapscd, rnrrring down more
tluin 2,000 km))Ic.
A Keue of indeacrilinblc confusion and
panic followed the crush. Screams and
shrieks which ennie from the unfortunate
were heartrending to hear. Mini)' limited
Iroin the injuries received.
A score or more policemen were soon
engnged in pulling the mnltncd uni
wounded from the wreck. Others lent
their assistance and within ten minutes
the whole place had liccn cleared. Agren
many iiersons were very severely hurt
and broken limbs and bruised heads am
liodies were numerous. The lowest esti
mute puts the uunilier of iicoplc injured
nt fifty, while others place it as high as
sixty or more.
Tie stands were evidently in an unsafe
condition, as the broken timlicrs shown)
that many of them were nearly rotted in
two, while the whole structure was the
most flimsy affair imaginable.
I'ARNELL K00LS HIMSELF
MIHRKPKI'.HKNTM THK HOVK
MKNT FOH HIH KXI'I'IJUOPU
Mmvh II Is Becanse He Hupportecl
the Koval tirauta Itat auiumer
A Political CrlHln on.
I.oniion, Nov. 'JS. A close friend oi
arnell has declared that Camcllrrgnrdi'
the movement lo expel him from thr
leadership of the nationalist party ns tin
radical party's revenge for bis supMirt oi
the royal grants last summer. He say
that this view of the case can lie suii-
Kjrtcd by uocumeiitary evidence. Thih
friend considers that the Irish party,
if resolved into its elements, would have
no cohesion. Gladstone, hesnvs, has had
his revenge on the mini he imprisoned in
Kilrmiinhnim inil and who later com
pelled the IiIktuI leader to consider the
Icmnmls of the Irish nrnnle. The nuvl-
against rarnell's leadership, the friend
bvlares, waaciirerully planned.
1 he Mar I home rule) oddoms the Insl
bind hill introduced in the house of com
mom last night. The measure, the Stai
says, is based iimhi fraud and is sure to
end in disaster.
Lord Kamlolph Churchill is huiTvinj:
Loudon from Italy believing that' tin
present crisis in tolilicitl allairs will bus
ten the destruction of parliament.
THK WIvSTKRN CONI-'KRICNl'l-:,
What Was none at the Opening
I'rom the Knlrixh Chrnnlclc.
Tlie first session of the new Western
North Carolina conference was called to
order Wednesday morning at 0 o'clock
by the venerable Bishop John C. Keener,
at Concord. There is a large attendance
and the meeting together for the first
lime in cue niinisicrs anu inynieu iroin
Western North Carolina, who have here
tofore lava divided into two bodies, is un
occasion of deep interest.
The day was sncnt in orgumxalion.
ml committees were npiioliited.
ri i-.i. ... ... ...
i ue mime ui inline niniying in preiicu
arc: W. S. C. Clierry. W. M. Curtis, I.
Crocker, II. T. Hoover, W. II. I'errv,
E. Parker. J. M. Kicc. VI. L. Sherrill,
.11. Shcrrill, F.S. Starrett.J. II. Tarle-1
In May of this yenr, at the general eon-
rencc of the church, in St. Louis, the
North Carolina conference was divided
into two conferences, anil all that hii-
ioii 1 1 North Carolina, including asIic-
Hle nud all the lar west, in the llolston
conference was transferred to the Wes
tern conference. It starts with large ter
ritory, strong preachers, A large and
wealthy nicmlierslnp, nnd will in n few
years lie the wealthiest conlerrncc in the
Southern Methodist church.
THK INDIAN KXCITKMKNT,
The UhoMl Dancers Hecelve Con
Wichita, Kan., Nov. an. Kcsirta from
I't. Keno tell of greatly increased excite
ment among the ghost dancers nnd con
siderable accessions to their ranks, esie
ciallv from usioug the Kiowns and
HKAW KNOW aTORM.
Hallway Tramc interfered With
Lonimin.Nov. 2H. A heavy snow storm
prevails throughout Knglnud. The fall
is so henvy lis to seriously delay trallie
on the railways.
V. M.C.A. Anniversary.
The thanksgiving services nt the Y. M.
C. A. last night were alio the celebration
of Hie anniversary ol the first public
meeting held in the rooms, a yenr
ago. President Collins nnd Mr. lv, li.
luignn Isilh made abort siicechrs. The
former iHikc of the growth of the asso
ciation nud of the encounigcnient il was
receiving, Mr. Collins relerred to the
great advantage of having a good man
in the iHiaition of general secret nry nnd
spoke highly of Mr. II. I. Andersen, who
holds that place, nud of his success in
the work here.
Death of J. M. Wine.
KiciiMiiNO, Nov. KH. lames M, Wise,
the wellkitown tobacconist, and nephew
of ex-Governor Henry A. Wise and
brother of Conaressinnii George 1), Wise,
died this morning.
Will Mothe a Party to' Fraud.
IhiVKK, N. II., Nov. 2H. Cicorgc IHckcy,
clerk of. the New Ilnniplilrv kgislntnrc,
has fnrws-'ded his resignation to Gov.
Kdwsrd l.Mton Dead.
Dhhi.in, Nov, 28. lid ward Falconer
Litton, M. A., Q. C, one of the commis
sioners under the land set of 1881, is
N AT 1
RKV, W. M. P. IIKV N AT THK
The RleHMlnirs Thai Have Come lo
the Nation and to the Mouth
Trusts and Combinations The
Kcv. W. S. I". Bryan, the pnstor, con
ducted the Thanksgiving services at the
First I'resbytcrian church yesterday
morning nud preached nn interesting ser
mon on the advancement of the south,
ilis text was:
Let the iH'iipk- prnise Thee, O OimI ; let nil
the people praise Thee. II let the nation, br
If nd and sing for toy: for Thnu shult . uiIkc
the H'ople rlKbteously, nud iiovern the nn
tions upon earth. I'aulmn I. XVII a. 4.
The power of uttering (iod's praise
distinguishes the man from the brute,"
lie said; "the habit of uttering that
praise distinguishes the devout man from
the scornful man. Urutirude is a filling
mensure of piety.
"The text, however, summons us ti
praise in a ecinl relation. Other pas
sages address the individual believer, the
congregation of the righteous mid Hie
House ol Israel; lint here 'the nconlr.
the nations' aie called to Cod's praise.
What then have we as a nation to lie
III.KSSINI'.S AS A NATION.
Apart from the general blessings this
year has been marked bv three ccinl
ones one is the defeat of the lottery,
The veto of Gov. McKncrv. the wise nm
thorough law passed at tlie last session
il congress nnd the recent action ol the
Adams l-.x press compativ will effectuallv
defeat the corrupting influence of this
Another is the surrender of Mormon-
ism. 1 he declaration ol submission ti
the laws of congress bv rresideut Woud
ruff has been endorsed bv the Mormon
conlercnre and polygamy in the language
oi uiairs governor, is iieaii ikvoiiiI res
The other is, 'The revival ol patriot
ism. I'ntriotisin is something nmrc
1 1 it. ll I'ouith of July enthusiasm; cer
tainly something more limn the tn
uiiilili nl any iHilitieiil party. II is a
lofty nnd disinterested spirit which
rises above parly advantage ill its ncul
tor iiic puiiiic goon anil which employs
parties only so lar as tliey lire instru
ments of national welfare. There was a
time not long ago when the patriot
seemed to be Inst in the partisan; when
reeil anil tlie lost ol Hiwer apiK'nrcd to
ike iiic plan- long Ileal in the Inslorv ol
air country by a noble nnd honorabli
political activity: when sectional issues
were fomented ill order I hat private gain
miglit lie miiilc out ol u iliviiled country,
ml wllenillsllonesl nml treacherous men
were able to hold their places despite the
protests ol the upright. It was a time
lieu the political liiture looked dark sis-
lecil ami when the prophets saw signs ol
"Hut a change has taken place. The
iHiliiical nlmosphere is purer and tlie
louiis nave lilteil. When men cast their
otcs not uccordiug to natty lines but
consistently with certain pi i mi pies which
tliev licrcliy liolil;when they riscsuienoi
to the brilics ollcred dirtvtly anil indi
rectly; when they recognize the length
anil breadth of their country nnd let-l n
confidence in, a sympathy lor and a kin
ship with their brethren mother sections,
lien they Hurl Irom power tlie thief nml
the trickster, whatever his politics lie:
hen tliey throttle the monopoly that
seeks to prostitute political virtue toils
own sordid ends and drive men like sheep
nt its own will ; then there is a revival of
patriotism, a quickening of political re
sponsibility in the consciences of the eo-
le, a return ol tlie robust anil virile pub-
ilic spirit which iitiimiitcd our hit hersnnil
moulded t lie institutions which wc have
lierited from ibein. In this e enn nil
rejoice, irresicctivcof politicnldiffrrcncrs.
Patriotism is higher than partisanship
and it is patriotism that rejoices. For
this let us Mess the Gotl ol nations.
ni.KSSINOS ON THK sol Til.
The material improvement of our lie-
oved land has been constant anil sub
stiiutiiil. I'nfortunntcty the figures of
the country at large have not yet been
completed in the census office and we
list lie content witngencnilslntenicnls.
The figures for tlie twelve southern states,
however, are nt hand gathered Irom the
ports oil he nudilors nml governors.
and lire reliable. They show that the
tual wealth of the south this yenr is
l(l, 1,'iH. 700,(1110, nsacainst 5,3 f .OO0..
000 in 1NH0, which is an increase of 1IMI
per cent, in ten vears. This wealth ills
tribiiteil eipmlfy would give to every
man frtn2.il as against f:i85.l)2 in
"The total iiidebtcdless of the south.
state, county municipal is $1H2,4'Jll,riiir,
ili-erense since inno oi 41.1.1,01 ,inni.
The average taxation is 4.0,'t as
against 4.110 in 18X0, n decrensr of over
hall n cent. The revenue of the dillcrent
stales nggregalcs 20,:il2,7.'lll, an in
crease of " ; i , : I er cent. The banking
apital is i;,.M,tiiio, nn increase nl
II4.S per cent. The school revenue is
lXIKIil ''UU. an increase of 12tl.lt per
cent uml the number of pupils enrolled is
JYJ. 28U, nn Increase lol tll.l percent.
There arc (in.tl.H mnuiifactiiriiig estnb
lishmcnls in the south ns against .'14,
nil.'l in INHil, their products amounting
to f 07ft.:i32,ooo, nn increase over I8811
more than 100 percent.
What is the meaning ol these liiliuloiis
figures? They menu tor one thing thai
the south is cipml in resources to nny
section of the country, that where for a
century oui fathers were content to till
the ground for cotton and corn and to
bacco in industrial tleieiideiice uion re
mote sections, we their sous have gone
miller the soil and found riches that are
attracting the interest of the industrial
world anil making the south n source ol
supplies Instead of a mere market for
supplies, rbirely 'the earth has yielded
her increase' in n way unexieeted to our
fathers and God has blessed us abun
dantly. WHAT TIIOSK PIlll'HKS MKAN.
"The figures also mean Hint the sons
of the south have grandly risen to their
grnnd opmrtuuitirs. The In nut Hint
the southern man makes N good Kilit.
cian but 11 poor business nuin has been
proven groundless by the rxcricnrc of
lite past iircaiic, 1 ar Miveriy which lol
lowetl the war was God's blessing in dis
guise, for it threw our young men iiKn
tliemselvra; it taxed their resources nnd
stimulated their invention. The fore
most men of the south to-dny are the
native sons ol the south who arc Drov
ing themselves the equals of the men of
any section in shrewdness, in enterprise,
.v ... ... ,h,
in executive auiinj, ami a. ine venera-
me lathers ana the white-haired mothers
look on the new life which their aona are
A THANKSGIVING SERMON.
living, they can sny with us their sons.
1,0! what null) (mil wrought.
"These figures also mean that
south has adopted as her own the sons
ol the cast uml of the north and of the
west. The south claims them us
own nnd welcomes them to her heart, to
ncr Homes, 10 her mines aim to her for
csts. She profits jby . their experience
gained in other sections, she utilizes their
capital acquired in distant homes, she re
wards tlie lapor 01 the Hands that have
no capital to bring, she elevates her
adopteil sons to positions of honor nnd
trust, it is now unite well understood that
political and social prnpngandisin does
not nourish in me south ; nut it 11
also well understood that nny man wlici
comes iroin any state with the heart
purpose ol making common cause wit
the people of the south nnd dealing with
mem ns iricntls and brethren will at once
be welcomed and made at home. Here
is the death of sectional spirit! Here
the era of national fellowship! For this
let us give God hearty thanks.
KI'.sroNSIIIII.ITIKK Ol' THK SOt'TII.
"These ;'.iaivcllous blessings of Gotl
bring with them solemn rcsxinsibilities
and our rejoicings must be tempered with
11 sense of what God requires at our
bands. I would lie nil unfaithful mcsscn
ger if 1 told only the good news and
omitted to tell the corresponding duties.
They are duties which arise out of your
citizenship and which take their hue from
the circumstances by which vou arc en
compassed. Tbev rest upon vou. irre-
sicctivc of your xilitical dilfcrcnccs, ns
the servants ol the living God.
"Uiicol them is the duty of political
activity. 1 nc notion is nbroail that pol
1 tics is the business only of the profes
sional politician nml that the active bus
mess man can rightly divest luinscll ol
political responsibility . hilc the profes
sioual man saves his dignity by absten
tion Irom political life. Such dignity
mock dignity. Such a view is ignoble
sciashncBS. In a government ol the peo
ple the people must govern or corruption
enters in, and when the officeholders and
the ollieeseekers understand that the eo-
ple are interested in a pure government
ami in an upright aclniiiustratisn they
will quickly conlorm to these demands.
I he only exception I would make to this
active Hihtieal Hiity is in the case of the
holy ministry. Recent experiences in
New York go to prove Hint the true hon
ored iilisteulion ol the ministry from the
questions of party politics is wise, and
that the ministry having inculcated pa
triotism and 11 conscientious dischnrge
of the duties of citizenship should leave
10 tnc KMipic the details 01 ihiiuics.
TRI'STS AMI COMIIIXATIOXS.
"Again, every man must tuke his stand
in the conflict Ik-t ween equal rights und
moiioMily. The rights of the ioor are
sacred in God's sight nud it is still true
that 'He that oppresheth the poor
iroachcth his Maker.' There is no more
utter loeol n pure nud healthv public
ile than the huge trusts nud combina
tions which arc absorbing the busiiiessol
the nation. They drag into their nets
even the virtuous and the honorable and
they imKise their levies with a more than
Turkish severity. A hundred years ago
our fathers Iwlit ved tli.'t resistance to ty
rants is duty towards God and wc their
sons lire not of their sturdy stulf il we
lamely and criugiiigly submit lo the ty
rants of modern lite.
Wc lire confronted with unother prob
lem thnt demunds solution. It is the
race problem. A Chicago wrilerestiinatcs
that 70 icr rent, of the colored vote is
interfile, mat is, mat out 01 ten colored
men that vote seven can neither rend nor
write. This writer adds that the aggre
gate illiterate vote among this race is
larger to-day thnn ever, despite all the
good work that educational agencies
have flone. lint is to lie done with this
mass of ignorance? The question con
fronts us and demands carelul, disws
I here is a widespread conviction
throughout the country nt large thnt
lie south and only tlie south can settle it
nnd thai 'provisional governments.
nited Stales deputy murshiils, and bay-
mets having lulled once to solve the
problem they would lie likely to fail
again. I sav the conviction ia wide
spread ; it is not, however, universal, and
here arc those now as hitherto who
would carry us back to the days of 187IJ.
The American (leople, however, have
Intel v placed their veto on such a propo
sition and have remitted this question to
the people ol I he south, to lie worked out
according to their liettcr light and more
practical knowledge ol the colored race.
A I'. HI! AT molll.l.M TO WONK Ol'T.
"And now, men of the south, whether
native Ixirn or adopted, understand what
he country menus when it plnccsthe set
Icmcnl of this question in your hands.
11 nil candor nud In nil honest v, let us
understand that thecountrv means that
we must settle it, not dally with it or
shift it to the shoulders 11I tlie coming
generation. Wc must work out tlie
irohlcm of negro citizenship on the basis
ol the ledrriil constitution, We must pre
pare the negro for nn intelligent and hon
orable participation in ihcrespoiisihtlilics
of citizenship. I At us not lie deluded
with colouizatiiin schemes, for our
own iieopic would In tlie first to
condemn them. Ix-t us nut be exaspera
ted by the harsh words of tenlous but
ignorant critics. I.et us not be impatient
ol Hie slow progress and frequent lapses
01 this rare. Ix'l us encourage every step
they make towards moral mnnhood
Ix-t us cultivate in them a thinking hiiiul
which will deliver them not only from
heir own folly hut from the misguidance
ol designing men. Ix-t us pause in our
own lives and realizing our rcsionsihili
ties toward this race, seek to lilt them to
the plane which ns free American citizens
hrv ought to occupy. It will not lie
done in s day nor in a decade, lint by
patience nnd sympathy and wnlchliilncss
it will ultimately lie done."
MTMk'S OP COSSIijJl liSCE.
Yale won Hie foot ball uninc ngniust
Princeton ;I2 to II,
The police census of llallimore tnnkes
the iHijiiilntion 4511,427, or 21,27(1 more
thnn tnc Irdernl census.
Hell & lirstcr. bankers. Dublin. Minn..
have susiH-nded. The liabilities arcf 710.-
IMMi, assets t1,200,ooo.
The sensational stotv thnt Chnrlrv
Hobs hnd la-en traced to a Muaanchu
aetlB prison is not credited.
Mr. Gladstone attended the funeral nf
Lady Kosrhury, nnd in conversation
with a friend said ninny an old man
takes his death attending funeral.
Gen. Wilde Hamilton. United Htntra
senator from South Carolina, was acci-
uciiitiiiT not if j rjiii, nic.'univ linmp.
.1 . .. II ., .1..., I... I. 1 . 1 . . w. i.
ton, wnne Running in Washington court-
ty. Miss. The wounds art nutconsidered
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAllU MARK RBGIBTHRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AN
Cures Kvery Varlvty of Headache
AND NOTHING BL8B.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable reputa-
lion of being the finest, most effective
und reliable article u the market for the
speedy relief nnd cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIkadaciik. The
immense fuvor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried il, will never
For its curative powcis it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL ANU COCAINIi,
Since it docs not contain an alum of
either oi these. It is alaolutcly fret from
injurious chemicals, and can lie taken by
young und old without tear or serious
results. 11 is n- a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and coutaius
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliublc as a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
no uupleasant or anooyibg after-effects.
as in the cusc of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the must popular and saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
DIKUl'.ONS FOR USB.
The doar tor nn adult Is two tra.ponnfuls
a wise (laM of water, tlow for cblldrea
prupurliun, according to aae. la cither
c the do, eaa b repeated every thirty
miaucs aattl a car. la enrctcd. OacdoKwill
alwajr. drive away aa attack of Headache,
takra wbea hrat freltn- uw premonitory
jfoiotom.; but U the attack U well oa, aad
uncrlug is tnlrnar, the second or third dose
may be mialrrd. Uaaally a greater aaaiber
doors hi reunited to .fleet Uw Aral cure
uiaa to ateded for aay ewectrdiag tiaw there
alter, showing that the medain. la arcamu
lallve la lu carets, trading toward aa eveat
oal prrmaaiat cur.
For sale at
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