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Asheville Daily Citizen.
VOLUME VI. NO. 180.
r ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A plaee plauued und dovel
oping us u
Situated hi the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
A ruirion noted for henlth-
Julness and lieauty of
An elevation of 3.HO0 feet,
Jt is being laid out with
liiste and skill, with well
rwled roods and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A irood opiiortunity for
urotittiblo investments. For
illuHtrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., ft. C.
THE POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE.
Novelties for the Holidays.
Make apcdalty or Milk,
Wool, Linen and Cotton Ma
terial, for Art Bmbroldcry.
Wrap, for Ladle, Minn and
Children. I'nderwcnr for La
dir., Mieaee, Mm and Boy.
A fall line of ourlur Drj
jo Soatb Main 8trcct.30
23 a. MAIN ST. AMIIBVILLB,
m ri.c o
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
WlLTSB B. OWTM, W.
. .. .
GWYII & WEST,
iBucecneors to Walter B.Owjn)
REFER TO MNK OF AIHEVIULL
Vmmnt Sectirclr Placed at S
Mtar Publk. Commissioners ol Deeds.
OFrtCB athasust Coartnxiaami.
"THE SON DO MOVE."
Aed to doe. Aehevtlle The (rent hustling
act I. now being performed by all genuine
lin.lneM men of the
OF THB BOUTM. Bvery
man ha. hi. Khetne
ad he relate. It In moat case, to not unwill
ing can. W. don't mind telling you that our
arheme w to a.11 all tn. lann ana m.ure an
the property we ran, before "The Kolilna
Neat Again.'1 We have Juat been appointed
rata for the Old Meltable Mennaylvanla Fire
Inenraace Co., and w want yon to In. ore
JBNKS A JBNKSy
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, '
too rata tt 10, McAfee Block,
m Patton At.., AaheTltle, N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
WE THANK YOU
For your liberal patronage In the past, and
are trying to Make ourselves more worthy in
the future. Never before have we had such
an excellent stock to select from, having In
creased It wonderfully, especially In Fine
Goods, and we always mukc price low. In
fact this is characteristic with us, and
have found some trouble with the better clans
of trade on account of low prices. We admit
this Is a great Incentive 'to rait prices, yet
we rely upun the good judifHicnt of the
masses to sustain us. Remember, we guar
antee every article sold, and If not us repic
sen ted, or does not Hive you enti-e sal infec
tion, we kindly ask you to return It and we
will cheerfully give you back your money or
anything we have in exchange. We keep
most everything In the Croccry.and Provis
ion line, including Grain und Feed, and would
be glad to have your trade We dellvergoods
free of charge to any part of the city, and
keep a twohorse wagon fur delivering Gro
ceries In large lots and for our Grain and
A. D. COOPER.
North Court 8uarc, corner Main nnd Co
lege Ht recti.
While our stock in largely
om posed of the useful arti
cles neded in Housekeeping,
yet we hnvo Home very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
ns Japanese Crumb Trays,
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Seta, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and Dust
Brashes, c. We would like
you to see them We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at veky low fiii-
i'Kks to make room for other
jroodH more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Bon la & Brothcrtou.
3 I'atton Ave., under Grand Oiwra llouar.
will grt there. We Itet on Old Zch as helnjc
the best I'lourln town. We have Just receiv
ed a fresh lot of
KE6 AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
17 South Haiti Street,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Invcatnieiit Agents.
Loan. e. ureljr placed at 8 per rent.
I i 111 ration Avenue fecund floor.
8N I'atton Avenue.
Neat V M C A build's.
P O Hoi OS.
( Ponnerlr of Lrmaa Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BualneM
Loan, atcurel placed at per cent.
Vr.1. R. PENNIMAN,
PROf R1BTOR Ol'
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aaherllle. N. C.
P. O. Bom r.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Cbolcc Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE IAUSA0E A SPECIALTY.
M SEHRIMON AVENUE, AIHEVILLE, N, C,
Thn. mlnnle.' walk to the .treet cam
lect board bjr the dajr, we or month.
num. BI1TTIK COOPICK.
NO. 41 PATTON AVENUE.
It Is the iilm-e to buy your nice China,
Lamps Hoime PurnlshltiKM, (ilnsHware, tec.
Our stock of this cIhhh uf L'nodM surnunseN
any tn inescnie. a visit wtu convince yon
large invoice en route or the hunrisonirHt
Christmns koIh ever cxhibitrtl in Asheville,
wnicn we notc 10 nave open uy iec. 1. totnr
enrly ami ft ft rut selections. An cxlrn Inrgr
stock of Alter IMnner Cnfleen, PtidtlltiK Halml,
iicrry anu ice crvum sets, am suitanie ior
nresents. All mnll orders will rfccivcnrotmit
and quick attention. (noda hlped to any
part of ti e United Htntcs. Visit us and gaicr
upon an ainiosi enuicss sea 01 ciuna ana
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
UNDER : GRAND : OI'liRA : HOUSIi,
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
We tuik sMt'inl uttontion
CLOTHING A N ..OVERCOATS
for Men tuxl HoyH,iiii(l WrapH
of all (rradoH forLndioH, MisH
(h and Children.
Ono price 8y8t'in.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, WrnpH, SIiooh, Dry
stery (loodn, IlntH,
Carj tots and Gener
7 a 9 PATTON AVK.
A PRIIHII LOT OP
"MAILLARD'S" FINE CANDIES
Jutt received at
oCIWILKIE & ATKINS.t
NO. 13 PATTON AVU., AMI BVILLB.
Conflectloncr suid Fruiters.
K.nrHal attention alven tn llrenratltuc and
nrranirlna nl.a hn.krla ctl Cnniura. Prulte.
ete. The choicest I'rulta received dally,
FORMERLY THE EAOLE HOTEL
No. 66 South Main Street.
Larnt rooms, well ventilated, warmed bjr
keaUra and open lire plana i tshle .applied
with the lieat the market afliirda. Matea,
I SO per 1aj. S8.0O to B.OO per week,
J0.OO to too oo per month.
MRS. L. J. BtTRNUTTU.
Warm eomrortahle rooma.ho.tae aawlv Ibr.
nl.hed ; Rood table. Term, reasonable. On
treat car una.
WSin, J, U. nMATHHRH,
JnlyttMnm IIS Patton Are.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THIS FORCE BII.I.HROl'CHT I P
IN THK IIKNATK,
SPEAKER REED'S GRIP IN THE
HOUSE HAS WEAKENED.
Wahiiinuton, Dec. 2. In the senate,
Mr. Ilimr moved to prm'ecd to ennsider-
iitiiin ill' the house bill to mneiiU anil sti
plement the election law of the United
Suites nnd to provide for n mure efficient
enforcement of such laws. Mr. Gorman
ilemiinilcd the yens and nnys an that
motion. The vote (n strictly pnrty
incl resulted, yens 41 ; nuys 31). So the
flection bill wits tuken up.
In the house tinluy the Sicuker laid
uclorc Hint body the Semite bill referring
to the court of elniins the claim of the
CliesnK'iike lemulc college tbr proiierty
destroyed ituriiiK the war. In iliscuiwion
of the bill Mr. Wheeler, (Ala.) tukini; ad
vantage of the recognition, proceeded to
nrRue that the omission of section 30 of
the tnnfl bill Irom the enrolled copy ren
dered the entire bill nullity. In vain did the
speaker endeavor to conline Mr. Wheel
cr's remarks to the bill under discussion
Mr. Wheeler contending that hisremnrks
were jwn men t, in so tar ns the pending
measure involved the expenditure of
money, which whs to be rained by the
inrin net. (
A FATA I, KNCOl'NTKR
A PaHHcnarer Reruncn to owe I'p
Hln Money and la Mnot al ov a
Robber - The other PaaneuKcrn
Tvlhk, Tex., I)ec. 2. A train roblKry
occurred between 0 and 10 o'clock last
night on the Cotton belt road between
Dig Sandy and Winona. The train was
From Oscar Sclimit.of Milwaukee, Wis.
one ol the passengers, the following par
ticulars were obtained: At Gilmer, a
spare faced man bought a ticket for Tyler.
When the train started to pull out from
the water tank between Dig Sandy and
Winona the coupling between tlieM)SMcn-
cr coach and the cars in front cither
lirokcor wns purposely removed, and
the train pulled out, leaving the coach
There were several piissenrers in the
coach among them one colored woman.
All the passengers except Schmit, I. K.
Gerlmnit and a man who committed the
roblicry went out on the plallorm to dis
cover what was the matter.
The first intimation the roblier gave ol
his intention was by firing n shot into the
top of the car and crying out: "Hiiuds
delimit said : "1 looked around to see
what was the mutter, and found a pistol
under my nose. The man told me to
shall out mv money nnd I gnveliiiu what
silver I hud, about $U or $10, lie then
turned up to Ocrhnrut and asked lum
for his money, (minting a pistol at his
bren.it. Gerhardt said: 'I have no
money,' '1 know better: slwll out,'
said the robber.
iicrhardt raised his hand to turn aside
the pistol when the robber fired. I lie bull
entering Gcrliurdt's left side just Mow
the heart. tScrhnrdt tlicn grappled with
therohhei, trying to get possession ol
the pistol, ami fought him to I lie door of
the car. Iluring tlie seullle the robber
fired five limes. Then his pistol lieing
enitity, he turned and raa."
The trainmen say that as the engine
started, leaving the xisscnger couch hc-
liuirt, three men signalled to lliein, out.
mistrusting that something was wrong,
they refused to ston. After the roblicry
they backed up anil the conch was taken
on again, (crhanlt was brought to this
ity and placed in a railroad hospital.
He cannot recover. He represents a sew
ing machine roiiiuinv anil travelled Irom
Marshall, lexiis. His liunily resale in
II aeciiin lo be A noul an It wan, No
I'ink Kiinik Acikncv via Rushville, Dec.
2. Scouts have been sent out to warn
settlers along the line of the Cheyenne
river. Tlie hostile are on the White
river at the mouth of Hay creek,
seven miles from the government herd
of live thousand cattle. All the ranches
on White river have been rohlwri, ponies
stolen and cattle killed, I'our spies sent
out I'ridny morning have not returned
and it Is feared they have been killed.
Signal fires north of White river
announce the approach of the
Cheyenncs. The host ilea sent word
to friendly Indians here thnt all
spies would be killed. The half breed set
tlers are lleeing to the agency, all re
porting heavy losses in cattle and pa
nics. COAI. MINKRH WTRIKK.
II Will hl Down Number of
Farnacen, Perbape All.
niKMimiiiAM, Ala., Dec. 2. The strike
of the eoal miners of Alabama went into
effect yesterday, but all the men did not
go out. Of 8,000 miners in the slate it
is estimated thnt 6,000 are out.
A number of mine operators her are
going to fill the places of the strikers
with neuron. They expect eventually
to operate their mines entirely with ne
gro labor. A number ol lurnncen will,
for the present, shut down and probably
all in this district.
1st Carsjo of Cotton.
Atlanta, Dec. a. The steamship In.
(Irani sailed on November 20, Brunswick
to Liverpool, with lO.iCIO bales nf cot
ton, being the largest cargo from any
Chesapeake or South Atlantic port dur
ing the present season.
Chicaoo, lire. t. It Is estimated that
the collections at two Irish meetings in
this city Saturday night will loot ip be
tween v lB.uw ana sju.wv.
IN SKCHUT N1MMION.
Pur.iell'a Fate an leader to be De.
London, Dec. 2. Purnell was preset!
in the library of the house of commons at
10 o'clock this uiornititf. His supporters
among the Irish mcnilwrs of the house ol
commons were also present and a coa
Terence was held between them and their
Pursuant to the adjournment yester
day of the Irish members of the house of
commons, to consider the advisibility of
removing I'arnell from Ins position as
leader of the nationalist oartv. tbev imth-
crcu in a room oi the House ol commons
at noon. I'arnell was the first nicmlier
ol the pnrty to arrive. Uiirnig the pro'
ceediiiRS reporters were excluded from
THKV WKRK RKAD AT CON.
CURD LAHT NIHHT,
C. W. Brd, of Fayeltevllle. la Stent
lo AKhevtlle North Anhevllle
Mud Rlvernlde Divided-Next
Conlerencc Meeta Here.
Concur u, N. C, Dec. 2, ( Sieeial ). The
appointments were read lit the con
fcrcncelast night. Those for the Aslie-
ville district areas follows:
Presiding elder J. II. Weaver.
Central church C. W. llyrd.
Riverside J. C. Troy.
North Asbcville-C. M. Campbell.
Ilendcrsonville C. . Little.
Mills Kiver-J. A. Clark.
Brevard D, F. Carver.
Swnnnnnon H. L. Hoover,
Wenverville I. T. Stover.
Leicester .p. 1,. Terrell.
Hot Springs W. H. Lydn.
Spring Creek K. II. I'enland.
Sulphur Springs J. II. Moore.
Ivy E. Mvers.
Burnsville J. A. French.
Bukersville R. Slier, ill.
Tuc River T. E. Weaver.
Old Fort-J. II. West.
Cane Creek W. M. Boring.
Greensboro S. II. Milliard.
Rev. C. W. Byrd, who comes to Ashe
ville to take charge of the Central Meth
odist EpiscoMil church south is a native
North Cnroliniuu. He is it years of age
nnd is a graduate of Trinity college. He
is married and has one child. His wife
wns a daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Bob
bin, who was one of the best known and
most popular presiding ciders in the
state, and who died about two weeks
Mr. Ilyrd has been at Fnvctteville for
two years and is said to have made him
ll very nonular with the conurci'iilion
there, who do not like to give him up.
lie isconsiileml onrol the finest preachers
mi aiso one ui inc oesi pastors
in cither tlie North Carolina
conference, from which be is trnus-
lerred, or this conference to which
lie comes. The Salisbury conurruution
made a strong effort to have him sent to
thnt place, where he once served, l-cc S.
Overman, of Salisbury, nnd Judge Mont
gomery, oi v.oncoril. botnol whom know
him, siHikc of lum in the hiuhest terms to
Mr. H. A. Ciudger, ol this place.
Rev. C. M. Campbell, who is sent to
North Asheville church, has had charce
of both that church and Riverside for the
past year. He has a family and is much
liked by bis congregations.
Key. 1. 1. 1 roy. who takes chanre of
Riverside church, is son of Capt. W. C.
I rov. ol tnis city, and has been at work
in the part of the state west of Asheville.
C.J. Little, who goes to Ilendcrson
ville, is highly SKiken of as a minister. J.
II. Moore, who is sent to the Sulphur
Siirings circuit, has had charge of the
I'. L. Terrell, Uicester, W. B. Lydn.
lot Springs, and R. II. PciilnAd. Soring
Creek, are returned to the same charges.
I lie next session ol lite conference will
be held in Aslievillc in Novemlxr, 1801.
THK MltMION OPKNF.D,
Mervlcea at xrlnllr Chorcb
Night and tbln Mornlna;.
The mission at Trinity (P. E.) church
oicned Inst night with a deeply interest
ing service, conducted by the Rev. Mr.
Kit son. After a brief opening service of
a hymn and prayer, Mr. Kitson asked
the congregation to engage in silent
prayer for few moments; to pray that
he might Sienk the words of truth with
iKiwer and that they might fall as seed
on good ground in their lieartsand bring
forth fruit. ,
Mr. Kitson then spoke for a half hour
on the "need of salvation." His address
was plain and earnest and treated in
way that the youngest and most ignor
ant could understand. After another
hvinn Mr. Kitson then talked inlormully
for fifteen minutes on "the plan of salva
tion," showing "lesus" ns the only
"way tlie truth nnd tlie light."
Dr. Murdoch lound it impossible to he
hereiust night but arrived to-day and will
conduct the services to-night and during
the rest m tlie mission, as nas been an
nounced before, these services are not fur
the members of Trinity church only, hut
everyone is welcome and all christians
are urged to attend and co-operate.
The service this morning, was conduc
ted by Rev. Dr. Capers, of Columbia, 8.
C assisted by Rev. lieu. Bell. Dr. Ca
llers is a man of strong personal rongni
tistn and sympathy, and judging af
least from his address this morning, has
the wonderlul gift of reaching the hearts
nf bis hearers. Those who failed to hear
him misnrd great privilege. The morn
ing services, as tn fact all tlie.srrvices, are
not long, rarely exceeding an hour, of
which tlie address occupies the principal
Death of t. Adaer Clark.
Dr. W. D. Milliard received a telegram
from Morganton to-day announcing the
sudden death of J. Adger Clark, at the
Western North Carolina insane asylum
at that place. Mr. Clark was well known
in Asheville, having Sient his summers
here for several years. He had been at
Morganton for about six months. Dr.
Milliard weat to Morganton this after
noon. New Hampnhlre Democrats).
Concord, N. II., Dec. 2. At the demo
cratic legislative caucus this forenoon,
James R. Jackson, of Littleton, was nom
inated for clerk) Wm. II. I'aine, of New
market, assistant clerk. An advisory
committee of Ave on all matters brought
up in the house was appointed.
OFFICERS SWORN IN
THK CF.RF.MONY TOOK PLACE
J. K. Rankin, Chairman of the
Hoard of Cosninlaalonera, Ad'
minister the Oatta-Proceedlng-H
of Ibe Board.
J. L. Cathcy, the uewly elected clerk of
the Buncombe county suiierior court pre
sented his official bond in the sum of $10,
000 to the board of county commission
crs yesterday and was sworn in for the
term of four years by the chairman of the
J. J. Mackcy, register of deeds, next
presented himself and bis bond. He came
just as though he was used to it. His bond
was o,00O and he was sworn in. He
never winced under the ordeal.
Dan Reynolds, the sheriff, who hat
kept the lawless neoolc of Buncombe in
siaie 01 auieet terror for two years,
walked up to the desk with a pleusant
sort 01 a smile after bis friend Mackev
mm niiisoea wun (.nairman Kunkin
a no presented ins iKind, amounting to
Hf,,0(ap. This is divided into a Ixmd
$25,1)00 for state tax. $50,000 for the
.county and school tax and un official
oonrt ol $10,000. The sheriff looked
Highly eratihcd und did not nonear at
embarrassed at the ceremony which he
seemed to know was inevitubly coming.
ic wii.Bwurn in nnoaunearea aiaa 01 it.
A, II. Sturnes, Buncombe's choice for
surveyor, was sworn in by the chairman
on presenting his bond of $4,000, and
Dr. L. B. Mcllrnycr, the new coroner, on
giving i,uuu uoua was treated sum
lurly. 1 he luttcr says he is lust as will
g as you please to sit on a body and
II a jury how to find a uroncr verdict.
J. R. Patterson, clerk of the criminal
court, renewed his bond in the sum ol
$5,000, and it was accepted.
T. C. Campbell, Reems creek ; Jesse H.
Sumner, Limestone ; W. J. Melton, Fair-
view; L. H. Eller, Flat creek; T. F.
Rogers. French Broad : and G. M. Whitta-
more. Ivy, newly elected constables were
This morning treasurer I. H. Courtney
presented his bond in the sum of $60,000
and it was accepted. He was then sworn
in ior tue terra.
It was ordered that E. I. Aston he iriven
the insurance on the court house for the
next year. The sheriff was authorised
and instructed to keep all wagons and
drays from standing in the space at the
south side of the court house.
Retail linuor license for six months lie-
Rinniiigjnn. 1, was granted to J. B,
nieeie, at tne twitiery rark Hotel, Itamp-
nn rcHiiicrsion, w. u. Aiuner, frank
O'Donnell, G. A. Sorrclls, John O'Donnell
oc .o..jns. H, Loughrnn, I-rank Lough
ranand A. G. Halvburton.
J. A. Reagan and II. A. Gudger were
npixiinted delegates from the county to
the immigration convention which meets
The jurors for the January term of the
criminal court were selected as fol
lows: W. F. Tomliiison, W. R. Mil
ler, J. E. Hampton, J. F. Woodbury, T.
C. Stnrues, W. Ridgfey I'cnniman, Ashe
ville; Rengan Hunter, I'nris Dillingham,
Ivy; J. W. Green, N. A. Smnthers, E. C.
Stamey. J. J. Miller, J. C. Hvatt. E. C.
Cole, Henry J. Davis, I'piier (loininv; B.
F. Siiivey, Jesse Uarrcn, Thus. Ear wood,
jr., hairview; . A. Walker, W. Y. Porter,
jr., Caney Allison, Blnck Mountain ; R.
C. Pickens. S. W, Davidson, jr., W, F.
Davidson, jr., Swnnnnnoa; A. li. Wells,
G. A. DcBord, A. II. Wells, Sandy Mush ;
I. K. Bruin. B. F. Sprinkle, J. W. Gosnell,
R. H. Kennedy, B. 0. F. Robinson, Lei
cester; W. M. Dnvis, Flat Creek; (esse
Baven, Reems Creek ; Geo. W. Itullard,
Lower Hominy; J. F. Dukes, Avery's
A ejoo,ooo FIRK.
titrate Manufacturing; lOlatillNh
ment Burned Out.
riiiLAniai-iiiA, Dec. 2. The large
bcll's manufacturing company, cotton
yams, font of Robeson and Manayank
streets, was damaged by fire yesterday
afternoon to the extent of $:i00',000. One
fireman was killed.
Uone With a,o,ooo.
Nkw York, Dec. 2. Daniel J. Bvrnes,
ticket agennt for the Long Island rail
road company, at Fialbush avenue sta
tion, Brooklyn has decnmiKd with $30,
000 of the company's money.
turned Ten Hualneaa Houses,
MkmI'IHS. Dec. 2. The fire at New Al
bany, Miss., Inst night bunted ten busi
ness houses, leaving only one standing
on the east side of the principal street of
The Tories Claim Oalna.
London, Dec. 2. The tories claim six
additional seats in parliament ns the re
sult of the split in the ranks of the oppo
sition on the I'arnell tiucstion.
A 30,000 I.OM.
Nkwman, (!a., Dec. 2. Fire occurred
in the warehouse ol the alliance Inst night
destroying it completely. Loss $50,000.
Dr. Koch'a Lymph.
Viknna, Iec. 2. The sanitary council
has prohibited the unnuthoriied inocula
tions witn rroi. nocn t lympn.
AITA1KS OP COXSllQVIiSCR.
The wheat crop of the state of Wash
ington is the Inrgest in the history, being
estimated at lo,OtMJ,otH bushels.
ExTrcsident Cleveland has purchased
the home in Marion which he occupied
during the stay in thnt town Inst summer.
Senator Quay says that he wilt not re
sign the chairmanship of the Natinnnl
republican committee "just to please a
lot of feilows who are not republicans
A Sclnl from Hutchinson, Kan., says
ny Gould has bought the extensive
works of the Hutchinson Sail Co., which
plant is said to be the largest in the
I nitcd States.
The Pan-American steamship line, nlv
ing between Galveston and North Amer
ica ports in the liannna and general fruit
business, has been established with a
capital ol 00,000,000.
The Irish envoy, who are In the United
Slates presenting Ireland's causes with
the eseention of Timothy Harnnirton
hnve issued a manifesto in which in they
refuse to follow I'arnell.
General Palmer Is almnst certain of
being chosen United States senator from
Illinois in place of Fnrwell. two of the
three men elected to the legislature by the
farmers' association oeing practically
committed to aim at last accounts),
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poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contuin an atom oi
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can betaken 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 its being thoroughly
reliable a a cure for any kind of hcud
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the cose of other so-called "harm-
' remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
DIRBC..ON8 FOR USB.
The done far an adult Is two teaspoonfuls
a wine sTlaa. of water, boae for children
proportion, according to ae. In either
eaae the doee can be repeated every thirty
minnea nnul a cure la effected. Una doee will
alwar. drive away an attack of Headache,
taken when Crat feeling- the premonitory
ajrmotoma; but If the atuick la well on, and
euOerins la intense, the accond or third doac
may be required. Uauatly a greater number
doer. I. required to effect the first cure
than U needed for any succeeding time there
after, .bowing that the medicine Is acenmu.
tlvc In Ita effect., tending toward an .vent.
ual permanent cure
I'OUNEK KAULE 1ILOCK.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
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Our display of winter wraps
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