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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 182.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping an a
Situated in the
8JF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
Au elevation of !l,800 feet,
Jt is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
aded roadH and extensive
A desirable plaew for Hue
A good opportunity for
profitable inveHtinentH. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LIhtIUc, Mitchell Co., N. C
THE POPULAR IHOPPtNO PUCE,
NoT.ltk.fDr th Holiday..
Makes specialty of llk.
Wool, Linen aad Cotton Ma
terials roc Art BmbroMcry.
Wrap, tor Ladle., Minn aad
C'kMdrea. Underwear tor La
dle., Mlun, Mca and Boyn.
A rail line of Superior !
jo-onth Win Htrcet. 30
M B. MAIN ST. ABHBVILLB,
w tbs run roa
IO0KS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
apr I" d
Walts. . Owtb,
W. W. War.
6WYII & WEST,
llniiawi to Walter B.Owra)
RCFf R TO tANK Of UHCVIUJ.
Loans rcreiy maced at
yiir-l fjfc"-. CeaaiMoamolUatdB.
orricw ssuawsssi court acjuare.
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
Aad M don Aahevllle Th. great Bastllng
ct m aow Mil prrfonard by all anala.
giaalaiM mea of mm
F TUB SOUTH, ".very aiaa ha. hi. scheme
aad W retotea It la aotcun to aot unwlll
lag can. W. doa't mind telling roa that our
Kami, la to atH all th. Innd and Inaur. all
tb. property w. aa, brforr "Th. Robin.
Nest Again." W bar. Jnat ban appointed
agent. lor tb. OM Reliable Psnn.ylvanln Fire
laaaranot Co., aad w. want yon to iaanre
RIAL EST ATI MO INSURANCE.
Vtootns A 10, McAfee Bleck,
an Pattoa At.., AakerllM, N. C.
P. A. GRACE,
WE THANK YOU
For your liberal patrouagc In th. put, and
arc trying to make ouraelve. more worthy In
the fatur. Nerer before bar. w. had ancb
an excellent stuck to select from, baring in
creased It wonderfully, eapecially In Pine
Ooods. and we alwaya make prices low. In
met thta I. characteristic with ua, and we
bare found aome trouble with the better class
of trade on acconnt of low price.. We admit
thia la a great Incentive to raise price., yet
we rely upon the good Judgment of the
masse, to sustain ua. Remember, we guar,
antee every article sold, and if not aa repie-
srnted, or does aot give you cnll e satisfac
tion, we kindly aak you to return it and we
aill cheerfully give yoa hack your money or
anything wc have in exchange. We keep
'moat everything in the lirocery and Provis
ion line, including Grain and Peed, and would
be glad to have your trade We deliver jiood.
free of chance to any part of the illy, aad
keep a two-horse wagon for delivering Gro-
ccrka in large Iota and lor our Grain nnd
A. D. COOPER.
North Court Square, comer Mala and Co
While our Htock in largely
com ported of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have some very pretty
goodH suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
a Japamwe Crumb Trays,
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Sets, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and DuHt
Brushes, &c. We would like
you to see them We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at vehy low fhi
I'ukb to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Bouls A Brotherton.
43 Patton At., under Grand Opera Housr.
will get there. Wc bet oa Old Zrb aa being
the brat Flour la towa. We have Just receiv
ed a freak lot of
KE6 AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Com. aad give them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Estate Broker.,
And InTcatment Agent.
Loaa. sr. arely placed st per cent.
!M as Pattoa Avenue Second loor.
ARTHUR J. WILLS.
aa Patton Avenue.
Kelt V M C A nulld'g. ' P O tloiBH.
( Formerly of Lymaa Child I.
Offlce No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loaa securely placed at par crat.
VM. R. PEIINIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Asheville, N. C.
r. o. r.
J. V. BOULINEAV,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
t MERRIMON AVENUE, ASHEVILLE, N. C
Thrat aliases.' walk to th. tract can Be
Icet board by tb. day, week or month.
MRS. BETTIE COOPER,
NO. 41 PATTON AVENUE,
It la the place to buy your nice China,
Lamp.. Ilouie PurniKhinga, Glassware, Arc.
Our atock of thla clnu of good, .urpa.se.
any in the atate. A vl.lt will convince you
A utrge invoice en route of the handaomest
I'firi.tmm. tfood. ever eahlblted In A.hevllle.
which we hope to have open by Dec. 1. Conic
enrly and get first aelectlona. An eilrn Inrgr
aiock of Alter Dinner Coffee., I'uddlnK Knlail,
llerry and Ice Crt um Set.. All auitnnie lor
preacnta. All mall ordera will nwlveprompt
and quick nttentlon. (iood. .hiiiped to any
part of t's 1'nlted fltntca. Vi.it u. and gaie
urton an almoat entlleaa sea of China and
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
UNDIiR : GRAND : OI'I-KA : HOUSU.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Our Mr. lied wood's recent
purchases in New York show
some excellent values, the re
sult of bestcaHh discounts on
goods already low liecauso of
a dull market. Besides a lot
of ssnsonable things to wear,
we have a much larger stock
of Fancy Ooods, Toys and
Holiday Goods generally,
than ever before. For a lim
ited H'i io(l a large discount
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 ft 9 PATTON AVE.
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats,
Shoes, Caricts and
A PKIIHII LOTOI'
"MAILLARD'S" FINE CANDIES
J uil received at
oWILKIE & ATKINS,t
Nt). 1SI PATTON AVI!., AHIIKVILLB.
Confectioners and Frtiltera.
Kapeclal attention liven to drcorntlna and
arranging nl. lia.het. of Cnnillra, I'rulU,
etc. The choicest I'rulU received daily.
FORMERLY THE EAOLI HOTEL
No. 66 South Main Street.
Lara rooms, well ventilated, warmed by
kcaUr. aad open (lr place. table eupplkd
with th. heat th. market arftinls. Ralra,
t.B0 per da. (S.no to IH.00 per week
uo.oo lo IA0 00 per month.
MRS. L. J. BURNETTE,
Warm comfortable room., house acwl far-
al.hrd i conn tabic, i erm. reaaoaauw. ua
..re.,c.rllM. L ,MATtBRS)
JaliadOa M Pattoa Am,
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE NATIONAL ALI.IANCK DR.
GEORGIA ELECTION AFFAIR
TO BE INVESTIGATED.
Oca la, Fin., Dec. 4.-Delcgitte VV. S.
McAlliater, of Misaiaaippi, introduced in
the meeting of the Harmcri' nlliancc a
preamble nnd resolution which, alter
ending attention to the fuct that the
President of the United States, in his nn-
nnul message to congress, recommends
and urges the immcdiute passages of the
measure known as the Lodge election
bill, concluded as follows :
"Resolved, ilv the nntionnl farmers'
alliance und industrial union of Americn,
in national council assembled, ;hnt we
do most solemnly protest ngninst the
passage of said Lodge election bill, and
wc most earnestly ietition our senators
to employ ull lair und legal means to de
feat the unpatriotic measure, which can
result in nothing hill evil lo ourcominon
and Moved country.
"Resolved, That a copy of the pream
ble and these resolutions' lie forwarded to
each senator in congress."
McAlistcr made a strong Sieech. As
he sat down everybody cxicctcd it storm
to burst from the western or northwest
ern delegates, hut no storm came. Dclc
catc Iteming, of Pennsylvania, smd thai
there was largely prevalent nt the north
a lecling that the tamers' alliance was a
southern organization, nnd that the pas
sage of these resolutions would check
the growth of the alliance north nnd
President MeOrath, of the Kansas
state alliance, moved the adoption of the
resolutions without reference to nnv
committee nnd without debute, whieli
Strong but temiernte speeches were
made for nnd against the resolutions nnd
then the i ileal ion recurred on McAllister's
motion to adopt I he resolutions, and il
was carried unanimously amid the wild
In rcsHuiKC to deinnnds by President
Livingston, of Ua Col. L. L. Polk nnd
Dr. VY.C Mncunc, of the National Econ
omist n committee ol investigation was
appointed consisting of one member from
each stale delegation to investigate cer
tain rumors nnd reports growing out
of special letters, published in certain
papers before the assembling ol
the convention to the effect that
corrupt and imprier methods hud
been employed in the recent senatorial
contest in Cicorgin. Also the assertions
that the National economist and some
other state alliance organs hud lieco or
are being conducted bv Wall street cap
ital. Delegate Hinds, of Florida, offered a
resolution denouncing the recent raise in
bright rates on Kloridu oranges to the
cast by the railroads andstcamshiplincs.
Resolutions denouncing the Louisiana
lottery and culling for the submission to
the people of America of an amendment
to the national constitution prohibiting
the operation ol lotteries in unv ol the
states were adopted.
FROM A SOUTHERN PORT,
Incorporation of a Han-Aii.erlcau
Mohilk, Ala., Dec. 4. The Pun-Ameri
can transportation company, incoro-
ruled under the Inws of Alabama by Gal
veston. Mobile and western men, con
templates the npcrntionof rcgulnrstrnm
ship lines to Central and South America,
the West Indies and other countries Irom
Gnlveslon, Mobile and other tiorts from
which it may prove practicable or desira
ble to operate such lines.
The move is in the interest ol the west.
to a considerable portion of which Mo
bile is the most convenicut inlet and out
let, while Galveston bears the same rela
tion to another large and productive sec
tion of it. The company will have an
authorised capital ol $60,000.0110.
. Cincinnati Attorney Meclm a
Cincinnati, Dec. 4. Hon. Isaac M. Jor
dan, formerly a representative in con
gress from Ohio, met a horrible death
vesterdav. The elevator in the Lincoln's
Inn court had just pnscd up, letting oil'
a passenger nt Air. jornnu i nnnr. nc
sloud with his back to the shaft talking,
then turned suddenly, threw niien the
door, nnd stepiml into since. His cries
hs he fell re-echoed through the great
building, ami Hundreds rimlml to I lie
scene of the disaster. He fell fully sixty
feet, striking head foremost.
WANTS A CHANUK.
A Murderer willing lo aland Trial
Cincinnati, Dec. . A niun giving his
name as W. II. Smith was arrested here
to-day for murder committed at
Point Lick Creek, Madison county,
Kentucky, In 1H7H. His victim was
man by the name ol snnacrs, wun
whom he nuarrrlleil over a game ol cords
and shot nnd killed him. lie Is held here
as a fugitive from justice. He says he is
tired ol being n wanderer und will not
resist being taken across the river.
A FLAT BIRNKD,
Two Persona. Huaband and wile,
Perish In the Flames.
PiTTsnrKO, Nov. 4. This morning fire
broke out from some unknown cause in
the flat owned by Dr. John Dickson on
Pennsylvania avenue. It is pretty cer
tain that Mr. nnd Mrs. tirwin, the jnni
tor and his wife, were the only victims.
Wasiiiniiton, Dec, 4, The president
to-day sent to the senate the following
Mr. Anita H. McKce, receiver of pub
lic moneys at Jackson, Miss.
Postmasters: Georgin Chns.0. Puree,
i i. , i : .. i i r
VBItlOSia, etoum vmmiim-junn u
Gatlin, Darlington Court House.
The Democratic Caucus.
Wasiiinotiin, Dec. 4. The caucus of
democatic ssnatnrs decided In relation to
the force bill that the minority will scire
every opportunity to discuss the bill ex
baustivelv and fuirly, and to strive to
amend every objectionable featur as
reached in the detailed consideration of
COMINI1 TO A HEAD.
Parnell atlll FlRhtliiK-No Com.
London, Dec. 4. In Cork last night
the municipal authorities adopted a t
olution in favor of Parnell as leader of
The nationalist members of the house
of commons met again at noon nguin to
day to further consider the question
At a caucus tins morning ot the oppo
nents of Parnell, who comprise a niniori
ty of the members of the nationalists
pnrtv, a resolution was adopted not to
accept any compromise which might be
olfered ut to-day's meeting, but to force
mutters to a decisive issue.
Di in.iN, Dec. 4. At a meeting of the
Catholic hierarchy ut the residence ol
Archbishop Walsh in this city to-day
it was resolved lo iBsuc a man
ilrsto declaring that the arch
bishops and bishops ol Ireland con
sider that Parnell is unfit to remain the
Icqdcr of the Irish party. The objections
to Parnell are based mainly on moral
grounds, and it is also the opinion of the
hierarchy that his continuance in the
leadership would inevitably cause disun
ion in the party.
AN UNUSUALLY COLD SNAP.
IT KXTENDH AH FAR HOVTH AH
The Mercury RecordM so Dcirreen
Below the Normal In aotne
tttatcu Voider To-Morrow Morn.
Washington, Dec. 4. The signal office
furnishes the following Siecial bulletin to
the press :
Unusually cold weather prevailed this
morning over nenrly the entire country
east of the Rocky mountains, the
line of freesing tcmierature ex
tending as far south as south
em North Carolina and includ
ing the northern portion of Georgia, Ala
bama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.
A lull ol the mercury Irom twenty to
thirty degrees in the past twenty-four
hours occurred over the region extending
from West Virginlu southwestward to
Southern Alabama nnd Mississippi, nnd
the temperature in Wisconsin, Northern
Illinois, and Northeastern Iowa is more
than 20 degrees below the normal for
for the season. It will probably
he still colder to-morrow morning in the
South-Atlantic and Middle states and
New England, but the existing low tem
perature condition east of Mississippi i
not likely to be ol long continuance n
the storm centre this morning in west-
cm Nebraska will, in its movement east
ward, cause warmer weather.
NEW SCHOOL OlltTRIC f,
F.Kpendllaren for Countv nehoola
The county Imnrd of education has
made a new school district at Turkey
creek. Numbers 22 nnd 23 have both
lieen made smaller nnd the part cut off
has been made No. 22tj. The committee
men of the new district are A, W. Sludcr.
J. M. W. I'risbce nnd Philettis Poster. .
M. rnslK-e was npxintcd on tue com
mittee of No. 22 in place of A. W.
Sludcr, transferred. In district No. (10,
on Kcems creek, Jos. Many, J. w. rue-
Davis and R. S. Pcnlund have been ap
ixiinted to tnke the place of the old com
mittee. The expenditures for public
schools for the quarter ending Nov. 30
amounted to $.r,420.H4.
Mr. C. II. Way, county superintendent
of public instruction, will go to Rulcigh
to aucnu me meeting o. cuuniy superin
tendents to Ix held Dec. 20.
The Ptaoaphale Induatrjr
Washington, Dec. 4. In the house to
day, the unfinished business in the morn
ing hour was the hill for the punishment
of every guardian, conservator, curator,
committee, tutor or other fcilncinry
agent for cmUizlenient of the pensions
ol a wnrd. The previous question was
ordered; yeas 113, nays 02, and the bill
In the senate the resolution offered yes
diiv by Mr. Call directing thesupcrintend-
eut ol the labor bureau to report ns to
the phosphate industry was taken up
ami agreed to, alter being amended so ns
to make it apply to the whole I'nited
Slates and to direct the commissioner to
make an examination and report.
HEI.Pi THK NI-:URO.
The Alabama Miners' airlke A
IIikminiiiiam, Aln Dec. 4, The situa
tion among the miners is unchanged.
About K.IMIO men nre on a strike. A few
have returned work. The indications
to-Inv point to nil early settlement ol
the dille rences
ll was rumored here yesterday that as
soon us tne operators recognised the
committee work would lie resumed. The
miners say they are out for an advance
nnd thnt the report it untrue. Some ol
the operators are arranging to fill the
mines with negroes.
F.I.F.CTRICITV KNOCK DOWN.
Knoxvii.LK, Dec. 4. Yesterday light
ning struck the wire of the electric car
line nt a point about three miles east of
the city, ami knocked oown anoui i,tuu
Late in the evening ns A driver for the
ear company wns tlnving his team nlong
liv tne track, one oi tne mines stepped on
a wire on the ground nnd fell dead. The
driver was slightly shocked.
A Bo.ooo church Burned.
Birmingham, Dec, 4. Fire Inst night
entirety destroyed 8t. Mary's church,
valued at 90,000; Insured for $6,000.
The church was located in South High'
lands, nbout one and a half miles from
the city. The water supply was short.
No Republicans In Ueorsrla.
Atlanta, Dee, 4. At the city election
yesterday the straight democratic ticket,
bended by W. A. Hemphill for mayor,
waselected by annverw helming majority
There wns little opimsuion
Dr. Baxter Dead,
Wasiiinoton, Dec, 4. Dr. Jedcdlnh II
Baxter, surgeon general of the army, and
who was stricken with paralysis Inst
Monday, died this morning.
PLENTY OF PENSIONS,
WARRANTS FOR THF.M RIv
CKIYF.D BV MR. MACKF.V.
Natuea ofThoae Who Belong; to
ICach Claaa and the Amounts to
Which All Are Kntltled Total
Amount In Buncombe.
Register of Deeds Mackcy this morning
received from G. W, Sandcrlin,stateaudi
tor teventy-one pension warrants for
North Cnrolina soldiers and their wid
ows residing in Buncombe county, lie
had them mailed to those to whom they
The pensions are divided into fou
classes. The first class includes such
soldiers as have received a wound which
renders them totally incomiietcnt to per
form muuunl labor in the ordinary a vo
cations ot life. These get $71.00 each.
I'ndcr the second class come those who
hnve lost a leg above the knee or an arm
above the elbow, und thev net S53.2."i
To the third class lielnng those who
have lost a foot or leg below the knee, or
hand or arm below the elbow, or have a
leg or arm rendered utterly useless by
reason of a wound or permanent injury.
Their warrants are for $30.50 each.
The fourth and last class is composed
ol ull who have lost one eye, nnd all indi
gent widows remaining unmarried, and
all other soldiers who are otherwise dis
abled to ierforifi manual labor by reason
of wounds received while in the confeder
ate service. They get $17.75 each.
The first class pensioners in Buncombe
arc but three in number, and in the entire
state there are but forty. Those in Bun
combe are, S. S. Lynch, Asheville; T. L.
i.Vtie. ueacn; anil w. K. West, Uusliec.
The second class bus five members in
Buucombcund 220 in the state. Bun
combe's pensioners of this class arc: D.
W. Unll, llcaeh; Thos. D. Case, Acton;
Geo. W. Rhodes, Hominy ; L. M. Liner,
Hominy ; und Jns. Parker, Vernon.
ui tne third class, tlunconilK has seven
representatives out of a total of 330 in
North Carolina. They are: W.S. Beam
Asheville; J. M. lurrett, limmu; Richard
McFurland, Gladys; A. W. Searcy, Fair
view; Jus. Sizemun, Riceville, and Jumes
Snider and . W. Triplet, Asheville.
1 he lotirtn clnss pensioners in the state
number 3,360, nnd in Uuncomlie there
are 50. Of this latter number, twelve
are soldiers and the remainder widows.
The soldiers of this class are:
I. M. Anderson. Luthcrs: T. 0. Butler.
Ardcn ; S. H. Bagwell, Limestone: lobn
P. Case, Alexander: L. D. Davis. Leices
ter; J. I) Harlem, Asheville; W. W. John
ston, Avery's Creek; I. M. Wise. Can-
dlcrs; W. S. Whitaker, Tweed; W. lj. Ry-
mer, Fnirvicw; G. W. Triplett, Asheville;
W. II. Warren, Luthcrs.
llie willows coming under this head
are forty-lour in number and their names
are ns follows:
Lvdtn Blanchnrd, Etinha Meadows,
Caroline Redmond, N. . Walton, Klixn-
iK-th Walton, h. Hooper, S. A. Smith,
Asheville; ,M. A. Branch. A. A. Morgan,
S. A. Freeman, Morgan Hill; Mary
Adams, Mary J. Allison, lilcnuor Stepp,
Black Mountain; Martha Allen, Candler;
Margaret Banks, Pollv Inule, Ilnrnards-
villc; M. 15. Bustlett, Martha R. Rice.
Kiccvillc; Hannah Lleniants, Nancy Loa
ning, Dicey N. Owcnby, Christiana Recti,
fuirview ; Jane Crensemnn, hwnnnanoa ;
L. A.Giblm, removed to Henderson villc;
Patience Hare. Lucinda Hognn. Adrcth
Sorrells, Bilimore; Adelaide Ingram,
Avery a Creek; Nancy H. Lance, Dentin ;
Alary A. Lewis, Arden: Mnrtha Mcbl-
rnth. Canto; Bnrbara Nix, Tweeds; M.
M. Rich, Delia A. Williams, Margaret
Hall, E. j. Pcnlnnd, Hominy: Sarah J.
Tow. Mary J. Wood, Leicester; Nancy
v,r .. i 1 ,f t- i. .,. . Ii
ii ubiiijui ii, uufjcnij annul ,. nm, nun-
bee; Elisabeth Voder, Wcaverville; II.
Hoover, uno; R. Miller, Bell; J. M. Mc
Fee, New Found.
The total amount to be paid out on
these warrants in Buncombe is $1,721.75.
I he first class gets 213, the second
$200.25, the third $1248.50 and the
OtiN. YOl'NU ENTERTAIN
An Informal Mupper at the Battery
Park l.at Night.
Gen. P. M. B. Young, who hns hud the
contract lor constructing the brick pave
ment on Main street and Court square
tendered nn informal banquet to n small
number of Ashcvillc's officials at the Bat
tery Park hotel Inst night. Gen. Young
is almost through with Ins work here
nnd took this method of showing his ap
preciation ol the kindness which he nns
received at the hands of these gentlemen.
A supper wns served in the timing room
and short toasts were proposed and re
Among those who were present were
Mayor lllnnton, Aldermen !. M. Miller,
II. McDowell, C. B. Leonard. R. L.
ixnatrick nnd W. (. Wolfe, Street Supt.
J. L. Murray, J. P. Sawyer, David Vance,
Col. Reuben M
Icllrayer, Judge l-rcd l'lul'
till, Hon. Chas. Price, J. A,
and I. II. Woody.
Uen. Young expects to leave Here tne
latter purt of this week or curly next
The total collection of internal reve
nue in the western district for Novcmlicr
ns rciortcd nt Collector Roltins's office
amounted to $124,587.0H. Yesterday
the collections for the district were $2,
030.21 and for the Asheville otlicc the
amount was $548.13.
AFFAIRS OF COSSIifJVLWCE.
By a vote of forty-four to twenty-nine
the mcmliers of the home rule pnrty in
the house of commons refused to refer the
question ol Mr. Parnell's retirement to
the ieople ol Ireland.
Thnddctis Holmes, colored, charged
with the murder of Brakcman Yancey,
in Charlotte county, Vn., was taken from
the othcers last evening and hanged.
The action of the republican senators
in deciding to tnke tip the force bill is
thoutrht to hnve liccn inantrcd hv the nir.
grcssive attitude of President Harrison.
The New York court of appeals has de
cided mat Mr, cimrirs Armicklc must
pay the verdict of $45,000 rendered
ngninst him in the suit brouuht bv Miss
Clorn Campbell, ("Baby Bunting;,") for
iiiicgcu umicii ui promise ui mnrriugCi
Mr. and Mr. Cvru W. Field celcbrn'
ted the fiftieth nnniversury of their mar
minge and received a message of congrat
ulation from England signed by the Duke
of Argyll, Mr, Gladstone and over sixtv
I name of men distinguished in England.
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ns 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.
DIRBCIiONS FOR USB.
The dose for an adult is two tcaapoonfule
in a wine glaaa or water. Dose fur children
in proportion, according: to age, lo either
case the dose can be repeated every thirty
minne. until a cure la effected. On. 4oae will
alwaya drive away an attack of Headache,
If taken when first feeling the premonitory
.yroDtotn.; but if the attack Is well on, and
.uflcrina i. intense, the second or third dose
may be required. U.unlly a greater number
of doKe la required to effect the first cur.
than I. needed for any succeeding time there
after, allowing that the medicine la accumu
lative in IU edecta, tending toward an event
ual permanent cur
For sale at
O KANT'S PHARMACY.
COKNEIt EAGLE IILOCK.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Christinas Presents and Hol
Just ojit'iiotl, coiiipritjiiig
novt'ltiea, both useful and or
namental. Special attention
is called to our large Htock
of embroidery, Hilks, zephyr
and vouIn of all kiudti, fella
and muteriulrt for fancy
work. Latest designs iu
China silks, new stock of
dress trimmings, velvets,
plushes, silks, &c. Wo aro
agent for the celebrated Cen-
tcmeri kid gloves; also u
complete lino of genuine Fos
ter gloves. Our assortment
of handkerchiefs and uj irons
for the holidays are immense.
Our display of winter wraps
for ladies, misses and chil
dren is tho largest in the city.
A complete stock of under
wear for ladies, misses and
children. Blankets, comforts,
shawls, curtain goods, house
hold linen. Call on us. Cor
ner Eagle Block, 40 S. Main
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