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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI.NO. 183.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1890.
' A place pliiiinud uil devel
opin aa a
ifnntwl in the
flf WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region notod for lieulth
full n' beauty of
An elevation of tf,800 feet.,
It, is lieing laid out with
tiwttt mill Mkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable plaee for tine
A good opportunity for
protltublo investment. For
illustrated pamphlet, od
lrHH UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Uavllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
f HE fOntM IHOmNO PUCE,
Novelties for the Holidays.
Makes a specialty of Bilk,
.Wool, .lea aad Colt. Ma
Jlriall for Art Bmhrolderjr.
Wrap, for Ladles, Mltaea and
Children. Underwear for La
dle, Misses, Men and Boys,
a tall Hac of parlor lh-
BOH 1.1 ARCHE.
jo-irOiitb Main itrect.-3
aa . MAIN T. ASHBVILLB,
is mm ruci roa
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
"View and Sketches..
4 nr l f
al.l aMJI flVTM. W. W. WWT.
GWYII & WEST,
(niinimnn to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO MM OF MHCVIUE.
lLoana Becnrcl Placed at
Cotalaiosm ol Deeds,
OFFICR-a" C HHM rsj.
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
. . . ill. 1fta mrmmXt httsltln
act" I. helM Tperformed by all geauinc
nuainess men 01 m
l THII SOUTH. Beery man has his tiJieme
ad he relatet It la mott eases to not " will
ing ears. We don't mind telling you that our
srnesse M 10 ten --. -
k- nrnnm . twfort "Tbt HOlHnB
Nett Again." We htvt Jnat l'IVln"
agmUlor the Old Kellabl. Pennaylvanla Plrr
Inauranet Co., aad wt waat rou to Inture
JBNKS ft JBNKS,
REAL ElTaTI AND INIURANCE.
too tug ft io, Mc Aflee Block,
aa Pattoa Ave., Atmmnt, -. v.
F. A. GRACE,
WE THANK YOU
Por jour liberal patronage in the put, and
are trying to stake ourselves more worthy In
the future. Never before have we had each
an excellent atuck to (elect from, having in
created it wonderfully, especially in Pine
Ooode. and we always make price low. In
fact Una le characteristic with ut, and we
have found some trouble with the betterclau
of trade on account of low prices. We admit
this It a great Incentive to raise price., yet
we rely upon the good judgment of the
mattes to suataln as. Remember, we guar
antee every article sold, and If not as Ti-pie-tcntrd,
or does not (rive you rntl e satisfac
tion, we kindly ask you to return It and wr
will cheerfully give you bark your money or
anything we have In eirhnnge. We keep
'moat everything in the liroccry anil Provis
ion Hue, Including Drain and Peed, and would
he glad to have your trade We detlverKood.
free of charge to any part of the city, and
keep a two-horse wagon for delivering Gro
ceries In large lots ami lur our Drain and
A. D. COOPER.
Nwrlh Court Hiuiirr, comer Mutn tind Co
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
eW needed in Housekeeping,
yet w have some very pre! ty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, nueh
ns Japanese Cruiuh Trays,
Fancy Match Safes, Ilrass
Fire SetH, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and Dust
Brushes, &c. We would like
you to see them. We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lumps, that we
are offering at vehv low kki-
t'ltKH to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor. Boula ft Brottiertou.
4a Patton Ave., under Grand 0era House.
will get thart. We bet on Old Zeb at being
the beat Plour la tow. W have Ju.t recelv-
ed a freah lot of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Estate Brokers,
Aud In-eattncut Ag-cnt.
Loaat tt urely placed at per cent.
M t M Pattoa Avenue, gecond floor.
lj! WILL. A RTH tl K J. W I LLH.
2A I'atloa Avenue.
Nt V M C A hulld'g. I O ll.il Cfl4.
( Pormerly of Lymaa Child t,
(Mice Mo. i t-earal Block.
Loaat at rely placed at M ner rent.
WM. R. PEIINIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aibc-llle, N. C.
marl Hd It
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
IXTR. flNI IAUIA0E A IfECULTY.
12 HERRIMOR RVCNVI, MMEVIUC, H C
Tkm mlnutet' walk to the ttrett tart te
lect board by tke day, tl or -oaw.
HMi BBTTIB COOPKB.
NO. 41 PATTON AVENUE.
It is the place to buy your nice China,
Lamps llouae PurnlKhlnRa, (Slnaawnre, Kcc.
Out stock of this clnsn of uood. aurpaaaea
any In the etate. A vialt will convince you
A larxe Invoice en route of the handaonical
Chriatmaa good, ever exhibited In Aehcvillc,
which we hope to have open by Dec. 1. Come
rarlv nnd ct f1nt arlcctlona. An cairn Inrirr
a'oi'k of Alter Dinner Conrea, 1'utUllnK Snln.l.
Ilcrrv and lee Crtum Seta. All sultnl.lv for
prt-acnta. All mall onlera will ncrlve prompt
and quick attention, t.ooda rhipiml to any
part of t"C I'nlnd Hlntra. Viait us ami gnir
upon an altnoat cmllcat tea of China unil
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
I'NDIiR : GRAND : OI'liKA : IKU'Sli.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Our Mr. Itedwood'H ltHiont
purchaneH in New York show
some excellent valuoB, the re
sult of lMstcash discounts on
goods already low because of
a dull market. Besides a lot
of Baasonuble things to wear,
we have a much larger Htock
of Fancy floods, Toys and
Holiday (Joods generally,
than ever before. For a lim
ited criod a large discount
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 ft 9 PATTON AVli.
Clothing, Dry (Joods, Hats,
Shoes, CariMjtri and
WK AKK DAILY IIKCKI VINO TIIK
I HI )1('KHT'A LI KOItNl A AMI KOU-
KIIIN FIU'ITH, KLOKIIIA OH
ANOKH, KKKHM HOB, A.C.
KlUKWOItKH, I'LAIN AMI KAN-
CV CAXIHKH, SILVKIl HOOK ANI
HUIIAH TOYS, CHACKEItB, I'HKW-
INO (II MH, &C, WK AIIKBKLM.Vd
TO THK WHOLKSALE TIIADK AT
KAITOIIY I'UH'KB. CALL KAIILY
AMI HKLKCT YOflt HTOCK UK-
KOItK TIIK ItCHII IIKdl.NB.
vol . Tai'i.v,
WILKIE & A f KINS,
13 PATTOS VS 1.MKVII.I.S N. C
HAIL OtllKBt WILL RKl'SIVt raoslfT ANh
B URNETTE HOUSE
FORMERLY THE EAGLE HOTEL
No. 66 Soutn Main Street
Large roomt, well ventilated, warmed by
beaten and open lire place. I table tupplled
i.i it., lu-i turn MMfk.1 Mffonls. Wales.
ft. 00 per da, n.no to SN.oo per week,
suo.oo to no ou per montn.
MRS. L. J. BUHNKTTK,
yiNTBR OABp. ,
Warm enmmrtahle room., kouae ntwlj far.
al-lud i lood taklt. Term, reatoaalilt. ua
JalylSdSti Pattoa Ay.
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
VP.KY IMPORTANT WORK OF
THK NATIONAL ALLIANCE
GEN. VANCE INTRODUCES A RES
OLUTION OF INTEREST HERE.
Ocai.a, Flo., He. 5. In the iiltimicc
convention General K. II. Vance, of North
Cnroliiia, offered n resolution, which wm
IhisrciI, pruvitliiiK lor the itiniiuttiient of
one dcletfiite from each Htnte toiittciiilnn
inter-state convention lit Aithcville, N. C.
Dcvemlwr 17. No expenses '.icrtt ulk.-,vcil
the deleKittea from the treasury.
Mr. Vance alao offered a rrwiliition
calling ukjii the state and national Iris
liiturea to reduce the snlnrics of public
oflicera to more moderate sums. This
win rclcrrcd to the comniitlec on lejiln
tion. Alliance delegates J. II, Kite and J no.
Huvis, of Kansas, in connection with one
or two others nr working Hmii a call
for n national convention to form a new
pnrty, the date UinK fixed at Pcln uary
j;i. IKiM, nnd the place Cincinnati. The
cull will invite delegates from the nation
al Farmers' alliance nnd nil other na
tional orKairiieationN ill sympathy with
it or which indorse the St. Louis plat
lorm aa well us the editors of the relorin
pirns throughout the country, to take
part in the convention.
Mr. I la vis said, when asked if the call
touched on other measures of public kiI
"Yen, it lays down four propositions
with reference to national rclorm, viz,
linance, transportation, land and lalior.
l-'urther than this, the eoutruts ol the
call ure not for the public as yet. The
call will not lie presented to the National
alliance lor endorsement, lint will Ik- cir
culated tor signal urcs in lliirtv-six alli
ance states nnd iHTimps in all the state,
ol the union. The convention will un
doubtedly lie largely at tended ami w ill
result in placing u presidential ticket iu
the field in 1N1I2.
John J. Holland, ol laeksonville, Fin.,
is litre. When Mr. I'owderly arrivesthis
will make four meniliers of the national
executive board ol the supreme council of
knights of hilMir present in the city, licing
all ol the committee except one. Devlin,
of Miehigun, and this tact is thought to
Is; Irnugat with deep significance.
Apropos of the third partv movement,
there is said to Ik n strong leclingnmong
national alliance men here in lavor ol n
general consolidation of all similar na
At the morning session of the Farmers'
alliance Messrs. Hidden, Williams and
K ice, of Kansas, representing the Citizen's
alliance ol that state, asking for a com
mittee ol ronlcrcnce to arrange for closer
relations lictween the Citizen's alliance
and the National alliance. The request
wus granted nnd a committer npKiiutcd.
The colored alliance is tinniiiuiuu in
demanding the organization of a third
party. The colored nllinnee, according
to the reports of it officers, has a mem:
Iwrshipuf 1,200,000 and of these 750,-
000 are legal voters. They nrr all in
cluded in the Farmer's alliance's claim of
a total mcmlirrship of more than 3,000,
000. Col. K. F. Humphrey, the president
01 the colored alliance, and the other del
egates unite in declaring that the alliance
negroes of the south ure unanimous in
repudiating their allegiance to the rcpuli
licun party and iu demanding n new
pnrty and new measures nnd new issues.
Col. Ilumphev, the head of the negro
alliance, is a white man, and the only
one in the organization. He was form
erly a llnptist preacher in Texas, nnd he
devoted ninny years to missionary work
among the colored people. When the
negro alliance movement wnsliegun, two
or three years ago, the meniliers insisted
ou his taking charge of it and remaining
at at its head. He has the unbounded
confidence of every man in it. I'robablv
no man in America stands in sucii close
relations with the negro race and is so
well posted about their condition nnd
sentiments. He said to a New York Sun
"from tne inception ol tne alliance
movement among the negroes, liny have
been in favor of a new political party.
In the last election the negroes of the
south did not vote except in South Caro
lina; there they regarded the Tillman
cnniinign as a third party movement.
The n 1 1 in nee could not have won that
fight without the negro uote. Iu Missis
sippi, on the other hand, seventy pr
cent, of the negroes did not go to the
Kills. Is ntise they were determined not
to vote the republican ticket nnd Uvnnse
thev certainly will not vote the demo
cratic ticket. No, sir, the negroes tin not
complain that thev nre not protected in
the franchise. II they were not no one
would know it better than I.
"What are my politics? I have none,
and I shall have none, unless a third
nnrtv comes un. The negro has rcpudi-
nred the republican party because defects
that be ha i.ot received justice nt its
hand. The general legislntion of the
nnrtv bus not Vn favorable to the form
ers' interest, and the colored people have
not had a fair representation in publicof-
lice. Seven-eighths of the colored people
of the south make their living by agri
culture, and their interest nre in every
way identical with those ol the Farmers'
alliance. Just now we are merely wait
ing for the crystnlizntion of the third
party movement. A soon as the alli
ance uets we shall lie ready to join them
in Inilrorndent noliticnl action.
"Our Alliance now has organizations
in thirty-six states, and twenty-two will
he represented nt this convention. Our
membership in the principal southern
stntcs is nlniut a tollows: Alabama,
over 100,000; Georgia, tU.OOO; South
Carolina. 00.000; Mississippi, 110,000;
Texas, 110,000; Arknnsns.ilO.OIK); Louis
iana. Cll.OOO; Virginia, iiO.oilO; Ken
tuckv, iin.OlK); Tennessee, 011,000; North
A MHKLL. Bl'HBT.
On Man Killed and Two Injured
by the Kxploalon,
Loniion, Dec. A. An explosion mvured
to-day In the shell filling room of the ad
miralty powder magazine at Onsuort,
The shell bunt with tremendous force,
shaking the marine barrack. One man
was killed and two injured.
Another silver Coinage Mill.
WlllNpToi(, Dec. 6. .Another bill for
the free and unlimited coinage of silver
hnt been Introduced iu the senate by Sen
INDIANS AND TROOPS.
The scatter Nearly Ready to Ad
vance on tne Former.
I'ink Kiiiok Agency, Dec. 5. The situ
ntion is not materially changed. The
hostile Rosebud Indians sleep on their
arms prepared constantly for an at
tack. They have three lines of signal
couriers between this agency and their
camp, nnd any movement of the troops
would kc known in a lew moments. 1 hcv
are living high nnd arc hnppv. Thev
have moved to the edge of the Bud
The military preparations proceed rnn-
iuiv iiiiu unless i lie minims come in
within a very few days the troops will
lie equipK'd and in position when un ad
vance limy be ordered.
A VERY l'LUCKY WOMAN.
SHI! FIWHTtt FOR HF.R HIS-
The Two are Atluckrd by Ne-
fro lluriilar They strive Him
on. Though Terribly Wounded
Niiki'oi.k, Vn lice, o. Win. A. Wheel
er, surgeon of the t'nitcd States marine
hospital service, in charge in the marine
hospital, and Mrs. Wheeler had just tin
ished ten last evening nnd on going into
another room, lound a burly burglui
looking through their effects. The doc
tor made a rush for him and in a few mo
ments they were rolling ou the Door in n
desK'rntc struggle. The desperado drew
n razor ami U'gan slashing right and left
with terrible cllcet.
The plucky wife rushed to his rescue.
and she was soon the target forinniiuicr
able slashes from the inhuman brute. Hei
breast, arms and other parts of her body
were soon laid oen in gaping wounds
rauit llirotign loss ol oioon, sue yet tun
not lose her sell-possession, but rushing
to her husband's room, got a pistol and
gave it to him with thenpiwal to kill the
man. II v this tunc the negro had thrown
oil the doctor uud was trying to make hit
eseiiic. The doctor took the pistol nnd
hred two shots, one ol w inch, he thinks,
hit its mini. The negro, however, made
While the wounds ol the iloetnrnnil lus
wife nre of n dangerous character, the
heavy winter clothing, which the weather
of the past few days has necessitated,
saved their lives.
PAKNI'LL (.TILL, kin;.
A Committee Confer With ttlad-
Htnne lis) Results).
IjONIhin, Dec. 5. Redmond, Sexton,
Henley, lamv nnd the two whips,
Power and Iieosy, being, with the excep
tion of I'nrnell, all the committee ap
Kinted at yesterday's meeting of tin
Irish meniliers of parliament to confer
with Gladstone, drove to his residence nt
12:40 o'clock to-day. All the memliers
of the committee with the excep
tion of the whiis entered the
house. Ten minutes before the nrrival
of the Irish delegation Mr. Morley, llnr
count. F.nrl Spencer and Karl Granville.
who had been conlerring with Gladstone,
took their departure.
The conterence occupied more time
than was at first expected. The deliber
ations lasted an hour, and upon their
conclusion the delegates returned to the
room in the house ol commons, in which
the proceedings of the notionalists wen
The assurances given by Olndstone to
the delegates fully sntisfied the majority
of the nationalists that he will make a
genuine attempt to ileal with the con
stabulary ami innd questioas to tne
satisfaction of the Irish.
I luring yesterday's discussion Mr.
Chincey announced that he had author
ity lor the statement that I'arnell would
retire if the communication with Glad
stone had the satisfactory result.
ONF. FIRKSI AN WII.I. OIK.
Heault of a no,ooo Fire In Il Ms-
I'lTTsiu-Hii, I'n., Dec. 5. Fire broke out
in Magin's cracker factory about one
o'clock this morning and wn not extin
guished until four large business
blinks were consumed. The build
ings destroyed were occupied by li.
Magin, cracker house; K. and W. J. cn
kinson. wholesale tobacco house; Crea.
Graham and company, stone and hard
ware dealers; U. II. Harris & Co., whole
ChK'l I'.nginecr Samuel I'.vnns anil live
firemen were caught under fulling walls.
Fireman August Koth was badly injured
internally nnd will probably die. Fire
man Ticgcrs is si ill missing. The total
loss is estimated ut f UIO.OOO.
A Hallway PasmenBerNhocklniily
St. l.ons, lice, 5. The Chicago nnd
Alton passenger train, bound for
Kansas City was wrecked lit
Jacksonville yesterday morning nt V
o'chwk. Fred. Smith, a merchant ol
I'ckin. III., nnd judge I. K. Kitllc, of Kan
sas Citv, were iiistuntly killed. Judge
Killlc's'head was torn from his body nnd
the rest ol the remains were pinioned un
der a nilc of wreckage.
W. II. Knight, ol Kansas City, was
bruised and badly scalded by steam nnd
probably fnlnlly hurt. Several other ier
sous were less senousiy iruurcu,
RKFt'MKTO ADVANtK WAUF.N,
NoChamie In Ihe Alabama Mln'
IIikmindiiam, Dec. 8. At a meeting of
eleven large coul 0icrntnr yesterday
resolutions were ndoptcil positively de
clining to advance the wage of the min
ers and refusing to confer with the execu
tive committee ol the United mine work'
ers of America. The miner are deter
mined to continue the strike.
Canned by Natural Man.
PtTTsiifKO, I'n., Dec. 0. Fire at Home
strnd this morning destroyed the St,
Mary Magdalene Catholic church, the
school house mm convent nnn twouweu
lugs. Loss cstimnted at $50,ml; fully
insured. The fire wn caused by the
heavy pressure of natural gns.
Kalakna In the linjlled aiatea.
8an Francisco, Dec, 8. The United
States steamer Charleston, with King
Kalakiinof Hawaii on board, entered
the harbor yesterday.
TO AMEND THE FORCE BILL.
RKSOI.l'TIONH OFFER KD
The Beat Way to Amend the Bill la
to Kill It AllOKCther.
Washington, Dec. C Senator Fuulk-
ner has offered several amendments to
the federal election bill, both to the house
bill and the senate substitute. They em
brace the following points:
The amendment to the house bill strikes
out the provision requiring the suiter
visors to observe and scrutinize the
manner in which naturalizations are
made. It also strikes out the pro
vision of the hill authorizing the
canvassing board to consider other
pnpers than the statement uud certificate
made by the siijiervisurs of elections.
This amendment would limit the powers
of the canvassing board to a simple tab
ulation of the returns. Another amend
ment limits the term of office of the chiel
siiiervisor to the period of two years
from the date ol his appointment. In
addition, it providas for the appoint
ment of siiKTvisors by the district in
stead of the circuit court of the I'nited
Another amendment to the senate sub
stitute limits the right of the chief suicr
visor to assign any suiervisor of election
to any poll except an election precinct in
the county iu which thesupcrvisor reside
Under the house and senate bills n super
visor could be assigned to any precinct in
the congressional district in which he re
Still another amendment strikes out
the paragraph which provides a sisxial
inquiry as to naturnlized American citi
zens on the ground Unit it draws n dis
tinction in the right to examine as to the
'iiialilications ol voters between Ameri
can citizens and naturalized citizens.
An amendment is proposed to the sec
tion of the senate substitute which pro
hibits the removal of the hnllot boxes
irom the room during the election so us
to coulorin to certain state practices
where the canvasser licgin to count as
soon ns iioo voter ure cast.
In the I'nited Stales senate, there wus
a debate on Mr. Cameron's reaoiillion in
regard to the site for the new govern
ment printing otlicc. The resolution wus
referred to the committee on printing.
There was also a long discussion on the
subject of the threatened Indian war
apropos ol a joint resolution to issue
arms to the state of .North nnd South
Dakota nnd Nebraska. The resolution
linnlly went over, and the election bill
was taken up nnd Mr. Turpic sioke in
ipiKisition to tne passage, i lie House
pass-d the copyright hill by a vote ol
HK WANTS A PENSION.
letter From Aahevlllc to J.
An Asheville colored man who was de
cidedly anxious for a pension and who
was not satisfied with the efforts of the
officials to get him one has written to J.
0. Blaine, secretary of the interior, set
ting forth the grounds for his claim. He
I enlisted in the l'. S. Army Aug. 1st,
lHK'.i. Aug. 13. lHH'J. marched up to the
hospital, was examined by the Maj Ur.
& Captain Doctor, nnd was then vucci
nnted on the lelt leg & then they put me
on duly on horse. While on that mount
there wn a bole in my lelt leg about un
inch deep. I couldn't rest thnt night. It
bothers me now in work right sharply. 1
would rather for you to see it than to
write to you almut it. I really loved the
army better than anything else in my life.
Mr. Illaine has not Iwen heard from yet.
VcsmcI In Collision.
Ciikstkr, Pn., IK-c. fl. The steamer
Gull Stream, Captain Hines, from Rich
mond to Philadelphia wns run into early
this morning in thick weather on the
Delnwnre river oil thiscity ly tnestenmer
General Ciidwaladcr, of the lialtimore
line. Ilolh were considerably damaged.
Captain I lines ran his vessel aground on
Chester Island, where she now lies in u
luvornhle position. The Cudwaldcr
went on to lialtimore.
Smallpox In Ohio,
Cincinnati, lec. 5. home days ago
Mr, loshun Simon returned toMcComh,
Ohio, from n visit to Chicago, and yc
tcrilnv was taken sick uud the doctor
nronounccd the case smallpox. 1 lie
hildrcn have liecn nttenilmg school shut
the return of Mr. Simon and there is
great apprehension that the disease may
spread. McComli Mas about ii.uou in
habitants. MTMKS Of COSSISUL'liSCIi.
Archbishop Corrigan'throthcr William
ha licrn sent to an insane asylum.
Governor-elect II. K. Tilmnn. wns in
augurated yesterday in front of the Co
lumbia Slate house iu the presence of u
The political muddle in the Sew Hamp
shire house has liern settled by giving the
republicans the ollicers on an agreement
that no partiaun legislation shall go
The recent assembly vole in the first
district of Cutnbcrlnnd county, N. J., in
creases the majority of J. L. Vnnsvckcl,
democrat, Irom lour to ten over Isaac T.
It is again announced thnt Governor
Hill will not be a candidntc for the l ill'
ted States and will not try lor a third
term ns governor, but lie a candidate liir
the presidential nomination in 1HIIX
On the basis of Congressman Frank's
reappointment bill, it nmiears thnt if nil
the iieoplc in New York had been counted
bv the Icdcrnl census there would 1st ten
congressional districts in the city Instead
Dr. Mnry 15. Walker, who wn re
ported dying at her home six mile west
ut Oswego, N. Y., is much Improved. She
will soon commence work preparing tin-
Hers to Ik presented at the second ses
sion of the Fifty-first congress rclnlive to
ner pension ciuim.
It Is said Out! out of every ten clerks,
nicucnitnic nnn men oi moderate snia
rie who have bought home for them'
selves In Chicago only three have suc
ceeded in meeting the payment and
eventually securing a deed. Til other
have lost irom i auo to 11,000 each, but
ia must coses It was tbetr own fault.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAIIB MARK RBOI8TBRKD.
ABSOLUTELY 8AFE, PERFECTLY IURE AN
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AND NOTHING BUili.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article it the market for the
sjiccdy relief uud cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hkadachk. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves it true merit and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who huve once tried it, will never
For its curative power it doc not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs us
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain aa atom oi
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can betaken by
young and old without fear or serious
result. It is nt a Cuthurtic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredient.
The peculiar advantage of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable a a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
a in the cuse of other so-called "barm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wbeicvcr known.
UIRBCiiONS FOR U8B.
The dose for an adnlt it two tcaspoonfult
la a wine gltst of water. Uote for chlldrra
ia proportion, according to age. la either
ease the dose can be repeated every thirty
minnea antil a care ia enected. One dote will
alwaya drive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when ttrat feeling the premonitory
aymutomt; but if the attack it weU on, aad
uttering I. In Ira ae, the tccond or third dote
may be required. Uaually a greater namber
of doses is required to effect the first cure
than la needed for any succeeding time there
alter, showing that the medicine is accumu
lative ia iu effects, tending toward aa event
ual permanent care.
For sale at
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