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Asheville Daily Citizen
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1890.
VOLUME VI. NO. 184.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted fr henlth
j'ulness and beauty of
SCENE It Y.
An Novation of .,80 foot,
It. iu (M'inir laid out with
Luula 1IMI I skill, with wll
grudcd roads and extensive
A desirable phut! for lint
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated paniphli't, iul-
' LINY1LU IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvillc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
THE POPUUR IH0PP1NQ PUCE.
Novcttleafor the llolldava.
lakes specialty or 811k,
Wool, l.lea and Cott Ma,
tertalt for Art Bfnbroldrrjr.
Wraps for Ladlra, Mlssea and
Children. I'nderwear tor La.
dies, Mlaaea, Men and Hoys.
A full line of Bupcrlor Ur
a,.Boulh Waila trcct."-3
Sit . MAIN T. ABHBVILLB.
la thi rt.se roi
f p()t J, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
View and Sketche.
pr I" d
w'lLTIS B. WVN. W. W. WSST,
BVMI & WEST,
(Successor to WalMr P Owya)
REFER TO lANK OF AlHEWUt
UMin lcurely Macd at
Notary fublW, C"
OKFICK-Ooujtha C HIMf
'THE SUN DO M0YLw
. . . ' ....--ill. Th arrat hnatllng
1"Swrn Prronned b, 1 gel
ibualness mea of the
"ng ."raTwedon t mind telling yo- hour
Xmil. toaell all the land ". '
th iif-nnrrtv wt Hefoft "The HnWM
"-T. n.tl.kt PannavlvBn.M HIlT
Insuranc Co., and wa want yog to Insure
JUNKS Jk JBNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
KoonM io, McAfee Block
tn rattnn An., Aahelii, n. t,.
F. A. GRACE,
WE THANK YOU
For your liberal patronage In the past, and
are trying to make ourselves more worthy In
the nature. New before have we had such
an esccllent stock to eelect Iron, having In
created It wonderfully, especially In Fine
Goodi. and we alwaye make price low. In
fact this I. characteristic with ua, and we
have found tome trouble with the better class
ol' trade on account of low price.. We admit
this Is a great Incentive to ralae price., yet
we rely upon the good .Indgment of the
maaaea to au.tnln ua. Remember, we guar
antee every article aold, and If not a. rcpie-
aentcd, or doea not Rive you entl c satisfac
tion, we kindly aak you to return It and we
wilVrherrlully give you back your money or
anything we have In exchange. We keep
'moat everything In the Grocery and Provis
ion line. Including Ornln and Peed, and would
lie glnd to have your trade We dellvcrgooda
fire of charge to any part of the city, and
keep a two-home wagon lor delivering Oro-
eerie In large lota und (or our Uniln and
A. D. COOPER.
North Court tbptnrc, comer Mnln und Co
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
et we have hoiiio very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
ml Wedding Presents, bucIi
uh Japanese Crumb Trays,
aney Match Sides, Brass
ire Sets, Brass Andirons,
uncy iieurin ami wast
i 1 t A
rushes, c. We would like
outosce them We have
also a large assortment of
"ineTnblo Lamps, that we
are offering: at veiiy low vm-
um to make room for other
roods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
oure before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Boult ft Brotficrton.
48 ration Ave., under urand liiera House.
III get there. We bet oa Old Zcb aa being
the beat Plour la town. We have Juat rrcrlv
a fresh lot of
KE6 AND BOTTLE PICKLES
one and glee them a trial, at
17 South Wain Street,
And Inwcataeicnt Agent.
Loana aenrely placed at 8 per cent.
34 2n pattoa
Avenue aeeoad Coor.
k bed lv
SH Psltnn Avenue.
Neat V M C A hulld'g.
I' It UolMI.
(formcrl. of Lyman ft Child I,
Offlcc No. I Lcffsil Block.
Ictlya Brokerage BunlncM
Lous securely placed nt wreent.
WM. R. PENNIMAN
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aabcirlllc, Ii. C.
r. o. imb r.
, V. IIOULINEAU,
choice Beef. Mutton, Vcai
IXTM NM llA0 pftCWLTY.
. ttriRiMON kVENUL MHEVILLE, H. 0.
Tkrae minute' walk to the street ears
Wet board by the day, week or montk.
MM. BBTTIB COOrE.
I. la t nlaiw in huv vnur nice China.
Lumps, House Purnl.hlnga, Glassware, c.
Our atock of thla dnss of goods surpasses
any in the state. A visit will convince you
A large Invoice en route or the handsomest
Christmas goods ever exhibited In Asheville,
which we hope to have open by Dec. 1. Come
enrlv and get (Irst selections. An eslrn large
stock l Alter llinner Conces. I'uilditiK Snlii'l.
Iterrv and Ice renin nets. Ail sunnine
presents. All mull onlrrs will receive prompt
and quick attention, tioods hlpKil tn any
part or II e HnHtil tttntcs. Visit us ami gnu
upon an almost endless sea of China uuil
THAO W. THRASH & CO.,
UNDER : GRAND : Ul'ERA : IKH'Sli.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Our Mr. Redwood's recent
purchaws in New York hhow
some excellent values, tho re-
Mult of beKtcash discounts on
goods already low because of
a dull market. Resides n lot
of esnsonable things to wear.
wo iiaVo u inuch larger stock
of Fancy Goods, Toys and
Holiday (loods generally,
than ever before. For a lim
t i ... .1: ..4.
Iten poriou a large uibuuiuu
II. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE
Clot lung, Dry Hoods, Hats,
SluMs, ('arMtM and
Fancy (loods. .
K A H E l Al I-V li El Kl VI Ml Tl I K
('IIOH'IOHTI'AI.II'OUNIA AND I'OU-
K1UN KIU'ITS. KLOItlDA Oll-
ANOKH, KIIKHII FIGS, &
KlltKWOItKH, PliAIN ANII KAN
CY CAN HI KS, HltiVKIl HOOK ANI
Hiru.VH TOYS, CHACKICHS, CIIKW
TO THI. I
iioi,i:hai,k thaiU': at
KACTOHY I'HICKS. I'M A KAIILY
AM) HKI.I'.CT YOl'K HT(M K 1IH
FOItK THK IH KII IIKGINH.
WILK1E & AtKINS,
1!l PATTIIH AVS.,
UJM. OSnKSS Wll.l. SKCKIVS l-NOHI'T
FORMERLY THE EAOLI HOTEL,
No, 66 Boulb Plain sircci.
Large rooms, well ventilated, warmed by
heaters and open (Ire places: table supplied
iltb the best the market alTonis. nates.
I.BO per da j. Jn.no to H.t)tl s;r wees.
J0.oo to ISO oo per month.
MRS. L J. BVRNUTTK,
Warm eomfbHahlt mnme, bouse newiy rue
nl'hrd ; nixl tauie, Terma iwimam,
aire, tear line. .una
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
COI FOLK RK-E1.KCTK1I I'RI-iH-
IDI'.NT OF THE AI.I.IANCi:.
THE ST. LOUIS PLATFORM, AND
MORE, HEARTILY ENDORSED.
Ocai.a, Fin., Dec. . Clover, oncof Hit-
Kiinsns delegates, intriiilueeil anil IiiiiI
passed nt ycslcrilii) ' natiunul nlliiinee
mcetint; a reaolution reciting tlmt the
United States census returns with respect
to ftirm mnrtii);ea were ("'si'.v incor
rect, snil cnlling upon all the county nml
sub-alliances to secure accurate statistics
and make prompt reports thereon.
National Secretary Turner submitted
his annual report Inst niht. Ptirim; the
imst vciir l.dii'J new charters were is
sued to sub-alliances.
The rcclini! over the nnssaiicof tlicnnti-
clcctinti bill resolution of Weilncsilav is
hih nml there is n strong pressure Ininy
mule lor the introduction ol n resolution
to expunge it I'rom the records ol' (lie alli-
WcBtern mill north western ilelei;iites
nre said lo lie practically united on en-
uorsiiiu inc mce-i'iiviH run, nun ii is
predicted that they will demand of tile
southern democrats and the alliance that
they join in the movement this in pay
ment ol the debt incurred bv the latter to
the western alliance men who wit by und
raised no protest against the passage of
the anti-election bill resolution. It is not
lielirved, however, that the southern
incnilicrs will renounce one particle ol
their allegiance lo the democratic party.
Some iinestioii haviuu Ikyii raised ns to
the unanimous indorsement of the St.
Louts platform bv the national alliance
last year, Livingston, of (icortjia, moved
its adoption by the present body. The
notion wa adopted with nil amendment
so as to demand government control ol
railroads anil telegraph lines, anil il this
shall not result in relief to the masses
and in clicckiiu: or curing the existing
evils the government shall liccomc the
actual owner of such lines. This plat
form docs not include the lull-treasury
Wade, of Tennessee, o Hired ml addi
tional amendment to the St. Louis plat
form that every alliance lecturer, stale or
notiounl, nml all newspaper organs ol
the alliance shall support the St. Louis
mid Oenla platforms, or suiVcrsttsKusion
from the order. 1 his was adopted and
the whole platform an amended was
adopted unanimously nia the call of
roll bv the stales.
At Inst evening's seasioti of the alliance
Chairman McDowell presented the re-
Hrt ol the committee apKiiiilcil to in
vestigate the charges allrcting the olli-
eial conduct of I'olk, M acinic and Living
ston. The committee found nothing im
plicating President L. L. I'olk, but re
gretted "the writing of the Norwood
letter," Aa to Livingstone, the commit
tee said it was not prepared to endorse
his course in the Georgia senatorial con
test. As to Hr. C. W. Macune, the rc-
portsavs: "We regret lnsollici.il con
nection with the Georgia senatorial con
The report was adopted without de
Col, L. L. rolk was re-elcetd president
of the national alliance. 111. I'. Clover,
of Kansas, vice president. J, II.
Turner, of Gcorgin, secretary.
For national lecturer I. II. Willeltswns
elected, il. I). Tillman was elected to the
vacancy on the legislation committee lor
a term of three years, and Delegate Cole,
of Michigan, was elected a mcmlicr'il the
The alliance met nt U:uU tins luormiig.
Much disatisfiiclion was exnresscd at the
report ol the committee on the iiivrslign!
turn ol the charges against I'olk,. Macune
and Livincston. There nreriimorstlmt the
matter will be brought up again lor dis
At yesterdav's morning meeting of the
colored alliance the following resolution
was ndontcd : "Thnt we. the delegates
attending the national colored l-nriucrs
alliance, do hereby urge uhiii congress
to puss the Lodge election bill anil let it
apply to all sections of the I'nited
l-'OKT V-I'OI H OK THi: l.lvAVi
tlrvat VrlKla In IrlHti AffalrH-IMr-
nell KruHt!N lo Put a Motion aiicl
Oncii Kupture Follows).
I.OMHIN, Ikv. 0. At the meeting of the
Irish incmlicrs of the house of commons
to-day Harry Sexton mid llculy iiisiste
that there Ik immediate division of the
members on the ipiestion of the retire
ment of Darnell. Sexton moved that
I'arncll vacate the chairmanship of the
Darnell refused lo allow I lie motion lo
Ik? put wlicrciiHin McCarthy, followed
by 4 1 other iiiciuIkts, Icfl the room.
How Mvcrclary lllul.ie lao Mir.-
tier HIM islMinlNMal.
Wamiiim.ton, Dec. fl. The president
has sent to the house the correspondence
ns to the killing of t'.cn. Ilarrundin on
iMinrH the I'ncilic slennier Aenpidco in
San lose du Cualcmala, called lor by res
nlmion of Srntember 2. Inst.
Srerelnry llhiiue's letter to Mr. Mitucr
coRrltides ns follows:
"I'oryoiirco irse in intervening to per
mit the nultiontics oi ininteniain to ac
comnlish their eapttirc of Ilarrundin I
run am no iuatihcalion, Vou were In
formed thnt your net was regretted,
nnrl I mil now directed by the
President to inform yon that it is
disvowed. The Drcsidcnt' Is ol the opin
ion thnt your iiscfiilncssln Central Amer
ica Is nt an end. Vou will, therefore,
leave your post with all convenient dis
patch." MarrlitKB l.lceiiMea).
Marriage licenses have liecn issued to
the following naineil couples: K. N.
Hiickncrnud Luclniln Whiles; J. P. Shcp
pard nnd 8. Ii. Ilrudlcy.
M. I.. Reed Appointed.
Murk V, Heed, one of Huncomlie's new
legislators, has received a commission sage ol a supplemental bill before Jniiti
from Gov. Powle ns a delegate to the im- ry, when the original section would
THK lltKKl.T NUTCRDWDKD,
A MlHHtatemeiit by a Paper In a
Town In Catawba County.
The Hickory PrcBB-Carolinian, in its is
sue for this week, makes this astonishing
Asheville, we understand, is over
loaded with lumlier, and the dealers
there have reduced the market price."
W. II. Wcstall, a iir"'niucut lumber
Icnlcr was shown tliiseliiiiiing this morn
ing and absolutely denied that such is the
ease. "On the contrary, he said, "the
demand is very heavy, ami the dealers
nave rniscn tnc price ol lumiieran aver
age of $1.0(1 ncr thousand fret. For
some kinds of lumber the demand is
greater than the supply. Thin condition
lias been so lor several months.
IIEA.V,Y COTTON FAILURE.
AND A. 1M1-:VI-:R'M I.IAHII.I
TTIl'.H ARK l,)(Hi,ooo,
Their Amhi-Ih are at LeaHl an Much
and the l-lrin Kxprct to Pay Hol
lar for Dollar Nurtli Carolina
Xiiw Ohi.hass, iKc.li. Thccottoii firm
if V. A. and A. Meyer has Riism-nilcd
with liabilities aggrcgaliug $J,.rilll),(M)0
mil assets $:i,Oll(l,tiiil),
This is the third largest cotton house
in the country and it was supposed to
Ik-one of the wealthiest. They will ask
for an extension and say they will pay
lollar for dollar. The recent financial
panic, the slowness or collections and
the decline in the price ol cotton each bail
its share in the result. The house is com
posed of Victor Meyer, vice-president ol
the I'nion nalional bank, Adolph Meyer,
cecntly elected to congress Irani the
lirst Louisiana district, and Cassiut-
Meyer, a capitalist.
The firm is interested in -." or 3(1 cot
ton plantations and owned hall n dozen
ftlic best sugar plantations in the stale.
The failure was not announced until
after business hours.
Ifis feared that the wreck of thisgreul
commercial laitise may involve several
Solomnu Meyer is a resident partner
and the manager of the New York office
f the firm. V. mid A. Meyer arc nart
proprietors ol the Kolit. liibson cotton
mills, the Natchci mills, nml the Strips
manufacturing company ol North Caro
lina. HUCIAI. Ml'rllCAI..
The CollrKe (he Ncene ot a Plean-
A delighlful social musical was given
in the parlors of Die Asheville fcnuilc col
lege last nighl. The entertainment was
given by Drcsidcnt II, K. Atkins and wife.
and the teachers and pupils of the school
ami was attended by u number of the
patrons of the school and also by tlu
young men of the city. An excellent mu
sical anil literary program was rendered
nnd the pieces showed wonderful talent
on the part of I he young ladies, dcvcloiicd
by the great skill ol the instructors. The
program was as follows:
Piano Illicit Himate in l Clcnientl
1 niov., ItcKBic nml llunnie Krevvs.
.1 mov . II Wilbur. A. Kussrl.
Vocal lliu tt When the ttwnllows Ply...
I.. NVwInml. I. Arnold.
'Iiiiio 8olo Vulsc In Ii Hal tlurand.
Kidtlltion "Mnrlt nml I."
Vucut Bulo Hcrcnuile Postl
Piano elolo Mcnurt in H tint Moxnrt.
!uo for two plunos Marclie alln Turcn...
M O.irrett. Miss llurtlirinlrr.
Vncnl tMivtt wltll four hands cc. Crimson
l.low ol Siinm-t Pail.'S Kout
L. Wnv. P. Arnold.
Piano Hutu Pctii llnleri Knvina
M . r.iirctt.
Kvcitlltiun Mr, Maluiit's Courtship...
Plnno 8ulo ll Nocturne in B tint Chopin
Kccitlition Archie I lean !.. Hamilton
Iiso for two Pianos l'icre de Concert...
Miss lltirnicitvr, Miss WriKlit.
.Misses lliiriucislcr ami Wright wen
encored on the last piece. The former re
sounded with an instrumental solo and
the latter with a song.
Ati A INST THK HAII.HOAU.
Three JixIgmeulK In lite Hunerlor
The suit for damages of 0. W, DiK-kery
aguiiiHt the K. ami D. railroad company
for being put off a train, was decided
favor ol the plaintiff in the stiicrior
courl. He wnsgiven piilgiueut for Sl'ja.
Jus. Ilivsou, on I lie same complaiul was
given luogiucni nir ti.i.
a invorcc was granted to Aiaggic
Worlies from her husband loc Worticsou
the ground of adultery on the part of the
I'inlav & Nelson were given n iiidg
iiienl for f.'ill in a suit against the K. am
1 1. railroad comiianv lor overcharge in
freight on a car load of hav from Nash
ville. Cotton Crop Report.
Nkw Yomk, lcc. 0. The tolnl visible
supply of cotton for the world is 'J,07H,
list bales, of which 2,r0f,,lHI nre Ameri
can, against U.rt'JH,.34 nnd L',4;i!l,(i:ifi
resiKvtivelv last year. Kceeipls of cotton
all interior towns, 'i 1 S.H15 bales; receipts
at plantations, L'7'J.lNl ; crop in sight,
Mr. Dugh has spoken against the elec
Mr. Coiqicr has mnilc a Sicccli severely
leniiuneing the met hods ol iiensiotl coin.
Kciiuliliean extremists in congress criti
cise the Farmers' alliance for passing the
nuti-lorcc bill resolutions.
Silver men urc dissatisfied with the
practical oiicrations of the new silver bill
nail lais oi more legislation.
The I'nited States senate, after
lengthy debute, passed n joint resolution
to issue arms to the states threatened
with nu Indian outbreak
The wnvs and means committee will
immediately tnkf measures to rectify the
oinis. ion of the tobacco rebate section
from the McKinlcy tariff Inw by the pas-
THE INDIAN GRIEVANCES.
A FRIKbVT viit them in
He Doea Ho at the Rlak of HIM I.I re
But 'Willi the Resjull, Probably,
or Adverting War.
Omaha, Dec. 6. The lice has received
the lollowing from its special correspond
ent at Dine Ridge agency, S. I).:
As jierilous a mission as annul of God
has undertaken for many a day toward
averting bloodshed and loss of human
life, was completed to-dnv when good
Father Julc, the Catholic priest whom
C.cn. Brooke requested to go out and
talk with the hostile Indians, returned
to the agency. The reverend father was
iccompanicd by Jack Red Cloud, the
widely rcsKxtcd son of the famous chief,
but he went more as n guide thun us a
1 he day after the Indian camp was
reached thechiefsmet Father Julc in coun
cil. There were present Two Strike, the
head chief, Turning bear, Short Bull, High
Hawk, Crow Dog, Kicking Bear, liaglc
le. Big lurkcy and High l'lnc. I be
piie of icucc was conspicuous by ils ab
sence, rather ulc opened the council by
asking the chicls to slate the particular
cause of the grievance that had led them
to assume so startling an altitude ol
The replies were, substantially, as fol
lows: "We object to the recent census
returns made by Mr. I . liis enumera
tion, ns he is now making il, would nut
give food sullicicnt for us to live on. Lee
puts ns down ns less, many less, lor each
tctiec, than it contains. W'c arc to re
ceive lood according to that enumera
tion. W e shall starve ; we know we snail
starve. II the great lather chooses to
heat us we will have one big cat before
the starving time conies. After that wc
hall light our last light.
I lie grcut lather lias done another
wrong, tic put a boundary line between
the Rosebud and Dine Ridge agency that
makes many of us lose our homes. The
great father broke an old trcuty when he
did this. W'c can no longer believe the
great father. He says: 'Children you
shall never be moved again, unless you
want lo go; and then lie goes uway and
"We are not coming in now nml will
not lay down our rilles because we arc
ilraitl ol the conscotienccs. II we stop
now the grcut father will send many ol
us to Ins big iron house to stay many
moons. W'c would die."
After a long pause Crow Dog said thnt
they might come in if the soldiers were
taken away. I-'uthcr Jule then urged
them to give up their designs of war.
Finally lie urged the chicls thnt they
come bnck with him. To this some ol
the older ones answered favorably, but
the young ones, who were heavily in the
mniorilv. said no; but they finally
agreed they would in a few davs all come
... i...i t..i i. ...... :t
ones lo 1'Uiin.r Jllics miun:, mur miiiw
northwest ol tnc agency, ana meet ijen-
oral Brooke nnd tell him in jicrson just
what they had told lather Julc.
While in the hostile cnmii Father lule
said there were I'OOO men all fully armed.
Thecumii is wholly inaccessible, he savs,
to the military.
tjoil alone knows, continued tnc
Driest, "the lenrfulncss ol the results ol
awaiting an effort to conquer these hos
tile pcoois il they continue m tncir pres
WHY HK WORK I-.
The applanation a HnperHtltlon
Wltueaa date In Court.
A sleepy looking witness for the plain
tiffin the case of Doekery vs. tlie K. & U.
railroad company caused considerable
merriment in the court house yesterday,
When being questioned by the attorney
for the railroad his manner was decidedly
interesting. Upon being asked a question
relating to himsell, lie would look the
lignilicd attorney straight in inciiiccnnu
Willi a jiccuiiar tiruwi iniuiic
. " . ,. o I I .
" hat. me r
The Inwver would invariably shout at
the top of his voice in reply totliis: "Yes,
1 las mil not seem 10 oiscouccnmc wn-
ncss however and the answer was always
the s'linc. When he was leaving tli
stand, the attorney noticed a string tied
ioouiv nrounii the neck oi the witness.
This seemed to uive him another chnnce
at the man and he nt once yelled: "What
arc vou doing with thnt string around
your neck f
"That is to keen mv nose from bleed
ing," quietly rescinded the superstitious
"You can lw excused!" thundered the
lawyer, und the witness shambled to a
seat and beciinic n aim-tutor to the ml
ministration of justice.
The Matrimonial Market Affected,
Chicago Daughter Da, Huron
('.rand ami Drinee Joinvillc have both
asked my hand in marriage.
Father Two months ago, mv child, 1
roiild have houifht vou the iirincc. but
I'm ufrnid u baron is all 1 can afford to-
Chicago Daughter Pa, your business
lias snllcreil no serious shock, has it ?
Fniher No. daughter: but under tnc
McKiulcy bill lorcign imiKirtntions have
gone way up.
AITAIKS 01' COSSHSJl'USCE.
liiuhlcen inches of snow fell nt Witter
burv, Vt Wctlnesiioy night.
The urn ml iurv nt Chnrlcston. W. Vn
returned nearly 400 indictments for
1'x-r.ov. Charles Foster suggests Mai.
William McKinlcy as the mini who can
'urry Ohio lor the republicans.
Us. Minister Mixucr will Ik succeeded
ni Central America bv ex-Oovcrnor nnd
cx-Congrcssmnn Pachcco, of California.
The nnmc of IlourkeCochrnn is sugges
ted for the I'nited States scnutorsliiii
from New York, in case Governor Hill
The tariff reform victories will be cele
brated in New York bv a Iwinnnrt. at
which Mr. Cleveland will be the principal
A flirht tn a finish for SlMMM) has been
nrrnmred between lames I, Corbctt. the
San Francisco pugilist, who stood up
ngninst Jake Kilrnin at New Orleans, and
I'rnnk P. Slnvin. of filmland, who defea.
ted joe McAuliffe. The fight is to take
place at new urieans ociore apru ia
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thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINIi.
Since it docs not contain an atom ot
cither oi these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without liar or serious
results. It is ni ' a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm,
less" remedies. These qualities make it
tbe most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
UIKBliONB POR U8B.
Tbe doae for aa adult is two tcaapoonfuls
la a wine (lass of water. Dose for children
proportion, accord 1ns to age. la cither
case tbe doae can be repeated every thirty
mlnucs until a cure is effected. Cos dose will
ways drive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when Brat feeling; tbe premonitory
symptoma; but IT tbe attack la well on, and
.unerinaT ia Intense, the second or third dose
may be required. Uaually a greater number
of doaes is required to effect tbe first cure
than is needed for any succeeding time there
after, ahowlng that tbe medicine ia accumu
lative la its effect., tending toward an event
ual permanent cur
For sale at
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