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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 185.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place lti iiiumI and devel
oping ma ,
Situated in tho .
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health-
liilin!H8Uiil bounty of
An elevation of :,HO0 feet,
! It, im iMfiiur laiii out with
tte and skill, with wen
.... . at
firnuloil toiuIh and extensive
A dtwirablo phut) for fine
A good opiKirtunity for
UNY1LLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
i LlnTlUCt Mitchell Co., W. c
m roruuii iMOPriiw puce.
Novcllls. for the Holldava.
Make. a specialty of Milk.
Wool, Line and Cotton Ma
terials tor Art BmbroMrry.
Wraps tor Ladles Mime, and
ChUdrra. I'nderwcar tor t-a-dlra,
Minn, Mea aad Boy.
A toll lint of Blrloc IH-jr
3,0 -Month Win mrcctjo
SSI a. MAIN ST. ASHBVILLB,
m M TM. PUC. H
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
4' Views and Sketchcti.
W. W. Wer
GWYll & WEST,
IIMMM to Waller owva)
MRU TO BANK OF UHEVIUA
t arccarclr riaocd at
" notary PaWk. CosMlassoewrs of Deed.
, FIRE INSURANCE.
f orriCIt mK ossrtaajaara.
I "THE SHI HO MOVE."
I A.d so do. A.hevlll Tk great hmtllng
J act waow Being penonra j
t Ij.iiwm an a tn.
tun anitTii. inn baa hw .eheme
aad be ralatr. It r rnnat r.M to not ..win.
f lag er. We dna't mind telling yo. that our
. .Lh i in .ii .11 (Im l.nil ..d (unit .11
the property we raa, brfor. "The gohln;
j Neat Agala. Web.vi )..t been .ppli;d
X agent tor the Old ReH.hle Peaa.rlv.nl. Pit
-' i.nraac Co., aad w. waat yoa to law
t wtta na.
RIAL IIMTI AN! IMURANCL
Jk 10, McAi Block
I. Pattoa At., AakerlN. 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 nature. Never before have we had .acta
an excellent stock to .elect from, having In
creaKd It wonderfully, eapedally la Fine
Good., and we alway. mnkc price, low. In
fact Mil. Ii charactcrletlc with u, and we
have found nnt trouble with the bcttcrclas.
of trade on account of Ipw price.. We admit
thla la a great Incentive to ralie price., yet
we rely upon the good judgment of I he
masses to sustnin u.. Remember, we guar'
antee every article wild, and if not ns rcpie
.enled, or dor. not give you end c sntlsfac
tlon, we kindly auk you to return It and r
will cheerfully give you buck your money or
anything we have In richnngc. VYc keep
'moat everything In the llrocrry and Provis
ion line, Including ilriiin ami I'ecd.nnd would
be glad to have your trnde We deliver good
free of charge to any part of the Hly, and
keep a twohorK wagon for delivering l.ro
eerie. In large lot. und lor uur Grain and
A. D. COOPER.
Nertta Court thinnrr. corner Mnln mitl C
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
ami Wedding Presents, such
a Japanese Crumb Trays,
'aney Match Safes, Brass
ire te, Brass Andirons,
, 1 r a.
L-ancy neartn ami uw
.rufjhes, &e. Wo would like
you to see them. We have
also a largo assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at veky low khi-
kks to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours In-fore buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Boula & Brotherton.
4.1 Patton Ave., under llraad )iera llouw.
will get there. We liet on Old Xeb being
the bel Plonr la towa. We have Just recdv.
ed fre.h lot of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come aad give them a trial, at
17 South Mnln Wtrcel,
Real KsUte Broken,
And InvcNlmetit Agents.
Loan. . arely iilaerd at A per eeat.
14 8n Pattoa Avenue Meeoaa aoor.
u7wTl.iriC AKTMIIH J. W 1 1. Lit.
ya Patina Avenue.
He.t V M C A hulld'l.
nov t d.lm
( Pormerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block
Strictly a Brokerage BuslncM
Lean, amrely placed at per ent
. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton. Veal
IXTRA FINI IAU1A0I A IKCIALTY.
A .!! M..hll.hd hnalneiw la A.hevllle,
eevilr.lly located, dnlna a ftret elaM trade
Ilk large prnnu, Thla I. the bnt opnnrta
ally aow ..nfd In thla rlty. Maat be Mid
bce.uo of nwner'.lll he.Uh.
Alan, a flratl.M new rvaldrne. evntrally
lor.lra II tnen now r nv n..i
W oner a .nlenitld tract of tlmlierland.mr
Mile or an inveattnvni oa annro. t vyimw,
u..m utir v.ra'.hed and nnrarnl.hed
hoaar. only a fcw ailaalea front Coart
"'vV aran Two lara realdencM, with .very
eonvrnlenee. to rent fnrnkihed.
t..M i.mn-lhir new namohlft O.
Aihevlll. Pall of Uteet .UU.tica. Call for
KAL MTATg AND INVIMTMHNTI
ooai MeAam Blsea, M Pattoa Arena..
IJ 1 AlUilVJJ
It ii the pluvc to buy your nice China,
T.nntpt., IIouhc PurniMhlnRH, anew are, Ac.
Our stni'k of this dnHn or nuriaHcii
any In the itnte. A visit will convince you
A rnr invoice en route of the hnndMonieat
Chrlitmaa good, ever cxhlliltcr. in Adhevllle,
which wc hoic to have open by lice. 1, Conic
fitrly nitil net ft rut election. An rslra tnrnc
n(M k of Alter Pinner Cnftcca, PuildlnK-Halati.
Iterry and liTCn-am HcU. All aultuhle for
prmrnta. All mail order will receive prompt
nnd quick attention. hkIk hiprd to any
part of t e I'nlud Klatr. Vlwil u nnd Kate
uimn an altnoit endless sea of China and
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
I'NDIiK : UKANII : OPERA : IIOUSB.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Our Mr. IUhI wood's recent
HircluiHPH in New York bIiow
hoiiio exvollunt.vulura, the re
Hult of tH'MfecHHlidiwounto on
ooiIh alit'inly low beeauHe of
ii dull market. Ik-Hides a lot
of Hi'iiHoiuiMe things to wear,
we have a iguch largr nto k
of Taney (loodn, Toys and
Holiday (Joodn gcnernlly,
than ever iM-fom r or a Inn-
tin! ieriod a largo discount
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 4k 9 PATTON AVE.
('lothiiifr, Dry floods, Hats,
Sliois, CuriH'ts and
WKAKK DAILY IIKCEIVIXO THE
(IIOK'EHTCALU'tHJNIA AND FOH'
KIIIN KltriTH. FLORIDA Olt-
AMIKH, KIIKHII KK1H, &('.
KlUKWOItKH, PLAIN AND FAN
CY CANDIKS, HILVKU HOOK AND
HUH A R TOYS, rilACKEKS, CIIKW-
INQ (ll'.MH, &(., WK AUK HKLLINd
TO TUB WHOLKHALK TUADK AT
FAITOUY ritlC'KS. CALL EAItLY
AND HKLKIT OVVL STOCK 1E-
FOHB THK IM'SH IIEHINH.
WILKIE & ATKINS,
I a r.TTnn avs,
S.MSVILLS, . B
oausss will ascsivs rsourr Ann
FOHMERLY THE EAOLI HOTEL
No. 66 South Main Street.
Large rooms, well venlllsteri, warmed hy
heaters aad opea ni place. tal.le aapi4led
with the beat th. market affords, aatea,
f 1.00 per da, IA.00 to N.0O per week.
liio.oo to ISO uo per month.
MRS. L. J. BUHNKTTB,
Warm eomfnrtaht rooms, house aewly mr
al.hed i food taloe. Terms raaaoaabw, Oa
.tree .".I-. M.. j. L S ATltK.A,
Jalyiadtas sS Pattoa Avs.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THIS ALLIANCE DKKP IN IOI
PROLONGED DISCUSSION ON
THE SUB-TREASURY BILL.
Ocala. yt Jfc. .-Tht Cittcens' Al
linnce )riicfc(i a national orKoniuttion
Ihtc Sutunlay. It is designed to supple
ment the Farmers' alliance, and its pur
iMiacs nrc solely xliticnl. Its meinlier-
ship is restricted only by endorsement of
the St. lAimi and Ocnln platforms.
Its suliordinntc alliances will be organ
ized onlv in cities, towns, and incorpora
ted villages. The president is J. U. Hoi
ilcn, of Kansas; secretary, Ralph Beau
mont, of New York; trensurer, L. I.
Wild, of Washington.
The declaration of principles says that
the organization is formes) for the pur-
pose ol co-oncratiiiK with the Farmers'
alliance, the Knights of Labor, and other
orders in the supHirt of the St. Louin
platform, "and to this end the organiza
tion is political in its nature." It is de
clared that the present national organi
zation is temporary, and that as soon us
the order is organized in a majority of
the states lull national conventions shall
be held to revise it.
The representative, of the alliance ex-
hnnires throughout the country have
formed an important national organiza
tion. The figures submitted by the state
manngcrs of the exchanges showed that
n business aggregating more than ten
millions was done by them the past year.
Contracts were made here last week with
representatives ol manufacturers for the
purchase of more than fourteen million
dollars' worth ol goods during the com
ing year. I he state managers organin d
wnnj. n. vines, 01 at. iouis, president ;
W. L. I'cck, ol Atlanta, vice-president ;
iswnld Wilson, of New York, secretary ;
and J. K. House, of Kunsus City, treas
urer. It was decided to adopt the Geor
gia system of doing business throughout
the country. The alliance exchnngc in
that state does practically a cash broker
The colored alliance finished its work
Saturday. They re-adopted the St.
Ixuis plattorm without amendment.
They derided not to denl with third party
officially, but all the delegates, with the
exception of those from Georgia, signed
the call tor a third party eonlerence to be
held at Cincinnati, Feb. 23.
The committee on the president's mes
sage, with reference to the salaries, rc
Hrted in favor of making the president's
sulnry $3,01 M), with traveling expenses,
out of which he must pay his private sec
retary ; and in fixing his officiul residence
in Washington. Adopted.
A tremendous row was created by
President Hall, of Missouri, who insisted
on reading, amid greut disorder, his"rra-
sons" for not signing the rcKrt of the
committee that investigated the charges
against folk, Macune and Livingston.
Hull thought the report censured I'olk
too much and Macune and Livingston
not enough.cbargingthat they ha. I plead
guilty to some of the charges from w bicli
tne committee s report exonerated tncm.
Finally Livingston secured the adoption
of the motion making a continuance ol
tne investigation a special order lor p.
a. Before that hour Hall withdrew his
reaaona" in the intervntnf harmonv. but
aid, "tliey are true and 1 do not change
The alliance assembled again this morn
ing and listened to the rcKrt of the coin
mitteec on legislation with reference to
the sub-treasury hill, A warm contro
versy on tnnt sunisct went on uii tne
Washington was chosen as the next
place of meeting, but it may be chungeil
THK TOBACCO TAX.
An Itemof Interent Hare In North
Wasiiiniiton, Dec. 8. The ways and
means committee to-day voted to report
Ihe bill authorizing the secretary of the
treasury to refund so much of the tax
collected on tobacco (which shall he in
the hands ol dealers and mnuuluclurrrs
January I as was nbolishcd by the re
cent tariii nn.
The house has passed the pension iiii-
Sherman A. Johnson has been nomi
nated as collector ol customs nt George
town. D. C.
Secretary Noble has announced a plan
for aiding claimants to secure pensions
witnoui tne neip oi attorneys.
The republican caucus coinmitteeof the
senate has decided to postpone consider
ation ol the resolution shutting ofl de
Senator Gray, ol Delaware, threw the
republican members of the srnnte into
confusion by his attack on the domicili
arv clause of the force bill.
The correspondence I let ween Secretary
Mlaine and Minister Miznerover the Bar
rundio affair shows that Mitnrr was
verelv reprimanded for exceeding bit
powers and was then recalled.
MASMHK FOt'NDEMED T
PoMslnllltv that too Naval
tlRtNutgLt, Dec. 8. A fishing smack art
ried at Ostcnd to-day and reported
that the Ilelginn training ship, Ville I),
Aorers has foundered nt sea. Rbe has
on board 100 naval apprentice.
The government has received indefinite
advices of a disaster to the training ship
but does not believe that she has foun
Tho collapo of a Pennaylvaula
Bank amall Aaaota.
Mkapsvii.nk, Ta., Dec. 8. Reports con
tinue to come In of sufferers who have
lost more or less heavily In the collapse
of Delamnter & Company's bank. Lia
bilities may reach SHOO.OOO; assets prob
ably hall that.
Tho Kind ol December tho North
la Mow Mavlnsr.
HANRisanNRt'io, Vs., Dec. 8. A terri
ble storm set In here last night. Sleet,
snow and hail all fell. It hss now turned
into a mow storm and rages furiously.
Toe weather is Intensely cold,
IS) PARNELI. CRA JSV T
He Btrlkes) One of HI Suoportera
London, Dec. 8. At 3:15 Saturday the
members of the nationalist party re-
nsscmljlcd. A strongly worded letter
from Archbishop Walsh was rend dc
manding Paniell's removal.
Then followed Abraham's motion, but
I'urnell refused to put it. As a written
resolution to the same effect was being
handed in by Justin McCarthy? I'urnell
leuned across the table, struck McCar
thy's hand, and seized the resolution und
tore it to pieces. Justin I lunby McCarthy
denounced I'arncll as the insulter of his
lather nnd an enemy to bis country. Ik
declared that he hud hitherto acted with
I'arncll but that henceforth he would re
The opponents of Purncll who with
drew met immediately in another room,
elected Justin McCarthy chairman nnd
unanimously adopted the following reso
lutions: "We, members of the Irish parliamen
tary party, solemnly renew our adhesion
to the principle that the Irish party al
ways must remain independent ol the
other parties. We will never entertain
any proposal for the settlement of the
home rule iiucstion except such us satis
fies the aspirations of the Irish party and
the Irish iwoplc."
This resolution was immediately com
municated to Gladstone. Umiii learning
what had been done he exclaimed:
"Thank God, home rule is saved !"
In response to a call issued by Justin
McCarthy, leader to I lie nnti-Purncllitcs,
They assembled to-day and named the
committee to assist Mr. McCurtfay in
deciding the future action ol the party.
. . Martin, of Aahevlllc, Re
The fourth regiment of the North Caro
lina state guard held its nnnuul election
at the armory of the Hornets' Nest rifle
men at Charlotte. Five cominies at
Statesville, Lineolnton, Asheville, Con
cord and Charlotte were represented
either in person or by proxv. The Mon
roe, uauas ano vtnyiicBvuic citniimun-a
were not represented. Col. J. T. Aiiliiony
was re-elected in spite of his recent resig
nation. This is regarded as an endorse
ment of his course. Lieut.-Col. J. G. Mar
tin, of this city, was also in nomination
and received three votes to Col. Antho
ny's twelve. Mr. Martin was unani
mously re-elected licutenaul-coloncl. Maj.
b F. Young was re-elected bv a vote ol
leven to four over L. N. schill.
THK CHl'RCH STONED.
A Reward ol as la OrTerrd by Ihe
The congregation of the Catholic church
on Haywood street have been considera
bly annoyed of late by miscreants ston
ing their house of worship. The windows
of the building are closed with canvas
until the gloss comes, and on two occa
sions this has been found torn and rocks
have been found in the interior. Sutur-
lay night the pastor, who lives next
door, heard a rock strike the side ol the
church, hut on going to the door could
no one as the street is wituout light
at that point. The congregation has
offered a reward of $'J3 for the discovery
of the person or iersons doing the work.
CVT WITH A RAZOR.
Mary Hsnssa Hart by Her Hus
las. Henson, colored, was put in jnil
several days ago for mistreating his
wire's child. He wus released Friday,
his sentence having expire!. Saturday
htwent to the house ol his wile. Mary Men-
son near the Asheville tobacco works and
the trouble Iwtwecn the two was re
newed. In the quarrel the woman was
haillv cut wun a raxor in severni pinecs
on her hands. Henson cscnKl aud has
not been caught.
Death front Consumption.
Miss Mary Ucckmun, of linrdstown,
Kv., died nt the Oaks hotel yesterday
morning nt 10 o'clock. Miss llcckinnn
hnd been in Asheville for two weeks. She
nine here sulk-ring with consumption,
which caused her denlh. Her mother
was with her. The remains were taken
to her Inrnicr home this alternoon for in
Tlic circulars for distribution by tin;
cititens' committee npimintcd to canvass
llie city for homes for delegates to the
Inter-State Immigration convention,
mny I had by members of that com
mittee by calling at The Citukn office.
SOUTH CAROLINA IVLKS.
Gov. l-'owle Is nt work on his mes
sage to the legislature.
bw P. nrik. tins raised nearly 111..
(MX) to build a Uiliernocle at Kandlenian.
The elected rcuublicnn superior court
clerk ol Craven county could not give
Mr. Harwell lllnnton. of Kbelby. has
given SUM) to the Wake Forest endow
Mr. Milton Drown, of Salisbury, last
week sold a dog to Mr. Lorrillard, jr., of
New York, for f 50.
The senior class of Salem female acade
my have odopted the "senior enp and
roue, ol Dines mnienai.
HrndersonvllleOuidei Major John II
Tinley was married on Sunday to Miss
Mnry ti. rcaincrsion oi vicar crcc.
The Pile meetins which hat been held
in Kouisburg for the past ten days came
to an end Thursday. The attendance av
eraged nearly or quite two thousand nnd
there were two hundred conversions.
Last Sunday Mr. Cicero Craven and
Miss C. Cecil, both of near Thoinasvillc,
were united In matrimony. On Inst
Tuesday afternoon Rev. Preston T. Way,
of Oakdale, was marrrled to Miss Lltsic
Harwood, of Chapel Hill,
Winston Daily: Old I'nele William
M vera ia said to he the oldest citisen no w
living in Salem. He passed the OHth mile
ntnt a few davs Boo. Winston Repub
lican: Uncle 'Joseph Armfield, of Ker-
nersvillc counts hit years at about 01
Winston Republican : Mr. H. P. Sam
uel, of 8nlcm Chapel township, this
mnntv. hna twin dnuuhters. Bula and
Susan, aged about 0 years. Last week
Hnla Mnled a lartre hawk and in com-
Kiny with Susan procured breach
ading shot gun, went forth and killed
FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED.
FlVK IMliN ARK INJl'HIvll, lll'T
Hrafcenian Uuliiea has liln Tlilith
Broken-canned by a Broken
Hruke Heasn PUHHeiiicera to be
Through freight train No. Ill, loaded
chiefly with coal and cotton, and which
left Asheville early this morning, was
wrecked by a broken brake beam Iwyond
the ciwannanoii tunnel about nine
teen miles cost of Axhcvillc, at half past
six o'clock. The engine mid the train
Conductor K. II. leinKtcr, of Stales
ville, and Kuginecr (icorge Heaver, Fire
man J. II, Sullivan, llrakenien Sylvester
Downs and Jones Guinea, of Salisbury,
were injured. Iiowu'sartn and (tiiincs'
thigh were broken and Sullivan was cut
on the fine. The injuries ol the others
were not serious.
Ir. W, II. Milliard, of this city, surgeon
for the railroad company, was sent to
the scene of the wreck soon alter the
news reached SuK'riulcmlcnl Mcllcc's
Passengers on cast bound passenger
train No. Till, leaving here at this
afternoon, were to transfer lit the scene
of the accident to west hound train No.
.V-i, which is to return to Salisbury. No.
S3 is to bring the passengers of the other
train here and take them through. The
ollicers say the track will lie cleared by 7
AN ALARM Of FIRE.
Memberaor the Fire ComimiileH
An alarm of fire, so badly mixed up
that nobody could tell from which Imix it
came was sounded yesterday afternoon
at iihotit ::i(l o'clock. It was thought
that the bell was attcmptingtostrikethr
numlHT ol a box in the western part of
the city and the tire compaiiicsall started
in that direction. Alter a run lor some
distance out Huywood street andfimlini:
nothing they turned buck. No lire was
found or has since lccn reiorted.
The me tiers of the Arc companies arc
getting considerably dissatisfied at the
freiiuent nhirn.s which have called them
out of late for nothing bill burning chim-
uevs. A prominent mcinticr ol one ol the
companies in conversation wiihTiiuCiT-
r.vs tins morning spoke ol the ordinance
which provides that any icrson suffering
a chinitiev within the fire limit, to be
come foul with soot so us to blaze out at
the top, except in dniupor rninv wenther,
shall, on conviction he lined $". lie said
that there should lie an ordinance of this
kind, embracing the entire city as Inr us
the water supply goes and that it should
Ik enforced so thai there would not lie so
much trouble from this source.
He also called Tim Citizen's attention
to box No. 4-.'ll! on South Main street
which is so broken as to K-rniit anylioilv
to turn in an alarm from the outside of
the box with a stick. This same mein
lier said that there was danger of a dis
bamlmcut ol'lhc company should there
be so many calls to take them from their
business in all sorts of weather lor noth
ing. "One good thing," he continued,
"would lie tor the city to have several
chimney sweeps who could be employed
by anybody to clean cluinucvs. 1 Ins
would avert much of the trouble."
JumI a Llllle Hetalnd Now.
Eiiitok Tiik Citukn; How gratifying
to know that, "the world do move."
The urtiele in Friday evening's wipcr.
'Co-oienitivc cooking aud washing," is
absolutely savored wi.h salvation. After
milling it, I shouted three hallulujahs,
amen. This is something uiitisusal for me
to do, and I lcg your pardon if I did
On the 13th of September last, 1 sug-
gcttcd this co-iierutive plan, with tin
exception of details in tin.' cooking tie-
mrtnicnt, to tne memiiers ol tne House-
kcciicrs union. The prices were identi
cal; the shares to lie $''.". However,
later I proposed to reduce the shares to
$10 and begin with the laundry alone at
twenty-live cents cr down or' two dol
lars per hundred, all plain pieces to Is.
mitnulcd; theothcrs miuiriug hand iron-
in if to lie rough lined to send lioinc, or
charge for ironing at the laundry, op
tional ol course, mil alter consulting
husbands, the ladies seemed to think the
idea too premature and 1 1 lioie the hub
bies were not to blame) no action was
taken in the matter, onlv n little work or
luxle on mv part, the result of which was
n slight shock to ueighlair tiirdwood's
How in mil 1 do reurcl that Asheville
could not have wen the Hinl first. Mor
al ake hp: liiiicandlidcw.nl lor no
nun. Kesiux'tiiiiiy yours,
M i:iks or co.siijri:sci:.
limiii I'ashii, who is at the head of
(tcrinnn expedition in Africa, alter having
a niiniiicr ol liguis Willi Aran slave
traders, has arrived at Lake Victoria,
Amcricnn bacon is being shipicil t
foe Coburn, the pugilist, died nt New
tork rtalurtiuv night ol consumption.
The President entertained at luncheon
Saturday Mr. mid Mrs. Henry M. Stan
A sensation has been caused in (icorgin
bv the announcement that (en. (m
is to be initiated into the alliance.
Some of the hostile Sioux chiefs kept
their pledge nnd comr in ami hnd n till
with lien, iiroone. .v result yet.
rmminrnt educationalists favor the
establishment of a system of free kinder
gartens in connection with the public
The New Hampshire legislature hnsnd
liiiimrd without ennctiiiunnvleuislation
The extrn session cost the people about
President Allen V. Tliurmnn, of the
Amcricnn association, says no club in the
American association can in any way lie
connected with the National league. An
association club could be made to pay In
Chicago, nnd he mny nsk permission to
put a club there.
The Jefferson n venue I'resbyterinn
church, of Detroit. Mich., has invited a
Methodist minister from Cnnndn to be
come its pastor, nnd the problem which
hns been presented to the trensury de
partment now is to get the reverend gen'
tlcmnn into this country without nav-
ment of the tiennlty of f 10.000 fixed for
Violation ol tne contract labor law.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAIIB MARK KB018TBRBI).
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Curetf livery Varioty of Headacna
ANII NOTHING BL8B.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa-
lion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article it. the market for the
sccdy relief and cure of every variety of
thai common trouble, Hkadachr. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
tiling which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative (lowers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
IHiisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINli.
Since it docs not contain an atom ol
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without (car or serious
results. It is n a Cathartic, does not
lisnrrangc tlie stomach, and contains
uo 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
the most populur aud saleable urticle in
the market, wherever known.
IIIKBC f JON8 FOR UBB.
The dose for an adnlt la two teaspoonfuls
in a wine glaas of water. Dose for children
in proportion, according to age. la either
case the dose can tic repeated every tblrtj
ralnues until a cure Is efleeted. On. dose will
alway. drive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when first feeling the premonitory
symptoms; but If the attack Is well oa, aad
sullcring is intense, the second or third dose
may be required. Usually a greater .amber
of dose, is required to effect the first cure
than Is needed for any .acceedlag time there
after, showing that the medicine n accumu
lative la Its effects, tending toward aa event
ual permanent cure
For sale at
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