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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 186.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1890.
A place planned ami devel
oping ut u
Situated in the.
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
lulneHH and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being ltiid out with
taste and Hkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
BUATHFVL HO 91 KM.
A good opiortuiiity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, -address,
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO,,
MarlUc, Mitchell Co., M. C.
the roruun ihoppins puce.
Novelties for the Holidays.
Makes a specialty of Mlk,
Wool, Unea and Cottoa Ma
terials for Art Bssbroldery.
Wnpt for Ladles, MUM. and
CMMna. t'oderwear for La
dles, Minn, Mca and Buy..
A fall Um of oprrtor Dr
30 -aowtli Wain gtr t.-ao
82 . MAIN IT. AftHBVILLB,
I00KS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
Waitss B, Owes, w. W, Win,
Htmawi to Walter B.Owya)
(tlFt. TO MM Of MNEVtUL
LMBt ttecurclj riaccl at
Notary Pubtk. CeaMlsaloaara ofUcsda.
orr ICK-aVMlBMMuM Caart Bajaara.
"THE SUN DO MOVE,"
Aad m dot Aahevlllr The great battling
a't H) aow being performed by all genuine
bmlMN mm of tat
" TMB aollTH. Brwy aiaa baa hi. acheme
aad to relalea It la moat caara to aot
big can, W. doo't ailad telling yoa that oat
arbna k) to aril all th laad aad hieura all
tat property wff raa, before "Th. KnWn;
Nrat Agala." Wt liar, joat been annotated
ageata for th. Old Reliable Pennsylvania Fit
laaaraae Co aad w. waat yoa to In.art
JKMKS at JKNKfl,
REM. ESTATE AND WIUMNCE.
Rmmi a A 10, McAfee Block
a fauna Art., Aahtvln. N C.
F. A. GRACEf
WE THANK YOU
For jour liberal patronage In the paat.attd
are trying to aiake oundYcf more worthy lo
the ftiturt. Nerer before have we had each
an excellent atock to eelevt from, harltiK In
created It wonderfully, eepedally In Pine
Goods, and we always make prices low. In
fact this is characteristic with us, and we
have found some trouble with the better class
of trade on account of low prices. We admit
this is a treat Incentive to raise prices, yet
we rely upon the good Judgment of the
masses to sustain us. Remember, we guar
an tee every article sold, and if not as rcpie
tented, or does not jrive you entl e satisfac
tloa, we kindly ask you to return It and we
will cheerfully give you back your money or
anything we bare In exchange. We keep
most everything in the Oroccry and Provis
ion line. Including Grain and Feed, and would
be glad to have your trade We dell vet good
free of charge to any part of the city, and
keep a twohorae wagon for delivering Oro-
ceriei In large lots and for our Grain and
A. D. COOPER.
North Court Square, corner Main nnd Co
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as Japanese Crumb Trays,
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Ser, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and Dust
Brushes, &c. We would like
you to see them. We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at vkuy low khi-
ckes to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Bouts Jfc Brothcr-toii.
a Pattern Art., under ('.rand (icra llouac.
will art then. We lict on Old Zcb aa bring
the brat Flour la town. Wc have Juat rrrcto-
cd a frrah lot of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Com. and give them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inveattnent Agent.
Loaas a, urrly placed at per rent.
34 SO Pattoa Arena. Bceond Boor.
TTwLUt ARTHUR J. WILLS.
aa ration Areolae.
Neat V M C A holM'g.
P (I lluaSO.
( Formerly of Lymaa Child .
Ofllce No. 1 Les:al Block.
atrlctljr a Brokerage BnalncM
Loan, areartly placed at per cent.
J. V. BOUUNEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE IAUIAQE A IPECIALTY.
a . I a I . I- iluullla
A Weil estaminnro ouiinnw in nain,,
centrally located, doing a nrnt class trade
.... . m Tkl. la A Um tmm itmuiplu.
WHO tarn iininu,. a-,---- - -
nlty now .'in-red In thla city. Maat be wild
becau, Ot owner, ill nemm.
Alao, a Hrallaa. new realdenee, centrally
located If taken now caa be had cheap.
we oner a .pwnmu imv. w .,
oak and backeye. .
kinara oalr a fcw oilnutea from Coarl
njJaarao-Two large realdrniw, with ry
eonvenKnce, o rem lumi.nm. .
a.k..llu. Fall of latent ataUatlca. Call for
BlttKLOW A JONKS,
BBAL MTATB AND INVWITMBNTB.
Booa, M.A. Block, M Pattoa Ataaas.
NO. 41 PATTON AVENlTBi
It Is the place to buy your nice China,
Lamp. Ho tine Pur n Innings, (fin. ware. See.
Our stock of this claHs of poods surpasses
any in the state. A visit will convince you
A fa rgr Invoice en route of the handsomest
Christmas goods erer exhibited in Asheville,
which we hope to have open by Iec. I, Come
rnrly anil itct flrat arlrctlnna. An extra In ret
atock of Alter Dinner Coffece, Pudding- Halml.
llerry and Ice Cream Seta All eultniiie lor
preaenta. All mnil order, will receive prompt
and quick attention, Oooda .hipped to any
part of t e United Htatea. Vlalt ua and gnie
upon an almoat cndleaa Ma of China and
THAD W. THRASH & CO., '
CNDliK : (iKANI) : OPERA : Ilor.SB.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Our Mr. Ilwlwood's recent
purchiiriea in New York show
Home excellent values, tlie re
Mult of boHtconhcliHcounts on
goodn already low bnaUHO of
a dull market. Bi'Hides u lot
of Bansonable things to wear,
we have a much larger stock
of Fancy Goods, Toys and
Holiday Goods generally,
than ever before. For a lim
ited period a largo discount
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 ft 9 PATTON AYK.
Clothing, Dry GoodH, Hats,
Shoes, Cariet and
WE AKE DAILY ItKCKIVINII TDK
CMOICKHTCAMKOUMA AMI KOU
KION FRUITS, ' KL0HIIIA Olt-
ANdKH, FKKHII KKIH, i.V.
KlltEWOHKH, I'LAIN A Nil KAN
CY CANDIKH, HILVICIt HOOK AND
HUd.VIl TOYS, rilACKEItH, CHKW-
TO TH K WH0LKSALK THADE AT
KAtTOUY IMtll'EM. CALL KAItLY
AND SELECT YOl'U ST(HK lE-
EOltE THE Itt'HIl 1 1 E I INK.
WILK1E & ATKINS,
111 PATTIIM AVg., AailNVILLK, N. C
hail oaixa. will aacaiva raiiai'r amii
FORMERLY THE IA0LI HOTEL
No. 66 Houth main Htrcct.
Larue rooms, well ventilated, warmed bjr
beaten, and open Arc places l table supplied
with the beat lb market affords. Maua,
(I. BO iter ilaj, ttl.no to SK.OO per week,
tuo.ou to lan uu per month.
MRS. L J. BIIHNBTTE.
Warm romftirlahle rooma, Sonne newly far
al'hrd good labia. Terms reaaoaabM. Ua
atr-tcar..-.. MM. J. L. RMATHBRR.
JalylMaa M Pattoa An.
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BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
TH K AU.IANCB FORMfl.ATKB
SUB-TREASURY BILL RE-ADOPT
ED AS IT NOW STANDS.
Ocai.a, Kin., Dec. 8. In tlie alliance
the financial policy of the order came up
for (liwunion under tbe report of the
committee on legislation. This report
at to the financial policy contained the
following amended demand:
First We demand the hnl'J-i'X.f na
tinnnl bank. Wc demand that the ov
ernment ahnll establish sub-treasuries, or
departments in the several stutea. which
shall loan money direct to the people .it
a low rate of interest, not to exceed 2 tier
cent, per annum, on non-perislinble (arm
uroducta. and a so unon rcalcstote witn
proper limitations uxn the nunntity of
land and amount nt money, w etleniiuin
that the circulatiiie medium be speedily
increased to not less than $50 percapita
"Second We demand that congress
shall pass such laws ns shall effectually
prevent araiina in lutures on an n;ricui
t urn I and mechanical productions.
"Third We demand the free and unlim
ited coinage nf silver.
"Fourth We demand the pnssnce of
laws prohibiting the alien ownership of
"Fifth We demand that our national
lefrislntion shall lie so framed in the future
as not to build nil one industry ut the
expense of another. We further demand
a removal of the existing heavy tariff tax
from the necessaries nf life that the poor
of our land must have. We further de
mand a Just and equitable system of
graduated tnx on incomes."
A spirited debute followed the introduc
tion of this rcKirt. The resolution was
The convention adopted the billowing
resolution amid tremendous applause:
"Kcsolved, Thnt we are opposed to the
Conger bill and that we favor the pass
age of the I'aildnck pure fond bill."
Just beiore tbe noon adjournment a
resolution passed indorsing the sub-
treasury bill and calling on congress to
pass it promptly. Astheliill now stands
it does not include n nrovision for loans
an land, but this npenrs in the formal
drmnnds ns adopted. This is a seeming
contradiction, bulbs explained to mean
that tlie passage ol tbe present suii
trenstry bill would give partial relief, and
later on the land load Icntur would lie
mure easily secured than at present.
Wnrdull, of South Dakota, moved to
reconsider the vote by which the alliance
protested against tlie passage of the elec
tion bill. Hall, ol Missouri, move I to lay
the motion on the table. Agreed to 60
to UX Of the thirty-two there were five
miiii hern republicans. Of the remaining
Iweiity-sevcu nearly all say thnt their
vutimi to reconsider wus prompted bv a
desire to lire the alliance trom the charge
If roo are interested in the wellnre m
Asheviire attend the eititent' ntcetinff ut
the court house at 7:30 to night.
KCEIVKR FOR THREE CM.
The Company Hald to Owe About
9lloa,ooo lo Contractors).
Ionksiioro, Tenn , Dec. 0. McDonald,
Shea & Co. have filed a bill in tlie chan
cery court nt lonesboro, against the
Three C't railroad company. Sam Tate,
jr., has been by judge snmn
appointed receiver, witn iKinn nxen
at t GO.tlOO. They also committed a suit
for $.'i(M),000 ugninst said railroad com
pany in the circuit court here, in which
they seek to set up ami enforce a builders
lien against the road.
There are thirty miles nf track laid in
Tennessee from the North Carolina line
north. It issnid that the company owes
a'xiut $800,00 to contractors and engi
neers. PARNELL CRAXV.
Hl Aaaoclalea Think Him No,
London, Dec. 0. Anent the sensa
tional disclosures recently made
concerning Charles Stewart rnr-
nell, It is now stnted that as long
ngn ns six months since quite a niinilier
ol Mr. Parncirsparliamenturycollengiics
took tne ground that nis actions even at
thnt time could lie accounted for in no
other way than that be was mentally de
ranged. UKOROIA CYCLONE.
several Uvea I.oal and Property
Atlanta, Dec. 0. Yesterday near Mon
roe, Walton county, cyclone cleared a
space several miles long and about 100
yards wide, lack Henderson and wile
were buried benenth the ruins of their
home. Henderson was killed, but his
wife wns nut bndlv hurt. Their buby
was carried .100 vurds and to badly in
jured thnt it died soon after being found.
One While Man Killed and Nine
Nea-roea Noma Wounded.
Himminiiiiam, Ala,, Dec. 0. A bloody
fight between negroes and while men is
reported to have taken place near Little
ton, resulting In the dent h of one white
mnn, and the serious wounding of an
other. Two negroes were rcKrted
wounded and nine killed.
THE TOBACCO REBATE.
The wenale will Probably soon
paa the Honae Hill.
Washington, Dec. 0. The sennte com'
mittee nn finance to-day authorised 8en
a lor Aldrich to report favorably, and en
denvnr to secure s?cdy action upon the
bill passed by the house yesterday pro
vidii.g for the pnyment ol a rebate upon
tobacco in stock.
Rsormosa penalon Oedclency.
Washington, Dec. 0. The secretary of
the treasury has sent to the bouse an es
timate aggregating $34,S0O,0O0 sub
mitted bv the secretary of the Interior to
supply tbe deficiency for tbe payment of
army and navy pensions for tbe current
Everybody Will be Welcome and
All are Vrged to Attend.
There will be another meeting of the
committee having in charge the arrange
ments for the reception and entertain
ment of delegates to the southern inter
state immigration convention at the
court house to-night.
The meeting will not be for the com
mittee alone, but will be open to ull
the citizens of Asheville. Everybody in
terested in the prosierity and welfare
ol tins section ol western rtortn i-nroimn
should give the committee encourage
ment by being present to-night.
The ladies of Asheville are also ear
nestly invited bv the committee to come
nut nnd help in tnis undertaking.
Half past seven o'clock is the Tiour.
AN EDITOR IS IXDICTED.
HE VIOLATKH THE l.OTTKRV
He Does It Knowlnirlv, Too, and
Altera Warning That It Would
Mkmpiiis, Tcnn., Dec. tl. Frank W.
Gregory, manager and editor of the live
ning Democrat, has been indicted by the
federal grand jury for violating the lot
After the last drawing oft he Louisiana
lottery, the Democrat's New Orl .nns cor
resjiondcnt wired that puier the winning
numbers held hv Memphis peo
ple. A proof slip was submitted
to postmaster Patterson, who wired the
attorney general at Washington. His
decision was that its publication would
criminnte the publisher. The Democrat
published not only its experience with
the postoliice department, but also the
objectionable list ; hence the action of the
If yoa are interested in the welfare of
Asheville atteml the citizens' meeting ut
the court house ut ":.'(' to-night.
THE TRACK 1'I.KAR.
A paasenier's Miory, aa Uathered
Ycaterday, of the Wreck.
Passengers from west bound train No.
52, due here at 4:fi2 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, were transferred at the scene
of the wrecked freight train, 111 miles
cast of here, and reached Asheville about
H o'clock last night. The mail, baggagc
nnd express, however, ilid not arrive un
til this morning's train reached here. The
track was cleared this morning mid that
train reached Asheville about 11:1.1
o'clock, liusl hound train 51, due to
leave here at 12.10 o'clock Inst night.
wns held here and went through this
morning about 7 o'clock.
A iHisscngcr wlm wns on west hoimd
irnin No, 52 yesterday afternoon, in con-
Ycraitllfill Willi Jim vinr.n una iii-.irn-
ing, gave an account ol the wreck as
gathered while waiting yesterday. He
snys that the freight train, which was
very heavy, began to run awny hecnusr
ol tlie brakes not holding nnd that a
brake beam brake. 1 Ins caused seven
teen of the cars to be patted from the en
gine, leaving but two or three connected
with it. The rear part then
plunged down a bank, which the
passenger snys must lie ion leet nignana
the engine with the two or three cars
kept on for some distance and the loco
motive was derailed. It turned over, but
did not go down a bank. The cars that
firt left the track, he says, were badly
demolished nnd their contents, consisting
of cotton, cotton seed meal, coal and
wngons, were scattered promiscuously.
Some nf the cotton bales were, according
to his story, hurled two or three hundred
(IROVKR'S I'OI HIN.
Rev. W. H. I.ellh la Here With Hla
Kev. W. II. Lcith, who has been sta
tioned at Franklin nnd who was ap
pointed pastor of the Mcthodiat church
at Salisbury, by the recent conference is
in the city with his family, en route to his
new charge. They nre at the Grand Cen
tral. The Chnrlottcllironiclcspcnkilbus
of Mrs. Lcith:
"Mrs. Lcith. the wife of the new pastor
of the Methodist church nt Salisbury, is
a cousin of ex-President Grover Cleve
land. She is rather to be noted, how
ever, for h.r own mcntnl acquirements
nnd intellectual graces, than for her kin
ship to the cx-presidrnt. She writes ex
ceptionally well, with grace, force nnd
logic arr uivnpiu'ini kimiii m.. ...
her church paper are universally pruised
for their finish nnd style."
Mr. and Mrs. Leith leave to-morrow
for their new home.
The weather In Aaheyllle.
At 7 o'clock this morning the thermoni
etcr nt the signal service station at the
Wiiiyah house recorded a lcmr rat urc ol
ii" above rro,8" Mow freeiing. Ice wns
nlitindiint. The mountninsaroiiml Ashe
ville nrescntcd n beautiful nnncnrnnce,
The trees were covered with frost and
stood out in bold relief when the sun
hone on them. The effect wns very
striking. It seems thnt the cold wave of
the north has struck Asheville, but today
has liecn bright nnd pleasant.
It is stnted thnt Hkhsrd A. Dough
ton, of Alleghany county, has the most
strength lor lheswnkership ol tne house.
Ilia principal opponents lire i.w. mmii
ncr. T. H. Sultou. and K. U. Peebles,
Mersrs. nonunion. '.Mifflin & Co.
tiuhiishcrs. of lioston, have issued a vol
lime entitled - nepreseutniive sonnets oi
American Poets," in which Mr. II. J.
StiH'knrd, ol (irnliain, has been accorded
At Putecas! to-day (Tuesday) t In
state grange met In nnniinl session. The
alliance has drawn away nearly all its
membership, leaving now barely l.noo,
where two years ago there were 12.0110,
The grunge will, however, maintain Its
The state bnnrd of agriculture hn
adopted a resolution urging upon tlie
Iruialnture the need nf a state com
missioner of immigration and asking lor
A Sieviiic nppropnnuon to nicci mc ex
pense Its maintenance.
Josinh Btnncill, ex-postmaster at
Selins, who was arrested one year ago
for e mbexalina the contents ot registered
letters at the Selmn postoffice, has been
convicted in the United Htatea court for
tbe eastern district of North Carolina.
WORK IX CONGRESS TO-DAY
INFORMATION WANTED AH TO
Tne Attorney General Cannot Far
nlah It Mr. Plumb on the .Ureal
Opportunity Coiiitresm Huh Now,
Washington, Dec. 0. In the senate to
day communications were presented from
the nttorney general in response to u res
olution of the senate calling for informal
tinn ns to voting places and as to elec
tion supervisors. The attorney general
states that his department has not the
means of supplying the information
Mr. McPhersnn offered a resolution
which wns agreed to) calling on the sec
retary of the treasury for certified copies
of the accounts of ohn 1. Davenport,
chief, supervisor of elections for the
southern district of New York for the
elections nf 1HH, lKHIi nnd 1HHK to
gether with reports of the corrcspond-
Mr. Plumb introduced n lull to mince
the amount of I'nitcd States bonds to lie
required nf national bunks nnd to replace
their surrendered notes, and to provide
ir the tree couuiue ol silver. Kelcrred to
the committee on finance. He also offered
n amendment ( in the same terms I to the
bill now on the calendar so that the mat
ter can lie brought before the sennte in-
dcendcntly of any report from the
In doinir so he unve notice that if the
elections bill were not tlisxscd of nt nn
early day he should move to lay it aside
for the time being in order that the bill
just introduced by him, nnd all other
measures relating to the financial condi
tion of the committee should be consid
'Something, he said, "ought to lie
one. Congress has on it a responsibility
Inch, in mv ludgmcnt, it can not
void for nnv grent iteriod of time with
out letting go by a very great oppor
tunity lor helping the country lind
one which will notoccurngiiin in a very
great innnv years. If something is not
done within the next two or three weeks
it might us well be post(oncd indefi
DOME IN THE HOl'HEi
Washington, Dec. 0. In the house Mr.
O'Neill, if Pennsylvania, presented peti
tions from the bankers, commission
merchants, and inimrlcrs of Philadel
phia, proving for congress to amend
he tnrin act ny extending me nine irom
ebrunry 1 to lulv 1. 1H91, for the with
drawal nt imiiortcd merchandise in bond
October 1, 1H0O. Kelcrred.
Mr. Morrow, of Cnhfornia, presented
he credentials of Thos. J. (lenry ns rcii-
rcscntiitive-elccl from the first congres
sional district of Cnlilornin, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation ol
I. llehnven. Icnrv appear ut the
bar of the house and took the oath of
If you art interested in the welfare ol
shcx ille ntlcml the citizens' nuvtinj! lit
the court houte at T.:tO to-night.
AFTER THE INDIANS,
The "Htarvlng" Reds Hurnlng
Kaimii City, lcc. 0. A band of Indians
from Little Wound's camp camped about
ten miles enst of the Cheyenne river bc-
ween the mouths ol the I-reach and Hat-
tie creeks. Thcv have been raiding de
serted ranches, killing nnd running oft
the stock, burning hay and grain and
teahng household goods.
Vesterdnv twenty well armed men led
rupidly for the Indian camp. They will
lie joined ny a numner ol rnnciimen nnu
if they nre not intercepted by troops will
attack the Indians.
A specinl from Custer snys thnt not Inr
from Iluffalo I'.ag T. M. Warren, a
ranchmnn, with four of his men attacked
the raiding party of Indians and killed
four. This is not verified.
For Butchera and Hucksters.
The attention of the butchers and huck
sters of Asheville Is called to the necessity
lor Invinu in full nnd ample supplies in
order to meet the demands which will be
made uoon tliem during the session ot
the intrr-stnte immigration convention
which begins on the 17th, and continues
till the UHh. There will lie ninny to iceii
and those men who have the forethought
to make preparation will reap the Unr
The Eniclne In Place.
The engine of the Pcopks' light, hciil
and power company has been put upnnd
the roof of the budding is being com
ileted to-diiy. Secretary I Mekcrson sa s
that the plant will lie ready for a truua
tcrof the iower from Dcmcn's factory lo
the new engine to-morrow nun nun n
better service mnv then be exiicctcd. The
engine just nut in is one of the largest in
Asheville. Its weight is eight tons nnd
its actual horse Miwrr is loo.
Marriage licenses have been Issued to
Joe Clianiliers nnd Vcnin Wluttcmorc, J
C. Gentry nml Mollie Stnrnrs. M. L. Kob-
. M...II Um.hm ,..,.1 tn ! 17 l.i,..
.. hm.I I Inutl'iitluu l.'.l,,r.l I I., ML
ton nnd Lula Ivdwnrda and las. Mavs
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lllltl .IIIIIIV I.IWOT II, WI, IIM,
For All the Ntmbcrs,
All men 1 1 arrs of the Y. M. C. A., nsso
cinte as well us active, arc Invited to ut
tend the monthly meeting nnd social nt
the moms of the association to-night nt
N o'clock. The retreanieiits will Iw turn
islied by the Indies committee.
UTAIKS OF COSSIiuhi.Wli.
Tlii UHl l.Pnrnrllilea Ima lilliilliinntlMlv
niitliorurd McCarthy to prepare mi ad
dress to tne man people.
Piirncll will send n mission to the Dili'
ted Stntes Inr the purpose of placing be
fore the American iicoplr his side of the
controversy thnt has arisen in the mi'
The total amount nf money, put Inl
circulation by the treasury oicriitloiis
Monday is niKitit f !i,;ui,;hhi.
Tl luminal"" IIIVIAHII, l"l inei IT II'PII-
etor of the Cincinnati l'.ti(ulrerdied In
w i.: ..... at.., .. - r.. i.. .
Wnsnlngtun last night, aged 7.
Fsyerwenther, the millionaire lent her
dealer of New York, gives $!I,I00,(HM) to
fliltcrcnt colleges and vuo,ouu to nospi
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CHLORAL AND COCAINE.
Since it does not contain an atom ol
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can betaken by
young nnd old without (ear or serious
results. It it m i 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 bead
ache without respect to ennac leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the cusc of other so-culled "barm-
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
tbe market, wherever known.
lllKKlfiONB FOR t'8B.
The duae for aa adnlt la two teaapooofula
la a wine xlaaa of water. Doac for ehildrea
la proportion, accordlnR to axe. la either
caac tbe doae eaa be repeated eerrjr thirty
mlooca an III a care Is effected. Ooaaoatwlll
alwajra drive away aa attack of Headache,
lakco when Ural folia the prcmoaitory
rmutoma; but a the attack la well oa, aad
aufferlng la intenae, the arroad or third doac
may be required. Uaaalljr a arcatcr aamber
f doaea la required to affect the Aral cure
than la needed for aay sacceedlag time there
after, abowlna; that the medicine Is accumu
lative in lu effects, trading toward an event
ual permanent cure
For sale at
I'Olt.NKIt KAULK IILIH'K.
46 SOl'TH MAIM BTR11KT,
Chrlatiiiaa Preaenta and Bol
Junt oiM'iiod, coiiiii'iHiiii;
novt'lticH, botli uwjful nnd or-
nauipiitnl. SHoial attontioii
m called to our Iju'rh tttock
of fiiibi'oidory, nilkH, zcpliyrs
ant wooIh of ull kindn, fclU
ant inatcrinlK for fancy
work. utcHt dt'HigiiM in
'liina HilkH, new Htock of
Ii'chh trinitniiipt, velvet,
iIuhIich, nilkH, &v. Wo nro
ngi'iit for tlio celehratetl On-
tcmei'i kill rIovoh; iiIho a
completo lino of gpimiiio I-'oh-
UtkIovoh. Our aHHoilincnt
of liandkercliiefH and ii)roiiM
for tlioliolidnyHtiro Iiiiiiioiiho.
OurdiHplnyof winter wraps
for liulii'H, initweH and cliil
Own in the largest intho city.
A complete Htock oi under
wear for ladieH, niiHWrt nnd
children, blanket, comfort,
hold linen. Call onus. Cor
nor Eagle Block, 40 B. Mali