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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 187.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
rpmmm?w m f M ;k II "I .M.U i PJ ."I
A pliu-e planned and devel
oping oh a
Situated ill the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for heulth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of :i,80O feet,
It i being laid out with
juste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. Far
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNVILIE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
aUtavtllc, BUIchcll Co., M. C.
TMC POTUUII snomiM PLACE.
Novel tic. for. the Holidays,
Make a specialty of Wlk.
Wot. Lines nad Cott..e Ma
terial, for Art Bmbroldrry.
Wrap, for Ladles, Miaara and
Chlldrea. Underwear tor In
dira, Miaara, Mca aad Boye.
A faU Hoc of Superior Ur
jo -etossth WlM tJO
LARSEST VARIETY, BEST 600DS
THE LOWEST PRICES.
12 SOUTH WM STREET, UHEVILU, N. C.
W. W, Waar.
CWYII 6 WEST,
jl . 1 to Walter B.Owrs)
JLaana BdrCMirol rtaccd at
: Muter PabtK. . Comaelastosert ofUeada.
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
As eo does Aaheellte Tk great huatllng
Ml. low bet., perfonaed by all genuine
iiuMM-a nea of the .
Ik. property we faa, betoreJke IWna
Hnl Asaia." we nav. . to -k -v-
xrau tar the OM K.lluMe
.KmamCe.,sa4.wt wast yoa to tossr.
JKNKS at JBMKB,
' Mai HTATt AM MUMMCL
HH JklO, McAfee Block,
' a Patina A.. Aeaevllle. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
IN FttESCO. ." .
WE THANK YOU
Por your liberal pstrosagc la the peat, and
are trylajc to snake ourselves more worthy la
the fatal.. Nctot before hare we had lucb
aa excellent atuck to select from, having la
ercaeed It wonderfully, especially In Pine
Gooda, aad we alwaya make price, low. la
fatt taU Is characteristic with ua, aad we
bare found tome trouble with the bcttcrdaaa
of trade oil account of low prices, Wc admit
tale la a gnat incentive to raiat prkea, yet
we rely upon the good Judgment of the
maaara to auatala aa. Remember, we guar-
aatee every article aold, aad If not aa repre-
acnted, or doca aot live you call e satlsfac
tion, we kindly aak you to return It and we
will cheerfully tire you back your money or
anything we have la exchange. Wc keep
'moat everything In the Grocery and Pro via
ble Hae, Including Grain aad Peed, aad woukl
be glad to have your trade We dcllvet gooda
free of charge to any part of the city, and
keep a two-hors wagon for delivering Oro
cerlea la large lota and for our Grain and
A. D. COOPER.
North Court Square, corner Mala and Co
While our stock is largely
:omponed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have nome very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, sucli
as Japanese Crumb Trays.
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Sets, 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 very low fiu-
i'keb to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Bonis At Brothcrton.
S Pattoo At., under Uraad Opera Houee.
will get there. Wc bet oa Old Ceb aa being
the beat Plour la town. Wc have Juat receiv
ed a freak lot of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
17 South Halo Street,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inwcatmcnt Areata).
Loaaa at. urely placed at per cent.
OA ore !
84 g, 36 Pattoa Avenue aecoad floor.
ARTHUR J. WILL.
aa Pattoa Aveaae.
Next V M C A build's;.
P O Bo I SB..
( Formerly of Lyataa Child I,
slalM Man. Lateral Block.
T.O AN BROKER
Strictly a Brokerage BturincfM
Loaaa eecurely placed at a per eeax.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
IXTM PINI lAUtAOC A IrtCIALTY.
FOR SALE t
. aa l.UL.Li tuul.u. Aaa Amluaalll
A wril CWMtIl'fei wwnnrRfi urn '",
centrally locatod, dol ft Art cmmm trade
OCCaUW owner mi t
AIM, a nrat-eiaas new. rcioeKw, vym..j
1 We offer a aplenrfld tract of Umber land, for
sale or as an mveataMat on aharea. Poplar,
houaM only a Isw mlautea from Court
VaTtio-Two large reaMencea, with every
ceavrnKuce, v twh fcUt
Aabevllle. Pall of lateat aUtajtwa. Call for
HAL MTATB AMD IN VBSTM BNTS.
Room McAiM Mock, U Pattoa Avenue.
Chriattnae opening hae been going on
since the first, and will c intlnuc up to the
coming of Santa Clana. We do aot Intend
to tmat la this writing that we eicel any
atorc la the world, but will kindly aak you
to any ua a vielt aad ace the diaplay of Anc
gooda in oar china palace, and then we are
aarc vou will any that any aouthcro city
might feel proud of auch aa enterprise. The
moat exact coanolaeara have pronounced It
to be aupcrb.
Our apcelal branda of china are Havlland
Co.,Uinogca t Carlaliad. We append a
4 to Sa piece., Tea acta f 4.2S to giio.oo
111 to 138 pc Dinner ecte...fl3.00 to tSO.OO
to to 1 3 pc Toilet art. g'J.TS to f 2O.0O
Mouatacbe cupa and aaucera, 2oc to Stf.oO
Large atock flue after dinner coffrea, ft .80 to
lS.OOtdoa la aatia lined caeea (at low
price.) rf derired.
Pine Jap Plate., nicely decorated only 3.00
Pine Jap Cream Pitcher., only ISc each.
Space forbid, ua mentioning many other
bargalna which we will kindly .how you
when you visit us. Our dolls are the cheap
eat in the city. All we aak la a viait.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
UNDER : GRAND : OPERA : HOUSE.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Our Mr. Ited wood's rnnt
mrchases in Now York bIiow
some excellent values, the re
sult of best cash discounts on
goods already low because of
a dull market. Brides a lot
of 89aBonable things to wear,
we have a much larger stock
of Fancy Goods, Toys and
Holiday Goods generally,
than ever before. For u lim
ited period a lurge discount
H. REDWOOD & CO
79 PATTON AVE.
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats,
Shoes, Carets and
WE AUE DAILY ItfcXEIVINU THE
CHOICEST CA LI K0HNIA AND FOIt-
EKIN FltUITS, FLOIUDA OK
ANGEH, K11K8H FKIS, AC.
FIREWORKS, PLAIN AND FAN
CY CANDIES, SILVER HOOK AND
SUGAR TOYS, CRACKERS, CHEW-
1N0(JUMH,&0., WE ARE BELLING
TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE AT
FACTORY PRICES. CALL EARLY
AND SELECT YOUR STOCK HE-
FORE THE RUSH BEGINS.
WILKIE & ATKINS,
12 F4TTOH AYS., ASM KVIIAR,
haii. oBDxts will axcaiva rsoarv
FORMERLY THI EAGLE HOTEL
6 Boatta Mala Street.
Lara room., well ventilated, warmed by
keatsra and ones Art places Utile supplied
with the best the market affords. Ratea,
It.SO per da, SS.00 to SH.OO per week,
1U0.0O to ISO UO per month.
HIES. L. J. BUatNBTTBt
Wares comfortable rooaae,hoaei aewlj fnr
nl.hed i axod table. , m. raaeoasble. Oa
stmt tar Uaa. fg,a,J, t,, MATHBRS),
JalylSdoai Pattoa Ave.
THE JIEVS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
a Man fatally shoots his wife
and then kills himself.
Charlottb, N. C, Dec. 10. Near lien
rictta Milla, Kutherlord county yeatcrdny
Hollowar Walt shot and killed hia wife
dangcroualy wounded her brother, and
then put an end to fait own lire.
About eighteen months ago he married
Mis Eva Havnea, and went went. After
eight or nine months ago he deserted her.
Her rtlntivc twitted her to return home
and be haa not been heard of ilnce.
Yeatcrdny he arrived in Piircat City
and procured a conveyance and drove
out to where hit wile was living. On ar
riving there he called her to the door,
drew bia revolver and shot her, shooting
her twice. After she fell be (hot
and dangerously wounded her brother,
B. R. Haynea, who came to her assist
ance and then mounted his horse and rode
away. A party went in pursuit and
found him about two miles away lying
dead by the road side, with a bullet in
OEM. ORANTS atKMAINf.
Not Likely to be aXeraevecj Pram
Wahhincton. Dec. 10. Inthehouaethe
senate resolution looking to the removal
of Gen. Grant's remains from Riverside
Park. New York to Arlington, was de
feated on a standing vote, S5 to IIS.
The veai and nave were taken ana re
sulted yeas 02, nays 153.
Chief Constructor Wilson will be re
appointed as head of the naval bureau of
construction and repair.
Senator u orntan s speech in tne senate
warning the republicans that they were
sacrificing the business interests of the
country to their partisan seal in preening
the tore bill made a strong impression.
The house military committee has com
pleted the army appropriation bill. It
appropriates $24,fii2,020, bring an in
crease ot ;ia,iDN over tne appropria
tion for the current year. The chief in
crease is in the item of transportation.
The bouse bat passed a number ol uis-
trict of Columbia bills; also, a bill au
thorizing the secretary ol the treasury to
refund so much of the tax collected on to
bacco which shall be in the bands of deal
ers and manufacturers January 1 as was
abolished by tlie recent tantt act.
A FAStMKSt HKNATORt.
That faeetaa) Poaalnle la llllaola
Si'KiNiiHiHLO, III., Dec. 1H. Represent
atives of the fanners' and laborers' or
ganisations of the state, including the
state grange patrons of husbandry, the
farmers' mutual beneficent society, Inrm
ers' alliance and the knights of labor,
held a conference here yesterday and
adopted the followingrcsolution :
"We nave fun confidence mat inouc
members of the legislature elected
through our combined influence, work
and votes who hold the balance of
power will stand firmly by us and make
an united effort for grand success by
electing a practical farmer for our United
States senator lor tnis grent statc.
giOM AN CATHOLIC ELKCTP.D.
Reran orRoatoa City Klectloa
A oeiuoeratle Rtajortlv.
Boston, Dec. 10. The result of the
city election here yesterday makes the
standing of the board of aldermen eight
democrats to four of the opposition.
ohn P. Hilton had all the nominations
except the democratic. J. S. Murphy had
only the democratic nomination.nut was
one of the three Roman Catholics pushed
lor election by Martin Brimmer, Rev.
PhiliDS Brooks ana other prominent peo
ple, and also endorsed by the public
scnool union, nc was mucriy uppuacu
by the snti-Cstbolic tactions.
II la aa Deatdly a Polaoa aa a Wer
Paris, Iec. 10. An analysis ol Koch's
lymph for the cure of consumption has
been made in this city. It reveals the fact
that the rciccdv is composed of ptonv
sines of tubercular bacilli, which is a
poison as virulent as the venom of a ser
pent, cynaure of gold and glycerine. The
glycerincc preserves the ptomaines and
the gold gives the liquid its brownish
Katlna Dtaeaaed Potatoes to Keep
Dt nLiN, Dec. 10. The priests on Ach-
ille Island have appealed to Balfour to
aid four hundred families who have been
reduced to distress by failure of the po
tato crop there. Owing to the lack of
proper food they are compelled to eat dis
eased potatoes to Keep from starving.
Jefferson Davis' Haaaloa.
Richmond, Dec.. 10. Tbe board of al
dermen last night by a two-thirds vote
decided to give the Confederate Memorial
Literary society the ate ol leflerson Davit'
manainn for a museum for war relics.
This was the executive mantion ol the
The World's Pair.
Chicago, Dec. 10. Mayor Cregtcr has
signed the ordinance giving $8,000,000
to the World's Columbian exposition,
snd it will to-morrow bt placed in the
hands of President Harrison who can
then issue hit proclamstion to tne world.
Oil Worsts Dootroyetl.
Ban Francisco, Dec. 10,-Thit morn
ing fire destroyed the linseed oil works
of Kittle & Co. Loss probably $200,
000 ; Insurance about $100,000.
Reldavllle la Lsaek.
Washington, Dec. 10. Tbe bouse bss
passed a bill appropriating $2R,000 for
public building at Keidsville, N. C.
RICHMOND AND DNVII.I.K.
Official Reports) of That Conspa-
Kichmiinii, Va Dec. 10. A meeting of
the stockholders of the Richmond and
West Point Terminal and Warehouse
company was held here to-day. The re
port of President John II. Inman showed
the position ofthecompany to be stronger
than at any previous period of its his
tory; that, it is entirely free from all
floating indebtedness and has a cash
surplus in bunk of $r26,72, besides
monies loaned on deniund amounting to
$343,009. There are free and unnlrdired
securities in the treasury of a market
value ol S3,n(itMMHJ. The gross earning
of all the terminal properties during the
year snow an increase over tne imceaing
year of $9,674,112.
MiDscquent to the meeting ot the ter
minal compnny a stockholders' meeting
ol'thc Richmond and Danville railroal
compuny was held. The report of the
resident called attention to the fnct of a
large increase in the gross earnings and
net earnings, the increase in the former
being over one and a half millions, anil
in the latter over $400,000.
They Want Home Thirties That wv
Madison, Wis., Dec. 10. The state
grange patrons of Husbandry began its
annual session yesterday. Grand Mas
ter Carr in his address advocated the
election of United States senators by the
people; prohibiting stock gambling; the
passage of the Conger lard and the Pad
dock pure food hills, and government
control of the telegraph andexpress com
panies. He concluded :
A combination or trust has been
formed by the manufacturers of binding
twine to raise the price of that article
beyond the reach of poor men to
purchase for 1H01. Could our legislature
do a wiser thing than to pattern after
Minnesota and cstablisn a twine plant
in our state prison ? The state would bt
no loser as it would be getting tne same
for its convict labor as it does now."
aid lo be fail ol RltJlci
The MortimerComedy company, which
will produce the musical farce "Lark
ing at the opera bouse on to-morrow
night, is highly spoken ol by the press ol
the southern cities. "Larking" is a three-
act musical farce filled with bright and wit
ty dialogue, funny situations, laughable
climaxes, new and catchy music, latest
songs and dances. The plot binges on
an old Irish contractor's desire for flirt
ing with every pretty girl he meets. He
is aided and abetted in this by two ad
miring friends. The wives of these gen
tlemen knowing their faults are con
stantly striving to make them do better.
The husbands in their endeavors to es
cape the jealous e'cs of them, manage to
pincc inrmst-ivcs in many riuicuiuus lun
ations. RIOT RKPORTKO.
Colllalnn Between Alabama Hitl
ers and Negroes,
Bikminrham, Dec. 10. Sheriff Smith
with a posse of fifty armed men left here
last night for the Blue creek coal mines,
twenty-five miles away, to nuell a riot
which was reported to lie id progress
there. As yet no particulars of the
trouble are attainable beyond the fact
that a collision between strikers and the
negro miners who have taken their
places is threatened.
The shcntl received a message aaking
him to come at once with a strong force.
A thousand men are employed at these
mines and their places are being rapidly
filled by negro miners since tne strike be
HIOH TONED NIHILIMT.
Rnaalau Police Hake An Impor
St. Pktkrsiiiirii, Dec. 10. A woman
who is now on trial here for con
nection with nihilist conspiracies
a niece of Privy Counccllor
lllintky, director of the holy synod,
Her nnme is Olga Ivnnowsky. The
nnlice found in her room a list con'
tnininn the names and residences of many
nihilists who have long been sought for
by the authorities. The discovery of the
list will undoubtedly lead to a scries ol
arrests. Several hiith ecclesiastical offi
cinls are involved and startling develop
ments are expected.
A Negro Haaged For Trying
Bars a sMoro.
Ai.ta Alpkna. Miss., Dec. 10. There
was another lynching at Rocbuch, Miss.
to-day ss a sequel to the Aron
murder. One named Motet Lemon,
colored, became very indignant
at the lynching of Dennis Martin for the
killing ot Uus Aran, ana it was lenrnen
he was circulating among tbe negroes
trying to get op s mob and go to Aron's
store, murder the clerkt and fire the build
ing. The people of tbe neighborhood
formed themselves into an organisation
and swung Lemon to a tree.
The Ohoel Danemra Being Gather
ed la at Last,
Mason ClTV, la., Dec. lO.-Seventcen
Sioux ghost dancers, including one chief,
passed through this city yesterday on
their way to Port Snelling, Minnesota,
in chnrire of a detachment of United
Htntes trooos. i ncv nna oeen capiumi
Inst Priilay while on their way from the
Pine Ridge agency to that of Lower
Votlna for faenalor.
Com'hma, 8.C., Dec. 10. The bnllut
in the two houses yesterday for a success
or to Senator Wads Hampton resulted:
Irhv 75. Donaldson 48. Hampton 45
Another ballot will be taken to-dav. Irhv
is Tillman's lieutenant, Donaldson is the
alliance candidate, and Hampton stands
upon the platform that he will advocate
any plan that is beneficial to the farmers.
. A Crash la Crockery.
San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 10. Enst
Innil PnurW At Ca.. wholesale crockery
and glassware dealer have failed. Lia
bilrtics, $ltt2,000 assets, $53,000.
PARNELL SEIZES A PAPER.
"I'NITKD IRELAND'S)" EDITOR
He Favored the Retirement or
Parnell and an Paraell Owned
Part offtbe' Paper He Haa amp-
Duiilin, Dec. 10. The newspuper Uni
ted Ireland has got into trouble through
its persistent advocacy ol the retirement
Mr. Parnell is one of the directors of
the company owning the paper, and act
ing in that capacity to-day he seised the
plant of the paper, stopped the issue of
the current edition and ejected the acting
editor, Mr. Bodkin.
Barrister Kelly, Henry Campbell, Par-
nell's private secretary, and Mnhony, a
member of parliament were present when
the seisure was made. Parncll's agent
has taken possession of the officers ol the
When Bodkin entered the office to-day
be found Parnell in possession. Parnell
in the presence of theother directors rend
the articles of association under which
the company was organised and then
ordered the sheriff to eject Bod
kin. The latter made ineffectual
resistance, and a desperate row occurred
in the down stairs office between the
sheriffs officers snd the sub-editors.
Sticks and stones were used aa weapons
and the air was filled with flying missils.
Finally after shorn and tierce struggle
the sub-editors were put out of the building-
The news of the seizure of toe paper
created great excitement in Dublin and
a crowd surrounded tne omcc. ramcu
Inter addressed the staff, the members of
which promised to serve him during the
remainder of the crisis.
Parnell to-day received a telegram stat
ing that the workmen oi tviuarney
would support him.
Bkleast, Dec. 10. The Belfast News
which has hitherto supported Parnell
nw urges him to retire.
uold Por the I'nlted atalea.
Nkw York, Dec. 10. Over $3,000 000
in gold will start Irom Europe tnis ween
for New York.
It ia .Luted on Wall street that owing
to extreme ease of money in London tbe
Rnnlc of IWInnd ia wilbnar to lose from
$5,000,000 to $10,000,000 of gold in
settlement of her trade balance. Conse
quently little fear it entertained thnt the
bank's discount rate will he advanced in
consequence of tbest shipments.
The batteries which operate the fire
alarm system were moved from tbe tele
phone exchange this morning and put up
in the mayor't office. J. P. Auttin it to
have charge of them.
After the change oi tne iioticnca wit
made the system was tested with a lull
alarm from box 482, corner of Patton
avenue and Main street. A numlier ol
the mcmliert of tlie volunteer lire dqiart
mcnt responded to the strokesof the bell,
thinking it to be an alarm of fire.
Death of Mrs. Hlmpoon.
Mrs. P. G. Simpson, wife of the night
clerk at the Swannnnoa hotel, came to
Asheville several months ago with con
iimntion. but not until that dread dis
ease had marked her for its victim. After
months of oatient suffering tbe passed
sway this morning. The remains were
taken to her former borne, Middlctown,
0., by ber husband, this afternoon.
What Sarah Paid lo Mary.
Prom the New York Sua.
It wat on a Madison avenue car at 6
o'clock. Among thoae who had seats
were eight men. Among those standing
up were two shop girls. After waiting
lor a rensonnble time for some one to
offer them seats one or the gins saia :
"Mary it s too bad, isn't it f
"What, Snroh ?" asked the other.
"That they are all bow-legged."
"These eiirht aentlemcn. I have pat
ronixed this line for five years and 1 never
.no, imw.Lrffeed mnn ffive himself away
by standing up in a car. It wouiun t nc
reasonable to expect it."
"Of course not.
In iust five seconds eight men were on
tkmr ftvt. Iiowins and smilina and ask
ing 8nrnh and Mnry if they wouldn't he
so everlastingly kind and obliging as to
take seats take half the car, in fnct, and
they took it.
"Come out and take a walk." "No,
the sky is gray, and gray is not becom
AITAIKS OF CONS1WU12NCU.
At Saratoga Monday night the mercury
fell to 14" below sero.
An effort is bring made to raise buffa
Iocs on the Tranquillity farms, in Sussex
countv. Ilclvidere. N. J. In the same state
the Hunterdon county farmers have de
cided to attempt thecultivationof tobac
co next year.
Mr. Ceorae W. Delamnter. who was
the republican candidate for governor of
I'ennsyivania, wnoac irani,., ntrnuvurc,
I'a., lolled on many last, rnisra
000 in Philadelphia on paper which was
The Hon. In met Russell Lowell hat
been ordered by hit physician to give up
hit intended lecture Deiore tne univerany
of Penntylvania on "Tlie Old lingliih
Dramatists." Mr. uoweu i" unuoic to
bear any heavy strain of work.
The organisation of the Knightt of Re
ciprocity hat commenced in Central Kan
ana, and ia meeting with great favor.
The central Idea It tree trade on tne
American continent, and the order has a
secret ritual and initiatory. No money
or partisan questions are allowed to
enter, and farmers are joining by the
The leading lumber mills of southwest
ern Georgia and south Georgia, in order
to free themselves from the middlemen,
have combined and made arrangemenet
with the Oglethorpe lumber company,
with offices st Philadelphia and Cordele,
0a., to handle their entire product at cer
tain stipulated prices per thousand feet,
submitting the original contracts to
- mills and dividing the orders up pro rata
according to tot capacity of mills.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RBOI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY IAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cares Every Variety .of Headache
AND NOTHING BUB.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa-
tion of being tbe finest, most effective
and reliable article it, (be market for tbe
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hbadachb. Tbe
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of tuch
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE.
Since it does not contain an atom of
either oi these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is n a Cathartic, dues not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable aa a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying afUr-cficcts,
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.
DIRBCiiONB POR U8B.
The doae for aa adalt la two Uaapoonfula
la a wise glaaa of water. Doae for childrea
proportion, according to age. Ia eitncr
case the doae can be repeated every uirtj
mlnnca antil a enre to effected. On. doae will
alware drive sway aa attack of Headache.
If taken when rat fectiag the premonitory
ertantoma; but a the attack ta wcU on, and
unertng la intenae, the atcond or third dose
may be required. Usnally a greater number
of dom la required to effect the nrat cure
than la needed for any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine la accumu
lative la Ita .flecta, tending toward aa event
ual permanent cur.
Par aalc at
CORNER EAGLE It LOCK.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Christmas Present and Hoi-
Ju8t oiHjnod, coinpriHing
novelties, both useful and or
namental. Special attention
is called to our largo utock
of embroidery, silks, zephyrs
and wools of all kinds, felts
and materials for fancy
work. Latest designs in
China silks, new stock of
dress trimmings, velvets,
plushes, silks, &c. Wo arc
agent for the celebrated Cen
temeri kid gloves; also n
complete line of gcnuino Fos
ter gloves. Our assortment
of handkerchiefs and aprons
'or the holidays are immense.
Our display of winter wra ps
for ladies, misses ami chil
dren is the largest in the city.
A complete Btock of under
wear for ladies, misses and
children. Blankets, comforts,
shawls, curtain goods, house
hold linen. Call on us. Cor
ner Eagle Block, 46 S. Mail
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