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THE DAILY CITI2EH
For Rent, and Lost Notices,
Delivered to Visitors la say part
linn or ten, tfn Cents for first
rrtlon, SOV. for S, 70c. for
wo week, or Inn.,,
VOLUME V. NO. 301.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 29. 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, It C.
We do not sell Cheap
DltUUS, but WILL HELL YOl
ultras cheap, ana it yon
a on t believe what we snv
give us a trial and be con
vinced. Our prescription de-
POWELL & SNIDER
FINEGROCERIES In all Lines
nnrtment is excelled bv none,
in orminnurl uir.li rim houl
In all Lines iroods that money enn buv
trom L. Merck, u. K.bquihb.
Parke, Dnvis & Co., Jno.
u vein itro., ana irom other
ists in this country and Eu
rope, whose iroods for puritv
cunnoi ue questioned. iTe
scriptions filled at all hours.
any or nitriit. nnu ueiivemi
free of charge to any part ol
the city. Our stock of Drugs.
I'atent MedicnifH nnd Drntr.
At the BIG RACKET cists' Sundries is complete,
ana at prices that dety coin
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
BUN MARC HE,
30 South I
The BIG RACKET
petition. Don't forget the
place. No. 20 S. Main street.
where you will at all times be
served by competent pie-scriptionists.
P D, C B and Thompson's
large variety, all grades,
rvn w vurisiu vwmwja,
New dctigM, rerj pretty.
S. R. KEPLER,
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY!
IN CITY LOTS.
we nave been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring Btoek during the
past two weeks. Two floors
nnntrarl ttifi rrrrA u lnkctA
I a ui rju luiiiirjijt-iiitum
appm-intive AHheville and
4 . 1 . . . 1 .
..i.. .iiiimciiii HiiiiiiieM. j-aiares
. ro uiuj t))HteH of r,,,OI),e wh b
ana we invite everybody to neve in good uvingcnnnot b
jrooas. mean goods aiu
learn our prices. We have nst quality are not syiiony
never advertised an article
that we did not have, and
not as represented. Come to
Bjr ortter of tht ownrr t pat on ..iron three
yeunr nine, oaijr a .man amount 01 caea
60 Lot on Catholic Hill,
iJenrild Rio'inl.ln .lew, onlj 0 aalautee
arum tbe rourt bouk, at Irom
l In at i an -i.h.
AeeorrflnK to .lie anil location. Worth dnublr tllB '"Dig Itilfkrt.''
...IK ..IT III 'II. J . ft.l,lU.IIVV
mane to Improve the lot..
FOR HALH-2. 3 and 4 room nouaea. well
batlt, with hreplacea.on aame hlll,uimiert.r
at riauree and term, to suit the jureliaer.
Spa-mild nfipori unity for people or moderate
mean, to Mcure or to build a comfortable
FOR BALB OR TO HUNT 3 larae teoe
meat boum, 12 and H roomarrapei'tivelv.on
Bugle (Ireet. Well adapted for cheap hotel
or hoarding- honor..
Moat liberal urm. (ranted. Plan, and full
partlcalnra with J. M. C AMHUKI.l.,
JanB dSm Krai Katate Dealer.
mous. l nave in stock aiu
to arrive, all seasonable kiic-
ciaities, comprising m par
Pt'llitM Ol'lltlllV'U 1.U1IW1TIU
never offered anything as a Cranberries. Kaisins. Tiirs
MiHcellnneoiiH ClioicoO K
and truly asrepi-esented.and New Orleans Molasses, for tn
iipa nlu-nt-a wiirtv tr. ,.of,,rl !! I'Hiiie New Orleans
.... j " r. ,iDU,.u f.. l.V.
bargain that was notwally
money where our goods are tra tine Assortment of Crack
ern. 1- ine 1 eas una ( oftees a
.Mince Mrntf Gortlon Si Pilwortli
I mid other branda. I'lum Fiirltlinc. CultV
Ktmt Jelly, rtc. Hrraacd nntl Crvntnli.irl
iiiinpcr. annii kic in Kit. Knt Mrrnnue
I nun nil other (joods in ilcmnntl tor the
nunciayi. S. K. KKI'LKK
WaLTaa B. Owvn,
W. w. Waar.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aarat for Ream. Creek Woolen Mill.
North Mala AihcTllla, N. C.
We Keep The Best.
60 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Kansas City Meats.
MUTTON, B KF8T BACON,
SAUSAGES, DRY SALT MEATS,
PIO'IFEET, TRIPE, PIO TONGUES,
FIttE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
GWYN & WEST,
iBuroraaora to Walter B.Owynl
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Pnhllc. Cnnimlaaloner of l)eed.
OFFICK-ttonttieaat Coort IXiuare.
awn. -B.i.-a ua..,
Real Instate Brokers.
And 1 Investment 1 AientB.
Udlcea: 34 a 26 Patton At. Hecond floor.
I Formerly at Lrmaa Child I,
Strictly Brokerace DnalneaB
It. Q. Taylor's celebrated
Stiff Hats, "Second to None"
for style und quality. Spring
shapeH and colors just in.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Out'iing. Rents' PumUliinKi, llnu flml
We have in stock a hirge
and complete line of House
Furnishing Dry Goods.
RUGS, DRUGGETS AND ART SQUARES
a specialty also. Sheetings
(all widths), 'lowels, ISap
kins, Table Linens, Curtains,
Curtain Mntcrials, Uphols
tery stun. I'articninr atten
tion is given to the higher
qualities of the above stuffs
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Dry Goodi, Fnncjr Gondi, Notions,
7 and 0 ration Ave.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Baak of AahtrUlt,
AIHBVILLB, N. C.
Raprearat tht foMowlog eompaalea, Tla. I
rraa. ean tun m v. a.
Aaalo Nerada, of Catlrornla. 3.n7.aan
carelT pl.red at oer cent. A II fl T OTAHI"
FARIN1IOLT. 0 llUt 0 I U K Li
Contlnmtal. of New Yord...
flamharaBremn, of Germany
Loadan Aaanranc. of Bngland
Niagara, of New York
Orient, of Hartford
Phoenix, of Brooklyn
M. Paul PIrt and Marine, of Mia-
no them, of New Orltaa. Su.flH
Weatern, ol Toronto 1,0X0,832
Mutual aceioenv aaaociaiioa
jttna I.lli Inauranoa Compaajr.
Loan, aecarely pl.red at A oer cent
REAL ESTATE BROKER
And Notary Public. II
Room No. ii, McLoud Build's
Herring & Weaver,
W. 0. WOLFE.
Orar 100 NU of tbe moat baautlfal
BUYS AND PELLS REAL ESTATE
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO RENT
ING AND COLLECTING.
LOANS SECURELY PLACED ON
REFERS TO ALL THE BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
Monumcnta and Tombstone I tlantic coast linb
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
)et recelTed, from tht cbeapeat Tom bat one
to haaiiaomt Monument.. I hart mad. a
treat reduction la prlcea, and It will pay you
to aome and look at my itock, whether you
hay or not. Waraeooua WOJe BnUdiac,
On and after thla date the mllnwlna ariiM,.
alea will he run OTerlta"ColumblaIlvlalnn."
No, 08 Iaee. Columbia A, 20 p. m.
Arrive, at Chnrlratoa 9.80 p.m.
nUi Uie "ueTew V nrieptfin" T.IO a. m
Arnree at Columbia 11. BB a. m.
Connectlna with train, to and from all
point, on the Charlotte, Columbia Ar An
.ruata and Columbia a Oreentllle Railroad..
T. M. BMBRUON. Ota. Paas. Act.
I. P. DBVIMR, Oaa. not.
Asbeville, N. C.
REBELLION f.OHINO ITS H KIN.
The house committee on Invnlid pea
siont on the 25th authorized a favorable
report on the bill providinrr a service
lnlon for the soldiers of the rebellion
and their widows. The bill authorizes
the secretary of the interior to place on
the pension roll the name of any officer
or enlisted man of sixty-two years or
ver, or who shall hereafter reach that
We confess to great surprise aa well nr
gratification at this movement. Whrthet
erfccted or not, it indicates not only an
amelioration of sentiment, but a modifi
cation of judgment. It is the recngnj.
lion of tbe principles upon which tht
cause of the South was founded, and re
lieves those who supported it from tin
mint ol treason and rebellion. Whei
i be victorious side, after long ycnr
of angry vituperation and harsh d-
uncuon, proposes at length to initkt
ipproxinialely equal the condition-.
.nose ol the opposite Imvcs i,a ii.uua,
m hostilities, then it voluntarily am
onerously effaces the lines be twee
liatriot and rebel and traitor, an
nes proper value and diirnitv to tin
motives ol those who rauutti thcmsclv
in the ranks of hostile opposition. Doin(
fjiuinKiuiia airiue is taaen in in
lirtttion ol the conclusion posterity
ure to reach. Comini; jutlement wil
pronounce tne action ol the South
unve oecn instiuateo neiiner by persona
inioitnin, nor by sectional hostility, noi
ly wna uppirauon niter separate nation
iiity, nut uv inttntui regard to the obi:
;uuiii. ui tne rignis gunranteea ny
onstitutlun Irumed for the nrotertun
if all, and the re-avowal of those uri
1 1 ilt-s the establishment of which culli
lie constitution into existence. Tli
a use of one side was as noble and pu
notic us the other. Stigma should at tad
o one no more than to the other. Th.
preservation of the constitution in its in
CL-rity was the aim ol both. Tbe f.iilut
I tne lonteilcrucy. noart from the inn.
ne it eiiiiiiieo at tne time, tne inmentn
le lossol hie and the unlehoread devastn
ioiioi an industrial interests is not to b
regretted if the result were to beincreuFe
i-everence fur the constitution and th
more complete strengthening of thet'n
on. ne ore sure correct and genera
touthern sentiment has no lament
hough rightly nud naturally it mourm
i ne outer losses ana tuicnhces ot the con
diet, fur the restored unity of tbe sovtr
-ign states of the American common,
ivralth. Under the prevalence of sml
sentiment the South hels that justice t
us present loyally as well as justice ti
the punty of the motives which an
mated it ill the conflict calls for tin
itt.iceimnt of the htineliiins which stil
iltlijjht to distinguish the men of one na
tion us patriots, und to brand tin ot lit
is traitors and reiiels.
The nrincinles which tuitle the renon
to which we refer will go far to ellini
tiiose uisiinctlous a nil brine about
closer bond ol harmony. At the sunn
tune tne movement is unexpected to u:
md we expect nothinir to come of it
For all that, wc appreciate the L'cnerob
ny oi tnose wno proixisc it.
NEWS FROM LOUISVILLE. north Carolina .moth.
REPORTS FROM THE DEATH
Front loo to joo Killed and as,.
000,000 Worth of Property De
Hiroyea-An Eye Wltneaa' atorv
43 Bodies Recovered.
Two Rnleich bicyclists will aurn wheel
it to Boston
A Mormon settlement ia thrivino at
ii.. I - r:i . . n
fcH iuvi ui rnui niouniitin,
There are 2.062 sub. and OS count v
ainiincra in norm Carolina.
In th. h.te.t ,t. nt .k i . .. "Rionrani are credited with
.jMiim n amino Inrlv.nm. 1, rHt nt .Unt
r.n..;iuu i.- i, :ii..j . : I J
...v .... ..vu on mnumir call- Tu Pl..u... i t -
mnterl nt from inn 90n . V "r""" urunen oi me . w. t..
- ' -- - w wvv.. j. Mu. hwn -IIH n, r, I . . v .1,UM -
The damage to property will amount ... . . f
- " , ni'ierv innv nt unnnwvi u . .. n , .......
I . ' . w. .UVWl.B. Mil, UI.U U pUIU'
tin ni.u()Kii, kiii uui irum inc Cliy l iiiuinu.
was short and gave no particulars,
"Shortly after 9 o'clock a tornado
remaps our press does err someumcf
n the fulsome praise of local orators
With many flowery language ami grace
fill elocution puss for eloquence; and par-
tial and injudicious friends laud to tin
skii s sieukers whose chief merit is flora
fluency and animated and graceful ac
tion. Nevertheless, we prefer, with tin
News Observer, to bestow praise rathe
than withhold it. The tendency ot mod.
ern habits is to the decay of oratory. I
is less the instrument of influence than i
once was before the newspaper supplier
the field of directing public thought. Bui
when the orator does appear he will al
ways be heard and will control. His is
n divine gift, like that of the poet, rare
phenomenal and fascinating, and li kt
the comet, the infiratient visitor to tin
skies above us, will always cominanii
wonder and admiration.
The News-Observer has named some o
those whose names are imperishable
(jeorue Davis, Allred Wntlt ell. Moore
Brain:, Smith, Badger, f'rutlen mid oth
ers, but omitting two ol the most bril
liant of them nil Henry V. Miller ami
Duncan K. MeK e. The latter wns tin
oorn orator, lisping in clotim-iice. ny
Watts lisped in rhyme, ulwavs a rrnd
siieaker, developing in manhood into
lie eloquent orator. uniiL'iimtivc. im.
passioned, animated, gracelul. and ns hi
grew in years, cultivated and learned
iwiiik to circumstances. North Cnro ina
was deprived of the most brilliant nniro
of his fame. He left the Stale when hi
hail just mnde his nnme and fame, and
returned to it in the decay of health, but
in the maturity of his powers, vet with
somewhat limited oimortunitv to em.
ploy them. Yet to our mind he stands
the ideal of the true. Imrn. orator. Mich
a one as rarely Illuminates our intcllrc
The ratification of the new extradition
treaty between the L'uited States nud
Great' Britain, embracing Canada in it
provisions, terminates the greatest inter-
national scandal of the age. Pur the
gates of the Dominion stood wide open
to welcome s) class of refugees who may
be said to have bought welcome by the
stolen money that condoned thcirr.fl"nce,
and made their presence desirable, if not
honorable. All bank thieves, all em
bezzling officers, a II dela lilting treasurers,
all betrayers of fiduciary trusts, prepared
and executed their dishonest purposes
dclilierately, assured th-t a few hours
wilt night by railroad would cive them
safety und protection. Alone side of us
lav the great Alsatiu into which the thief
ot high and low degree found safe and
free, if not respected enjoyment of his
plunder, defying his victims, und com
placently enjoy ing t heir impotent chagrin,
nntl toasting his heels by the hospitable
Canadian firesides. This is nil ended, in
s relation to the future. The thieves
already across the border have only the
stings of cons ience, or yearnings after
their old homes to ilistnrbthem. Canada
has been to the United States what Texas
was n long time ago. ''Gone to Texns"
wns the conclusive answer to Inanities
after the murderer, the defaulter, the em
bezzler. Texus passed through its dis
graceful stage of moral probation to
emerge pure and honorable, Canuda has
had tne same experience, and passing
through it with tearfully bad influence on
her neighbor; for the nssurnnce of a
refuse so safe and auicklv accessible had
stimulated prodigiou-lv the thievish pro-
pcn.uira vi in use in ine united olutet
who bad opportunity to practice tbem.
swept over this city," it said, "wrecking
two or three hundred houses, and killing
two hundred people. The wind came
from the southwest. The union depot,
it the foot of Seventh street, was lifted
rom its loundution and turned over into
he raging torrent of the Ohio River. A
rain of cars making up for the Louis
nlle Southern road went over with the
uilding. Falls City hall, on West Mar
set street, was wrecked.
"In the hull were over a hundred peo
ple, and but few of them escaped alive,
"Many buildings after falling, caught
'ire and the inmates were burned. All
the streets are blockaded with debris ot
'alien buildings or telegraph and electric
Even yet it is almost impossible to get
lews direct and nearly all the news is
.vim from adjoining cities.
A special from Washington states that
he loss of life will not fall below 800
All telegraphic communication with thr
,-ity was shut oB shortly after 9 o'clock
ind wns not resumed for hours and all
if the first dispatches were carried out
if the city and sent by railroad wire.
An eye witness of tbe storm tells the
"I only saw the course of it from Four
ecnth and Walnut to Eleventh and Mar-
tet streets. From tbislatter point it fol
owed its course to Seventh and River,
vhere it left the city, and, striking across
he river, reached Jeffersonville at the
bot of Sp'ing street. Little damage was
lone in Jeffersonville.
However, in Louisvile the devastation
s terrific, and the loss of lifrwillcertainlv
each in the hundreds, if not thousands.
n one building, at Twelfth and Market,
wo lodges and a dancing school were in
csion, there being in the building per-
mps one buntlrcd people, not one ot
.vhom is thought escaped. I stood and
.vatcbed them working in the ruins, and
aw six or eight bodies taken out in fif-
"There is scarcely anything left that
.vould indicate this heap of rubbish had
ver been a building, mid if anybody es-
7ied, it was by nothing less than a mir-
Another report from Louisville says:
"Outside of clearly defined limits, the
itizens knew only of heavy rain, accom
panied by high wind. Soon came nn
Inrni of fire from tbe different stations.
nd the presence of a calamity began to
lawn on the people. Houses, halls ol
museinent, railroad stations, all went
lown before tbe mighty powers of thr
lir. The storm soon passed on, clouds
nattered and the moon cast its light
ivcr a sorely stricken city. Relief parties
ere soon organize 1, und the whole force
f the fire department was at work.
"It is Impossible that so wide a sweep
f territory coveted with ruined homes.
ith wrecks of halls and buildings of
very character, does not contain many
lend, hnough is known to show that
Louisville has been visited by a most ap
palling calamity. Tbe wrecked portion
f the city lies between Eighteenth
Broadway, Seventh and Muin streets.
fhe destroying elements passed diagon
ally across the section, which is probably
mile square. At least 200 houses are
ruins. It is feared that at least 200
lives are lost.
"Probably the greatest loss of life ce
ll r red at Falls City hall which whs in
he center of the tornado. In the lower
rooms of the hull were fifty or seventy-
ve children with their mothers and rela
tives, taking dancing lessons.
There were at least 12S persons on
the tower floors and seventy-five more
attending a large meeting on the upper
loor, when the terrible windswept down
upon the building. The entire structure,
in less than five minutes, was a shapeless
mnss of brick and mortur, burying 200
helpless victims, ot which number few es
"Conservative estimates give the loss
f life at this place nt 100, while reports
indicate a number near 200,
"At 3 n. m thirty-five bodies had been
taken from this ruin and fifteen wounded
and dying. Only those on the third floor
had been reached. Thr room containing
the dancing school and visitors had not
yet been opened,
"Thirty-five, mostly women and chil
dren, hare been taken Irom the ruins of
the hall. It is impossible to get names.
"Henry Mason, a member of the legis
lature from Hancock county, wns in Vir
gil Wright's cigar store lighting a cigar
hen the building fell, killing him.
"Already forty-three bodies have been
token from the ruins of houses."
The city asks no aid from outside and
special meeting of the board of trade
wns called and committees appointed to
visit the wrecked district and ascertain
the damage done and the relief needed.
At Gallatin, Tenn., four fatalities arc
reported and many sni I to be injured.
There wns great destruction at Olnev,
HI., but as yet no deaths have been an
Little Prairie, a small settlement Ave
miles south of Nashville, III., is com
The Evening Capital is the name of
new paper which will soon be started
The Leaksville Gazette reoorts the to
tal nestructiou ot tne peach crop ot that
Lrxincton beaux and bellea meet at
roller skating rink. One is running in
Hon. F. M. Simmons, of New Berne
is brin? btvjrred for congress for the sec
It is estimated that there are 2.500 nn
pus in aiieniinnce uoon the varum
schools of Knlrigh.
Julius Abrrnethr. a merchant of Ba
kersville, has assumed. Liabilities. $12.
uuu to io,uuu.
Madison will hare a rotton fnrtnrv
if Frank Fries, of Salem, carries out hi
threat and erects it.
Georee E Pell, late of the State Chroni
cle, is now connected with tlie staff oi
the l win Lity Daily.
A Stock comDHnv has been orpnnizprl
mr tne purpose ot erecting a one SOU.
uuu notei in aaiistiury.
A little son of Mr. D. M. Henderson
near Hamlet, fooled with a sun which
weni on ana Killed mm.
Carthage. N. C. boasts but 800 sonla
but in the past six weeks twenty-five bn.
uirs uavc occn oorn mere.
Alamance county has fifteen rotten
mills, consuming, in round numbers. 20..
uuu oiiies oi cotton eacn year.
Walter Murphy, of Salisbury, has rr-
ceivru irom lion, jonn a. Henderson an
appointment to the naval academy.
Minor D. A. Townsrnd. of Union. S
(.., will deliver the oration at the com
mencement exercises at Davidson Col
The Newton Enteronse advert, tn th,
fact that for each ol three years nasi
March has been the coldest month of the
Rer. C. S. Farris. pastor of the Baptist
church in High Point, has sent in his res
ignation, and has preached bis farewell
A Cabarrus gentleman offers a nrize ol
$10 to the best sjieller in the schools ol
tnut county. Weekly "spelling bees" an
now oeing neid.
Wilber Holliday, a Mormon elder, died
in uavie county, near Mocksvi e. re.
cent I v. His remains were taken to L'tah
A white convict died at tbe Quarter
near mi. Airy recently, ine poor al
lows time of sentence had expired iu.i
., ..... i r
tne uuy previous.
Weeks Armstrong, the colored post,
master at Rocky Mount, has been re
moved for having allowed his accounts
to tall short $700. His bond is suid to
The Twin City Daily Is responsible for
the story that during a recent thunder
shower near Winston a colored child wns
struck by lightning and killed while in its
motner s arms.
The railroad hands employed on thr
v.nnncsion, iineinnnti and Chicago rail
road have struck for an increase in wa
ges and work bus been temporarily sus
pended. A numlier of young men of S.mford
met at the Page hotel and orgnnited the
Grady club, in honor of the lute llcnrx
W. Grutly, of Atlanta. The object of the
ciuo is wnoiiy literary.
The dwelling house ol J. S. Warner, at
Linville City, has been entirely destroyed
by fire, and all his furniture nnd house
hold effects were burned. There was no
insurance nnd the loss was heavy.
The Greensboro Patriot does not ap
prove of the Workman's idea of mov
ing the State cnpilol to Greensboro. It
says that on account of the boom there
the land tn put the Capitol building on
can't be spared.
The Gazette savs Mr. W. F. Massev.
at Gastonia, killed eighty-seven bird,
at seven shots. Nine were'pnrt ridges, all
billed at one shot. The remainder wen
doves, shot in n baited trench, fourteen
being killed at each of the two shuts.
Job Biggs, the mnil carrier on the
Campbell route, delivers his mail to tm
offices on foot, walking 24 miles one du
and 3t miles next dav. During a year
he steps over 8,454 miles, anrT at this
rate would cover the circuit of the globe
in three years, exclusive of Sundays,
The coming commencement at Ruther
ford College promises to be the most
memorable in t he history of that institu
tion. The great reunion of old students
from North Carolina, South Carolina
Floiitln, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia
will be a grund sight.
About two years ago, savs tbe State
Chronicle, Greensboro voted to exirnd
$100,000 in city improvements, li
never made better investment. Onlv
$70,000 of the amount has been spent,
and already the citizens see that it was a
wise expenditure. Greensboro is enlov
ing a great boom and is drstined tn be a
city of large proportions.
The civil action hroucht hv the wlrlnw
of the lute Prank Deans against tbe Wil
mington and Wcldnn railroad for dam
age for the killing of her husband about
a year ago. was dismissed bv his llnnnr
Judge McRne at Greensboro. After hear
ing five witnesses for the plaintiff the
Judge ordered the ease to be nol-prossed
on the grounds that the evidence was
insufficient to make case agninst tbe
The I'nited States circuit court has la.
sued an Injunction against the commis
sioner and board of agriculture, restrain
ing them, their agents and attorneys,
from selling the gunno of the American
Fertilizer company, which is contesting
the tax, shipped into this State for sale,
or from taking any steps to enforce the
said licensu tax law against them. The
company applied to the ennrt for tht. In.
Junction on the ground that the tax law
violates the In tcr-Htate commerce clause
of the U. 8. constitution.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia Collet of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
Ttiey sr. s IpacHlo.
Oaital.lnj M are.
JjrjU. er SnaaMa ae it
HOFF'JAtl OHUO CO.
ii ash St, Buffalo, N.V. and linnatkwl BrMfa,0nt
OU SALS ST
J. S. GRANT.
If four prescription are prepared it
Grant's Pharmacy you can positively dt-
pend upon the fact: First, that only tbt
pureat and best drugs ond chemkah will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an expenV
enced Prescription ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best good at a very rea
sonable profit. Ain't forget the place
Iraut's Pharmacy. 2-i South. Vain street.
Prescriptions Bllcd at all hour, night
or day, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant' Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant' Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot-
ed by any other drug bouse in tbe city.
We are determined to sell a low as tht
lowest, even if we fiavr to lost money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cine at first cot, and below that if Dec
essary, to meet the price of any competitor.
We have tbe largest assortment of
Chamois Skin in Asheville. Over 200
kins, all size, at the lowest price.
We are the agent for Humphrey'
Homoeopathic Medicine. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use Buncombe Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly lettable remedy for all
blood diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
fry a bottle and you will take noot her.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St.. Asheville. N. C.
8 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
DRY G00DS.PAXCY GOODS
New Spring goods now ar
ving in all lines. Weexhibit
a beautiful line of Outing
Cloths, Ginghams, Sateens,
Cashmeres, Summer Silks in
Block Silks and Velvets.
Drens Trimmings in latest
novelties, Table Goths, Nap-
ins, Doylies, Curtain Drap
eries, White Goods, L'mbroid-
ericn, Laces and Domestic
Goods of ull kinds. A large
assortment of Kid Gloves.
including Centemeri and liar-
ns Jlook Gloves. Lad en'
nderwearin muslin, gauzo
and merino at low prices.
Corsets always a full stock
of sizes and qualities.
Wo call special attention
to our Fancy Parasols and
Silk Sun Umbrellas. Nothing
equal to them have ever been
!io wn In the city.
Sometui.no New. We offer
le only absolutely fast black
osieryon the market, for
adies, Misses and Children,
also for Men and Boys. They
are guaranteed not to dye,
crack or turn green, or money
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