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THE DAILY CITIZEN
THE DAILY CITIZEN
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VOLUME V. NO. 302.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
THB LBAIlRRS IN
A N D-
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE ABOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST, TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE I
GREAT BARGAINS ! CALL EARLY !
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I
IN CITY LOTS.
By order of the owner I put on nle on three
year.' rime, only .mull amouut of casta
60 Lota on Catholic Hill,
KvlenrUd mountain view, only 8 rnlnntra
from the eonrt home, at from
75 to ,150 Each,
Acconllnic to .lie and location. Worth double
anil three time, the money, Lllieial advance,
made to Improve the Int..
fuK BALK u, a and room house., well
built, with lire plnce., on .ante hill,airnierty
at Knurr, and term, to auit the purchaser.
Hplrnilld opixiriuulty for people of moderate
mean, to tecure or to build a comtortalilr
FOR8ALBOR TO RBNT 2 lnr tene
ment hoiiara, 12 and room.re.pei-tivcly.on
Kaale atrret. Well adapted lor cheap hotel
or buardlnjc bouae..
Moat literal term, granted. Plan, and full
particular, with J. M t a .m i- is u 1.,
Krai Balate liralcr.
J AM liS FRANK.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Iteem. Creek Woolen Mill..
North Mala A.hevllle. N. C.
feb 1 Odty
We Keep The Best.
50 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Kansas City Meats.
MUTTON, B'KF'ST BACON,
SAUSAGES, DRY SALT MEATS,
PIG'S FEET, TRIPE, PIG TONGUES,
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At tbe Bank of A.hevllle,
ABHBVILLB. N. C.
Repreeeat the following compaole., vll. 1
mi, cast asskts in v. s.
Anato Nevada, of California a.ti7.na
ConUneatal. of New Vord .H7S,fl'ja
Rambarn-Bmnca.of Oermany 1.139,(10
l.nndau Aaaaranue. of Hnaland 1 .83.91)5
Nlaaara. of New York 9.337.03
Orient, of Hartford I.fl7,03
Phirnli, of Brooklyn 0,044,1 7
at. Paul Fir. ana Marine, of Mia-
eVnithern, of New Orlean. ni,,nN4
Western, ot Toronto t.OUS.Siau
Mutual Accident Aaxxiatiou
Mint. l.lSj luauraace Company,
W. 0. WOLFE.
Over 100 Ml. of the moat beautiful
Nounmcuti and Tonibatono
Ju.t recttvad, from the cheapest Tomtxtone
to hand.ome Monamenta, t have made a
great reduction la price., and It will pay you
to come and look at ay stock, whether yoa
hay ae not. Wniaronns Wou Building,
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
At the BIG RACKET
The BIG RACKET
We have been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stt.ck during the
pant two weekH. Two iiooi'H
packed with goods. We have
never been better prepared
to nerve the people than now.
and we invite everybody to
come and Hee our goodH and
learn our prires. We have
never advertised an article
that we did not huve, and
never offered anything as a
bargain that was not really
and truly as represented, nnd
are always ready to refund
money where our goodH are
not an represented. Come to
WAI.TKK JIC.WVA. W. W Wkt.
6WYN & WEST,
laucceMor. lu Walter B.Owyni
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans) Securely Placed at
Notary Public. Commissioner, of Iwed..
OFFICR Moulheaat Court SMiusire.
Real Itotate Brokers,
And 1 Investment 1 Agcnta.
office.: 2 A SIB Putton Ave Hecond floor,
I Formerly of Lyman At Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage BuMlneM
Loan, aerarety placed at H per cent.
L. A. FARINHOLT,
EAL ESTATE BROKE
And Notary Public.
Room No. 1 1 , McLoud Build's;
Ul'YH AND 8KLLB HEAL ESTATE
HPKCIAL ATTENTION TO RENT-
1N( AND COLLECTING.
LOANH SECURELY PLACED ON
REFERS TO ALL THE BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
TLANTIC COAST I.INB
(n and after thl. data the following ached,
ule. will be run over Ita "Columbia Divl.lon."
No, 88 Leave. Columbia 8.30 p. in
Arrive. ntCtiHrlraton v.ao p. m,
No. 83 Leave. Charleston' 7.10 a. m
Arrive. atColumbla 11.86 a. in,
Connecting with train, to and from all
point, on the Charlotte, coiunmia a au
gu.ta and Columbia e OreenvUle Kailroad.
T. VI. BMBKIMIN. Oea, Paaa Al
. W. PBV1NB, Oea. opt.
W. C. CARM1GHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Win in viit nv.i.1. Thkai1
DkI'OH, but WILL HELL YOl'
Dri'Oh cheap, and it you
don't believe what we Hay
give uh a trial and be con
vinced. Our prewription de
partment i excelled by none.
It ih e(juipi)ed with the besl
goodH that money can buy
from E. Merck, E. R. Squibb.
Parke, Dnvin & Co., .Ino.
Wyeth & Hro., and from other
istn in this country and Eu
ro, te. wlinHe frondrt for utiritv
cannot be questioned. Pre
HcrijitionH filled at all bourn,
iln v or niirht. nnd delivered
free of charge to any part ol
the city, uur hiock oi urugs.
Piitent MedicinH and Druir-
giHtn' Sundrien in coiiiplete.
and at jiricen that defy com
petition, lion t lorger tne
place, No. 20 S. Main Htreet.
wlipre von will nt till time he
Nerved by competent pre-
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Anlieville and
Vmencan tainilieH. raluten
and taHteH of people wbi be
lieve in good livingcannot lie
humbugged by "Cheap John"
goodn. Cheap goods and
hi'Ht quality are not H.vuony
mouH. I have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
I nuts, Oranges, Lemons.
Cranberries, Unisins, Figs,
Miscellaneous Choice O.K
New Orleans Molasses, for ta
ble use, Prime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex
tra tine Assortment of Crack
ers. I me 1 eas aixl l.ollees a
Mince Mtat C.iitilim St iMlworlh's
nnd other bninilii. IMuin lntliliii);,Call''f
Foot Jcllv, etc. i'reHHvil mid Crvstnlizrd
CinKcr. Slmu Roc ill kill, kot' 1 lirruif
and nil other k 111 Ht mnnrl tor Hit'
lloliduvi. S. K. KHPLUK.
In LadieH and Children'. Fine
8hoeH by buying an immense
lot of them. Closing out the
stock of a VEHY CELEIJKA-
TEI) MA K Ell and dividing
them betw-wn the Richmond
house and ourselves. We are
offering some very flnegoods
at prices usually paid for very
much poorer qualities. Can
fit almoHt niiy one, as we
have all widths from A A to
E. WELL WORTH SEE
ING. New goodH in all lines
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Dry Cuoili, Fancy Gondii, Notions,
Clot'iitiK, Genu' PumiiliiiiK.
Cnrpeti, Kugi, &c.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
A.hevllle, N. C.
The Empbhor of Germany hni rt'solvt-d
to be hi own prime minister. Me may
not lie io great a mail in Inn own even
after lie bin tried it awhile, but In- will
A Frknch memieriHt, M.KoikorT, givn
public exhibition! in whith hi- ilimon
tratei that luiceptible ulijecli may I
hypnotized, and while under tins iell
mny be influenced to do murder or any
SoilK op the larpe slnpiiers ol iIivnmiI
American menu to lvurnic hit pel ilion
iiiK ncniiiBt the pitKiaKc of tlu-bill provid
ing for the official iuicctioii ol' mail
meat Iiefore they croia the want. Why
should any ibipjier ol )ood, hont st imias
object to their lieinu Iniprvled '
A crRioi'i bill that intioiiuced into
the United Suite, icnaie by Mr. Inn.dls.
Itl first clause provides that a soldiei
ivho hai lost both eyes or an arm nnd a
leg may "get married" at any time to
somebody who will take tare of him.
Wai a special act necessary to permit
lum to marry, pray? Couldn't anil
wouldn't he do o nnyhnw ?
Tlla' PC Knouts of the convention called
'iy Captain Shell, president ol the State
Farmers' Association of South Carolinu
reminds ui of some antecedent history ol
ihe inme State when headstrong deter
ninntiou to rule takes little heed of tin
ippositc result of ruin. There is every
where Kcnernus sympathy with the farm
ers and endorsement ol tlirirKciiernl plau
to relieve themselves of the burdens im
nosed upon them by ime(iialdistributioi.
if the weights of taxation nnd the tinfaii
allotment of governmental care and
.'avors. Hut the objects of Captain Shell
In not apH-nr so inueh to !e remedy o
igiicultiiral ilist ressas removal ol'ccrtnii
illegcd polititnl grievances. There ar
illegatious that the Slate is ring ruled,
ihat the democrntic pnilv in the State I.
.'ontrolled by certain institution;!, bu
reaus, clubs and municipalities, and thai
t he remedy is to be found in the setlinj.
up an independent ticket for governor,
la-rhaps for other offices, anil take all tin
risk of the disruption of the democrntit
.uirty. This is the rule or ruin olic
which once led South Carolina, alone am!
self-reliant, but in fuel helpless, to deft
the government by the eXHilirnt ol Hulli
Mention, and which in alter years,
plunged it prematurely into the practical
.tercise of the doctiine of secession in ml
vanec of the co-oieratioii of her mor.
prudent sisters. Doubtless there art
wrongs of which Caption Shell and hi.
friends may justly complain, but the pro
posed redress involves results .'". man
the disease. The waste, cxtravnganct
and abuses alleged to exist nie trifle.
compared to those from which Soiitl
Carolina was relieved by the iiccc. ol tin
Icmocrntic partv to power. SiirelvNunl
Carolina can never forget the hunulia
linns, the degradations, the rolilru.
the impoverishments to which tin abusi
of power bv tbe other panv suliuvle.
her. And yet the success of Cuptnii
Shell's seheiiies in nil human probability
would bring about the restoration '
that malign influence nnd the recurrenet
ot all the horrors with which Sunt he .no
linn so felicitated herself upon escaping.
And vet the rupture or dissension ol tin
democratic party would Iniiig thai
about. We have heard that a burin
child dreads the fire; but il seems thai
scars may heal, and that sonic ui.it ri-l.
another scorching in the belief that il
may not Ik so painful uh the lir.it.
Tim CAl.AiiiToi svii'nliouuHpii l.ouis
villc and adjacent towns mid territory
surpasses in extent of ruin, in loss ol 1.1
and destruction, anything of like Lino
which has befallen this country. Thosi
who have never experienced such terrors
can form but faint conceptions ol tin
forces so suddenly aroused nnd so resist
lessly put ill motion, and no iinauiualioii
can conceive thecharacterot ihe destruct
ive agencies set loose on their awful work
without amumeut'i warning ol what was
coming. The old expression of uiiexjicclcd
elemental wrath, "a thunderbolt from n
clear iky," feebly expresses the mad rage
ol the cyclone swooping down from
lienceful skies, instantly confounding tin
relations of light mid darkness, of sta
bility and helpless motion, ol safely ami
frightful plunge into tnortalilaugcrs. Tin
uncertainties of life were never more viv-
till v illuii rated than in the fate of inno
cent and happy children and their fond
and watchful parents, overwhelmed by
instant death or agonizing wounds while
in the pleasant pastime o the dancing
school. Transition from life to death,
from ease to agony, from comfort to mis
ery, from prusH'rity to ruin was made in
so many awful forms that the heart
grows sick in the coiitetiiplalion of the
fate of even distant and unknown suffer
ers. For the while their sufferings are
our siiflerings; they involve the Inter
est! of a common humanity. A deep, sin
cere ami generous sympathy is the re
sponse of every human breast, softening
to mine degree the blow that fell on those
When rending and hen ringnnd thinking
of this scene of desolation and death, we
feet more deeply the ocension of profound
thankfulness for the happy lot which has
assigned us to this mountain country so
absolutely exempted from tho terrors and
dnugcis of the cyclone and the tornado,
and from the floods now devastating our
western country. It stands uplifted
above tempest and Inundation, the Ara
rat upon which the nrk of lately may al
ways find lure refuge. To grandeur and
beauty of landscape is added the security
niminit ixstilencc nnd also from the ter
rors of the temK'Sl ; forthoughthe winds
do blow sometimes with fury, nnd the
eipiliioctinl gales exienn their ticrcest
rage, they pass on straight anil well de
fined courses nnd rnrclv leave a wreck be
hind We do not bonst of the immunity
that God hath given us; we iicak of it
in profound uratilude that He hit! soared
us participation in that with which He
hni amtctca otuert.
THE FAREWELL SERMON.
IT 1ft PREACHI nv im. Bt'X
TOM VK rKstDAT. '
The Church I Crowded With
Krleudu or the Itcpartlusr Hector
Ah AtTeclliiKMt-ene, nnd an Elo
Yesterday was n day long tolie remcm
licrcd by the member! of the Rpiscopul
church of this citv, and marked an era
in the history of the parish of more pecu
liar interest than frequently occurs iu any
In fact, the history of Trinity parish is
most rcmnrkahlc, in thil, that since its
organization, now more than forty yean
ago, the same devoted clergyman has
ministered with untiring love and seal for
the spiritual good of its people; and
moreover the parishioner who waa the
lirst resident Kpiscopnlinn in Asheville
still occupies constantly her seat among
the congregation, which ihe hi seen
grow from a small beginning to the
throngs who now crowd the handsome
Il being known that on yesterday the
late rector would preach his retiring ser
mon insured a larger crowd than usual
and no one was surprised to find every
sent occupied, and munv perrons hanging
wistfully around the entrance.
Five clergymen were in the chancel and
took part in the impressive service! of
Palm Sunday. The Rev. Geo. Hell read
the 0ieiiing sentences, the exhortation
.mil prayers, nnd also the litany ; tbe les
sons were read by Rev. Wm. F.Rice, who
likewise read the epistle; the nwly
elected rector, Rev. McNcely Dullose,
read the anti-communion and the gospel,
ind gave notice of the services of Passion
week, which art as follow! : Morning
prayer each day, except Friday, at 10
o'clock, on Friday nt 11 o'clock, with a
-clchration of the holy communion on
rimrsduy morning at 7.30 and on Kaster
Sunday nt 7.30 and again at noon. The
new rector also announced the hymns,
which were well sung by choir and eon-in-gation.
The event of the dny, however, wns
Dr. Huxton'i sermon, for which the
lireacucr sclcctcu lis tue text nomnns i : i,
Itrcthrcn, tnv heart's desire and prayer
lor Israel is, that they might lie inved,"
which words of ihe apostle were a wor
thy description of the lile work of the
;ood preacher, as was felt and ncknowl
.ilged bv nil of his hearers, many of
whom had been baptized by his hands in
infancy and grown up to be men or wo-
nen under the iiilluencc of his teaching,
ind commended daily to God's mercy in
We understand it is the purpose of the
vestry to have the whole sermon printed
i'or circulation among the members of the
parish, and therefore we will not attempt
in epitome, which we feel would fall far
short of justice to I'r. Buxton; weeannot
however refrain from giving our readers
the closing words, as we heard them, im
pressed as wewere by theirenrnest pathos:
Dr. Ituxtoii said, "Finally, dear brethren,
let tne thank you, one and all, for the
numerous kindnesses which you have
lic.-iicd upon me during the pnst forty
years, of which my heart is filled with
many and sweet memories; during these
years we have passed together through
scenes ol trial and sorrow, and of joy and
happiness, encn of which has made its
impress on my heart. Nor is my grati
tude limited to members of my own con
gregation, but most sincerely do I appre
ciate and mention to-aav tne irequent
acts of kindly sympathy which I have re
ceived from other Christian brethren.
Daily shall 'my heart'! dciire and prayer
to God' ascend for these dear friends lor
their temporal and eternal welfare, and
ciiwciatly in regard to all Christians,
whether called by the name of ' Protest hm
Episcopal' or any other, that a speedy
answer mny be grunted to the prayer of
our common Lord, 'That they may all be
one even ns we are one.'und that we may
soon be drawn together into one fold un
der the blessed guidance of One Shephard."
lr. lluxton announced his intention to
continue his connection with the parish
or one year as rector emeritus, which he
hud decided to do in response to the so
licitntion of his people; and then closed
Ids life-long rectorship by pronouncing
the following benediction: "The Godot
K'ace, who brought nguin from the dead
our Lord Jesus Christ, the great Shep
herd of the sheep, through the blood of
the everlasting covenant; make you per.
feet in every good work to do his will,
working in you that which is well pleas
ing in his sight ; through Jesus Christ, to
whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.
IK PI.AVKU WITH A Ml' UK.
Atid. the Latter Reaented tbe Fa-
Hon. B.J. Aston is confined to his room
for a few days, all on account of a little
playfulness on the part of a mule.
Mr. F. Stikclenther, Judge Alton's son
In-law, purchased an old, decrepit, worn
out mule several weeks ago, and had
been feeding him nt bis stable in order to
get him in ft working condition. As the
animal was io weak and inoffensive, he
was allowed to roam around in the front
vard and nibble the gran. Thil morning
Judge Aston, seeing the mule in his
yard proceeded to drive him ont. rick
lug up a smull twig which lay near by
he walked upliehind the mule and tapped
him kindly upon the flank. The mule
however, hnd developed a playful nature,
of which the judge was unaware, and re
sented this action. Gently raising hii
two rear legs he Implanted them firmly
but with great determination on the
judge'! breast. The blow knocked him
over. Mr. Aston was not seriously hurt,
, i 1 1 I : I a in I., i i j
I out waa uauiy uruiaru .no wui ue laiu
tip for several dayt.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTE.
Monroe has White Caps.
Carthage is on a building boom.
Rockingham it to have a canning fac
Goldiboro il to have a telephone ex
Charlotte has raised $1,313. JO tor its
celebration on May 20,
J. P. Glenn, of Giiitonia, is dead. He
was about 40 yean old.
Several new manufactories are claimed
to have an eyeon Oxford.
Mn. Frank lohnson died nt Davidson
College of pneumonia, after five days' ill
ness. The Salisbury cotton mills are now
makiuc from $SU to $60 clear vrotit n
The Mt. Holly News snvi that Maior
M. II. Pride has a hcu thai Invstwoetrcs
The workshops of the Cane Fear and
Yadkin Valley railroad, will lie located in
The manufacture of ciuar boxes is a
new enterprise to be set on font in Twin
City at an early date.
Forty-seven thousand five hundred and
sixty-nine pounds of tobacco were
stumped in one duy at Winston.
Stateiville ii to have u roller flouring
Dr. I. J. Mutt, I.J. and J. C. Sulli-
G. S. Daniel will build it.
S. Lnndecker. of Charlotte, allowed a
drunken negro barber to shave him and
had to knock mm down to save Ins life.
Capitalists were in Greensboro last
week looking for a suitable building in
which to open a wholesale drug store.
The Wilmington Messenger claims that
North Carolina women hare the small
est and prettiest feet of any women in
Joe Cowan, a colored resident of Ma
rion, drank too much bug juice, slept all
night on the ground and froze. lie died
Mn. Nancy Lung, a most worthy old
lady of Orange county, is dead. She wat
the last of the original Long family in
The commencement exercises of the
Leonard Medical college, of Raleigh, has
been held and six colored doctors are
now on tbe world.
Mr. J. J. Smith, an old and hiuhlv es
teemed and well known citizenof Wilson.
died at hii home on the 20th inst. He
was 77 yean old.
In Oiunge county the farmers sav that
the wheat and oat crops will prove a
failure. Many are plowing them up nnd
are sowing spring onts.
Miss Laura Abernnthv, of Long Creek
township, who was burned a week ago
by having her clothes catch on tire in the
field, died of her injuries.
The revival which wai curried on at
the Baptist church at Carthage for more
than two weeks closed Inst Friday night.
There were thirty converts.
Craiue Lewis, brother of Muior J. R.
Lewis, of Dallas, died suddenly on Tues
day of last week in Louisiana, where he
has been living for some time.
Travel and traffic on the Hich Point.
Randlcman and Ashboro railroad is so
heavy of late that it ii impossible to do
the work with one train a dny.
The colored llnutist denomination of
Rockingham have about completed a
verv commodious and creditable church
building in the Southern portion of the
Mr. Blnnton, lute of thefirmof Blanton
St Dvsnrt. will establish a bank in Marion.
The lot has been bought and the mate
rial for the building is being placed on
A fine German euro, weighing nenrlv
nine pounds, was taken from Wilson s
pond, near Morgnnton, one dny Inst
wek bv the workmen who are blastinu
out a channel for tbe creek.
The extensive saw, lumber, planing,
and griit mills of May & Co., at Spring
Hope, in rasn count v, were totally ae-
stroved bv fire. The loss, which is very-
heavy, 11 unknown. There is no insu
The description of the new court house
to he erected in Murphy, Cherokee
county, ihowl that it it to be a verv im
posing structure, uunt 01 pressed lines,
faced and ornamented with Cherokee
A Kittle two nnd a half year old daugh
ter of John A. Lung, of Monroe, was
nlnvma near tne wnsiipot, wiicn Her
clothes caught fire, and she wns so bndl.v
burned that sue dad on i-ridnv night
ludut Armfield's judgments are always
tempered with mercy, says the Durham
Globe. A crying babv disturbed the
court this morning and the judge ordered
the shenlt to gn out and buy it a stick ol
candy to bush it.
Wm. Schnckelfnrd. olins J, P. Davis,
wai publicly banged at 1'itlshoro on
Friday. Five thousand people wit
nessed the execution, lielorehe wns hung
he wrote an autobiography giving the
details of hii terrible crimes.
Miss Bnrdette, liiter of Robert J. Ilur-
dette. editor 01 tne numngion iiawkrve,
it at New Heme, She is engaged in mis
sionary work among the colored Denote,
and is now looking nt the field in which
Missel Waugh and Williams have been
10 long engaged.
At a taw mill near Mnxtnn, on the
line of the Cnrohnn Central road, work
men were putting up heavy timbers
One of the timben thnt wai being
hoisted perpendicularly, slipped from its
fastenings and fell. It itruek a negro
man on the head nnd killed him in
Sylvia Deak, a colored woman, has
been appointed postmaster at Rocky
Mount to succeed the negro man, Weeks
Armstrong, who was discovered last
week to be a defaulter to the amount of
S650. and who is now in jail at Tarboro
the woman, Sylvia, can't read nnd il is
verv certain that she will not be able to
Sheriff Smith has received a letter from
his half brother, Mr. Thomas Smith,
who lives In Kemper county, Mississippi
telling him of the sad and fatal results of
a cvclone which passed over his place re
cently. Kvery building on Mr. Smith's
place was blown to atoms and in the de
struction of the dwelling a heavy timber
was thrown across Mn. Smith, killing
her instantly, Stranee to snv. Mr.
Smith and his (laughter were not seri-
J.S. GRANT, Ph.G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 South Main St.
s s ." aa
They sr. 1 Specific
7 kT RltlM oraarreUr, 1bf nr
YX. J utaralharU., frlfsltiiU.
se Aw I A.nstu ess
ti Main St., Buffilo, N.V, ind Intwiurilonsl Bridfs, Ont
FOR SALS ST
J. S. GltANT.
If your prescriptions art prepared at
itrnnt's 1'hnrmncy you can positively de
jendupon these facts: First, that only tin
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Prescriptioiiist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. Yuu
will receive the best goods at a very rra
sonablc profit. Don't forget the place
Gram's riiurmavy, 2ISuuth.fainttrctt.
Prescriptions filled ut all hours, night
or day, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Muin street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
We are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if w e have to lose money by
so doing. We xrill sell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, ami below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest assortment of
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We ure the agents for Humphrey's
Hiimwopathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on hand.
Use Auneonihe LiVcr Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly tellable remedy for all
blood diseases is liuncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
48 HOl'TH MAIN; HTHl-KT.
New Spring goods now ar
riving in nil lint's. "Weexhibit
a lifautiful line of Outing
ClotliH, (linglianiH, Sateens,
CaKlmiereH, Summer Silkn in
Mack SilkH and Vol vet h.
Pi'phb Trimmings in latent
novelties, Table Cloths, Nap-
iins, Doylit's, Curtain Drap
eries, White Goods, Embroid
eries, Laces and Domestic
(Hoods of all kinds. A large
assortment of Kid Gloves.
including Centemeri nnd Har
ris' Hook Gloves. Ladies'
Underwear in muslin, gauze
and merino nt low prices.
Corsets always a full stock
of sizes and qualities.
We call ppecial attention
to our Fancy Parasols and
Silk Sun Umbrellas. Nothing
equal to them have ever been
shown in the city.
Something New. We offer
the only absolutely fast black
Hosiery on the market, for
Ladies, Misses and Children,
ulso for Men and Boys. They
ure guaranteed not to dye,
crack orturn green, ormoney