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Asheville Daily Citizen,
Si
AdTertUe Your
REAL ESTATE
In THE CITIZEN.
fOR RENT, WANTS, AMD FOR SALE,
Not eiceedlug three Unci,
One Time, 38 crate. Three Tlmee, SO cent.
Bli Tiraee, 7S cent.
.VOLUME V. NO. 303.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., TUESDAY, APRIL i, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TRADE WINNERS
PURE GOODS,
Correct Weight,
Best Quality,
Low Prices.
POWELL & SNIDER
THB LKADKRS1N-
FINE GROCERIES
AND-
TABLE DELICACIES.
AT COST.
Gents' Furnishings,
and Hats.
THB ENTIRE STOCK OP SEASON'
ABLE GOODS IN THE ABOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST, TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS ! CALL EARLY !
30 Soot b
Main St.
BON MAR CHE.
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY!
SPECIAL BARGAINS
IN CITY LOTS.
By order of the o wnrr I put on intc on thrrr
years time, only a small amount of cash
wanted.
60 Lot! on Catholic Hill,
8ilrnrtld mountain view, only 6 minutes
mm inc coari nonse, at irons
75 to 150 Bach.
According to tie and location. Worth double
and three timet the money. LI beta) advances
maae to improve tne iota.
POR HA LB 2, 8 and 4 room houses, well
built, with fire places, on same h.ll,aprorrty
at Ajrurrs and terms to suit the purchaser.
Spw-udid opportunity for people of moderate
means to secure or to build a comlortable
home.
FOR HALS OR TO RBNT-2 larue tene
ment houses, 12 and M roums respectively, on
Bank street. Well adapted for cheap hotel
or board Ins; houses.
Most liberal terras ffrantrd. Plans and full
particulnra with J. M. CAMPBHLL,
Janl d3m Real Bstate Dealer,
JAMES FRANK,
DULU IX
FAHILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
A nit for Rrems Creek Woolen Mill..
North Main Asheville. N. C
ftrbiorily
We Keep The Best
MARTIN'S MARKET
60 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
Kansas City Meats.
BEEF, HAMS.
PORK, LAHD,
MUTTON, B'KPST BACON,
SAUSAGES, DRY SALT MEATS,
HQ'S FEET, TRIPE, PIO TONOUES,
DRESSED POULTRY.
mnr dim
JpiRB INBURANCB.
FIHE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Bank of Asbcvllle.
ABHBVILLB. N. C.
Repmtmt the following companies, vis. I
mi. CASH AS.KTS IN II. 1.
Anclo Nevada, of California, !l,4u7,Ha
Continental, of New Yurd ,R7S,ltJS
Hambnrn-Bmnen, of Germany l.iao.noA
Loadva Aamraact, of Bnclana l.lUS.ttwA
Niagara, of New York 2,SIT,4H!I
Orient, of Hartford I,1HT.2
Pllirnli. of Brooklyn o,OS4,170
t, rani Fire ana Marine, of Mia-
neta 1, 1141 ,0411
mtbern, of New Orleaa 4.'il,flH
Wotern, of Toronto l.OSv.ilsa
Mntaal Accident Aawrlatloa
Itan I. Ift) Inmraace Company.
dtaaras
Y. 0. WOLFE.
Orer 100 teta of the moat beautiful
Honumenttt and Tombstone
Jn.t received, from the cbeapent Tombetone
to handsome Moanmental I hare made
great redaction ta priors, aad It will par yon
to some and took at nr etock, whether jou
bag a let, WnrerooaWutte Building,
CaartBoaan. ' '
THE "RACKET,"
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
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
BIG RACKET
RACKET
We have been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stock during the
past two weekH. Two lioorH
packed with goods. We have
never been better prepared
to nerve the people than now
and we invite everybody to
roine and wee our goods and
earn our prices. We have
never advertised an article
that we did not have, and
never offered anything an a
bargain that was not really
and truly as represented, mid
are always ready to refund
money where our goods aw
not as reprehented. Come to
the Big Racket."
KEAL ESTATE.
Waltk B. Owr. W. W. Wner.
GWYfU WEST,
(Bueceeaora to Waller B.Owyni
ESTABLISHED 1881
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL1STATE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Per Cent.
Nulnry I'uhllc CommlwiloncrB ol lieede.
FIRE INSURANCE.
OPFICK Moutheant lonrtaqunre,
CORTLAND BROS.,
Real Estate Brokers,
And InvcMfnent Agents.
I.nan. nr urrly placed at per cent,
nmcea: u Ik wW'atton Ae. second floor.
Miwrflv
JOHN CHILD,
I Furmerly of Lyman a Child i,
HEAL ESTATE
AND
LOAN BROKER
Htrlctljr a Brokerage BualiieM
tenant seitirelv placed nt K tier cent.
L. A. FARINIIOLT,
R
EAL ESTATE BROKE
R
And Notary Public.
RooinNo.ii,IrlcLoud Build's
HUYS AND HELLS REAL ESTATE
ON COMMISSION.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO RENT-
INO AND COLLECTIN0.
LOANS SECURELY PLACED ON
REAL ESTATE.
REFERS TO ALL TNI BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
ATLANTIC COABT 1.INB
On and after thle data the Aillnwlna arh.rf.
ttlra will tie ran over It. "Columbia lHvlnion."
No. on ieave. ininmina o.tto p. m
Anirr. atCharleetoa o no n. m.
No, da leavc. Charleston 7 10 a. m.
Arnrea at Columbia I I B" a. m.
Connectlna with train, to and rrnm n
point, on the Charlotte, Columbia a An
gu.ta and Columbia a Oreenvllle Rallroada.
vuany.
T. M. RMRMIION. Oea, taas Art,
J. P. DBV1NB, Sen. Bnut.
MISCELLANEOUS.
KSTABLISHED 1874.
W. G. GARMIGHAEL
APOTHECARY,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C,
We do not hkll Cheap
Dltl'OH, but WILL SELL YOU
Dui'us cheap, and if you
uon t believe what we say
give us a trial and be eon
vineed. Our prescription de-
iartment is excelled by none,
t is equipped with the tiest
goods that money ean buy
trom IS. Merck, K. It. Squibb
I'arke, Davis & Co., Jno
Wyeth & IJro., and from other
leading manufacturingcnem
ists in this country and Eu
rone, whose goods for purity
cannot be questioned. Pre
scriptions filled at all hours
day or night, and delivered
free of charge to any part of
the city. Uur stock of Drugs
Patent Medicines and Drug
gists Sundries is complete,
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place. No. 20 n. Alain stieet,
where you will at all times be
served by competent pre-
scriptioniHts.
1879.
1889
S. R. KEPLER,
UHALHR IN
FINE GROCERIES.
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Asheville and
Ainericau families. Palates
and tastes of people who be-
leve m good uvingcannotbe
lumbugged by "Chen p John
goods. Cheap goods and
nrst quality are not s.vnony
mous. 1 have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spe-
lames, comprising in part
fruits, uranges, lemons,
'ranberries. HainiiiK. Fiirs.
.Nuts, et'.
MiHcellancouri IhoiceO.K
le use. Prime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex-
ra tine Assortment of ( rack
et's. 1 ine 1 eas and Coffees a
H iecml tv.
Mince Nlcnta Cordon & I'ilworth'f
and nt her brand. Plum PnddinK, Calf
foot Jelly, etc. rrraarrt and ITvnlnlizrd
C.inircr. Sliud Koe in kin. Kor Herrinin
nnd all other unoAt in drmnnd for the
Itoiidayn. S. K. Knl'LKK
A BIG DRIVE
n Ladies' and Children's Fine
Shoes by buying an immense
ot of them. Closing out the
stock of a VERY CELEBUA
EI) MAKER and dividing
Ihem between the Richmond
louse nnd ourselves. We are
offering some very fine goods
at prices usually paid for very
much poorer qualities. Can
fit almost any one, as we
uive all widths from A A to
WELL WORTH SEE-
N(J. New goods in nil lines
arriving daily.
I. REDWOOD & CO.
Dry Roodi, Fancy (oda, Notion.,
UOthMK, Ucnta' FurmaiilnKt,
Cnrjwti, Kuki, fee.
THE
SHOE STORE.
Ierrlng & Weaver,
LBAPIIKB
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
AND-
FINE HATS.
39Patton Avenue-39
Asheville. N. C.
The Blair education bill was unfin
ished busmen In the United States senate
for a Rood many years before it was fin
ally talked to death.
M. J. Ciiiatham, who was strangled
to death in nine minutes at Grenada, wait
the first white man in Mississippi to be
hanged for the murder of a negro.
Thb report of the senate naval com
mitteerecommendsthespendiiif; of $,1fi0,.
000,000 on naval construction. Thiif
the more we advance in civilitation the
more it costs a nation to keep the peace.
Nkw York city may be us wicked na il
is popularly supposed to be throughout
the country, but the way it is marching
its corrupt and delinquent oflicials to
justice is a shining example to the rest ol
the American cities.
Thk Ohio legislature have passed an
important bill in the interests of railroad
employes. It provides that twelve hour,
shall constitute a day's labor. Where a
man has worked fortwenty-fourconsecu
tive hours, this law says he shall not bt
put to labor again till he has had eight
hours' rest. Public safety could hurdh
demand less.
Stealing acorns from a blind pig ha
hitherto been the expression for the cli
max of meanness, but if the testimony ol
the pupils is true, even that has been par
alleled in the Pennsylvania State Institu
tion for the Blind, whence come stories
of cruelty and hunger that make one
won ler once more why we call ourselves
civilited.
Thb Wilmington Messenger sars:
"M hen Mrs. Harrison was nt Asheville
she was compelled to spend the night in
ner private car tne Hotels oeing crowded
to overflowing. If she hud come this way
she could have found accommodations to
suit her in this town.'
No doubt 1 even though it might have
been necessary to re-open the closed and
empty Orton. Wilmingtonntthisseason
has plenty of room for visitors. Here
everything is full to overflowing.
Thkkk is still trouble in various parts
of the Inion with the taith cure nnd
Christian science people, who obstinutely
refusc to employ physicians, but rely only
on the power of the Spirit to heal them
of their ailments. When one dies, they
say it was the will of God that he should
go, and even then their faun is not
shuken. They believe implicitly the orom-
srs of Scripture at to healing, and obey
mm. Then their neighbor. ' jave them
arret ted for neglecting the sick. So they
have a hard time of it because of tukinu
the Bible literally. "I put mv trust in
God alone," was the pathetic remark ot
.1 Brooklyn father to the policeman who
came to arrest mm.
A crmoit development has followed
the granting of municipal sutfrnge to
women in Kansas. It has destroyed the
occupation of the prolrssionnl politician.
Kansas, nt elsewhere, husinrm men
are too taken up with privHte affairs to
sacrifice their time to politics. Conse
quently it was left nsa trade to the profes
sionals, who filled the offices and ran tin
city governments to suit themselves, and
the business men footed the bills with or
without grumbling. Hut the first thing
the women voters did was to iiisiitutrnn
inquiry into the moral habits of the can
didate, public and private. If both win
not satisfactory he wasdroiiord inslantrr
and another selected. Knough women
took an interest in the elections to hold
the balance of power in ninny ol tlu
towns. The result in these places is tli u
no man will run for iin oflire iiiiIiks he is
petitioned to do to. Now the millennium
must surely be coming.
Tim Boston Transcript regards tin
possibility ol a colored commonwealth
in any one of a half dozen Southern
States with cool complacency. It regards
such a possibility for itt section us some
thing to be afraid of, for it says: "V
might not like to are tuch common
wealtht arise In New Hampshire or Ver
mont or in any New England district
where the land goes unoccupied, ns it
duet not in Oklahoma. ButtheCnrolinns
and the gulf States are a good safe dis
tance from us; and they have earned
their punishment, hove they not, b
maintaining slavery?" But are the
Transcript' wither unwrung, as it
laims them to he? Did not the New Bug-
land people for two centuries niaintnin
slavery, nnd make the most of il ? Has
the Transcript so soon forgotten whnt
Mr. Ingalls said in his famous January
iieech ? He said, nnd we take pleasure
recalling it to the memory of the
Transcript:
"The conscience of New l.iiglniid never
was thoroughly aroused to the immoral
ity of African slavery until it ceased to
he urotitablr. and the North did not
finally determine to destroy the system
until convinced thnt its continuance
threatened not only their industrial inde
pendence, but their political supremacy."
We take Mr. Ingalls to begood author
ity. Hi assault was mndeon the South ;
is admission of New England's guilti
ness wat merely Incidental ; hut being so
whs the more impressive. Certainly the
Transcript pleads with a bnj grace the
cause of it section, and protest against
penalties which justly, it claim, fall upon
not her.
The Transcript make another point
against itself. It close its doors.ngninst
the people in whose cause nnd for whose
right It ha been most clamorous, be
cause the presence or the domination ol
the negroes is a curse and a punishment
ton heavy to fall on the righteous New
Brglandcr. His section must not be
Afrtcanited; but our must be, because it
punishment it ha earned and de
served. Malignant hypocrisy can go no
farther. Let u keep the negro; wt can
takt ear of them. We would not con-
en them to the tender merries of those
who share opinio with t as Transcript,
HUH! YOU CANT FOOL ME,
rKW INCIDENT OP ALL
FOOLSV DAY.
The Innocent Looking; Packaarc
-The Cotton Caramel and Bin-
cnit-The Red Hot Cent and the
ueneral nummary.
A bright faced little youngster trudged
manfully up Patton avenue this morning
He looked neither to the right nor left un
til his eye fell on a neat package lying on
the sidewalk. He surveyed it closely
marched round it several times and gave
it a number of suspicious taps witn h
toot. Again hecircumnavigated the bun
dle and thrusting his hands in his pocket
he winked one eye knowingly and with
disgusted "Huh I you can't fool me" con
tinued on his march up the street.
A well-known tobacco manufacturer
started out early alter breakfast for his
morning's mail. In front of a business
house he saw a copper on the sidewalk
and putting his foot upon it he stooped
over to pick it up. "Thut's once when
I fooled them," he said to a bvstandrr,
but when he touched the cent he found it
heated red hot. It was dropped with a
great deal more haste than he hud shown
in picking it up and he started on amid
the laughter of a crowd. But even that
did not keep him from replying when he
was spoken to of it afterwards, with a
"Huh! it didn't fool me."
Two attractive young ladies entered
an electric car in front of court square.
Already ou board was a young gentle
man of their acquaintance, and after the
customary greetings he produced a box
of chocolate drops and invited the young
ladies to indulge. They responded with
alacrity, and one began removing her
glove. In the meantime the other had
taken one of the tempting randies. She
suspected no joke and started to eating
it. One bite was eufBcient. The Inte
rior was cotton. It wus removed from
her mouth, but both she and her gentle
man friend said nothing. They were
waiting for the other miss to be caught.
The latter, however, had her suspicions
and after she had laid awnv her glove
she picked up oue of the drops and in-
spected it carefully. She looked at the
face of her companions. The gentle
man wn smiling nnd she knew the
game. "Huh. you can't fool me,
Iroppcd from her pretty lips a he re
turned the candy to the box, and the
rest of the ride was continued in silence,
At a certain hoarding house on College
street lives a bright little nine year old
girl, the pictu-e ot health and happiness.
This noon she sat nt the table and was
served with macaroni, a dish of which
she is very fond. She began at once to
ent it and for ntlrnst a minute she ground
it between her teeth. Then she suspected
something was wrong and removing it
from her mouth she made a carefulexnm-
inntion. It was made of white rubber
but looked true to nature. The unsym
pathetic boarders broke out in a laueh,
hut the little lady was not disconcerted
and straightening up in her chuir she
looked her vis-a-vis square in the fnce,
nnd with a "Huh! you didn't fool me,"re
turned to her eating.
In one ol the nllrys of Thk Citijkn
iffice two comKsitors work side by side
in setting up the paper. When the court
house liell pealed forth its twelve welcome
notes this noon these two made a mud
rush for their boarding houses, ns only
hungry compositors will, and at one they
were buck at their work.
Had cotton biscuits lor dinner to
day," said the one quietly.
Did you?" asked the other. "How
did it work ?"
Worked well," Inronicullv rescinded
the first. "Fellow right across from me
bit into one and got 'Int.'"
In other words he 'cott-on,'" replied
his companion, and then a silence fell on
the composing room thnt was only
broken by number one ns he looked up
quietly and remarked, "Huh! but they
hdn't fool me."
These are a few of the little pleasan
tries thnt have hnpencd since sunrise
this morning and the present hour, and
it may all be attributed to the fact that
this it all fools' day. It it the only day
of the year when yon can with impunity
pound vnur wile or stone your mother-in-law,
or indulge in tome other little harm
lent amusement nnd when hauled up he
fore the court plead that it wusallajoke.
To-day you can place a brickbat under an
old hat nnd in front of your enemy's
house and- quietly nwait developments.
What matter if your enemy's foot is
broken. He can do nothing. You are
licensed to-day to make just as large
a fool of yourself ns you wish, and no
udge on enrth would hold any other way
than thnt the brick bnt joke wat only a
little playfulness. The only thing you
have to fear is the wrath of your would
be victim. He may not tee the joke in
the tame light at you, and it illicit to
beware if be advances upon you with a
club nnd in a threatening manner, and
particularly if he calls out in Hern tonet
while on hii forward march, "Huh! you
can't fool me."
A Retnra and a Departure,
Mr. 8. D. l'elhnro returned last night
from Philadelphia, where he hat been for
the patt three months at the bedside of
bit brother, Dr. Pctham. The Inttcr it
now much improved in hentth.
During bit absence from the city his
business has been conducted by Mr. P.O.
Bllisor, of Newberry, S. C, and thelatter
left for hit borne tliii morning. During
bit ihort itay in Asheville he ha made
many friend both in a business and to
cial way, and their best wishes will fol
low bins.
NORTH CAROLINA MOTES.
Winston
tern.
ii to have a telephone sys-
Chapel Hill may have a $40,000 hotel.
i ncrc is lam 01 It,
Tal. Murray, a Raleigh man, has a pet
Af .. fc? . t. r. ' I 1 .
vi a i.uria wurunuu wuu cat,
A daily hack line is to be run between
Kundleraun and Greensboro.
A number of new andsul stnntial build
ings are going up in west Sulem.
David Hoover, a Lenoir necro. has be
come crazy, the result of the grip.
Southnort hns an organization which
styles itself the Doubt-Mc-Not club.
D. R. Skinner is in iail at WilminCnn
charged with beating hit wife to death.
Webster hat been viewing a pano
rama entitled "The Johnstown Flood."
The internal revenue collections for one
day at Winston amounted to $2,385.30,
Strawberries at thirty-five cents
quart are sold at the Wilmington mar-
tei.
Mr. . L. Ludlow has the contract for
putting in the Ileudcrsonville wuter
works.
Durham hones to have street rnra liv
luiy with electricity as the motive
power.
Raleigh it to be entertained with
concert oi tne "(wing't Daughters" on
April 1 1.
Mrs. Betsy Kine dronned dead from
neart aisrasr at her home near Char-
lotte.
Bishop Lyman confirmed fifteen ricr-
ons hi m. retcrs episcopal cnurcn at
. r. 1. . . - . .
v-narioue.
incv.nanotte.ews is out in a new
dress and makes a decidedly tastv ao-
pcurancr.
w. P. Fife, the drummer evangelist, is
soon to bold a scries of revival meetings
John A. Womack will start a cannine
inciory at riusDoro unu will put up
,uuu cans a nay.
The new church at Lewiston will be
dedicated by the Rev. T. T. Spright on
ine nrst aunany in April.
Sam lones will nnnenr In hia relicnmi.
larce at innriotic on Apnl 25, and bold
ionn lor eignt uays.
Christian Reid. of Salisbury, nuthnrni
The Lnnd of the Skv." isto'hnveastorv
in Lfippiiiwuu a lur April.
A large colored school at Oxford, suo-
norted bv matin frnm ,ti V.ir.1
among the possibilities.
The Headlight it the name of the nanrr
wnn-n win soon snca its rnvs over
Hnyesville, Clay county.
Thomas W. Brondfoot. senior mrmbrr
otthehrmof Uroadfoot tic Co., of Red
Springs, died at his home.
James Henrv Ferrell. of Rnlcich. was
shot by Calhoun Price near Columbia, S.
., ana aiea 01 ms injuries.
The Governor hns anoointed T. R.
Penninirton. of Livrroool. a commis
sioner of deeds for North Carolina.
A chicken with two brads rreentlr
broke its shell at Charlotte. A careless
servant girl stepped on it nnd it died.
The new bell for Christ church at Ral.
eigh has been placed in position and will
be rung for the first time on Easter Sun
day. Mr. Charles Cox. who Ii vea on the
Moore and Chatham line, lnyt claim to
1(H years of existence on this vale ot
tears.
Lessie Tuller, an 18 year old negro girl
f Alamance county, murdered her ille
gitimate nffsorine nnd threw it in n
creek. She wus urrcsted.
John Hampton, a printer nt Ruleieh.
accidentally shot C.J. Hetts, foreman ot
lie Liironicle, in the leg. The wound is
pninful, but not serious.
Anderson Blair, a colored man of Mt.
Olive, inquired too minutely into the
orkinga ol an oil mill press and now
one of his hands is pulp.
V. C. Terrv. formerly of the Rockinir-
hnm Spirit of the South, is now on the
editorial force of the Red Springs Farmer
and Scottish Chief.
The second trial of Father Bovlr at
Raleigh for rape resulted in the arnuittal
of the priest. He wat once found guilty
and sentenced to hang, but a new trial
was grunted.
H.J. England took the first urize for
fruit nnd vegetable evaporator at the
New Berne fair and now he will civc his
idea a practical test and will open n can
ning inctory at mat place.
Greenslmro Female Colteec hns about
one hundred boarders. There are nearly
one hundred nnd fifty matriculates, and
the next graduating class will number
somewhere between twenty and thirty.
Rev. Andrew J. Chambers, nnstor of
the A. M. E. church nt Durhnm, has re
turned from the North where be went to
attend the Afro-Ameriran convention.
He hired a hull and told the neoole all
about it.
China Grove. Rowan countv. hns a
tittle 17 year old who tips the beam at
24U pounds, nun tistrr, younger, who
weighs 21H, while the mother wcichs
only 100. There is a woman in the same
town that weighs 310.
Recently when Senator Vance was
twitted about being a Presbyterian nnd
marrying n Catholic lady, sayt the Dur
ham Globe, he used Ir. Burchard't fa
mous alliteration in reply. He said thnt
he had tried rum nnd rebellion, and he
thought he would try Romanism.
Wm. Thome, a colored mail carrier.
was arrested a few days ago at Tar
boro for stealing a gold watch. While
the postmaster was oiening the mnil he
opened the show case and took out the
watch. He it in jnil and Mr. Wnnu
maker bat a vacant office on hit hands.
Lewis Ynrboro.of Winston, who makes
living selling cane of his own make.
curiously cut and enrved, some time pnst
sent one 01 nis prcittcsi canes to Mr.
Cleveland, not expecting more than the
thanks of the ex-President. He was sur
prised some time afterward to receive a
check from Mr. Cleveland for $00 a an
evidence of hi appreciation.
Martha Eaton committed suicide In
Surry county by cutting her throat with
a razor. The horrible deed was coolly
committed before smlrror.nnd she nearly
levered her head from her body. She
died almost instantly. She was In ill
health and of unsound mind, and some
timsago threatened to drown bertelf.
11 er age wn about 45 year,
MISCELLANEOUS.
J. S. GRANT. Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 Soutb Main St.
OR I
HEADACHE
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J. S. GRANT.
If your prescription! are prepared at
Grant's Pharmacy you can positively de
pend upon these facts: First, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an expert'
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, S-iSouthMainstreet.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
6 answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, S South Main street.
At Grunt's Pharmucy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
lie are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even il' we have to lose money by
so doing. He will sell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
tor.
We have the largest assortment of
Chamois Skins in Aslieville. Over 200
skins, all sixes, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
llumwopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use Buncombe Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints. Indiges
tion, etc.
A thoroughly teliuble remedy for all
blood diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GKAXT.Pb. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville. N. C.
WIIITLOCK'S,
48 SOUTH MAINISTREET.
DRY GOODS,PAXUY GOODS
AND NOTIONS.
New Spring goods uow ar
riving in nil line. Weexhibit
a lieautiful hue of Outing
Cloths, Ginghams, Sateens,
Challii'8,Mohairs, Henriettas,
Cashmeres, Summer Silks in
all colors.
Mack Silks and Velvets.
Drt'Hs Trimmings in latest
novelties, Tuble Cloths, Nap-
ins, Doylies, Curtain Drap
eries, White Goods, Embroid
eries, Lnces and Domestic
Goods of all kinds. A largo
assortment of Kid Gloves,
including Centemeriand Har
ris' Hook Gloves. Ladies'
Underwear in muslin, gauzo
and merino at low prices.
Corset) always a full stock
of sizes nnd qualities.
We call special attention
to our Fancy Tarasola and
Silk Sun Umbrellas. Nothing
equal to them have ever been
shown in the city.
Something New. We offer
the only absolutely fast black
Iosieryon the market, for
jadics, Misses and Children,
also for Men and Boys. They
are guaranteed not to dye,
crack or turn green, or money
refunded, ,
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