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Asheville Daily Citizen
III THK CITIZHN.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding- three lines.
One Time, 28 eenta. Thrre Times, 60 cent.
Biz Tiinea. 78 cents.
VOLUME V. NO. 311.
ASHEVILLE, NYC., THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL, & SNIDER
A N II
THE ENTIRE STUCK OF SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE ABOVB DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST, TO
MAKE A CHANCE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS t
GREAT BARGAINS !
RARE CHANCE !
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I
IN CITY LOTS.
-car. time, only a .mall amount of i-utii
60 Lot on Catholic Hill,
r)lrnlld mountain view, only A minute
from the conrt houne, at from
75 to 150 Each,
According tu .lie ant! location. Worthtloulilt
ami three time, the money. l.ilKiuluilvuncc,
raade to Improve the lot..
FOR BALK 3. a ami room hoiiara. wel,
built, with tire place, on .nine hill.aproiH-rti
at figure, anil term, to unit the purchawi.
Splendid niMrlunitv for 'tropic of uioilvniti
mean, to arcure or to build a ciiniliirtiihlc
FOR AALB OK TO RUNT 'J Inner tene
ment hou.c, VI and N room. rciei-llvi-lv, ,n
Bnale (treet. Well adapted for chrup lluUl
or boanlin hou.r..
Moat lilieral tenna icrauteil. Plan, nndlull
particulars with J. M. CA M I'ltlvl.l.
JanB d3m Real K.lute lleuli r.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reema Creek Woolen Mill.
North Main A.hcvllle. N. C.
KIKE. LIFE. A(VIIKNT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Hank of A.herille.
Meprraent the following cuinpuntc., vit.
rial. CASH A.SKT. IN
Anaio Nevada. of California
Continental, of New Vord
Hamhnra;. Bremen, of I'.ermnny
London A..urnnce.of Ungland....
Niagara, of New York
Orient, of Hartford ...
V hcxnls, of lin oilvn
at. Paul Fire and Marine, of Mln
Hoathern, of New Orleans
Weatera, ot Toronto
Mutual Accident Association
.Ktn. Life la.arance Cumpauy
1. 1. 11,
!HEY THERE !-
A Word With You.
No. 28 Pattua Avenue,
Wants to see you. llisspring
Ih now almost complete. All
the latest novelties now in
stock or to arrive.
Ladies' and Men's Hnnd
Made Shoes in standard
makes a specialty.
Ladies' and .Men's Russet
and fancy colored Oxford
Ties in great variety for
spring and summer wear.
. MO. t)S PATTON AVENl'd
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
At the RIG RACKET
The DIG RACKET
We have been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stock during the
past two weeks. Two thiol's
packed with goods. We have
never been better prepared
to serve the peiiplethaa now.
and we invite everybody toj
conn1 nnd mm' tuir goods anil '
learn our prices. We havej
never adveiiisetl an article
1 hiit we did not have, and
never offered anylhing iik n
bargain that was not really
and truly asrepresented,and
are always reji'ly to refund
money where our goods are
not lis represented, ('ometo
the ' T.ig lhn ki t."
WALTKK It. liw-vs. W-T-
GWYN & WEST,
, huitcTor in WtVU-r li.tiwytit
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Hvcurcly Placed Ml H
'ot,ir.v l-uti.li- C,iiiml..i,iirr. ol lieeil..
(t-'I'lVK HuuIIi.'iihI CottrtHa-are.
Real Instate Itrukcri,
And InvcHtiiicnt AKCiit.
Limn, iw; uri lv tilaccd nt M ncriTllt.
iiiIiii-n: - Ac l!il I'uttoii Ave bccoml floor.
Icli'.l.l 1 V
I I'urmcrly ol Lyman At Child i,
Loan, .curdy plm.'ed nt H per cent.
L. A. FARINIIOLT,
EAL ESTATE BROKE
Atul Notary I'uhlic.
Room No.ll,McL.oud Ilulltl's:
IIUVS AND HICLLS HKAI. IISTATK
Sl'KI'IAL ATTENTION TO UKNT-
INO AND COLLKCTINd.
LOANS HKCl'UHLY I'l.ACKIl .N'j
REFERS TO ALL THE BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
J. C. DROWN,
It-EKCIIANT t TAILOR,
as Putton Avenue,
(NetttoOrand Central llotrl.)
W. C. CARMIGHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yk HO NOT HUM, CllKAP
I Mu gs, but will, sklIj vor
Duros chkap, mid if you
don't believe what we say
givtHisu, trial mid be con
vinced. Our prescription de
partment is excelled liy none,
It is equipped with the best
goods tltt money can buy
from E. Merck, E. R. Squibb.
I'nrke, Davis & Co., Jno
V,veth& Nro., nnd from other
ists in this country and Eu
rope, whose goods for purity
cannot be questioned. Pre
scriptions tilled at all hours,
day or night, nnd delivered
free of chnrge to any part of
the city. Our stock of Drugs.
Patent Medicines and Drug
gists' Sundries is complete,
ami nt prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, Xo. 0 S. Main street,
where you will at all times be
served by competent pre-scriptionists.
S. R. KEPLER,
appreciative Asheville mid
American families. 1'nlates
and tastes of people who be
lieve in good livingcannotbe
goods. Cheap goods mid
first iiiiiilit v are not synony-
i." ......1 1
llioiis. 1 nave in mih-k iiihi
tn iii-i-iv-i. nil Ki'jisMliiible sne-
cialties. ftiiiiprising in part
Fruits, Oranges. Lemons.
Cranberries. Raisins, Figs.
Miscelhi neons ChoiceO.lv
New Orh'iiiis Molasses, tor ta
ble use, Prime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex-ti-n
(inn Assin-tnieiit of Crack
ers. Fine Teas and Coffees n
Mince Mcnt ('icmlnii Hi liilwnrtli'a
mid ntliir lirumls. I'Hiiii I'nililiiiK.Citlf'i
........ 1..11.. n.....i 1 i...u...i:....i
rum jeny, CIV. I nsmu iiihi v. 1 r.(, ,,,.,,
('.int-t-'r. Slmtl Km- in kit. Ktw ilt-rrinua
mill nil other K""iU in (Iciniinrl fur tin
llnliil.ivH. S. H. KKI'LKK.
In Ladies' nnd Children's Fine
Shoes by buying 1111 immense
lot of them. Closing out the
stock of 11 VERY CELEBRA
TED MAKER and dividing
them between the Richmond
house mil ourselves. We are
offering some very fine goods
nt prices usually pa id for very
much poorer qualities. Can
lit almost any one, as we
have all widths from A A to
E. WELL WORTH SEE
New goods in all lines
irv Omnia, I'lincy OiioiIh. Notion.
Clol'iinir, t'rtiilH' I'nriiiitliin)i
Ciu R I. Knt:. o:c.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
A N li
A.hcvllle, N. C.
A TIMELY PUBLICATION.
A number of leading congressmen, of
both house, among whom i our Sena
tor Vance, are enjuged in prcpiirinff a
hook to be entitled, "Why the Solid
South; or, Reconstruction nnd its Re
sults." It undertakes to narrate, fairly nml
ilispnssionately, in concise and populiu
form, the history of the reconstructed
governments in enchStute, showitiK how
lie reuublicitns olitnined control nnd
how they lost it, the figures mid fnctt.
is to the shriiikiiitc "f values nnd in
rense of debt nnd taxation tunkr these
governments, nml the pmierity of the
South under present auspit-;,. Tire book
4cuk8 of Abrahitin Lincoln's death at
in appalling calamity to the South ; ur
,;ucs that Andrew Johnson followed
strictly Lincoln's plan of restoration,
ind contends that if Lincoln hail lived
he would have lieen nhlc to defend thai
iilnti HKiiiust the assaults ol' congress.
The character of the Hfnllcmcncnsagei
upon the work and the momentouf
,'raviiy of the subject will assure truth
til impartiality, statistical accuracy nail
lispassionute nrguincnt. Such trout
nicnt of tin. question will npieal to tin
indgmrnt nnd fairness of the busincs
men of the North, und win the ears of all
tvho are not given over to partisan emit
L'M,n such it will full us nil other argu
ments urged to stem the torrent of sec
ionul injusti' e have fallen. Neverthelest
1 good work will have been done; foi
iucIi statements und conditions ns vyil
lie presented in the hook will weigl
Heavily on the minds of that large busi
ies t-lasa whose interests draw them ti
.-loser alliance with the South, and event
nally influence and control those in con
jress who ure blind to signs, and deaf ti
reason, ready to sucnlice pence, frater
lity and country to temporary party
idvuiitnges. There is no longer an irrt
uressible conflict between the condition,
if the South and the North. Proposei
partisan legislation in congress ts ah
liitindt-d uH,n the prcsuniptiun of sucl
TllKRK is something primitively inno
rut in the annual production of the I'as
iou Clay at Oberaininegau. A piou,
iK'upIc can safely lie trusted to the emo
tions e.citcd by the realistic presentntioi.
it the awful incidents of the Crucifixion,
mil the attendant circuinstances of hor
ror, grief and pathos. In such cxhibitioi
there is only the pcrTH'tuution of the sim
ple Inith nnd unsophisticated cmotiom
of 1111 age of ignorance and sentiment;
mil while in such presentation there it
langerou middle ground between whal
is reverent and what is l)lnv!,cmous, be
tween what is intensely religious and
what is defiantly profane, wemighttrusi
1 he simple peasantry piously to do thai
igaiust which we might enter protest ii
the bauds of the irreligious l-'renih. Will
litem nothing is pure, nothing is holy,
and they would if they could enter tin
very Holy of Holies, to draw therel'ron
a new sensation. The icople that set u
theilcpruved harlot to lie worshipped ii
the desecrated teiiinle of (Sod as the tlod
ikss ol Reason, find no obstacle in ainliiu.
a HTsoiiutiou of the immaculate Viigii
Mary in a being wurccly more pure tli.u
the infamous Goddess of Keason. Tin
"Passion" was r formed in the Wiutei
Ciix'iisin Paris on the night ot the 4th.
Sarah IUrnliardt representing the lllesscr
Vinjin. As n play it met the upproval in
a criticul utidience. The play was writ
ten bv Ldinond llarnncourt, whose vers
ilication was pronounced excellent, uso
nnnt and thoroughly dramatic. Then
were illustrations among the audience ol
characteristic l-'rench irreligiousness. Af
i'liiriiU-r, one of the actor, pronounced
the word of the Savior calling children
to him, und exhorting tn charity and re
lientancc. two or three voices shouted.
'Asm lie Christ! Asset lie Chi (.'"
I Kiiough of Christ 1 Enough of Cliii.l!)
and such n tumult wn raised n lor ti
time to Riispcnd the ierformance.
Altogether it wn a great hock to
proKT religion trntimcnt, such a liiH-k
a could only have been given livniHopli
who once delilierately tiecrccd the de
ihrunemnit ol God himself from the tem
ples in which He hud once been rcverrutl)
Mr. EtiWAKli M Kiidinson, of Fayette-villi-,
is now stiieriiitcndcnt of the gov
ernment fish hatchery at Leadville, Col..
the largest in the t.'nited State, Anuthei
North Cnroliniun, Mr. Hmke, of the
taint town, had charge for (time year ol
the South Curolinit hatchery. Our State
government unwisely drove her ion
away by closing Iter hateherie and dis
solving the fish commission. How un
wisely may be inferred by comparison
with localities AMH-nmilf "mind the best
in the t'nitcd Suites, with it abundant
water inviting to the restoration of the
,i,.. rnornioii shod Ii ol shail. Ilrrrltiu
rock. etc. : the other the worst in the
.-iiniiirv in natural ad mula era. Hut an
other illustration ia to Iw given how art
may triumph over natine, energy over
indolence, intelligence over blind dcmii
gogucry. Tim txRCTioN in Khode Island for
Governor nnd other ofliiTr wn held
under a modified Australian ballot sys
tem. Account if its oprration are
somewhat conflicting. The New York
Sun complain that under it cumbrous
workings many Totcswere lost because
ol want of time tn get in all the votes
that were east. The llaltimore Sun, on
the other hand, say that birger per
centnge than usual of the Khode Island
vote was cast, and that the voting was
smooth, rapid and satisfactory. It is
very clear thai in the Khode Island prac
tice ineducntionnliiuuliticiition prevails:
nor do we seethe ubsrureof some such
1 noiiltiiriitiiin in the application of the law
a nv where. Hut where there is to much nf
I liribcrv, corruption, intimidation and
I other hindrances to pure and unlettered
ullraue. there must Is; evolved some
method which will secure alike the riiihl
of the unlettered voters and tbe purity of
tbe ballot. Tut work ol relorm l on it
FOR A PUBLIC PARK.
THE COMMITTEE NEARLY
READY TO REPORT.
A LIST OF THE PROPERTIES TEN
DERED THE CITY,
President Powell Heartily In Fa
vor of the Park ttcherue HIM
Ideaa on It.
The committee npHinted by the Board
of Aldermen to look for a suitable loca-
lion for a public park are doing their
work well and faithfully, and when they
submit their report it will contain the
list of a number of properties, and il any-
ine of them is accepted it can be mode
into a thing of beauty and certainly a
One oner has been made to the com
mittee which is decidedly flattering. The
iwners of the Sulphur Springs will give
fifty acres of land adjoining them to the
ity provided it will be improved and
used for park purposes. The land is
heavily timbered, nnd among its other
ittractious is a spring of pure fresh
water. The oulv objection to It is its
listance from the city.
Another property which has met with
i'nvor in the eves of the committee is Kiv-
.rside I'urk, the property of Brecse &
Pcnland, It contains forty-three acres
if land, is three fourths timbered and
lias three springs. This is much nearer
to the citv and with but little work
:ould be made into a very attractive
luce. The price is $2(1,000.
The pine lands on the line of the street
railway, owned by Kuwls brothers,
contain eighteen acre. They are near
the depot and have lieen offend for
J. .B. Bostic owns forty acre of land
in Charlotte lreet. If the city will pur--hase
it for park purposes he will donate
ten acre of it and sell the remaining
thirty for $.8U(i.
W. M. Cocke, jr., owns three piece of
land. The first is known as May Place
ind is near Knmoth. It contain thirty-
live acres and is offered to the cummit-
ice for $150 an acre. The second is near
the French Broad river and near his
Iwelling. It has thirteen acres nml is of-
ered for $.5,0011. The third consists of
live and a half acres nf land known as
ihe Catholic property. It is offered for
Knwls Brothers offer two places to
he city. The second is in West Ashe
ville. contains seven acres and the price
is $3 000.
There are a number of other places
tvhich would make good locutions for
imrks, and the committee would Ik
pleased to receive n projiosition from the
Mr. G. S. Powell, chairman of the com
nit tee, is heartily in favor of a public
park, and echoes the sentiments of a
iarge number of the progressive citizens
if Asheville with his own ideas.
"I would like to see the city spend
$50,000 for a park," he aid yesterday.
It would be as good an investment ns
was ever made here, and one that would
lie thoroughly appreciated by both rt-si-
lent nnd visitor. It is just what Ashe
ville needs now and needs badly, and it
hould not stop until it has a park that
it ran be proud or. It snoum iiiciuiir
verything that the tieople could rcason
ibly ask for. It should have a pavilion,
i club houc, pleasant drives und a truck
on which horse can lie iccricd. I do
not think that the city would ever re
gret the expenditure of the money.
Aslievillei a big resort. It attracts
thousunds of people annually, and every
thing should be done to favor and en
courage the visitors. I ncy want just
.ucli a place for amusement and they
should hnve it. In a few year the citv
vill doubtless be one of the inland re
sort of the country and it will Ik
.tn absolute necessity that we have a
public park. It better taut we
net it now while property i
heap and have it in rendine.
think it should be near the city and
easy of access, so that it can Ik visited as
ftcn as desired and with but little
All in all. Asheville needs a park and
should hnve one.
The World-Fanird Vlollnlal
Appear In Anhevllle.
The Young Men's Christian Association
hnve engaged Ovide Musin, the famed
violinist, who is making a tour of the
South with a company of artists, lor
April 22 and 23. Mom. Musin is nccom
pnnied by Mrs. Annie Louise Tanner, the
ionrano. so well-known in Boston and
New York, Miss Charlotte Nicolni con
tralto, Sig. Clrmente Bologna baritone
and Mr. Iidward Scharl pianist.
These are all artist of note and un
dnubtedly the best that have ftpKnred in
Asheville this season. The Young Men's
Chrislinn Association deservcgrrnl credit
for their enterprise in securing them
This) will probably be the last of the ex
cellent scries of entertainments that they
have furnished this winter.
The Lyceum discussed the control of
railroads by legislation Inst night, Mr
T. A.Jone made the opening address
and presented both side of the question
in a tuir and nhlc mniiner.
Murringt license were to-day Issued to
T. G. Wilson and Lillic V. McKoy, and
James W. Nash and Harriet S. Keener, all
There were seventy-six arrival at the
principal hotel yesterday.
W, C. Griffin, of New York, ii regit-
I tered at tbe Oratid Central.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
Manchester, Vn., has chicken thieves,
Norfolk, Va., had a frost on Raster
Tonno, Va., has been made a weather
Shields' circus was attached at Green
ville, S. C, by two unpaid employes.
The United States steamer Baltimore
is in the dry dock at Portsmouth, Vu,
Mount Olive church at Bedford, Va.,
was unroofed by n severe wind storm.
The grocery and licpior store of W. VV.
Wyatt, at Portsmouth, was destroyed
Frank Jose ohs, who killed Griff Bonds,
near Union Mines, W, Va.,last week, has
The Sharon Baptist church, fifteen
miles from Danville, Vu., was totally de
stroyed by tire.
Walter King, aged 10, was accident
ally shot at Greenville, S. C, by a play
mate. He died instantly.
Some young men at Atlanta, Ga., have
organized the Grady Cndets, in honor ol
the late Henry W. Grady.
William Duffle Newell, an old Confed
erate veteran of Portsmouth, died and
wn buried with military honors.
The ground of the Inter-State Farm
ers' Encampment at Spartanburg, S. C.
have been sold to the city for a park.
The liquor license fee nt Augusta, Ga.,
has lieen advunced and druggists whi
sell lire water will have to puy a special
Judge J. A. Lancaster, of Montgomery,
fell Irom a new flat bout into the Coosa
river and sustained probably fatal inju
ries. Confederate decoration day was ob
served in New Orlenns. Jefferson Davis
monument wus loaded with floral trib
utes. Postmaster Cates, of Newcomb, Tenn.,
filled a mini mimed Coins full of shot be
cause of his beiug too familiar with Mrs.
A Newfoundland dog, which was taken
for a black bear, came near cnusmg n
riot among the negroes of Lynchburg,
L. Grout Knkins. of the I'nited Statet
geological survey, thinks he hus found u
uluahle deposit ol polvcrusc near .Mari
etta, S. C.
Mary lane Hatch, a quadroon, of Tus-
uinbia, Ala., died suddenly after tlu
isit ul a faith cure doctor and foul play
In a test case brought by Armour &
Co.. ol Chicago, in the irgimit suprenu
court the meat insiection law has been
I.e Rove Uouclass, of Mobile, Ala.,
hah hcen cullid us an expert to examini
he book of dcluultini; Mate lrensurei
Hemingway, of Mississippi.
Twentv-six indictments have been
brought ugainst Hen Pullcn, jr.. at Mem
phis, lor the embezzlement of city funds.
le is nccuscu oi wuiKiug away mu u,-
The Louisville Times say that ii
Chauncey Ik-pew was correctly reported
in his Washington interview he is both
a nuscrulile coward nun a coniemptiuic
In a dispute over a line fence, near
Charleston, W. Vn., Wood Cochran was
hot bv W. li. Thompson. The wounded
man is in a criticul condition nnd Thomp
son is in jail.
Marshal UiiL-land was fatally wounded
at Iroiidnlc, Ala., by friends of a negro
who he was attempting to arrest. Othei
ithcers oienrd lire on the darkies ami
got three of them.
The trouble with the bricklayers ol
Pcicrshiirif hus 'leen compromised. .Sine
hours will constitute a day's work, aim
there will Ik an advance of fifteen cents
K-r day in wages.
The Georgia Farmer' Alliance will
make every man who i up lor ofhee
promise to do his Im-si for the abolition
ol the convict lease system ociurc tucv
will vole for him.
lames McDonald, a 17 year old lad ol
Augusta, was nccidcnlully shut and in
stantly killed by Charles Spears, aged
1. They were examining a revoivci
when il was discharged.
Frnnk M. Bell, of Montcomerv. Ala..
rode his bicycle a quarter of a mile in U2
seconds, The lst record heretofore it
3(1 2-5 seconds nnd was made at Spring
field, Mass., irrlMN5.
The South Carolina poultry and pet
stock iissncintion have invited the Amei-
ienn noultrv association to hold US next
annual meeting at Charleston, Ik-t ween
the duvs of lanuiiry 1 ana in, lmu.
A New York syndicate ha made a
proposition to connect West Lynchburg,
Vn.. with the city proper by electric street
ruilwav if the city council will grant the
right of way through a certain street.
Thomas I'arrisli told a suloon kerpei
: Nashville that the police were going
to raid him and when they found it nut
they arrested Thuniit for interfering
with othcer 111 the discharge ol their
A man named Mcllnn and another
named Smith foimht a bloody tight near
Mornstown, Tenu., nnd .Mcllun was so
badly iKiiten with n rock thnt it is
thouuht he will die. Whiskey caused Ike
William lliinrl,-. was found o-uilte of
the murder ol Ivdwiircl Walker at Hel
ton! Citv. Va.. mid sentenced to thirteen
venrs in the penitentiary. On a former
trial he uot eighteen years, but the ver
dict was set aside.
Phosntmte hunter at Orlando, Fla,
found n piece of Ktrilied red cedar in s
creek The .rain of the wood is so natu
rally preserved that it looks as if it could
IK cut Willi a Kline, nut 11 is aonu atone,
and the red color ol the wood has been
precipitated in bright carmine spot,
The Nashville American tell a story of
n mnn who went to church in thnt city
listened to n sotur bv the choir and was
so affected that he confessed an hour
Inter to lieinu a SlO.OOO-reward-outlnw
the story reads well, but a the Ameri
can forget to give name it may no
doubt be sillily placed amongthe"fakc."
Cnnuressmnn lame Pltelan wrote
real saucy letter to John M. Fleming,
editor of the Knnxville Sentinel, and inti
mated that he ex 1 Kited a challenge In re
turn. But Mr. Fleming didn't challenge,
he simply wrote a snrcustic letter and
ripKd Congressman lame Phelan all
up the back. The Wailiingtonend of the
line ha not yet been beard from, but he
is the laughing stock of tbe country Just
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, -4 South Main St.
harmle:i h: ad ac he
They art Specific.
CjtUI-f M apt a -, bra
l-Mer utrratir. 1 briar
Vr wit kr Ina-H r fcjr
0J HOFF'IM DHU0 CO.
ii Mtln St., Buffalo, N.Yi and Intomitlgul Bridft, Out
ro SALS T
J. S. GRANT.
If yuur prescriptions are prepared at
Grant's I'harmacy you can positively de-
Ktid upon these facta: First, thatonlyihe
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 lie charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
irant's Pharmacy, 2tSuuthMamstrect.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deli vet ed tree ot charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Orant'a Phar
macy, S4 South Mum street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed by any other drug house in the city.
We are determined to sell as low a the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medl
ines at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest unortment oi
Chumois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, allsiics, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey s
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Vsc Hunconilte Liver Pills, tbe best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly teliable remedy for all
blood diseases is liunconilie Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. OK AST, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, X. C.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank of Asheville.
BARGAINS at WIIITLOCK'S
Every line of goods in onr
stock nt reduced prices. New
Spring Dress Good., includ
ing Outing Cloths, Ginghams,
Sateens, Chnllics, Mohairs,
Henriettas, Silks, Velvets, etc.
Counterpanes, Lace Cur
tains nnd Curtain Draperies,
and Household Linens ot
nstoniHliingly low prices.
Laces, Embroideries nnd
White Goods in grent quan
tity at 5, 8, 10. 12, 15, 20
and 2."c. that cannot be
matched nt the price.
New lot of Sun Umbrellas
and Fancy Parasols, the
most elegant ever shown in
Asheville. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at $1, worth $2.
Great bargains in Muslin,
Merino and Gauze Underwear
for Ladies, Misses nnd Chil
dren. Reduced prices in Corsets,
Gloves nnd Hosiery.
Millinery nt prime cost, in
eluding Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something New We sell
the only absolutely Fust
Black Hosiery in the market
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or