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Asheville Daily Citizen
lu THE CITIZEN.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AHQ FOR
Notlexccedlng three Unci,
One Time, 20 cents. Three Timet, BO cent.
Six Timet, 73 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 3.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1890. .
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
-Tllli LBADItKU IN-
A N D
THE KNTIRH STOCK OF SUASON
AULB GOODS IN THE ABOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST, TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE 1
GREAT BARGAINS I CALL EARLY !
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mile Booth of Aihcvillc, on A. 8. K. K.
Per Month 40 0O
Per Week la "
Per Day 00
Dinner and Tea Parties on onctlay'tnotice.
Tttoa. A. Morris, Prop.,
aprlO dtf Ardcn, N. C.
j. w. u. WH.Lt.
4HTIU KJ. WILLI).
A8HBVILLB, N. C.
Office Barnard Bulldin. P. O. Ilox 08.
Plant, "iiedlieotlon.. Details, c. forevery
clan, of building at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cnll and lit. nrl0l3m
Athevloe. N. C. April 11, 1MK0.
The cuiiartnerthlt. hcrctofure existing be
iween the underalKncd, under the firm name
of 1'ULUAM CO.. I thin daydlMolved by
mutual content. The debt, due by tuld Urn.
will be paid by Lawrence Pulllam, and the
dcbU due to Mid rm will be paid to him
ad the bualncu continued by him.
D. C. WAUDBI.L.
rn .... nBn,nl. of the flHNt :
I have thla day told my Intercut anil wood
will In the Inturance hutlnett In Athcvllle to
i..iii.n. who will continue the
butlntn. I betpcak for him a continuance
of Tour patroaaRC.
D. C. WADPBLI
-3IEY THERE !t-
A Word With You.
No. 88 Patton Avenue,
Wants to nee you. Ilisspring
Is 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 t Uxfora
. Ties in groat variety for
spring and summer wear.
NO. SB PATTON AVENUE.
niJOM WITH UMAKU.
Nicely furnl.hed room tollable fur two la
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
Wo have been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stock during tin'
past two weeks. Two floors
lacked with goods. We have
never been better prepared
to serve the people than now.
and we invite everybody to
come and see our goods and
learn our prices. We have
never advertised an article
that we did not have, and
never offered anything as a
bargain that was not really
and truly asrepitsented,and
are always ready to refund
money where our goods are
not as represented. Come to
the "Big Racket."
WALTKR B. OWVM. W. W. WK.T.
GVYN & WEST,
(8uccettors to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commlttlcmcrt ol !cedt.
OFriCK-Hoalhratl Court aqnare.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loam te urely placed at 8 per cent.
Office, i !I4 Jk 30 Patton Ave. 8econd floor.
( Formerly of Lyman i Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Lonnt teeurely placed at 8 Her cent.
t ALB OF HBAL B8TATB.
I wl'l offer for tale at the court honte ilemr
the ilil day of May. IHliti, at 111 m., the Oil
A lot of land, with ihelmprpvcment.thcre.
iu.. ........ ih. .,1.1 ririitit of W. N. C K. K,
Co.. aiU'lnln the Inmlt of Hlrrt wood Ht Mo
lllnn't old foundry lot, lieKlnnlng at a.tntc
on the eatt tide of the railroad track, the
8 W corner ol tnlil lounnrr iui n,,, .m,.- ......
that line N nil ilcurrc. It ion iee n
.i . uH Ammn. Art inlnutrt H Ino feet U
a .take thence 8 100 feet OU deurvc. W 1 mi
fret to a ttnkej thence N 3(1 drureet M mln
ule. W ISO (ret to the hrirlnntnil. containing
about one-third of an acre more or let..
This lot contain, a roou imm.
with brick naiemrnt, Itroomt. and a aimd
well of water. 8ltunted nenr the line of W.
N. C. K. R. and the C. H. tlranam '
.. .nil nlh., fai'lurl. Oriir the nCW OClHlt,
It could be mail, valuable at a uonnllnK or
tenement houc. ,
Termt oncthlrd cath, balance "n"
two year.. j. it. " " " "
J AM Ell FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
ARent for Rcem. Creek Woolen Mlllt,
North Main Athcvllle, N. C
Toolt and atock for a Plumbing and Tin
nlng butlncM, Bnqulre of
C. 8. COOPKH,
llneement No. 38 Patton Avenue.
W, G. CARMICHAEL,
SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I liave
ai ried on a Drug and Pre-
ription business in Ashe-
ille, striving at all times to
uy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
nd fresh and my prices as
ovv as the lowest. Prescrip-
ions filled at all hours, day
.nd night, and delivered free
f charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Ainissiswitn
ii - 1 1 J...
me, and will no pieusmi to
meet his friends and custom
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent and
ppreeiative Asheville and
merican families, ralates
nd tastes of people who le-
ieve in good liviiigcannotbe
in mbugged by "Chen p J ohn"
goods. Cheap goods and
first quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spe-
mlties. comprismir in part
ruits, Urannes, lieimjns,
rnnberries, Kaisms, rigs,
Nuts, etc ,
Miscellaneous ChoiieO. K
New Orleans Molasses, for ta
le use, Prune iNew Orleans
Molasses, for eookinu;. hx-
tra fine Assortment of Crack-
rs. Fine Teas ami Coltei's a
Mill, Ments Gordon & Dilworth's,
anil other lirnnil. riuml'iidding, Calf's
lot Jelly, etc. rrcKHcdnnu trysinnwo
lliriT. nlWItl KOC 111 Kill. IMPVIItrillltB
ml nil nthrr L'oods ill demand fur the
Holidays. S- K. Kl.n.l-.K.
We beg to return thanks
for the substn n t in 1 reec. ijp i i
tions of our great pains in
the collection of an unusu
ally attractive stock, and
to direct special attention
to our medium und lino
Dress Ooods, Silks, Vel
vets, Hatines, Ginghams,
wear and Kid Gloves.
Correct styles at reason
able juices all along tho
line, with a number of de
sirable things, at u fourth
below prevailing prices.
II. REDWOOD & CO
Clothing, Dry Goods. Shoes. Hats, Small
wares, ami inri"i
7 and 0 I'ntton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver
IN SHOES- OF ALL GRADES,
AhIicvIUc, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
Tim insjuihy a protracted one has
caused a fierce light to beat upon the al-
legca cruelties oi tupiain mcv.unu """
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other officers on rioara tne enterprise,
nnrl in mv rnae. the outcome is likelv to
prove of material benefit to "poor Jack.
In Ciiicaiso the recent city election I
proved a great victory for the "Sunday
est" party, which opposes open bars,
lcn theatres and opera immorality ul
lull blast in the city. A decent -cgnrd lor
Sabbath quiet is now likely to be hnd in
Roiikkt L. Lkk is a stoutly-built man
of middle height, with a rotund fnccguilt
less of hair, und anclongated while mous
tache He is cue u tht four sons of the
great Confederate general, and lives on u
farm not far from Alexandria, where he
leads the life of a quiet-going Virginia
farmer, seldom obtruding himself upon
the public gage.
Hhnkv Ci.kws, one of the U'st known
bankers in New York, is bald on top,
wears eyeglasses and aflccts the German
uicrn. lie bciian life as a broker's clerk,
nd when the war broke out, commenced
to make monev on his own account and
laid the basis of the fortune which he af-
lerwnrda accrued. He invested henvilv
in Oeorina bonds which the State after-
wards repudiated and caused him to fail,
but he began over again, and is now
, ,i ,., ii,o n,;iiin.,irn. .,f r.,it limn,
Helms two sons and a house on Thirty-
fourth street, besides a nrcttv turn for
conversat on. i s face s adorned w th
nairol miittonhoi. side-whiskers and
moiistnclic, and his home by a benuti-
ul mid i.uecnlv wife. lie is fond of dininu
WHAT THE SOUTH NEEDS.
Ex-Governor Robert l.owry, of Missis-1
ippi, writing in the North American Re-1
iew, and 8icakiiig for his own State I
and for the South generally, says that
three things are generally needed, namely:
systematized labor, less legislation, and
apital ; and the greatest of these is capi
From 1874, since the people of the
South took things into their own hands
nd claimed for themselves home rule, the
section has grown rapidly in wealth and
prosperity, the Governor savs. As an in
stance ol this he mentions that in 1SS0
Mississippi spent $1,000,000 for public
liouls. This is a large sum certainly to
one who has not lived in an atmosphere
of public schools; but it must he mucin-
licred that some large cities of the I nioti
IH'tid each as much as that for education
Contrary to the opinion of many, Mr.
l.owry declares that negro lalior is ami
alwavs will lie the chcnicst and best
that can Ik- obtained for raising cotton.
It might lie mentioned that the negro Ims
ecu raising something else than cotton
in the South now for a number of years,
Until natural adaptability to the climate
and natural inclination fit the colored
man for cotton culture, in the judgment
of Governor I.owry
Too much legislation has liccn the banc
of the South, says the Governor. He 11
wise man to have discovered that
Prophets und sages alike agree 111 the
dictum that we have far too many laws
and that the higher the civilization the
lewer laws will Ik needed. TlicGovcruor
longs to hear from one end of the fait
South to the other the busy hum ol
factories, particularly cotton lacloriis.
Mississippi is especially adapted to tluin,
with cheap labor, cheap fuel, cheap laud,
110 end of water, and the raw material
raised ill profusion.
Finally, 1N0O finds the Southern Slates
more nrosiierotis than they have been
any time in the last twenty-live years.
Mines, factories, farming and all vckii
turns are reasonably remunerative. Cai-
tal is greatly needed to develop the re
sources of the country, and monev in
vested In the South, we are to inlcr,
would pay handsomely.
The neiuocrwtlc Tide WetlliiK In,
Strnws arc abundant showing that the
wmil is mowing t lie nemoeratie way.
The West is hccuininir, democratic. The
ifiiublican fullacy is becoming Utter un
derstood. The falsity of the party claims.
the insincerity ot its pretrntietl rclorms,
mill Its protection 01 nen trust, ami cor-
IHirations are becoming more apparent
tn the oeiiiile of the middle class and
working people generally, who are the
sufferers l.y the corrupt policy 01 tne re-
The Mlnteaiiicn In a Quandary.
Republican statesmen in congmismntle
so mnny l'r"iij.s during
1 lifri.' iKvn.tiiim ,. burden to them,
The old soldier and the colored brother
want now what was then iirom.sed, ami
Ihrv Wllllt it hilt V. too, If these prom
isrs are kept tne country win ue nnnt.
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lipt, lino ii liny in ". v.
he statesmen win not ngnm go iu ran
Advice lo UeinocrnlH In Coitstrewt.
When the iwoiilc ulve the democrncy a
.....l.irilv In fitiiirn'ttM. n. thev will Stirrlv
. J ... t I. ...:,l I lu
iio nexi novcmiier.u win iiv iii.icciiiiiiKii
i.. l..r...i, ,,i n lir.iml nimsurr ol fnnll
n fnrm. t'titil then the work of the dento
entile members is lo cxiMinrthc grotesque
leatnres nnd pcriileioiis principles of the
McKitiley bill. The rcpul.licaus are tlunc-
ing, nnd they must pay tne piper.
la lie I.ohIiik HlNtUrlpf
Siienkcr Reed must lie losing his grip
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Hint iH-neon llarrisoii attained the I'mii
drncy bv means of cnsli raised l.y Holy
lonn wnnnmaser nun iiisirnnueii
I Imksol rive liudlev. i li to nine tne
charge has nut been tlciiietf l.y the repub-
IT WAS ONLY A BLUFF.
THOUGHT THEY WANTED
TO LYNCH HARRIS.
oaicer Hunter wan Informed of
It but he Didn't Hcare-Mew
Theory Oalnliitf CSrounct
No ArrentH To-Uay.
There was some talk amoiigthemgroes
of West Asheville last night of organizing
a mob und lynching Tom Harris, who is
in the county jail charged with the mur
der of Harriet Williums. A colored man
rushed up the street and told as much to
Officer Hunter, but he hud no fear of such
a happening and did not report it to the
Nothing unusual did occur and it is
hardly probable that the enraged col-
rcd citizens will attempt to step in
ahead of the law.
There wcrc no more arrests inudc to-
lay, but the theory that the woman wns
murdered for her land and not the money
on her person is gaining ground, and it is
nw thought that more implicated per-
than the munlcrcr were on un
ground on Saturday night. Three tracks,
two made by men and one bv a woman
were lound in a corn liclil n.ljoining tne
llout. '" ll"-' n w"" lo l,,r
mat tncy were made on tiatuniay nigm,
and not during tlu-tlnv. He was near an")
wouiu nave sn tne people wncn tuey
i"rns now in mivc ...u K n, m
fhi case, and His claimed that Unl.
Foreman "ns told two dilTerent stories
e""-'"""H l,ir wlicrcnliouts on thai
mum. tine wiib mui biiv wiib hi mi
home and the other that she went to the
old depot with friends. The old depot
js on the road to the dead woman's
home. The officers are following every
cue and are doing their utmost to run
down the guilty iiersons.
IN THE MAYOR'S COURT.
Lot or Meitro OrTeuderH Who
FiKht and Vurtte.
The Mnyor's court was crowded with
negro men nntl women this morning.
Several of their nunilicr.all of the weaker
sex, were charged with fighting and us
ing profane language and the remainder
came along either as witnesses or to see
that it was all done right.
illic Cundlcr was the first one whose
name was called. She was accused of
saying naughty things to Jane Mills and
wns found guilty. Millev Wilson came
next and her guilt wnsalso easily proved
and she was assessed $5. Then came
the trial of Alicy Keiislernnd Amerieus Sel
lers, llnth wcrc charged with breaking
of the commandments and Jnnc
Milts was perfectly willing to admit that
they had done it. The result was that
Amerieus was fined $.".
Alter the cuurt had adjourned the
Mayor delivered a lecture to the nil
"If you don't keep liclter order down
there," he said, "I will hitvc the place de
dared n nuisance nntl everyone of you
Henry Anderson, 11 plain ilitu.k, was
It wmh Perfectly aiinple
Several olfieers were seated iiImiuI the
sliciifl'i otliec yesterday tliscussing at
torneys, their ways and their methods,
Among other things the habit of law
vers of abbreviating words and even
sentences was PiMiken of and several 1.1
stances were remarked.
The worst instance that ever came
More mc," said Sheriff Reynolds finally
was sometime ago, mid I will not for
net it soon oilier. A document wns
handed to mc just before court oiciird,
mid when I looked lor the charge 1 only
found the letters. 'K. I. W. !.' Of course
I tried to make It out and couldn't tlo it
and then I made a rush for that lawyer,
and finally run him down. He listened
cnhiilv to my complaint, took the paic
aml announced that the four letters in
the complaint stootl for killing fish with
li..nn.ji. n,i tlmt nnvlHxIv ought to
An Accidental CultliiK,
John llaird, who works nt the Farm-
ers' warehouse, received a painlul cut in
his leg yesterday. lie and Mr. li. II.
Davis, tlie nuelionccr. wcrc talking and
llaird was worrying Mr. Davis in n piny
f . . . . .. nnlnrked "1 11
'. h l l.l.n Ul. n small
I ,HK.kct knife which was in his hand
I Kit JWH ...... "
The blow was not intended to do any
Jun,,,, but Mr. Dnvis' hand slipiwd nntl
hMc t)(0K M(t 4lrm.k Mr.tnir(n
the left leg just aln.vc the knee, .ciictrnt
Inif about a half inch. Dr. Weaver
dremKil the wound nnd Mr. llaird will I
- .....I ... r...i,n for n ilnv or two.
The l.lnt of l.tnler.
The tax listers for lliincomlic county
for 1M1I0 have licen npNiinlctl. They are
as follows: T. J. Cnrlaiid, Avery
Creek i J. W. Morgan, l-owcr Hominy
M. I.. Morgan, rpir Hominy i M
Sliiiok, Leicester; J. II. Reynolds, Sandy
. . , m
- 1 Young. Fairview ; G. V. Yoimcf. Swan
wu.iij j. i.
mnun . Jus. McNain, lllnck Mountain
11. II. Uenunn. Rrems Creek: Isaac II
cnnihc. I'lal Creek ; V. II. Hunter, I rench
llroiu : 8. '. Williams, ivy A. I. Mitn
A Mperlal rollceman,
Por some time pnst a nninlwr of par-
tie. have Im. .....king merry ..round the
- gas house and the nuthorllies hnv come
I to the conclusion that forlKnrnnce
I ceaard tti lie n virtue and nsked for It
ti.:. ... Wll
H.linmti. This mornltiK WiL
I Ham Davis was npolutctl and sworn in
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Raleigh is to have a dancing academy.
Forest fires arc numerous near Wadcs
boro. In March seventy-one arrests were
made in Kalcigh.
Miss Ida Rosenthal died at Raleigh
from the third attack of the grip.
It is reported that friends of Father
Uoylc sjicnt $5,000 on his Inst trial.
Sixty buildings arc in the course of
construction at Raleigh, nearly all dwell
ings. Pour hundred new and handsome Yale
lock boxes for the Kuleigh postofficc have
Mr. Daniel Stimson, one of the best
tnd most highly rcsiectcd citizens of
New Ilcrnc, is dead.
The Clansman is the name of a paper
that will make its first apicarauec at
Tnylorsvulc on May 1
The Kinu's Daughters, of Greensboro,
own a $500 lot and will erect o hospital
during the coming summer.
, , . 1
TIik Ilnln Tnlwirrn roiminnv silent I
$77S,()(IU Inst year in advertising $U0,-
000 u month or $2,000 a day
Hcnrv Alston, living near I'ittsboro,
put a ball in his left leg while fooling
UH n supposed unloaded gun.
A Zanesville, Ohio, boiler man is alleged
to have Ins eve on Raleigh ami that lie
ill start a machine shop there.
Greensboro intends to have an electric
fire alarm and representatives ol two
companies arc already in the city.
C. Fisher, sheriff of Cumberland
untv. is dead and I. 11. Smith has been I
ppoiuieu 10 mi me uucxpiiuu ii-im.
A sixty unllon still with six fcrmcntcrs
and twenty yanls ol iron piping were
tut at the place.
When the Roekv Mount mills receives I
its 5.01 ( newsp.mlles wh.eli it lias jusi
ordered they will lie the largest cotton I
ills in the State. I
C. Watkins struck a rich vein of gold I
? .. . . . . . . ? . 1
h.le pros.ccting on 111s miner s iitrm
nr Troy. It is three leet in diameter I
and near the surface.
W. S. Soikcs was sand bagged and I
robbed of $L2 nt Smoky Hollow, near I
Durham. Two men were implicntetl ana 1
the victim thinks they arc darkeys.
U..I. ...Mn..M n Iwtlrl n I
State convention and cut loose from the
miii,L:ii iivkiuvo . van.,. ....... ,
Iilif wilitifiitiia. whom thev claim have I
ear after yenr used them as a tool. I
Rev. 1. A. Uriducs wns ordained to the I
full work of the gospel ministry nt
)ringhoie. The presbytery consisted I
1,1 V.B. J. .... WMW ...... ... . . I
... U . II M nb.nn, w 11 llnrtn-r I
, , , ,,. I
The three year old son of Ralph Hill, I
who lives near Wilkckboro, was fatally 1
burned by his clothes catching fire and I
llll tl lVU UII B HIWI .,.v. ...
icretl uniom agonies.
Kullin l'arris ll was arrested in i-ranx-
lit, ....tv..Hu-niH.-d from his uuard. B,'looa aiscascs is vuneonioeoarsnparnm.
had a high tunc in the woods lor several
U11VS. lie was iiniiny run uuwu unu
no w in jail nt Henderson.
The uostofiiee receipts nt Greensboro I
entitle that city to free delivery and the
coiinci has ordered the lourcs numiiereti I
so that when lohn Waiiamaker gives his I
consent nothing will stand in mc way.
li.. ri.1. w 1f nntl wprb tmtcnta were
ranted to North Carolinians as follows:
I u ii...l..b X..,l...,., I L Ki.n.l lin.ltlr -
i. K. Lilnv.Sotttli .Mills.clnmp lor nrmitn
hicr;ii. r. oowcrs, eiiuicsvnic, siuvc
Waiiinu's saw mill nt Wnshiiigton, n.
,un .l.it rnvi.fl lir firp. Most of the I
luiiilKrwnssavcdb.it the building and SprilliT DlVSS fiOOtls, illflud
innchinery was n total loss. )ncthous-
nd dollars insurance will only partially
itvi viiv ut. .
lohn C. Cnrrow has withdrawn from
the order of the G. A. R. Irccause he is a
FreeWill ilaptist and claims that the
tiiiliinrv firLiiinizatiiii. is not conducted
in a manner consistent with the princi -
ples ol that church. I
Modire of the Independent Order of
I... I l.'..ri. I,,.. I.n or,.,, liri'il ill lltll- I
ille with the following olhecrs: K. A.
Cooly, noble grand ; L. M. Conycrs,
ice grand; R. I'. Conyers, secretary , and
H..v. Father Charles, of Knlciuh. who
li Kick., rrtiisiin'r. I
. . ti i .i..:.... i.: t...H I
St IKK to rilllier ikfvii; iihiiiik
trouble and visited him olten in jail, says
now that he leels that the Mate has Dccn
HIV llllll 11V ! ... ...
id of a vile scoundrel nnd the church ol
an unworthy and low-lived priesi,
The Morehcnd Ilnnking company nt
Durham has increased its capital stock
lo $1."iO,000 so that it can nt.cn a house
nt llurlinuton. Alamnnec county. Ilur-
liiiL'toi. has raised the $10,000 reutiired
ol.t nnd the business will be oiiened
as lie was going ion row in ine wi.
i.r!i..,il,ii ii I iii hi. hniul. He it short
one nrm now and has n badly lacerated
face, but the doctors think they can pull
i.:... a i i.
Mi Smith, of Vorkvill. 8. C. nnd
Willis Henderson were thrown from n I
Iii.l'l'v near Charlotte nnd seriously in
jure.!. 1 he young .any. wn.p,cKeu up
nil unconscious cono.i.on out ii
thouuhtshe will completely recover. It I
nil was caused by a runaway horse.
The Roekv Mount nostoffice difficulty
has been partially hriducd. Sylvia Drake,
the colored woman who wns appointed, niOV(lt, .,,,,1 lInHj,,i.v
got a while man to go on her bond onlu,u'tB Ml,,, iioniii.
conililioii that ms son wouiu tio
work nnd gel the pay. .Sylvia is only
llgurc llctin nun mc innpic uiv uppur
Auood illuslrntion was given of the
almost litimnnlulelligencc of some of the
lower niiimnl crention nt Nashville. A
horse liclonging too gcntlcmnn in that
town I WHO niso owns nn iiiieiiiireiu
sheiiherd dog) being left unattendeil,
sinrteu m run wiin iiiihiu. .ifix-ij. .i,itl. i . . , ., ,
dog immediately started after him, and IllaCK Hosiery 111 tllO market
gelling in Irontol the rminwny, jumieii
nt ins nenn nno coiiiiniicn m iiiik mi iui uiiuii'Q, itimncn tiiiu vam
..m . in... (oiiit hi. lirtinuht hint to n stand I
!.. Ilnllitnret f A . I Vent nl li1lim
lust week, nt which Senator Vance wns
ni uw limn m "'"Pl- . .
l.jli,1 to tl..livfr the nclilrrsa. the flFirrre
of Docloi of IVntnl Surgery was con-
ferret! uium the following North Cnro -
llnintis: R. W. Reese, til ndk.n county
lit (1 lln.i..au. nl lMliLMliimt miinlv.
11, lllllillfl'-'.l"1 ......
M. II. Hunter, ol Yadkin county; I. u.
I.nmlim. of Chnthnm county: I. H. Dug -
irer. of Wnrren county i 1). T. 8mlthwk:k,
of Vance county ; J. H. Ilcnton, M. D
SamtHHn county; J. U. Hreclund.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 34 South Main St.
I USE HOFFMAN'S
They if Sptctfte.
Cn taints plw, tarn
or iirrtun. turjmn
T-tl...l .1 "
nr sU bv araralaU ar bf
HOFFMAN DRUG CO.
55 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y, and International Bridg,0nt.
VOK SALS ST
J. S. GRANT.
If your prescriptions are prepared ut
Grant's I'hnrmacyyou can positively de-
lixnd upon these facts: First, that only tlie
fln( d 0j cilcmicals will
oe uscu , secunu. inev win m tuuunNM-
' ' J
cd carefully and accurately by an expert
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not Ik charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grunt's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
orduy, and dcliveied tree ol charge to
I . . M. . -I.. I. -If ....If
any part 01 meciiy. tnewgn,
lu, nnawntl nromotlr. Grunt's I'hur-
I niacK, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Vhurnmcy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quol'
ed by any other drux house in the city.
determined to sell as low us the
lowest, even 11 we nave 10 lose money uj
so doinu. We will sell all Patent Medi-
. f j u, t)t ifocc.
essurr, to meet thepnee of any compel
We have the largest ussortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 2(10
. . ... . .
skins, all sues, at the lowest prices.
He are the agents for Humphrey's
llomwopathic Medicines. A full supply
... . . . .
Lsc isuncomnc Liver ruis, mc uesi in
the world lor liver complaints, inuiges-
. thn,Mv ),, n.-r for all
I " -oj -
... . ....
fry a bottle and you will takenootner.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, A. C.
I T TT T T T, (i (! I ' S.
I - w -
Every lino of goods in our
Utock at reduced prices
mjr tJUtlllgL lotllS, (illlgliaillS,
SattHMIS, C'liallieS, Mohail'S,
lll'lineuas, MIKS, ClVeiS,eiC.
1 CoUIlterpaiM'S, LllCO Cui"-
taiUS lllltl LUrtlllll lU'llpei'ieS,
I .. . t, I ll T! i.
1 1111(1 llDUSUIIUUl JIHt'IlM UL
astonishingly low pI'lCCS.
LllCCS, Klllbl'OitlerieS 1111(1
I .... n j .
unu iiiiuiin in jJiiftiL tunu-
a fr , . f C t
I tit V at O, o, JU. 1J, 1
and 2."c. that cannot
inatx'hed at the price,
New lot of Sun Umbrellas
and Fancy Parasols, tho
..OHt oleffant ever shown in
- i,..! iu,. l,.r ..f Kill.
I -veiin.1 inu. jiimi iviuvui unii.
. . . ..t
I'lirasols at f 1, WOl'tll f 2.
I . - .. ,i-m
v,,v,lt ' Jmimm,
Merino and (Jauzo Underwear
n f T1. ., ,. r)lj.
Reduewl prices in Corsets,
inci ,,, l. ,...;,,, :
a I minvij an pi nuc wnv, m-
- i ... ,, , .... , . i,
eluding 1 lilts, Ribbons, I'low-
,.,. I.,n 1wll.u
Now Wo Hell
i . . 1 i l
tllO Ollly llbsolutidy
drctu uIho for Men und ltoy8.
They lilt) guaranteed llOt tO
dye, (TOt'k 01' tUl'U glVOU, Or
I " w
ofl nrtlTTSf maim HTBRHT.
of BOWXH MAW EBT,
uppotiu omnu of AtMTlut.
die or aenucmcu. ioit ""?;"";