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Asheville Daily Citizen
In THE CITIZEN.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
NoCcxccrdlng three Unci,
One Time, 2n cent. Three Timet, SO centi.
till Times, 73 cents.
VOLUME VI. NO. 7.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
- TIIU l.liAllliKHIN
A N II
THIS UNTIRF. STOCK OF SliASON
AIII.IS GOODS IN Till! AllOVIi HF.
PARTMF.NT AT PR1MF. COST, To
MA KB A CHASf.lv.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS I BARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS ! CALL EARLY !
30 Sou til
Mi! 8. MAIN ST.. AS1I K VI M.K.
IH TUB I'LACK FoK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY G000S
Views and Sketches.
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AKTIII MJ. Wll.l."
ASllliVIM.lt. N. C.
nince llurnnnl Hiiilillni). I". 1. Urn flfi.
I'lun., 8KvilUiitlm. IkIiiMh, tut., fun-very
class tf IiiiIIiIIiik nt short notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call nml ace u. n.rlllil:im
Anhcvillc, N. C April II. IKHU.
The copartnership lierelnlotv cxUtiiiK I
tween the unrienuined, umlcr tin- t) nil mum
of ITl.MAM Ik CO.. In ,hl,liiyilliilvcil hv
niulunl coneiit. Tile delils due ly mid firm
will lie pnlil hy Lawrence I'lilllnm, nnd Ihc
iklit. line tn mild Ann will lie Pld to him,
und the business continued by him.
II. C. WAIlhlil.l..
To our pntrnns of the wist :
I hnvc tlil.dny sold my Intercut nnd uuou
will In the liimirnner IiiisIiicm In Asheville to
Liiwrcnce ulllnm, who will continue the
business. I lii-Knk lor him 11 conllniiiincc
of your pntroniiKC
II. C. WAHIilll.l..
Men's Rubber Moots only
f 1.00 nt
Mon's Rubber Coats nt
rock bottom prices nt
Mon's, Women's iunl Chil
dren's Rubbers nt tlio lowest
Umbrollas in great variety
NO. M PATTON AVUNCIi.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
In nniounta of not Icwthnn 1,000, Apply to
A. J. LYMAN,
Krnl liatntc nnd Loan.
Not), ai & aa Legal Block
ASHEYILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
HOOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
(trn dnfly. except Humlayn, trutn 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m,, nml 4 until 0 p. m.
The term of miliKvriitlon are: One yvnt
f'J; (I moii., $4 .no; 3 mo.., fl ; 1 mo., flOctH.:
l:'lly 'J ctK.
Olllcem fur 1NU PrvuMc nt. Chnrlci W.
Woi'tRcy; Vice-I'mldent. Tho. A. Jones; See.
rind TrniMirer, I. ft. Wntmm; I.lhrnrlnn, MIm
K. J. Hatch.
Cltltrn nnd vfnltnm are continlly Invited
to InHpcvt thr ciitiitonir and Inscribe their
nnmfN n mrmltfr. (nn.tOdtr
EiiftliHh nnd French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LAOIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No, 4-u French Hrotiri Avenue.
MRS. 8URGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
( Tor many yram AHHtH'lnte IVinelfml of Mt
Venmn Inntilule. Ilnltiniorr. )
AHKlnteil hy n con11 ! t'onipentciu teacher.
I t ea tuy
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
Ill miles South of Asncvtllc, on A. t s. K. K.
Per Month $10110
r Week.... 1!! IKl
liluticr nnd Tea I'urtic. on uncdHy'.nollce.
TIioh. A. Morrifi, Prop.,
tiprlll dtf Anlen. N. C.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Auent for Hi-em. Creek Wotdrn Mill..
A.hrvllle, N. C.
nhal i;s i:rti.
WAl.TKk ;!WVX, w. v. WKIIT,
6WYN i & WEST,
iSucccnora to Waller ll.Uwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
l.oim Securely Placed at 8
nlarv 1'ulillc. Coniml..loner.ollKcd.
,! I'H K w.utli-iHl C ourlmniHrf
Real F.statc llrokcrs,
And Iiivc-Mtiiicnt AicentH.
I.onn. iw urely pliiiTd nt H Hrctnt.
Hlier.: a an I'ntton Ay. Hceond floor,
( I'oriucrly of l.yninn Hi Child I,
I.onn. weurrCy plnrnl nt K tier cent.
twit BIG 22,
gAI.II OI KIIAI, HHTATH.
I wi I offer fur mile nt the court hutinc door
In the city of Anlicvlllc. N C, on Hnturdiiy.
the IMI ilnv or Mnv, iwoo, ni irf m., me im
lowing deiTllied priipcrt y !
on, lying neur the old depot cjf W. N. C. K. K.
l.ellnn'. old r idry lot, In-glnnlng nt n.tiike
on thrrii.t aide of the rnilmnd trnck, the
s V corner of.nld foiindrv lot nnd run. wllh
Ihilt line N (111 degree. K lllll feet to n .Inkei
n .Hike l thence lllll feet nil degree. W 1
fict In n .Hike; thence N tin degree. ft min
ute. W 1 .10 U-ci I" me k n.
nli'iiit tine-wiirti in im ',, n..
Thi. lot ciiulntu. n good Inline liulldlnu
iaIiIi hrlek liii.cmeul, 14 room., nnd n good
well "I wnlcr. tmimlfd nenr the line or w .
N C. K K. nnd the C. K tlrnhnm cotton rnc
t.iry. nnd nllu r fnclorle. nenr the new depot,
It , ..ul.l he innile vnlimlde u liuardln or
"'iVrnol'imelunrdcn.h. l-nlnnc. In one nnd
two yelir.. J- MAK1 IN.
i uprlt dlda
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen yours I have
carried on a Drug nnd Pro
scription business in Asho
ville, striving at nil times to
buy pure Drugs nnd sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Kverything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices ns
low as the lowest. Prescrip
tions tilled at all hours, day
und night, and delivered free
of charge to uny part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Asheville and
American families. Palates
and tastes of jK'ople who be
lieve in good livingcnniiothe
humbugged by "Cheap John"
goods. Cheap goods and
first quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
rruits. Oranges, lemons.
Cranberries, Haisins, Tigs,
Miscellaneous Choice O.K.
New Orleans Molasses, for ta
ble use, Prime New Orleans
.Molasses, for cooking, ja-
tra fine Assortment of Crack
ers, v mo leas ami i oiieos a
Mince Mciili ('.onion & liilwort Ii'h.
nml iitlu-r lr.-i titlri. l'luin I'luliliiiu.Cnlft'
I'mit Jelly, etc. I'rvmwl nml C'ryntnliccil
Clinker. Shnil Km-in kiln. KiK'llerriiiKK
mid nil other kohiIx in ilcmiinil for tlic
llnllllllVI,. M. K. KI'.I'l.l.K.
We beg to return thanks
for the substantial recogni
tions of our grent pains in
the collection of an unusu
ally attractive stock, and
to direct sHcial nt tent ion
to our medium and fine
Dress floods. Silks, Vel
vets, Kntines, Ginghams,
wear and Kid Gloves.
Correct styles at reason
able prices all along the
line, with a number of de
sirable things, nt a fourth
below prevailing prices.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
ClotliiiiK. I'ry ('""'In. Slum,. I Int., Small
Wnrcii, mid CiirKt.
7 "ml 0 ration Avenue,
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville, N. C.
THE IIAILY CITIZEN.
It makhh no difference how plucky n
mini may be, hit, friends will nlwnvs
drop the p in telling of it. Atchison
Tim Wkst is trying some curintis ex
periments in legislation. In Kansas City
nil ordinance has liecn passed imposing
a fine of $2.50 on every qualified voter
who docs not vole.
Ilv Tim laws of Tennessee a man who
sends a challenge to fight a duel is for
ever iliniunlilicd from holdin); office. And
yet CoiiKrcssinun Phelun still holds hit
1'hinck Hismakck intends devote
the remainder of his days to making
himself comfortable. lie has dismissed
his physician and intends hereafter to
smoke as much as he pleases and to drink
what he likes.
Mattkks arc reported to be in a bad
way in the Argentine Republic. Trade is
depressed, and so ninny bankruptcies are
iicciirrinc; that the commercial judges
have to sit late nt night to keep abreast
of the work.
(tOKRAi. I.i:w W.u.i.aci; has applied
for n K-nsion to which he is entitled for
service in the Mexican war. He does
not need the money himself, nnd he has
announced that if it is granted he will
give it to the Montgomery county Or
Sami'I-i. J. Kaxiiai.i. died a poor man.
lie never climlwd up the ladder of fame
on golden rungs. Men of less integrity
would have made themselves millionaires
with the opportunities that were his, but
his rugged honesty was proof ngninst
A whitkr suggests that Ivdwanl Bel
lamy should divide the $lli,ooo he has
made from his novel, "Looking Hack
ward," among struggling authors. This
is absurd. Ilclhtuiy is not consistently
hound to follow such n course until after
the vear 2,000 A. !. New York World.
As iM.KNiiirs Hungarian recently got
up a scheme to swindle n lottery out of
the $L'."iO.(HMl prize, mid is now languish
ing in prison. Ins indicates that muc
in mined precedents must not be disre
garded. The exclusive privilege of lot
teries to swindle the ivoplc must not be
subverted. I'ittshurg dispatch.
"Our loyalty to the truth," remarked
the New York Herald yesterday, "over-
conies our journalistic oil' .. n and
coniK-ls us to say that the lleruul to-day
fairly outshines all preceding is lies." It
hits long Ih-cii susiectcl that truth nnd
liflidcuce were the distinguishing char
acteristics of journalism in New York,
but it is eminently satisfactory to have
this tact established on good authority.
Tun WoMl.n continues its exposures nt
the (icorjtia convict system. Hut it has
not yet put its linger uMin the surest
ShiI. Judas I'latt, the same treacherous
I miss who cheated us out of the Win Id's
I'nir, is the boss of the Tennessee Coal
and Iron company, mid that company
employs nlmul eight hundred convicts.
Thus the republican leader, who jhiscs
as the friend of the workiugmau here,
prclcrs cheap convicts in the South.
There mnv have liven worse men on
earth than Judas I'latt, but if so history
has neglected to pillory them by name.
New York Metropolis.
Till! movement to secure real ballnl rc-
lorin in Connecticut is gathering si length
as the successful oH-ration ol the system
in other States illustrates more clearly
the defects of the bogus scheme adopted
in that Slate. The bill which the repub
lican (Hivernor llulkelcy vetoed, in obe
dience to the ilcmiiuils of the same class
of politicians whom the ilemocralie liov
erner Hill serves in New York, was mi
efficient bill. With the example of tin
redemption of Khoile Island Is-lorc them,
the ballot reformers of Connecticut mv
preparing to comiel the adoption by I lu-
next legislature of n system which shall
accomplish that which il proposes.
Tint stkimi of ilemocralie municipal
victories this spring is not without sig
nilicnncc, although it should Ik- n-iiictn-Ikm-ciI
that the democracy is tint fn lie
strong politically in the centres of popu
latitui. A review of the recent elections
indicates a local drift quite unparalleled
in recent years. The slide licgnn in the
first week of March, when 1 1 out of 13
cilies in New York chose dctnoerntic mny-
ors. At the same time live out of seven
cities in town did likewise, while Sng-
inuw in Michigan heralded nil almost
mivxiHvtcil success in the Michigan elec
tions of lust week, when Grand Knpiils,
for lustniice, increased the democratic
plurality of 12 one year ago to one of
200, The more recent democratic suc
cesses the past week are n familiar story.
Il is only necessary to point out that
democrats succeeded republicans in most
of the New York cities, in Milwaukee,
Helena, Mont.; Kansas City, Mo,; Ilis-
mnrk. N. D.i In many of the Indiana
townshliM, nnd, nmong the rest, In Clevc
land mid Dayton, in Ohio. In places
where the local democracy already held
control democratic pluralities were m-
creiised. The result in Indianapolis,
where republican majority of 100 two
years ngo was changed to one of 2HO0
for the democrats, is nscrilied by the In
dinnnpolis Journal to the poorest organ
isations the republicans have had in
years; while the democrats arc not
slow to make dissatisfaction with Presi
dent Harrison one of the cause as well.
The Khodc Island election nlso tends to
cheer the democrntic heart,
TO RUN FROM THE DEPOT
TO PEARSON'S BRIDGE.
TO BE A DUMMY LINE AND WILL
COST ABOUT $150,000.
It Ih an AHHurcd Tlilnit The Hur-
vey haH Already IIckuii. and
I lie Work Will Commence
When it Ih Completed.
tshcville has another enterprise that
promises to lie n great advantage mid
lienefit to the city. Another railroad
is to lie built, running from the Western
North Carolina railroad, lit the passen
ger depot, up Siiuthsidc avenue nnd Val
ley street, across College and Woodfin
streets nnd down the valley of the branch,
crossing North Main street, to Pearson's
bridge or the railroad bridge, and join
ing the Western North Carolina road,
making a belt road around the city.
Work on the survey was Isgun to-day.
The motive power will Jie steam mid
both dummy engines mid heavy locomo
tives will lie used in oicratiug the line.
depot lor the distribution of freights
will Ik-located on Valley street, near the
Only the best sixty pound steel rails
will be used in constructing the road,
and it will lie capable of accommodating
the heaviest engines and freight. Some
of the most prominent and successful ol
Ashcvillc's business men arc interested in
the scheme, nnd it promises to be a great
success. A charter has already Urn
granted by the Stutc legislature, and
work will begin ns soon ns possible alter
the completion of the survey.
It is proposed to use the same force ol
hands and mules now working on the
underbill road mid the woik will lie
pushed forward as rapidly as conven
ient. The road will lie well cqiiipiicd with
tiie necessary rolling stock, and the
route is to he about live miles long. The
sum of Ijil.'iO.ono is to lie invested in the
construction and equipment of the line.
and it is already an assured fact that the
road will be built. When completed and
in oK-ration it will materially lessen the
cost of drayage to the business part ol
The ofliccrs of the road are ns follows:
Natl Atkinson, president; M. J. Pagg.
vice president, nnd W. T. Peniiimaii, sec
retary and treasurer. Iiirectors Natt
Atkinson, M.J. l-'agg, W. T. Pciinimnu.
K. Pearson, C. M. Mcl.oud and W. T.
TWO PLEASANT LETTERS.
Their l-:ireet nil Heerelnry JucoIih
Ih Decidedly IvxhlluriitliiK.
Secretary Jacobs, of the North Caro
lina Humane Society, received two let
ters this morning which have a tendency
to make him very, very happy.
The fust is from John P. Haines, secre
tary of the American Humane Society, ol
New York. It compliments Asheville
and Mr. Jacobs on the stand it is taking
in Im.1i.iII' ol the dumb animals and in
closes blanks used in the practical work
ings of the New York association. Mi.
I (nines kindlv tillers to have a seal made
lor the society similar to the one used by
them, with the exception of the wording.
Where theirs reads "American Society
for the Prevention of Cruelly to Ani
mals," the seal for the local orgnnin
tion will read "North Carolina Society
fur the Prevention ol Cruelly to Ani
mals." The oiler will lie accepted.
The second letter is from fan. T. An-
gcll, ol Huston, one of the founders of the
American Hand of Mercy, and president
if the American Humane laliiealional
Society and of the Massachusetts So-
eictv lor the Prcvcntu I Cruelly to
Animals. It is complimentary in tone
mid expresses n desire that the local or
ganisation may U long lived.
SUNDAY MORNING'S FIRE.
Two HouHt-Hon llupllHl lllll Com-
Two small cottages lielonging to Wil
liam K. West, jr., nnd situated on Hup
list hill, were burned to the ground Iw
tween three nnd lour o'clock Sunday
morning. They were valued nt $S0li
nnd were purlially covered by insurance.
The alarm was turned m from the box
nt the corner of PallonavcuueaudCourl
Place and the company responded. They
could do but little good for the houses
were nearly destroyed when they reached
the place. Hoth ol the house were tie
eupird by colored families, nil hough one
of the latter were preparing to move mid
lid not slceti in the house on Saturday
night. Nearly nil of the furniture was
How the fire originated is unknown.
When it was discovered both buildings
were in flames and none of the s'oplc
can give uny explanation ol it
West does not think il incendiary.
A CoiiiIiik Trent.
The New York Sun has the following
to say of Annie Louise Tanner, who up
IK'iirs with the Ovide Musin Concert
company at ()x-ni Hall to-morrow night
mid nt llattery Park on the night In
Annie Louise Tanner snug Lassen's "11
Was a Iircam, and allcrwarils the unit
from "The Magic l-'lulc." In both she
mnilc a vcrv fuvornblc impression, show
ing a maslcrv nt once over the simple
Imllad and the bravura style. Two more
sharply contrasted piece than these
could 'scarcely have been chosen, and
they call for essentially different vocal
gift's. It is to Miss Tanner's credit that
he ucqtiiltcd hcrsell equally well mbotli
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Henderson's latest is nlawn tennisclub.
The railroad company arc building the
new depot at Greenville.
Rust has innile its appearance on the
wheat in Gastou county.
Whooping cough find forest fires are
raging in Sampson countv.
The capacity of the Keiilsville cotton
factory will lie considerably increased.
Sbipmeulsof stru wbi-rries from Wayne,
I Mi) dill illlj New Hanover counties have
Purest fires have done considcrablc
damage in I'itt county within the past
It is probable that the Western Insane
Asylum at Morgonton will soon U
lighted by clecti icily.
There were seven hundred n-rsons nt
the bauipicl at Wilmington, which con
cluded the railway celebration.
The ncgri.es of l!lialcth City have an
cilucntional association at which they
discuss questions ol interest to their race.
A tent with .'l.liuo capacity has been
provided for the revival meetings which
Kvungclisl Hill Pile will begin at Gastonia
The saw mill and planing mill of '.. II.
Newton, in CuiiiIki land countv, hnvc
U-cti burned. The loss is$2,ooo, with no
The Stale board of education hascloscd
the sale of Vance's Island, containing
I-.oiiii acres, to Congressman Racbuin.ol
Marshal K. II. Hr.-idlcy. of the supreme
court, was called to I arlioro by a lelc-
LT.-un which stated that his lather, Wins
llraillcy, was dead.
Fifteen ministers and thirty lav dele
gates arc attending the session of ( Iraugc
I'ri-sbytcrv at Hurlinglon. lustlicL'KHli
A company for the manufacture of ice
has Ik-cii orgnniwd at liurham with n
capital of $20,000. Work on the build
ing will be begun at once.
While Captain I'ctitl. of Nash county,
was on a trip to Nashville, leaviui; no
one at his farm, his buildings wen lired
by unknown incendiaries anil completely
The Sam Jones taliernaclc at Charlotte
has been completed and the building is
ready lor the public. A union service con
ducted by l lie city past ors was held in it
Iiibn It. Caulc, an aued and resiiectcd
citizen of Joncsboro, plowed all day Fri
day and went to U-d in his usual good
hcallll. Ilclore inoriiiui.' lie was ilcadanil
it is supposed that heart disease is tin
Since I'vaimclist File closed his mcetiuc
it Lauriuburu fort v-uiuc accessions have
been made to the different churches of the
eitv. Ol tins uumlK-r twentv-hveare I'res-
bvtcriaus, lil'lecu Methodists and nine
William Wriuhl. a ucltd hailinc; from
Richmond, V.'l., was arrested at Kaleiuh,
charged wilh stealing clothing nnd jew
elry near liurham. Nearly all the stolen
pnqH'rty was recovered and Wright con
fessed the thell.
It i learned thai several Farmers' Alli
um- in Rockingham county will boycott
I'.inville as a tobacco market as long ns
the dam across the river there is not pro-
videil wilh fishwavs. Ilv un laws ol this
State fishwuvk are reipiiied at dams.
A negro named Allen Nelson was re
moved from the Koekiuuham to llu-
ireciislioro jail n few days ago. He was
iuiiu isuncil lor nil assault upon n young
any m nocKiuguntti county ami to pre
vent his living lynched he was removed.
Thus far about four miles of what is
known as the Cripple Crcrk extension ol
the C 1 1 1 14- Fear ami Yadkin Valley rail
road, I hi ween Ml. Airy nnd the Virginia
line, has Ih-cii graded. This is about hah
ibe distance. Oil this extension -IIOcoil-vicls
are now at work, and by luly the
grading will, il is eHvted, U- finished.
I iiitcd Stales Hisliict Allorucv C. A.
Conk, nt Soulhpiirl, is looking into tin
latin ol tlnrlv llinusauil oullars which
the government holds aguiust the estate
ol Hcuiumin Suiilh. Sriilh had the con
tract in Imi.I to build I ort Johnson und
tailed to complete it. Cook is Irving to
gel hold ol real estate to salisly the
An attempt was made by a posse- in
Nash count v to capture KoU-rl Perry, un
escaicd convict, who is a very dciH-ratt
Iclluw. Ik- was nt the house ol Ins war
and advanced toward his would hccn'i-
tors nrmcil Willi a revolver lie Hail taken
from the prison -.'iia.il. lie oih-uciI lift
on the posse-and then lied. Twculvshots
were tired at lum. two ol which look el
lect, but he cscii-H'il.
A gentleman in Pitt countv named
Cox has exhibited sonic new Irish I iota
Iocs that grew nruuuil the seed without
producing vines, lie wailcil lor lus i
taloes to conic up, and thinking thev
were rotting in the ground hi- dug tor
them mid liiuuil thai young potatoes
were growing around the need in the
usual way, lie will let the seed remain
mid watch the progress ol the crop.
Col. A. II. Andrews, Ihe second vice-
president of the Richmond and lmivillc
railway, was IN-Iorv I In- investigating leu-
islalive committee and test ilied regarding
the Georgia company, which had its id-
legcil licuilipiarlcrs at High l oiiil. lot
Miti-I Anilrews Moid he knew vcrv link
about the company and had nothing to
do with us oiuauizalion. I he conipanv
was imilcrsliioil lo control I lie ticorgui
Central Railway mid Hanking company.
Governor l-'owlc has appointed the fol
lowing delcgalcs from North Carolina to
attend the National Comcrcnce ol Chan
lies nuil Corrections to lie held ill Haiti
more. Mnv 14 21: Hr. I-. Hurke llnv
woo I, Kalcigh; J. II. Mills, Thoiunsvillc;
Rev. J. . Rumple, Salisbury; Mr. II. F,
I lixon, Oxford; Hr. J. F. Miller. Golils
Imro; Dr. P, I.. Murphy, Morgauton;
Rev, U. A, Osborne, Cliar'lolle; !-. Wm.
K. Wood, Raleigh; Col. P. F. I-'aison,
An interesting trial hits Itecii in pro
gress at latiioro. It is that ol rrmce
llrowu, colored, for the murder of John
liurlv, n young white imiti, It ended
in a verdict ol guilty of murder. The
jury was polled. Ill ow n cried a each
man pronounced t lie terrible word
"guilty." Judge Wonuick sentcm-ed him
to lie haimcd Mnv 22, The case i
strange one, but the verdict was ill ac
cord with Hie testimony. When Itrown
win first lodged in jail, Mnreh.'IO.hc wns
tillering Irani a wounil on the rientl anil
In lell arm wns tmritivxcd. I in paral
ysis yet continue. Itrown ha npicalid
and may get a new triul.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of rhilailclphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
They irt Specific.
C-MUIalaff M 9tmm, hr
m4 r mwUn. Tbf fur
utftMlhiwtli. f riM,li U.
ror ila by AngthU t by
HOFFMAM DtiUG CO.
55 Main St., Buffalo! N.Y and Inttmatlonal Bridge Ont
FOK MLB MT
J. S. GRANT J
If your ptvscripiiuiis are prepared at
('runt's I'hurmncy you can positively dc
liemliipua these facts: First, that only the
liurcst und hest drugs and chemical will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully und accurately by an expert
cuccd I'rcscriptionist ; and third, you will
not he churned nn exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rca
sonublc profit. Don't forget the place
ilrunt'a I'lmrmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
urdny, and deliveied free ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Grant'! rbar
inncy, 21 South Main street.
At Ornnt's Vhurmucyyou can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed hy uny other drug bouse in the city.
We nre determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing, ll'c 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 oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest price.
We nre the agents for Humphrey's
llomoci.p'ithic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods alw ays on band.
Vse Iluncomlte Liver 1'ilh, 'he best a
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly teliuble remedy for all
blood discuses is liuncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. Gh'AXT.rh. G., Pharmacist,
21 S. Main St., Asheville, X. C.
Every lino of goods in our
stock nt rcdiicutl prices. New
Sjriiij- Dress (Jootls, includ-
Sateens, Cliallies, Mohairs,
1 1 1 ii riet t a s, Silks, Vel vets, etc.
Counterpanes, Lneo Cur
tains nnd Curtain Draperies,
anil llousciioiti Uncus ut
astonishingly low prices.
Laces, Embroideries nnd
White (Soods in grent quan
tity at"), H, 10, 12, 13, 20
and 2."c. that cannot bo
matched at the price.
New lot of Sun Umbrellas
and Fancy Parasols, tho
most elegant ever shown in
Asheville. Also a lot of Silk
I'arnsols at $1, worth $2.
(rent bargains in Muslin,
Merino und (Jauzc Underwear
for Ladies, Misses and Chil-
Keduecd prices in Corsets,
Gloves and Hosiery.
Millinery nt prime cost, in
cluding Hats, Itibbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something Now Wo sell
tin? only absolutely Fust
Hlnck Hosiery in tho market
for Liul ies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 MOUTH MAIN STREET,
Op posit Buk of AsImtUJ.