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Asheville Daily Citizen
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1890.
III THE CITIZKN.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three lines,
One Time, 'Jli renin. Three Times, 00 ccnU.
Six Time., 70 cent.
VOLUME VI.NO. 9.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
Til 11 LliAllliKS IN -
Wilis' Ul uiniiiunj
run untikij stock op skason-
aiii.i; goods in tiih a no vi; iu:-
PAKTMF.NT AT I'KIMIi COST, TO
MAKIi A ClIANOIi.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE 1
GHEAT BAKGAINS ! CALL EARLY !
2'J 8. MAIN 8T, ASIIIiVII.I.H,
M TIIK l-LAC K"M
BOOKS, STAIIONtRf, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
iir IN d
j. w. 11. Wll.l.a.
AHIIKVII.I.H. N. C.
iiltice lliirnanl HulMinx. r. I. Ilni 5ft.
China, Himinrnlhina. IK lulls. Int.. forevcry
vlnaa of liullillnil at short notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call ami are ua. irHl.iam
Aahrvlllr. N. C. April II. Immu.
The eoirtnrrahlp heretofore cilailns; be
tween the unileraiKnril, uniler the Arm name
if ITI.I.IAM ft CO., I. thl. itnyillaaolvril by
muliinl consent. The debt il by snlil llrni
will lie inlil liy Lawrence Pulllani, anil the
ilelil. due to Mill Arm will lie ialil til hhn..
mill Ihe bualncsa continued liy him.
II. C. WAIUHil.l..
Til our iwiriin. of the nasi :
I have Ihla day wild my Inlrrmt ami itood
will In Ihe Innurnner Imalnca In Aahrvlllr In
Lawn-nee I'lil'liiin, whii will continue the
liualntaa. I lieaienk fur hhn a ciinlinuuncr
uf vour patronage.
II. C. WAHIHll.l..
aprl I d.'loil
LAWKS' OXFORD TIKS
ill ftluek, Tan and Fancy col
ors in grout variety.
in tho bout standard makes
from tlif cl'iiM'Ht to tlic
l'ricos guaruiitii'd h lw
us tli lowest .
NO. PATTON AVIiNt'K.
Dealer in Hoot, Shoes and
. (Jl'lltrj' FurillsllillgS.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
In umounta uf not lcathiin$t,oou. Aily to
A. J. LYMAN,
Real Estate and LoanH,
Noa. 31 ft 113 Lnal Block.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS. 26 PATTON AVE.. Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
(IHMi tlally, except Sunday., from to a. m.
until 1 p. m nntl 4 until 0 p. m.
The trnnn of nuhncription arc: One year
$2; tl ntuR., $1.AU; 3 mua., $1 ; 1 mo., noctn.;
dally 2 ctn.
Officer for IHIIO Pmtidcnt. Churlc W.
Wootwy; Vi-PrclHent, Thou. A. Joncii; Mcc.
nntl Trenmirer, D. 8. WaUon ; Librarian, Mlw
B. J. Hatch.
Cltiien ami vliiltoni are ctinllally Invited
to Innpect the catnlojwc and InNcrilie thrlr
nn mm n memhrm. (an-IOiltl
KnicliHh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 I'rcnch Itroatl Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
(Kor many yearn Annotate liincfinl of Mt.
Vim on Inmitutc, HaUitnirv. (
AslMted liy a corps uf compenttnt trnchcrn.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
Ill milca South of Aahevillr. on A. t S. K. M
Per Month 4IKMl
IVr Week I ami
I'rrlmy a IKi
IMnner mid Tea lurtiea on oneilay'ailollec,
TIiom. A. JtlorrlH, Prop.,
niirlinltf Anlen. N. C.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aitent for Kecnia Creek Woolen Mllla.
Aaherlllc, N. C.
Wutk II. I1W VN, W. W, WgaT.
GWYN & WEST,
iSuet-caanra to Walter ll.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Maim Securely Placed at 8
Notary I'uliilc. Commlaalonera ollierda.
Real Kstatc Brokers,
And InvcMtnient AKeutM.
I.nuna at urely plniTil at H rt cent.
DiHiTa: 'J4 k an I'utlon Ave. Acconil Honr.
I I'ornirrly of Lymnn i Child i,
Strictly a Brokerage HiimIiicmii
l.iuiila art'linlv plniTil nl H nerernt.
ALU Ol' Kit A I. H8TATH.
u.i.1 r..i h lti piiiirl hiiuftr iloor
In Ihe elly of Aahrvlllr. N C, on Hiiliirilnv,
inr iiil iibv 01 rnnjr, .i "
l.iwhm ileai rilieil iroerlv l
. . . i t i.i. u.. MiimtVKfflKnli three.
A im ill num. whm i"
on. Ivlim near Ihe olil ilepnl of W. N. c. U. K.
lrfllitn' "hi fmindry lot, iH-utnninkt nl atnkr
K W corner of bl foundry lot anil run with
thai line n mun-Hrrcw i n n y ; " 7 7;
ftrl In n am he! Ihenr N aft ilexreea 4 ft n In
lil.a W l.lti ll lo Ihe IwKliinlim. riinlaliilnK
l lii M'l viiinii'i"' ........
-in, l.M.k Imaeim nl, ttromna, anil oi;;l
nvllol wnler. Winiiteil nnir Ihr line nl .
N c. H. K. anil tllr c. mm""" .,....
,rv. iiml oiher fm lorie. nnir the new ilepot.
II eniilil lie miiile viilmilile oa n himrillii ol
'''Trrmaom"'!.!....!.. h"'"" ' '.T
20 SOUTH MAIN 8TREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For Hixteen yours I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at nil times to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
everything warranted at
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices ns
low as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. .1. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
S. R. KEPLER.
Purveyor to intelligent nml
appreciative Asheville and
American families. Palates
and tastes of people who be
lieve in good livingctMinot be
humbugged by "CheanJohn"
goods. Cheap goods and
first quality an? not synony
mous. I have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
Fruits, Oranges, Lemons,
Cranberries, Raisins, Figs,
Miscellaneous Choice O.K.
New Orleans Molasses, for ta
ble use, Prime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking, hx
tra fine Assortment of Crack
ers. Fine Teas nnd Coffees a
Mince MriitH (iiiritim Si Dilwortll'a,
ami ntliiT Itnuulft. I'lum I 'tulilini;. Cnll'V
l-'not Jolly, etc. I'nuKcil nncl C'rvstalizecl
C.iniT. Slmil Km- ill kit. KiH-llt-rrinp
and nil other h111"'" i" tlfitiitml for the
llolKlnv. S. K. M.I'1,I-.K.
We beg to return thanks
f o r 1 he substn n t ia 1 reci )gn i
tions of our great pains in
the collection of an unusu
ally attractive stock, and
to direct special attention
to our medium and fine
Dress Goods, Silks, Vel
vets, Satines, (.inghams,
wear and Kid Gloves.
Correct styles at reason
able prices all along the
line, with a number of de
sirable things, at a fourth
below prevailing prices.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
ClothiiiKi "ry Oooil", SIhk-ii, lliim, Small
ware., nun curiam.
7 mill 0 I'utlon Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Alie.Ue, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND OPINIONS.
The ;rnnd Mfty day demonstrations of
workinKmen to be held in the Austrian
citicB may well cause the Kitipcror to
shudder nt the thought ot how soon he
may find himself without u throne. The
cause of labor is rcpublicumini; IiuroH'
at a rapid puce.
Gov. Miller of North Dakota thinks
that the battle over the lottery question
may not yet be ended, mid that it may
he tin issue at the next election. He no
tices, though, "that there have Ix'cn
no more $150,000 prizes drawn in North
Dnkotu since the bill wns killed."
The London Saturday Review, voicinn
the British "npcr classes," savs that
the Russian was well enough in his way
until some evil genius suggested educat
ing him. The "tipper classes" read tlieii
dopm in the new lights that arc abroad
but it is too late to shut them off.
Intcrnntionnl oiirnalisni. Hip l.uug
(of Chinese ncwspaier nt I'ekingl:
"Here's a report of n most uwful storm
in the United States. Hundreds wen-
killed." Pin Wing (managing editor):
"(ive it five lines on an inside page
that's the way they treat our disasters.'
Congress may pander to political ne
cessities as much ns it pleases, but it will
never persuade the sell'-rtsH.-cling icoplr
if this country that anti-Chinese legisla
tion would be indulged in to so unjust
nn extent, if the Chinese had votes, nnd
were tnenn enough to sell them to the
party willing to pay the biggest price for
Several months ago a man in New
Vork city offered prizes for the best cs-
snyson the cxtermiiiationof mosquitoes.
The awards have now been mnde, mid
the first prize goes to a woman in Phila
delphia, while the second and third hon
ors arc divided equally lictwccn two men
in New Vork.
Whatever else may come of the deliber
ations of the I'an-Ainerican Congress,
the ngrwmcnt arrived at to hereafter
M-tttrnll national disputes lictwccn ni
twit of the republics of North, South nnd
Central America anil llnyti by arbitra
tion will be esteemed ns more than justi
fying nil the labor and cxcusc that have
attended the sittings of the delegates.
Any effort at a positive reform in the
balloting system which does not insist
nKin official ballots, delivered only to
the voter in the polling booth, is a delu
sion and n snare, and is meant only to
give an ox.'tiiug for party frauds to put
in their liner work. Nor even in Slate
where illiterates arcn.-rmitted to exercise
the franchise, should there be any devia
tion from the rule ornuy means by which
their educated fririidscnn come in to help
them in indicating their preference.
Whcrens, The board ol aldermen is nj
iertectly useless and tinornaniental boilv,
which has become a disgrace to the cily ;
Kcsiilvcd. 1 ual tliemeuai'ericlH- moved
outside the limits of the cily, where tin
smells will not offend good citizens.
.New lork Commercial Advertiser.
This it flippant indeed. Where would
New Vork have lieen on the sen ill ol
fame if her aldermen had not been around
t ) make her infamous ?
A comic turn wns given a men I debute
in the I'll i ted States senate in the Mon
tana election ease by Senator Vance
rending a telegram received from Mon
tana which he read, amid laughter on
the democratic side, us follows:
Ittirrnh for honcat cltlfen. who vlmlieine the
lurrnh for law anil lllierly; the people won
the liuht I
Keilllillenn corruptloillata went 'eeilitl to
t'or ihe voter plnerd the linn uHtn the men
who atole the Mint.
The mournrra imk in whUiM-r. there'.
vriiK upon the iloor,
The II. O. I', au. kllleil hr atenllttM lireetnel
A young bride of McU-nti county, Ky
has most positively manifested the truth
of the old doggerel:
Ifrthr will she w ill, yon mny rleienil iin'l,
II ahr won't ahr won't, ami there nn
She wns married in the evening, and
then the party repaired to the house ol
the bridegroom, where the wedding sup-
ier was served. After the repast n dis
cussion arose about religion, ami the
bride and bridegroom found that they
entertained widely dill'erent views. The
controversy became earnest, then warm,
and finally rudely contradictory, so much
so that the bride Uvuiue offended nnd
the guest retired. When they were gone
the bride refused to lie reconciled. She
sat in her chair all night, nnd when
morning came she set out on foot for her
father's house, refusing any company or
to ride on a horse otVercd her by the
bridegroom. Atlanta Journal.
ThcTorrcy bankruptcy bill that has
been rcMirtcd to the national house
of representatives is Iwlieved to be
ns great n bill ns is iiltnimiMc. It meets
I he case of insolvent h'i soiis who arc
dishonest, while it does no harm to the
interests of the honorable debtor, It
promise sound commercial credit nnd
adil faith tocommercinl transactions on
the part of business men, It present the
principle that should govern in dealing
with bankruptcy in an easily understood
form in It provisions, mid will be accep
ted by the ttierehmitile world as nn im
portant nid in this reievt. There is rea
son to believe that if it Ixt'omc law the
abuse now complained of, both by the
debtor nnd creditor, will lie relieved, nnd
the new rule Introduced In trade will
put the business of the country on a Ut
ter basis of salety mid honesty than it
ha known for years.
A STORY OF YEARS AGO AND ITS
A Utile Incident That Happened
H r ew lav" Aifc at the Uallery
Park-Hearty l.auKh Over a
Former serious) Matter.
Sometime in 18113 or ISO. u gentle
man, his wife nnd mother were traveling
the road leading from Saluda to Green
ville, S. C, and when descending n hill to
a small creek, they came upon two men
pickii.g -iwny over the creek on the
Hones iirnL. tidiiiir from the water. Into
the creek the horses trotted and the par
ties passed each other so quickly that
lime was scarce given for a passing
glance, which revealed, however, to the
man in the carriage that the K'deslrinns
were strangers to the locality, mid had
even n foreign look. At that time every
man able to bear arms was in the Con-li'ili-nite
army or could Is; accounted for
at home, so the presence of the two men
seemed suspicious. Thinking the matter
over the gentleman in the eurriagc
marked that he ir-IicvccI tliev were es
caped prisoners or spies, and intimated
that he should when reaching a ueigh
Imr's house further on, let the ladies pro-
ivcd, and return to investigate. This
was so strenuously opposed that he had
to give it up. When reaching Greenville,
he spoke ol it to several, and was in
formed that some federal prisoners had
cscaiwd from Columbia not long licforc,
and the men he bad met were very likely
of the lot.
Some days ago the same gentleman
Ix-ing in the llattcry Park hotel, a friend
said, "Carson, vou sex' that gentleman
seated over there by the pillar? Well, he
was a federal soldier cciik'iI from Col
umbia, traveled all through the country
iH'tween here ami there, was captured in
Haywood county as he was making for
Tennessee, and was sent to Salisbury,
where he remained in piison till the war
losed. He is now a successful Wall
street man, mid revisits North Carolina
lor pleasure nnd recreation and to look
gain over the ground where, twenty-
live years ago, he was a fugitive. Come,
I will introduce you, he is a most inter
"Which way did you travel ill coming
into the mountains f" asked Mr. Carson,
liter the subject had Urn broached.
I'p by Saluda, leaving Greenville to
our right," replied the gentleman. "Hy
lic way, we ran a narrow risk of dis-
ovcry nnd capture at a place I shall ever
rcmcmlier. It was at a creek on the
main highway, nnd ns we were trying to
ros, dry shod, u small creek, we met a
arringe containing a man and two wo
men ; nnd did not discover the vehicle in
time to conceal ourselves, and by the ex
pression in the man's eye we fell sure he
looked uiHin us with suspicion. We
inked for pursuit but we never diseov-
red any, il it was made, l-'or awhile I
wn very much Ingliteucil. te were
afterwards recaptured bv a squad in
lay wood county."
"My friend," snid Mr. Carson, "I was
the man vou met, and I remember the
And so the two gentlemen laughingly
alked over the mailer, after the lapse
if a quarter of n century, much to the
liliciiliou ol wiiiie who can scarcely re-
ilixc the troublesome time the period
The gentleman is Mr. Chase, of New
Vork, and he says he has never forgot-
en what n fine section of country this
was when he trnniicil over them, nnd
now that he ha the time, come hack to
renew his acquaintance with il, though
connected with some of his most arilu-
iii exK'ricncc. He laughingly discussed
all the incident of his lite ill the South
at prisoner nnd fugitive mid hi battle
with and final overthrow of fickle for
THE MUSIN CONCERT.
It WSS II 10ll H'HKH.,1 H,,d l'.ll-
The Musi n Concert company played to
an appreciative uuiliciicc nl isra Hall
last night. Nearly every our of theclevcn
number on the program were enthusias
tically encored. The features of the
evening were the violin playing of Ovitlr
Musiu nnd the soprano of Mis Annie
The French violinist wa of course the
tar of the entertainment. Hi playing
show the touch of genius nnd afforded
pleasure lo nil who were within hearing
of hit miigic how. lie wa on the pro.
grain for two number but npKiired us
many times more in response to encores.
Mis Tanner possesses u full rich voice
exceedingly well cultivated. Her high
note lire remarkable lortlieir purity, and
her singing i absolutely five from musi
cal singe trick. Her first niiinlicr,"llril-
limit llird," enshrined her in the hcnrlsof
the audience. She too wat recalled after
Clcmenle llologua, the baritone of the
company, mid Charlotte Nicolai.lhc con
tralto, also posm-s good voices nnd met
with tiivorwith llicaiidicaec.mid Milliard
Schnrf, the pianist, covered himself with
glory in his rendition of Paraphrase on
I'miMt, Gounod, l.isil, nnd a, Maturka,
llrnjainin (iodnril, and h, Kigmidnn, Kail.
The comnanv iipis-nr nginii to-night nt
llatterv Park. nnd M.Musin will execute
the beautiful nnd dillieull variations of
Rossini's Prayer ol Muset in l.gypt using
only the U string.
BUT THEN THEY MET
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Strawlierrics nnd green pens arc on
the Wilmington market.
Mr. John Shore, n magistrate of Old-
town, died at the ngc ol To.
Winston think that an Knglish synd
entc has its eye iiikiii her.
A. II. Rowland, of Wilson, haslieen an-
pointed a memlicr of the Slate board ol
lames A. Higgs, n Raleigh man, has
iut paid JJ7.0IIO Inr a cotton lactorv in
Richard Cooiier was fatnllvstablK'd bv
Julius Potter at Wilmington. The par
lies are colored.
Aside from Charlotte High Point claims
more niauulacturingcstaljlislimenls than
any town m the State.
The walls nf the Tryon Street Mnptist
church nt Charlotte' arc being frescoed
aim me interior unproved,
Ilurliiinton's new bank, established bv
the Morehead bank, of Durham, will lie
opened lor business about May 1.
The county commissioners of Granville
county have appropriated sfltou kt an
num to the liiauvillc Grays, of Oxford.
The 17-year-old sou of Mrs. Stewart, ol
Slntesvillc, seriously wounded his mother
while playing with a supposed unloaded
Work on the executive mansion will tic-
Kin soon and it is thought that Ihe Gov
ernor may occupy it liciorc the end ol the
The seventh annual council of the Prot
estant Kpiscnpnl I liiK-cseof Kast Carolina
lias Ijccn calhal lo meet nl Greenville May
S. II. Wiiistend, treasurer of Person
comity was thrown from his buggy ami
received serious injuries, although proo
ably not filial.
W. II. Grnv. the ChicniFii mini who
purchased l.iiiliv prison, imssed throtiL-h
Grcvn-boro the other day and bought n
$7iio lot there.
A lliiinlsr of voiiiilt men of Charlotte
have organized n society, the individual
inemliers of which promise to pay cash
lor all thai they buy.
Wilmington erected S.'llo.Ooil worth ol
buildings during he twelve months end
ing March :tlst. Two hundred and seven
buildings were crtx'ted.
A spotted animal twice the size of n
dog and with a heml like a cut is bother
ing the good K'ople around Newton.
I ncy iiimk it is a tiger or leopard.
The Wilmington Liuht liifantrv. who
were to have attended the imveiliui; ol
the Lcc monument at Richmond have
given il up nnd will go to Charlotte in
steud. A. II. McNeill has discovered on a tract
of laud near Carter's mills, in Moore-
count v, n rich dcixisit of miiiii'auese.
-said to Is? the finest quality. The ore is
wort n io iei ton.
A movement is on foot among tin-class-
males and pupils ol the late Captain J.
li. Hugger, so well known as nil educa
tor, to erect n monument to his memory
over hi grave at Wurrentim.
The lileelric Liuht mid Street Railway
company, of Winston, have purchased
eighty acres of land in the northwestern
part ot the city. 1 neir iiuriHise i to
erect n mammotli hotel. The price paid
was si.immi an acre.
t- , i c..., i, .. i,.. .. ...
relary of the Voting Men Christian As-
.,,.., ii,, f,.r lu.lli V.. fill ii.i.l C.i.il.
oliuii, ha resigned a Stale secretary of
.lie min i lino win in uiv uniise 11 i-lllirviv
to the work in this Stale.
A prisoner eaeniH'd from the sheriff ol
Nash county wearing a pair of handcuff.
A lew ilnvs later lie tent word back that
he would exchange hi bracelet for a re
volver ol Ins which the sheriff had. The
oiler has not Uvu nccepted.
The Marlboro Town nnd Lumber com
pany ha been organized in Washington
with n capital stuck ol y.ioo.iioo. The
eoriMirator are I;. W. Lynn, of Raleigh;
li. .M. Iiiittrick, ol l.vcrelt, .Mas., nnd
I-rank II. Alvord, ol lloslou, Mass,
Trov Cnrrol, the lender of the moon-
shiner of lliiruclt countv, lias Ikvii ar
rested nml is now ul Raleigh. lieu cap
tured lie had the cap of the still in his
arms and wa running for the S'vump,
yet he protests that he is nn moonshiner.
Lieutenant Henry K. Lemlev, I'. S. A.,
now stationed nl Washington, II. C,
ha leave ol iihstucc fur three vears, en
abling him lo accept thecommnnd of the
Military Academy at lliignln, ('. S. ol
Columbia, South America. Lieutenant
miily is a native ol Salem.
The buildini: committee nl Trinity Col-
Icl'c have Ik-cii aiithnried to contract lor
(loo, mill brick. The building site at Pur-
liiun mi iHt'ii sciccicii. i nc imilihhg will
lu. 'IIMI I'iyM fi-iml u-il II tw.i iviti,,. nl' ...,
hundred feet, all to Ik- three stories high
U-sidcs the biiscmeut story.
Ilon.x fl u,....w allll',,1 l.l In. .La.,.,
county the lightning struck n dead chest-
mil tree near ine ivsiiicueeoi Airs. Louisa
tti.li.ni. Thp trtf wns il,,iiii,li.,hil mitt
one large fragment was thrown thruugh
the window of the house, tearing every
thing in us wav. Airs, itisiiiurt son
-....l i.. i
11. avi lie h iiiiii n umj injin en.
Governor I'owlc hn received n letter
from the llritish consul at Charleston re
uardiiiu the alleged oulriige of the Rev,
T. M. lovner in Kaiiilohih eoimtv last
IkrevnilKT. The letter ill reply nt to
the effect thai the Stale was doing it
Is-sl to silt the mailer, nut that Mr.
Jovner would give no information on the
Soiilhport, Hruuswick eoimtt.is nn i
lu..i. A 8'IIMIIHI lirii-k ini.l I II.. .......
panv will soon be III om-ration; South
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I 1111 V 141111,1 II, ,11 ,11 I "I ' ,11, lit 11llllllla!
ma oruilllieil with SlIIO.IIIKIciiniliil: tin
C.....I Hi li.u.L I i'....i:....
moil ". t inn it iiiiii iiiiini t, unfiling
hn nn nullinrincil capital sliKk ol f nil
iiotl.nnil os rali(ius lor work lire nlreni
A young couple in Cntnwba county rc
cetilfy lindn very trying time in order to
become man nml wile. They were afraid
In marry nt home beenusc of the crowd,
n they started out walking to lite min
ister' home. Finding him away they
walked another mile In find a magistrate,
but with the same nieces. Nothing
daunted, though mill threatened, they
walked hack n mile, secured nil iqien
wagon, nnd rode eight mile toCntnwbn
throuuii the rnin. Here their unswervinu
fnilh win rewnrded nnd Kev. Mr.Cmiier
tent them on their way rrjolciug, though
it wnt 4 o'cliK'k n, in. before they reached
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia CoIIckc of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 South Main St.
They sr. t SixclHe.
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J. S. GRANT
If your prescriptions are prepared ut
(nun's I'hurmncy you can positively de
leml up m these facta: First, that only (Ac
purest and best drug's and cheinicalt will
lx used ; second, they will Ite compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced I'rescriptionist ; and third, you will
not Ik charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods ut a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's I'hurnmcy, S4SouthMalnstrcet.
Prescriptions filled ut all tours, night
or day, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Grunt's I'hur-
nmey, 24 South Main street.
At Grunt's I'hurnmcy you can buy any
Putcnt Medicine at the lowest price ipiol-
eil by any other drug house in the city.
We are determined to sell us low us the
lowest, even if wc have to lose money by
so doing. We will sell ull Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and lielow thut if nec
essary, to meet the nice of any comieli-
He huve the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over U00
skins, all sixes, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
tlonucopnthic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use liuncomlic Liver Pills, the liest in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly icliuhle renieily for all
blood diseases is llunconilie Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle nnd you will takenootlier.
J. S. nh'AXT.Ph. G., Pharmacist,
Jl S. Main St., Asheville, A'. C.
Kvi'py line of gootln in our
stork at iviliH-i'tl prK't'H. Now
pi'iiiK Dross (ioodri, iiichid-
atooiis, Clinllii'8, Mohairs,
I Ii'iiriot tas, Silks, Vol vots, otc.
Count orpniicM. Laco Cur
tains anil Curtain DraporioH,
iiml Iloust'lioliI Linens ut
iiHtonisliinjily low priooH.
Laces, KinbroiderieH and
White floods in groat quan
tity at.", H, 10, 12, 15, 20
ami 2."c. that cannot be
mulched nt tho price.
Now lot of Sun rinbrelluK
and Fancy I'araHolH, tho
most olou'iint over shown in
shoviIlp. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at $1, worth $ 2.
firont bargains in Muslin,
Merino and (Jauzo Underwear
for Ladies, Misses ami Chil
Ilediieeil prices in Corset,
Gloves ami Hosiery.
Millinery at primo cost, in
cluding Hats, Itibbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something Now Wo sell
the only absolutely Fust
Iiluck Hosiery in tho market
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Hoys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STRlIUT,
Oppo.lt Dank of AahtvUI.
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