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Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three line,
One Time, 39 cents. Three Timet, SO cent.
Six Timet, 75 centa.
In THE CITIZEN.
VOLUME VI. NO. 10.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
TUB KNTIRIi STOCK OF SI2ASON
AHLH GOODS IN TUB ABOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST, TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS I CALL EARLY !
33 8. MAIN ST., ASHIiVll.l.H,
ISTIIK I'UCI roil
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
. AND TOYS.
Views and Sketches.
J. W. U. WILLS.
AMIUVILLIi, N. C.
tllnce Burounl Building. I. U. Bos on.
Plan., ftiiecincntliina, IH-taila, ftc., forever)
cliiaa of building at ahort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and are tin. nprindam
Anhevlllc, N. C, April It, 1HHU.
The copartnership heretofore cilatlng be
tween the underaiirncd, under the Arm name
of PUI.L1AM ft CO., la thla daydlaaolved by
mutual conaent. The dclita due by said Arm
will lie paid by Lawrence I'ulliam, and thv
dehta due to aald Arm will lie pnlii to him,
and the bualucaa continued by him.
LAWMBNCB I'l LI.IAM.
U. C. WAIWKI.L.
To our patrona of the punt :
I have thla day aold my Intercut anil uood
will In the Insurance hualnraa In Aahrville to
Lawrence I'ulllnm, who will continue the
bualneaa. I beapcuk for him a continuance
of rour patronniie.
U. C. WAIWULL.
LADIES' OXFOIU) TIES
in Mack, Tun and Fancy col
ore in groat variety.
LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS
in tho best (standard makes
from tho cheiiitest to th
Prices guaranteed ns low
as the loweHt.
F. E. MITCHELL,
NO. tS PATTON AVENUE.
Dealer in Boots, Shoes and
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
In amounta of not leas than St.UOO. Apply to
A. J. LYMAN,
Real Estate and Loans),
Noa. 81 t 33 LcKnl Block.
upr31 dl w
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A ROOMS. )
)icn dully, except Huniluye, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m., and 4 until fl p. m.
The tcrma of aubacriptlon nre: One yenr
$3: 0 moi., St. 00; 3 nioa., $1 1 1 mo., nocta.;
dnlly 3 eta.
officers for IMUO President, Chnrtca W.
Woolaey i Vlce-Prealdcnt, Thoa. A. Jouca ; Sc..
und Trcaaurcr, D. B. Watson; Librarian, Mis
U. J. Hatch.
Cltlicna and vialtora are corilinlly invited
to lnaicvt the cutnlouue and Inacrilie their
nnmea na mrmliera. InnMOiltf
EnicliHb and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French tlrtmtl Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
l For many yearn Aimorlntc Prlnetpnl of Mt.
Vernon Inntilute. Hnltiinorv.
AHHltrt by a curp 1 eoniJvntent teacher.
ticca ii i y
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
1(1 mile. South of Aalicvlllc, on A. 8. K. K.
'cr Month s-tooo
cr Wcrk iaM
Dinner nntl Tea Turtle on oncday'anoticr,
TIioh. A. Morris, Prop.,
uprlOiltf Anlin, N. C.
AHILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
A Kent for Krcm Creek Woolen MHIa.
Attbcvllle. N. C.
Walts B. Owvm, w. w, Wnar.
GWYN & WEST,
(Hucccaaora to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. CommiMloncraolliccda.
OKFICK-Hoatheunt Court MciuMre.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Iiivenliuciit AgcntM.
Lonna ac urely placed at M per cent.
Ifnceai 3 St 30 I'utton Ave. Becond floor.
lellllll I v
( formerly of Lymnn k Child I,
Strictly a Brokeratte BumIiic
Lonna aecurrlv plnerd nt a percent.
a BIB 22,
Mil K ildin
gAI.B OI KIIAL HHTA Til.
I wi I offer fir anle at the court hoiiae .loor
In the eltv of Aahrville, N C on Hiiiurnnv.
the Ilcl day of May, IMiio, nt 13 m., the l"l
lowlna deaerllted liroiwrtyl
A loi of land, wllh thelinirnvementthere.
on, Irlna near the old depot of W. N. C. K K
Co., adjoining the lamia of lllnlwood fn Mi-
l.cllnn'a old loundrv lot, ncKinnniK in n.i-
..H tk. al.lM !' lha rallr..Mtl truck, till'
It W comer of anlil foundry lot and run. with
thnt line N no ileareea K loo iret in n nine,
thenre . 3H deareea lt mlniltea It toll fret to
a .Hike: thence H ton feet nil drum-a W ton
fiel to a atnkei thence N alt deurcea n mln
iltea W t.to Irrt to the lieidniilnH. eontnlnlnH
nlmiit onr-lhlrd of an acre more or leaa.
Thla lot coninina a Itoon irnnic hiii'h
with lirleh linaiiueiit, 14 rooma. and a ao;l
well of wiiter, ruinated nenr the line of .
N C. H. H. and the C. B Orahnin cotton fnc.
niiirr rni-loHea nrnr the new deiiol,
It cinilil lie nimle viilunlile aa a lionrtlliiM or
tenement lione. .... . ,
Trrm.Min llilriliiii.il, linlnncr In one nnil
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For Hixteen yours I have
earned on a Drug arid Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
buy 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
and fresh and my prices as
low as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of th
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, und will be pleased to
meet his friends und custom
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent n nd
appreciative Asheville and
Ainericuu families. 1'nlutcs
and tastes of people who be-
leve m gooil livmgcnnnot be
nimbugged by "Cheap. John"
goods. Cheap goods and
nrst quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable si e-
cialties, comprising in part
Fruits, Oranges, lemons,
Cranberries, Kaisiim, Figs,
M iseellu neons ( hoice O.K.
New Orleans Molasses, for ta
ble use, Prime. New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking, hx-
tru fine Assortment of Crack
ers. Fine Teas and Coffees a
Mince Menu Gordon ci Dilwortli'a.
mid other lirnmlK. I'lnin Pudding, Cull's
Piiiit Jelly, etc. Pressed and Crvstnlizcd
Ginger. Shml Hoc in kit. Hoc Herrings
nnil nil other goods in demand for the
lloiinnv. n. K. M-.l'l.l.K.
Wo beg to return llianks
for thesubstnnt ial recogni
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, Sutines, Ginghams,
wear and Kid Gloves.
Correct styles nt reason
able prices all along the
line, with a number of de
sirable things, at a fourth
below prevailing prices.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Pry Ciomla, SIhkh, llnti, Snuill
Warn, nnil lnrciii.
7 nnd 0 I'utton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
AHhevMle, N. C.
THE DAIL.V CITIZEN
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Sami'i;!. J. Randai.i. iliatiiinuislicil hiin
mill (luring his life as the friend of work
iiiKincn, and dmon( the tributes of re
spect to his memory which his family
received were many from labor ornani
Stanlkv has discovered an incxhnust-
uble supply of rubber gum in Africn
enough to stretch as far even ns the con
sciences of the men who make "water
proof" cloaks and overshoes, and that is
saying a good denl. Yet still the price
of manufactured rublwr goods goes ii
and the quality goes down.
0.1 Tin; 10th of April the manage
ment of the immigrant business at the
port of New York wns formally turned
over to the I'nitcd States authorities.
There will be no more conflict of Stale
and federal jurisdiction. We shall now
see how Uncle Sam alone will managc
n.Mi'1'.uiiK William's idea of internal
government nnd a free press was strik
ingly illustrated when Ilismnrck re
signed. The ncwspniicr correspondent
were not allowed to telegraph the infor
mation to their paM'ra in America and
lvuroie the same night the news wns
known first in lliiliii. It is no wonder
the I'nitcd States licats the world
journalistic enterprise. Our press has no
padlock anil cliam to its lips.
IIki'ohk Tin: war, when commerce was
carried on in wooden ships, the American
merchant marine led all the nations.
Now it is the day ol the iron ship, and
the American iron steamer is not, aud
never was, to any great exttnt. Yet
still, though we have lost our pre-emi
nence in commerce, we retain it as far as
wooden ships go. We still possess the
largest, fastest and handsomest wooden
sailing vessels a lion t. That fact mnv
not go very far as comfort, but still.
such as it is, we may make the most
It is far from a pleasant thought for
those who are booked fur luiropc that
there is no way of preventing disaster
on the ocean. Capl. Wat kins of the
Lity of Paris himself hatli s.iiil it, and he
adds consolingly. "All we can do is to
build strong ships, man them with com
petent men, keep ever on the nlert for
danger and trust the rest to ('mil."
There is a great deal of truth in that
saying, "You will die when vour time
conies," so walk right up to the compa
ny s oiuce ami settle.
TliiikK will be a most ini,siiii; labor
demonstration throughou. Lnrope on
the first day of May, although whether
or not anything pincticnl will come of it
is an oK'n ipicstion. The liuglish work
iuginen will join those of the Continent.
and K'rhnps the delegates to the late
International Labor Conference will be
impressed as they have not been before
Willi the magnitude ol the ipicstion with
which they have la I civ ntlcmnlcd to
Willis Tin: farewells were spoken at
the close of the I'aa-Ann riinn confer
enec Secretary Illaine cxpni-xd hiinwll
"I may express to vim the luuliiunil
satisliictiou with which the gotcrnuictit
line I tilled States regards the work
that has liecn nevoninlished bv the inter
national conference. The importance ol
the subjects which have claimed your
attention, the comprehensive iuiellijientv
and watclilul patriotism which you have
brought to their discussion, uiul chal
lenge the eouliilcnce mid secure the ad
miration of the governments and Kople
wnom you rcprvM-iil, while that larger
imlriiitisin which constitutes the Iralei-
uity of nation lias received Itoiu you an
impulse such as the world has not Ik lure
The following was President Harrison's
"I take pleasure ill the kuowteilKC ol
the fact that your labors haw Uvn
drought to n happy coihIumiiii. 1 lie
lillctcnces ol opinion Have been happilv
reconciled. I remark with pleasure the
proiHiaiuoii which win lie pniiiiictivv in
pence among Hie American Males n pa
nted in the ciinlcrcncc. II will he with
out excuse if one of them shall lilt a hos
tile hand against the other. We gave
vim the other ilnv n review til a small
letaehmeiit of the American nrmv not
to show you that wc have un army, but
that we have tunic: that our securities
are lodged with our Kiiplc, and that they
are sale. We rejoice thalyou have loiinil
in llicorgnuuation ol our country some
thing which commends itselt to your
own. Wc shall lie glad to receive new
lessons in return."
The month of April brings the niniiver-
snry daysof the tlenth of two of Atner
en's greatest men, lleujnmiii I'ranklin
nnil Abraham Lincoln. The two days
come very elosc together. I'ranklin died
peacefully In his lied, at the age of 84,
April 17, one hundred years ngo. It was
hcrcforc the centenary ol Ins death thnt
the American Philosophical society cele
brated nt Philadelphia on the 17th.
To I'ranklin undoubtedly belonged the
greatest philosophical mind America has
ever given the world. In a time of iencc
ne womii nave lira pre-eminent in tnc
milni ol science, bnlh abstract nnd prac
tical. Indeed, n distinguishing trnit of
his mind wns that at once it was so phil
osophical und practical. A he lived in a
time of wnr, however, he wns n states
man nnd h patriot, anil wns the real
originator ol some of the liest features ol
our tree government, l t younii and old
rend his lile, the old to refresh their mem
ories as to franklin's cxtniordinnry ser
vices lit his country, the young to learn
what those services were, nnd ponder on
them in their hearts.
It is the nunrtcr century of the denth
ol thnt other great American, Lincoln.
April in, nl daybreak, twenty-live years
ago. he died, cut off Mure his lime by a
deed of blood. I'ranklin lived to see many
of the holies he had formed renliied. To
Lincoln wns scarcely vniichsafrd even n
gliuiiac into that promised land of pence
lor which he had waited so long und
priiycd so nidetitly.
FOR A NINE HOUR DAY.
LOCAL WORKINCMEN LA
BORING FOR IT.
A Call for a Workliigiui-ti'H Meet,
Iiik for To-Morrow Nliclit The
UueatloM to be niHcuMMed
MaHter Work man fiitze Ap
prehends) no Trouble.
The nine hour a day movement has
struck Asheville und a call has licen issued
to working men to meet to-morrow
night in the hall over Brown & Gudgcr's
store to discuss the question. A week
ago Inst night a joint meeting of the
Carpenters' Union nnd the Knights ol
Labor was held to talk over the subject.
It was then decided to hold a meeting nt
which every working man in the city
should he invited to attend and express
Kurt her than this iietilions are being
circulated among the business men of the
town and they do not laik for signers.
The meeting to-morrow night will he
ocnnud it will then lie decided just what
action will lie taken on the matter.
John K. daze, the mastcrworkmnn of
the Knights of Labor, and who is largely
instrumental in liegiuiiiug the local agi
tation of the ipicstion, was seen this
morning, lie was of the opinion that
there would be no strike among the
laboring men, but that everything would
lie settled satisfactorily to both sides.
"A numlicr of the contractors have ex
pressed themselves as willing to accede
to the nine hour day," he said. "There
are very lew who object, and I do not
doubt but what they will finally agree,
and that there will be no trouble. The
movement is meeting with success in
other cities and I do not sec why it
should not in Asheville."
THE SOUTHERN PUGILIST.
Harry Colllna. a I.IkIiI Welicht
Price s-'lKbler. In AHlievllle.
Harry Collins, who styles himself the
'Southern Pugilist," is nt the Carolina
house and has issued n challenge to ant
ight weight in the South. He is a young
man of good npiearauec and dresses
neatly. He wns seen last evening by Tiik
"I will shortly lie 23 years old," he
said in reply to a ipicstion. "I wns born
in Alabama in May, IstiT. I have been
in the fighting business for a yenr. Thnt
is 1 have only liecn spnniug one year,
mt I was training for lour years lx.-1'orc
thnt. I have lawn in four fights to a fin
ish, in three of which I was winner. The
itlicr wns decided a foul hecuusc the op-
Mincut was heavier than me.
"My weight nt present is about loll,
but I train down to less than 1 5 for n
light. I have no trainer here, but I am
well (icipiaintcd with the method and
un easily instruct a man here to do the
work. I have liecn in Atlanta for the
past year. My chid training has been
under Jack Dacy, n trainer of good repu
tation in Atlanta nnd Hirmiiigham. My
challenge will remain oien ten days. In
the challenge it is left to the one accept
ing it to name the place for n meeting.
"There are a great many young men
here who have signified their desire to
have the fight take place near Asheville,
aud I think it can probably be arranged
so ns to have it somewhere in this neigh-
lorhood. 1 have received no nnswers to
mv challenge as yet, but have hardly
And time, I cxkcI all the correspond
ence will be done through Mr. M. II.
Kelly, with whom 1 have made n deposit
if $2011, I exjiect to remain in Ashcvihe
it month or so, even if no light is ar
There is no law to prevent n light
here," he said, "provided gloves arc
used, and wc always do use then, so
there is no danger ol police interference."
THE JURY DID THEIR PART,
Hut no ArraniceiueiitN Had liven
Made for Them.
The jury npxiiiitcd by the Hoard of
Aldermen to assess damages to property
ill the event of the widening of Lagle
street to lie thirty feet, met this morning
it 10 o'clock, but their rcHirt will not
throw any alarming amount of light on
The jury wns coniKiscil of M.J. Fngg,
J. W, Stnrncs, T. Ii. Ilrown, Ii. Iv. 1 lines,
T. C. Wcstnll and II. C. Hunt, nnd when
they went to the head of the street to
begin work it wns liiuud that nothing
had Ikxii done to nssist them. The city
engineer hud made no survey. There
were no points for them to go by nnd
after n vniti attempt to do something
the mcmliers returned to the office of the
city clerk and made their report, tt wns
short nnil to the (Miiut, nnd stated their
inability to do anything for which they
were appointed. I'.nch and every inch
viilunl member of the committee wns
Wcorcd Another MuccenM.
The audience thnt greeted the Mtisiu
Concert enmpiiny nt llattery I'nrk hotel
Inst night wns larger than the one of the
evening In-fore nnd quite as npnreciiitivc,
The feature of the entertainment wns the
rendition of "Moses' Prayer nnd Vnria
thins" on the 0 string by Ovldc Mtisin
The serenade by Annie Louise Tanner and
Mtisin wns also a pleasant number. The
violinist first nppcnrrd on the program
In Caprice No. 1, his own composition,
and wns forced to return twice before the
audience were satisfied.
The entire program was well rendered,
nml the company more than sustained
the reputation they had mndc on the pre
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Watermelon vines around Wilmington
nave been killed by trust.
A large cotton factory is soon to lie
built at Davidson College.
Maj. V. II.A.Hnrris, a prominent mer
chant of Scotland Keck, hud a slight stroke
Patsy Morris, wife of Samuel Morris,
was burned to death at Pamlico. Her
dress caught from a burning fence.
The second nnntial convention of the
Young Men's Christian Association will
lie held at Fa vet tc ville Muv 211 to
The Forsyth Riflemen, of Winston, have
decided to go to Richmond to the unveil
ing of the I ax monument. The company
Bill Davis, a negro, has liecn with much
ceremony inducted into office nsHistmns
tcr at Morchead City to the graitdclight
of the negroes.
Alex Oliver was accused of shooting
Dr. J. Burner at Matthews. He submit
ted in the criminal court at Charlotte
and was lined $2(1.
A ,,i,i .,i,:i,i ....!..
burned near Scotland Neck by its clothes
tllkini. firr- (Vnm nil rivftfi.ltrt tlwif it tlint
,i.:v.,.u:u i........ i..
. ijr-aA uuuin iiiLvi.
Governor Fowle is to deliver the ail
dress at the oiiening of the session of the
Miutiicrn I'.ilucational Association at
Morchead City, July 1.
Henry Timber-hike, n desncraU negro
criminal who two years ago escuicd from
jail at oxtonl, has Ixren recaptured. lie
is ennrgco with rolilmig a store.
The iircsbvterv of Favettcvillc have re
fused to release the Kcv. Mr. Shnw, who
nail received a call to the Graham Street
Presbyterian church at Charlotte.
The improvement of the wheat cron in
Catawba county, one of the lending
counties in its growth, is so great as to
particularly encourage the larmers.
It is nnnounecd that Thomas R. lerni-
gnn will licgin the publication nt Raleigh
June 21st of the North Carolina Intelli
gencer. It will be democratic in politics.
A rumor thatex-Govcrnor Inrvis would
lie n candidate for the congressional nom
ination from the First district has been
Moating around. He says there is no
truth in it.
Charlotte will hold an election on Mnv
12 to decide us to the issuance of $75.-
IMKI of bonds, proceeds to lie devoted for
the purpose ol widening and ininrovini:
The Salisbury Watchman denies that
Wakefield I rice, who died of nieniiiL'itis.
owes his death to the deadly cigarette
habit, nnd says that he would have died
if he never hud seen one.
Thomas Miirnhv. n SnliHb...v amnll
hoy, got hold ol n box of arsenic pellets
and put nine of them inside of his little
vest before he was discovered. Immedi
ate application of a stomach pump saved
his promising life.
W. I hike. Son & Company, the well
known cigarette manufacturers, have
decided to build at Durham a cotton fac
tory at which the Sccinlly will lie the
manufacture of spool thread. The fac
tory will cost 10,01 10.
Henderson is agitating the nuestion of
luililiug a railroad to Nash county. All
f the townships along the way arc said
lo be prepared to chin in the necessary
wherewithal nnd Henderson itsell is will
ing to do the right thing.
Col. Paul R. Means, of Concord, lias
announced himself a candidate for con
gress in the Seventh district subject to
the action ol the democratic convention.
Colonel Means says he lias received ninny
letters from nil over the district and is
hiiK.'fulof the nomination.
Track laying on the Three C.'s from
Rutherforilton to Marion will Is? com
menced in n short time. All the grading
on the road bed is done and the trestle
work will soon lie completed. The Three
C.'s and the Two C.'s nre preparing to
mini a union tlepot nl Kulhertorilton.
The (lnnghtcr of Mrs. loshun Milter
wns burned to death near Salisbury, and
her son's hands were badly burned' while
trying to save her life. Fourteen nctgh-
sirs wno svnmatinn-ii witn tier in Her
atlliction got together and plowed her
land nnil did what else thev saw to do.
Dick Landis and John Young fought nt
Oxford over a colored woman. The hit
ter was present. Younu' crushed theskull
ol his opponent with n liccr bottle nnd
took to I He woods. .Next day he was
found and soon after the clcnil Ixidv ol
his victim was discovered. Young is in
A scries of misfortunes have come to
Mr. lolin Duncan. nciirShnwhnro, Three
weeks ngo he buried his wife, since that
time he has lost n horse, and n few nights
ago his dwelling nnd nil his out-buildings
except his barn, by fire. His house
hold gt mils anil clothing were nearly all
Hamilton (Inks und his uncle, David
Oaks, iMi.irrclcd in Mitchell county over
the settlement of their business, Revolv
ers were drnwn and used freely nnd
iKitu were wounded, i ne former liven
two rinys and the latter is seriously
wounded. William Bass, who was
mixed up in the affair, wits aliihlied with
a dirk and will die.
Vance county was created outofnpnrt
of Granville. The debt question has
never been settled, but enmcup before the
courts last week at Louislmrg. The de
cision was in fnvor of Granville county.
There will prnlinblv lie nn apiienl. The
Granville ikhiiIc claim that $12,000 is
due their county nnd they promise to
liuilil n court notise with tins money.
Two colored bovs named Austin Hnrdv
nnd Tom Jones were fishing in Ronnoke
river nenr Scotland Neck nnd nttemnted
to go in n canoe to the government dredge
bout, l lint wns several days ngo nnd
they hnve not been seen since. They were
Heard linlloomg lor Help, but the swell in
the river prevented help from reaching
them, The canoe wns found entwined,
ami it is pretty certain that the boys
The assassination of I'dwnrd M. But
ler, which occurred nt Clinton, Sampson
county, hits hern explained. Avery, the
14-vcnr-oin son nt l lie murdered man.
confessed the killing nnd fled. He was
rnnturcri nnd is now in lad. The unnnt
urnl son gives ns tnc cause mr tneaeca
thnt his latlicr brat mm and that he
swore to lie revenged, A short time ngo
the bov niden his sister to clone with a
man whom Her lather noted, ami the
whinmnu no doubt resulted from thnt,
A reward of $200 had been offered for
John Kim mom who wns supposed to be
the guilty party.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 114 South Blaln St.
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J. 8. GRANTS
If your prescriptions are prepared at
Grunt's Pharmacy you can positively dc-
Ittndupon these facts: First, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound'
cd cnrcfully and accurately by an experi
enced Prcscriptionist ; 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
Grant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveied free ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Grunt's Phar
macy, 2-t South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
eil by any other drug house in the city.
We nre determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We 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 01
Chamois Skins in Aslie ville. Over 200
skins, all sixes, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use Iluncomlte Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly leliuhle remedy for all
blood diseases is lluncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
2 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Kvery lino of goodB in our
Htoek nt reduced prices. New
Spring Drew floods, includ
Sateens, Chullies, Mohairs,
I IenriettiiH, Silkn, Velvets, etc.
Counterpanes, Lnco Cur
tains nnd Curtain Draftcries,
and Household Linens at
astonishingly low prices.
Laces, Embroideries and
While Hoods in great quan
tity nt 5, S, 10, 12, 15, 20
and 25c. that cannot bo
matched at the price.
New lot of .Sun Umbrellas
and Fancy Parasols, tho
most elegant ever shown in
Ashcvilln. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at $ 1, worth $2.
Great bargains in Muslin,
Merino and Gauzo Underwear
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. Reduced prices in Corsets,
Gloves and Hosiery.
Millinery at prime cost, in
cluding lints, Hibbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something Now Wo sell
tho only absolutely Fast
Dlack Hosiery in tho markot
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Mon and Doys.
They are guaranteed not to
dyo, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STatBBT,
Oppoalt Bank of AsatrUls.
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