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Asheville Daily Citizen
In THE CITIZEN.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding three lines,
One Time, 25 rente. Three Times, SO eenta.
Q Six Times, 78 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. ii.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL. & SNIDER
TUB LUAllllKtl IN
THIS ENTIRE STOCK OP SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE ABOVE Ul
I'AKT.MENT AT PRIME COST, TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS I CALL EARLY !
33 8. MAIN ST., A8HBVILLU,
n Tim 1'lacx roa
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
TiAv and Sketches.
apr 18 d
y w. v. WJ14..
AHIIUVILLU, N. C.
Uffic Unrnard Duildlns;. I. O. Ilox OS.
I'lana, 8pcclncatlun, Detail., (be., fbrevcry
ctnss of building at short notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull and see us. aprlfld.ltn
Asheville, N. C, April II, 1HHU.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween th. anderalirned, under the firm name
of PULLIAM ft CO., is this daydlMolred liy
Diutnal consent. The debts due by said Arm
will lie paid by Lawrence Pulliatn, and the
debts due to said firm will tie paid to him,
iind the business continued by him.
U. C. WADDIU.L.
To our natrons of the past t
I have this day sold my interest and koimI
will in the Insurance business in Asheville to
Lawrence Pslllam, who will continue the
business. I bespeak for him a continuance
of yoar patronage.
D. C. WAUUULL.
LADIES' OXFORD TIKS
in Black, Tan and Fancy col
ors in great variety.
LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS
in the bout standard inakoH
from tho cheapest to the
Prices guaranteed as low
as the lowest.
F. E. MITCHELL,
NO. a8 PATTON AYUNVK.
Dealer in Boots, Shoes and
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
lu urauunl of not leu than $1,000. Apply tu
A. J. LYMAN,
Real lintate and Loaua,
Nun. 31 & 23 Uk"I Block.
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Wnnlsry i Vice-President, Thus. A. June. ; 8cc
and Treaaurer, D. 8. Wut.ua ; Librarian, M in
It. J. Hatch.
Cltltcn. and visitors are cordially invited
tn Inspect the catalogue and iniKTilie their
nnmti members. lanBOritf
EnKllBh and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNQ UDIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
I For many years Annoclatc Principal of Ml
Vrruun InRtltutc. llaltimore.t
Anittxtru by a cut-pa of com pen tent teacher.
own o i y
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
1(1 miles Mouth of Asheville, on A. ft 8. K. K
Per Month s-woo
Per Week 13 on
Per Day 3 uo
lilnner and Tea Purtics on oncday'snotice,
Thou. A. MorrlH, Prop.
nprlll dtf Ardrn. N. C.
FAMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
Ajtent for Kceme Creek Woolen Mills.
Asheville, N. C,
waltkn b. cswvh, w. w. win,
GWYN & WEST,
(Huccvasors to Walter B.Gwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans) Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioners oliiecils.
WVIKK Moulliennl Court HflUHre.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Invcvtiucnt Affcnta.
Loans se urely placed at N per cent.
niHces: UHt 30 Pntton Ave. Second lluor.
( Kurmeiiy of Lyman Kc Child I,
LOAN 1 JItOKElt
Htrlctly a Brokerage Bustiiicast
Lonns securely plnred nt N tier cent.
J ALU OP KBAL K8TATB.
I wl I nnr for s.le at the court house door
In the city of Asheville, N. C, on nntimlny,
the ad day of May, 1HIIO, at 13 m., the fol
lowing; described proirrty t
A lotof Inntl, with the improvements there
on, lylnil near the old depot or W. N. C. M. K.
Co., aiiiolniiiK the Innrie or Olrrlwood ft Mc
Lrllnn's old roundry lot, lieKinnlntf at astnkc
on the en.t side or the railroad trai'k, the
H W corner of said foundry lot and runs with
that line N n dcjrees U 100 fret to a stnkc;
thenee a, an degrees 4A minutes K inn feet to
a stakei thence 10(1 feet 00 deiirecs W lull
feet to a stnke thence N US drarecs 4il mln
utes W ISO feet to the bcKlnninK, contninlnH
about onc'thlrd of an acre more or less.
This lot eontnlns a aooil rrnme nulldlilll
with brick basement, 1 rooms, and a uond
well of water. Nltuatcri nrnr the line or W.
N. C. K. K. and the C. K. Orahatn cotton rnc
Imv. anil oilier factories near the new drnot.
It could lie ninde valuable as a boarding- or
tenement none. ....
Terms one-third cash, bnlane. In nnr and
two years. J. O. MARTIN.
. KSTABLWUKD 187-1.
W. C. CARMICHAEL
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For nixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription biiHineHS in AbIio
villo, striving at all times to
huy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
HrHt-class in every respect
iwerytlnng warranted as
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 fret
of charge to any 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 inrclligcntnnd
appreciative Asheville and
American families. Palates
and tastes of neonle who he-
heve m cood li vmsr cannot bi
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 m part
Fruits, Oranges, Lemons,
ranbernes, Kaisins, I iirs.
New Orleans Molasses, for ta
le use. Prime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex
tra fine Assortment of Crack-
rs. Fine Teas and Coffees a
Mince Meats Gordon & Ilihvorth's.
and other hrnnds. 1 'In in 1'ixliliiiK, Cult's
l-'imt Jelly, etc. Pressed nnl Crvstalizcd
dinner. Sluid Koe in kits. KovllcrrinuR
nml nil other noda ilcmiuul fur tlic
loliilaya. H. K. MiH.lvK.
We beg to return thanks
for t hesnbstantial recogni
tions of our great pnins in
the collect ion of an unusu
ally attractive stock, and
to direct special attention
to our medium and fine
Dress Goods, Silks, Vel
vets, Satincs, Ginghams,
Clothing,! Inderwear, Neck
wearnnd Kid Gloves.
Cornt't styles at reason
able prices all along the
line, with a number of de
sirable things, ot a fourth
below prevailing prices.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
ClotliitiK, Pry Goods. Shoes, Hats, Small
Wares, and v.nriets,
7 nil 0 I'utton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Tun i..tk S.J. Randall was one of tlie
few statesmen who could boast that he
was nothing but a private soldier in the
Goon goeiKTY, says a writer, is that
where it is of less importance to under
stand Greek than to understand good
Itis cluimed that CommnudcrMeCalla
of the war vessel Enterprise, was a brave
man anyhow. But would tt brave man
strike with his sword an inferior, who
dare not resent it ?
Wk small have half a crop of ienehes,
according to the latest estimate. Half a
crop to the producer, double the price.
Farmers ought to find consolation in the
ieiich crop, anyhow, as tar as it goes.
Yot' can't run oil' to Canada now with
boodle any more. The treaty of extradi
tion has gone into effect. Confidential
cashiers and trusted purtners must cross
the ocean or get into Mexico somehow
TiiiiNit is a strong movement in Eng
land in favor of abolishing capital pun
ishment. At the head of it in Liverpool
is the foreman of the jury that not long
since found Kichnrd Da vies and Ins
brother George guilty of murdering their
That i.oku high apostle of Mormon
dom, George F. Cannon, recommends the
saints not to was e their money in fool
itdi sieculations, but to hand it over to
the church. The church will take cere ol
il for them, will invest it profitably and
advance the kingdom of God besides,
says George. Yes, yes, George.
O.NK op the plcasnutc8t incidents of the
Pnn-Anicricnn visit to this country was
the presentation to the delegates of a
Ix-autiful silk flag spun and woven by
members of the Women's Silk Culture
Association of the I'nited States. The
cocoons which furnished the silk fiber
were also icrowii by the Indies. Dut for
all that it is claimed that silk cocoons
cannot be profitably grown in America.
Perhaps this is a mistake.
Tup. iiksikh expressed in certain repub
lican quarters that Curl Sehurz may re
turn to the republican party colls atten
tion to the fact that Mr. Sehurz has been
more absolutely out of politics for the
last two years than at any time in his
long career as a man in the public eye.
which Ix'gnn fully a third of a century
ngn. Hut lie must be an ingenious icr-
son who can find anything in the later
history of republicanism adapted to i li
ne Schurx to its support.
Till! sn.viiH question may be settled in
congress by the passage of u bill which is
a compromise among the extreme silver
men, the anti-silver men, the moderate
ilver men anil Secretary Wiudom. Then
the senate and house must miittmllv
inker nt each other's work awhile, just
to show that each feels its siiieriority to
the other. Then, as the Fifty-first Con
gress wanes, the bill may pass. In the
words of an eminent divine on the re
vision of the Westminster catechism,
Every good thing is a compromise."
A CI.11KI! canvass of the presbyteries ol
the United States shows that there will
be probably a two-thirds majority in
favor of revision of the catechism. Such
revision is enough to make John Calvin
and the original Westminster dignitaries
turn over in their graves. And yet, if it
is accomplished, the Presbyterian church
will go on and prosicr as though it hail
not accepted formally what once would
have been accounted heresy. Good men
will work righteousness and sinners be
converted in the church as though noth
ing hud happened.
CllAt'NClfV M. Diii'KW talked to the
ale Alumni Association ut Dclmouien's
recently regarding his trip to the South.
He told of the beauties and opportuni
ties or tins section, and advised any
young man with energy and a few dol
lars to invest to go South, instead of
West. In sjicaking of the negroes, he
said they would be better treated in the
South than in the North if they would
let polities alone. lie recommended that
postal savings banks lie established in
every Southern postoflice, so that the
blacks might save a dollar at a time, as
they were nl'raidto trust their fellowmen,
anil could not patronize national banks.
A banquet followed Dciew's siwech.
A RED REGIMENT.
Secretary Proctor has evolved out of
his own head a scheme which is emi
nently picturesque. He proposes to re
mit for service in the regular army a
regiment of 1,000 Indians. He will have
them officered by West Point graduates,
but the subordinate places arc to be filled
with Indians who have been educated in
the schools cast.
A gallant cavalry regiment these young
red men would make none braver, no
better riders anywhere. They would be
of great use on the Indian frontier. The
semi-wild life would suit them. The
plan is well worth trying. It is one more
step towards breaking in the Indian to
the usages of civilization. It is true
there arc one or two little drawbacks
that might interfere nt first. One would
be the hereditary tendency of the red sol-
icrs to scalp a conquered enemy, black,
red or white.
One drawback would be the insuiiern-
blc objection the gallant red man hns to
wenring trousers. If the United States
government can overcome this objection,
it will effect a reform the accomplished
Col. Cody, with prayers and tears, and
all his magnetic powers of crsuasion,
hns never been able to inniigurute in his
Wild West show.
THESE WILL BE TRIED.
A LIST OF THE CASES FOR
THE CRIMINAL. COURT.
The HchhIoii Will Be n Hriort One
Although There Is) Apparently
Plenty of Work to Do-forty
Five Canea on the Docket.
The criminal court convenes next Mon
day. The session will necessarily be of
short duration, as the federal court meets
May G. There are forty-five cases on
the docket, a list of which is given below
Mate vs. M. A. 1 rant ham, non-pay
mcnt of costs. A case was decided against
the defendant several years ago and the
costs were not paid.
State vs. Joseph Weaver, trespassing
at Hnttery Park. The defendant is a liv
ery stable drummer, and continued to
solicit orders at the Buttery Park after
iH'ing notified to desist. The case was be
fore the Mayor, and an npiical to the
criminal court was granted.
State vs. J. II. Steele, assault on Joseph
Weaver. The defendant, who is manager
of the Battery Park, after ordering Joe
Weaver off, struck him. The case was
licforc a justice of the eace and an ui-
ieal to the criminal court was taken.
State vs. Geo. Jordan, non-payment of
costs. The defendant was convicted ol
assault last term and this action is to re
cover the costs of the case.
State vs. Melvin Hayes and W.C. Mor
ris, his security, failure to upicar as wit
ness at the last term.
State vs. A. II. Islicl, carrying a con.
ccnlcd wcnKin. The defendant, who is a
mcnilicr of the Pinion Detective Agency,
wus convicted by the Mayor for carry
ing a weaKn when not in discharge of
his official duty, and nnapKaI was taken.
State vs. M. II. Spivv, malicious injury
to personal proierty.
State vs. W. K. Smith, malicious injury
to K'rsonnl projcrty.
State vs. W. K. Smith, ulfrny.
State vs. Chas. Kash, disturbing religi
State vs. Oscar Taylor and Wesley
State vs. Sullic Hirst and S. P. Carson,
State vs. Robt. Lytic, nfTray.
State vs. Marion Fowler and II. K,
Mcllee, non-payment of costs.
Slate vs. Thos. Wilson, non-payment
State vs. A. Prisbec, non-payment of
State vs. Jas. Fore, iion-iiayment of
State vs. Glover Holliugswortli and
John Nash, wanton injury to iwrsonnl
State vs. Bob Biickner, John Anders
and Nick Anders, assault with a deadly
Stale vs. Bob Dcwcczc, assault with n
State vs. Kichnrd Maucy and Nelson
State vs. Melvin Hayes and S. Sexton,
State vs. Jus. Whittiinore, Iwis
llnnks, J. V. Dillingham and Joe Webb,
State vs. Gus Home and Sarah Whit
tiinore, fornication and adultery.
State vs. Sallic Hirst and Delia Car
State vs. Melvin Hayes, affray.
State vs. Vess Dcwecze, assault with
Slate vs. Joel Bishop, assault with
State vs. Henry Earwood, Joel Bishop
and Chas. Earwood, affray.
State vs. Sam Henry, assault with a
State vs. Jos. Tolley, Dave Tollcy and
William Davis, assault with deadly
State vs. Win. Greenlee, assault.
State vs. Bryson Douglas ami Win.
Turner, larceny and receiving stolen
State vs. Joe Bull, affray.
Slate vs. Kiley Taylor and Joe Mctz,
Slate vs. J. C. Kymer, assault with
Slate vs. Charles Kolierts and Gut
Stale vs. Sclvu I'cnlnnd, assault with
State vs. KuIh: Liscnlicc, secret as
sault. State vs. J. C. Kymer and Tuckora
Brnckctt, fornication and adultery.
State vs. Judson Anders and Liz Wil
liams, fornicution and adultery.
Stale vs. A. M, Pcnland, ieacc war
rant. State vs. B. Furrier, kiicc warrant.
State vs. C. L. Jenkins, non-payment
State vs. Murphy Burgin, icncc war
rant. A PleaHnnl Wedding.
Mr. Milton Harding and Miss Nannie
E. Tcmplcton were married last night at
the home of the bride's father on French
Broad avenue, the Rev. G. C. Rankin of
ficiating. Quite a Inrge number of friends
were present and the occasion was nn ex
ceedingly pleasant one. Mr. Harding is
a member of the firm which scccured the
contract of the government building In
the city and he is to be doubly congratu
lated on his good fortune.
Real Kalale Tratiftfcm.
B. L. Morgan and wife to J. H.
Courtney, 03 acres on South
W.B.Gwynnnd witcto I.S.Leary,
lot in West End 200
Elwyn Waller to L. K. Carter, lot
on Chestnut street 2,000
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Goldsboro is to have four public drink
The State librarian is preparing to is
sue a new catalogue.
Wake suixrinr court, civil term, is in
session, Judge McKac presiding.
Vance county clnims a whetstone
quarry inferior to none in the world
Dr. J. Henry Smith has been pastor of
a ureensiioro cliurcn lor thirty-one years,
E. M. Short, of Washington, hns lost
three sets of dry kilns in the last two
Winston has fifty-five tobacco facto
ries and 19,000,000 of plugs are shipped
iroin tncre yearly.
-ivc hundred and one mortnirrs on
land in Hyde county liuve been recorded
in tnc last ten years.
Several hundred pounds of cotton were
(icstroycu iy tire in tne nig funs cotton
r , . ...i.M
Eighteen more convicts hnve been sent
from the penitentiary to the Roanoke
and Southern railway.
The index of the 10-lth North Carolina
law reports is Itcingcomplcted. The vol
ume will soon be out of press.
A hurricane blew down four houses
and dttmngetl several others near a mine
at Indian trail, Union county.
Forest fires destroyed 200 cords of
wood for M. Mel). Willi tms, near S(out
hpnngs, in cumiicrlnnd county.
Wnvue Lodge, No. 112. Masons, of
Ooldsooro, Had twcntv-cight members
Inst January. Now it has fifty-one.
A rumor is ucinir circulated and is co-
ing the rounds of the State press that
Bishop Lyman is soon to Ik married
Thirty hands are employed clearine up
tnc proposed site ol tne Kortn Carolina
Steel and Iron company at Goldsboro.
A. II. Motley & Co.. a Reidsville to
bacco firm, have sent a salesman around
the world in the interest of their house.
If lames Gilmorc. of Lcxinulon. had
lived until August he would have been
l oil years old. lie died a lew days ago.
Joseph us Daniels, the editor of the Ral
eigh State Chronicle, will deliver the
commencement address at Gruham Col
John Ellis was tried at Lenoir on a
charge of assaulting a nine year old girl.
The evidence was insufficient and he was
Mr. William U. Stcinir, for sixteen
years a resident of t.uillord county, is
dead. He was a prominent active mem
ber of the I. 0.0. F.
Mnior M. H. Pride, of Mt. Holly, is
the owner of a chicken which has a taste
for feathers. All the other fowls in the
yard suffer in consequence.
Interviews with fnrmers from Gfnnville.
Durham, Oranjn, Alamance. Person und
Caswell counties are to the effect that
the tobacco crop will be poor.
William Ziculcr. a Winston nctrro. was
found guilty of nn attempt to rape anNO-
year-old and blind white woman. He
was sentenced to ten years in the (icni
tentiary. The supreme court hns hecun the call
fthc Twelfth district. Next Mondnv
the call of npiieals set at the end of the
ockct will begin, comnicncini: with those
from the First district.
A mulatto boy at Wilmington named
Ben Strayhorn fired two shots nt a col-
red man named Allen. The tact that he
was fined only $15 is all that is neces
sary to show that his aim was poor.
A shaded blue crane was killed near
ladcsboro. It measured six feet from
ip to tip, five feet and two inches from
its toes to its bill, and when it opened its
mouth its took up seven inches of space.
Dr. John F. Crowcll. of Trinity Col
lege, will deliver the annual address be-
ire the literary societies of the Collegi
te Institute at commencement, and
Rev. 1. Y. Fair, of Richmond, will preach
the annual sermon.
The GrecnslMiro Workman learns thnt
the subscriptions for stock in the steel
company have footed up about $:I00,-
oiio ami tuat wnen .o i.tmo nnve occn
subscrilied the books of subscription will
proimuly lie closed until a sale ol land is
Four centlcnicn of Worthvillc have
caught .'175 pounds of fine fish in Deep
river this season. Mr. Trogdon killed nt
one shot three white suckers weighing
e , . , .
lour jHiiimis ciicii, una ni nnoiner lime a
trout weighing six and three qunrtcr
Mr. Solomon Rouse, who lived near
Mount Olive, was completely cremnted
at his home. A half gallon measure held
II the remains that were found. Just
how the snd accident Ixl'ell him is not
known. There is not the slightest sus
picion of foul play.
The Wilmington Messenger cninved its
twenty-third anniversary on Tuesday
and the event was celebrated with a ban
iiuet tn all of the employes at the Orion.
I ne Messenger nns reason to DC proud ot
its loniz nnu uscitii nic anil is now one
of the liest piqicrs in North Carolina.
The Governor's Guard, a crack military
organization of Raleigh, have made ar
rangements for A concert and prize drill,
open to the State, on the 20th. The best
drilled man is tn receive $50 and the sec
ond $10. The Guard will not enter for
the prizes and its three ranking officers
will be the judge.
A most distressing accident occurred nt
Monroe Inst Friday. The children of C.
N. Simpson, hnving through curiosity re
moved the covering from n well which is
being dug in the yard, were playing
around the same, when Baxter, a 3-vear-
old child, approaching too near it, fell in,
and strikinji his head against a rock, was
The moonshiners arc outrageously
bold In their hchnvior in Person county.
They forced their way into the jail in
Roxboro a few nights ago, in order to
get some continbnnd whiskey, and now
they hnve forced their way into main
store at Hurdle's Mills, in order to re
gain possession of pnrt of a whiskey still
which had been seized by revenue officers.
The mob wns heavily armed, masked and
The following officers hnve been elected
for the Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Asso
ciation : B. C. Clark, of Davidson College,
president; A. 8. White, of Trinity Col
lege, vice-president; W. A. Gillon, of Dav
idson College, secretary and treasurer;
D. A. Blackburn, of Davidson, and R. L.
Durham, of Trinity, executive committee.
The contest for the sold medal will take
place in the Y. M. C. A. hall of Charlotte
on tne uin aay oi may.
J. S. GRANT. Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, South main St.
Tfcw sr s IsaclHo.
c ty.ia. m fern.
mUm i.i.IIm. Yknmm
at HlWH. Priw,S(Hfc
r.r mtt mi .wsgiiMi m hr
55 Main It, Buffalo, N.V ts4 IstwMtlesil Brtdfs,0nt
roa sals bv
J. 8. GRANTS
If your prescriptions are prepared at
Grant's l'hormacy you can positively dc-
lend upon these facta: First, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, S4SouthMaiostreet.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and delivettd Iree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Crant'a Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
We are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we hare 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
We have the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins In Aslteville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on hand.
Use Buncombe Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly icliuhle remedy for all
blood diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Kvery lino of goods in our
stock at reduced prices. New
Spring Dress Goods, includ-
Sateens, Challies, Mohairs,
Ienriettus, Silks, Velvets, etc.
Counterpanes, Laco Cur
tains and Curtain Drajwries,
and Household Linens ut
astonishingly low prices.
Laces, Embroideries and
White Goods in grent quan
tity at 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20
und 25c. that cannot bo
matched at the prieo.
New lot of Sun Umbrellas
and Fancy l'urasols, tho
most elegant ever shown in
Ashevillo. Also a lot of Silk
arasols at 1, worth f 2.
Great bargains in Muslin,
Merino and Gauzo Underwear
or Ladies, Misses and Chil
Reduced prices in Corsets,
Gloves and Hosiery.
Millinery at prime cost, in
cluding Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something New We sell
tho only absolutely Fust
Black Hosiery in the market
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Roys.
They are guaranteed not to
dyo, crock or turn green, or
4 SOUTH MAIN STHBST,
. Opposite Baak tt AssmvUM.