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Asheville Daily Citizen
In THE CITIZKN.
VOLUME VI. NO. 12.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
A N 1-
THE liNTlKli STOCK OF SliASoN-
AIILB GOODS IN TUB AHOVli Dlv
I'ARTMKNT AT I'KIMB COST, TO
MAKIJ A CHANG12.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS !
GREAT BARGAINS !
RARE CHANCE 1
S3 . MAIN ST., AHIIKVILI.lt,
-I. TIIH FUCI rK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
npr IN d
J. W. U. WILL.
ASUIUVILLII, N. C.
limce llarnnnl Ilullilln. I. it. Hot 03.
Plans, 8iccincnllons, lietnlls, At'., forevcrjr
rlnaa of lnilMIng; at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call anil are n.. nprl rt il.lm
Aahcville, N. C, April II, 1NHU.
The copartnership heretofore cslatina: be
tween the undersigned, antler the Arm name
of I'til.l.lAM ft CO.. I. thla dayrilaanlvcd li
oiulual content The drliu rine by .aid Arm
will lie paid by Lawrence I'ulllam, and the
ilrlita due to anlil Arm will lie paid tu him,
and the tiualncse continued by him.
LA WMKNCti I't'LLIAM.
V. C. WADUKLL.
To our patroaa of the paat :
I have thla day anlil my Inlervat anil uuod
will In the Inaurance business In Aahrvllle to
Lawrence I'ullliim, who will continue the
liualniaa. I lieaieak for him a contlnunncc
of your patronaiie.
D. C. WADIIULL.
LADIES' OXFOUP TIES
in Plnek, Tun and Funcy col
ors in grout vurioty.
LADIES' PUTTON HOOTS
in tho best Mtutulard makes
from tho cliuux8t to the
Prices ituiiraiitd us low
us tho lowoHt.
P. E. MITCHELL,
NO. 8 PATTON AVENUE.
Dealer in Poots, ShoeH and
aprtl dl at
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
In uuiouut of not Icaa than 1,0cm. Apply to
A. J. LYMAN,
Real Estate and Loantt,
Nua. 31 & 33 Legal Block.
uprSI ill w
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A ROOMS. )
Illicit dully, eicept Hunduys, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. in., and 4 until 0 p. in.
i ne terms or aunacriptiun arc: one year
S3; 0 nioa., $1.60; 3 moa., SI ; 1 mo., (10 it
dully a eta.
officers for IHUO President, Charles W
Woolaey; Vlcc-Prcaldcnt, Thoa. A. Junes; Sec.
nnil Treaaurcr, D. 8. Wataon; Librarian, Mlw
U. 1. Hatch.
Cltltcna and vlaltora are cnrillnlly Invited
to Inspect the catalogue and Inscribe their
nnme. aa member, innaorftf
Eiiglitth and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Bruad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
For many yeara Aaaorlatc Principal of Ml.
Vcrnon Inatltute. Baltimore. I
Altcd by a corps of compentcnt teacher..
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
AND COTT AUICS.
Ill mile. Mouth of Aaneviltc, on A. ft 8. K. H
13 on I
IMnner und Tea Parties on oucdny'auoticc,
Tho. A. Morris), Prop..
nprioiltf Anli'N, N. C
AMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agtnt fur kecnia Creek Woolen Mill.
North Main Ahevllle. N. C
iroiiHi i j
Waltrh B. Owvn, W. W. Wkkt
GWYN & WEST,
iMucceaaora to Walter B.Uwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Securely placed at 8
Motury Public. Commisaloncra oflivcdM.
OfsIVK-Houlhcant Court tiquarc.
t 'arau'ii iiun unfits
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inveittiuent AKcnts).
Loana ac urcly plniTil at H ht cent.
oiHcea: a Ht att
I'attun Ave. Hecond Hour. I
( Formerly of Lyman c Child I,
Miriciiy a uroKeraite huhiiichm
Lonna aectirely plnceil at M tier cent.
Mil h iinm
gAI.U OF HUAL IIHTATIt.
I wl'l oflVr far aalr at the court hi mm- iluur
In tile city of Aahevllle, N- C, on Hiltlirdny,
ine an nay or May, ixiio, at 11 m the lol-
iiiwinsT ilracrlhcu property l
A lot of land, with theiiiiprovrmrlltNttu-rc-nn,
lying; near the old depot of W, N. C. K. K
Co., aillolnliia the Innda of Olrdwoml Hi Me-
l.rllnn'a old foundry lot, heitinnliiK nl nslnkr
on ine inn ame or ine rallronil track, the
W comer ofaalil foundry lot anil rutin Willi
Ihnt line N nu drama B loo feet to a atakc:
thence S). illl drxreea 4A minutes H Inn feet In
a atnke i thence a loo feet nil dcKreea W loo
fret I" a atiikci thence N an drifrcca n mln
uti-a W l.lo Iret to the lietnniiiK. ennlninliiK
iiiimii iinr-tnirii ui an acre more or leu.
I ma nu riininina a Ileum n-nme llllllillnu
wllh lirlck linaenirnt, 14 rooms, and a aimi!
well of water. Hltunted nenr the line of W.
N. C. H M, and the C, If. (Irahnm cottiin fac
tory, and other fiu-torlea near tile new ill-put,
It could lie ninile valunlile aa a boarilliiK or
Tcrme one-third cash, balance In nne and
two yeara. J. U. MARTIN.
JHMid&wuiifl afwita -. ,t . ,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For (sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre-
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
buy pure Drugs und sell no
goods that are not strictly
Hrst-claHH in every respect.
I'iVerytlnng warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
low us the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered five
of charge to any
part OI the
Mr. J. 1 nylor AllllSS IS With
me, una will he pleased to
meet his friends and custom
S. R. KEPLER,
it-i niii- jriicviin) it in 1
American fa millCH. Pala tes
Mild tastes of people Who bMK"K of lonr "regulators" who
lieve ill good livingcannotbi
huiumiggetl by "(. heap.Iohn
goods. t'heai goods and
first quality are not synony
mous. I have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable six
cm I tics, comprisiiiir m pari
Fruits, Oranges, Lemons,
Cranberries, Raisins, Figs,
Misce Inneous ( hoiceO.k.
New Orleans Molasses, for ta-
hle use, l'rnne Aew Orleans
MoIasHcs, for cooking. Ex
tra fine Assortment of Crack
ers. i ine 1 eas and ( onees a
Mince Meats Cordon & Dilworth's,
and other brands. Hum Pudding, Calf's
pool jelly, etc. rrcsscd anil Irvstnhzcd
(inger. Shad Roe in kits. Hoc Herrings
mill nil other goods in ilcnmml for the
Mondays. s. K. K lil'l.l.K
We beg to return thanks
for Ihesubstantial recogni
tions of our great pains in
tho collection of an unusu
ally attractive stock, and
to direct special attention
to our medium and fine
Dress floods, Silks, Vel
vets, Satines, (linghains,
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.
I PL.! ltlfr Itru rlf.nil. Klin.. Il.tfu t,iH
W'urea, and Carpets.
7 and 0 1 'at ton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville. N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN,
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Ji'iir.iNG from the election returns from
Rhode Island it in not safe for tlic repuli-
lieiins to trust in I'ruviik'iiee. lliill'al
HiiNKV GbOKHK !b having a great time
in Australia. He finds that Australian
hospitality impost! a great tax on the
It IB just 115 years since the world
heard the shot that was fired 'round it
There was no liuselinll in those days
otherwise the embattled farmers would
have liven caught out.
Sknatoh Qi'AV will deserve the rcpu
tation of licing the silcutcst KIi iciun
ever reared in this country if he fails to
notice in anyway the iien-nuil-iiik por
traits of him going the rounds of the
Iowa i-ah.mi:ks arc sowing oats by the
light o' the moon. The weather has been
unfavorable till now, and they urc work
llll? Illlfllt Unit dnv In nuiki nti Iftr Inul
lime. Wild oats arc usually sown by
moonlight. Chicago Herald.
Tim lottishv oetupus is reaching out
. ',"", ""im,lB " ,K",c"l, cn
M"tll VU (M,aMIIIl IfllW IIIIIIC
within its power. It has offered the
State 5(10,000 in half-million iustul
incuts if it will renew its charter for 1'."
Si'CMKTAHV Winiiom will be iKipular
enough in revenue marine service wIh-ii
it is learned that he has prohibited "tric
ing up" ns n sliiiboarl punishment fin
drunkenness. The misdemeanor is bad
enough, but does not deserve thii
1 l limn: is n lourlmi-vcnr-iilil bov out
in Missouri who shot and killed two of a
brutally lienting his lather. lie ought
to have a whole string of medals. lie
may never make his mark, but he is dead
sure to hit it.
Tun nami; of the Lord Chancellor ol
ICngland, the highest judicial funetiiinnrv
of the realm and lhckcccr of theQumi's
conscience, apiears in the public prints
ns a director in a .-ailroad comnanv.
What would people think here if the
Chief Justice of the I'uiled States, or any
of his associates, held J similar position1
ST.i.l.hV story of the forest dwarfs ol
Africa is a delightlul satire, unconscious
or not as It may lie, on the flutnmcrv
which our mushroom "aristocracy" is
forcing on us. "These dwarfs," s.iys
Stanley with a quiet wink, "are the
oldest aristocracy in the world, tracinc.
their lineage back for fifty centuries.'
They arc olive in complexions, highlv in
telligent, and their queen is a charming
little woman, who will make n striking
figure in Stanley's forthcoming book.
I'M. Tai.mauk said during his lecture
the other evening: "Ho not think be-
I cause a man is sedate that he is religious,
or because lie is merry that he is wicked.
I ne biggest scoundrel I ever knew was
I once a memlier of my church, lie was
I corrupt in many ways, but we found liim
out niter a while. He had a connli'iinncc
that would draw tears from an under
taker. The jolly M.-ople ate tlioc that
can Iw trusted, but the sober ones will
larur watching." Moral: Ik-jolly if you
Ciinvuntiiins urc necessary factors in
civilisation now, and an important one
has just closed in Richmond. The negroes
of Virginia who met to discuss the necdi
of their race and the problems ol then
future were intelligent men who under
l.lood what is needed for the welfare ol
their race. The incidental discussion ol
emigration showed how little faith the
colored eoplc who understand them
selves have in schemes of that sort. Tin
voice of the convention was in wise re
commendation of tclf-hclp, of education
and work of negroes for their own ml
vaneemcnt apart from politics ami poli
ticians. Tni'.KK is a great deal that is fiiimv, ns
well astuuch that is scrious.iii thedivoree
courts. In New York, the other day, then
npia-nred u young couple who, alter u
year of wedded lite, prayed for a legal
separation. 1 he trouble between them
apK-nred by the evidence to lie of a rather
trilling nature, but the grand row came
when the young liusbaiid found that his
wife bathed her nl poodle in the family
bathtub ami couiIh-iI the animal's coat
with the household tousorin! implements.
"This paralyzed me," said the husband
to the judge, who, however, finally le-
iilcd that, inslcad of a divorce, the
young couple ought to lie well spanked
and sent home. II is honor is a very
A smootii-toni;i 1:11 rascal has been vic
timizing luruici s m .New lork State
with a new swindle, representing him
self us the inventor ol a new ploughshare,
which in order to introduce he is willing
to leave without payment, provided that
the farmer would agree to give it a trial,
and promise to recommend It to his
neighbors. To a simple little agreement
of this kind the farme' put his name; the
ingenious inventor handing him a foun
tain H-n, with which he had written out
the rest of the paicr in order to sign it,
Alter n short time several farmers found
notes for dilfervut amounts in circulation
with their signatures attached, ami then
it was discovered that the fountain k-ii
had had two compartments. With the
fading ink in one the swindler had writ
ten, and with the indelible ink his victim
had attached his name tu what In a lew
days bccninc a blank sheet.
KILLED H A DOLLAR.
CEO. GIBSON SHOOTS CH AS,
WALKER AT BILTMORE.
SLAYER CLAIMS IT WAS
He In ruder Arrexl and In Jiill
Hays) he Would Have filveu
Hlmaeir up To-NIitlt.
Charles Walker was shot and fatally
wounded at Ililtmorc to-day by George
Gibson. The parties arc colored. Gibson
is under arrest anil claims that the deed
was done in self defense.
Walker, hns for some time past owed
his slayer $1.2!i, which he promised
pay at noon to-day, when he would
paid off. At the appointed hour he went
to the place where Gibson wits working
and told him he could not pay him
Some words followed and finally Gibson
got Walker's watch and revolver unde
the pretext ol looking at them, and put
them in his pocket. Walkershortly after
At 1 o'clock he returned and Gibson
says he advanced threateningly ukiii him
with his hand on his hip pocket ns if ti
Iraw a gun. He said something which
'lilison did not hear and sprang forward
The latter drew his revolver and fired
The ball struck Walker in the stomach
and he fell to the ground,
Aid was summoned and the wounded
man removed. He cannot ixissililv sur-
ive his injuries.
Gibson returned to his work mid a tele
grain was at once sent to Sheriff Key
nolds, who dispatched two olhccrs to
rrest him. lie was found at work
was Ins intention, lie said, to give
imself up to-night. Walker was mi
inpliive of the hrickvnrd and Gibson
worked on the Vanderbilt cstntc. The
prisoner was before Justice Sunimcy at .'
'clock and was committed to jail. The
revolver used was a :V.'alil)er.
THE BOARD MEETING.
Much IIuhIuchm TraiiHiiclc-cl, tout
l.lttle of Importance.
Mr. K. M. I'tirmnii was Isfore the
Mayor and Hoard of Aldermen last
ight, and asked that College street lie
ideneil from North Mam street to
Woodbury's stable, as was ordered some
ti ne ago. lie stated that pronrtv own
era along the route, including himself,
had paid in the amounts assessed I hem
as benefits, with the exception of om
it was ordered that Mr. Sorrclls, who
ikx upies the store on the corner, lie noti
fied to move out by June 1, and that
dipt. Troy lie instructed to proceed with
II. W. Cnublc asked that the city au
thorities do something to prevent the
water from overflowing his blacksmith
shop nud garden in North Asheville
whenever it rains. The matter was re
lerred to Mayor lllantou, who is to visit
the place, and has power to net.
I-. M. I'oster stated that he wished to
cut a ditch Irom Soul hside avenue, across
McDowell street to the branch, ami
asked the Hoard to give him plunk
and stipHrls to build a bridge across
the ditch at Mcliowell street. He was
instructed to buy the lui.ibcr ami present
the bill to the city.
Mr. Murray of the water drpnrl'iiciil
asked that the Hoard purchase two pair
of rubber hoots each for his men who
iflen have to work in the mud and water
lor several hours, lie was instructed to
buy them at the city's cxicnsc.
It was ordered that a jury lie put oil
liugtc street to widen it nine In t.
Mr. Miller reported that he had a let
ter from the Uamewell l-'irc Alarm Tele
graph Co., saying that the striking ui-
paralus for the bell in West lintl would
ost about $ 100, No action was taken.
Colonel J. M. Kay asked that the
lienclila assessed to him for widening
South Main street, amounting to $",
lieollset by damages done to his proi-
erty by running the sewer main through
it. The sewer committee was instructed
to investigate the matter and report at
the next meeting.
Captain Cocke and Captain Atkinson
were present ill la-half of their railroad
schemes, but nothing new wusdcvcloped.
A resolution wus passed making it com
pulsory for those intending to apply to
the board for u charter for any import
ant enterprise to give notice to that
tlfeet through a city paier for at least
three days Ih-Ioic making such applica
tion. Mr. J. M. CamplK.ll asked that nu al
lowance of $10. .10 lie made to V.. II.
llritl lor work done on the roek wall on
llultriek street, under his orders. The
matter was referred to Aldermen Miller,
Wolfe and I-'it.patrick.
Mr. Pearson asked the board to have
water put on alley street. It was re
ferred to the water committee.
The city lax collector was authorized
to collect taxes from Messrs. Hunt and
Martin unless they completed the In idge
on Alkin street us they agreed.
The onicliil Notification.
Mr. J. A. Wagner this morning re
ceived the ollicial notification of the
awarding of the contract for the new
public building to liemens ami Harding.
The contract price is $70,(100 and It calls
for the erection and completion with the
exception of liic heating apparatus mid
approaches. It is to be ready for plas
tering during the season of 1HU0 and
ready for occupancy by May 1, 1801.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Nine prisoners esenicd from the jail
iienacrson, V unci-county.
Three thousand dollars has been tol
Iccted for the soldier's home.
Cotton is coining up nicely nlong the
line of the Carolina Central railroad.
The next session of Orange Prcsly
tcry will be held ut Winston next Octo
licr. A negro named Amie has declared him.
self ns a candidate for mayor of the city
New Hanover county magistrates and
commissioners nave voted to 0uildn$17
oou ones, poor House.
J. (1. Blaine is the name of a nciro who
is presiuent oi a DlllUlillL' and loan nsso.
iiubiuu it iiinuigioii.
The government dredec force nrc aiid
to kill u great many fish in the Koanoke
river liy Wasting with dynamite.
(nvernnr Fowlc has become no Odd
fellow, and joined one of the lnro-eat mid
most nourishing lodges in Knleigh.
The telegraph line is now complete on
me Lape l-ear and Ya '-"i Valley rail
ronu irom vt iimmgion to i .-tteville.
F. Sink hns been appointed postmnstc
at Carlisle, Davidson county, and J. L
Jones nt Mt. ion, Wilkes county.
The Commonwealth club, of Durham
has IsH-n reorganized. Julian S.Cnrr hns
Isx-n elected president, and I". L. Fuller
According to Kowcll'sNcwspuer Direc
tory for IN'.MJ there arc 1112 paKrs in
North Cnrolinn with u combined circula
tion ol ItiT.L'.iO.
New York cnnitalists have subsrrilirH
$14.1.(1110 of the capital stock of the Win
stun Land nud Improvement company,
which is iiiiti.niiti.
A GreenslMiro uenllemiin misdirected n
letter anil it took tlm laislnl aulhori
lies just eleven months to find nut the
mistake and return the letter to him.
Next week 11(1 more convicts will In
put at work on the koanoke and South
ern railway. Of these ISO will Iw from
.North Carolina and sixty from Virginia.
The Thonmsvillc Female Collcuo has
is-eii sum ny i -resilient Kcinliurt to I'rol.
I rank Curtis, of South Carolina. He
will take charge of it us president in Scp-
Mr. William Salmon, an old Confed
erate soldier who lived near Wilmington.
iii.ii hi me iitinpiiiu in mm pmce .Mon
day from the i-llcct of wounds received
during the war.
The iMisloffice nt Monmnton wanes-
laniisiieil m IT'.i.i with u man named
Watson ns iHistmaster. At that time
here were not more than ililt) mistolliees
hi mc i iiiu-ii muics.
Jacob Shcoonrd. while workino nt the
saw mill of Wm. Jones, in Randolph
county, accidentally tell uimih n revolv
ing saw and had Ixith hands severed
Irom Ins arms above the w-rist.
The Winston correspondent of the
State Chronicle snvs it is rumored that
Ii. I.. Hawkins, of New York, who is con
nected with the street railway coiiinanv
nt Winston, will start a daily republican
The supreme court has refused tnirrnnt
a new trial to Jordan I 'ritchard, convicted
it I lie murder nl I laniel .Mosclev in Green-
llle Clllltltv. The Govrriuir wdl iirnli.
ably Iw ietitioiied to commute t lie death
sentence to tile imprisonment.
A mass meeting of Kolicson county
itizens will lie held nt l.umlicrton tu
insider the advisability of cxtvuilim!
the railroad from l.umlicrton to the Kcil
Springs. The la-ople seem to lie in car
nest and it is thought the road will In-
An cxehnnue of courts has la-en nr.
ranged la-twccn ludgcs Womnck nnd
Ariiilield by which Indue Womnck will
hold the spring terms ol Granville, Chnt
Iiiiiii, Durham, Alamance nnd Guilford.
nnd Judge Armficld will hold those ol
ocnie, naiiiax ami i. raven.
A letter from lilizaliethCitv states that
contracts and trade in oysters from the
iwer sound arc still carried on throuch
the Alla-rmiirle and Chcsux-akc cnnnl
anil through (k-rncokcaml llattcras in
lets, nnd that there is n wed grounded
suspicion ol fraud and corruption on the
part of the patrolmen.
Miirgantnn is to have nstcnm laundry
The Herald says the town is now paying
about $10.(1110 a year for laundrv dills,
and the parties who nrc going to estnb-
sn ine steam laundry Have nunle a eorc-
lul survey of the field nnd have decided
that they can save the citizens some
money nnd make some themselves by es
tablishing the enterprise.
A neurit snt down on the track of the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta rail
road lust Friday morning lirtwccn mid
night nnd dny nnd went to steep. Shortly
nllcr n pnssengrr train came along t. nil
nocked mm on. lie was discovered liv
the section hands nnd taken to the ent
ire I hospital in l Imrlottc. The attend
ug physician thinks hesustained internal
inpiries which may prove fatal,
At the State I'llivemitv on nluiinii iliv
R. II. Hntlle, of Knleiuh. will deliver n'n
address on the lite nnd services ol the
late Professor Charles l'hilliia. Colonel
vt , II. J. liurgwyii, ol Henderson, will
leliver the nlunini mldress. His subiect
will lie "The Necessity of Preserving the
.Memorials ol the rust nnd Trnnsmittmu
to Posterity a lust and Impartial His.
tnry of North Carolina." In the after
noon there will lie a hnnqiiet. It occurs
The board of trustees of the Tlaotist
Stale Female College at Kaleiub hove
linsen a site for that institution. It is in
the centre of Hint city, within n block of
the cnpilol building. It is nearly three
acres ol land, and the price paid for it is
$:i."i,000. Knleigh presents the site. An
ndowment of $100,000 is to Iw raised.
The president of the college wilt Ik-chosen
nt n meeting of the hoard next mouth,
It ii hiqwd that the college may Iw owned
next Sciilcmlier, but it may lie n veur
Inter Iwiore it begins.
The Allwninrlc (Stanly county) corre
spondent ol the Concord Standard snys:
Otiitc a lively scene occurred on Wednes-
ny evening ol last week in the court
ousc. While his honor ludifc Khinn
was in the middle ol his clinrire In the
jury before submitting the case to its dis
posal, n great gust or wind came when
the old house Iwgnn to rock nnd screak,
and dust rising in theairlikchugeclouds;
then It wns his honor not friuhtened.
srnblwd his cane ami hat and nut for the
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. ....... .M jutun, nuu luiiunm
I close In the rear.
-f" 1 '--i - -iiV a"t"irN i a. all -iWiuii jiujiji.Ltaiiii
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 14 South Slain St.
Thty art SptcHle.
Oastalalafl m plat. br
I4t mr Hswllwi. Th asr
HOFFKHH DKUO CO.
55 Main St., BufMo, N.V, and IntamiUiml Bridge Oat
VOX SALS BT
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prescriptions are prepared ut
lirunt'ti Vhurmncy you can positively tie
IKiul upon these facts: First, that only 7ie
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
Ik usetl; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an expert'
enced I'rcscriptionist ; mnd third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rcw
sonnblc profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, Si South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveied Iree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Grunt's Phar
macy, 21 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 are determined to sell us 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
He have the largest ussortnteut 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all siics, at the lowest prices.
We are tlic agents fur Humphrey'
llomwopulhic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use lIuiKomlie Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly teliiible remedy for mil
blood diseases is Itunconilie Sarsaarilla.
Try a Ixittle nnd you will take no other.
J. S. nH.XXT, Ph. C, Pharmacist,
2t S. Main St., Aslieville, N. C.
WIL IT LOCK'S.
Kvory lino of goods in our
stock nt rcdiifod prices. Now
.Spring Prow floods, includ
ing On t ing Clot lis, fJ ingliains,
SatwiiH, Cliiillics, Mohairs,
Icnricttas, Silks, Vol vets, etc.
Counterpanes, Laeo Cur
tains and Curtain Draperies,
and Household Linens at
astonishingly low prices.
Laces, Embroideries and
White (Joods in great quaii-
ity at 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 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
Vshevillo. Alsoulotof Silk
'arasols at $1, worth $ 2.
CI rent bargains in Muslin,
Merino and (Snuzo Underwear
or Ladies, Misses and Chil-
Peduced prices in Corsets,
Gloves and Hosiery.
Millinery at prime cost, in
cluding Hats, Ribbons, Flow-
rs. Feathers, etc.
Something NewWo sell
the .only absolutely Fust
Pluck Hosiery in tho market
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Poys.
They aro guarunteod not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STREUT,
Opposite Daak of AsbejIUt.