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VOLUME VI. NO. 14.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SEASON
AHI.U GOODS I.N THIS AIIOVE DE-
I'ARTMENT AT PRIME COST. TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS ! CALL EARLY
J-J . MAIN ST., AHHKV1I.UK,
-it Tim flack nm
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
I.OC A I.
Views and Sketches.
ir 18 d
J. w. u. WILLS.
AKTIII IIj. MILLS.
AMllKviLI.lt. N. C.
(Ultlit Barnard Uuildlnir. I". (). Hns 85.
Plana, K)ei1ltintlin, IH-tulU, (kc, fur ever)
eta., of building at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and Me u.. nprltliCtm
A.hevillc, N. C, April 11, 1HHU.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tweed the underRtg-ncd, unilvr the Arm name
of I'l'LLIAM ft CO., I. thitdaydistolvcd liy
mutual content. The debit dae by said firm
will be paid by Lawrence I'ulllnm, and the
.dchtt due to tald Arm wilt lie paid to him,
.and the butinett continued by him.
I). C. WAIHUiLL.
l uuuimlroni of the nasli
I have .tfci day told my Interest and Kood
.will In the ia.uranre business in Athrvllle to
.twrence t'alllnm, whi will cimtlnue the
tfjutluisi. J betiieak for him a coiillnuiinci
at your patronaue. '
r. C. WAIIIlUI.L.
LADIES' OXFOlll) TIES
iu Black, Tun und Fancy col
ors in great variety.
LADIKS' BUTTON BOOTH
in tho bout standard makes
from tho cheniH'st to tho
lVicOB guurnnt.ccd um low
U8 tho loWOHt.
F. E. MITCHELL.
NO. 98 PATTON AVENUE.
Dealer in Hoots, Shoes and
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
In amount, of not leu than $1,000. Apply to
A. J. LYMAN",
Real Estate and Loam,
No.. 31 ft 33 Leg! Block,
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE.,(Y.M.C.A.R00MS.)
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until 1 p. m., and 4 until 6 p. m.
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fj;a mot., $1.00; 3 mot., ft ; 1 mo., Do eta,
daily 3 ctt.
Officer, for luttO President, Charles W
Wooltey; Vlce-Pre.ldent, Thus. A. Jones ; See.
undTreunurer, U. 8. Watson; Librarian, Mi
It. J. Hatch.
Cltitcnt and visitor, are cordially Invited
to In.iiect the catalogue and Inscribe their
nntnea a. mrmtier.. InnRodtf
EiiKliaii and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Hroad Aycuuc.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND. PRINCIPAL
For many yrnm Auodatr Principal of Mt
Vernon Inititutr. Hah.niorc.
AtmlMrd hy a con of coiupcotcnt teachers.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
o mill-. Kouth of A.hevillc. on A. ft 8. K. K
Her Month (Ml oo
cr Week 13 0H
rrllay 3 OO
I 'inner and Tea I'artle. on oneday'tnotice,
ThoM. A. Morris. Prop.,
aprlililtr Anlea. N. C,
AMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aacnt for keemi Creek Woolen Mill..
N.irth Main A.hevillc. N. C.
lemon i v
tt'ALTKII It. OWVN, W. W. WlltT.
GWYN & WEST,
tHuixTMora to Walter D.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed
Notary I'ulnlc. CommlMioiiera otltcedn.
ttt-'FICK Monthritnt Court Hqaarc.
Itenl Kstnte IlrukerH,
And Investment Audits.
Loan, tc urrly placed at N iercent.
ilfli-ra: 'J At 30 1'uttnn Ave. Second Moor.
( formerly of Lyman Child I,
Strictly a Brokeracc Business
Loan, urcurely pUcrd al per cent.
Al.lt OI' KIIAL IWTATB.
I wl I nlTer for tale at th. court hounc door
the dtv of A.hcvlllr. N. C. nn Muttinlnv.
he .'I.I day of Mm, iMmi, at 13 m., the fol-
'Wioii ucMcnoed prottrrty:
A lot of land, with thrlmprovrmrnt.thcre.
l. Ivlnif near the old drnot of W. N. C. M. H
o.. ndlolnlua thr land, of Olrdwood At Mr.
Ullnn ..lit foumlry lot, Iwnlnnlnu at ..take
i nie eii.i .niv oi ine ranrtian tra-K, ine
W cornrr of .alii foundry lot and run. with
thllt line N (III driirer. K 1(1(1 feu lo a .Ukr;
1 In ner 8. 3A drarer. (1 minute. R mo Irrt to
Miikci tninre m 100 leet nu iimrre. W loo
f.-ci to n Ntiikfj thcniT N 3A drum. 4ft mln.
r. W 1.10 Icrt to the heinnnitiH, eontalnlnM
ab'iut onc'thlnl nf an arre more or Ir...
1 hi. tnt ciintnin. a goon iramt iiuiiiiinu
It h Itrlrk hntcnirnt, 14 room., and a uoi,(l
rll of wnlrr. Hitmttfd nrnr the line of W.
C. M, K, nnil the C. K Drahnm cotton lac
tory, and other fnctnrlr. nrnr the new ilrHit,
It cimld lie mmlc valuiilile a. a boardlntf or
Term, one-lhiru ea.n, onintict in one anil
wo vrnr., J, o. MAKTIN.
W, C. CARMICHAEL
SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N.
For sixteen years I hav
carried on a Drug and 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,
bverytmng 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 of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will- be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Asheville and
American faimlicH. Palates
md tastes of people who be-
leve in good livmgcannot bt
mmbugged by "Cheap John"
goods. Cheap goods and
first quality are not synony
mous. i nave in stock am
to arrive, all seasonable spe-
lalties, comprising m pan
bruits, Oranges, lemons,
ran berries, Kaisins, r urn.
M is-'llaneous Choice O. K
New Orleans Molasses, for ta-
ileuse, lThne New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. E.v
tra fine Assortment of Crack-
rs. Fine Tens and Coffees a
Mince Mcnta Oorilun & Dilworth't.
anil other hrnndt. I'lum I'liililinL'.CnH'ii
'ont Jelly, etc. I'rcHtcil mid Crv.tnlin'd
'linger. Slitul Kik' in kit. Km- HcrriiiL'8
mil nil other Koodf in (Irninnn for the
lolidnvt. S. K. KI-I'LICK
In Clot hiii if we nre tliowinu aeltoirr
utiK'k, rmiKiiiK from Hoyt' Suits at $1.00
lo Alcn nt s.iii.to. the irreutcr imtt ot
it iii.'itle to our ortlcr.
Our Men'. Iluiinmi Suilt tit $5. $7.50.
JS.50 nnil $10 nre itylith cllcct., well
tit, nnil moat of them tvnllv well mmlc,
while the Suit from $12 to $2M are hiiih
Kriolca, eoninetiiiK climrly with tnilort'
work nt nearly twice the cint.
Amoni! the Untitle. Suit we allow
I'lniii nnil 1'lniil llliick Cheviot. Illur
SeritiD, Nent CnMimrrc nnil hiiKlinh
I'luiil Ditto, Ilcrrinu ilonc Slriio.-., lite.
Illnck WnlkitiK Cont mid Prmk Suit,
truiic. Muldleton K lo. London .Miulr
UiuiiKe Cont, Hot Wenther Cont and
Vnilvout, Illiiien, Sic, kc.
Very attractive ilylci for Chililrcn untl
Shirt, Iirnwcrt, Sock., Scnrft, lliind-
ercliicl. ('.love, t'liilirvllim, Trunk,
Strnw lint in Krent vitriely well livlow
One price tyttcin.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
ClnlliiiiK, I'ry Good, Shoe, lint, Siimll
ware, nnd t.ariet.
7 and 0 I'ntton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES
Aalievillc, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
It id a pity the emaciated atirplus
the federal trea.ury can't get some kind
of eight-hour law passed in it favor,
ia almost worked to death.
notick has been gtvtn that 1,400
speeches are impending in the Austrian
Retchsrnth. The KeichBrath must
scmiiie her our beloved congress in itf
1 1' nati'kk would only distribute he
fnvora a little more evenly how nine
nicer omc things would be! Thcr
Uousiunn soaking under water nud here
is Asheville half suffocated with dust,
THK organization of a great schoc;
hook trust will bring about serious dis.
cusston of the merits of the plan nlrcnd
proposed in several States of a Stutc
school book seriee, to .'ji published at puli
lie expense nnd furnished' free.
Tub camprt manufacturers arc at
n iinc ucui ui inoigiintion over the car
u:. i ,. r
pet wool clauses of the McKinley bill
and ny that if carried it will set thei
business buck twenty years. Yet they
nre nearly all high protectionists.
Tiik AtttTRALiAN ballot svstctn i now
being advocated for Georgia, and on ef
fort will be made to get the legislnture
to pass a bill adopting the system at the
winter session in time to lie used in the
county nnd city election in January.
"How to Raise the Devil" was the sug
gestive title of nn address delivered lie-
tore the Iowa editors by A. G. I.ucas, of
the Bedford Republican. It is proper to
nild, However, that Mr. Lucas confined
his remarks to the apprenticeship sys
Tim Haktkr.n republicans sny it will
lie suicide for the partv to iiors the
McKinley bill and the Western rcnubli
cans insist that it will Ik- suicide for the
pnrty not to pnss it. It looks as
though the party was in fur suicide.
i LAKV desired to communicate by
electricity to her hushnnd in a city the
iie of an illuminated text which she had
promised for the Siuidnv school room
When the order reached him it rend
'Unto us a child is born, nine feet long
by two feet wide.
i, t.LAlisTONK is said to tlruw great
udiences to hear his siiecchcs laruclv
from the fact that in the course of nature
the privilege of hearing him will soou lie
thing of the past. The phonograph,
owevcr, can be made to repent his
sieeches a thousand years hence.
It is rumored that President Harri
son has decided to call a halt iu the mat
ter of appropriations lor the construc
tion of public buildings throughout the
country. The rumor grows out of the
fact that the President has scut to eon
grits informally fur a list of all the build
ing bills passed or now (lending hcloic
he two houses.
A rilvsii'iAN ot Lagrange, Kv., asserts
hut certain of hi patients nrenlllictcd
with "tornado poisoning." Ily this he
menus Hint their illness ia due to germs
carried from some remote locality by
storm winds. This make diagnosis in
the West an easy tusk. "Tornado mis-
oning" is apt to Ix-coine a useful n
phrase to physicians as "heart failure"
Ct'Klot si.r enough, the grand prize ol
100,llOU in the I'uniinin lottery went t
the company. Of course it is explained
ly the fact that the ticket which drew it
had not been wild, but this thing hapiH'iis
to onen in lotteries that it ha ceased to
ic looked ukii a a wholly accidental
coincidence, llricllv put, a lottery is n
game in which the public pays money fur
chance and the company pavs nothing
ir a certainty. The company usual
That lienvcn-shining genius, Monsieur
liifTel, proimscs to build for the Chieam
World's Fair a tower Sou feet hiulier
him hi rant lluhcl. That would jusi
bout reach the giddy altitude when: nl
present Chicago' gooc hangs high. Il
is seriotiBlv iK'licvcd by many men oil
good judgment in that whining town
that lieforc mnnv year nil Chieugonns
will have to live in tall towers to ccupc
the smoke und heavy htIuiiics of Cook
county. There is wealth us well a louder
finite for M. liilTel in Chicago. New York
liniNiN is a count, a millionaire and
the most famous living inventor. His
prctcnt wealth, which amount to many
million, i n nothiiigeoinpiired t J whnt
it will be in the next tew year; but he
till work away in hi laboratory, and
comes forward to gieet you in just such
u suit of clothes its he wore twenty years
ngo. As compared Willi r.dison s dingy
little shop of twenty years ago, out ut
Menlo I'urk, in which he used to cut his
bread and cheese seated on nn old pack
ing-box, talking over the work in hand
with his two or three workmen, the
present surroundings are fabulously lux
urious, livcrything show unbounded
menus, which mny be the ense, when we
rrtnemlier that his bullous laboratory
costs $J()0,00( n year to maintain, Hut
the mnster mind is still the same. When
he work it menus work fur his men, In
the old days at Menlo Park it was no
uncommon thing for him to remain at
the bench for forty-eight hours at a
stretch, sending one of the boys for
crackers and cheese when he felt hungry,
und not giving up until hi assistants
had actually fell nslecpstntiding up. To
day he Is just as Interested.
TO BORE FOR GAS.
MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT
TO TALK IT OVER.
ITS DISCOVERY DID
A Committee Appointed to Ancer-
tain the Cost of Hlukl.iK a Well
Near AHlievllle Another
Meetlnic to be Held.
A meeting of subscribers to the project
of boring lor natural gns and those in
terested in the matter wits held in the
court house Inst night, dipt. Nutt At
kinson culled the meeting to order, and on
his motion Mr. Geo. S. I'owell, president
of the Board of Trade, was called to the
chair. Mr. I". M. Johnson, who hus been
prime mover of the enterprise wns called
upon, and guvc bis idea for doing the
"I think there is certainly something
under us," said Mr. Johnson, "and the
best and only way to ascertain is by
boring. If we don't find gn, we may
find coal, oil or salt, and the cost of the
undertaking is comparatively small when
the possible result is taken into consider
ation. In Indiana, recently, while boring
for gas, they found instead of that, a suit
deposit, and the well is now yielding
about 100 barrels of salt per day.
think the opportunity is too great to
miss. The cost will be about Sl.L'Oll."
Mr. M. Wilson, of Mnrion, Indiana,
which is in the gns region, was present
and was asked to give sonic idea of the
wav it is done in his Stale.
"About three years ago," he said, "a
slock company was formed in our town
to bore a well. They did not know what
icy would find. The shares iu the coin
puny were worth $5 apiece, and most ol
the stockholders hud only one share. A
mnn was engaged to drill 10"i0 feet for
$1 ,500. lieforc reaching that depth, gas
was found. The town was piied, nnd
that well furnished gns for the whole
town for some time Since that time, n
number of wells have been sunk, nnd nil
re better than the first one. The depth
runs from HM to l.OOO feci."
Men who owned $5 shares in the first
ell sold them afterwards for $10, an
increase ol lull per cent, llirec years
ago, when the first well was made,
Marion was a town of 3,000 inhabi
tants. It now has about 1.1,000, and is
ill growing rapidly. Twenty-five fae
ries have been located there, nnd a roll
ing mill to employ 800- hands will soon
k built. That will bring n population
f L'.ooo. Keul estate has increased
ireclold in value. There were very few
K-ople there who had any faith in finding
is, but they were determined to make
he search, and you see what it has done
r the place. If I lived in Asheville I
most assuredly would not be content
until the trial had been made."
committee coin wised nf Messrs. II.
.Hunt, P.M. Johnson and X. C. Mc
oiid was apHiiuteil to cnrrcsmnd with
uirtics doing such work nud ascertain
he probable cost of sinking a well uenr
shcville. The committee is to report nt
meeting to be called by the chairman.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
Orirnulxed In AMhevllle hy II. C.
umi The omcern FU-ctcd.
Mr. II. C. Dunn, of the North Carolina
State Sunday School Association, has
irginiiiccd a county association in llun-
niilic. The officers nre ns follows:
II. A. Gudgcr, president; Dr. T.J. Ilar-
gnu, secretary and treasurer.
lixcciilivc committee J. A. Porter,
Imirmnii, IS. Iv. Kngnn, II. II, Child,
iih the president and secretary inrni-
la-r of the committee cx-oflicio.
The object of the association is to in-
rensc the efficiency and thoroughness of
he Sunday school work in the county
and ultimately to make a thorough
house to house canvas throughout the
iinly. ll has been decided to hold a
nitty convention sometime within the
xt two months and to invite the dis
trict convention for Western North Cnr-
lina to meet at Asheville tomcliine in
Scptcmln-r or (K tobcr next.
The Crlmli.nl Court.
The jury in the cane of the Slate vs. M.
II. Spivey, who was charged with kill
ing two hogs !clongiiig to William Pink
erton, took the ense last evening, were
out all night nnd it was 11! o'clock to-day
before they came in. They returned a
verdict for the defendant. The ense had
particularly knotty poiuls, The Jury
ild not agree. This morning the court
took nn assault case. It went to the
jury nt 12.110.
The defendants were found not guilty.
Inthecnscof the State vs, 0. Ilollings-
worth and John Nasli, who were charged
with throwing fire crackers nt n street
a like verdict wns returned. The
of the Stntc vs. J. C. Kymer, charged
with nn assault with a deadly wenHin
wns next taken up.
The lleni o.i the l.lne.
To sny that the receipts from the sale
of tickets for the mouth of April nt the
local olfice of the Richmond nnd Danville
will amount to $20,000, a larger sum
than the receipts of any other office on
the entire system, sounds pretty large,
but it is just a simple unvarnished fact.
And these other offices spoken of include
both Washington nnd Atlanta. The re
ceipt for Inst month were $10,000 and
these figure allow an Increase in the re
ceipts of thirty per cent, over the same
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Henderson county hus licgun the con
struction of a new jail.
The State fair will Iwgin October the
14-tn and will continue lour (lavs.
Rev. Stephen W. Collins fell dead at his
nome nt liakcrsville, Mitchell county.
Cotton hns mnde its npiearance in the
UUIUMJuro section ana is growing wen.
Articles of incorporation have been
filed by the Raleigh Keul Hstatccompany.
A fire in Wilminirton Thtirsdnv niuht
destroyed some stables, and a mule was
The Goldsboro Rifles have decided to
attend the Lee monument unveiling at
A Randolph county saw mill mnn hns
nn order for a shipload of sixty feet plunk
The general store of II. G. Trotter, at
Alaska, Swain county, hns burned with
nil its contents.
Every train that enters Charlotte is
loaded with people who have come to
near Mam Jones.
Editor Marion Iliitlcr. of the Clinton
Caucasian, has purchased an interest in
State Secretary neddinirficld. of the
l-nrmers Alliance, has lust issued Iilteen
dinners tor suii-allianecs.
A convention will be held at Marion
to-night to nominate democratic candid
ates tor mayor and aldermen.
The town of Aulander.in Rerticcountv
is great I v rcioicing over the completion
ol the .orlolk and Larolinn road.
The farmers of New Hanover county
held n meeting in Wilmington looking to
the organization ol a county alliance.
The Georgia, Carolina, and Northern
railway has just placed nn order for ten
iHiwcnui engines nun a tiioiibanu box
Robert Adams, a well known brick ma
son nt Smithhcld, committed suicide be
taking laudanum. His troubles were due
A party of revenue officers mnde a rnid
m the southern part ol lohoson and
Harnett counties and captured two stills
and one moonshiner.'
It is the current belief nmuni! the He
roes that Congressman Cheatham will
apiMiint one of their race to till the va
cancy nt the naval academy.
A ball was given nt Kuthcrfordton in
celebration ol the completion of the grad
ing 01 the llirec t. a railway, l'coplc
om nu aiong me iineniicniirutlicanair.
It ia anid that a hotel of considerable
accommodations will be built at Tillerv,
a town in llalifaxcotiutv.onthc Scotland
Neck railroad, between llulifuxand Scot
Reports come from Summon eountv
that the farmers nre unusually hopeful.
mi 1 nn 1 tney win make tm-ir crops this
caratnmueii less expense than they
Have in ninny years.
Miss Martha Gunn. of Stokes eountv.
ill sue William Fullan.n rich resident ol
the snmc eountv. for S'JII lull)
defnmntion of character. It is said she
has a strong case.
The River View knitting milts, of Tnr
iro, are all the while improvinu. The
npacity has recently liccn enlarged bv
the ndd'tion of various kinds of machin
ery, nnd even now it is imHissible for
tiicm 10 1111 tiicir orders.
Some iK'rsons areendenvorini; to defeat
the rrnomitiation of J. A. Long for solici
tor 01 me i.iiiiii juiuciiii insirict oeeause
he took an active part in the prosecution
ol the men charged with the lynching in
Davidson county Inst nutumn.
The store of J. l. Nicholls, at Howard.
Ilcrlie county, was broken into and n
barrel of flour taken out. A negro who
had 11 barrel of flour afterward said that
he found it floating in the river and
illcd it ushore. He is sustiected of the
The fanners of Udu'econibe nnd llulifnx
have la-en making large ipmntities nl
sy -up lor tne past two years, nnd a still
larger output will be mnde this year.
Ciiue i more easily cultivated than cot
ton, und in some section, thcr make 200
gallon icr acre.
The store of M. I IIcdsieth, at Kox-iiIk-I,
was broken into while he was at
church and $'.'J."i in cash was taken.
Nothing else was missed, nnd the rogur
csenped. He returned the checks, ns they
would have given a clue if he had any
where presented them for the cash.
Another eompnny has been formed nt
Salisbury to work the granite quarry.
Colonel A. I). Andrews, of Knleigh, is
one of the directors. The granite lint
been tested by Pennsylvania exierts,
who pronounce it to be the finest in the
t'nitvd State lor building purioe.
(lite of Wilmington's public-spirited
citixens proKie to donntc hind within
the cor porn le limits of the city for a pub
lic park and to inclose the tame with nn
iron fence on condition that the city au
thorities will furnish guarantee tii lay
off the ground nud bcnutily it and keep it
Yesterday near ReidvillcKoliert Moore
I colored I, aged eighty-live, was killed by
n train while he was wandering on the
truck. Another train ran over him and
he was torn to pieces. He wns insane,
nnd hud ccnied from the house nl hi
son-in-law. A flask of whiskey, unbroken,
wns found on hi wraon.
George W. Price, the colored Inlior
agent of Wilmington who wusarrcated
nl lliittleboro for enticing nwny laborers
who were under contract, hns been re
leased uxm signing nn agreement to In
terfere with laborers in that section nn
more this year. He is president of the
North Carolina Immigration Association.
In I'ulon county a negro named Jack
son lloneycult wns called to the door of
his house by ieniilc outside and wns shot
in the brenst. The gun wn londcd with
nail and one of these missile wa tnken
from the wound. Honeycutt hn died.
It i believed that hi assassin i a negro
who omc time ngo cscnicd from jnilat
Ilnxtcr Mnngtim, a young mnn from
South Cnrolina, who i a student at the
Thompson school nl Silcr City.Chntham
county, took Intidnnuin in a detern tent
tempt nt suicide. He wns saved by
physician who was at the school, but
Inter attempted to tnke an ounce of mor
phine, He wns a member of the Young
Men's Christian Association, and the
previous day had told all hi schoolmates
good-by. It is believed that his mind is
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 South Main St.
Thr in) a iBteltle.
OaataUta. M fm, W.
Mm .r ..fi.llw. T..T v.
rr Ml ty ImMi r kf
HOFFMAN DKUO CO.
ii Main 81., Bufftlg. N.V and bttwrntloul BridnOtt
FOB SALS BT
J. S. GRANT.
If your prescription are prepared nt
Grunt' a l'hnrmacy you can positively dc-
lendupon 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. 1'ou
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place-
Grant's Pharmacy, 24-SouthMainstrect.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, eight
orduy, and deliveted tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant' 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 house in the city.
We are determined to sell a low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We will tell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and below that if pec
essnry, to meet t lie price of any competi
We huve the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest price.
We are tlx agents, for Humphrey'
Homoeopathic Medicine. A full supply
of his goods always on band.
Use Huncomlie Liver Pill, the best iu
tlie world for liver complaints, Indiget-
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is Huncomlie Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will tnke no other.
J. S. nHA.T,Ph. G., Pharmacist,
Si S. Main St.. Asheville, A'. C.
Every lino of goods in our
stock nt reduced prices. New
Spring Dress Ooods, includ
ingOutingt'lotliSjGinglianiB, Sateens, ChnllieH, Mohairs,
Ilenriettns, Silks, Velvets, etc.
Counterpanes, .Luce- Cur
tains nnd Curtain Drniieries,
and Household Linens at
astonishingly low prices.
Luces, Embroideries nnd
White Goods in great quan
tity at 5,8, 10. 12, 15, 20
and 25c. that cannot bo
matched at tho price.
New lot of Sun Umbrellas
and Fancy Parasols, tho
most olegnnt ever nhown in
sheville. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at $1, worth f 2.
Great bargains iu Muslin,
Merino and Gauzo Underwear
'or Ladies, Misses and Chil
Reduced prices in Corsets,
Gloves nnd Hosieny.
Millinery at prinio cost, in
cluding Huts, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something New Wo sell
tho only absolutely Fast
Mack Hosiery in tho inarkot
or Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They aro guaranteed not to
dyo, crock or turn green, or
4 SOUTH MAIN STKBBT,
Opposlt Bank of AsksyUls,