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l Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FDKSAIi, t
X Advertise Your
Not exceeding three Unci,
Cue Time, 38 cent.. Three Timet, 60 cent
Sis Timet, 73 centi.
in THE CITIZEN, f
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, MAY i, 1890.
VOLUME VI. NO. 16.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
THE IiNTIKIJ STOCK OP SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE AIIOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST, TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
.FIRST-CLASS GOODS t RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS t CALL EARLY !
BON MAR CHE,
33 8. MAIN ST., AKHKVII.LB.
it Tim rLACt run
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Vlevrs and Sketches.
J. W. V. WILLI.
A8UBVILLB. N. C.
OIHcc Barnard Building-. !. O. Bui SS.
Man., Huecincatlon., Detnila, See., forevcry
i'1na. of building at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and Mn.. aprlOd.tm
Aihcvlllc. N. C, April 11, lMHw.
The copartnerahip heretofore cxlallna; he
tween the undersigned, ander the firm name
of PULLIAM CO., I. thlt daydlatolvcd by
mutual consent. The debu da. by .aid Arm
will he paid by Lawrence I'ulllam, and the
debu due to aaid Arm will be paid tu him
and the bu.lneat continued by him.
LAWK KMC It Pt'LLlAM.
b. C. WAIiltllLL.
To our patron, of the na.t :
I have thlt day told my Interett and Rood
will la the Insurance bualneaa In Aahevlll. to
Lawrence I'ulllam, who will continue the
bualneaa. I beaprak fur him a, continuance
of your patronage.
D. C. WADDHI.L,
LADIES' OXFORD TIES
in Black, Tun mid Fancy col
ore In groat variety.
LADIES' BUTTON HOOTS
in tho bent standard makes
from tho clienixmt to the
Prices guuruntood ns low
as the lowoBt.
F. E. MITCHELL,
NO. 8 PATTON AVENUE.
Dealer in Boots, Shoos un
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
In amounts of not leu than $ l,0uU, Apply to
A. J. LYMAN,
Real Estate and Loans,
Not. 31 & 23 LckuI Block,
IF THERE IS ANY
A L U E S,
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court limine Siiuurv.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mile. South of Athcvlllc, on A. Mr S. K. K.
Dinner and Tea Turtle, on oneday'enotlce,
ThoK. A. MorrlH, Prop.,
apriodtf Ar-lcn. N. C.
WALTKtt B. OWVM, W. W. WSST.
GWYN & WEST,
tHucctasnrs to Walter B.flwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Notury Public. CnmmlMloncr. otiiceils.
OVFICK WouthcsHl Court SMinmre.
Real Ktitate Brokers, '
And Inwcstnient Agent.
Loan, ac urely placed at H per cent.
inlcea: 3 3H Patton Ave Hecand Amir.
(Formerly of Lyman St Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loan, arm rely placed at A percent.
BALU UF MKAL BUT AT II.
I wll nlftr Air .ale at I he court house door
In the city of A.hevllle, N. c on ni-iminy
the mi nav oi May, irimi, a, in m., int mi
lowing ricacrltttd irortr i
A lot of land, with thclmprnecmrnl.thrrc
nn. Ivlna near the old ileoot of W. N. C. M. M
Co , ailjolnliiK the land, of (tlnlwood At Mc
l-llnn'. old loundry lot, lH-lnnln at a stake
on the en.t aide of the railroad track, the
a w corner of .aid foundry lot and run. with
ih.l line N All drarrea H lull fret to a .take:
tllcnce A. an dcarcra 4(1 minute. H lAII Art In
a atnkel thrnee A Kill fret lU dearer. W toil
fret to a tnkc thence N an dcarce. 4A mln.
ule. W I. VI fret to the hcHinnlnii, rnnlalnliitf
nlmiit one-third of an acre mure or le.
Thi. lot coniaina a good frame hullitlnq
with lirtck liaeeinrnt, l room., ami a simn
.n r water, mi tinted near the line of W
N C. A. K. and the C. B. tlraham cotton mc
... ami other factoricN near the new depot.
It could lie made valuable a. a uuanlln or
trnrment nou-e. .... , .
i rrma one-third cnah, linl.nc. In one anil
two year.. J- u. a. ah nr.
W. G. GARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug nnd Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all tunes 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 ns
ow as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at till hours, dny
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
neet his friends nnd custom
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent nnd
appreciative Asheville and
American families. Palates
and tastes of people who be-
icve m good iiviiigcannor ne
luinbuurired by "Cheap John"
goods, (.'heap goods and
first quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock ami
to arrive, all seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
Fruits, Oranges, lemons.
Cranberries, Kaisins, Figs,
MiKi'i'lliini'oiis ('Ik lire O.K.
Xew Orleans Molasses, forta-
leuse. Prime Xew Orleans
Molasses, for cookimr. Ex
tra fine Assortment ofCrack-
ers. r me 1 eas and ( oilees a
Mince Meats Gordon & liilworlh's,
and other brands. I'limi Pudding. Call's
pool Jelly, etc. Pressed and Crvstalizcd
Ginger. Shad Hoc in kits. Kor Herring
mill nil oilier guoti m hciiuiiiii mr me
llollll.IV. I. K. Mil l.l.K.
I.. I M.. I.!.... u.j. n m alt,tui,it. n ilioii.
i, vii'.iiii'K " m. -
stock. rniiKii'K (mm Hoy.' Suits at $I.IIH
to .Men . in j.iii i.i, lire grviurr Min 01
l 111:111c w cur iiiovi.
Our Mcn'i llimillCK. Siliu III $'t. $7.,".
$S.fl0 mill $10 lire alyliuli rjlrt'ta, well
cut, ami moat of l lain reiilly Veil innilc,
while the Sunn Irntii 1L' to 7J nrv mull
urnilc, coniH'tiii elimcly willi tiiilmV
work itt neiirlv lwt inccoai.
Ainonif the llnaintna Siiila we almw
Pliiin mill I'luiil lll.uk Clicvmta. Illuc
Scrnea. Ncnt Ciuwiim-mi mill liimliuli
I'liiiil Ditlii. lIcrniiK none iri-, r.tc.
lllnck WiilkinirCnut nail l-'riK'k Suit.
Virtue, Miilillvliiii K Co. 'a Umiliiii Mmlc
LouiiKe Conta, Hot WcnllierCoiita mill
Wiiituvonu, lllnirra, Sit., Ac,
Very nllnictive tki for Cliililren mill
Shina. Iirnwrm. SiK'ka. Srnrfi.. Ilnnil-
kerchicla, l.lnvca, I'liilinlliia, Triinka,
Stmw lint in Kreiil viuifty well U'low
One price yatem.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
ClntliiiiKi Iry OiHiila. Rlioca, Hula. Sttmll
mim, nun v.nr.i.
7 mill 0 I'utton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
A N II
Asheville, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Till! Philadelphia Manufacturer makes
the sweeping generalization that "the
party in power is nlwnysoppnsed to bal
Two Pennsylvania fishermen not living
able to settle a dispute as to the owner
ship of a boat, sawed it in two, nnd each
walked off with his share. The wisdom
of Solomon is thus shown to lie not yet
Tub city council of Dcs Moines, town,
has voted to impose a fine of fifty dollars
upon every individual who us, s foul or
profane language on the reets. In an
argument fur this decree it was gravely
declared that the city would probably
realize un income of $5,000 a year from
A ni-miikr of public spirited women in
Brooklyn, N. Y., have incorporated them
selves under the laws of the State under
the name of the Women's Health Protec
tive Association, for the purpose of see
ing that the streets of the city are kept
clean, a thing which the male citizens
have not liccn able to accomplish.
Tim one hundredth anniversary of the
introduction of the high silk hnt, the
stove piie," into Kuroe has just licen
celebrated. Parisian hatters produced
this novel headgear, and it is said the
idcu was suggested by the Quaker hnt
which llcnjiiniin Frnnklin wore. It is
awkward and ugly, but it promises to
continue its career both here and abroad
for another century.
"Hi'soaav," says Oncc-a-Wcck, "is
lea ling with tb drink traffic in a very
satisfactory way. Ten thousand public
houses and inns arc reported as having
been ncipiircd by the Slate, n large num
ber of which arc to lc closed and after
ward uicncd as schools. Surely none but
confirmed nnd selfish tiicrs can object to
such aconvcr-ioti of liquor houses."
Tiikkk seems to lie little doubt in the
mind of the editor of lluriier's Weekly
that Old Gabriel, the mission Indian who
died not long ago at Salinas, California,
was loll years old. His story, ashanded
down by the Franciscan missionaries,
shows that when Father Juiiicroarrivcd
in Monterey in I "HU, Gabriel wasalrcady
n grandfather. His long life was greatly
lue to his habits of personal cleanliness,
which were strict, and the reguliintv
with which he ate his simple meal.
Tiik relentless ticrsccution ol General
Grant by Charles A. I'nna is recalled by
the Sun's annoyance of Mr. Cleveland.
Ilis honesty has licen questioned ever
since the Tweed regime in New York city.
liven dishonesty is not more despicable
than this petty passion of liana's for
showing hi hatred. In General Grant's
case the Sun dill not let up after death.
and in the most shameful way aimovcil
the widow. Learning that then- was
some dispute between the family mid tin
undertaker about the hill fortheex-l'rcsi-
dciit's funeral 1 la na sent n check lurS.'iMi
to the undertaker and got his receipted
bill and then Daunted that through tht
Sun nt the relatives. A mint wlm de
scend to an net tif that kind loses the re
sieet of decent icoplc. Savannah I tin. I
TltK idea I hut the American navy
should be manned by Americmisisiigonil
one. Hut is prohibition of foreigner tin
bent way to bring about that result ?
At present more than half the sen nun
in the American navy are aliens. They
arc there mainly because American citi
zens have nodesire to enter the service,
mid we do not supi ok it is intended to
pass a law compiling Americans toscrve
in the navy against their will. To pro
hibit thr enlistment of foreigner, there
fore, Is almost equivalent to disabling tin
Inilriienilcut American citizens gener
ally have no wish to serve for the beg
garly pay the government offer mid to
lie subjected besides to such abuse and
prison discipline its thnt which is alleged
in connection with CotnmnniterMcCiilla,
Instead of Congress prohibiting the
enlistment uf foreigners in the navy it
had better make the nnvy more attract
ive to clf-rcsHA'liug Americans.
HOWARD ON WOMAN SUF
Whv do you find the statesmen ol the
iwriod discussing the negro problem?
Why are nil the great ncwpniers of the
time canvassing the Hiibilities of the
nrum. and whnt is it that stiffens the
backbone of the colored man
The right of suffrage.
The moment n man has n vote in his
list, statesmen, politicians, t.iuninlists,
ntiblitists of whatever nature vie with
each other lis to who shall lw the first to
tnkehiin hy the hand and lead him in a
Why do you kick nnd roll nnd maltreat
the Indians. Why nt inoffensive Chinn
men ridiculed, made fun of, maltreated
anil driven from the country I
They have no votes. That tells the
Isn't It the key tu 'l he situation ?
Now then, tliere are mining the 110,
000,000 ol op1c in thiscoutitry nt least
fiUO.OOO voters whtihrlirve in giving
mnn the right to cast the ballot.
I am tine of them. If It 1st right to tax
her, if it lit right to take her money, If it
I right to subject her to the laws of the
html, then also Is It right that she slioulc
Is? iM-rmittcd to do her part in selecting
the men who nre pnid salaries from her
money, ami who ilisimsc of her money. In
the public Interest, nnd to determine
also, In part, the men who shall sit uxin
the bench to Judge her.
PROBABLY NO STRIKE,
WORKINCMEN TALK ON THE
THE MAJORITY SEEM TO FAVOR
But Home Advocate a tMrlke to
ualn Their Ends - Monday
Will Decide the Matter.
The nction taken by the master me
chanics Tuesday night, refusing to recog
nize anything less than ten hours to con
stitute a day's work, has caused consid
erable comment on the streets, and the
workmen seem determined to carrv their
Kint at all hazards. Several prominent
laboring men were approached yesterday
by Tim Citizkn, and questioned concern
ing their views of the situation. The
majority were opposed to strikes, and
thought there wouffl Ik none here, but
several spoke very much ns if they
thought a strike was imminent. Mr.
John Wliitesidi s was the first one seen.
"I think that some of the workmen
will stop next Monday," he said, "but
have no idea that it will amount to a
general strike. The Cuiienters' Union
will not order a strike. I want nine
hours to constitute u day's work, but
am inclined to be reasonable about it,
and I ntn not for n strike."
Mr. Thus. A. Gallagher a plunilicr said
he docs not think there will be a strike.
There certainly would be one," he said,
if it were not that the workmen are not
able and have not money to back it. A
strike would throw numbers out of em-
iloynient who live from week to week
on their wages."
J. U. Henderson, u caricntcr, was of
the opinion that there will not lie a
strike. "1 believe the workmen are de
termined to work only nine hours and
will quit when that time expires," he
said. "The employers may pnv what
they please, for the movement is not for
more pay, but for shorter hours.
W.I). Justice, a wheclright, thinks there
will be no strike. "The men nre going to
work nine hours," he said, "and will lie
content with nine hours' pay for a while.
until they can do better. 1 think thnt
the employers will find it to their advant
age to have the men work a shorter ntim-
lier of hours, ns they will be so much
more ready for work the next day. There
will Ik no strike, in my opinion."
John I. Tavlor, n painter, is a "no
strike" man. Here is what he snvs:
There will not Ik n strike, but the men
are determined to work only nine hours.
They nre willing to take nine hours' pay
for the present, but will try to work the
mutter up till they get ten hours' pay."
E. Khinehart, n carKUter, echoed Mr.
iisticc. "I am opposed to a strike," he
said," and think tliere will not Ik one.
The men are not urging this movement
for more pay but for fewer hours."
W. II. Clayton, n eurienter, i much ol
he opinion that n strike will ensue, and
says so in a very vehement manner. I
hink there will Ik it strike," he said. "A
nine-hour day would Ik of great advant-
ige to the laboring men, by reducing the
labor market and giving more men em
ployment. Thnt is the object of this
movement, mid the question of pay is
not in it, hut if we nre forced to a strike,
we will also ask for ten hours' pay."
J. I'. Massagce, a carKiitcr. was in
rather n striking mood when accosted.
mid expressed himself as quite confident
thnt a strike would occur. "The men
won't work ten hours," he said very de
cidedly. "We want to keep from having
n strike if pxissihlc, but we are determined
to carry our point. We want nine hours'
work with full pay."
J. Il.Joyner, a carpenter, was discuss
ing tne matter when lie was called aside
bv the reporter. "I think there will
probably Ik n strike," be said, "and if the
nine-hour system should prevail, it will
enable manlier of men to obtain em
ployment. That is the chief reason for
the movement, but we also want ten
The niNCUHMloii l.nat Night.
At the meeting of the Asheville I.vccum
last night, Major Miilouc delivered n
carefully prepnred address on "The Ten
dency of Party Organization to Suppress
the Truth." The discussion was contin
ued by interesting KCchc by Messrs.
Ilnrdwirke, Craig, dames, llargan, Her
ring, Sumner, Jcannirettc, I.yndsay and
ajhc drift of the arguments showed that
organization in church and State mut
ters were necessities nnd licnclicial; but
thnt there is n strong tendency in such
organizations to Uvomc sectarian, par
tisan, corrupt nnd tyrannical, and that
It is the duty of nil conscientious citizen
to defend truth and maintain right, even
at the cxKiise, if necessary, of forming
Mr. W. K. Whilson is the H'nkcr for
next Wcilnrdny, the subject being "Cap
Real Itnlate Trmiafera.
J. W. Anderson to C. M. Cnmp-
Im-II, lot on nest street .io
J, W. Anderson to W, A. Nelson, lot
on West street .110
VY. Y. Hays and wile to the trustees
of Riverside church, lot on West
Haywood stmt oJ5
Jno. (lillinin-nutl wife lo J.M.Cani-
IkII lO.'l ncres in Asheville town
A pnrtv from Hot Springs are .it the
Mattery Park to-dny. They nre Mrs. I.
W. Hill, Misses Alice Miller and Sadie
Kumbotigh, and Mr, H. T. Kumbough.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
raging in the forests near
Dr. 0. Gregory, of Oxford, has been
stricken Dy paralysis.
The date of the Wake county cuttle
club's annual show is May l.nh.
A man named Hob Adams committed
suicide at Sinithlicld by taking lamia
Tliere will be ten graduates at the ap
proaching commencement of Oxford Fe
livery inch of space in the Charlotte
tabernacle is tilled during the Sain Jones
The residence nnd mil buildings of Bry
ant Gram ham, in Wavne county, were
burned to the ground.
A colored man named Louis Svkcs died
in Northampton county ut the age of one
luimlicu and tiveyeitrs.
Mr. Marcellns Pope, an aged and re
siwetable citizen, died at his home near
Scotland Neck, aged 73 years.
The Norfolk Southern Knilrond com
pany have completed some new shops ut
lidenton and have repaired old ones.
It is rumored that a daily steamer will
run from Murfreesboro to lidenton in
connection with the Norlolk and Caro
Track laying on the Winston and
Wilkcsboro' railwav has Wen begun in
the count, of Wilkes. It is tin-first work
of the kind ever done in that county.
The State board of agriculture met nt
Kal.'igh vestcrdny and arranged for the
erection of additional buddings ut the
Agricultural and Mechanical College.
There is n verv large increase in the to
bacco acreage in Wilson cotiutv. Five
hundred new barns have liccn built in a
circuit of live miles around the town ol
The three colored boys who have Ikcii
nnlincd in jail at Plymouth for killing a
girl at Creswcll last summer were tried
last week. One was discharged and the
other two were scut to the pcnitciitiury
for ten t ears.
The surveying corps of the new branch
f the Richmond and Danville railway
from Danville via Winston is now in a
ounle ol luilcs of the latter place. 1 hi
route of the old North Carolina Midland
road is Iniug very closely followed.
At one haul of a seine at Nag's I lend
t-.lltiO bluilish of an average weight ol
eight pounds were taken. This .'IL'.iMKi
pounds ol hsli were sol, I at .New torn at
Id cents a pound, making a total oi
$:i,L'ii(. The catch was made by the
stirlmeii at Nag's Head.
The Kaleigh FcrtilizcrCoinpany offered
tiirizeof one ton of guano to the Alli
ance to exhibit the largest numlicr ol
bales of cotton nt the State lair. John
son countv Alliance captured the prize
and dimmed the cotton iViiibits tu the
The bodies of the colored bovs, Austin
Ilaidv and Thomas Jones, who were
drowned in Koauokc river a week agu
have been loiiiul near where it was sup
posed they were drowned. Their bodies
were not inutii.ueii anil nicy were ciasis-u
in each other's anus.
The bill of indictment brought by the
L'r.ind iurv of Granville countv is against
j. M. Currin directly, as agent of a trust
company composd of W. Duke, Sons
Lo,, .Allen i.iutcr aim vt . r.. iuuuaii cv
Co., to lower the price ol a grade of raw
tobacco known as cutters.
A tooth-nullcr in lidgecomlw countv
gives his patients a drink of brandy be-
orc extracting a loom. Kcccnliv a man
applied to him lo have sonic teeth ex
tracted, mid it is said that the applicant
had four sound teeth extracted ns a
means of gelling live drinks ol brandy.
Kaleigh is going to revive its Y. M.C.
k., and a large nutting was held lit
Metropolitan hall in that city in the in
terest ol it. Governor I'owlc wasaniong
the sneakers nnd look occasion lo sav
the association nail ihcii tuc greatest mil
which the churches ban- had in the work
The ciiMitv-sevcnth convention of the
livuiuielicnl Lutheran Senoil of North
Carolina, will Ik held in St. Lukc'schurcli.
near lA'xington, Davidson county, hc
uiuning next Friday morning at 111
o'clock. The oiK'ning sermon will Ik-
preached bv the retiring president, Kcv
F. W. li. PcKchnn.
Governor l-'owle has received n letter
from n prominent Philadelphia 111 ill
which is a lollow: "The American ko
pie will overwhelmingly endorse the acts
of your legislature against the trusts.
North Carolina has the honor of Iwitig
the hrst State to put her loot upon the
The democratic executive committee of
the Third congressional district meet nt
Magnolia to-day to appoint the lime and
select the place to liolil tnc ilcmocrntic
congressional convention. This i the
liral tiolitical event of the year. Thccon
vcntioii will probably Ik held at Fayette
ville tn July.
A Croatan Indian named Make Luck
Her wa killed at Pate, on the Carolina
Central road. The Indian was drunk
and resisted arrest and attacked both
Constable M. CullKTcth anil Justice ol
the Peace K. lownshcml with n knilc
The two officers each drew a pistol and
shot the l.roa tan ilcail.
li. Walker registered at the Coast Line
hotel lit Welilon Iroin llrooklvu, N.
nnd the second day of his stay left the
hotel saving that he wa going hsliing
lie. ha not Ikcii seen since and it
tlioticht that he fell in the water mid
was drowned. Hi baggage which he
left 1 h-1 1 1 1 1 I is worth many tune hi hotel
hill nnd he could not have left to avoid
Mayor McDowell, of Charlotte, has
made' hi advance report for the year
endiiiu Mav 1st. He sav that the ex
H-nditurv arc now about equal to the
1I1COI1IC llllSlllK lion, , n, , ,,i, ii.ium.
There are mithcicul lauds on hnml ti
wilK out the city' floating debt, and if
the proposition to issue the $75,0111
bonds is adopted the entire amount will
Ik devoted lo street improvement.
llalla llnxtcrnnd Kiddiek Porter, two
colored men, quarreled over a load of
, . .
WotHI in an r.ueiuou restaurant, i ue
nronrietor ordered them out nnd n they
complied Porter drew n knife and sprung
nt llnxtrr. I lie inner ran out rorter
followed, ngnin nnd again plunging the
knife in his antagonist's body. Finally
llitxtcr fell dead, and Porter attempted
to mnkc his escape but was captured and
jailed. With the mil of nnothcr prisoner
lie attempted tocsenpe and is now heavily
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
or Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 14 South Main St.
Thlt K SswHIo.
CaUl.la. a. to.
14m mr HfFSIw. Tfc.t wa
rwit r .nujgku tr hy
C!b nurrmnm unuv bv.
55 Main St., Buffalo. N.V. and International Bridp,0nt
HOU BAL.B DT
lfytmr prescriptions are prepared at
Irutit's Pharmacy you can positively dc-
tend upon these facts: First, that only the
liurest anil best drugs and chemicals will
lie used; second, they will be compound-
d carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Prcscriptionist ; and third, you will
not lie churned an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
irant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and delireied free ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Grant'! Phar
limey, St South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot-
d by any other drug house in the city.
He are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we hare to lose money by
soduing. We will sell all Patent Medl
ines at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
kins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We arc the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
f his goods always on hand.
I'se lluncomlie Liver rills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
I thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is lluncomlie Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GKA.T,Ph. G., Pharmacist,
2 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Every lino of goods in our
stock nt reduced prices. New
Spring Dress floods, includ
ing Out inglloths, Ginghams,
Sateens, Challies, Mohairs,
Henriettas, Silks, Velvets, etc.
Counterpanes, Lnco Cur
tains and Curtain Draperies,
mid Household Linens at
astonishingly low prices.
Luces, Embroideries and
White (ioods in groat quan
tity at 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20
ii ud 2.1c that cannot bo
matched at tho price.
New lot of Sun Umbrellas
and Fancy Parasols, tho
most elegant ever shown in
Asheville. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at ?1, worth 2.
flreat bargains in Muslin,
Merino and Gauze Underwear
for Ladies, Misses and Clifl
dren. Pteduced prices in Corsets,
Gloves and Hosiery.
Millinery at primo cost, in
cluding I hits, Ribbons, Flow-
$rs, Feathers, etc.
Something New We sell
the only absolutely Fast
l.luck Hosiery in tho market
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Hoys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
money refunded. .
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET' ft
Opposlt Bank af Jjtortll. ' ,')! ' . .
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