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Asheville Daily Citizen
? rUH HtNT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, t
In THU CITIZ1SN.
I Nut exceeding three Unci,
I One Time, i'3 cents. Three Times, 00 cents. I
Six Times, 75 centi.
VOLUME VI. NO. 18.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
PO WliLL & SNIDER
THIS LUAUDKS IN
A N ll -
Tllli li.NTJKIi STOCK OK SliASON
Alt UC GOODS IN Tllli AHOVF. HI:
PAKTMLNT AT I'RIMF- COST, TO
JIAKIi A CIIANCH.
fIRST CLASS GOODS !
GREAT BARGAINS !
RARE CHANCE !
i!'.l H. MAIN 8T, AS1II-VIl.l.K,
111 Tlllt I't.ACK POK -
'JOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
"-TiewH and Sketches.
ill Wai.tk II. nwm.
V. V. Wkst
i GWYN & WEST,
(HuerrMura to Walter II.Cvj,n)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
i Notary I'ulillc.
1 Plt-' Mout hvnml court Htiunrt
. Real Itatntc Ilrokcru,
f And IiivcHtiiieut AicciitH.
LuiiiiK urrly plnecd at H cr eenl.
Olllcrs! U K '.'(1
I'nlton Ave. Hccoml lluur.
Irlilhl I T
I I'ormrrljr of Lyman t Child I,
HCrlctly a Brokerage nunlucHN
f.niiiiN Mviirrly iilticrtl nt H orr crnt.
fARDEN PARK HOTEL
1 AND COTTAtilCM.
mile. Houtli of A.Hcvllle, un A. Ik H. M. K.
, 1'er Mnnlh sumo
. I'er Week I a Oil
J I'erlmy II l
.: IMnnrr mill Ten I'nrlles mi uncilny'siiutlcc,
' TS will..
A TIiom. A. Morris, Prop.,
! niirtOitlf Antra. N. C.
. W. U, WII.I.S.
AH rill M J. WILLS.
AHIIIIVIU.il, N. C.
unlet Hiirnnnl Uiillillnic.
I, o. iiu oni.
I'Iiiih, KK''lllrnllnnn. Ih tnlln, Ar., furiver.v
eln i.r IiiiIIiIIiik nt nhorl nutlet.
nil i iv micniun utiun m artuiALlT.
Call anil arc un.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
In amountii of not less than $l,unu, Apply to
A. J. LYMAN,
Real Estate and Loanit,
Ni). 21 & 23 Leg"! Block.
IF THERE IS ANY
) W B R
A HI li S,
OR A N V
U N 12 lf I T
BUY Y O V R
GROCER IKS, FEED, ETC
I' K II M
A. U. COOPER,
Nurth Side Court Hoiikv Stiiiirv.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
THE BIG RACKET"
IIiik iicvi-i- had a lnrpT
stork ofiiods, lioulit ovc
iind sold lower tlinii lit ivh
nt. Kvorydiiiifjjtousciuid to
wear, Dry (ioods lower (linn
(lie Dry (Sim ids utorcs, more
S!iioh and i-lieaper tlian a
Slioe store, more Itililioiis at
ess priees (liau nny Millincr.v
store, Tinware at lialf Tin
storo prices, Daskels elieaiMT
than anyliody. Ilniiiinoiks,
Japanese Fans, Scrolls,
SplasherH, and tlieliiest lot.
f Flouncing in town. Don't
my anything until yon conic
A.lievllle, N. C, April II, Inhii.
The eiipnrtnrnihlp heretiirnrr rnlmliiK Ik.
tween the unilenlirned, nnilrr the Ann nnnii
of I'CI.I.IAM ft CO., In thlmlnyillimilvril l.v
mutual eonnent. The deliU line liy unlit II nil
will lie pnlil liy l.nwrenee I'ulllnm, anil the
ill lit. line In iinlil nrm will he pnlil to him.
iiiiiI the hiiNlneM cuntlnueil hy him.
II. C. WAIIIllII.I..
To ntir pnlroim of the pn.t i
I hnve till, liny mihl my Inlrrrnt nml koiiiI
Ml In Ihe InmirnniT liii.liirnii In Anhrvllle In
l.nwrenee I'ullliiiii. who will continue the
lin.liii.il. I lienpenk lor hlin n I'lintlnunnet
of vour pntroniiKe,
I). (.'. WAIHiltl.l..
20 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
Hrst-ehiHH in every respect
everything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and Wvli and my prices as
low as the lowest. Frescrip
t ions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Air. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Asheville and
American taniilies. 1'alates
and tastes of people who be-
leve in good hvnigcannot In
i un limited by "Cheaii.Iohn"
goods. Uiean goods and
hrst quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spi
laities, coiiipnsiiir m part
Fruits, Oranges, Lemons.
ranliernes, Haisms, I ijp
Miscellaneous ( lioiceO.K.
New Orleans Alolasses.forta
no use, Frmie New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex
tra tine Assortment ofCrack-
rs. Fine Teas and Coffees a
Mince Meiits (iorilim & Hilworth's.
iind nther liriuuls. l'liiiu I'uildiiiu.Ciiir'f
out Jelly, etc, I'resseil nml Crvstiilicil
inircr. Mmil Km-in kits. Koellerrmi's
anil nil nther ("kIs in ilemnml lor the
iioiiiinvs. s. k. ki;i'i.i;k.
In Cliithini; wc arc aliowini! n I'liiiii-e
stiK-k, rniiKinK from Hoys' Suits nt $1.00
In .Men at S.IO. ., the gu-nler part ol
it ninilv to our order.
Our Men' Iliisinemi Suit nt $.1, $7."i0.
$M..r() nml $10 lire Htylish elleet. well
cut, nml moKt ol tlit'in millv well niiiile,
while the Suit from $12 to $20 ure Iml'Ii
Krmle, ciiniH.tiuK closely with tiiilor'
work at nearly twice the cost.
AniciiiL' the llimincnK Suil we hIkiw
I 'lain nml I'lniil lllnck Cheviot, lllue
Screen. Neat CmiHiinere ami -.nj;lisli
rlaiil unto, Herring Untie Mrii', l.tc.
Hliiek Wnlkinu Coat anil Frock Suit.
Virtue, Miilillelon Co,' I.oiiiIiiii Miute
l.ouiiKC Coat. Hot Weather Coat ami
Waistcoats, lllazcrs, ecc, cc.
Very attractive style for Children ami
Shirts, lirawers, SiK-ks, Scarf, Hand-
kereliiels, Cilnvcs, t'nilirellii, Trunks,
Straw hat in peat variclv well Iwlow
One priix' syslcm.
I. REDWOOD & CO.
ClolhinK, Iry Good, Shoe, lints. Small
Ware, ami CaiKls.
7 anil I) ration Avenue.
Icrring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Aucville, N. C.
THE DA1XY jCITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
The mouth of the Mississippi ought to
lie satisfied with $150,000 for govern
The yacht of James Gordon Dennett
underwent a severe sq mill in the China
Sea, but weathered the storm.
Toronto magistrate in summing up
a libel ease laid down the dictum "a pul
he man must put up with ridicule
Whether he must or not he has to,
Piii KTiiKN Salvation Army icoplc nr
rested in the streets of Sing Sing show
that the authorities of that town have a
regard fonpiiet in spite ol its name. Sing
Sing docs not care for sing song.
I 1 1 1 1 . A 1 1 1: i, i 1 1 1 a lias twentv-Gvc women
who ure worth a million, twiiethalnuia
ber who nre worth more . ,'. m half a
million, and many others tvii'o ure en
tirely capable of licing loved for them
At last justice ha been done to brave
old Gen. John C. Fremont, and he is now
a retired major general, with the pay Im
longing to that rank. The General and
his accomplished wife have been very
poor for many years.
Minister Ilublan, of the Mexican cab
inet, is in favor of the present generation
in Mexico running into debt for internal
improvements and then letting genera
lions to come, who will enjoy their bene
fits, help pay for them.
Till! senate bill providing a severe pen
alty for the importation of adulterated
meats does not go far enough. It ought
to provide additional ienalties for those
who manufacture ailulleratcd food al
i im.i; li. II. Taylor, of Ohio, said not
ng incc in the house of representatives
that "to put n good woman into the
'nited Stales senate might helpitsomc."
That may be true, but would it not be
rather hard on the woman ?
Tun Itostoii Hilice board has ordered
that after May 1st the sale of intoxicat
ing liipiors over bars must be stopied.
This i an attempted enforcement of n
statute long considered as a dead letter.
No more ieriendicular drinking.
Tllli Farmers' Alliance aiicnrs to he
moving on and learning the benefit ol
hanging together. 1'our-lifths of the
country population ol Illinois lielong to
it. In the Filth congressional district ol
Kansas the alliance will nominate a can
didate of its own for congress.
CakI'I-:nti-:ks and joiners, bricklayers
mil plasterers, gn fitters, expressmen.
miners, harness makers, sewing women,
tailors, stockyard and packing house
employes, iron moulders, shoemakers.
metal workers and railroad men art
some of those now on strike or agitating
for higher wages in different parts of the
Is stock gambling in this country dy
ing out ! For three years there has liccu
IK-rind of almost sepulchral quiet in
stock 8ieculatiou, There have been
months at times when the leading prop
erties 011 the market scarcely budged a
ieg. On Wall street the value of sales
has Ik-cu steadily going down since IssT.
This year transactions there amount to
less than one third what they were lot
the same iieriod in 1HK7. lf n htmmI ot
legitimate business investment follows,
so much the liclter.
See 1 1 is the progress of modem journ
alism that 11 New York paier is enabled
not only to present its readers with a
picture of a condemned criminal and thai
if the warden who will carry out llu
sentence of llic law, but a likeness of the
arilcn's wile as well. II v the cud of an
other generation enterprise will have
made' such an advance that in sim
ilar circumstance the paicrs will not
nly print a picture of the warden' wile.
but of the men who waited on her before
she knew the warden, her uncle William,
and her uncle William's eldest ilaughlei
andt lie lullcr lady 'sliemi. Huston Trans-
Mr, W. li. Aldricli isn gentleman who
lius large mining and oilier interests at
Aldricli, Ala. lie and Ins wife, formerly
Mrs. Josephine Cubic, of Rochester, N.
V., use much of their wealth in philan
Among other thing llicy Ik-Iicvc the
ailministralioa of justice is very onesided
civilized countries. They are inclined
to think, in brief, that free government
this country means a government ol
rich men, by rich men, for rich men, the
poor, the women, the children, Indian
and other unfortunates not licing people
at nil in the Hipular sense of the word.
Mr. and Mrs. Aldricli declare that es
IHX'ially in a law trial n poor ieron
without friends is almost certain to be
convicted, whether guilty or not, under
the present fldiiiinislraliou of justice, or
injustice, us they incline to think it often
is. Judge, jury and Slate's attorney are
paid by t he State, and are all on the side
of wealth and power.
For this reason the philanthropic pair
proMie to lie two out of twenty who
shall give $."1,1100 each a a fund to se
cure the appointment of public defenders,
lawyers of brillinul power and estab
lished reputation, to conduct the defense
of accused ktsoiis who are loo poor to
secure the service of able lawyer for
IhcMiHclvc. t'llitnati-ly, when law can
lie passed to that cllcct. these public de
fender, as the promoters of the plan
hiiH', will Ik' employed by the Slate nml
paiil by the Stale, a the prosecuting at
torney now is,
WANTS THE PAVING CON
THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN GRANT
A Complaint l-'roni a ReHl.lciil of
Cripple Creek IIoIiikh of Hie
Hoard I.uhI Nlulil.
Mr. G. S, I'owell presented n K-titiou
to the Hoard of Aldermen last night,
signed by a number ol prn)crty owners
on Cherry street, asking to have that
street widened teu feet and graded iiml a
sidewalk and sewers put down. Mr. F.
A. Soudley was present and opposed the
widening of the street liecause it would
ruin a number of very valuable shade
trees on his mother's land, and said that
the street is wide enough now. A sewer
was ordered put down and the rest ol
the matter was postponed.
Mr. W, T. I'eunimaii npK-aml in Is;
half of the Asheville Fast I.ine and Sub
urban railroad, and stated thalalthoiigli
they had advertised they would apply
the company was not ready to appear
now and would wait till next l-'ridav
Capt. W. M. Cockcsaid that the French
1 1 mad Valley Kailroad company had not
been able to formulate their plans, niul
would apjiear before the Hoard next Fri
day. He was instructed to give a notice
in the local pajn-rs to thai ellccl
N. A. Kevnolds, eitv tax collector, asked
in behalf of Mrs. K. G. Walke. that sia
lic relieved from the assessment ol ln'iie
lit on proiertj on Hridge street, as slu
had sold the proicrtv previous to the
widening of the street. The matter was
postponed until next Friday night.
Mr.J. M. Gudger asked that a side
walk lie laid on I lav wood street from
Academy to llultrick street. The street
committee was instructed to have the
iirliiug put in place and the property
owners are to pul down the walk.
Col. Kay asked, last Friday night, to
have the benefits assessed him for widen
ing South Main stmt, offset by the dam
ages done his projierty by running the
sewer through it. 1 he committee up-
Kiinted to investigate the matter re
ported that they had visited the place,
and after examination, decided that they
could not recommend to have the benefits
offset by the damage done. They, how
ever, expressed their willingness to re
duce the assessment of licuclits, if Col.
Ray had Iwcn asscssi-d more in propor
tion than other proK-rty owners.
Mr. J. K. Hill complained of the noise
mid conduct of the dwellers al "Cripple
creek," and asked as a citizen living in
that neighborhood, that a policeman lie
ipiMiiuted for that part of the city, and
that a light lie put near there. Some ol
the memlier of the board opposed ap-
Hiintiug a policeman for any special sec
tion, and the mailer was, mi motion,
postponed until the police election which
ikes place June 1st. No action was
aken concerning the light. Mr. McAlcc
isked that a wall be built on the corner
I Spruce and College streets, ll was
ferred to the slicct committee with
Miwer to act.
Mr. Gideon, of lloitbleday.also wanted
wall built in front of hi house on Hast
street, where the street has Ih-cii elevate I
and wnlls have been built in front ol thi
ther houses. The matter was refcrrid
lo Alderman Filzpalrick with power lo
Gen. I'. M. II. Voting asked that the
words "upon the Inundation known as
the Hale patent," Im.- stricken nut of Ga
strin paving contract, IsA'anse, he said,
it was not hi intention to use- that pal-
cut, a il was not a good as the one he
would use. As it was only a mailer of
wording the city clerk was authorized to
stiike out the words.
ll was ordered that son feet of linn
inch water piie be laid on French Hroad
Mr. '.. ll. Carter asked llial U'uliis l.ud-
wig, n colored inuu, lie relieved from his
city taxes It-cause of physical inability.
Hi ropiest was granted.
.Mr, Leonard reporleil liom die com
mittee appointed to investigate Al For
ney's claim for work done on South Main
street, and reciiinmciiilcd that Forney he
paid $lu lor his work. It was ordered
to pay him thai amount.
Mr. J. S. Mosseller asked to have the
shooting gallery license reduced. The
mutter was postponed until the revision
of the list of Ssvial taxes, which will he
A IH'Mcrtctl Compliment.
The Coniiuereiat Gazette, nl Cincinnati,
devote un entire page of a recent edit inn
lo n write up of Middlcsliorough, Ky,
Prominent among the cut is our of pop
ular Asa S. I.oomis, lormeilv chief clerk
at the Ilatlcry.aiid under il is the follow
ing: The above is a tnrtrail of Mr. Asa S.
I.oomis, the young, handsome ami must
popular manager ol "The Miihllesbor
ough." Mr, l.oiimis was born in Mas
uchtictt in 1 Mini, and for over twelve
vein s has Ih-cii in I lie hotel business, his
location Is-ing principally in the South.
He was for some year at the llnttcrv
I'urk lintel, Asheville, N. C, where lie
made great reputation and thousands nl
friends, Mr. I.ooinis i all nilist in his
profession, and minium- taste nml good
sense in tile iiuiiiiigcmrni ol lus liiismess
He is still unmarried, but has handsome
mid most eonilortiible quarter In the
hotel, where, when not busy, he devote
much time to the study ol ni l and litera
ture. Geo. K. Walker, of
Si. Louis, I nl (he
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
The negro agent has struck Dunn.
Charlotte lias a Scotch-Irish society,
.North Cnrolina received $1,1 HI.Kt last
year for marriage licenses.
Mrs. Kiuina Iivert dropped dead at
Salem. No cause has been assigned.
A hail storm has been doiiiL' business in
neaiilort county and did much damage.
The Salem Female Academe will soon
graduate the largest class in its history.
A laud and imnriiveuieiit comnanv has
ncen lorincu at Kerncrsvillc near Win
The State Medical Society will hold its
.'17lh annual meeting at Oxford Mav
l'7th to "'.nil.
i eoniK'rbc.'id snake two nml n hall
Icet long was recently killed on the
streets of Charlotte.
Convicts nre nutting the finishing
touches on the ground lo be used for the
The cnni notion, in the KiiiL'wnod se
linn ol llalilax couiily is more promising
man it nas ih-cii lor years.
Concord now has a daily o.-iikt. the
Standard, of which J. 1'. Cook ami II. Iv.
Harris are proprietors.
A Kcidsvillc doctor is seeking fame bv
wi lling a bonk entitled, "The History ol
the Imp in Nin th Carolina."
All accurate survey of Goldsboro is lie
iug miiile by a cniiiiclcnt engineer, who
will draft a system ol sewerage.
In Wayne county Robert Hroailhurst
was IiiUcii bv a snake known as the
vwiilconk snake. Hi., injuries arc dan
A genuine freak is on exhibition at ial
eigb in the sh;iie ol a small turtle with
two pi rlcelly ilcvcloicil heads, two tails
and six feel.
The taxes to be levied in Raleigh I'm
general purposes will t his year Is- lowei
than in twenty ye.iisiasl.snhajs.layoi
Steel rails are arriving al Greenville
to lie used ia laying tin. track between
that point and Kius'.iui on the Const
Lit i- extension.
The North Stale Smoking Tobacco
company ol Keiilvilie has just completed
anew laciirv. I lie iiiaciuntiy was all
The alumni ol the I'uiveisiiv are or
g.'iiuiiig and w ill li.nn a pnwerlul force
Inr the advancement ol that institution,
which needs their aid.
A new nostollice has Ik-cu established
three miles from Farmington, I la vie
county. It is called .Vela and Mrs. Hal-
tic oiiug is iiiisimiisler.
The annual celebration of the battle ol
I'liiillnril Court linage will take place
next Tuesilay at the battle ground, live
miles west ol (ii'ccusuoro.
It is reported that Rev. Sain loins who
is at present holding a reunion meeting
at Charlotte will deliver an addivss nl
Trinity at coniiiicucciiicill lime.
RoU-n Celt, a colored man who was
supposed to lit- loo yea is old died in
Kaleiglilastlnil.lv. 1 he News ami Ob
server thinks it possibic that he was Ilia.
Paring a thunder storm Mr.Ncill Rav's
residence, in K'oIk'soii county, was struck
lv lightning and partially wrecked. His
little sou, w ho was sleeping in the IkiI
near a window, was badlv burned.
The Kcidsvillc Review is responsible for
the remarkable statement that there is a
white woman living in that town, in
jooil health, "who has never Ik-cu inn
store ami has never seen n traiaol cars."
Col. I.. I.. I'nlk. nrcsidciit of the N.i
tioiial Fanners' and Laborers' Fnioii, is
in Raleigh to rest and revuiwrate. He is
imte worn out livliard and steady work.
Hid liuds the duties ol his isiliim very
On Cup!. T. A. I'll illinium's tilacv near
Mill Hill, is a post oak rail that was
made in the year Ivm. It isaboul rigilt
inches in diameter, with a large knot
it one cud. and has Ima-ii in use on a lence
ill the time.
The Washington Gazette is booming
icracokcas a summer wati-riug olacc.
mil the prnprieloi of the hotel there
have extended through the Gazelle an
invitation to the I 'less Association to
meet there this summer.
Ten thousand acres of laud in Mitchell
county, the miH-rlv ol the heir ol tin
late Col. Isaac T. Averv has Uvn sold lo
a Northern syndicate lor .Sllii.inio. Hie
laud is heavily timU-rcil and is suiiiiosed
to contain a rich deposit ol iron.
Hoyne - llailger, Churloite icwrlcr.
were indicted, at the mini tiriil ol tin
riniiiial ciihi I I here, lor running a lot
tery, i uey nan ikvii advertising a
scheme lor disposing of walehe ami
leweliv iiiln willed the clement ( chance
entered. They hiiluiiitlcd nml paid lin
Llias . eiikiiis,n prosKTou tobacco
fanner ol Granville count v, w hile in Hx
loiil, lell in llic slreel. Assistance was
inimiilialely rendered, bin he expired in
a lew luiuu'teo. Heart tailure is thought
to have Ikvii 1 lie ciium-oI death. He was
4n years ol age and leave a wile anil
The Greensboro Patriot rriorls thai
n bai kei s r al Hanbuiy. Stoke couiily,
had a tight and Judge Merritnon, Ih-Iuic
wIiiiiiiiIii caw was tried, gave dim his
ehoiiv between going in jail or closing up
his bar room mid giving a bond ol $.t(in
never to m il auv nunc tiiiinr lit thai
place. Hi gave the bond and closed up.
Cleveland couiily ha a baltli-m-nrrcil
veteran w ho ncled well hi pari on many
a bat lit held and has se ven souvenirs ol
llic "lale unpleasant tics." Mr. W. F.
Comic has seven wound and was u
iiiciiiIkt nl eoiiipany i, liltli Norlli Car
olina Tumps niul went Iroin Riilhetlonl
count v in the Inst company under Major
II. I . I.ec, captain.
Ilusiiiess Agent Worth, of the I'liruier'
Alliunee, da written lo the owner ol the
machine lor making bagging from the
lilue ol cotton stalks asking him lo come
i,i Knlciglwiiul put the machines ill oH'i n
tiou in this State next autumn. Mr.
WiiiGi sav thi is the wish of Ihe ulli
nuee, ami thai if the machine prove a
success its product w ill Ik- used exclusively
by the alliuiice men,
A strange mid very fatal disease pre
vnil in ihe westeri, section ol Cabarrus
county. The llai uhiirilt family has lost
live niciuliei mid four nt Iter icron who
at tendril (lie llaniliaidt while sick now
have the disease. It would iipH-ar from
what can he lea rued that the disease I
typhus fever. Several physicians nre in
vcMignting the mnller and will reHirl lo
the Slate board ul health.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of riillaUcl-ihia College of I'hurmacy,
Apothecary, 24 South Main St.
They ir 1 SpcWc.
ronlalnlmn so plui. hpn
Ml'lr up nBp.ulln. 1 hp, pra
f 1 Aiu.Hriu Tin
(LlS ey", boHSJ HOFFMAN DRUG CO.
ii Main St., Buffalo, N.Yi and International BridgOnl.
I OK SALE lit
If your pri-siriitiius ure prepari-il ut
ilrniit's I'lmrnuuy you can positively Jc-
lieiidiipun tlwsv facia: 1'irst, tlmt only the
purest unit Iwst ilni's uixl clicmicula will
be usvil ; sccon, tliey a-ill be. compound
al anvlhlly mid accurately hy un expvrU
chcci I'riscriptiumst ; ami third, you will
not lie churned un cwrliitunt price, i'uu
will receive llic hest goods ut a very rva
stumble proit. Don't forget tile place
Uruut's I'hurmacy, -I South Muinstrcct.
1'rescriptions filled nt ull hours, night
or duy, mid dcliveied Irec ul chuige to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Orutil't I'hur-
inuey, i't South .Mum street.
At Grunt's I'hnrmncy you cun buy any
I'ulent Medicine ul the lowest priecipiot'
cd liy nny oilier drug house in the city.
H e arc detcriuincil lo sell us low lis the
lowest, even if we Im re to lose money hy
so doing. We will m il ull I'ulent Medi
cines ut lirsl cost, nml below thut ifiuv
esstiry. to meet the mice of an v cuimieli-
He fare the largest assortment vi
Chamois Skins in Aslicille. Over WOO
skins, ull sin s, ut tile lowest prices.
He arc the ngents for Humphrey's
Uoimcomlliic Medicines. A full supply
of his gooils always on hanil.
I'se lluiicomlie Liver I'ills, the liest in
llic world for liver complaints, intligcs
A thoroughly tcliuhlc remedy for ull
blood diseases is liuncouilie Sorsnparilla.
Try a bottle nml you will tnkcnootlier.
J. S. f.k.WT.rii. C, I'lmrmucist,
J I S. Muiu St., Asheville, X. C.
Kvcry line of g-ooiLs in our
stock at reduced jiriccs. New
Sjiiin Dress fioods, incluil
ing' On 1 iiigl 'lol hs, ( i inglia ins,
Sateens, ('..allies, Mohairs,
I leniii -t t as, Silks, Vel vel 8, et c.
Counterpanes, Lace Cur
tains ami Curtain I.-;iierics,
ami lloiiseholil Linens at
astonisliino'lv low i ins.
Laces, l.inlii'oiilci'irs ami
White (moils in urent qiian-
tit.vat .", s, 10, 12, 1.-,
ami L'.'c. that cannot
matched at the price.
.New lot of Sua I'mlii'dlns
ami Fancy l'arasols, (ho
most -leg-ant- ever shown in
Asheville. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at worth $'2.
(ireat liargaiiis in Muslin,
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. lleduced prices in Corsets,
Gloves and Hosiery.
.Millinery nt prime cost, in
cluding; Hats, KiMions, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something New Wo sell
the only alisolntely Fast
Muck Hosiery in (he market
for Ladies, Misses ami Chil
dren, also for Men ami Hoys.
They nro guaiantei'il not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
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