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I Advertise Your
Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, i
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Ouc Time, S3 cent. Three Times, 00 cents.
Six Times, 73 ccntl.
lu THE CITIZEN.
VOLUME VI. NO. i9:
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
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FOWIXL & SNIDER
-Tllli I.liAlll'.KH IN -
TIII5 li.NTIRIS STOCK OF SliASON
All!.!; GOODS IN Tllli AllOVli DF,
I'ARTMKNT AT I'KIMIi COST, TO
MAKB A CIIAKGK.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS t RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS I CALL EARLY !
TJ 8. MAIN HT., ASllliVll.l.lt,
n mil ri.Aca rim
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
WAI.TKH B. OWYM, W. W. WKKT.
GWYN & WEST,
(ttucccunra to Walter B.Owjrn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL E ST ATE.
Loan Securely Placed at
CiimmlMloncra ol Heeds.
OFKIVK MoatheiMl Coart Mquatre.
Rent Estate Brokers,
And Invcutnieut Agents).
Loan. M urcljr placed at II per cent.
Ulnrta: 3 Mi lilt I'atton Ave. Hcvond flnur.
( formerly of Lyman Ik Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage BualncM
Loan, areurrly placed at N nrr rent.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 milt, South of A.herlllc, on A. A S. K. H.
1'er Month ItOOO
I'cr Week 19 IK)
I'erDay 8 00
Dinner and Tea Parties on oncdny'anollct,
Tho. A. Mortis), Prop.,
aprindlf Ardm, N. C.
J. w. u. WILLS.
ARVIIIIS J. WILLI.
AbIIUVILLU, n. c.
(Illlc Unrnard Bulldlna;. P, u. Uui 004.
I'lana, Knedllcatlona, Detail., Ac, fortvrry
clan of building at short aotlc.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and act a., aprltdam
IF THERE IS ANY
0 W E K
K I C li S,
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.
A. D. COOPER.
North Shlc Court llouac Stiinrc.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
THE "BIG RACKET"
IIjih never had n larger
stock of goods, bought lower
and Hold lower tlian at pros
ent. Everythingtousonnd to
wear, Dry (Soods lower tlmn
Hie Dry (loods stores, more
Shoos and cheaper than a
Shoo st ore, more Ribbons at
ess prices than any Millinery
store, Tinware at half Tin
store prices, Rnskcts cheaper
than anybody. Hammocks.
Japanese Fans, Scrolls,
Splashers, anil (he biggest lot
f Flouncing in town. Don't
uy anything; until you come
Aahsvlllt, N. C, April II, Innu,
Th. copartnership heretofore dialing lie-
ween the nndenlgnrd, under the Ann nnmr
of I'DLLIAM CO., Is this dnydlaaolvcd hy
mutual consent. The drill, dac by said Arm
will lie paid by Lawrence pulllam, and the
debts due to said Arm will be paid to him,
and the business continued by him.
D. C. WADDULL.
To our patrons of the paati
I have this day sold my Interest and Rood
will In the Insurance business In Ashrvllls to
Lawrence Pulllam, who will continue the
business, I bespeak for him a continuance
of your patronage.
D. C. WADDULL.
W. C, CARMIGHAEL
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C
lor sixteen years I liavt
carried on a Drug and Pr
seription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
buy pure Drugs and sell nt
goods that are not strictly
first-claws m every respect
iwerytning warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pun
and fresh and my prices as
ow us the lowest. Proserin
tioiw filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered frc
of charge to any part of tin
Mr. J. Taylor Amissiswilh
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent mid
appreciative Asheville ami
American tamilies. Palates
and tastes of people who be
lieve m good liviiigcannotlx
humbugged by "ChcapJohn"
goods. Cheap u'oods ami
first quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable sne-
iiiuiicM, comprising in pnri
rruits. Oranges, Lemons.
Cranberries, Raisins, Tigs.
II l seel la nei us ( 'h o ice ( ). Iv .
New Orleans Molasses, for ta-
'use, iTime .New or cans
a , . . .
Molasses, for cookinir. Kx-
tra line Assortment ofl'rack-
rs. I- mo 1 eas and Coffees a
Mince Mrnt Oonlou K: Dilwurtira,
nml other brnndii. l'ltiiu I 'in Iclm. Cull's
Knot Jelly, etc. I'rexsed mid Cryslnlu.ul
tiiiiKer. Shml Kiie in kits. KoeilerriiiKK
nml nil other goods in ileiiinnil I'or the
llolidnva. S. K. KICI'l.r.K.
In ClnlliiiiL' wc nrc sliiiwini; aelioitv
HtiK'k, running from Hoys' Suits at 1.(10
to Men's nt $.10.75, the greater part ol
it mule to our order.
Our Men' HusiiicsH Suits at $.", $7.,ri0,
$H.rl) anil $10 arc stylish cllcctH, well
cut, ami most ol them really well niailr.
while the Suits from $11! to'Sn are liiuh
Krailea, coniK'tiui; eloKely with IniloiH'
work nt nearly twue the cost.
Ainonu the llusimss Suit h we show
I'laiti nml I'laiil llhiek Cheviotti, lllue
Serges, Neat Cassinu'rea :iiul l-.nglisli
I'laiil lhtto, IlerruiL' Hone Striiies, r.te.
Klaek Walking Coat nml I'roek SuitH.
Virgoe, Miihlleton k Co.'h Umiloii Mmle
Lounge Coats. Hot Weather CoatH anil
Wnistconta, llUir.cn,, &c., Kc.
Very attractive atvles for Children mid
Shirta, I irawcrs, SiH'ks, Semi's, lland-
kerehiela, (iloves, I'mlirellas, Trunks,
Straw hats ill great varietv well lietow
One price system.
II. REDWOOD CO.
Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, lints, Siiinll
Vn as, anil Lai kih.
7 nml 0 I'ntton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Awhcvlllc, N. C.
THE DAIL.V CITIZEN,
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Al'Cokiiinu to the Pall Mall 0a.ettc, a
(unrtcr of a million copies of "Looking
Back ward have hceu sold in Hnglaiid
and it is still going like hot cakes at u
First Sweet Girl: "lust think! The
Czar of Kussin lias a throne that cost
more than $10,000." Second S. 0,
"Kcully ? Why, that is not half as much
as papa paid for his scat in the Hciinlc
Terrc Haute Kxprcss.
Till! police of Washington arc looking
for a rich country editor who came there
from Maryland and disnpiwiired, A rich
country editor would be worl' hunting
for hi any latitude. Il'istoii Herald.
KniiiK IlAi'.iiAun will Biioi visit the
Rocky mountains mid write a romance
of that region. He will find that ro
miinccrs have lieen there More him, to
the great grief of many who have put
their money in the mines.
As Kngtishiimu claims that he has
cured himself of rheumatism liy placing
miller each post ot Ins bed a broken bot
tle, which served the purpose of mi insu
lator. He docs not explain where he
placed the contents of the bottles.
SiiXAToK Ci i.i.oM,.of intcr-Stnte com
tmrcc fame, is evidently seeking for more
glory by licing the father of another bill
to subject railroads to government rcgu
lations. This time it is a bill to appoint
a commission to examine and report on
nn automatic ear coupler and to eoniicl
all railroads to adopt the same for all
freight ears. Hen's a chance for invent
ors to secure immortality and much sil
Oi k national tendency tocxaggcration
was iK'rhups over-slated, hut certainly in
a picturescpie way, in a li tter sent by an
hasten! man in Colorado to his brother:
This is indeed a great country J every
humid is a town, every lowu is a city.
every farm a ranch, every barnyard a
corral, every mound n mountain and
every man a liar."
I'OSTMASTI.K-I'.I-IXIJIAI. Y.AMAKI:l has
adopteil I 'resident Cleveland's views re
garding the activity of olliccholdcrs in
politics. He is sending out a letter invit-
ng the attention of postmasters to the
act that their course in regard to politics
is clearly laid down in section -ISO of the
postal regulations. This section gives
the full text ol President Cleveland's fa
mous order to officeholders, issued in
I KM, forbidding undue participation in
Hilitieal management, and enjoining
upon officials the unobtrusive pcrl'orm-
iiiee of their duties.
TliXAS is coining up. She is expending
about $.'!, M 10,01 10 annually on her pub
lic schools, and half a million more on
the Slate university, agricultural college
and schools for the deaf and dumb and
blind. The Stale has a school popula
tion of some ball a million, about one
fourth colored. Normal schools lor both
while and colored pupils arc supported
by tile State. The lllair bill was not
needed there, surely.
F.niTOH Cruris in llarm's "F.asv
Chair" for May, siicaking of the fault
mud by u certain New lingluinl senator
r not printing his sieceli, which, by the
way, occupied scores of pages in tin
Congressional Record, says that "It is
he very function of the nevspnicr to se
lect mid summarize and make readable.
The news of every day is now so varied
and enormous that its ucwspaK.r treat
ment in proK-r proportion and with
skillful choice and comment is the art
pon which the success ami prosiicrilv
it the piiKT depend."
Tim oft-rcientcd remark that a coil ol
inch roK.' is a lietlcr and more reliable
leviec for escaoiug from a buriiiiiL' build-
ng than seven eights of the patented
lire escapes" in use, was practically illus
trated in New York recently. A tene
ment house, provided with the usual
lire eseaK;s," took fire. Panic seicd
the occupants, and there would have
Ik'cii a tragedy, I'or the 11 nines stood be-
ween llieui and the "cscnjics," had not
me of the tenants, foreseeing just such
an emergency, provided himself with a
stout roH.'. The women and children
were lowered by it to the street, and the
men and hoys slid down it easily nml
ipiiekly, and everybody wna saved.
Wlll-s tlie republican party has fully
made up its mind whether to have nny
surplus in the Tinted Stales treasury not
locked up in silver purchased at a rate
above its commercial value in the mar
kets of the world it will coaler a favor
upon the business public by allowing the
fact to Ik; generally known. An accurntc
knowledge ot the conditions under which
the national finances arc to lie mnnaged
by the silver men will tend at least to
make business less uncertain, if it docs
not encourage linancicrs or licgct trust
in either the wisdom or honesty of the
Kki'KKskntativk Haunhs, of Georgia,
who enjoys the distinction of being; the
fattest man in congress, tips the scales
at 2!ir pounds, or just 2(10 pounds
heavier than John Henry McCarthy, the
thinnest legislator in the house. He is
puffy and unwieldy, and may Is; seen nny
day while the house is in session wad
dling through the statuary hall, Ilia fat
aides palpitating with the exertion of the
walk, and his smooth, round face (team
ing nt the proscet of a triangle of apple
pie, upon which he lunches daily ns the
clock strikes one. He is addicted to n
oft hat, but he Is a hnrd debater, nnd
hi friends call him the "Judge." He is
THE COURTIS CONVENED
NO BUSINESS WILL BE DONE
The May Term of Federal Court
lieiclns) To-Ilny but Juclure Itlck
Will not be Here fntll To.
Morrow A Lancer noefcel
Tlinn I'Hunl A Review
of the Canes).
Two men sat in the big room in t lie
court house this morning. They were
Deputy United States Marshal Hugeuc
Kckcl, of Greensboro, mid n deputy clerk
of the federal court. When the clock in
the lielfry struck the hour ol ten the for
mer rose to his feet and formally ojiened
the federal court.
That is all the business that body has
done to-day, and not liclbre to-morrow
will the court begin the transaction o
business. Judge Dick will not travel on
Sunday. The docket for the term is a lit
tie larger than ordinary, although the
cases arc mostly trivial ones. The court
will be in session for Irom ten to fifteen
Among some of the more interesting
cases which will lie tried at this term is
lie against James Fuller, of Swain
county. Fuller is but IN years old, ami
in December, INK", he had a Iriend who
was a prisoner in the Swain county jail,
His name was Wahlrop ami with the
assistance of a couple of files he managed
to make his ese-aiic. When the authori
ties begun easting their cyesaboutforthe
jicrsoii who so kindly loaned him his
means of csciiih.- tbcv fell on Fuller, and
the hitler will have an opportunity toex
plain his innocence or Ik- in n position to
do sonic tiling himself.
Richard Camion will lie called upon ti
answer to a charge of iicrjurv. He hails
from Mitchell county, mid when Kiehard
Mel'iuirc was arrested there some time
ago charged with retailing licpior with
out a license Cannon was a witness. He
swore to having purchased a half pint ol
liquor from the defendant nml that he
paid him ten cents for it. That was at
the first trial, hut McGuirc had two ami
when Cannon was called to testily in the
second lie swore that he never had pur
chased liipior ol McCtiiirc, and that he
hail testified falsely at the first hearing.
Then the prosecution proved that he had
b:iught the liipior, and hence the charge.
Two cases will be tried at the present
term where the defendants arc charged
with re-using revenue stamps. F.iglity-
uinc arc charged with violating the inter
nal revenue law, and forty-four who
were under bond to apK'ar at the last
.crm and pay costs in ns many different
eases are to show some good excuse at
this which will excuse them lor not a
IK'aring. H IGHLANDS, N. C.
ChuruiliiK Hummer Henort The
Uciu of the .MountaHiH."
A neatly printed illustrated pamphlet
setting forth the bcaulicsaudatlractions
of Highlands, N. C, has Im.ch issued by
the enterprising people of that charming
little town. It comes from the office of
Cue Brothers, the publishers of the High
Highlands is a small village situated in
Macon county, eighty miles west of
Asheville, t hirty-thrcc miles from Sylva,
on the Murphy road, and thirty-live
miles from Seneca, on the Piedmont Air
Lille. . It Is situated directly on the sum
mit of the lllue Kidgc, ail elevated pla
teau 3.S17 I'cet above sea level, in the
midst of the grandest and most pictur
esque scenery of Western North Carolina.
Willi its iwrlcct Hummer climate, an ab
solute freedom from Hies nnd mosquitoes,
and a delightful resident society, it oilers
many attractions to the seeker after
pleasure or health. It offers fishing and
shooting to the sportsman, and a rich
field of research to the naturalist, bot
anist or geologist. For nil those who
have visited Highlands, it is n pleasure
to know that Mrs. Davis is still there,
now in a new hotel. It is almost worth
a visit to Highlands to sM.'iid the time at
her house. Several new hotels have Iktii
It Wiih a HucceHH.
The sup)er given Friday night by the
Rescue Division, West Asheville, of the
Sons of Tempcrnnce, was a success. Moth
the sister lodges, llulm Grove and Ashe
ville were well represented. After an ad
dress of welcome to the invited guests by
G. II. lluriihum, a song was rendered by
the excellent quartette, consisting of
Julia Hoyd, Fdith Ward, Sam Futon and
Thos. Triplet. Then appropriate recita
tions were given by Hdilh Ward and Mr.
Strndlcy and John llaird nnd a sicccli by
The most interesting pin t of the enter
tainment wus the voting for the most
favored lady mid gentleman present, to
cut the cake, the lot Tell upon Miss Vest
and Mr. Morrison.
There was an abundance of excellent
ice cream, lemonade and cake served out
by the laities to all present.
Another song from the quartette ended
the pleasant gathering.
Made a liltf Haul.
A description of Frederick Kimball and
tvstcllc Liibon nnd the offer of n reward
of $,'1,000 for their capture and detention
have been received at police headquarters
front Worcester, Mass, Kimball who
wan vice president of n bank nt that
place left with the l.ahoti woman on
April 2d, carrying $'15,(100 worth of
bonds with lum, The woman is French
nnd Kimball sieaks the language bro
kenly. It is thought that they may have
sailed for lomc foreign country.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Ilnnovcr county is to have n $17,000
ones poor House.
Sixty-four licenses to sell fertilizer have
been granted hy the Stale.
Rev. J. A. Weston has resigned as rec
tor of the hpiseopal church ut Lenoir,
Mrs. Kvander Morrison wns found
dead in bed in loncsboro' by her four
Four of the nine prisoners who cscucd
from the llcudcrsonvillc jail have been
captured in Virginia,
Rev. G. W. Sundcrlin, Stntc Auditor,
will deliver the annual address at Salem
Female college commencement.
The Durham Bottling Works were de
stroyed by lire. The building wni in
sured for $4,100, about half its vulue.
I'p to date $28,000 has been secured
for the erection of n Voting Men's Chris
tian Association building at Wilmington.
A gentlemnn named S. II. Crane, near
Coinjock, has on his farm near Scotland
Neck a healthy colt Willi live Ices anil live
It is now stated that the idea of remov
ing the county scut of Rockingham from
cut worth to Kcidsville lias been aban
In one day Collector Duncan, of the
port of llenufort, collected $1,000 in fines
from three vsssels which lay in harbor
Page Anderson, aged seven years, was
drowned in n dam ut Alamance cotton
mills. He fell from n boat, and none ol
his little companions could aid him.
The Ilnntist church in Klizuhcth City
has paid off the debt for the new house ol
worship, which is not yet completed, out
will lie quite n handsome building when
In Currituck county the cultivation ol
sweet iMitntocs for early marketing is
urowmu to he a nrolitaiilc industry. I la-
slips arc raised in hot bedsnnd thousands
have been planted out already.
The body of lames Dillon, who has been
missing since last .Vivcmncr, was louml
a lew davs ago in Tyrrcl county. His
body was severed from his head, but he
wus identified by paK-rs and letters.
Fnstcrn Carolina has great need of a
school of high grade, and with the o (cu
ing prosiccts for great prosperity in the
near future it will doubtless In-established
at some convenient point at an early day.
There nrcconsumcd annually II, 000,0011
I'ii-fl. of cotton hmnrititr ill Xortll Cnro-
iina. If the fibre of the stalk of the cot
ton plant can lie utilized, as proio8cd by
the Farmers' Alliance, a great saving
will In- cllcctcd.
The iircsident of tlicJvYilmington and
Wcldou Railroad company has author
ized the agent at Scotland Neck to pay
to Mayor b. I-.. Ilillmru -'o as tne com
pany's contribution to the fire comoany
organized there n few days ago.
A K-tition has been signed by the pco
ilc of FlizalK-th City nskiiur for a I 'in ted
States building for the federal court ses
sions. It has lice.) recommended by judge
Sevniour nml by the siuicnnlenclenl ol
revenue for the eastern district of North
The trial of Avery Ilutlcr for the mur-
Icr of his father has Ix-gun at Clinton.
The delcncc will chum that the confession
was forced from the lad and that he is
innocent. A sisreial venire of 100 man
has Ik-cii empanelled but no jury has yet
There arc now L".IS patients in the in
sane asylum nt Kalcigh. A great many
niprnvcmeuts have recently been made
in the building. Two passenger elevators
arc In lie put in, mid the directors arc
-oiisidcrmg the plan ol using electricity
instead of gas in lighting the building.
The body of Ivdwnrd I). Walker, the
Itrooklvu, N. Y., journalist, who so mys
teriously oisupts.'nrcu Irom Wcldou, lias
been found in the Roanoke river and the
coroner's jury have returned n verdict ol
accidental drowning. I lis gold watch
and some money were found on his ier
son. Weeks S. Armstrong the negro post
master at Rocky Mount, rhmged with
embezzling government funds Irom the
poslnlhcc there and also lor lailure to
account lor the postal money, was con
victed nt New llernc in the Federal court
mul was sentenced by Judge Seymour to
turcc ycurs m mc iieuiiviiuury.
Mm. krlsH'cn lltirlev. nn nerd woman.
attempted suicide nt Joncslioro', using a
cloth sash which she tied to the top ol
he door. She was cut down at the last
moment. 1 he cause of the attempt was
her failure to procure laudanum, to the
use oi which she is addicted. She says
he will throw licrscll into the well,
I. M. Spencer, of Hydccounty, wnsscnt
o Coiniock ns a detective to watch the
workiuus around the oyster beds. His
reports contained some uncomplimentary
statements concerning John L. Thomas,
I .New llernc, nml when the two met in
the bitter place there was a collision.
Thomas will carry a lend bullet in his
abdomen ns n souvenir of the occasion.
Mrs. J. F. Ilcnttie, of Ml. I'lcnsnnt,
while on her way home from her hus
band's store wns shot at by some
scoundrel. The shot grazed Mrs.
Ilenttic's clothum. but lortunatelv
did not hurt her, and she made her csca in
to n neighbor s house. Doubtless the
would-lie murderer thought she was cur
rying home the money Irom the day's
Governor Fowle sent to Secretary
Illaincmnl the llritlah Consul, Mr, Crid-
laml, at Charleston the reports of Attor-ncv-Gcnernl
Davidson nnd Distriet-Solic-
tor II, F. Long regarding the case of the
, f. M. Joiner. The reports show
I Jiiiucr, who was n turbulent fellow,
never aided the authorities in finding out
the masked persons who, He alleged, as
saul tcil him in Randolph county.
Rev. Picot Gilligan died in Currituck
iiintv n few ilavs ago, nged 111 years.
At the ngc of III) he did not know one let
ter from another, but he act about get
ting nn education. I Icsueeccdcd in learn
ing enough of the Fnglish language to
rend his lliblc nndcrstnndinglv, mid for
cars has been a minister of the GosiKi,
going from house to house nnd doing
The direetorsof the Southern nnd West
ern Air Line railway have decided to push
the work right tnrougli to the lenncssce
line. Arrnngcmcnts linvc been mnde with
nn Hnglish syndicate nnd bonds to the
amount of $1,200,000 will at once be put
on the market. The citizens of Morgan-
ton have met to consider the question of
giving n right of wny. Unless this is
done the director! say they will miss
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 14 South Irlaln St.
They sr. s Specific
0..C.I.I., ..I.., kr
Midi orR.rrwtiM. Ihrr.r.
I ir ul. b SranUU Mr bf
HOFFMAN DRUG CO.
ii Main St., Buffiloi N,Y and International Bridgs, Ont
run salb ut
J. S. GRANT.
If your prescriptions ore prepared ut
Grunt's I'lmrmucy you can positively dc-
xiidiipun these facts: first, that only the
purest and U-st drugs und chcmiculs will
be used; second, they will he compound
ed carefully and accurately by an exieri
encvd Prcseriptioiiist ; and third, you will
not Ijc charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very reu-
somiblc profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, St South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveted tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, St South Main street.
At Grunt's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price trivi
al by any other drug house in the city.
Wc are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we hare to lose money by
so doing. Wc will sell all Patent Medi
cines ut lirst cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
tor. We have the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over SOU
skins, all sizes, at the lowest prices.
We ure the agents for Humphrey's
Uomwopnthic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use lluneomlie Liver Pills, the Ivst in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly icliable remedy for all
blood diseases is lluneomlie Sarsnparilla.
Try a bottle and you will takenoother.
J. S. Gh'ANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
St S. Main St.. Asheville. N. C.
Every lino of goods in our
stock nt ivtluced prifos. New
Spring Dross (looils, iiiL-lud-ingOutiiigeiotlis,
Sateens, Clinllies, Mohairs,
Henriettas, Silks, Velvets, etc.
Counterpanes, Laco Cur
tains mid Curtain Draperies,
and Household Linens tit
astonishiiifi'ly low ju ices.
Laces, Embroideries nnd
White floods in great quan
tity nt 5, 8, 10. 12, 15, 20
and 2."e. that cannot bo
matched at the price.
Now lot of Sun Umbrellas
and Taney l'arasols, tho
most elegant ever shown in
Asheville. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at $1, worth $2.
Oreat bargains in Muslin,
Merino and (Sauze Underwear
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. Reduced prices in Corsets,
Oloves and Hosiery.
Millinery nt prime cost, in
eluding Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something New Wo sell
tho only absolutely Fast
Dlack Hosiery in tho market
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Roys.
They aro guaranteed not to
dye, croek or turn gmn, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank of Aahtrlllc.