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I "THE CITIZEN" i
Asheville Daily Citizen
i FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, i
Containing full dnlly report! of the Gen
eral Acnirily of the Prcubytcrlim
Church, will lc sent for Stic.
jiHtimlil to any nililrcas
during the acaalon.
Not exceeding three tinea,-
Onc Time, 28 centa. Three Tlmea, BO cents,
Six Timet, 70 ccnU.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 23.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
FOR 8 ALU.
Ily virtue of authority vented In Ocncvlevc
K. Conant by a certain deed In trut executed
by T. I. VnnC.llder and wile, U. A. Vunl.ilder.
dnted the ath day of June, A. U. 1HM7, and
reKtatered in the Kcglatcr'a office of nuncomlie
county in Book to, uukc 07j und by virtue
ol authority vcatcd in W. W, Burnard by n
certuin deed from unid T. I. Vanlilldcrand lua
nid wile dated Oct. 14, 1MH7, nnd reKHtcrcd
in auid Keitiatcr'a ollice In Uouk 1)0, imkciih,
together with a dcclurution of truil of the
aid W. W. Uarnnrd declared therein duted
Octolier 27, 1877, and rcKiatcrcil in miid ollice
In Hook 11 of mortKiiKc. nnd deed In trust
at puge 444 ; unit by a certuin other deed front
the aid T. I. Vnnliilder and hia uid wile to
aid W. W. Uurnurd dated llctober 211.
1H87, and reirl'tercd in aulil office in Hook
00. pane SOU, tog-ether with a declaration ol
trust aiade thereon by the auid W. W. Hum.
ard dated the 14th day ol October, A. II.
1HH7, and rviciatcrcd in auid ollice in Hook 1 1
of mortK'iKca and deed of trurit, imce 4117;
and by virtue of authority vcatcd in J. A.
Cunnnt by a ccrtnin deed in trnlcxciutid by
the anid T. I. VuuOililer und hia aniil wile,
dated the accond dny of November, lo7.
and reiiialered In auid ollice in Hook ol nwrt
auitca and deeda in truat No. 11, iiukc 7u.
an well aa by virtue of-uny authority he niny
have by renaon ol the deed intruattiralabovi
mentioned, tthe aaid T. 1. VanOilder unii win
having luileil to pay the mimics accured by
euch :md every of anid deeda in truat und
deed and decluriitlona of truat thereon uc
conlliiK to their aevrrul provlalona, and the
anid trustee hnviiiK ugrced uiiioiig them
selves as to the priorities ol the vnrlous
debts secured and ns to the pmiier diviaiou
of the proceeds of the aide of the
lands herclnnltcr described), the said l.cnc
vieve K. Conuut and the auid W. V . Hui imrd
and the said J. A. Connnt, trustees in wild
deeds In truata nnd deed nnd dcclnrntioii ol
truat thereon, will sell ut public miction lor
caah at the court house door in the nty ol
Aahevllle ut 12 o'clock in. oil the :ilal d .y of
Muy, A. I). lMDl), a certuin piece or I'lirccl ol
land In the city of Asheville, county of Hun
eonilic und State of North Cnrollna, on the
south side of College street, nnd on the weal
side of 1 avidson street, including tiic clegitllt
brick residence now occupied by snld I . I.
Vantiilder, and the stublca uud several ulj
cent lots back of It, bounded ua follows: tin
the north by College street, on the ciiat by
Iluvidson street, on the south by liuglestreel
and on the west by the jail lot nnd the A. T.
Davidson lot, now Pack's. At the same time
and place the aald W. V. lliinnird will sell ut
tiuldlc ouctiun lor cnah a large lot ol houae
lold and kitchen furniture under the iiutbor
llr of the deed from auid ViinOildcr und wile
to llumurd lirat anil ubovc mentioned uud
the declaration of trul made thereon ua
aforeauid March aa. IM'u.
C.liNliVlliVli K. CONANT, Trustee.
J. A. CONANT, Tnistee.
V. W. UAK.NAKD, Truatcc.
FUR (ilvNTLUMUN JI ST IX-HAXD-SOME
LATEST DliSllJXS I'RUTTUiST
SHADES OP SILK.
LA DHLS' liLOTSI.
NUW AXD ALL ORADKS.
FANS ! FANS !
I'SIU-TL AXD OKNAMUX TAL.
U'J S. MAIN ST., ASlli;VII.I.lt,
I TIIK I'l.ACK HOK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Waltkm B. C vh, wWWkt
GWYN & WEST,
(Hiicccaaora to Walter ll.Uwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioners ol Deeds
OfPICK Moutheaat Court Met unre.
Real Estate Broker),
And Iuveattncut Agents).
Loans sa. urely placed at 8 per cent.
offices: 34 Ik 30 Patton Ave. Second floor,
( Formerly of Lyman At Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage IIuhIiich
Loans securely placed nt N per cent.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mllee South of Aslievllle, on A. Ac H. K. H
I'er Month Ill) 1)0
I'er Week ,a,H
Dinner and Tea Parties on uncdny'aiuitlcc,
Tlioa. A. Morris), Prop.,
nprlOdtf Arden, N. C.
A NUW DKKl), enrelully iirepiireil tiy lenil
Inn member of th. Aahevllle Imr ion
Aneat parchment and henvjr lint pmier), cor
crluff all necessary iolnts, Just out unil now
on ante at the office of the Citiikn I'I'MI.ikh
tun m. No n North Ootiii Honsrr'. flsnlnl
IF THERE IS ANY
0 W li K
ALU li S,
O R A N V
B X 12 F I T
A K 0 A 1 N S,
lit V YOUR
IROCKRIES, FI-KI), ETC.,
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court House iunrc.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
THE "BIG RACKET"
lias never had a larger
toek of goods, bought lower
and sold lower than at pres-
iit. Kverythingtouseantl to
wear, Dry (loods lower than
the Dry (Soods i-torcs, more
Shoes and cheaper than a
Shoe store, more Kibhonsat
cr-s prices tliau auyMillinery
store, Tinware at half Tin
store prices, Itaskcts cheaper
than anybody. Hammocks,
IapaneM Fans, Scrolls,
Splashers, and the biggest lot
of Flouncing in town. Don't
buy anything until you come
II A AI I L T N
mm RIG 22
Asheville, N. C, April II, tMii,
The copartnership heretofore eslstln Ik
tween the unclcrlgncil, uiulcr t'le nrm nnmc
of I'tH.LIAM Ik CO., la this tiny (llssolvcd by
mutual consent. The debts line by snlil Arm
will lie paid by Lawrence 1'iilllnm. nnil the
debts due to snld Arm will be .pnld to lilm
nnd the bualneaa continued by him.
I). C. WADIilil.L.
To our piitrona of the pnst i
I hnvv this rlny sold my Intcrrst nnd uood
will In the litNurnnc. business In Ashevlllc to
Lawrence I'tilllum, who will cnntlnue the
business. I besiM'fik for him a cnntlrtunncc
of vour pntronnHe.
I). C. WAIMllll.
W. C, CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For HixttHMi yourH I have
'urricd on n Drug mid Pnv
Hcription buwinwH in AhIio
ville, Htriving at all times to
my imre DrugM and Hell no
goods that are not strictly
first-flass in every rospect.
Everything warranted as
vpn'sented or money re-
unded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
ov as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, ana will uo jneasen to
meet his friends and custom-
IMItur Anlu-villp CHUrn:
That our many fricndu may know liuw
anr get tin it un we will ntnte thnt wc t"ik In
in Motel anu Hture
$9,000 Iii Vive Weeks
Tnok In I nut Hntunlny uvcr 70(. $7(1 n
that wa. hotel, lnlnn More. I lutrl n-jd
teml thnt day. Mad A.ihhi nnivnU In
month. Our ut ck la ninnimuth 3M feel
lonK and 15 feet wide. Tell the hninnee oi
the world to come and see 'l1d Ched" umile,
nnd buy Kott of un and nve U to -5 K-t
novlAritf 8. R CMHUHHTHK He ft N.
ji:nks & JICNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
I'IRK ISSCRNNCH IM.AflMI IN TWBSTV
OP Til I! HliST CIIMCASIliS IN
AC.IiNT8 0F TUB TKAVHI.IiKS" l.ll'H AXI'
ACCIIIUNT 1NS1KANCU CO., Ill'
STATU AI'.BMTH POK TIIK DHTHOIT I'IKB
AND IICKt'.LAM CHOOI' 8AIMI CO
Rooms) ) & io, McAfee Block,
UN I'utton Ave., Asheville, N. C.
Of General Interest.
SEASONABLE ITEMS BELOW MARKET PRICES
)ne larue lot Ladies'
Misses Fine Shoes.
One small lot ditto, medium
grades, sacriflcetl at about
one-third of former prices.
Men's and Hoys' Fine Straw-
One large lot of lute (fuilts
from low priced to line.
Severn! lots of stout, stylisli
Carpeting at 2.. .10, '!.
Handsome Art Squares.
Several lots of Dress lioods,
which we cannot duplicate.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
ClothiiiK, "r' Omnia. Shots, lints. Siimll
Wiirva, anil tnrK't.
7 nnd t I'littcm Avcmif.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
AhIicvIIIc, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
liNTiii'SlASTic silvernien proplicsy tlmt
when the silver bill is mtmccl it will hrinu
up the price of wheat anil cotton uliriiiul
imj force Uuroenu countries to return
to silver coinnge,
I'kofkhsok Golilwin Smith, whose
Krent tcmptntion is to supplement
knowledge with opinions, 1ms evolving
a long essny on the hatred towards Hiik-
Innd in the United Stntes. Wl..) hates
KtiKlnnd in the United Slates?
Intkk national irrijntin has Wen
proposed in the Rio Grande valley, be
tween Mexico uud li..' I'n'tcd Strtts.
The concurrent resolution authorizes
President Harrison to communicate with
Mexico on the subject. A successful
method of Irrigation here would open to
cultivation some millions of acres of land
in both republics.
It hi; I! ms as if, after a tough fight, the
minority to defeat a measure by refrain
iii( from voting is to lie broken in both
houses of congress. Senator Sherman
has given notice that hereufter, when a
legal ipiorum is present in the chnmtwr,
he will demand that it be counted ns
such by the presiding officer, whether the
members ull vote or not.
Cknscs Su)erinteiident Porter snys
that as far ns the census in the South is
concerned, the enumeration of negroei.
will lie honest nnd complete. The suM;r
visors in the South in many cases arc
democrats, and most of the republican
supervisors were thoroughly indorsed
by democrats as well as republicans. He
said that he relics upon the suicrvisors
for nn honest enumeration of the whole
IH'ople, and lie does not cxiect to Isr dis
.'ipHinted. William Galloway, who ran the first
locomotive on the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad, and was called the oldest rail
road engineer in the world, died recently
in llaltimore, at the age of eighty years.
He was retired in IHN" by the Baltimore
& Ohio company, for whom he had
worked for overlil'ty years, never missing
a trip or meeting with n serious acci
dent. In all, be ran his engine over
1,5 -10,01 HI miles.
TllK great contrast IkIwccii the free
dom of the press in thet'iiitcd States and
the censorship of Russia is vividly shown
in un illustration in the May manlier ol
The Century Magazine. This shows the
method of the police rmiviring with
some black substance the pages contain
ing one of George Kennnn's articles upon
SiU'ria. The illustration is strangely
suggestive and will do much towards
strengthening the American opinion ol
Russia's conduct of her internal affairs.
"Wiivdon't you rutin pncrlikctlint ?"
said a merchant to a publisher, throwing
down n blanket-sheet city daily. "Why
don't you run a store like that ?"said the
publisher of the country sheet as he turned
the paier over and pointed to a full paue
advertisement that brought the city pub
lisher $'.'.' nn issue. usl then the coun
try publisher presented n monthly bill for
$5, and the merchant Ugau to talk ol
economizing by cutting down his adver
tisement and slopping Ins p:i-r. Ilctlnl
both, and the sherilTis now doing his ad
vertising for him.
Josill'll I'kancm, the veteran inventor
f the lifc-luiat, who has .iit received a
tardv recognition from congress in the
slmicof a gold medal bearing his own
cfTigv, is it spare-faced man of ninety
years, with n slight stoop, and since his
retirement from active business, some
years since, has lived in huccIuI retire
ment at the old Stevens hoiie, on lowei
llrondwny. His -health is still excellent,
anil lie lin otiiuveii an ins relations, ex
cepting oniy his ton, now ageing himselt.
He has more decorations und diplomas
than he knows what to do with, and
nartieularlv treasures the gold stii'lf-hox
set ill diamonds which was given him by
T will, perhaps, not lie out of place
here to say that the time is last ap
proaching when deblKTiitc killing, no
matter what the circumstances, will Is.
esteemed a relic of barbarism ; an heir
loom of that K'rioil in the history of the
evolution of the species in which the sur
vival of the lit lest meant simply the sur
vival of the strongest. The fact tlntt
State docs the killing in what is teruiei
self defence, or in nggrcssive wn.-, will
not rob it of its barbarity. Then there
are reasons wholly outside the humane
sentiment lor using the (tenth penalty
even stiaringlv. The one most to lie
considered is the divadtiil fact that inno
cent men have olien been executed
order that the guilty might not csctiic
Tim democratic party of the nation
has been heavilv alllieted of late by the
hand ol death. Witliiu a very few years
thrpartv has lost Tildeu, Scymorc, M
Clellan, Hancock, Hendricks, Manning
Kaudall, and now it mourns crlini its
ablest representative in the United States
senate James It. Heck, ol Kentucky.
No greater loss could Ix-fall the demo
cratic party than the death of Senator
J, II. Ileck. lie was one of the ablest
its representatives, thoroughly honest
mid fearless, and he occupied a high place,
not only in the councils of his party, but
also in thccoimeilsot thenation, Though
Scotch by birth, he was n thorough
American. He settled in Kentucky early
in life, and became one of Hie leading rep
resentatives of the Slate, lie was heat
known on account ol his knowledge of
tpirstions nffcctiug the tnrilfniid finance,
and these iticatious always called lorth
his Ik'sI cllorts. He was one of the few
men that the democracy could ill nlTord
VALUABLE SUGGESTION .
WECOULD HAVE A COLLEGE
SECOND TO NONE.
REV. S. N. BARKER OF
c MALE COLLEGE.
A Talk With the fjetitleman About
hlH Removal to Ablnudo". Vs.
lMeaNd With AHhevllle.
Rev. S. N. Barker, who has had charge
as president and lessee of the Asheville
Female College for the last session, hns
accepted the lease and presidency ol
Martha Washington College, Abingdon,
Vn for a term of 10 years, and his time
begin with the opening of the fall term.
Prof. II. Ii. Atkins, who has long been
connected with the Asheville l-emale
College as teacher of mathemasties, has
leased that proierty for ten years, nnd
his management will also begin with
the nciiing of the fall session. Prof, At
kins is a brother of Jas. Atkins, jr., who
for a long time was president of the col
lege, and has Iktii for several years fully
identified with the success of that insti-
utiou. Mr. Itarkcr, in conversation last
night, ex pressed himself as highly pleased
with Asheville and his reception here by
I am very much pleased with the
place," he said, "and would lie glad to
sta.t, hut satisfactory arrangements can
not lie made with theowners of theprop-
rty. My success here has Iktii most
satisfactory, and my business relations
with the owners have lieeii pleas
ant. If sntislaetory arrangements
could have been made, I would have
Ikcii glad to siK-nd the remainder ol my
life here. I think that coming here nnd
spending this year has saved my wife's
life. She was suffering with a pulmon
ary trouble and I. as improved wonder
fully since coming here. She hates greatly
to leave. My success here has lieen very
satisfactory. There have been about
fifteen States represented in the school,
and a larger iiuinlicrof young ladies than
were ever here have been ut the school
"As to the new college under my charge,
I will endeavor to keep that up to its old
standard ol excellence, and will make a
iiiiiiiIht of improvements. Large mate
rial improvements to the building und
furnishings are contemplated, which will
make the college much more eomlorlable
Mr. Itarkcr will this summer erect an
tdditional building, which will give to
the college a large and commodious din
ing hull and a cluiel. He is now select-
ng a fuculty that will lie lirst class in
every particular, and will go to consider
able exieiise to secure superior facilities
for educational purKises. He says he
intends to keep the music department,
which has always been good, up to its
former reputation and will take great
pains for that purpose. In conclusion
Mr. Darker said :
Thccopleof this place don't appre
ciate what they might do lor Asheville
if they would combine and build up a
good school here. It would Is.- a great
advertisement for the place to have a
school that would compare with any in
stitution in the United Stales,"
THE ASHEVILLE DIRECTORY.
The Msme of a - Dally to Ap
pear Next W eek.
The system adopted by the committee
of arrangements lor entertaining the As
sembly is a very sntislaetory one. Hand
somely ex.vuteil cards have Is-en sent to
each commissioner, giving the name ami
residence ol his host und the line ol street
cars most convenient and to this ismalcil
a miucsl lo not ily his host of the day
and hour ol his arrival. Cards have also
I it en sent to each host giving name and
address ol his guests ami inviting linn to
meet lliein if convenient, adding that li
not they will lie directed to his house.
livery train by which the gues's will
arrive is at u convenient uour, except
one. which is due at l'.'.MO it. m. The
conned ions from the West and South
west are such that this is the only train
by which through passengers will urrive,
Commissioners haw been notified not li
arrive bv that train, as it will lie obv
ously impossible lor hosts to receive their
guests at that hour ol the night, nnd
thev lire informed that they can pass the
night comfortably at Hot Springs.
Asheville is to have n new daily. "The
Assembly liireelory" will npicar next
Wednesday uud lor two or three days
alter. It will contain the roll of the As
sembly by synods, the roll of hosts with
guests, the committees uud nil inl'orina
lion ol interest to our H'ople nnd their
guests. When the roll is iwrlcclcd "The
liireelory" will cease to apieiir.
The Assembly will have n very com
fortable cloak-room in the lecture room
of the church. It will lie filled up with
lounges and easy chairs, with writing
table nnd conveniences, post ollice and
news stands, The two leading commit
tees will have rooms oiicmnu off the
cloak-room i other committees will I
provided lor in the Methodist church, the
Christian church, the (lH-ra House, and
their location will lie published in "The
Marriage License have Ikimi issued to
J. L. Mcl-'ull nnd K
M, Poor) white, nnd
Nancy O'Neill, col-
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Or. Thomas B. Carr, of Clinton, is
dead ; aged 01. He was for years a well
The democrntie congressional conven
tion of the Third district will be held at
Clinton, July 23d.
Judge Pool, of Pasquotank county,
wlio has lwen in Brazil u year, is ex
pected home this week.
Rev. W. L. Milliehaniie has made ar
rangements to preach to the convicts at
the ienilentiary farm near Kaleign once
The Wilmington, Onslow and East
Carolina railway is completed to Scott's
Hill, Pender coiinty, twelve miles from
Andrew Wilson, nt n fishing in Bertie
county, slew Monroe Johnson with a
club. " He is in jail ut Mantco and has
confessed the crime.
The Farmers' Alliance of Halifax stick
to it that they will not support any man
tor congress who does not pledge himscll
to the sub-treusury plan.
Governor Fowle will be requested to
order u sieciul term of court for Mitchell
county for the trial of a number of mur
derers' in jail al Bakersvillc.
The Scotland Neck election passed oft
quietly. Mayor H. U. Milliard was re
elected and the same board of commis
sioners with only two changes.
Secretary Harrell, of the North Caro
lina Teachers' Assembly, announces that
lion. J. L. M. Curry, of Richmond, will
lie present during its session at More
Local option elections were held nt
Lntireuburg ami Mnxton, the lirst going
dry and the hitler wet by very small ma
jorities. At the town of Rockingham
high license was carried.
The commencement exercises at the
State colored normal ami industrial
school at Kittrell will lieheldontheL'Sth.
The school has a good building and large
grounds and is prosperous.
A large force of convicts have been put
lo work on the canal at W'cldon. The
engineers have located the mill site and
the company will commence the erection
of their mammoth grist mill in u lew
On next Monday n regular passenger
train will Ik' put on the Scotland .cck
nnd Greenville road, to run from Green-
rille to eldon nnd return. A tn-wcekly
freight will take the place of the present
Joseph K. Ross, a freight conductor on
the Richmond nnd Hanvdlc between
Charlotte mid Atlanta, was cut in three
icccs at Spartanburg Wednesday morn
ing by the train passing over lam. He
was n son of J. . Ross, of Greensboro.
The municiiml election tin ssedolTiiuietlv
nt Weldon and the entire old board ol
commissioners were re-ciccicti. i acre
were two tickets in the held, but the oir
posilion withdrew their ticket early in
I lie morning, leaving oniy one iickci to
lie voted for. A lurge vote was polled.
A strange and shocking crime has just
Kvurrcd near Piiiekney. Wayne county.
A ncirro how ngeil twelve years, threw
another boy, aged eight, into a w-ell.
The eliler boy was angry ami ms iiitcni
was murderous. His victim was
Returns of the condition of the crops
ami Iruit lor Annl have lieen received al
the department of agriculture from nine-tv-one
counties. The showing made for
wheat. ontsand rve isconsalcralily below
the average, and the orchards are not in
uood condition. Reports are very satis
factory as to cattle and stock generally.
and the grasses and clover are about
A shocking case of infanticide occurred
at Grccnsluiro. .Miss Jennie l-.d wards,
rallied by her cousin, destroyed her inlant.
She states that her uncle in Missouri dis
covering her condition Had driven ncruy
threats ami brilH'S lo return to tins Mate
in order lo save his guilty son, her des
troyer, Irom the ticnucnliurv. She is in
an extremely critical condition.
A negro who is on n farm owned by
lohn P. Richardson, a great cotton
iilanter in Louisiana, writes regarding
the wages ol laborers mere mat women
arc paid hllv cents a day and men seven-
tv-livc cents or l"i mr month. Out ol
this thev have lo pnv their board. Hun-
reds of North Carolina negroes arc on
The negroes in Wukc county, which has
been a republican stronghold, have
startled the while republican ollice seek
ers bv announcing that hereafter thev in
tend to vote lor good men regardless ol
party. Four years ago such a declara
tion would not have been thought pos
sible. The while republicans in the pied
mont nnd eastern section do not know
just where they stand ; all is uncertainly
to them in a Hilitical way.
The $2,01 HI to lie used by the governor
in making such improvements of the
Kriuaneut camp grounds ns to prepare
theui for the ea.'iitnnuicnt for the State
Guard at Wrightsvillv has all been raised
by the city of Wilmington and its citi
zens nnd will Ik.' sent to Governor Fowle
nt iitici.. The eitv last vear utivc one
hundred acres of land on Wrighfsviiic
sound as a site tor the encampment.
Letters received nt Tnrboro state thnt
Blount Fugles, Abraham Vines, Granville
Vines, und seventv-nve oilier negro emi
grants who letl Udgccomlic county last
autumn for Louisiana, have nil Iktii
drowned. These tintortunntc negroei
were taken soiitn by lr. nail to work on
farms. The news created a great sensa
lion among the negroes in the Ivdgecomhe
section, ami will do more than anything
else to check tnc exoiius ol lac blacks.
Averv Hutler, who assassinated hi
father nt Clinton, hns iK-en convicted of
murder nnd sentenced to Ik' hanged June
111, The boy's age is sixteen instead of
fourteen, though he docs not npiear to
lie over the latteragc, In his evidence he
stated that his mother had urged him to
commit the crime. It will lie remenv
IktciI that while in jail he said he would
make some startling revelations when he
went noon the witness slanil. Nobodv
Micvcd his story incriminating Ins
Sergeant W. Ih Hamilton, of Wake
county, served in the 14-th regiment
North Carolina troops. At Williams-
bum, n he was firing, a Imllcltore nwny
hi rille barrel, and n tew moments Inter
one passed through hi eyes, forever des
troying his sight. Long afterwards he
wait asked how mnnv times he had fired
before he was Int. He replied, eighteen
nnd then said, in response to nnother in
innrv. that lie Had struck sixtccr
lie was nn exceptionally fine ninrksmnn
und a man ut wuiidcriui nerve.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 South Main St.
Th.y lr 1 SpteHle.
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HOFFMAN DRUG CO.
ii Main St., Buffalo, N.Y And InUrutlonil Brldga,Oirt.
PUS SALE BY
J. S. GRANT.
If your prescriptions are prepared at
Grant's Pharmacy you can positively de
lciid upon these facts: First, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
lie used; second, they will he compound'
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced I'rescriptionist ; and third, you will
not lie charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable proit. lm' t ibrgct the place
Grant's Pharmacy, S4 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled ut all hours, night
or day, and deliveied 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 quot
ed by any other drug house in the city.
We are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines ut lirst 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
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
lloimcupathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on band.
I'se Huncomlie Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly icliable remedy for all
blood diseases is lluncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G Pharmacist,
24- S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Clowe buyoi'H will please note
the following great induce
ments this week :
I51ack Mnlinir BrilliantiiieH
nt "( nnil 7", formerly 75c.
lUack Tnmise Suitings, GO
and H.":., former price 75c.
IMack Camel's Hair and
Serge Sailings at 75e. and
fornieil.v 1 and $1.25.
Black French Henriettas,
1 1 . ".. l a a e
mi'., . nun & i. lormer
trice (.")(., $1 and $1.25.
1'niicv Mohair Bnlliant-
nes, .(ic. and oc., lormer
ince T.tc. and SI.
Colored llenriettasat 25c.
K)c, 50c. and 75c. worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c, He, nnd 12c.
ash Dress Fabrics. Lawns
and Prints at io.. and up.
French and Domestic Sat-
mes at popular prices.
Dress (iinghams nnd Seer
suckers, large variety.
Uutniir tlotlis, Table Lin
ens, white and colored.
White doods. Nainsooks.
Lawns, India Linens, Ilani-
nirgs, .Laces, Underwear.
1 1 nndkerchiefs, Corsets,
(lloves and Mitts. Larire
assortment and low prices.
l'arasols ami .sunshades,
the most attractive in the
city. Trices lower than else
.lust received A new lot of
Black and Cream Lnco Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
SoiiH'tinmr New we sell
the only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in the market
made by Smith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, ulso for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Dank of AahtrUk.