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I "THE CITIZEN" i
Asheville Daily Citizen
Containing full dully reports of the (Jen.
erul Assembly of the Prcntiytcriiin
Church, will be sent for Hoc.
ioitiaid to any address
during the session.
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ASHEVILLE, N. C., TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 26.
A phwo planned and devel
oping us a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
IiilnewH and beauty of
An elevation of a.SOO feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable phut for fine
A good opportunity for
wrolitnhle investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lliivltle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
ok c.i:ntu:mi;n jist in-iiand-
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USEFUL AND ORNAMKNTAL.
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Views and Sketches.
nor IN d
W.I.T.. B. OWVM. W. W. WHT,
GVYN & WEST,
(Hucccssors to Walter D.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loana Securely Placed at
CommlMloncra of Deeds,
OPPICK atoalhcaat Court mm at r.
Real Estate Brokers,
And IiivcHttiient Agent.
I.unil. sc. urely placed at M per cent.
umce.i B HO I'attnn Ave.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL EITATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
1'IRU INHdRANCR I'LACItt) IN TWHNTV
OHTHIt IIIMT COMI'ANIIM IN
ACCIIIItNT INSUIHANCB CO., (J I'
MTATti AOKNT8 VOH TIIBIlBTHOtT I'IKB
AND UUMOLAR PROOP IAPK CO,
Room o 10, McAfee Block
8a, I'atton Art., Asbrvlus, N. C.
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P THERE IS ANY
0 W UK
O R A N Y
li N 12 V 1 T
A K 0 A I N S,
BUY Y O V R
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court House Square.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
Ice Cream Freezers, 2, 51, 4,
(5, H and 10 quart, at prices
ower than ever. Hammocks
at 9Hc, $1.28, !fi.4N ami
f2.2.". Beautiful line of Fans.
terry and Sauce Dishes by
the sett or dozen. Mate-lies
(large boxes, 5100,) 2.rcts,
ter dozen. A new 10c 01
A I i. - P
'reneh Satines, beautiful
tatterns. The prettiest lot
of fiiiighams andChambrays
in town; solids, stripes anil
ilnids. We are daily ex Mi-t
ing Croquet Setts, 4, 0 and 8
mil; also the Harper Fly
'raps, best made, at lHcts
each. We have a very com-
tlete stock of goods at priis
that are sure to please. If
you will tako the trouble to
01110 to see us before you
uy we shall be satisfied. We
do not claim to have all the
goods in town, ami are not
giving them away, but we
iii-c w iimir 1 em iiuin m
them) at very low prices
No chromos, no free gills,
no avalanches, no cyclones,
no humbug. Everything is
uuaraiiteed; and as hereto
fore, the best phu-e in town
to trade is the
( I'ortnerly of Lyman at Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage BurIiicm
Loans teeurely plaotd at I per cent.
- T - j v-Wi-'-i-- -
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N.
For sixteen years 1 have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
tuy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money re-
unded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
ow as tho lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. -Baylor Amiss is wit li
me, and will lie pieaseo 10
meet his friends and custom-
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 miles South uf Aslicvillc, on A. fit S. K. K
Per Month shhhi
Per Week I'-'""
Dinner nnd Tea 1'iirtiea on onedny'anotire
Thou. A. Morri, Prop.,
Ardeii, N. C.
IK. U. WILIS. AKTIIIS J. W 1.1.1.
ASIIHVII.I.i;. N. c.
tullvc llurmird uullilinn. I'. (). lioxftRl.
I'lnn. 8ieellkiillnn, IH Iniln. Nr., fnrevery
ilnitii of liullillnir nl horl notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull nnd see u. iirlrtil.'lm
SEASONABLE ITEMS BELOW MARKET PRICES.
One larire lot Ladies and
Misses' Tine Shoes.
One small lot ditto, medium
irrades, sacrificed at about
one-third of former prices
Men's and lio.vs' Fine Straw
One large lot of White (Juiltf
from low priced to hue.
Several lots of stout, stylish
Carpeting at .10,
Handsome Art Stpiares.
Several lots of Dress (ioods.
which we cannot duplicate.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clolhin, I'rv ('.omls. SIhks, Huts, Small
Niiitb, ami v.arR-i.
7 nnd I'atton Avenue.
Herring & Weaver
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
A N U
Auhcvlllc, N. C.
TIIK DAIL.Y CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS
Politicians file their bonds when they
urc going into office, wliik- prisoners' fill'
their bonds wlicn tlicy arc j;ctting out of
Still more plans fur Mexican rail
roads are made the subject of minor.
The meek mule of Mcsico is having the
last days of his Iouk rcin.
Kiiv. Dm. T. He Witt Talin.inc is to re
ceive $10,000 for twenty lectures with
Chaiilamua assemblies this suiuiiier.
His son, I'rmikilc Wilt Taluinf-c, who is
lass orator at his collcf;" this year, is to
lecture next season.
Osk of the New Vork pajwrs says, in
rennnl to Cliii-nn . : thai it is ensier to
Ket a fair than to hold it. That's what
the fellow said who Ihciuuc culm'iI t'.i
.Till pound k'i1-
Koiii:kt Hiiakii, nn lvnj;lisli lad, kissed
Kil l without her consent nnd was sen
tenced to six weeks' hard labor. He
couldn't earn more than about ciht kisso
year at this rate.
Wiikn a man cts over his can in debt
he finds it so hard to borrow money thai
he cannot help silting down on n stone
sometimes and wonileriii how in the
world he ever managed to linil so many
IK'ople willinj,' to lie his creditors.
ItisMAMCK doesn't care to sec bis own
limine in marine or oronzc. lie says lie
oesu't know what kind ol expression ffi
assume wlicu lie Inuls liimscll y tin
side of hi fossilized self."
Till'. lintcrprisc, which brought lioinc
the remains ol Minister IViullvtoii, is,
aecordiii)! to rcuii t, to lie detailed for
further funeral service with a new set nl
ollicers. It is said that she will take tin
body ol John liricsson to Sweden, and
will then receive the remains ol Joel liar-
ow, who died eighty years njjw at Cra
cow, ami limit; incin to tnc 1 mmi
States. Siieh service is honorable but it
cannot Ik- divined cheerful, hut then tin
nterprise is not a cheerful ship.
Tin; waiters of Berlin and the ieoplc
upon whom tlicy wan are ior .nice 111
harmonious accord. The waiters want
n-L-iiliir wiil-cs. so that they can lie re
lieved from exaction lips from their pat
rons. Tlicy have struck upon a noble
scheme. It's all riht to j-ivc a tip as 11
Kift, not to I expected nnd not to lie lie-
niandcd, nsa reward for faithful or ex
tra services, or when the diner feels es-
H-ci.dly prosiHrous and coinpl.-iccnt after
a well served meal: but as a necessary
side dish to every meal ealen 111 a Hotel
or restaurant the lip must o. It prc
vnils to touKi-cat a dc(jree in some pans
of this country now, and the llcrlin wai
lersare lots; eoinmcndcd for trying lo
make it uufashion.'iblc.
It was a ureal dav in Im-sdeii Tuesday.
The mavor. the alileriucn, the clncl 01
.lire and a memlier of llic Keichstau
met 11 ncwlv arrived train at the railroad
station, nnd its distiiiuuishcd acenpants.
who were Americans, were placed in eaily
decorated wajjous and escorted by tliu-
samls of citizens to their destination.
Chancellor Caprivi was coiiKratiilalcd
uiNin his lilwrulity in allowing the Amer
icans lo cnler, and the sun that rose o'er
Snxonv iioureil down his ecni.il rays
iip iua happvaiidenthiisiiislic coneonrse
It was Hie first dny that the American
hoi; had Iktii allowed in ('.ciinau posses
sions, and Ihe iMirk-hunj-ry cilicns wcl
-.iim-il him with linen in ins and later
wilh oK'ii mouths.
Tim Maryland Icauuc of Kepiiblicnu
. liilm nt a niet'liiiL' in Kiilliiiiorc oil last
Weibiesdav, alter a bitter wioiikIc
solved thai the Republicans of Maryland
liivor civil si'i vice reform, but oppose the
uianncrin which it has Ism practised
This is an udvanec upon the l'..irmiiu-ln
Kulls idea of civil service reform, ullhoiiuli
it has 11 smack of advocatiiiu a law but
Ikmiik utterly averse lo its ciifouvineiil
Inn all this hiuulmu about the relinin
stands for uolhiuu when set au.'iiusl the
opinion of the best men in the House
Urprcscnlnlivcs that civil service reloini
is here pennnnent ly, nnd those wlioatray
ihcmsilvcs anainst it tlo so ut their po
Tim Wavncsboro True Cilien of date
ulv '.".I, 1KH7, said col cerniiiK the (icor
uia convict U-nsesyslem : "The members
of Ihe lc(islaliiie arc havinu liiueli to say
about convicts. Hut this sort of talk
has been on for years, and in the
mean while poor, uulortuuatc liiimauity
has Ihcii writ hiuu under the cnicltien ol
the hardened taskiimsters. A few men
have Ikcii imikiiiK ImKf pile" of blood
money, while the uroaus anil sull'crinus
ofiKoiile made ullcr Cod's itiwiKC have
Urn heard all over Ihe land. Poor, lorn
lost devils, limliiiK I'aud to help, no
eye to pity, tlril'tiini about here and there
with all their siuuals ol distress, IcihiiH
their wrecked condition, yet hundreds of
vessels passion by or unheeilinji their
siuus nnd stopping llicir ems af,'iiiimt the
crv for help! This is a ureal country
ours, the 'home of the brave, the laud of
the free,' where the oppressed and unfor
tunate ol every clime can liml ready ref
iil'C. Anarchists and communists nnd
esciiK'd felons llockinu into wiilc-strelch-ed
arms, and yet the cbaiu uaiiK system
of the liuipire Slate of the South is llour
ishhiK, whilcwushed by State ollieials
anil Kivcn cnrle blanche by the legisla
tures, Ihtiiiisc 11 chanue might prove ex
K'iisive." Zcb, I', Vance, son of (leu. K. II. Vnncc,
isipiilcsiek ul his father's borne, live
miles Ih'Iow Asheville, on the I'rcnch
ITEMS OF INTEREST OF THE
ELECTION TO TAKE PLACE
A I t's of the niHtluiculHlied UuchIm
Who Will Acid to the Meas
ures of the NeelliiK.
The first ipicslion of general interest in
the General Assembly is the election ol
the new moderator. Dr. Hill, of this
State, who presided at Chattanooga,
will preach the oiening sermon, ami
preside till the organization is effected.
Any one of the 170 commissioners,
Iders as well as ministers, is eligible to
this high ollicc, and while elders have
lieen inodcralors of synods, as in the
case oHiovcrnor ncaies, 01 .oriu .imr
linn, an elder has never yet liccn made
moderator of the General Assembly.
It is not at all unlikely that some elder
will be nominated for this ollicc, as there
ire a large niiiiils'rcminently qualified to
fill it. The election takes place alter the
sermon; nominations arc made and bal
lots cast. The new moderator U'conics
it once the central figure of I he Assembly
throughout the sessions and upon Ins
ibilily ileiwnds the dispatch of business.
Alter the moderator is elected, two
temporary clerks will nc enoscn who
hall assist the stated clerk, Hr. Wilson,
mil the sTinaiiciit.clcrk, lr. Tarns, who
by the way is a veteran ncwspniHT man.
the editor of the St. Louis Presbyterian.
These clerks are usually taken from the
younger men of the body.
Among the venerable lathers who will
Ik- prcscut is Kev. C. A. Stillman, 1). U.,
of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who was mod
erator of the assembly at New Orleans in
N77, and who is the mainstay of the
Tuscaloosa Institute for tho training of
colored ministers, ns well as 1 astor ol
the church there. Hr. Slillnianis a living
refutation of the charge made bv some
Northern writers that Southern men
:irc nothing for the intellectual and
moral development of the colored man.
'or vcars he lias devoted his time and
energies to the upbuilding of the insti
tute, and has niai.itaincd it against the
keenest financial straits; and now that
it is finally well established he can re
joice in it success. Another vcneraoic
man who will lie present is Ir. 1-crili-aaad
Jacobs, of Nashville, Tcnn., whose
i years sit lightly ami gracelullv upon
him. Helms ministered in the gossi
for nearly fifty years, and has handed
town his ministry to two sous, both ol
whom will Is; here. One of them, tin
Kev. Wm. I'lmncr Jacobs, l. !., of Clin
ton, S, C, whose name is lamiliar to all
friends of the Thornwcll orphanage at
Clinton, and also to the friends ol the
new rresbvtcriau college of South Caro
lina. lr. jacobs' other son is the Kev. J.
K l.ieobs, of llillsboro, Texas, who will
sit ns a commissioner in the assembly.
THEIR NEW QUARTERS.
The National Hank of AHhevllle
The National Hank of Asheville is soon
lo move into its new quarters at the cor
ner of Pulton avenue and Court Place.
Work on the new vault will commence
this week. The date ol removal is ill
H-ndciil on several matters, which will
cause more or less of a delay. Ilcforc the
bank can be moved Raysor , Smith, the
resent occiuiiiuls of the room, will have
lo vacate, and their removal to 111 Pal
ton avenue is dcis.-ndcul on the removal
of the present occupants to the building
on Court I'liicc, loriucrly occupied ny
Hampton Jt I'cathcrslon. Work on the
hitler building is in process nail as soon
as that can In- obtained the series nl re
inovals will la-gin.
The hanking room will occupy the tirsl
floor nnd basement now used by Kaysor
Smith and will lie, when completed
one of the most completely eipiips:d es
tablishments of the kind in the State
The sium-furniture that is now in the
bank w ill lie used. The vault, which will
l. a double one. running from the base
incut to the fust floor, will bcconstruclcil
wilh a view lo the perfect protection ol
money mill valuables. The size is tlx III
feet, inside measurement, and it will be of
brick, lined with laminated steel.
The wall is to Is.' three lecl thick and
will be built as follows: First there will
Is.' two feel of brick, then an air cIuiiiiIkt
from lour lo six inches wide, then one
foot of brick wall and last a plate of the
finest nnd hardest steel. Mr. D. 0. Wad-
dell, president ol the bank, savs he hocs
to Ik? able to obtain possession of the
room by June I. As soon as the bank
moves out of its present quarters Siqier
iulcndcnt Mcllee, of the Western North
Carolina railroad, will move his ollicc up
town, occupying that room.
l-'or (lie I'lrHt Time.
The new horses which were purchased
by the city for the hose reel were hitched
to the hose reel for the lirst time this
morning. They start from the hose
house very readily anil work as well ns
could lie ilesiml. The actions ol one of
the black horses that has been used for
the reel for sonic time, when he saw the
other horses taking his place, wus no
ticeable. The nniiniil tried in every way
lo get away from his slnll and take his
place at the tongue, lie seemed to re
gard the others as interloK'rs who hail
no right there.
Jus. M. Hyde is In town to-day from
Raleigh's military fair lasted eight
A Durham la.lv remit ly received a let
ter covering i:ill pages.
Governor I'owle will cut ninety tons of
lover on his farm near Raleigh,
Rev. C. It. Wells is called to lie pastor
of the llaptist church at High Point.
Scvcntv-fivc converts is the result of a
recent revival meeting at lleaiifort.
losenhA. Harris, editor of the llills
boro Observer, has been elected mayor of
The democratic judicial convention ol
the Sixth district is called to meet at
Kiuston July U.
lames Hopkins was seriously wounded
at Oxford while fooling with a pistol.
The bullet entered his neck.
1. G. Nenl. who for eighteen years has
Ik'cii sheriff of McDowell county, has re
signed on account of ill health.
Four convicts were brought to theism-
L-ntiarv Saturday. One Irom llertic
county and three from Sampson.
ludgc James li. Shepherd will assist
lion, lolm Mannini: in conducting the
summer session ol the law scnoui 111
Andv Gregory, a colored innnof Greens
boro, got his hand mixed up with the
lunger ol the cotton mill ami 11 uao 10
When livam-clist l-'ifc left Rocky Mount
he was escorted lo the depot by a large
and enthusiastic crowd and held 11 jubilee
meeting in the warehouse.
Page Anderson, aged seven years, was
Irnwncd in a dam at Alamance cotton
mills, lie fell from a boat, and none ol
his little companions could aid him.
The llantisl church of r.li.alH.-th City
has imid oil the debt lor the new House-1
' , . . . . , ,.,,,l,.,,.,l I
but will lie quite
a li.'indsiinie building
The Henderson Tomahawk says that
indications point lo the uommalion and
election ol Capt. A. II. A. Williams, ol
.ranvi c. as the next congressman nom
the oth district.
Rev. D. Ilernilou Tiilllc, of Wilson, has
received and will accept an invitation to
deliver an address Uiore Davenport Fe
male College, nl U-noir, ou the evening
of June 17th, on Female lidiicatiou.
Urnurts from Stokes and o'her ndjoiu-
in,. ,',,nnll,H state that the flies have de
stroyed the tobacco plants to such an
.-xiMit that it is feared the crop will fall
considerably short of the average in coir
Revenue Collector Whitc.of Raleigh re
ports that there tire only liliy-livcL'ovcrn
meiit whiskey distilleries in oH-rntioti
now. Manv did not start up because
ilwv eniilil not make three uallous ol
wluskcv to the bushel ol com.
I'.iivi-rnor Powlc lias accepted an invita
tion to attend the occasion ol the iinveil
imr 1,1 the Lee monument at Richmond
and has invited his crsonal and general
stall' to acconipanv him. It is estimated
that Will North Uirolma troops will oe
Mr. Abe W. Veiiablc, u gentleman well
known to manv ol the citizens ol the
Twin-Cilv. died in Oxford. Mr. Vcnablc
u-n ii tiiiin of sironu intellect, a com
tmindiiiL' presence and line physique, nnd
was formerly editor of the News of Ox
The commissioner of agriculture has
issued n notice lo the owners of nulls in
the counties ol Iredell anil Catawba to
nimf lishwnvs nt the dams. This will
oikmi the river to fish from hcSoiithCar-
oiiua line upward. There arc not a lew
streams in the State which need similar I
Memorial services were held lit Win-
hIiiii. Washington. Greensboro unci New
Heme Saturday. At most points m me
Slate they were postponed until yes
yesterday. The occasion was duly ob
served at Wilmington, Gohlsboro, Char
lotte. Fnvctlevillc. Raleigh and Salis
The strnwlRTrv crop around Scotland
Neck is being destroyed ns fast us the
lH-rries Is-'iiin to rinen. Something cats
them about hall away and leaves them
There are various opinions as to what
destroys them. Some think that it
t'riiL-H:'oihcrs think it is the birds, and
minister ileel.ircs that it is snails, for he
lias seen them eating the Isirrics.
Lottie Andrew a twelve year old Dur-
tin in irirl lichleil the lire with kerosene
while the can stood uciir by. It exploded
and she was covered with the burning oil
mid rushed into the yard. There she
met her brother who at tempted to tear
the clothing from her but she ran past
him nnd lielorc the flames could lie ex
tinguished she was burned to u crisp,
In Macon county on the farm of Mr.
I.rdford areinouuilsol stoucsover graves
of 7no Indians, who were slam in iiatlic
there. Some year ago relic hunters tore
mvnv the stones. 1 he m-opleol Hint sec
tion have iust restored lliciu to their
original positions as the Indians placed
them many generations since, t lie pus
in whieb tlic Indians me buried lire ol
The dispute ns to the candle-power ol
ihc electric lights liirnishcd Raleigh has
been settled by the arbitrators. Tic
lights were offered as of 1.2(111 candle-
oowcr: ncluallv thev arc of 77o. Tin
rate ol payment was $so ier year n "
l.yiliicaiuue-powcr ohms. ro nn.- u ,
puys $.11.1111 per lamp from Ihe time the
system went into oM.ration. There lire
',!! lamps, and the annual reduction is
$l,;iss.;i:i. The lumps burn all night,
and every night m the year.
Two vouiiL' men named Robinson were
nrrcstci'l at a little postollicc in Warren
county lor swindling and arc in jail at
Warreiitoil in delimit ol $.l nail cucli.
They have made a great deal of money
hv advertising "C" money $10 for $1. 111,,,.. ,i ml ( 'l e.'l III I -lice Ilollll
T'hcir victims thought that "C" meant 1:"U K v . . v- V!'
Their victims thought
eoiiiiiiM'Icil." but it meant "lomcilcr-
nie." Much moncv troin Virginui anil
,'!'. 11 I""'! "t!,..1 Z. J:::r
HI OIV VIHIUH nnimii,,., . i.w ... ,..,
thoritics were put on their tracks early
The coininissioncr of agriculture snys
thc incmisc in the nercagc of sorghum
will this vear Ik-even greater than last
season, and that of all the large numlicr
offarmcrswhoeultiviitcditin 1SH0 not
one was dissatisfied with the result.
There is an nctive home dcnmiul for all
the syrup unci mere win oe itirgc pur-
CIIIISCS Ol IIIC linproveo nmemuery nuw
used in crushing the enne nnd extracting
the vrtiu. The business ngency of the
Farmers Alliance will furnish a grant
dcul of this machinery' having ninny or
ders for it.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of I'liHn-' ';ilila College of I'hurmacy,
ApoUiccao , 34 South Mailt St.
VVVSJ FOR ALL
Thuy ire 1 Specific,
ronulnUl mo tflum, hra.
I.nur ar,Ur. 1 h. J r
-la..tl.rll.. I'rr,l "I.
t..r wla b 4nifUU r by
ii Main St., BulTilOi N.V., and International BridfPiOnt.
fUU BALK IIT
J. S. GRANT.
If your prcscriptioua :rc prepared ut
tlrimt's I'hnvmncy you can positively dc-
IHwdupon these facia: first, that only the
.llln.sl tlnj Jot ;, cicmcas will
ot usea ; ietv.ni, uiey win ix compuunu-
cunfiilly mid accurately hy an ixnn-
ciicci I'nscriiitHiiiist ; and third, you will
not he churned an exorbitant price. 1 ou
will receive the best goods ut a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Orunt't I'lmrmacy, 'J I-South Main street.
Prescriptions tilled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveted lice ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly . Grant' a I'hur
inaey, I'l South Muin street.
At Grunt's I'liarinucy you can buy any
,. i...i:..: ., , i. i. , ,,...
,JH,t .( fc . . ,fc .. IB, J 'I ...'fc
cd by any other drug house in the city.
We urc determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing, lie will sill all I'alcnt Medi
cines at lirst cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet theprice of any conijKti-
We have the lurgest assortment vi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 'J00
skins, all sues, at the lowest jirices.
He are the agents for Humphrey's
lloniivopnthic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use lliincoinlie Liver fills, the licst ill
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly icliublc renicily for all
blood diseases is liuiieo:ulic Sarsaparilla,
Try a bottle and you will tukenouther.
J. S. CHANT, fli. 0., I'hnrmucist,
i'l S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Ciosi! buyers will please note
hlf, foUowill!'' UTOIll illdllCI
mtIltH this WIM
r.l.ick Mohair I'rilliaiitiiieis
nt ."( and T.'c., formerly 7oc.
l'.lai'k Tninise Suit inyrs, )
Mini s."e., former luice 75c.
l'.liick ('iinit'l's Hair and
.Serp' Nut nip at ..-. and
formerly si ami .fl.'J.".
r.liick 1-reiicli Henriettas,
lOe., ,.m-. ami .fl, former
price (."e., SI ami $l.'2r.
laiii-y Mohair lirilliant-
ines, .iiic. ami i.ic., lornier
price 7"e. ami -1 .
I oloreil lleiiriet liisut J-x:,
40c, ."Oe. ami 7"c worth
Domes) it ami Imported
Challies at .Ic, .Sc., ami 12c.
ash Press i nones, Miwim
and Prints at :". ami up.
Kreiicli anil Domestic (Sat-
i)(s at popular pI'ieCH.
n,..mi4 ( ! ! no'liii iiih mill Ssimr.
l'M'HH 1 1 MJU. IWl IUM ailllMtl-
SlICKCl'S, liirK,V VlHieiy.
UUiIHH' WOl IIS, 1 lllllt iJll-
(ns, Wllltl lllld Colored,
' 1 , i 1 1 (inoils Xilinsnoks
M1IU ''OOOS iMllllSOOIvS,
LllWllS, llldlll LllieilS, J 141111-
l,ur(JM Lat'CS, Ullllerwear,
1 1 n,IL-..i.i!,,rj CopuoIm
1 IllltllkerclllelS, l.-OI HOtH,
(JloycS lllld AllttS. IiUI'gO
assortment, and low prices.
Parasols and NinshudcH.
the most attractive in the
city. Prices lower than else
.lust received A new lot of
emu' una I'rnpery .eis.
Sonietliinif New Wo sell
: t he onl v absolutely Fast
11 j .14.
1HUCK ilOSiery III I lie IllUIKUb
innilii bv Smit h it Anirell
f,,,. lJn,li(.u MiwHCH nnd (jllil-
'J'1 lat 1( S, IMISSI B untl
(ll'eil, 111 WO for Moll WIU UoyW.
'fllliy tll'O irUlll'Utlteud Hot lo
, .,".., w.i. t,,,.,, iri-mti lit"
ll. 0, 01 () k Ol till 11 gl 1011, UI
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Dank of AaberlUt.