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Asheville Daily Citizen
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One Time, SS cents. Three Time, SO cent.
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VOLUME VI. NO.
..i.iMniii I . . - I ... n- t Bvt Mrxre I ircTr t j nrrvirro
A place plaunud and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,N00 feet,
It in being laid out with
taato and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Mnvllle. Mitchell Co., N. C.
POR UUNTL15MKN JUST IN-HAND
SOME LATIiST DESIGNS PRETTIEST
SHADES OP SILK.
NEW AND ALL GRADES.
FANS ! FANS !
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.
uti . main bt., ahhbvili.u,
-lama rues ro -
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches
Waifs B. Owrw, W. w-
GV7YN & WEST,
(Bucceeeors to Walter B.Owjrn)
REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed ait 8
Commtaeinnera of Ueeda,
OFlICK ontbenat Court llqnar.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inveottucnt Agent.
Loan, ae urely placid at per cent.
Ufflcea: SI ft It Patton Are.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKER!
PIHB INHUMANCB PLACHU IN TWUNTY
(IPTHU HHHT COMPANIUH IN
AOHNTHOP TUB TRA VKI.HHM' I.I I' It AN I)
ACCIUBNT INBIIRANCB CO.. OP
BTATB AOIINTS POM TUB DBTHOIT PIH
AND BCROLAR PROOP BAPB CO.
Room A 10, McAlcc Block
88 Pattoa At.., AeheTllle, N, C.
IF THERE IS ANY
0 W E R
1 R T U E
A L U E S,
O R A N Y
E N E V 1 T
A R G A I N S,
BUY Y O V R
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
I' H () M
A. D. COOPER.
North Hide Court lluuac 8uiirc.
FRESH COUNTRV BUTTER, 20CTS. PER LB.
Ice Crenn i Freezers, 2, JJ, 4,
, H and 10 quart, at prices
ower than ever. Hammocks
at 98c., $1.28, if 1.48 and
$2.25. Beautiful line of Fans.
Kerry and Sauce Dishes by
the sett )! dozen. Matches
(large boxes, 5100,) 25ets
ner dozen. A new lot of
French Stitines, beautiful
patterns. The prettiest lot
of Ginghams andChambrays
in town; solids, stripes and
plaids. Wo aro daily exjtoet
ing Croquet Setts, 4, 0 and 8
ball; also the IInrcr Fly
Trups, best made, at I8ets
each. We have a very com
plete stock of goods at prices
that aro sure to lileowc. If
you will tako the trouble to
come to sets us before you
buy we shall be satisfied. We
do not claim to have all the
goods in town, and are not
giving them away, but we
aro sellinir them (lots of
them) at very low juices
No chromos, no free gifts,
no avalanches, no cyclones,
no humbug. Everything is
guaranteed ; and as hereto
fore, the best place in town
to trade is the
( Formerly or Lyman ft Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage BubIiicm
Loan, securely placed at per cent.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
1(1 mllca Houth of Aahevllle, on A. H, K. K
Dinner and Tea I
i U (II)
nrtlea on one dny'a notice,
Tho. A. Morris, Prop.,
aprio dtf Ardcn, N. C.
pW!?' .' -'.alW i....v'i t
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug arid Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
my pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
fii-st-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money ro
unded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
ow ut the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Ta ylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom-
MONDAY, MAY 26, 1890,
At lo O'Clocfc.
I'our ilcrca divided into lota ailmiU-d on the
went aide of Mnin atrcet, oppoaltc Cnptain
PiiKK'a dwelling, between Cherry atrcet and
Stnrnca avenue, on trcet car line nnd within
three mlnutea' wulk of Public Square. The
larger purt of thia tract la well ahnded. Lo
entlon moat dcairuble, the ndiotnlnR property
lielnK occupied by the Kev. W. !. I'. llrynn,
Capt. McLoud. M. J. Ik-urdvn, W. KltlKdcy
Pcnnimnn, Pouter Sondlcy. A.J. Knnkin and
ithcra of the le.t citiwiia of Anhcvillc.
THKMS BA8V One fourth ciiah, bnlnnce
in two nnd three yenra.
I'or further particulars nnply to
T. F. & ii:0. H. STARNES.
We are showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Smallwares &
Carpets, bought with
great care, marked int.
short and reasonable
The lino embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 9 Button Ave.
I. w. v. wn.La. AttTiii'M j. wiu.a.
AHIIUVILLH. N. C.
Oftlce llurnurd Huildlna;. P. . Ilok (1(14.
Pinna, gim-incnllona, lictaila, Ike., forevcry
clnaa of building at abort nutlce.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cnll and cc na. nprind.lm
Will Knecute In
Itucauallc or Oil
ni'.COH ATI VIC CORirOHITION
Adrireaaa Sit WOODWARD A VII., Detroit,
Mich., or IIOX a.'l, Aahevllle, N. C.
Ily a Kenllemiin, either In nrlvate houae or
iioarutiiH noupv. on.., p...,,.......n.
mayiioitat Cltli'cn Oflice.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY,
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
THitsnrcityoflnborersisso grcut in
ChnttnnooBn that on Sundny un-
uounccmcnti were mnde from the pul
pits of several colored churches ONkjnf;
men to report at certain places for work.
Tun McKinlcy toriff bill passed the
house Wednesday with no other amend
ments than those offered by McKinley
himself. Ben Butterwortb voted for it ;
but Coleman, of Louisiana, and Kcuther
stone of Arkansas, both republicans, did
Tim original package business hns
already begun In Maine, consequent on
the recent decision of the United KtHU
Supreme Court. A car arrived Wednes
day nt Lewiston containing fifty-six bnr
rcls and a large namber of sixteen gallon
kegs of beer, consigned to a local dealer,
who took them to his store without any
interference of the authorities. The deal
er says the New Hampshire brewery.
whence he obtained the beer, has agreed
to assume control of any legal tests.
Alliiiatok skin has become so fashion
able that the huge, unwieldy saurian
threatens to follow the buffalo and bc-
ome exterminated. Hut note on what
a slender thread hang everlasting things.
'Gators ent muskrats, and muskrnta eat
crops. II the alligator is exterminated
the muskrnt will multiply like the lack
abbit in Australia, ami eat the farmer
out of house and home. The police jury
of rin(ueminc, La., have therefore pro
hibited the killing of alligators in that
St. Pacl has gained a step or two on
tlicr cities in the matter of the census.
She has been lucky enough to have her
city directory publisher npiminted census
HUiervisor, and he has promised the St.
I'aiilites that he will give the city a pop
ulation of I'.'O.OOO or know the reason
why. Minneapolis menu while has raised
a private sum for her census supervisor,
in order to enable him to conduct the
count in a proper manner, bnch city
might take in the gravestones of old set
tlers to help out the count.
John A. Miikkis, the chief of the Louis
iana lottery ring, mentions lis one reason
why his itcrnicious charter should be ex
tended the fact that he has contributed
liberally to the supjiort of various
churches in New Orleans. If he did so it
was with a vie w to silencing their pulpits
ngninst his lottery iniquity. And if he
succeeded in doing this it only shows the
extent of the demoralization wrought by
this giant evil and furnishe another rea
son for its overthrow. It is bad iiiough
to subsidize the press and corrupt poli
tics. To bribe the churches is a lower
Many things in this life rciiiirc gnll
but there is something approaching the
sublime in the assurance of those rcMirt-
era who culled on Commander MeCnlln.
of the ship Hntcrprise, just after he had
licen suspended for three years from the
I'nitcd States navy for cruelty to siilmr-
dinatcs, to ask him how be felt! They
report that his "eyes were red and swol
len and his face was inexpressibly sail.
It is a terrible blow for a proud mail, but
Commander McCalla will now have three
years' leisure to reflect on how he in his
time has not only caused the eyes ol
helpless sailors to lie red and swollen.
but their feet as well, for one of the
things for which he is susiended milk
ing men "toe a scum" four consecutive
niuhts on theaunrtcr deck. This was an
original way of making them toe the
In 1H7A there came to Atlanta n young
mulatto shoemaker, John T. Scliell. ta
nnine, lie hud no capital nut ins traiie
as a shoemaker. He worked hard and
kept out of politics and to-day is iUoted
as worth $ia,00). lie says: "The peo
ple of the South arc the best friends the
negroes huve, or can have. They under
stand the negroes, naturally better than
any others. They do more for the negroes
than anybody else would. They have no
more use for a trifling negro than thrv
have for a trilling white man, but if a
colored fellow works faithfully and is
honest and truthful, he will find they re-
sm-ct him just as highly as they do any
body. And you will find, too, that the
negroes who have prerty, no matter
how little, are on the side of law and
order, and arc good citizens.
Th Clllaen Nupplcmcnl.
There will lie issued with to-morrow's
Citizkn a beautifully illustrated supple
ment contnining much matter of scciiil
interest to Asheville and vicinity as well I
a six-cnUunn article on " ld Time Hcnu
ties," "Iliiltinmrc Iteaulies," nnd "Belles
This Saturday supplement of the CiTr
r.KH hns become a lining lintiirc of the
piijicr and will lie continued.
The new assistant professor of UKricul
turc has arrived nt Kiileigh from the New
Vnrk Airr eu turn College nt ticncvn
nnd has assumed his duties at the col
The second day of Charlotte's big celc
brntion wns given lo u contest between
the firemen, lintrirs for one hundred nnd
fifty yards reel race Monroe, Durham,
(reeniborn. Raleigh, Clmrlottte. Prise
$100, won bv Monroe in :iH4 seconds.
Oral) race Same distune and entries,
won by Pioneers, Charlotte, in U'JMi sec
onds. Afternoon race of three hundred
yards for the chnnipionship of the slnte.
lvntries Raleigh, (ircenslMiro, Charlotte.
Time fl!l seconds; won by Greensboro.
1 wish to thnnk nil for the assistance
rendered me in my recent licrenvcmcnt,
and for their sympathy,
C. C. Canaiia, Buttrick St.
DAILY CITIZEN. at biltmukl. wuKinunuLmftuii.o, "JCtl
MAY 2j, 1890.
I'roKreHn of the Work on the Van.
The Vnndcrbilt house nt Biltmorc, ac
cording to the statement of a gentleman
who recently saw the plans in New York,
will be the finest one on, the continent.
Indeed it will be deserving of the term
palace rather than home, residence or
mansion. 'The entire cost of the whole
improvement will be about $0,000,000.
That that sum expended as it will be,
with judgment, taste nnd skill will pro
duce nn artistic nnd splendid whole that
will advertise Asheville and North Caro
linn the world over cannot lie doubted.
The railroad from Biltmore to the
house site lins been completed, with the
exception of several side tracks which
will be put down along the route. A
tram road three fourths of a mile long
will be built from the rock quarry to the
head of the railroad. A large plant for
the manufacture of brick and tile drain
is now being constructed nt Biltmore.
The brick will be used for the inside walls
of the house, which will lie of grnnite
nnd several millions will lie needed. The
brick machine has n capacity of 25,000
per day, and the tile machine has a ca
pacity for using the same amount of clay
required for that nuinlier of brick, Scv-
end miles of tile drain hnvc been used in
the construction of the road, nnd there
will be several miles more needed. A
tram road, with mules us the motive
power, will be built from the brick yard
to a point a mile down the river, where
the supply of clny for the brick nnd tile
will be obtained.
The improvements now being cur
ried on at Biltmore will continue indefi
nitely, and it is not known how soon the
house will lie commenced. Mr. under
bill, with his mother nnd n niimW ol
friends, went to the end of the new rail
road a few days ago. Mr. Vandcrbill
will probably spend several weeks there,
as he is now living nt the old J. B. Alex
ander house, five miles from this city. A
qunntitvnf marble was exhibited to Mr.
Vandcrbill Wednesday by n Knoxville
firm. It wns very remarkable. In it
were imbedded the fossilized remains ol
sea animnls. None of the marble was or
A corresixmdciit of the New York Sim
was ht Biltmore Wednesday with kodak
COL. W. E. ANDERSON.
HIM Sudden, Thoasrh Not I'nex-
peeled Death, at Ralelirh.
Col. Wm. H. Anderson, well nnd fnv
orably known the State over as president
of the Citizens' National bunk, of Ral
eigh, hns been in failing health for some
time. Recently he went to Philadelphia
to consult physicians, but they gave him
no hope. Wednesday he fell unconscious
in the bank and in four hours was dead
of heart disease. He was buried Thurs
day with Masonic honors.
Col. Wm. K. Anderson wns liorn in
llillsboro in 18:15. At the age of seven
teen he enme to Rnlcigh and became con
nected with the old State bank, nfl
wards the Bank of North Cnrolinn. He
was afterwards connected with the Jno,
G. Williams bunk, and when the Citizens'
bank was organized in IK'.IO, he wns
elected its president.
Col. Anderson hns held almost imiinn
ernhlc positions of trust nnd confidence
For some yenrs past he has been ;raud
treasurer of the grand lodge of Masons
in this State and commissioner of tin-
jinking fund of Kaleigh. He wns iilenti
lied with various charities; wns a vea
trymcn of Christ church nnd was a mem
ber of the standing committee of the Dio
Ilis life has been a noble one, says one
who knew him well; unpretending, uu
selfish, and quiet, but its every stngc
murked by some good deed. His comae
is one most worthy of emulation and
HOT SPRINGS NOTES.
What la) Hapnenlnir Down I tie
Road Iheae Ilava,
The Snrine Creek Rnilwny company
wns nrgnnized on Monday. Capital
umIi .r,(M).(MM). The purpose is to build
a rond sixteen miles long following tne
morse .if Soriiiu Creek, with n view to
developing nen iron ore oeos. in umc
f.inncclions Willi aavnnmui nre iookco
f,.e. Charter h-utsliition is lartuiinu.
Mnvor Beverly W. Hill and Tennessee
capitalists nre interested in this pro
Pulled Stntcs Senator Woleolt nnd
bride arc Sicndiiig their honeymoon nt
ih Mountain Park Hotel. Senator Wol-
eott is the youngest mini in the National
The first stone above (lie river surface
mi the ni d-atrrnm pier ol the county
bridge over the French Broad river, was
laid vcsteniav wuii appropriate services,
Mnvor Hill oflicintinif. Mr. John King
in chnrgc of the iron work of the bridge,
will soon negin pairing me girucrs. r.n
uiucer I. Hiirkiiis (inrlnnd is to be con
grntuluted on his cllicieul niniingeinent
ol the waoic worn.
An exciting base bull toiirnnnirnl Ir
tween clubs comMised of gnrsts at the
Mnmiiniii Pnrk Hotel, bell hovs nnd
waiters, for a large purse ol moncv to lie
devoted to charitable purKscs by the
winners, is in progress, tin I iicsiiny tne
guests wcrcoverwhcliiiing defeated by the
Ih'II hivs who nre Known ny inc kiu
nnnie of Wood I lees.
teal Knlatc Tranaferw.
J. II. Ilostic and wife lo 15. Will
Inch, nne hah interest in 4 acres
near Richmond Hill $1,500
I. II, Boslicnnd wile to H.I). Moll-
r. lot 75x1 10 in Shelby Pnrk,. 850
A. Welirrnnd wife toW. T. Wea
ver. 1 t-10 acres in Doubledny... 1,000
A. Welier and wife to W. T. Wen
inn foot lot on llnilcv
street ... 1.700
C. T. Rnwls to Thus. A.C.nllnglicr
n,l A.M. Burton, three lots in
Cliveden Dnrk 085
The DC enninl snow white Knglish spar
row hns boblicd up at Kciilsvillc.
Salisbury Baptists hnvc extended a cnll
to Kcv. W. B. Morton of Wcldon.
Wake couutv lias among its residents
one hundred alumni of the University.
Messrs. L'uinmiiiL'S anil Huffum huvecs-
lablished a lorgc lumber plant nt Dills-
Cuiiford College will indulge in a com
mencement extending from the 24-tll to
the IJHtli of this month.
Mr. H. II. Drnughon, of Dunn, snvs
that he went out nn a hawk hunt the
other dny nnd killed nineteen.
Mnrinn Askew, a nccro living about a
mile and a half from Windsor, received
her pension of $2,700 recently.
The annual meeting of the North Caro
lina Tobucco Association will 1 held ut
Morchencl Citv in August next.
Klnlmrnte iireiiaratious arc I icing made
for the meeting of the North Carolina
Teachers' Assembly ut Morcheud City.
Dr. CeorL'e (lillctt Thomns.of Wilming-
ton, will preside lit the meeting of the
Stnte Medical Society lit Oxford, Mny
Thehndvofll. C. Barklcv. who wns
Irowned in the Catawba river nt Rob
insons Perry I ucsiiay, tne mn insinni,
linn been loiind.
Tin. house roinmittce on public build
ings has agreed to report favorably on
the lull to uppropriuie .iu,oou wr
public building in Durham.
C.n.C. A. Battle. Mnvorof New Berne.
hns been ninininted one of the marshals
ut the unveiling of the I-ce monument at
ichmond on the 2'.Uh last.
IT.,,, I? A. White, collector of internal
revenue, reports to the Klizalicth City
Cnrolininii that there ure H.OOO dealers
in liquor and lolmcco in that district.
The commencement exercises of Pence
Institute at Kalcigli will lie held June Ut
and 2d, Kcv. Peyton II. Huge, of Wil
mington, N. C, prcueliiiig tne annual
The Temple, of Justice was represented
in the parade at .Charlotte Tuesday by
n hornet s nest live icci in uianicur. ii
was in a carl drawn by n donkey nnd
riven by a genuine Alricnn.
('..ivrrimr I'owle hns unpointed A. B.
Andrews nnd Thoinus It. Kcogh !lo Ik-
commissioners from North Carolina to
the World s Fair, lih.-is Larr ami (.. a.
Bingham nre named ns suiistituics.
I. F. Whitncr, one of the os:rnlors at
(he Horse Cove gold mines, thinks High
lands is the best gold section of the Blue
Kidgc mountains. The mines com
menced oK!rntions again this week.
w..v lir. Inseiih M. Atkinson and fiuni-
lv Imve left Raleigh, where they hud re
sided lor more inun miriy yem, u.
their home nt Wnrrenton. nr. aikiiisoii
nket charge nl the rresnylenan ennren
The recent reorganization of the Cnro
linn Clnv conipnny and the consequent
resunipt'ion of work nt the kaolin factory
nt llillsboro has given nn iniH.-tus to bus-
ncss there. The eonipany s plant is now
Mrs. f.ill. widow of Hie laic Ransom
till, who was so mysteriously murdered
n short time ngo in' Franklin county, hns
offered a reward ol two hundred iioiinrs
I'ortlicnpprehensioiiof thc wrsoii wno
committed the crime, nome new uevvr
upmcnts have been made in the case.
ihortnfr in tobneen plants will cause
liiite a fall off in ncreage. mnning the
ropniiien ociow m u.i,v,.
i,,i. To the ureal minor oi iiic vnriy
setters, the tobneco flea has completely
l...trovcil the it ants. Divinity knows
ur needs Is-'ltcr inan wc ix-xiugiun
Mr. t'hisholin was convicted nt thr
Siqirrior Court ol Ihiihiibiof alnlucting
her sister lor immoral purMiscs, and sen-
u-necd to twelve years imprisonment
She npiicnled, but the Supreme Court
now snvs she mustgoiotiK-iaTimcmii.iy
The white man for whom tlic girl wm
procured lied from the town.
bulletin of the department
,f nuricultiirc snvs: "lluncomlie the
m.,t nriiaorriiiis county in the Slnte;
formers iinnroviiig their fnrms lictter
than ever la-fore; general outlook good
prosvt tine lor large toimcco cmp; ico.
plc nil in fair condition, nnd working well;
in mil interest manifested in education;
stock doing nicely ; entile fine.
more he'll shlHlt Ills sister with Ilia
little wooilcngiin. will now npply toliltle
Willu Moure of Kciilsvillc ns well ns it
once did to a youthful liero cekbrnted in
verse bv Mnx Aillcr. I nhke tne lormern
.nimil nionkcv ilitrs not ligure in tins.
,t ,, dvnnniite eiirtridge did and served
the puriiose quite ns well. Nor is Willie
dead now. His bunds nre past redemp
tion. That nil.
ll.Tlirrt Weaver, colored, who was
bv luaticc Pcm to court on
a ImiiiiI of $2110, on failure of which he
a,,,, ar.lt til III . Illllll the IllonCV (mil ICII
for pnrts iiiiknowii lwfore Ihe court wns
oKiied. He was tried lor enticing linnds
nwnv who were under contrnct. It is
thitnunt mat Aic.-ciii. uu- v..,,k...vmi
. . .v :o . .. ..:....:...
ngent, paid the money for Weaver.
Scotland .mvk iiemocriii.
I.nat niL'ht It becnmc noised about
that mime ten or filtecn young men from
this ritv mid vicinity, hnd without no-
imw..,. iheir iinrriits. Irfl for parts un
i ... .i..rm. Kiit h nud (ials? Rovnll
arc two of the missing Ihivs reiiorted' to
us. It is thought that n mini irnm tne
State of Ceorgin iniliipcl the boys to go
South to work lor themselves. tmnis-
Home one who signs his name "Swin
dir." hns this "drive" in the Rnlrigli
t'hniiiielr: "A ninn of goodnddress who
rnu a.vnk I rrnrli. Irmnn. Piirtugiiese,
Itliluin, ripniusn or nnyoiiier innguuge
ezcept l-.nglisn ; we lire not cnoicr, ..in
none WHO SIKIIK '.llglisu ncvu npp.v. i
want n man who ciin fix some kind of
nnnie lo nil of our line ImiKirted dress
goods. We arc not going to hnve our
goods culled by these common American
names nnv more ; use cnsnmircs, in wns
For a venr Ibe Wctmore Shoeeompnny
hns riiiiilovrd city convicts, nt the iieni-
trnlinry nt kalcigli, in the nimttifncture
of shoes. Miw tne company susieniii
nivrntions nnd surrenders its convicts
Money hns lieen steadily lost by the use
of this Inluir. A numlwr of firm will
nt hnndle nen tcnlinry-mnde shoes, an
there wns a eonsiiiernnie ooyeott. ine
plnnl will be removed June 1st toOreens
bnro. The convicts will be put on rail
road work. All the shoes made by this
company were sold in other Hates.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College or Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 34 South Main St.
Taw art s ftswWIe.
r.r aia hj anasM. m J
crtjan ' '
55 ills It, Buffslo, N.V. tsf laumrtwitl Brid(,0iit
J. 8. GRANTS
If your prescriptions art prepared at
Grant'a Pharmacy you can positively de
lnd upon these tacts: First, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an expert.
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not Ite charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. Tbe night bell will
bt answered promptly. Grant's Pbar
macr, 2 South Alain street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at tbe lowest price quotr
ed by any other drug bouse in tbe 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 at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
tor. We hat the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at tbe lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
llomwopalhic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on band.
Use liuneomlie Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is lluncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRAST.Ph. C., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St.. Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
CIono buyoix will loae note
tho following ip-eut induce
nicntH thin week :
Muck Molmir ISrilliimtineH
nt .r0 anil 7re., formerly 75c.
and f 1.
IMnek THiiiiw KuitiiurH, GO
and Hoc, former price 75c.
and $ 1.
Illack tamers Hair and
Serge SuitinirH at 75c. and
1, formerly $1 and f 1.25.
lSIock ! pencil Henrietta,
0c. 75o. and fl, former
price !."(:., $1 and f 1.25.
Fancy Mohair Brilliant-
ineH, 50c. nnd 75c, former
price 75c and fl.
Colored Henrietta at 25c,
40c. 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
ChallicH at 5c, 8c, and 12c
nub DrcrM FabricH, Lawns
and Print at .'c and up.
i pencil una JJomctaic bat-
ineH at popular price.
Dre8H (linj?hani and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Outinjr UlothH, Table Lin
ens, white and coloicd.
Ulitte doods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Hani
burgs, Laws, Underwear,
(iloves nnd Mitt. Iarge
assortment and low prices.
l'arnsols and Sunshades,
tho most attractive in the
city. Prill lower than else
where. .lust received A now lot of
Black and ('ream Lnco Floun
cing and I)rniery Nets.
Something Now We sell
tho only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in the market
mndo by Smith & Angoll
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STKISBT,
OpfMMlte Bank af AskrrUls,