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Asheville Daily Citizen
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ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, MAY 26, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 37.
A place pLumm! and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
taate 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.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
FOR GBNTLBMKN JI ST IN HAND
SOME LATEST DESIGNS PRETTIEST
SHADES OF SILK.
NEW AND ALL GRADES.
FANS ! . FANS
USEFUL AND ORN AM ENTAL.
32 8. MAIN ST.. AH1IUVI1.I.U,
-1 tiik r-LACK run
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
w.. n owyh. W. W. wm.
GVYN & WEST,
(aucceaaor. to Walter B.Owrn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Mecurelr Placed at 8
Nutar Public. Commlaalonera olDeeda.
oyslCK-otitnemt court Htre
Real Estate Brokers,
And investment Agent.
Loam e .rly placed at 8 per emt.
Office.: HO Patton An.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
PIKB INMIRANCB PLACKU IN TWBNTY
OPTHKIIIIHT COM I'ANIUo IN
AOBNTiOP THBTHAVBLBRM' L1PBANII
AUCIDBNT INItllHANCK CO., OP
STAT 13 AOBNTS) POH TIIBIIBTKOITPIRII
AND BURGLAR PROOP BAPB CO.
Rooms) 9 Aio, McAfee Block
IF THERE IS ANY
O W E R
A LU ES,
O R A N Y
E N E F I T
A R G A I N S,
B 17 V YOUR
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court Home Square.
"GET RID OF THE FLIES."
Every housekeeper in Ashe
ville has the worry of Flies.
ly Paper is sticky and only
a little less bother than the
'lies. We sell the HarjMjr
-,ly Trap, the best made at
only 18 cents each (sold in
other Stores at 25 cts.) they
.re handy, easily cleaned,
never wear out and get there
in ridding the house of Flies.
One or two in each room will
soon abate the nuisance. Our
ce cream freezers, nnm-
moeks and Croquet Sets are
seasonable and are priced us
ow as the same goods can
jo bought in any city on the
ontinent. We are selling
Lace Curtains, and goods for
mlf curtains, (of which we
luve some lovely patterns)
at prices that always please.
Our second supply of Brass
Curtain Hods is expected
daily, the other lot was
a ired at exactly one half
tor foot as the same goods
were quoted at elsewhere, but
that is the way our prices
run, sometimes one nan, or
, V 10
two thirds, always lower
and we keep
The biggest lino of
(Formerly of Lyman & Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage BualueM
Loan, securely placed at 8 per cent.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 nillc. South of Aahevllle, on A. 8. R. K
Per Month 40 00
Per Week 12 00
Per Day "
Dinner and Tea Partlei on oneday'snotlce,
Tho. A. Morrla, Prop.,
apriodtf , Ardea, H. C.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money ro
unded. My goods are pure
and fraih and my prices as
ow 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, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
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 at
short and reasonable
The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 9 Patton Ave.
,. W. U. WILL..
A8HBVILLB, N. C.
Ohlce Barnard Building. P. O. Bui 66.
Plan., Bperincatlona, Detail.. &c, forercry
claM or building at ahort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Coll and are ua. aiM6d3m
F. A. GRACE.
Will Rxccnta In
Encaustic or OH
Addmaa 3(1 WOODWARD AVB., Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 83, Asheville. N. C.
And SweedUh Movement),
Al.o Infraction la Thyalcal Culture for
Indlea and children In clamea or private, by
Mlea Mable, of New Vork.at MIHHION H08-
PITAL. !( a. m. Mlp.m. Call, or In
quliira by mall anawered promptly.
J. R. HAHIi. T. C. Ilnre. P. K. II ARB,
TO THE PUBLIC.
The underalgned have bought out the atock
of ataple and fancy groceries lelonglng to O
L. McDonald, 17 Mouth Main atrrci.ana win
carry on the same liunlncaa at that alnnd,
The preeent atoch will lie Increnaed and a full
line of IVv.h aroccrlca carried at nil llmra. W
ahall endeavor by fair drilling and
good, to retain the patronage Mr. Mellon.
uld haa had and aiillclt order, fruin
h.. AirnUhnl or iinnirnl.heil, llu
atcil on Urnrden avrnur. Pnr further Itifnr
matlon apply to Pruf. 8. r. Venable or II,
HAVK fllty men mnklng 810
... mot. r,n linrtniini. new tmtrtit : no
canv.Mlng or experience ncceaaary to jell It,
will give .ularv when I know you. Adnreaa
immediately, Wlnneld H. Moody. P. O. Boa
4911. New orients, La
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Katb Kanb, Eq.. ia the Intcst woman
admitted to practice before the United
State. Bupreme court. She hail, from
Chicago, and haa winning wnya.
Tiibrb waa a ahower of anta in
Derby, Conn., the other day, and they
were thicket around the poatoflicc. This
look, aa though they were not adminis
The American hog got hia protection
inserted in the tariff bill by an amend
ment to the bristle, clause moved by Mr.
McKintey himself, and it ia supposed
that the hog vote ia now secure.
Tub United Statea supreme court is
turning out a great many highly im
portant decisions nowadays. Its latest
one, giving the coup de grace to Mor-
monism, ia almost aa thrilling aa that
concerning the original pnckngc.J
Great sympathy ia expressed for
Kemmler by aome people because his exe
cution ia delayed so long, thus keeping
him in suspense. There ia quite a point
here. Yet we fancy poor Mrs. Kemmler
wouldn't have minded if her execution
bad been postponed just n. long. Hut
ilie waa obliged to take her capital pun
ishment very promptly.
At last a woman haa been found who
willing to try the dress reform achemr
and piny it to the limit. She ia a Vir
ginia girl who used the bifurcated gar
ment and rode mun-fnshion through the
street, of New York. Comfortably and
modestly she rode along, and created as
much of a sensation aa Buffalo Bill
would have done, and without half the
exertion in mnnnging her make-up.
Tub latest sccits of maniac abroad is
reported from Washington in the person
ofadudish nnd hnndsome young man.
whose mania is for kissing females who
are found abroad after dark without
It is curious that in none of the ovu
latory assaults of this swect-scen ted in-
ividunl are the girls reported to have
made any serious resistance further than
to give the alarm after the fellow was
well out of the wny in search of other
prey. The weapon of defence in such at
tacks is always on the siot, and it would
teem to be no great feat to scream for
Even muscular spinsters seem to have
remained quiescent while the sacrilege
waa repeated several times, and were
even then too overcome to breathe more
than a faint alarm.
SENATOR JONES LAI 1ST STAGE.
Kx-Senn tor Jones, of Florida, is in nn
insane asylum at Inst. His hallucination
is one of the most singular on record.
It seems to have been led up to by a ier-
sevcring enterprise on his port to mnrry
an heiress, and to have been continued
from a feeling of mortification alxut re
turning to hia assoriatea in the Senate a
discomfitted mun, until at last it resulted
in genuine insanity. Senator Jones wnk
not originally a man of eccentric habits.
He was a hurd-hended, impulsive law
yer, having a sanguine temicrnmcnt.
and well bent uiwn gaining his ends.
But hi mind was clear, and he discussed
questions without imaginative disquisi
tions or looseness of attitude on any
points. Good judges at one time culled
him the best constitutional lawyer on
the democratic side of tbe senate.
HALF A CENTURY BEHIND.
It is at least fifty years too late to (lis
pute the proHisition that ncwaMiper ad
vertising pays. The reverse may have
been true when Rip Vun Winkle went to
sleep, but Kip has waked up, and even
Schneider" can bark out the truth to
him. Not only does newapniier adver
tising pnv, but it nays well, and on the
whole better thnn it ever did before.
A few years ago newspniiers were not
what they are now. They were fewer in
number, and in all that characterize
good newspaper management they were
inferior to the newspniiers of the present
day. Remembering that our allusion is
chiefly to the pncrs of tbe smaller citicr
nnd country towns, no one who is famp
inr with the facta of twenty-five year
ago will diapulc with us when we any
thnt, wonderful na has been much of the
progress of the Inst two or three tlcciidrs,
tbe advance in roqievt to ourncwiqmier
haa not been aiiriiasscd in any other di
In the dnysof the past advertising paid
Conspicuous Incidents of men who grew
rich by early perception of the advantages
of newspaper advertising readily come
to mind, while the truth that thousands
of persons who achieved no personal ce.
Icbrity made handsome profits by the
enmr menna can be easily shown.
In this day the newspniiers hnve mud
to commend them which they did not
then possess. They lire lietter printed
for one thing ; tlwy are more pnierous
and have heller commercial standing
for another. The piiiera of the class spe
cially referred to hnve at their command
a reading matter service which puts them
fully on a level, as to matter, with the
most prosperous metropolitan dnlly.
Anil so an nil vert iser, when presenting
his announcement for insertion, may feel
confident that his advertisement will lie
printed in good company, and since these
arc also the times of perfected printing
machinery, In good, legible form also.
Therefore since newspaper advertising
has always paid, even In the dny when
newspniiers were, by comparison, poorly
printed and only moderately edited, the
business mun is standing in hia own light
and casting the blackest kind of shad
ow if be ia not a student and a liberal
user of newspaper advertising.
SOME FANCY FIGURES FOR
ASHEVILLE DIRT A VERY GOOD
The Htarnes) Hale of Lots) Well At
tendedA I.lMt of Lots) and
T. P. and G. H. Stnrncs sold four acres
of land divided into residence lots on
North Main street to-duy. The sale was
well attended, dot withstanding the rain,
and the bidding was well kept up. Davis
Carter were the nuctioncerB. The
land ia divided ua follows: Kumlicrs 1,
3, 4, S and G front on North Main
street, 7, 8, 10, 20 nnd 21 on Stnrncs
street, 0, 10, 11, 12, 13, U, 15, 10, 17
and 18 on a new street leading lrom
Stnrnes to Cherry. The prices nnd pur
chasers were as folio ws :
No. 1, (corner lot) 05x120, Jesse K.
Stnrnes, $1,370; 2, 05x120, K. W. Hurk-
holder,$l,2G0; 3, 05x121, Frank Lough-
ran, $1,000; 4, (4!4xl21, prank Lough
ran, $1,075; 5, 04x122, Chambers &
Weaver, $1,020; 0, (corner lot) 04x122,
C. Stnrncs, $1,150; 7, 00x120, T. C.
Stnrnes, $020; 8, (corner lot) 00x120,
T. C. Stnrnes, $075; , 40x120, Frank
Loughrnn, $505; 10, 40x120, E. W.
Burkboldcr, $000; 11, (with IIo-vill
house) 75x120, T. J. Hnrgnn, $2,010;
2, 00x120, Jesse K. Stnrnes, $050; 13,
corner lot) 00x120, Jesse R. Sturncs,
$1,310; 14, (corner lot) 05x105,0. W.
Cannon, $1,410; 15. 00x105. W. T.
Reynolds. $1,055; 10, 55x108, W. T.
Reynolds, $050; 17, 50x118, Mr. (".en
try, $400; 18. 54x118, J. K. Kicli, Ji5.su;
19, (corner lot) 59x120, M. E. Roberts,
$1,275; 20, 00x123, T. J. Ilurgun,
$1,200 ; 21, 60x200, I". 1. Claxton,
Thirteen acres, of which this property
a part, was bought less than three
years ago for $17,000, and the total ol
to-day's sale wus $22,825.
HOW TO M AKE ASHEVILLE GROW.
LeI Large Holders) of Keal ICHtate
Turn Loom: Their Holdliiicn.
The half is sometimes greater than the
The Tcarson auction to take place the
first week in June is obliged to result in
great benefit to tbe city.
When a large block of vacant land is
sub-divided and sold to different parties,
a diversity of interest is created which
necessarily results in healthy growth
and activity. If otliera will follow tbe
example capital will pour in, new blood
will be inlused, new interests will be re
quired, new enterprises started nnd our
population will reach 25,000 within the
next three years. Keep the ball rolling.
Mo Uoxlt.K There.
IMitor Citizen : In the Saturday issue
of TllK Citizkk it wus reported that ut
the trial of the men who were arrested
for narticiDntinu in a soarring match the
statement was made that such contests
were common in the Y. Al. I. A. rooms
of this city. This statement is entirely
without foundation in met. no aparriiiu
ontest has ever been held ut tlic..M.
A. rooms, nnd iMixmg is not iermittc(l
the iFvmniisium. Without entering
into the discussion of tile merits of box
ing as a sport, 1 wish to state thai it hits
seemed mexieuicni to nave spurring m
iroiltircH iii connection with V. M. C. A.
work. 1 am not aware Unit iioxmg is
pci minted in any of the scverul numbed
gymnasiums ol tins country and am cer
ium that tins icaiure is exeiuiH ii imm
the Association gymnasiums ol the lean
ing cities. H. 1'. A.ukkw;n,
uenerui ocvrvuii v.
Uround Broken al Kimball.
r iiittikoooa. Trnn.. Mnv 24. 1S0O
Ground was broken to-duy at Kimball,
the new tuwn in Marion county, on the
bunks of the Tennessee. Not withstand
in,, the fact that the starting of new
towns in the South is now ol frequent
occurrence, yet the unusual importance
ol this occasion induced Governor Tay
lor, the State (Ifliciuls ol lenuessee, nun
many ilistinguisul citizens of this and
other Stnlcs to assemble in us minor.
Major Thomas, president ol tne .visii'
villc, Chattanooga and hi. Louis R. K
hrouoht in his orivale car a linrty com
.,,., I of some ol tne unrest nnugniers oi
r,, ,.. one of whom drew the Hag to
the top of the stnlcly lilwrty pole thnt
hml liecn piantcn on tne aiimiuu o. n
symmetrical Indian mound which is one
..i i lu-iiitcreatini! features of this lovely
locality. Prof, lidwnrd Hull, Director of
the lleohnr eal Survey ol Ireland, threw
i he hrsl .iinileltil of earth, and Prof. J
M. Sallord, Stule Geologist of Tennessee
Addresses were madcbv Governor Tay
Inr nnd othrrdistinuuiscd men. The cen
tral event of the day was the brief iniiu
address of lion. 11. I. Kimball
i-liief Incentive Mannger of this enter
prise. In hiscpigrnmatic style heshowed
that this event wus the Key to unlock
tlie immense treiiaurcrs of the whole 8c
quntchec Vullcy, and he portrayed in
glowing terms the vast industrial devel
opment that would result in the estab
lishment Ol n iiiniiiiiiicmriuK eviniv ut
this point that would rival the most
noted places ol the kind in Great Hi ilain
and Germiinv. ,
It is well known In this hccIioii that
Mr. Kimlinll invariably accomplishes fur
more than he promises; therefore his
bricl ndiltvHS has had a most magical
elicit, and it is the universal opinion here
that the christening sale of city lots nl
Kimliull.Junc loth and Uth, will lie Til
all respects, the most successful of any
yet held, nnd thnt the purchasers will
chiefly Iw genuine settlers who have ab
solute Ihitli in the cinci prise.
A large portion of the excavating for
the government building has liecn done,
and a layer of concrete, from sixteen to
twenty inches deep will be put down, aa
tha first pint of the foundation, next
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
I. G. Powell hns been commissioned
first lieutenant of compuny A, First Reg
The State Firemen's Association has
decided to hold its next annual meeting
At Benson, lohnson county, a two
headed child was born. It is doing well.
Its parents are white people.
Charlotte's celebration of the Meck
lenburg Declaration of lndeiendcncc was
a credit to the citv nnd to the State. Ex
cellent order prevailed throughout.
The democratic executive committee of
the Fifth judiciul district will meet nt
Durham I une 0. to call a convention, me
committee of the Third district meet at
Rockingham June 3.
We hnve a bunch of rye that was
brought to our insiiection by Jessie Love,
colored. The rye was grown on Mrs.
Dr. Love's nlnce and measures 7 feet 8
inches. Way nesville Courier.
Professor Alexander Graham, superin
tendent of the graded school, hns been ap
pointed by Mr. Finger, superintendent of
public instruction, to hold county insti
tutes this summer, in eight counties from
Asheville to Cherokee.
In the steamer contest nt Charlotte
the fifty dollar prize was won by the At
lantic, of New Berne, over the Acmes ol
Monroe. The New Berne engine threw
water liftv feet in three minutes and forty
and two-third seconds ufter the smoke
apiicarcd lrom the smokestack.
Rev. Dr. Charles P. Deems, pastor of
the church of the Strangers, New York,
has written a letter urging thnt Dr. T. B.
Kingsbury, editor of the Wilmington
Messenger, lie elected to succeed the la
mented Rev. Dr. A. W. Mnngum nsnpro-
ssor at the State University.
The Soul hern Farmer publishes a com
munication advocating T. B. Kingsburv,
IX. D., the accomplished editor of the
Wilmington Messenger, ns the successor
to the lamented Dr. Mnngum. nnd edi
torially endorses Dr. Kingsbury. 1 lie
trustees will probably not elect before
Col. W. II. Cnnndv. sergeant nt nrms
f the t'nited States senate, has tendered
is rcsiiMintion, to take effect July 1. Mr.
Cauady resigns for the purpose of en
gaging in uivate business. Col.Conndy
is an ex-Conlederate officer from North
Carolina, and bus been sergeant nt nrms
of the senate for about ten yean.
At Weldon at a recent lecture, nn old
negro is reported ns saying: "When 1
see o man going home with a gallon of
whiskey nnd half a tmund ol meut, flat s
trmocrniice lecture enough for me and 1
sees it every day. I knowthnteverything
his home is on the same scale gallon
f misery to bulf pound of comfort."
Mr. George W. Right desires us to cor
rect the unfounded nnd highly prcjudi-
ial retHirt that he is using one lienrse lor
the two rnees alike. His undertaking es
tablishment isequipjied with two hearses,
one lor nis patrons in one partition nu
the other lor the colored eoile, cither
lieini? nlwnvs strictly confined to its
proier use. -Salisbury Watchman.
with the girls to-dav, attending n picnic,
we aminos.-. He left us rather short
hnnded two of our winters being ab
sentso our readers will please excuse all
short-comings of to-day's issue. Nor
hould the editorrin-chief be held respon
sible for its contents. Retdsville Review
The Concord Standard says: "Speak
ing of the phenomenon thnt recently oc-
urren m imviason couiuy, a marc giving
birth to twins n horse and a mule Mr.
J. A. Riley, 'f bdinunston, who called on
us to-c iiv. tens in a simiiiir .m-urmiH.- ...
I MM. The mare was owned liy Mr. Mc-
Citnly, who lived near Moorcsvillc. The
. . ' ' n ; .t
iUCl IB Will iiiitut i,.iv.v..
The nianiiiioth saw nnd planing mills
r.Mr. W.J. McDiarmid of Spout Sprin
was destroyed by lire, together with a
large quantity oi lumlwr, eight flat enrs.
ii- eniniliiiL' a loss ol several thousand
dollars, which was only insured fornbout
.nt or seven thousand dollars. The plant
wus one of the most valunlilc and exten
sive in the Slate. It will lie rcuuilt.
In Halifax county some months ago.
snvs the Grcenslioro Workman, a public
nuvtinu wiik he Id lor the mn pose ol mc
niorinliziuu- the Governor for State aid
in eotiseiiiience of the failure of the crops.
tin that dnvn bar keener near the place
of the meeting toon in anw ior wnissey
sold to the crooners. Any comment on
the aliove would mar its ncuuty sen
M. O. Shcrrill writes of his success in
canvassing for money for n Confederate
soldier s home: 'l visited oneoi tne live
liest money-making towns in North Car
olina, where I expected to do the most
nl i-iilled on the lending business men
but failed to get a single suiiscniier. 1 ney
were so busy making money tney nnrtiiv
liml time to civc inc audience, and al-
tlioiiL'h tbcv said they 'would help nt
some time, they could not go down
The Chownn Baptist Association
u,lii,.h has I K-en in session at Raleigh, ad
after deciding to withdraw fcl.
w i it from Kiv. I nomas it. v . unoo,
who lor years has liecn one of the most
prominent preachers oi Hint denomina
tion in the northeastern part of the State,
nnd ii m that he was unlit to nrracn
Sonic vcrv serious charges were made
nuninst him. among them being drunken'
ncss, lying, cmliezzlement, and extreme
Lnst summer n party of North Carolina
school nuirnis on a trip to l-:tiroc threw
ovcrlmnrd a Imtilc coiilainingtneioiiow
ing: "We arc n jollysctol North Carolina
girls, oil' on n summer trip. A happier
set than nn this bent bus never been
found. We have had n gny time so for
and expect to keep it up. We all arc in
the 'Angel's Retreat.' We hnve a chain
in connection with our retreat." A
mpicst wns made thnt the finder
communicate with nil of the Indies. The
bottle wns recently picked
A Washington correspondent writes:
"Senator Vnnre hns a tnsk In-fore him
which is a mos( difficult one, lint he is
,lll. 1,1 IV rl'orin it. The deulh of Sena'
tor ltcck leaves him without a rival on
the floor of the senate as a tariff exiiert
With a little assistance from Senator
lleck Inst vear he prepared the tariff re
port for the minority. I ins year lie win
wive to do it alone. He can do it.
Moreover, he can make the most enter
taining tnrilTsiieech of any mnn in this
He hns the facts nnd figures nt
his lingers' ends, and will handle the
mutter in his most masterly manner, lie
is a host within himself, and a credit to
his Stale. I hope he will tic re-elected by
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary. South Main St.
They sr. s SpwHIe.
CotuJ.I.. a. rl.a. an
I.M.r.wwU. Tht M
r Mb kf Snflka ftr ar
ii Kiln St. Buffalo. N.V. and lataratfonil BUr,0ni
voa UU BT
J. S. GRANT..
If your prescriptions are prepared at
Grant's 1'harmacjr you can positirefy de
pend upon these facta: First, that only tbe
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not be 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 deliveted free ol charge to
any part of tie city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed by any other drug house in tbe tity.
We are determined to sell as low aa the
lowest, even if we hare to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at Brut cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have tbe largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on band.
Use Buncombe Liver Pills, tbe best in
the world for liver complaints, Indiges
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will tnkenoothcr.
J. S. CHANT, Pb. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyers will please note
the following great induce
ments this week :
Bin ok Mohair Brilliantines
at "0 and 75c, formerly 75c.
Black Tamise Suitincm, GO
and 85c, former price 75c.
Black tiimel s Hair and
Serge Suitings nt 75e. and
if 1, formerly $1 and if 1.25.
Black rrencli Henriettas,
50c, 75c. and fl, former
price G5c, $1 and f 1.25.
rnncy JUonnir isruliant-
inos, iiuc. aim (oc, lorincr
price 75c. and $1.
toloreu lleiiriettawat Joe,
40c, 50c and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c, 8c, and 12c
Waah Dress Fabrics, Lawns
and Prints at Slc and up.
French and Domestic Sat-
ines at lmpulnr prices.
Dress (iinghnms nnd Seer-
suckers, large variety.
Outing Cloths, Table
ens, white and colored.
White Goods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Ham
burgs, Laces, Underwear,
Cloves and Mitts. Large
assortment nnd low prices.
l'arasois and hunsnades,
tho most attractive in the
city. Trices lower than else
whore. .lust received A new lot of
Black and Cream Lace Floun
cing nnd Drapery Nets.
Something iew We sell
tho only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in the market
made by .Smith & Angell
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 fTHET,
Oppoalt. Bank of AslurrUla.
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, as Pattoa Aw., AaherUk, N. C.
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