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VOLUME VI.NO. 38.
A place pitnitiud and devel
oping oh a,
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NOBTn CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of .'$,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roadn and extensive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for
prolitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Uuvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
FOR GENTLEMEN JIST IS IIANIK
SOME LATHST DESIGNS 1'KHTTIliST
SHADES OF SILK.
NliW AND ALL GRADES.
FANS ! FANS !
USEFUL AND OKXAM liSTAL.
ilil B. MAIN T., AMIIKVILI.U,
in Tim ri.ncii so
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
n. owyk. w. W. WKST.
GWYN & WEST,
(HuccvMora to Walter B.Owjm)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Loans Securely Placed at
CotnmlMloncra ul IM-eoY
Real Estate llrokcrw,
And IiivcMtiiiciit Agent.
l.onn. mc urely placed (t " per cent.
OIHcrsi 3 n I'alton Art "econd floor.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
I'IKK INHUHANCK I'LACItll IN TWItNTV
OPTIIK HltKT CIIMI'ANIIM IN
Til li WOHLII.
AOI1NTH (,H TUB TBAVBI.UKH'LH'II AN
ACCIIIKNT 1NMUHANCH CO., Ol'
UTATII AOItNTII FOH THHUHTHIIIT I'lK
AND UIIHOLAR I'HOOI' AI'I( CO.
KoouiM 9 A 10, McAfee Block
U Pattoa Art,, Atherillt, N. C.
J-stitS, Off itwfcfc ott .ft iHvl oflftil
IF THERE IS ANY
0 W E R
I R T U E
A L U E S,
O R A N Y
E N li
A R G
F I T
BUY Y O V R
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER.
North Side Court Houk Square.
"GET RID OF THE FLIES."
Every housekeejicriii Ashe
ville luis the worry of Flies.
(,ly Paper is sticky and only
a little less bother than the
lies. We sell the Harper
'ly Trap, the best made at
only IN cents each (sold in
other Stores at 25 i ts.) they
are handy, easily cleaned,
never wear out and get lucre
in ridding the house of Flies.
One or t wo in each room will
soon aba te t he nuisance. Our
ce i ;ream i rcczcrs, Ham
mocks and Croquet Sets are
seasonable and are priced as
ow as me same goous can
n bought in any city on the
ontinent. We are selling
jiice Curtains, and goods for
mlf curtains, (of which we
iave some loveiy pawrns;
1 f. i A . V
at prices that always please.
Our second supply of Brass
'urtaui Hods is expected
laily, the other lot was
riced at exactly one half
M'rfoot as the same goods
were quoted 01 cisewnero, um
i 1 .... I
that is the way our prices
run, sometimes one half, or
two thirds, always lower
than anybody else in all
lines and we keep every
thimr. The biggest line of
----- r ' '
Uibbons in town. Every
. W. U. WILLS. aUTIII'l J, WH.ua,
Olttee llnrnard llullillnir. P. O. Hot BB.
I'lnn., Kpci-lncnllona, Detail.. Mc, furerrrj
elaa. of building at short nolle.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
F. A. GRACE.
Will KMCCUlt) I.I
nncauntlc or Oil
Itl'.COM ATIVK C01II1MM1TIN(
KenllMtlci'loral, HnlHiic i
Aililresss ad WOODWARD AV tlctrolt,
Mich., or l)OX 114.1, A.licrlllt, N. c.
S.SV'4. Ji;-tr.j. I., -J -'Jm-o -. s
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. G.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, Btriving at all times to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods tuat are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Kverything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
low 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
ers. We are showing an
unusually largo and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Smalhvnres &
Carjiets, 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 ration Ave.
3 O'CLOCK SATURDAY, MAY 31ST,
ON THIS PREMISES
Twrnl, roldmee lot. near the atreet car
line, in Went Knd, City of A.herlllc, on liny.
wood .Irert, overlooking the I'rench llrond
Rlrcr, near Ire factory.
Terms of Sale.
Silo ca.h, tialanrr in Instalment, of Irn
(flu) dollar, per month.
Al.o one hciune and lot in .am plat
TKRMa One fourth ch, balance In one
and two year., with Intercut.
ALSO SIX (6) VERY VALUABLE
Near Cotton Mill, lev I'actorv and I'lour
Mill. TURMH One third ea.h, balance In
one and two Tears, with Interest at elKht
All the almve viiluiihle finiierty will lie
Mild at S o'clock Haturdny, May 3 Int. on the
Take I'atton Arenuc atreet car line and
It .hall not coat roil anything to come,
I'or further Information apply to
C T. KAWl.a,
C. . COOI'IIR,
C, I). P.LAPTON
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Ghohcr M. Pullman is reported to lie
a very generous man. He m sum to give
nwnv $20,000 every yenr. He doesn't
Hive any of it to the porters of hia gcci-
ing-enrsor they wouliln t U' so hnndy
with their whisk-broom nt the end of n
Emrkzzlkks should rcmemlwr when
they run away that Canada is no longer
a reluge. An Ohio public official took
the old trail with a paltry thousand dol
lars the other day, and already under the
new extradition treaty he is to be haled
Richard Vai'X, who succeeds to Sam
uel J. Randall's seat in congress, seats all
his letters in the old way, with wax, us
ing a seal ring, which he wears on a fore
finger, lie would find a great deal of
nourishment in the gummed enveloic if
he would only give it a fair trial.
Kkmmi.kk's Inst chance for life has
liccn taken away by the United States
supreme court's decision that electrocu
tion is not n "cruel and unusual punish
ment" within the meaning of the consti
tution. This is the fourth or fifth "posi.
lively Inst chance" he has had.
Tint late Judge Drumnmnd,ol Chicago,
was the first judge to rule that railway
employes hnd a first lien on the property
for their wages, a decision that lias liccn
indorsed by the United States supreme
court, and hqs since found its way into
the States, applying to all industries.
Tmk Mormons are said to be making
many converts among the natives ol
New Zealand. The Mnories of New
Zealand are fine men mentally and phys
ically, are acquiring education, proicrty
and political weight, and Mormon pros.
clytism among tliein wilt doubtless prove
a serious thing for the white colonists.
Tiik need of an ocean patrol to clear
the seas of deserted cralts is weekly
brought to mind in the bulletin issued by
the Ilydrogrnphic Office. Often there
ccm to lie criminal negligence on the
part of the masters of derelicts in not at
tempting to destroy their ships when
they find it necessary to take to the
Mrs. Hkttv Grken, the ccccntricowncr
if several millions, who oilers to pay for
ii site for the World's Fair free if the
commissioners will merely pay the taxes
while the fair ' on Oic gromwN, an c
nmple of the sort of prodigal individual
liberality which is sure to come to the fn ml
in Chicago, no matter how much the
politicians try to tie the fair up into
Mr. IIarni-m and Col. Cody an smart,
but the Mussulman picks up their tricks
mighty quick. A "Wild East" has la-en
brought to London, for an attempt sim
ilar to that of Buffalo Hill. Highly Arabs
and a few negroes, including women nnd
ehililn.it, horses, camels, asses, dogs,
tents in fact the Oriental outfit com
plete have come over to exhibit thr
lifc and to execute the fantasias of the
Evkry State and citv in the union i
exievted to hear good news from the
census taker. Texas, for example, ex-
KCts to show a population oI'.'I.ihhi.iiimi,
which will be a raise ol O.i tier cent, over
the figures of 1HH0. Apropos, it is inter
esting to observe that a bill has been in
troduced in congress making it an offence
liable to a $5,000 fine and imprisonment
for two years for any private individual
to pay a census taker for booming ligurcs.
Ukknt Ai.tsiiklrr is a plucky Uen
luckian of 22 who proKises to see Ku-
roe on foot. He lunded in Antwerp u
lew davs ago, and immediately started
on n X'dcstriun tour that will take him
through Germany, France, Spain, Italy
nnd Turkey. lie expects to get back to
Louisville in the fall ol WX. Altshclcr
resigned hia place on the stalf of the
Louisville Evening Times to go. If he
was as shrewd asCitucn Train he would
get part of his expenses out of advertis
ing the blue grass whiskey. Such a de
tcrmined chap ought to make a gooi
A CKRTii'ino copy of the will of Jcfler
son Davis has Urn filed with the probate
clerk of New York city on larhatf of the
testator's executors who are his friend
Jacob U. l'nync of New Orleans, nnd his
son-in-law, I. Adilison Hayes, jr., of Lol
orndo Springs, Col. Thcydesireouxilinrv
letters testamentary on account of a
claim held by Jefferson Davis against I),
Applctou Kt Co., the publishers. This
claim is the only property Monging to
the estate in New York state, nnd con
sists of n copyright on Jefferson Dnvis
"Memoirs nnd Reminiscences" which Ap-
pleton & Co. have published.
Sknatoh Doi.pii has introduced in the
f.irm of n bill the regulations adopted by
the recent International Maritime Con
fcirnee for preventing collision at sea
lie also introduced a bill making It the
duty of the master of each vessel, in case
of collision at sea, to stay by the other
vessel and, so far as can be done without
serious danger to his own vessel, crew
nnd passengers, to render assistance to
the other vessel. Violation of this re
quirement Is made punishable by line and
A Mure Invenlincnt.
The vnlunhle proterty known ns"Cnlh
die Hill" offered for sale Thursday, May
21), is most desirable cither for a home or
as nn investment. Be sure to attend the
tale in person, There is money in It for
THE SOUTHERN SESSION.
THE INTERSTATE SUMMER
SCHOOL TO MEET HERE.
PROMINENT EDUCATORS FOR IN'
A ConiliiK convention Wl.lcli Will
be of InlereHt not Only to Al.e
vllle, Hut to the ttoutlu
The southern session of the Interstate
summer school will lie held in Asheville
from (uly 28 to August 8. There will Ik-
seven of these schools held in the Cuitcd
States, in Udiuboro, Pa.; Columbus, (.;
'ottsvillc, I'n.j Jefferson, O.i Grand Rap
ids, Mich.; Detroit, Midi., and Asheville.
The object of the school is to give teach
ers a chance, with little cxiiense, toknow
how other teachers are working, and
thereby gain much valuable knowledge
themselves. I'rf. Chixlou, siiieriuteud-
ent of the Asheville graded schools, has
Imrgc ol the orgauintiou ol the school
to lie held here, and is working hard in
There is a regularly employed faculty
of five, that attends each school, and
gives lectures on their respective branches.
They will each Sieak twice a day. The
names of these instructors, with their
branches of study are as follows: Dr.
Tims. M. Ilallict, Springfield, Mass., I'sy-
hology and Science of Teaching; Miss
Mary A. Spenr, West Chester, lu., 1'ri-
mnry Methods; W. W. Sicer, suicrin
tendent of schools Oakland, Chicago, 111.,
Numbers nnd Arithmetic; I. I. Hall, su
lierinlcndcnt of schools, U-oniinster,
Mass., Language, Reading and Writing;
Alex U. Frye, Hyde Dark, Mass., Geog
raphy. These instructors haveprepn red lectures
on these subjects, with great care, and
ill have excellent reputations as instruc
tors. They will visit cacli scliooi.
Ilcsides these, there is a faculty of six
nvial teachers, one of whom will be at
ach place during theentirescssion. They
will present subjects csiecinlly oilai
led to each locality. SiiiK-rintcndcnt
f schools, li. C. Ilr.iusoii, Athens, tin., is
the one appointed to be here, and will
diver ten lectures on "Discipline and
The organization of the work is niluiir-
ble. Each instructor has prepared Ins
coiirspol'lc.'tures and uuliriittcd ripics
c.-ichof his fellow instructors, thus
avoiding the danger of the same ground
being gone over by two. This plan is of
great advantage as it helps the instruct
ors to shape their lectures so us to uui
only avoid rcictition, but also to supple
ment each other. The primary method
teachers, knowing what those of the
higher grodes are to do, will lay a founda
tion; nnd the advanced teachers, possess
ing definite knowledge of the primary
plan, will build upon it. Another good
feature is the printed notcsof the lectures.
which have been prepared with great
care, and the teachers in attendance will
not have to lose part of the lecture while
trying to make notes on the other part.
These printed notes will Ik- nn abstract
of the lectures, and will lie sold to all
teachers. A diploma will Ik- given to
those teachers in nlteiulniicc the lull two
Aliout three hunched teachers arc ex-
tectcil to lie present nt the Asheville ses
sion, nnd excursions to tlie mouniniiis
will be arranged. There will also Itr a
reception nt the rooms of the V. M. C. A.
Tuesday evening, July 20.
tjefl for Klclima.nl.
Thirty-two mcniU-rsof the Light In
fantry left to-day bv sisnal car for
Richmond to attend the unveiling of the
Lee monument. Their car was attache .1
to the 1.40 regular. The company ii
under the command of Capt. Duff Mer
rick and Lieutenants Cowan and Kim
lierly nnd First Scargcnt Manguin, and
the men under them are Missis. Alexan
der, Wagner, Clarke, Lorrick, llhinton,
Atkinson, Ilrown, Rollins, Lewis, l-itz-
gcruld, Mitchell, Davis, hitson, Neil
sou. Rankin, McDowell, Collins, Mini-
moil. Israel. Atkins, l.ce, Owens, Davis,
Carter, Marshall, Mitchell, T., Davis, C
A Worthy OIlc-l-l.
Early in next week nt the lecture
room of the Y. M. C. A. there will U-
given n musical mid literary entertain
ment by some of the m-st talent in Ashe
ville. The proceeds w ill lie used for the
U-ncfitof Mr. S. S. Lynch the disabled
ildier. Tickets arc on sale at Cnnni
diners drug store and nt the Y. M. C
An InU-rcHll.iil Item.
A representative of the Gloliecaiighton
to n good thing lo-dnv, thnt is going to
make big money for somebody in Dni
hnm. For the present, he is denied kt
mission logo into particulars. Durham
It Has Occurred.
Editor Citizen: At the rcipirsl of one
of the witnesses in the case of Laylon
nnd Rnvmoml. who lest men mat spar
ring wiis permitted nt the Young Men's
Christian AssiK-iation gymnasium, I
wish to state thnt I hiivcsincediseovcrcd
that gloves had Uen brought to the gym
nasium two or three times wit limit niyKT
mission or knowledge and that this fact
wn. used as a basis ol the testimony of
the witness as he supposed that it was
permitted by the Associulion manage
ment. As was slated in yesterday's Cit
IZHN boxing in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasi
um is not permitted nnd n sparring con
test linn never taken place there
11. P. Anukkhun,
"Old thiiins have pusseil nwny, nil
linim have become new" in the purlieus
ofllhie Ruin the scene of the great auc
tion next week.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
The Supreme Court has adjourned for
The Murphy Advance has given up the
Evangelist F. L. Smith is to open a sc
ries of revival meetings nt Kuleigh.
A portrait of Judge Jiimcs Iredell has
liccn received at tlie supreme court.
Greensboro is to have a pacr pub
lished in the interest ol colored men.
Goldsboro is to have a refrigerator file-
lory. A Chicago man lurnislics the capi
tal. About four hundred students attended
Shaw I'liiversity during the past ses
sion. K. M. Goodwill, aged 70, and Mrs.
Marlhallursl, aged 50, were married nt
It is said that High I'oiut will give
$100.01)0 if the K. & S. railroad will pass
by that town.
The funeral of Col. W, E. Anderson, of
Raleigh, was one of the largest ever held
in that citv. The lloral offerings were
The CIhiiiiIkt of Commerce of Winston
has passed resolutions strongly endors
ing the issuing of bonds to the amount
of $2' Hi.oi 10 for city improvements.
Col. M. L. McCorklc, of Newton, will
Ik- a candidate for the judgeship in the
Eleventh district. Newton, Hickory and
Tnylorsville pa iters have declared for
Two thousand three hundred dollars
luis nlreadv Im-cii raised for the proposed
monument nt Charlotte for the signers
f the Mecklenburg Declaration ot Inilc-
S. H. Pearson was convicted in 18S0
n llurke countv of stealing n ride and
sentenced to two years in the petitcn-
tiarv. lie lias Ikx-ii panioneu oy uovct
The Winston-Salem I'liiversity Alumni
Association has liccn organized with Mr.
. W. Fries as president; S. P. Graves.
Vice president ; A. II. Fuller, secretary
A iK-tition siuned bv some of the licst
citizens ol Clinton has Urn sent to Gov.
l-iiu-lt-nskini; to commute the sentence
of A verv Itutlcr, who is sentenced to hung
Inly 11, to twenty years ill tlie peniten
The North Carolina Steel nnd Iron
company nave uiscovcrcii a large iiv-
poRil ol granite on incir town u.i pr;jr
ertv nilinning lirccitsnoro. i nc grninie
is of the finest quality, gray anil nine,
and splits well.
Information has Urn received nt Ral
eigh that the blackU-rry crop will be
ihort in tlicrieMinonisccuoii". iiu-muic,
where il is a source of large revenue. So
fur as enn lie learned, it is the first time
tln-j ever failed to lie u lull cropof black-
The Ingersoll Machinery company who
furnished the machinery tor the Hat
KK-k ciuarrv. near Mt. Airy, were so nn-
pivsscii with the quality of the granite,
that they made .1 handsome offer to lie
allowed to handle the granite in New
York for the quarry company.
At the cnnirreuntionnl meeting held nt
the Fitsl Presbyterian church at Greens
boro to consider matters connected with
the new church building, it was decided
to iiriHted at once to the erection of a
building to cost $2:1,000. It will be om
of the handsomest churches in the Stute.
Thp kockiiiL-lium Rocket says Messrs
Unk & Wall have arranged lor plans to
siiliinittcd embracing n Hotel, nmik
liiiildiiiL- clothing store ami drug store,
all in one block, with the vicwot erecting
he aiiine this summer. .Meantime mc
question of cliYtriclightsiind waterworks
r the town IS IK-Illg nm-nnni iimuiiK
Piiriii-n from Surrv county tell ol n se-
r .-nt t mi ii trnv at King s muni .asi
week. Kelt Uil'toii. an 18 year old boy,
shot a dog UloiigingloJim llulcluiis, in-
order or Ins employer. iiuicnius nc
tm-k.-d him mill Lollcn ill defending him
self cut his throat. Hiitchins would have
,11,-d in n lew moments had not two pity
slcintis Urn iirescnt when he was cul.
Lofton was jailed at Danliury. Hutch-
ins, it is thought, will recover.
Tin-Madison News says another hu
mmi ln-itiu. n noor unfoi tunalc, though
it may be guilty, has found a nnmeles.
urn ve inn strange hind. The convict
. , .- .i... o a. u .......
(mu'ii lust Tuesday week, and was shot
U'llll CSCaiK'O IIOIII IHC IX. .x- O. ,,Mll, .,,
ii In- the LMiiirds.'was found dead in the
,. ,i .inn i ol t ie river u u-w uavs ni-
tcrward. lie had received a bullet in Ins
side and died from loss of blood nnd
want ol intention, lie was a negro,
whose name we did not learn.
Mr. !lenrv keeps n store nt the depot
in Stalesville. Lust Monday nignt nit
u-nii- imnti. Win. Kicknrt. caugiil Hirer
tramps, one negro nnd two white men, in
the store. He bagged the whole crowd
and locked them in u box car where he
kept them until Tuesday morning, wncn
lie IllUrCllCIl IIICIU lo lllll. I liuinuuiv mi.
thev were urrnigiied in court nnd founil
guilty. Yesterday mc jungc sentence
nit lii-m to a linn of five years i
the K-iiiteiitiarv. This was quick work
all mound. Charlotte news.
Mr. li. W. Lvon, of the Mann-Arring
ton Gold Mining company, whose mine
is located ill Nash county, snys thnt the
mine is developing in a most encouraging"
.,,.! due thing which has been
proven is that deep milling is succcssiiii
!,, id,, i-.islein district. This has hereto
fore Urn n matter of doubt. A vein hns
mi Urn struck at a depth of HU) feet,
'and has Urn worked to n level of 400
feet. The same vein lias itccu locnten lor
three thousand feet, is from one to three
feet thick, nnd is yielding nn average of
$20 worth of gold to the ton right
Greensboro is making elaborate prepa
rations for n grand military display on
I hi. ftifiriiitio- of Mnv Moth. It will Ik- the
nrension of the return of tlie old flag of
18110, which was carried through the late
vnr by the Guilford Grays, company 11,
27th North Carolina regiment. The flag
hint, since the surrender, U-en sacredly
cared for bv its captain's wife, and v
he pieseiilnd to the present company oi
Guilford Grays by her daughter nt the
unveiling of the Ix-e monument nt Kien
itlnttd fill Mnv 'Jtllh. nnd will be brought
to Greensboro on the morning of the
mow In Your tltm.ee.
A great opportunity is offered to make
A small fortune in Asheville real estate,
tiny one or more of lots of the Catholic
Hifl proterty and in this way make pro
vision lor yourscu aim iiuniiy.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
Thy sr. s SmclHc
CMll.lf aplaa, bra.
IIm r ..!!. 1 u.. r.
Rol . ..th.rUa. rriw.U.lfc
t.r Ml. br 4nnku m bf
UArruM if noun rn
ii M tin It., Buffalo. N.Y, u4 Intwutionil Bridge Out
fug BALB BT
J. S. GRANT.
If your prescription are prepared at
(irnnt'a 1'hurmucy you can positively de
liendnpon these facts: first, that only tlie
purest and best drills and chemical will
be used; second, they will be compound-
d curefully 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-
tonublc profit. Don't forget the place
Grunt's I'hurmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
ordny, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
Ite answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grunt's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest pricequot'
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. He will sell all Patent Med'h
dues at first cost, and Mow that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
tor. We have the lurgest assortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 2(H)
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We ore the agents for Humphrey's
llomccoputhic Medicines. A full supply
of his gomls always on hand.
Use HuiKonilte Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
tion, etc. ... i
A thoroughly teliable remedy for all
blood diseases is Ituncombe Sursaparilla.
Try a buttle and yon will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyprH will jiIchho note
the following great induce
ments this week :
Black Mohair Brilliant inos
at r0 ami 75c., formerly 75c.
lllack Taniise Suitings, 00
and H5c. former price 75c.
IMack tamel s Hair and
Serge Suitings at 75e. and
$1. formerly $1 and $1.25.
IJIack ! reach Henriettas,
)Uc, ..c. ami iormer
price (5c, $ 1 and $ 1.25.
Taney Mohair lirilliant-
ines, 500. and ioc, former
price 75c. nnd 1.
I'olorotl licnricttnsat 2..o.,
40c, 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies ot 5c, He., and 12c.
Wash Dress Fabrics, Lawns
and Prints at :le. and up.
French and Domestic Sat
ines ot popular prices.
Dress (iinghoms and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Outing Cloths, Table Lin
ens, whit and colored.
White (loods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Hani
burgs, Laces, Underwear,
Gloves nnd Mitts. Large
assortment find low prices.
Parasols nnd JMinsliados,
the most attractive in thq
city. Prices lower than else
.lust received A new lot of
Black and Cream Loco Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
Something ISew we sen
the only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in the market
made by Smith Ac Angell
for Ladies. Misses and Clnl-
dron, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STRUCT,
OpposlU Bank of AsbtvUk).