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VOLUME VI. NO. 40.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping oh a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for heulth
f illness and leuuty of
An elevation of JJ.tiOO feet,
with eool ,
It is being laid out with
tasto and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable phut' for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable invest incuts. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dreHH, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LlmlUe, Mitchell Co., N. C.
FOR GF.NTLUMF.N JCST IN-HANDSOME
LATF.ST DESIGNS PRKTTHiST
SHADES OP SILK.
NKVV AND ALL C.RADIiS.
FANS ! FANS !
USKITL AND OKNAM UNTAL.
ja H. MAIN BT.. A8MHVII.I.B,
la TIIK VI.ACB HUM
BOOXS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
View unci Sketches.
WlLTaa b. owvn. w. w. WW.
fiWYN & WEST
(Successors to WalUr D.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioner ollieeil.
Real Estate Brokers,
' And Investment Agcnta.
Loan, ae ureljr placed at 8 per tent.
UMcrai II It ilu Palton Ave Hccond Hour.
JENKS & JENKS,
. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
I'lHU INMIIHANCK PLACHH IN TWUNTV
UHTIili HIWT COMI'ANIUH IN
AOHNTH Ol' TUB TRAVHI.KKH'UI'HANII
AUCII1KNT INHUKANC It CO.. Ol'
BTATK A (MINTS POK THBHHTHOITH1RB
AND UUKOLAH PMOOP SAI'll CO
jRoomtf 9 & 10, McAfee Block
an Pattoa Ave., Asheville, N. C.
IP THERE IS ANY
O W E R
O R A N Y
E N E P I T
A K G A I N S,
B V Y YOUR
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court Houmc 8unrc.
"GET RID OF THE FLIES."
Every housekeeper in Ashe
ville has the worry of Flies.
Fly Paper is sticky and only
a little less bother (linn the
Flies. We sell the Harper
Fly Trap, the best made at
only 1H cents each (sold in
other Stores at 25 cts.) they
nit' handy, easily donned,
never wear out and get there
in ridding the house of Flies.
One or two in each room will
soon abate the nuisance. Our
Ice Cream Freezers, Ham
mocks and Croquet Sets are
seasonable and are priml as
low as the same goods can
be bought in any city on the
continent. We tire selling
Lace Curtains, and goods for
half curtains, (of which we
liave some lovely patterns)
at prices that always please.
Our second supply of Brass
Curtain Rods is expected
daily, the other lot was
priced at exactly one half
per foot as the same goods
were quoted at elsewhere, but
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
thing. The biggest line of
Ribbons in town. Hvery
I. W. U. WILL.
AHIIBVILLB, N. C.
Olllce niirnaril Uulldlnn. P. I). Box 0114,
Plan., cclucntlona, Detail., ike, forevcrv
claaa of hulldlnii at ahort notice,
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS' A SPECIALTY.
Cnlt and aee na. nprl 0 dam
F. A. GRACE,
, will Kxccula In
EncnuMtlc or Oil
KvnllHtlc-Flornl, Renaissance 4k
Andre. 8A WOODWARD AVB., Detroit
Mich., or BOX 114.1, Aahevlllc, N, C.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
seription 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.
K very thing warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
mid fresh and my prices as
low us the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered fire
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
Wo hid showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Small wares &
CarMts, bought with
great cure, marked at
short and reasonable
The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 0 Patton Ave.
3 O'CLOCK SATURDAY, MAY 3IST,
ON THE PREMISES
Twcul? reaidence lot nenr the alrretcar
line, In Went Knd. City of Aahrvillr, on liny.
wood atrcet, ovrrlooklnit the I'rcneh llrond
River, near Ice factory.
Terms of Sale.
SM rash, balance In Inatnlmrnt. of trn
(f Id) dnllura per month.
Al.o one houac anil lot In annie plat
TBHKim One fourth enah, linlnncc In one
anil two yenra, with Intcreat.
ALSO SIX (6 1 VERY VALUARLE
Near Cotton Mill, Ice 'Factory anil I'lour
Mill. TBRMH One third cnah, balnncc In
one nnd two year, with Intercut nt clxht
ier cent. -
All the above valuable properly will lie
aold at a o'clock Mnturduy, May It 1 nt. on the
Take Patton Avenue street car line nnd
It ahnll not coat you nnythlna to come.
I'or further luftiriimtliin apply to
C T. RAWLH,
C. A. COOPItR,'
C. II. III.APTON
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS' AND COMMENTS.
Dr. CiiAMUBXANn, chief assistant to
Pasteur, bus discovered tliut cinnamon
latal to the typhoid imcroljc. Tins
will be spicy newt to dwellers in unsani
"Nations, like men," says Gen. Haw-
Icy, "are often angry fools." PcrhupB
the fact that nation! nre governed liy
men exclusively may hnvc something to
do with it.
Senator Hawley thinks n country
can't negotiate without a gun. borne
women can't nrgue without a broom
stick. A good deal depends on the coun
try and on the woman.
IIkkkaptkr the stars and stripes will
float over the white house every clay.
from sunrise to sunset. It signifies that
the executive department of the govern
ment is always in session. It's a happy
thought, and a pntriotic one.
Tub Amcricun icople nre the most
humorous and humor-loving people ol
the earth. Our literature is resonant
with laughter, and our political life has
always lieen prolifictof mirth and fun. In
such a nation no pnriy can hope for pro
longed ascendancy that has no humor in
its soul. If the American people cannot
laugh with it they will laugh ut it, ami
from ridicule to defeat is but a single
Tub announcement that Mm. Miriam
Armstrong Glenn, of Atlanta, was to
make her debut on the operatic stage
created iuite n sensation in the social
circle there. She is the wife of Hon. W.
C. Glenn, a memlicr of the State legis
lature, who gained some notoriety by
advocating a bill to make it a criminnl
affair for a white person to teach colored
children, and her marriage to Mr. Glenn,
some six months ago. was quite a social
A wh.ai.tiiv student in n New F.nglund
eoliege last week was confronted by nn
examination paier in political science
containing ten extremely difficult ques
tions, which were to Ik- answered elabo
rately in writing within ninety minutes.
He walked up to the professor and whis-
ncrc I confidingly ' tnr- wl" 'kX
you $5(KI that you cannot sit down anil
answer these questions correctly in Un
allotted time." Alns, it was no horse
race, and the unlucky student had to re
tire for repnirs.
IUyonnk, N. J., has a beer boycott on
draught. The price of the anilicr-coloreii
beverage hat been raised from seven to
ten cents, nnd tome citizens hnvc entered
into an agreement not to slnke their
thirst over the Mnyonnc bars until tin
nrice of beer is restored to the old stand
ard. They hove also issued n manifesto
in which they request coplc to Keep
tcmpcrnte" until the tcvcn-ccnl rale is in
vogue again. The taioon-kccers scan
obstinate; to do the Dcci-drinkers. 1 ne
boycott has a splendid bead un it, and
tcnqicrancc folkt nre praying for a
prolongation of the lngerlcss drought.
Evkry tusk, piece and scrap in the ks
session ol nn Arno trnner, una '""
stccicd and dyed in blood, livery imiiiihI
weight has cost the life of a num. woman
or child, for every five pound n hut bos
lieen burned, for every two timks o whole
village hat been destroyed, every twenty
tusks have leen obtained ut the price ol
a district, with all its coptc,villngcsaml
plantations." These are Stanley s burn
ing words in his one article in the June
Scribners. They tell of a huvoc with lui
nuin life that the civiliicd nations ol to
day arc unable to realize us existing on
the same sphere with them. It is only
through the work of Stanley that it can
THOSE OUTRAGEOUS CENSUS
The census taker will imiii pull the
doorbell, soys the Huston Slate, nnd the
mqionsihlc head of the house who Imp
wns to be present will lie called iiimiii to
respond to cennin very mrv
under ncnnlty of l(M) for each refusal
Vndcr this odious republican inquisi
tion o woman will lie nsked some decid
edly impudent questions nt to her physi
cal history lor example, whether the
hat ever been divorced, hn ever given
bi.-thtoa child, whether the hat any
chronic or acute disease, or has any phy
sical deformity that she is trying to con
cenl. The male head of llic house will lie
asked such questions as to whether he
has ever been to jail, or it defective in his
senses or mental faculties; whether the
house In which he lives Ixlongs to him.
nnd if to to what extent it is mortgaged
It would lie hard to find any country
this side of Russia in which the citixens
are subjected to such nn inquisition as
this. The nriioiinl of equivocation if not
of Hisilive falsehood that will doubtless
result can only In-known on the books
of that celestial census taker Mipulnrly
referred to as the recording nngcl. There
is not the slightest possibility that such
questions will lie generally answered
with candor nnd accuracy, and reports
based upon the evasive and incorrect re
plies that will lie made in probably the
maiority of cases will, of course, have no
real statistical weighlor vnluc whatever.
Wrnirrce with the New York Sun in
regarding these extraordinary census
questions ns an outrugcoui Invasion ol
the icronnl and private business of the
citizen. Congress should come to the re
lief of the people promptly, by ordering
these Intolerably inquisitive Intcrrogn
tiont to be dni)ied.
NO AGREEMENT REACHED
CONTRACTORS AND LABOR
ERS MET LAST NIGHT.
LOTS OF TALK BUT NO ACTION
Nr. P. A. Ileiiiena Wauls a nay
Aicreed I'pon When the Nine
Hour HvnU-ih Hhall Rule.
The conference between the employers
and employes, called by the committee
from the employers' union, met Inst night
at the Mayor's office.' There were seventy-five
lalMjicrs mid employers in at
tendance aud no agreement was reached.
Mr. P. A. Dcmens, chairman of the em
ployers' committee, called the meeting to
order. He explained the object of the
meeting and said:
"When we met last week we decided to
meet the workmen fairly nudsqiiurclv on
this question. Wc arc convinced there
are two sides to this and that both sides
should be heard. 1 do not liclicvc it can
be settled by one side, and wc ought to
come to some amicable adjustment be
fore arliitiarv means arc adopted." Mr.
Dcmens then invited expressions from Un
delegates of the different labor organiza
tions. Mr. John Whitesidcs, of the cnr)cii
iicntcrs' union, was the first to respond
He said : "We have lieen ngitnting the
nine-hour question here for three years.
We arc not a set of men organized for the
purpose of injuring our employers, but
when we consider the advantage shortei
hours wuuld be to us and our employers,
wc ure satisfied that wc would lie able to
give better satisfaction and do ourselves
and families greatei justice. There wns
a committee npioiiitcd by ihccnriKittcrs'
union to coulcr with the contractors but
Ihcv did not do their duty and the ques
tion was brought out as wc exiicctcd.
Now we, as a committee, do ask that the
contractors mukc nine hours a lawful
Mr. George II. Iliirnam, of the Knights
of Labor, spoke uext and said :
" What I can get from t lie Knights of La
bor is, ill a few words, that they want
nine hours to constitute a day's work.
We believe tliut to lie long enough, and
whenever discussions have taken place
where the prominent men of the town
have spoken, it hat been brought oul
that nine hours is enough. Wc do not
want to do anything harsh."
Mr. Ik'mcnsthen rcsiionilcd : "The del
egate from the cnricntcrs' union says
that the committee did not do its duty.
In that I agree with him. I am a living
proof that they did not, for they did not
bring it before me at all, and other em
ployers tay the same thing. 1 1 makes no
difference to the contractors whether
nine or tcu hours it a day's work if they
arc provided for it. I am in favor ol
shortening the working day but expect
to have notice to as to prepare for it. I
am not prepared for working my men
nine hours and paying for ten, as I have
contracts made on a basis of ten hours
work. I tay let us all set a day for the
nine hour day to go into clTccl nnd
let the pay regulate itself. If yu tay
you want it to-morrow, weeauuot stand
it. Let us agree on a date OcIoIht 1"i
Mr. Curtis Irom the unorganized labor
of the eily said he thought the matter
should be settled. "Thcic is no use ol
going from one vcur to another this
way," he said. "Wc had just as well settle
it now. Wc should set a day and stick to
it." Mr. Dcmens said he was willing to
pay full wages for nine hours' work alter
the npiHiinlcd day comes. Considerable
argument followed for an hour lictween
the parties of both side, and finally Mr.
Ilemens naked the delegates to rejiort to
their rcsieclive Inidirt the substance
the conference. "Wc will submit to
ours," he said, "the proposition to work
nine hours after (k-tolsvr 1, nnd il that is
not pnssed by you each one will hnvc tr
work for himself as before, aud wc will
be no nearer a settlement."
SHE HAD BIG FEET.
lint hc Drew the I'rlze Juki I lie
A letter from Scotland Neck to the
Richmond IMspn ch says: "A rcninrkn
hie marriage occurred near lwistown
n few days ago. Some two year ngo
n iiuartcrmaster in the Tinted States
nrttiv at ll;ort Riley, Kan., advertised
for a female eormqionitcnl with n view
to matrimony. A young lady in Hcrlie
county named Hlixn Drew jokingly
answered the advertisement. She
could not rend nor write, but some
friend wrote for her. Her li tter was an
swered, photographs were cxelmiigid
and il is said Hint 13" letters were cx
changed. The young lady was poor, hud
worked in the field, conked and washed
all her life, is not good looking, weighs
aao imiinds and wears a No. 8 shoe. She
wrote the young army officer all these
facts, but to the surprise ol everybody he
came h short lime ago with plenty
monry, stayed n lew day at the girl's
house, gave her money ti.dressherscll up,
a ml iniirricd her. He took her off on i
bridal lour to Washington city, lie say
he will show her something of the world,
bring her back to see her parent, and
then lake her to Kansas."
"Old tliitifpi hnvc iHUtitiil fltfi.r, nil
thini have Ihxoiik new" in the purlkui
of Mm A'ii'h the nxtie ofihcxrvnt auc
tion next week.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
A movement is on foot to reorganize
the old Charlotte Grays.
General W. P. Rolicrts, ex-State audi'
tor, is oat for congrcsB in the First dis
trict. livnngelist Fife will begin n teriet of re
vival meetings ut Kings Mountain on
I'eg Leg Willinms has shown up nt
Raleigh, but refuses to icvcal any of his
The North Carolina musical festival
to lie held ut Charlotte June 13,1prom
iscs to be a grand affair.
The Rescue team of Raleigh was pre
sented with $.r0 in gold for its exhibi
tion run in Charlotte.
George W. Hamhrick, of the steam
dredge Admiral, fell overlioard at Wil
mington and was drowned.
Twenty-six iersons have lieen con
verted by the protracted meetings in the
Baptist church at Mt. Airy.
The Carolina Manner of Tnrboro has
this at its head : "I'or president in 'OS,
John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky."
Governor Fowle has reprieved Jordan
Prilehetl, under death sentence nt Ox
lord for murder, from June 0 to June 27.
A sixteen venr old son of F. J. Hogc, ol
Goldtdioro, was drowned in the Neusc
river and in sight ol u nuinbcrot his com
panions. Eleven telegraph poles lictween Shelby
and Cleveland Springs were "shattered
into kindling wood" by lightning during
a recent storm.
Hishop Alfred A. Watson, of the Epis
copal I'locesc of Hast Cnrolinn, will mni
rv Miss Marv K. Lord, of Wilmington,
ut New York, unc0th.
Nineteen business men of Raleigh have
agic-d to close their places of business at
7 n. in. cverv dav except Saturday from
June 1 on to August 1.
The coroi:cr's inrv in the Inuel Hrynn
murder ense nt 'Raleigh have returned a
verdict against ike Williams. The Int
ter is in jail. The murder occurred on
The council of the Diocese of liust Car
olina has determined to employ ngcncrnl
missionary, the Hishop to select the proi-
cr person. A college win oc cnuiiMomm
in l lie clioeesc. j. n ut.iwvr,
has subseriU'd $1,000 to the fund.
Rutherford College nt its recent com
mencement conferred the following lie
recs: II. D. on Rev. L. L.Nash nnd Rev.
K. II. Whittnkcr, of Raleigh; Ph. D. on
Rev. W. U. North, master ol arts on
Rev. C. A. Rose, R. M. lloyle and Hon.
S. H. Jones.
Wc learn as wc go to press that W. A.
Stiles, of the firm of Stiles K: Co., bridge
builders under the general contractors
lli-een, Feelv & Newhv, on the Roanoke
ind Southern railroad, ssipiiea w"r
Inv evening with several thousand dol
lar. Winston Daily.
lolni Itutitsini!rr. constable in Duncan's
Creek township. Rutherford coiiiny.com
milted suicide by shooting himsell with a
lislol. The weapon used was a Itriusn
iidldoir. nnd the entire top of the man's
head wa blown off. Temporary insnmty
is thought to have lieen the cause of the
it... p s.nri;nL'. of Sclma. wn tried
lwt 1-Vhrimrv for the munier oi ms
mother in law and wns acquitted. The
neighbors alwavt held it up against him.
h.-v.-r nnd Inst Snturilnv night they
took him out of his home nnd Idled his
laxly full ol bullets, lie wnt a nura mi
SiiKcrintcndcnt R. R. Hridgers of the
Vnrih Carolina division of the Richmond
-,,,,1 Dnnvillp bus issued a circular for
mally announcing Hint tneomccsoi ine
Mipcriiitcndent and the engineer mainte
nance of way will lie removed from Dur
ham to Raleigh.
lir. I W. Hawkins has lieen elected to
i.. ,.r.wi,lrm-v of the Citizens' Hank of
Raleigh to fill' the vacancy caused by the
., t tl' I! 4m.Im..m
recent ileum oi v.oi. ... ... .."
i-..l A. II. Andrews, third vice-president
if the Richmond nnn imnviuc, was
A nd num. unknown inthiscounty.
In,. U-en oruaniziue nlliancr nmong the
colored ieoplc at Poplar lent ana nil-
ter-'on s mill, lie enargen enen pcraon
i....,n nir n member tnree noiiara, nnn
has now disappeared leaving the young
orders wiiuoin. cnnnem .w..v".,. .......
Twelve months ago Jnmc Dillon, of
Tvrcll countv, insurcii ms me mr ,i,mnr
and shortly niter he was thought to
lw drowned. A hndv answering Ins de
scription was washed ashore und wns
identified by twenty-five iieople. The
company were ulmut to pay the policy
a few days ago wncii union miowco uii-
11 he had remained in hiding a little
longer he would have' lieen $3,000
The Wake countv Farmers' Alliance
have adopted resolutions pledging them
sclvc not to attempt, inside the Alliance,
to nominate any candidate for nny polit
cnl office in the gift of the people of that
county, and to titicnii tuc primnrics ami
,lii'ir inlliienee to elect such men ns
can lie depended on to work for llic best
interests ol tuc county. i uey nre mmi
pledged not to use iiieir iiinuciin.- uu ur
against nny candidate Iwcnusc of the
profession to which he may lulling.
The Michigan luinliermcn nre at work
in the liiu swiiiun, covering fiO.OOO acres
in RoIk-soo county, which capitalists
irom that Stale put chased from the
State board of education some time ngo.
Thev hnvc just completed n canal four
teen miles long, eight feet deep and forty
lect witle, and next week will Iwgin work
on another cnmd of the Mime length.
They nre building lumber mills which nre
next to the largest in the State. The ca
nals are to be used for traffic, and I'i.OOO
acre of twnmp land nre to lie reclaimed
nnd put into cultivation.
The RnteiL'h corner of the Wilmington
Messenger says; The ceremonies nt the
in vi.nr of the iirst brick of the mcchnnicnl
department of the ngricultiirnl nnd me
chanical college yesterday afternoon were
interesting. There was n prnycr iiy kcv.
Dr. Marshall. Mis Maggie Mcrrimon
Inld Hie brick and made tome very bright
nnd pleasant remarks in to doing. There
wiiv nil dresses hv Messrs. A. I). Jones
nnd U. C. Ilcddinuficld. A number of
(imminent people were present. The
building will lie of brick and stone, two
t.irip. Iiiah. and will cost $7.(100. It
will hnvc machine shops, forge shops, of
fice, class room, pattern shop, car-painter
hop and a ipnciou room for draughts
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia Colleg. of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 South Main St.
Thw art Iwtfle.
OMUl.ta. M ftmm. bra.
rmr Ml. k SfHSM. " l
HOFFHM DHUQ CO.
55 Mils St.. BufM N.V. tad lnUna.ol Brid,0st
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prescriptions are prepared at
Grant' t Pharmacy you can positively de
pend upon these factt: First.tbatonlytbt
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound'
ed carefully and accurately by an cxper'h
enccd Prcscriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive tAe best goods at a very rca-
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and dcliveted tree ol charge to
any port of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you con buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quotr
ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
We are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on band.
Use Uuncomlie Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver compluints, indiges
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is Iluncombe Sorsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. 0., Pharmacist,
2 S. Main St.. Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Clowe buyers will please noto
the following great induce
ments this week :
IMack Molinir Brillinn tines
at f0 nnd 75c, formerly 75e.
Hlnck TamiHe Suitings, GO
and Hoc., former price 75.
Muck Camel's Hair and
Serge Suitings at 7"x!. and
f 1, formerly 1 nnd 1.25.
Muck French Henriettas,
"iOc, 7")c. nnd 1, former
price ().")(.'., $1 and $1.25.
Fancy Mohair Brilliant
ines, 5()c. and 75c., former
price 75c. and JJ1.
Colored Henriet tas at 25c,
tOc, 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c, tic, and 12c.
Wash Dress Fabrics, Lawns
and Prints at and up.
French and Domestic bat-
ines nt popular prices.
Dress Ginghams and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Outing Cloths, Table Lin-
ens, wiiite anu coioreu.
Into (ioous. Nainsooks.
Lawns, India Linens, Ham-
burgs, Laces, Underwear,
Gloves and Mitts. Large
assortment and low prices.
l'arasols and Sunshades,
the most attractive m the
city. Trices lower than else
Just received A new lot of
Black and Cream Lace Floun
cing and Drn jiery Nets.
Something isew we sen
the only absolutely Fust
Black Hosiery in the market
made by Smith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They arc guaranteed not to
dye, crock or -turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Oppottu Bank ol Abtum.