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I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, ?
THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Asheville Daily Citizen
Tan Wsbh.lt Citiznn U full of local and
State news ; Juit the thing to tend to anyone
inquiring about Aahcvllle. lasued Thursday.
.Single conies S centa, mailed. Only 1 00,
Not exceeding three lines,
One Time, 1!S rente. Three Times, 00 cent",
Sis Tlmci, 70 centa.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 56.
A place planned anil devel
oping uh u
Situated in tho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulncas and beauty of
An elevation of 3,801) feet,
It in being laid out with
tjwto mid skill, with well
graded roads tmd extensive
A desirable place for lint
A good opportunity for
profi table investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
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Views and Sketches
apr IHd .
w.L. B owva. W. W. WOT,
GWYN & WEST,
(neccaaor to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO IANK OF AlHEVILtt
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Pablk. Commlaaloaera of Deeda.
orriCK-aoniHeaat Conrl aesnare,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loans urely placed at S per cent.
Office I II. ft 9 Fatton Ara. Second Boor.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL EITATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
HIRB 1NHIIBANCB PLACKD IN TWBNTY
OP THB KIIHT COMI'ANIUH IN
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ACCIUKNT INHItMANCB CO., OP
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AND M'NOLAR PROOF BAPB CO.
Room Aio, McAfee Block
8t Pattoa ATt A.neTilk-, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
Tbe Great Comedy Play entitled
- BLUE RUlif
Una been withdrawn alter a very auccciwrai
run, and we now present our mntchleu
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POPJ
DOOM OPEN AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
KtOnf the iwnt lii-iiies for
making Ice Creams, Sherbet,
Wntr lmM. niul Custards.
given away with each Freezer
"Bid HACK 1ST.
A hiir lot of Straw Hats
for Men, Hoys and Children
"Did HACK 171.
A mw Int, nf Soft Crush
Iats in Drown, Blue and
(lack at the
Crotiuet Setts and Ham
mocks, all prices, at the
Stand Lainns. Hull Lumps
M....IMI. I .ti mi .u lIirlir. nil
Citclicn Lainna. Wicks, Chim
neys and Dunn rs, lower than
anybody, at tno
Dress Duckh's. Uibbons,
Neck Wear. Collars, Cuffs,
Jolts and tho largest line 01
louncings in town at the
A new lineofGinghnmsand
Chnmbra vs in Solids, Striiies,
Maids and Side nanus ai
t is an established fact
that no place in town con
tains a lietter assorted stock
f goods sold at as lowpnivs
We do not make a spirial
v if iinvtliinir (unless it 1m
of low prices) but we do take
considerable prido in uio ex
tj.nt of our Slum business
Keeping all kinds and selling
hem cheaper man anynou.y
ilun iiiiiMi hit 1 lie secret of it.
D not MiMMid a nickel for
a w - I -
il . . - -. 4 ! I lt.tl.lk IflLJ
inyiiiiiig uiiiii i'm nu -
. W. U. WILLI.
sarin' J. will.
AMHBVILLH, N. C.
im lurnard llultdlna. P. O, llot 00
riant, pedncatlona, llrUlla. e forever
data of bvlldlnaj at abort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTT.
Call and are . ! '""
F. A. GRACE.
Will BimiM In
UncauMtlc or Oil
Addrraea BA WOOPWARD AVB., Iietrolt
Mich., or BOX 1140, Aihelllt , N. C.
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-claws in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money ro
unded. My goods ure pure
and fresh and my prices ns
ow uh 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 doods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry doods, Fancy
doods, Smullwnrcs &
CurK'ts, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
The liiu: embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & Patton Ave.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Acvomntodiitlon. the very lint till, rnoun
aln country can nflurd. Tcrpia rrnwimililc
n ihiiniIIiIc to make them. Illlllnnl., miI,
IwwIInK alley, ball room, mu.ic, etc.
F. A. MILES. 91. D.,
I Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage Bulnc
Loan, arcurrly placed at N prr cent.
In cash will Ite paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Aslieville as
shown by the ollicinl
census now being ta
ken. You areuot limited
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
make a purchase.
If two or more tun ke
the nen rest guess, the
prize will be given to
t ho guess received
Let all cotuu and
t ry t heir luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
GuoKCK Vanukriiii.t litis not finisliid
on Asheville real estate. It is u good
thing to have and he is Ki'ttiiif; lots of it.
It is intended to make the first dny of
Scptcmlicr next, when the Rreat etjnes
trinn statue of General ('.rant in Lincoln
park, Chicago, is unveiled, the occasion
of a military and civic demonstration
such as the West has never seen.
Evkn the muKnzincs ore hccomitiK in
oculated with the sensutionul craze. The
Century has purchased a series of articles
ly an ex-convict on I'lctmcs of l'rison
Life llchind the Kara. It would not teem
from this ns if the nuiL'a.uic had any
right to criticise the average newspaper.
A Citizkn correspondent gives his
lews to-day on tile park question.
While they differ very materially from
the plan outlined by the park commit
tee, they will still bear consideration.
Hit idea is not to have one mrgc park,
hut a series of smaller ones of easy ac
cess. The plan is by no mcuns new anil
certainly a good one. There should
lie smaller parks and there should also
Ik one large park. The latter is what
we want now, the oilier will follow ns
matter of course. The way property
selling now is only a fore runner of
hat it will be in years to come. Ashe
ville wants a park now, or the land for
it. Some steps should be taken and at
Tiik Citizkn is glad to give the views
f n correspondent on this question and
lies that others will scud in enmmuni-
alionH on the subject. Now that the
mailer is up, let it lie discussed thor
oughly. Skxatok Vanck has written a reply
to the letter of SiiH.'rinlcndcnt Porter
asking the Senator's influence in behull
ol the census suiicrvisor of Asheville.
Senator Vance protests against the ieo-
leof Asheville being made rcsonsihtc
for the misdoings of a few, or lor an
He says he is sure that the whole rc-
Hrted trouble in Asheville isexnggcrated
and that no more difficulty will be found
in taking the census there than in any
tlier city. If the enumerators, he says
now how to Iwlinvc themselves they
ill meet with no trouble. The Senator
takes issue with Porter's statement that
no regard was paid to Militics in the np-
Miinimciit, coniN.'tviiey only being eon
He says that lie has received letter
iluig a iiiiiuIht ol instances in Norm
Carolinn in which enumerators already
at work were removed for no reason ex
cept that they were democrats, and rc-
rcpiiblicnns, sometimes colored men were
put in their places. Whenever convinced
that there is any real trouble in obtain
ing u proier census of AhIiiaiIIc, lie will
give his aid in behalf of the census office,
There is one thing iiImiuI the ilmtiii
guished representative ol the Old North
State, lie lint a habit ol hitting the nail
aouarclvon the head. He has done it
Tim executive conmiiticc ol the Wool
Consume;' Association in session at llos-
ton, has sent to the Senate finance com
niiltce a memorial asking that wool and
all raw material be put iihii the free list
in the pending tariff bill. Alter uoing into
Ictnils to cmphnsic these points it con
links: "At all the wool grown in the
world is now wanted the Auiericniigrow.
cr could hardly be injured by the read
jiistnient ol values. If, at the worst, his
product should fall slightly in price he
would Ik coniiensnteil soon by the larger
more certain demand from tin stimulated
nnd increased manufacture. The demand
for mutton it rapidly increasing, nnd il
it afforded in liettcr quality by sheer
which produce long wool than by the
breeds iirodiicinu short, fine wool. The
half-bred mutton sheep's wool in the wnri
works admirably with the rejected worst
cd fibres hud the Montevideo llci-ccsin the
filling. Thui the mutton Hocks would hc
aiiiniiliileil lliroiiuh the importation ol
free raw materials. TIk American con
.iiilirr I if woolens nnd worsted would
gel iKllcr fnbrict al price generally
This is what the fanners waul to tee,
but don't think that it will come about
Mckinley knows what the farmer wutits
I letter than that worthy himself nnd Mc-
Kiulcv It running this show.
THE AMENDE HONORABLE,
The editor ol the North Carolina Pre
bvleriiln.publislied at Wilmington, knows
a good thing when he see it nnd that
wn the reason Hint Ins rtHirt of I he
General Assembly wn tnken verbntim
from Tim Citiziin. Ol course the lac
that he did not mention the pitKr from
tvhirh he obtained several column of
Assembly new s wn forgelfulnest, nnd he
will In time. Asheville Lilixen.
Hxncllv right every lime, in the main
We do "know n good thing when wc ce
II" nnd soused Tim CiTiHN'srcNirt very
freely! which rcNirt liiour jiMlgment wns
unusually good. Acknowledgment wn
in tyiK nnd nl Inst moment we were in
formed thai It with n large amount ol
other matter would have to Ik left over.
Order were given them not to fail to give
Hie credit In nextissiie.nndlliiiwaidoiie,
the credit appearing I be same day at Tiik
Citizkn'i criticism, nnd of course without
any knowledge that this criticism would
nmicnr. It wn not "forgctfulncss" then
but it tort of neeensity Inld uxn ut. lie
sure, dear brother, that you enn always
count on our doing right, or Irving to,
"In time," looking for our reward in eter
nity, North Carolinn t'retbytcrlan,
MINE HORROR IN PENNSYLVANIA.
TWENTY DEATHS TO-DAY FROM
A nix strike In Ronton and n Mou
nter Parade-News of the
IM'NIiak, Pn., June 17. Hy a fire in the
mine here this morning thirty jieople lost
their lives. Hll'orts to rescue them had
to Ik given up, owing to the Jire which
is still raging.
A Second Cane.
Washington, June 17. Surgeon Oen-
cral Hamilton of (he Marine hospital bu
reau, is informed that n second case of
yellow lever has develoied on the Hritish
vessel Avnn now detained at Chandclciir
quarantine station. He has also received
report from a special agent sent to Me-
ridu, Yucatan, to investigate itssanitnry
condition, that twelve eases of yellow le
er have occurred there and that there
ure fears of an epidemic.
Itn Ijtliorn UeKU...
SlKviul to The Cltlirn.
Litti.k Rock, Ark., J unci 7. The Dem
ocratic state convention liegan its laliors
to-day. After the call to order anil a brief
Siccch by the chairman, committees on
resolutions, credentials, and orderof bus
iness were appointed. It will Ik late this
afternoon lieforc any nominations arc
made. The fight for slate treasurer is
growing exceedingly warm with the pros-
iects still in favor of Woodruff.
The Hclecllc Annoclatlon.
Special to The lltien.
Niaoaka 1-'ai.i.s, N. Y., June 17. Hilly
a thousand delegates arc in attendance
on the National Eclectic Association con-
ntion which oicncd here this morning.
Irs. C. 15. Spicer, J. L. ProKr I larger,
and Luther Crawford, all of Pcnnsyl-
nnia, are among the most prominent
physicians of the eclectic school in at
tendance. Hollerniafcem and tttilpliuildern.
Sircinl to TlIK CITIZKN.
St. Lous, June 17. The tenth aniiiinl
onveution of the International lloilcr-
makcrt and Shipbuilders' Association
began work here to-day. The question
of adopting the eight hour davwasdis-
UHsed nnd will Ik acted tqion. An ef
fort will Ik made to establish a uniform
rate of wages in the I'liilcd States and
Uonc to Cape May.
Siiccinl to The Clllnn.
Wasiiini.ton, June 17. Mrs. Harrison,
Mr. McKce nnd a party composed of
luitc a number of prominent Washing
ton belles left to-day for CaK May,
where the Indies of the President's house
hold ure to Ik favorably installed in the
new cottage, the gift of Philadelphia
To-Uny'n Mporlli.K Hvenln.
Mprcial to Til CITIZKN.
Nkw Vokk, June 17. The annual re
gatta ol the Columbia Yacht Club, the
annual race ol the Corinthian Yacht
Club in New York, nnd the beginning of
the tournament for the New lingland
lawn tcnnischaiiipionship at New Haven,
Conn., arc the lending sporting events ol
To Reduce Railroad Kalen,
Hucdnl to The Citizen.
Toi'KKA, Kan., June 17. A hearing is
in progress iKlore tne Mate rauroaii
commissioners to-day on the reduction
of grain rale from Kansas Kints to the
ttiwcliil to The Citizen.
Coi.i'M ill's, ()., lune 17. The 11110.
cratie Stale Central Committee in session
here, is to-day fixing a time mid place ol
holding the state convention.
llruKulntn of New York.
Mlieeilll to Tbe Citizen.
Ariii'KN, N. Y., June 17.-The twcllili
annual meeting of the State Phiirmriccii
licnl convention oKiicd with a large at
attenilanee this morning.
On a Mtrlkc.
SiN.lnl lii Tiik Citizkn.
IIiisthn. lune 17. Three lliousand
building lalsircrs struck here to-day for
A Mounter I'nradv.
tfim'lnl to The Citizen.
IIiwtiin.Jhiic 17. A monster parade
ill honor of Hunker Hill day took place
Twenty Wcathn To-llay.
Hlirrlnl to The Citizen.
Maiikih, June 17. Troon have lieen
sent to ibccholcrn district. There have
been twenty deaths to-day.
The Track In tJood Condition
Miirclnl to The Citizen.
Nkw York, June 17. The weather
here is cloudy and threatening but the
suburban track i in splendid condition
for the rnce.
To Vlnlt America.
I.iiniion. lime 10. John Dillon, Win
n'liripn nndlolm KcdmondhnvclKcn no-
ixiintrd delegate to make a tour of
AmeriCII in llic numum 111 me nmmi wi
the Irish Nationalist monument,
Dr. J. P. Knmsiiy retunieil last night
from n visit to Innilly ami friend in
Mr. Von llulilow, who wn Injured in
the wreck Saturday it thought to Ik lnv
proving! Mr Scarborough i nlo better
than he wai yesterday.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
An epidemic of flcns has captured Car
thage. Durham is to have an excursion to
Norfolk on June 30.
Kuleigh will celebrate the I'ourlli of
July iugrcut style.
Three mad dogs were killed in Wash
ington one day recently.
In Guilford county Inst venr only 719
negroes paid toll tax. and 1 .Hii.'l voted.
The Wilmington xistofncc is iKing im
proved to meet the demands of the pub
lic. The joint legislative committee nn rail
road taxation meets in Kaleigh to-morrow.
George Rhodes, wanted at Marion for
sale robbing, has lieen arrested at Knox
villc. In one dny orders were received at
Duke factory at Durham for 11,1 S3,'
A ten millc railroad will Ik built in
Chatham county from the ligypt nunc
The judicial convention of the demo
cratic party of the third district meets at
Kocky Mount on July It.
Dr. II. S. Lucas, of Ciillasajn, will
build a telephone line between Franklin,
N. C, and Walhalla, S. C.
The mcmlwrs of the Wilmington steam
fire engine company will picnic at Curo
Una licuch Friday, June 27.
The new Methodist church at Red
Springs is almost completed anil will
soon Ik ready for occupancy.
I'. L. limwin. for five venrs un inmate
of the Morganton Insane asylum.dicd at
that institution last 1 uesuay.
15 iidit hundred dollars on three acres of
land is what a Uurkc county man made
last year in spite of the season.
In Onslow county there arc nine lull
Hedged candidates for one office and seven
more are thought to Ik after it.
Mnrv Cox. a colored il sane woman,
who hii lieen in the New Berne jail, bus
been tnken to the Goldsboro asylum.
'iftccn nnssenirer agents of various
railroad lines in the South SH-nln day or
two fishing at Morchciid City last
Another dri.lv tmiier is soon to Ik es
tablished in Halcigh nnd it will take an
active part in democratic campaign
The Mt. Airv Granite company, of
Winston, tins elected all of its old olti-
cers and increased its paid up stock by
The Monroe Knouircr is authority for
the statement tbut Mr. S. W. Trull killed
n conch whip snake there measuring 7
feet in length.
It has lieen discovered from the old
records that President Andrew Jackson
was once sworn in ns a coiistnlilc in
WtltniiiL'ton drummers nrc rapidly
usurping the territory in theenstern part
of the State, formerly occupied by the
Thieves entered the premises of A. Ililb
in Golilsborn and emptied his pantry nl
all the eatables. The above gentleman
has been robbed four times?
Three homed toads ore amusing the
Hulcicdi nub be bv destroying anil devour
ing a lliousand flic each a day. Thcy
arc m a urug store wuiuow.
Prof. Clint. D. Mclvcr, of Kaleigh. has
accepted nn invitation to deliver an ad
dress on female education lieforc Ha
state press association which meets at
J. N. Ingram, a nutcd traveler nnd
ncwsoniHT corrcsiHHident will soon visit
Western North Carolina in the interests
of the Washington Post, nnd will "write
up" this part of the State.
The new covcriiineiit building nt Wil
mington will Ik completed next month.
It is said that ten or fifteen thousand
dollar of this appropriation will Ik
available for fixing up the grounds.
Jimmic Cook, the Isiy preacher til
Cetiruia. was in Charlotte on Sunday
unit oreurhcdfit one of the loculchiirchcs
Cook is I years old, weigh IIS Hiunds
and is four Icet high. He hut lieen prcncii
ing lor two year.
Uev. .. W. Crawford, of Greensboro,
has I icon elected chaplain nnd prolessor
f biblical htcrnturc at Trinity college.
v.,i I. S llnaat-tt. of Durham, will Ik
princial ol Trinity Academy, which will
tnke the place of the college on its removal
A Concord iinrtv of fishermen captured
201 pounds of carp at one haul liesiilcs a
bucket full of white Krch, a turtle and
some they didn't count. On the way to
mil from the ground tney wiico seven
squirrels. So il was not such 11 luiil day
w A. Stiles, the railroad contractor,
nlHitit whom 11 great ninny uncompli-
. ...... 11, i.a Imvit !irrtt anid hitctv.
IllCll.tll , i,... -t -- . .
ha brought suit ngnmst the Roanoke
and Southern railroad uir iinrtv inoiis
11 nil dollar for nmouiits due on con
tracts and lor damages.
liarncst effort nrc IKing made to in-
luce Governor Fowlc to commute tne
l.-mli u-nii-nre of Ionian Pritehctt, con
victed ol Murder nl Oxford. June 27 is
11... .Ii,ii- he will die if the coventor docs
not interfere, but there nrc good grounds
for the liehel Hint a commtiinuun win ik
V. O. Pearce. of Person county has
Ikcii placed under $700 bond for Ins up-
iKnrnnee nt court. 11c is cnnrgcn mm
IKing one nl a mob of masked men who
. .1.- l:l . U...Um n.i.l lilltL
entered the jail nt Roxboro' and took
therefrom n lot 01 wnisxcy wnicn uau
been stored in the jail by revenue officers
for safe keeping.
There is n policeman in Charlotte who
wn Isirn nnd renred in Mccklrnbiirg. He
i. 1 lie father of four children. He hns nev
er teen a river, bus never Ikcii nn a train
but once, nnd then irom tnarioiie to
Matthews, nnd hn never lieen out of
Mecklenburg, further than (.niiarru and
Vnion cmmtie. Charlotte New.
Priil-iv evening iust before five o'clock
when tlie sun wn blazing hot nnd the
nit-reurv towcrimi uitnbovcUO.thc Wnsh
inglon telegraph oKrator asked over the
wire if it wa ruining in Greenville. ('Ki
ting a ncgntivc answer he said they were
haiMiio- a n-o-iilnr snuiill down there and
It was raining hnrd. The Tnrboro office
iu-nnl this nnd anid the policemen were
out prinkling tin treet uptherc. These
towns are iutt twenty-five mile apart,
nnd the alio vc how just what differences
there enn be In tliort distance. urcen
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of I'hnrmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
They in i Spfdflc.
fantalntaa !. brf
IdNuraarrallra. la rira
Vnr aau bj araffUU ar bj
?oocr5. I uncruMy noun nn
IIVI f annrv vtaww w
ii Main St., Buffalo, N.Y, and littunatlonal Bridge, Out.
VIIK SALIC II
If your prescriptions ure prepum! ut
('runt's I'lmrmucy you can iiunitivily dc-
fiend upon these facts: I'irst, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound.
ed carefully and accurately hy an exieri.
ciiced I'reseriptionist ; and third, you will
not Ik charged nn exorbitant price. You
will receive the last goods ut a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Vharmacy, 2 tSouth Main street.
Prescriptions fdled ut all hours, night
or day, and dcliveied tree ol charge to
any part of tlie city. The night Ml will
Ite answered promptly. Vrunl's I'hur
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grunt's Pharmacy you cun buy any
I'utenl Medicine ut the lowest price yuot.
eil by any other drug house in the city.
We arc determined to sell us hw us the
lowest, even if wc have to lose money by
sodding. Wc will sell ull I'utcnt Medi
cines at lirst cost, und below thut if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest assortment vi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over L'OO
skins, ull sites, at the lowest prices.
Wc arc the agents for Humphrey's
lh'nia:uputhic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods ulwuys on hand.
Use lluucomltc Liver fills, the liest in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly reliable rcmeily for all
blond ilisenscs is lluneondie Sursaparilla.
Try a buttle nnd you will take no other.
J. S. CHANT, f 1. (.'., Pharmacist,
J S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Clone buyci'H will plonse nolo
Uio following great induce-
tiieutM this week :
Iilaek Moliair ISrilliiinliiieH
nt .r0 and 7.V., formerly 75e.
and $ I.
IMack TainiKe Suitings, (50
and H7h, former price 75e.
Itlaek Camel'M Hair and
Srgo Suitings at 75e. ami
1, formerly ijfl and Sfl.2.".
IMaek French Ilenriettis,
."()(!., 7."m'. and 1, former
priire (mi:., 1 and tfl.2.".
raiicy Moliair Hrilliant-
r0c. und 7."c, former
i.f. nun tfi.
l-oloreii iienrieiiasui -'.ic,
lOe.. .r0(!. ami 7.V., worth
Domestic ami Import'il
Challies at ."., Sc., ami VJv.
V ash Dress l''abrics, Liiwiih
and Prints at .'l!e. and up.
French and Domestic Sat
ines nt popular prices.
Press (iinghams and Sccr
suckers, largo variety.
Out ing Cloths, Table Lin
ens, white and colored.
Whitu (!oods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Jlani-
burgs, Lmti's, Uiiilerwear,
tllovos and Mitts. Largo
assortment and low prices.
l'arasols and Sunsluulos.
tho most attractive in the
city. Trices lower than olso
lust received A new lot of
Muck and Cream Lneo Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
Something ISow ve sell
tho only absolutely Fast
I, lack Hosiery in tho market
made hy Smith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Hoys.
They are guarunteod not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STHKKT,
Oupeslta Bank tt AsberUl.