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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN,
Asheville Daily Citizen
t FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, :
Tub Whkki.y Citizkn li full of local niitl
Stale news i JttHt the thing to send to anyone
Inquiring uliout Asheville. Issued Thursday.
.Single copies 0 cents, mulled. Only ft (io,
Not exceeding three lino,
One Time, L'O cents. Three Tiuica, 00 cents.
Six Times. 7B cents.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 40.
A place planned ami devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
fulnoss ami beauty of
An elevulion of.:t,NOO feet,
It is being laid out witli
taste anil skill, with well
graded roads ami extensive
A deniinble place for line
HliATlll I I. HOMliH.
A good opportunity fr
prolitnblc investments. Foi
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Mnvillc, Mitchell '. N. C
DRUMMERS SAMPLES OF
Aprons, Handkerchief unci
At g.1 H-rul unil tr it.il. Ics limn
All New UiiU l.alcl Hl !
TJ 8. MAIN HT.. AltllHVII.I.K.
n Tin: ci.ck h
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
I.l 11 'A I.
Views and SkctclieH
Wi.ro II. IIWVN. YY. W. WllT
GWYN & WEST
(Miicccssiira to Walter ll.Uwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loitiii Securely IMnvvd at 8
Notary I'ulillc. Commissioners ollh-l
Kcftl liwtntc Ilrokcrs,
Alld IllVCNtlllClll AKCIltH.
Loans sc. unly plnccil at M per cent.
Miller! 11 fc 'l I'nltiin Ave. ftrennd floor,
leiiini l r
JENKS & JICNKS
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
I'IMII INHHHANOK Pl.ACHII IN TWHNTV
(ll'TIIII MUST CIIMI'ANIHH IN
Til 1C WnHI.II.
ACCIHHNT INHPKANCH CO., HI'
KTATIl AOHNTS) I'llH TIIR tillTMIIIT I'IKII
AND lll'KOI.AK I'KIIOI' K A I'll CO.
Room 9 t io, McAfee Mock
It Patton Are., A.hctlll, N. C.
EVERY 1AY THIS WliliK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Ureal Comedy I 'lay entitled
llimlKen withdrawn lifter a very hUcccsslul
run, und we now present our mulehlemi
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POI"
IMIOHS OIMCN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
inOiil' iln Iiiwr refines for
making Ice I 'reams, Sherbets,
W'nter Ices, and Custards.
given away witlieach Freezer
"M(i HACK FT."
A lii"' lnt of Straw Hats
for Men, Hovs and Children
"15M1 HACK IT.
A new Int. of Soft Crush
lats in Brown, Blue ami
'.lack at tli
Ci'iiiiiiet Setts and 1 1 Ji 111-
mocks, all prices, at tne
Sinnd T .minis. Hall Lamiis
Jlirarv Lamiis, Night and
Kitchen I ,niiiii8, Wicks, Chim
neys and JJiirm rs, lower than
anybody, at the
"15IW HACK til .
Dress Duckies, Uibbons,
Neck Wear, Collars, Cull's,
'.cits ami the largest line of
loiincings in town at the
A new lineoffliiighamsand
Chainbra.vs in Solids, Stripes,
Maids and Side Hands at
It is mi est nblishetl fact
lliiit mi it ace in town con
iniiiM ii. Iii'tter iiHsnrlcil stock
of goods sohlat as low prices
'i ilo not make a. snecial-
I v of ii ii v-1 iimr (iiiuess li im
of low prices) but we do takt
iiiimii li-iii i e iii'iile iii tne ex
ii.nl of niif Shoe IniMiiiess.
Ivifiiinu- nil kinds and sclllliir
them cheaper than anybody
else must he the secret, oi ii.
I in mil. hihiihI n nickel for
anything until you nave vis
. W. V Wll.l..
AHTIIKM J. W II.I.H.
AltllliVltl.lt, N. C.
iilllee lliirnnrd lliillillnu. I'. f,
Clnna, WiKX-lnrntliHim IKlullK. e hirevery
elnna of liulldlim nl "hurl notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull and we uii. iiirlild;im
V. A. GRACE,
Will Kxtecuta In
lCncnuRtlc or Oil
Itl'.t-nM ATIVK foiwnoiTHN.
Aldrr an WOOI'WAHII AVIt. Drlrolt.
Mleh., or DUX IM3, Alhcvllle, N. C.
a isc ella nhous.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre-
rintion business in Ashe-
rille, stri villi? at all times to
uv mire Drugs ami sell no
goods that aro not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Overvthing 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, find delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will lie pleased to
meet his friends and custom
We are showing an
unusually large ami
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing (ioods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry (ioods, Fancy
(Soods, Smallwares &
Carpets, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
Out? price system.
7 & I) Put ton Ave.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodation the very I tent this inoun
lulil country ran uhi.nl. Tem rensonidili-
n iiom.ll.le la iniikc them. IIIINiirilH, iul.
IkiwIIiik alley, Imll room, mimic, etc.
F. A. MILKS, 91. I).,
( I'ormerly ut Lyninn Hi Child I,
Hlrlvtl) allrokcraKC BuhIiicnh
I.oniin neeurely dnrril at H uer cent.
In cash will be paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
neai-est. the poinila
tion of Asheville as
shown by the oflicial
census now being ta
ken. You are not liniifed
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
make a purchase.
the nearest guess, the
prize will bo given to
the guess received
I jet all como a nd
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boot, SIioch & Gcnttt'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
SkCMKTAHV IlLAINK ImS Rl'llt II lIK'SBIIJJt'
to the Semite in which lie iuIvhciiIch free
trade with all American cmintncs that
will admit free of duty Hie products of
the United States.
Wb THiiroirr Senator Viiiicc would
brills Superintendent of the Census Por
ter tip with a jolt when lie replied to his
letter in reference to the aliened difficulty
of takiiiL' the census in Asheville, which
was no doubt Kro,s'y exuberated, lis
lie expressed the opinion it was, and as
Senator Vance also says it doubtless
was. The Senator informs Mr. Porter
that if the enumerators have sense
iioukIi to behave decently they would
encounter no more trouble in (jelliiiK the
information they . in Asheville
tliuu they would -anywhere, and takes
occasion to pointedly remind him in re
turn to his assertion Hint democrats
were not refused appointment lis enum
erators because they were democrats,
that he (Senator Vance I had letters from
irth Carolina reeiilliuj u niunlicr of in
stances where democratic enumerators
had been removed, after sonic of them
hud Ix'kiiii work, to make places for re
publicans, sonic of whom were colored
men. He might have added that these
removals were made to ipiict the howls
of the hungry little republicans who
wanted the places and were em aged lie-
cause democrats had Ix-en appointed.
The enumerators who revoked the ni
pointmcnts of democrats excused them
selves for doing so, alleging that they
lid so in oliediencc to instructions from
headiiiiirters. Wilmington Star.
FOR A WORTHY OBJECT.
Since the two boys were bitten yeslcr-
lay by what was supposed to lie a mad
log, it has been suggested that a sub
scription Ik raised and that Hit victims
be sent to Dr. Paul Uibicr's pasteur es
tablishment in New York City for treat
ment. Tim Cmzii.N is always ready to
voice the requests of the people and par
ticularly one so worthy. Tor that rea
son it has caused to Ik placed, in the busi
ness office a pajKr that may Ik signed by
those who wish to contribute to the
cause. 1 lie list is headed hy l Ml-: utii-.n
ith a contribution of $10.
That the good people ol Asheville will
sec that enough nioucv is raised to scud
the boys to New ork, wc have no
doubt. Many liavccxprcsscd themselves
as desirous of giving for that object mid
ill when they learn that a subscription
has iKcn started. The two boys James
Scott and Thomas Corpcning, both col
ored, should have the proier medical at
tention. The Kople of Asheville should
see that they do. Of coursclhcrc is some
uieslion ns to the docf's iH'ing mad, but
the boys should have the lieuelil of the
ICvcrybody is asked to subscrilK to the
list and at once. There is no time to In-
lost. The names of the contributors will
appear in Tim Citizkn from day to day
Urantl Hiivvvhm of mImh Joule
The concert at Citv 1 lull, Tuesday even-
inu. Iiv Miss Inline Icnkins, assisted liy
artists from the Cincinnati College ol
Music, was n genuine musical treat.
warmly attested by the enthusiastic iir
precintion of u fair sized audience, coui
Mscd of Wilmington's most cultiueil
Aliss Jenkins possessed n rare onlcr ol
musical talent ami in liotiiiicruist rumen
tnl mill vocal renditions exhibited n
pleasing degree of culture in her chosen
art. tier voice is u rico, iuo i...p...h.i
null in solo or duet she is cipially pleas-
i.iL. Her sonratio solo. "1, l-.siasi, was
rciulcrcd with the precision ol a finished
iiriint mid elicited a heartv encore. Asa
pianist Miss Jenkins is no less clever tuai
as a vocalist. Wilmington Ml. I Journal
Miss Jenkins lias lately conic to Ashe
ille mid is desirous of securing pupils
Aid Hie HoHitllal.
Wc the mauauersof the Mission Ibis
pilnl wish to cull the attention of 0111
iVii-mU to the nencrous idler niailc by
Messrs. Marker and I'ullam to I lie etlcei
that all the proceeds of their fust day's
nli-a )' i.i-ireiini will Ik uiven to 1 1 it
Hospital. Our liinils are very low mm
this kind oner comes at a most uppoi
Wi U'if everv man. woman nun cnii
in As icvi lie to uo next I iicsimv i e...
iee cream at llurkcr's for the benefit ol
our noble little hospital.
!. 1.. I ATTI IN, rKI-
On iK'half of the lloard of Managers
i..m;vii i V. t'.. lime '-'I. l.S'.MI.
The .innouuccincul that the oK'ra
Patience" is in course of preparation.
i.l lu. .livid...) Ill Awllfvill,'
iiublic charilics." recalls n similar nn-
on iinM.itn ... .--
iiouucemcnl ol last year when the Ml
. i.. i...... .. u.fiu t.ivf.n .'mil InrL.elv nat
in ,..,. "r f-'- -- rt- . - -
ronizcil. No public stalcnicnl ever lie-
ing made as to the approprmtioii oi mat
IiiiiiI and several proiiiineni eunriiy op
gunizalioiis U'ing omitted in the divis
in, the iniit.iry lias never vci eeas-u
........ ' - ..t .1... I L.l.. To. .,.,.. r
' V lllll OlTllllie in mi. ..i.nv . ,......
cccds?" An explanation will doubtless
aid In tne success oi i nncin-e.
tiuvHlM at II. e OiikH.
Ainomr the iincsls at the Oaks Hotel
arc the following: J. II. Powell, l.a.l Mrs
S. II, Collins, Muster Walter Collins
Mi Katie Powell. Mrs. L. II. Powell
Poolcr.C.ii.j A. P. Tinglcy, Million, N.C
Dr. nnd Mis. DeWilt Webb, St. Angus
tine. Phi.: R. A. (Jury. Kiclmiond ; Geo
It. Chimin. Iloslon; C. D. Tullis, luifala
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Lcvy.NcwOr-
lenns: Mrs.C. 15. l.nttinicr; Mrs. U. V
Tvler: Miss A. M. O'Hrynil, Nashville
Tcnn.j Mrs. G. M. Williams, Augusta
- J j - - - '
Louis Shcrfcrsec nnd S. U. Grillith, of
Hock Hill, S. C, are nl the Grand Ceil
Mirt.ndirs call and sec the new royal
nink tcnliU ghisswnsc nt Drown &
thrush's, under new ojicru house,
MANY LIVES ARE LOST IN
CHICAGO OFFICIAL DEFAULTS
AND RUNS AWAY.
M'nrllHle'H SiieceHsur C'Ikihvii
Tlic I'rc-Hlileiit ul Cnpc May
HouorH Io lllNiiiarvk.
NiiW Vohk, June 11. The latest details
the Illinois cyclone give the following
result: At Orlvillc, 10 killed, 10 injured ;
Harlsville, 1 killed, 11 injured; at Dix
, killed, ."ii injured ; nt Paw Paw, I 7
killed, 1110 injured; at Ainboy, 10 killed,
injured. The ruin in all places is com
plete. Aid was sent to-day liom all
ices near by. Subletlc is also lie-
l.ookH l.lkv Victory.
nelid Io The C'ltU ll.
CoviMiTciN, Ky.Jiuic 11. A full vole
iK-ing polled here and the indications
are that Senator Worth Hickerson. id
nint county, nominated to succeed
Carlisle, will lie elected congressman tu
ny. A full vote is licing polled Ikciiiisi'
the vsvenior was w ise enough to sele-cl
Saturday when democratic farmers al
ways come to town. The labor vote is
TIlV HUVlllllHlH III t'lii.urei.s.
einl to till- Cltlin.
I.osnox, June 11. About a liiimlrcil
socialists left to-day for the great con
gress at Cottbus, ill llinndcnbuig, which
iKgins to-morrow. It is lor the pur
pose of discussing political and trades
incstioiis ami the matter ol tne ireciioiii
if the press.
TryliiK Io Heal lliv Kecorel.
Kiiid IHintch Io The Cillcii.
Xnw Yokk.Jiiiic !fl. Thus alleruoon
mud Crook, of Williams College, the
hamiiioii amateur standing jn,K.-r will
try to Iku; the record at iheclubgrouiids
on liighly-Ninlli slrwl this aflernoon.
New Vork Cimue Clul.
K-eild to The Citilell.
Nicw Yokk, lime I'l. The annual re
gatta ol the New York canoe club is in
progress in New ork bay to-ilay. it nc
gan at 1 1 a. m.
Reception Io lllNUinrck.
SiH-clal to The Cllnen.
Tun llAOt li, llelginui, June '.'1. Pmiif
llismnrck will lie given a royal reception
Vendo this afternoon. To-night lie
ill leave for Uiiglaud.
K-eiill to TllK Citki'.n.
Mavi:xci;, Germany, June -'i. iae
ultciiburg exliibitioii oKiicd here to-
dav. It contains siiecuuciis ol priuiiiig
from the days of Gullcubuig to the pres-
C'ollciie' CIohh Hay.
SlKCIld to Tlllt LITIICN.
XiiVV YoliK June I'l. College events
to-day lire numerous. Caliloiuiii I in
vcrsilv.Cnlifoiuia Stale I nivcrsity, llav-
..ri.,,,1 mid Vale arc cilcbraluu! class
Clly oniclal HklitM.
SiK-ciiu to The Clliirn.
ClllCAiio.Juiie 11. City nilieial I'.uv
has skipiKil with a large sum ol money
IH-Iougiiig to the city.
(ione Io Cape May.
Hneclld to TllK IITUKM.
WASillNii'rox.June 1'". Prcsi.knl Har
rison left to-day lo join the ladies ol Hie
while house at Ciik May.
Trinity Kpiscopnl church Holy c
not, Mini. 7.a I a. 111.. IIIOIUIIIU IHI.ie, .,
o'clock, evening service, li o'clock. Sun
Inv sehool nnd voiniu men's lliblc
'.l..'IO a. in.
l-'ii-ai lloolist ehuieli Sii viivs at II
m. and N.I.. p. in. llaptistu al
Trinity CIiiiik-I lipiwopal church, col
,,r,-,l Moiniiu scrviiv 1 1 a. in.; Sunday
school .'I p. in.; evening service X.'.M p. in
II. S. McDulVey, rector.
Christian church R. W. Stancill, Slate
evangelist of the North Carolina Chris-
linn Missionary Coiivcnlion, will preach
at iheCliiistian chHich.ouChiuvh sireel
this cilv, Sunday al II a.m. and H
p. in. Mr. Stancill is a unlive of North
Carolina mid was for live years paslor
of the Christian church. Trov, N. Y. 1 he
public nre cordially invited to attend.
Central Methodist church Sunilav
school ut ll.ao n. in. Preaching nl 11
n. ni. unil al N.IIO p. in. by the paslor,
Rev. G. C. Rankin.
IM.ie I.amlM Moltl lor ,o,mo.
C. T. Kawls has sold the prois-ny in
South Asheville, adjoining the tlariclt
nlace and known as Pine Lands, lor $:io,
noil. There arc 1 Mi aiicrcs anil me mini
was bought three years ago for $Ui,ooo,
The purchasers lire T. C . Staines, C. I:
Graham and W. L. Shoie, of this city
nnd W. I. C.i-ahnni, of Johnson City, mid
II. A. While, ol Madison county. The
land will Ik held for some lime unit will
eventually lie sold in lots
1,1 Two Nliorl MonlliHi
J. II. Hustle has sold to George W.
Culpcighl acres on the lleaverdam mud,
near Kamiith, for $10,niio. Mr. Hoslic
purchased the properly two months ago
for $'JS0 kt ncrc and it sold for $l,aoo.
Wf'Hrown S: Thrash have n licnuliful
line of Austrian china, decorated toilet
sels, also llnvilaiid'chiun dinner and teu
sets very low.
The Kay IMace Hold.
James M. Campbell, recently of Proyi-
Icnce, K. I., and C. It. Grahaiu, of this
ily, luive purchased the J. lv. Kay place
on Chestnut street, for $;iy,.ri()0, and the
proKrty of.Mrs. M. Holland adjoining
for $7,r00. The ciitireHirchaseeontains
10 acres, and is one of the most Ijcniitiliil
pieces of proierty in the city. It will
probably Ik sold in lots nt an early dale.
Home New Feature.
With this issue Till'. Cmzii.N will In-gin
the publication on every Saturday us an
additional feature of the supplement, ol
the international Sunday school lesson,
ith commentary by Rev. D. M. Stearns,
and will also present to its readers the
complete plan of u cottage of some lip-
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Slatcsville UT.s time by a new town
li.-islei u Carolina's crop prosiKcts art
said to be line.
The ai'adeiuv of music at Charlotte
liciug inndc over into n hotel.
Salem proposes to sicml not less than
111,0011 on street improvements.
Watermelons have niailc their apiKur-
iiuce in llic eastern part of the State.
The commencement exercise's of St.
Mart 's seminary ut Charlotte closed to-
Lieutenant Governor Holt has just
harvested the poorest wheal crop he
The Slate Chronicle is the official or
gan ol the .Mill II inrouiiii icacucrs
A i ii ilie.-i I i ill will be made to the next
legislature to extend the corporate lim
its of I In lord.
pour convicts have died in the past
lew days in Rockingham county at one
l the stockades.
Kalciuh has lelegranhcd Senator Ynncv
to come down and deliver an address on
the glorious lourlh.
I iiiriiicz a terrific wind storm nl Pilot
mountain two dwellings and a guano
oust- were blown down.
Henderson is organizing n laud itu-
iirovcincnt i-oninanv. I hey nave se
cured l.oiio acres near the city.
Lots of Irish potatoes were raised i
lleaufort countv. but the nrie-es were so
low that there was no money in tliein.
loscnli Parmer, n young white man
living iiIkiiiI three miles from Wilson was
struck and killed Iiv lightning miring 11
Charlotte is lo build a in-nnaiieiit nii-
litorium. Charlotte is making rapid
strides toward the hunt ol the proces
The Charlotte Chronicle claims a
liiekcu thai heralded its release from the
shell by Hopping its wings and crowing
loiullv three tones.
The commissioners of Nash county
have awarded the Rockv Mount Light
lutnnlrv Ssk.imi lor their services (luring
the incendiary tires last winter.
Win. Rickcrt. n colored man living at
Statesvillc, had his house struck by
lightning ami burned down. A collec
tion was taken up lor his relief.
TIip Wee Hi-roc Daily loiinial will Ik
so Id at iiubbe auction I line l'i Iiv r.. I:
llarier, the surviving member of the
In in ol Minn cc iiariK-r, proprietors,
Dr. I. A. I Indues, of I'nvvttcville, has
Ikvh iioiHimleil a delegate from North
Carolina to the iuteriiational medical
congress lo Ik held al Merlin in August
Mr. W. T. Henderson, of Dallas, lost
two gallons of bloo lby hctuinorrliage
and was expected lo die. His physicians
saved his life bv transfusing lamb's
blood into his body.
Tin. I'linirilli'd III' tlip iMllirdft of countv
i-omnnssioners in the counties througl
which the Durham and Northern rail
road rims have assessed that road lot
luxation nl $1,01X1 ki mile.
Rolsrl Powell, li negro prisoner who
lour years ago cm-am-il Iroin Mienll
Kogers, ol l. rail vine, wuiic ocing in sen
to the iieuitciitiary at Raleigh, has lieen
rivapliircil at Coliuiiliia, X
Laura Crosby, a foui lcvu year old col
ored girl living'al Chai lone, started the
hie with kerosene Willi tne usual mums
II she movers she can nllribute it en
titvlv to the skill ol the doctor.
The tileLTin.il ami express comiianii
and Piillman Car Company have been
summoned lo appear IkIoiv me legisia
live lax investigation committee, in ses
sion al Raleigh, lo give full statements
ol their business.
A cow U'loiicing lo Mr. A. II. White
nl South C.icviisImho, Iniiml a bucket nl
red paitil in her wanderings and dipKd
her tail into It. Mic panueii nerseu n
ticrv red with her tail a she longhl llics.
She also drank a gallon but still lives,
, ileum named While was taken from
Raleigh to the Cnitcd States sniteu
liui V at Columbus, I iliio, to serve a six
vein's svntciuv for couiUerlciling. Troy
Garrcll, a liuuous moonsliiucr ol Unmet
count v. was also taken to serve a two
During the linst uuartcr, wilh l.It
convicts, the cxiieiuhlurca at the 'niten-
tiarv were $.iU.l.iO and the earnings
soo.Ili'i,".. showing u urolil ol over $i
I'lio. Two years ago the excess of ex
IH'lllllllirc over vhi innn mm poiiiv 4.1 1
0110 H-r lllolllll.
Mm Garrison, n wild fellow at Mor-
uutiloii. who has lieen acting us ngent
lor his lalher, induced Mr. I. II. Pearson
to endorse a note for $l'J0 that he
eliiimeil his lalher had signed. He and
Chas. Shaping left for Missouri alter ob
tinning the money.
A negro entered n house in Raleigh and
look his seal at the head of the table
just as supis-r was placed oil It. lie Ik.
gaii eating ami ine miiv oi me iiouse,
who wns alone, oriicrco aim in nave
I le Ikciiiuc insolent nnd she hurled n nlate
al him, 11 is forehead was badly cut nnd
he wns arrested.
A Scotland Neck correspondent writes
that there is much complaint in ninny
seelioiis regiiriliiig the incomKtency of
the census enumerators. This is cK
ciallv the ease in llcrtic county. It is
thought that not more than two thirds
of the imputation will Ik taken, ns the
enumerators nre so lneomKtcnt that
they will not gel over their territories.
tbrSiKcinl nrk-es to boarding houses and
hotels nt Drown St Thrush's in nil their
lines of goods.
. S. GRANT, Ph.G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 14 South Main St.
Th lit 1 SmcIHc.
CmuI.I.. mm hr.
Midr. r ..r,.llr.. 1 b.f ...
"'-AOAruv I AhiittKM Til.
HOFFIWI DRUG CO.
55 Main St.. BulTalo. N-VvindlntNiutloiul Bridge Ont.
fult SALS UT
ll'fuur prvscriitivna arc prepared ut
runt's I'luu muvy you can positively tie-
lcinliipiiti these facta: First, that only Hit
imrvst and best drugs and chemicals will
lie used; second, they will be compound-
d carefully und accurately by an experi
enced I 'rescript ionist ; and third, you will
not Ik churned tin exorbitant price. You
:ill receive the best goods ut a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Fhurinacy, S-t South Main street.
Prescriptions tilled at all hours, night
or day, and dcliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. 0 runt's Phar
macy, 2t South Main street.
At Grunt's I'luirmacy you can buy any
'utcnt .Medicine ut the lowest price quot.
ctl by uny other drug house in the city.
We are determined lo sell ut low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing, lie will sell ull Patent Medi
cines ut lirst cost, and below thut if acc
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest ussortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over SOO
skins, ull sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Ihimaniputhic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
L'se iluncomlie Liver Pills, the best in
the world lor liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly icliable remedy for all
blood diseases is Iluncomlie Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle und you will tuke no other.
J. S. Gh'AXT, Ph. 0., Pharmacist,
L4 S. Main St., Asheville, A'. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyers will please note
the following great induce
ments this week:
Hlack Mohair Ihillian tines
at fit) and 7re., formerly 75c.
lllack Tnuiisc Suitings, (0
ami H.V., former mice 75c.
J thick Camel's Hair and
Serge .suitings at i.c. and
$1, formerly $1 and $1.25.
lllack I-reach IlenricttaK
iOc, 75c. and $1, former
rice(5c, $1 and 1. 25.
Fancy Mohair llrilliant-
ines, 5(c. ami 75c., former
trice i.c. ami $1.
Colored lleiiriettasat 25c,
IOc.. 50c. ami 75c., worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c., He, and 12c.
ash Dress Kahrics, Lawns
and Prints at .'le. and up.
i lentil and Domestic Nit-
hies at popular prices.
Press (imghums and ,Stvr
suckers, large variety.
Outing I lot lis, la I ile Lin
ens, white and colored.
White doods, ISiuusooks,
Lawns, India Linens, llani
hurgs, Laces, Underwear,
(iloves and Mitts. Large
assortment and low prices.
Parasols and Sunshades,
the most attractive in the
city. Prices lower than else
where. .lust received A now lot of
I51i u k and Cream Luce Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
Something New We sell
the only absolutely Fast
lllack. Hosiery in tne market
made by Smith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Hoys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STRUCT
Opposite Bank f AahtTtna.