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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN,
Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, :
Til a Wsbly Citimn to Ml of local and
State news; Juat the thing to Mad to any on
inquiring about Aehevllle. iHitcd Thunday.
Not exceeding three lines.
One Time, 38 cent. Three Tlmea, SO cents.
Iglngle co pin S ccnti, mailed. Only tl.ooX
Six Timet, 78 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 46.
ASHEVILLE,. N. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
L 1 N V I L L E.
A place pluiined and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for heulth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of !1,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
twto and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Unvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
BON MARC II E.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Aprons, Handkcrchlcfli ud
At 23 per cent and 33', ier cent. Icae than
regular price .
All Mew end Laics! IMylcs.
BON M ARGUE.
83 a. MAIN ST., A8HBVILL8,
ii tiii placi ro
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
W.LTB I). Ottva. W. W. Wlirr.
GVYN & WEST,
(Succneora to Walter B.Owjrn)
. REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loam Bccnreljr riaccd at
Commlaaloners of Deed.,
or PICR-outkeas Court aejaar
Real Estate Broken,
And Investment Agents.
Loan. em rely placed at a per cent.
Othni 94 se Patton Are. Second floor.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
PI KB INHURANCB PLACltD IN TWHNTV
OP THB BUST COMPANIU8 IN
THB WOK I.I).
ACCIUBNT INMURANCB CO., OP
TATB AOHNTB FOR THB DETROIT P1MB
AND BUROLAR PROOF SAPU CO.
Room a a to, M cAfee Block.
8t Fattoa Art., AshtrllM, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Ha. been withdrawn alter very aucccuiiful
run, and we now present our matchleea
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP.
IMMIRH OPKN AT o A. M.
A. D. COOPER.
100 of the best reciiies for
ma king Ice Creams, Sherbets,
Water Ices, and Custards.
given away with each Freezer
A big lot of Straw Hat
for Men, Boys and Children
A new lot of Soft Crush
Hats in Brown, Blue and
(lack at the
Cronuet Setts and Ham
mocks, all prices, at the
Diu iiitvrwui .
W t .1 T .a w. TTnll T.dmna
Olrffcll.i J-.t.ll'n, .1UII UUill.Cl.
f l...u..ir 1 .nmtu W.irllT-. l.twl
Kitchen Lamps. Wicks, Chim
neys and Burners, lower than
anybody, at the
Divss Buckles, Ribbons,
Neck Wear, Collars, Cuffs,
Belts and the largest line of
Flouncing" in town at the
A new linoofGinghamsand
Chambruys in Solids, Stripes,
I Mauls ana side nanus at
It im mi established fact
that no place in town con
fniiiM ii. l't lir nwHorhul stock
of goods sold at us low prices
We do not make a snecial-
tv of imvlliiiiir (unless it be
of low prices) but wo do take
considerable pruie in tno ex-
rent of our Shoe Dusmoss.
Iveeniiiur all kinds and selling
them cheaper than anybody
kIha imiHt he the secret of it.
)n tint MtM'Ild il nickel for
anything until you have vis
f, W. V. WILLI.
Annum J. WILL..
AHIIBVILLB, N. C.
omce Barnard Building. P. O. Uoi BO.
Plan., Spccincatloni, Detail., ftc, forevcry
clue of building at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and lee u.. apried.lm
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kaeculo In
Encaustic or Oil
Andrew. SB WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX aa, Anemic, n. v.
W. C. CARMICIIAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doingsoyou can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Cai'michael's Drugstore.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy coin-
pctition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street. Asheville, N. C.
You will besurprised to see
how for !JH, $10, $12 and
fir, will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and Boys' Suits in
iVwny below those grades
wo show serviceable suits of
good npjiea ranee.
Lately arrived, Men's hand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
inJUchmoud taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AYE.
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
latedcany of occeHB agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all. by day and night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks nil
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's l.igar-
ttes Choice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and clean Medi-
al supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drag
distributor for a hundred
miles around comiHJtition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Squaro, Ashe
ville, N. C.
In cash will be paid
to any purchaser at
"iny store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Asheville ns
shown by the official
census now being ta
ken. You nrenotlimitMl
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
make a purchase?.
If two or more make
the nearest guess, the
prizo will be given to
tho guess received
Iiet nil como and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
A Citkkn reporter made inquiry yes
terday into the taking of the census. Ac
cording to what was told him morethnn
110 per cent, of those interviewed had not
been seen by the enumerator. This is n
large number. ' It hardly seems probnblv
but it is a fact. Of all the people seen by
the reporter yesterday, not more than 40
per cent had been seen by the enumern
tors. To lie sure a large number of these
numcs have been handed iu by other ieo
pie hut it cannot be that all have. There
must lie a large number of names which
will not apiiear on the list at nil unless
extra precaution la takcu.
Only a lew days morcremuinnndifyou
have not been seen by the enumerator it
bechooves you to sec to it at once that
you arc not overlooked. II you cannot
see him personally drop a postal to him
or Mr. Morris or Tub Citizkn. If to the
latter you will be sure of being seen for
Tiik Citizkn is csiccially interested in
seeing that Asheville makes the showing
it should when all the returns are in.
Do not put this off. It is of the utmost
importance that your name should ap
iiear on the list. See that it does.
It is a fact patent to every one taking
the slightest cognizanccof passing events.
that the South is to-day beyond all com.
purison the most active and progressive
section of the United States. A few years
ago, without knowing the wonderful
nomtibilitiea lvinir alt about them, the
youths of the South were boarding every
outgoing train for the West, bent
upon casting their fortunes and fu
ture with that great section of energy
and push. Such is not now the case.
In every Southern State hope has taken
the place of dcsimndcncv, and in very
many sections of North Carolina, Ten
nessee and Virginin, particularly, that
condition of affairs expressed by the
modern word "boom," is causing the
eyes of the nation to turn towards tbis
territory. And it is a matter of no small
piide that we see Asheville taking her
place in the forefront of tbe march of
progress and development. Sitting as
she docs upon the elevated plateau be
tween the Blue Ridge and tbe Smokies,
her unrivaled health advantages are sup
plemented by resources in minerals, lum
ber, water power and topographical
beauty possessed by no other section ol
the South. And her people arc fust real
izing the rich heritage which nature has
bestowed upon them. Her Jovs ro
longer seek the West, but insteau, in con
cert with the enterprise, pluck and
energy of our population drawn from
the North and South, and Last and
West, and even Europe, they are fast
making of this Queen City of the Moun
tains a plnce which will soon he the won
der of the whole country. Mr. Vundcr
bilt, with the world to select from, has
chosen Asheville as his home, nnd he
was Inte in finding what others had en
joyed for years. The future of Asheville
is no longer a mntter of speculation and
doubt, but a fact well assured. No won
der then that gentlemen of means from
every point of the compass are flocking
here for the purpose of securing homes
while they may be had chenp, and se
lected from such a large area of natural
building sites. All are welcome. There
is no disposition to hold this vast do
main for those already here, but our
people will be glad to have all come anil
enjoy with them this natural sanitarium
of the United States.
Perfecting the Oru;anliullon.
The stockholders of the Home lliiililing
and Loan Association met nt C. T.
Kawls' office in the Barnard building
last night. The organization was er
feeted and the following hoard of direc
tors chosen: Frank Coxc. C. Ii. (rn
ham, C. T. Kawls. T. C. St irncs, C. C.
McCarty. Frank Cli.ipmnn, Jns. Lotigh-
ran, Ii. T. Collins and T.J. Hnrgiin.
The board of directors met nt the sunir
ntnee this morning and elected the fol
Frank Coxe, president; T. J. lliirgnn,
vice president; C. C. McCarty, trciisurer;
C. T. Kawls, financiul secretary, anil
Reuben Mcllrnyer, attorney. The hoard
will meet next Saturday at Mr. Kawls'
office at 3 p. m.
Real Kalata TranafCrn.
B. C. Trexler and wife to Wilev
Inncs. lot 110x100 on Hillside
street $ UIKMM)
I. H. I'nce nnd wile to S. Iv.
Dufficld. lot lo:ix.'l7H. on
Chestnut street :i,(MK).()(l
A. 11. Cooer and wife to M. K.
Carter and I. C. Mclntire.
lot 00x0 on Church street... ,r.00.00
0. A. Shuford nnd others to T.
II. Cobb, lot 75x1 I'D on Illnn-
ton street 101.41
R, F. Driinimond nndi'thrrs to
C. U. Hlimton. lot (Ux7.'l on
North Main and Water Sis... l.HOO.OO
K. M. Stevensnnil wile to J. M.
Hrookshire. Oil'1 acres near
Rev. K. I'. Kiiinley, colored, will ad
minister the rite of hnptism nt the Iron
bridge at the old dcot to-morrow nt 4
King Humbert's melancholia, which
hn. nr.Tn.itnteil his beiiiB watched day
and night, is said to have been canned by
an excessive use 01 cigarettes.
HTWe learn from Mr. n. F. P. nriuht,
agent for the Mutual Reserve Fund Life
Association, of the great increase in new
business of this company. During three
dnvs. lune 2:1. 24 anil 2a of this year,
there were received 1.'I7 applications for
policies, representing $440,000 worth of
new business. At this ratio the Mutual
Reserve Fund Life Association is doing
the Inrirest new business of any Insurance
compnny In this or any other country.
Their rotes of Insurance are low nnd offer
the best inducements to Intending insur
ers. This company will stand at the
head of all insurance companies.
CLIMBS THE LADDER.
A RAILROAD WRECK NEAR JOLIET,
Celebration al the Capital Palace
In Commemoration orttae Fifty.
Hecond Vnlveraary of Queen
Succial to The Cltlien.
Cuicao, June 28. The mercury regis
tered one hundred and ten this morning,
Eight deaths have been reported nt I.n-
Soltc and Galena. In the Inst twenty-
four hours there were four deaths.
KlllvTwo Years a Queen.
Sliedal m.iintch to The CltUm.
London, June 28. A grand celebration
in commemoration of the fifty-second an
niversary of the crowning of Victoria is
in progress lit the Crystul Palace.
A Railroad Horror.
Special to The Cltlien.
Jouist, June 28. The Rock Island pas
senger train was wrecked near here to
day. Two icrsons were killed and ten
The usual services will be held in the
chnpcl in Victoria at 4 p. m. to-morrow.
'reaching by Rev. V. J. Krdmnn. All
are cordially invited to attend.
French Itrond Baptist Church Rev. R.
O. Pearson, the evnngelist, will preach
at 1 1 a. m., the pastor at H.20 p. m.
Christian church, Church street Sun
day school at 0.30 a. m., preaching at
11 a. m., nnd 8.30 p. m , by R. W. Stan
di, State evangelist of the Cliriitirn
church. Revival services at H.30 p. m.,
during tl.e week. The public are cor
First Bnptist church Morning service
at 11 o'clock, evening service at H.30.
Trinity Episcopal church Early com
munion, 7.30 a. m., morning service, 11
o'clock, evening service, 6 o'clock, Sun
day school and young men's Bible class,
9.30 a. m.
Death of Mm. McBrayer.
Mrs. L. A. McBrayer, mother of Dr. L.
. McBrayer, died al her home yesterday
afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. She was the
proprietor of the Western Hotel and was
GO years old. Mrs. McBrayer had lieen
sick for eleven weeks. She was a mem
ber of the Baptist church. The funeral
was held there this morning nt 0 o'clock.
Kcv. W. A. Nelson, the pastor, conducted
the services. The pall bearers were John
W. Stnrnes, J. P. Morgan, E. II. Wright.
J. L. Patterson, Wm. Weaver and J. W il-
linms. The interment took place at the
Riverside cemetery and was largely at
tended by the numerous friends of the
Rutherford College Mol Endowed
Prof. J. N. Ingram writes as follows to
the Charlotte News from Rutherford col
lege: "The report published in the State
press recently that Rutherford college
bad received an endowment of $.r0,000
is a mistake. This beneficent institution
has not yet been endowed. Dr. Abcr
nethey has given at least $.'10,000 in tui
tion to the Kor young students of the
State, nnd an endowment would greatly
enhance the usefulness of the college. The
attention of Mr. Carr.Mr. Duke and Mr.
Vanderbilt and other friends of education
in the State and elsewhere arc called to
To-Day 'a Male of Lot h.
Only six lots of Porter and Walker's
tract on Valley street were sold to-day
The sale was stopid, because the own
crs desire to do some more work on the
streets, hoping to make prices better,
Those sold were ns follows:
No. l.fiOxton, W. II. Gwyn...$ 037.no
" 2. COxlOO, P. P. Clnxton.. T.'.o.lHi
" 3,r0xlor.,R.R. Porter.... 730.OO
" 23, 100x204, W. II. Mears.. 2,r.iMi.oo
" 24, 100x204, C. M. Tntc.... 2,02."i.oo
' 20, 70x83, J. R. Rich 437.00
The first three are on Valley street and
the others on Porter Lane, purallcl with
Arrivals al the Oaks,
Among the recent arrivals nt the Oaks
Hotel arc the following: Miss Louise H
Miller, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. Annie M
Shcib, Cnnton, Ohio; Dr. A. Crawford,
Bnrdstown, Ky.; Mr. A. S. Catisly, High
Point, N. C; Mr. W. P. Wootcn, Wilson,
N.C.iMr.John W. Brown, Raleigh, N
C; Mr. John M. Harry, Charlotte, N. C.
Dr. Wm. II. Boiling, Louisville, Ky.
Mrs. Wm. II. Boiling, Louisville, Ky.
Miss Melville Boiling Louisville, Ky.;
Miss Alice Boiling, Louisville, Ky.; Mr,
Wm. 11. Harris, Morgan City, La.; Mrs.
Wm. II. Harris, Morgan City, La.
With Marked Money.
John Tyler, alius John Prater, was sent
to Inil this morning for larceny. He has
been working for Taylor, Bouis 8c Broth-
ton, sweeping out the store, nnd for
some time the firm has missed money
from the cash drawer. Detective Denver
was put on the case nnd marked money
was put into the drawer. It was found
on Prater's person and I!wuire Stimmcy
bound him over to court In $200 bond,
and In default of the latter he was sent
A Had Railroad Wreck
occurred several days ngo on one of our
most imiortaiit trunk lines. Nobody
hurt hut all the baggage except the
Roller-Tray Trunks was smashed up.
Buy one. Sold hy dealers. Made by H.
W. Koundtrec ft Bros., Richmond, Va.
A bicycle club has been lormed in Dur
ham. Pitt county jail has four insane inmates.
The Raleigh silver cornet band hus been
The Greensboro Workman has a fe
A caroenters' union Is about to be or
ganizer in Winston.
Kernersville and Madison arc talking
of establishing banks.
Benjamin Ruff, a white boy 14 years
old, was drowned in Green county while
Wrichtsville exnects to entertain 1.000
u. uic oiuic guura uunng inc coming en
campment. 1-. . 1 . . . .
Seven deaths from malarial fever have
occurred in Stokes county in the past
Three-fourths of the Hurnet dclccn-
tion are said to be for Col. Wharton J.
Green for Congress.
A Wilmington street car horse was
overcome by the heat on Thursday and
died from the effects.
A little elrl of Mr. Iteninmin Rollins,
near Greensboro, was bitten by a white
oak snake while playing.
Rnleich thinks that its display ol fire
works on the glorious Forth will be the
best ever seen in the State.
A small worm, of a kind unknown, is
destroying young cofn on the bottom
lands in llurke and Caldwell.
Hon. E. E. Smith, the present United
States minister to Lilierin, is home on a
vacation and is at Goldsboro.
The State Dental Association is in ses
sion in Wilmineton and yesterday they
enjoyed an excursion to the beach.
The Rutherford College Tabernacle
meeting nnd local prenchcrs' conference
will be held nt Rutheriord College July
Prof. I. M. Wiicner, a prominent North
Cnrolina educator, has just died at his
home near Knoxville, Tenn., aged 71
Dock Watson, who killed Bob Edwell
with a baseball bat at Greensboro has
given himsell up to the authorities. Both
Isaac Monncy, colored, about fifty
years of age, is in jail in Winston charged
with assaulting busan Lemly, a ten year
old white child.
Whitfield Sparks, of Mitchell county.
has been ncquitted at Marion onachnree
of fraudulently drawing a tension from
Rev. Cornelius Sampson, colored, a
prominent minister ol the A. M. Iv.
church died at his home in Wilmington.
He was 6)1 years old.
Thos. R. Duncan has been appointed
postmnster at Clotho, Henry II. Falk
ner at Macon, Wm. K. Reed at Fair
mount and Izznriah Noble at Repose.
The town commissioners of Madison
have ordered the collection of a special
tax from merchants who are selling cof
fee, soda, etc., with prize inducements.
I. C. Gann, a prominent farmer ol
Stokes county, aged 00 years, was
thrown from a wagon he was driving
last week and was dragged about a
qunrter of a mile. He was dead when
Mr. N. H. D. Wilson, of Greensboro,
graduated with distinction at Vanderbilt
limvcrsitv. rcceivrns the highest honors
of his class and winning the founder's
mcdnl for best scholarship, nnd a schol
arship for the next term.
Sheriff C. C. Kriilcr. of Rowan county.
died at his home at Salisbury after a lin
gering illness. For fourteen months he
has been unable to be at his office and
the duties have been faithfully attended
to hy his son, Wood Kriilcr.
Gcorire Wilson, the neirro who com
mitted nn infamous assault on his own
daughter, nttcmpled to commit suicide
in the jail nt t.rnham. lie gashed nis
throat in a horrible manner nnd had
bled nearly to death when discovered.
Mrs. Cvrus lohnston, of Concord, hail
to move out ol her house with her family
hecuuse of ghostly noises that were fre
quently heard. Some Imys entered the
House a no tearing oil tnc ceiling lounn a
nest of bumble bees, which hud been pro
ducing the sounds.
A reunion of Confederate veterans will
be held nt Blowing Kock on the first
Thursday. Fridnv and Saturday in Au
gust. Mr. Julian S. Lnrr is nsfceil to lie
duel marshal, eicnators Kimsoin nnn
Vance. Governor Ko'vle. Col. Polk and
Gen. Wilder arc invited to senk.
The North Carolina Pharmaceutical
Association will hold its tenth annual
meeting at Morchead City on July 8th,
Oth nnd 10th, at which time and place
the State Board of Pharmacy also meets
for t reexamination of siiehcnndidntcsfor
license to practice pharmacy as may ap
(iciir. Mr. J. C. Stanley, of Mnysvillc, writ
ing in reference to the Bladen County
Democratic Convention held nt Eliza
bcthtown(ns reported in the Star last
Friday) says that the delegates from
twelve out of the lourteen townships are
for Col. W. J. Green for congress. Wil
The Hickory Press and Carolinian
does the iimenile honorable In a certain
case as follows: Owing to the fact that
we were misinformed we were too pre
vious in our publication of the marriage
of Miss llonney to Kcv. u. Keiter Inst
week. The affair has been indefinitely
Hon. D. W. Bnin, state treasurer, while
on his way to visit his brother who is
quite ill at Germnntown met with a nar
row esc.tie in Greensboro. He nttcm
ted to jump from the train while it was
movina. II is face struck the corner of
the ear knocking him under it, but he
wns jerked out before the wheels reached
him. He cscaed with a painful cut on
WTbe fine stock of tomb stones in W.
D. Kowe's marble yard are offered at
twenty ier cent above cost and carriage
for the next two weeks. Call and see
HTFiilenwider & Co., are going to
commence on the directory in a few days
and they propose not simply to get up
a compilation of names in a cheap
book form, but a complete directory ol
Asheville, her people and their business
one worthy the encouragement of all tbe
business men in the city.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRAUB MARK RB0I8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures Kvery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING UL.SB.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa-
tion of being tbe finest, most effective
and reliuble article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hkadachb, The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is nt a Cuthartic, does not
disarrange the stomnch, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
tbe most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIRECTIONS FOR D8B.
The dote for an adult I. two tea.iioonfiila
in a wine kI.h of water. lkc for children
In proportion, according to age. In cither
cae the doae can he rcpratcd every thirty
rainue. until a cure Is effected. One doae will
alway. drive away a. attack of Headache,
if taken when first feeling; the premonitory
ymptoms; but If the attack I. well on, and
.uncrins I. intense, the second or third rioac
may be required. Usually a ureater number
of dow. is required to effect the first cure
than i. needed for any succeeding time there
after, ahowing that the medicine la accumu
lative in ita effect., tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For eale at
4 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
We offer ffivnk'r induee-
nioiiis to chhIi buyers of Dry
floods tluin any house in
All our Domes! i floods
bought before the rise of cot
ton lire now sold at prime
Fans and Parasols, tho
best selection in town, re
gardless of eost.
CurtaiiiH in great variety
for lens than you ean buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nap
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy eoniiietitioii.
White floods, Embroider
ies and Luces at half their
Our stock is very largo and
we arc determined to reduce
Kid CI loves a nd Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
Wo will undersell the low
est. Call and eeo us before
All Goods aro now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank sf ashsrillt.