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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Asheville Daily Citizen
t FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Th Wbbklt Citiibn U full of local and
State new. g ju.t the thin to send to anyone
inquiring about A.hevllle. Issued Thursday.
Not exceeding three Unci,
Single copies S cents, malted. Only ai.OuJ,
One Time, US cents. Three Times, BO cents.
Bis Times, 78 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 50.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
5LIN VI LLE.
A phw-o planned and devel-
Situated in tlio
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region nototl for houltli-
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fnliiuu n.iwi luimirv fit
An elevation of .1,800 feet,
Jt iH being laid out with
tiiHte and nkill, with well
jri-nded romls and extensive
A donirablo plnee for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Jnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
BON MARC II E.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apronn, Handkerchiefs) and
At ilik per cntt and 3M, per cent, less than I
All Mew and Mtesl aMylca.
33 ft, MAIN IT., AHHKVILLB,
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BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS I
View and Sketched.
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REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
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Loana rsecurely Flaccd at
Cossailssluatrs of lands.
OWCH aaiaitHatC Haajaaro.
Real Estate Broker,
And Investment Agent.
Loans at- areljp placed st R per crat.
ifvai 94 A 8l Tattoa At. Mreoad floor.
JENKS & JENKS,
HAL CSTATI AND INSURANCI IROKERS.
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Pattoa Are., Asksvult, N. C.
Bvery day this wkuk
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy May entitled
Ma- thdr-w acr . r, -Uc.ri
I run, and we now pmcnt our mutchlcsa
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEEO FOR YOUR USE AT POP.
DOOM OPEN AT A. M.
Big Lot of Harper'
,,NLY kmiitkkn cent
BEST MAKES, PRICE Til EM
MASON'S FRUIT JARS.
Ilatnmoeka and everything
in the line of
CAKAPKAt THAN ANYBODY
1 k k i d k
,. w. II, WILLS.
AHHKVILLB, N. C.
Office Itaraard Balldlag. P. O. Ilus A04.
Ilaas, Bnerlneatloas, lielalls, Ac., fnrevery
ctaas of balldlag at short antics.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIONS A SPECIALTY.
Call aad see as. anrlndflm
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kaeeala In
Kneanatlc or OH
tamllaale-Platral, alaaanca 4k
AddrrsM M WOODWARD AVH. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX lS, Asheirllle, N. V.
W. C. CARMICHAEL
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N.
It will take you but out
minute to roud and you wi
find by doingsoyou can Ha v
money by buyiiitfyour drugs
medicines and such articles
at Carinichael's Drugstore,
His stock fresh and complete
mid at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget tin
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. 0.
You will besurprised to see
how for $H, $1, $12 mi(
1." will go in thepurchnsi
of good, stylishly cut, wel
mnde ('lothing, with Chil
divn's and Hoys' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable uits ol
good n i ten ru nee.
Lately arrived, Men sham
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
lies Kid Oxford Tics, fim
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Iled wood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age f the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVH.
Kl(gant Drug StoiT cen
trally located well venti
a ted easy of luress agi"ec-
able to customers at trac-
ive to nil, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
landsomo Soda Water Ap-
Miratus ico cold drinks nil
ay long fine 5 and 10 cent
'igars and Kinney's Cignr-
ttes ('hoice Perfumery and
Soups Prescription Depart
ment neat and clean Medi
al supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in-
rcasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
shevillo liccomcs the Drug
istributor for a hundred
miles around competition
irlegaU'd to the rear too
aisy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe-
illo, N. C.
In rash will be paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Ashcvillo ns
shown by the oflicial
census now being ta
ken. You are not limited
to one guess but can
guess ns often as you
mako a purchase.
If two or more make
the nearest guess, 1 he
prize will bo given to
t ho guess mived
Iict all come and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Bootf , Shoe & GcntM
THIS DAILY CITIZEN.
NO PAPER TO-MORROW.
To-morrow being the fourth of July,
there will be no pnK.r issued from this
office. Tint CmziiN hopes that every
business house in the city will follow its
example and give to its employes a holi
day to-morrow, and that every one will
enjoy the day as much as the employes
of Tint Citizen think thev will.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
loss JJuav in not goinj,' to liavc itmiitc
all his own way in the Pennsylvania re.
pulilican camiiugn. Thomas W. Phillip;
i if New Castle, a millionaire oil producer,
who was generally talked of as a candi
date for the republican nomination for
Oovernor, but who refused to wrniit the
use of his name, lias !ie!red positively
against Senator ik-lnm-iter, the nominee
of the Hurrisliurg convention. In stating
his position he says :
"Such an exalted nosition ns irovernor
oi a great state like ours should lie tin
sought, or the position should Reek the
man. nut in the nomination ol Mr. IX- a
muter we have an examiile of ucrsistent
personal enort on lus part and on the
part of the chairman of the repuhlican
iiarty of I'cnnsvlvania. the latter owinu
his misition to the former. There was no
public demand lor cither. The ittatc cnm
iimieeaua inc counlv committee, we
nave reason to believe, huve had every
pressure orougnt to bear upon them ti
work tor tins scll-appointed candidate,
We arc clad to note that one rcpulili
can i,as the necessary nerve to go hack
in the iJuny convention, but when he
sieaks of the office necking the man Mr,
'liilhis is u number of years behind the
tunes, flint's the way it once was, but
they play the game differently now.
TllK Washington Post of a recent date
contains a communication by sonic one
who signs himself "W." and who ndvo-
ntes the re-election of Congressman
wart. The fact that all of the Kwart
pniers in this district noticed the com
inumcntion and republished it when
probabjy nut one of them is on the ex-
hungclist of the Post, scents strange.
More than that the Washington paper is
not in the habit of admitting commiini-
ntions advocating the reflection ol
Congressman Ewart except at the usual
Advertising rates ami it would seem that
Mr. Ewart wus indulging in the amusing
little game of writing letters to hinis.ll
It is a very ancient scheme at the licst.
The communication is ns follows:
l-.ditor Post: I have not the honor ol
Mr. Kwnrt's ncatiaiutancc. and have
never seen him, but as a native of North
Carolina, though not a resident, I wish
to express tnv gratification nt his con
duct at the caucus when the force bill
was under consideration. If tiiiv one
thing is sacredly valued bv her irmiiIc il
the love lor her which alwavs rise
above iersonnl ambition when her in
terests are at stake. Wc do not belong
to the same Hliticnl party, but how
oiiki lite old htulc more honor herscll
the by inviting this loyal son of hers to
continue at her representative ? W,
A I.ocai. official of the Richmond and
Danville in a private communication to
Tun Citizkx answers the letter of a cor
respondent asking why wc do not have
round trip excursion rates from this
M,int to North Atlantic Const summer
"This question was brought up by Mr.
Wolsey in January, INH'.i," writes the
official, "and we wrote him on the sul-
icct during that same month, but prob-
bly not as fully ns weslmulil have done.
In any event the circumstances which
prevent us grunting such rates to Ashe
ville nt present arc as follows:
"The Pennsylvania railroad unci the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, members
if the Trunk Line Association, decline to
allow the railroads in the Southern
Slates having a Northern outlet at
Washington to make Siccial tourists
rates to Cnie May, NcwKirt, Saratoga
and any of the iimimvrcsorts north ol
the Potomac river. Then-fore to give
our iieoplc advantage of round trip tick
ets to those points at less than regular
rales, the entire concession would have
to be made by the Southern lines, while
the Northern roads have siccial rate
tickets on sale at Washington to those
resorts which would make the cost ol
the trip not greater than if wc should
make u siecial rate to Washington ami
How the lines North their full rates. Wc
have not, therefore, deemed it advisable
to make the reductions nt this end of the
line, but rather to grant siccinl rates
to the mountain resorts in Virginia and
along the Atlantic Coast as far north ns
Fortress Monroe mid inrmit the North
ern lines to make the reductions for tour
ists wishing to sM-iul the summer in that
II these lines wotiui agree lor the South
ern Passenger Association to sell through
tickets to Saratoga anil other such re
sorts on the same basis that wc mnke
rates south of the Potomac, we would
then be willing to sell the through tickets
id uive our natrons the advnntnuc ol n
reduction over both ends of the line, but
matters now stand I do not see how
eenn well do so."
He states that our former correspond
ent was in error as to the sale of tourists
tickets to New York.
Such tickets arc not on sale from any
inlhern Kiinl that I know of," he
rites, "nor nrc similar tickets sold at
v Southern city cast ol the Mississippi
river to any of the Northern resorts, un
less it maybe New Orleans and one or
two other Hiints which have the ad
vantage ol water trnnsHirtation.
This would seem to settle the matter
nalarntthc Kiclimond and Danville is
oner rued. They are eontinunlly work
ing for a siecinl rate from Hiints along
their line to Northern resorts, null It is
the Trunk line association that is keep
ing them hack. Hut no matter what the
reason is Asheville rnnnot afford to let
this matter drop. Now that it il up it
should he thoroughly investigated and
very iMtssilile ctlort made to secure a
cheap rate lor Asheville.
FOUCHT TWO HOURS.
A RIOT BETWEEN CLOAK
MAKERS AND TAILORS.
KEMMLER GOES TO BUFFALO TO
Idaho Ih Now a Stale A One Hun
dred TliouHand Dollar 1'lrc
In Concord. N. II.
Six-dill to The Cltlien.
Nbw York,. uly 8. The cloak makers
attacked the working tailors on Ilroad
wny thiii morning. The riot lasted two
house. Ten were injured and nuii.y ar
rests were made.
His IihI Trip.
Silnl to The allien
Arni'KN, July .1. Kcmler left lor Ilul-
falo in charge of Warden Durson this
morning. He will be sentenced this af
A BlK Block Burned.
Siierlnl to The Cltilcn.
Coni-okh, N. H July .'I. The Dow
block burned here to-day. The loss is one
hundred thousand dollars.
Idaho Now a Mtate.
SKL'lal to TllK ClTIXKN.
Wasiiinoton, July 3. Idaho is admit
ted to Statehood. The President signed
the bill this morning.
WIihI May be none,
J. Wiley Shook, formerly of the Clyde
Kcgistcr, was ill Asheville yesterday on
his way home from Washington. Mr.
Shook gives some interesting news re
garding the Haves affair. Il is promised
in Washington, he says, to wiie this rev
enue district out entirely by consolidating
t with the Raleigh district and let tlic
republican kickers take the bitter dose
the beat they can. The complaints from
rcpiiblicniis ol this district have been an
ye sure to the different administrations
lor n number of years and now they in-
cuil to adopt heroic incisures.
II is needless to say that the news is
not joyfully recti ud in local republican
It is said that liaves will be retained as
Icputy collector nt Statcsville.
Able lo ico lo IiIh Home.
Mr. John II. Scarborough, who was
limed in the railroad wreck near Mar-
hall recently, left for his home in Knox-
villc yesterday, lie wasaccompanied by
liis hrothcr-in-lnw, K. I'lilkerson, of
1'azcwcll, Tenii., and Mrs. I'lilkerson.
Mr. Scarborough is not entirely recti v-
red but is doing well.
isled of Heart ItlNcane.
Mrs. Win. Davidson died nt her home
on the Swiinuuiioa river, ten miles cast
of the city, yesterday morning. She was
7n years old and died of heart disease.
The funeral was held nt Swnimaiioa
liuich this morning.
HIckorv'H BlK Uav.
IliCKoitv, uly 3.-Prof. W. W. Mcliw-
n with his big balloon has just arrived
tnd is making preparation for the ascen
sion nnd imrachtitc leap at the height of
ight thousand feet nt the fair grounds
To-morrow the Mstollicc will Ik- os-n
from U to U.Mll a. ill. mill from ti to O.Mli
Alter the I'ourll. of July.
We iut him to bril In his little nluhtK'iwn.
The worst hiittrml )iiuiiKttr there was lit
Ihf town :
Vrt he .nlil ns hr nM-nril tils only well eye:
Kan, 'ran, lor inr juiiy inn rnurtii m juiy :--
wo thumbs anil right AnKrr Kiln lint
wrrr tle.1 uit.
In hi. head mi Ihiihi like an ullc down
ntl his .mile wus illslnrtrd, his nnse all
t'lnm the Joys of the glorious I'onrth of Itily.
V'r were ulntl j lie hml started iihniful with
Anil nil ilny hr hail lived in the H,wiler mill
VYhllt the tmom nf the ennnon murril nn to
To tiilutr young America's I'mirih of July.
.nlil, wr wrrr k'siI nil the itlcvrs wrrr therr.
s wr ilnstrml .nil lioutul them Willi Irir
Itut nut or the wrrek enme tne words with a
It tu,nmrrow wnsunly the fourth of July!"
Mr will icrow all lourthrr nitnln, nrvrr ftnr.
Anil Ih rrmly to erlrlirnte Irreitum nr. I yenr;
Mrnnwniir, nn ni. irieuus an' uiimi uuitikiui
ermkerlrss tat'lventonth 'twist Pourlh of
'r kl.srd him uuuil nluht nn his Hiwtler-
'c lin his lirulsril imnils Roflly down In
Anil hr miirmrrril, NR sleep closed his tine
niH-n r v:
"I wish rvrry ilny wns the Potirlh of July '
Nrw Vork Hun. M. I'hrlps liawsun.
PropoNlilon for a City Park.
T!ie undersigned hereby niost rcsiect
fnllv offers to the authorities of the city
of Asheville, ninety acres of the lluriielt
land ncnr Kauioth, including about
twenty acres ol the Woodlin mountain,
with the electric cars running to the cen
tre of same for $I.'i.imhi. payable in
twenty years six kt cent bonds. This is
n rare opiort unity of arciiring n most
desirable pint of land and choice location
for a park. KcsHvtlully,
J. II. IIostic.
(rtf The display of artistic work done
on sewing machines is os n nt the office
of the Singer Sewing Machine company,
OK South Main street. All the ladies arc
couiliiilly invited to attend. A valuable
piece ol work will lie given at the close of
the exhibition and drawn by n visitor.
All attending having a chance.
Nr'Krml the nnnouiicemcnt of the
sale of the Woodlin prowrly on North
Main street. This lias Ikiii tastefully
laid out into liciuttiliil residence lots.
The desirability of the location is lot.
well known to need any comment. Mon
day, J uly 7, is the day,
WSixx-inl prices to hotels and board.
Ing house in nil lines nt llrown rfc
Thrush's under new ticra house.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
Severn! horses were killed by liglilni
at Danville, Ky.
Cotton prospects in South Carolina arc
tile best lor years.
Kiclimond, Vn., contributes 2.10 to til
lvuroieun tourists this summer.
South Carolina is trying to organize
poultry and pet stock "association.
In Danville. Vn.. only ciuht nuirri.i,.,.
licenses were issued duriiiL' the moi th of
Kiclimond. Vn.. claims that. 1.(1(111 of il
jwople were entirely overlooked in the
Clins. Devinc. an IS year old while
Ihij;, was run over and killed by a freight
irum near urisioi, i cnn.
Joe Lynch, colored, was drowned nt
llarriman, Tenn., while wilding in the
i.niory river, lie was tli unk.
The annual convention of the South
ern railway and Steamship association
win ix' ncai in Atlanta Wednesday J uly !
C. C. Ileiidersoii, of l.incoluton. N. C
was kiiico ny w. n. l arker, ol lireens-
biiry, l.a., in a iiinrrel at MeConib City
Atlanta is threatened with an ice fam
inc Irtmiirc the factories cannot obtain
enough ammonia to carry on the iiianti
Jos, Keith, town marshal of Childers-
burg, Ala., was shot and killed hvnn un
known negro tramp while trying' to ar
The siijicrvisor of Knoxville estimates
l lie iKiiitilation ol the city at JI.'I.IMHI,
II all the suburbs were added the Hipulu
Gov. Fleming, of West Virginia, has
withdrawn the rew'irils offered some
tunc ago lor the arrest ol the meinlicrs ol
Hatlicld-McCoy vendetta party.
lohii (Ireeu took a dose of inorntiitir
i'i me iiirHine oi eiuiiug ins me at llar-
niuaii, Iciiii., but thrUoi'tors used the
stomach pump and saved hint.
Miss Mamie Rogers and Miss Oiieeuie
Woods, of Nashville, guests nt the Look
out Mountain Inn, were roblnd of dia
monds worth $(iiin. Their room was
. A. Vt. Chocklctt, a messenger hoy ol
seventeen, employed by the Norfolk and
Western Kuilroud company at Kounoke.
Vn., was thrown unilcr the wheels w hile
riding un n shilling engine and fatally in
Lightning set lire to the Knst Ken
tucky Normal College nt Cntlettsbtiri!
K' ami it was totally destroyed. Three
young ladies were shocked by the light'
uiiig, and one ot tliem, .Miss Cnlla May,
Mrs. Mary Swab, a widow livini! near
rrniiklin. Kv.. killed herself livtnkiiii nn
overdose ol laudanum. It was the sec
ond attempt at suicide she hud made
within a year and il is the general hc-
licl that her mum is impaired.
It is now thought that n cave under
the maiding was the cause ol the collapse
ti nriscocs mock at Knoxville. Ihr
theory has n great many Iwlirvcra for
lie workmen loiinii iiitticultv in nettinc
a solid Imihc when work wus begun.
While the iieoplc of the North, writes n
U-orgia editor, are sweltering in the heat.
we are silting under our own vine ami
hg tree, with a wntermellon on one side.
a jug of cider on the other, four mile
from a railroad station nnd seventy-live
miles from our mother in Inw.
A passenger and a construction train
ollidcd between Augtistn nnd Green
wood, S, C, on the Port Koynl and
Western North Carolina railroad and
Fireman Andrews was fatally hurt. A
numlKT of passengers received injuries.
The wreck is described as n complete one.
Wnrrenton Georgia's benrdcil woman.
Miss VMrn Pinsou, died recently, aged
HI years. For half of her lite site has
worn a black U'lird fifteen inches long.
Miss I'iuson was often approached by
liowmcii but rclusctl nil ol their oners
and lived in retirement in Iter country
home. She never married.
Ih the mane of n horse which was sold
at the lliiffnlo, N. V., market was found
note which mid: "This is Maud
Sherman. Treat her kindly. She is a
real lady's horse, kind to ride or drive.
mid is ipiirt. She was horn in old Vir
ginia, and driven from there to Curding-
oii.ii., nnd lias iktii mv ruling norm
for several wars. Please be good to her."
It was signed Annie Miermaii.
The Norfolk nnd Western railroad have
adopted a shrewd plan. They have laxn
lined lor running their freight trains on
Sunday, but the Inw doc not apply to
iM-rislmhlc Irriglit. 1 hey now evade Un
law by putting one or two cur loads ol
(rrislmhlc freight on the train, and in
nnl way are cnaiiieil lo carry n much
other freight on Sunday ns they desire,
witiioiil iieiug molested ny I tic law.
At Wheeling, West Virginia, nn elect ri
al storm lusting an hour passed over
he city. The telephone exchnnce was
so damaged that it will be ten days Is:
lore it can k used. The People's bank
was struck by lightning but the fire wns
extinguished without any wirticulnr
damage. Ten thousand tropic who were
wali'hum ihr annual pa rude of Die Amer
ican glass blower union were exposed
to its fury.
As the rcsiiit of the shooting match
near Cohutta, Gil., la-twccn M. I.. Davis,
a merchant, and Kobrrt Fnrncs, a far
mer, I 'avis is dying mid l.arnrs n fugi
tive. Davis, accompanied by friends, ac-
oslcd Karnes, who was working in his
Held, demanding n retraction of the re
Hirt that hr, Davis, hud Is-en instru
mental in having Ivarues' barn fired.
Ivamcs replied that he had charged nnd
lielieved it. linen man drew his pistol,
but Fumes got the first shot, hi bullet
Hissing through bis opsinrnts stomach,
avis hied as he fell, but the shot wns a
Mr. Sam Landruin, of Princeton, Ky
went away to St. Louis alter n burglar
who had robls-d his housr and got his
inotiey. In less than two hours niter the
lisenverv of the rohls-rv. Mr. Lnndrum
had n description of llie stolen articles
traveling in all direction. At Padmnb
some ol the articles were secured, but the
thiel was allowed to escniie. St. Ixuis
authorities were notified that he was
coming in that direction nnd to l on
the lookout, lie wns found there and
Mr. Lnndrum identified his prowrt.v nnd
drew from the burglar n full confession
after he hnd stubbornly refused to talk
to the St. Louis iieoplc. The burglar
gives as hi name John Vance.
Mr Send your Hoot and Shoe to Pul-
enwider Pros, to be repnircd by Thomns
w. norviii. vtorxmnnsnip guaranteed
and best material used,
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Cure lvvery Variety of Headache
ANU NOTHING V.LHU.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
null reliable article in the market for the
sjiccdy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IlKAnAClii.. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all ipiartcrM, proves its true merits and
icceptnbility 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 docs not de
pend iikii the subtle influences of such
H)isonous drugs ns
C1IL0KAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
cither ol these. Il is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
ouug and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
lisarrangc the stomach, nnd contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The MX'ulinr advantages of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable a a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
nu unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. Tlicsc qualities make it
the most xipular nnd saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
lUkTiCTloNs I'or l'8h "
Thrilosc Air an adult Is two tcnsMMinfuU
a w ine da of water. IKiac fur children
timiHirtlon, according to auv. In either
case the dine can tic rricatril every thirty
minus until a rare I. rnrctrd. On. dose will
always drive away an attack of llradaebr,
if taken when first feeling the premonitory
ymnlum.j but if the attack la well nn, and
suffering I. Intense, the areond or third doac
may Ik required. Usually a greater number
dora la required to effect tbc first care
nan Is needed for any .ucereding time thrrc-
nfler, showing that the medicine Is aecamu-
lulivr In Its effects, lending towurd an event
ual iK-nnnnrnl cure.
For sale at
46 SOl'TH MAIN STREET.
Wo offer givnti'r iinhico
iih'IiIk to ninli ImycrH of Dry
(Sooilri tlnili 1 1 1 1 v Iioiism in
All our DtimcHlit: (Joods
ounlit ImIoiv the riso of cot-
ii un1 now moIiI at ii mo
Fiiiih iiml I'iiiiinoIh, t Iio
M'st H(M'tioii ill town, ro-
KirtiHH of rtwt.
I'lirtiiiiiH in fjii'iit vniicfy
r Ii'sjm tlimi you cnn buy
Tnldo Linen, TowcIm, Nni-
iim nn1 Poilit'H at priccH
mt ili-fy HiinMtition.
White CimmIh, Kinhroitlcr-
h ti ml Liih'h nt lmlf their
Our HtiH'k Ih very lurp nnd
0 art. ileterniineil to mlueo
Kit! (IloveM nnd Hosiery,
lie iM'st Kloi k in AHheville,
II iitlueeil to bottom riecH.
Wo will untlerHell tho low-
i'hI. Cull ami hh uh U-foro
All OootlH nro now inarkotl
in ilnin flKiireH lowest prieos
in everythiiifj;. Call and con-
4 SOUTH MAIN STRBBT,
Opposlt Aaak W AaarrlUa,