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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND f OR SALE, J
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InqulriaK abuat AshcvllW. Issued Thursday.
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Biz Time., 75 cent..
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VOLUME VI. NO. 52.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned ninl devel
oping us u
Situated iu Hit)
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
ful iicsm and beauty of
An elevation of :i,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for,
profitable investments. For
illustrateil pamphlet, od
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Uiivlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Aprons, HiuidkcrclilclM and
At 3.1 kt cent und 3U per "' '"
All New and l-ntet Mlyles).
L'il M. MAIN ST., ASHimU.B,
IS TUB I'LSCS run
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Walts. Owvs W. W. Wkst
GVYN & WEST,
tBucveMuni to Walter D.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioners o Weeds,
OfPIl'R-aoutheairt Court ISquare
Real Estate Brokers,
Aud luveatuient Agrent.
Loans securely placed at H er cent.
" Oftices: U Ik 30 I'attun Ave Second floor.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
P1KB INHIIRANCU PLACBD IN TWUNTY
UP TUB IIKMT COMI'ANIIIH IN
' ., i'.i Tim world.
AUUNTB OP TH II TBA VHI.HKH' l.ll'U AND
ACCIIIIINT INHUKANCB CO., UP
,: BTATB AOUNTAPORTIIBOIITKOITI'IRU
AND BUIUI.AU PltOOP HA I'll CO.
i ' ' i . i ;
. Room 9 10, McAfee Block
as Patton Av.., A.heTllhj, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Urcat Comedy Play cutitled
Hun been w ithdrawn utter a very successful
run, and we now present our mutinies
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP,
MOO KM UPliN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
H 1 HI
Big Lot of Harper's
ONLY KKSllTEEN CKNTS.
BEST MAKES, PRICE THEM.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS.
Hummocks and everything
iu the line of
CAEAFEA THAN ANYBODY
I, W. I). WILLS.
AHHBVILLU, N. C.
OAlec Barnard Building. I'. O. lloi (104..
Plana, Bpeciaeatluua, Uctnll., Ike., forevcry
claaa of building at ihort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A 8PECIALTY.
Call and are u.. uprllltl.lm
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kaecutc In
Encaustic or Oil
Addrc.H 96 WOODWARD'AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 343, A.hcvllh), N. C.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
lind by doingsoyou eansave
money by buying your drugs,
medicines and such articles
at uuruiicuuei o uvua otore.
Mis stock fi-esh and complete
und at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, X. ('.
You will besurprised to see
how for H, !, 12 nnd
15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made (.'lotliing, with ( hil-
dren's and Hoys' Suits in
Awny below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Meifshnnd
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, Lnr
dies Kid Oxford TieH, fine
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
iu Richmond taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES ANO CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AYE
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
larttl easy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day nnd night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks nil
day long fine .r and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and clean Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
siMiired, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around coniiietition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Fublic Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
In cash will be paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Asheville as
shown by the official
census now being ta
ken. You are not limited
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
niiiko a purchase.
the nearest guess, the
prize will bo given to
tho guess received
IiCt all eotno and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL.
THE LEADER IN
Boots. Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
"facts and comments.
Gaiaway IIarthidok, the editor of tlic
Suvunnnh Time, who recently K-nt hcv.
cml dnys in the city, li.m returned to his
home nnd lm. written mi internum); c
eount of Asheville and the surroiindiiiKti.
That acema to be quite the style lately.
Everybody who comes here writes oi
their trip for the bvnclit of their friends
who wont to know.
That a mnn can art too ni'ieh of n
good thing hns lieen illustrated again in
New York by Henry Knehlcr, n Casino
eornctist, who shot himself lecause he
preferred death to piny inn in front of the
ballet. His dying request to his wife
was not to nllow his children to go on
the stage. That he was tired of seeing
painted fuccs be gave as the reason for
liia deed. Not mar y 'iicn would have
given such au excuse. To them it is
more of a reason lor living.
J. H. Haves is out with n card in the
Uendersonvillc Times in which he denies
that Congressman Ivwart had auythiug
to do with his defeat. It says: "1 un
derstand sonic republicans arc inclined
to doubt Mr. Kwart's fidelity to my
cause. Mr. liwnrt did ull he could for
my confirmation as collector. My rejec
tion was brought aliout by Senntors
Vnnee nnd Knnaom, Dr. Mott and Chns.
I'rice. I hope my triends will at once
dismiss this injustice to Mr. liwnrt. The
men who defeated me would, I huve no
doubt, be glad to see him defeated too."
Tiirkk weeks ngo Mrs. I,ouisn fliletski
lived at Baltimore with her daughter.
The latter was courted by a music
teacher but the mother objected to the
mnrriagc, and finally the lover said good
bye to the girl and sailed for Kuropc,
after informing her that she would never
him again, lie kept his word. When
the vessel was four days out he juniieil
over board and was drowned. When
Miss Uilctski heard of his tragic cud she
became despondent, and she died from
the effects of s dose of opium. Her
daughter's death proved on the mother's
mind, and so she also killed herscll.
Ip the plan as outlined in Saturday's
Citizf.N with rcKfird to the consolidation
of this revenue district with the Kalcigh
one is true, it would seem as if the repub
lican kickers who have lccn making it sip
warm for Eaves nnd who finally seci.rcd
his discharge, had got a grout deal nion
than they hail tmrgaiiicd for. Haves i.
the looser only by $1 ,oili u year for lie,
it is said, will remain as deputy collector
at Statcsvillc. All of his old deputies
will be retained for the split in the re
publican party is nlloKcllicr too widi
now and it would he far from advisable
to get rid of his npiHiiulccs. So his ene
mies have gained absolutely nothing and
have lost the entire district.
An Asheville correspondent writes the
following to the Knox vilu Sentinel. The
meanest thing aliout it in that it is true:
'The dry weather here has caused the
lawns to look rather sick, especially that
in court square which is in the city's cen
tre. There is a lountnin on said square,
but from sonic unexplained reason, it
plays a stream so small that one must
take a very near view to see the tiny
sprays. The general ililnpuiateu apicar
nnce of that portion of the city which
should of right be kept in apple-pie order
is a disgrace and the old wooden seats
are hacked and hewed with the knives ol
the idlers. Some arc in a broken down
condition, and the grass, which should
he watered daily, is iH-risliiiig under the
hot sun, and no one seems to think to
use a hose on it. Moreover, the l.iwn is
covered with bits of paicr nnd old hones
taken there by hungry dogs, and the
once neat wire fence, bordering the path,
is bent and broken. Very dilTcrenl is the
refreshing verdure one meets with on the
Battery Park lawns. There nil is neat
ness nnd looks and feels like a groat
A COMNKSPONIIItNT of the CIlllllcNton
News nnd Courier writing from Asheville
gives the following viewsof Congressman
Kwart's bill asking the government to
lend money to farmers.
Mr. liwnrt. the rciircsentntivc in con
erossfrom this district, where the farm
ers are very poor, so much sn that scores
ol tlicm live turougn l ne winter on corn
purchased iu the spring nnd summer on
iHirrowed money at u dollar or more n
bushel, hns introduced n bill in the house
of representntives hnviug for its purpose
the leaning oi money iiy me government
on mortgage oi me in r ins m i ier cent
oer annum, but hv a strange ineonsist
eney he exempts from the proioscd privi
lege nil limners wnosc iiiuu is nni worm
If this promised bill is for the licncfit ol
the poor tanners of the district repre
sented by Mr. I! wart, the majority of
whom lire not worm 9000, 01 wiiut nil
vnulauc will it Ik to them .' Money is
borrowed by these )xor farmers often
to buv food until their crops mature, at
most usurious rules: n hundred-dollar
loan or less is often mnde nt 8 iwr cent
interest and n discount of 1!5 per cent.,
IhiIIi on the gross ninoiinl, so that the
borrower of $rl nets no more than S.I 1
Till, for which he returns in six months
( the whole of the interest is exacted I the
S.-ill for which he has given n morluage.
Where Mr. Hwnrl's philnnthrophy for
the poor farmer conies in is liar I to ier
ceivc, but it is ensy to sec ho-v It may lie
turned to the advantage 01 me rien ones.
A former who enn borrow f'i.tlllll may
lend it out to hii xior neighbors on the
terms mentioned nnd mnke a profit of
iust 9W20. uettinit $HU for the loans nnd
paying 940 only to the government for
the interest. He can thus live very com
fortably on the proceeds of other men's
labor. And Mr, Uwnrt hscs before his
constituents ns 0 public hencfuctor nnd as
an cxnmple of a republican representa
tive whose valuable services entitle him
WTSevernl parties from n distance are
I ... 1 . ni II. .Hlin'a ...,, !,.,.
nere 10 uuy i'iujivi,. hi ,1 w....u
TWO ARE ALREADY DEAD.
RESULT OF THE WRECK ON
THE L. & N.
TEN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS LOST
BY FIRE YESTERDAY.
Pour New York Fourth ol July
Murtlc-rerM Held for Trial
Tl.t K.ittrhtM of 1111111)
Sieclul to The I'itlwll,
I.iii isvn.l.i:, July 5. Two of the Iwen-
one iiersons injured by the wreck oil the
Louisville and Northern Impress died
this morning. More will die.
Ten Millions) Lost.
SiH'Hnl to The Cltlu-n.
Nkw York, June (i, Insurance under
writers estimate the losses by -It It of July
fires at ten inillionsof dollars.
Four Murderers) Held.
SlH'cial to TllK-C'ITIHIiN.
Ni-:w York, June !. The four men who
committed the murders here yesterday
were arraigned together this morning
and held for trial.
THEKNICHTS OF PYTHIAS.
New York Iteleirnten on I lie Way
Mews From Milwaukee.
Sirciiil to The Cltlu-n.
Nnw York, July fl. Fifty delegates left
this morning for Milwaukee to attend
the sixteenth session of the Supreme
Lodge of the Knights of Pythias which
begins there Monday. To-night four
sieeial trains will leave here and will
make stops at various isiiuls to receive
M11.W.M Ki:i:, July 5. All the supreme
officers ol' the Knii'lils of I'ythias have
arrived. This al'lei noon they will iusjieet
the camp on the Wenouiincc river. For
the first time in the history of the order
military ideas will be followed out and
ibc cncampim'iii will lie an aetual going
For 11 FuHloti Ticket.
Silll Uliatcll to Hie- Clllnn.
I.11 11.1: Rock, Ai l:., I illy 3. The lead
ers ol the labor and republican parties
arc holding 11 conlerciicc here to-day and
he talk of a coalition isgrowiugstrougcr
ml stronger. Monday the state labor
oiivcutiou will meet to nominate state
otliccrs and nil Tuesday the republican
convention is to be held. F.nch will prob
ably be asked to rnlily the work of to-
New York Mil. tin.
HhvIiiI to Tilt- Clliien.
I'liiiKsKM.l. Camp, X. Y July .". The
State military camp was formally ocncd
here to-day at I'oint of Rocks by the
Murder ul Murphy.
Mr. A. II. Islx'll, who has just relumed
from Murphy is authority lor the
following account of n murder which
occurred there. A man named Could
was stabbed by his wile Monday,
and died Wednesday. He and his wile
had often quarreled and fought while 1111-
ler the influence of liquor, and Monday,
luring one of Ihescdillicultics.hekniK'ked
his wife down with a stick. The woman
junird up, and rushed at him with a sti
letto, stabbing him iiithcnhdomcn. Mrs.
Could will be held until investigation is
made. Public sentiment is divided on I lie
guilt of the woman. Could and Ins wife
had Uvn in Murphy lor about a year,
having moved from Loudon, Kuglnnd,
their former home.
Christian church, Church street Ser
vices to-morrow at 1 1 a. in., mid S..I11
p. in., by R. W. Stiineill. Sunday school
at U.t.'i a. nt.
Central Methodist church Sunday-
school at H.IIO a. in., sacramental service
at tt a.m., song service at h.Iln p. in.
Rev. (. C. Knukin, pastor,
Hr. C. Durham has Ir-cii called home
suddenly ami will not preach at French
llroud llnptisl church to-morrow. Dr.
Cnrroll will occupy the pulpit in the
morning mill Kev. Ceo. Hell in he even
A I'leiiHiiut Ueriuiiii.
A pleasant germnn was given Thurs
day evening at the llatlcry I'nrk hotel to
Miss Malcolm and Miss Margaret Mai-
eolm of NcwHirl, R, I., who have lieen
sK-ndiiiK the spring ill .Miss (,11110 s. Six
teen couples of young society R-ople were
The Per feci Munimcr Resort,
Mountain I'm U Hotel, Hot
Murl.iHM, N. C.
(tracing mountain nir.lK'nuliliilscci cry,
healt h, pleasure, home eomlorts and the
best table in the South. No dust. Pure
and abundant water aud ici lift sanitary
iirruiigeinents. Swimming pool with
hatbiiig suits ns at seashore. Hilliards,
bowliiiH, sbootiiig gallerv, tennis, ball
room, music, nnil a well eiiiipK-d livery.
The baths are the finest 111 America and
the thermal waters are au unexcelled s?
cific for rheumatism, goal , sciatica, ner
vous exhiiiistion and all diseases of the
skin and blood. Resident physician nl
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
nt H.oH n. in., t-.'-".' p. ni. nnd 7 p. in. lix
eursioii tickets including one day's board
at the Mountain I'nrk Hotel k.iO.
Lord William Cecil, the second son of
Salisbury, is n parish clergyman, very
(Hipulnr among nil classes. He is to lie
appointed honorary chaplain to the
Uueen on the next vacancy.
WT SMxinl priei-s to hotels and hoard
ing houses iu nil lines nt Drown &
Turnsh's under new oK-ra house.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Wilmington is to have 1111 electric fire
The cotton crop is three weeks ahead
of itself at Sanford.
lieu Parker, assistant postmaster of
tirccusiioro, is ile.-'U.
There were seventeen dcutlis ill Wil
mington last week.
The Charlotte auditorium company
has liccn incorporated,
Wilmington capitalists are talking ol
a $:.'(, (Mil) hotel at Ucna View.
Two one story huihliius were Inn mil
at Charlotte. The loss was $l,Xi.
A little two weeks old child of Mr.
Ilulley has nine grandparents living.
The llnptist church at l.aiirinhurg was
si ruck I iv lightning anil destroyed dy
John T. Patrick, interstate immigra
tion uciil is quite bick at his home in
The Wilmington Daily Messenger it
four vears old and is otic of the best pa-)K-rs
111 the State.
Dr. T. M. Jones, president of the
(ircciisboro Icmale college is dead, lie
was TO years old,
Winston will invite the North Caro
lina Press Association lo hold its meet
ing there next year.
Morehead Citv celebrated the -111. of
July. There was a grand display of fire
works 011 the water.
The annual regetta of the Carolinn
Yacht club was sailed yesterday over
the Wrighlsville course.
A white woman, giving the name ol
Mary Powers, has just passed through
Wilmington on a tramp.
The directors of the Wilmington and
Weldon railroad have declared u semi
annual dividend of t M-rceiit.
The contract for building Trinity Col
lege has liccn let to Architect I-cnrv, ol
Charlotte. The buildings will cost $l-v
A cotton bloom, the blossom of n
nlaat ol Anril 'Si. has found its way to
the desk ol the editor of the News and
A nail that had found its way into the
foot of a Wilmington mule was pulled
out by an iron jawed darkey who ier
lormiil the oH.-ralion with his teeth.
A wild black liear has lieen seen n
Carolina beach. Several parties ha.-e
hunted it, und n few days ago it was
based into the surl and disappeared.
Lou llrndshaw, a white man who re
sided at Hart's P. ()., Rowan county.
was found dead 111 n wood near Moores
ville. There are no suspicions of foul
W. II. MeAlister. formerly of Charlotte,
committed suicide at Jacksonville, Fin.
Once previous to tins he nail tneii to
cross the river at Wuyeross, tin., via the
Petitions are U-iug circulated around
the Charlotte judicial district asking
Coventor Fowle to appoint J. J. Vanii,
if Monroe, ns successor to J tinge vt, .m.
Shipp lately licensed.
Tlir board nf assessors has finished the
assessment of the Oxford nnd Clarksville
railway, which is fixed at Jti.l'oo er
mile. The rolling stock is owned in Vir
ginia and is taxed there.
Tlie hoard of trusters of the ngricul-
tural and mechanical college at Raleigh
have divided to establish a cannery for
the pin Misc of supplying the college with
its own canned goods.
The primaries have Im.x-ii held in Toi-
sail township, Pcuder county, und Un
delegates have resolved lor Chus. W.
McClamrav for congress irom the Third
North Carolina district.
Six Charlotte uentlemen have inslcom-
oleled the iiun-luiKe of HUD acres ol hind
adjoining the city. It will Ik-improved.
laid out in lots nnil sold. 1 wcuiy-uvc
nercs, However, will is.- reservvn ior
The Fasten! North Carolina) Colored
Industrial Slock and Fruit Fair will Ik-
held at New Heme August 'JO to I'D. The
negroes iu the Fast uro taking much in
terest in it. Congressman Cheatham
will deliver the address.
There is a strum.' nrolmhilily that
Wood K rider, who was a denutv sherifl
of Rowan county under his father and
who iK.-iloiiucd Ins duty laitlilully, will
Is.-appointed to till the vacancy caused
by the death oi lu rill Under u lew days
A Tvrrcll county eorressudenl of the
Ralciuh Recorder writes ns follows:
There is no whiskey sold in the county,
and when the judge last came here to
hold court he loiind no pntqicr in the
iHiorhoiise. no prisoner in the jail, nnd
and no ease on the docket.
As Mr. Caleb llradley was coming
1110 Custoniii on his mule the animal lie-
caiiie liigliteucd and threw his rider to
1 he L'roiini . nreilKliii: 111s inigii. .111.
llradley was immediately taken to bis
Inline, about one mile distant, und n
physician sent lor who set las leg.
John L. Sullivnn was awake when lie
passed through Salisbury 011 his rrienl
trin nnd was iiiiiiarcutlv gratified at the
crowd of people who were at the depot
to sec him. At any rate he threw a
handful ol small coin through the win
dow just to watch the small hoysscrum-
lile nun smiicii a nappy sonic.
Rev. Ccot-gc Washington Cray, who is,
as his naiiie would indicate, a coon, got
into a light with Deacon Charles Hagan,
who is also shulitlv colored, near l. liar
lollc. The cause as alleged by Cray was
the accusation Ivy llagnu that Cray and
three wives. 1 he reverend was lined $1
and costs and the deacon one ienny,
The democratic convention of the
Fourth judicial distiict has liccn held at
Smithlield, Johnson county. Oil the first
ballot Spier Wliiltakcr was nominated
for indue, lie was aniHiiuted Indue by
Coventor Fowle last Novvuilwr. The
convention nominated li. W. I'ow.jr., of
Johnston, for solicitor. The convention
Nenr Ashchorn two colored hovs were
playing on n bed when a pistol, which
wns said to have been concealed some
where about the lied, wns discharged,
the bull entering the left side of the
voiiuucst bov, irom the effects of which
he died. The pistol wns afterwards
found underneath the mattress, on top
of the straw tick. The whole affair is a
mystery to the colored coplc.
IMP Send your Hoots nnd Shoes to Ful
enwider Dros. to lie repaired by Tltomns
W. Norvill. Workmanship guaranteed
I und best material used.
..-.'r.Mw-MM4M...M .- Will, ulllilit.'fff "itm rfiif"
NEVER FAILING CUKE FUR
TKAIUi MARK KliC.IHTl'.KHD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures livery Variety of Headache
AMI NOTHING lil.SH.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most cll'eetivc
and reliable article iu the market for the
sjiecdy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hkaiiaciii:. The
immense favor which has grilled 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 siwcrs it does not de-K-nd
upon the subtle influence of such
Kisoiious drugs ns
CHLORAL AND COCALNIi,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
iijurious chemicals, and can Ik; taken by
young mid old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The iK-culiur advantages of Antimi
graine consist iu its being thoroughly
reliable as a euro for any kind of bead-
:iche without reiect to cause leaving
mi unpleasant or ntmoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article ill
the market, wherever known.
nimx'TioNS l-'oK t su.
Thr dose for an adult is two tt'nsHHinfut.
in u nine gloss of wnti-r. Hose for children
in proportion, nccorilhiK to ukc. In either
case the tlosc i-un lie rcR-Htei! every thirty
ininucs nnlil 11 cure Is i-lleett-il. One dose will
always drive away an attack of lli-itilache,
if taken when llrst fit-liiiK the premonitory
symptoms; hut if the attack is well on, and
.ultcriiiK is intense, the aei-ond or third ilose
niay Ik- miuirvil. t'sually a greater nunilK-r
if doses is reiiuiml to cut-cl the lirst cure
than is needed lor any succccdhiK time there
after, snowline that tile medicine is accumu
lative in its etleets, tendinis toward an event
ual iK'rmiim-tit cure.
Kor sale ut
46 SOl'TH MAIN STRUCT.
Burguins t Bargains !
We offer greater induce
ments to cash liuyers of Dry
(Jooils than any house in
All our Domestic (ioods
(ought before the rise of cot
ton are now sold at prime
Fans anil l'ni'asols, the
best selei'tiou in town, re
gardless of cost .
Curtains iu ureal variety
for lens than you can buy
Table liinen, Towels, Naji-
kins ami Doilies at prices
that defy competition.
Whito (ioods, lCmhruidcr-
ies and Laces at half their
Our st ock is very large ami
we are determined to reduce
Kit! filoves and Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call anil see us before
All (ioods are now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank of Astarvlu.