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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Asheville Daily Citizen
t FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, I
Tub Wbkki.t Citmun to full of local and
State new; juat the thing to Mad to anyone
Inquiring about Asheville. lasucd Thursday.
Nut exceeding three liuca,
Ouc Time, ltd cent. Three Tlmca, SO ccnU.
Six Tlmci, 78 cents.
Tslnglc copiva S cents, mailed, Only H ooT
VOLUME VI. NO. 53.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and do vol
opinj? 11s a
. Situated in tho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth-
fiiliu'NH and bounty of
An elevation of ;i,yi)0 foot.,
It is being liiid out with
tawte and skill, with well
graded roads ami extensive
A desirable place for urn
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Muvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
A promt, Handkerchiefs and
At U.I ier cent and Xi, lr nut. Icsa than
All New and IiIvhI Ml leu.
llil . MAIN ST., ABUHVILLU,
la tiik FLica roa
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketches.
Wsirsa II. Owvh, W. W. WmT,
GVYN & WEST,
(Successors In Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public, Comtnleeloncra of Media,
OPPIt'K Mosrttieaiil Court Mqiaro.
Real Estate Broker,
And luvcMtiuciit Affciita.
Loana ae-uraly tlarcd at per cent.
OUVt a a 110 I'atton Art.
- "HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wiiulda't buy timber land., mineral iru
trtlrs or Aahcvlllc Hrnl llatnte t
Than rail on a, Huratlo, and wc will irlv
the thy money', worth.
W. can aril that a houac lot, lend the. he It
da to erect a dwelling thirenn, and Insure
the anm. In anr I'lre Innurunrv Company
doing bualnra. la thla Htate.
lllve ua a call, Horatio I
JUNKS A JKNKS,
REAL EST ATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room Jk 10, McAfee Block,
81 Patton Ar. AabnlU., N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WHISK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Orcttt Comedy Flay entitled
Huh been withdrawn after a very huccchsuiI
run, und we now prcavnt our matchlcaa
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP;
DOOM OP1CM AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER.
Big Lot of Harper's
ONLY HKSIITIMN CENTS
BEST MAKES, TRICE THEM.
MASON'S FRUIT JABS.
Uanunocks and everything
in the line of
CAttAFtt THAN ANYBODY
k k k k k k
. w. u. wii.La.
AHIIU VILLI), N. C.
Ulliet Dimmed UiilldlnK. I'. U. Iloi GO.
I'luna, MictilU'ntloua, IK'tulla, Sec, forevcry
elnaa of bultdlnji at abort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull and ae. a a. nprl 0 dam
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kaccnla In
ISncauatlc or OH
Kcallatlo-riorail, aenalaaance Ik
Addnaaa SO WOODWARD AVR. Detroit,
Mich,, or BOX 844, Aihavlllt, N. C.
Y. C. CARMICHAEL
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but out
minute to read and you w
find by doing so you cansav
money by buyingyour drugs
medicines and such article
at Cai'michael's Drug Stort
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget tin
place, No. "20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. V.
You will besurpriscd to see
how for fS, $10, 12 and
!." will go in the puirhnst
of good, stylishly cut, well
matle Clothing, with Cliil
en's and lio.vs' Suits in
Away below those gradeH
we show serviceable suits of
gootl a p ten 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. lied wood is now
in Richmond 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 AVIS.
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to nil, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephone attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks nil
day long fine ! 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
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes tho Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around couiiietition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. U. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe-
villo, 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 nrenot liiiiitri
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
make a purchase.
If two or more make
the nearest guess, the
prize will bo given to
tho guess received
Let nil como and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
, THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN,
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Di'KiNO ttic mad dog scare it might be
na well to wnrn the mulct? of Tin; Ci
iziiN against bologna sutiBngc.
Til K warm weutlicr average nt Ashe
villc is 71 degrees; at Venice, Italy, it
73; at IJordcaux, France, 71 degrees
Til H Asheville Advertiser is the nuine
of the youngest Asheville paper. It
the property of R. L. Goodman anil is
devoted strictly to advertising.
ConukivSSMAN Ewakt paired with Con
grcssmun W. U. Simouds in the vote on
the election bill. The Congressional Rec
ord says Simonds wni fur and Hwarl
ngaiust the measure.
It's just about a dr.- .vr 'letween Kansas
whiskey and Knnsas lemonade. A party
of prohibition picnickers in the sunflower
State indulged in the latter a few day
ago and because of the chemicals that
were used in its composition, clghtv of
the crowd are in a very serious condi
six huntlred sleeping car porters
threaten the TuHnum and Wagner com
panics to go on it strike unless their
wages are raised. As the reason they
allege that the tips are u great deal less
tlmn in former years. This is gratifying
news. It is to be hoiied that they will
force the companies to concede the point
It is surely time that the companies
should pay their employes and not dc-
IK'iid on a generous public, and the fact
that (he public is fast learning this is
Till! Northwestern Christian Advocate
fortune IS contains an article from the
icn of James Clement Ambrose on Nortl
Carolina. At the beginning he states a
truth which every young man with an
idea of taking Orcclcy's advice should
consider, lie says: "As I roll my sub
ject over for a point to start the ravel
ing! from, this thought comes upwr
most: If the exact duplicate of North
Carolina climate, coast, forest, low
land, upland, mountains and minerals
stood on the line o migration westward,
and could displace 50,11110 siuarc miles
among the Dnkotns, every go-w-cxtci
would cling to it as the prize laud in
bcuuty, comfort, utility, till it should Ik
crowded like the outbound Madison
street car at G p. in.
Is yesterday' Chronicle wcslated that
Reed had probably bulldozed Ciiealhaui
in,.. ....I!..., r...l... I !.'.... I.... I
..ivw ,u.,,, mi biiv 1 I ill 1 ill iiveiliill mw.
When the editor was in Washington n
lew days ago he heard that Reed & Co.
had promised Cheatham and a few other
Southern Republicans that il they would
vote lor the l-ederal Election Law he
would secure the passage id the lllair
Hill, or ouc like it, and he promised the
North Carolina tnen.Urs that he would
ivc it the uninc of "1 he Cheatham Kdu-
ational Hill." That was thcbrilicolfcred
the colored Congressman, so wc heard.
Yesterday the house committee reported
the lllair bill or one about like it, intro
duced bv Cheatham favorably.
It had Iwcn allowed to slumber six
months, and was thought to le dead.
Now, it to-ilav Chcatlinui votes lor the
Federal Election law, wc will lie able to
hx the trade. State Chronicle, July .1.
And Cheatham voted for it.
With the issue for June L'lith the New
York "Nation" closed the twenty-fifth
year of its existence. It was a pioneer in
this country as an indcicuilcnt weekly
review of politics and literature, and has
long been a recognized authority at home
ml abroad. It has remained under one
management from the first iiumlK r totlie
present day, and its list of contributors
tiring the twenty-five years of its publi
cation has included most of the leading
names in literature, science, art, philoso
phy and law in this country, and many
of corresponding eminence in l )uroe. A
bound volume of the "Nation" presents
one of the most complete and accurate
condensed records procurable of the
world's current history, with impartial
comment on questions which should occu
py the attention of thouglitlul men.
HIM Final Report.
John W, Starncs, the retiring stiicriu-
tendent of public instruction for Ilim-
ombc county made his report to-day.
It shows that there are (III school dis
tricts in the country for the while eliil-
lrcn and 21 for the colored; SS white
hoolsand 14 colored were held Inst
year, 7, .'(Hi white and 1,007 colored
hildren were enrolled. The value of the
property owned by the school board in
the country is $."1, H!) for whites and
$9,.'li,r for colored a total of $(!, 7 14.
N. C. PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Card from rvHlclvtit Mcninrmld
to lh MciiiltvrM of the 1'rcMH.
To Tim Statu I'muss:
The I'rcss Association of North Caro
lina is an organisation winch challenges
the supimrl and should inspire the conli-
lencc of every editor who loves his pro-
tcssion and desires to sec journalism ele
vated to the high plane which the noblest
of all the prolessions should occupy.
Within the last few years runid strides
have been made, and wc heartily invite
very newspaper man in the State to
encourage the Association by his presence
I the approaching meeting at nurliam
'be citizens of that progressive city will
nterlaiii us royally, while the program
s one of unusual interest. The Doslon
meeting was of an unusually business
like character, anil wc ought to profit by
it by acting iihiii suggestions there
made, All who arc members will incase
enclose the annual dues ($1!) to the secre
tary, and those who arc not members
can be enrolled upon the payment of $5.
For trnnsortation, apply to the secre
tary, j. II. Shcrrill, Concord, N. C.
VV. W. ftlL'UIAHMIII.
State puieri please copy.
A successful worker In the field of jour
nalism is Miss Virginia C. Clay, editor of
n democratic daily at Iluntsvillc, Ala.
She suppoi it a paralysed father and live
brothers and listers.
FARGO, DAKOTA, REPORTED
JOHN M'GINNIS TWICE ON TRIAL
FOR HIS LIFE.
Ten TliouHiiiid KiiIkIiIh or l Hi
Ian at Milwaukee MIhhIoii.
ary Work In Africa.
Sim-inl to The Cllliia.
Ciiic.Mio, July 7. It is reported thn
Targo, l)a., is destroyed by cyclone.
Two TliueN for Murder.
Sitvciul tu Tint ClTIZKN.
Iihooki.vn, Inly 7, Forlhesecond time
John McGinuis is on trial for his life. The
case has become famous. Mediums killc
his brother-in-law U'causc his wile con
lessen to an intimacy with hull. It was
ascertained later that she had lied inn
her confession to this effect will again In-
made in the oen court room. The jury
disagreed on the first trial. To-dav an
other jury is being empaneled.
Ten ThouHitnd are lreHenl.
SiKcial to The L'itUcli.
AIILWAIKlii;, J III V 7. I I'll thollMllll
members of the order of Knights of I'y
thins were given a roaring reception here
today. Ascach delegation to the sixteenth
.liitiual session arrives it is escorted to
the camp on the outskirts of the town.
To-morrow the conference will get down
MlHHlomiry Work In Africa.
Stre)Al to The L'ltixcil.
Ni:v YoKK.July 7. The work ol solie-
tiug subscriptions for llishop Taylor
work in Alrica Isgun in every part ol
New York State to-day. An cll'orl is lie
ing made to raise $."'1,0011 for the estab
lishment of mission bouts on the I'ppcr
A GOOD IDtlA.
KullierlorU follcce Kendy lo do
Ki l l lieu i i ikii Coi.l.i:i.i:. July .".
It is hereby resolved Iroin July 1, lM'.IO,
that in order to assist in tlicscicntilicand
lassical education ol the young men ami
women of our slate, the suiieriiitciidcnl
f public instruction for each coiiulv in
Sorlh Carolina uuiv and hereby is re-
nested lo nominate ouc suitable iierson
mule or female I us a student at Kutlicr-
erford College, whose tuition shall Ik-
tree and who shall lie iicrnnttcd lo en
joy the rights of regular students in com-
M'tiug lor Honors, nun Willi tiieapprovui
I tlic lacullv may comiietc lor Octrees
the collcue courses, provided that said
student shall not licuppoiiilcilouaccount
of his or her religious lielicf or h.toiiuI
feelings or relationships thesiiieriuteud-
nt. but the iiommalioti snail lie sunicct
to the approval of the faculty of Ruther
ford College. It. is furthermore urged
lint each superintendent use his last
judgment as to the worihiucssol student
litis nominated, bach nomination shall
hold good for ouc year and the student
thus nttending shall in no wise receive an
iioomtmenl u second year unless the su-
K-rintendenl deem il ol most advantagc
lo the popular eduealion. It is earnestly
desired that every siix.'rintcuilcnt shall
attend to this matter at once and each
ear hereafter so long as this pajier limy
ic in force. The candidate tor the schol
arship should lie over 111 years and ol
high moral character. I le I or she I should
have a good Hnglish education and it is
preferred that he (or she I shall hovel
studied l.atiaoradvaneed Imglish. How-
vcr the superintendent shall hist attend
to the worthiness and inability of such
candidate to attend college without this
help. No one should be u candid. tie who
able lo attend college without mil Irom
thcr sources. Application should be
made in writing to the county siiiktiu
tendent not later than July l.'ith of each
car live davsalter which the county su-
icriutemlent shall scud name of nominee
to the president of the college, together
tilt slump tor returning scliolarsiiip. As
chavc no eiuiowmenl bii.arciloiugthis
it our ownexiK'.ise, we solicit the aid ot the
limiucici s of the suite and country to help
us in extending these scholarships and
Iso reiiiiesl the comity a.ul slate pinicrs
lo keep this consul. I'lv Ulorc the public.
Suieriule'idcius shu.iui iiticmi to tins
Contributions to aid in establishing
icnnnncnt scholarships and iiomiiiulioiis
the suinriiitcndeiit should lie ail-
Rhv. R. 1.. Aiii:km:tiiv. A. M., I. IK
1 'resident Kiillierlord College,
lliii ke County, N. C.
Icatli or an Old UchIiIciiI.
Mr. A. J. lllair died at his home on
Vnland street yesterday afternoon ut
. 1." o'clock. He was about 111 years
Id, und died of paralysis. Mr. lllair
was born in Joncshoro, Tcuii., but has
made Asheville his home for a iiiuiiUt
The funeral services will he conducted
ly Rev. G. C. Kaiikin, at the hrst Pres
byterian church at ft p. in. Xo-morrow.
Al the grave the services will Is.' conduc
ted by Cyrcmc Commandcry K. of T,
The I'ourlli In li-ndcrHn.
The fniiith was celebrated at the "Mine
otise" on the ridge seven miles cast of
cndcrsouvillc by over 1,000 (K-ople, in
an old time royal manner. The addresses
ere by Rev. J. F. Woodliil. Col, Williams
ml Rev. J. II. Nutigh, The dinner was n
grand country spread, and the put riot ie
music was furnished in good style by the
Skyland Comet band.
Pisguh Lodge, K. of P., will have an
installation of officers at their Castle
Hall to-night and will serve refreshments
to invited guests. All members of the
Uniform Kauk lire reipicslcd and cx-H-clcd
lo npK'nr in full uniform. All vis
iting K, of P. in the city arc cordially In
vited, WfThe surroundings of the proierly
to lie sold by Frank Loiighran at auction
on July 10 itreAl. It is in one of the
most desirable localities in the city.
J...f . i-i. urf .-r..'...'-.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES
The V. M. C. A. of Shelby have new
aim iianiisonic (piarters.
The Graham college will Ijc run next
year by I'ro;. II. J. Slockard.
I-or forty years every sheriff in Rowan
county has come Irom the country.
Mrs, J. P, Lynch and a colored child
were killed by lightning near Charlotte
Governor Fowlc has returned from
.More head City and is entirely recov
A party oi 1.1111c Kock, Arkansas, ico
pic tire tiendiiig the summer ut More
I. co, Murr. of Concord, has been
grunted a patent lor uu automatic cur
Kiiieign cciciirotcil the -Itli ill urea
ly Ic. (iov. lrowle and Senator Vance
Chas. . I'm ker, late of Raleigh, is the
new BUK-riutendcni ol the Tarljoro gra
A dozen (litre-rent cotton mills have
scut samples to the Mt. Holly fair whicl
is now oieu.
The Caldwell Coiiulv Alliance failed ti
endorse the sub-Treasury bill, by a vole
oi lo .'H,
The North Carolina tennis association
has been organized at Raleigh with Lacy
i.. i.iitic as president.
Associate Justice Shenard will aid
Judge .Manning in running the summer
law sciiooi ul Limpet Hill.
.Northern capitalists have secured op
iums on i.-i acres near iiianouc nun
lilty town lots in the city.
Nearly I'oo l.iliorers arc employed on
the (lil)creut buildings in the course ol
couslruelioii at Loiusbiirg
I;. II. Spriuus has lieen elected piesi
lent of the Atlantic, Tennessee ami I Ihio
iiilroad, vice W. R. Myers, resigned.
"Some of the Western dressed Iwcf
su tough that you en ll 'I chew Ihcgiavy,"
acoiucilly remarks the Concord Slau-
The Wilmington Messenger is trvinu
to get tlicehureh services to U'gm at Id
instead ot 1 1 o'clock during the hoi
h'ols'rt Aiidcrsou, the six year old sou
it the agent ol the Atlantic Coast Line,
was run over and killed bv a train at
Frank Melton, a Wilmington sail
maker. Icll from the end of the dock at
Wilmington while in a lit and was
The Progressive Farmer savs that in
the sixth district live lawyers are help
ing Rowland defeat Mr. Alexander lor
Capt. Oclavius Coke, of Kalciuh, and
Mr. W. F. Strowd, ol Clmicl Hill, arc
out against Ilium lor congress in the
The Franklin coiiulv democratic con
cilium have nominated P. A. Davis lor
the senate and '. G. Hill and P. G. Pres
ton for the house.
Cniilaiu W. II. McKcvitt. of the Wash
ington Light Infantry, has resigned and
l irst Lieutenant I. I-. 1 liouias lias lieen
ected lo succeed him.
Ir. Walter C. Murphy, ol Kurgaw. has
iven up pills and physic for the paste-
pot ami shears, lie is the new editor ol
he lliirgnw Herald.
If Oxford will come up to the tunc ol
$10,000 she will get the Wetmore Shoe
ml Leather company. If she don't
come up it slays where it is.
The teachers' nssemblv bore the Imrinl
x iK-nscs ol Mr. 1.. W. liaructt. who was
Irowncd at Morehead City during tin
riven t session ol that body.
How mnT 'lieoiitc are llicic in Wil
mington who do not liclicvc that her
population is much m excess ol $lio,onil :
licrly asks I he- Wilmington 'Alornmg
Mr. A. C. Philips, formerly of Winston.
ul lor the past two years of Hendricks
iiiulv, liiil., lias lust iKVunomuuiled lor
he 01111- ol shei ill'. Mr. I'liipps is lint -''.'
The body of voting Davis, who was re-
cully shot in Texas while standing over
tic hody ol lus sweetheart, and by the
illicr ol the young lad v. will lie brouu III
mine for burial. He was a native ol
A few years ago Mr. II. II. Cozart pur-
based a body ol laud on the suburbs ol
iixlordfor S.i.ooo. He nut ithotit $.".-
ooo worth of improvements on it, A
short while since he sold an option on
this properly nl $:ill,ooo,
P. M. Ilryaul, of New Supply, llruus
wiek county, comes forward with the
tirst snake story ol the season He re
cently killed a rattler near his home
measuring four feel six inches in length
and having lungs uu inch long.
Avery llutlcr, the d ft ecu year old boy
who killed his lather with a shot gun ul
Clinton lust April, and who was con
victed uml sentenced to be hanged July
1 1, has been granted a commutation to
a life imprisonment by Gov. Fowlc,
Governor Fowlc has appointed the fol
lowing directors of the North Carolina
railroad: J. L. Morehead, A. Harwell,
R. V. Thomas, T. F. Klutz, M. A. Au
gicr, W. II. Pace, II. Cameron and D, Me
K.ic. A'liiislead Jones, Lsip, was ap
pointed Stale's proxy.
A six year old child of Mrs. P. D. Wea
ver Icll limn a swing ut Greensboro and
upon a broken chair, due ol the jagged
posts entered it side, ienctrating three
inches into the abdominal cavity, and
the oilier post lacerated its shoulder hor
ribly. The physicians have but little
hope of saving Hi life.
Rev, P. W, V. Slnmcv, presiding elder
of the Trinity district of the North Car
olina conlerenee, die! ut High Point of
typhoid fever. Mr. Stanley was a
preacher of remarkable power, ami a
noted revivalist, lie was about forty
years of age, a self educated man, and his
rapid rise to the responsible position lie
held in the church was phenomenal.
Ncv. L. W. Crawford, of the West Mar
ket Street Methodist church, is promi
nently mentioned in connection with the
presidency of the Greensboro Female Col
lege, made vacant by the death of Dr. T.
M. Jones. Mr. Crawford was recently
elected a professor in Trinity College.
Another who is lieing urged for the place
is Rev, II. F. Dixon, M, 1)., superintend
ent of the Oxford Orphan Asylum,
ThoLoughrnn property ison the line of
newer system, is lu a decidedly healthy
locality and lies just InHwccu the new
hotel and Court Square.
1 vw' ijoM'- iMh,3kMUmitimU i,f wtt it CA iu
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADH MAKK KlitilSTiiKUb.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures) l-;vcr Variety or Headache
AND NOTHING l!LSli.
lias earned lor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
thai common trouble, Ili.AiiACini. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all ipiartcrs, proves its true merits mid
icceplabilily totlie public. It iB some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried il, will never
For its curative powers it docs not dc-
lieud upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since il docs not contain an atom of
ithcr ol these, ll is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can lie taken by
young, ind old without fear or serious
results, ll is not a Cathartic, does not
lisarraugc the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The ieculiar advantages of Allium-
raiuc consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of hcad-
iclie without respect lo calls. leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
is in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most M, pular and saleable article ill
the market, wherever known.
UlkliCTIUNS I UK I'Kli.
The il. hv for nil uilult is two tciitKMtiifuls
nuu iue glass of wut,T( iiose for children
n proiHirtion, lu-cordhitf to uuv. In cither
cunc the dose cull lie reiH-HleU every thirty
niitiui-a until ll cure ia illieteil. line dose will
ilnnya drive uwny an iilluck of lleniluehe.
taken when lirst feeliuii the premonitory
symptoms; liul if Hie altiick la well on, and
ulleriiiii ia intense, tile second or third dose
may Ik required. Psuully a lin liter number
f done, is required lo cnecl the lirst cure
thiol is neviled lor any auccccdhiu time there
after, showiiiu thut the im-dlctur ia accumu
lative in itsellccU, lending toward an eveut
uul jK-rittunciit cure.
1'ur side at
46 SOl'TII MAIN STREET.
Burguins ! Bargains !
Wo olTi-i' givnUT iiRhifc-
it'iiks (o ciish luiyi'i'8 of Dry
(ooils (liiin juiv hoiiso in
All our Doini'Hlic d'ooils
totiglit licfori tho riso oft-ot-
(011 iiiv now sold at nrinio
Fuuh iiiul liinisoln, tho
lost si-li'ctioii in town, ro-
0,'ni'illi'ss of cost.
C'uitiiins in nivnt vurioty
r loss tliau you pun I my
Tulilo Linen, TowoIh, Nup
iiis ami DoilieH ut pfices
lint tlefy eoiniietitioii.
Whito (looils, Einliroiik'i'.
ios niul LnceH at half their
Our Hlock is very lui'Kt! and
wc aro determined to redueo
Kid (JloveH and UoH.ery,
the best Hloi:k in Asheville,
11 reduced to bottom price.
Wc will undersell tho low
est,. Call and boo uh boforo
All (Joods nro now inarkod
11 plain llu'uros lowest prieca
in every tliiiij?. Cull and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank f Ashtrllki.
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