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Asheville Daily Citizen
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Bis Timet, 75 cents.
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VOLUME VI. NO. 65.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A placo planned and devel
oping oh a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
ful neas and Ixnuity of
An elevation of 51,800 feet,
It iB being livid out with
taste and nkill, with well
graded roud ami extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investment. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO,,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apron, Handkerchief and
At 38 per cent and S3t per cent. Icea than
AH New and Latest tMylem
32 MAIN ST., ABHBVILLB.
1 th rue for
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
View and Sketches.
WTinBTowYW, "w. W. Wae-r.
fiWYN & WEST,
(uccnaors to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO MNK OF ASHEV1LL&
REAL EST ATE.
Loans Securely Placed at S
CommlMloner. of Deed..
OFFICK aolbe Coartaqsiiirc.
Real Katate Brokara,
And Investment Agents.
Loan, at urcljr placed t 8 per cent.
Office, i 34 a 8 Patio. An. Oecond Boor,
fchltrt 1 t
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
Would.'t bay timber land, mineral prop
crtle. or A.IictIIIc Real Batata t
Then call on on, Horatio, and we will jrWe
the thy mnney'a worth.
We can aril the. a house lot, lend thee ihck
.1. to erect dwelling- thereon, and Inmire
th aara. In any Hire Insurance Company
doing nualnesa In thin State.
Olv a. a call, Horatio I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
loom ea m. io, naCAicc biock.
fattoa At.., A.lMTUIe, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled;
Haa been withdrawn after a Tcry aucccaaful
run, and we now present our matchless
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT .POP.
DOOR! OPEN AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices are always low,
and particularly so on shoes,
in comparison with shoe store
prices, but we have determ
ined in order to closa out
everything in the nature of a
low quarter shoe, or slipier,
to sell them so much lielow
their value that you will save
money to buy even for next
year. Do not fail to seo our
line of Summer Shoes you
will Im sure to buy.
We havo Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices Jelly
Tumblers at .'.5c. m' doz.
IIarer'B Fly Traps at lWc.
each Hammocks from $1
up Croquet Sets, all prices
and we are selling these
goods, as wo did last year,
at prices awuy below any
body else in town. We have
Ice Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
dessert is less excnsive.
Our stock of everything to
use, or to wear, to adorn
the parlor, or to lighten the
work in the dining room or
kitchen, is so complete that
we cannot mention items.
WE HAVE EVERYTHING,
and no one thinks our prices
high. You had always bet
ter try us for anything you
want before buying, IF WE
HAVE IT YOU SAVE MON
EY, if not well, wo are pret
ty sure to have it see, any
way. "BIG RACKET."
, W. V, WILLS.
AMHUVILLU, N. C.
OIHct Barnard Building. P. O. Ilol ftO.
Flans, Spedncatlona, Dctalla, Ac, furevcry
class of building at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and see ua. aprl 6 dnm
F. A. GRACE,
will Ksecnte In
Encaustic or Oil
DKCOH ATIVK COM POSITION
IteallatloI'loral, KenalaMnco a
Address. 8f WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
I Mich., or BOX 349, A.beTllle, N. C.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, ft C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing so you can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carmichael's Drugstore
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
placo, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
You will besurprised to see
how far fH, $10, $12 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and Hoys' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men shand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, 8MALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE.
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
lated easy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephone attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks nil
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigai-s and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice 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 tlio Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
Friday, - - - July 35.
8.JO P. M.
Y. M. C. A. LECTURE IIAI.L
AN ACCOUNT 01'
-1118 RliCltNT TKII'
TO PALESTINE AND THE EAST.
FOR THE MISSION HOSPITAL
Admission a a 50 Cents.
To loan oa real estatt security. Apply to
JulylSdlw No. 1 Legal Block,
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Tub New York Saturday Review notes
that not even Baby MeKee in liis bab
blings tulki of a second term for Mr.
Tub Gordon county, Georgia, farmers'
alliance made a clean sweep at the re
cently held primuries. It was one of the
most hotly contested elections held in
W. W. Cottmki.i.. who will lie rctnem
liercd as the playful and sportive mayor
of Ccdur Keys, Florida, has been ar
rested in Alabama. The inhabitants of
his city will now breathe freely for the
first time in weeks.
Thb war cloud is still floating in the
eastern horizon," is the way an exchange
heads a Berlin dispatch There is no
news in this, That same war cloud has
been hovering, confidingly over the east
for the past decade. What would be of
a nature surprising would be to hear
that the cloud had burst.
Kspbciai. attention is called to-day to
the letters which recently passed lietwecn
Julian S. Carr, president of the North
Carolina Association of Democratic
Clubs, and lid. Chambers Smith, chair
man of the State Democratic Executive
Committee. They arc of particular in
tercst to young democrats. Do not fail
to read them.
CllAl'N-CKV Dlil'HW has been hobnob-
bing with Wales' old boy, and his opin
ion is that the prince knows how to throw
on just enough of his majestic attribute
to put his guests at their case without
descending to an ovcr-lamiliarity that
would SMil everything. But this can
not be taken as a whole. I)ciew suw
Albert Kilwunl at his best. The latter
no doubt recognizes that he was in the
presence of a siiicrior and treated him
Tub Murphy Bulletin lends color to
the recent dispatches that have been scut
from that town to Northern paicrs con
cerning Mrs. Gould, by not pronouncing
them lies. However, it may not Ik
nmissto remark that a woman win
drinks whiskey and smokes cigars is not
in any immediate danger ol twing
obliged to have her dress made over to
make way lor her wings, although that
is just the impression the sKvial report
are intended to leave.
Evkr at the front in the march of pro
gress Tim Citizbn hna begun a feature
that cannot but ht a benefit to all
Western North Carolina resorts. The
mountains are full of delightful places
where a day or a week may be pleas
antly Sent, and the outside world
should know them. With this idea in
view Thb Citizbn will make a special
feature of what is to be seen at the va
rious places of interest in the mountains,
how they arc progressing, the improve
ments being made und just what the
tourist may cxicct who intends to visit
them. It cannot but be appreciated by
everybody. The world ought to know
just how the different resorts in this sec
tion are progressing. It is only right
and proper that the ieoplc should be in-
farmed through the medium of Ashe
ville's leading paper and Tim Citizbn in
tends to art well its part.
Ovbk in New Jersey lives a doctor who
has a daughter. There is nothing par
ticularly strange altout this, but this
daughter hits in her Msscssion, or did
have until a few days ago, a Confederate
flag, and thereby hangs a talc. The
young lady hung the emblem from her
window and nil duy long pnsscrshy
walked beneath the stars und bars.
There was a kick as a mutter of course,
and even now the staid New erscy ico
pic for miles around arc protesting
ngniuit what is culled treason, The
young lady has been ostracized by society
and all in nil the affair has quite turned
the little town upside down.
A lew days ago in the city of New Yoik
the flags of France and Italy were lioriie
down the street by the striking cloak
makers, the hands played the Marseil
laise and the coplc on the sidewalks
took olT their hats in rcsicct to the for
eign flags. If this is patriotism it is cer
tainly a very queer thing.
I.iNVii.i.K, July IH.
The l.inville Improvement Company
held their annual meeting uly Kith and
the following officers were re-elected to
serve during the ensuing year: Hugh
MucKiie. president nnd treasurer: S. T.
kclscv. vice-iiirsidcnt and general mana
ger; W. A. Lenoir, Donald MncKue and
Thomas V. Parker, directors; U. Prosscr
I loleomlic, secretary ; j. K. krvin, cngi
ncrr. Much work has been done in clcnring
and grading streets; great progress lias
liccn made during the oust year in the
urowth of the young city, and many
miles of line ronil nnd picturestiue drives
have been limit, one 01 wiucn is now
within a mile of the ton of the mngnifi
cent Grandfather Mountain. This road
is the finest in North Carolina and is not
surpassed by any in this country for its
excellent views and licautiful scenery.
Large numbers of guests arc daily ar
riving at the handsome hotel recently
built and depart delighted with the fine
climate and magnificent scenery.
Dr. L. B. McBruycr, of the Western
Hotel, of this city, and Miss Cordic Dcu'
ver, daughter of K. M, Dcaver, mayor of
West Asheville, were married yesterday
afternoon at 7 o'clock. The ceremony
was performed at the home of the bride
by Kcv. W. A. Nelson, pastor of the First
Baptist church. It was m quiet affair,
only the immediate friends of the pair
being present, Mr. and Mrs. Mellrayer
will make their home at the Western
AND FOUR MEN ARE FATAL
MRS. HARRISON TAKES A BATH
AT CAPE MAY.
A Hoat Nearly Cut 111 Two ly an
Unknown meat.ier NewHof
the World To-Day.
Rurdal to The Cltiacn'.
Nbw York, July 21. The boiler in nn
Eagle street building exploded this morn
ing. Four men were hurt, perhaps fatally
Almost Cut In Two.
Bpcrial to TlIK ClTIZKN.
Nbw York, July HI. The schooner
McDonald was almost cut in two by an
unknown steamer. The crew was res
The KnKlneer Killed.
Siicelal to The Citiien.
Okanii Casti.i:, Ind., ulv 21. Coufii
sion of orders caused two freights to col
lidc near here. Both were wrecked, one
engineer killed and five were wounded.
title Went lu UathliiK.
Siceinl to The Cltlicn.
Cai-b Mav, July 21. Mm. President
Harrison went in bathing this morning
near her cottage.
I.rft for Berlin.
Siiccinl to The Citizen.
Nhw York, July 21. The New York
delegation of a hundred to the interna
tional medical congress left for Berlin to
A Prohlnltlon Convention.
Siminl to Tint Citizkn.
Maiiison, Wis., July 22. The State ex
ecutive committee of the prohibition
pnrty met here to-dny. The Slate con
vention for the nomination of a Slate
ticket will liegin here to-morrow.
A Hpeclal HeHHlou.
Siieelnl to the Citiien.
Si'KiM'.riivi.n, 111., July 21. The legis
ilors arc iKginning to arrive mid by
lo-morrow night, when the first cau
cuses are to be held, all will lie here. The
session is called to submit an amendment
In the electors by which Chicago will be
illowcd to issue five million in bonds in
lid of the Colombian exKisition.
A Mnicnlnceiil Affair.
riucclul to The Cltmn.
Bhusski.k, July 21. The ten dnyr' fete
here in honor of the sixtieth anniversary
of Belgian indcieiideiicc began to-day.
The pageant in the Sadler square to-day
represents the glories of the sixteenth
century and cost $(iO,ooo. The royal
family held its celebration, a preliminary
IT BEGINS TO-MORROW.
Plrnt nay's Program of the W. C.
T. V. Convention.
The owning sermon of the W. C. T. V.
Assembly was to have been preached to
night, but Dean Wright liciug unable to
reach Asheville licforc Tuesday, a change
of program was necessary. The exercises
of to-morrow will be as follows :
Nine a. m. Devotional exercises; 0.30
Juvenile Work, Miss Anna Gordon, Na
tional empeniuemicni oi juvenile work,
instructor; 10 Parliamentary Drill, Mrs.
Woody, instructor; 10.;to Mother s
Meeting. Miss Willard, instructor: 11.30
Heredity, Mrs. Hobbs, instructor; 12
Noontide Hour ol 1'rnyer, (Jticslion Box ;
Abtkrnoon. From 4 to !t p. m. Miss
Gordon will have a class of children to
drill in lines of juvenile work.
I'.vbnini). Beginning at H.,'I0 o clock in
the oxra hull will bcdclivcrcd an address
by Frances li. Willard.
There will be no admission fee, and the
public are cordially invited to come and
hear this most gifted woman.
The daily sessions of the "School of
Methods" to be held in the college chaK'l
arc iqien to the public also, and all are
urged to attend these business sessions
and thus judge of the aim and seoic of
the W. C. T. I'. Alter to-morrow, a
standing feature of the morning's exer
cises will be the Bible studies by Dean
Wright ol Boston, Daily programs will
be given through these columns.
Meal KNlnle TranaferM.
J. M. Green to S. A. Green 0.1 acres
minis city nou
T. W, Pntton and wife to II, S,
McDuffie, lot U-'xHil, on Syca
more street 1 ."(
W. B. Gwyn and wile to H. T.
Adams, lot mix i. in, on ram
J. M. Campbell and wife to J. B.
Hermann, lot oox.' i- ami ,x x-
2 10. on New street 700
C. lv. Graham and wile to M. I..
(Inn-n. lot 2IUxri3.oii Hi I St flOO
J. T. Justice and wiletoj. IS. Dick-
crson ami I. a. niinms, lot nox-
110. Hloisc street 1.000
J. P. Huk'hei and wile to J. K.
t i tr u 1 1 ....I.:.. in
louea nun it. iHimiii!., 1 1 ,
acres on Lower Hominy 17."
T. W. Patton and wile to W. K.
Pcniiimaii, la interest in fil-
acreson I-cicvster road 2,000
Ten TliouHHiid and Mlxty.
The population of Asheville by wants.
according to the new census, is as fol
lows: Hast ward, 4,270; west ward,
5,7'JO. The Mpii1ation of Buncombe
county is a3,2HU. In 1HH0 it was 21,
Samuel Rhodes, of Fall River, Mass., is
at the Glen Kock.
K. C. Comnck and wife represent At
lanta at the Glen Kock.
Thos. M. White and Mis, Luln White,
ol Anderson, S. C, are at the Glen Rock,
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Winston claims to lie without a Bill
gle public bntli house.
Joseph W. Gentry has liecti appointed
postmaster at Uentry.
Charlotte bus just horned a new build
ing and loan association.
Hickory has 100 dogs in her limits, ac
cording to the census of the tax lister.
Indue H. T. Bovkin, of the Sixth dis
trict, has been nominated for another
The first train on the Lynchburg anil
Durham railroad is no more a thing ol
In Moore county the census was s
faulty that the enumerators have got to
lo it all over again.
The work oil the Wilkcxlxiro exten
sion of tlic Northwestern ruilriuid is be
ing pushed with all vigor.
The Kenubliean Congressional Con veil-
lion lor llic .miiiii iiiMrin mil iiv iiviii
on August 20ih at Wuyucsvillc.
The Ninth District J uiliciiil Convention
at Llkui, nominated . . Burlier loi
solicitor on the eleventh ballot.
Scotland Neck is having a new hotel
built and u bunk will lie oiH-ned in it as
soon as the building is completed.
G. W. Goforth. of Cleveland county.
litis $30 in Confederate n ey which lie
received as his last pay in the war.
Hpp Adams was killed by Wing crush
ed between two cars at Siler City, lie
was coupling them. His head wu
mashed to a pulp.
Henrv R. Stewart, of Greensboro, was
bndlv mangled bv U-ing crushed lictwce l
ears he was coupling at Salisbury. lie
was taken to Ins home.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the Western North
Carolina C'oiiterencv will meet in Salis
bury on the 2'.ilh and 30th.
The Seventh District Convention nl
l.auriiibiirg nominated Cnpt. James l.
Mel ver, ol Moore county, for judge, and
Frank .McNeill for solicitor.
l-viiig to the low state of w.itcr in t lit-
river, communication Ih-Iwccii Wilming
ton and Fnyctlcvillc by steamers has
lieen atopiied for several days.
D. Allen, of Charlotte. has just returned
from Alaska. The country luggnrs de
scription is what he said lo n ucwspaK-r
reporter ami then for a half column he
IcscrilH'S it lo the liest ot Ins uoilitv.
Mr. O. D. Boveott is a contractor, who
is in the employ of the Greensboro Brick
ami Tiling company. He is from Norfolk.
hnglnml, ami a nephew ol the mall Irotn
whom the term boycott got its name.
Jacob Yokcly while attempting to tal
a liog from a pen on his farm in Davidson
comity, was seized Irom behind bv a sow
wliose teeth mangled .Mr. lokcly m n
terrible manner. He may not recover.
Will Adams, a baseball player ol
reenshoro. was struck on the head by n
uitchcri bull in a match game and badly
injured, lie was unconscious lor sonu
time and the doctors tear concussion ol
The negro George Wilson, who was
held nt Graham for assaulting his own
daughter, made his cseaic Irom jail.
Wilson lias made a record us a iail
breaker, this being the sixth time that he
has made his escaie from prison.
Rev. John Tillett, n prominent Melho-
list divine of Charlotte, has gone to bis
last reward. For liltv years he has been
n memlier of the North Carolina Metho
dist conference, lie passed away nt the
age of 7M, loved by all who knew him.
The colored firemen of the State will
hold their first tournament in Greens
lioro September 10 and 11, nnd at that
time will organize their Slate associa
tion. A large crowd is excctcd lo Ix
present. Collins, the Calhoun, Oa., wife mur
derer who was arrested in Shelby has
lieen lodged ill jail ami although the feel
ing against him is general it is not
thought that an attempt will lie made
to supplant the law.
The following losses, no insurance.
resulted from a fire at Mt. Gileail
Inst week: McKae & Leach, $l,S0ii;
Ingram & Haywood, $2, Olio; imsl-
olhcc building, $i'iiio; cash and slumps
in postollicc, $so; total Jo.ONO.
North Carolina claims to have been
the banner Slate of the Confederacy, anil
puts a very strong argument to prove
that she was. The voting imputation ol
the State in 1 Mil was only llo.oiio ami
vet she C(inpK.-d and scut to the field
l m,uiiu iiguiiiig men.
A special meeting of llic coiintv com
missioners ot Guillbrd was held for the
purpose of revising the tax lists, but lib
not a single apiilicniil torn revision up-IK-iired
liciore the board it is taken for
granted that everybody is salislied wilb
The count vcommissioners of New linn-
over count v have ollereil a reward of
$'Ti0 fur the arrest of and siilhcient evi
dence to convict tile murderer of Nathan
Fails, the old fisherman. Mnvor l-owlcr.
if Wilmington, has written to Governor
I'owle asking him to oiler a reward tor
It has Im-cii discovered that n well nl
LunilM'i'ton which has been used bv the
Carolina Central railroad to supply its
locomotives with water contains large
quantities of sulphur. An analysis has
iHt-ii mane, ano u is iiiougiii inai mc
siilnhur nroiH-rty exists to a very valua
ble extent. A sample ol the water has
been scut to the Slate chemist for ollieinl
The officials of the Rimnokcanil South
ern railroad have seal out n company of
civil engineers on n tour ol uisiicction li
select the lK-st route lor the road to
Winston, They will examine the live
different routes now competing for the
line namely. High Point, Tlioinasvillc,
lcxmglon, C oneoril and a southern con
nection via Cliarloltc.
The valuable flouring mills of Cant. P,
M. Mull, who lives nt Mull Grove, Ca
tawba county, near the Burke line, were
destroyed by fire. (In the same night bis
Imru nun slahies a null mile Irom llic
mill were burned, and he had great diffi
culty in saving hi. horses and cattle and
In preventing Ins house, which stands
near the burn, from being destroyed by
the Haines. The loss of the mills anil
barns will amount to nearly $r,000, on
which we learn there was no insurance,
The fire was undoubtedly of incendiary
Roy Give your son a year's chance with
other young men of talent and ambition
nt Trimly College, N. v., Uiens Septem
ber , January l. bend lor catalogue.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAIlli MARK KliGlSTtiUliD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
CurcH livery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING ISLSU.
Has earned lor itself
the enviable reputu-
lion of iK-iug the finest, most elTcclivc
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief und cure of every variety of
thai common trouble, Hbauaciib. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ill quarters, proves its true merits and
icccplubility to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will ucver
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle inllucncas of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
cither ol tlicse. It is absolutely free from
njiirioiis chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results, ll is not u Cathartic, docs not
lisarrangc I he stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients, .aaaf
The lKxnliar advantages of Auliiiii
rainc consist in its being thoroughly
reliable us a cure for any kind of hcad-
lelic without ivsiect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying aller-cllccts,
is 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.
DIRECTIONS 1'UK L'Bli.
Tin- dose fur mi uilult la two U-usKHinfula
nuwinv kIumniii wuti-r. tiuav for children
n proportion, ucconlinic to hkc. In either
ik tile di,K cull lie n-H-ulcu every thirty
iiiiiiik-m until u t'urv ia t'lici-u-d. out- dose will
alwuys drive uwiiy nn nttiuk uf lleiiiltu-hr,
il lakcti wht-ii lirsl fi-cliux the irt-tnonitory
Mymuloma: hut if the uttiu-k ia well on, and
.ullcriiiK is iiiti-nse, the ai-eund or third done
iiiuy lie required, faultily a greater number
if tloM-a ia rx-iiiirt-d to effect the first cure
thuti ia m-vtlctl lor tiny auccct-dltitf time there
ifu-r, showing thut the nit-Ulciiic ia accumu
lative in its citt-ciM. tt-udliig towurd an event
ual iMTiiiiiui-nl cure.
I;ur sulc at
46 SOCTH MAIN STREET
We oflVr tfivaU'r induce
ments to piikIi liuyt'i'M of Dry
(ioods than any liouso in
.Ml our Domestic (ioods
toiiLvlit liefore. the rise of cot
ton are now hoM at prime
Tans ami Tni'iiso., the
test selertion ill town, re-
ii nl less of cost.
Ciirtaiiirt in p-cat variety
for lews than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Xui-
kins ami Doilies at prieeH
that defy competition.
White Goods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their.
Our stock is very hii'K'o und
we tire determined to reduce
Kid (.loves and Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell tlio low
est, ('all nnd see us before
All (Joods two now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Cull and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank af AahrvlUs.