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VOLUME VI. NO. 66.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
v wm. r,,3r
A plueo planned Hiitl devel
oping U8 a
isituatod in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROUNA,
A region noted for houltli
fulnoHH and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It in being luid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable plueo for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investment. For
illuHtruted pamphlet, ad
dress, UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, JHUchcll Co., N. C.
DRUMMER' SAMPLES OF
Apron, Handkerchief and
At perceal anil aati percent, leaa than
All Mew and l.ale4 Mlyle.
m . MAIN ST.. AHIinVILLB,
itTHi flacs roa
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
Wil.TII . OwVN. W. W. WK.T.
GVYN & WEST,
(nimraaore to Walter B.flwya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Miliary I'uhlle. Commissioners ol lieedn
OKVICIMMaM'iwI Caart Hqaare,
Real Eatnte Brokers,
And Invcatmcnt Agent.
Loan, at a rely placed at iereent.
omw a I'altim Aet toenail flour.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wnalda't auy tlmlirr lamia, ntlnrrnl ini
setleaor Asheville Ural ruitatrr
Thrn call on as, MoraUii. anil we will cl
thee thjr money's worth.
Wt can aril that a hnnee lilt, Icml the he
ela to erect a dwelllna thcrenn, anil Insure
the aame In an I'lra Insurance Company
doing bamneaa In thla Mate.
Ulre aa a rail, Moratiul
JUNKS eft JKNKft,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Mooium Jk to, McAfee Block
It Pattoa At., A.aetllle, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled;
tins been withdrawn after a very buvcchaiuI
run. and we now present our matchless
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN ANO FEED FOR TOUR USE AT .POPJ
IMMfRM OPKN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices are always low,
and particularly ho on shoes,
in comparison with shoe store
prices, but we havo determ
ined in order to elos'j out
everything in the nature of a
low quarter shoe, or slipcr,
to sell them bo much Imlow
their vuluothat you will hhvh
money to buy even for next
year. Do not foil to see our
line of Summer Shoesyou
will Ik) sure to buy.
We have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices .1 el l.y
Tumblers at .'l.rc. per doz.
Mai M.r's Fly Traps at lHc
each Mammocks from 1
Croquet Sets, all prices
and we ure selling these
goods, as we did last year,
at prices awuy below any
body else in town. We ha ve
Ico Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
dessert is less exiiensive.
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.
WIS 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.
AHII ltVILL.lt, N. C.
OlMea Uarnard llulldlns:. V. O. Una Oft,
Clan., ftwelncatloa. Detail, Mr., fiircvcry
rlaaa of building at abort notice. '
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and are aa. aprtOiUlm
F. A. GRACE,
Will KkccuUi In
Encaustic or Oil
Ncallnllc-Kloral, mlaiici Jk
Addmas BO WOODWARD AVI!. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 843, AibceUle, N, C.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doingsoyou can save
money by buying your drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carmichael's Drug Store,
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
You will besurprised to see
how far $H, f 10, $12 nntl
Jflli 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 ol
Lately arrived, Men shawl
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Yalises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Ilcd 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 AYE.
Eleirant Drurr Store cen
trally located well venti
lated ?nsv of oecess agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all. bv da v and niirlit
illuminated with- electrici
ty telephone attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks nil
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Ciirurs ami Kinney s . iirnr-
ttes Choico Perfumery and
Son is Prescr i pt ion Depart-
mentnoat and clean Medi
cal sunnlies unnuestionnbly
the inirest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ver before patronage m
reasinir. public confidence
secured, succchs nttJiined
Asheville becomes tho Drug
ibstributor for a. hundred
miles around coinjK'tition
relegated to tho rear too
busv to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Aslie-
ille, IN. U.
Friday, - - - July 25,
8.30 P. M.
Y. M.C.A. 1.KCTURE HALL.
DR. A. T. PORTKR.
AN ACCOI'NT OI'
-II IH KliCltNT THII'
TO PALESTINE AND THE EAST.
FOR THE MISSION HOSPITAL
To loan oa real cetat. an'iirKy. Apply to
ji inn . 11 1 i.i'.
JulylRdlw No. 1 Legal block.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS ANO COMMENTS.
Till! North Cnrolinii UnivcrBitv Mngn-
zinc lor July contninsnn intercatiinr nnd
nblc article from the cn of Col. J. 1),
Cameron on North Carolina 17H0-'H1.
TiiitKit ia a dilTerence Iwtwecn a l)oiim
and a lutmcratiK. A boom is like that
Senator Vance is now enjoying. Tliv
I'roRrcsaivc Farmer can tell how a boom
erang feels. A boomerang isn queer mis
sile that hits the fellow on the nose who
throws it. Wilmington Messenger.
GIVE US RELIEF.
The uction of the Hoard of Aldermen
with regard to the street sprinklers has
covered every individual member of that
body with something many degrees re
moved from glory. Over a month ago
they were informed that the old sprink
ler was sold, but with u nonclmUimc de
cidedly refreshing, even if not intended to
increase the comfort of the coplc who
elected them to the offices they hold, they
paid no attention to the fact that the
city would soon be without a sprinkler
and that king dust would rule. 1'iimlly,
however, u committee was apHintcd to
look into the mutter nnd the hitter un
mindful of the remonstrances being en
tered at every hand took their time in
lierforming the duty imHiscd uKn them.
Meanwhile resident and visitor united
in complaints to the various members of
the Hoard but they paid no heed. At
last the committee did manage to
step to Mr. Swicegood's office aud
order the wagons. They were to be
out in ten duvs so a member of the
Hoard ol Aldermen told Tilt ClTIZKN,
but they arc not finished yet.
The complaints have grown in niimlier
aud volume until the climax wus reached
yesterday morning when n lady und gen
tleman came to Tin: Citizkn oHice and
asked that the paicr advocate u village
improvement society, of the kind so kh
ular in the more Southern States, thai
would take the matter in its hands and
sec that the city had at least the nilvun
tages and conveniences usual to villages.
The idea is not without its good points
Surely something must he done. Kcsort
its do not cure to come to towns w hen
u walk through the streets will leavi
them looking as il tiny hail got down
and rolled in u country road. That wn
just the way u number of ladies lookcii
Sunday when they entered church, am
nobody neeil entry the idea in their hcai
that visiting Indies who ruin thcirclresscs
on the streets of Asheville just because
the city will not supply street sprinklers
will carry the impression of this delight.
I'ul sKit away with them that they
would if the streets were kept in any
thing like n good condition.
it is a stinging nnd lusting disgrace In
the fairest sxt in the mountains that no
more attention should be paid to the
condition of its streets. I'nilon avenue
yesterday morning was one cloud ol
dust, H'dcstrians walked up it with their
hands over theireyes und all of the store
were closed. No more appeared on the
streets than had to and that did not in
clude any ladies.
It is high time something is done. An
advertisement is now standing in Tin:
Citizi'.n asking those merchants who
want advertisements on the side of the
wagons to come forward at once. It
might be remarked that if all that is
lucking to complete the sprinklers is the
advertisements, that Ashcvillc's reputa
tion is at stake and that the advertiser).
might wait until the dust of four long
weeks was laid.
Not Vet Decided.
The Mayor and Hoard ol Aldermen met
nt the National Hank of Asheville yester
day afternoon to consider the plans for
the new city budding. It was decided to
submit them to J. A. Wagner and J. A.
Tenncnt to have estimates as to the cost
of each, made. A mcetintf will lie held
this afternoon to consult with the nrehi
The Keinnliin) ofCoiiMul Htliuyler.
MKelnl to The Citlsrn.
London, July 111'. The remains of Con
sul Ocnernl Ivugcnc Schuyler, who died
at Cairo last Friday, were to-duy
ahipivd to Iviiglund. The Americans at
Cairo attended the services. The re
mains will he sent to America us soon as
they arrive at Loudon.
IIckIiih a l.lfe weiilence.
Hlmlnl to The CIILrn.
Dannumoka, N. V., July 22. This was
the day on which Joseph Chaplcaii, the
I'latlsliurg murderer, wus to have been
killed by electricity. Instead he lieglns
his labors as u lilc prisoner in Clinton
Melurned lo WMnhltiKtoii.
HlK-Clllt to TiikCitiikn.
Cam MavJuIj- aa. The President's
private cur was attached to the regular
nine o'clock express nnd the nation s ex
ecutive together with Sccrctnry llulford
were landed in Philadelphia two hours
lute. They will reach Washington be.
tween and i o'clock this afternoon,
Will Have lo Mklrtnlnti.
Hiirclnl tn The Citiirn.
Huston, July aa. The Grnml Army
Committee on Accommodations closed
its office to-day according to announce
ment, (Juitrlrr have been provided for
fully seventy-five thousand veterans
Those who have delayed putting in their
applications will have to skirmish,
MelecllMK the Director.
Muedal to Tus Citiikn.
Ciiicaiio, July 22. The national com.
tniltec on the World's Fair will to-day
npHiint a stib-committca which will Inte
this afternoon select the director general
of the rxK)sition. It will probably be
FIRST DAY'S MEETING.
THE W. C. T. U. BEGINS ITS
WHAT WAS DONE AT THIS MORN
AddreHHeH by Different Membera
To-morrow' ProKram Monie
of the Promlneut VlMltorM.
The Assembly for the Asheville School
of Methods begun its exercises 9. .'10 a. m.
in the chuicl of the Asheville Female Col
lege. The devotional exercises were eon
conducted by Mrs. M. S. A. Webb, of Sa
vannah, Ga. After the singing of the
Hymn, Lome Holy hpint, :inrl or-iyer
by the Kev. Dr. Cndwnlladcr of Jackson
ville, Flu., nnd husband of the president
of the Florida W. C. T. U., Mrs. M. M
Wells stilted the objects aud privileges of
the assembly, and mcntione.l that Miss
Willard nnd Miss Anna Oordim would Ik1
present for u week, that Miss Mary Allen
West, Demi Wright, Miss Griffin, and
Mrs. Chapin would also be here.
After taking the names of the classes to
be conducted during the session, Miss
Anna Gordon, Assistant Stipt, of the Na
tional Juvenile Department, gave a prac
tical and charming address on juvenile
methods. A striking point in her remarks
was the advice to organizers of juvenile
societies that the children should not he
asked lo take the pledge at their first
meeting, but let them first secure the sym
pathy und consent of their mothers, as
such u com se disarms nil opHsition.
Another good Kinl was, never have a
meeting on Saturday, curtailing the one
holiday ; nor on Sunday as the day is
lull otherwise; but choose n week day.
"Set the children to work," is the great
secret of retaining their interest. Teach
them to conduct the meeting themselves.
Mrs. Mary Woody, president of North
Carolina W. C. T. I'., succeeded Miss
onion in a tulk, not on mutter, us she
mid, but on form; and gave it most prac
tical, interesting address on "Method in
Conducting W. C. T. I Meetings."
Mrs. llohbs, of Guilford College, N. C,
.nude a most interesting tulk upon the
subject of heredity, a sensible mode of
livss for girls, and girl's clubs for study,
elating to liculth.
A ipicstion box answering many prac
tical ipirslioiis for the work followed the
noontide hour of prayer. Mrs. I 'ease, of
the Girl's Industrial home, was presented
to the Assembly, nlso Vrs. Kay, who
inndc the Asheville school of methods a
possibility bv the contribution of an ex
tensive plot of ground lor the erection of
Miss Willard nnd Miss Gordon, Mrs.
Wells nnd Mrs. Kclls arrived last week.
tnd Mrs. Chapin, Miss Griffin and Mrs.
Woody are expected on to-day's trains.
Of the two first mentioned it is not neces
sary to make further mention.
Mrs. Wells, ol Clmttnnoogu, is one of
the national organi.crsof the W. T. C. ('.
and has scarcely unequal nnthc platform.
She is now fresh from n four months' tour
on the Pacific sloie. She is president ol
the W. C. T. I'. Assembly, over which she
has come to preside at Asheville.
Mrs. Kelts, a Mississippinn, widely
known in her state as an educator and
now editor of the White Kiblmn, one ol
tlie livest pnieri in her native state.
Miss Griffin, of Montgomery, Ala., has
Iwen working ts national orgnnixcr since
last convention held at Chicago. She is
regarded us the coming woman of the
Of Mrs. Chapin, of Charleston, it is un
necessary to Sieuk, her reputation, ns a
writer and u speaker, being world-wide,
and her successful efforts ns suix-rintcnd-
cnt ol the southern states, daring the ic-
riod of seed-sowing in the present reform,
having given her the well-deserved repu
tation, which she still retains. At last
national convention, she wus added to
llicjlisl of orguuucrs ill the ''World's W.
C. T. IV
Mrs. Woody, of Guilford College, isthe
adored president of the North Carolina
W. C. T. 1'. She was elected president of
her state at the inciting held in Grecns
iHiro ill lsx:i when Miss Willard wheeled
the "Old North State" into line. Hy her
true womanliness and her consecrated
energies, Mrs. Woody lias hccnthcmcnns
of developing a grand stutcorganuittion,
despite the strong prejudice and inherited
conservatism to Iw met in the women
among whom she labors. In the Nation
nl conventions, North Carolina's leader
is a iHitcnt figure.
Other prominent workers are exiected
during the Assembly, lazing now delayed
by previous engagements ns lecturers,
To-morrow's program is ns follows:
11, iKvolioniil Uxcrciscs, Mrs. Woody.
ll.llll. Young Woman s Work, Instruc
lor, Miss Anna Gordon,
10. HibleSliidv. I Kan Wright.
It. Purity in Literature and Art, Miss
ll.HO, Press, Mrs. Kclls
13 M. Noontide Prayer.
Miss Gordon's Class of Voting People.
KV UN INI J.
Sermon by Kev. Allred A. Wright, I lean
nl l nuutuuiiin ."school oi i neology,
MrHnginrcrscnrn from$Hl)0 to$2,0M)
a year, Take two years' course nt Trin
Ity College. Necessary excuses $170 a
year, hoitow tne money,
Hliot at hy MooiiHlilnerH.
Wm. Johnson, jr., C. A. Webb, Ii. M
Hcardcn, J. K. S. Kay aud J. II. Phillicck
lelt Saturday morning for a two weeks
tramp through the mountains around
Ashivillc, They returned yesterday
While near Crnggy, the party wus fired
upon hy three men, supposed to lie moon
shiners looking out for revenue officers,
Johnston received one small shot on the
thumb and one went through his bat.
The CuiiiIiik Convention.
The Richmond and Danville will give
special rules to the democratic con
vention to be held nt Ilrysou City on
July 24. Tickets will be on sale Wed
nesclny and Thursday, good reluming
Saturday. The fare is as follows:
1 Pigeon Kivcr 2.7."
1 Wayuesvillc 2.20
1 Sylvn l.lli
1 Dilhiioro 1.00
1 Jurrctts I.(i5
Hated Irani Htnrviitloii.
The Sim has a slice of luck every now
ami then, nnd il comes like a streak ol
sunshine during a cloud v sivM. This ul-
ternoon Wyalt llros. had placed on our
iicsk tne iinesi cauleloiiie we nave
seen this season. It looks icrfcetly ele
gant and the first chance we get, that
cantelotiie is "n goner." lie has a good
supply ol the same ami we would advise
you to get one for breakfast in the morn
ing. iuriium aun.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
The i'tnte Press mcctiiiL' lieinns at Dur
The State cncutniuncnt at Wriuhts-
villc begins to-day.
Chudhourn is raisiui: funds for u bran
new Haptist church.
W. W. CovillL'ton. u i.roiniucnt Koek-
ingliuiu physician, is dead.
Dogs and pig inns lire just now re
ceiving the Kulcigh aldermen's wrath.
Charlotte's Prcshvtcriun church has
just added 52 mimes to its memlicrsliip
Oscar Sicncer, a Greensboro iicwsImiv,
'lis bitten by a mud dog. A mud stone
ImilSla Llllll it link ll.il il iiiiirti. .1 r-.rtn
ill ils boundaries.
A lire nt the iioor house near KnleiL'h
lestroyed the house ol tlie ('.inner. Alton!
$U(lll will cover the loss.
Shelby, Kutherforiltouaiid other iHiints
on the three C's ruil will indulge in an
cxeurj'on to Charleston on July 2'.l.
Two Charlotte men lit under contract
with an linglish syndicate to lurnisli
Ihcm with a large amount of lumlicr.
Il is to lie shinned from New York direct
Ilctwecn WilmitiL'lon. Morehead. Aslii-
ville, Mt. Airv and the Piedmont section.
North Carolina is imlccmlcnl of the
worm us to summer resorts. 1-iiyctlc-villc
K. II. Kivka. n tnlin,..,! itlnnlor in VhIi
count v, hud his crop damaged $."i,0ni
......ii. i i...a . f-i i
...Mi,, ,'j ii ii-wih imiii morui. i lie illllll-
nge to corn in that section amounts u
fully that much.
W. A. Willmril. fl ftirnu-r Irrndnril ill
Trinity college has forged the nnuies ol
ms employers III Washington anil lllllH'il
lit,, niiinlri. II. 1..I .. ..,.. .....I I.....
. . v .. n , i,i,i iuiii
children Inland him.
The Twin Cilv Dnilv savs that Kev.
Flislni Holland, of Gold'shoro, is K."
venra of iiefi! nml n li..iiw tttitt ..f I.1...-L
hair is beginning to grow on his buhl
iieaii. At Mil lie cut a tooth.
Six bottles of canned hueklelnrrieii thai
were lost over Till venrs iil'o were re
cently found by workmen who were dig-
K'iik in mi urn n-iiur in nnsiungiou.
.Much ol tlie Iruit wus well preserved.
Two strniiL'ers ollcred A. II. I.akev n
drink from n tug near Muridiv and be nc-
crptcd. Several tunes he hit the llask by
nil Hint hut when lie Imiii v deelined to
indulge further the men fell iimiii him
and severely lient him. The men esciird.
The WiliniiiL'ton Star oilers a bushel of
goobers to the republican candidate in
t ins Mute who will relusc lo sign I be al
liance "demands" if they should Ir; pre
sented to him, and il tlie winner prelers
them that way they will have l hem
The Herlie count v democratic conven
tion places iiikiii record ils umimililird
approval of nnd entire confidence in
ancc s mtrgritv of purismc in nil olh-
ciul acts, and Ik licves that "the interests
of our Mate will lie Ik-mI subserved lu
lus re-election to the I niled Stales sen-
A svndicnle of Kuleiuh men have taken
mi option on il large tract of coal land
in Miiiinam comilv. Il will lie thor-
oughlv develoieil. The tract consists ol
I .ami acres ol line coal land Ivimr alone
Deep river. Coal is known lo exist there
in great quantities, und the quality is
The Guilford county Fanners' Alliance
have resolved in favor of 110111111111! the
public school lax, and that some appro
priation oc mane i iy tne Mine lor the
liighrrediicaliiiu of women. They request
thai some action mi the nil iniiTiaiit
sulijivt of ediiealion be taken nt the ucx.
session ol the general assembly.
Col. Anlhonv. of the Fourth Ke,riin..iii
ol ,oitn t-sroiiuii Mate troops, has ten
... .... i. .. ..
dered his resigniition to Governor l-'owle.
Lol. Anthony recommended the Cover.
nor's disapproval of it ml it ion ol the
llornci s .Mst Miicnirn lo go into camp
wun t nc rirst ami I nirii rcgiineuts, iiml
the Governor iinid no atlenlioii nnd
granted the request, The resigniition is
A dispatch to the Atlanta Conslilutlon
savs: An imiHirtuul leiiltirc ol thctlriim-
l airanu niimnce I'lirmers- cueanipnietit
lo is? ueiii at mount nouy, n, Julv
iNth to Auuust 2nd, will lie the ormitii-
nation of a league, whose nicmlirrs pledge
Ihcmsclvcs to use as far ns sissiblc tlie
products of southern inanufiicturcs, ol
every kind. At every fair held in the
South this year, such nil nrgitnixiition
should be made. Manufacturers of all
kinds of goods should place samples nt
nil these fairs nnd show the people how
much the South herself produces for the
necessities in ncr mime me.
WT Tickets for the lecture at the Y. M
C. A. hall, Friday July 25th by A. T,
Porter on "I'nlcstltie nnil the linst" can
lie obtuineil nt this office or from the
Indies connected witu the hospital.
NEVER FAILING CUKE FOR
TKAIIIi MARK KUGISTliRHD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLT SURE AND
Cares l-Aery Variety of Headache
ANU NOTHING UI.SU.
Has earned for itself
the en viable rcputa-
lion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article ill the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIi.apaciih. The
immense favor which hus greeted it from
all quarters, procs ils true merits and
tcccpliibilily to the public. Il 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 upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs us
CIILOKAL AND COCAlNli,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be taken by
young uud old without fear or serious
results. Il is not a Cathartic, docs not
Jisiirrtingc the stomach, nnd contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The icculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in ils being thoroughly
reliable as u cure for any kind of hcud-
ichc without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying nftcr-cllccts,
is in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most (Kipulur and saleable urlielc in
the market, wherever known.
IMKIXTIONS 1'OK I Sli.
The iIuhc lor un iiilult is two lCUMHMlful
ill u Mine Kins, ol' Wllter. Iiunc for ehililrea
n iniH,riiuti, uevonlniu lo bkc. In either
aw lliv doM.. eun lie nH-uted every thirty
iiuliuei, until u cure 1. illceteil. tine dose will
nlftuys drive liwny an nuud of lleiiiluelic,
if taken wlu-u lirst fevlitiK the premonitory
lyniptoin.; hut if llivatuiek I. well on, aud
ullcrtiiji in iuu-ime, the sccuntl or thinl dose
muy lie rciUin-d. t'.ually a Kreater number
if doiH-a i. n-iuired to elU-et the llrst cure
thiol ia Deeilvd lur uny .ueivedinii tune therc-
ufter, Mbiiwiuit thot the niedieine I. aveumu
iative in its ctk-ets, u-iuIIiik towurd an eveul
uul pcniiiint-nt eurv.
Vur Mile ut
46 HOt'TlI MAIN STRUIiT.
Bargains ! BarguinH !
Wo offfr jivattT indueo-
nipnis to rash buyers of Dry
(iootLs than any house in
All our Domestic (iooiln
lioiiht before (lie rise of cot
ton are now solil at piiiiio
Tans ami Pui'umiIh, tho
liest Heleetitui in town, 're-
iil'illess of cost.
(.'urtniim iu $ivil variety
for leas than you can buy
Tablo IJnen, Towels, Nni-
kius ami Doilies at jn'ires
that ilefy conipetitiou.
White (iooiIs, Kuibrokler
ies ami Laces ut half their
Our slock is very lare ami
wo aru determined to reduce
Kitl (! loves and Hosiery,
tho best slock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
Wo will undersell tho low
est. Cull und kco us before
All Clouds are now marked
in pla in figures lowest prices
iu everything. Cull und con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Opposite Baak af AahrrUla.