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I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, I
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, 28 cento. Three Times, BO cento.
Six Timet, 78 cento.
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE.
SC. PER HUNDRED,
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
'VOLUME VI. NO. 81.
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ncoicnn nun in wniiwunn.
A region noted for health
iness and beauty of
1a n Novation of 3.800 feet.
It is being laid out with
ite and skill, with well
'graded roads and extensive
A rrrmrl nnnortunitv for
I profitable investments. For
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t ii uscrauea ihiihihhui,
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LIUTlUe, Mitchell Co., N. C.
CHEVIOT. SATEEN AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS JUST
IN. LADIES' BLAZERS,
SHIRT WAISTS & CHIM
30 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
33 a MAIN ST., ASHBVIIXB,
Tll PLACB FOB
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
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WLT. B. OWT, W. W. WT.
GWYII & WEST,
(Successor to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE
Loans Securely Placed at 8
OFFICE Southeast Court Square,
Real Estate . Brokers,
And Investment Amenta.
Loan, ac nrely placed at 8 per cent.
OSamt 34 B Patton An. Second floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Woulda't buy timber land., mineral prop-
rtlea or A.heTlll. Real Batater
Then call on ua, Horatio, and we will irlve
.the. thy money', worth.
W. can aell the. a bona, lot, lend thee .hek
el. to eraet a dwelling thereon, and Inaure
th. .am. In any Fire Inanrane. Company
.doing buaineaa In thl. Stat..
Otre ua a call, Horatio I
REAL ESTATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
aeonii 4k 10, McAfee Block
SS Pattos At., AiImtum, M. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBUC.
The Great Comedy Flay entitled
Has been withdrawn after very .ucccaaful
ran, and we now prcKnt oar matchlem
Stock of Groceries
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP;
DOOM OPEN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER.
During the month of Au
gust we want to close out
everything we havo in the
line of Summer Goods. We
are going to buy a big stock
for the Fall and Winter and
we want no money locked up
in Goods to carry over. We
have some beautiful patterns
in Flouncings and Allovers
that we will sell so cheaply
that it would be economy to
buy even for next Summer,
as one cannot have too many
White Dresses. If you need
a LHunket or a Comfort these
cool nights you can find what
you want at our place. A
new line of Ginghams in Fall
Shades have just come in,
and are going to be sold very
low, as is our habit with all
our Goods. We have about
six Ice Cream Freezers of the
season's lot; they will be sold
very low. You can still buy
Croquet Setts and Ham
mocks of us cheaper than
anybody elso. Our Store is
headquarters for all sorts of
of which we ask an inspec
Come to seo us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will save money. Every
thing at lowest prices at
SEPTEMBER 3, 4,5 8.6, 1890.
Of alt the handeomc and valuable property
that ha. been offered In A.hevlllc, none com
parable to the unbroken forest of oyer One
uMHMrf 1mm rilvlrfrri and aubdlvlded Into
the moat bcautllul lot. and tract., lying
The Boulevard oftho City,
About one-thlrd being within city llmlta and
the remainder In the charming auburbaa villa
Only one mile from Court Square (10 mln
men drive) and on the beat and moat popular
drive leading to the country. There la a lab
yrinth of avenue, and atreeta being built
through theae ground, under the aupervlalnn
of one of the Bneat engineer, in the Bouta
The lot. and tract, will range In alae from It
acre to 8 to 8 acre., the larger plat, covering
aom. of th. moat beautiful and pictureaque
elevatlona to be found in a day'. Journey
Bend for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
W. G. CARMICIIAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing so you can save
money by buying your drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Cannichael'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.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer Goods
in order to close them
A large discount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 A 9 PATTON AVE-
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all. by day and night
illuminated with electrici
ty telephone attachment-
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 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 the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busv to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
F. A. GRACE.
( Formerly of Lyman a Child I,
nrHca Mo. Lesral Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loana arcurely placed at B per cent.
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Combl
nation Moulding. Al.o Room Moulding..
Picture. Matted, Mounted and Framed at
loweat price, and work guaranteed. Bngrav
Inge, Painting, and Local View, alway. on
ss S. Main St.(
apr 18 d
Photo gallery over Law'a .tor. Haye'a
patent aayiignti panora .no imnimi
nartmcnti commodlona and eaay of acceaa,
TIE JEWS I
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
"THE CITIZEN" TO-DAY.
PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE AND
A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT TO A
BUENOS AYRES EXCITED BUT
HAPPY AT LAST.
A TERBtlBLE HAIL, STORM IN
Baltimore, Md., August 8. Mrs.
Mollie Storm, wife of Mr. S. W. Storm, a
clerk in the tax department at the city
hall, and Edith V.,hisl4-yearold daught
er j Mrs. J. R. Johnson, w'fe of the secre
tary of the Viaduct X wnfnrturing Com
pany, and Carroll, aged nine years, son
of Mr. J. S. Grnhnra, clerk of the Spring
Grove Asylum, were drowned in St. Ini
goes creek, St. Mary county, while bath
ing. The bodies were brought to Balti
more this morning.
The drowned were members of a party
of fourteen Bnltimorinns: Mrs. Storm
and two children, Mrs. Johnson and
three children and nephew, Miss Nettie
Graham, her three nephews and niece,
and Mrs. Stevens.
The party with the exception of Miss
Graham, who stood on the shore, went
bathing in a creek about a qunrter of a
mile from the bouse where they were
stopping. The steamer Sue came along.
The delight of the young ones at the
sight of the vessel lound expression in
hearty cheers, and the waving ot bands,
which salutations Cant. Ccoghegnn ac
knowledged byseveratwhistles. The Sue
at this time was about a quarter of a
mile distant from the bathers. The un
dertow from the steamer caught the wo
men and children and swept some ol
them beyond their depth. Miss Nettie
Graham cried out so loudly that Capt.
Geoghegan heard her, but before hecould
reach the bather, a number ot oystcrmcn
went to their rescue and saved nine. Mrs.
Johnson and Edith Storm lost their lives.
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in cuon. iu auvc iuih oiurm uuu viirrun
Graham. Mrs. Storm, when carried
ashore was insensible, but was resusci
PROCKEDINO OP CONURK88.
The Removal of lieu, Grant's Re.
mains-Work In the Houac,
Washington, August 8. In the senate
to-day Senator Call offered a resolution
(which was agreed to) instructing tin-
committee on foreign relations to repot t
sucn a measure as may be necessary lor
the protection of citizens of the United
States who were formerly residents ol
Cuba and subjects of Spnin, against
prosecution by the Spanish government
tor olfcnccs alleged to have been commit
ted by them.
The concurrent resolution heretofore
offered by Senator I'lumb expressing the
desire ol congress for the removal of the
remains of Ocn. Grant to Arlington Nn
tionnl Cemetery was taken up und agreed
The conference report on the fortifica
tion bill was then taken up for consider
ation. Washington. August 8. In the house
to-day Mr. Mutchlor, of Pennsylvania,
was excused at his own rciiuest Irom
further service on the committee on coin
age, weights and measures and Mr.
Vaux, ol i'enn.ylvnuia, wus upoinlcu
to fill the vacancy.
The house resumed the consideration
of the general deficiency bill, the cnding
question beng on the amendment graut
ing a month's extra pay to thcempToyees
of the bouse and senute.
KEMMLER FIRST AND LAST.
Probably Mo Oilier Hnrderer will
Ever be Killed by Electricity.
London, August 8. The Times, News
and other big dnilies of this city have
come out squarely against the electro-
ru ' t , i l : .
cuuun ol Acmnwr, iiiiu uciiuuiiwu it un
barbarous. They licnp abuse upon the
United States government for tolerating
it, and declare that civilisation over then
tends to bnrhnrism.
Nkw Yohk. Auirust 8. All the news-
Kapers denounce the execution of Kcmm
r by electricity and say it will never be
used again tor that purpose.
Edison says: "The true way to exe
cutes criminal Is to send the current
through his body from one nrm of the
death chair to the other. The arms,
hands and fingers are full of blood, which
is a good conductor of electricity. I.ct
the hundsbe nrooerlv cleansed nnd moist
ened, and the charge would pass through
the heart, causing instant ucatn."
Dr. Pellestinnl Elected Prealdcnl
and Everybody Pleaacd.
BimNot Ayr KB, August 8. The citi
zens here are jubilnnt over the election
of Dr. Pcllegrinnl to the presidency.
Crowds parade the streets bearing joyful
Thccitv was illuminated last night.
Governors of all the provinces have sent
telegrams to Dr. rcllcgrinni congratu
lating him upon his accession to the
The program of the new cabinet has
been presented to the chamber of depu
ties. It includes acknowledgement of
resnect for the constitution, promises a
just administration of public funds and a
development ot nniionui resources.
TKRHIHI.K HAIL. STORM.
MlnncNola Take II This Time
Montkvipko, Minn., August 8, A ter
rible hull storm occurred here last even
ing. Kcnortl from the northeast, six
miles out. say that all standinggrnin was
dcstroYcd. Vrom the southwest, five
miles out, totnl destruction Is rcnrtcd,
while from e uht miles In the southeast
iron, were badly damaged. The storm
took a wide stretch. Over one-hnlf of the
f train was hnrvested. consequently the
oss is not quite so great as it might have
lis: Odd Pellowa' Parade.
Chicago, August 8. Yesterday was a
half holiday in honor of the visiting Odd
Fellows, and the greatest parade known
in the history of the secret order is in
progress. Between 40,000 and 00,000
Odd Fellows were in ths column.
COXE THEN VANCE.
Action of the solk County Con
vention X. B. Vance Endoraed.
Coluudus, N. C, August 5. The dem
ocratic convention of Polk county held
here endorsed for Hon. A. S. Merrimon
chief justice, Hon. J. C. McRca, associate
justice supreme court ; M. H. Justice for
judge ana F. I. Osborne solicitor ol Elev
enth judicial district. Col. Coxc was the
first choic for congress and then Gen
Resolutions endorsing Hon. Z. B.
Vance were unanimously adopted.
From the Winston Dally,
Polk county democrats have instructed
for Col. Prank Coxe for congress from
the Ninth district first, last and all the
Mews Front Henderaonvllle.
Hhndrnsonville, August 7c
Editor Citizen : Our town continues
full of visitors. More than usual are
here this year. The rains have prevented
much riding, but the last two days are
an earnest of future gooC wenther. The
crops are very fine. Cabbage are being
shipped in large numlwrs. The new jail
is going up rupidly. The public foun
tain has been removed from the middle
of the street to court house square and
its surroundings much improved. The
new railroad depot building is rap
idly nearing completion. This will sup
ply a long needed want.
We nre looking lor a very large crowd
on August 19 und days following, at the
sale of lots on those days.
Our streets have been muddier this
summer than ever ln-fore, and worse even
than in winter, but gravel is being placed
over the mud uud a good road bed will
Democratic township meeting next
THE LATEST NEWS "
KM NOKTH CAROLINA.
A fire occurred nt Burlington Thurs
day. One store and the poBtollice were
Down at Greensboro a day or ago
negroes were whipHil by a policcmun,
properly delegated, for fighting.
Rev. Sam P. Jones will commence
meetings at Winston on the ITith of Scr
tember. The meetings will continue not
less than ten days.
Judge Bynum, of Charlotte, sold a
large xirtin of his laud to Mr. Sink, of
Winston, this week. Considerations, fif
teen thousand dollars.
At Greensboro severnl valuable horses
have died thisscusou with lockjaw, which
seems to have become almost epidemic
among the livery stnblcs there.
Considerable interest is shown nt High
Point over the rediscovery of a tine min
eral spring uIkjuI two mites from town.
It had been tilled up tor years.
A little boy of twelve named Willie
Medlin killed himself drinking whiskey
near Vouugsville, Wnkccounlv, Monday.
He was begged to take a drink by a mid
dle aged man.
Prof, and Mrs. W. P. Pentrcm, princi
pals of one of the lending schools in Guil
ford county, have IhiiIi been extremely
ill with typhoid fever for the last month,
and Mr. I-cntrell died yesterday.
Congressman W. II. II. Cowles is at
his home in Wilkesboro, nnd is in very
feeble health. His physicians says he
should have been at home long ugo, but
he stood steadily at his post to vote
against the election bill.
There is nn organized movement
within the Alliance to defeat Senator
Vance, and that. too. in suite of the fact
that there are many good and true demo
crat Alliancemcn who are hostile to tin-
movement. Charlotte Chronicle.
Messrs. Duke, of Durham, have be
gun the erection of a mammoth storage
warehouse in connection with their fac
tory at Durham. The structure will be
five stories high, one of the highest in the
State, and the dimensions will be 200x00
Greensboro is snid to have still anoth
er aKX. John C. Tipton, who has been
editor of the Patriot, daily and weekly,
since its revival in January, retired from
that pniicr an Monday, and will iicgiu
the publication of the Guilford Democrat
about August 20. The Democrat will be
nn orthodox paper.
We have been shown the throttle to
Mr. John Smyre's engine, which Stqicrin
tendent Mcllce hns kindly had enclosed
in a handsome case with a glass front
nnd presented to Mrs. Smyers. It was
taken from the engine in which he was
killed in the fcnrlul accident on buluiln
mountain in June. Newton Enterprise.
The report thnt a successor to Smicr-
intendent Dixon of the Orphan Asylum
had been npiointcd. Mqicnntcniicni
Dixon hns not even tendered his resigna
tion I The apiHiiutmcnt of n successor
when mnde will lie made by the directors
nnd the directors have not even yet
been called together. Knlcigh News and
Thos. Cnmn. of Rutherford county.
N. C had ten sons and one dauuhtcr by
hi. first wife. He married agnm ns his
second wife. Miss Margaret Carney, of
North Carolina, and had iy her ten sons
and two daughters. Then he died. The
twenty-three children of Thos. Camp
were, as might have been expected, a
prolific nnd stalwart race. Only one of
them, unugnicr, npproneaeu mc min
er's record, however. She had twenty
two children. At a reunion a few years
ago in Douglass county, Gn., fully 3,000
cacent cnts were present, a liny or two
ngn, nt the residence of the late Major
William A. Camp, near Dalton, On., as
sembled all of Ids seven sons and their
dracendnnts in n family reunion, the oc
casion being their mother' seventieth
Essie Skscn, years old, of Charlotte,
and a goat, ol nowhere esiiecmiiy, were
nlnving on the edge of the Carolina Cen
tral's deep cut Saturday. The goat was
staked, like a cow in a pasture, am at
once both rolled down into the railroad
cut. The roie which was fastened to
the goat's neck caught on a fence post.
On the loose end was a loop, which
cnuuht around Essie's neck mid drew
tight. Both the child nnd the gont were
.ii.nendcd bv their necks fully six feet
from the bottom of the cut. Another
child gave an alarm and Essie and the
?Oat were rcscuca. nc cnnu wan unit,
n the fnce and totally unconscious. Dr.
Wilder, by the use of ammonia, nnd forc
ing air in her lungs, hnally restored ncr to
ennarlnuanru. She is now nil right.
Of course the gont did not mind a little
thing like that.
IS HE THE MAN WANTED?
NORTH CAROLINA INTEREST'
ED IN THIN CASE.
A Man Convicted of Illgamv In
Georgia Who Declare He In Not
the Guilty One, But Another HIh
Experience In Thin State.
Atlanta, August 8. The Rev. Walter
R. Dale, formerly pastor of the Sixth
Baptist church of Atlanta has been con
victed of bigamy at Dallas, Ga., where
he hus been on trial for several days.
The testimony on the triul was that Dale
was raised at Concord, N. C, and there
he married a Miss Horton, by whom' la-
had four children. At that time he was
known as J. O. II. Nutull. He was a
jeweler by trade and went about from
place to place looking lor worn. At
Dallas, N. C, he stayed nt the house of u
man named Rnwlings, und a daughter of
Ruwlings fell in love with him. They
disappeared together, Nutall leaving be
mud ins v. nc anil children. At (.Olivers,
Ga.. the girl's relatives found him nnd in
duced her to return home, lcuving her
child with its father.
Later there appeared in Dallas, Gn., n
jeweller named Walter K. Dale. There
wus another scandal in which n woman s
name figured, and then came his conver
sion to the Baptist church, and after
awhile his admission to the ministry. He
married in Dallas, Miss Smith, who is his
present wife. After living there some
time they enmc to Atlanta, and here Dale
was given a little charge out in the su
burbs of the city. He labored along faith
fully so far as is known until he was re
cognized by an old friend from North
Carolina as Nutull.
He denied bitterly that lie is Nutull. nnd
fought the case through a long trial, but
the jury found him guiltv of bigamy.
Dale says his first recollection was of lie-
iug a street Aral) in New York. He
drifted about until he enmc into the
hands of a gambler named ilig Ned Mc--Sweeny.
Willi McSweeny he coveted a
good part of the country, ami was known
as McSwcenv's Kid. He deniesever hav
ing lived in North Carolina. 11 is lawyers
AITA1KS Ol- CoNSEjJVEXCE.
France has assented to a British pro
tectorate over Zanzibar.
Lord Tennyson is now in better health
than he hus been for years.
The m- mlK-rs of the International Med
ical Congress have decided to hold their
next rongicss in Rome in 1K0X
A mob of soldiers und peasants de
stroyed a railroad in China, and the gov
ernment mnde no effort to interfere with
the work of destruction.
In retaliation for grievances, men of
the artillery battery ot Exeter, England,
cut the harness of the horses nnd pre
vented a parade which wus ordered.
The President hns returned to Wash
ington from Cnc May.
The annual retreat of Jesuits in nil
provinces of the United States has begun.
The Christian Socialist Society is to
have n nutionul convention in New York
New York real estate has grown in
vuluc neurly $07,000,000 during the
Sixtv miles of the Saute Pe Road, be
tween Benson und Nogales, have ln-en
Cei sua statistics show that the iudcht-
edncs of States has decreused $."18,000,
000 since 1KM0.
The New York grund jury found in-
lictments for manslaughter in the first
legrcc ngainst Dr. McGonignl, Mrs.
Fanny Shaw und August Harrison, im
plicated in the death by malpractice of
The Convention of the United Broth
erhood of CarK-nters nnd joiners at
Chicago yesterday has decided to locate
me ncndiiuuricrs 01 mc uouy ai 1111111-
delphia for the next ten years.
It is snid Philadelphia importers will
test the customs administrative law on
the point of Mr. Rccd'siiortimcounting.
In the senate Mr. Gorman mnde a
speech in favor of the reduction of the
duties on iron ore, but the proposition
In the house the conference report on
the original package bill was presented
and adopted. The report leaves the bill
us it passed the senate.
OUT ON THE IWKXiS.
Never before hns there Ik-cii such n crop
in this vicinity of fine watermelons nnd
candidates. Lnlirnngc Spectator,
The fine ruins last Friday and Saturday
brought out the corn crop wonderfully.
As we heard a farmer say, "it ruined
many a nubbin." Roxboro Courier.
Dr. Ilohlcn of this place has some of
the finest tobacco ever seen in Ibis state.
It is nine feet high, uud some stalks have
thirty lenves on them. Wilson Mirror,
IlmirtHvilentlv fine crone nre reported
from ull (nurlcrs, onr farmers, with a
prophetic eye, can see incir nurns over
flowing with plenty. Red Springs Scot
A friend tells us that the corn nnd cot
ton eron of Chatham counlv is very prom
ising. Chatham, however, generally
yields a good wheat crop and this is a
failure this year. Siiimiioru uxprcss.
We have had exhibited to us. on yester
day n bcmitiltil acciiiicn of tobacco, the
"Yellow unnoco raised tins year 111
Nash county, on the tobacco farm of Mr.
8. R. Hllliiird. of that counlv. He hns in
cultivation eight and a half acres, yielding
n hout one thousand pounds to me acre.
At the present prices, this tobacco crop
will yield him about twenty-live Hundred
dollars. Wilmington Messenger.
Junt an Had. -
The value of stylish medical names for
discuses is vcrv much overruled. A man
feels ns bud when the doctor tells him he
hns enteritis or guslrulgui ns if he al
lowed his trouble to talk English and
confess itself simple stomuch-uche. Phil
The Pity or It.
1 11c large.!. euiign.niVJU" . .
mer Sundays arc ut the beach. Somer-
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADB MARK KBGISTMRHD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
CureH Every Variety .of Headache
AND NOTHING KLSU.
ANTIMIGRAINE enr"t 'r
tion of being the finest, most effective
uud reliublc article iu the mtirket for the
speedy relief uud cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Uuauaciiu. The
immense I'uvor which hus greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits uud
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, uud
those who huve once tried it, will never
For its curutive powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle iullueuces of such
poisonous drugs us
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an utont of
either ol these. It is ubsolutely free from
injurious cliemiculs, und can be tuken by
young uud old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, uud contuins
110 uoxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantages of Autinii-
gruiuc consist iu its being thoroughly
reliable us u cure for uny kind of heud-
uehe without respect to cuusc leaving
no unpleasant or annoying ufter-elVccts,
as iu the case of other so-called "hurm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular uud saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
UlKliCTlONS 1'UK LSU.
The dune lor an udult la two ti-uapoonfula
iu a wine kIum of wuier. Uune lor children
iu proportion, uevorUiiiK to age. In cither
cum- the iloav euu be rijK-uti-d every thirty
luiuui-a uutil u cure la ilketcd. One doae will
ulwuya drive uwuy uu attack of lli-udui-hc,
it tuken wlu-u lirst li-cling the preuioultury
ymutuuia; Out If the utlui-k in well on, and
aulli-riuti is iuuuae, the sci-oud or third doae
muy be n-uuin-d. Usually u greater number
of dom-a ia required to elicit the Drat cure
thau is ni-i-ded lor uny euceccding time there-
ul'ter, allowing thut the medicine ia ueeuniu
lutive in ita clli-eta, lending lowurd uu event
uul pcrinuni-iit cure.
For aulc ut
46. SOUTH MAIN STREET.
We offer greater induce
ments to cash buyers of Dry
Goods than any house iu
All our Domestic Goods
bought before the riso of cot
ton are now sold at prime
Fans and Parasols, tho
best selection iu town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in great variety
for lens than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nap
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy competition.
White Goods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their
Our Btoek is very large and
we are determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call and see ua before
All Goods are now marked
in plain figures lowest pricea
in everything. Call and con
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