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ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890.
. PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 92.
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L I N V I L L E.
A place plunaed and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF TOTEM KORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for tieolth
f ulness and beauty of
An elevation of a,80 feet,
. with cool
It 1b being laid out with
taate and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good oportunity for
profitable in vestment. Vor
illuHtrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Unwllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
CHETIOT, sXTBBI AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS JIMT
IN. LADIES' BLAZERS,
SHIRT WAISTS ft CHIM-
esbttes Just received.
30 south main 8treet.
113 a. MAIN ST., ASHBVILLB,
. la thb placi roa
COOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
View and Sketches.
apr Id d '
waVtbs sTtmrn, W. W, Wnt,
GWYH & WEST,
(tacoraaor to Waller B.Owja)
REFER TO BANK OF MHEVIUE.
REAL 1ST ATE.
Loans Been rely Placed at
Notary Pa hue. Commtoatoaera of IMeda,
orriCP SanUiaat CaarlliBire.
Real Estate Broker.
And Investment Agents.
Loan, ss.-arely placed at a per cent.
OSmi a a Pattoa Ave. Secoad Boor,
JTO WW, HORATIO!"
Woalda't bay Umber laadi, mineral prop-
erttee or Aihartlk Heal Ratal. I
Than call aa aa, Horatio, and we will jrlre
tnea thy araae;'. warta.
, We eaa aen thee a hoaet lot, lead thee ahek
ela to tract a dwelling thereon, aad Inanre
-ta aaaat ndat Sin laaaraaai Company
dota baataeae la tMa State.
(Mr. aa a aail, Horatio I ,. ,
JBMUMJt JaSNKS, . ' '
tAt UTATt MM MMHUHCI MtOKERS.
IT ie Bot alone the right aad reaeoaable
prlcea that we naawior the good, we eelt
that onr claim to yonr .patronage mainly
THB .sterling escelleace.of our Groceries
aad the approachable quality that
characterises every article we offer far tale
ahoald be well coaaMrred.
WBMkK. careful eiaminatloa and com
' part ton oT our good mnd price. All
we a.k la that yon ehontd excrdae yonr (ac
uities la yonr own behalf, and be guided la
yonr decision by the knowledge thua ob
tained. A. D. COOPER,
Htaplc and Fancy Groceries,
PRICES THAT TALK!
l.A new lot of Comforts,
Blankets, and other goods
for cooler weather haw just
Imhmi received. Plasterers'
Wliite Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caw and Aprons.
The larges, l t of Clii'inisa,
(owns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, cheaper thun you can
get the material anil make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fast Black, Wool, Mo
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 ct. to f 2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, Buttons, Lin
ings, &:.; in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or .Ladies is well nigh
lerfeet, so that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can be tilled at our store at
prices away below anybody
elso. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
F. A. GRACE,
( Formerly of Lymaa a Child I,
Onlce No. 1 Leffsl Block.
Strictly Brokerage Business
Loaa etearely placed at Spar cant.
(HaeatMura to Salrd Rector.)
No. sS North Main Street,
Have a full atoch of everything to be nerd In
fnmlllee la the way ofeatablea. All freak and
nf brat quality. We aak oar friend, aad the
public generally to call aad arc aa. SatMac
tloa gnaraateed. Alt gouda delleered In the
dty limit.. Prrah country prodnot ipr
MODEL CIGAR STORE
You Will Find
BEST BOARDS FINI CUT CHEwlMO TOBACCO.
(to to Cannichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is. stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
preseriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. G. CARMICHAEL,
No. so 8ontn Slain Street,
Asheville, N. C.
Lots and lots of
Now Goods for Au
tumn just received,
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer Goods .
in order to close t hem
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black exwptwl) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 ft 9 PATTON AYE
Quit monkeying with
Knoxville and Richmond
when you want Drugs, Medi
cines, Taints, Oils, Window
Glass &c., remember that
T. C. Smith & Co., have a
large and heavily stocked
Wholesale and Retail Drug
House in Asheville, on the
Public Square, where all buy
ers are supplied in quantity
11 nd price and quality, such
goods as make up a well fit
ted modern Drug and Pre
scription Store. 8 ive freight
charges from more remote
points and save time in get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in
creasing the growing im
portance of Asheville as the
commercial centre of West
ern North Carolina.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General i Insurance t Ag-ent.
Rear No. 30 South Mala atreet.
BaUbllahed IMS. AahetUle, N. C
EMORY b HENRY COLLECE
The point, of aperlal attractloa arc,
Its t'arlvalled Location and Rraatllul
Thorough Collegiate Connie and Modem
Large Library ayd unequalled Literary
Vonng Men's Chrlallan Aaaodatloa aad
Freedom from Temptation (
MagnlBccnt Oymnaeiunt and thoroughly
equipped Menee 1
Attractive Hoarding llouae. and Wonder-
nil Health Record
Fine IHadpllne and RcllginnsTonei
And the entire raaaonahlrneaa 04 IU terms.
Scad for aew aad enlarged catalogue to .
RBV. JAMBS ATKINS.
SS.OOO, eeenred by real esU.nnlto
aval Btaukir Hrnii am mim. .
aagllldlw (Store J. N. Morgaa a Co.)
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
A FAatMKatB' ALLIANCE BILL,
IN THK iENATK.
QUAY'S ORDER OF BUSINESS NOT
THK MKW YORK CENTRAL IN
POR A aiKOK.
Washington, August 21. Mr. Blair
introduced in the senate to-day, at the
request of the Farmers Alliance, a bill to
provide for banks of deposit.
Mr. Plumb's resolution to prevent the
sale or drink of intoxicating, vinous or
malt liquors was taken up and alter con
siderable discussion went over until to
morrow. Consideration of the tariff bill was
then began. Mr. Quay's "order of busi
ness" resolution, contrary to general ex-
Gctation, not being brought forward,
r. Coxe of Texas, made a long speech
against the bill as a whole.
THE STRIKE WILL SPREAD.
TM New Vork central In for a
Nkw Vokk, AuKust 21. The cliicli of
the federation of raitrond cmplovei left
for Terre Haute this morning. Mr. Sar
gent, of the firemene' brotherhood, laid
that a meeting of the federation would
be held there, at which a strike on the
Vunderbtlt ivstcm would undoubt
edly be ordered. He enid that
the firm refusal of Vice-President Webb
to urbitratc had rendered this action
neccasiiry. Mr, Webb's arbitrary meth
ods, he said, made its useless to deal
with him any longer.
The Central omcials nre preparing to
meet a general strike if one should be or
dered. Mr. Webb said to-day that he
did not doubt that the supreme council
of the railway employes federation would
call out the men, but be did not believe
nearly so many of them as the labor men
expected would leave their posts. The ma
jority ol the company's employes, he
thought, would remain at work.
Some of the tiaeata Reported in-
Jared Loan 190,000.
Watbbtown, N. V.. August 21. Pin
which started in the kitchen of Ilk
Thousand Island I'nrk hotel curly thia
morning dcsirored the hotel and twenty
other building. The loss will renin
$ir0,00. No lives were lust, but its re
ported that some of' the guests were in
Uaalemala and Salvador arc One
Paris, August 21. The liuntcmnlian
legation has received a cubic dispatch
announcing that Guatemala has signed
articles of peace with Salvador. The
dispatch further soys that Vire-I'resident
Ayala has assumed power and is arrang
ing for an election for president.
COMMITTED TO THE BILL.
How the Loalalana Alliance Win
Nkw Orlkans, August 21. The Farm
's' Alliance has insisted that all candi
dates to congress should pledge them
selves to vote lor tne suo-trrnsury pro
position. Ulanchard, sitting member in
the fourth, and Boatner. in the lift b. both
candidates for re-election, declared that
they could not and would not support it.
The Fourth district convention con
tained a majority of delegates favorable
to Blnncliard's renoroination, and At the
same time a majority favorable to the
Farmers' Alliance. The convention first
f dopteda platform endorsing the sub
reasurv or warehouse proHisilion and
requesting the nominee to suiiiHirt it in
congress, and then renominated Mr.
Hlancnard. A compromise was nnany
reached by Mr. Blanchard agreeing to
accept the bill in a modified form.
He expressed his wiltinnncse to do as the
convention proposed and support ant
similar measure properly irnmea. tie
therefore stands committed to the prin
ciple of the sub-treasury, but not to the
bill itseir as now lielore lonqrcss. 1 he
Alliance seems well satisfied with this ar
rangement and will try to make similar
terms with the other Congress nominee
Smoked lo Kscess,
RiRMiNiiilAM. Ala.. Auuust 21. Waller
Numalee. First Lieutenant ol the Wood
stock Guards at Anniston, Ala., has be
come violently insane from smoking
cigarette. He was formerly one of the
editor and proiirtctors 01 tne Anniston
Daily Watchmun. He was iircp.irins to
start s new potter, when symptoms of
Insanity conticlied mm to give up. lie
smoked twenty packages of cigarettes
The Eight Honr Law,
Wasiiinoton. August 21. After the
usual riclny in gcttingaqtiorum the house
to-dny passed severnl nrtilge mils and
then, in the morning hour, resumed con
sideration of the bill for the adjustment
of the accounts of laborers arising under
the eight hour law.
S.ooo Miners Strike.
IImiwkl, August 21. Advices from
Mous state that H.000 miners in the Knr
1. n .m A'.m. rift hnvt atrllrk. Thranrlnllal
Hn,tlr r ffitnvnllnir Hiat-fintr-nt amttnir
tne men ana it is ecvien inni inc move
ment win aprvau.
CHASED A BI'RULAR.
Better Vel. They Captared and
George May, a white man, broke into
the house of Mr. J. E. Corsbie, a promt
nent citisen of Green township, thiscoun'
ty, last Sunday night. The family was
awakened by the noise, and be sprang
through a window and fled Into the ilitrk-
nesa, but not neiore ne was recngniien,
Mr. Conbie Bothered a party of neigh'
bors and at once proceeded In hot pursuit
of the burglar. After a long chase they
cane upon him in the woods and he was
arrested by Deputy-Sheriff Starr, who
was one or the pursuing party. He was
ecurclT tied, placed in a buggy and
braunht to this city, well guar Jed by
nana on horseback, and jailed to await
but trial. Ureensboro ratrtot. -
HER INJURIES WERE FATAL.
Mine Eva Ballard Dies From the
A telegram received by Dr. A. M. Bal
lard last night conveyed the snd intelli
gence of the death of Miss Eva Ballard,
who was injured in the accident on the
Old Colony road near Quincy, Mass., on
Tuesday afternoon. Miss Ballard died
at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. The
telegram gave no particulars concerning
ner injuries. 1 ne oouy will DC urougni
here for interment.
The mil' irtunnte lady has been visiting
in Massachusetts, the guest of ber uncle
Mr. David Fisk, of Fratningham, and on
Tuesday she went to snend the day at
Cottuge City. She met her death while
Miss Bnllnrd is a sister of Dr. A. M.
and W. H. Ballard and a daughter of
Alfred Ballard, of this city, hhe came
here eleven years ano with her family
from her former borne in Massachu
setts. For the past nine years she has
been engaged as teacher in the South
Carolina deaf and dumb asvlumatCedur
Springs, and has spent only the vacation
Mr. W. H. Ballard, who has been at
Atlantic Citv, was notilied last night of
the death of his sister and is now on his
A HAPPY PARTY.
How some AHhevllllnnn are En.
Cri.i.owiiKK, August 17.
About sunset on Init Friday a horse
man and five wagons with colored
drivers, containing more than twenty
persons drove into the Cullowbee valley.
ackson county, and up the knoll nsing
200 feet above the valley, on which i
situated the lovely home of Mr. D. D.
Davie. They were made welrome visi
tor at Cullowhre to Mr. Dnvics' tumily,
and to bis summer guests, the Rev. I'rof.
J. Wm. Flinn and lamily of the Univer
sity ol aoutn Lnrolinn, and Miss Craw
ford, of Clinilmton.
Tne party knew how to provide tor
and entertain themselves. They had all
the camp equipage and food nccrwuiry
for fun and comfort. Mr. Davies kindly
invited them to camp 111 his yard. 1 dry
had started out to camp, not to sleep in
houses, anil soon two liig, wliite tents
arose, ns il by magic under astutely oak.
following is a list 01 tne names 01 tne
Mrs. Bearden, Mrs. Young Mrs.
ham, Ashrvillfi Mrs. Patterson, Miss
l-rankhn. Miss M. hrnnkltn, tiluo; Miss
Nan Dunn. Miss M. Bearden, Miss Bllu
Sumnicy.Miss Laura McLoud. Asheville ;
Miss Carrie t'lricli. West Virginia; Miss
Susie Gone, Texas; Miss Leila C.allinon,
Charlotte; Mr. I.. Pulliam, Saininie I'ul
liaut, Mr. 1 k-k l-'ttriiiuti, Mr. Henry Pugg,
Mr. man unvton, nsneviite; mr. nm
Powell, Mr. Dnn huinmcy, Mr, YY. r.
Saturday morning as the party lindr
good-bye to Mr. Ha vim' charming Cul
lowhce home, the family and lltcir guests
felt that they hnd left a big sxt of sun
shine behind them, and thut they would
scatter brightness all along the route of
their two week s mountnln trip.
St'NSET LAND COMPANY.
prtne Now Made Public.
Referring to the account in Tub Cm-
iun of large land transfer made by
Gwvn & West of Sunset drive and other
land, this week's Democrat say:
"We learn farther that these purchase
arc made by parlies who become mem
bers of the Sunset Land company, and
that the company will at once proceed to
the improvement of its property. A sur
vey is now being made lor the Asheville
and Craggy Mountain railroad, be begin
at Deakc's on Charlotte street, and wind
up to the top of Sunset (Smith's) moun
tain, and ultimately to be extended to
Craggy mountain. Stork in this enter
prise has been largely taken by citixens
of Asheville and others. Among the
stockholders are Cnpt. V. li. Mcllee.
Capt. T. W. Patton, D. C. Waddcll.C. U.
Graham. J. II. Ilostic, J. A. Tenncnt. The
name of Smith's mountain has been
changed to Sunset mountain."
SHE WAS PLEASED.
Aahevllle Hills Likened lo a Ulrl's
A Ihirhnm girl who ha been visiting
Asheville says: "It was just grand; I
can't explain nil the air wascmbracing ;
the sky wns blue as ever nent over tne
far-famed "Land nf the Sky," and rippling
waters of the French llrond. "Ileau-
catcher" is another lovely place, situated
not far from Asheville. Here all nature
seemed bathed in sweet effulgence and
holy calm; when night enveloped Ashe
ville, the beautiful hills Keped out in ev
ery direction like a fair girl sfneethrnugh
a bndal veil tne golden star twinxmi
a if enraptured with the loveliness of
which tnev tormeii a ruin.
"To iKhold a ran manifestation 01 tne
divine handiwork, you must visit the
mountains of North larolinn. I Hon I
think I ever enjoyed mysell so much."
Another New Paper.
The firt numlwr of lite Western I'nr
mrr nod Mechanic, R weekly with derided
republican leaning, will mnkcitsntipcar
nncc to-morrow. It is published by G.
S. HtnnsillandU. II. Mornsaninsstanen
as a campaign organ. However if the
nronrietor find the field ufficiently en
rournsina the tinner will be a tierninnent
fixture In Asnevltic. rite new sncci win
auiinort Hwnrl and the suli-treasury lull
but will handle, wilhoul gloves, the
force and the McKitilry tariff bill, so the
Pour time a many drlrgnte were
present it I the republican congressional
convention held at Waynenvillc yester
day as were present two years ago. The
morning wns consumed in ierfecting the
organisation, ana wnen me convention
was called to oruer in tne nitcrnoon, 11.
0. Kwart wn unanimously chosen as
the candidate for congress. Geo. Smnth-
era, of Waynenvillc, wn nominated for
It I aid that the convention wn en'
IHcd.at Forest Hill, Mr. Waller I).
Uiibm.II. atraH twentv.fnur venm. Mr.
Kuasellwns a young man of fine parts,
ana nna a nosi 01 inenos vrnn are iai
reared at this sad disnmsation of I'rovi
dence. toncora ntanuara.
Mr. SamiMri G. Young, late of Camden
t, C, and lately employed as a harness
maker in the establishment of Mr. H. L.
Fennell, of Wilmington, died of consump
tion recently. . ,
A NEWFOUNDLAND PLAGUE
TERRIBLY FATAL IN ITS RE
Bald to be virulent Dlphtherla
Hayaglng the French Flahlng;
Towna, Where the Filth Help
St. Johns, N. F August 21. A plague,
the nature ol which is not known, is rav
aging the fishing towns on the French
The disease is terribly fatal in its re
sults and none so far attacked have sur
The first news of the epidemic was
brought by the regular coasting steamer.
The inhabitants think it is a virulent diph
Physicinns were sent to investigate the
disease and they have returned, but no
official report has been published.
It has leaked out that things are shock
ingly bad, and that starvation and filth
are helping the deadly march of the dis
ease. MOT ALL HAPPY.
A Little Bennatlon In The tteor-
Atlanta. Ga., August 21 The State
Alliance convention is investigating one
of the biggest Alliance men and politi
cians in Georgia, Felix Corput, of Rome,
ex-president of the State Alliance ex
change. To-dny in a speech Corput referred to
the charge against him, denying the
truth of them. As he did so another
delegate drew on him an affidavit of a
prominent stockman which dealt with
transactions Corput had while nresident
of the exchange, and tended to show thnt
t-orput was looking out for a percentage
for himself. A similar change grows out
of transactions with a Baltimore guano
These affidavits, it is said, were the di
rect cause of Coruut's rrsicninir the
charge presiding, which he did some
time ago. He is now the democratic
nominee for the legislature and isa prom
inent candidate for the speakership of
inc next nouse.
Gordon's Plain Declaration.
Atlanta, August 21. Governor Gor-
lon addressed a meeting of Alliance men
and citixentf last night. Thesiccch made
a profound sensation. Gonlon declared
that lie would not nibscrilie to the sub
trrnsury plan. "Not," he added, "if it
osts me forty elections."
They Always Make Trouble.
Ai.ii.vnv. N. V.. August 21. In obedi
ence to the wishes of the people the New
Vork mitral company has wholly with
drawn the I'inkertons from its cars, and
as predicted by the chief of polk-ethis has
apparently settled all the trouble. There
seems to lie every reason to lielieve from
this that had the I'inkertons never been
brouuht to this peaceful city there never
would have been trouble.
Tell Proctor Knott.
Di t.i TH. Minn.. Auirust 21. A five
foot vein of native silver at a depth ol
forty-two feet has been discovered in the
ancient Taltic workings, above Duluth.
AITAIK9 OI-' CONSEfJCEWE.
Peace ha been arranged between
Guatemala and San Salvador.
An imperial Russian ukase just issued
incrrnsr the import duty on sugar.
According to Bishop Taylor, the he
roic missionary in Africa, the single city
of Hamburg, Germany, ha exported
2IMI.INMI tons of rum and gin to Africa
within the lost year.
The rumor that Freddie Gcbhard and
Lily Lnngtry were nut is very much con
firmed by the news from Paris that Lord
Lurgnn has settled $:10,000 on the Lily,
and is Iwr most obedient in many res-
The house has passed the bill to aid ag
The senate has further considered tlic
metal schedule of the tariff bill.
Senator Edmunds has volunteered to
lead the opMisitinn to Senator Uttay's
resolution to post)onc tne lorce mil.
(Sen. Grant's widow say she and her
children will leave to congress the matter
of the removal of his remains from New
York to Washington.
Senator Ccorire Hearst's bay colt
Tournament won the Omnibus stakes.
worth 20.lMK). at Monmouth I'nrk
after a ilrud bent with W. L. Scott'
clwstnut gelding 1 haos.
An Austrian splinter, nged Aft years,
who had traveled over Kurope in search
of a husband, has arrived in New York
with the avowed purpose of trying to
get nn American to marry her.
The Key. George Schwnrt. of JefTerson-
vi e. Intl.. who died a lew days ago, wa
probably the oldest minister in that
State, lie remembered seeing the first
tenmboat on the Ohio In 1H20.
The brick manufacturer have declared
thnt nn bricks will I shipped to New
vors, nrooaiyn nrjcrwT yiiy uimi
boycott i settled, mi action win
throw HMnnru men out 01 employment,
Mr. David Brown, of Princeton, In
addition to her gift to the College of
New lerney, is erecting a rhnpel lor Lin
coln 1'niveniity, which will be one of the
hncsl In the United mate outside tne
Wm. H. 8traus. proprietor of the Od
eon theatre, ha brought suit for $20,-
IHHI nuninst lohn L. Herd, because Mr,
Reed wrote to the liquor license commis
sioner in oppottion to granting Mr,
Strauss a Ik-cnse, and calling the place a
KliAPtNO AS THEY SOWED.
Wilmington's first two Iwtlc of the
cotton croii nf this season were received
yeateidny. They were told at 13 cent
per nostra. ( .
The or. tie art sir gathered and the
result naa been very satisfactory. One
of the greatest pests of the vineyards this
year ha Dren tnejunepwg.
Mr. At W. Riegtr commenced yesterday
to harvest hi rkf Crop, which is ripen
ing is about two week earlier than the
usual time Wilmington Messenger,
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RBGIBTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures Every variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BL8B.
.wmmm 1 , a t :.Mir
IklTIIIICRllalF enruu mr .
wnllWIDflnlnC the reputa- '
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief anaxure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hkadacub. The
immense favor which ba greeted it from
all quarter, proves it true merit and
acceptability to the public. It is tome-
thing which almost everyone need, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative power it doe not de
pend upon the subtle influence of cucb
poisonous drugs at
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it doe not contain an atom of
either of these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and cun be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, doe not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxiou or sickening ingredients.
Tlic peculiar advantage of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
reliable a a cure for any kind of head- -ache
without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
tbe most popular and saleable article in
tne market, wherever known.
DIRBCTIONH POR USB.
The dose for an ndnlt la two tcaapoonfula
la a wine glaaa of water. Uoae for children
ia proportion, according to age. In cither
mac the doec can be repeated every thirty
mlnue. until a core la effected. One ooee will
alwaye drive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when Brat feeling tbe premonitory
ymptome; but If the attack Is well on, and
nflcring la intrnee, the eccond or third doec
may be required. Usually a greater number
of doaes is required to effect the Brat cure
than la needed for any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine la accumu
lative la ita effect., tending toward aa eveat
nal permanent cure.
46 eft 48 8. MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank of Asheville.
Dry Goods, Fniiry Goods,
and Not ions, Luce Curtains,
Tublo Linens, Towels, Nui-
cins, Counterpanes, Wliite
Goods, and Embroideries at
prime post. AH Domestic
Goods, including Pride oftlie
West, Wunisutta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-4 Cottons and 10-4
Sheetings nt prime cost.
Wo call HiM-piiil attention
(o our large stock of Em
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk und
Outline Work. All go ai
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
at unusually low prices.
Ladies will save money by
attending thin special sale.
IS rattaa Ana, AatarrHki, M. C.
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