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Asheville Daily Citizen.
VOLUME VI. NO. i97.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping n a
Siluutod in tlic
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A it'U'ion noted for hnnlth
iiiIik'hh and beauty of
An I'li'vation of l,Hi)i) iWt,
It in luring laid out with
UiHto and nkill, with well
urudod roadH and extensive
A desirable phu-e for fine
A good opportunity for
1 01 1
illustruted pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
. BON MAR CHE, I
' THE POPULAR SHOPPINO PLACE.
Kovcllie for the Holiday.
Make specialty of 811k.
Wool, Lima and Cotton Ma
terial, for Art Bmhrnldery.
Wrap, for Ladle, MImc and
Children. Cndrrwrar for La
dim, alt. Mm and Bo jr.
A fall tin of Superior lr
LARGEST VARIETY, BEST 600DS
THE LOWEST PRICES.
ft SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
RE At ESTATE.
Wai.T - 0111, w. W. Warr.
GViTl & WEST,
(rerMora lo WalUr B.Owra)
REFER TO ANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at S
Notary Pablk. Commiwloaer olDtcd.
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
And to do Asheville The irreat h tutting
met la now beinjr penormea 07 Jirnainc
nnMi mtn 01 nm
OP THB )1ITM. Bveev nan ha hi Kheme
aad he relate. It In mo.t nw. to not nnwlll-
ma ar. Wt don't mind tellina yon that our
, arhem. I to Mil all tlM land and Insure all
in property w. eaa, oeror. ' i n. nonin.
Ne.t Aaala.1 W have Ju.t been appointed
aaent. for tht Old Sellable Penn.ylvanla Plre
In.aranc Co., and w want yoa to In.urt
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
KOOtU) a IO. McAfee BlOCk.
sa Patton Ave.. A.hrvlll. H C. fc
F. A. GRACE,
Will be complete without n
Hupply of our mixed and
plain Candies, new fresh
Nuts, Hasina, Florida sweet
OranK, Lemons, Currants,
Citron, Cocoanuts, Mince
Moat, Canned Fruit, Butter,
Effgs, CheeHe, Coffee, Tea,
Don't forget us when you
are looking for something to
A. D. COOPER.
North Court Kftinrc( corner Mnin I C
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as Japanese Crumb Travs.
. J '
fancy Ma ten safes, IJrass
Fire Sets, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and DustL
wiunui'n, lie WOIIIU IlKe
you to see them We have I
also a large assortment of
are offering at veky low kio-
I'hkh to ma ke room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Bouia ft Brotherton.
I 43 Patton AV.. under Orand Optra Hauw. I
will (tt there. We liet on Old Zeh a. bring I
the be.t Plour In town. We have Ju.l rccclv-
I ed a fresh nt of
KE6 ANO BOnLE PICKLES
I Cone and irive them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Estate Brokers.
And Investment Agent.
Loan. e. urely placed at per rent.
114 At a Pattnn Avenue
iia Patton Avenue.
Neat V M C A build's;.
( Pormrrly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. 1 Learal Block.
Strlctl j Brokcrasre Bualneo
Loan mcarcly placed at per ent.
Choice Beef, Mutton. Veal
EXTRA FINE SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
FOR SALE !
A well established builne. In A.h.iu
centrally linated, dolna a flrnt ela trade
wun larac prom. 1 ni. 1. in nc.t opporta
nlty now I'flered In tbl. dty, Must uvaold
becauw nf owner' III health.
Al.o, a nrat-cla. new mldenc. cwntralt
located If taken now e lie h.ilphrMn.
W. offer a apleadld tract of timber land, for
oak and buckeye '
" "IrV aV- mi.. ft? ""!"'
Waktkii Two lara-e nainrnns, with every
convenience, to rent hirnlaheil.
Iliar l'um.laliai-lur new namnhl.l nn I
Aahevllle. Pull of lateat autiatic. Call for I
BBAL BBTAT8 AND INVBATM UNTB,
Boom MeAfe Block, 88 I'atloa AvtniM,
In an endless assortment at
tlie ;rystal 1 'a lace. Delegates
and the people generally are
requested to call and exam
ine our large stock nias
Presents, in fine Stand, Bou
quet ana riano Lamps, line
unina Tea, Dinner, Solid,
Pudding, Ice Cream and Ber-
rvXwtu hiir lino nftor ilinn
Coffees, Custard Cups, Table
Mirrors, tine Cups and Sau
cers in Limoges and Belleek.
Vienna, Carlsbad, Pointon's
and Hoyal Worcester in odd
Fiieces, Bisque Figures, etc.
n conclusion, our stock ex
cels any in the state. Visit us
whether you wish to buv or
enjoy looking at thedisplay.
More goods to arrive this
week look out for them
(Soods for shipment packer
wmi great care,
All mall order nr.in.Dtlv czei-uti-il.
1 10 u mr price, etc.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
No. 41 Pattun Avenue.
Crockery, Lamp. II nunc I'tirumhinK.
hverybody to see our stock
"i Holiday Roods. The like
1 1 , ,
has never before been on ex
hibition in Asheville. Quali
Assortment large and va-
opposite Court House.
I Toys from Jr to 5K',
fancy Article for Christina Prcacnu,
Toilet Met., Mirror,
Bo I'aiirr, CnM and Hauccra,
Il.vcnlle linn, Allium,
Kid (tlovca, Lined Leather Clove,
Llnrn Handkerchief. Plain and Kmbi-d.
Hlth Handkerchief aud M.iMcra.
Clock. Hcai-fa, Tie,
lite. Hie, Rtc.
Pur a limited
time a luricc dlcniini on
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothln dry i.oimI, Hhue. Hat, Cariet,
79 PATTON AVK
WILKIE I ATKINS.
WI1C1I.HSALB AND KKTAIL
CONFECTIONERS : AND : FRUIT i DEALERS.
NO, l! PXTTON AVB.
Tenncy'i Pin Canillea, New Vork,
Malllard'a Pine Candles, New Vurk.
Preah Talfle. Cocoa and Peanut Candle.,
FORMERLY THE EAGLE HOTEL
No. 66 South Main Street.
Law room, well ventilated, Harmed by
beater and open fir places i table supplied
with th. brat the market affonla. Rate,
1.80 per ila, tn.oo to tn.00 per week,
ao.oo to tno on per month.
MRS. L. J. BVRNKTTH.
Warm comfortable rnnm. hmM a..
nlhed i food tabl. Term raaaonabl. ua
street car Ha,
. ...... MRB. J. L, Bnf ATHBRB,
jalyllMHai tit Patton An,
PARK ELL'S DAY OF FATE.
Police Hiid Moldter) Onard
ZPolla a) Thoaiih It Were not
Country or Freemen.
Kh.kkskv Iw Q.. Th. ,m,,:.J B'nit in the recent shut-down, when
mieneH l.ri.blv .hi. m..i...,
hnriv la Lmiln. hrnrri u m....
... .w.w ...v
throuL'huiit North Kilkenny eem to
jfunrnntces uuiiinat any nerioua breach
ranieii anil nis ennnmnte Vincent
Scully arrived upon the scene at an early
The town i. on nnieH l. l.nrf
1 "'"'"' U,n,-Y wm,,cr"-
'""), .' y l'"ne o i-Hsue
Lomer, which place, in his 'ipi.iion, will
Later." A strong undenLhuiatiprnn.
tltll'rnt fll IlllllUirtura frnin lu la mlAm
have arrived at Castle Camera which
point others besides llealv annarentlv re
aunl lis the kev of the country. The feel.
ins of a mniiirity of the voters, mi far as
can, he judged hy outward appearances
nun iiiuiiiiiiki wiiii 111 ijc anii-i arneu.
A rumor winch ca used considerable ex-1
citement wnscircnlated during the morn
J.,.. i..T r" a-KQ nun1"r?'
order to nrevent their v.,.ino wiM
threats were mndc by both sines and it
was announced thai the miner would
.l.nu,.H .!,. .1. "
w rewura ill iiiiv cost, investigation
"campnijn lie," and howls of derision A resolution was adopted instructing
were exchanged between the opposing a" farmers' alliance members of the legis
parties w hen it became known that the lature from the seventh district to vote
iniiicm rcicrrcu to wouia. later in the
ilnr m,,!, in . Iwuiu t it! ....li.
As a rule the leadinu members of both
the I'amcllitcsand the Mi'Carthvite meet
ano treat eacn other in a courteous man -
ner, uut 1 Be same cannot be said of the
rank and tile. The latter may be said to
lie Honing up to a point where they
would like nothing belter thau a rattling
K iiuviinceii an aiicrca-
tion took place between llarrinuton and
a numlier nf priests. This wordv war-
fnre was occasioned bv what Hnrrimrton
termed the priest 1 11nterlerer.ee with the
this subject, and in suite of Hnrri ,tn'.
vuivi. iiui wuru. were excnnnirea on
protest, the Driest continued to work
inmieucing voters who were thought to Ik I WHcant-nt-nrms was directed, on mo
Icaning towards I'arncll. The pnets later I ofMi". Hoar, to ropiest the presence
marched to the polls am id cheers and
counter cheers at the head of a Imdv ol
voter. The nclmn ofth. .,ri...,. i.
imr mnnv nf the PnmllitM tn in,i,.iIM. :
considerable talk of petitioning against
ine validity 01 tne election in Norm Kil -
kenny should Scully be defeated.
Another Manlfeato Hakes Ha An-1
Kilkknny, Dec. 22. Timothy Hur-I
nnKton has issued a manilestn, as it is I
called, declaring that citizens of the
1 mini oi.m unu inc inn in Aineraru
would never submit to to the deposition
of i'arncll. The manifesto has lormed one
of the prominent features of the last
stages ol the electoral campaign in this
lection ni tne country, it is unaouot-1
eniy naving coniueraoie encct on ootn
sides and is possibly benefitting the ad-
nerentsoi 1 'amen.
The Indiana Hlsihl Come
Promises Were Kept.
I'ink KiocK, via Ruihville, Neb., )ec,
22. Short Bull came in from the Had
Lands yesterday and bad a talk with
Gen. Brooke. It was the same old story,
thnt there were men is his camp who
would come in provided promises were I has been received here of a terrible ncci
kept and pledges siren that no one dent on the Norfolk and Western mil-
should be arrested and sent to prison,
natt.cn. nroose said is not known.
but trom what was said Veerdny ly
!cn. Miles no irovcrnment officernr.hr
official can mnke any promise! with as-1
stiruncc tliut the government will carry
uicmout. 10 unnx in these Indinns
under the pledges that they ask and then
to attempt to arrest or disarm them
would precipitate a massacre at Pine 1
ii : . i
. i,,,. i'i .,'..?, " , CJ17
tins Hull luuitives and some of the
Cherry Creek Indinns crossing- the Uud I
i.nnns townrn KicKinu near enmn.
Stanton chased them into the lind Lands
tssat VV'hiltt ritrsir mtitiiaila ls .. U ..i
Wounded knee creek. No .nl.li, ,r.
hurt and probably no Indinns.
A Fourteen Veara Old (II r I
rled In Tenntaaec,
i LOKisNiK, Aia iiec. Ji.i. t. iicrry-
man anil Miss L. II. Curpeutcr. I. 8.
Miwerv and Miss nlarv Summnnd. nl I
Leiuhton, Ala., two runaway youthful '
coupie, were in tncciiv to-iiuy en route I
nomc .r.... ..nwrenceuur;, w ue re iney
WS7 . y' .. ...
.ui: uuiik .iii.Ti.r a.uie ineir I
brides Irotn the homes of their imrenta in I
the niuht, and fled across the country on
Arnvinu Here inev drove across the
w tlltll " Itanal Sam urlusaaaa t liaai uuaa.Hj I
nornnrn. nun wrrc murrtrd. I iivstiiriti 1
for Mis.is.inni. but lomimr the could
not be married under the laws of the
alate, thev turnctl their course to Ten
nessee, Miss Curienirr is fourteen years
on. una miss oummonu just nineteen,
WAV OP THKTHANSIlRKaSOBl,
It in Sometime Mard and Soaia
CoLi Mht s. Ind.. Ic. 22.-Key. I..me.
Campbell on Hnttirdny was found guilty
of criminal malpractice. His infant child.
terday refused the priviledKeof attenJimr
i neiunirc 01 ine circuit court mane an
entry allowing the defendant this privl-
....... .1. tv , . .. . I
icue. uui tnc nerin reiiiacii to carry out
the wishes nf the court.
Cnmiibcll offered to no nchn ns bound
hand and foot. I
Blaj Cotton Recolpta.
Mklrna. Ark,, Itcc. 31.-The cotton re
ceipts of Helena tip to date bay been
the largest in the history of this place,
an increuse of 8, IX Ml bales oyer last year's
receipts, Seventy-five thousand bales
will be received by the time tht cotton
Scottualb, Pn., Dec. 22. The unmnr-
the ned men employed at the Standard
a work of the H. C. Fnck coke company,
cluiminjf that they were discriminated
m"IT wcrT reminea, III
lled unnnimonsiv passed a reK-
1 nrst 01 tne year.
lie The young men have evinced a deter
of tioB to carry out the resolution to
I .vw., nu iv iiu.himjj uiicr inc .air
CX at a livelv rnt... A nnmlw nl j,n,r.r.
ments have been announced and the
I young women of Mount I'leasant, wheie
It,le Standard works are located, are
J Rauy aK.tatefl over tne alta.r. hcout.ng
01 as mr away at Uonnellvillc, Union.
town and McKecsport,
THIS HEATS MR. INGALLS,
I THK AI.I.IAMCK I.KGIHI.A-
- 1 TORI AO A INST HIM
I An Alliance Convention Rciumcm
to Kndorm Any Candidate, taut la
i n...n..n. . -.
- Wichita, Kan., Dec. 22. The conven
tion of representatives from the Farm
e' alliaBce of the seventh Kansas con-
I KreM,nnl district met here Saturday to
I take or I inn mmn th .i.,..i,.n ..f n
w .i.K i" me acnaie.
l c t n j .1
1 11 1. . j .
hkuih.i iiifjuii ami wijra mr ins oeient.
&noris to secure endorsement lor one or
I ""other of the candidates were unsuc-
They are not Around at the Noon
u'iiiiiivi'tiiii Iw TI. .n.,.11 .
w '""N,'T"N. 2-!.-The small at
tendance of acmitors this morning at
I traded the attention of the democrat.
and Mr. Harris demanded a cull of the
1 n 1.1 . . ...
1 "T-i wo senators responaeu to
'he call, twelve less than 11 ouorum. The
tne noent senntor. in the course ol
I lin" on h"ur lu,,rul" its apiear-
I Mr. Cockrcll. from the committee nn
I mililnry nilairs, reHrtcd (and the senate
1 r""" " cm.uun.ii u imnu iiuu
I iien.ion olricc of the war department.
I Mr. Dawes presented laud the senate
I adopted I the conference rcxrt on the
1 oHiua rncrinuuii on.,
Senator Incnlta is said to lie the onlv
republican who holds out against the
prooca gng law.
doubtful about the expediency of leKislat-
.-W IIP. . -V.., lllll..H UHH...H HM
1 ink un enc nnnnciai fuestlon
I In the I'nited States senate Mr. I'.rnv
introduced a reciprocity resolution. Mr.
Bate concluded his speech on the election
bill, and Mr. Stewart, republican, of .Se
vnaa. also matie a strouir snrech nirninx
An unnamed republican member of con-
eress thinks his party has stultified itself
in advocating subsidy measures for de
veloping, our foreiirn commerce after
irl P'lulnR tht McKinlcy bill, which is prac
" I ticnlly prohibitory of trade with other
THAWED THK VYNAMITK.
It Kmplodeel Kllllna Two Men and
WiiKKLiNfl, W. Vo., Iiec. i'3. News
nind. in Wnyne county,
i r u..j i . i.
, ; . , .. . T
"'''n blnsting, and several slicks ol
dynamite were placed around the fire to
niome manner they were eiplodcd,
. ... . . . .
,c,,nn 'verylhinK to pieces in the imme-
I wo men wen. ltillr.1. nn l.nlinn nn.l m
n'R. whose names are unknown
Ttn otlwr wfre !"j"rvtl. several very
FOR THK UI-II.I.OTINK.
Krratnl. The Nlranslcr Appcala
Aaalnnt wentanc of UrMH
uiuii v. MN...i... ni.iiiai ine K II-
tence oi ocntn pronounced iiKin nun Snl
....1. .:..i. ii - . .....
... vrBTt im,i.,,m-, u.-,,,.- ,..
the 8t. Lanre orison, w lie re he will lie
aritt until the time allowed lor the nn-
11 Marl Por Nearly
Nkw Viirk, Dec. 33 81. Ilernnrd's
Koman Catholic church, 14th street hc-
l...nu.h.n o.k ........
1 m---- ... . M
u tool5 "e tiremen twohour to
remcn two hours to jjnin
rnl7,., """!, T nre. '
e numes. ine nre is sun-
posed to have started in tbrenaineroom.
loss, 7a,utru: insured lor nu.ooo,
ONR HrNORKD I.IVFJa I.ONT,
Mnrala lla Bank at Cor.
Muknim A vans, Dec. 33. A disaster has
occurred at Cordovia. where tlie canal
ha bunt " ",n'mc"t and destroyed
Jem"' hundred houses. One hmulrcd
Carpentera atrlke Knded.
a...... i n
. u" j J . wc,r,,n'
tee .r.ke hee ha. rtttiA Tl.. ......
... s .,-ir
ters acceded to nine hours work and nine
hours pay, and went to wnrk at nmv.
competency lielnif made the standard nf
I t i.i . , , . .. ..
w.io a.uiui.1 iic cmpn.yra axnin. noin
contractors and carpenters are said to
All Rlshl, M'e'i.Vd.
LoNmiN. Dec. 33. tt la aml.npnll
denied thnt Lord Salisbury has taken
any steps fur or against the'llritish South
African company in regard to their occu
patkm of the Manica Land.
A BIG STRIKE IN SCOTLAND,
THK TRAINS ABOUT OI.AfH.OW
The tt.rlkera Have Plcketn oul
and Their NumberM are Con
Hlantly Belnir Added to No Dla
Olasoow, Dec. 22. The railway strik
ers have so far succeeded in paralizing
tratnc throughout this district that very
few trams arc running.
The pickets of the strikersnrc stationed
at many points trying to induce the few
engine drivers rcmiiiniiiing at work to
join the ranks of the strikers.
In several instances the icrsuasions of
the pickets have been strong enough to
win over additions to the numlier of
men already out on a strike.
The Luuknsliire strikers are conduct
ing their oieratioii with much vigor.
Their pickets are doing cllective work.
All the mineral and most of the passen
ger traffic is already slopped, and there
does nut seem to lie nnv prospect of nn
early settlement of the matters in dis
A CHRIHTMAM I'HI.KUHATION
Work of a l.laThted Pack of Fire-
crakcraon ration Avenue.
L. Hloomlwri; is the proprietor of the
Model cigar und piiier stand at No, 1
Patton avenue. In addition tohisregu
lar stock he tniide some preparations for
cntcliiiiR u portion of the Christmm
trade and laid in a supply ol firecrackers,
Koman candles and other small article
in the celcbratiiiu line. These explnsivei
he displayed on a smill tulilc in Iront ol
his establishment and they deliuhtcd the
eve of the wandering and ubiquitous
small uov. tine oi tins cmss purcnaseu
u pnek of the firecrackcri the other ni;ht
and bv soineincxplicunlemennsalterbaV'
ini; lighted the liise. the burning pncka;c
was dropiicd on the table on which the
nre works were displayed.
Immediately the scene changed
from one of inactivity to one
representing the burning of Pom
IKii or the fall of Nero. Roman candles.
ignited by the sparks liegnn to emit their
parti-colored bulls of tire and they were
not at all particular as to where they
went, some ol them rapped Heavily on
the large plate gins window of William'
son's furniture store, directly across the
stre-.-t while others olnvlullv struck bv
slanders and passers by on the clothing
I'or a lew moments the scene wus one of
confusion and when the Are was at last
cxtintriii.hed evervtlunir in the neivhlmr.
noofl, including the proprietors clothing
liore evidences of tiie curly Christmas
W. H. Dcaver, of Aahevllle, lo In
peel the U. A. R. Poal.,
V. II. Denver, of this city, has lieen ap-
imiiitcd assistant inspector-general ol
the Grand Army of the Republic for this
state. He will start on his first trip ol
inspection Dec. 3o, beginning at the Phil
Sheridan ixist at Hcodcrsunvillc. The
other posts in the state, with their
names, are as follows: Jim llrownluw
post, llig Laurels, .Madison county ; J. C
A Dixit post, Wilmington; f Ictchcr post,
Klizubrih City; J.C. Hcechcr post, New
ncrne; rlusser post, Washington; lien.
VY. t'.aliagan tKist, Miirsliall; (ico. A,
Meade post, Raleigh: llarlriinfl ixist
Charlotte; Hurrcl post, lidenton.
A UNW OP IIJJiOOO.
A MaaeachiiNette Town Rayatred
by Plre Palm Mtiopa Burned.
Atiioi., Mass., Dec. 32. The most dis
astrous fire ever known in Athol occurred
Sunday. The Masonic and Central blocks
were completely destroyed, five mer
chants, iMistiithce, Masonic rooms, etc..
hang mimed out. Several hrrmen were
seriously injured by fulling walls. The
iroiicrty loss is 1;IS,H(I0; insurance
CiiiCAO.i, Iiec. 32. The paint and re
pair shops ol tlie Illinois Central rnilroud
were entirely destroyed by tire Inst night.
The total loss estimated ill UT..IMMI.
Lyceum To-niorrow Nlthl.
Rev. D. P. Shrppard, will deliver nn ad
dress on Mutcrialism, at a wcial meri
no? ol the l.vcum to-morrow niL'ht in tlie
hull in the Imrnnrd building. Prof, Kobl.
Madison, Mai. ncstnll and oIIhih
will also sieak on the same suliiivt. A
full nttcndiiucrnf ini'tnlicrs is urged, as
uiMirtanl matters will conic lielore I lie
AI'I'Alh'S Oh' COXSIiiJI HSX li.
The boundaries of Vienna have been c
tended, until now the iKiiiiilalion nl the
city is l.ai.l.Ul'il.
Mrs. O'Shcn crossed the llnuliah Chan
nel from Dover Saturday, with l lie inten
tion of staying for some lime in Paris.
Knglishmcn are groaning over a ttiell
of wintry wenther unequalled in severity
lor nearly a hnll century. Outdoor work
lint laxn greatly inicilrd.
Ilnron Wissmnnn, Rrrman imoerinl
commissioner for liiist Africa, has recalled
I'.tnm I'nslin Irom the interior of Africa.
owing to the hitler's disregard of orders.
The minister nf justice of I'm nee has
ordered that the sellers of wine contain
ing sulphuric nci.l he prosecuted. The
sale of wine t rented with plaster of Pari
will or tolerated until April 1, INOI.
The Toronto, Canada, city council has
decided that hereafter street cars shall
not Iw run nn Sunday,
Official returns nf the late election In
New Vork show thnt the socialistic can
didate for the court nf nptnls received
Miss HtnitiD S. A, Cove, of New Vork.
was awarded It. ill XI in her suit as-aiust
a firm of dentist for allowing a tooth to
drop into her lung,
Mayor Ornnt publishes letters from
well known New Vorkers praising the
most objectionable nominees for the of
fice ol police Justice.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wnimna
hrntcd their silver wedding in Louisville.
Ky HridAV night. The reception lasted
from 8 to 13 o'clock.
Judge Baker, of New Orleans, has over
iled the motion to aussh the inHk-tm.ni
in the case of the Italians ;harged with
the murder of Chief Hennessey,
,1. S. CR1T PH f.
v. uiim.ll 1 J 111! U.J
or the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
4 South Main Street. 34
llefore purchasing yourChrhtmms Pns
ent lit sure to call at GRANTS PHAR
MACY ami inspect the finest and most
complete line of Toilet Articles in this
city. We undoubtedly have just what
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE PRIMS.
It is our desire in the future to confine
ourselves strictly to the Drug business.
We will therefore dispose of our entire
itock of Cigars at cost. Sold by the
hot only. VRAKTS PHARMACY.
The finest and most complete stock of
Colognes, Toilet Waters, Extracts, Pace
Powders and high grade Soaps at
Prescriptions filled at all hours Gowls
delivered free of charge to any part of
thecitr. CRAKTS PUAR.UArv
If you want a handsome pair of cut
glass Bottles thra Christmas present call
at GRAKTS PHARMACY. Bottle, rang,
ing in price from One to Fifteen dollars
II rou want a first-lass Hair Brush for
a small amount of money, GRANTS
PHARMACY is the place to go to get H.
Ml kinds of Tooth lit usbes, Bath Brushes,
llnth Gloves, Spontret. etc.
When your Prescriptions ate com
pounded at GRAKTS PHARMACY you
can positively depend upon it that only
he purest and best Drugs and Chemi
cals have been used that tbey were
compounded by thoroughly experienced
Pharmacists ami that the
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ivaj no! unreasonable.
4 South Main St.
COK.NER KA0I.K M.OI'K.
46 SOUTH BIAIN STREET.
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South Main St.