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THIS OFFIC12 TO-MOKKOW.
VOLUME VI. NO. 199.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEF. 24, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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A place planned ami deve
oping tut a
Situated in tlii!
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health'
miIikmh and beauty of
An elevation of :,800 feet
It, is heinir 4ail out with
taste and skill, with wel
graded roads and extensive
A desirable plac for fine
A good opportunity for
nrnfttable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ml
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle. Mitchell Co., N. C
THE POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE.
NovCltlea for the Holldnre.
Makca apccialty of Hllk,
Wool, Linen nnd Cotton Ma
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joSouth Main 8trcct.30
LARGEST VARIETY, BEST 600DS
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GWYII & WEST,
, (IIwiimi to Walter a.Owya)
REFER TO 1AM Of ASHEVILLE.
Loan SccMfcly Placed at t
Notary Publk. . . CosMMoaera of Deeda,
OWCat BoitliiaMH CnrHaun.
"THE SON 00 MOVE."
'Aad aodoee A.heville Th itreat huatllng
art la now being performed by all (ratline
huetneae nwa of the
Of THK OUTH. Bwry oiao haa We erheme
aad be relate. It la moat caace to not unwill
ing can. Wa doa't mind telling yos that our
KheM la to aell all the land and In.ur all
the property we ran, before "The Mnlilm
Neat Again." We hare Juat been appointed
aerate Air the Old Reliable Pennsylvania Fire
In.uraac Co., and we want you to Inaure
JBNK At JBNK8,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Stoome a 10, McAfee Block,
wa Patton Ave,, A.hevllle. N. C.
F. A. GRACE)
, , . - , AND
j :-. DESIGNER
Will be complete without a
supply of our mixed and
plain Candies, new fresh
Nuts, Hnsiiis, Florida sweet
Orange, Lemons, Currants,
( itron, (ocoaniits, Mince
Meat, Canned Fruits, Butter,
Kggs, Cheese, Coffee, Teas,
Don't forget us when you
are looking for something to
A. D. COOPER.
North Court Mqunrc, corner Main
ai I Co
While our stock is largely
imposed 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 Trays
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
ire Sets, Brass Andirons
Nincy Hearth and Dust
Brushes, &v. We would like
you to see them. We have
also a large assortment of
'ine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at veuv lowkhi-
kks to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, prict
ours Itefore buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Boula & Brothcrton.
4.1 I'atton A... under ;raad Opera llnnae.
ill get there. We M on old Xrh no lieinK
the ttmi Hour in town. We hc Jtit rrceiv
cd a frrnh lot of
KEG AND BOnii PICKLES
Cume anil aivc them a I rial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Eatatr Brokers,
And Ineatnient Agents.
Loan. M- urely plaeed at per ceat.
3 A 3d Patton Arena. Second Door.
ARTHUR J. WILLS.
2 Put too A ven Me.
Ncit V M C A bnlld'f
Formally of Lyaaaa a Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Biwlncae
Loan, arearely placed at per Mat.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
FOR SALE t
A well eetahll.hed bualnea. la Aahevllle.
centrally located, doing a Arat vlaaa trade
with large pronta. Thia la tn. neat opiMirtu
nlty now offered In thla city. Mail be wild
Imauac of owner. Ill health.
Alao, a Itrat-claaa new realdenre. centrally
lot-atefl If tahrn now caa be hadehran-
We oiler a aplemlld trai t of tlmlierland. for
aale or a. an Ineeatmant on aharee. Poplar,
oak anil buckeye.
Pna Hunt Purn ahed anil nnfurnlahed
houera only tew mlnuten from Court
nHrati Two targe reeldrncee, with .eery
conrenlence, to rent rnrnlehrd. '
Jurr Puni.taiian Our new pamphlet on
AahcTllle. Pull of lateat ataUatlca. Call for
RHAL. BSTATB AND INVUHTMHNTi.
Room McAlr. Block, 811 Pattoa Aeeaue.
In an endless assortment at
the Crystal Palace. Delegates
and the people generally are
requested to call and exam
ine our large stock Xnms
Presents, in fine Stand, Ban
quet and 1'inno Lamps, fine
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viiiiiui i urn, iiiiiiti , nttJHU,
Pudding, Ice ('ream and Ber
ry Sets, big line after dinner
Coffees, Custard Cups, Table
Mirrors, rlne Cups and Sau
cers in Limoges and Itclleek.
Vienna., Carlsbad, Pointon s
and Uoyal Worcester in odd
rueces, Bisque Figures, etc.
n conclusion, our stock ex
cels any in the sta te. Visit us
whether you wish to buy or
enjoy looking a t the display.
More goods to arrive this
week look out for them.
(Soods for shipment packed
with great cure.
All mail ordrra promptly executed
iu ua mr price., eic.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
No. 41 Patton Avenue.
Crockery, Lamp., Huune PiirnUhlnK,
Kverybody to see our stock
of Holiday Goods. The like
has never before been on ex
hibition in Asheville. Quali
ty par excellence the best,
Assortment large and vn-
ri.Hl.-T. C. SMITH & CO.,
Druggists, Public Npiare,
opposite Court House.
Toys from Sic to flik.
Fancy Article for Christina lYrnrnU.
W to 1.
Toilet He is. Mirror.
Ho , Paper, Cup anil Haui-vr.
luvenlle Ittmfc, Albums.
Kid tlluvc. Lined leather (llovra.
l.lncn Haailkenbief. Plain and Km he'd,
ftilk llandkerrbleftaud Mtirilrr.
Clocks. aVarf. Tie.
tc. Ktc, Btc.
Pur a limits
thne a larae dlcount on
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing I iry Oooda, Ithoea, Hala, CarKla,
79 PATTON AVE.
WILKIE 1 ATKINS.
WIKII.IISALB AND DHTML
CONFECTIONER! : AND : FRUIT : DEALERS,
NO. Ill PATTON AVB.
Teaaey's Pine Candles, New Vork.
Malllard'a Pine Canillea, New Vork.
Freak Tallies, Coco, and Peanut Caadlea.
FORMERLY THI EAOLE HOTEL
No. 66 South Main Street.
Large routna, well ventilated, warmed by
heater, aad open An places i table annulled
with the heat Ih. market alTorda. Ratea,
I no per da), fn.oo to (n.oii per week,
f iio.mi to .ti on per aiuoih.
MRS. L. J. BVRNUTTIt,
nor and am Propria)! re an).
Warm comfortable rooms, houa. newl ftir.
nUbert i a-ood table. Term, reaaoaabk,. oa
atrcet car liaa, . .
MRS. J. L. RMATHKRR,
JuljlSdSav sit Fatten Ave.
LYMPH FOR CONSUMPTIVES
DR. KARL VON RUCK
He Hue) Knough of Prof. Koch'
niHcovery to Make is.ooo Injec-
llona.antlTbcre la HorecomliiK,
Or. Karl von Ruck, proprietor of the
Winyah Sanitarium, hns returned from
Berlin, where he went to investigate the
cure for conaumption discovered
Prof. Koch, of that city. He brought
back supply of the lymph.
Dr. von Kuck left, here Monday, Nov
17, almost as soon ns the discovery was
announced and went immediately to New
Vork tram where he suited for Berlin
As soon as he landed tn Germany he tele
graphed to an official with whom he was
acquainted and had credentials tele
graphed to him at Berlin, and on rcuch'
ing that place found them waiting fur
him. After making two efforts to
see . Dr. koch in icrson he was nd
nutted to an audience with the
doctor and had a short talk with him
on the subject of the great discovery
He says Dr. Koch told him that the cure
would undoubtedly work the best re
sults when aided by the proier climatic
UK SAW THK OI'UKATIONH
"I went to Berlin," said Dr. von Ruck
to TilK Citizkn to-day, "somewhat skep
tical us to the efficiency of Dr. Koch's
discovery, hut I am fully convinced of its
value as a cure for tuberculosis. 1 was
in Berlin lor two weeks and saw injec
tions of the lymph. I was tendered every
facility by the physiciuns in the hospitals
in Berlin to see the operation of the
fluid and saw a number of microscopic
nna iiost-mortem examinations. 1 lie re-
action alter the administering of
the lymph w.. also exhibited to
me. I picked out uliout one
hundred imticnts in the various iiisti
tutions where the cure was licing used
nnd watched their caaes closclv, visiting
them every duy nnd some of tiieiu twice
a duy, noting the progress of the work
ings ot the cure.
"My supply of the lymph" continued
Lr. von Kuck, "was renililv obtained
when I gave my credentials to those
naving it in clinrgc. I obtained it on
Tuesdny, alter arriving on Saturday
My supply consists til uirrc buttles ol
tncnuui. inn is tntecn cubic icntcnic
ters or about ball on ounce. This ii suf
ficient to make fifteen thutisand injec
tions, as only n very minute panicle
can nc inirctea Willi snictv. I
hnve received a cablegram to the
licet that twenty cubic centi
meters have hern shiiiiieil Iroin Berlin
in addition to tins iiuniility already on
hand. I will then huve enough Ivmph to
Inst Asheville six or more months. The
inantity to be administered at an injec
tion varies from the six hundredth to the
sixtieth part of a drop. The lymph
which I brought to this ti'.v i the' I rut
Hint has gone into the interior of this
continent, or ill other words west of the
city of New Vork and the other eastern
8TCUVINO THK THHATMKNT.
My object in staying in Berlin so Ions
after obtaining a supply of the lymph
was that I might get in lull the practical
method of treating patients. The mate
rial is a deadly poison aad is of course very
rous wben not properly admints
Tbose having coarse ol it in Ber
lin will not. under any consideration.
give it to any physician who bus not on
institution or who is not in some way
Lconnccted with an institution where the
treatment is to be followed. This is
done as precaution, for the mutter
is of such a poisonous nature that
sometimes after the injection is
made symptoms ante which require
immediate attention trom a physician
and those who have no institutition
could not be ready to attend to these
cases early enough. This fact of not be
ing able to obtain the lymph has caused
considerable dissatisfaction among the
doctors who nave gone to Ucrlin and
they of course are not so enthusiastic
over the discovery. All of the unfavora
ble reports that nave been published have
emanated from these men, who can not
get the lymph. Home of them hnve even
gone so Inr as to offer $100 per drop for
tne auosiancc ann couiu not get it at
that bibulous price.
"My opinion is tnat in properly se
lected cases the discovery is undoubtedly
a pecinc for and will lead to the arrest
of the disease and to cures of it ; esie
cially so if the treatment is carried out
under t lie most fuvorable circumstances.
At to the case of oatients thnt are not
far advanced in the disense, there is no
question of its wonderful and beneficial
effects and the improvements toward re
covery. What 1 have seen in cases thnt
have been treated for one or two months
cause me to have no doubt that it
will effect a permanent cure in tbeseensra.
I do not think it advisable to adminis
ter the lymph in advanced cases, because
it will not do any permanent good and
the reaction might be so violent as to en
danger the lite of the patient. Numbers
of the far advanced cases in Berlin have
resulted fatally from the treatment. 1
shall only administer It in carefully se
lected cases and not at all to patients in
advanced stages of tulierculosis.
APPKARANCI OP TF1 LYMPH.
"The lymph looks like sherry wine,"
continued Dr. von Ruck. "It I adminis
tered to the patient at a time of day
when be is at nearly free from lever at
possible. Then the patient la visited at
very frequent intervals, sny hourly, and
careful note is made of all hit symptoms
until the danger period it passed and the
reaction is accomplished. This it ordin
arily about twenty-four hours from the
time of the first injection. The violence
of the reaction Is entirely Individual nnd
if we could know what ench Individual
could stand the violent symptoms wonld
not cume as they have heretofore.
"The patient alter baying the injection
made hns a number of symptoms which
vary in intensity according to the dose
and to the individuality of the patient.
One of the first symptoms is chills, fol
lowed by high lever. Then comes a
sense of exhaustion nnd pntns located in
the parts of the body which are effected
by tne tubuculusls. The average patient
requires from twelve to twenty-inur Injec
tions, taking three nr four months to get
through. The lymph does not aflectany
part of the bodp that it not diseased and
is a valuable aid in diagnosis when the
existence of the germ is not known by the
usual methods. If any part of the body
la affected in the slightest by tuberculosis
this lymph goea at once to that spot
when an inject on but been made. I
about an hour t ic place where the dis
ease lurks will 'icgiii to grow inflamed
and red, showing Unit the germ
is present. It 'if. ihcrcforo un aid
in ascertuinit i; if a permanent
cure hns bet.i effected, to make
an injection some time after the
treatment is concluded, as the uresencc
oi ttniercuiosis win ne at once shown
The lymph does not effect a person who
is not troubled with tulierculosis. I had
five milligrams of the lymph given to me
as an experiment and tne only way in
which it nnectea me was to produce
u smarting sensation where the skin was
IH.nct rated to make the iniection. That
dose might possibly h ive killed a tulier
culosis patient. In cases where there
consumption of the throat the results
ure benutilul. You can see the opera
tions of the lymph with the eye nnd
wutcn tne developments ot the cure.
it is my intention, it arrangements
can ne made witn tne Asncviiie nhvsi
ciuns to act in conjunction with them in
treatment ol cases. 1 will not give any
oi t nc lymiin into tne nnnds ol nn v body un'
in I leel tnat ne is tnoroumiivcompctcnt
nnd that be knows us much as
myself about the treatment. I do
not intend to charge an un
reasonable price for the treatment,
The charges will not lie more than the
regular lee tor professional services. I
mend to lurmsli the Ivmph and make in
jections lor tneKor ieopielree ol charge.
"in Merlin," concluded Ur. von Kuck, I
saw numerous men who had heard ol
Asheville as a resort for consumptives."
A I'ATlKNT INOCI'I.ATKII.
Dr. von Ruck inoculated a putient at
the Winyah house at 3 o'clock this after
noon. The subject was a yonng lady
from South Carolina who hns been at
the sanatarium for almut three months.
She is a sufferer from tuberculosis of the
Inrynx and has lost her voice to such an
extent as not to be able to siieak above
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u wiiiajcr. iicrcusciB qui cuiiBicicrca a
bad one and the young lady has im
proved greatly since her arrival here.
Ur. von Kuck took the small vial of the
precious lymph from its safe place in a
strong tin box with cotton packed
around it and with it the syringe to be
used, which much resembles the ordinary
Dr. von Ruck look two milliuruins of
the lymph from the vial and iHiured it
into a tube. To this he added eighteen
milligrams of distilled, sterilized and
arbuhzed water, tnukiiiir what is called
the 10 percent, solution. He then took
two milligrams of this 10 ier cent, sola-
ion nnd put eighteen milligrams ol
he stcrilied wilier. making the
per cent, solution. He then
took one-half milligram of this luttcr so-
utmn and after uddiiiu sufficient water
to allow it to lie handled easily this fluid
ready lor miectioii. 1 he patient
will probably nut leel any miction until
or u o clock to-mglii.
II REE TRAMPS LYNCHED.
THKY KIIXKD A RAILWAY
Hit A K KM AN.
The TrumpH Were flrwt Put off
Trwln, bat They Threw the
Brakeman t'tidtr the Wbeela.
Walla Walla, Wash., Dec. 2. News
has reached here that three tramps were
nched nenr Huntington, Ogden, on the
Iregon short line by railroad men,
Four truntis boarded the freight
train near Glens Ferry, Idaho. They
were put off by the br.ikemnn. but after
wards got on the trnin i.nd overiiowcred
the brnkeman, whom they threw under
the trnin, both ol his legs being broken.
He died soon lifter from his injuries.
The report suystlirtrnmpswrrrcnught
nenr Huntington, and three of them
lynched at once. The lourth csciieil.
tHKID MF.N OR NONK.
Is None Too Uood
From the New Vork Hun.
If the newcomers who are (lucking In
this port would turn southward when
they get here, it would not take long for
the southern stntes to obtnin the half
million sturdy immigrants who have
been called for by the immigration con
vention just held in North Cnmlinn.
The convention, however, raised an
listnrle in the wny ol a southward rush
nil the foreigners who are to lie seen at
the barge office. According to a resolu
tion that was adopted, only such irnmi
grants ns mny be in a proper moral
ud physical condition nre desired.
e feur thnt there are some immigrants
ho would be unwilling to submit to
he critical examination required by
this resolution; and, in fact, such an ex
amination would he rather trying for n
good many people whoare not of foreign
i- c.ll I. i e
nirin. ami, u nugiii uc iusaiuic, lor nil
we know, to find ut the barge office, in
the course of a couple of years, half a
million immigrants who are morally nnd
lysicnlly sound, nnd prepared to tnke
vnntnge oi the opportunities thnt
wnit them in the southern states. The
attractions held out to them by the im
migration convention are certainly very
great und well worth thinking ol.
AN ILLINOIS CONTKMT.
rh West of Democrat lo be Con.
Sl'RiMOPiKl.n, Ills., Dec. 24. Notice
was served last night thnt 15. U. Merrill's
scat In the legislature would lie contested
on the ground that he moved to Ne
braska and bat nut been a resident of
Illinois for the five yenrs required by
law. Merritt Is a democrat ami the
nessofthelrsislnttire in the commit
election for I'nited States senator makes
the contest importnnt.
Merritt admits having engaged expe
rimentally for a lime in business in Oina
hu, but says he diil not remove his fam
ily, and consequently retains his resi
The contests involving two republican
members nre also lending.
The contract for building the Am men
rnm hns been nwnrded to the Bnth Iron
Works, of Maine.
The advocates of the forte bill In the
senate nre believed to hnve decided in
favor ol 8wnker Keed's tactics.
In the house Mr. Ulnnchnrd hns of
fered a resolution of Innuirv into the cir
cumstances attending the killing of Hit
The comptroller of the currency hat
called on all the national banks for re
port of their condition at the close of
business on Friday, December ID.
THE STRIKE IN SCOTLAND
Rl'eINI'.Ht PRACTICALLY AT
tteven Thousand Five Hundred
Men ore Ont-Coal Hupply Ran.
nine; Hhort, Thereby Throwing
Many Persons On! of Work.
Gi.akoow, Dec, 24. There are tio signs
ol improvement in connection with the
railroad strike in Scotland. It is eati
mated that 7.500 men are now out on
strike and business is nt a standstill. On
the North British lines traffic is sus
pended while others are working in a
irregular manner. The business people
residing in the suburbs are obliged to
wnlk from their out-of-town residences
to the city. In and about fllnsgow the
prices ol coal have already advanced
seven shilling per ton with prospect of
still further advance in price lielore lonir
In addition to the coal trouble which
seriously affects the poorer classes al
ready, it is said that a gns famine is em'
minrnt and the police are already tnkinir
steps to provide a torcc ot special con
stables to gunrd the city is ense the sun
!"." K1B uuiii xircuiii niiu inc cny ue
plunded into total darkness nt niirht. All
ship building ynrds and public works are
without luel and they expect to lie forced
to close their doors unless the strike is
settled within a very short time.
A strong detachment of police are
gunrding the railroad depots, which are
surrounded Dy crowds ot strikers, ac
companied by their wives and families,
who leer and Inuch at the bunebne
cnorts oi the ruilrond porters, lamp men
sweeiers, clerks and others who have
been pressed into service, new to them.
ot making up and running the few trains
which the railroad officials mnnaire to
WILL SUCCEED MILLER
B. BROWN THK NEW AMMO-
CIA T I', JI'MTICK.
Me In Now t'nlted Slaten District
Judge For the Third District of
Washington, I ice. 23. The president
to-day nnminnted Henry B. Brown, of
Michigan, to be asssociatc justice of the
supreme court of the United States, vice
Samuel P. Miller, deceased.
Judge Brown is now United Stutcs dis
trict judge fur the third district of Michi
Judge Brown is a judge of fair, not ex-
trnorninarv, attainments, the presi
dent might have found half a down more
able men to fill the vacancy, notably V
o. (iresham. of Indinna. (Jin. Citizkn.
Hhowlng of the Public schools for
The report of Superintendent Clinton
of the city acbnolsl'or the month ending
I'ndny, Dec. Ill, is given below:
OMANliK STKHET SCHOOL.
At the Ornnge street school the num
ber enrolled wns 4.19 ; the per cent, of at
tendance win Kfi.O.
Roll of honor at this school inns follows:
Misses Ivva Branch, Genie Smith, Maud
McCrnry, l.izxic Fortune, Ixiuiae Branch,
Kllcn Barker, Willie Schartle, I.uta Smith,
Bessie Moody. I.ucile DeVere, Carrie Rol
lins, Vivien Mclilrov, Grace Rankin,
Maggie Weaver, Louise Mcrrimon, ICIUa
Holland, Mvra Weaver, Winnie Fitxpat
rick, Dora Crcasman, Mamie Smith, es
sic Burnett, Maggie Clayton, Tibbie
Troy, Daisy Branch, Maud KiUpntrick,
Minnie Holcomb, Lucy Johnston, Dottie
Schtirtlr, Carrie Whitlock, Laura Willis,
Alda Goldsmith, Lillian Woody, Edith
Wnrnckn: Masters Canic Brown, Robt.
Troy, Willie Weaver, Otho Atkins.
Frank Lee, oe Reynolds, George Will
inms, Roy Williams, Francis Gudger,
Kdwin Dukes, Coley Hnllock, John D.
Westull, Guy Rankin, lid win Davis, John
Holland, Hurry James, Willie Creasman,
Rule Pitzpatrick, Owen Smith, Marshal
Glenn, Herman Gudger, Charlie Malnne,
Hugh Mclnturff, Ralph Millard, Willie
Goldsmith, Joseph Rives.
JIONTHOKU AVKNL'K SCHOOL.
As the Montford avenue school the
number enrolled wns 280. The ier cent,
of attendance wns H2.
The roll of honor is Misses Etigeuia
Simmons, Ada McCnnless, Corn Ferry,
Mary Coleman, Lily Ferry, Hester
Cowan, Nnncy I'enlnnd, Mary Ward, Ad
die Malone, Bertha Whittingtnn, Bessie
Hunter, Dorcns Cole; Musters Ray
mond llnskcll, Lester Curtis, Morris Li
pinsky. Vonno Gudger. Reuben Jones,
MOI'NTAIN STkKUT M-'HOOI..
At the Mountnin street school (colored I
the numlier enrolled wns 201. The per
cent, of attendance wns 00; the per cent,
of tardiness 10.4.
The roll of honor at this school it:
Addie Reed, Hester Fowler, Rosn Robin
son, Amnnda Robinson, Amanda Simp
son, limmn Reed, Herbert Vaughn, Hat
tie Goodrum, Johanna Hunt, Eliznbeth
Thompson, Daisy King, Lottie Webb,
Richard Bowen. Author Rowlev, Manly
Hunt, Hnrris Brown, Henry Goodrum,
The low per cent, of attendance it due
very largely to the bad weather of last
week. The total enrollment for the fall
session was 1,300. Of these 801 were
white and 400 were colored.
AITA1KS OF CONSEQUENCE.
The Veterinary society of I'nrit, will
treat a number of nnimnlt by the Koch
system of inoculation.
It is reported in Berlin thai the German
fovrrnment will grant Professor Koch
.000,000.000 marks and his assistants
onc-hnlf that sum for the priviledgc of
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niHnuinnuriiiM. inv nuin lympn.
A company hns been formed with mil
lions of cnpitnl behind it to ship cattle
in steel cnrs from the west to I'hiladtl
phia lor slaughter.
A significant attack upon United States
Senntor J. Donald Cameron is made by a
Philadelphia republican organ, which
urges thnt he lie not re-elected because
he cannot be relied UKin to support
Twenty-one United States senators
and the vice-president were victimized by
a Baltimore man, who wrote them, stat
ing that he bad named hit first born
child after them and to whom they tent
J. S. GRANT, PH. ft,
Of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
4 South Hln Street. 34
eat lie sure to call at GKAJiTS PHAR
MACY nnd inspect the finest and most
complete Hoe of Toilet Article in tail
citjr. We umloubtedly have just what
CIOARS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
It is our desire in the future to confine
ourselves strictly to the Drug business.
We will therefore dispose of our entire
stock of Cigars at cost. Sold bj the
box only. GRANTS PHARMACY.
The finest and most complete stuck of
Colognes, Toilet Waters, Extracts, Face
Powders and high grade Soaps at
Prescriptions tilled at all hours Goods
delivered free of charge to any part of
thecitr. GRANTS PHARMACY.
If you want a handsome pair of cut
glass Bottles Sir a Christmas present call
at GRANTS PHARMACY. Bottksrang.
ing in price from One to Filleen dollars
II ru want a first-class Hairbrush tor
small amount of money, GRANTS
PHARMACY isthc place to go to get it.
All kinds of Tooth III usbes, Bath Brushes,
Hath Gloves, Sponges, etc.
When your Prescriptions aie com-
pounded at GRANTS PHARMACY you
can positively depend upon It that only
the purest and best Drugs and Chcmi.
cols have been used that they were
compoumled by thoroughly experienced
Pharmikists-aml that the price paid
as not unreasonable.
4 South Main St.
COU.VEH EALE BLOCK.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Chiiattnaa Prcaenta and Hol
Too many goods in
limid. They iniint lie
wold tin's week. Will
not wait till after
Xmaw, but reduce
jtritcH from this date.
Cull and Hocure Clothing-,
WrapH, Furs and
Fancy (Joodn, at
prices never before
named before tlio
clone of the season.
Corner Eaglo Block and
South Main St.