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Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not cxccrdins three Unci,
Out Time, 28 cents. Three Times, BO cents,
(six TiniCH, 75 eints.
Advertise Your
REAL ESTATE
In THIi CITIZKN.
VOLUME V. NO. 312.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TRADE WINNERS,
PURE GOODS,
Correct Weights,
Best Quality,
Low Prices.
POWELL & SNIDER
. THB LRADBRSIN-
F1NEGROCER1ES
AND-
TABLE DEMCACH'.S.
AT COST.
Gents Furnishings,
and Hats.
THB ENTIRE STOCK OF SEASON
ABLE GOODS tN THE ABOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST. TO
MAKE A CHANOE.
RARE CHANCE I
CALL EARLY !
THE "RACKET."
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
New Goods
In all Lines
I In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
At the BIG RACKET
The BIG RACKET
BIG RACKET
RACKET
ASHEVILLE. N. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1890.
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THE DAILY CITIZEN. CnpTQ flMn F R DPS
THE FINE SHOWING OF THE
LOCAL P03TOFFICE.
LAST QUARTER THE BEST IN ITS
HISTORY.
MlSCELLAXEOl'S.
ESTABLISHED 1874.
W. G. CARMIGHAEL,
ArOTHKlAKYi
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
WK HO NOT SELL ClIKAP
DtU'OM, but WILL HKLL YOV
IJiugs cheap, nnd if you
dont ueiieve want we say
. i i t .
uiveusa trial ana on Con
vinced. Our prescription Cle- t10lll,and times more respect lor Governor
nnvrmellt is excelled l)V llOne. Puwle. Governor larvis, ex-Governni
It W wmipped With tllH best Scales. Senator Vance and Senator Ran quarter just closed the receipts
v . . 1 1 I .. ... ..... .1 I ......... Bt.tmn ,t veil if it-it nnd
m a thnr mniiMV fiin nuvuom tnnn eitiier o, mem. mrc nm. - r -
Leadino NBoaoits In Raleigh huve
started a newspaper under the charge of
ohn H. Wiliiamton at editor. Thceditor
says: "The time ha come when the negro
mall act more Tor himself nod not allow
Himself to be shuffled nnd bartered by
carpet bnscers und negro haters, as in
the past. As we have been liberated from
mr old masters, we now wish to be lib-
orated from Boss Manning, "negro sav
age' Russell, Shaeffer, and the wholi
jrew. The editor 01 wus pa ier nna
An Idea of the Vaat Amount of
Work Done There Another
Clerk la Needed.
Asheville's postoffice is booming along
in a decidedly hnpuy munner. For the
troin
nnd box
?. !." M .....!, V' If MnitiKi, has nromised everything and done noth- rents amounted to $,G4o.99. This ex-
noiu iv.mc., u. ,,u.-u. ' . ,h, ,.:!. ofnnv other Quarter
hie ,or inuK hwi . , .
slavery j the other has promised noth
ing in the way of rewards and offices,
uut has done everything to advance tht
naterial interests of the- negi o, and to
wcure him the benefits of education, anil
in all things have manifested genuine in
FIRST-CLASS QOODS I
GREAT BARGAINS t
30 South
Main St.
BON M ARCH E,
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
AND COTTAGES.
... ii-. ah .J A.h.vl1lc. on A. i. B. "
URttll
r.r Month
fcr Wnk
Per Dmy
Planer iid Tea rurtle. on onedny's nolle
f-tOOO
13 0"
7A cent.
Thos
a,irtO dtf
tStoticb.
, Morris, Prop..
Arrfen. N. C.
We huve been receiving
marking and arranging 0111
now Spring stock during the
past two weeks. Two floors
packed with goods. We have
been better wrepnrcd
to serve the people than now
iitul we invite everybody to
come und see our goods am
liiirii our nrices. We havt
never atlveriiscu an inn-
rl,:it we did not liuve, and
never offered unything os n
I in refill that was not really
and truly asrcpreseiited,aii
always rca'iy to echini
1 . ...
money wliere our goons m.
not as represented. 1 ouicin
the ' Rig Racket.
I'aike. Davis & Co.. J no.
Wveth & Hro. and irom otnei
lending manufacturing-chemists
in this country and Eu
rope, whose goods for purity
cannot ue ouestiuu:u. 1 in
scriptions filled Ut HI! Hours. terctt and sympathy in u race dependent
day Of nigllt, ailll tieuveren upon sincere interest and sympathy nn
free Of charge tO anj part Ol its well being and advancement. Tin
the fit V. Our Stock Of UrilgS. cyesol the negro have Been a long inn.
' ' m. m . . 1 I V I I.. J Is i .l.aMn. ltn man fi
I'atent Medicines and u rug- " lu "2." H
gists' Sundries is complete. - .:V' ,..h.
and at prices thatrdefy com- . "1,
petition. UOIl t m nu ' , th. rtntinn oracticed uoon them.
They have been deluded by hopes am
promises which they are now convinced
were deceptive.
We are glad to see the laovement, not
for party advantage, for we do not pro
pose to count, more than we have in tin
past, upon the negro vote. But token i
i;ivcnthat themgrois beginning to tliinV
lor himself, that he approaches thepropci
conception of his relution to citizenship,
not as a banded, distinct race clement,
ulindly hostile to one party, as blindly
submissive to another, but as an Amer
ican ritiien, which the law now recog
nizes him to be. with the sameobligatioi
irsling upon him to acquaint himsel
with the nature of the public question!
and deeidi
own Intelli-
. . . , t
jtnee. And nereloiore tne ruce nai occi
voted in solid body iu unquestiuuiit.
obedience to party direction.
- , . ..A A.
ii nee. .o. nu aiaui sinf t,
where you will at all times be
served bv coini)eu'ni pre-
scrintionists.
JH7.
S. R. KEPLER,
liUAI.I'.H IN
FINE GROCERIES.
I'urveyor to intelligent nnd
appreciative Asheville nnu
American lamuies. iitunes
and tastes of neonle who be
lieve 111 good llVUIgCannOt OPLubmiuedto bis judgment,
humbugged by'-( hen p. John hhrongh the workings of his
goods, llieup goons aim
lirst quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock nnd
to arrive, all seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
Fruits, Oranges, Lemons.
Cranberries, Raisins, rigs.
Xuts, etc.
Miscellaneous i lioiceu.iv
New Orlea ns Molasses, for ta
ble use. rrnne ew
Mo asses, lor cooking,
Ira fine Vssortment of t'rnck
. 1 1
ets. 1' ine l eas nun uutfr u
specialty.
Kli'AL ESTATE.
Mini Meats Cordon IHIworths.
mil other brands. I'liim 1'iidiling.Ciill f
Foot Jelly, etc. Pressed and Crystnlizefl
.inner, snail Koe in kus. nor uerrinKr
Tol'RGEK WHO never wearies in hi.
perversion of Southern men and matters
sometimes unwittingly tells what is true,
as for instance, when he says: "Tin
trouble with all legislation affecting tin
South since the war lias been that it n
based on sentiment rather than a knowl-
Orlenns C,,K of conditions." There 6ns nevei
v.. been a candid or inieiiigciu cnon num.
to dequire incsc cunumvi
the purjiose of ,'is!utiim to nssuin.c ai
altitude of hostilitv bv the Southcrt.
whites towards the negroes; an nttiludi
of sullen hostility upon the part of tin
negroes towards thewhites;iiijusiiee nun
oppression by' tht one, suffering nnu
since the postoffice wus established by
neaYly $1,000.
Tostmaster Cannon has no record far
ther bacK than Lieirmbc-r 31, IWSS. For
the quarter ending then the receipts were
$3,351.09; at March 81. 1XW0, they
were $3,573.51; for June 30 they were
$3,373.4; for September 30 $3,756.70.
lor December 31. or the quarter before th
last, thev were $3,803.32. The exact in
crease over the other lurgest quarter ii
the history, or of the quarter ending lc
.-ember 31, 18H0, is $781.38.
During these three months 157,372
tiin-n were bundled bv the carriers. In
January the numlier was 2.170; in
Fcbruarv 4U.534 and in March 05.H73
This shows a marked increase lor each
month of the three, and it is only about
.ine-third of the amount of mail handled
.it the office. And all of this is done by
a working force entirely too small lor tin
present needs. Other offices that do less
Dusiness than Asheville have a larger
jorps of assistants.
Mr. Cannon is ut present laboring un
der difficulties ami has taken steps to
remedy the evil, although, as he says, it
nnnnt be hoix-d lor lur at least thru
.nnnlhs.
"Our working force," he said yesterday
"now consists of lour clerks ,n the office
and five carriers. The office force is not
is large as it should lie. but the appro
printion for cleiks for this fiscal year
which closes July 1, has already been
made, nnd is not sufficient to justify em
plovine another clerk. Although tin
work has been gradually increasing for
irvt-rnl vears. the same force is now at
-vork. with the exception of the carriers,
ihat we had lour years ago. I hope to
huve another cleik on or before the first
f lulv. The mail matter handled now
is about 60 per cent, greater than when
I took charge of the office m January
1889."
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
BRYSON CITY BOOMING.
.VlkTltK It. CWV.1,
W. . WltST
GWYN & WEST
iMim-eHors t Wulur ll.iiwjol
J
. . i . m a (! tit m I
.4suQlsk dat fm A II I'll j.
Drummed and Klor L. lriimmo .l. hi-
Bluhc HundirU snd wventy-srv n l"'"' r
ini TWrt..Thr Cent.. t' ln(iilrrr.l ul K
iron, MM .Intt. I will oiler lor wOr
r J Z . I... I.!.., t..r , nM. ill t 1C CHUrl I
rr-W. ?&f'Z ESTABLISIIEH 1881
usral lod. mtusf 0,1 l'cjr .in.. " I
Hti o4 A.hcvllle, (iMriiculnrly rwriiicU In
deed of uu.i. rrnLlcreU in Ihr KtKUr'.
pr dSOd Trn.lee.
TROtl "ALB.
u. The in.truiii.iit mnv I -P
i. c Valk'a ma.ic .tore. Norlh Mum tlml.
Hi. rw. T w ,,A r,-,,Ni
junsa dl Adm'rof Kilwuru weniim.
mil all other goods indemnnd for tlw irostration on the part of the other
Holidays. S. K. KEI'LLR. l-ttl jt hu bfta iKt,rnily and senti
. e,a
A 15IG DRIVE
A.bevlHe. N C. April II.
Tb op.rtn.rahip bereiofore ni.tinii b.
' twera the uailr.lKnl. under thr It numi
of PULLIAM Ik CO.. Is thl da dissolved b
x.taul KSKUt The debts dae by tsld Itrm
wUI be paid bjr Lawrence PulllHm, and thr
debt dae to Mid arm will be paiil to him.
aad ue bueHnca. continucil by hi in.
.LAWKKSCIt ft'LLIAM,
D. C. WAt!'.I.L.
KEFEA TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Aua.a Hreurclv Plt.CCd nt S
Per Cent.
Sotiirv Pulnle. Cimimlli r oiucr..
FIRE INSURANCE.
iFFlCK-loiitrie tonrtaqusre.
Henl Estate BrokcrH,
And Iiiventmeiit Ajrentn.
Loan, at nrrly placed at larcent.
menially assumed that rnce ditlcrcuci
lienctrate no further than the depth o.
the skin, nnd thut color was an cffiiccnbl.
boundary line when once the budge 01
slavery was torn off; that the negri
vi,mIi1 An na the white man would hav
1 11 Ladies' and Children's Fine Uone,aud would Hue at once to tin-mora,
I . . 1 ....u.i:,o. t.x ta-It ifli un.
... 1 mci.MH unu luiiiii vwimiiiMii ....
Shoes by buying an immense ture wM Mlunied to Ultvc BMiBnrd i,iin ;
lot Of them. Closing OUt the nd not having yet done so. artificial an.
11, 1 111 iiir-iu. v f, unjust repression must have Kin 11 ppheil
stock of It YKRY CKLERRA- to prevent it. The Southern people, tin
, ..... white and the black, unilcrsiaiin euci.
TED MAk.hU Ulld dividing ol)lef. mul ml,y u Uonlywhenthe.cn
.1 1 ... ..... l,u li..liriiiiil application of politicnl stimulus from
them between the Uuhmoini 1 diMllhU.c.iu,.
isarouKd.thc whites indisposed to jus-
. . Tl..
lire, the neirruea to conieniuieni. un
.lfflre: S Al 20 Potion Are.
lehttdle
Hccond floor.
house und ourselves. Vt e nre
(iffeHllg SOllie Very fhiegOOds lnf d,.nici nothing that is right and just;
. .ll....o!,lf.M.T-oi-v the other asks nothing thnt is unrenson-
at prices usually paid for eij and n oftcn M rfljuke in.
judicious advocates, as they did in tin
ease of the Kansas man Kelly the othei
dav. a congressman, who addressed n
we
M.tM.1. of the na.t :
Ii,aathlsdavsoldmylnirr.t and aoort
.u l tka ln.uranct busliu-a. In A.hevIPe to
Lawreaes raMar, who will conllniie the
u.u. 1 besucnk for him a continuance
mmr Mtroaaa.
I. C. WAPDRLL.
prtt -Vd
JOHN CHILD,
l I'urmcrly of Lyman Ik Child i,
HEAL ESTATE
. . ,!.!.... V...
i n uc ll poorer quuinun. vuh
fit nlinost any one, us
have all widths from A A
K. WELL WORTH SEE
lX(i
arriving daily.
II. REDWOOD & CO
Drv
The Little Town MoliK Itrvel
to tlie Front.
Editor Citizen: We nre quietly mov
ing up. In the matter ol sure and steady
improvement we will compare with any
ittle town on the Murphy Division.
Twelve months ngo our population
would not have exceeded two hundred,
now it will number upward ol three hiin
Ircd and fifty. Then there were only
ix mercantile establishment", now the e
ire ten. Then there was one mmiutnc-
luring establishment, now there nre
....... Nnu we have a first class hotel.
i iro'od newspaper and an excellent lil-
-,.r u-hnol: lilieen mouths ngo we hud
neither. We huve a substantial ami
,...n,mi.1i,ua railroad dinot. a good
tiliLTi.nli oiK-rator, an ele
gant Methodist church, one lor the Bap
tists III course oi const mii"ii .
..nrfm hrirk neademv furnish tacihty
or reliifious and literary exercises. There
are at present more than i dozen private
residences, business housis and others
proposed, and most of them in progress
,il erection.
The administrators of the Hn son cs.
mi. huv recently concluded a survey
lor the further sule of lots, and we have
new hopes lor continued liuiiuing.
The man who passes through Bryson
City and wonders where there is room
to build has only to stop and investi
gate. Leaving the valley to the west on a
hghtlv eicvaico puiu-nu, in
magnificent views, we have nny amount
tM colored assemblage and vehc.iumly urge.l of space. We have na .vc p rng iss,
uponittheextremest measures of social M.rlTriun element who reprc
equHiuy, nnxcu h-huui., v .r
nromutlv made to understand by his
NeW goods in h11 lillPS more sensible audience that he did not
know waai ne was laisiug nuoui, i,
that his sentiments were offensive in thi
highest degree.
-3HEY 'THERE !!-
A Word With You
MITCHELL,
J LOAN BROKER
Strictly a Brokeraite BumIiichu
Lnun. iecurtly placed at a oer cent.
L. A. FARINIIOLT,
Na. 31 Pattoo Aveone,
Wants to ueeyou.
took of
His spring
DEAL ESTATE BROKED
; And Notary Public. II
CENTS1 FURNISHINGS
Is now olmost complete. All
rha Intpwr, novelties now in
maV i a -v. w
Btock or to arrive.
T orii.w' mill Men's Hand
MiuIb Shoes in standard
makee a specialty.
Ijulies' nnd Men's Russet
and fancv colored Oxford
Ties in trfent variety for
upring and summer, wear
RoomNo.li.IWcLoud Dulld'o;
Ul'YS AND 8KLL8 UEAL E8TATE
ON COMMISSION.
Sl'ECIAL ATTENTION TO ltf.N r-
IN0 AND COLLKCTINO.
LOANS HECUHELY l'LACED ON
REAL ESTATE.
REFERS TO ALL THE BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
Goods, Fnnrv Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Gents' Furnishings,
Carpets. Rugs. &c.
THE
SHOE STORE,
Herring &
NO. PATTON AVBNfJE.
aartalts
J.C. BROWN,
MERCHANT I TAILOU
S Patton Avenue,
(NittoOrand t'entral HoUI.,
aiirlldlf
THit pblkoatbs to the Piui-Americnn
Congress will start on their projected
Southern tour on the 18th inst., and will
return to Washington, on May 10. It
will lie a hurried trip, and there will be
little time granted to gain more than a
verv suoerficinl view of the South. They
will pass through North Carolina, goingr
South, in the night, going over tlie w il
luington and Wrldon road; and on their
return the nearest point at which they
WeiSVer, will approach us will lie at Chattanooga.
So Asnevilie will lose us opportunity oi
becoming known to the people of Mexico
and the Southern and Central American
republics. m
sent to an extent the two best requis-
..... r. thr .m-mslul bin i mill oi unv
town, capital and emrgv. Couiliitictl
.ih these we hnve a class ol strong
armed farmers, surrounding ull to sus
tain us; we have our lnrests filled with
valuuble timliers in nrms-rench, a rich
innlinuaiible inoiiiitain ranee in
easy access, l liere is no reason iui ,i
verse Iceling auu we urc u,i(i.i.
II C.
LRADBRS
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
AND-
FI N E H ATS.
39-Pntton Aveuue-39
Asheville, N. C.
WitanniiKT very much to learn that
our Congressman Cowles has lost a ion soon as possible
by the accidental discharge of a pistol.
He was a cadet at a military school at
Oxford, was about 18 years old, and a
lud of much promise. This it similar iu
its poignancy to the melancholy cud ot
the son of Judge Avery some months
ago. In both cases the hopes at well ns
the affections of the parents werecentred
upon tons who might snnguinety be
expected to sustain the honors ot the
familv ; and in both cases the State may
claim a share in the lost, becuuse the
calamity cut short the career of those
who might hnve woniiny nonoren it
It Hub Home Fruit.
The petition sent by local republicans
to President Harrison asking that the
name of J. B. 1 nves be withdrawn, until
a further petition asking for the appoint
ment of another man can be forwarded,
has borne Iruit.
A urivnte letter was received in the city
this morning. It was signed by Private
Secretary Hall'oid nnd stated that the
document had Ucn received nnd would
be heeded. The signers are jubilant and
will nt once begin work on tbe second
which will be sent on to Washington as
Marriage liceuses huve been Issued to
John Webb and Llllie Andut; Frank
llryun and Bina Scitney, -colored, and
Oco.WUaon and MattieMitcbell, colored.
Married at Charlotte.
Mr. J. 8. Bixby, manager of the Ashe
ville Teleohone Exchange, and Miss Flor
ence Inmison, of Charlotte, were married
yesterday at noon in Charlotte. The
coiidIc arrived here last night, and will
ii... i..r i he nresent on Cherry street. Mr.
Mixbv hns made many friends here (lur
itig his stay of less limn a year, who will
extend to him their congratulations. A
reception was given them last night at
Mrs. McConnelt's. on Cherry street, mid
a large numlwr of friends of the groom
were present.
Raleigh's street sprinkler is doing busi
ness.
The trnck is being laid for Winston's
new street railway.
Salem's strei ts are to be illuminated
by thirty-two arc lights.
A vault is being luiiU in the cemetery
at Concord to cost $5,01)0.
Elizabeth Citv is to have a number of
new oyster pucking houses.
Coinrrcssninn Henderson, of Salisbury.
has recently become a happy pupa.
Oi-t-nslioro's streets arc to be marked
and the houses proierly numbered.
The Tyson & loues buggy compuny nt
Carthage last year cleared 13 per cent.
Mr. E. (V finmhrill has been elected su
perintendent of the Kulcigh cottoo fuc-torv.
Ex.Presiricnt Cleveland hns been invi
ted to allciid Churlottc's celebrutiou on
May 2(1.
Mr. Charlton Pope died near Scotland
Neck ol typhoid lever. His illness wa.
very brief.
Col. David Settle, of Greensboro, an-
nouiu'cs that he is iu the race lorcjugics
sionul Honors.
Seven hundred and fifty-eight thousuni!
pounds of tobacco were shipped Horn
niston iu Mun.li.
Eighty-four sub-ulliances huve been or-
-Ninizict iu the State since the hrst of Jan
uary about one a day.
fine thousand five hundred hns been
contributed lor the coming musical festi
val ut Charlotte in June.
Sam Christian's gold mine, at Mont
omcrv. has susiK'iuled and u number o
workmen ure out ol a job.
The Charlotte board of aldermen hav
irdend a vole on the issue ol $7o,000 u
bonds for street improvements.
! Sheffield, a brave member of th
Third North Carolina regiment, is undei
the weather unU iu 8t. t'clcrt iiospuu
ut Charlotte.
Dr. Alex McDonald died nt hit homi
near Sandlord of the grip. He wai u
v.-nrs old and a ruliug elder in Eu
phruma church.
A n,,m rr nf niuiiL' men iu Chnrlotti
have formed ii "society, all the inenibeii
of which bind themselves to pny cash loi
everything they buy,
-vrntv-five negroes from Halifax
..., v tt-.-nt to 1'iiisuurc. icon., n
work in t ie com mines, iiieyiui
paid Irom $1 to $1.50 per day.
l?fv. W. R. Gwaltnev. pastor of tb
Baptist church in Greensboro, has goiu
clown to Kumn io mmm hi v.fi,.....s
church there of that denomination.
Daniel Stimson, one of the lending saw
mill men in the State, died yesterday u
v....lnip. his home. He wus n n.itiv
Mniur and was sixty-seven years old
Theienre over 1,300 convicts in tin
tiinip ol Nin th Cnrolina, but only 1!
..... i ,1m. i riiiuntiiirv. There are 00 le
male convicts and 5 nre duing
term.
Scotland Nevkn'tHirisihiit some farmers
ulio lmve ost their lianas uy xue hiikii
,t lmve resolxed lo hi- white labor
as there is no dciiendciice to lie put ii.
contracts made by tnc coiorvo meu.
David W. Cowlcu. son ol Congressman
W. H. 11. Cowles. accideiitnllv snot uim
killed himscll at Homer school in Ox
ford. The unlortunaie man was lfc
years old and very poiuiar. lue re
mains were taken to Wilkesboro.
Thr. nf the revenue officers who wen
engaged iu the killing of the negro Mc-
Maiiuer near nuisuuru inn, nun,,
la-en discharge!. The judge laid that
thev did no more than their duty. Tin
verdict gives general dissutisluclion.
I. K. Edwards, a white man, fatally
onliUHu neuro nntned laims Orr in
tti.,.r touiikliin. Mivkleiiburg county
Orr was abusing a child and Edwards
took the lalter s part with the above ie
sult. The Charlotte Female Institute is pre
paring to make n handsome exhibit m
drawings na paintings at the Souther,
educational exposition during the ses
sion of the teacher's assembly nt More
head City. June 17.
It is reported that Julian S. Lurr, one
of the stockholders ot the AIIiiiiik Hotel.
of Morcheod. N. L .. will ilonnte iii,
nciii to i he Stale, provided that the per
inanent eninmpmint ol ine Mate guuni
Ik moved to thai place
Ti,p.-iH.iitive commit tec of the Stnti
agricultural and iiuchanical college havt
,i..rwl, il to iH-uiu work at once on a hand
some and simcious bnililing lor the me
chanical department. The professor ol
mathematics will have cliarge ol tlie con
struction and the scholars will uo mue
of ibe work.
Th recent death of old man Bill
Whiilfv. ol Stanlv county, at the age
117 veins, has directed public attention
nf.l nu-ii. nnd the Chatham Record
produces Mr. Chas. Cox, ol thut county
u..m i. 1U4. never wore uiunnen,
fishing mid cm still call hogs su as lo be
heard three mms.
A ttnU-iuh disnatch sail that there
wn- little talk so tar this year nliout lo,
cal option, though there will probably be
voting on mai ipiesiion in hhik i'i
t,,uns nns 111 a couniies i nere is n griio.
mil extension ot the districts in which
liesuleolliutioris not iiermitted. und
for ten vears this extension has been
progress.
The fund for the erection oi a monu
ment to the memory of the singers of the
Mecklenburg Declaration of ludeHud
ence still growsnt Charlotte. Dr. George
W, Graham coiiiriouieu iuu io ine
News fund. That makes the News sub
scription to dute luot up $1,100. To
this. $H50 irom the old lund is to be
added.
A olnn is on foot for the removal of tbe
county almshouse and workhouse from
PRICE 3 CENTS.
M1SCEU.ASEUVS.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. Ci.,
Of Philadelphia Culleae of rii.irmni y.
Apothecary, 4 South Slain St.
!M F0 ALL
rVi K!s7c nM
SC'.rMS
a lil
n"fri,..i. a
n,-.r? a
. i"lr
t!"E HOFFMAN'S
I r ulu bf lrii..i.i. or 1..
All'lirll T1IS
V DRUG CO.
HOFF.'i'
55 Main SI., BulWo, N.Y., and International BHdg,0nt
ros sAi.ii nv
J. S. GRANT.
If your prvscri'tioiw nre pnpnivd at
Inwt's I'lmnmuy ym tun jositivcvtfo
jcnrfiiion ticscia -Is: hii- t.thtu only the
nunst ami lust drug's clu-miaiu ivi
he useJ; stcond, tiny will ! coiii.oi;io-
turctully mul mruriitrly hy un e.v'cn.
. . . l
nccJ Prescript mm t . ntnltlnrti, you in
not be clunked un (rhitunt priee, iou
will receive the heft noiuh ut n very rco-
omihle profit. I'i't turret the place
.rant's Pharmacy, I' I S,.ulh Msiinstreet.
Prescriptions fillet! lit nil hours, night
rduy,aiul dclivncd hie ol ii.iA'e to
my part of the city. The niht hell will
unsaercd promptly. Omnts I liar-
inner, - soi't'i .wiia mmu.
At Grunfs Pharmacy you can buy uny
Patent Medicine lit the lowest price (loot
ed by any other druz huc in the city.
We are determined to sell us low
ouesf, eicn if we hnve to lose- money by
w doing. W e will fell nil I nn nt acm-
ie. at lirst cost, ami below that ''" "
ssar-, lo inert the price ol uny caaijxth
or.
We have the largest uortmer.t oi
Jhamois Skins in Asheville. aver -w
dtiiis, all sin s, nt the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey''-
llomccoputhic Medicines. A lull su'p.v
if his goods always on hand.
Vse llumombe Licr Pills, the befit in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
tion, etc.
A thoroughly lelinb'.c remedy for all
blood diseases is Puiu uwhe Sursupnrilla.
fry a bottle and you will taUnootlur.
J. S. C.KA.ST.t h ll., Pharmacist,
L'i S. Main St.. Aslieviile. S. C.
BARGAINS
AT
WIIITLOCK'S.
o-oods in our
. x-
lUi I 'U'CS. .M'
The Board of Aldermen hold their reg
nlar weekly meeting in the city hall to-night.
a point six miles in the country to Kul-
ii.li. It is oronoscd to purchase from
the Suite Camp Russell as u site, and on
it erect suitable buildings of n substan
tial character, und to also remove the
jail to the same site. The county con
victs nre under the new law sentenced to
work on the public rouds, nnd Kulcigh is
the centre ol the system ut rouiii.
At a mcctiniz ol the general committee
of Si Peter's Episcopal church at Chur-
lotte to consider mititcrs mining to ine
i.,ul,liiii. ol i lie- new church, the sub-coin
mittci was instructed to at once proceed
n,ul ort the work under way. It it pro-
, I in hruin work on Mnv 1, The
church will be of North Carolina brown
tone nnd messed brick, and wiil be an
exceedingly handsome building, costing
$16,000.
Kvery line t
tock at mini cil ' bcs.
.. i ,..1
Spring lacss iioous, wuiw
tif; Outing Clot lis, (i insulins,
Sateens, ThaUus. Mohairs,
lenriett as. Silks. Velvets, etc.
Counterpanes, Line Cur
tains and Curtain liraperies,
unl llousihold Limns at
istonishingly low ju ices.
Laces. Liiiliroidi'iics mul
White Cioods hi gn nt quan
tity nt 5, 8, 10. VI, ir., 20
and 2oc. that cannot be
matched at the price.
New lot of San Umbrellas
and Fancy l'arasols, the
most elegant ever shown in
Asheville. Also a lot of Silk
Parasols at $1, worth
Great bargains in Muslin,
Merino and (Inuze Underwear
for Ladies, Misses nnd Children.
Reduced prices in Corsets,
Cloves nnd Hosiery.
Millinery nt prime cost, in
cluding Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Feathers, etc.
Something New We Bell
the only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in the market
for Lndies, Misses nnd Chil
dren, also for Men and Eo.vb.
They nre guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
money refunded.
WHITLOW'S, .
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Ovpoeit Baak of Aihetllla.
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l'ai'ialMfil'lsflti'it1t MtsltstTlt Jrif' t " :-.-- 2li.

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