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I Advertise Your
Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, I
REAL ESTATE
Not cxccciliiiu three Unci,
One Time, i'tt cents. Three Times, 00 cents.
SI i Timet, 75 cents.
In THK CITIZEN.
VOLUME VI. NO. 20.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TRADE WINNERS.
PURE GOODS,
Correct Weights,
Best Quality,
Low Prices.
? POWELL & SNIDER
TUB I.KA1IUHSIN-
FINEGROCERIES
AND
TABLE DELICACIES.
BON MARCHE.
NEW NECKWEAR
FOR OIJNTLUMIvN JIST IN-HANI)
SOME LATEST DESIGNS PKUTTlliST
SHADES OK SILK.
LADIES' BLOUSES.
NEW AND ALL CKAIHiS.
FANS ! FANS !
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.
30 Mouth
Main St.
BON MARCHE,
H.T.ESTABROOK'S
J-J H. MAIN ST., ASIIKVILLli,
Tim I'LAiK roii
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
AND TOYS.
local
Views and Sketches.
nnr IH 4
HEAL ESTATE.
WLTa B. Owvn, W. W. Wkst.
GWYN & WEST,
(Bacceaeora to Walter B.Owjro)
ESTABLISHED 1881
REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL1STATE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Per Cent.
Notary Habile.
CummlMloaera of Pcede.
FIRE INSURANCE.
OfFICK Moatheaal CourtHqaan.
CORTLAND BROS..
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment AgcnU.
Loaa at urcljr placed at " per rent.
OAeea! 94 4hj 3fl Pattoa Ave. Second flour.
frhwdlT
JOHN CHILD,
I Formerly of Lyman At Child I,
HEAL ESTATE
-AND-
LOANIUIOKEH
tHricUy a Brokerage BusIiicm
tmn sntirrly pUrrd at (trr cent.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
AND COTTAGES.
10 mile. Mouth of Asheville, on A. H. K. H.
tssms:
Per Month 4oo
Per Week l no
Per Day SOU
Dinner and Tea Parties on one day '.nutlet,
To rents.
Thon. A. Morris), Prop.,
ain-IOritf Anlrn, N, C.
J. w. o. Wll.l...
AHTIII'M J. Wll.l...
WILLS BROS..
ARCHITECTS,
AnllKVILLII, N. C.
Uflies llarnard Hulldlna;, P. O. Iloa 504.
Plana, NKclncatlona, Details, Ac., forcvery
rlaas of hulldlna: at short nutlet.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and set as. aprlodSm
. " UISCHI.f.ANKirl'S.
1 THUKHi IS AJSY
P
OWEK
IN
RICES,
ANY
V
lKTUli
I N
A L U E S,
ORANV J
B
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1 N
A R G A 1 N S,
BUY YOUR
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
PROM
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court House Hilinrc.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
THE "BIG RACKET"
IliiH never hud a larger
stock of goods, bought lower
ami Hold lower than at iioh
out. Everything to use and to
wear, Dry (Sooris lower than
tins Dry Hoods stores, more
Shoes ami clieiiMr than a
Shoe store, more Ribbons at
ess prices than any Millinery
store, Tinware at half Tin
store prices, Baskets chenjier
than anybody. Hammocks,
Japanese Fans, Scrolls,
Splashers, and the Litest lot
of Flouncing in town. Don't
buy anything until you come
to the
"BIG RACKET."
THOS. P.
HAMILTON
eft CO.,
GROCERS,"""
"BIG 22,
Putton Avenue.
ftlilHitllra
Asheville, N. C April 11, I HMD.
The eoinrtnrrshlp heretofore etlstlnR lie-
twern the anderslgned, under the lirm name
of I'llLMAM r CO., Is this daydlHolved hy
mutual consent, The debts dat by said firm
will be paid by Lawrence Pulllam, and the
debts due to said Arm will be paid to him,
and the business continued by him,
LAWKKNCK ITI.I.IAM.
D. C. WADDIII.L.
To our patrons of the past I
I have this day sold my Interest and Kimil
will In the Insurance business In Asheville to
Lawrence Pulllam, who will continue the
hualnte. I bespeak for him a continuance
of Your patronanc.
D. C. WADDIII.L.
aprll daod
MISCELLANEOUS.
ESTAnLISHKD 1874.
W. C, CARMICHAEL
APOTHECARY,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
learned on a Drug and Pre
scription-business in Ashe
vijle, fetrjyiijg at all. times to
iuiyTOiraDnigs and sell no
ysjjfcUstfiat are not strictly
first-class in every respect
itsverytlunir warranted as
represented or money re-
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
low as the lowest, rreserijv
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
city.
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
em
1879.
1885).
S. R. KEPLER,
IIHAI.KK IN
FINE GROCERIES.
Purveyor to intelligentnnd
appreciative Asheville and
American families, rum ten
and tasteH of people who be
lieve in good livingcannotlie
humbugged by "Cheap John''
goods. Cheap uoods and
first quality are not synony
mous. 1 have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
I ruits, urn ages, Lemons,
ranbernes, Kaisms, rigs,
Nuts, etc.
Miscellaneous lioiccO.k.
New Orleans Molasses. for ta-
de use, Prune New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex
tra fine Assortment of Crack-
in. Fine Teas and Coffees a
sMcialty.
Mince Meats Gordon & Dilworth'a,
and cither brand. I 'In in I 'lidding, Call's
Foot Jelly, etc. Pressed nnd Crystnlizcd
Ginger. Shud Roc in kits. Rocilerring
nnd nil oilier goods in dcmiind for the
Holiday. 8. K. Kr.PLr.R.
ii Clothing we nre showing a choice
stock, ranging from Hoys' Suits nt $1.00
to Men's at $30.75, the greater part of
it made to our order.
Our Men' Iliisincss Suits at $.", $7..ri0.
$H..r() nnd $10 nre stylish effects, well
cut, nnd most of them really well made,
while the Suits from $1 2 to $ JO nre high
grades, coniK-ting closely with tailors'
work nt nearly twice the cost.
Amoni; the Ilusiness Suits we allow
Plain nnd Plaid lllnck Cheviots, Illue
Series, Neat Cussinicrcs nnd F.nglish
I'lnid Ditto, Herring Hone Mripcs, lite.
Black Walking Coat nnd Frock Suits,
Virgoe, Middleton & Co. 'a London Made
Uiuiil'C Coats, Hot Weather Coats mid
Wnistconts, lllnzcrs, &c, cic.
Very attractive styles for Children nnd
Hoys.
Shirts, drawer. Socks, Scarfs, I land-
kerchicls, Gloves, I'nilircllas, Trunks,
Illicit, &c,
Straw hut in Krenl viiricly well lielow
coniictitors' prices.
One price system.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Dry Goods. Shoes, lints, Small
Wares, mid lnrcis,
7 nnd 0 I'ntton Avenue.
THE
SHOE STORE,
Herring & Weaver,
-LMADHKH-
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
AND
FINE HATS.
39-Patton Avenuc-39
Asheville, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Nkw Ydhk has got n Imllot reform law
nt last. There isn't so much rclorin in it
us there miuht be, but it will do for n
starter.
Wiikn you build your house remember
that two things are now essential: Per
fect sanitary arrangements nnd tirclii-
tcctural beauty.
Expknshs of Senator Dtilph's investiga'
tion of the methods by which the Watdi.
in),' ton correspondents gel their reports
of the proceedings of the executive scb
sions of the senate, $2,000, Profits, 0.
Mk. F. W. Shahiin, who was a student
at Harvard a few years ago, is said to
have his eves on a N- ida scnutorship,
He owns several silver mines, nnd they
nre tae material ol which statesmen nre
made in Nevada.
Ninkty-tiiki'.k thousand Englishmen
7,000 Irishmen nnd 1 7,000 Scotchmen
emigrated to the I'nitcd States in IKS!
'22.O0U English, 1!,0I) Irish uud .'1,000
Scotch went to Canada,
I.nstkaii of growling over n sore hem!
Dismnrck should come to this country
and soothe his disappointments by in
iectiiig our rollicking civilization. We
are the only nation that knows how to
get 11 steady supply of fun out of politics.
Takinc the census of a nation of 63,.
000,000 eople is a very big job. The
government printing company has just
completed the printing of the 20,000,000
enumeration blanks, which weigh in the
aggrcgnte 2'.".) tons, anil, if spread out,
would cover mi urcn of 2r.,miN,:i3.'i
siimre feet.
AccoKliiMi to Western ncwspujier re
ports, Francis Murphy, the tcmicratlcr
lecturer, but iiuti-proliiliitiouist. bus
mndc 20,0110 tciiiierance converts in
town during the past winter. The whole
State, it is said, is covered with blue rili
lions, the waving insignia of his ic.icefiil
mission.
EiiWAHD Hixi.amv has a rival at hist
General Ilooth, of the Salvation Army,
has prepared a scheme warranted to
nlHilish crime nnd poverty. The plan con
sists simply' of t he establishment ol' nsort
if glorified labor bureau, the oK'rntions
of which will embrace drunkards and
other objectionable iersons not usually
included in co-oicrutivcindiistrinlcu'ort.
A noun idea oil the subject of ccinl
delivery letters lin liccn suggested to
congress. Instead ol r.ipnrmg ilic uscol
n sKcial delivery ten-cent stamp, it is
proioscd to allow the sender to affix ten
cents in ordinary postage stamps and
mark his letter conspicuously "for immc-
lintc delivery." The sender must take
the risk of making Ilia mark pliiinciiough
to be seen by the postal clerks; but the
advantage of being able to mail a siecinl
delivery, when you might lie several miles
away Ironi a siccial dclivirv stump,
would be worth securing, and it might
lie considerably to I'liclc Sum's advant
age.
Tim apprehended disorder and turbu
lence that was to signalize the great
movement for shorter hours of labor on
the first of May did not inalcriulizc.
either in this country or abroad. The
'nited States is the only one of the lead
ing nations of the world that didn't cull
out the military to guard against Hisi-
I lie labor riots. The workmen conducted
themselves (iiicily and eaccally. There
was no rioting, no bloodshed, and only
in a few places were there any outward
demonstrutionsof any kind. The dreaded
May day has passed, and the striking
workmen have taken the first step to
win public sympathy by nt forgetting
their duty ns law-abiding ciliens.
Tiik wife of ustice Field is at the head
of n movant n to prepare and present
to the French republic a statue of Wash
ington. The statue is cxicctcl to cost
$2"i,000, the money to lie raised chit lly
iv the women of the I'nitcd States. The
act will be a graceful courtesy, too long
Iclnyed. France has shown her good
will to the I'nitcd States on many occa
sions, both by word nnd deed. The
statue of Liberty in New York harbor is
a irrK'tual reminder that the courtesy
ha not liccn repaid. It us give France
n statue of Washington, one, by the way,
that will not be a laughing stock.
Tiik congressional committee up
Kiintcd to investigate the immigration
business report the discovery of a single
siuarc mile ol territory in New York city
where 270.OHO (icoplc live, which isH.OOO
more hiimmi beings than can be found
dwelling ill any other iiiiirr mile on the
ei rtli's surlacc. These icoplc nre said to
be all Italians, sinking only their own
language and observing foreign customs.
It is a rather stiutliug statement, nnd it
is likely to attract fresh attention to the
great rush of Italian immigration to this
country of lute.
HOTEL DECISION.
A legal decision in Tennessee holds that
a guest ennnot he charged for n fire in
his room, the hotel having tacitly agreed
to make him comfortable when it opened
its doors for business. The incident is
not without suggestion. It stands to
reason that the hotel giving its guests
the greatest number of comforts nnd
convenience will draw the largest cus
tom. On this principle the hotel with
electric lights, electric annunciators,
bells, etc., will be more attractive than
another without them. We believe, for
example, that any hotel in Asheville,
during the summer time, putting
in electric motor fan outfit nnd adver
tising "bedroom cooled nil night by,
electric fans" will through that very in
novation secure an enormous share of
patronage.
HOW IT IS WORKING.
THE NINE HOUR SYSTEM
WELL UNDER WAY.
THE MEN WHO ARE GRANTING IT
AND THOSE WHO ARE NOT.
Many l.nhnrliiic Men lao Not Ap
pear to Want It KveryttiliiK
MovlllK AlollK ttl.ioolllly.
The nine hour system has a good start
in Asheville. There nre a large number of
workingmcn who apparently do not care
about licing the first to "innugiirrie a
new career" as well as n numlier of con
tractors, nnd the former have not asked
nor have the latter granted the short
day. Still there arc some firms who will
ingly allowed the request of their men,
ami in not a few cases has the nine hour
day lieeu granted with ten hours pay
Among the latter nre J. L. Perry, J. E
Dickersou and J. S. Grunt. Mr. Perry is
engaged in repairing the house recently
Ininagcd by fire on Pcnlnnd street and
put bis men to work this morning on the
nine hour schedule. llr.Grnnt isercciing
a house on the corner of Vance and Col
lege streets, and is having it done, not by
contract but by day labor. His men
went to work yesterday and will work
only nine hours with n full day' pay.
Mr. Ihckcrson is also building a house bv
day labor and is working hi men the
same way.
Some of Mr. Milton Harding's men
were not at work yesterday because of a
want of hunlKT, but those who were ipiit
when the nine hours had expired. The
Asheville Furniture and I. unilicr company
have agreed to allow nine hours to con
stitute n day's work, but will only pay
for that in uch time. Those of their men
who desire have the privilege of putting
in ten hours. Fitpntrick Ilros., painters,
pay probably the Ik-sI prices paid in Ashe
ville for good painters, and they sny they
cannot afford to pay the same price for
nine hours that they pay for ten hours
work. All their men were nt work yes
terday, with one exception, nnd the men
say they cannot all'ord to have their pay
cut down by stopping earlier, and hence
irefer to work the full ten hours. R. II.
Ixc & Co., painters, have all their men at
work on the ten hour schedule.
if the nlumliers, llallard. Rich & Hoyce,
llrown & Thrash and Taylor, Ilouis &
llrothct ton have their men working ten
hours, and say they hear no more com
plaint. The llnncoinlH.- Iliick mid Tile
company have their men nt work lor the
full ten hours and do not txiect more
complaint. i. S. Ilildcbrnnd, brick
manufacturer, also has his men at work
ten hours. The men employed by the
Asheville Shoe coniKiny went to work
cstcrdnyand kept it up for the ten hours.
Mr. McDonald, the street paving suiicr-
intcnilcnt, has a force of twenty men who
went to work yesterday, nnd they nre
working ten hours.
A force of bricklayer is engaged nt the
ice factory at Ilillmore, and they nre
working nine hours.
Mr. A. L. Melton ha granted the re-
picst of hi men, ami they nre working
only nine hours.
G. II. Surratt has a number of men
working for him, and nine hours consu
me a day's work.
GRAND JURQRS' REPORT.
Nome KccoiiHi.t-ndiillo.iH Mndc lo
the Hoard.
The Hoard of County Commissioners
met yesterday. Little liesidcs routine
business was transacted. The following
reH)tt of the grand jury was submitted:
To his Honor C. A. Moore Judge of the
Lriminnl Lourt:
The grand jury for the present termlwg
to present the following rcMrt. Tliev
lind iiMin inscction ol the county jail nil
apartments in creditable condition cells
for prisoners clean, with heating and
ventilating facilities sufficient mid nil
arrangements necessary tor the sale kcc-
uig ol the inmates. They suggest that
wherever the cement Doors nre broken,
they be repaired nt once for the lictter
protection of the iron work underneath,
and that the high fence surrounding the
buildings lie overhauled, the back and
east side particularly being in bad condi
tion. The Hior house, now containing
thirty inmates, is in satisfactory shnic,
mollis clean mid well provided, an abun
dance of wholesome food, nnd it occu
pants fairly clothed. In lookingovcr the
county olliccs, thev suggest that the Reg
ister of lieedt be allowed an extension of
gas pipe into the back vault, it being
very much used nndMiorly lighted. They
find the vault in the ollicc of the clerk of
the inferior court very small lor the pres
ent demands, and suggest for the sale
keeping of valuable records, now unpro
tected, that additional fireproof storage
Ik' provided. They further suggest that
the sheriff lie allowed to move into the
room on the opiiositc side of the hall
formerly occupied bv Dr. Whilson, his
present quarters liei'ng too small, nnd
that the new office be first divided into
two apartments for his convenience,
KcsKvtlully submitted,
A. Rankin, Foreman.
Permission was granted to W, E. llal
lybiiiton to creel a tent in the south
west corner of the inclosure in front of
the court house, for the purposeof selling
cigar.
Attention, Knight) Templar.
ASVI.I'M CVHHSU COMMANIIKKV,)
No, 5, Knight Templar, j
Sir Knights: Assemble nt the Temple,
in full Templar uiiilorin, mounted, on
Wednesday morning, May 7, at H o'clock
sharp, to attend the funerni of our Inte
brother Sir Knight, J. P. Gaston, Hy
order of E. C.
W. F. Ranimii.I'II,
Recorder,
Ground was broken for the preparation
of the government building this morning,
The tool house is nearly complete.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Kcidsville want two additional plug
tobacco factories.
Shelby' new and costly llaptistchurch
nus been dedicated.
Rev. J. C. Clnpp has resigned the pas
tornlc of the Lutheran church at .New
ton,
Tile capital stock of the Kcidsville cot
ton mills has been increased to $150,'
000,
Kentucky men propose to put in half
the capital necessary lor llic establish'
meat of n bunk at Marnm.
The current report that meningitis was
liievuiciu nun in u mini why ill iiivie
county is officially denied by the physi
cuius.
The bottling works burned at Durham
were owned by A. p. Lucas, ol Winning
ton wuo mid Jf.l.fiiio insurance upon
tnem.
Mrs. Graham, relict of Gov. William A
Graham, is critically sick at Raleigh at
the nomc ot tier son-m-law. Associate
Justice Walter Clark.
A new agricultural weekly is to Ih
started at Raleigh. It is to lie called the
.Southern I-tinner anil it will absorb the
North Carolina Farmer.
Captain Kirk, who recently bought a
gold mine in .Montgomery county, has
just sold n half interest for $75,0O0, An
extensive plant will be put up.
The 10th of May is "Memorial-day" in
this State. In some towns the observ
ance will Ik- on the 12th by reason of the
fact that the loth falls on Saturday.
The nlleticd irrcuulnriticB of the oyster
patrols in the eastern sounds arc to lie
officially investigated. Steps will Ik
taken to secure a reliable Ki(icing of the
waters there.
The trustees of the Agricultural and
Mechanical College have approved the
plans for n new building mid elected u
Mr. Emerory.ol New York, to be agri
culturalist.
The concentrating works at the Him
Wing mines, in Granville county, are now
n oiK'ratiou day anil night. I lie concen
trates turned nut average 40 or cent, ol
pure metal. A shaft has been sunk to a
leptli ol ;iOO leel.
The Norfolk and Carolina Railroad
oiniiauy is building a depot near the
Roanoke river on the south side of what
is known ns the "New River" farm. It
will lie called ".Seals." nnd will lie a con
veniei t shipping Hiint for the truckcrson
the river.
William Simpson, of Raleigh, has liccn
iipMintcil a general delegate for the South
to the .National rimrmacctiticnl Associa
tion which meets at Washington, Mny
7th. The convention meets every ten
cars, anil this meeting isu particularly
iuiHirtuul one.
The scheme said tolinvelccn suggested
by Senator Ouuy not to count the nc
grocs in the coming census so us to re-
luce the Southern representation ill con
gress is said to have become known to
lie ncurm in the eastern nart ol the
State and that they are Umiii their ear
about it.
I. P. GiilTnev. a lirotllinellt ritiell ol
Cleveland, has liecii arrested for leading
an immoral lite with Miss A trie Ilaru
rick, who i a member of one of the Ik-si
families in Rutherford county. The
I'ouug woman was also arrested and
Mith have given bail. Gatl'ncy is a mar
ried man.
The cotton yarn factory of W. Turner
& Co., nt Turiiersburg, Iredell county,
lias been burned. 1 lie heating ol the
boxes of the machinery was the cause.
The loss i $20,iiihi, with no insurance.
The cotton house, also a gin and mill
near bv were saved. It is not probable
hat the factory will lie rebuilt.
Congressman Rex-burn, of Pennsylva
nia, will purchase llald Head or Smith's
Island, at the mouth ot the Cape 1-car
river. I lie island contains ii.iioo ncres,
and has thirteen miles of stiK-rb sen
Ik'ucIi. A thirteen mile boulevard will be
laid out encircling the island, while broad
avenue will traverse it.
In Richmond county W, P, Story nnd
James Swnringen, brothers-in-law. quar
relled iilMiut a trivial matter. Mory ap
proached Swaringcn with the expressed
tetermmiition ol whipping mm. Mwnr
ngen stcpiK'd back nnd picked up n small
hmid-inaul, which he hurled at Story,
striking bill) Umiii the head, inflicting a
wound which proved Intnl. Jwimngci
has not been arrested, but hrsurrendcrcil
and will stand trial at the next term ol
the court
Commissioner of Immigration John T.
Patrick has returned to Raleigh from
lloston. He reiMirts that his trip wns in
be interest of a iierniancnt exiMisition ol
Southern products which it is promised
to make in some Northern city, lie met
with decided success in the matter. A
large meeting was held in Fanned Hull,
lloston, in the interest ot the measure.
Commissioner Patrick also met parlies
in lloston who will at once build a large
hotel at I ine lllulf, Moore county, as a
sanitarium for consumptive.
The trial of young Avervltutlcr nt Clin
ton for killling hi lather Isdrawiug large
crowd nnd the evidence is decidedly
against him. A young man named I n
derwood testified that at noon of theday
on which Duller wns nssnssjnntcd he saw
te boy nt the place where the shooting
was done nnd that he had in hi hands a
douhle-hnt relied gun. A blacksmith
named Wilson swore that the boy cut oil
n slug of steel from u rod in hi smithy
nnd asked how much powder would lie
required to kill a man forty feet away.
Judge Womnck, nftcr henring the argu
ment at Oxford in the injunction cases ol
the (own of jiiirham ngaiust the Oxford
mid Clarksville railway and the Hin hum
and Northern railway, continued the in
junction ngninst the latter road. The
judge did not pas upon the conflicting
claim ni the panics to these net ions, nut
lets them go to the jurv. He orders that
unless such issues slinll have been passed
uiKin both railways shall serve the public
a heretofore. The cases will now go to
the supreme court.
Statistics show that the Roanoke vnl
lev furnished more corn for the Confed
crate army around Richmond for the Inst
three year of the late war thon any
other section of the country, The lands
hnvt greatly decreased in vnlttc incc the
war licenuse the owners have not liccn
able to keep up the dikes thry had built
by slave labor. It Is claimed by those
who have had years of excricncc on
these lands that they are a productive
for grain nnd Brasses ns any Innds in
the t'niled States. There will pcrhnps be
an ellort made to nave an act passed by
the next legislature nllowing the counties
bounded by the river to nut their convict
labor on the dike nnd so reclaim the
lundi.
MISCELLANEOUS.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
or miluUi-lnhia College or Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 South Main St.
FOR ALL
HEADACHE
USE HOFFMAN'S
HARMLESS HEADACHE
POWOEUS.
They are l Specific.
feint allBir pli hro
alUMwraarrellra. Tk
t.itarMkarUt. l'rlr,lU U.
fr Mia b dngfiaU t)T bf
SAIL
AI1RKM Till
HOFFMAN DRUG CO,
55 Main St., Buffalo, N.Vi and International Bridge, Ont.
FOR tALfR IlY
J. S. GRANT.
IC your prescriptions are prepared ut
lirnnt's I'lmrinncy you can positively o
ieion these facts: First, that only the
purest anJ hest drugs and chemicals will
Ite used ; second, they will be compound-
il carefully nnd accurately hy an expert
enced I 'rescript iorinl ; and third, you will
not lie churned tin exorbitant price. You
ill receive the best goods ut a very rcu-
sonnblc profit. Don't tbrget the place
'runt's I'hurnmey, 2 1 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled ut all hours, night
or day, and deliveied free ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lie answered promptly. Grunt's Phar
macy, S4 South Main street.
At Grunt's l'lmrmuey you cun buy any
Patent Medicine ut the lowest price ipiol-
ed by any other drug house in the city.
We arc determined to sell us low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
sodoing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet thepricc of any competi
tor. We have the largest assortment 01
Clmniois Skins in Asheville. Over L'UO
skins, all sues, at the lowest prices.
We lire the agents for Humphrey's
llomiKopalhie Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use lluncomhc Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
tion, etc.
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is lluncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GK.lXT.Ph. G., Pharmacist,
L'-t S. Main St., Asheville, A'. C.
WIIITLOCK'S
Special Sales Week.
Clow buyers will plou w note
tlio following; givnt induce
ments this week :
Iil.'.ck Moli.u'r Iirillin til iiifM
at ."() nuil 7.V., formerly 73c.
anil 1.
Blin k Taurine Suitimrs. fiO
and H.'e., former price 75c.
and $1.
IJIiick Camels Iliiir nml
Serge Suitings at 7."e. and
Jffl, lorinerl.v -fl and Jfl.a.j.
Muck I iem li Henriettas,
'(c., 7."c and $1, former
rice ;."., 1 and fl.2.".
Fancy Mohair IJrilliunt-
mes, .e. and i.,c, former
price 7"e. and 1.
( oloreil Henriettas at L"ie..
U)c.. "0c. and 7.V.. worth
much more.
loniestie and Iiimorted
Challies at ."c., Sc., and 12c.
per yard.
ash Dress I-a lines. Lawns
and TrintH at :r.. and up.
r reni n aim Domestic, sat
ires at popular prices.
Dress (iinuliains nnd Kiiu-.
suckers, large variety.
Outinir Llotlis. Tablo Lin.
ens, white and colored.
White dooris. Anmsnnk-M.
Lawns, India Linens, Ham
burg's, Laces, Underwear,
1 1 a ml kercl i iefs, Corsets,
(iloves and Mitts. Larg;o
assortment and low prices.
l'arasols and Sunshades.
tho most attractive in tho
city. Prices lower than else
where.
lust received A new lot, of
IMack anriCrenin Lace Floun
cing; and Drapery Nets.
boiiictmng; ISew We sell
(ho only absolutely Fast
iflaclc Hosiery in tno market
made bv Smith & Aniroll
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and I Joys.
They are guarunteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
money refunded.
WHITLOCK'S,
4)6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Dank of Asherllla.
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