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Asheville Daily Citizen
I AdvertlHe Your
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One Time, 28 cents. Three Time., BO cent..
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ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1890.
VOLUME VI. NO. 21.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Bv virtue of authority voted In Genevieve
H. Ooimnt by a certain deed In 't"uJ,';,l
by T. I. VunUUdcr and wile. B. A. Vanl.iWkr.
dated the 24th day of June. A. U. 1MK7, and
rcKlHtcrcd In the Reifi.tcr'. office of 'Buncombe
county In Book 10, vK-67i and by virtue
of authority vctcd In W. W. Barnard by a
certain deeJ from .aid T. I. VnnOildernnd hi.
aid wife dated Oct. 1. 1H87, and rciii.tcrcd
n?iaid Re".ter'lT office In Book 60. untm,
topether with a declaration of trut of the
uld W. W. Barnard declared therein dated
October 37, 1S77, and registered lnnldol ice
in Book 11 of mortKOKM and deed, in trust
at pane and liy a certain ptlicrdcidlroin
the "aid T. I VanGlldcr and hi. .aid wile to
aid W. W. Burnurd dated October -Jo.
1887. and registered in '.aid office In Book
iorpaS! Boa, together with a declaration "
tra.t aiade thereon by the .a d YV. W. Barn
ard dated the lth day ol October. A. U.
1887, and reKitertd in .aid ollice In Book I I
of oiortgaKcianddcid. oftru.t, uaKe 407.
2nd Ki.tcrcc i n .aid'ollic. in Book of mort
SaSe. S id deed. In tru.t No. 11, page 470,
X?S!ii I. virtue ol any authority he amy
have by rea.on of the deed intnistlirstubuyc
mwjr. . v-MfiCI der und Wilt
havinii (ailed to pay the moiilc. .ccurcd l.y
S.S,?lr. ol iaid deed, in tru.t and
.Iced and declaration, of tru.t thereon uc
eordlng to their .i vrrul provisions, and 111.
.'j i...i., iiirnd uinonii them-
"lve. a. to the priorities of the vriou
debt, .eeured nnu u. to inc i.r.. ...
of the proceeil. ol the .ale of the
r' .'"f r' ....... .1.....W1....1 i. the .aid Gene-
died. In tru.t. and deed, and declaration, of
?ru.t hereon, will .ell at pulil c auction tor
ll.l -t the court huune door in the. city of
A.hcville ut 12 o'clock m. on the dl.t a ;y o
C ru iHBl), a certain piece or puree ol
Sin 111 .ide of College street, and on the west
5idL .il' I avid.on .treet, including the elcaodi
brick residence now occupied by .aid l . i.
VanOiuler. and the .table, und .cycrul udja
it lot. back of it. bounded a. follow.: On
tht north uy v-o.icgc lum, ,;,:,";"',
Dnvid.on .treet, on the .outh by UaKlc.treet
nnd on the we.t by the juil lot and the A. T.
i.avi.l.on lo o..w l-uck'. At the ....lie time
And I lace the .aid W. W. Barnard wl I ell at
Subl c auction lor ea.h a large lot ol house.
C and kitchen furniture under the author,
it" if the deed iron, .aid VanOlldcr and wile
to Barnard lir.t and above mentioned and
he dln,ti;.n of tru-t made thereon u.
aforesaid March 22, 1800.
liHNBVIIiVB K.CUNANT, Tru.tec.
J. A. CONANT, Tru.tec.
"VV. W. BAKNARU. Tru.tce.
IF THERE IS ANY
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K I C li S,
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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
1 R T U li
A LI' Ii
OR A IS V
15 N B lf I T
A K (1 A 1 N S,
A mi.i. providing for the American flags
Inrnll the miblic school houses of the
State has liecn lavorauiy reported D.v
I he New York legislature.
SiiSAToii Stkwakt, of Nevaila, says
that anv other policy than the unlimited
Vnr Hlxt.(H!Il VCIU'S 1 llllVf coinaue of silver is a conspiracy on lielinlt
o n...if mul 'ro. ol creditors to Keep iii.m.o uamuiur
I t 11 I 1 II I I VIII C1I IM "ft 1 ...
L.i-iiit inn lillsilllKS ill AsllP I'
I . . . .i I, ,.li,.
vine, Kin vinu ut- mi tin" " cw ... . . . . . .
I . ill I 1 1 v v iinv. " r
buy pUTO DrUgH aiUl Wll IK) the poor laboring man from ptireluning
gOUtltt tllUt tire not Htrictly the raw material nnd polishing U up to
fli-Ht-claHH in every nmxm-t. 't wwn.
I.'..,.v.l.it..r vviiiTiintod ns WiiATisMcKinUy'scommiUeedmnB
'"'"fi .!.....: I.SIU" n.tirl ii visitor nt
I Willi IIIV vhii. ......
CHIEF SMITH TALKS OF
HE FAVORS THE TRIBE'S MOVING
TO THE TERRITORY.
Southport lias four churches.
Harden ixjas nre being shipjictl from
The hank nt Morchead has been opened
There were but thirteen deaths in Ral
eigh last month.
Mr. Tesse Melton died at his home near
Monruc, aged 00 years.
The Tarboro cotton factory has de
clared a dividend of seven per cent.
Tin. tri'nmirpr's renort of Southport
shows the place to huvc $04.22 on hand.
The Ooldcn Kelt hag factory of Durham
will put 2,500,000 bags on the market
the federal court.
A. . 1 ...........
represented or mum-jr Wasllim;l(,n ()f n Western - publican
fiimliwl. Afvu'omlS are lllire M,iVit.n .U-vil iif n lot trespass eases.
I lUiiumi 1 l I -.l'UK ini"'" n " I , . ... , I !...!..:-
1 ...wl mvr ,.H..H tR of ilcinocrats.1' was the pithv and truth- i'ck ticcnieti inai ins court nnu hu
llllivt innii ...in. "'J I .
The IiidlaiiH Never More ProHper-
ouh In Cherokee Trouble Over
an Indian Hchool MaHler.
Chief Smith, who is at the head of the this year.
riii.rr.l(M! Indians in North Carolina, n,. tli.nisimil votes have licen regis-
came over with a number of memlicrs of tered at Charlotte for the bond election
his tribe to attend the present session of
They were witnesses
on the 1 2th.
The First Rnptiat church of Raleigh
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 Soutb Main St.
They if Specific.
Itlra or arrvtlr. Thrttn
HOFFMAN DRUG CO,
55 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y and Intomatlonal Bridge.Ont.
FUR 8 A LB BY
J. S. GRANT.
If your prescriptions are prepared at
Grant's Pharmacy you can positively tie
lnd upon these facts: First, that only the
II 17 V VOIIH
GROCF.RIl. FKKD, FTC,
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court lloue Squure.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CT8. PER LB.
low us tlio lowest. Proscrip
tions flllwl at all hours, ua.y
and night, and dclivw-cil free
of chilrgt' to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
111c, ami will bo pleased to
moot liis frionds and custom
ful answer. Pes Moines Leuilcr.
diction in the contested question, and
will build a mission chaiel to cost ubout
Another canning factory that will hnn- purest and best drugs ami chemicals win
die both vegetables ami lruit will be used ; second, they will be compound-
Sllirtcu ill nmiiB. , . . . . . .IIKri.
. . ;;i I eu curciiiiiy uiiu -v J '
A SmilhlicKl coiorcu man . . . .....
... ,,! .. ru.M . hmii in ..wui iin.ci.nn mmiir loa u ra. iuh
L'liaruef Willi sciiuiu niein noun n'h , vt. ,
had died a natural death.
BON MARC HE.
TOK OKSTLIiMKN J1ST IN 11AX1I
SOMU LATKST DUSIGXS l-KliTTUiST
SUADliS OK SILK.
NUW AND AU. GRAPHS.
USKFUL AXU OKNAM HXTAI..
HE "BIG RACKET"
Has never had a larger
stock of goods, bonglitlower
iiml moIiI lower than at 1 ires- cent,
nuv m tin
BON MAR CHE,
ho Drv (Joods stores, more
Shoes and cheaper than a
a 8. MAIN ST., ASIIHVIM.B.
I. TIIK 1'I.ACK FOK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches
npr 1H d
Shoe store, more Kihhons at
ss prices than any Millinery
n r.wvM. w. w. Wkt
GWYN & WEST,
(Succe.aor. to Walter H.Gwytl)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Comml..loner ol Deed..
OHVICK- HoallieBHt court Han nre
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment AitcntB.
Loan lie urcly ilaced at 8 ier cent.
Offices: 2 & 36 Potton Ave.
I I'ormerly of Lyman Child 1,
Strictly a Brokerage Buliie
Loan, securely placed at R ner cent.
10 mile. South of A.lievlllc, on A, H. K
Dinner auil Tea
Thott. A. MorrlHi Prop.,
aprio dtf Anlcn. N. C
, , a
liililor Anheville Citiien:
That our many friend, may know how i
are KcttltiK on we win mine mm "
In Hotel nni. Store
99,000 ill WeekHi
T.Hik In In.t Snturilny over 7l". $.5 ol
hut Imiiids nrotiml nt dillcrcnt restiiu-
runts, pnyiiiK for liis incuts ns lie rim
and rnnniiiK up mi lulls.
SiiMlitnniksnrfliiililiiiK nu-ctinj! m
CliiciiL'ti to (Ifiiouncc 1-rcc .Masonry.
Tlicv ntlnck it iKvausc it is a scc-rct so-
... i I
cicty, iiml in the next limit li uny nicy
know all its secrets. The wonder is wliul
not be churned an exorbitant price. 1 ou
test goods at a ver
Don't forget the place
Mr. Kolicrt Comlis, need 7U years ano ... ... t hrst couci3 t a very reu-
L're innrricu i
the eases were dismissed. They will re-
Gun. Jciiai. ISaki.v. one of the iiet cav- . . .. . , to-ilav.
nlry leaders of the Conl'ederaey, lives lit Mf Sllit is far H,ovc" ti,e nverni;e In-
LynelilmiK. Helms a suite ol rooms, ; i,itclliKenec, nml his apiienraiice
lilted tip with a line lilirary, choice oil h Btrikitiir. As straiulit as an arrow his
iiaintiiiusand hanilsoine steelen(;ravintS, f . . t . , i i . -i i mt.,,. . ,' i.-i,,,,..,, n,rL.l na were
. . i - - , -c. , ,
hi. enmoiniiilinu. His blaek at GoMslioro. isonuuic prum.
hair lmiiKS in curls on his shoulders and .j, Kvander Morrison wits found Grait'i 1'hurmacy, 24 South Main street.
,. i c .i ..i... Li i :.. k... 1....I nt U'inutoti. She retired
a small nioiisiaciie oi inc muoc cw ncm ' . . ,,.,. l ;.,,
Iireaks the swarll.v monotony of his apparently well and hearty. Prescriptions filled at all hours, mkht
face. He dresses inodestlv and well and A company is Ijcinp; formed at Heniler- orjur, and deliveied tree ol charge to
looks everv inch a chief. He is a fluent " t0.ll'Vd;V.,t''T'"""f.. '"CCOS b anrpartortiectj'. The night bell will
.oiiversalionalist, ust-SKood liniilish and 1 i...(i,: I answered promptly. Grant's Phur-
.1.... i. i,. I....I .1... ,u...t,..r.. c Kaieiur. is to niivi- iu,Kt w. . ...
r. .....w - o:o...,i...,l Tin. KniL'lits there la vor 11 1 ..,., n c h tnin street.
c.niloi t these neople et out of this sort n lilicrnl education. Ilcforc court ojieiied ' ' , cl,;,IKX.8 fr it are bright.
if tliiim to imv them lor the trouble ol tins morning lie stoou in conn i nice k-nkins, a prosperous farmer ol At Grant's Pharmacy you can ouy any
Koiiin to Chicago.
Tnu KrowiiiL' popularity of electric
street railways is illustrated in the case
f vti t .mis. Seven comiinuics, with
lines extemliiiK ninety-two miles, are at
work eiiiippiiiK their roads with the
overliead electric system.
ami talked of the condition of his trilie
anil of their probable future.
'It is my idea," he said, "that ultimately
we will move to inc Indian lerruory
where the other Cherokee are located.
There is a stronn lcelinj nmoiiK my trilie
that we would lie iK'ttcred bv the move.
A larne nunilier are in favor of it. 1 do
Cninyille county, dropiied ilciiil wniie I putellt uei;cme at the lowest price quot
walkniK on tne street o. w..-.u.
Miss Cusaek, the "Sun of Kenmore." " ; " '
COUltl IUH 111HKC HmUIUVMIVIIVB " I IHUH UHmiinvu v.. i
lecture al Ru!k1i and UU lor Kienmomi. . hM tQ oSC money iy
that . .
, ' i.: , ... ,.,...,! will a'""S- " c w,n '
ooin tne i on u nnu ..... . , l ,
no to Richmond on the occnsion ol the cines at first cost, and below that it ncc-
unveiliiiK ol Hie Lee monuimni. essarv. to meet the price of any compctf
that wa. hotel, balance .tore. Hotel rein
tend UO Unit liny, nnu ii.oiio nmvi i . ..i,I... L...i i.... i...i.-..." . I
,1 month', nur en i. niiiiimiuin ...... IIiuks rcsurnetl ins posiuoii
lonKonil ISfi-et wMc. Tell the linlnnce ol Uuhlier's pay lor Hie nrst year us u iceiuif; is KniwiiiK. i inne "" SA.m.tarv of the Y. M.C. A.at Uoldsboro, I
the world to come mid r "iiu c nen - inne, j,mlr, agaiiisl desertion sliouiu oe lie- them take some steps in tne matter, aim ,ul tc jutluence of Iriends compclieu mm
and Imy ood. or u. anu .nve io to 4J 1 ..-rilx-il n n measure to prevent enlist- for mvself 1 would like to (jo. Many I to change Ins minu and pun inc btniiK
H'e bare the largest assortment oi
8. R. CHl'.DIiSTUK t Sl
nt. Kvt-ry thinff to usciuul to
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
viM Dl'V (Joods lower tllUll pmu insi hanck pi.aci:h .
' ' OFTIIU IIHST CIIMPANIK;
inent. Why not lioliliy lace me evu as u i tilings in tins section are nut m our ni-
exists, ami eomiH'1 the ofheers to treat iiiK
enlisted men more like human lieiiiKS? It "In 1NX(! 1 first liciinn the agitation of
that were done, there would lie no need the subject. It was immediately alter
of iiateriialism in the matter ol carinjj we were defeated in the suit with the
Til K WuKl.li.
ACCIDHST INrtl'KAXCK CO..OI'
STATU AliUST POK Till'. UliTR'UT PIKU
ANII IIPKl'.I.AK I'RllOP SAI-U CO
Rooiiih 9 & io, McAfee Block,
L'h Palton Ave.. A.lievlllc, S. C.
for the soldier's pay.
TilK estimated cost of the consular ser
vice ol tne i nuen mmm hm "v
year is $ 1 .liti,'.l'.'.". This is by no means
a Inrirc aiiiounl. Hut then it does not in
I f (l..... .lalianilla f livr 't 111
ti... it.w.l r l. Winen nf Kn nii I naS M-namoia oaihi io -
I 111. ' , I
elected J. N. HohliiiB citv attorney, vice I akins fl sia.s gt tne lyest prices.
K. T. liray, who inter iiuviuk
seven years, decinicu re-eiecuu... ... . lor Humphrey s
Only twenty-two mnrri'.Ke uu,ll(conathic Medicines. A full supply
im. lUUtli'll 111 IlKC CflllllLl UUHIIJii. '
Ten of these were for white couples. This I Q( l,;s goods always on hand.
is ronsidcreil to he a very puor nioniH lor
came back from Washington when the Wake. Vsc llunco.nlte Liver Pills, the Ust in
suit had Inren decided, and on the udviecl V Kenrns, who six years ajjo was I (fte ,,., fur ;,.cr complaints, indiges-
ol the inilianeomniissionercaiieu a conn- sent to tne pciiiicuunr.v nou. ...............
W.II l iiuif, crib
western Chcrokccs over the division of
the proceeds of the sale of their lauds. I
"'"I ... . . ,, . i l....,,,,i,. for mnnsliiuL'litcr. under a
elude the labor lost, the trouble and tht " ' 1 ate u en. .., "J- iW ,)Ilr(lmlcd, n,
disanooiulmeut of the mtvtcd applicants " w.ral.1 lie advisable r us .to .,., WIl8 uminK llim.
... .. i! I move lucre, i uerc were a iiiuuocr ui niy ., ... , ,u ... . o .n-
lor consular positions, i uesc himiihh- i , i 'i . m nit Tut' suPrt',,u: court uns not us nn..i i olooa diseases is uuncomoe aarsHwriim,
mentseannotliemenstim in dollars anil p"V"'" ;"-" ' , an opinion in tne iioyer-icmiici..
mtuis tiniiioi i . .. ,i i ti... M.,rim I .:.. na .nu.i..tlierltiiver
i"'n v.... ,... ... ..... - ---r VOIVII1U inc iliici.miii t.i. .. "- ,
r Teauue is the sherill ot i-orsytn
tore, Tinware nt lmlf
I,, Cltii liinif u-e are s iowiut! acholic
Till ii-k. rniiuiiit.' from llovs' Suits nt SI.ihi
to Men sat $;iil.o, inc jjieater pari oi
I it made to our tinier.
ii, in iihi.11,11 ...... ....j ... .... "-r VOIVII1U II
eirculatiiiK the story that I had sold out I or Teafji
I vikw of the recent ..uliaL'e on 1111,1,,, nmiiertv of the tnlie. Thev even county.
Anicricaii schooner by the Newfoundland wcnl fur as to ;ivc the price. They The democratic ward meeting inOolds
autliorities, and th.tt tT,e s..ia.bo.i ol L(i( , ,, rXH.im, $.-,(,,00. Many 1,or'' "''"V!"111'';!
volution will soon ii.tivc Iroin its lor my .K.,v KiCVet it and for that reason ' . '.,,i.1.i m. i . u- Robiitson.
einii tour, would it not he well to set it (Ideate was appoiuted. Since then t'iiry Thomas Hilmundson, V. II.
to work by semluii; it to criuc 111 1.111111- mVe i.,, n,c to ,r)vc to them that I Shjjks, A. l. Itoiioweii.
diau waters? I 'crimps a siht l I uele mvc rlmii,cd true to their interests and Mr, f. W. llrnswell, n Charlotte
c i.mi. nii.lii keen the llluciioses .,. .i, :u ,,,,1 . u.m u.i,.vi.. thnt 1 1 ;,.ulrr has a curiosity ill the shape
ui ii which mane 111 ncium i
This is more 01
A thoroughly teliuble remedy for all
hod diseases is lluncombe Sarsaparilla
Try a botth and you will takenoother.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
S S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
within the hounds of decency.
hail sold them out. At the same time
Clone buyers will ileinse noto
11.. mlim? .if the law ilc- the idea o! moving Uns urown constantly i.,lll8C f ti,c 1(ict that watches
.mrtnunt at WashiiiKlo.i. the l aited anil now many lavor it. wcre ,u,t made until several ceniunis tj10 f0H0Wlnj: m-eut induce'
n... .I....I. ll..ul....uu C.iifM ill Kit S.7..II1. 1 . .. il,. I "1 IU1VC IK'CII llllllKlim UlC lll.llicr UVC1 I IIIIVI. I
Store lirict!S, I'.nsketS clieilper $s.f.O "and $lo arc stylish elUrts. well " 7 . chinameii suniBwInl ito scriously,Mhesaid,"anil havealmost made A yonnj; neKrn man died at Sanford nieilts this Week
cut. anil most in iiicio .nni i .. .1 immr mini toim. nil 1 near 01 1 uc ant on me HiiiuniuK "
iKl0 w hi " . . ; L C n imeii. When country is favorable and I t k . would
tllUll nnvboil.V. I lainillOlks. work nt nearly twice 1 lie com. j,,,,,, w.m to llinlc umii.r this niliiH:
11, Hm.Imm Sails we show he neeiis lint convince me pmnumm
I'biin and IMaid Itlack Cheviols. nine .i.,lt ,c ,H n(l liusiuess Here, v uuianiei.
1 i:....i..i. 1 . .....
Serges, Mat cassuiiin-. :in;i , i jnu-nil to stay Here, ami 11 is ex
actly to their likiiiK to have their reliirn
Jannnt'He l-nns, M-roiis,
Splashers, ami the latest lot
f Khnineino; iniowtrf Ihm't
uy anything until yutieoiue
IMaid ihilo. Ilerrinii Hone Stris. I.tc.
ftlaek Walking Coat and I'roek Sails, p,,, paid. 1
Virgoe, Middletoii & Co.'s , Ihi.Ii.ii Made h ( nfv kin,
l.llllllL'C t.11 US. HOI limiini
Waistcoiits, lllnxcrs, K.-C, cic
Very attractive styles for Children and
Cl.lrl.1 I It'll vvi'm. Socks. Seai Is. Hand
L..r,.l,iiiH. C, oves. I llilirellas. 1 1 niihs.
iir,i. Iini. in ureal variety well lielow
One price system.
('ii net 1111 111 niav lie the Inc in iiane
it is sometimes the death ol fairdealmi;
wilh the public. A recent example hn
Ikx-ii the renewal of the old light between
the makers of hog lard and ol cottonseed
til lard. The former demand ol congress
formed in n long procession headed by n JMack Moliail' Iil'llluiUt .11108
brass band, carried the remains to tut x -( 1 f0j.,m.r v 7.j('.
nml interred them under the nus- l,L V" '" lul,m"J ',Jt'
nice of lively music. The tunc was U1KI ijfl.
niiwillicv ivihi. I 1,1.. . I. f. ... ....fi!. ..,
ti. .win., at the Charlotte ' OUIUIIRH, W
inaikel for this vear are still nearly .(K1U aild H.lC., IOnillT price V0(
bales behind the receipts lor nisi year. rti),J
1: I,,! Si.iilem oer lHt to uatc. tne rc-1 i.i 1 g, i it ,
go with me mid all that will remain will r t1 loll up' 17i7...0 bales against 21.- liUlCK UU1MM S Illljr 01)11
lie n few of the older inemliers who have Oo I lor the same time last year, making Sortfe Sllltlllfi'S at T.'ie. 1111(1
spent their lives in the iiiounlain. nml a decrease 1 .1,11.1 Hales. j tOI'llierl.V f I and 1.2.).
want to end them there." Annie Smith, n mulatto woman no UlaCK I relll ll J lOIlI'lCttilS.
. . . , i .iituniiTiin .11 an. . .
I-vcrvthiiiL' on the reservation is inov- came to ynu,ni.i
like il much U'ttcr than this."
"Anil if yon go," he was asked, "who
will become chief of the North Carolina
'If I go," he replied with dignity, "there
will 1m; no trils.' here. The inaiorily will
ing along well, he suid. The people
were never in a more prosKTous ctmili-1 yCars 0f jijjc. She says her father was at
f.i.ii Tlnv nre ilniiiL' n erent deal ol K.m. 1 ime chief of an Imlian trilK.1. While
farming and arc constantly buying the her lace shows age, sue is sain to nc pr,,
1 . . .. 1 .:..!. ,.! : 1 . i I .. V.....U iiniM tiitil nni ill
u law re....r.ng that every pacKage ... - - , i...,;,.., i,.;.rtcrs learned on what he considers
r.mmv iniiiiuii iiiv iitniioiiiM hi 1 - , . .1.... .. .
h,,d work in the factories there, say. slit '., mm i. onner
was born in 177(1, niaking ner now inipriri- n.ic., y 1 mill ifi.n.
! ancy iMoliair Unllinnt-
laril into which cottonseed oil has Urn
worked Ik; branded with a statement to
school. The latter is now causing some
i.r..nv m.iiil niilhoritv. that n force ol
1. .n .... -I, m.
l.ollll nailtlH are iiircuu; 11. yii v....
Clothing, I ry Ootids. Shoes, Hats
Wares, nun kiii'i.
7 anil 0 l'atton Avenue.
I Herring & Weaver,
mes, olio, and .e., tonner
price 7.e. and f 1.
I olorod lleiinettasat 'J.m:,
0o., "Oo. and 7.V., wortli
..... . I .1 ! I I l""' HOII'l" . .... I I l.l.lf.ll .11.. I,
dint . licet. The latter express tui'ir win- - .. .... .... .
tlliuimii. . ii. im...! .i . I ..... i ...:,i i.t ,, ii ..ai..1. m.... Hup from tluiivillc I 1 l,iiiuiur ir 11 m I
bill lie-1 "an iiuiiic .1 viiniiiiv. in. iiiiii .'im. i., " v i 'winvi.',.iv
colony of (Jiiakers to run the school lot tnrougn n,nu... .... ............... UMallies at 00., 0,
leu years, and a man named Sprague was T""' p.M' yard. . . . .
iH.iinils shall lie tlulv branded. Much sent to siiKrinlend it. l or a lew years t.1lwt wilh tlc Wilmington and asll DlTSS 1' abriCH, LaWIlH
,,avorv teslinionv as to the practice.- Mr. Smith snys all went well but finally w,.,(lon rniirom llt Whilnkcr's. Mr. j Ymt at 011(1 Up.
e I og lard makers ha. Ln sub- the new superintendent extended h,s jur- Hitch r7ye m. 'nmi French 1111(1 Domestic Lit-
...iltcd ... congress. Were it widely pub- isdietion until c at cmp e, Horn,, ke aws ..ton to Tarbor,, k
Dress (iinhaniH nnd Soor-
n ,, iniuess to conform to such a law
.-"iii.ii . . . . . r ,
miind in their turn mat pacKagis in imp
laril, when ailiilternted wilh other com
, and 12c
li.bed. Hie consumers of animal fat would r ti.c ti..-. .. .... ,ro
' .... i i.i... Ms wmii ii ititn tii'vir iiinrii iti
with McuMitio, "A oi in. i...v .
aCIIICI Wl.o nun .n ii.. ii. .iii.ni.,.. .
most likely cry
..laiMico' both your houses." 1 here is -.,.. re, e n -y ;"T"V" " .""": ,:": n,.li.,,r ('ltlis. Tii.lil TJti.
.. ...... . I., u.iil. ,.ll,,.,.,l MVlir Ol II BCIUM.l uiiiri.i .iiu ..w. villlici. ici) v " V ... . I v' " ' '
evii.ciicv . f . ... .,1C
oil is muell more w ,i ,., Mountain ny ftini. ion Wl.if.. !m.1- 'ninuoliu
:. .i,llir im ne to the point to say r mm ."" was n brother ol Mr. .vcrest s graim- ....v ..i..nMUn,
" " 1 12 . Iina Mitnl.i llinltv I . . I !. I 1 l. l.i.tt.lt. nuns I I ni.nt.i lit.lni I ttmL I l.i..t
IMirtlc. on oneiluy's notice,
A MirW IlkKII. cnrel'l.llv orelllireil liy ll'llll
Ainu member, of the A.lievlllc bar ion
a.,., nnrchinent .nil henry lint nnurr), toe
erlnit all neee..ry point., Ju.t out nml now
! st the offlce of the Citiism 1uiii.i.h
Ju.t out nml now
aa Co., No. North Court Bqanre. flnll
A.hcville, N. C, Airll 11. IK".
The eninrtnershli heretofore ellln lie-
tween the unilenlipied, under the llnu nnme
of PPl.tlAM CO. 1 1, this dny tllwnlvril by
mutual commit. The debt, ilse hy unlit Hrm
will be wild by l.nwrem'e Pulllnm, nnd the
debt, due to .nld firm will be pnlil to him,
nml the hu.liie.. continued by him.
I). C. WAU1H1I.1..
t.i our iiniroti. of the tmst :
I have this ilnv sold my Interest nml u I
will In the Insurance hu.lnes. In A.hevllle to
l.nwrencc Pulllnm, who will continue the
i..ln,... 1 benenk for hlin n eonllininni'e
..r vmir iintronuue.
II. C. WAtllilll.L.
luirp dealings with the Imliaus, anil bus iiuc.
considerable money oil ol thcui. Mr. W.H
I....I .,i'..,iiiimerce. Mil inerc is still room
..i... ...... ii iiiiniiivi. wliotcbinie-1 mild
"".I V" ...i. ..I...1.. I.. the This was the way the mallcrstoo.lwl.cn
Lillii.uncss of makers of either variety -"' representatives of the society came
. ..... 7i... i....i iri.tb ..l...nt thch down a lew weeks ago to nave me eon
I.,., i.,... .li.L.imtiiu,. The col- tract renewed. A majority did not favor
, .. i.,....., ,.,i .,n the mnrkei the renewal, and the judicious distribu
lllimevn .... hi," "'. i . . , ..ii,. .i.
. i .i i. ..t ....ti..... ..ii linn ol in.itiev wnere it woiiiu no tne
tlioiisanus ami i "i" 1 , .. , .
. . . i ii i in... ..i:... ..ii 1. 1 mii.i tiiiiiii in l ie rciimn. i.i.i.ikii.1.
their product, lamucn i .- ..v ..... "
an.1 when the friiiHl Im. Incn cx,mW,l the for a vote nightly fav,r.nK a new con-
njily ImfcUvn thai ciitlmim.'cti oil ii n
tiiiiicu I .iliiftu 1 i-i-il-nt-it.'-t.iti
Worth. Stale business agent n,'r,ii.,..ilillfa' P u'
ofthcl-nrniers' Alliance, is deeply ,ter- "-""v.-....v.r., v. . nt ,.n,
ested in the new machinery nnd process (j lOVOS 011(1 AllttH. Largo
for making co lon nagging oi t w i.ure oi nHWOrtll Hll t 011(1 lOW pi'lCOH.
JSrMI 1'arasols and SunshadoH,
the farms. II the mnehinc answers, the tho lllost attractive ill tllO
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
AhIicvIIIc, N. C.
good as olive oil lor the table. It is not,
nml the milkers know it is not, ami nil
milted that fact when they attached the
lying lalicl.elsc why should they have nt
teiiinted the deception? They are milk
iuu olive oil of Hie 'sst iiinlity InUUilor-
ni.i, but the pioilitetiou is yet too small
to supply the demand in that Stale, with
the standing orders until to w sent Irom
n few hotels and clubs in New York.
The agitntioti over the colors of sol
dicrs' trousers has nrotiscd Marshal Mnc
Million ol I'rance, who declares that red
u ill mil in like us conspicuous a murk in
lnii ilc ns is said, for the reason, as he
claims, that it Is n color that is lost tight
of nt a comparatively snort instance.
lend. Hut when it came to mm it was
promptly vetoed, and I he representatives
left for Washington Ihiealeiiiug to force
him to ngrec.
Chiel Smith is in hoK-s that the gov
.immciii will make an order dividing the
html on the reservation to the Indians
severally. The present system ol having
everything held in common is to him one
ol the chiel reasons wiry more no not in-
vor it removal to Hie territory.
Nolle- Io the AIiiiiiiiI.
ii i. iiiiiioriant . to know nt once
whether voti will attend the Alumni
Immiiict nt Chanel Hill, Wednesday June
ill, in unlir that ntiitablc nretiaratioiis
may lw made. Ilv special resolutions of
the Altiinni Association nnv one is re
onrilcd as an Alumni who has been a
.tiulciil or n trustee. Please address W
T. I'lttterson, Chapel Hill, N. C.
fanners will snow now to get me o.ooo,- :.,
..ri H..,..:M,l i. Mmnf I it.) .
ooo varoi ... iiukko'h i,...ii.,.
Vnrt'h L'nrolinn's cotton crop. WHO! 0.
..... . i.. ... ...
Make LoeUlier. mulatto, was killed .lUSt I'COeiVCd A HOW lot OI
while assaulting an officer at Red Manks. jla(.k (J1Tan, jiUV Vom.
V.i;.!l"...l.,l,,.ror.,f lliimmortunL.ed ('illST 011(1 Drapi'lVV NVtM.
property, nnd was rcipnretl to give n COIIU'T lllll IV0W MO BOII
lionil oioi o.uor in. .11. . Hw, onlv nliMnlnt. V
ftinv term oi cnini m ...... ... , ..- , , .,..-.....
do, but drew n knitc nml assaulted tne uiuck Jiuwicr.y in tun iiiurKUli
officer nnd his posse, nml he was snoi ma,e i,y fSniltll tV AllLVll
"ZX OtiT. mini .Vmi. " for Lni ion. Misses and tliil-
Returns of crops for April ns mnde by droll, UIHO lor Men and IJoyB.
otic thotisnnil eorresponilcnts nnd ns TllO.V ai"0 KUnrttntoed Hot to
' I I. mi I - ...- ni n iirl. I a " " .
sumuiiiriMo ,,... ...,... (JV( rroi u- nv turn crri(n. m
perceninges t " -. o-
I'rioeH lower than olso-
i .i. r..n
Culture, snow ine i.iiiowiii ,iim... i el,
ofconditiotii Wheat Ui onu 81'U; UlOnoy Tt'lunded.
rvc SO'sii com 110; cotton Pi sorguum
o'.j! rlnver 05: meadows r3"l orchnrds
04. The lnttcr itntenitnt shows the
work of the frosts in March nnd April,
The following stock ierccntnge nre also
shown: Horses 05; cattle 115; sheep 01,
nnd hogs IM.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
OpposlU Dank of AshtTillt.