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AshMUe Daily Citizen
THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Not exceeding three lines.
One Time, 38 cent. Three Timet, 80 cents.
But Times, 78 cent.
TH WSSKLT ClTI to Wl Of loc' nnd
gtate news, Just the thing to atnd to anyone
Innulrtnii about A.hevllle. lued Thuraday.
lainele conies 8 cent., mailed. Only 91.00
VOLUME VI. NO. 47
A place pluiiued and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
4Wn nr.il skill. With Well
graded roads and extensive
A doHirable plaeo for fine
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1890.
EIGHT OFFICIALS HURT
PRICE 3 CENTS.
) ; Wm haily citizen.1 cwuT ninniBiR hurt NORTH CAROL,NA NOTES
I . . ..,a MISCELLANEOUS. mi.oww.nw, I Mm VI 1 iVini-U IIWin I
MI.M Kl,I.7IJini7IJk3. I ' I ....-vWV"v' ' " - - I - I
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N.C.
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Kaa been withdrawn after a very euccenrfnl
run, and we now preeent oar matchless
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP
DOORS OPKN AT 6 A. M.
Roger 0. Mills, the father of the Mills
bill, is again reported to be very seriously
A Mks. Belle Joiner died Inst Sunday
at Birmingham and was supposed to be
vervnoor. The next day Her son in law
Vnr ftixtoen Years 1 have arrived to take charge of the remuins,
carried on a Drug and Pre- i": S
scription business in Ashe-1 ...,.n,2, 00.
,, ville, striving at all times to Bebnahd Healey, b t convict ...
1 hllV Dure Dl'UES and Sell no ,ii(,t. 1.1 had his sentence commuted
rrnnrla that, fire not strictl.Y and was to have been released in 0c-
2..i.i monw-t. tota When he received the good news
Everything warranreu at i n . , ... dd of heflrt di8ense. This i8
represented Or money re-1 the irony of fate with a vengeance,
funded. My gOOdS are pure Tnu mercury in New York on Tncsdny
WRECK ON THE B,
MEMOIR WINS THE OAKS STAKES
HiKb Wlnda In New York-An In
human Mother Sentenced
News of the World.
Special to The Cltlien.
Wheeling. W. Va., June 6.-Lote re-
1 r . .1. . I,, ntiwt Piv,M-
he turned around to tell it to a friend P". " . nh Contt tami. at the po.toffice
Koua hub iimi. ". . pL..ii ,
officials were injured, none fatally. They
were taken to the McClue House.
A(auh nnA mv nricea as stood at 93 in the shade anD the Herald
C iii 1 va 11 von 1 -
1 ua l,oaT Prosprin- Rgnres that at a modest estimate of one
low as the lowest 1 rescrip- d a head New yorkcrg collectivc1y
tions filled at all hours, uat muBt hove lost 850 tong f adipose tis-
AN INHUMAN MOTHER.
Rnlcigh had twenty-two mnrringesdur
ing May and twenty-eight deaths.
The trial of Mintus Chandler Jfor the
murder of Henry Austin is on at Dur
ham. Sixty thousand acres of school land,
located in i yrren, is tu uc euiu
T.J. Pierce, of Beaver Dam, Union
county, is in jail at Monroe, charged
with making counterfeit money.
Captain William A. Dardcn, one of the
oldest alliance lecturers in the Mute,
died at Gatesville, where he had gone.
Rev. William Gaston Clements has
been re-elected, by acclamation, county
superintendent of public instruction for
A countryman presented four ten cent
nu,.nii. afimma nt the Dostomce
window nt Raleigh and asked that they
The revenue collections in the Ruleigb
.S. GRANT, Ph.G.,
Of Philadelphia Collet of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, a South Main St.
Thwsr. 1 tteeWe.
.i.Im m ill, i. In.
r mi. f inni ii ml
I crouiox. wrr mum ymvw
55 Miln It, Buffalo. N.t, Mi MMsrieaal Mf,0
and night, and delivered free sue by untiring perspiration. That i
Ofcharceto any part Of the the way it is in New York, but have yo,
OI tllUIfeW W U-HJf V henrd of comp,nillt g0mg
City. from Asheville?
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
Mrs. Vandeirrlft Sentenced For
Trylnii o Kill Her (ton.
8iecinl to Tim Cithkn.
Molnt Holly, June fl.-Mrs. vanoc
.Triff fnnnil fruiltv of an attempt to poi-
son her son forthcinsurnnccmoneyonhis
life, was to-dny brought Into court for
Tim Duke of OrlcunBhus issued a man- sentence. The verdict of the jury was
TOM SAL BY
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prescription re prepared at
Grant' Pharmacy you can potHircly de
Dcnduoon these Cut: FinUtbatonhrto
district during May werc13l,000, that and best drujF and chctnicala wiXf
being the largest amount collected in an v P""" aff M" ,ru "Da w
one month in more than fifteen years. be used; second, they will be compound
Col. Julius A. Gray, president of the ed carefully and accurately by an expert-
Cape Fcnr and Yadkin niicy runruuu
AH COOPER Hie, and Will be pleased tO ifcstotothc French conscripts and says three years in the penitentiary and it
7 I . . . . , j r :i mAM. ..v. I i : nnnni.n tho aentence.
"GET RID OF THE FUES."
Every housekeeper in Ashe
ville has the worry of Flies.
Fly Paper is sticky and only
a little less bother than the
Flies. We sell the Harper
Fly Trap, the best made at
only 18 cents each (sold in
good opportunity for other stores at 25 cts.) they
i . -, -i i
oi.ti ;nur.npnt. For are Handy, easuy uujuhcu,
never wear out and get there
in ridding the house of Flies.
One or two in each room will
hate the nuisance. Our
Ice Cream Freezers, Ham
mocks and Croquet Sets are
seasonable and are priced as
NEW NECKWEAR low as the same goods can
, in. bo bought in any city on the
FOR GUNTLEMEN JUST IN-HAND-
.!ot Wn nrn KiMlltlir
t ri:ciT niisir.NS 1'Kiii i iiioi i i-uiiLiiiuiiu.
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LlnTlUc, Wltcliell Co., KC.
BOH MARC H E.
meet his friends and custom
We are showing on
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Smallwares &
Carpets, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
that the sorrows of exile are a mere ex- only remains to announce the sentence.
change for captivity. His ardent desire The entire morning was devoted to argu
enced Prcacriptioaist ; and ' bird, you wilt
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best good at a rery tea.
sonable pro6t. Don't forget the place
Grant' Pharmacy, S South Main street.
Prescription BUcd at all hour, night
or day, and deli vet ed tree ol charge to
to serve his country is unchanged. He mCnt for a new trial. On this deasion hnye purcbn8cd the iiunnyCUtt and the I any part of the city. Tbe mght beu WW
asks his dear comrades to keep a place nigo hinges the decision of the supreme two Iscnhour mines, the former in Kownn amfwend promptly. Grant' Phaf
for him. and he wilt come and take ,t for COurt in the habeas corpus application. ntZt the three
Uod nnu i-rancc. i nc uuk u,.B..v A nmriaK Holibcrv.
.mooth talker and the beauty of it is the
French know it. It will be some time ,., luM it 11 o'clock this 1 ... hnve met in the court house and I p.nt Medicine at the lowest Dricc QUO
belore ne serves wun noenrto...ruu. . Mnnsfield King, the man re-elected t lie prcscm. rL TLi...m..w 1. Ik ti'lr.
I a - .. .. I W i;,irntt. Ii. LI. LIlCKBUn. I w "J -
and S. Young, by acclamation. J. A. An-1 w determined to tell a low a the
lowest, even if we have to hae money by
Moffatt. T1 nne of the new Y. M. C. I so doing. We will tell att Patent Med
says it is not true thut his company is
aurvevinc a branch rond up the Yadkin
The stamp collection at the vcnue
office in Durham, for the month of May,
was the largest our town has had in
many years, if not the lurgest ever col
lected. It was $si),8U0.83. Durham
It is reported that Northern "nrt'cs
I rtJ f .1 i-.,.ul
intention ol lull Ueveiopmeiu ui '"" l maey, juuiu wam
I .lrmirtiea. I
I ' ... .1 ...nt ..I.......
ti,. l 1 nf mnLriatrates of Cleveland At urant m f" ' '
Wkst Point bandsmen net the munifi- charged with tne aarmg roouery v.
cent imv of $17 a month and ns a result President MolTatt, of the Denver bank. tbuny wua elccUU iul.erintendcnt of pub-
i - . ... i t l. .( I n.iiifl. wnr i' : . ii,.,i,t nnv otiiMjHiLioii.
, Lot fnmoii mimi.nl orcnnuation was urouK"v uiw ""' - w lie imi.rw.uuii - j
r... ..: . n.i mnnv if the here and fullv identified by Mr. Moffatt. ,. .tone of the new Y. M. C,
I l ItlBfc M" I .... .. ., r..
tir.n. ,1 in remedv theevil but with nnvate
nension bills nnd various ditches that or- to blow up the bank
nament their several congressional dis
tricts they could not be expected to heed
ier regiments now hnve better music King went into the bank several months a. building nt lJoyiilsmtiJleBewUI be eineJ -t fit cost, and Mow that If
West Point. Congress was peti- ago, took out a bottle which , he a,4 laid Thi essary, to meet tbe price of any com,
d to remedy theevil but with private contained nitroglycerine and threatened bn, electe Kev. C. M. Payne, ol tor
lie secured $a0,000
such a matter as West Point's band, and
so the Intter hus been neglected until it is
Chicago Aldermen and the World's
Fair committee are at outs. The city
council insists upon an amendment to
the State constitution that will enable
her to add $10,000,000 to her debt in
stead of the $5,000,000 proposed for tbe
Wnrlil'. Fair, the extra amount to be
tion has elected kev. C. M. Payne, ol
cn,.pr,rfl to de iver nn noiireas on mm
occasion. I ne duihimib """5 have tbe tamest assortment oi
other conveniences, a largeanu weiu.iv -
gymnasium. Chamoi Skin in Ashertlk. Orer ZOO
Yesterday was the biggest day for jins, all sizes, at tbe lowest price.
shipping truck New Berne has ever had.
It is sale to say that U.S00 packages ol ,e tbe fof Uumphrey'
Mf?uZ Homeopathic Medicine. A futt .upply
" i. ....... Kn . . . .
chartered tug to meet him. It is ike , """"-.t n mm.t have ta -"r?"
thut he wiUnot testify before the leg ailtriUuted in the community. New Baocombe jjrer Pill, the beet in
Iative investigating committee before Berne Journal. I .... , . , , j.
t M,lflv. -r... f fkan of the Wilmington the world for liver complaint, indigc.
Convocation ! l-.piscopai ) nnvinK I tion, etc.
hv the removal Ol inc ic..
Crofcer will Come To-Day.
Special to The Citiien.
New York, June 6.-Kx-Chnmberlain
Richard Croker, head of Tammany, will
reach home some time to-day on the
Allen. Friends are in readiness witn a
Tbe Flrnt Convention.
SHADES OP SILK.
NEW AND ALL GRADES.
FANS ! FANS
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.
33 . MAIN BT.. A8HBVIULB,
ta ths rhucn ro
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
Uwi Curtains, and goods for
half curtains, (of which we
have 'some lovely patterns)
at prices that always please.
Our second supply of Brass
Curtain Rods is expected
daily, the other lot was
priced at exactly one half
per foot as the same goods
were quoted at elsewhere, but
that is the way our prices
run, sometimes one half, or
two thirds, always loww
ti... ii mivlindv else in nil
and we kiM'p eveiy
Tho biggest lino of
in town. Every-
7 & 9 Patton Ave.
.,lfreitvimi)rovements. The World's Upeetou to The CttUen. W. Shields, late Hector of Cbnstehurcn,
r: th, l,Wmen to keen HILL CITY, Nan., une -New llenie. to jne "-
i .III JVWp.. .... - - -
their hnnds oft" nnd are nlraid that when
the matter comes up in the extra session
of the legislature it will be so loaded down
as to endanger its pnssnge. rroin tins
distance it looks as if about the best thing
Chicago could do is to have less quarrels
and do more work. It is a condition ana
not a theory with which she hns to deal.
the Kansas Farmers' Alliance congres
sional conventions opened here to-day. A
candidate for congress will be nomi
nated. The contest is between J. McKee
and A. M. Allen.
socinliou annual regctta. lintries num
ber two hundred nnd forty.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodations the very beet this moun
t.ln country can afford. Terns reaaonalile
aepoulblc to make them. Bllllarda, pool,
bowling alley, ball room, music, etc.
F. A. MILES, HI. D.,
At the present writing it looks as il I tj,e Pnsinn River Amateur Rowing As-
Scnutor lngulls wus not loug lor tuis po
litical world. A convention of Furmers'
Alliances was held in Hnricr, Kau., to
nominate a county ticket. Thirty-nine
.iiianm were reurescntcd by 101 dele
gates. The convention was harmonious.
Four candidates were placed before the
convention for representatives and were
called on to define their status as to (Sen
ator Ingulfs candidacy, bvery one
pledged himself against him nnd the con
vention endorsed the speeches by enthu-
Tne Annual RcKcttn.
nnrdnl to The Cltlien.
Newark, N. J., June 8.-Prepnratlons AlitrniBf Ncw Ze'ulund and West Indies,
are complete for the opening to-duy of I Ttiin is the biggest shipment, we are uv
. 1 . 1 .. 1... 1 1 i. i.rtn in one
n:-hnn u'niMfl hns annointed the Key.
Dr. James Cnrmkhacl, Rector of St.
John's, of Wilmington, to the vacant po
sition. On yesterday W. Duke, Sons Si Co.'s
branch of tbe American Tobacco Com
pany, shipped 6,710,000 cigarettes.
Tlicae goods went to thirteen different
u.imillmniL'll. DIIU to Ann, n
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood disease I Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacut,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Special to The Cltlien.
St. Paix, Minn., June 0. The Farm
er's Alliance of the Fifth district are in
session in Fergus Falls to-dny. They the penitentiary board hns a contract to
will make a congressional nomination. gue twenty-two miles ol tins ronu, in
WUkHiMtMWam A correspondence of tlie Asheville Citi
pedal to Ti. Cm. 'T.."tl me of Col. John p.
Bkidoepokt, Conn., June o.-Koiun ' 7.? for the l'rfcondiip of His-
Close buyers will please note
formed, ever iiiutlc by this linn m one
day. Durham Sua.
TI... nre onlv 170 convicts in the lcn-
:. . ,n,.llrr nii.nlier than ill yeurs.
Tlie reason is mm . j. - 1 . , . j..
sent out to work. Eleven convicts were U10 following great indUCe
. . iu .M.niirniiurv to the farms I
on the Roanoke, thirty were sent to Salis- ment8 thi8 Week :
hurv. to work on tne inuKin runway.
5 Black Mohair Brilliantines
at f0 and 75c, formerly 75c.
Black Tamise Suitings, 60
and 85c, former price 75c
. :- .r.i " . ..r v..,.i,i'n.iinn
. , , ,, ,..,.. .it-. I uccrs, a promincni "i torv ol me i niwiauy .,.-. mhivi uuv.,
siustic cheers. The Hurr cunt di e- wlh . h wou)d u nn ,, lirn, c election, as , 1
gatestotheStateconvenlH.nw.ua.. Co Kmlnttm ,. ,n ri, M"f" !!, Pmnln TTnlr nnrl
Viiussn... mv . 1 I., uetll Vaat-faffl III IllStllrVa rniUUl Hit I 1I1UVI VUH1VI
chuwvorthciMinninf trustee full Kin Serine Suiting at 75c. and
. i.i i i.:. ...... itnitifvintr to Ills I - - ant rt
8pec.al to The Clln. . I wuo "slnle. fl, lOHUeriy fl 00 A.JS.
loniion, June o.-fliemo.r w.... . .
GVYII & WEST,
(cceMor. to Waiter B. Owyn)
REFER TO iANK OF ASHEVILLE.
saexnsralv Placed at
..tar Pabils. Commlatloners ol Deed.
4rriCft-ao ntne Conrtaonnre,
Real Estate Brokers.
And Ince4aucnt Arentaw
Loaa. se urely placed at ptr ml,
ohm: a 8 I'.lton A.
JENKS Sl JENKS,
HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
VIRK INIW-ANCK PLACKO IN TWUNTV
OF THB "HUT COMPAWlBB in
A0BNTB OF THB TB AVBI.BBH L1PK AND
ACCIUBNT INMIIKANCn CU ur
'8TATB AflBNTB FOB THB DHTBOIT FIRII
AND BUBOLAB PBOOF Mrs
Sftooma 9 10, McAfee Block,
it Patton At.., A.IhtIIU, K. C.
"IT'S A STUNNER TO US."
The inconsistency of the McKiulcy tar
iff bill was shown up nicely at the recent 1 atukes at Ein to-day
visit of 100 importers to Washington to
nrntrst auainst it. J. M. Constable, ol
Arnold, Constable & Co., was the chid
speaker for the delegation. He presented
u formal protest of the iniKi urs of New
York. Tlie imKrlcrs protested aganisi
the bill because they inlicved it would
l....!.lemf A Im 111 VMt flf I. fit class auaiust
anotlierclnssi for the benefit of niimu- Rcnldcnl Booth CnrollnlMiw Heet
e . n. ...;.,. Im.wirtiTt! nlriO UC-
T A VHT)fW 171? .,..! i. ,1,. ,w,r men
JJ1 UliWiaA" aBc v.... -' ''' , , ,;. .,., A.lM!vil,. wn, hcd
of tnis couuiry. i. me niirv";
went into oiicratiou a great many im
porters would have to retire from buia
Black French Henriettas,
( Formerly of Lyman it Child I,
Two People Injured.
HntcUl to The Cltlien.
New York, June fl.-Two people were
injured by the high winds lust mgin.
One will die.
A PERMANENT SOCIETY.
. .-..... ni iien..r.irt. wiii.nm ri()r 7oc and VI. former
Cotter, nged seventeen years, and ohn ,irice GoC, fl and 1.25.
.. a.,ntt nf i.romii t -it;
anl seventeen, wins ol promt'
..,( L-itiznis. k-lt in a lmt to swim in
the Sound. Failing to return lit tngM.
a search was nti.de, and the Inmt con
tnining tlnir clollK-s was fonud niH-horejI.
A large searching party spent n I nigh
in unavailing search lor tlmr IhmIws. It
: ..i l-lun.l that one was
Strictly a Brokcrase BulncB
... h..i iii.
n.ie ULieiuiHi.iu w " "
A meeting of nlwiit twenty South Cnr
olininns. resi lent, of Asheville. was ne.u -m t Nl,ville. Tenn... as
yesterday. A pennnnent orgnnuntion I boktrra of North Carolina sholiirshi:
under tne nnme in me ...... - .. u. j. uiii.
t. ...... mIFw.Im.1 1 ll.u.nvillf. 1. it. luimmjii, j"-
Fancv Mohair Bnlliant-
"mi's, 50c. und 75c, former
price 75c. and fl.
Colored Henriettas at 25c,
40c, 50c and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
M. ... . m . . J lit.
Kotk has iKenreeeiveil that the follow- UllUIICS UH OC, DC, ana
ingarelhc graduates nt the renlwU) jM,P yQra
. w. a. WILLS,
ABHBVILLB, N. C,
Olllc. Barnard Bulldlna. P. O. Boa no.
Plans, BiKcttkatiuna. Ifctalli, c fiir.very
claas of b'ulldln at ihort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and tee us. aprlBdam
Loan, eeenrely placed at a ner cent.
THE MOST PRACTICAL OF ALL SYSTEMS.
DurinK the anrnmer month. In the lecture
hall of the V. M. C. A. Claw in wo o.t..-
Ions. Pint division, 10 to ma. m. ....u
dlvl.lrfn, 8 to B p. m. U.n. dully .se.l
Saturdays. Tuition, l a wr month la ad-
rane. Apply u.inn in.
City Library from o to n p. ni. ui
icm. He iBlrodBccd Henry W. Curtis. Society of Ashevd.e, t., -f- ".ville Nfis. Mary II. . ' """Tor rf"
representing the silk and velvet interests. Col. L. M. Hatch wns tendeml he posl" JJ , ,,, SciU. Tllc latter . a U10M at jpul M prices.
JL himse lf n. a nrotix-tkm- tion of first president but bcged to de- , , w,ir,Kti,m. Tlre are four- DlYHS Cl inglianiS an
nvillei J. R.Johnson. J
'. rnris.Slntrsvillei Mi
Wash Dress Fabrics. Lawns
and Prints at 1c. and up.
Fivnch ana Domestic jsai-
who nn..unccd himself a. a otcetum- tion o first ... licen,h.te o ins njction . wn lvno y'"- - "
silk commission clinc tne minor in mur m icen norm - idiHMTni miinij.
The following ollicers were men school (lUtintf UOtllS, l nOlO ljin-
MIHH NINA OIMIIH.
F. A. GRACE,
Will Knecnle In
UucauBtlc or Oil
oa WOODWARD AVB Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 88, Ash.vtlle, N. C,
MIm Ollili. ta a lady f the lrt ehnrneter
and an nnu.unlly imTMn.l teneher.
P. P. CI.AXTtiN,
unel I w B..pt. City Bchiiiila,
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 milts Bonth of Ashsvllle, on A. B. K. K.
Dinner and Ten Partle. on oneday'.notlce,
.. i a no
. a oo
Tboft. A. Rf orrlB, Prop.,
Ardca, N. C.
iat reoublicun. The
houses, he said, were more largely Inter
mills, nnd. including importing and man
ufucturing lniiorters of New York, rcp
reaentina iniMI.OOO.OOO of capital. The
McKinley hill bore the hardest upon peo
ple who conld afford it the least, those
using cheapest silks. "As you go up in
value," said the witness, "you go down
in duly. The duly on ordinary gros
r..in silk, costing fifty to sixty centa a
v.ird. was ninety lr cent., and on the
... , tin C. ua
suinr article costing .ijr-i
W hen he lunl conciuuci. ncuaiur ."
hecs asked him tlie reason wny cncnim
grii.Us ol silk paid a luglier tluty timi.
Hie more cosily, nnl ins answer wn,
that's the stunner to ns," Is inc
Same OIIC llllll unmeniilt .... '
.u..uu.,tv. Wliv clicuo tirades of nilk
such as Blight lie worn by the Inbor
..... mun'a wife should pay llll per cent
. . .. .. t
while the duller grwlcs, tne rustic 01
which is heard only In the hulls of the
wealthy, should pay but 00 per cent, is a
question which has not yet been sntisfuc
lorily answered. The McKinley bill is
fust, last nnd nlwuys lor tin rich.
A thousond Roleighiles picnicedatTar-
Hi doolie silk, than In theforeign elected: Win. 15. Hrecac. preside , L. M. j Rc,,ce.1 vate hNkW wllit and Colored.
2 Their money was in domestic Hatch. vice-president, J.I'. rtl'"r' S,SV I White Goods, Nainsooks,
I ...! ln.fl.lim1. I I-" . , uli. I atu I w v 1. T ! ITam.
reu,r""" ' . I noints in tlie lermorT mm.. ... " ? .noma, inuill jjUll'IlN. iiuuj-
A committee wns npinw,i lonrrangc Vit, Kuleigh. Oreen.lmro, e;""" .nrm, I,nC0H Underwear.
r't, IXZ love and Mitte. Lorge
other cmmitleewn.aelectcl on tonst. J , wi ,w mndc in n few tliivs witn MlHHOnillU lb uiiu iu .vo.
mid Invitations. Tlie committee an- ( bent her railroads ol North ami South luniU40l8 and BUnshadeB,
pointed on constilulion and by laws will tnroiina. nj,0 uhihC attraCUVe in UH
reiHirt on tlie evening of June a7lh next. Ml, H M piBKcr, of the c.ininillee ol l'ria'S lower than elsO
niid there will I .mricrlv meetings vWlor, to 1nivcn.il y, wns t,,lcT 1 wliori
HicrcaftcrontlieaKlinias,iincieni.ri.i fc wtd at RnliigH , regnniiug mv ;..i.. - . .., 1, l
IkiiilKT. Man h and June of each year. .."Jn, f if, rTnl visit. I le says .J UHt WCl VOtl A new lot Ol
The governors ol tour nic nnu . (b imiiressinn mnmrnR in iii. ""'"V"'" lUltCK ailumiu Xjncer lOUB-
diatinguished guesls are cxjKvleri to be ,,, Tw work is yeryc hcie.it. , Vetj,
present al tlieTjuiupKton June 7th and Thcrt ,xccllcnl con of professors. 'illg Ontl Vrn,IJ,W ii
ll.e.-...i...iiselavtedtoU a very en- or,,m , who devnle themvwlvrs to Something NeW W Sell
jnyni.icon. ,heir duties. ,.M."r l ,,n,'n., ,im the only absolutely Fast
The nrnsatlo.wil nielo-.iramn, winj " . , water supply nml a 1 ,...,,1., I,y HlllltU & ADgell
Audley's Secret; or, the Mystery ol l ie ,v,tcmf prwernge are badly neene... LadlfS. MisseS and Chil-
1.- .I! " JrT . ui- raiSSW Men and Boys.
proouvm.... ... ... ' . - lo make addition, in iihs mcitiiy Tj y are guaranteed noi TO
and it wut a delighted audience- tlint , Hvnilal.le will not in-nn.l. Tlie I , " '...i,. tllPn croon or
witness the plav last evening. nlognc will show about JtW students, dj 6, Crotk Of turn green, Of
,...... . entmogne win .m.w v. ; . i - .
Miss Uora llourne'i Interpretation ol The bonrd of visitors was eacw.ni.ny i money ruiUUUUU.
i .i- A..,ll,v w..s one of the most clever pleased wltn wnni iney .w
bit. of acting that has ixen sccti In Ashe- r...,.n.lrry No. B. K. T..I WUITLOCK'S.
ville In sometime. The tupport wns u,.nKht at 8.30 o'clock for
good and the company appeared at a worh , the R.C.Hegre. By order ol 4J goUTH MAIN BimBET,
decided advantsge. To-night Mabel Km. Cob.. W' P' RAJ,vTrder. opfMMit. Bank W AanerBf,
Heath will be the attraction. Keeorocr. Opposii. warn m a-m-