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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Tn WBBKLY CiTUS la Ml of local and
8UU new i Joit tht thing to lend to anyone
InaulrinR about Ariievllle. iMued Tbundny,
1 M..I. copies 8 cent., mailed. Only S1.00,
ner year. .
T T 1
I Asheville Daily Citizen
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, I
Not exceeding thee tinea.
I one Time, 3S centa. Three Time, oo eenw.
Biz Timet, 75 cents.
VOLUME VI. NO. 48.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
' rvmni.m rurnnnmnn NORTH CAROLINA NOTES. uiscellahbuu.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation ol 3,800 feet
It is being laid out with
4-o a fa nnri skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Oreat Comedy Play entitled
"Dl IIC DIIIMW
in o nADiiinuKCi
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, H. C.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Thb straw rote fiend ! again netting
in hit work. A poll of the delegates to
the Illinoii State Democratic Convention
held In Chicago showed 521 forClcveland
for President in 1892. and 361 for Gray,
of Indiana, for Vice President. Cleveland
had practically no opposition, while
Palmer was the choice of 112 delegates
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre- for vice President
SCription business in AShe- iTwouidieeinatJf Asheville was about
Ville, Striving at all timeB tO large enough now to dispense with a city
. r -oil -nr auctioneer who cries his wares in front
DUy pureiruK- ""' J " of the court house doo,
LABOR LEADERS IN SESSION
IN NEW YORK.
I v as A f4TT Dl. a"!
Weldon thinks the coming census will I J
give it 1,500 people. Of Philadelphia coueg. or
The Hickory Press and Carolinian is I Apothecary, 4 Soatll Main est.
n,ivnntiniT anotner ruiirouu iur mui. i
hustling little town.
Tkannminntinir convention of the Sev
enth Judicial district will be held at Lau-
rinburg onjuiy in.
ruevrNNFl AGAIN ON THE WAR The Rescue tenm of Raleigh have been
CHEYENNES AGAIN ON I nt wn Mnted with $50 in R0d for lU exhibi-
r atU I : ri.n..i --.
Ha. been withdrawn after a very .uMcearoi
ran, and we now present our matchlee.
Stock of Groceries,
door. Thirty yeurr
ago when the city was a little hamle
thut was perhaps all right, but it does
not tend to increase a stranger's regard
for a place to hear an auctioneer cry out
his sales on the street, nor is it a plens-
goodsthat are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Everything- warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My ROOdS are pure nre to the resident to have to listen to
rt.nH flfRh and HIV prices ttS the fellow. It U high time Asheville was
10W US the lowest. TreSCrip- testing itself of the village eaturc.
o..u tun rxen cnn vnilR USE AT POP L:a fUUA nr. nil hniirs. dav Thb commencement Knson of the dif-
unmn nn - - i iiilio Anc w - j
nmnklvn M ercnaul
- - . . it..
sciatptiAna in a-uii- i nnvinM were receivcu t kuc
sds-News of the Day. penitentiary in one day recently. Nine
Nkw York, June 7.-A secret session of came from Iredell county and three from
the leaders of the labor union Is being .;
u,,H Cnbnrrus county paid more taxes in
held acre. . I .. . .,iot: thiin anv
It is expected that a general strike in FP"?. . ri rn.to county
: , u. .J.J Wre -"""J ."' 1" 1
tne Duuuing irnncs win us i comeg m second
The Wealern Teleifraptiera.
Special to The Citlien.
St. Louis, June 7. The western teie-
, . , . i ji;wq lerent colleges are now on unu
ana nigui, uu u.Ciw ,,0
DOORS OPEN AT A A.
A. D. COOPER,
uill k ahmnA in the land. Thl'
Of Charge tO any part Of the nrst yenr or two it may bother them to
CjY know just how this world got along
V t m 1 i:ouio,.,:tl. while they were within the four walls ol
MT. J. xujriur Aimr.o thelcboolbutnfter that thcy will come
me, and Will be pleased tO around 0u right and will no doubt make
mmr. hid friends and CUStom- good citizens. What the average gradu-
I ate don't know when he is fresh
1 00 of the best recipes for
A desirable place for fine Water Ices, and Custards.
A ticsuauie . Liven away with ea'h Fi-eezor
A l.icr lot of Straw Hats
I f-vM Tiff
. . I II J I -w."
A good opportunuy atthe
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO
LlnvlUc, Wltchell Co., N. C.
A new lot of Soft Crush
Hats in Brown, Blue ana
Black at the
rYnmiet Setts and Ham
mocks, all prices, at the
eA i T . . TTnll T nmra
Library Lamps, JNignt qna Yi&Ju-J-K-it..lnn
Lamns. Wicks, Chun- ' ' f-rv
neys and Burners, lower man
anybody, at the
We are showing an
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.
7 & 9 Patton Ave.
school is a minus quantity. But pretty
soon he begins to forget some of his
knowledge and then he begins to amount
Thb Hon. John W-nnmaker, boodle
collector and Sunday school superintend'
ent, is getting a great deal of free adver
tising for one branch of bis business just
now. The advertising is accompanied
by criticism that the Hon. John docs not
enjoy, but which, no doubt, leaves him
satisfied. Just as he balances his labors
in corrupting voters against his labors
in leading children to Christ, satisfying
his conscience while making both profit
able in gaining a great office, he can bal
ance the criticism he dislikes agninst the
advertisins he loves, and pocket the
profits in a contented frame of mind.
It is the Hon. John's book department
which the papers are advertising free ol
charge. He is sending all over the coun
try a circular in which he offers to sell
the Encyclopaedia Uritannica for about
one-fifth the regular price. He is able to
do this because he has stolen the book
from the British owners. They were ob
liged to pay about $1,000,000 for the
articles it contains, written by the men
foremost inevery department of learning,
but the Hon. John steals them and there
fore can nflbrd to sell cheap.
If the Hon. John, remarks our able con
temporary, the Savannah News, were to
... I JlrS. OlOnCWUII lucnswu, u. . I -. -
not be charged an eiorbiUnt price. You
a u..i:.,i, mnn tin in hia nossession a urjI receive the best gooat at rerj rea
copy of the Ulster county Gnrette of the e profit. Don't forget thtphtc-
dateotlanuitry.lKOO, and containing .... A .
an account of the death of George Wash- Grant', Pharmacy, 24SontbMaln$trecU
Nathan Allmnn died at his home near Prescription! Med at all boon, night
linochville of blood poison. A tack m I or day, and deli vet ed tne ol charge to
tion run in Charlotte.
n r.,n-i nf Max ton. fired a I
gun the other day and it kicKea mm wuu
such force as to break his collar bone.
HOFFWiH MM CO.
55 Nth St, BtrfWo, N.Y. sue Mwiaisl trMnOat
7 roa sals' bt
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prescription! are prepared at
Grant's Pharmacy you can positirely de-
i nrnr, hv the Lvnchbure and I nenduoon these facta: Fint,thatonlytht
Durham railway to the M" n purest and best drug, and ebenucal! will
company, of New York, for $3,000,000, f iiim.,obA
has been hied at Raleigh. be used; aecond, they will be compound-
Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, of Charlotte, ed carefully and accurately byanexpet
..,tin nftlie ddecntes from else- ; i' ,,r.,H,-liililren. She will also
where. To-morrow theone hundrea ana spend some time ut ner t
ten entrees will contest for speed in
transmittiuc and sending, and in the
evening the priies will be awarded. The
winner of the first pnie is expecteo to
challenge the victor in the recent eastern
contest in New York.
Election Dat In Ontnrlo.
Special to Ths Citubk.
Ottawa, June 7. Elections are in pn-
rn-rlnv throughout Ontario. They
, - . wu,... ......... t - .
are progressing quietly, inis cicniuu lcet 0nR tnat win cut a.un k,
j.t.nnmn the State political parties in lier.
his shoe hurt his foot, and from thiscame
. .vhic-h resulted in his death, lie I
had been sick but two days.
H. C. Parret, of Aurora, cut a stick ofl
poplar timber some davs ago urn
ng tnai win cuio.ui iw -
Thi m a verv larne tree, measur-1
the provincial legi.lature.only. On June mg ..xty-nve .ncuc. w...
tne provimna fc ... .r Inhn T. I'ntrick. State Immigra-
Ittntneyneoee c.cv.,u. .---gent. is in RalciKh for the purpose
Th. Tlomin on elections to return mem- " f Mm-Ulennurc 1
. . 1(11 COllCl-llIIU 0,RVii,,v... v. n .
bers of parliament to the Federal House mineralg for exhibition at the Crystal 1 lowest, even if we bare to lose money oy
of Commons will not take place until Uace exhibition at bydennnm. doing. We will sell all Patent Medi-
1892. Washington had a most romantic di- . ... tifBa
vorce and mnrnage last wcck. n. tL
lluker was a married mnn. At four he I csary, to meet tbepnee of any compel
was grunted a divorce, ana nt nvc nc
was married to Miss Sallic A. Congleth,
of that place. I
There are seventeen candidates for the I
democratic nomination lor register ol I
a.a. in iwtir eountv. and three caudi-1
dates for superior court clerk. There are I
more than forty citizens in Bertie county I
striving for the omce oi coroner.
r t Tinlln. P.n.. who has been a
clerk in the collector's office ever since 0f his goods always on band.
Copt. Eaves toon cnargc. oh r
pointed deputy collector for I.vidson Vse Buncombe Liver Pills, the bet in
tAe world for liver complaints, tnaigea.
Special to The Citlien.
PRINCBTON. Del., June 7. inc com
mencement at Princeton college began at
m . . tnJtnv with the reading oil
theses by the 80 graduates from the
school of science. The baccalaureate ser
mon will be preached nt 11 a. m. to-morrow
by the president of the college.
Charged with perjury.
miJiI n The Cltlaen.
7. An aiucrmcu i
I any part of the city. The wgbt bell will
be antwered promptly. Grant's Pbar-
I macy, 2 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quo
ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
I We are determined to sell a, low aa the
R'e have the largest assortment oi
I Chamois Skins in Asberilk. Oxer 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agent, for Humphrey',
I Homoeopathic Medicine,. A foil supply
TMF.W NECK. YV li. A..
Dress Buckles, uiuuons,
POB GENTLUMEN JUST IN-HAND- ,. Collars. Cuffs,
some latest designs prettiest n,.lts and the largest line of
I'louncings in town 1 1",
SHADES OF SILK.
NEW AND ALL GRADES.
FANS ! FANS
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL,
holding a court to-day in Allegheny City and other counties of nt division
i r. Wvmnn i. answer- succeed Col. W. t. Hendirson.
Hull DUilvUI JUIIIl. wa r - . i
ingtothech'arge of penury in swearing J- -
that be had been legally electea mayor, jn crhnr,ottcc with a view of es- A thorougblr reliable remedy for all
he arfuincnis win iu uP ..v tab shmg nenaiiuuncr. ior i. ;. n,,nmmht SarmanarUla.
fth, Hnv. thrre. Thev claim to have a su,enor 1 6ood diseases is Buncombe barsapamia.
pnicess ol heating gold, silver and cop- j, m anrfjrou will take no other.
prepannx ir ' i cr ores.
Special to The Cltiaen. jne Asheville Citizen has taken a new
St. Josbi'H. Mo., June i .ah uie cnn a(.pnrture nnd issues now a supplemental
steal any of the dry goods he sells from didntes for state offices arrived toony Sumly 18sue ed. .or '-'tJ?a
an American, or even Iron, an English- and established headnrter.. The Dem- Uemnj Wj
man be could be sent to the ieuitcntinry. ocratic nominatingconvcm.mn, etlcourngcment of alliUlnends.-Weuster
Everybody would agree that that was I Tuesday. I Herald.
Mr. June Stevenson sent a sample oi
marl Irora his farm to the agricultural
The Annual Oaniea,
A rtAW HneofGinehamsand
Ss'K BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
the 1890 ON Junt m.
Tt, m ,.11 established fat't Accommodation, the very be.t .,. moun-
tluit. no Place in tOWn COn- tain country can afford,
tains a better assorted stock
,,f rrnnrlu anlrl nt, IIS loWDHCeS
H.X.ESTABUOOK-S " '
We do not make a special
ty of anything (unless it be
..I-Knt- wo fin take
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 80008 1' pride in the ex-
I It'll U Ul HUI Minn,
I Keeping all kinds ana semi ig
.. 1 , il ..nvl.nHv
the proper place for him. But he cnn
commit precisely the same crimes against M Tbe clUlcn
morni taw in is ...... jHW York, lune
more valuable than dry doods and . nnunt nmct 0f the New York ath- . A. of iime and iW per cent, of phos-
J. S. GRANT, Ph. C, Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asberille, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
I .m.f at ntinrt
York. June 7.-Th.s nrtcrnoon . 25 cent, of car-
Close buyers will please note
through a loophole in the law escape tht , ; , b ;,, tnke pUct on Travers Uhoric acid, which is a very rich, valuauie - . in(1ace.
nrnitentiarv. SeeinB his opportunity to ".J Innrl.-Kinston Free Press. tlie lOHOWing greai lnUUWJ
penitentiary. Seeing his opiiortuiiiiy
steal without paying the iiennlty exacted
of ordinary thieves he promptly takes
advantage of it. If he could steal dry
on tne war path.
Special to Tbe Cltlaen.
... a I
A serious row occurred at Yadkin tol- Tu sn .rujlr .
Ir commencement in which botn wnue
i . . . , A i
33 . MAIN ST.. ABHBVILLB,
-1. THS M.ACS ros-
Views and Sketclie.
or t" '
as poaiible to make them,
bowling alley, ball room, maatc, etc
F. A. MILES, M. D.,
(Pormcrly of Ljrmaa Child I.
..v.i iri ,vMnlr tnnlt tinrt. Tom and
good, with the same degree of safety he Wasiiinotom. June 7.-Co . Arnold, o br f() d f0rmerly75c,
would undoubted! doso. Hiseagernes. Fort Custer, ba. ordered the pursuit of tte -.tgfiti a fired) ,hree ol the ball. nnH
the Cheyenne. Eight settlers at 'R t.lkina effect in Bob Berner. The cause -r
Horn have been massacred. f the trouble , grewoutol adisputeaooui TJInck Tttmise SUltingS, 60
ndmg on t, and 85c, former price 75c.
The taking oi int wn. I j ai
following from the Hicnory i res, nnu c.iu
would undoubtedly doso. Iliscagcrness
to collect from the government duties on
ribbons which be had already collected
from his customers shows that his con,
Dullard., pool. not aoueamish when a dollar i
A Prominent Man nulcldea.
Special to The Citlien.
Black Mohair Brilliantines
in .iiht. He believes in iictiintx the do.-1 Uunrtifi.vM. Tune 7..fCorcc rlniiff. 41 1 r..-i:.aMi Vt ciitiLfratulutc those .tvl TlmaOK IjIITTIGI 8 xlfljlF QuQ
lar, no matter whether it belongs to him pronuncnt merchant, suicided here tins dicl who mnv not care to nave Serge SuitmgS ttt 75C. ttnQ
or not. l morning
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. A Monater Dcmonatrallon.
ala1 n The Cltlten.
Riverside Methodist Church-Divine Lonpon. June 7.-1 lie temperance mm-
a . .. : 1 . '. r..L .n.Anv wl. at
services nt o o ciock oiiminy evening nnstraiion in nj . ... 1
conducted by Rev. J. C. Troy, of Miir- tended by a hunjlred thousand people.
oubli.ldtoilieworldon the appoint-R
?"irU.- ii w iimnrtt. in.teud oi 1. formerly 1 and f 1.25.
some voung'gossipi chnP-, Mr: Ben" Block French Henriettas,
nett will not give you aw. v. uuv v former
to Ins w.ic, nnu you ...... - - - 41 , 41 K
LllH;c VM. uik.A wa.mv.
IfAl-TBS B. OWTW, "'
GWYII & WEST,
(aneeessors to Walter B.Owyn)
auHMi PlaeeMl at o
Notary labile. CommlMlonem olDeed.
PP.rp-a..lheal Court Hqnare,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loans i urely placed at H r cent.
omceai 3 a" Patton Ave.
JENKS & JENKS,
HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
pits INBtlBANCR PI-ACItn IM TWBNTV
OK THB IIBHT COMI'Anin"
AOKNT1 O" THB TKAVHLBKrV I.IFB ANO
ACCIDIINT INMIRANCII tu
BTATB AOBNTS POR THBDBTROITPIKB
AND bUKOLAR PROOF BArs vu,
aoonis 9 10, McAfee Block
St Patton At.., A.heTllle, M. Ci
phy, N. C. Sunday achmil nt o clock
No services ut North Asheville to inurrow
First Baptist Church Services nt 11
a. m. by the pastor W. A. Nelson, 1. D.
Ordinance of Biitiat at 8 p. m. Pcv.
Dr. J. J. Hall, of Raleigh, will preach to
young men at 8.15,
UYlf n PACKET." Strictly BrokeraBeBnslness Flrit Presbyterian church-Rev. W. S.
I I . TM . . : I.! n rt
h. Hrvnn. uu.iur. wivins wulimm
morrow. Kev. J. Rockwell Smithof Bra
tliem ehenper limn anybody REAL ESTATE
else must be the secret of it- r"
Do not Hjiend a nickel lor
anything until you have vis
HE IS NOT IN THE RACE.
Richmond pcaraon nenlea Home
The census taker's on the wing verily
. .1.1 !.,.;.. "I'nmn hiihernow
I'll enumerate, the high und low, the j ' 7rp and f 1.
small and grcul." Interrogations h pi lt'e OU IIU
will iilyVand ciimticl nil to "do or die." Colored Heni'lCt
Fancy Mohair Brilliant-
V. l mi -
ines, MKt. ana uc., ioruiw
40c, 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c, be, and 12c.
Wnah Dress Fa brics, Lawns
Loan, arcurely placed at per tent.
THE MOST PRACTICAL Or Alt lisissia.
Darlnx the .ammer month. In the lecture
hall of the V. M. C. A. Cla.. In two divis
ion.. Flrat dWIalon, 10 to 13 a.m. Rccond
dlvUion. 8 to S p. m. Leon, dally except
Hatnrday.. Tltlon,13 per month In ail
..nc Aonlv durina- the prcaeot week at
Plan., Specifications, lietalla. e.. forevery CHy LUlWy (him 8 to p. m. to
Minn riw wmw
. W. O. WILLS. ABTUUSJ. WILLS,
ABHUVILXB, n. c.
Office Barnard Dnlldlnsr. P. O. Uos oo.
The lutlwt. too, both old anil youn,
s.tv inf finn - no nv imituv,
Willi l"J - - " ss i l
...:n l: ..Hv Inok nt him "so sane" when
TotheCitisensof Asheville:-! regret he doth n.k them for their ngc.-Golds-
h,., thnt mv nnme has iiecn iiisciiskh UOro inspnicn.
very generally In the past few days as a The werc well represented at
candidate lor congress, i " .' the University commenccnicni. nmonK
"lere'orom ited In Tsome ulteri- jL?,," Turora i" Col. R. nn 1'pinta at IWc arid UD.
u!rX,v .tin, that i hav. Jtoftrf French and Domestic Sat-
ill will preach nt 11 a. m.j the pastor nt Lyed , the only thing to mnr my snt- '" ; ,,' oiasirveri II. A. London, ol ines at popular prices.
iuwiiih ...... l:.r...i n anrccMlu v conducting a oi. n. A. Lntlinm.l nUa Rinirhnma nnrt Ropr.
8.30 p. m. saponin cnoo. .o . -hichrcultedinlargeprofit. " ?.V" r ' .he nVhinrton Oatette: V"' "
Young People's Meeting 7.0 p. m. " " u,e ,nlrclmsers lrom me. to the V q,j , lt ,,nr(ly, f the SUCKera, vui jtjr .
Trinity (Episcopal) church-Rev. Me- rftv, to the churches nnd to tne mooring e chronicle. UUTlUg VlOTllB, A auiw utu-
Neeley Dubose, Rector. Holy Communion men , of botl , iIml, n()t cnn. A Ainncc ln nnvil)lH, comity 1ms ex- ens, White and COlOreO.
service ii o cioca. . . .. nr nnv other ollice in n.- ed their presiiicm uion nnuw...H
Z. f. nnir. or nnv other office in pcllcd their president iiion the following
., s i. a ..Muck. Sundnv school WIT. L" ' mnniirn. I nsk nolh- chnmes: "First for using language
0 a. m. Morning
White Goods, Nainsooks,
9.30 a. m.
Their mm sppeanmw. who have susiiecteil any oiner motive tne rrogrciwiv. ' rrf. IianUKUrviiiuiD, .
The Elfin Star Comly company np- That if they nrenot.wilirng for metodare and Mjtte,
w . - T 1 ' - T S..AH TTr.m.
'-rs .. , i i nnrnu itiiiiii. iiiit'iiM. iulia
cMrann'iC0 '. L.8' Underwear,
lm hnv "the? motive the Progressive Farmer; third for Corsets,
claas of building at short notice.
inriBTir INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and an ... aprtedam
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kaecnle In
Encaustic or on
vinml. Mcnnlannnce Ik
.jj-i.. a WOODWARD AVB., Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 1MB, Aabevllle. N. C.
gave decidedly tne oe.t pm,KT "i j - rf w f ,K1.
tin; week, hut to a .mail house.' The Very Knttfully,
mrnimnv itself is one of the best that Richmond I'kahwin.
ever nlaved In Asheville. Every niemlicr
I. a lady of the M character is an actor and the class of plays which
thcy produce arc iirst-ciass. nicy nc
serve a fur better patronage than thcy
are receiving. To-iiighl is their lust np-
prnranrc and the piece selected is"DorB,'
Iluring the Snm Jones
and an nnu.ually aucceaafol teacher,
p. P. CLAXTUN,
Junc4dlw Wupt. City Hchoola,
The Sulphur Spring, hotel will lie en
larged. Tion. for a forty-eight room ad
dition have been prepared, and work bus
beuiin. The new part will project from
. .i...i:.nii..n of Tcnuvson's beautiful .h. northern end of the present building,
poem. It is one ol the prettiest ni nrn
to mile. Sooth of A.hevllle, on A. a B. R. R.
Dinner and Tea I'artle. on oucilny'emillce,
Ttaoa. A. MorrU, Prop..
At an advance of so.ooo.
Negotiations are pending whereby the
present owners of the Oakland Institute,
the board ol home missions of the I'res
hvieri.m church, will sell the property.
I oo There are fifteen acres of laud and the
building has neurly luo rooms, ine
nriennid by the present owners one
venrnuo wn $75,000, nnd the price
asked now is $120,000. If tbe trade Is
mH. the buildina will bs used nt a ho-
nnd at right angles with it enstwnrdly.
It will be three stones hign. ine noiei
has sixty-three mums, nnd the owners
arc considering tlie advisability of ad
.linir eiohteen rooms besides the forty-
eight now being worked on, making the
...c tv double wnat it is ai prcscm.
r. vh K.ick will take charge of the
hotel October 1.
Pnriwilfl and Sunshades.
meetings atlf, mr.ut. n.t,t,rnt,iv in the
Charlotte a lot of counUrteit wiiar. . . ,
were put into circulation, a re w u.j. v. .
afterward the counterfeiter was arrested I where.
in Kock Hill. S. C.. by United States , fc re0iVed A new lot Ol
Black and Cream Ltncer loun-
fession implicating T. P. Metre. of Heaver cinp. antJ Drapery Nets.
' ..i: STiirn ,fr:: BomethinK New-Wesell
SE Maxwdi: of Chnrlotte. thO Only absolutely FttSt
issued a wnrrnnt lor i iercc, w " ijiqcIc llOSiery in ine LUttrKeu
now in jail in Monroe county. , , uh & AnKell
The North Carolina Musical Festival TaJie8 MiSSeB and Chil
.Iwheldat Charlotte June ldth and irt W Man nnri Both.
- . . ... 1 - - C.Ih.i nhnMII -ll WJI Ml I II I till. IV aUM w -
voices from Snlem, Orrenslmro. Ralisbu- ITiey are guaranteed DOt tO
o...u.mM. linui.U.in rnlli'trc. Lincoln-1 i 1 A mvutn n.
Attention, Mir Knlntalat
K. T. Degree.
rrrne Commnndcry No. 0 K. T.
nlsht at 8.30 o'clock
order ol Em. Com.
W. F. Randolph, Recorder,
wl!fhtP.vea.Jr also for Men and Boys
rv. Slatesville. I)nvids..n College, Lincoln- , crocK; or turn green, Or
ton and Chnrlottc. The hlMotMi """y 6
under the dircctorsnip oi mr. uwis. uivucj
Mnrkgraff will be present. The soloists
include: Mrs. Corinnc Moore-Lawson,
rinrinnntl. and Miss Emma Leinbacb,
New York, sopranos ; Miss Bmily Winant,
Newyk. contralto! Mr. William
Conr&eyTNew York, tenor; Mr. Gustay
Berncike, Cleveland, Oliio, basso.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposns Bank f AalwvlUs,