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ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 52.
LIN VI LLE.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A retfon noted for heolth-
fulness and lieauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tntA uiul skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for
good opiMjrtunity ur
m . I
..mHtjihle investments. For
illimr.pn tl namohlet. ad-
UNY1UE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
UnvUle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
B0I1 MA It CHE,
for gentlemen just' in-hand-
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LATEST DESIGNS PKETTtEST
SUADB9 Or aiL.
XBW AND ALL GRADES.
FANS ! FANS
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.
aa a. maim st, abhbvillb.
-is the rt.se s roa
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
Wiirna B. Owtw,
W. W. WT.
GWYII 6 WEST,
(aoMtaora to Walter B.Owyal
laui SM!tmrcl Plaocd at
lotary PabUe. Commlealoaeii o, lleede.
orncK- tt. I CooHAaja
av m.Tn nnnH
Real Estate Brokers,
And iMTMtwetit AsctitA.
' Loaasee-arrly placed at percent.
utM Pattoa Am. AMoad door.
.Mra ax. warlaJKrta
IIU MTATI AN! WSURANCI M0KERS.
nun iNaua-ANca placbd im twbntv
OPTHB BKMT COMPANIBI IN
AOHNTA OP THB TAVLBH'LIPH AHI
ACCItMNT INSURANCb CO., Or
TATB AOBMTB POR TUB DBTMOIT PI R B
AND BUMOLAR PROOP BAPR CO,
ooaMB IO, McAtbdi Mock.
, , , f$ fattoa Ate., Aaaerltte, M. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Ha. beea withdrawn after a very raccessnil
ran, and w. now pmcnt oar matchtc.
Stock of Groceries.
grain and feed for your use at pop;
ULAR PRICES. '
DOOM OrUN AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
100 of the best m ines for
I 1.; f..wi Slltnnlutfu I
given away with each Freezer
A biur lot of Straw Hats
for Men, JJoys ana umureu
. m . I
A new lot of Soft Crush
Hats in Brown. Blue and
Bluck at the
Croauet Setts and Ham
mocks, all prices, at the
KtviLtiil TjimnH. Hall Lam DH.
Libra rv Lamns. Nurht and
Kitchen Lamns. Wicks. Clum-
nevs and Burners, lower than
anybody, at tne
Dress Buckles, Ribbons,
A a 4 1-11.. tmmtt.t
Moiini: ntTH n town at tllO
A nmv liniwif fiincrhnmH 11X1(1
Chumbrays in Soliils, Stripes,
P ik ii and Side uanus at
It is an established fact
Mint no nlace in town con
tains a better assorted stock
Of gOOdS, SOld Ut aB lOW prices
Wn do not make a special
ty of anything (unless it lie
of low prices) but we do take
Nonsu erable pride m the ex
tent of our Shoo business.
Keeping all ktnds and selling
them cheaper than anybody
else must be the secret of it.
B . at . I
Do not soend a nickel lor
anything until you have vis
. w. . WILL.
m Barnard Bulldlnc. P. O. Iloi 51 1.
Plana, aoeelncatlone, Detail.. Ac., ftircrcry
due of bnlldlna at ehoH notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and set aa. apriednm
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kitcall In-
EBcautUc or Oil
AddreeM 96 WOODWARD AVB., Detroit,
Mlcb., or BOX 84a, AsaeeUle, N. C.
V. C. CARM1GIIAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. &
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drag and Pre
scription business in Ashe-
villo, striving at all times to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Evervthuur warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
low as the lowest, PreBcrip-
tioiis filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased -to
meet his friends and custom
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 grodeB from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 9 Patton Ave.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodation the very beet thli moun
tain country can afford. Term, reasonable
as possible to make tbem. Bllllarde, pool,
bowling alley, b.ll room, music, ete.
F. A. MIXES, M. D.,
(Formerly of Lyman tt Child).
T -rcm a rp
Strictly a Brokerage Bualncaa
Loan, eccnrely placed at a per cent.
In cash will le paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Asheville ns
shown by the official
census now being tjw
You arenot limited
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
make a purchase.
If two or more mako
the nearest guess, the
prize will be given to
the guess received
Let all come and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Thi fur the paper have chronicled in
their personals of New Yorkers seven
teen of them who jfo abroad for the ex
press and only pur ose of visiting the
Duke and Duchess of Marlborough, Of
course none of them will be entertained
by the couple but it sound) so nice, you
A convention of the democrats' of the
Sixth congressional district of Kentucky
in session at Carrotlton for the purpose
of nominating a candidate to succeed
Hon. John G. Carlisle, has taken sixty-
one ballots witbont making a choice.
Mr. Berry, of Newport, leads in the race
by twenty-one votes.
Daly's players have begun a season in
London. The first night the house was
crowded and the company received the
heartiest of welcomes. As a general
thing English audit. ices are decidedly
chilly in their reception of American ac
tors, but with the Dalys they never fnil
to accord them a hearty welcome.
Mk. Thomas C. Platt has just re
ceived a snub, which, if he has any man
hood at all, must make him feel very
small. His name was proposed to tlie
Harlem republican club and it is gratify
ing to announce that fourteen members
of that organisation deposited bind
balls in the box. Such republicans a
that would make good democrats. .
A private dispatch from Germany
states that Emperor William will not
prosecute Prince Bismarck for divulging
state secrets. Emperor William has a
rcmaikobly keen head. To begin to
prosecute the ex-chancellor would Ix
nbout as insane a thing as he could do.
Bismarck is in possession of too many
secrets to be handled lightly and the
emperor knows it.
Nothing makes the inhabitants of Al
exander and Weavcrville feel so much at
home while in Asheville as to hear the
cry of the street auctioneer. It reminds
them so much of their village homes and
is one of the few things in the city that
does. Asheville has grown so rapidly
tout it has necessarily taken some of its
village features along with it. The city
auctioneer is one of tbem. He should be
An enterprising Egyptian says that he
has discovered the bones of Cleopatra,
and he wants to sell them to Chicago for
exhibition at the World's Fair. The
rjrice he asks, however, $00,000, is a
trifle too high. Any Connecticut van
kec would take the contract to make
bones for Cleopatra for 2.0o at the out'
side, and would make money at it. And
what is more to the point the bones
would do just as well.
Colonkl L. P. Livingston, president
of the Georgia Farmers' Alliance, has
withdrawn from the gubernatorial con
test and will support Col. Wm. . North-
en for tlie democratic nomination. It is
believed this assures the nomination of
Col. Northed. Col. Livingston has con
cluded to seek the democratic nomination
for Congress in the fifth district, now rep
resented by Hon. John D. Stewart, and
will have the backing of the alliance.
Tub republican party promised one-
cent postage as one of the boons to fol
low the election of Harrison. And yet
we are farther off from one-vent postage
to-day than when Mr. Cleveland retired.
With a $0,000,000 deficiency in the pos
tal service and the probable disappear
ance of the surplus in the treasury, there
is no prospect of the redemption of this
promise for many years to come Ithccn
IT IS A GOOD IDEA.
The Board of Aldermen of Clwirlotti
have passed an order that nil returns ol
iiersonnl property sbull be published lis
soon as the list shull be closed. 1 He men
is decidedly a good one.
Its object is of course to increase the
amount of taxable personal proeriy
and the publication of the list is intended
to make people huve a more liberal nr
preciation of their possessions and to be
more liberal with the assessors. All over
$1 .000 salary is taxable yet it is rare In
deed that any tux is collected. The pub
lication ol just such matter as this will
bring out lots of salunes over one
thousand dollars and personal property
valuations will be much higher than it
u now. This will greatly increase the
taxes and the money will come from
those who can best afford to pay it, and
who by rights should pay it. The well
to do are the only ones who have any
object in keeping down the assessment
Again it will reduce the rate of tax
tlnn. That is fixed by the amount of
money needed by the city and the valun
tion of the taxable property. If there
more uroperty the rate will be smaller,
As it is now the poor man is paying
mart than his share simply because his
rich neighbor hides from the assessor the
value of his goods.
The action of the Charlotte board ol
aldermen would be well to be followed
by the Asheville hoard.
To Bee Oar Pavement.
Mnvnr Peter Kern of Knoxville, and
lohn Glenson, Adrian Terry and 1),
Carpenter of the Board ol ruunc wonts,
were in the city this morning. They were
here for the purpose of inspecting the
street paving, with a view to havli
some put down in thcirclty . Gen. Young,
the contractor, drove around with them
The North Carolina teachers' assembly
will be held at Morchead City from June
17 to 30. A number of Asheville people
PLEAD NOT GUILTY.
TWO KHBEIILGB arraign-
ED IM MEW YORK.
Mtanlcy Married To-Day In F.n-
Bland to Mlaa Dorothy
Special to Tub Citiikh.
Nkw YokK,Junel2. Embc.lcrs Wal
lace and Lawetz were arraigned this
morning and pleaded not guilty.
TU Great Explorer Married.
Special to The Cltlscn,
London, luly 12. Henry M.Stanley,
the great African explorer, was to-day
married to Miss Dorothy Tennnnt in
Westminster Abbey. leading members
of the Geographical Society and many
of the nobility were in attendance. The
ceremony was performed by the Bishop
ol Kipon, assisted by the Dean of West
minster. The gifts were elaborate and
included tokens from the Prince ol Wales
and King Leopold of Belgium.
Big Day for at. Louis.
Special to The Cltlscn.
St. Louis, Jane 12. Fully two thous
and delegates were in attendance at the
opening here to-day of the nationnl con
vention of the Christian Endeavor So
cieties of the country. Chicago sent two
hundred and New York and Philadel
phia each a hundred. By to-morrow the
delegates will have been doubled.
A HuratliiK Oss Main.
Special to The Cltlscn.
Nkw Yokk, June 12. The gas muni at
the corner of Fulton and II road way
bursted and ignited this morning. It
blazed for blocks. Engines worked hours
before tne flame was extinguished.
Actons' Athletic Banes.
Special to The Citiien.
New York, June 12. On the Manhat
tan Athletic Club grounds this afternoon
the Actors' Amateur Athletic games are
in progress. Fully two hundred entries
form the grogram.
Girls) Turned Loose.
Special to the Cltlscn.
PouciiKBBPSiB, N. Y., June 12. Com
mencement exercises at Vassnr ended to
day with the celebration of the twenty-
fifth anniversary of the establishment of
Everything; In Readlueaa.
Special to The .Cltlscn.
Nkw London, Conn., June 12. Every
thing is in rcudincM lor tne narvaru-io-
lumVa freshman eight-onred boat race
Kxerclaea Irtrcly Attended,
Special to The Citiscn.
Baltimore, June 12. Commencement
exercises at Johns Hopkins University
were largely attended to-day.
The Spring- RegaUau.
Special to The Cltisea.
Nbw York, June 12. The spring re
gattas of the Corinthian and of the New
Jersey Yacht Clubs are in progress to
Reaped to the Dead.
Special to Tun CiTiiBK.
Washington, June 12. In the House
and Senate to-day observations in resjicct
to the memory of the late Congressmen
Wilbur and Nutting.
Mot Vet Decided.
Hiiedal to The Citiscn.
Nkw Yokk. June 12.-A motion was
made this morning to dismiss the in
dictmcnts against the Doodle Alderman
Kcnun. It has not been decided.
He Didn't Want It.
Hiieclal to The Cltlscn.
Brooklyn, lunc 12. Andrew lliiiril
this morning sent bis declination nsKt.
master to President Harrison.
Meal Estate Tranttfera,
II. Ilnuhledav. trustee to P. A.
Cummings, lot on niniey sircci..a.v"u
K1 Slmlrr to lohn Sluilcr. interest
in two tracts on Turkey crceR... o
M. P.. Hohcrts to G. M. Matins,
lot 67xl2H, onStames avenue... 1,500
P. A. Snndlev to H. B. Carter, 2
lots on ciwstnut ,. u
H. E. Sondlcy to J. G. Anderson
270 acres in wis county au.uini
. C. Starncs and wife to T. P.
Stnrncs and wile and O. H.
W. B. Rhea to G. H. Starncs, lot
60x162 on Starncs avenue mi
. I). Blnnton to W. B. Rhea, lot
J.IW7I nn Loonn street 140
P. E. Linville and wifcto George .
Shepard, lot 30x110 on aoutn
E. W. Gandlcr, trustee, to 1. II.
tnuiirnn. iq acres on noutn
T. C. Starncs and wife to M. IS.
Roberts, lot 202x307 witnnouse
on Starncs avenue
C. A. Bradford and wife to W. r.
Johnston, lot 3HxlBl on linage
N. Ramsey and wife to W. F.
lohnston, lot 75x120 with house
nn Onk street
Jas. Frank and wife to George H.
starncs ioyv acre. u ihvm
W. B. Gwyn and wife to . It. Lee
and B. M. Lee, lot luuxzau on
Senev street W0.07
T. W. Patton and wife to K. v.
Rumley, lot on Pine street
N. T. Chambers to 3. G. Cham
bers, 100 acres on Reems creek..
N. and 8. Williams to Noah Mur
ray, lot 80x115 on sorrells 8t 200
T. M. Myers and wife to A. D.
Cooper, lot fiOxO on Cherry
street andlotS2xl60 on Starncs
Forty-six ten dollar shares of Asheville
street railway stock were sold at auc
tion to-day. They went as follows
A. D. Cooper, ten shares, $80; J. H. Car
ter, ten shares. (0! A. V. -ooper, ven
shares, $75. and Revell and Wagner,
sixteen shares, $120.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
A case of yellow fever is reported nt
The De Soto hotel at Savannah is in
need of a manager.
Rev. Sam Jones is holding a revival
meeting at Richmond.
Mr. Chns. Crawford, mayor of Salis
bury, died Tuesday evening.
A nesrro insulted a white ladv ut Ma
con, Georgia, and was fined $10.
The democratic State campaign in
South Curolinu hus been oiened ut Green
Snm Watson killed Joe Kellcy at Ash
ley Junction, S. C. No one saw the
lohn Turner, a notorious outluw. was
shot and killed by his cousin near Mid-
Of 113 appointees as census enumera
tors in the hrst district of South Caro
lina six are negroes.
Reynolds. Georuin. now hasa Woman's
Christian Tcmiicraiice In ion which bus
just been organized.
The international tynouroiitiiciil union
is in session ut Atlanta. They have en
dorsed the-copyriglit bill,
A peculiar disease, the origin of which
cannot be found out, is raging in u hi- I
tion of Knoxville. It is not fatal,
A monument to 20,000 Confederate
lead was unveiled at Petersburg, Va.
Many thousand visitors were present.
The trial of ex-Trensurer Henmingway
if Mississippi for absconding with the
funds of the Stute will come up Monday.
Jesse Pool, killed a negro named Moon
ut a church in (uincsvilie, tin. Lorn
whiskey was at the bottom of the affair.
The Savannah, Ga street railroads
huve been nought by Nashville capital
ists and will be turned into an electric
Henry Franklin's pistol fell from his
locket in the Waynesboro. Gn., court
house and exploded. It cost the owner
Robert and John Driniirciis, colored,
father and son, were killed in Knoxville
Sunday by the caving in ot a sewer em
Tom Harris, colored, shot and killed
Jackson Taylor, also colored, in a row
nt Ivlco. ua. it is supioscu to nave occn
a case of self defense.
Bryan Odum, iirobably the oldest man
in the State, died at his home in Screven
county, Gn. He was 108 years old and
louglit in tne war oi im-
The Knox county (Tenn.) work house
hns iust been reported by the grand jury
as in a terrible condition. The food was
also reported as pretty rough.
The decnnitnlcd body of Tom Miller,
a respectable colored man, was found on
the railroad track near Yemaacc, S. C.
There are suspicions of murder.
Mr. Jerry Hall, a well known citizen ol
Bibb county, Gn.. and sixty years of age
was attacked and cruelly beaten at Ins
home b" negroes. He was scr:ouly in
Several buildings in the portion of
Charleston. S. C. known as the White
Chnocl district were destroyed by fire
Monday, rne loss was i ,nuu.
The riolice of Chattanooga have de
clared war against the gnmblcrs. Chief
Ki core has said tnat they nave got to
bo and that's all be has done so fur, but
says ne means ousincss.
Two sons of J. S. Reavns, of Marion,
S. C five and six years old, found some
cuke in the bnrn loft and nte it. The
cake bad been poisoned forrnts.und they
soon died Irom tlie enccts.
Athens, Gn., has risen to the dignity
of a paid fire department. The city will
purchase a $3,000 plant, put in a com'
Elcte fire alarm system mid then the in
nhitants will sleep better nights.
The Atlanta Rifles won first prie in
the International Drill at Kansas City,
and when the news reached the Georgia
..n.iltt.l fir liHIu were rum?. Ilfinda olnved
and tne city gave iiscu up in general re
The ChnttimooL'n Times is evidently
grctitlytakcn with America's great after
dinner speaker, "lithe Republican party
shall ever again succeed in electing n
President," it snv, "we hope thnt man
will lie the Hon. Chuunccy M. Iicpcw."
Three negroes nnmed John Pitts, John
on Mrs! Taylor inst week. They nrecon -
fincdinGwynnctjnil.andit is l"aMr
they will nppcnr as stars in a neck-tic
''TheNcws Pre. association i.n. I..
formed in Mucon, Gn., fr the purpose of
giving those dailies in the Slate that are
ullage to take, the Associated or the
I'nited Press tlispatclies, n connenseo
telegraphic service. The headquarters
will be in Atlanta.
Gcorge Pern, a negro under liond for an
. ,1 IH
assault Willi intent l nnmun
i77" .... v. r.n.. wnn t..km from his
room by masked men, and dumcd into
the river with a lorly pound stone
around his neck. He was first shot three
times in the head,
After six yenrs of stolen lilierlv
Poltcr has been arrested at An
Alii., charirrd with killing a negro. At
h time of the killing Poller was n con
stable and had a warrant for the arrest
of the dead man. A true inn was ioiiiiu
ugninst him but he escaped.
A bitter legal fight is likely to follow
ie action of the llirmlngl
cil in prohibiting the rnilrond companies
tmm switrhino: their cars on 17th street.
the nrinciiml railroad crossing in tne
eitv. The ruilrouils nave procured
junctions restraining the city from en-
forcing tne onnnnncc,
wtu-n the toiler nt Onclcika. Alabama,
went inU, the cage the olljer hjy three
prisoners tooa mm unwii nn,. M
.A mnde him irlve up his keys. Then
they walked out nnn so inr nave n
charged with grand larceny, and Gus
a - ."..a. rlimt l.eitititT
Hums, who wm arrested for disturbing
,. j Al-
a religious meeting.
The elevator at West Memphis, built
ti I hat KaStlTlirkV Central Railroad at a
mat of S75.0IM). has been burned. E, C.
Adams, ol Atcmson, B.an.,neciniruvwr.
who had Just completed the building and
was alreoina in the second story
hrH n rienth. He was 75 years
The origin of the fire Is unknown,
was first discovered In the engine room.
Then was an Insurance ol $ 2o,ow.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G..
Of Philadelphia CoMca of Pharmacy,
Apothecary. 4 South Main St.
Ttwr sr. s IsseWs.
am.1 M Wftmm. Sr.
r mi. si .ran a m kr
ti Msbi It, Mils, N.Y. MS Isuearilea- lricp,0st
FOB UU ST
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prescription are prepared at
(Irani i Pharmacy you can poiitirtly dc
Itend upon these factt: First, thatonlytbt
purest and beat drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an expert
enccd I'rescriptionist ; and third, you will
- txorbiUat price. Yoa
will receire the best goodg at a rerr rear
sonablc profit. Don't forget tbeplm
Grant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions tiled at all hours, night
or day, and delivered tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed by any other drug house in the city.
We are determined to sell aa low as the
lowest, even if we hare to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at Srst cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins In Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents lor Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on band.
Use Buncombe Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases Is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
Special Sales Week.
Ooho buyers will plouso note
f l,n follou inir n-rnnr. inilnrow
" --" o e
merits this week :
Black Mohair Brilliantines
nt r0 and 75c, formerly 75c.
and f 1.
Black TainiHO Suitings, 60
ami Hoc, former price 75c.
and f 1.
Black Camel 8 Hair and
Serge Suitings at 75c and
fl, formerly f 1 and f
Black French Henriettas,
50c, 75c and SI. former
price G5c, $1 and SI .25.
rancy Moiiair lmiiiant-
moH, siio. ana foe, lormcr
75c and SI.
1 Coloml HeiiricttOSat 25c,
U()c.( 50C aild 75c, Worth
Domestic and Imported
ClialllCS at DC, OC, and 12C
1 . . . i..,,; T on,.,-
v, ui .o, uunuo
ttnd 1'nntS at .iftC. ttnu UP.
Frnnp.h nnil DnmflHt.io. Sft
French and Domestic Sat-
i"ps at popular prices.
'if . n
uross uinirnams ana oeor-
HUt'kerS, large Variety.
Uutinj? Uloths, Table Ldn-
ens. white and colored.
White Uoods, Nainsooks,
Lawns. India Linens. Ham-
burps, Laces, Underwear,
Gloves and Mitts. Large
assortment and low prices.
l'arasols and Sunshades,
the most attractive in the
city. Prices lower than else
Just rccoivod A now lot of
Black and Cream LnceFloun-
I .!no- nnrt Tlrn.norv Nata.
u" thinir NeW-We Bell
, . , ti .
the Onl V absolutely FttBt
re - jjiacK Hosiery in tne marKOu
mntls bv Smith & Amrell
f0f LudieS, Misses and Chil-
I . At A ST 4 VI
UlUIll UIIOV IVt AXAVAl AW VVJU
hn, rr,,orontoH not ti
dye, crock or turn green, or
A.1IVJ WV BAs M MU VBi UVW W
4 SOUTH MAIN TM8ST.
Opposite Baak st AatMrrOk,