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f FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, X
Asheville Daily Citizen,
THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, 28 cent. Three Tlmei, SO centa.
Six Times, TS cent.
Th Weekly Citiikh I full of local and
H.nte new. : Just the thing to tend to anyone
Innulrlnu about A.heville. Iucd Thuraday.
iMnRle copies 8 centa, mulled. Only 1.00,
VOLUME VI. NO. 43.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1890.
A place plauncd aud devel
oping us u
, Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region ""ted for health
fuluess and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet, J
It in being laid out with
taato and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO,,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apron, Handkerehlefti and
At an per cent' and 33'. orr rent. Icm lhan
All Mew and Laical aiylea.
Sit 8. MAIN ST., AbIIKVILLB,
is tub i-lacs roa
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
air in d
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
llaa been withdrawn alter a very success-si
run, and we now pment our matchless
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP
DOOM OPKN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
I THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
nut: iur.lt IUncropt ii the oldest sur
viving graduate of Harvard. He gradu
ated 73 years ago. During its twenty
fivr vrnra nf existence Harvard hits grad
uated lfi,030 pupils. Of these w,UJ7 ore
Tun Citizen congratulates the Lyceum
I - nf Pnl l. D. Cameron to lie
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ftSHEVILLE, . v. iu ,irCgident during the coming quarter.
The .election is a decidedly good one
Under his able leadership the society can?
not help but flourish.
Mks. Mf.rritt, of rhiliidclphin, is win
ning honors for herself abroad. A paint
ing which she exhibited in the academy
has been purchased by the Chantrey
fund. This is a distinction indeed. The
title of the painting is "Love Burred
Tint coninlaint in Chicago that the
census was not thorough was sulistun-
tiutcd in a sturtling manner .'the other
day. The census siiicrvisor discovered
that he was not on the list. He is will
ing to make affidavit now that the whole
utfair is faulty in every way.
A Florida ccnsuscnumeratorlost three
rents lint becnuscanciKhbordiffcrcd with
him. The difference of opinion grew into
a row and ended in the enumerator's
ntnhbiiiir his antnuonist. The Intter died,
consequently cannot figure in the census
and the enumerator cannot collect lor
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
THE BRIDGE BETWEEN TWO
A TUC EXPLODES NEAR RACINE,
100 of the best recipes for
mnking Ice Creams, Sherbets,
Water lees, and Custards,
given away with each Freezer
A big lot of Straw Huts
for Men, Boys and Children
A new lot of Soft Crush
Hats in Brown, Blue and
Black at the
Croquet Setts and Hum
mocks, all prices, at the
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing so you eunsave
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carmichael's Drug Store.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street. Asheville, N. C.
You will be surprised to see
how for 8. $10, $12 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, witli uni
dren's and Boys' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Latelv arrived. Men s liana
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Valises raid num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age of the usual bnrgains
shown by New 1 ork salesmen
just before taking stock.
Stand Lamps, Hall Lamps.
Library Lamps, Night and
k'iti.hi.n r .11 inns. Wicks. Chim
neys and Burners, lower than
nnvbouy, at tno
NU.L- Wnnr. hilars. Cliffs.
lt..lru nml tlm Innrcst line of
Flouncing in town at, tho
A iwm- limwif fiinirhimiHUtul
1 1 'l.,i.iil.rn vu in Solids. Si Hues.
Plaids aim brio imnos in
Ul "BIG RACKET."
It is an established fact
tii.it. nn tiliico iii town con-
t.iitiu 11. Iul tr IIHHOl'tAHl stOCK
of goods sold at as low prices
We do not make a sneeiul
ty of anything (unless itlx
o'f low piiiiu) but we do take
cousKieraoie priuw in
inf f our Shoe busiliesH.
Keeping all kinds and selling
them cheaper than anybody
else must be tho secret of it.
Do not Hpond a nickel lor
anything until you have vis
CLOTHINO, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE.
WILL BE OPEN FDR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodations the very brat thi. nioun
Uln country can afford. Term, rcnaonnl.lc
a. lioiHillile to iiiiikc them. Illlllnnl.. pool.
Imwllng alley, ball room, muilc, etc.
F. A. MILES, M. D.,
Walt. . Owvn, w. W, wkt.
GWYN & WEST,
laucceMor to Walter B.Oya
REFER TO RANK Of ASHEVILLE.
R P A I F ST ATE. wills bros.,
II fa n tm mm W I
I. W. U. WILL..
ASTI.Va J. WILLS.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
OfWCIt-. aittwiiM Court lairl.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Affenta.
Loan, m nrely placed at II per cent.
(Itmi 8 A an ratton Ave. Heeond Boor.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
f PIRU INAtlRANCtt PLACKU IN TWBNTV
OF THB HURT COMPAN1UB in
Til II WOULD.
ACCII1HNT INHUNANCM CO., OH
1TATII AdIINTa FOR THBtiBTROITPIHU
AND IIUKOLA R PROOl RAPB CO.
atooni 9 A 10, McAfee Block.
BH P.tLa At,, ArianUlf , H. C.
OIHc Darnanl DnlMlnR. P- "
Plan., Rpedncatlona, DeUlla. c., furevcry
clan of building at .hort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS k SPECIALTY.
Call and e n.. aiirlfld.'lm
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kiecal. In
Rncanatlc or Oil
I RcallatloFloral, RenalManc Jk
Addnm WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 84a, A.heTlll., N. C.
( I'urmcriy of Lyman & Child I,
strictly a Brokerage Bualnem
Loan, aecurely placed at B per cent.
In cash will bo paid
to any purchaser at
my Btorewho guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Ashevillfl n
shown by tho official
census now being ta
You ore not ; hunted
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
mako a purchase.
If two or more make
tho nearest guess, tho
prize will bo given to
tho guess received
I't nil eonio and
t ry their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boot, Shoes & GciitH
Charles . Hnrrah, a lurc iron manu
facturer, a republican, ami prominent
member of the Manufacturer.' club, has
withdrawn from the latter and gives the
following reason, in u public interview:
"I could not have maintained my sell
reiiicct by remaining n mcmlier of the
club while it supported a lull that I was
ngninst from principle. There were but
two tilings for me to do cither tune nn
ntrrnutive stand and fiiilit the measure in
the club rooms, which would hnvecniiscd
ill feeling, or quietly withdraw. I chose
the latter. 1 was placed in a delicate k
sition. My father was vice president ol
the club, nnd this influence was urougni
tn bear uixin me. It was a matter ol
principle, and I could not rcmuin. If the
McKinley bill is passed my business win
be injured. The Mid vale steel works sell
steel tires for 2',i cents a Miund. The
McKinley bill proKes to odd this addi
tional tariff to the priccof steel. This in
creases the price of our material and will
ureveiit mi company from comiicling
with foreign steel manufacturers. 1
won't supKrt any measure that threat
ens to injure my business. liven under
the present tariff luws on iron nnd steel
we sell our product ns chenp ns loreign
The Midvule steel comnny sells ord
nance metal to the United Slates govern
ment as cheaply ns Armstrong si lls it to
the Hnglish, Schneider to the l-rcncu or
Kruppto the German governments. And
yet wc pay our workmen higher wages.
Tiwv nml more moucv to live on and we
hove to pay them. The Midvalc steel
company could stand this bill if Iheir
workmcn suffered, but my workmen neip
me make moncv and what will hurl them
will hurt me. Thut is why I opK.sc the
McKinley bill, nnd to remain in the Man
ufacturers' club while It siipiKirted the
measure was not in accordance with my
idcus of self resicct. Therefore 1 re-
Mr. Hurrah is a thinking num. His
remarks arc to the Hiint uml his con
clusions correct. II there were more in
the republican pnrty, there would lie n
McKinley bill to nntngonisc.
DRILL IN GYMNASTICS.
The Republican Convention at
HarrlHlturu, P,-New or
the World To-Uay.
HK'i'inl Iiiiitt'h to The CltUi'ii.
Hrkst, Frame, June 25.-1 lie urmuc
between two steamships collapsed this
morning. Hundreds dropied into the
sea. Seven bodies were recovered.
What Ih Dol.itt- the HarrlMburu;
SKl'illl to TllH LITIKHN.
Hakhisiii hc, I'u., June 25. The con
vention of the rcnnsylvaniil republicans
has been declared ojicn by the chairman
of the executive committee and the pre
liminary organization hus been icrfcctcd.
It nuw remains to lollow out the pro
gram ns carefully planned by Mr. (Juay.
There seems to lie no doulit ol tuc nomi
nation of Senator Dclcmntcr for gov
ernor, and the absence of Uiriatoplicr L.
Mngec, of Alleghany county, leads to the
impression that nbolt Irom the prosicct
ive nartv nomination is imminent. I'hil-
n,l,.lnlii,i'K lecislntioa will enst a compli
mentary vole for Cicncrol Hastings this
afternoon, but will go to Dclcnmlcr in
the formal ballot. Alleghany county win
probably vote for N'emtooth throughout.
One ol the delegation asserts that li le
mntcr's nomination means the loss of
Alleghany county to therepublicans. On
the other hand the majority of republi
cans here are determined to vindicate
Quay by the nomination of his choice.
Attorney Orahom, of 1'liiladclpMa, a
Dclemaler man, has liccii chosen tcmio
rnry chairman of the convention.
A Mew Feature at the V. M. C. A
At tlir nu-ctinu of the gymnasium com
mittee of the Young Men's Christian As
sociation yesterday afternoon it was lc
in lu.lil chiss drills in gymuaslice
under the charge or Cror. Rlnngum encn
M,.inl.iv. Wednesday and I'riduy evening
at 0 o'clock. The drill will consist ol
a drill of twenty minutes to half an hour
in Indian clubs, wands, rings or duntli-
bclls, aflcr which Hie tunc will be sicni
in the heavier work on the horiwintal
bar, parallel bars, flying rings nnd jump
ing, luring the classes only those Ink
ing part in the drills will lie termllted on
the gymnasium lloor. i'n me omcr
;i,i. Pmf. Mnnuuin will lie on the
floor to give individual Instruction iu the
use of the various pieces of apparatus.
A committee of volunteer leaders is lie
ing organised to aid Prof. Mnnguin in
i.i. u,ri. in connection with the gym
nasium arc llic bath rooms, which are
with hot and cold water.
members of the V. M. C. A. arc en
titled to the use of the bath rooms at
any time, ns well ns to the class drills,
...:.i...i nil.liiioniil charge. Any young
man ol good moral character mav be
come a member of llic association iiioii
payment of the uiiminl Ice ol 7.
Prof. Mnnguin win niso conmni rg
ular class drills for llic boys' department
....I. Mniwlnv. WednriMlay nnd I'rulay at
4 o'clock. Any Iniy lictwccn the nges of
10 and 10 years may become a mrmoer
of this department by paying J Iter
year in advance and presenting testimo.
ninls of good character.
I a nr -rnlrlrril Vears),
Admore Hurtnn, a colored man stole
some clothing from the firm of Kay
Kisn.,r.l when thev were in business thir
teen years ngo nnd lea Hie city. He re
turned recently and wn nrrcsicu mmj
i.. rhnrM of larceny. He was taken
before tlsqulre Summcy this morning and
committed to jnil to awnu tin next term
of the criminal court.
That Twin Cllsr Uuarrel.
Siicdnt to The Cltiicn.
St. Pai l, Minn., June a.i.-A deputa
tion of citizens leaves for Washington
this afternoon to urge Attorney Ocncrul
Miller to prosecute the wholesale census
frauds ierictratcd in MinncuMilis. They
assert that the prosecuting ultorney, a
citizen of Minncuolis, will not prosc
! cute the culprits.
An kvlatoorale nni.quel.
Sicdnl to The Cltlarn.
Nuw York, June 2.1. line of the most
clnlHirute Imn.piets of the year will lie
given to-night at the Hoffman House by
.l,r Irih Home Rule Clubs of New York
to B. J. Curry, who has for years liecn
prominently nsscKiatcd with the move
ment in America.
A Vole tv Huturday.
Sirriid to The Cltl.cn.
Washimiton, June 2.".-Thc debate on
the new election bill is in progress to-day
in ilu house. I'ndcr the urogram, which
i'licakcr Reed declares is ironclad, a vole
will lie readied Saturday.
A Tub; Kaplode.
Racinh, Wis., June 25.-Tbc lug Wel
come exploded here to-diiv. All hands
nJc rcKrtcd to be lost.
W. M. C. Kflucallanal AHHOclallou.
The tenclicrs of Wcslern Norm .nro
linn arc culled to meet in convention at
Wnyncsvillc. July 10 nnd 17, for Ihc pur-
misc of organizing a iermuncui lumen
i i. mill AsMieiation.
Co. SiiKrinlendants J no. W. Stnrncs.
Iluneomlic; Key. R. A.Scnlcll, Hayw.H.d;
C. C. Cowan, Jackson j J. I'lrich Giblw,
Swain; M. C. King, LIrtokcci j. a
Hyde, Crulmin; C. . ISclwy, Hender
son. i:x.Suicrinlcnilaiiti-C. C. Standriilgc,
Cl.iv ; kev. I no. S. Smiley, hwnin.
Teachers Hr. R. H. Iwis, Henderson
villc; W. V. Marshnll, lnoir J Rev. A. I'..
I'l.i. tnril. lluinbtiri!: 1. II. House, Cow-
arts; Kobt. L. Madison, Paiulcr, nnd
A town in Louisiana is named fjuar-
Greenville. S. C. is trvinu to organize
a base bull club.
Sam Tones is now holding a revival al
A timulsfime union deoot is soon to be
erected at Norfolk. Va.
Fort Payne, Ala., has nominated aciti-
zens ticket lor tne city omeers.
TV. Mi.(inunl Ahilmmn Klllte
troops is incncninpmcniuimoiiiKxiiimjr.
The engineer corps of the Shenandoah
Valley railroad is now aliout n mile from
It is rumored at Norfolk that the
Richmond and Ilunvillc shops muv uc
moved to Charlotte.
Vnvl oil rM.ilif .ruin. nriKHIIllf
through Orecnvillc, S. C, carry water
melons to rtonnern mantcis.
n.. dm nniit..tt nn III,, f irnlll'e rililwAV.
near Mcnica, Pasco county, John Tom
liuson, the engineer, lost his lite.
Lynchburg, Va., is grumbling because
the census enumerators could find no
more than 10,0110 or 20,000 people in
1...I.... II....., W Tlwimii. !Im foretnoal
lawyer of Northern Virginia, died at his
home ut Fairfax Court Houscon June 21,
aged 7S yeurs.
r1 ...I.I.:., n ...li.iu lujnntv.nvr
miles of Wheeling, W. Vn were dam
aged to the extent of thousands of dol
lars by two violent storms.
Hon. C. M. Williamson has just been
apKiinted by Governor Stone to assist
in the prosecution of the Hemingway
case at Jackson, Mississippi.
The Western I'nion company will lay
a cubic across the Mississippi river at
Vicksburg to take the plucc of the one
destroyed during tne nigii water.
v.... ii ff.tintv Wv . i. ifiirl to lie in the
hands of lawless bands of desperadoes.
Governor lluckner has received a pitilion
asking aid for the holding of court.
Furincrs around Lynchburg arc ex
..ri..,u.i,i,r n (front ili-iil of trouble in pro
curing iuhor for harvest, on account ol
so many colored nnnnsieavingaiiu ginig
to work on railroads.
Andrew Crawford, of Columbia, S. C,
is a candidate for the office of attorney
general. As usuul Mr. Crawford didn't
want to do it, but ms many menus in
sisted, so he had to give in.
"Shino" the juggler of Yellowstone
Kit's show which has been doing Alu
bnma was arrested at Troy for insulting
a young lady and given twelve mouths
ill the Conlburg convict mines.
The National Farmers' Allinnceund In
dustrial I'nion will hold its next annual
meeting in Ocnln instead ol injacksonvillc
PRICE 3 CENTS.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.y
Jl I IlllaUClIIiak VIICK Vl mTttmUm.Jt
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
mmW CT1 Bra HEUU Bl
iih dcaiKiinUd liy the vote of the National
AHiuiux ut St. Louis hint December.
Thtv art SpwHIc.
OMtalalBV M al"".
aalaMtaartl. l'Hasi U.
r Ml tj tlrviflsla r fcf
55 Main It Buffalo, N.Y-, wd Intwmtlonil llridg. Ont.
VUK 1ALB BT
J. S. GRANT.
If your prescriptions are prepared ut
Grant's Pharmacy you can positively de
pend upon these facts: First, that only tht
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced I'rcscriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable pro fit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, Si South Mainstrect.
Prescriptions Sllcd at all hours, eight
orduy, and deliveted free ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy; Si South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot-
,ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
We are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lust money by
so doing. He will sell all Patent Medi
cines at 6rst cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any eompetl
We have the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skius, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We ore the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on band.
Use Buncombe Liver Pills, the best iu
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly teliuble remedy for all
blood diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will takenoothcr.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
St S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
The are named Out.
The Wilmington Scnconsl railway of
fered a prize ol 100 for the Ust more
made by n regularly organized rillclciuu,
,;i;i,.rv or civil, ol not less than live
memlier., the shoot to Hike place nt
Hammocks Friday, July . The Ashe
ville Kifle Club made up its mind to take
tlinf uriu nnd wrote for particulars.
They came in the shape ol a circular nnu
contained one clause which completely
knocked out the local organization. Il
was to the effect thnt none but the ntili
..r riil- will Iw used. The local team
uses the Winchester rccnlcr mid of
course nre Imrrcd.
The Nouln Carolinian,
A business meeting of Hie South Cnro
linn Society was held at tlie First Nation
al Hunk yesterday evening. The commit
tee on arrangements for the liainpict
rciorted fuvoriiblc progress. iov. niv
lor of Tennessee, Lieul.Gov. Miiuldin ol
Soitlh Carolina, Attoriirv-Gcncrul T. v.
iinvi.1a.in of this Slate, lor Gov. Fowle.
nnd other prominent geiillemnn have ac
cepted Invitations to be prcsei.t. it win
be nt the Swnnnnnon Hotel I'ritiny nigui.
A nssraln HsM stemmer.
The hoarding house commillee ol the
V. M. C, A. desires to make a complete
revision of its register. Now that visl-
i.ir. are lirulnn nit to pour In, It Is neces
sary that the register lie nccurnte. To
accomplish this all boarding house hccif
en arc requested to send at once tun in
formation In regnrd to rooms nnd
board to Mr. 11. P. Andersen, Secretary
Y. M. C. A.
Congressman Lee has received a letter
i .i ,.ri'n..;.n i rinv. oi
irifin u unMnkw. w ... . . . --
Kentucky, recommending the reieal ol
the constitutional umcmiuii'iii. wmvu
mioil negroes tlie privilege oi suurugc.
The Ilnnvillcnnd New River railroad
in Virginiu is now advertised for sale and
...in I. nn. nn tn the highest bidder on
August 27. There is said to be no ques-
? l ... .L... .1 U:..l.M.n...l n.i.t llitnvill.'
UOIl OUl UIHL lire I.lllwMW '
road will be the purchaser.
. C IWIm... tin. Iim.n fllTllttefl at I
Vicksburg Miss., for the murder ol a nc-
gro named Hawkins Moses which "C-I46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
.i 1..-, Iw..mlw-r. Peiitressis white I
and cluims the deed was done in self dc-1
Iciicc. He is out on $r,oou nan.
i. .ri.l ilmt r.ilnni'l M. II. Har
din, Colonel J. W. I.ylc nnd Colonel Win.
M. I'atton, professors at the Virginia
Military Institute, hnvc placed their res
ignations in tlie hands of llic siqienn
lendcnt, to tukc effcel Septcmlicr 1,
rmicrnl Richard C. Jones, of Camden,
Wilcox couiily, has just bccnelected pn-s-:.l
f ilu. ll.tiwHrwilv of Alitluimn.
which is at TusciiIimisii. He received his
ci I million in the university and received
his title lor IMS glllllini crvKv uiiioiK
the laic war.
n-.. r t; Vf..i,.ttin. 1111 Atlanta
llnptist minister, nssaulteil his wife with
i.i. r.., n,i,l Iii. Imiilirr rlcrivmcn have
just passed resolutions censuring him for
in hi. rhri.tinti character. McCtitchcon
I I...,., ...... loiuimr I. W. DellllllllllC III
n "'n ' - '
11.. Iii ,,n nml nenliew was run
into by a iassing vessel off Fort Monroe
and voung iieiiuiiniic wn
iMiard. His lather juniicd over to save
his son and the ncplicw pinie(l miosnvc
the father uud all were drowned.
Mrs. Lizzie Ackcrman who shot nnd
killed her husband at Memphis, Teiiu.,
has just Iwen convk led of murder in the
second degree nnu nns oevu am
. . .niirniinrv. The killinu
iKeurred in the court room v.;here Acker-
man was on trial lor assaulting ms wiic.
Two murder cases were tried In one
day recently in Charleston, Allsrrt
Gr.indison, licensed of the murder ol
James Richardson, wus fouud guilly nnd
sclltcllceil 10 leu year, m m iir
tinrv. Willie llalicr, nccused of the mur
der of Theodore Robinson, was ac
The grand iurv nt Purvis, Miss., have
rCllirilCll llll Iliunuiiiii....'n-n
Sullivnn with prize fighting. A iwlilion
is in circulation to fudge I crrel, which is
licing numerously signen oy tne k-iuiihk
citizens, praying that the court lie lenient
and Impose a line wiimnmniin wminvn.
It will I prcscnicu in tii wnu
nL..U r.ln Mliil,.. .hot mill killed
Lizzie Mitchell, colored, in n disrcputnble
house in llirminghnm nnd Ihen blew out
Ins own Minns, rour nour. innr .
q...... .I... n.,.l nniriiillv wniimlrd Mnrv
llnrnett nnd blew out his own brains in
n diffcrcnl house. Jealousy caused Itoth
crimes. Tnlum saw the first tragedy and
tlll.......l Vn Aitfl nil IwH-miM nf
n nn iiiinniii, . nt, ..........
love, Richard 15. Owens, a young man
anotlt tweniy-iwo yrnr. tiiu, miii""
lO Mill mISB nnnnic nn. nnu nivi
shot himself. He culled on the young
u.l. l.A Mwwlfin.lv Infnrmrfl llltn
limy, w mi nn" "
that he must cense to visit her, and pro
posed to lake a walk. She declined, and
lie drew a pistol nnd said, "Here Is where
I end your life." Miss Shaw lumped aside
liefore the wexn was discharged, and
the ball missed its mark. Bite retreated
Li.. ..ILUI..HU1M Anrl fn.ttwrl t Mr
door. Owensiired ball Into his left
breast, Inflicting dangerous wound, lie
' was nrrcsicu nnu imvvu huuu
We offer tfrealer induce
ments (o cjihIi buyers of Dry
(JooiIh than tiny Iiuuho in
All our DomcHtie (Jooiis
liounht before the rise of cot
ton ure now hoM ut prime
Fiiiih and TaraHolH, the
beHt Hclection iu town, re
frartlleHK of cost.
Curtaiim in gtvut variety
for lciw than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nap
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy eoinretitioii.
While (JtiodH, I'jinbroider
ios and LaceK at half their
Our st ock w very largo uud
we are detennined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
the best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell tho low
est. Call and see ub before
All (loods tiro now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Cull und con
46 SOVTH MAIN ITBEBTi
OpposUs Bank f AstwrlUt.
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