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if THE DAILY CITIZEN. H. D. CHILD, Business Manager. Tub Daily CmiitK will b published every ternooa (except Sunday) at the fallowing rate, tuictlj auhi on Year. ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY BVEVfVO. JULY 26, 1890. on iu where lie waited some time for the was the.t Mil.tr r hurl V lu jjirl to come. Finally becomimi Imna- The ..nrl ( i.. jj u .1 nnlly becoming Impu- Six Months Three Months. One Month.............. On Week.... B.OO 3.00 1.S0 SO IS par carriers will deliver the paper every nwraoon in every part of the city to our sub- AOVRITIUNO IUT.S Reasonable, and made dow on application at this ottiee. All vane, advertiseiuents must be paid la aa- Im2iee7f '.' the J"0 "'en.ivcly drcu- North cirSlinaT I'P" wrn l!i..',";"io,, or Pb"c men and measure. ?.i5ci,"fretJ0' l,ub",! tateitrlty, Honest Kovernmcnt, and prosperous lnUu.tr,, and it Ucssues pcr"onal inccui treating pub Specimen copies of any edition will be sent o tuJf,,Jr on "Ulnjc their address. Keadlns; notice, ten cent, per line. Obltu- each (not exceedinn ten lines) or fifty cenu. per inch. TWO MEN KILLED IN A SA LOON ROW. JOHN MILSTER RECEIVES SHOTS IN HIS BODY. SIX The bodv n( tlw k.. . i ... tl..nt h .t...A H, A -.iuj .-! . ' . r " "UUCT . . " " luin eui oay at tne undertaking rooms of ..v. u(i,u ,Un , ... seat, one m. K. starnes on North Main street and paid no attention and he called heracain, will be tnl,, i.:. t i. . Tt.: a.. . . . . . nunc at T """:u ",,c wou,u opartanburg to-morrow. His. brother " """"re was telegraphed for last night and mcnted it with the remark thut she now in the city. would come in when she G d - pleased. At this Milster went into the . W C T V' A1,. vard. Kninc hnt n-nnl. fll...,l i I DUBincss wu mn Milster is said to have pulled a pistol on ?"Ct.ed at the Ambly, which, still be- Mclntire. However not him I m Bn incomplete state, will be re. suited although hard fceliiiirs were en- por fi,Uy in Mondnr's issue. The As- gendered. scmoiy opened with devotional exercises, SATURDAY, JULY i'0, 1SD0. THU UAII.V CITIZEN I"lVl,5NotUFK."BWto8 MlttCt'" 10 A"BBvl"Ii J!AnB.KV ''AKK NK W8 STAND. V.L...kOCK "' STANll. MUIIBL CltiAK SI OKli, I'ulton Ave. . CARSO.N'a NliWo STUKU, Nurlll Court PERTINENT AND PERSONAL. is ri'iiis- Mcwa About AHhevllllaiiH and ol HlrauKnt W IIUlu our Unlcs. E. R. Woollen reprvsi'uts Wilmington at the Swuniiaiiou. J. M. ritzpntrick, of Mobile tered at the Swaiinmioa. J. S. Ilcrnnrd is tvgisteml at the Swan nunoa from Grtvnvillc, Te Jas. Warner, of Havana, Culm, is among the guests at the llaltery I'ai k. The W. iN. C. K. K. depot is now eiuipied with a telephone. It is numU'i SI. Miss L. Kennedy ami E. 1. Keuniily. New Orleans, are guests of the Swanna uou. Prof. V. W. Millard, of Kiimonsvilk-, Duplin county, is visiting Ill's brother Dr. D. T. Millard. The tennis club of the Y. M. C. A. i Having a court graded on the lot in tin rear of the Central Methodist church. I'rol.JohiiJ. Illair, suieriutcndent ol Winston's public schools is in the city to uttend the iuter-state summer school. Jos. Wallen and wile, Keniamiii A. Al len and wile and Miss Loula Iiwin, ol Nashville, Tenn., have rooms at the Uat tcry I'ark. Ed. Ray, colored, was arrested yester day afternoon for an assault on Anna Drown. He was tried by Acting Mayor -wilier, who lined linn Jlu. Mrs. R. . White, Miss M. White, Mas ter Stone White und Miss F. J), Walkei arc at the Battery I'ark. They are from St. Louis und arrived last night. Quineey Simmons, the ID year old son of J. H. Simmons, a crK'iiter, died at his home on I'atton avenue last night at 8 o'clock. Typhoid fever caused hit. death. Mrs. J. L. Traxler, of Tiinminsvillc. S. - i...- i i. .i . uiiajuiiivu nix llUSIiailll WHO ll.'lS IKX'II here for several days, and they willseiitl the summer here. They urc at the Crantl Central, The Young Men 'sChristian Association will tender a reception to the teachers in IMilllp Mclntirc Fatally 'Wounded und UIh tlilB Moruluic Hlory of a Horrible Crliuc. A terrible shooting nfl'uir occurred iu the city last evening. John Milster, a bartender for J. H. I.oughrun, was shot six tunes nnd instantly killed nnd I'liilip Mclntire was shot once in the I utes Mclntirc und his crowd went out. I an mcnbers of the city council will leave left lung. He died at 0.30 o'clock this More than this, Milster told his cm- "M1,8ht for Chicago where they will in morning. The ufl'rny took place in ploycrn few minutes afterward, thnt sIK,ct tnc Wtrailroadsysteraofthateity. iiauipion cc t'catiierstoirs Uarroom on coupieu tx-itlt tins insult he had been North Mum street at about UAo hist culled a liar, thief and kicked. What "". ucvurrcu niter tins nobody seems to M. u..il Lum Pcathcrston. who was U hin.l know, .mill tl:- ,..f i li.. c. ,i. .: V:'",' " ,ome 01 I ' ,,. A,lltl,LjII K I IKVS III 1IIIIIH I ml M, ttn nnH...: ,1... 1.... ... .1... ..1.1 ..r., ...; ..... ........ ...:.i. .t.i: . "UriMin ..iw utu to. 1 hi. iniiv, iuiu 01 111c miair viiiiitrniou n oar on Aortn Alain street. I "K "est men ana women of Hi tins morning. Almost any one of the six wounds re- Mrs. Anna Gnrlnnrl s.-. i....i. Mclntirc, his brother John, of Atlanta, ceived by Milster would have nroved I 'n ehurch in I'rovidcnec. R. I. Shr ho. anu ins urotlier-ui-law . L. h, I rait, I uiial. lie was shot near the heart, once I rcpi;iiion 01 ucing one or the best I . v I Rlienkra 1.1 thnt llie city milcr, were stani inirat the bar 111 tnc heail. tw iw in fli .!. . I ' -" Irinkiug, said Mr. rcalhcrstoii, when u the abdomen and once in the bowels l'rnMy..l the owner of t0,(MHi Milster entered. He stood IkIuhiI the To-day the scene of the imml.-r Im. I Z1......T 1 . a .? P"trn of all I lin, Il1i.ll ri ,lil Mi. I ill ini I iirn.nl .i.l I Iwi'll vtui,.1 I... .........I ..l I ... . r i . ' - ......v.. ,u.. iiumn in 1H.-0HIC ami "ice 01 yacntine aim asKcu lum to iirniK. many nave slontici to look nt tin- r,ii in.t u. if-T.... . I Iel by Mrs, Hobbft. of ntiiir..rH rii. ... v ...a. ,u8i inunivillurrinilU ... . ' " ,w,"Hvi Pratt met Milster in front of I. H.Louirh- 1 atijourned at 11.20 o'clock to meet I mil's saloon on South Main street and Mclntirc pulling a revolver and shovinir Chicago For Model. it under his nose invited Milster to drink. 8ldl to The Cltlien. The hitter complied und after a few min- Nkw Orleans, July 20. The mayor PERSONALS. He is also a dev. U'l,..n.,.. XI. "I b;n.. Im.l ..11. ,.,..," I.o of the m.,r,l....l 1 1 . .... "V ! ' u"rF mcr t nK." pliedj "ami do not care for iiiivlliiug." "Then have a cigar," said Mclntirc.,' " 1 hanks, I'm smoking," replied Mils ter, at the same time lilting his hand anil showing 11 cigar. With that Mclntirc stcpjied back, at the same time slapping Milster on the shoulder und said: "Come here, John, 1 want to sec you. The two started toward the rear ol own hittl .,.! .1 , . .. 1.1. . "' 111 "e uuiienaKiiig room next ' way iikenny other guest, ...or. nsiuc irom tnc Hole of u bullet that plowed its way through the facing and into the door near where the shout ing occurred, the room gave no evidence l the terrible shootini; all'inv of hist night. The spot on the floor where Milster fell but never tips a waiter, Senator Power, of Montana, Is known is Commodore" Power. nu,;,, tain interests which he has in some Mis- . urn sicumoont companies, BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE, ASHEVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. bUALUKS IN- ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890. TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER StOVCal and Tinware I la q"""tiea not less than one tan at factory u iju.u , ,n . iih uiiui uiie iiii inn in iitk'iury 600 pounds, no tickeu, 10 pounds each 700 " SH " 88 " " 780 " 15 " 60 ' " 1000 10 " 100 " " No Ice will be delivered without cash or tickets. PLUMBING, OAS AND STEAM FITTING, SLATE e. Pfr hundred. S.oo 8.00 0.00' O.oo- Tickets now on sale at the office of the AND TIN ROOFING. PAINTS and OILS. AGBNT8 VOU- HE PASTEUR FILTER, Asheville Ice & Coal Company, Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue . JELLICO COAL, AT RETAIL,. For Grate, tsoo.ll For Stovea, ... . BEST ANTHKACITE COAL For sale at Wholesale and Retail bj ASHEVILLE ICE A1ND COAL, COMPANY , a v.vaHVUV div NUU 40. Bsclusive Agents (Domestic and 8team) for Western North Carolina. LltWIU MADDUX, Pres L. P. McLOUB, Vice-Pres. IN ALL 8IZU8 FOR FAMILY Diascmws: Lewis Maddux, M. I. Beard rn, M.J. Pan. I. a. H. Need. Geo. 8. Powell, C. M. McLoud. I. B. RANKIN, Cashier". B. Rankin, J. B. j, B, ktl!ll It AND IIOTBL U8U. Unarantcctl to be fsartn Proof. ALL 8IZK8 KBPT IN STOCK. Bl'MINEISH MOTICKW. Special Induce in e-niM " " ' lead wiismiirkctlliyiiiioolofwiiter.evi- Are offered to niirrlin.r T..1.1. ilcntly to hide the lilood stnins. Three I lcr-v. nml swns nnd Forks; also ol nlnin the room nntmrenlly cniiiiucd in n Mini temlers iittendeil to the un..i. f .1,.. ''rcoratcd Dinner and Ten Sets nml visitors nml nt the same ti .,.1.1 .i .. oc"' ul on South Main irieiully discussion nml Mr. l-'catherston miii no iiiiciuion to i mm until n nun utc Inter he saw Mclntirc strike Milster, knockiiiK oil' his hat. The latter stoos.-l over anil picked it tip nnd nt the same tinle said: "Look here. Hunk, 1 don't want to have any trouble with you, let's settle this some other wny At this fruit rushed to the rear of ilu- room nnd Mr. I'cathcrstou next parlicu- tory ami rohticiil Sciences at Trinity voiii'L-c tins venr. linnrt i.n..iu.r : .i ... ''' "'."i' B" irom $700 to fl500 a year, was J'.v-'5tuthusntlw r A Bad Railroad Wreck occurred aevcrnl days ago on one ol our liurmni irunK lines. NoIkmIv iii me Kiinc time told tliclmnvf sickeniiiB details ol the tragedy. Mr. I'enthcrston had heen warned liv Coroner . wr,ae1t'l'.t!,,rt.v-five eourses in His IIilli.ir.1 i.. i.: . J?1? nn'I.I'ohtieal Sciences at Trinitv - ""j u ui i iic aunir until alter the mipiest and would on mil .. 1... r...... t-. , .. . ... , ,v miiiv uivis. Kviuciiuy nc was lioIihtiK hack somcthiiii;. It came out when a listener asked him if he thought II . . .11 e . t . mn inn some oi tne snooting. I most REPAIR YOUR SIDEWALKS. roilTLAXI) VEMEXT AM) Tl LI AND C0XV11VTU BLOCK SIDEWALKS. For sample of work aw Tile Walks in front of Ravsor & Smit h's Drug Store and West ern Carolina Dank. For Con- ii Knowing look, "I can- , "-' sninsiKl up. r. a t n . . .. rd85 SSI0' to". partial-1 "it will all lie kiiownaftertheinoiipiif " 'mrt lut all the ltnwn. . .ullnrf Tll,u.l, wr..ii . . 4 . larly noticed two bright Hashes like tilt ; I replied will, a knowing l..k. "1 can. ""'Tray Trunk, wn. smashed .? IV . . " mT. W,aX 1,1 ..... I .. ' I IIIIV I1M W..I.I I... .1 , . . . a INI11T ,kl '. ..av. ..I - . n nring oi revolvers. Iloth ol them were not tell you no1 ......... ,.., ,.la,vi, iu uiv mil oiii "iiu mi u-vuivcr, tills thcrtrv uiia Mr. I'cathcrstoii's knowlcilgc aljotit tit-1 also eoiisidcraljlystrengthcned thisnmrn. A Rom o Bllsw. Uvn shots were tired although lie did not ing hv the statement of a locksmith ml. ".-v.ou nre wlse nnd wish to lieeomr x- them. He stepjd to a place ol sale- X". '''a North Main street wlio saystha' K,Hyir?,,(l r, ? altn.' 7oa UK tv Uhiud nscrtvn. Milster'. revolver is in hi. ,m.L" ., fjJi,1 ! Hiiring the shooting the trio had "' left there some time ngo liv the dcn.l i notonly tteltbut trt.ohL,!II., "Mr" niniiigii i uc uoor ami on to i man wao gave lum orders to sell it. a uiiiii Kiiiop in uie rear in tiicliouseanil t.uici nairu, who believes that all of wnen it ceased .Milster tried to make his the shooting was done by Mclntire and New Advertlsciuenla'rn.n.. vv.-iv to .In. in, in ..i .1... i...:i.i:.... . 1,1,,. m:iu... r. ..i .i... , ..... I the former, argues that on the supposi tion that Milster had good sense, it is only right to conclude that he was armed. ESTIMATES MADE ON APPLICATION. Portland and Domestic Ce- ment, riaster und Lime for sale. WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, Organised May 1st, 1888. CAPITAL. $50,000. SURPLUS, $15,000 mate, Countyud.'CIty ; potatory. Doe. Oeneral Banking; Business. Deposits received. Bichanie hon.ht ...i u .. lection, made on all arccaible K.lnU. The Saving Feature will reed re special attention " On all .urn. In thi. department, deposited for four months or lonirer. htmi oT4 percent, per annum will be paid. Special attention gieea to loans on real estate, which will be placed for Ions time oa r... sonable terms. ' Open from a. m. to S p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will be open till Jllllldly ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY, ma.? nuynuou street. AU WATER THOROUGHLY FILTERED on the Premiac. Twenty nre years of practical upcrlence, combined with MisoiuL atteatloa to all de tail, of the bueineu and perfect arranRemrnts for cls.nliniss and ruarrr of all o.mI. manufactured, enable the proprietor to pment to his numerou. patron a raperior claa. of Carbonated Beverages, Vichy und Seltzer Water in Slphona Dinger Ale and all the various H.Tor. of SOI1A WATBR ready for shipment and dtllTered free In City limits. Out of town order, must have:.ssroNBts reference. C. H. CAMPBELL. MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL & COTTAGES. HOT SPRINGS, N. C. about the center of the room he stum bled nnd 1'cll dead. Mclntire, who hail remained behind, walked forward und placing the muzzle of his wcaioii at the dead man's tcmplr tired the last remaining cartridge, lie siiapied his pistol until the cylinder had revolved but no more rcHirts were heard. In the first place," he said this morn ing. .Milster really had no business in that liarriiom. lie hud been grossly in sulted, he claimed, in the early iiart ol FIRST PAOK. """""" kwhictions-h. RedwondftCo. rlKTH.PAH, Wktki P. l. Bos IVOl, city. Tn M.inKL CHUB 8tohk Tobaccn. Rkmin Vnf. 8iii.wai.ks-C. rTNli ody I'iim salb ciikai b. c. b . asi m. mb FOR SALE CHEAP. C. E. MOODY. Office No. 30 Patton Avenue. TBLBI'HONB NO. 40. Tck: Warehouse and factory near Repot. phnne 7H. 8.30 o'clock. "A fool's plans" Luke XIII, 1-ti. i. subject for the Ilililc study at the V. C. A. to-morrow nt 5 p. in. The Ilililc study will be preceded by u sonj; service. All men nre Invited. Funnie Uurroughs Kolierts, aged ten years, daughter of A. C. Kolierts, died lust evening of typhoid fever. The fun eral took place to-day at 1 o'clock from the residence on linst street. DHH .... I.l.!..- .-!. j us. oikiii., jr., lormcrly prcsi- Hy this tunc Ins own wound la-gun to the evening, by Mclntire, who had pulled pain him and putting his hand to Inssidv a revolver on him. 11 this is so it does he made for the street. At the door he not seem probable that he would no t, I.I...I -...I ...li ... ..i . . ! .... v.i linn mi nun was carried hy I aooui uiinrmen alter a uiun who had tricnils to the Western Hotel where mcdi- threatened his life. It sounds vcrv thin " miiioncd. Dr.. Williams. Coroner Milliard Slltllmmifrl lw S ,11,.... W atsou ami Mcllrayer resnouded but I ing iurv for an iiioiient In.t ;..i.. . v I'lnc lanilscntie photo outfit cost Sou no, cheap at SM.oo, Anuther cheaper outfit fur II. oo, Both In good order. Address B. C. B 3H1 s. Main St. PICTURE FRAMES, . City. attendance uism the inter state .iinitncr c' ' was su ...1. 1 .. , .1 w ini.il, iii me rooms i Hi-si lay evening at recognized at once that the wound was Klmlestcr, F. V. MimnaUL'Ii. I II t. the "nd ,.lmt co,,ld lK '" wm to Howell. K. T. Owen. J. F. Woodbury and M. I . ; i !. i . iioicouiiic. The jury was to have line on Ins death bed he reeatcd sev- "et this morning at (1 o'clock, but a. Had been solicitor li. U. Llirter. of the erimiiml yANTBD. Oold. Silver, Ivory, Oak, Ollt and Combi. nation Moulding.. Also Room Mouldings. ."..m maiicn, Mossuii and Pramed at I ncqu'alnledtaiy'Aildre "d B"r.v- . ii box am. city. cral time, to his brother, who summoned, "I done the work, but I did court, demanded an autopsy the impiest it with his own pistol." His mite mor- was mistiioncd until 12 o'elixk. ll'k... tern statement was to the cllcct that the jury viewed the remains ol Mclntire I "c.irucK .Muster tnc latter drew "i tne nutopsy was about to begin, I a revolver nnd fired the shot that gave Mclntire, brother of the .lend man him his death wound. He juniicd for- raised nn objection. He asked if the ward nt once and wrested the revolver '""l.v was going to lie cut into nnd was ; .... ..I hi. iiHsiiiinni anu pull- iiuormeu iimt it would, "(icntlcnicn I intr liiu .iu.,, I,...,, . I.. i.: . ., i ..... ' now In charge of Kmorv nnd He, rv col- f,l I . 7 i ml ' ' does ....... . "iry col- AMslcrs Ijody with both weinu.ii. not want it il.mr o.,.i ....... VISItlllL' IS l.r,.ll,. I.. .. .. . t lliivc It. r, i kill nc cxoncriiLcii irom nil ii-....m ..... r. h inn .1..., ,i. at the ..,,11 in. .... .. .. ...... . . " me solicitor - ,,nl "l Ol IIIC UUI l to llllllw f "I L ....... Illllreil It. nml r..r..r.l A. what he had one for nu-" Iw mam niceting w ill Ik held for gosiel nian nt his bedside, "nnd temperance nt the Methodist church at kill him." 4 p. m. Sunday, and Miss Willard will Mclntirc knew that he hail hut a few miuro. me piuiiic nt .;i"p. m., jn the "ours to live and asked Iir. Wats. amc pmce on "What Think Y. Christ." dent of the Asheville Female College und iK his o R-ge, Virginia, is I'rof. D. K. Atkins, fumily is with him. to a 1 intended to him. re- Mclntire to "It is simiilv in diK-linroe of m ollicial duty," said Mr. Carter, "nnd for no other reason. It is ncccssiirv to hiv- the litillets from Uith aidt-a in order to have all the testimony in the case." Th work was licgun. It ended in the hudim. THE MODEL, CIGAR STORE & NEWS STAND. 17 Patton Avenue, When yon can get the best Imported and domestic cigar., tbe very Inest brands chew ing and smoking tobacco. A tnc line of mcr- schaumand Preach briar pipes, and amber mouth piece, to flt any pipe. poR 8 A LB. r.fndrai fJ. SSI to This olUce. ngs, Painting, and Local View, always . land at ESTABROOK'S, m 8. Main St., AabeTlllc prlMd CHEAP MTU TO ALL POIHTt. ii led cart, nearly new, Apply tit K., Railroad tickets bought, sold and cx changed. All transacUon. guaranteed. ticket Broker, Opposite awunuJaAlotel JulyTdlm gUMMBR BOARUBRS. New house. nrlw I . bki modern M".' uly23dlw STauBT. POK SALB. 1.!?!'.?!!!'.'""" 'fesnklta, N. C. IMIfMllldlWII ion. who ol lokc to himof forgiveness, to pray for lum. I ii to 3 o'clock this itifimitu In. I (if t ItC I ill lift in I Ita. ..I.. I.....! i .. i . . '"it i wmuiiHiun cnviiy, iii.ii 1 1 1 DC lie Lfrxiflti I i Will initn a al.H-rnlihn ri. allyUaiittiiikinKiuilililiccmlciimc at Jcxuiiiinntiun of tlw wound, of Milliter -H'. I will be ninl.. (I.;. ni'i,.r..nM i . I " "'"iiiwuii 111(11 l lie V.OI SllOOtlllLr tM I mifr'a inrw) tlit U.A.i t.. : cm red a large crowd had gathered" ,, after . . " "" "' ran ami oun .Mclntire had started to n. .. .... ... When !.. fr r. .1 "S r '"." ' C. Mclntirc, the , . "w lwo tc oiilclier. He was a voung limn, married piaccu iimicr arrest liyCliiel Ilaird. l'rfill I ii ml j.s.a -I.M.I ii t ..... Mr urn. ....i....i i.... .... . ' . ",re '"ernl will Ik Will, is a mender of the firm of Will. , " I 1 mtHm W"B. "M,ml "'' nt nh l.n.ther. 00 Bros, architect, of this plac. nnd w . the ro, m w ti. the w , , t'"C" " ,lftrt' lo m,,rrow ' P- Biarried on the Wth to Mis. 1,1 a " LIT p.! ! ' 'W ""U,cd . m"" ?cv" W- Nelson, pastor of the First Rinson, ofjonclKiro. Tcnn. Mr. nnd , n:.. ZZ. .' Z ,"n - i mpi.st chuixli, will conduct the Mm wm. - 'ii . I' ., ui me niiair was con Mrs. Wills will remain here a Unit i,.,i.i,..i , .. .. " j i "i rcuiiicrsion. iiv .ui.lil.,.. m:i..... ..... " " i ,w..i.. '. . .. I " ""'"""n to norril.lenirair. came here nhout three .rn,", ia unbroken ibrct of ove. K. COFFIN, Real EHtate Atrent. . OFFICE t MAIN ST.. I A. temmt. m. . J. A. I 'HAL.. I If a. a. I D.A-a. t ... a ' rrtinkllo, N. C. Rooms in Cottages Upon the Grounds With TABLE BOARD AT HOTEL. --PRICES FROM ".00 .TO PER WEE K JulylQdllw ONLY EIGHT MILES FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE A. & S. RAILROAD. A HOME IN- $40ESKYLAUO SPRIN0SE$8O A In vet hiilMInt ia . . the nnest mineral lurinj: i Yu.. L'.l ' "'" "V Chns. Street, coloied, mid Mary I'loyd, a di.reputnblc white woman, became en Kngcainn (iinrrci tins altcmoon in the eastern part of the city. Street did not like the way she had licen carrying on, nesam, nmi lilt her on the head withal stick, lie has been arrested. ( (V ( lv Vliyf THE SENSATION OF ASIIEVILLE. AUGUST 27, 21 & 29, 1190. rfJTL'SL'S' tf ht !,d."d . nubile anil JOTANY. A nuiet place, h loh i,." ii..' .'". lUcc wl KHI fwt wide. nintiB. etc. Tw toot I nrw HI ii in m,rt... as an Inrnlmrnl Trains leave Asheville at 0.10 p. m.ua cents. a. at. and return at f 111 , n ti.7 , "e.vnoids, of Ht. Augustine , ..-..., iiew s.rect. for sale or rent. JuneVSdlm. fchl I dflm m Text books OTIS A. MILLER, - Sk jrlanU P. o., M. C. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. !!'at ' tht '""T f Ifaill U. s. I . . . John Milster. one of II.. vlMlm. . .u- .h. I ". ZT 1T i0! - ... . ' -"- " me I - re.i in ftsnev lie. nana poH RBNT. partment commodlu. and easy of ZJ? fOR RBNT. " m,n1t..ai.tw.th.lntterwho re, year, ago from Spartanburg. 8. C.. and ed, wl,erc..,H, Milster called Mclntire l.n. been engaged n. Imrtender at j H , hve7nr,;,rt,,er"0'"-. T"tre "e kc"1 '""" ..! on South Main ! Jt. Ins eye on them susimting trouble and He l,. -t ..... i . ,. 1 . .' nmi ne mis niwnys licen considered a nuiet eeuig penceiiblc man, and one who always t- Nivcraifl Mhn.ll.. ol....i. t. . . ........... V 11111111111111. no ru. . . . .... . . . in., ii.r i . .... " " V""" """iw'tf iroumc n m.hi iwNiiumjwniL'niniri i.i i wna mwne.UI i .. . sham. h. B,v t II w .. ... e J. . . " " later oy ment of Jh Lord's S , B T' .X "!,VCr- . ht ' own m,ir. In hi.na. Sunday evening service. All are Invited drew the billv I e I " . Z P 'I""" "'W" rother below the av to attend. IXZ ... . mCi 0VUt him crBe in hciK''t. Inclined to be fleshy and lil.ter.n "roTa,mn" redtI""' ntoustaclu.. Hi. Preaching to-morrow nt 11 m ii" can't hv. .. ?.m",over 'I0" highly of him I ..... . . .... 7 "w. wver lltc .Ion. ,rmCt. FOR RBNT. North Asheville Methodist Church -Milster to put the wcnmin renchillff Irumnrrnu, n. 11 .... I L.... . , , ...... ,Hn H. . . ... in. iivkpv. . " ,ii , . hi. i riiii 1 1 if. ... , J. H. Wearer, P. E. Sacrament of the h exclaimed, hut before he All Mo Lord's Supper followinjt this service, arc invited to attend. Trinity Episcopal church. Rev. Neely Dubose, rector Morning service, 11 o'clock, evening service, 0 o'clock, Dunaay scnool and young men's Uilile ciass, B.ao a. m. French Broad Baptist churchRev. Dr. J. D. Hud ham will preach at both ser vices if he gets la from Mars' Hill, oth- erwise tbe pastor will preach. Baptism at tnc nignt service. Central Methodist church-Sunday cBooiai v.c.u a. m preaching at 11 a. m., br tbe pastor, Rer. 0. C. Rankin. An address at 8.1S by Miss Prances Wll Urd on "What Think Yeof Christ ?" All rs Invited. - I5.'!f ,'tort "".eoutalnln twentv.thm Pee,l,tHTAlgIi,i. AmilMo "0""' JulylSdl? "'""' ". C. JAX N0TICB, no.Tld""h.'iM o far failed . AIJ a"Y wn . remember that all mes .1 " In re.Mr.,S-M .."1 Jiyi.iso. a,t,"'tmJK . thsr lira mi.. . I tl m I im-snf ih. a. . 7 .-"" IMMFm ME. MT. A sm.1 .at him to drink but be declined lUonouLTrl HOTELIARMOND-HOTEL BOlTCREST AND COTTAGES, SKYLAND MINERAL SPRINGS, hi. a- KlEht Me. BomII, of A.hewle, ,ne A. . Rro.d. New hl.l. .... .. . . ' '' -' , w.ires, new furniture, beautiful frriH . . ood livery. ' Dc"uun" anve, neat ten.l. and cro.Het lawns, MINERAL SPRING ...ec,,:;r.:rv."Tv.-tu:.",d u,t- rh Term. re.Kn.ble. P',""t r"ort ""l "" ' It. eaHn water.. be When Mr. Loushran was seen thiam,.m. nao MERRIMON AVENUE. J ho Iiouhviml of the City, the remainder la the charmix. i.-. .... ofRamoth. . v.... n.i. i. . . . rrom vonrt SQtiare (to .prSdtf AahcTllle, N. c. E. A. LeVENE, ' Manatrcr. r. a. utntNS WOOD WORKING CO.. M..f,.rer. d u,.,cr, .,, "! "V - V VMI ing he einrrssnl hi. nnlli.r.l... .:!.. I "" drive) and on the Imi ..h . . ii.ki rtriv. !,.... . , . lin"ar nao a revolver and told of tlw last time ...... . "'. mere la a lab- naruiy got tne words out of his mouth ynntn or I all kind, af n...i LUMBER. ....I. .. . t, " . : ts. .. . " " l,ii.miii " ' uv. iu reno ms paper Wbeo he I win rant, m sias from u brother of Phil, ws. overcome with rief. met Mclntire .nd hi. ... ' " th. laX D,.tTe3i vvnue nil the ml.... . ..... . i. . ... ' ". took n h ' I.:.""' , " 1 n,k,d hira 4 Hnk he declined " k w ui iiK iiciciiinir nm tm i ai aa..Ha. 1. 1 n . i m . . . . - under arrest to await u. .l.i " t ... 7 "n - ZZ" T "". PPt to '.ter came Dick and told him Hard wsri ; ru or " w-tHi. "ara Wood Lumber Wntv a noTld1y Work TolgphOMsi Mo. a Specialty. coroncr'tjurjr. KiiiBirr cHiTii iiaraf attrf r n rmktw mmm-M-. av i ...... .--ulUehadreed. 'T? thH jo-avenu,, OTrr V -j A WIND STORM r i . incirouoic between the two men I. M..I..I .I........ . . .. . " .m .. .... . . - vu.iHi.ircn wnen the latter ...u.u..Utc unginntea ovtr a wnmnnMn.. I,; i . lirii.i.ii, numed K.,. ..u- .1 " "na Mtef a I AV . .vwvwi tuv iitss un we arc Here to mn ammIm ntfari ATS m. 10 sell Them. Unilev thlrCon,! . 11 J I I I . . . , street. It is said thnt Milster hn. I I "At th. im. u. "..". ... " 1 iui . ijuvnrnn In.lm... .Ilk I. t... .1 .. I.. ... . .. ........v u 1U, ,e p,v lW0 Jeari inougnt ne had been crying. His """ recently Mclntirs has begun were swollen and be was nervous. H"'m " ncT oousc. un Tburstlay even ing Milster went around and met Mcln tire and the woman talkina in the Aw yard. Without saying a word be oassed him of my opinion of bis assailant, .ml PVAT board. . j-.i- . . . -1 - auTisea mm to pay no attention to tbem I ,VrJ' eool, .i, ".-.rro I I At Hot S,nHn, M. C, an elect el,. AIHBVILLB Ti" . room house 1 larire lot IIHl.aiMi Til. "a ' " M :V ET OAK OFFICE. DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID ? and be went oat 1 supposed to go to bed." i ne nest thing Mr. Loughran beard IT rnriMia ta., . . ww mr MBo. Wstrkta. IMamoaa. ad varloa. other articles .CHIFFMAM, W. kav. Straw Hat. 1 cent to 60 oral. eh ..o-.- u . ...... ailklht t. . wfasmasaa listw VI aHni VUH-Jr IBM M) then. Nliw ud Tea Ou , . aaas pnOt (H mtMttA ..ft. si. . - Oi. MIM I wcis y .or b.t thl. win co.Tlnc. all Mlk Dre. Ooods is eeats per yard. Aslcville Dry Goods Co., ' " .. . . r J. 0. HOWILL, Maaaaw. . At old stand. Indoor bttow taaiaua Co.-. Bardwar. Mm.