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ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 27.
A place planned and devel
oping as u
Situate in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 8,800 feet,
It in being laid out with
tanto and nkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity U)r
profitable invent inents. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
drenH, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lliillle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
TOR GF.NTLliMKN JIST 1N-1IANH-SOMB
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Views and Sketches
ir lie d
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(Mttewawin to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO IANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Cucnenlaafoeiera of I teed.
OPriCK aonttieawl Coter! Heimir,
Real Estate Broker,
And Investment Agent.
Loam at urely placed at par cent.
UIHi-rat 8 ft HO ration At. Second tout.
REAL ESTATE AND IN8URANCE BROKERS.
FlttU INMUHANCH I'l.ACItll IN TWBNTV
OF TUB MliaT COMI'ANIUi IN
TUB WOK I. II.
AUUNTS OP TUB TKAVB1.KKH' MI'K AND
ACCIDHNT INnllMANCB CO., OF
STATU AOKNTS POM THB IIBTROIT Fl M B
ANU BU KOLAS PNqoP BAFB CO.
Rooms 10, McAfee Block
IF THERE IS ANY
O W 12 K
O R A M Y
15 N B 1 I T
II U Y YOUR
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
V K 0 M
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court lluuw 8iunrc.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
Ice Cream Freezers, 2, 8, 4,
(, 8 and 10 quart, at prices
lower than ever. Hammocks
at 8c, $1.28, 1.48 and
$2.25. Beautiful line of Fans.
Berry and Snuco Dishes by
the sett or dozen. Matches
(large boxes, 800,) 25et.
ier dozen. A new lot of
French Satines, beautiful
patterns. The prettiest lot
of (iinghams andChambrnys
in town; solids, stripes and
plaids. We are daily exjMict
itig Croquet Setts, 4, 0 and 8
ball; also the Harper Fly
Traps, best made, at I8cts.
each. We have a very com
plete stock of goods at prices
that are sure to please. If
you will tako the tremble to
come to see us before you
buy we shall he satisfied. We
do not claim to have all the
goods in town, and are not
giving them away, but we
are selling them (lots of
them) nt very low prices.
No chromos, no free gifts,
no avalanches, no cyclones,
no humbug. Everything is
guarnntiH'dj nnd ns hereto
fore, the best place in town
to trade is the
BKMT AMD UOKS PAKTHI'.MT,
KOPP & LICHTENBER6ER,
s8 Patton Avenue.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
MOST MHHI'BCTFt'I.LV INVITH VOI K
SBLP ANU FAMILY TO V1HIT
THHIK STOKH ON
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
May is and if.
TO TASTB A CUP OP THIS DBLICIIIItS
WHICH TIIIIV HAVK JUST IMI'OHTIII)
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
IOverytluug warranted rs
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices ns
low as the lowest. Prescrip
tions 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
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
Ill miles South of Asheville, on A. S. K. H
Per Month $-M
Per Week lano
Per Kay "
Dinner and Tea I'urtli-s oil one day's notice.
Thou. A. Morris, Prop.,
nprllldtf Arden. N. C.
I. w. u. WILL.
AKTIII KJ. WILLS.
ASHHVIi.I.H, N. C.
office llnrnard UulldlnR. I. o. Ilm tin-!.
Inn., KKillUnllont. Details, Kic, forevcry
class of liulldinK at short notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call nnd sec us. nprind.lm
We are showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing floods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
floods, Smalhvares &
Carpets, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
The lino embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 9 Patton Ave.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Aolievllle, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
TUB onlv change In the Cushion of fish-
ingtncklc litis spring in tlutt the flask hits
mure neck nnd not quite so much body
ns Inst Benson. Richmond Recorder.
It is not electrocution they nrc trying
to kill 'cm with just now, but elocution,
and being tnlkcd to deuth is proverb
ially slow and painful. Dansvillc Urcczc.
Polich Inspector Eliersold.of Chicngo,
Iiub cscntied denth by two torpedo explo
sions during the past week. If such inci
dents ns these ure in vogue now, what
mny we expect in ?
L. K. Moomiiii'.Aii, of Sun Francisco,
has received an iuf Miner's fee of $.ri,000
for his assistunce in the seizure of smug-
Klcd opium a year n'o. Informers would
be a drug in the market if these rates
prevailed to any grcut extent.
Switzkmi.ano proposes to reduce cow's
milk to a dry power, ns being better for
transportation and suieriortocondcn!ied
milk. Next we shall hear of making
marbles of strawlK'rry stortenke, first to
lie plnycd with, then eaten.
Tiik Kansas farmer will have himscll
to blame if he burns his corn, lie can
buy himself sonic chickens, tench them to
lay great numbers of eggs, and sell the
eggs at an enormous proht under
the new tariff duties. I.ouisvilleCuuricr-
I'll TV ycHrs ago Alvin Adams iKgnn
with a carict bag the business which
has since grown into the great corpora
tion known as the Adams Ivx press Com
pany. The company pays handsome
dividends on its $12,01111,0011 of capital.
Many a man in the past half n century
has begun life with n cariei bag and
wound up witli .snlililethat it could In-
tied in a red baiidanna.
Tint ponderous tarilf siccches in con
gress arc nearly all withheld from publi
cation in thcCoiigrcssioti.'il Record. They
will lumber up that document terribly
by and by. It is bad policy in those
who make them to engage in this delay.
An clalmratc tariff sin-cell is none too
likely to lie mill, even in its freshness.
It should never he allowed to take
m anything of the last ycur's uhu.-'iinc
Tiik conduct of Mr. Ure White, of New
Mexico, who celebrated his release from
the Santa lJc jail by capturing n town
and making railroad employees and
other stand 1:111! deliver their silver
watches and small coin, recalls the hal
cyon days ol Jesse James mid his gang
and shows that the Yahoo still has a
fair hold with both hands on the over
lapping edges of civilization in tlie Tar
Tun Florida Timcs-l'iiioii says:
"Whether Sam Jones saves many souls
or not, he is very successful as a money
maker, and in that rcsjicct he snmvtinics
docs the churches n good turn. The sc
ries of meetings he held recently at Char
lotte, N. C, resulted in putting $21:00 in
his own pocket nnd in raising SS.1100
toward paying for the building of the
Young Men's Christian Association ol
Charlotte nnd $. Kill for the Joncsorplmn
age in Georgia."
It is a lofty look into the future which
Mr. Ivstcc has taken Irom the top of Tel
egraph Hill or the cliffs beyond Gulden
Gate Park. At the baiuiuct of the San
I'rnncisco chamber of commerce, this del
egate to Three Americas Congress said :
When American lines of steamers shall
regularly ply between American ports,
when all American republics shall have
lirect railroad communication and when
arbitration shall be the universal rule
on the Western continent, the civilized
world will look upon the international
conference as the most splendid achieve
ment of the ng"
Onh of the most interesting and how-
I'ul features of the present increasing and
extending movements in the effort for the
recognition and improvement of the
rights and privileges of laboring men, is
the ardent espousal of their cause by the
clergy, both 111 Ivurojie and America. Not
only individual lending men in the va
rious religious fellowships, but several of
those fellowships, in their combined and
organic action, have wnrmly declared
their sympathy with the agitation raised
by the whole inclusive nnd rnmilicd muss
of men and women who earn their sub
sistence by the labor of their hands.
ONE GREAT LEAGUE.
At a meeting recently held in London
in favor of imnrial federation of the
llritish colonics, Lord Kosclicr-y made a
remarkable speech, in the course of which
he said that, when he considered the
enormous influence for good that must
Ih exercised by Ivuglish sjiciiking nations
in time to come, it might well be that
they should coalesce intooncgrcnllcngiic
of A list nihil, Canada and the United
States, with Great llritain, to coutrnl
the whole world. That might well come
to pass in the till arc, but before Great
llritain could hold out her hand to the
I'nilcd States she must federate her own
iossessions. Then she could any with
confidence, let us form n league, without
the permission of which no shot shall lie
fired in anger throughout the world, Hut
the whole llritish empire must sieak as
one. In trying to unite its brethren
across the sens it should do so In a man
ner consistent with its own self rcswct
and the dignity of self-government, not
in nn attitude of supplication, hut ns the
representative of the uiiccslral glory of
Greut Britain, one nnd indivisible.
THE OTHER SIDE SPEAKS.
ALD TALKS OF BRICKS.
SAYS THEY ARE STRONG ENOUGH
How Till Ih lletlcr Tlinn the Hale
IHlnt The City Hecnred
by Uood Bonds.
There arc two sides to the paving
ipicstion and Mr. W. A. McDonald, gen
eral Young's suH.'rintcndcnt of the street
paving work, outlined the other yester
dny afternoon. The first ipicstion asked
of him, was concerning, the cpiality of the
brick which arc to be used here.
"I think these brick will average ns
well," he said, "ns those used on Mil av
enue, in Columbus, Ohio. I live on that
street and have a good chance to observe
the wear and tear of the pavement,
l-'ifth avenue is one of the heaviest trav
eled streets in the city, and there is ns
much trulHe over it in erne day as there is
over Main street here in six. The loads
there weigh several times ns much us
those curried here, nnd when General
Young wns there, last I'cbruary, 1 went
out and scriicd the mud off the brick
nnd could find no sign of wagon tracks."
"As to the striking out from the con
tract of the words 'on a foundation to
be known us the Hale patent,' to which
the gentleman interviewed by yon to-dnv
refers, that wns done not lit Gcuernl
Young's suggestion, but lit mine. I
have had considerable cxieriencc with
the paving and find that the plan we wil!
use is incomparably Itetter than the
Hale patent. It was not the intention
to use the Hale patent when the contract
wns mndc, and I don't know how the
words got into it. They should not
hnve lwcn there. General Young never
noticed it until 1 culled his atten
tion to it. The contractor had no ob
ject in having it changed save for the
good of the city. You can sec for your
self how it will lie iH'tlcrin one particular.
The only dillcrence will be that we will
lay the plank ncross instead of length
ways of the street, and if a gas or water
main is to be tapped t run service
piiic into a building the plumUrs will
only have to take up one or two plank
to dig the ditch, whereas, with the plnnk
running lengthways they would have
to cut across the whole section to do the
The llalc patent wns put down 011 one
street in Columbus, and it was not good,
and the plank were taken up andchnuged
to run across the street. In llirmingham
the council ullowcd us to change from
the contract in that particular.
"Wise men will see that the city is n in pi v
secure, and will be content to wait nnd
try the pavement bclorc venturing an
opinion on something they have never
seen und of which they know nothing
They will also rcmcmlicr that the parties
laying this pavement are men of charac
ter and cxx.'nencc who have much more
at stake than thepullry profit there may
be in this small contract."
MORRISTOWN'S GOOD LUCK
The NorrlHtown and Cumberland
inp Knllroad AHNured.
Mokkistiiwn', Tcnu., May 111
Morristown nt Inst lias the eagle of
victory lurched upon her banner of pro
gress, iciteruny was a uuv tniii win oc
remembered as the turning point in the
history of Morristown. The grcnt eucs
tion as to whether the counties of
Grainger nnd Hamblen should subscribc
$1. ")(),()( 10 towards the building of the
Morristown nail CumlKTlnnd Gap rail
road, was finally decided by vote yester
day. The subscription was granted, nnd
the words "progress and improvement
nrc indelibly stamicd upon the forehead
of the voters,
Morristown oilers inducements that
arc unsurpassed by any town in ICast
Tennessee. She is not in iron ore, but
has mines of zinc, lead nnd conl, large
I Harries of the new cclclirutcil black
mnrhlc, and Ih'SiiIc the great Torcsts ol
bountiful timlier, possessus soil of n most
productive character. The population of
Morristown has increased from 1..MMJ in
INHll to .1,110(1 in 1S1MI, and every train
brings numlici'S of coplc to the thriving
The building of the Morristown and
Cumberland Gap railroad will give Mor
ristowu great railroad facilities, connect
ing her with the Grcnt Trunk lines of the
North, South, lvasl nnd West, thus scat
tering her products, as it were, to the
"tour corners of the earth." New build
ings arc hang put up, new enterprises
started und real estate is gradually in
creasing tiny by day.
Morristown will have n sale of ollll
beautiful town lots, commencing next
Tuesday the 20tli. On thai ilnv the
Dairy Spring I'ark, n beautiful tract
land within a ipiarterof a mile of post
oiliec, court house and depot, will lie sol
nt public auction by I'iidier'sagcncy. Ivx
cursious will run from nil points and re
duced rates will be given on all railroads
entering the city.
The terms of the sale nrc very liberal
one-third cash, the balance in onenndtwn
vears. This will give the laboring man
ns well ns the capitalist a chance to reap
big returns before the deferred payments
Attend the sale, buy a lot nnd lie for
Rcmcmlicr the place and date.
I'or further particulars, plots, etc., nil
dress Fisher's Agency, Morristown, Tcnn,
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Sum Jones is to be asked to hold a series
of revival meetings at Wilmington.
Nine students of Chapel Hill hnve vol
unteered to go ns missionaries to foreign
A tcn-months-old colored child drank
some spirits turpentine nnd died in a few
The Register of Deeds of Wake hns not
issued a single marriage license this
A good deal of sample gold is licing
found on the lands of Gilliert Holler, 3
miles from Hickory.
Work will licgin nt once on the south
ern extension ol the Wilson and Florence
railroad from Faycttcvillc.
J. A. Hoskins.shcriffof Guilford county,
has settled State taxes with the Treasu
rer, paving in $10,0:18.10,
The Rockingham Rocket hns changed
hands, Messrs. II. C. Wall and Thomas
Guthrie having taken hurgc.
The Review henrs thnt the Rcidsviile
Times is to lie reinforced bv cnpitul and
run us 1111 aggressive prohibition p:iXT.
Rev. Kerns and Seilierger arc at Salem
preparing for a voyage to the Mosquito
const, where they will become missiona
ries. Chin el Hill is to have n $13,0110 Y. M.
C. A. Iiiiildiiig. This is of course if the
moiiev is forthcoming nnd the boys think
it will lie.
Rev. K. L. Patton, of Morgaiitou, has
accepted 11 call to the pastorale of the
llantist church at Moravian Fulls,
The military of Wilson participated in
the memorial exercises lit Goldsboro.
Major Graham Daves, of New Heme, de
livered the address.
The little son ofThonmsCIifton.keciwr
I the Roanoke light house, was drowned
1 lew davs auo. The bov had gone alter
wood mid fell overboard.
Dr. Hamilton V. Ilorton, of Winston,
and Miss Annie Laurie Cowles, a niece
of lion. W. II. II. Cowlcs, were ninrricd
at Wilkcsboro Wednesday.
Col. Wharton I. Green, of Faycttcvillc,
will deliver the annual address at the
lose ol the Hand military academy ut
Frecinont, on the 4th of June.
There is in the State Treasurer's eifliee
a beautiful Confederate ling. It will be
nrricd to the unveilinu ol the K. li. I.CC
statue by the North Carolina delegation.
Richard Aycock, a colored loy of
Greenslioro. ran into a man who Had nn
0111 knile in his hand and received a se
vere cut III l lie uouoilieil. ins injuries uie
At New Heme Winnie Churchill, col
ored, aiicd C0 years, fell dead while whiii-
. . 1 1 0:1 i'i i.lii
ping a lime ooy imiiicii inej- vuuiluiu
ut her home. In death she retained her
hold on the whip.
The annual reunion of the I'hi Knppa
SiL'ina I'ratcruitv ol Cluiiicl Hill will be
held in the Chapter House on Thursday,
June nth. All the nliiinui arc coruiully
invited to oc present.
The Governor hns oll'cred a reward eil
JS20I1 for the couture or apprehension ol
cither L. 11. Stagger, Jim Stagger, or M.
W. llluc. ot .Moore county, all 01 wnom
arc charged with murder.
A new dconrtmcnl is being organized
ut the. Salem lemnlc necademy which will
receive the name of Industrial depart
ment, nnd will embrace ns its chief
branches, cooking anil circssmnitmg.
In Currituck county the cultivation of
sweet poinioes lor euriy niuriicuinj i.
growing to be a profitable industry. The
slips nrc raised in hot beds nnd thousands
have occn piiinteu out uircuuy.
The resilience hclonuim: to. and until
nUiut three weeks iil-o. occupied by S. L,
Gardner in Monroe wns, set lire to by nn
ineendiarv. and burned to the irreiuml,
touether with the smoke house. Loss
William Sellers, near Grover, was se
verely lrored bv n Icrscy bull. The nni-
mill thrust his' horns into Mr. Sellers' ab
domen and threw the impaled victim
over Ins head. .Mr. Sellers was Disem
boweled, lie is now m a precarious con
The Randolph Guide notes the fact that
Mr. Hal. Worth, of Aslicboro, who repre
sents the Randolph depnrlmcnt of the
Greensboro l.umlier company, has re
ceived an order from Australia for nshii
lond of lumber, the length of the lumber
to lie sixty lect.
The Sliiloh Methodist church, three
miles south of Monroe, was burned by nn
incendiary and the Ivmpmcr and l-.xprcss
hints that some mcmncroi one 01 tiiciwo
factions into which the memhers were
divided might have had more to do with
it than they will admit.
The election nt Charlotte on the issu
ing of the $73,000 city lieinds passed off
very quietly. 1 he opMincnls ol tlie
inensure contented themselves with stny-
iug away from the polls, The issue of
the Dunns was earnea oy a nigmujoriiv,
tlie vole standing 311(1 to 32 in lavor of
The Cabarrus county democrats arc
evidently taking time by the forelock.
The township primaries nave iiccn calico
for Mny 2-V, and tlie county convention
for May 31. This convention will name
Cabarrus' choice of a candidate for con
gress. Col. I'. H. Menus nnd Cnpt. S. II.
Alexander arc 1 lie rivals lor tnc nomina
tion The oratorical contest of the State In
ter-Collegiate Oratorical Association nt
Charlotte, resulted in fnvor of Trinity
College. Stonewall Jackson Durham be
tin the winner of the $23 gold medal.
The other contestants were A. II. White.
of Trinity College, nnd W, F. llollings-
worth nnd liyrun C. t-lnrk, ol Davidson
A horse was hitched in front ol the
F.pisceipal church nt Faycttcvillc and
when the owner returned n few minutes
Inter it had disaiiiicnrcd. They were
found some time Inter in the creek the
horse drowned. The supposition is thnt
the animal, going into the water to
drink, suddenly plunged over his depth,
and the weight of the buggy held liim
down nnd prevented Ins caciqic.
The south bound train for Raleigh rnn
over nno kiiicii mr. ninry Ann reigsnee,
nucd (10 years. The accident occurred
one mile south of Hollownv's. The en
gineer snw the lady walking along the
side of the track, nnd well out of danger
some time before the train got to where
she wns. But when the train was only n
few yards nwny, coming nt full speed, she
attempted to cross. She was struck and
thrown twenty-five feet, and when picked
up was dead and horribly mangled.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
Tney sea s IpecHlc.
tte.UI.ta. M bra.
I.M vr itrnllM, Th.r sr.
r.r uto by afkl w ftr
iSCOMa-oxr H0FFMMH DRUB CO.
ii Main St., Buirtlo. N.Y. kid Interna tlonil Bridge, Ont
Oil SALS DT
J. S. GRANT.
If your ptvperiptiuns are prepared at
Grant's I'hui uiacyyou can positively de-
end upon these facts: First, that only tlie
purest and Ijest drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an cxicrh
enccd I'tvscriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very reu-
sonublc profit. Don't forget the place
Grunt's I'liurtnacy, 24-SouthMainstrcct.
Prescriptions filled ut all hours, night
or day, and dcliveied Iree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
Ije answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grunt's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at tlie lowest price (not
ed by any other drug house in the city.
We ure determined to sell as low us the
lowest, even if we hare to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
tor. We have the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sixes, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use liuncomlie Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly teliuble remedy for all
blood diseases is Iluncombe Sarsapmrilla.
Try a bottle and you will tukenoother.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
2 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
CIonc buyers will iiloune noto
tho following great induce
ments this week :
Iilnck Mohair Itrilliant irion
at HO and 7oe., formerly 7oc.
Mack Timiino Suitings, 00
and H."l, former prieo 75e.
IMaek Camel's Hair and
Serge Suitings at 75e. and
1 , formerly 1 and f 1.25.
Ulack French Henriettas,
."0c, 7.n and $1, former
price (mc., $ 1 and $i.2."i.
Fancy Mohair llrilliant
ines, "iOc. and 7."e., former
price 75c. and $1.
Colored Henriettas nt 2."5e.,
40c, "0c. and Toe, worth
Domestic and IniportiHl
Challies ut oc., He., and 12c.
ash Dress Fabrics, Lawns
and Prints at Jte. and up.
i' reneli anu Domestic foat-
ines at popular prices.
Dress Ginghams and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Uutmg Cloths, Table- lin
ens, white and colored.
lute (mods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Hani-
burgs, Laces, Underwear,
II and kerchiefs, Corsets,
Gloves nnd Mitts. Large
assortment and low prices.
Parasols and Sunshades,
tho most attractive in tho
city. Prices lower than else
where. .lust received A new lot of
Black antl Cream Lnco Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
Something New We sell
tho only absolutely Fust
Black Hosiery in tho market
niado by Smith & Angoll
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are rruarantood not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Oppc-sltt Bank ot AahrvUI.
as Pattoa Am., AabavUI, N. C.