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I "THE CITIZEN"
Asheville Daily Citizen
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ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 29.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WtSltKR HUH IN uAnULIHM
A region noted for health
fulntws and beauty of
Y nvl-nrii.ll.r Climate
It ia being laid out with
iintn and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
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A good opportunity for
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A R G A I N S,
B V V YOUR
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER,
North Mile Court House 8iiurc.
ELGIN CREAMERY. BUTTER, 25 CT8. PER LB.
Ice Cream Freezers, 2, .'I, 4,
G, 8 and 10 quart, ut prices
ower than ever. Hammocks
at 98c. 1.28. 1.48 and
2.25. Beautiful lino of Fans
Berry and Sauce Dishes by
the sett or dozen. Mutches
(large boxes, 300,) 25cts.
ner dozen. A new lot of
French Satines, beautiful
lattcrns. The prettiest lot
of Ginghams nudChambrnys
in town; solids, stripes and
plaids. We are daily exjiect
ing Croquet Setts, 4, fl and 8
ball; also the Ilarjier Fly
Traps, best made, at I8cts.
each. We have n very com
pete stock of goods at prices
that are sure to please. If
you will take the trouble to
come to see us before you
buy we shall be satisfied. Wt
lo not claim to have all the
goods in town, and lire not
giving them away, but we
are sellinir them (lots of
them) at very low prices
No chromos, no free gifts,
no avalanches, no cyclones
no humbug. Everything is
guaranteed; and ns hereto
fore, tho best place in town
to trade is the
It KMT AMD GOVJ VARTHKMT,
KOPP & LICHTENBER6ER
s8 Patton Avenue.
MOST RU8I'BCTPULLV INVITIt YOl'K
8BLI' AND FAMILY TO VIHIT
THUIK 8TORB ON
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
May is. iTi
TO TA8TU A CUP OP THIS Ulil.lCllH'H
WHICH TIIBV HAVB JUST IMPOHTKD
W. G. GARMIGHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN 8TREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all tunes to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
everything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
ow as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered five
of charge to any part of the
Mr. .1. Taylor Amiss is with
me, ana win do pieaseu to
meet his friends and custom
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1890,
At I a O'clock.
The hcnutiful proprrty lo Went liiul over.
IiMiklnR the French Broml river, known n
Una cm subdivided Into thirty-two (3ai
clmnnt mlilence lota, anil will Ih- .old nt
public auction on tlntiinliiy, May 17, IMio,
at 13 o'clock on the followhiK terms: One
fourth each, balance In ccunl Instalments In
li twelve and clKhtccn month, with 8 per
Wait (or the Mile. Co to It, nnd tnkr nil.
vantage of nn opportunity to trenre a licnu.
nil home. I'or further pnrticulnra apply to
C. li. GRAHAM.
C. II. III. ANTON,
mnylodlw C. T. RAWL8.
We air showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Small wares &
CarjHjts, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
The lino embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 0 Putt on Ave.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville, N. C.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Til k offer of the Louisiana Lottery com
pany to give a million dollars n year for
a new charter is a great temptation to n
State with nn empty treasury. Atlantu
Not if the State has a conscience in
good working order.
In the streets of Spokane Kails the red
Indian still roams in paint and feathers,
redolent of the white man's firewater.
Uut by midsummer Spokane Falls will
have in active operation forty-one and
one-hnlf miles of street railway. Much
f this is electric railway, mil on the
overhead wire system.
A I'AHM of 1400 acres three miles from
Nashville, Tenn., was sold to n Hunt n
syndicate a day or twoago for $300,000.
The point of this lies in the fact that that
same furm was bought only a few years
ago for $60,000. Perhaps nowhere else
n the world is proiicrty appreciating so
fast as in the widc-awnkc parts of the
South to-day. And Asheville is in the
procession nnd keeping time to the music
of the baud.
In attempting to elect a successor to
Senator Beck some of the Kentucky leg
islators the other day voted for "McGiii
ty." A great many things happened to
the Hon. McGmty in Ins nil too Uriel ca
reer, but no blow like this inflicted by
Kentucky ever reached him while alive.
His friends must be thnnklul that-
Down went McGiiity to the bottom ol
Tim Young Women's Christian
IKTiuice 1'nion nnd the First Young Wo
men's Christian Tcmiwrnncc Union, both
of I'hilnilclnhin. arc into each other1
hair anil the courts over the matter of a
name in a way edifying to all who still
revere gentle wonrinhoocl nnd the Chris
tian virtues of harmony and good will.
t makes nn awful difference in the inter
est of temperance whether one is merely
a young woman or a first young woman.
Thk Atlanta Constitution has started
nn clcphunt fund, the object being to get
one of the thick-hided monsters for the
children to play with in the park. Per
haps it's not u timely suggestion, out we
can't help thinking that il Atlanta wouin
put a tail nnd a trunk on its artesian
well something it doesn't know what in
the world to do with it would have a
bigger elephant on its hands than any
Humbug llnrnum ever showed.
It seems incredible thnt any person un
der a hundred years old could live in our
time and not know the bunco man ol
cities, the prize package swindler and the
fact that the gas should be turned on
nnd not blown out. Yet only n few days
ago a youthful married couple on their
honeymoon trip blew out the gns in u
hotel in Nebraska nnd sufTbcntcd them
selves. Did they not know how to read,
nnd did they take no ncwspncr in cither
one of the respective families to which
that hapless bride nnd groom belonged .
It is in the very nir thnt thccoinmission-
crs to the Presbyterian Assembly are wel
come. The fact is, Asheville is looking
her prettiest in their or somebody'! hon
or. Tlie dust I! mm, me irecunrcurci"
in new spring goods, the hills and inonn
tnins arc grainier than ever, some of our
sidewalks are clean, and, as n nuin with
holfnneyecnnscc, we ore having some
new paving done thnt bids Inir to aston
ish the world. In return for nil this the
delegates ns they appear on the streets,
add to our other attractions u certain
dignified tone that pays for ull the good
things we have mentioned.
Thkkk is a great amount of discussion
in the South on the "negro problem" so-
enlicil. but il is almost altogether in the
iicwspiiikts. The topic is seldom heard
on the streets, in public hnllsornl homes.
That being the ense does it not occur to
some of our contemporaries that they arc
firing at mosnnitos on their eyebrows in
stend of nt real betirs up a tree? In this
section at least the negro has all his own
riuhls and now nnd then sonic of the
while man's. There arc norncciuarnis.
To anv the least, the topic is getting to
be offensive througlicoustunt reiteration
lt us lirinu our argument to bear on
the weather instead.
Wu ARB grcntlv astonished to sec one
of our esteemed conlcniionirics,tlicgunr
diiin of clnssic English in its neck o' woods,
misiisiiiu the word nvocation. A man's
vocation is the trade or profession he
earns his living by ; his nvocntioii is the
hobby that occupies his leisure hours in
an nmnteur way. Thus if the esteemed
editor of our contemporary should, after
instructing kings nnd congress as hedoes
daily, occupy his remaining time in mnk-
ini violins for musical Inemls he would
have for his avocation fiddle making
but his vocation would still Iw ncwspnprr
work. All of which the editor in question
knew venrs nnd years ago nnd only for
From time lo time certain rcprescntn
lives ol the colored wing, suddenly nil
noiince that they arc "agin" Harrison
If thnt were all thcgnindson of his grand
fnther had to contend with how hnppy
he would Ik to Iw sure. Colored politl
cinnsmaken mighty noise when they
think they arc rendy to Ingin to attempt
to discuss seceding from theO. 0. P.; but
ns no one ever heard of a really indrpend
cut voter nmong them the racket seldom
reaches the cars of the Washington poll'
tician. Anyway these revoltsarcnlwnys
lurrnusc the colored brethren are refused
offices, n very selfish reason for a' stanv
lede, especially in view of the fact that
no one even asserts thnt the public ser
vice would be bctlcrcd by the colored
politician in office.
HAPPY AFFAIR AT BATTERY
PARK LAST NIGHT.
ADDRESSES OF WELCOME AND
A Re on That Will I.onit be
Remembered by Three Hun
Three hundred nnd four wns the num-
ler who nttended the reception given by
the Presbyterian church of Ashcyillc to
the General Assembly nt Bnttcry Park
last night. It was an affair thnt will
not soon lie forgotten by those who were
present. As early as a o'clock the first
of the guests began to arrive and a half
hour later the main corridor of the hotel
was one solid mass of humanity. At
nine the sicakers held n levee in the par
lor. In the line were Kev. George Suni
mcy, K. U. Gurrett, C. Iv. Grahnm, Kev.
W. S. P. Hryan, Dr. James Park, Geo. S.
Powell, Gov. Fowle, Rev. VV. T. Thomp
son, D. 11., of Charleston, Kev. Joseph
A. Wilson, Col. L. A. Perrin, T. A. Whar
ton, T. H. Cobb, Judge J. A. Orr, Rev. J.
L. Stevens, Kev. J. I). O. Drown, Rev. R.
P. Farris, T. II. Law, S. D. Hoggs, T. L.
Hnnnn mid Rev. Miles Saunders. The
line passed from lclt to right, nnd before
the last had been greeted by the distin
guished sinkers und the committee it
The guests at once repaired to the
music hall where the baniuct had lieen
spread. The room had liccn elaborately
and tastily decorated. The stage was a
bank of green and in each of the windows
were hung floral decorations. Potted
plants stood on the mantles, and from
each chandelier hung n gaily colored
Chinese lantern. The effect of the whole
was decidedly pleasing. At each plate
was a boutonniere. Dr. II. G. Hill
asked the blessing and the guests at once
began doing justice lo the good things
of the menu.
When this pleasant work wnsconcluded
Kev. W. S. P. Bryan, master of ceremo
nies, introduced the first sjicnkcr of the
evening, Governor Fowlc, who welcomed
the guests to the State of North Carolina.
The speaker expressed his pleasure at be
ing called upon to welcome the rcprcsen.
tative men of the General Assembly to
Asheville and remarked that no duty had
ever devolved upon him which afforded
him more pleasure. He had made a prom
ise to the Rev. Mr. Wilson, he said, to
iicuk five minutes if it took nn hour nnd
a quarter to do it. The Governor s sully
was received with appluusc and the au
dience were put in a good humor which
lasted until thecloscof theprogrnm. Tile
remainder of Governor Fowle's sccel
abounded in wit, humor und pathos. He
sMkc of the time he had united with the
resbytennn church at Princeton and ol
his having adhered to its doctrines. To
North Carolina and Asheville he paid n
number of compliments while he wel
corned his hearers to the sacred soil they
now occupied. The Governor welcomed
them to Asheville, nnmed after one of the
distinguished Revolutionary families and
to Buncombe county nnd the State nnd
hcqied thnt they would some day meet in
his home, the capital,
In greeting the guests in the name of
the Presbytery of Mecklenburg, Kev. T
A. Wharton spoke of the time when the
Assembly hail been welcomed to the city
of Charlotte in lHflnnd of its being then
the rcprcsentntivccity of the State. Now
they had returned to North Carolina and
were in the representative city of this
Suite of the new South. lie spike feelingly
of the Presbytery of Mecklenburg and
kindlv of Asheville and assured his hear
ers that when they met her they might
prepare to have a good time
Mr. T. II. Cobb caught liunsell twice
while addressing the guests in sinking
to them as "gentlemen of the jurv." He
referred to the Sicakcrs who preceded
him and of the welcome they had given
und of how he came in the name of the
citizens of Asheville who wished him to
tender to them a worm welcome to
their mountain clad homes, lie echoed
the sentiments of the citizens, he snid
when he told them that they were gursts
who brought pleasure to their hosts. It
affords them pleasure to administer to
their comforts and they were glad to
follow the Arab customs nnd lay all they
had at the feet of their hosts. "My mis
sion is accomplished," he snid, in conclu
siim, "when 1 sny that Asheville hearts
say that you arc heartily and earnestly
Cniitnin S. F. Vcnnhlc welcomed the
guests in the nnmc of the Presbyterian
church of Asheville. lie spoke of the
pleasure it had given the members of the
local church when the Assembly decided
to conic nnd he extended to them a warm
welcome in the name of the church.
This completed the greetings nnd Rev,
George Sumnicy wns called upon before
the icsiionses were begun to rend the let'
ters of reurct thnt had licen received. He
asked for siwcch from Mr. George
Powell, the chairman of thecommittee on
arrangements. Mr. Powell responded
but excused himself from u formal Swcch
The first response, "The Church,
wns mndc bv the Rev. Jnmes Park. lie
held the attention of thenudiencc closely
"The Historic Past" wns a subject
which the Reverend W. T. Thompson
D. P., made one of the most earnest
speeches of the evening It was roundly
nnnlnudcd. The faith once delivered to
the saints gave the Rev. C. R. Hemphill
D, D., who responded, an opportunity to
refer to the discussion in the Northern
church over the confession of faith. He
opposed the revision in n forcible manner
and the sentiment of his audience wns
evinced by the applause which followed.
"The Eldership" was a subject which
Judge J. A. Orr, of Mississippi, made
pleasant with a happy address.
A feature oft he evening wusthercsXnsc
to "The Institutions of Learning" made
bp the Kev. Joseph K. Wilson, D. D., the
stated clerk of the Assembly. Dr. Wilson
wus very happy in his remarks.
"The Work of the Dav" wnsubly hand
led by Col. L. A. Perrin, nnd the "Relig
ious Press" by the Rev. R. P. Fnrris, I.
I)., nnd "The Outlook" by the Rev. D. O.
Davies, I). I)., closed the program. It
was then 12:30 o'clock. From every
point of view the reception was a suc
cess. It was made so largely ny tne un
ceasing efforts of the Rev. W. S. P. Bryan
and Colonel nnd Mrs. J. B. Steele. Col.
Steele devoted himself to the managerial
part of the program, Mrs. Steele to the
decorative and Mr. Bryan to seeing thnt
everybody enjoyed the occasion. All
three were successful.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
The seven o'clock closing idea will In-
tried by Charlotte merchants.
It is lielicvcd that n valuable gypsum
lied has been found in Fayettcville.
Another coninnnv has liccn formed ut
Salisbury to work ihegrniiite quarries in
Two street car horses ran nwny nt
Charlotte and one of them struck his
head ngaiust an electric light Mile and
The Farmers' Alliance arc to start a
plug tobacco factory at Durham. Work
ii me ouiiuiug win iik ik-uu mk,,,,,
The Victor mills chapel nt Charlotte
( Presbyterian I has liccn regularly organ
ized, making lour Presbyterian eliurcncs
The friends of the Mount Airy nnd
Stntesville railroad Icel ccrtuin thnt stcs
will lie taken nt once to push the road to
an early completion.
Rev. Sam loncs has accented the invi-
tntion from Wilmington to hold n series
of revival meetings there. The date has
not been decided on.
Raleigh Corresimndent Wilmington
Messenuer: Collector h. A. white says
there arc in this district 14,000 dealers
in liquor and tobacco.
Capital citv dentists have organized
themselves into the Raleigh dental so
ciety, with Dr. J. II. Crawford as presi
dent and Ur. . It. Lounon as secretary.
Valuable discoveries of iron ores hnve
list been made in Chatham county,
Some nualvscs ol tnese wnicn nave occn
completed show the ores to be of great
Dr. William A. Hammond, a distin
uuished Washington physician, will at
tend the meeting of the State medical so-
cty at Oxford anil deliver a lecture on
The Durham Glolie uives a favorable
account of the profits from exwriments
mnoc in canning, i "c turn, m uuwm
$150, for nn outfit, and $40 a day profit
can be realized.
A man nnmed Annie hns been incarcer
ated, accused of stealing a thousand
mile ticket nt Hickory. 1 lie ticket was
not proHTly signed and Apple could not
make any use ol it.
The Nashville Arironnut learns from
good authority that Secretary of State
Blaine is the bondsmnn on the official
bond of Lee Pearson, the negro postmas
ter ut Kocky Mount,
The Fife meeting has closed at Gasto-
nin. Three thousand persons were pres
ent Sunday. Two wmskey guugers
arose in the audience and said they were
done with whiskey.
A fine oil nortrnit of Governor Dudley
hns liccn received at Raleigh by Governor
Fowlc. There arc now in tne executive
office fifteen portraits, and a bust in mar
ble ot uovcrnor runs.
The State Convention ol the Kincs
DiiiiL'hters will meet nt lirccnslioro ed
ncsdnv to Ik in session two (lays. This
is the first convention of the order ever
held in the State.
Gold is bcinc found on the surface, nnd
is supposed to lie in immense quantities
on the Innds of GillKrt Holler, three or
lour miles east of Hickory. Some nug
nets huvc been found worth Jli.fiO or
Licuf. AblKy of the United States reve
nue cutter Mcvcns nas sum tnni ne
would uunrantce the State of North Car
olina one million dollars it it would give
him the exclusive privilege of its oyster
II. C. Ikies, of Charlotte, has received
the order from the secrctnry of the nnvy
directum thnt the United Stntcs flags be
lorwarded there lor tne will ol Alny cel
ebration. There are one hundred and
thirty-six tings in the lot.
A plain split bottom chair, a good
deal the worse for wear, passed through
Salisbury going to C. F.Gunter, Chicago.
It was sent by Mrs. K. Iv. rolls, ot orcens-
horo. nnd the inirchuscr Paid $44) for it,
It wns a chair Hint jcnerson unvis nnu
The cominir encampment of the Stntc
Gunrds will IK by regiments instead of
brigade. The l ust nnd l turd regiments
will encamp together from July 22 to
Inly 21). inclusive, nnd the Second nnd
rotirtll regiments win enenmp logcutcr
from August o to 12, inclusive.
The executive commute for the Sixth
judicial district, composed of the counties
ol Jones, Lartcrct, ucnoir, uupiiti.anmii
son. Pender and New Hanover, met li
Goldsboro. They decided upon July 9 as
the ilay for the judicial convention nnd
Kinston ns the place.
It is rumored nt Marion this week thnt
Captain Jim Gudgcr, of Asheville is a
enndidnte for the congressional nomina
tion in the Ninth district; thnt McDowell
county will hnve more than one candi
date fiir the Solicitorshlp; that Captain
John Gudgcr, of Bnkersville, is a candi
date for the Senatorial nomination in
this district. Morganton Herald.
This is considered a beautiful place for
a home. It overlooks the French Brond
river and the entire city of Asheville.
Thirty-two lots will be sold to-morrow
at 12 o'clock. Tnke Patton avenue line
at 11. HO and you will be shown the
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia Collcn. of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
USC M OFF SHOTS
tint sr. s Spwllle.
CMtaUtaf M mtAtm, Sn.
Mm .r iwmIIm. lh.. m
r-r mU. b, SraaiM. mr hf
CTtjHBtAi nurrmmm unuv tv.
5J Main It., BulTalo. N.V. ld Intwnttloul Bride, Ost
yuu SAL (V
J. S. GRANT.
If your prttcrijitiunM are prepared at
Orant'B I'hnrmncy you can positively dc-
tend upon these acts; I-'int, that only tht
purest and best drugs ami chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed euretully and accurately by an exieri
enced I'rvscriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at n very reuf
sonuble profit. Don't litrget the place
rant's I'harniacy, 24 South Mainstrcet,
Prescriptions filled ut all hours, night
or day, and deliveied free ol charge to
any part of tlie city. Tlie night bell will
be answered promptly. Orunt'i I'liur-
macy, 24 South Muin street.
At Grant's I'harnuuy you can buy any
Patent Medicine ut the lowest priccquot
ed by any other drug house in tlie city.
We ure determined to sell as low us tlie
lowest, even if we hare to lose money by
so doing. We will sell ull Patent Medi
cines at Brut cost, and below that if nec
essary, lo meet tin: price of any competi
We have the largest assortment ot
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sixes, at the lowest prices.
We are tlie agents for Humphrey's
llomawputhic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Vse liuncomlte Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly teliuble remedy for all
blood diseases is lluncombc Sarsuparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GKANT.rh. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Clone buyers will pleaae noto
the following great induce
ment this week :
lilat'k Molinir Hrillian tines
at r0 and 73c., formerly 75c.
Itlack Tatniise Suitings, GO
and Hoc, former price 75c.
and if 1.
lilack taniol s Hair and
Serge Suitings at 75e. and
if 1, formerly tfl and y 1.2.1.
lilack Trench Henriettas,
50c., 7oc. and $1, former
price ().jc, if I and $1.25.
i-ancy Aionair uniiiani-
ines, .ue. aim i.ic, loriuer
price 75c. nnd if 1.
Uoloreu iicnricuasat zo'.,
3c 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c, 8c, and 12c.
Wash Dress Fabrics, Lawns
and Prints at .'lc and up.
1 rencn and Domestic but
ines at popular prices.
Dress (iuighams nnd Seer
suckers, large variety.
Outing Cloths, Table Lin
ens, white nnd colored.
White Goods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Ham
burgs, Laces, Underwear,
Gloves and Mitts. Largo
assortment and low prices.
l'arnsols and Sunshades,
tho most attractive in tho
city. I'riccs lower than else
where. .lust received A new lot of
Black and Cream Lnco Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
Something iNewwo sen
the only absolutely FaBt
Black Hosiery in the market
made by Smith & Angoll
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOVTH MAIN 0TRBKT
Opposite Baak af AatMTtUa.
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