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THE WEEKLY CITiZEN.
Asheville Daily Citizen,
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VOLUME VI. NO. 48.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, JULY i, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned aud devel
oping us a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
f ul 11088 and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNY1LLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,-
LIhtIHc Mitchell Co., N. C.
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Apron, Handkerchief and
At Ufl per cent and 331 per cent, less than
All Mew and I-le4 sMplee.
3ii a. MAIN ST., ASHBVILLB,
is Tim riAea run
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
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(ucceMora to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
R h A I FX I A I h
1 Loans Securely Placed at
I t Per Cent.
I Notary Public. Commlsaloncra ol Deeds.
fteill EatXe Brokers,
And Inreatntent Agcnta,
Mian as urely placed at S per cent.
oSIomi MAM Pattun Ave Second Boor.
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REAL ESTATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
PIRB INSURANCB PLACHD IN TWBNTY
OF THB BUST COMPANIB8 IN
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STATU, AOBNT FOR THBDBTROIT FIRB
AND UUHOLAR PROOF 8AFH CO,
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81 Pattoa Ate., Ashcvilto, M. C.
BYBBtY DAY THIS WEEK
. FOR THB
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Oreat Comedy Play entitled
Has bees withdrawn after a very soccwahil
raa,aad arc now present our matchless
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT P0PJ
DOOM OPF.N AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
Big Lot of Harper's
ONLY EIGHTEEN CENTS.
BEST MAKES, PRICE THEM.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS.
Hammocks and everything
in the line of '
CAEAFEA THAN ANYBODY
I, w. u. wills. abtmubj. wills.
AHHBVILLU, N. C.
qihce Barnard building, f. U. Dpi 80
Plana, Speclficatlpns, Detain, &.. forevery
else, of palldlni at short aotce.
AUTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and tea as, aprlfldam
F. A. GRACE,
FRESCO DECORATOR .
Will Baccate In
Encaustic or Oil
. Special Designs
PUCOR ATI VK COMPOMTIOM,
teallatlc-rioral, Rcnalaaaacc k
Address 28 WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 848, A.bcvllk, N. C.
V. C. C ARMIGIIAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing so you can nave
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicinoH and such articles
at Cannichael's Drug Store.
IHh stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com-
lietition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C
You will lie surprised to see
liow for 8. 10, fl2 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Unl-
tlren's and Boys' Suits in
Away below those grades
wo show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men sliand
sewed Kaniraroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
iH Richmond taking advant
age of tho usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHALL ARES, HATS,
' SHOES AND CARPETS.
79 PATTON AVE.
Eleirant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all. by day and night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
naratus ice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kmney'H (.igar
t'ttos Choico Perfumery and
Soaps l'rescri ption Depart
ment neat und clean Medi
al supplies unquestionably
tho tmrest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever liefore patronage in
crensinir. public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drag
distributor for a hundixnl
miles around comiretttion
relegated to the real too
husv to say moro to-day
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gist, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
In cash will be paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Asheville as
shown by tho official
oonsus now being ta
ken. You are not limited
to one guess but ran
guess as often as you
make a purchase.
If two or more niako
tho nearest guesH, the
prize will bo given to
tho guess received
Let all como and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACT8 AND COMMENTS.
Hknmv Bouoiiton, R young Illinois
farmer, hnijuat fallen heir to $300,000
by the death of a relative who did bual
neu on Broadway, New York,
Tiik chamber of commerce and Mr. I.
L. Scale have had righted a wrong under
which thil plucc ht long labored. At a
result of their effort the railroad author
ities have made Slatciville a summer ex
cursion oint and summer return ticliets
can now be bought to Statesvillecbruper
than to any other point in western North
vnrunna. aiHiravmc LHinuiiiurK.
How about Asheville?
Thr Emperor Francis Joseph, of Aus
tria, wouldn't allow his daughter on
her marriage to accept presents voted to
her by municipal councils. If Francis
Joseph had been President of the United
States, maybe he wouldn'tallow bis wilt
to accept a summer houae from John
Wanamaker and other. Wilmington
Rain In Tiik I'ack.o noted Sioux chief,
second only to the famous Sitting Bull,
has been stabbed by a deserted njimw
and will probably die. To a man who
has like Kain In The Face been promi
nent in all of the wars of his nation for
half a century and who was the one who
killed General Custer, it must be rather
humiliating to be obliged to die at the
hand of a Kunw.
Tin need no comment it is from
'Col," Shcpnrd's sheet, the Mail and
"If Mrs. Ilnrrison ran do anything let
ter or prettier than her own paintings ol
flowers on porcelain, it must be just thr
most exjiuiaite work that man or angel
ever beheld. So natural ure these pro
duct ioi s, that the birds try to lodge in
the brandies, and mun to enjoy the per
La Liiikratr, a lending organ of Fori,
concludes an editorial on the McKinlcy
tariff bill as follows:
"Everything goes from bad to worse in
the great American democracy since the
triumph of the republicans. The Chicago
exhibition i ndmittcd to lie a fiasco; the
military pensions that in 1887 amounted
to $80,000,000 amount in lH00to$lOG,-
000,000. This is one of the consequences
of democracy tbut Dc Tocqucville did not
Ip tiik request is granted a novel feat
ure of the World's Fair will be that pro
posed by W. H. Crubb, State Viticultural
Commissioner of California, who has
asked the World's Fair directors for the
privilege of having a fountain of pure na
tive wine at the Fair. Mr. Crabb wants
to hurl a perpetual column of wine fifty
feet and keep it flowing throughout the
period of the fair. He propose to change
the variety every week. Mr. Crabb pro
duces 1,000,000 gallon every year from
hi vineyard at Oakville, Napa Valley.
With his usual sagacity Mr. Illnine is
trying to extricate hi party from the
complication of blunders in which it is
nvolving itself. The path of safety which
he points out is a virtual but not an
avowed abandonment of the protection
policy. It point straight to ultimutc
free trade; but Harrison, Kccd, McKin
lcy, Sherman, Allison and iicrhaps a doi-
en more of the leader have their eye on
the Presidency, and their rivalries may
prove fatal to Blaine's policy und lender-
hip. St. Loui Post-Dispatch.
A rrsiiiknt of Asheville writes to Tiik
Citizkn to tell of some irrcgulnritics of
the census enumerator. By request his
name is withheld, but can be had upon
application at the business office. If
much of this ha been going on it i time
to call a holt. The census of Asheville is
of too much iniH)rtnnce to be gathered
in such a cureless manner. The letter is
Ahiikvii.lk, June .10, lH'.M).
Kditor Citixcn : It is taken for granted
that the present census will be as nearly
exact as possible, but it the census taker
for Asheville is as exact in oiiiuiiiing inc
necessary information for a true count as
he has been in my case, the citizens ol
Asheville will have but a very uncertain
knowledge ot the population ol the city.
lie did cull at my houae, and finding
every one out but the servants, he ac-
nuirca nis Knowicmrc oi my inmiiy iroin
tlie cook, wuom i naa una nut two
month and who knew a much of the
questions to be answered as she docs ol
the higher mathematics.
I believe it is the duty of every one to
do nil in their itowcr to make this census
reliable, and if the census taker will do
me the honor to call, 1 will be very happy
to irive linn all the information he de
sires except such questions as are imcr-
Tub luturc of Senator Ingalls grows
darker with every day. C. K. Holiday,
editor ol the Kansas Democrat, published
at Topeka, has been interviewed in Chi
cago and he gives the fire eating senator
a black eye of considerable dimensions,
"There con be no doubt of Ingnlls' dc
feat," he said. "The reason for this is
that the people of Kansas are tired of
and with him. He has been in the senate
for eight years, and in that time he has
done nothing for us. We favor the silver
bill, but he doesn't; we favor tariff
form, but he doesn't, and this make us
hot, although tmssihly he thinks that in'
asmuch as he obtained his scat in the
senate by corrupt mcuns, he should not
be considered a public servant. The chief
opiiosition i coming from the farmers,
whose strength, according to the rolls of
the thousand of alliance in Kansas,
amounts to 180,000 votes. Mast of the
strength comes from the republican side,
although the democratic party will be
hurt, too, Our vote will not be more
than about sixty thousand, and the re
publican vote will be even smaller. The
majority of the State senate, though re
publican, i bitterly opposed to Ingalls,
and out of the 125 members of the house
when it meet Ingall will not have more
THIRTY DEAD BODIES DIS
COVERED AT DUNBAR.
THE DREAD CHOLERA HAS REACH
Fifteen Hones Burned to ncalli
mt Baltimore Hendricks Hon
omcnt Dedicated To-Day.
Special to The Cltlien,
Dt'NiiAR, Pn., July 1. The resellers
reached the burning mine to-dny. Tlic
worst was realized. Thirty bodies wen-
found. All will be out by to-night.
Special to Til Citizkn.
Ciiicai-.o, July 1. The death list of the
past two days as compiled this morning
is two hundred. At noon to-day the
thermometer registered one hundred and
lour. This morning there . was a ruin
The Cholera In Portugal,
Mliedal to The Cltlica.
LisniiN, July 1, Asiatic cholera has
broken out here.
A ioo.ooo Fire.
special to The Cltlscn.
Baltimomk, July 1. Gribbiu's livery
stuble burned this morning. Fifteen
horses were burned loss $100,000.
Drowned at Henderson v Hie.
Succial to Tub Citiibm.
Hkniikksonvillk, June 30. A snd case
of drowning occurred here this morning.
Robert Price, a lad ten or eleven years of
age, was in a boat witnotnersman ooys,
in a deep hole in the old run of Mud
creek. One of the boys began to move
the, boat from side to side. This fright
ened Robert and he junqied overboard
into very deep water. None of the party
could swim. The unfortunate boy sank
in a few moments. Theothcr boys brought
the boat ashore and ran up town lor as
sistance. Itcnmctoolntc. After the recov
ery of the body every effort was made by
Dr. Few and other to bring back the
fleeting breath, but in vain. Robert was
the eldest son of Mr. Anna Price of this
place. Mrs. Price has the sympathy ol
the whole community in thi sad a mic
tion. The Hendricks Monument.
Special to Thb Citiibm.
Inpianapoi.is, uly 1. The unveiling ol
the Hendricks monument to-day is per
haps the most imposing event in the his
tory of the State. The city is crowded
with prominent democratic clubs and
lending democrats ol the nation are here
a well. Amongtheae are Governor Hill,
of New York, Governor Hovey, Senators
Voorhces and Turpie. A stone plaxa has
been laid about the monument. The
welcoming address was delivered from
this stand by Governor Hovey. This
was followed by the unveiling by Mrs.
Hendricks, widow of the deceased vice
president. Five hundred children sang
chorus and then Senator Turpie delivered
the oration and Jnmes Whitcomb Kilcy
The Hex Carnival opened.
Special to Thb Citiibm.
Oodbn. Utah, July l.-Thc great wes
tern Rex carnival begun here to-day with
the arrival of 400 of tlte New Orleun's
Rex organisation. The mayor ol Ogdcn
delivered them the keys of the city and
they arc now in msacsaion. The presen
tation took place in the carnival palace,
a building 31 feet long and 130 feet
The Democrats'; Turn.
giednl to The Cltlsea.
Sckanton, Pa., July 1. 1 lie hrsi ue-
tachment of tlie Slate democracy has
reached here and by to-night five thous
and will be ready to discuss the candi
date who are to Ik nominated to-mor
row and the campaign which i to be
begun. Puttison and Wallace will make
a warm fight lor the gulKirnalorial nom
The Weekly payments.
Sneclal to Tub Citiikn.
Nkw Yiihk, July 1. Weekly payment
go into effect throughout the htatc to
day. All the conmration, municipal
and mercantile, hnvc been orrnngmg lor
the change anil there is no opposition to
the law and no disHisilion to evade it
or to test it validity.
The Boiler Manufacturers.
anedal to The Cltlica.
Nkw Yokk. July 1. The American
Boiler Manufacturer' Association is in
session at the Park Avenue hotel lo-dny.
A urand and flood Idea.
The State committee of the Young
Men's Christian Association of North
Carolina will maintain an Association
tent at tlie annual encampment of tlie
State Guard at Wrightsville July 22 to
August 12. The tent will be filled out
with the usual convenience ol the Young
Men's Christian Association rooms such
as reading matter, writing materials and
games. Kntrrtnltimcnts will be held and
on Sundays there will lie religious meet
ings. The expenses will be met by con
tributions from the various local Asso
Millie Rice, colored, wns arrested this
morning (or cruelly licntlnghcrelght-yenr
old child on Sunday at her home on Pat
ton avenue. She wns taken before Usqulre
Ingram, of Avery' Creek, who was In
the city, and fined CO cent and cost
amounting in all to $.0.
pnJTOo to Brown & Thrush's for a full
line of house-furnishing goods, stoves and
tinware at Brown fit Tbraih's.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Greensboro ha organized
Wilmington is indulging in
sale ol real estate.
The Union county democratic con veil
tion will be held July 10.
Tarlmro has a monthly devoted to
fun and matrimony named Hymen.
A large number of Raleigh street car
dorses have been overcome by the in
The illness of I. A. C. Gruber, an en
gineer on the A. T. & O. at Statesvillc,
Raleigh is kicking because its electric
lights are no better than a good sized
student s lamp.
The Greenville. S.C.. government build
ing is to be constructed of brown stone
Irom Ntnlord, N. C.
Miss Mittic Thompson.of Wilmington
narrowly eacaird drowning while surl
uutning at Carolina bcuch
A fire broke out in F, & II. Fries cot
ton factory at Winston but was cxtin-
Kui.iicu wun uui lime unniugCi
I..! 1 ...T.I- .1
'rof. Chns. I. Parker, late of Kalcigh
gruut-ii bciioois, mis ucen civcica suicrin-
undent ot the larboro graded school.
An incendiary fired tlie store of J. P.
Stewart at Itattlcboro. but it was dis
covered immediately and extinguished.
Garfield Jones, a ten year old Wilming
ton colored boy was drowned in the
Cape Fear river, near Wilmington, while
riding the waves.
The democratic executive committee in
the eleventh district metat Gastonia and
decided to hold their convention at Lin-
colnton on Thursday, August 14.
Cabbage were a failure thi season
with the truckers around Wilmington
and dealers and market men get their
supplies of this vegetable from Virginia.
II. P. Kennedy, who struck John IHxon
with a halclwt in New Berne, and whose
friends declared he was insane, has been
adjudged so by a physician und taken to
the Goldsboro asylum.
0. W. Bain, State treasurer is again at
his mst. lie snys his accident at (ircena
boro did not amount to anything, and
that tlie newspaper rcxirts of it have
been greatly exaggerated.
Col. lohn N. Whitford. one of the lend
ing public men of Jones county, is dead.
lie was a gallant soldier and had served
several terms in the legislature. The
last time he was in the senate.
Col. A. B, Andrews, of Raleigh, and
Col. Thomas B. Kcogli, of Greensboro.
commissioners representing North Caro
lina, are at Line-ago attending a meet
ing of the commissioners of the World's
The Southern Educational Association
begins its sessions at More bend City to
day. Railroads make the same rates as
to the Teacher Assembly and the Atlan
tic City Hotel gives a reduced rate to all
Madison Hawkins, supervisor for the
second census district, is out with a card
asking that any oversights of the enumer
ators be reported to him. He is interested
personally in seeing that ins district
moke a good (bowing.
When a son of A. C. Moore, near Chat
ham, went to feed his guinea he missed
one of them. A short search revealed a
bull frog with a foot sticking from its
mouth and on cutting the frog open the
missing fowl was found inside.
A Wilmington negro, wha emigrated
to Arkansas but who was lucky enough
to get back, is out with a card in tlie
Wilmington ixipcr telling how nappy he
is to be home, and alleging cruelties,
which il they exist, are somctning terri
ble. An attempt was made to wreck the
wsscngcr train on the Charlotte, Colum
bia and Augusta railroad. A bar of iron
ten fcet long was driven into the track
so that one end projected across the rail.
The pilot ol the engine was torn away
but no serious damage was done.
Rt. Rev. A. A. Wntson. D. I).. Bishop
of the Diocese of Bast Carolina, was
married at Wilmington Saturday to Miss
Mary t. Uord, daughter ol the late Mr.
P. 1. Ixrd. The ceremony took place in
St, lames' church, at H.II0 o'clock, and
was iwrformcd by the rector of the
church, Kcv. Robert Strange.
The Rockingham Rocket states that
a lew years ago Mr. S. M. Thomas, ol
Lnurinburir. uurchnsed a niece of nroorrtv
in Asheville for which lie mid JU!,MM.
Last week ne sold mat same proin-rly
lor hi,(hhi. i ne increase in real
tntc valuation in Asheville has been phe
nomenal in t lie last year or two,
Mr. Htigene M arrow a deputy marshal
nt this place who was taken sick here
several days ago with fever and carried
out to his father's a lew miles in the
country, died yesterday evening ulmut i
o'clock. Mr. Murrow was about thirty
year ol age and wns n well hum, stout
vigorous man. urcenkiioro workman.
lim McCoppin, colored, wn arrested
in Salisbury lor stealing some doming
lie wns formerly a convict ana nno nis
leg broken while nt work on the Due
town railroad. He said the State was
t , . , , .r
responsible for his lame condition and
that he wanted to get back into tlie pen
itentiary, so ns to be supported by the
Last Friday a little two year old child
of Mr. lake Lassitcr, near Wall s l-crrv
wns killed under peculiar circumstances,
The little fellow wns playing at riding
on a "flying mure," constructed of a hor
izontal pole that whirled round on an
upright post, when the pole slipped off
and threw the child to the ground, the
fall resulting in death ny the pole lulling
on him. KocKingnnm Kocket.
North Carolina now has a State choral
union. At the musical festival recently
held in Charlotte a committee was ap
pointed to take the necessary steps. It
met nt ureensooro aia organized witn
the following officers: President, oseph
Maclean, ot Charlotte: vice president. Is,
A. liliert. of Salem: secretary and treas
urer, v. r. Summey, ol Charlotte,
A anedal dispatch from Groverton
Tex., any: Great excitement was caused
here Inst night by the suicide of a beauti,
ful vounn- ladv. Miss Annie Turner,
dauuhter of Judge John B. Turner, and
the excitement was Intensified when the
father took the pistol from the hand of
his dying daughter and killed Proi.
Davis. Nothing Is known as to the
cause of the tragedy. Prof. Davis came
here lost March from. Wake Forest col
lege, North Carolina, and took charge of
the academy at ttu place, ne was
good looking young
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46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Bargains t Bargains t
Wo offer greater induee-
nieniH to eah buyers of Dry
fioods than any Iiouho in
All our DonieHtic (ioodri
bought before tho rino of cot
ton tiro now Hold ut prime
Fan and I'iuiihoIm, tho
bent Koloetion in town, re-
gardloHM of t'ost.
CurtaiiiH in great variety
'or loauj than you can buy
Tablo Linen, Toweln, Nai
iiiH and DoilieH at prieeej
that defy eom petition.
Whito Goods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their
Our stock is very largo and
wo aro determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call and see us before
All Goods aro now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
4 SOUTH MAIM STKBBT,
Oppoarw) Bask si Aaaalki
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