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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Asheville Daily Citizen
t FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOBSALt;
Th Wixu.Lt Citiikk to full of local and
Stale news; Just the thing to send to anyone
Inquiring about Asheville. luiwd Thursday.
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One Time, 3S cent. Three Timet, BO cent.
Six Times, 70 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 54.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A iilure planned unci duvel
oping us u
Situated in tlio
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet
. with cool
It in being laid out with
tasto and Bkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
prolituble investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LiMvillc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
BON MARC H E.
DRUMMERS' 8AMPLE8 OF
Apron), Handkcrcliicnt and
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All Mew aud Ijslcnl sMylca.
33 t, MAIN ST., A8UBV1LLU,
istmh rues rua
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
WCt'b Tooth, W. W. Wkst.
GWYN & WEST,
(nccetaora to Walter B.Owjrn)
REFER TO MNK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
LoaiiM Securely Placed at
Commissioner, of Detda.
FFICR-4toatnau Coart acjaar.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Inveatnient Agent.
Loan, t. urcly placed at 8 per cent,
omen: 94 ft 30 Fatton Are. Second floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
Wnuld.'t buy timber lands, mineral pru-
eelks or Aimnrlll ttral Hstate 1
Then call on a., Horatio, and we will aire
the. thy money, worth..
W. can sell the. a house lot, lend thee shek
el, to sict dwelling thereon, and Insure
the snme la ant Hire Insurance Company
doing business la this Stat.
Olv. us a call, Horatio I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE IROKERS.
wan v aw, cntwAiw asiwvss,
na pattca Ave., AakavUlt, M. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Has been withdrawn after a very successful
run, and we now present our matchless
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT .POPJ
DOOM OPEN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
Big Lot of Harper's
ONLY EIGHTEEN CENTS.
BEST MAKES, PRICE THEM.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS.
Iummocks and everything
in the line of
CAEAPE THAN ANYBODY
i k k k k k
I. W. U. WILL.
AH1IUVILLB, N. C.
UIHm Barnard BuUdlng. ' P. O. Boa OS.
Plans, Spcclekatloae, Detail., Ac, forevcry
class of building at short notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and set vs. apr.9d.lm
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kmccnlo in
Encauatic or Oil
Address. Be) WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX trio, AshtvUM, N. C.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing bo you can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carmichoers Drug Store
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
You will be surprised to see
how for $8, $10, $12 and
f!5 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and lioys' Suits m
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men's hand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and ValiHcs and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Hod wood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, ORY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE-
Elegant 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
ty telephono attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettes Choice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and cleun Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage iil
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for n hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Squaro, Ashe
ville, N. C.
In cash will be paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Asheville an
shown by the official
census now being ta
ken. You are not limited
to ono guess but ran
guess as often as you
mako a purchase.
I f two or more make
the nearest guess, the
prize will bo given to
tho guess received
Ict all coino and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Thr student, in a school for the blind
in Worcester, Mass., play cricket splen
didly with a bnll in which a belt hus becu
Mkb. Alicb Shaw, the whistler, who
has charmed all Europe and America
with her flute like notes, has an engngc-
mcnt to whistle before the Cznr.
A call has been issued to thechnirmen
of the democratic executive committees
ol the different townships of Buncombe
county to meet on Saturday the 11! tb for
the purpose ol choosing delegate, to meet
in Asheville on Saturday the 10th. Site-
ciltl attention is called to it. It is of the
Kino Kalakua the able figurehead
who for a consideration is called the
ruler of the Fandwicb Islands, has just
got rid of his old cabinet and appointed
a new one. The trouble was that a de
cision given by the attorney general did
not meet with the approval ol the legis
lature and they made a kick. The attor
ney general was backed by nearly all of
the leading lawyers of tlie land but that
made no difference he had to go. The
cabinet followed suit. That is quite after
the style of their American neighbors,
The bruins of the minority cut no figure
whatever. If you don't believe it, look
at the proceedings of the lower house on
Thk Savannah News rciionds to the
uggestioa of the Herald that it is
about time that the Southern democrats,
having the intellect of the party, should
ask for a place on the electoral ticket.
The men of the South," it says, "con
sider the success of the democratic iwrty
above personal gain. They sacrifice
their ambition to the supremacy of dem
There is a chivalrous tremor in this,
but the imnciplc is not sound. The gen
iusofthe democratic party lies in the
South. Look at the senate and the
house. Whut Nortlicrn senator takes
the place of Hendricks and Thurman.
Kaudull is dead; what democratic North
ern member succeeds him? In the sen
ate as in the house, democratic leader
ship comes from the South, There the
democrats should look for a president
worthy of the party's liistorv. New
Pkihmiki) collector J. II. Uavesdocs not
believe in heaping coals of fire on the
bead of his enemies as the following from
the Statesville Landmark would seem to
indicate. It says: Mr. W. W. Matt has
been Collector Eaves' chief deputy ever
since Mr. Eaves took charge of the reve
nue office. Monday morning the collec
tor called Mr. Mott into his private
office and gave him to understand that
lie had concluded to try miming the con
cern without him in short, asked him
for his resignation. Mr. Mott asked him
to put the request in writing and stute
his reasons, which the collector declined
to do, and the chief deputy declined to
resign. Tlte collector tbercuon removed
him and appointed Mr. F. T. Wnlscr in
his stead. Col. W. S. reunion is given
Mr. Wulsrr'sdcsk and Mr. A. l. Kninscy,
of Kowan, that of Col. Pearson. Mr.
Mott wilt resume his place on the States
ville cotton market next fall and is now
making arrangements to go into the
manufacture of tobacco here next year.
Sknatos. Vancb has written a letter to
Ulius Carr on the sub-treasury bill. His
own views on that measure be defines as
follows: "1 cannot support this bill in
its present shape. Iiut lam not opioard
to the principle and ptirioKS of tin
measure. On the contrary, they are
those which I have for ten years advoca
ted, and for the accomplishment of which
1 have in every county in North Carolina
again urged the organisation of farmers,
iwintlng out to them how that all other
clussrs of society were organised for the
promotion of their scMiratc interests. It
shameful truth, that in the enormous
growth of the wealth of our country in
the hist twenty yeurs, the farmers have
not proportionately purtlciMitcd. All
candid men admit that they have not
hud their full shnrc of the aggregate
pro.icrity of our country. Tlie reason
for tills is as plain to be seen as any
cause for any effect, l-'or a quarter of a
century the legislation of our country
ha. been notoriously in the interest ol
certain combinations of capital. The
manufacturers have been protected by
enormous duties UMin foreign imiorts,
many of which lira ntnmlutely prohibi
tory. The currency has been systemati
cally contracted by the withdrawal of
circulation and the demonetisation ol
silver in the interest of the bankers,
brokers, bondholders and nil the creditor
class. In this way the inevitable result,
have been produced. The enormous
wealth of the country has become con
centrated in the hands of a few. Over
grown fortunes have been accumulated
by tlte favored ones, while mortgages
have been the chief acquisition of the
many. The farmer being compiled to
sell his surplus wheat, brcf and cotton in
fret trade markets of tlw world, was not
allowed also to buy his supplies In the
same place, but was compiled to bring
his money home from Euroie and buy
his iron, his clothing and all his farm
supplies tromlhe domestic manufacturers
at prices enhanced not only by these
enormous tariff" dial's, but likewise by
the severe contraction of the currency.
What else could possibly have followed
but indebtedness and bankruptcy for
that class who has thus to bear the ulti
mate burden of the law of economy, and
by which alone the undue riches of class
were secured 1"
NEW YORK SWELTERINC.
THIRTY CASES OF PROSTRA
TION FROM THE HEAT.
FERRYSBURC, MICH., PARTIALLY
DES1ROYED BY FIRE.
Harrison Returning from
tilfl Cotlaice at Capo May Slur,
der at Knoxvllle A Mew
York Tenement Burned.
Special to Tug Citiikk.
Nbw York, July 8. The thermometer
stood at 08 at noon. Up to that time
thirty cases of prostratiun from the heat
had been reported.
Return of the Bribe Taker.
Special to Til 8 ClTltBN.
Camiikn, N.J.July 8. President Har
rison passed through here at 10.00 this
morning. He will be in Washington to-
A Town nurued.
Siwclnl to The Cttltcn.
I'bkkvsiii'RO, Mich., July 8. A terrible
fire is raging here. Thetown is partially
destroyed and over 2,000,000 feet of
lumber has been burned.
A Horrible Murder.
Fokt Pavnk, Aln., July 8. Anderson
Terrrcll and Craft Jucksou quarreled here
yesterday and fought. The men clinched
when Jackson drew n knife anil stabbed
Terrell in the left side, the blade of the
knife entering the nlidomcnalcnvity. The
men continued to fight. Finally Jackson
plunged a knife blade into Terrell's breast
touching the aiiex of the heart. iHuth
followed in twelve minute.. The mur
derer fled to Lookout Mountain, but wan
captured in an hour. He was brought to
the city and locked up in jail. '
Murder at Kuoxvllle.
Knoxvii.i.k, Tcnn., July 8. Nciiuie
U'tHiimcr. u well known woman ol the
town, the Madame at '2'i Croxicr street,
was killed yesterday bv Stella Cole, tin
inmate of lessic Joseph's bagnio, another
house of Croier street notoriety. The
Iced was committed because of jealousy.
fourteen Famine MWved.
Mim-inl to The Cillica.
Nkw York, July 8. A west Ilroadway
tenement house burned this morning.
'oiirtccn families were barely rescued
iroin the flames. Tlie Ions cannot yet be
Montoomkmy, Ala., July 8. A sjieeial
to the Advertiser Irom Tallahassee, I'la..
says the Alliance in that State have
formulated demands to present to all the
candidates for office. They demand the
abolition of the protective t a rill", suit
treasury bill or something better, und
lest pay for legislators.
Mot flulle, But Near It.
Asheville, N. C, is doubtless on a real
boom, but tlie following telegram from
there addressed to the Danville Kcgistcr
should be received with many grain, of
allowance and with due consideration
for the mild mixture in tlie French llroud :
Axiikvii.lk, N. C, JulyS. Tremendous
boom here. Enonnou. crowd of specula
tors on band. Two thousand barrels
if sugar und one million lemons
duiticd into the French Ilroad river
which is damned to furnish lemonade for
the crowd. Things arc in a regular swoop.
ISigncd J. L. P. and U. W.
Twin City Daily.
The Officers) Initialled.
I'isguh Lodge Knights of Pythias in
stalled their newly elected officers lust
night as follows: T. J. lliirgnn, chan
cellor commander; E. I. Mangiim, vice
hnnccllor; T. W. Ilraneh, prelate; I.. P.
McLoud, master of arms. A large man
lier of invited guests were present, among
them many ludies. Alter the ceremony
if installation rvficshiuents were served
and musk was furnished by some of those
The Mayor' Court.
Murphv llurgin was before the Mayor
this morning charged with making
things lively with n pistol on Cripple
creek, lie was fined $"o.
Win. (iibson nnd Alunxo ItulTiiiaii en-
gnged in a row on Cripple creek and
Huffman received n couple of cuts. Tlicy
were fined ti each,
Marshall Jackson was lined and
I3.H0 costs for using profane nnd vul
Tlie French novelist, C.uv dc Maupas
sant, is of medium height, solid, wcll-
iiinii, nnn nns iiie waring oi n smiiicr.
He always ha. a kind word and a cheery
t reeling for all whom lie meets.
While walking through Hnwardrn vil
lage recently, umiisionc was siopiico ur
an amateur photographer, who askrd
him to stand .till for a few minutes. The
Grand Old Man declined, with thmik..
A Few HesKoiM Why.
Among the reasons why the Loniilirnii
property nl Soul h Main and Valley street.
is so vnlunlile is liecnusc It is directly in
front of the unloosed Ininan hotel.
That the latter is assured, you have
only to nsk any one in a iHisition to
know. The hotel will be built in n very
short time. More than that there arc
sewers running in front of every lot and
tlie street curs will soon pas. by every
one. Hut even If they did not, it would
not be nny ((rent loss for the property is
one a lew niiuuics wins iruui uiv vimn
Walk around there some day nnd look
at it nnd on the dnv of the sale you will
I on hnnd bidding for one of those
Keep your eye on the dnte, The sale
occurs ou vteuucMny, juiy iu.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
J. M. Alien, of Aurora, died from tak
mg too much clilorotorm.
The total numltcr oi deaths iu Wil
mmgton during June was Ol.
Dr. li. J. Meynnrdic, a former Char
lotte pastor, died at loiumoiu.
Dr. Cyrus Thompson of Onslow is out
lor congress in the tluril district.
The editor of the Concord Standard re
ceived two kittens as a present.
The Oxford knitting factory will em
ploy between 70 and 100 girls.
There were but two interments in the
Cold.boro cemetery during June,
John Coward, n prominent young dem
ocrat oi Kuuuoipn county is aeua.
Lnurinburg's barrooms have all been
closed by law and it is n dry town.
The soldiers home fair given by the la
dies ol Kulclgli netted that organization
Knwan county hns seven candidates for
sheriff. Every one is a member of the
The negroes of Charlotte did the cele
brating for that city on the glorious
The Swain County Herald has been
converted und has joined the democratic
Cleveland county alliance men will not
nominate a ticket but will vote with the
Charlotte's bnsc ball tenm has just
downed the Danville, Va., nine by a score
ol lo to u.
Monroe anil Charlotte reel teams com
peted for a prize of $100 und the former
The Macon county Sunday school con
ference of the M. li. church, South, will
be Held July 11-1X
At a funeral of a six venr old child at
Raleigh the father was so drunk that he
was unable to attend.
The Charlotte News Icarus in nil offi
cial way that the Mipulation of Char
lotte by the late census is 1 1,74'J.
The nude body of n colored boy ulmut
1H years old was found in Durham
county and could not be identified.
Mr. Ilpnrv C llnriiM. K.t veni-H nlil. fell
and broke iiis hip near C'hiithani. His
mends arc very uneasy ii itout lus condi
tion. Another fair for the benefit of the Sol
dier's Home will be held in Kalcigh in
Octolier. The one recently held wus a
South Greensboro, with a population
of 3,00(1, has had no census taken, and a
township m Ouillord county bud no
Flames were discovered in tlie West
minster Prcsbyteriaii church in South
GreenslHiro but were extinguished with
but little damage.
The late Dr. T. M. tones hud more than
:i,0OO young ladies under his tuition dur
ing his life time. Of this numlier 403
The Charlotte Investment and Im
provement company is the name of a
new organization that has been iucorio
ratcd in Charlotte.
Dr. Wm. II. Brooks, n son of Key.
John K. Brooks, of Kalcigh, was mar
ried in Ilaltimorc to Miss i rancis roster
Chinii, of that city.
Miss Sallic Clark, of Kalcigh, won the
first prize for the best Miinling iu Un
handsome art exhibit at the Teachers'
Assembly at Morclicud.
'.. V. Koncrs, the somewhat eralic ed
itor of the Waynesville Courier, has
dropped that journalistic venture to Ite-
omc business manager ol the Western
Work hns liecn tieuunon the limine nnd
lllowinu Kock Tclcurnnli line. It is said
that the Ashe county ticople arc contem
plating extending the line on from lloone
The mnvor of Wiliniuuton has written
to the commissioner of the census asking
the exact figures of the Npiilation ol
that place, lie thinks the enumeration
will lie incorrect.
K. D. llolloinnn. n colored school
teacher nnd siiiumu master, assaulted a
rcsiectablc colored girl in the neigh
borhood oi M. John ciiurcii, near uiii
riiilturg, last week.
Wm. Howard, colored, was fooling
with an unloaded pist.it nl Charlotte
on the fourth, nnd Will Saunders, nlso
colored, who wns standing near, was
buried a day or two Inter,
The Granville coiitilv Farmers' Alli
ance in session at Oxlord endorsed Hon.
A, 11. A. Williams lor congress. The dem
ocratic convention, in Caswell and Per
son counties have also instructed for
loc Mosrlev, of Knlcigh, put several
big cannon firecrackers in n tin enn and
was going to nniusc the whole cily when
he let them uo oil', but somehow lire got
into the enn ttelorc he intended it to,
nnd the doctors will be several dollars
richer before he recovers from hi. inju
Col. F. II. Fries, of Winston, who is
managing the southern extension of the
Roanoke nnd Soul hern road, says the
officers have sent nut a company of civil
engineers to decide titon the best route
from Winston soiitn nnn ns iqion a ter
minus for the road. nilcslxiro, Man
roc. nnd Charlotte arc the points under
The l.umlier llridge Kiffe Tenm mnde
the best score nl the W ilmiugton hen
const railroad's nritc contest July 4. nnd
won the prize ol loo. I ncir total score
was eighty-eight nut of a possible one
hundred and twenty-five. The Fayctte-
vi 1c comimnv innilc t lie second nest score,
eighty-live, and got the second prize of
A disnntcli snvi a number of reports
have been received from various counties
iu North Carolina showing the condition
of the cotton crop up to June 27th, The
rcitorls show that Irom o to ll per cent
less cotton has been plnnted than Inst
venr. The condition is about 4-1 tier
cent, better than last crop nnd the crop
Is two or three weeks earner, l lie
weather has lieen all that could lie de
sired, The crop is clean and clear of
grass, lalHir being niiuiiuiint.
Another person who has seen Washing'
ton hns been discovered by the census
enumerators. She it Mr. Jane Moore, a
nrirrrsa. who save her ace atone hundred
and twentv-one years, lier oldest llvlne
child is eighty-eight yean old.
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speedy relief and cure of every variety of
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immense favor which hus greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it docs not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
ANT1 PYRIN E, M0RPII1NB,
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
cither oi these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be taken by
young und old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
uo noxious or sickening ingredients.
The H-culiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable ns a cure for any kind of hcad-
iche without rcsicet to cause leaving
uo unpleasant or annoying aftereffects,
as iu the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These quulilics make it
the most (Kipular uud saleuble article in
the market, wherever known.
The dose fur au atlult Is two tcusiHionruls
Inuw iuc ulassof water, liouc fur children
in praiMirtton, according tu sue. Iu either
case the dose cuu Ik ikuIiU ever; thirty
mlnucs until a cure is t-IU-etcd. One done will
always drive away an attack of lleudaehc,
If Inkcn when Hrst fccllnu. the premonitory
symptoms; but If the atlnek Is well on, and
lulkrtnu Is Intense, the second or third dose
may be required. Usuully a ureatcr number
of doses is required tu effect the Aral cure
thnn is needed fur any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine Is accumu
lative la Its cileets, u-udinii toward an event
ual fiermiinrnt cure.
for sale at
OK ANT'S ISJIAKMACY.
46 SOl'TH MAIN STREliT.
Bargain! Bargain !
Wo offer greater induce
ments to chhIi buyers of Dry
flootls than any house in
All our Domestic (lootls
LiTiug-lit before tlie rise of cot
ton are how sold at prime
Fans ami 1'unisols, the
bent hc lection in town, re-
gartlleHH of cost.
Curtains in great variety
for lews than you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Najr-
kins and Doilies at prices
that defy competition.
AVhito (ioods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half their
Our stock is very largo and
wo are determined to reduco
Kitl Cloves and Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
Wo will undersell tho low
est. Call und seo us before
All (loods are now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call uud con
4 SOUTH MAIN BTMEKT,
Opposite Baak sf Assavllls. .