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t TO-DAH WEEKLY CITIZEN i
Asheville Daily Citizen
t FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Contain! full report of the Pennon th of
July celebration nnd other matter, of Inter
cut. In wrapper ready to mail, 0 cents per
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, SIS ccnU. Three Times, 00 cents.
Sis Times, 70 cents.
VOLUME VI. NO. 56.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
LIN VI LLE.
A place planned and devel
oping U8 a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It in being laid out with
tosto and skill, with well
graded roads ami extensive
A desirable phuv for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lin-Ill, Mitchell Co., N. C.
BON MARC II E.
DRUMMER!' SAMPLES OF
Aprons, Haudkerchlcfb and
At ilo per cent nnd 3att ier cent, Ics. than
All New and Laical Style.
19 S. MAIN ST., A8HBVILLB,
u rum rLaci o
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
View- and Sketches.
WALTia ri.'owvn, W. W. Wat,
GV7YN & WEST,
(MnccHtara to Walter D.Owyn)
REFER TO MNK OF ASHEVILLE.
8 REAL ESTATE.
Loans Seen rely riaced at
Coin tn (Ml on erf ol Deeds.
OPFICK-aatheal Coarl Sqaara.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loam sc. nrely pi and at per cent.
iMihi Hi as Pattern Art. Second Boor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
. Wonld.'t bay timber land., mineral prop-
rue. or Aahmllk Real B.tate T
Thracall on , Horatio, and we will aire
the thy money's worth.
We eaa art) the horn, lot, lead the .hell
els to met dwelling thermit, and Insure
the aanM In nay Fin Insurant. Comtiany
doing bnatnen. la thl. HUtc.
Hive a call, Horatio I
JEMKS k JBNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND MNURANCf BROKERS.
V an, aw, nvaica niovai
IS Pattca An., AatorlO, N. C.
KVBRV WAY THIS WBBK
BENEFIT OF THE PU8LIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Ha. beea withdrawn after a very successful
run, and we now prevent our matchless
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR TOUR USE AT ;P0P;
DOORS OPKH AT 6 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
CAEAPEst THAN ANYBODY
2 i k i i 2
. W. U. WILL..
ASHBVILLB. N. C.
OHIct Barnard Building. P. O. Bot 80.
Plana, apedScatloat, Detail., ate, for every
claa. of building at ihort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and m a. aprl 6 d.lm
F. A. GRACE)
Will Kaecata In
Encaustic or Oil
DKCOat ATI YS COHPOHTION.
taallallc-FIoral, ateaalaaanee 4k
AddrtM. B6 WOODWARD AVB. Detroit,
Mich., or BOX MS, AssmtIU., N, C.
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 save
money by buyingyour drugs
medicines and such articles
at Carmichael's 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 lie surprised to sw
how for $8, $10, $12 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and Boys' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
good apjiea ranee.
Lately arrived, Men'shand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford TieH, fine
Trunks nnd Valises and num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CL0THIN0, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
79 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
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks all
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and clean Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, 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 the official
census now being ta
ken. You are not limited
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
.make a purchase.
If two or more make
the nearest guess, the
prize will be given to
the guess received
Let all como and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL.
THE LEADER IN
Boots. Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
"RBrt'HucANn May Win for the Pint
Time: in Ten Yearn, South Carolina ia in
Doubt," ii the way the Mail and Ex
pres. heads one of its special dispatches
Because there is a doubt clinging ten
derly around everything in this world
except death we will admit that "Col.'
Shepard is right, Ait that is all the con
solation the radical hosts will get out of
the campaign. Just this one existing
Piiiladklphia has got way up on its
ear since the result ol the census placing
Chicago above it was announced, and the
people are trying to find out the reason
of its .low growth. This is another ex.
ample of Philadelphia's great failing.
For years everybody outside of the city
has known the city as the great Amcti
can cemetery. The city itself has just
found it out. Philadelphia's growth
in keeping with everything else around
the city of Brotherly Love.
The modesty of some people is entirely
to blame for their not gazing at this
world from the top round of the ladder,
but this failing evidently does not exist
to any alarming extent on the Pacific
slope. The San Francisco Examiner has
just exposed a scheme whereby a party
of fakers proposed to perpetuate the
names of the monied men of the const at
prices ranging from $l,ooo to $lo,oooin
a book to be known ns Chronicles of the
Builders of the Commonwealth, Ex-Sen'
ator Tabor purchased $lo,ooo worth of
undying fame, Ex-Governor Perkins, of
Cnhlornia, went after $1,ooo worth nnd
Ex-Governor Downer took $5,ooo stock
in the concern. - A suit brought by one ol
the victims to recover the money let the
cat out of the bng and the entire west is
now enjoying a luugh at the exiense ol
the lightheaded but monied celebrities.
Mrs. Pnkmiiknt Harrison has finully
knowingly nnd willingly placed hersell
before the public by talking for them
through a rewrtcr for the New York
Press. The interview wns granted at
Cape May and the subjects principally
discussed were the newsinper reports ol
their private nnd fnmily affairs, and
the acceptance of a cottage at Cnjic May
by the president.
Her explanation of the latter is uniiue
and she certainly goes a considerable dis
tance out of her way to make a slighting
remark ol President Cleveland which is
wholly uncalled for and which docs not
help her in the least. She said :
Last year the President thought best
to rent a cottage nt Deer Park. This
summer the prospect of a late adjourn
ment of congress, the session possibly ex
tending into early autumn, necessitated
the selection of a nearer point to the cap
ital. There have been suggestions from
various sources about the president's pur
chasing a summer home in the suburbs o
Washington, which, at the end of his offi
cial term, might be sold at a considerable
advance. We have had an example ol
this, but the president will not use his
official rank ns a means of making mon
ey, even to the extent of purchasing a
nome tor nis summer use and selling it
when he retires from office. The president
has decided ncrunlen nbout thnt. The
commissioners of the District of Colum
bia, his own appointees, would doubt
less feel disposed to make improvements
in that direction which would still further
5ive the transaction the appearance of a
cliberate money-making scheme.
Following this indelicate shot she ex
plains the reasons for the acceptance of
the Cape May cottage.
The question which then nicscnted it
self," says the first lady, "wnsnstowhat
pinns we snouia make tor the summer.
The children could not possibly remain in
the executive mansion through the warm
weather. The youngest grandchild, who
was at that age when children ore most
afflicted with the ills of infancy, was not
wen. i nere were several very kind invi
tations from friends who had homes in
healthy localities within a few hours ol
the capital, but it seemed best for the
children to locate for the summer months
at one place. It happened, while we were
considering what plans it would be licst
to make, that I was surprised by the gift
of this beautiful cottage, fully equipped
and ready for our occupation. Its accept
ance seemed to me to be the best which
could be done. None of the gentle
men concerned could ha veany object other
than the courtesy of making us comfort
able. As far as their names are known,
none of them seek office. It does not in
volve the president in nnv monrvmnkinir
for his personal benefit. How others may
be benefited does not concern us. If our
presence at Caie May Point will be a
liencfit to any persons thev are welcome
to it. It is a beautiful place, retired and
nteasant, nnd 1 think will be a benefit in
health to those who are near and dear to
So this then is the reason why the
President has put himself in the light ol
a bribe taker. First hit scruple would
not icrinit of his going into the open
market to buy a house in Washington
like an honest man and second be did not
know just where to go when the cottage
was offered and so he accepted. The ex
planation is very flimsy. If President
Harrison did not want to use his official
position to boom land for himself, it both
ers us to know just how he satisfied that
conscience when he became a party to
booming the land of the Caie May im
provement company. The reasons as set
forth by hit wife do not hold water.
No matter what might have been
thought of President Harrison certainly
there has been no American who hat not
heretofore ttood ready to do honor to
the first lady of the land. Now it will
not be long before she it the laughing
stock of the entire country if she tnlks
any more nonsense like the nhove to the
Tho Scheatxenlcst Ended.
Heclal to The Cltlien,
Bkrlin, July 10. The great interna
tional schuetzenicst, nt which many
Americans won prises, concluded here
ALTHOUGH FIREMAN SMITH
LOST HIS LIFE.
FIRE HORROR AT CATSKILL
Four People Killed and Ten In
Jnrcd by a Mallrand Wreck
Near Sibley. Ark. Snow at
Special to The Cltlteo.
Catskiu., N. Y., July 10. A big build
ing adjoining the hotel Katerskill burned
this morning. Thirty-six girU who were
employed in it narrowly escaped with
their lives. Firemnn Smith was killed by
falling timbers while assisting in the
The Trlala Begun.
Special to The Cltlien.
LKKitiio, Germany, July 10. The an
arcaisi man begun to-day. It is re
ported that some of the men have made
That Loudon Wrangle.
Special to The Citiikn.
London, July 10. Two hundred letter
carriers were dismissed this morning,
The police are guarding the stations.
In Se anion at Waukesha.
Special to Thk Citiirm.
Wai-kkkiia, Wis., July 10. The Na
tional Patriarchal Circle began its tenth
annual conclave here to day and some
finely uniformed bodies arc in attendance.
Three prizes will be given to the three
lodges showing the greatest proficiency
in drill. Competition will lie unrestricted.
The session will Inst three days.
Bellamy' ninclplen Meet.
Special to Thi Citiikn.
NkwJ York, July 10-Thefirst nationalist
congress ever held in America liegnn here
to-dnv. A hundred delegates arc in at
tendance. The main object of the gath
ering is to perfect a national organization
whose central idea is the abolition of
what in the call is termed "the nlxjlition
of the inhuman wage idea."
A Terrible Wreck In Arkansas.
Special to The Cltlscn.
MKMrmx, Tenn., July 10. A passen
ger train was wrecked near Sibley, Ar
kansas, this morning. Four people were
killed nnd ten injured.
The two KatretneH.
Si'MMiT Hih'sk, Mt. Washington, N.
H., uly 0. The remarkably high tem
perature hns lieen followed by very cold
weather on Mount Washington. The
mercury has gone down this evening to
27 degrees, and ice has formed on nil ex
posed places. The wind is blowing a
stiff gale from the northwest.
This morning it was snowing on the
Their Juni DenertH.
Special to Tun Citiikn.
Nasiiyiixk, July 0,-Wm, Annlicr and
. W. be pew, two noted confidence men,
were sentenced here to-dny to four years
each in the penitentiary. The men were
arrested last January, just afterthey had
successfully worked the freight bill dodge
and cleared up $150. The prisoners
begged piteously for lighter sentences.
A Beautiful Woman suicides).
Atlanta, Gn., July 1). Miss Geneva
Green, a young and benutiful art teacher
at West Point, Ga., suicided nt Ncwnnn
this evening at 5.30, while in the Inw of
fice of Wilcox & Wright. She shot her
self through the heart. Miss Green had
been in Nrwnnn one week. She hns been
teaching in West Point nnd her home is
in Fairhnven, Vt. She left n message to
several of her friends. It rend : "1 ell
them I did no wrong."
No Ticket In Arkansas,
Litti.k Kiick, Ark., July 10. The re
publican State convention which met
here yesterday declined to place a rcpuli
licnn ticket in the field and formally en
dorsed the union labor ticket, headed by
Rev. N. B. Fixer for governor.
Mrs. Sheridnn, widow of the famous
General. "Little Phil, has withdrawn
almost entirely from the world. She it
devoted to her four children.
The Irish lender, Chnrlcs Stewart Par
nell, is a close render of American news
pnjiers and American liternture.
Justice Stephen J. rield hat one of the
finest houses in
the poorest man on the
The Prince of Wales it exhibiting horses
bred by himself nt the horse shows of
England, and is making n success of it.
James Lane Allen, the Kentucky writer,
althouuh quite a young man, hns a head
of hair and a beard thickly streaked with
gray. He is very lull and the possessor
of a shapely hgure.
Citizen Trnin seems to have made up
his mind to end his nomadic life. I Ic has
bought two houses near Tacoma, nnd
will reside there icrmnncntly,
Charlotte Kobinson, n decorative ar
tist in London, wan suffering from kv
crty in its severest forms, when she had
the good luck to have one of her doylies
accepted by the IJiiecn. Now she has a
bnnk account nnd her work is "all the
fcny. The day of the great Loiighran
auction will be a gain day in Asheville.
The Ilirkorv "and will lie here, re
freshments will be served at the place of
tale and the whole will resemble n cele
bration. The hits will lie sold nt mic
tion. Already Mr. Uiughrnn hns heard
of n number of outside tmrtics who will
either be here to bid or have agents here
to buy some of the lots.
Everybody recognizes the value of the
proicrty for an investment, nnd thnt is
the reason thnt so ninny are going to
put their money into these lots. NoImiiIv
misses it by investing on that day. It is
perfectly safe and sure.
THE SUNNY SOUTH.
I. B. Kinney dropped dead at Kulcigli
of heart disease.
The State pharmaceutical convention
it Dcing held at Morclicnd City.
John King wns struck nnd killed by
iigiiining wiinc plowing in a neia.
Anniston, one of Alnlinmn's crack
boom towns, hus n population of 12,
Engineer McKeogh, an engineer, vis
miica in a neaa enu collision on the Geor
The lottery bill passed the house not
withstanding the uovcrnor's veto veas.
un; nays, ai.
Ilirminuham. Ala., hns so mnnv mur.
dcrs that it feels that it should have a
The county court house nt Cliatta
nooga will be improved and enlarged at
a cost oi .io.ooo.
Macon hns an ordinance similar tn the
one at Atlanta, prohibiting females from
entering oar rooms.
Columbia, S. C, had lo.ooo popula
tion in lHHo. The census just com
plcted shows 10,8oo.
The bodv of an unknown man was
f 1 a Si ! t. n ? ..-
luunti nuuuiig in inc i enncsHce river
miles from Chattanooga.
The Belt Line in Chnttnnooga hauled
I4,uiu passengers on tne elorious 4th
The fares amounted to $700.
The annual convention of the Tennes
see State Bar Association is in session at
Lookout Mountmn, Chattanooga.
In Columbus. Colorado rnuntv. Tex
City Marshal Pipe shot and killed Ed.
voung nnd John and lion htnllord.
The Georgia melon exchnnce. which
started out to control the watermelon
output of the State, has gone under.
Jerry Dumas went to sleep on the rail
road track nenr Amcriciis, Gn. He was
drunk and glad of it. Now he is dead.
Tlie hcadnuartcrs of the fourth district
of the Western Union Telrgrnpliroiiipany
will lie moved Irom Mobile to Atlanta.
Charleston is writing letters to her
sell because over $71, ooo has been in
vested in houses nnd improvements in
that city in the past six months.
A rnn named Collins has been arrested
at Shelby for hiring a negro to murder
his (Collins) wile at Pliiinvillc.Gn. There
is said to be no doubt of his guilt.
An infnnt son of Robert Ilo we wns
drowned nt Americus, Gn., by fulling in
a hole which the children had dug in the
yard and which had filled up with the
A wreck occurred on the Georgia Pa-
ific near Tannic. Ga., and Unuinecr
M'Ctic was killed nnd nnmn whose name
is not known is injured so thnt he will
Illount county, Alabama, crops were
damaged to the tune of thousands of
dollars by n recent storm. Several burnt
were struck by lightning nnd three mules
were killed near llrooksvillc.
Clarence McKecroy, a waiter in n Co
lumbus. Gn., hotel, mndc nn nnnoint-
ment with Annie Kecd. She failed to
keep her engngement nnd when he found
her he cut her throat from car to ear.
Alex Hollingsworth, a formrr North
Carolinian, assaulted I-'. F. Lake at
Spartanburg, S. C, with nn iron weight.
lie wns arrested anil placed under si.-
ooo bond. Luke is seriously injured.
Ned Robertson, n Charleston colored
boy, was struck on the head with a chim
ney scraper and killed. Fred Conxum is
not lingering around hisohl home to any
alarming extent although the police
wisn ne wouio.
An action is tn be brought before the
city council of Montgomery, Alii., for the
imicnclimcnt ol Kecorder l.j. Kutlctlgc.
lie will nave to answer to a nuniocr ol
charges among them incomictence nnd
The mcmlicrs of the South Carolina
Fnrmcrs' Alliance pny five cents more a
yard for cotton tlinn they would have to
for jute but they do it just the same and
already they have the satisfaction of see
ing the jute trust down on its knees.
Three hundred and fifty enrolled mcm
licrs were present nt the recent meeting
of the Southern Educational Associa
tion at Morclicnd City. Minor Finger,
state siiierintendcnt of public instruc
tion, thinks just such an association
should be formed in the South.
Some infamous scoundrels broke into
Loodcs & Cherry's job printing office in
Chattanoogn, pied the tyie, broke the
presses mid did all the damage in their
Kwer. It wns evidently thought to be
n very cute job for a note was left.
eaten us ii you can. na: na.
Cnntnin Icwis K. Redmond, the
celebrated outlaw who once served n
term in Sing Sing, lint again leaped Into
prominence by shooting lames Smith, n
rich saw mill man nt nllinlln, S. C. His
victim will die. Redmond is in mil nnd
will offer for an excuse the fact that he
Knpoleon Lcvcllc who wns sentenced
to hang nt Charleston in September has
npK?nlcd to the supreme court nnd the
lower court hns granted a stay of pro
ceedings. It is not thought thnt the ease
enn be henrd Dctore January next nnd
that if found guilty the prisoner will lie
sentenced bclore June next.
Six weeks ago Alabama greciibnrkcrs
held a convention nnd nominated Stnte
officers. The cnndiilntcs refused to nc
cept. A second convention hns been held
nt llirmiiigham and a new ticket put in
field. L. C. Coulson, of jnckson county,
wns nominated lor governor, nnd 11. C
Thigpcn, of Lnutlcrdnlc county, State
treasurer of the Farmers' Alliance, wns
nomlnnten lor auditor.
General orders for the movement of the
North Carolina Slate guard to the en
cnninnientt this year have been received
Thirty conipnnies will lie In eninn. The
first and third regiments will leave their
posts on the morning ot luly i'. nnd
will remain in camp until the I'tlth. The
second nnd fourth regiments and the cav
alry froops wilt leave for camp nn the
morning oi miguei urn, uuu will remain
until the l'tli.
Col. M. T, Hancock, of Slircvcmrt,
Ln., created n sensation In Thoniasville,
Gn., by bobbing up there unexpectedly
nnd kidnapping his two children from
nn lormcr wile, l lie couple were rii
vnrced some time ago, the enre of the
children wns given to Mrs, Hancock and
she moved to Thomnsville. The hus
band married again and it it said thnt
hit former wife bore a shndv reoutntlnn
in the city where she lived and that the
children were spirited away on that no
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
THAHU MARK ItliGISTUKUD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cure Kvery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING EL8U.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hiiauaciik. The
immense favor which bus greeted it from
all 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 at
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain nn atom of
cither of these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, und can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The jicculitir advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for any kind of head
achewithout respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most Hipulnr und saleable article in
the mnrkct, wherever known.
DlKliCTIONS I'UK I'fcli.
The dime for an adult U two ti'ii.pomiful.
In a wine Kins, of water. Iionv fur children
n iroHirtion, according; to ngc. In either
case the dole can be repealed every thirty
minuc. nntll a cure I. cnVctrd. cine sow will
nlway. drive away un nttack of lleiidacllc,
If taken when tint fcclinii the premonitory
symptoms; but if thcnlluck ia well on, und
muring i. Inu-uar, the second or third ilosc
may be required, lisuully a greater nutnlier
of don is required to cnect the first cure
than is needed fur any succeeding tunc there
after, showing that the medicine Is accumu
lative In its effects, tending tuwurd au event
ual permnnent cure.
For sale ut
46 SOl'TH MAIN STREET.
Bargains ! Bargains !
Wo offVr grcatt'r iiuhi;o
nionis to ensh buyi'i'8 of Dry
floods than any house in
All our Domestic (!ooIn
bought before tho rise of cot
ton are now sold nt prime
Fans ami Parasols, the
best selection in town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in great variety
or leH than you can buy
Tnblo Linen, Towels, Nap
inn anil Doilies at prices
that defy competition.
White (Soods, Embroider
ies and Luces at hair their
Our stock is very la rge and
wo arc determined to reduco
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell the low
est. Call and see ns before
All (loods arc now marked
in plain figures lowest prices
in everything. Call and con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
OpposlU Bask af AsImtUm.
lheWUa4-W .V4m'-j -w-