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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. 69.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A phwo pin tilled and devel
opiiiK 11H 11
Situated iu tho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of :t,tKI IVh-I,
It is being laid out with
tusto and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable plare for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Jiivllle, Miu-licll Co., N. C.
BON M A R G H E.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apron, HuiidWcriliiclK mid
At 11.1 ier cent und 3:u, r ecu I. lew limn
All New and I.IchI HlylcH.
JJ B. MAIN HT., AftlfliVIM.il,
IS TIIH I'l.ACH llH
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY G00OS
Views and Sketches.
WALTKS B, OWVH, 1W- K;T'
(BueccMon to Walter ll.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Loaua Securely placed at b
Notary I'ulillc. Commlmlonrr. ol Deeds.
UKPICK MoulhenNt Court Manure.
Real dilate Hrokcm,
And iiiTCHtinctit Akciiu.
Loun. m- urcly placed at H per cent.
Ofllec.t a Ik BO Pulton Ave Hecund llmir.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wouldi't buy thnlier Imids, inlncrid limp
ertlm or A.hcvlllc Krnl Kstntc t
TImb call on n, llornllii, und we will Hive
thee thy money', worth.
We enn Mil ihet a house lot, lend tliee .lick
ela tn erect a dwelling thereon, mid Insure
the .am. In anv Hire Insurance Coinpnuy
dolim hnalncu In till. Mtnte.
Ulvc u. a call, lloratlul
RIAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room 9 10, McAfee Block,
M Pattoa Av. A.bevult, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Orcut Comedy I'lny entitled;
HiisIh-cu wlthdruwn niter u very successful
run, mill we now iireiieiil our mutchlcs.
Stock of Groceries,
CHAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP
IMHIKH Ol'KN AT 6 A. 91.
A. D. COOPER,
Our prices tut always low,
und particularly so on shoes,
iu comparison wit h shoe store
prices, but we have determ
ined iu order to closj out
everything iu Hie nature of a
low quarter shoe, or slipiH'r,
to sell them so much below
their value that you will save
money to buy even for next
year. Do not fail to sew our
line of Summer Shoes you
will be sure to buy.
We have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices Jelly
Tumblers at J..V. per doz.
Harper's Fly Traps nt 18c.
each Hammocks from Jjfl
up Croquet Sets, all prices
and we are selling these
goods, as we did last year,
at prices away below any
body else in town. Wo have
Ice Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
dessert is less expensive.
Our stock of everything to
use, or to wear, to adorn
the parlor, or to lighten the
work in the dining room or
kitchen, is so complete that
we cannot mention items.
VK IIAVK KVKRYTllINO,
and no one thinks our prices
high. You hail always bet
ter try us for anything you
want before buying, IF WIO
II A VIS IT YOU SAVFMON
KY, if not well, wo are pret
ty Hiiro to have it see, any
way. "IIIG RACKET."
( formerly of Lyman Ac Child I,
onicc No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuhIiicm
Loan. Kcurcly dnecd at ft tier cent.
I A. GRACE.
Will Kxecute III
Encnuatlc or Oil
Reallntlc-fioral, Reiialmuince ft
1,M... un WIHIIIWAKD AVIt. Detroit.
Mich., or UOX iiiU, A.nevlll., N, C.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doingsoyou can save
money by buyingyourdrugs,
medicines and such articles
at Cunnichaers Drug Store.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Alain
Street Asheville, X. C.
You will besurprised to see
how far .f8, $10, .f 12 and
fl." will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and Hoys' Suits in
Away below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men'shand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, Lir
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and 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.
CLOTHING, DRY 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 telephone attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks nil
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery and
Son j is 1 Y( wcr i p t i on Dej i 1 rt-
inentneat 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
sheville becomes tho Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles u round competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say nioro to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
Friday, - - - July 25,
8.30 r. M.
Y. M. C. A. LECTURE HALL.
AN ACCOUNT Ol'-
-1118 KltC ft NT THIl
TO PALESTINE AND THE EAST.
FOR THE MISSION HOSPITAL
Two nice front room. In hlxh central loca
tion lu.t viicnnt at Mm. Howie'.. No. U l'llnt
.trect, ynd door from Haywood.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
A GOOD NOMINATION.
In nominating George A. Junes of Mu
con tn lie the candidate for solicitor of
the superior court of this district, the
democratic convention in session at llry
son City have done themselves proud.
There is no moie iopuhir young demo
crat in the district tluui he. Me wus burn
in Duncumbc mid snt the early port
of his life here removing later to
Franklin, Macon county, where he
is one of the lending legal lights.
A year ngo he represented his district
in the legislature and it is greatly
owing to the brilliant record he made
while there that he has now been chosen
as the democratic candidate for solicitor.
That he will lie elected goes without say
ing. Everybody can unite on George A.
FACTS AND CWME:TS.
It is now said that President Harrison
has Iwcu converted to lllniuc's policy of
reciprocity and that with the nidof some
if the shrewdest politicians iu the repub
lican party a bill will be drawn up and
an attempt made to rush it through the
senate even at this late hour. It may go
through the senate but there it stops,
Thonins llrackctt Kecd, the house of rep
rcseiitatives, has put his foot flat down
anil announced that he is "agin it," and
when Kecd dues that the remainder of
the rc iiblican party might as well go
hack in its hole.
Aiti:k stealing the usual amount of
mailer Irutn TiikC'itui:n the Henderson
villc Times of the S Uli, makes what we
presume is intended fur uil attack on tin
pncr for publishing a communication
sent from Asheville to the Charleston
News ami Courier uu Kwart's land loan
bill. As is customary with paicniof this
kind it dcieiids fur its argument entirely
on coarse billingsgate, advances no
points at all, and in fact by its silence on
the (picsliou practically admits that the
article ol Tut: CmziiN was correct. Hut
we don't mind it iu the least, and hnx'
that if the Times enjoys the pastime its
editor will keep right un stealing tnattei
from Till! CmziiN with one hand whili
he writes alleged criticisms with tin
SoMii of the immigrants who waudei
into the laud of the free from Krocni
countries have ideas of their own about
justice mid huw it is to lie administered.
At Siiiithlield, I 'a., twol'olauders uiisscn
;i trunk containing $15 and some cloth
iug and later they found it in the hikscs-
siou of one of their countrymen. Tin
latter protested his innocence hut imhcctl
was paid to it and he was dragged to a
railway track near by, securely tied to
the rails and left. The allow may thank
his stars that he cscniicd alive. In fact
an engine wus in ten inches of his body
when it was stupied and he was libera
ted. Some of the scum of liuroc who
conic tu America to liva give too liliernl
u translation to the term "a free coun
try." There is no doubt two of that
class imagine they had a icrfccl right to
do as they did.
Mk. 1). I'. I.iiH in a communication in
to-dny's CmziiN takes occasion to haul
Congressman Ivwnrt over the inula at n
lively rate. His objection to the gentle
man is that he is a traitor to the republi
can party, in that he has gone back on
them in regard to the force bill. Mr. Lcc
is right. Mr. Uwart has proved a traitor
to his party, nnd what he no doubt in
tended to be the loundation of n boom,
may yet prove a boomerang. Kwnrt is
trying tu get democratic votes by posing
as a republican who is opposed to the
Lodge bill, but no democrat wilt hi- de
ceived by that fur the entire democratic
party is opposed to the bill and there nrc
plcnty ol representatives in ilsown ranks
to carry their banner. More than that
the republican pnt ty is lor it und it looks
very much now as if Mr. Uwart in at
tempting to soft soap the democrats find
mortally olicndcd his own party, and
that, there arc plenty like Mr. Lcc who
arc prepared to knife him for a traitor.
Till! spiritualists arc now said to be
up in arms against President Harrison.
A Siccial dispatch from NewburyHirl,
Conn., explains it as follows: "A short
time ago Walter V.. Kecd, of Grand Ra-
ids, Mich., was arrested on the charge of
falsely using the mails. Kecd is known
as ft medium for reading scaled letters;
that is, he professes tu lie able to obtain
from spirits answers to sealed inipiiries
addressed to the latter. The prosecutor
was the postmaster general. Judge
Jackson instructed the jury to find Kecd
guilty uf fraud. Kecd protested his in
nocence, and offered to prove that he
was innocent by reading scaled letters
then and there iu ocn court. Judge
Jackson said that Keed's offer to do what
he (Jackson) knew lie could not do
proved to his mind that Kecd must be a
fraud. He accordingly sentenced him to
prison. Spiritualists iiiiiik, waiving al-
together the iiiestion ol whether Kecd is
a fraud or not, Judge Jackson's nctiou
will Ik' construed to establish a preced
ent against lucdiiimship, and that it is a
blow against icrsonal hlierty. Presi
dent Harrison will be asked to pardon
Kecd, anil if he refuses to do so, as it is
intimated he will, the one million spirit
ualist voters iu America will vuteaguiust
Harrison und his party in 1HU2."
leaten to Death.
Special to Tmk Citiikn.
Nkw YoKK.Jiily 2(1. An Italian named
Dclochia was found by n policeman this
morning. He had Ikch lientcn to death.
Wf Attend the lecture nt the Y. M. C.
A. lecture hall to-night by Dr, A. T. Por
ter. Admission. CU cents.
HE IS NOMINATED FOR SO
LICITOR AT BRYSON CITY
TEN THOUSAND MEN STRIKE IN
The Murder of Annie Uoodwln
I.ald at the Door of Or. Mo
Uoneiral The CloafcmnkerH
Ketur.i 10 Their Work.
Sieeiid HiMintch to The Cltlien.
IIkvson City, July U5. Geo, A. bines
of Macon was nominated for solicitor on
the first ballot. The convention is en
tireiy nnrmomous. K. u, dinner wus
hnwn.'hrurniunamlK. M. I'urnmii Acted
Ten Thousand Htrouir.
Sieclid to Tils Citizkn.
Hkooki.vn, July IT). Ten thousand
men connected with nil the building
trades struck to help the roofers this
morning. The tie-up is general.
Returned to Work.
Special to The Cltiicn.
Nkw YnttK, July 25. livery striking
cloakmukcr returned to work this morn
Three Are Killed.
Special to The Cltlien.
I'lTTsui'Hii, Pu., July 25. Three men
were kilted by a railroad accident at
Shell's Station near here this morning.
For MonlKomery) Successor.
Siicciul to The Cltlien.
Lnciii'ii'.i.n, Ky., July 25. Arrange
ments arc being made to-day for the
Democratic Congressional Convention
which is tu name n successor to Hon. A.
In Ihe Uoveruor'N Honor.
SiH'ciul to The CllUen.
Ska Cikt, N. J., July 25. Governor
Ablictl nnd staff to-day reviewed the
State militia encuniicd here. To-night
a grand ball will Ik given in honor of the
Fllllnir Penke'H Ilnce.
SK'Clld to TlIK I ITMKM.
Kansas City, Mo., July 25. A Siecial
election is to-day in progress to till tile
vacancy in the xisition uf city treasurer.
Peake's resignation, it will lc reinern-
IktciI, was due tu u shortage ol $20,000
iu his accounts.
New York's MeniuMlonal Murder.
SH'cini to The Citlun.
Nkw Yiikk, July 25. The iniuest on
the rcnuiinsof Annie Goodwin, the young
girl killed by Dr. McGonegal, was begun
this afternoon. The liady, which had
been interred in a New Jersey cemetery
under u Ixigus death certificate, has lieen
exhumed and will Ik identified by friends
nnd relatives. The coroner will admit
only a few to the inquest.
Lati:h The impicst fixed the crime
on Dr. McGonegal. Thousands were
about the Coroner's office.
Uiiituh Citijikn: I wish to give aume
reasons why Iiwurt should not be renom
inated lor congress.
1. 11c is n deserter from Ins party (see
paragraph 1, of the Sieeeh of June 2K.
lie went into a caucus of his party, took
part in it, and then refused to Ik governed
by the majority rule of his party, marched
into the ranks of the opKisition and
voted with them and not content with
that charged his little blunderbuss with
vituKration and fired back on us.
!. I le lias not oniy iicscricti out nus
belied and Blundered his party m the
grossest manner. Denounces Republican
members of congress (sec paragraph 21
us "devoid ol manhood, solKr judgment,
a sense of fairness and justness. Of the
Ucmihlicnn minority ol the senate he
says (sec paragraph 13) they have cither
committed a great wrung or must admit
they have been deceiving t he coplc there
by making them hyiocritcs. This is the
meanest thing he could say against any
body uf public men.
:i. He has repudiated a vital principle
of Republicanism nnd is optioned to any
election luw. In paragraph 2 he siKiiks
of the states as "sovereign." In porn-
graph 3'J he says, "Thisgovcrnmeiitdocs
not exist to pruicci citizens inincirrigiiis,
that duty belonging to the slates," and
in paragraph 3 he says: "Mind your
uwn alhtirs und treat the colored man
with wise neglect. This is not Republi
can doctrine but it is genuine Calhoun
nullification states rights doctrine with
the bark all uu. He denies the right uf
the United Stales government to pass an
election law or any other law tu protect
its citizens in the stales.
i, Mr. Hwart says of the Republicans
iu the house that they have ignored their
sclf-rcKKct and manly pride, knowingly
done things utterly wrong, formulated
measures "dnmnniuc, illogical nnd vi
cious. I lien uy way ui contrast lie sets
himself up as a sort uf model. I Ic has a
conscience nnd oIkvs it, self-resticct,mnn-ly
pride, good sense, fairncssnnd justness.
Now if the Republican minority in Con
gress is such an "illogical, damnable, vi
cious" hypocritical set lis he says and he
the conscientious, manly chap, full of
good sense nnusinicsmiinsliipnslic seems
to say he is, men wc snoiim no mm n
great wrong to send him there, it might
soil him, Krhnps endanger his soul to
Ik associated with such malevolent men
and corrupt surroundings.
0. If he should get there he would Ik of
no use to us as a Republican lor lie has
nlrenily demonstrated that lie will not
affiliate with Republicans.
Hut who is this man who assumes with
such arrogance to ipicstiun his parly?
"Cpon what meat hns this great Ciesar
fed that he has grown so ijrcat ?" that
he does nut hesitate to nrraign the honor,
the statesmanship and manhood of men
who have grown gray in the service of
their country, who did honoriilile and
honored service indclcnceof their country
both in the halls ol legislation and in the
field before nnd since he wore his first
trousers. They have ccrtninly as good a
record for prudence nnd common sense as
this great Ciesnr from llcndersonvillc
D. U. I.KK
The Ilurke county fair will be held Oc
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Ccrmnntown has a new tobacco ware
house 50x100 feet,
Raleigh's population is 10,500 accord
lug to the new census.
Charlotte gets !f7,000 appropriation
i . i. . , . i i:.. I. ! I!
iur inc cumpieiiun ui us puoiic iitiuuiug
Rutherford county has instructed for
K. II. Vance tor congress and Mike Jus
A child of Cbns. McClurc, near Char
lotte, fell on a broken bottle and was sc
Luurinburg has suffered a destructive
fire. I'ivc brick buildings all store houses
Chns. Harden, white, and Alex Moore
colored, ipiarrclcd ill Pitt county und
Moore wus killed,
Mr. St Clair IIcsIm-, of Raleigh, has
been appointed suiicriiitcmlcut ol the
Winston grnileil sciiooi.
All of the coinimnies uf the first and
third regiment, arc at rigiitsviiic aim
liuvc iKgun actual camp inc.
Hell Udwards. a coloicd man who for
twenty years has sold cake and bread op
the streets uf Kalcigh is (lean.
The little negro boy who stole the
valise, nioncv ami diamond uf Captain
Jedd, nt Salisbury has conlcsKcd.
A Smitlifield negro named Win. Rnnd
has been arrested and is iu jail for the
killing uf Aimer Sunders tit u festival last
Col. Rowland has withdrawn from the
congressional nice iu the Sixth district.
Captain Alexander has I lie whole iiciu to
A strange man lias npiKiired near Mon
roe who goes to houses anil Irightens
women. lie docs not sR,-ak but writes
Tom ThoniiHoii, an Oxford colored
man is iu jail charged witu passing a
saloon check un it blind colored woman
for a ipiartcr.
The Wilmington Messenger says thai
Mr. W. II. Stone, of Durham, while eat
ing clams at the oast found a large and
The Southern dental association, the
last meeting uf which was held in At
lanta recently, will meet at Morehcad
City in August.
Hv fall Durham Iioikh to have n new
cotton factory, a plug tobacco laelury, n
wagon laetury, a Imiihicu wareiiouse ami
a storage house.
Mr. David Franklin, who lived near
Litivillr Tails and was well known to
mniiv who have visited I.invillc, is dead.
lie was "0 years ol age.
Thchiruc steam saw mills lx.'loiigiiig
to I. K. Kolk-rts near Ml. Airy were de
stroyed by an incendiiiry fire. The loss
was several tliousanu dollars.
Call. Jnmcs V. Kmlclille, uf North Caro
lina, died suddenly m New oik uu July
Hi. He was at one lime a resident ol
Wilmington und was married in that
Hev. Dr. O. T. (ireuorv. formerly uf the
Raleich I la lit is t church' is smiiling the
summer in London and recently he assis
ted in the services at Kev. Dr. purgcuu s
A crioiiled colored man wasrobU-d and
unmercifully IkiUcii hv highway rublKrs
at Wrightsvillc. It is supiMiscd that the
deed was done by Wilmington's highway
The Governor's Guard will not go to
Wrightsvillc nsu fullyeipiiiMwdcompanv.
They did not receive their regulation
unilorms in time. Some ol the men how
ever will go.
The house of Mr. I. L. Scales, ilviMtt
agent at Stntcsvillc, was destroyed by
fire reeentlv. The loss is $3,500; fully in
sured. It is supiHiscil that the lire wus
Mr. I. II. Cole, of Durham county, was
on n ladder trimming some trees, when
it fell. He received n wound on the back
of the head which proved Intnl. He died
in a few hours.
Kols-rt H. Cowan n North Carolinian
who for six years has been resolution
nnd Ktition clerk of the house of repre
sentatives has accepted n Misition with
the llirmmgliiim Age Herald.
W. I. Dcmiiscv. who is training for a
fight with W. S. Layton at Wrightsvillc
made the run from Wilmington tu the
sound, ten miles, in one hour nud live
minutes. The light comes off to-night.
A colored preacher who was holding
forth al Salisbury anil hud consented to
nnswer uny ipiest ion asked hv liisuuditors
was brought tipsiiori nyn missy nmiiicr
who inuuired why il was niggers did not
like suit pork.
The Durham Daily Sun has issued a
souvenir edition complimentary tu the
North Carolina Press association now
meeting in that city. It is tilled with
mutter crtuining to the buouiiug little
town which it represents.
A rich F.nglish company is rcHirtcd us
oKTnting n gold niine on the head wa
ters ul Wilson's creek iu Calilwellcoiiuty.
A large stamp mill has Urn put iu and
another will Ik purchased. Il is said
they arc "striking il rich."
Stanford Moure shot Chns. Pearson
three times with a pistol at Glen Alpine
Springs, Ilurke county. Oncol the balls
took cllcct in the intestines nnd Pearson
was thought to lw fatally hurt. Uoth
men arc colored. Moore cscuik'tl.
The North Carolina Car company has
closed a contract for building loo Ircighl
curs for the Scnlmaril Air Line. The
snme nuinlier of curs will Ik built for the
road nt the Seaboard nnd Roanoke shops
nud several engines will IK Hunt at Ports
Mf Tim.. ( liiinlivntl. t,f Wllniiiiirf mi
wus knocked (Town by a negro with n
stick one night recently while going
home. The negro pleaded guilly when
tried by the mayor nun sain lie look the
gentleman for n highwayman. He was
bound over to court in $100 bond,
The North Stale club of Charlotte,
which is composed of the lending young
men ol the city, win form a military rout
puny. They will not join the Slnte
guard, hvcry summer they will take n
trip to some desirable place, where social
and military duties inny Ik pleasantly
Jack Hick, a well known voting far
mer living nenr Dnnhiiry narrow ly cs-
cniKd ilentli Uy Ins own IiiiiiiIs. lie wus
cutting a switch by the side of the road
and distiirlKil a nest of hornets. In
fighting them with an ocn knife In his
hniid he stuck the made Into Ins tliroul
and nearly bled to death before assist'
uiicc reacncu nun.
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OK A NT'S PHARMACY.
46 SOCT1I MAIN STREET.
Bargains ! Bargains !
Wo oflVr iifiitcr induco
uit'iiks to ensh Ituvoi's of Dry
(iooils than tiny houso in
All our DoiiiPritiu (iooils
lioiui,ht licfoiv tlio riiso of cot
ton arc now sold at piiino
Funs 1111(1 l'lll'UHolri, tlio
licst selection in town, iv-
juhIIcsh of cost.
Curtains iu jyjviit variety
for less tlinn you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nan
kins ami Doilies at prices
Hint tlefy competition.
White (iootls, Einbroiiler-
ii'H ami Luces at half their
Our stock is very large nml
wo aro tlcicrtnincil to retluco
Kill filoves and Hosiery,
tlio best stock iu Asheville.
nil reduced to bottom prices.
Wo will undersell tho low
est. Call and see us before
All Goods aro now marked
in pla in flij;uren lowest prices
in everything. Cull und con
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
OppoalU Bank mt AsbtrUlt.