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VOLUME VI. NO. 83.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, AUGUST u, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A plaeo planned inl dovel-
oping iw a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A rwfc'hii twl for henlth
fulness and bounty of
An elevation of :i,800 feet,
It in beiiijf laid out with
taato ami Hkill, with well
uraded road and extensive
A desirable plate for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investment. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,"".
l.liivlllt?, Mllclioll Co., N. C.
CIIKTIOT. SAT1SKN AND
Kl.ANNF.L SIIIKTS JI'ST
IN. LAW IvS' M.A.liKS,
SHIRT WAISTS K CIIIM
liSHTTUS JUST KIX'KIVIil).
30) SOUTH MAIN STRlilJT.
13 H. MAIN HT., AHllltVIIXB,
is tii m.m!k rim
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Vlcwn and Sketches.
p IM A
6WYII & WEST,
(Huccesaors to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at
Notary Habile. CommlMlonen of lleed..
OVriCK-mlhwa Court aqaara,
pfctal Estate Brokers,
Ab4 Inventnient Amenta.
f nMtfit at Mrrif placed at 8 per cent.
um.' f Pattna An Second floor.
"HOW NOW, HORATIO 1"
Woald.'t buy timber land., mineral prop.
trtlca or Aiherllle Heal ll.ta.tc t
Then call on ua, Horatio, and we will jrlvr
the. thy atomy', worth.
We can aril thee a houM lot, lend the ahek'
ell to erect a dwelling thereon, and Inaurr
the aame In any Fir. Insurance Company
doing bualneaa In thla mate.
UlT ua a call, Horatio I
JKNKS A JUNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE IROKERS.
, RoottiM 9 a ioi McAfee Block
M Pattoa At., AshavUM, N. C.
liVURV DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Una been withdrawn after a very ucceMful
ran, and we now prenenl our matchtcsa
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP;
HOOKS) OPKN AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
During the month of Au
uiiHt we want to close- out
everything we have in the
line of Summer Goods. We
are going to buy a big stock
for the Fall and Winter and
we want no money loeked up
in Goods to carry over. We
have Home beautiful patterns
in Flouncings and Allovers
that we will sell ho cheaply
that it would be economy to
buy even for next .Summer,
iiH onecaiinot ha ve too many
White Dresses. If you need
n Bla nket or a Comfort those
cool uigiitsyou cunnnu wnai
you want at our place. A
new line of (iinghatns in Fall
Shades have just come in,
and arc going to besold very
low, as is our habit with all
our Goods. We have about
six Ice Cream Freezers of the
seawon'H lot; they will besold
very low. You can still buy
('roquet- Sett and Ham
mocks of us cheuH'r than
anybody else. Our Store is
headquarters for all sort of
of which we ask un ins'iec
tion. Come to see us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will save money. Every
thing at lowest prices at
SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of all the handaome and valuable proerty
that haa been offered In Aahevllle, none com
parable to the unbroken fnrcat of ovrr One
Hundred Acrea divided and auhdlvlded Into
the moat bcuutllul lota and tract., lying
The Ilonkviird of the City,
About one-third being within city llmlta and
the remainder In the charming auburbaa villa
Only one mile from Court ftquare (10 mla
mm drive) and on th. brat and moat popular
drive leading to the country, There la a lab'
yrinth of avenuea and atrrete being built
through three grounda under the eurvllnn
of one of the Anret englncera In the south
The loU and tract, will range In alee from Vi
acre tog to S acrea, the larger plate covering
tome of the moat beautiful and plcturoquc
elevatlona to be found In a day' Journey
end for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
AillBVlLLB, N. C.
hi n niDinouRCi
SO 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 buyingyourdruga,
mmlicines and such articles
at Canniehaers Drugstore,
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy eom
etition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street. Asheville, N. C.
Wo have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer Goods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRY C00D8. SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVIS
Klegnnt Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
lated easy 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
Cigai-s 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
Anheville 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.
F. A. GRACE,
( Pormerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. i Legal Block.
Strictly Brokerage HumIiicm
Loan, eecurcly placed at orr cent.
Oold, Sliver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Combl
nation Moulding. Aleo Room Moulding,
Picture Matted, Mounted and Framed at
loweat price, and work guaranteed. Bngrav,
Inga, Fainting and Local View alway on
a S. Main St., Aahevllle.
apr 1. d
11 .900 on annroved Aahevllle real eatatc,
intrrrftt b per cent. Appir in
(INSON & BUN,
THE K !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
THE STRIKE ON THE NEW YORK
FIRST FWKHSHT TRAIN WKNT
OVT THIN MORNINU,
OFFICIALS SAY THEY WILL WIN
POI.1CKOVT, Ht'T THICKIv'M NO
I'MK FOR THF.M.
NkwoVohk, Ant-tut 11. Whutevcr
way one looked at the aituntioti tlii
morning it aeemcd n though the atrikc
on the New York Central was slowly
petering, out. Nevcrthclvu both pnrtiii
to the blockade of pinuwiiKcr mill freight
traffic were, go far a wordH went ut all
events, as stubborn us ever.
All through the night the Oriiml Ctn
tral dcKit presented a scene of uiitiKiial
quiet nnd gloom, but as daylight begun
to npienr it was hurry, scurry every
where. There was some apprehension
apparently as to how the day's work
would lie begun and the third day of the
great strike entered upon. 1 lie newspa
per train moved out exactly on time at
3.55 a. m., and before seven o'clock two
trains had liecn sent autovcr the Harlem
division. Having been successful so far
the management set about making its
plans for tlie day and soon alter the an
nouncement was made that all trains
would be run to-day with the exception
of Hie Croton locals, both north nnd
south bound. It was thought advisable
to abandon these trains altogether, but
at the same time, to meet thecmcrgcncy,
the management arranged so that till
trains, except express trains, should stop
at all way stations north of Spuytin
The police arrangements remain about
the same as yesterday with exception
that the men were told not to leave their
imsts to-day for even an instant.
It was reported this morning that
the firemen ol the road hud struck, but
this was denied by Vicc-I'residciit Wcbli.
who said: "All the trains are running
all right and every one ol' them kit lien
full v manned."
"What about the siumil towers?"
asked a reporter.
"They urc ulso fully manned and the
men changed their shifts this morning as
tho'igh no strike hud ever occurred."
"1 he met is, mv voting tricnd, con
tinued Mr. Webb, "ever tiling is bcauli
lul nil nlong the road, except nt Syra
cuse. At tnnt point the raiiroan is not
getting sufficient protection. I have tel
egraphed to Governor Hill asking him to
send nut plenty of militia in order to pro
tect the employes ol our roan.
"We have nlreadv mnde arrangements
lor moving freight this morning. I have
not heard from Mr. Denew vet, nnd in
deed I do not exiicct to hear from him
to-day. V ou sec wc have coied with t he
strik.' so far ourselves and I think that
the worst of it is over, so that you can
readily see that there is no liklibood that
Mr. Uirpew will be called upon to inter
fere." The first trnin of freight forwarded
from this city over the road since the
strike begun, moved out this morning.
All the Ireiglit shipiel was K-riKlinilc.
The departure of the train was watched
bv about lot) men who stood in the ad
jacent vucuut lots. Two hundred police
men were on hand, but there was prac
tically nothing for them to do.
PnaMci.ger Trains) Away Itvlilncl
Time at that 1'lly.
IlrrPALo, N. Y., August 1 1. The situ
ation on the Central road here is un
changed. Strikers are few in nunilier and
are keeping very quiet. Trains from the
hast are coming in several Hours late
The Chicago Limited, scheduled to rench
the Hxchunge street dcMl at S.:I5 last
night, got here nlwiut 5 o'clock this
morning nnd at 10.80 was still standing
in the depot. If the train gels nut of
Buffalo seven hours behind time it will
be doing ns well as the passen'rs can
VOTF.D I.IKK nF.MOCRATN.
iiikrIU, Paddock and IMunin arc
Agaluat Too Much Protection.
Washington, D. C, August 11. The
senate met nt 10 a. m. The tariff bill
was taken up, the pcndingqiirstionliciiig
on Senator Plumb's amendment, offered
Saturday to paragraph 13, page 27, to
reduce the additional duty on iron or steel
hoops. The amendment was rejected,
veas. 18: nnv. 20. Three republicans.
Ingnlls, i'ndtlock nnd I'lumh, voted in
the aflirmntive. Mcl'licrson moved to
nmend the paragraph by making the
dutv on iron or steel hoops BO per cent.
ad valorem, instead of 1 ct., 1 1-10
cts. and 1 3-10 cts. per pound.
RKF.U WAS TOO FAMT.
He would Mot RecoKuUa Mr.
Rollers). Hut he wag Heard.
Washiniiton, August 11. In the house
to-day the journul huving been read, Mr
Rogers, of Arkansas, rose to object to its
approvnl, but the S?nkrr recognised Mr.
Cannon to move the previous question.
Mr. Cannon, however, yielded to Mr.
Rogers on the representation of the lat
ter gentleman, that he did not desire to
wnstc time, but to correct nnerror which
npiieared In the Journal.
Murder In Manhvllle.
Nasiivim.k, August 11. John Ilannon
was shot and instantly killed Sunday on
West Church street about B o'clock by
Chns. I'licque, a butcher. The tragedy
was the result of jealousy over Plicciuc s
wife, about whom Ilannon had been
spreading compromising rcKrts.
Lawrence narrcH'a Dausthter
nosTON, August 11. Th engagement
of a daughter of Mr, I-nwrcnce llnrrctt
to Mr, Marshall . r. Williams, ot kox
bury, Is announced.
Where Mr. Cleveland la Jnat Mow,
Pkovidknck, R. I., August 11. Orover
riovrlnnH will lw the cues! of Mr. ToMn
Denneat the latter'! summer residence
ot Thompson, Conn., this week.
Hut a Farmer Filled I'p on Hard
Cider and He Was Arreted.
Toi.kiio, 0., August 11. SMX'inl Pen
sion Ivxamincr W. S. Mayer, ol Cincin
nati, has captured "Kiickskin Joe," a
famous pension swindler, at a farm
house in Ivrie county, alter the far me
li.nl succeeded in filling him up on hard
cider, and thus made him hurudess. He
was brought to Toledo to-day and
placed in nil.
Me was all through the war, and in
the service of the government seventeen
years altogether, being n member of Cas
ters regiment, the Seventh Cavalrv ond
being a famous scout under OiiHter,
Terry, Crook and Keno, Joe has been
minting ins wny cum ov iieuiiug oin sol
diers. He represented himself to Ik- ii
icnsion ngent, and got fees for agreeing
to have pensions increased. It is said he
has thus made thousands of dollars.
MOI'NU AI.I.IANCF. HUNSii.
Denouncing llie Lottery nnd Lot
IIaton Rorim, I.a., August 11. The
Farmers' Alliance lias adopted resolu
tions denouncing the Alliance men in the
General Assembly who voted in favor ol
recharleriiig the Louisiana Lottery Coin
oany as traitors to the cause and the prin
ciples of the union and rclusing to affili
ate with them as members of the order.
and recommending that the subordinate
unions cxiicl them ; also denouncing the
lottery as a vile curse and enormous ini
IT'S ANTI-LOTTERY NOW,
THF. HIiNATK HILL RF.PORTF.D
The Recommendation In I'i.hi.I-
mouH thai It I'rhm, and II aeemM
Prohnhle Thut It will.
Wasiiinc.ton, August 1 1. The senate
committee on post nnd hsI roods to-day
ordered the ami lottery mail bill to bc
rcMirlcd to the stiiatc with the reeoin.
nicndatiou that it pass. The vote upon
this action is said to have Urn practic
ally unanimous, those not present hav
ing sent word to chairman Sawyer that
they were in liivor ol the uicaMirc.
The Mouth llujlng; Llneru! y.
Xkw Yokk, August 1 1. The volumcol
: radc is gnubrillv increasing. Advance
in wheat litis h id good cll'cct nV routiil.
I'nll trade is setting in well and u brisk
season is hoiieil for. The smith is buying
more blKT.'illv than lor some tune and
terms made show that section to lie ill a
very prosH'rous condition, more so k.t-
mps than any other except a lew Slates
il tlie central west.
F.loped Willi aso.oon.
I'lTTSIII KIi, I'll., AllgllSl II. 'I lie K'I-
pie ol Lawreiiceville, a section of 1'itts
burg, arc exercised over the cIoh incut ol
Hurtle Otic anil Miss Annie Kress. He
is 2.'l and a bartender, mid she but 10
and heiress to over $.0,oo cash, to say
nothing of a block of real estate. The
bride is an orphan and the daughter of
Killiau Kress, late a brewer ol heeling.
Is) It a Violation or Ur
TrcsoN, Arizona., August II. The
irderofthe Secretary of Wur reducing
cavalry and infantry regiments Irom ten
to eight companies is being put in force
in Arizona. Army officers declare that
this order of the Secretary of War is in
violation of law; that eougiess is the
inly power which can decrease the num
ber ol companies in regiments.
Hassachusella Unlns) Mo Von.
Huston, August 1 1 , The census of the
Slate of Massachusetts, with one city
and three towns estimated, gives the to
tnl iHipuliition as 2.t'.l4,.rMI. While the
State lias not fallen lielhnd on its rutin
of growth, the iiiiiiiIkt of Congressman
will lie the same as at present, twelve.
A Nlack F.ye for llie Lottery.
Nkw (Iki.kans, August 11. A nicinU'i
of the lottery company has received a
lisnatch from Washinulon which indi
cates that the lolteiy bill has good pros-
kcis ol passing ami lottery slock lias
lallcn oil lifly er cent, ill prices.
Took llie Hack Track.
Cowan, Tcnn., August 1 1. James Kol-
tius, who deserted his wife last week, has
H-'tvcived the error of his way, retraced
lis steps, sought and obtained bis wile's
tinrdon. and tncy arc now living as lie
Cometh husband and wife again.
A URF.AT FI.OOls.
The Homage Hone Will Amount
to (10,000 Worth.
The Concord Standard say that Nos.
II, 7, H, and 0 townships have been under
water. Cress' flour and corn mill, on
Jenny Wolf, is thought to !. moved from
its base, the wheels and forebav arc
washed out nnd iiwnv. The da mane is
great. Foil's mill was Hooded and dam
aged to n great extent. I ne nig dam
across the stream there broke. C. II.
Harringer's flour mill was damaged n
thousand dollars' worth. His saw mill
was lifted from its base and Honied down
tlie creek. Nearly the whole prop rty is
wrecked. A S(UM) bridge at Foil's mill,
three miles northof Mt. Pleasant, washed
away. A large public bridge nt llarrin
gcr's mill was knocked into ten thousand
ntnms. The bridge on W, R. Kiudlev's
plantation (formerly William W. Heed's I
is reported washed away.
Scarcely n bushel of corn will lie gath
ered from the llulTalo bottoms. It is nil
destroyed. The damage and loss thus
far reported, to building, bridges, crops
nnd hinds, arc estimated by calm men to
be over $10,000.
Mr. I'alsv Kirk, nn aged lady who re
sided cast of Albemnrlc, died ut her home
Katie Hell lliirkliruil, the fifteen venr-
old dnug liter of Mr, and Mrs. S F. Hiu k
head, dicil at Mooresville, Friday, after
Mr. William Lnckhnrt. of Charlotte.
was lound dead In lied at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Peter McGownn. Mr.
Lockhnrt had been confined to his bed
for five yean past.
IH TOTALLY DKHTHIIYKO IIV
A es.ooo Llhrary Hunted The
Hcliool lo be Continued IohhI-
ule CnuHe or the Fire A Worthy
Rutherford College nt Connally's
S rings burned early Saturday morn
ing. Mr. Gay Green, who went there
Saturday to attend school, and saw the
building burn, told the Citizkn to-day
that till the buildings crtuining to the
college were totally destroyed. The loss
including $l5,(i00 in students notes that
can be replaced, Dr. Alliernuthv's library,
$"1)1 K) mid two society libraries is about
7.10,00(1, ol which the building cost
flo.OOO and was not insured. Mr
Green states that the faculty have great
holies of rebuilding at once. An effort
will he made to continue the school in
the Methodist church, which has kindly
liecn placed at their disposal.
It is susM.vled that the lire was the
work ol un incendiary. Some years ago
a student was killed and bis tellow stu
dents were accused of taking part in the
lynching ol the murderer. The relatives
ol the latter have, it is said, made threats
of "getting even," and it is thought this
lire is the result ol such threats.
There was no little excitement during
the lire, but no one wus hurt. Xoutlcmpt
was made to put out the fire, for there
wus nothing wilh which to fight it.
The Raleigh Chronicle says: Ruther
ford College has a warm place in the
hearts of all patriotic North Carolinians.
and its president and professors deserve
the lasting gratitude of every citizen.
lluscolleuc has m yen tree tuition and
help to hundreds ol poor boys who
could not have obtained un education
without this help. llr. Ahcrnathy has.
in hardships unknown, sacrificed more
lor the education ot poor bovs than anv
living North Carolinian, and in the se
vere loss that has c line to him, he de
serves not only the sympathy of the
people, nut. incir practical Help as wi II.
It is not only a icrsoual loss. It is n
loss to the Slate.
ItlNuppolutcd In Love.
pAKKKksiii'Kii, W. Va., August 11.
Miss Llla Smith, living at Kanawha Sta
tion, walked to a quiet sMit on the Kan
awha bank, and threw herself into the
river Fortunately a man named Single
ton saw the girl jump into the river and
ran to her. He succeeded in reaching her
as she was going down the third time.
Hy great ellorl Siuiflcton uot her ashore
audio the house of a ncighlior. Miss
Mmlli is vHriel living Irom Iheetlccts
ol the shock, tiisnppoiulmcnl in a love
allaii is said to lie the cause.
John H. O'Reilly Head.
Huston, Mass., August 1 1. John lloyle
O'Reilly, poet and editor of the Boston
Pilot, died this afternoon at his summer
idciicc at Hull. His death is supposed
lo nave Ih-cii caused bv an overdose ol
chloral taken lor insomnia.
AITMKS or COXSIiuriiXCE.
In Chicago Mr. Storey, widow of
Wilbur F. Storey, of the Times, has
married oscph Ibinlop. managing editor
ol that piqKT.
The Loudon Times bus paid seven huu
dreil and filly thousand dollars ns its
share of the excuses ol the recent Par
John L. Sullivan mid Peter laekson
have been offered a SMo.O'Ni purse,
000 to the winner and .",l)uo to the loser
lor n tiuisli light ut the carnival palace
at Ogden, I'tah.
The Farmers' Alliance of fifteen tide
water counties propose to establish n
mammoth supply exchange in Norfolk.
A similar exchange, it is thought, will lie
established in Richmond.
Complete census returns show the pop.
illation of Colorado to lie UI.H0II, a
gam over lHSo ol 11.(1, HMO, and over
IMNiiof 21(1. ma. This give Colorado
one additional congressman.
The iKipulation of Atlanta, (in,, is (!,".-
The House ha passed the general defi
President Ingalls lias prohibited smok
ing in the Senate wing ol the Capitol ex
cept by Senators.
The impression prevails that some
modification of the tin-plate schedule
will lie made in the Semite.
The Attoruey-Generiil dccidcstlmt Gen,
Adam Hadeau is no longer in the nrmv.
and his name will be dropied from the
Republican tnrmbersof Congress lire
said to be lukewarm in their attitude to
wards the nduiuiistriition' null-lottery
Senator Hutlcr denounces the proposed
increase in the tariff on cotton-ties ns
rob'iery of the Southern planter in tlie
interest of iron manufacturer.
Mr. Vance made an amusing speech
Saturday, in ridicule of the claim that
the farmer derived any licnclit from the
tariff. The nature of the bargain be
tween farmer nnd mnmifncturcr, the
senator said, was well illustrated bv the
offer of one urchin to nnolhcr, "Jim, il
vyu give me a lute ol vour big red apple,
will show you my sore toe."
In the house Saturday, Mr. Ivnloe, of
I cull., staled mat wiioiiig iiic can oi tne
house he started to leave the hall,
but was stopied by one of the door
krewrs, who attempted to use force to
detain him, and he offered n resolution
providing the punishment of the offen.l
iiiu doorkeeper. Mr. Ivnloe blamed the
Ss?akcr for giving the doorkceier order
to retain nictnlicrs, but the Sieakcr de
nied having done more than inform one
doiirkecier thnt member had no right
to leave the house during a roll call. Mr,
linloe win very indignant nnd thcs)cnkcr
as drv nnd innocent ns usual. 1 he rcso
lution was referred to the judiary com
Heligoland has been formally turned
over to tjermany.
The Gnuteninlnn revolutionist have
been defeated by the government force,
One of the result of the Interview be
tween Queen Victoria, Emperor William,
the Prince of Wales and Lord Salisbury,
i the withdrawal of the candidature of
Prince Wuldcmar for the throne of Bui
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ia proportion, according to age In either
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ulwuj.unvt uway uu attuck ol ilcuUuehc,
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uul ucruiunent cure.
Fur sale ut
46 & 48 8. MAIN HTRIiKT,
tlpuoaile Hank ol Aahevllle.
Di-y Goods, Fniici' (iootls,
iiml Notions, Lmv Curtains,
TaliiV Linens, Towels, Nnji-
kins, Coiinteriniiies, Wliito
(luods. and IOinhroitlci ies at
prime cost. All Domestic
(loods, iiicludin"; Pride of llio
West, Wiunsutta,, Fruit of
Loom, 1-1 t'otloiiH and 10-1
Slieeliiiys at prime eost.
We call special attention
to out- law stoek of Kin.
broidery and Kuittiiitf Silk,
Zeidiyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All uo ut
Glove8, HoHiery and Ribbons
at umiHuall.v low prict'ri.
Ladies will save money by
uttending this special solo.