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VOLUME VI.NO. 85.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping iw a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
f alliens and beauty of
An elevation of !,N0() feet,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for line
A eood opportunity tor
nroritnhle in vestments. For
illustrated pauiplilet. ad
LINVILLE IMPROVF.MZKT CO.,
l.lnvlPo, Mitchell ., N. C
CHP.TIOT. SATKEN AND
FLNNKL SHIRTS JI'ST
IN. LADIES' BLAZERS,
SHIRT WAISTS K.CHIM-J-SliTTUSJlISr
30 S'WTH MAIN STKIiliT.
93 H. MAIN SIT., A8HKV1LLB,
-ibtiis n.10 ma
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
apr Is) d
Waits B, owrw, W. W. Wkt.
GWYN & WEST,
(acecMon to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO SANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Notary Public. . CommlHlnnen ol Deed..
opyicit-aoatbMMt Court stquaro.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent. -
Loan, m urely placed at per cent. '
Oflleeat 94 ft 116 Patton An Beeoad floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wovld.'t bay timber land., mineral prop
erties or A.herllle Real RataU ? -
Then call on a, Horatio, and we will Hire
the thy money', worth.
We tan Mil the. houa. lot. lend thee ehek
el. to erect dwelling thereon, and Inaurc
the aame In aav Plr. tn.uranec Company
doing bMinii In thl. MtaM.
Olvs us a call, Horatio I . ,
JENKS 4k JBNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooms' o Jtio, McAfee Block.,
Pattoa At.., AabertlM, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBIC.'
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Hbn been wlthriruwn after a Tery aueceaarul
run, and we now prraent uur matchleu
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP;
IIOOKH OPKN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
During the month of Au
gust we want to close out
everything we have in the
ine of Hummer filoods. We
are going to buy a big stock
for the Fall nnd Winter and
we want no money locked up
in Goods to carry over. We
have some beautiful patterns
in Flouncings and Allovers
Mint we will sell so cheaply
that it would be economy to
buy even for next Siiiuiuc:
(is onecainiol ha ve too many
While Dresses. If you need
11 liliinket or 11 Comfort thesi
cool nightsyou . aii rind what
you want at our place. A
new line oMiiiiglinms in rail
Mimics have just come in,
nnd nregiing to bo gold very
ov, as is ouV habit with all
our Goods. We lime about
six let? Civa 111 Freezers of. the
seiisou's lot; they will besold
very low. You can still buy
('roquet Setts and Hum
mocks of us clieniMT than
nnyhoiiy else, uur More is
headquarters for all sorts of
I lousekeeping conveniences
of which we ask an inspec
tion. Come to see us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will save money. Every
thing at lowest prig's at
F. A. GRACE.
( PormerlT of Lyman A Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuitneiMi
lnn wrarvlv plaml nt N tier rent.
Taylor, Roula A Brottierton'a
NO. S PATTON AVKNI'U,
AaimVILLB, N. C.
Agent, far th. celebrated
Plumbing, Steam and
Go to Carniichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
whore you will at all times
And a full line of pure fres
Drugs and Chemicals, and a
low prices. His prescriptio
department is stocked wit
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign ami
domestic. And you can ivst
assured that your proscrip
tion will be tilled" correct and
that you will bo charged a
low price. Three registered
prescript ionists ready t
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered
W. C. CARMIGHAEL,
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
Lots and loth of
New Goods for Au
tumn just received.
We 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 GOODS. SMALLWARES, HATS,
8H0ES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
lnteil easy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day nnd night
illuminated with electric
ty telephone attachment
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks nil
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney'ti Cigar
ettes Choice Perfumery and
Soups Prescription Depart
ment 1 and clean Medi
cal supplies unnuestionauiy
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
smuvd, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around coni)etition
relegated to tho rear too
aisy . to say more to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C.
SEPTEMBER 3, 4, 5 & 6, 1890.
Of all the handsome and valuable irnierty
that has been iiftcred In A.ht vllle, none com
parable to the unbroken forest of over One
Hundred Acre, divided and aahillvlilrd Into
the moat beautllul lot. and tract., lying
Tho lUmleviinl of tho City,
About one-third being within city limit, and
the remainder In the charming .uburhan villa
Only one mile from Court Square (10 mla-
atr4 drive) and on th. beatand moat popular
drive leading to the country. There I. a lab
yrinth of avenue, and elneta lielng built
through thrae gmunda under the (uiiervlalnn
of on. of the nnret engineer. In the Mouth.
Th. Iota and tracts will range In .lie from H
acre to A to S acres, the larger plat, covering
hm of the moat beautllul and picturesque
elevation, to b. found In a day's Journey.
send for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son.
AIHBVILLB, N. C.
THE jlEVS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
THE REPUBLICANS' CAUCUS TO'
NIGHT ON THE GAQ LAW.
A I.I. BKHOI.VTION8 ABOUT 'IT
THE NEW YORK CENTRAL PARAL
YSIS ABOUT CURED.
THK HOI'aR JOURNAL STANDS
Washington, August 13. A call has
been issued for a cnucus o( republican
senators to-morrow night.
The call reads that the caucus is to
be held for the puriose of discussing
an order of business, but in view of the
several pending propositions to changi
the rules, that subject will doubtless re
THK PKKTIOI'S UVKsTION.
Reaolutlousj on that Point
Washington, August 13. In the sen'
ate to-day the house amendments to the
senate bills to adopt regulations to pre
vent collisions at sen and to amend the
net rclntive to shipping commissioners
were presented nnd were, on motion of
Mr. Frye, concurred in.
I he resolution offered by Mr Edmunds
yesterday limiting debate on the tariff
bill was laid before the senate and was
on motion of Mr. Aldrieh, who snid Mr.
iumun was awnre 01 nis purpose, re
ferred to the coin mi t tee on rules.
Mr. Itlnir's resolution authorizing
provision for the moving of the previous
piestion took the same direction on his
Mr. Quay's resolution, providing
among oincriniiigs.inrn vole on thetnr-
II 'Jill on the 30 ot Autnist. was n so Ion
motion ol Mr. Alilricli I relerred to the
committee on rules. After a statement
hv Mr. Uunv that he understood the re
olution of the general impropriation bills
to include tile river ami harbor lull Mr,
lour offered nn amendment to Mr.
Jiuiy s resolution so as to include the
leoerni election mil among (lie measures
to tic tukeu ill) lor consideration at the
present sessi in. Referred to the com
mitece on rules The House .joint reso
lution extending to the 21) of August the
provisions ol the existing laws in pro
ming lor the temporary expenditures m
lie government was laid Ik lore the sen
ate and passed, Tne tariff bill was then
The senate has confirmed lie follow
ing nominations: S. H, Horne mil nt
St. Thomas, West Indies; S, M. (irilriu.
postmaster at Quitman, Uu., and J. II.
i ' ipn-i ui imiion, ua.
THK CENTHAI. BTRIKK,
Vlcc-srrs)lclent Webb Ha None
or the Old Honda will be Re
Nkw Yokk, August 13. The strike sit
uation today remains practically un
hanged, excepting that the offenders
hum that it is improved. They sny that
freight trains are coming in and going
out on time, incy also say that the
running of the passenger trains has re
sumed me iiorniiu coutiiiion. I iiesuoui
ban trathc still suffers.
Vice-l'resiilcnt Webb snvs he has re
ceived numerous applications from old
mils, out will not, under any circum
stances rc-inslatc them. He also says
that lie has recci.ed applications Irom
men on other roads sufficient in manlier
to man the whole Central system. These
men are already emplovul. but thev
would consider a change to the Central
At the sixty-eighth street ynrdsthemen
arc lit work preparing to send out more
Ircight trains to-day. The usunl num
ber sent out from these yards nt this
time oi the year is irom eight to ten
daily. Yesterday live were sent out and
is expected that the nunilier will lie in
creased to-flnv. Preiifht trains nre briny
moved from St. John's pitrk in Thirtieth
The police nre still on guurd nt the
rnud Central depot, but to the ordi
nary observer there is nothing to indi
cate that there has been n strike.
Undon'a MtrlkniK" PoMmen will
Not be Rehired.
London, August 13. Postmaster (ten-
cnil Kuikcs has given his final decision in
the matter of the applications for rein
statement mnde by the postmen who
were discharged for taking iiart in the re
Of the 400 men dismissed from the ser
vice the postmaster general hns decided
that only titty should be again employed.
A number ot tne men discnargcd arc
TMKV kl'PPORT RKKD.
It Doe Not Matter Whether the
Journal la Correct or Not.
Washington, August 13. In the house
to-dny Mr. Sptirgeon of Illinois called at
tention to what he claimed were omis
sions in the journal of yesterday's pro
ceedings including the omission of any
reference to a point of order mnde by him
and moved that the journal he corrected.
The motion to amend was lost; yens
7S. nnvs HH. and the louraal was ap
Bam Mmall'a Trouble.
Atlanta, 0a., August 13, 1HIK). Sam
Small wants n letter of membership in
some church, but his efforts to get one
nve so far been unavailing. Although
preacher of national reputation and
president of ft flourishing young in
stitution of learning In the land of the
Mormons, he finds that he is a member
of no church, He can get no letter from
Bishop Heck with, of the Kpiscopnl dio
cese, as his treatment of the Episcopa
lians, who had made every preparation
Sornaui mm into mat inurcri wnen
cy heard ol his return to Methodism
in exchange for college presidency, es
tranged his friends in that denomination.
THK ALUMNI AHBOCIATION.
It In Organized at the V. M. C.
Rooiiih I.aHt Night.
A nuiober ol former students of the
university met in the V. M. C. A. lecture
rooms last night and perfected the or
ganization of the transmontuiic branch of
the State University alumni association
Dr. Battle explained that the purposes of
these organizations is to increase the in
fluence of the university by giving infor
mation concerning the work done by and
the condition of things at the university.
The university has no ngents who can
vasses lor students and it (Upends upon
its alumni lor support. Remarks were
made by Dr. Carroll, Or. R. H. Lewis,
Locke Craig. 1. C. Martin and Colonel
Cameron. A constitution was adopted.
Colonel Cameron was elected permanent
prv-Biurni; ir. I nrron, vice president, and
V. A. Wcoli, secretary and treasurer.
An nnntml dinner will hrreulter lie held
There are in Asheville alone fortv per
sons entitled to membership in this or
gnnization, but the association includes
more territory than Ashevi c. All
alumni west of the Blue Kidgc are ear
nestly icc nested to corporate. Further
more, nil iiersons who have been officers.
students or prolessors of the university
can become mcmlicrs.
THK MIFI.K CONTKHT.
It 1'romlHea lo Be a Mont Huccc-mm-
The rifle shooting contest to take place
in this city on the firat duv ol September,
bids fair to Iw an occasion of great intcr-
st. The prizes offered, and the liberality
of the terms granted have proved suffi
cient to attract shooting duns and indi
iduni marksmen Irom several States,
Mr. I'unnnn who is general manager ot
the shoot, is in daily receipt of letters
from various parts of the country, and
alrendv several regularly organized
teams, both civil and military, have sig
nified tneir intention to enter the contest
Charleston and Colutnl'i.i will liith send
teams, and the militia of the State will
be represented by teams Irom Ixuli tin
-.astern and Western part nt the State.
in addition to the contests advertised
lx- participated in bv reuularlv oriran-
rcd teams only, individual marksmen
will Ik-offen d an oppoitunitv to exhibit
their skill in shoots lor sweepstakes al
ways tne most interesting part ol
HOI'tiHT IN AHUKVII.I.K.
hv Wlilitler I.nndH PurchitM-rl
b C. K. (irahutn.
The Whit tier hinds in Swain county
bout 7i 1,1 it K acres, have been sold to L.
Iv. Orahani, Nult. Atkinson and I. M.
I'hrash. This tract is considered the
liut'Ht IhmIv ol timliered land m North
tenth or John Movie O'Reilly.
Boston, August 13. The grief which
he untimely death of John lloyn- O'Reilly
has caused is universal in the community.
The tributes to his manly virtues which
the iiewspiiicrs pay to-day are warmer
man would uc culled lorlli liy the demise
I almost anv oilier citizeu ol Hoston.
Cardinal (iihhons said when informed ot
he sad event nt Bar Harbor: "It is a
public calamity not only a loss to the
oiintry, out to the cnurcliuml humanity
The Great Mtrlke In Wale.
Uinpon, August 13. John Burns, the
labor ogitutor, has gone to Wales in or
ler to assist in carrying nut the details
relating to the great strike.
No words can possibly exngcratc (In
state of complete and utter paralysis ol
trade ol all sorts in Wales. Huge col
liers, sailing vessels, nnd steamers and
great ocean linersnrr lying at the dock
i Hiniimu' iiiiencaa, iwi mere until a ion
f coul in sight to put into them.
A Reirular HrlR-haiu Vounir.
CiiiCAdo, August 13. Max Schullx.nn
employe of the Santa Pc railroad, is in
riotis trouble. He was arrested to-day
on a warrant sworn nut by Tina Wittr,
ho says she married nun n lew weeks
ago, not knowing that he had live wives
vmg at the time, having been divorced
from none of them. The case was con-
nucd to allow the police to find tin
Dylnif From a Mad Dog's Rile.
Atlanta, August 13. Parmer Costly
nnd his wile, living near Tyre, in Carroll
tinty, are dying from the effects of a
mad dog's bite. When the dog attacked
r. Costly his wile went to his assis
tance, and the dog planted its teeth in
r hand, it nciu on until n neiglimir
came from a distance ol half a mile and
cut its throat.
Negro Lynched In Nebraska,
An kansah City, Neb., August 13.
William Bcavir, a negro, attacked Mrs.
Lucy Alwrnnthy, but she bent him off'
ml he lieu. 1 lint evening he muile a
milnr attack upon a negro girl, lies
ver was arrested, but a crowd of men
tooU him awny from the sheriff and
hanged him to u tree,
A Runaway River.
St. JosKi'it, Mo., August 13. The Mis
souri river is cutting nwny its banks on
the Kansas side, opposite this city, nt an
alarming rate. If prompt measures nre
not tnken Wathenn and Klwood will be
swept away and St Joseph left high and
dry, while tne million dollar bridge
pun a dry water course.
Alliance nemocrsl Nominated.
KALKMiii, N. C, August 13.-W. O. B.
Brunch was nominated yesterday on the
first ballot for congress in the democratic
convention ol the First district ol North
arolina to succeed Skinner. Branch is
an Alliance democrat.
Mrs. Roliert Oorrcll, of South Greens-
iro.dicd Inst week of consumption after
Mr. Win. II. Bledsoe, a member of the
Raleigh bar, son of Mulor Moses A. Bled
soe, died Sunday morning,
Durham mourns the death of Mr. 12. K.
Turrentine. He hnd heensick only about
week, nnd he was not thought to Ik
Mr. Charles Clinard died Sunday niuht
at his home in Broudbuy township, seven
miles below Snlcm, Mr, Clinnrd was
about 00 years of age, and was a highly
KILLED AT HIGHLANDS.
I.KWIH. OF CHARLESTON,
FAI.W IOO FEET.
The Accident Happens) While He
Is) With His) Wire-A Her Taken
Home He Olea Wllhln an Hoar,
Atlanta, August 13. From High
lands, N. C, comes a horrible story of
the tragic death of one of South Caro
linn's lending citizens, Vanderhart Lewis,
Lewis, his young wife and child have
been spending the summer at Highlands,
one of the most populnr of the Carolina
resorts, they having a cottage there
Yesterday these three, with a Miss Van
derherst, the niece of Mr. Lewis were
walking near the edge of the precipice at
Glen Falls about two miles from High.
Suddenly Lewis slipKil, and before the
horrified relatives could do anything to
prey nt it, fell over the precipice a dis
tance ot a Hundred left to the rocks be
low. There was no way to get at him
and nn help nearer than three miles, and
one hundred leet down lay the husband
and miner apparently lileless.
Miss vnnilerherst ran at tne topot Her
smi'd to Highland for assistance, while
the almost crazed wife stood by the edge
ol tne precipice watching over the body
ol tier dear one below.
I-or three hours she was compelled to
endure this suspense; then help arrived
and the men succeeded in getting to
He was not dead and by hnrd work
willing hands got dim to the top and
then to his cottage home two miles off,
but there was little hoe and within the
hour lA-wis died. His body was taken to
his home in Charleston to-day.
A1TMKS Ol' COXSEO.rii.WE.
Suit has been brought in New York for
nn inlant tor damages in a street car lie-
lore nc was Horn.
New Jersey nnd New York brick miinii-
lacturers have sulim-rilied hull a million
dollars to sustain the boycotted firms.
Four companies of I'nited States troops
from Little Rock and Fort Reno nre en
route to the Chickasaw Nation to be dis
tributed nt the various polling places on
election nay next Wednesday.
A company hns been organized in Ohio
to build a railroad from l-iiidlny to Fort
Wayne, The projected line will parallel
tne .Nickel its entire length at a distance
of from a half mile to four miles. It will
Ik- a mile shorter than the Nickel Plate.
A saloon nt Hcckcrt's Camp. South Da
kota, was blown up Sunday by drunken
ciamps. The proprietor was blown in
the river, but escaped. The tramps seized
all the liiuor they could find and escaped.
I lie saloon had Ixcu m operation only
Charles Cosgrove, an a-ronnut. was
killed Sunday at Portland, Ore., while
making a parachute descent. When
.iImiuI lint) feet from the ground he lost
his hold nnd fell, landing on a paved
street. He was mnngled almost beyond
After nearly ten vents of wundering in
this country and Canada. Captain How-
gale, the once trusted disbursing officer
of the signal service corps, wh-isc defalca
tion, arrest nnd night in the lad ol 1HH0
made such a sensation, is said to be now
living in New York under an assumed
Mrs. Minnie McKay, nee Treat, has be
gun suit for divorce Irom her huslmnd,
Gordon McKay, alleging infidelity. Mc
Kay is a itosion millionaire, who madea
fortune out of a patent lor sewing shoe
soles with brass wiie. He is 70 years
old and his Ix-nutiful wile but 33. Thev
have two children.
The I'hotogrn pliers' Association ol
America will meet in iiunuul convention
in ashington to-duy.
Senator Teller has dianpiMiinlcd his re
publican colleagues by advocating the
lullest discussion of the tariff bill.
Comrress hns pledged itself in thesundrv
civil bill to the erection of another build
ing for the government printing office.
Senator Wilson, of Maryland, made a
forcible argument in the senate Monday
against the promised increase in theduty
on tin-plate as a burdensome tax on one
of the great industries of ihecouiitry.
The conference of American eonsuls-
general in Paris, adopted a resolution
lavoring leniency in enloreiiig the pro
visions of the McKinley tariff bill.
The British government hns informed
the cardinal secretary of state that it is
iiniMissible for lingland to receive a pa-
ml envoy or to send a minister to the
Irish members of the house of commons
are urging Poie Ix-n to transfer to lin
gland Bishop O'Dwyrr, of Limerick, who
tins made lumsell omcctionnhle to the
Catholics of his diocese by his iersisteiit
objection to the borne rule cause.
THESE A HE POLITICAL.
The Ormundsville, Greene county. Alli
ance have indorsed the course of Sena
tor Vance while condemning his critics.
They believe in Vance.
It wns rather hard for the pale face
brother to swallow from his dark skinned
pnliticnl brother the taunt that the le
tiublienn nnrtv in Ornnire etmnlv wna
composed of ninety rrsx-rlnhlc colored
men to ten low down white men. Yet it
was so stntod m the convention in Hills
boro Saturday. Durham Glolie.
Railroad corporations are as n rule
governed by men ol sense, and they don't
start out to slaughter even such a big
game as Vance just for the fun in it.
Taking all things into consideration, it
is sale to say that the Richmond and
Dtuivillr company is not working thnt
rncket, and that the fellow who started
the rcMirt dug up an old chestnut. Wil
Lenoir county convention on Saturday
lust was unanimous in its endorsement
ol Vnnce, nnd her member of the legisln
ttire wns instructed to vote tor his re
election. Colonel N. B. Whitfic d. tires
dent of Lenoir county Farmers Alliance.
wns nominated for the house of repre
sentatives in the next legislature, and he
announced that he would vote for Vance
first, last and all the time.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK REGISTERED.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cure Kvery Variety of Headache
AND NOTHINO BL8B.
Has earned lor 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, Headaciib. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quurters, 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 dors not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain an atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contnins
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar 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 quulitics make it
the most populur and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
Dl RUCTIONS PUR U8B.
The doae for an adult la two teaapoonfuls
in a wine glnaa ot water. Doae for children
in proportion, according to age la either
eaac the dose can be repeated every thirty
minue. until a cure la effected. One .one will
alway. drive away u attack of Headache,
if taken wbea flrat feeling the premonitory
aymutome; but if the attack la well on, and
uttering la Intense, the second or third doae
may be required. Ueually a greater number
of doae. ia required to effect th. Brat cure
than la needed lor any succeeding time there
after, abnwing that the medicine ia
lative in iU cfTccU, Und log toward an event
ual permanent cure
For tale at
4 & 48 H. MAIN STREET,
nnnntr Rank o AaheTlllr.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
and Notions, Lace CuTtuinH,
TiiIiIk Linons, Towels, Nap
kins, Counterpane, White
Goods, and Embroideries at
pr cost. All Domestic
Goods, includiiij? Pride of tho
West, Wainsutta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-1 Cottons and 10-4
Sheetings at. prime cost.
We call special attention
to our large stock of Em
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go at
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin
Underwear at eost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
at unusually low price.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sale.
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