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Asheville Daily Citizen
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 132.
i; A place planned and level-
oping an a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A regiontiotd for health-
fulness and Ijeauty of
1 , SCENERY.
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
Jt is being laid out with
tante and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress,! UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. G.
Full stock Ladles.
Misses' and Children's
Wrap, la the latest styles.
Also a full and complete
Line of Underwear.
30 South Main Street.. 30
33 8. MAIN ST., A8HBVILLB,
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches,
spr 1 d
Waltis b. Owm,
W. W. Wsrr,
GVYII & WEST,
(1 to Walter B.Owra)
KEFIR TO MM OF A1HEVIUX
Loan Sectarelj Placed at
Commissioners of Deeds.
OPT ICB thoatat crarl MiMrej.
UST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Huadred. who are coming to Asheville
to spend tha Fall and winter.
All thoee who have houses to rat should
call oa us at once, as we have many appllca.
tlona for both famished and unfurnished
bourn, which w. are at present unable to
JBNK8 Jk JENKS,
REAL EtTATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
. Room jk iot McAfee Block
ta Patton Ave., Asbsvllle, N. C.
: F. A. GRACE.
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford av that H O. Bwart
told him that he heard Jim Oudger say that
Bob Vance told him that Kope Mlaa heard
that there wai no doubt hat W. W Rollin.
Mid that Tom Johnston thought that Bob
Funnan had told Bitting Bull that Buffalo
BiU had declared to J. U. Courtney that It
waa generally believed that Dan Reynold!
had aald In plain terms that he heard Jack
Worlcy aay that hi. friend John I.. Sullivan
had .aid that Bill Denver Informed him at
the congressional convention In thi city that
It was a well known fact that the House
keeper.' Union had caught Gen. Clingman In
saying that in hi. opinion it was a matter of
fact and of great public intcrat that J. J.
slacker intimated to Jeu Lowry that Bill
Nye had .aid while attending the county con
vention last Saturday that anyone caught
nnillng this ihall repair at once to the .tore
of A. D. CO11PKR, North Court Square, and
iaiect hi. mammoth .lock of all kind, of
Groceries, Provisions, c, where arrange
ments have been made to furnish you all
kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries of the
teat Duality at the Lowest Prices.
The best place in Asheville
or working people to trade
. oni 1 Aft IV T
is tne "JJig ltacKet." ue
promise low prices and good
goods, and where our guar
antee goes with nn article if
it doesn't turn out like we
way it will we refund the mon
ey. In our experience we have
'ound that well-to-do people
and rich folks always look
urther and try harder to
savea nickel thiui working
people and poor folks, so if
we give the latter bargains
and the full worth of their
money we cannot help selling
bargains to others. Among
our new goods, of which we
have a large stock, may be
bund at the very lowest
irices: All kinds of Shoes,
land made for men, school
shoes for children, fine and
common shoes for ladies,
blankets and comforts, hand
bags, grips and trunks, all
kinds of shoes, wall pockets,
mirrors and frames, lamps,
wicks, chimneys and burners,
chamber setts and tinware,
uits and caps, 25c. up, dress
goods and underwear, all
kinds of . shoes, shoulder
1 j e i
capes ana jacKeis, nanneis
and Jersey cloth, skirts and
skirting goods, dress trim
mings and linings, brooms,
buckets and tubs, all kinds
of shoes, fast black stockings
in cotton, wool, silk and
balb. overcoats, rubbers and
gloves, men's clothing in
suits, pants, pants, pants,
ALL KINDS OF SIIOES-in
fact everything to use or
wear at lowest prices.
Buy nothing until you reach
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loan. at. nrely placed at per cent.
O Dices 1
84 ft S6 Patton Avenue
Formerly of Lymaa Child I,
once No. 1 Le;al Block.
Strictly Brokerage BnnincM
Loam securely placed at per cent.
At Ilia Chestnut street i lam house with
wrll ventilated rooms, not aaa cold nam,
clnat'ta, Ac. Utah location, Bear car line.
WM. RsKINU, .
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, Utt,
la located In Asheville and will practice
Draughting of aay description a specially,
r. ti. nos vvu.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
ow prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be charged a
ow price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. so South Main Street
Asheviile, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
H. REDWOOD & CO.
I lots and Car
79 PATTON AVE,
Jnut arrived new Fall
shapes of Toylor's Celebrated
Hats, second to none inBtyle
and quality. Price $4.
Isonr motto, and we know the people ap
preciate It, for theyhava proves It hv thilr
lllieral patronaae we tuina tnni we arc
better prepared bow than ever before to Rive
onr rn.totnrrt the benent or low prices in
Our larrn tsnrrlrnr and Increasing lua.
ness Justify as In msslnn this statement It
Is needless for ss to enumerate the different
articles we carry. We sell Ihe
And can always guarantee them to ei resell e-
faetloa both la
Onr rarllltlra fur delivering; goods promptly
WHOLBSALK AND TAIL 0ROCKRB,
Cor. ratios Aveast sad Mais Street.
THE eS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THEY HAD 16,740 IN THEIR POS
HAD BVNCOF.D A GKEKN
Nbw York, Oct. 7. Robert D. George
and James H. Huffley, two Alabamans
were arrested lust night at the Grand
Central depot, upon the complaint of a
man giving bis name aa Hilton, charging
them with having buncoed a green goods
man. They were arraigned in the York
ville court, and held in $3,000 bail for
carrying conccjcd weapons.
Eaton, the complainant, did not put in
an appearance, though he promised to do
so. The prisoners are non-committal
and have retained jex -Judge Murray as
counsel; $10,740 was found in their tos
session, and by order of the court was
turned over to the procrty clerk.
Their counsel fought hard to prevent
this, claiming that bis clients were held
upon a charge of carrying concealed
weapons, not for takin,; money. The
money was their personal properly, and
the court had no right to deprive them
of it. He also urged that any man who
carried about his person such large
amounts was justified in having a pistol
to protect himself from beingroblicd Tin-
justice was lirm, and saitl that after the
charge against them had been disponed
of, they could begin a repleven suit tor
the recovery ot the $15, 70.
KVICXKD IRItsM TENANT,
They Should be Restored Where
the Potato crop Haw Failed.
Hi'hlin. Oct. 7. The Freeman's Jour
nal, in nn article on the proceedings 0!
the Irish nationalist conference, say
that if the government is anxious to meet
I'arnrii nail way it siiouid accept tne res
olutions adopted by the convention and
pass a bill similar to the act of 1887, re
storing evicted tenants to their holdings
and suspending evictions on the west,
northwest and southwest coasts of Ire
land. DOWN AN EMBANKMENT.
Twenty Persons Injured by a
Cincinnati, Oct. 7. I-nst night as tin
through passenger train on the New
port News and Mississippi Valley road
was neariug Olvmpin, an nxle on one ol
the cars broke, throwing the ear fron
the track and down uu embankment.
There were twenty persons in the car, all
of whom were more or less bruised und
Paying; Tin In North Carolina T
Chicago, 111., Oct. 7. It is understood
that a tin plate factory is about to be es
tablished here with a capital stock of $4,
500.000 and that I. U. Armour, 0. P.
Swift and other large puckers, together
with the Kronemeyer Brothers, of Phila
delphia, are interested. The tin ore is to
be obtained from North Cnrohim, South
western Missouri and the lllnck 1 1 ills.
St. Pa' l, Minn.. Oct.7.-Stcve llerger,
a miser living near Chamberlain, S, I).,
had been in the habit of secreting bis
cash in a cellar under his house. The
pile, which was all in bank bills, had ac
ciimulnted unlil the total amounted to
$5,000. Yesterday he visited the cellar
to count over his secreted horde when
rats hud chewed up the bills.
PlKbllnsr Ihe War Over.
Philadelphia, Oct. 7. The Comte
de Paris left for Washington this morn
ing accompanied by General 0. O. How
ard, General Butterfield, Colonel Coppin
Err and Colonel Nicholson. When the
warty arrive in Virginia they will lie
joined by General Sickles, who will go
over tne neia 01 mancciiorsviuc witn
Where the Prealdenl in.
Cincinnati. Oct. 7. The president and
his puny arrived here and in half an hour
kit lor St. Louis. A inrgrcrowngninereo
about the car and the nrmident did n
rood ileal of handshaking, but made no
NORTH CAROLINA FOLKS.
Rev. Dr. Huge steadily, though slowly.
improving, will return to Wilmington
soon to resume his litlKirs there.
The report hns hern circulated thnt
Hon. Z. II. Vance has joined the Roman
Catholic church. Tliis is a mistake,
Senator Vance is n member of the Pres
byterian church. Monroe Register.
Rev. Ins. B. Bobbitt. D. 1).. formerly
and for some time editor of the North
Carolina Christum Advocate, was tunr
ried recently to Miss name M. itervey,
of Knleigh, Key. Dr. Black officiating.
We were told that Thomns Gardner,
the nrnnrifuthcr ol Or. O. P. tinrdiier, one
of Slieiby's ablest physicians, came over
... r L' , 1 : 1
to tnis country irom otuwiinu nun niiseu
to mnnhnotl nnrt womanhood twenty
one boys nnd one gin. ancioy Aurora
There is a remarkable amount of en
ergy bundled un in thnt little wiry man
!. T. Kelsey. It is nnncuii toioos nooui
Highlands und not sec the evidence of it.
His early labors, unseen by later comers,
were such as to put that town on a foot'
Inif sure nnd Instiim. The amount of In'
bor done by him is simply enormous nnd
it took years to accomplish it. Franklin
Geo. W. Harris, who has for some time
been master mechanic 01 tne Richmond
and Danville railroad shops at Salisbury,
hue accented a similar position at Mn
eon, 0a., for the Georgia, Southern and
Plnrida. Mr. Harris will bs succeeded
hv C. W. Lee. foreman of the Danville
shops, and the foreman at Salisbury, L.
C. West, will ht promoted to foreman of
the shops, at Danvills.
Mr. T. J. Cheek, a natlv of Orange
county, who is now at Robanjr. Kingdom
of Siam, sends the Raleigh Chronicle a
copy of the Bangkok Times, which con
tains description of a new steamer
built by the Check Syndicate, of which
Dr. M. A. Check, wbo went to Siam from
Orange county, Is tbe bead. Dr. Cheek
and his brother art bow prospering in
I tbt Teak timber trade in Siam.
Several Persoiii Will Probably
Die of Tbelr WeundH.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 7. A fire starting
from gasoline occurred in the rear of
Ross' grocery, Twelfth and Carr streets.
While the firemen were fighting the fire
the flames communicated with a 23 gal
lon tunk of coal oil, which exploded,
blowing the entire eiiRt wall of the two
story building ii to the street.
Six firemen were hurt, three of them se
riously. John Brady, a spectator, had
both legs broken and his back hurt, and
will die. Klu a Pulaski had her head
split open and cannot recover. Kcnnie
Herrick, also a spectator, was badly
crushed and is in a serious condition.
The Riot Precipitated by
Brussels, Oct. 7. At a public cere
mony held at Mnlines yesterday, nt
which M. DcRruyn, minister ol agricult
ure ami public works, was present in his
official capacity, demonstrations of dis
approval iK-came so violent thai Vat gen
darmes interfered. This made matters
worse, nnd a riot followed; several riot
ers were wounded by the gendarmes and
twenty were arrested.
Some Census s-'iifures.
Wahiuncton, Oct. 0. The census bu
reau announces the total populn'ion'of
the state of Indiana as 2,1HK,o;iO, nn
increase in years of 210,721), or 10.05
per cent. The population of Michigan,
2,089,702, an increase of fiS,85.r or
27.60 er cent. ; territory of New Mex
ico, 14,802; increase 25,207 or 21 16
percent; California, 1,204,002; increase,
340,808, or 30.24 per cent.
National Bank's) Condition.
Washington, Oct. 6. The comptroller
of currency hns culled for a report of the
condition of national banks at the close
of business Thursday, Octolier 2nd.
MECHANICS, TI'KN Ol'TI
A Mass Meeting; to Take
On the TIckelH.
A mass meeting of the laborers nnd me
chanics of Asheville will be held in the
court house Fridny night to tnkr action
on the different cornly tickets in the
field. Speeches u ill be made by Messrs.
A. Shell, Curtis and others.
A Uood Man to Elect.
I. M. Ray snvs ol the democratic nomi
nee for clerk of the suierior court :
I. L. Cnthcv was n lieutenant in my
ild regiment, nnd 11 most gallant soldier.
He lost a leu at Cliickainaiign. TIioiil'Ii
iinKvcrisbeii, as nearly ull confederates
were, hcdiil not throw liimsell uihhi the
hnritv of his friends, but went ninufullv
to work for the supiHirt of his liimily,
vincing. even under the trying circum
stances, that indomitable spirit of inde
IKtidencc that he had fought for and al
most sacrificed himself.
In him wc have a man of unsullied
I'harncter. of uiniucslioncd patriotism
and gallantry a needy ninn, a cnpnblc
man, and a man that will give strength
to the ticket :md do honor to the party."
Dr. Milliard's Condition.
Dr. W. L. Milliard's condition is aliout
the same ns yesterday, except that he is
olmbly weaker tnnn tnen.
Miss Love Milliard returned this morn
ing from Staunton, Vn., where she has
been attending school. She was called
here by the sickness ot iter latncr. Kcv.
H. iiiinaril reaclicu ncre yesterday
progress of Resrlslrallon.
The registration book in the east wnrd
showed 32S names at 1.30o'clockto day.
01 these 108 are of white voters and 1S7
of colored. The west ward book
shows 270, 100 white and 03 colored.
AFFAIRS OF CONSEQUENCE.
The clerirr of Treves. Rhenish Prussia,
have denounced lawn tenuis as an unbe
coming game lor l.crmun girls.
The King of Holland suffers from In-
snninm. can take no nourishment 0111
milk, nnd is constantly confined to his
The new cruiser San Francisco has
been accented by the navy department.
A hiuhwny robliery by a negro woman
IS tne latest cnminui iiiciueiii 111 iiusmiig'
1 . . . ft : i . ' ii'-i.:....
It is proposed to set aside a part of
Rock Creek Park as a country home lor
Lieutenant-commander Rcitcr has been
ordered to Washington to give 111s ver
sion ol the killing ol lien. Hnrrunm.
South Carolina republicans talk of at'
tempting a combination with democratic
straigniouis agiiiu.i umimu nn n""
The tmnorts at New Vork last week
were over $13,000,0(10, of which about
$.1,000,000 was in dry goods.
!- I?l-l... ...,l IO ...nr. ,t(l
hnn-ihle ripnth from rabies, in Cincinnati,
the result of a bile by a irt dog in June
Joseph Clements, aged 2(1 years, while
repairing a roof at New Orleans came in
contact withnn electric light wire and
was instantly killed.
. A struw pnicr trust, representing
eighty-two mills, with nn output of 3J5
t.,n dnilv. has been formed nt Pittsburg,
Pa., to control tbe market west of the
Ex-President Cleveland hns accepted
the invitation to be present nt the 1 nur
mnn bnnoiiet to lie uiven on Novcnv
her 13, under the auspices of the
Thurmnn club, in Cincinnati. Judge
Tbiirmnn will be 77 years old thnt day.
The weather reports received at Denver
Monday showed that snow wns fnllirg
from Sulidu to Oorny, in the Rocky
mountains, and at Silverton, Aspen and
Glcnwood Springs. Six inches of snow
hns fallen at Aspen witnin torty-cignt
A trade review of Augusta. On., for the
nn.t venr shows that Auaustn's cotton
mills spun H0.000 bales of cotton during
the year, producing $0,000,000 worth of
pronUCISi rcceiveo I wu nunuicu mn, Mini
thousand bales of cotton, manufactured
and sold $2,000,000 worth of fertilisers;
that the wholesale and retail grocery
trade amounted to $30,000,000, and
that the total business was $70,000,000.
Twenty-sis miles of electric railroad have
been built and are In operation.
WHITHER IS HE DRIFTING
EWART MAY VET DENOUNCE
Brought up lo the scratch With
Difficulty Crawford In Entire
Accord With Ihe Alliance Just
as Ihe Democratic Platform Is.
Haynks' Stokb, Rutherford county,
October 3, 1800. -Contrary to all exiec
tntton Ewnrt put in an appearance here
to-day. His presence was almost as
much a surprise to himself as to the pub
lic. He had fully made up his mind to
jump over the whole of this county, save
Rutherfordton, but some of his party,
friends saw that his dodging so far has
irretrievably given the county to Craw
ford, and demanded that he should come
to this plucc in order to partially stay
the indignatioi of the people, in the hope
that some of the republican candidates
for county office may be saved. Mr.
Toms, a two hundred and fifty pound
republican, drove Ewart down to-day,
nnd 1 heard him remark to him upon
seeing the large crowd present: "You
see I wns right in saying that it would
never do to miss this appointment."
KWAKT ASA IlI'LLDOZKK.
Ewart tried all the acts of the bull
dozer and dissimulator to-day, in order
to steer the tide of popular feeling to
ward Crawlord. His arguments, or
rather his substitutes lor arguments,
were the same to-day, but he made more
fuss in his declaration, and assumed a
degree of honesty and independence that
wus us unusuu! as it was laughable. It
looks aow as though he would denounce
the alliance lielore the close of next week.
Crawford hiving voluntarily signed
every demund ol the alliance, and de
clared himself heartily in favor of evcrv
one of them, not only because he feefs
them to lie lust and right, but because
every one of them, word for word, com-
Hse a part of the democratic plutlorm.
Hwart does not know what to do about
bis position. He has completely lost his
head, nnd to-dnv declared that be would
never sign any demund coming from the
INDIGNANT AT TUB ALLIANCE.
He was fired with indignation at tbe
idea that the alliance should demand
any pledge from him as to whether he
would support the measures they deem
best calculated to advance the interests
nad improve the condition of the far
mers of the country, nnd declared be
would suffer his right arm to be torn
Irom its socket before he would sign
If the farmers are not willing to swal
low Ewnrt after he says he has turned
over his lawbooks to a fellow member
of the bur at Hendersonvillc, and deter
mined that he will practice no more law
so long as Kilitics will pay him better,
and joined the alliance against tne pro
vision of its constitution, then, says Mr.
Ewnrt, they may go tne ocmnition
bow-rows," und that be will sign no
ilcdue. He declares lie will have no col
lar around his neck, and hns crown so
great, and honest, and high toned, that
he will soon convince tne average larmer
that another term in Congress will make
him altogether too good and virtuous to
associate with common farmers and
workinginrn, let atone submit to a de
mand Irom them.
There were about two hundred per
sons present to-day, and every democrat
was greatly pleased wild tne way v. raw
ford gives Ewart his medicine, and, as
hits been the case at every appointment
in this county, he made votes for the
SAFK FOR CRAWFORD.
Dr. Twilty, democratic candidate for
the senate from this district, composed
of Rutherford and Polk counties, is unu
suully popular, and will lead the county
ticket, judging from the indications.
Rutherford is always considered a doubt
ful county with republican probabilities,
but 1 look uion it ns safe lor Crawford
liy Irom one to two nunorea majority.
This afternoon we move into Polk, taking
Mwnrt witn us. He can t well run again
until we re-cross the mountain. In bis
wrath to-dav be swore he would not run
again if to stand his ground meant the
tcarimr ol his throat ull to pieces. Ilehas
about made up his mind to be brave if it
scares him to death to accomplish H.
Ilrnve little Ewnrt! He hns a good. true
wife at home, and we do not wonder he
wants to be with her. He has not sold
bis law books yet, we are glad to learn,
and he is smart enough to make a good
living lor himself and lumily practicing
Col. Frank Coxe. we find, has host
of friends in Rutherford, who would have
been glnd to sec him nominated for con'
rress. but none of them are sulking,
Every man of them, so far as we have
seen, is hard nt work for Crawford.
The cotton cron is ate in nana: sain'
ered, owing to the ruin. The weather
to-dav is (kliulitlul, nowever, ana every
field is filled with pickers. The fact that
Kwnrt voted in the McKinlcv bill to in1
crease the duty nn cotton ties from 33 to
111,1 Iter cent, win nut wi-rcusc hi. tuh.-
down here. J. V. K.
A Herald ot tha Bales.
San Josh, Oct. 7-A faint comet was
discovered ny I'roi. a. is. uarnnra, at tne
Lick Observatory on last evening at
H o'clock. Its position wns R. A., 10
hours, 12 minutes, '20 degrees south
OUT ON TUB FARM.
The reduction of two cents per pound
in the tax on snulfand manufactured to
bacco takes effect January 1st, 1HU1.
Mr. H. W. I'rivett, a leading citizen of
tllack Creek, when in Raleigh told the
News and Observer thnt the tobacco
fnrmers in Wilson county have averaged
JKI0 an acre this year.
Several farmers tell the Concord Stan
dard cotton is now sprouting and rot
timr. Ilnlf-cracked bolls, over foot
front the ground, have sprouted, the
brnnches having grown from the boll
over two inches long.
Lnwson Knott came to Hilliardston
from Granville county about two years
ago and bought him a tobacco farm.
The first year he paid for the farm, and
this venr he will clear SlO.tuO. Is there
any country on earth equal to this?
Euhrnim McNnir an old colored man,
in all probability, taking everything
into consideration, will head the farming
records. With a blind horse which cost
him five dollars, he made nine stacks of
fodder, about eighty barrels of corn and
enough sweet potatoes lor uts own use,
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Since it does not contain an atom of
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46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
Stylibh dress trimmings,
ull stock full and winter un
derwear for Ladies, Misses
Kid Gloves for street, dress
and driving, corsets, hand
kerchiefs, hosiery, fancy
goods, tablo linens, curtain
drapery, sheetings, blankets
BLAZERS AND WRAPS.
Wo are offering the largest
variety of Blazers and Fancy
Wraps for early fall wear,
ranging from f 2.00 upwards.
The most stylish garments
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. Call and examine our
new fall stock.