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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 135.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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A place pluuued aud devel-
oping at a
Situated ill the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
I'ulnens and beauty of
An elevation of 8,800 feet,
with cool .
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A irood opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
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HEFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely flared at 8
Notary Public. Commlaalonrra ol Deeds,
OFFICtR outhtmnt Coaii Bqaara.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, who are coming to A.hevillr
to iiend the Pall and Winter.
All those who have houar to rent ahould
call on ua at once, aa wt have many appllca
tlon. for both furnl.hed and unfurnl.hed
houeea, which we art at prrnent unable to
JUNKS A JRNKS,
REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room) ft 10, McAfee Block,
n Patton At., Ashrrlttt. N. C.
F. A. GRACE.
DKCORATOR . J
Who Told You So?
W. T, Crawford wyg that H O. Ewart
told him that he heard Jim Cudgcr say that
Bob Vane told him that Kope Elian heard
that there waa no doubt 'hat W. W Kolllaa
(aid that Tom Johnston thought that Bob
Fnrman had told Bitting Bull that Banalo
Bill had declared to J. H. Courtney that It
waa generally believed that Dan Reynolds
had tald In plain terms that he heard Jack
Worlcy lay that hll friend John L. Sullivan
had tald that Bill Denver Informed him at
the cnnirresslunnl convention in th's dty that
It waa a well known fact that the House-
keeper.' Union had cauuht Gen. Cllnsmnn In
Haying that in hia opinion it wat a matter of
fuel and of great public Intere.t that J. J
Mackcy Intimated to Je. Lowry that Bill
Nye had auid while attending the countycon-
vention last Saturday that anyone caught
rending this ahull repair at once to the More
of A. 1). COnI'liK, North Court Square, and
inspect hia mammoth stock of all kind, of
C.roccrics, Provision., Inc., where arrange
ment, have liecn made to furni.h you all
kind, of Btaple and Fancy Groccrlei of Ou
tlet Uuality at the l.owc.t Price..
The best place in Asheville
for working people to trrfde
is the "Big Racket." We
promise low prices and good
goods, and where our guar
nntee goes with an article if
it doesn't turn out like we
say it will we refund the mon
ey. In our experience we ha v
found that well-to-do people
and rich folks always look
further and try harder to
save a nickel .than working
people and poor folks, so
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
found at the very lowest
prices: 'AH kinds of Shoes,
hand made for men, school
shoes for children, fine and
common shoes lor latiies,
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,
hats and caps, 25c. up, dress
goods and underweur, all
kinds of shoes, shoulder
capes and jackets, flannels
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 mid
bnlb. overcoats, rubbers and
gloves, men's clothing in
suits, .pants, pants, pants,
ALL KINDS OF KHOES-in
lace everything to use or
weur at lowest prices.
Buy nothing until you rench
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Kutate Brokers,
And luvcatment Agents.
Loam sc. urely placed at II per cent.
H a IM Pntton Avenue
(Former! of Lyman Child I.
Office) No. x Letral Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BnatncM
Loan. Meanly placed at oar cent.
At 1n Cheatnut atreeti lara bona, with
well ventilated rooms, hot and cold bath.
clo.i t.. Ac. High location, near car line.
rem 1. accommodating,
WIM. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U S. N.,
1 lotated In Aahevilb) and will practice
Draughting of any description pcdalty,
. . Mo. si,
Go to Carmiohael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescriptioi
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 nn
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescription ists ready t
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered
W. C. CARMICH AFX
No. 90 South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVIi.
Just arrived new Fall
shapes of Taylor's Celebrated
Huts, second to none in style
and quality. I'rico !f.
Is our innttn, and we Vnnw the iieople si
predate It, fur they hnve proven it bv th'lr
liberal patronaire. We think thnt we are
better prepared now thnn ever before to give
oar customers the lieneftt of low prices In
Our large esiierienec and Inerrnsing busi
ness Ju.tll s In makln this .Intement, It
Is needless far ns to enumerate Ike dlflerrnt
articles wt carry, Wt aell the
And can atwaysiruaranteetheni to give satis
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Onr facilities far delivering goods promptly
WMULMALB AND TAIL 0KOCKH8,
Cor. Pattoa Avenue and Mala Street.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
O'llRIKN AMD DILLON I.KAVK
EXCITEMENT IN TIPPERARY WHEN
THE FACT IS KNOWN.
DrntiN, Oct. 10. Thcciigeofthccrown
against William O'Brien am) John Dillon,
churned with conspiracy in inciting tru
ants not to pay their rents, wns nu;uiu
culled in the tnnu.istrntc's court nt Tip
per:! rv this morning.
When the court uiemd Messrs. O'Hricn
unci Dillon did not npiwur A rumor is
current that they huve forfeited their
buil of $r,000 each in the conspiracy cuse
and that they sailed yesterday from
Oucenstown for the United States.
Much excitement prevailed in court
when it became known that O'Hricn and
Dillon had left the place. There is as yet
mi confirmation, of the report that tlicy
have sailed from (lucenstown. The in
lormation thus tar received shows that
they did not leave by the ordinary clwin
nels of passage. Their bail will be paid
by the national league.
Warrants have been issued lor the ar
rest of Dillon and U'llrien.
They Nominate A. C. HaHkell for
C01.ru hia, S. C., Oct. 10. A con veil
tion ol democrats opposed to the elec
lion of Ii. K. Tillman as governor ol
if South Carolina, met nt the stnte cni-
tol vestcrday. The billowing ticket wus
For governor A. C. Haskell, of Hich
am! : liciiteuam-unvcmor . D. Iiilm
son, ol Marion; secretary of state lid
nntnd llariKT, ol Williamsburg; nttor-
nev-gencral Jos. W. Karn well, of Charles.
ton ; comptroller-general l-.dmuiid lin
eon, ot biiitrtuuliuri:; state treasurer
W. A. Aiicrum, of Kershaw : iidiutnnt
and iiismk-1 uir-ccncr.il K. .. Kichboun
of Kichland; suiierintenilent ol educutiou
Ii. Ii. Kngsdale, ot Inirlicltl. An ail
I reus to the uconle was adopted allirni
ing allegiance to the principles of democ-
cy, ami charging that the 1 illinaintes
d orraved class nuainst class, and that
their control ol Hie party w as si cured liv
the secret caucuses of on "oath bound
sH-iely." No allusion was made to the
He KIIIh the AhhInIh-.i( Ht--;tn-
lendeiil of an Iiihhiiw AhIuiu.
Nnw YoKK, Oct. 10. J a mis I). Dough.
erty, Mary Anderson s crny admirer,
shot and killed Dr. George W. Lloyd, as
sistant suiierintendent nl the Flat Hush
nsane asylum vestcrduy nltcrnoon.
Dougherty wns arrested nt the New
ork end ot the Uroolilyn linage, two
ours alter the murder, lie wns
arraigned nt the Tombs lHilicc court be.
lore Justice Kilbrcth this morning and
turned over to the Hrooklvn police. He
was taken to Kruoklyn nt once, where he
wns committed uutif after the coroner's
iniiiest is over.
i tne police court the prisoner np-
licared unconcerned nnd carelessly read
ail account of the shooting in a morning
i Falllny: on In I lie General Per.
Wasiiinoton, (K-t. 10. The (K-tolwr
statistical returns of the department ot
agriculture report a material decline in
cotton prospects, n tall in the general
K'rveiuagc irum no.o to ou. i nc state
Vircinm.02; NorthCnrolinn.nl ; South
Carolina, H3j (Vtirgia, H'i; Florida, 81 ;
iiiiiiiiuiii, ro ; Mississippi, ai; l.iilll.iana,
:; lexns, 77; Arkunias, SO; Tcnnea-
The cause of the deterioration is too
much rain. The value of the crop is
somewhat reduced by discoloration.
A KII.I.IMO IN CHavKOKtCK.
WhlMlty and an Old leud-Kvert-
From Mr. I'eyton Jones, of I'ostcll,
his couutv, wc learned thnt on Moudiiv
ight of lust week nt Thompson's com
missary, on the Knoxville Southern, nenr
Taylor's Icrrv, Joe Whit t was killed, John
Vest wns shot twice, "I'tid" Tnvlor wns
shot once nnd Carson, whose given name
is not known, was shot once.
Whisky nnd an old lend is up(Hisrd to
have been the cause of the shooting.
At the coroner's inquest nnd In-fore n
mnuistralc, the parties were fullv exon
erated. Murphy Set. nt.
UKATH ON A STMKliT CAM.
McC'anlc, offolamhla, M,
lied ThlM Morning.
K. I. McCnnti, of Columbia, S. C,
died suddenly on street car No. 3 this
morning nt about lO.l'O o'clock, Mr.
McCnnts boarded the car at the de
pot nt 10.15 o'clock nnd ntipcnrvd
to be differing nt the time, lie bnd
his hatiil on his brenst, nnd sat
down on the step of thrrenr platform.
Conductor J. I.. Steele, saw thnt the mun
seemed sick, nnd n short while after lenv
ingthedepot noticed him careen. Ilcstop
ped the car nnd with help carried the sick
man into the car nnd laid him on sent.
Mr, McCanU gnve a gasp when he was
laid down and died almost immedintelv.
His body wus taken to the office of the
street railway company.
The dead mnn was an uncle of Dr. W.
G. Smith, of Knysor nnd Smith and H.
K. Smith, the dentist. He wnsaeenby W.
(. Smith this morning and seemed to be
well. He said he was going to the depot
to buy a ticket to Spartanburg. He ei
pected to leave here to-morrow morning.
At tlie depot it it inid thnt he remarked
that he wanted the ticket to tend his
His nephews took chnrge of the body
and It will lie taken to South Carolina
Mr. McCanls was a married man and
leave a wife and four children in Colum
bia. He was filly-five yean old. He hntl
been at work at the Haywood White
Sulphur Springs hotel this summer.
The cause of his death wat pronounced
to be heart disease,
A Ureal Day at Terre Haute for
Tkkkk Hai'TK, Oct. 10. Three world's
records were beaten at the trotting meet
ing here ji sterilay. They were the fast
est stallion record, the fastest mile paced
or trotted in a race, and three fastest
beats. The Maine stallion. Nelson, mude
a mile in 2.11', 4. In the free-for-all pac
ing Hal Pointer made a mile in H.OWh.
The time in the other two heats wus
SENATOR M. W. RANSOM
HR HPKAKs) AT THK COl'RT
A Iiriie Crowd In Attendance A
Good speech from a Good Dem
ocrat Reed and Ml) Kullnirn
Senator M. W. Ransom spoke at the
court house in this city to-dnv. The
crowd in attendance was large nnd the
court house was comfortably tilled
Senator Kausom was Introduced by (icn
T. I.. Clingmnn and spoke for some time
on the Hilitical issues ol the campaign,
The Sicukcr liegan by stating that he
hud liccn sick lor some time and wns
really unable to lie on the cunvnss, but
felt it his duty. He said that all the im
provements thnt had taken place in Ashe
ville in eighteen years had been brough
ahoutjiy the democratic party. "If the
bnd government of the repuhli
can party hud been kept up,
he continued, "this condition ot
Improvements would never huve been
brought about. The administration of
justice was corrupt when the republican
party was in power, rrom lWu to li,i
there was not a white man in the state
with n family who. when he went to bed
nt night did not tremble nt what might
be the imssnnc lute oi ins laniiiv miorc
the next morning. Now he sleeps
pleasant happiness. This is n monument
to the dctnoernticparty. It seems t range
that n sensible white mun can Ik- any
thing else thnn n democrat.
TUB ONLY FMKK GOVKKJIKNT.
"As to the national government, we
have the Ixst government in the world
it is the only free government that
ever existed. To be happv, food and
virtuous a mnn must lie nble to say, 'I
nm u tree man. 1 his government has
liecn handed down bv our fore lathers
aud we should try to preserve it. The
soul ol this free government is that the
Iieople nre the law makers. They elect
their representatives tocohgressnnd they
voice the sentiment ot the iieople. need
was elected stwakcr of 'he house nnd has
suppressed tins voice ot the people. I lie
most liniwirtiint lulls ever suimiit led to
ingress have Ix-cn hurried through the
house bv Kccd s rulings. Ix-st tyrnnni
eal nets than these of Speaker Heed cost
King Charles Ins head.
I Ins state ol altairs is to n certain ex
tent the Inult of the democrats of the
Ninth district. W hen the last congicssnict
llicrc wns but three majority for the re
publicans in the house of representatives.
It lirower, from therilthdislricland l-.w
art from the Xinth district had not In-cn
there, the democrats would have had a
majority and Kecd would not have been
imposed on the people. I ask you not to
commit this error again. If the demo
crats of the Fifth and Ninth districts had
dune their duty at the mills we would
nut have a despotism: we would not
have a force bill and a tarilf.
TUB rORCB DIM..
The force bill provides thnt congres
sional elections in the southern slates
shall be overlooked nnd suervisrd by a
federnl officer appointed not by the iieo
ple but by a federal judge and this super
visor will hnve to give his certificate ns
to who is elected and who is not. That
force bill is mi the table of the senate.
Thnt hodv now hat a reriiblican majori
ty of tcn.liut if the people elect a demo
cratic house, these leaders will tind the
sentiment of the people nre opposed to it
and will hull.
The reason for the poverty of the south
ern country is the bnd laws of the repub
lican parly. I lie tnnlt law ol me war,
and whicli was in force until Oct. 1 was
the highest ever passed and the nverngr
tax was 4r per cent. 1 he new taritl bill
puts nn average tax of (10 iicr cent, on
Senator Ransom referred to the Hlair
bill nnd its lailure to puss. He nlluded
to the difference between Mr. Cleveland's
administration and Mr. Ilnrrison's. in
that Cleveland apiKiintcd numerous
southerners to iiosiliun nnd Harrison
but a few.
Whenever Cleveland s name wns men
tioned, the crowd gnve hearty applause.
Senator Kansom tnitl lie had voted lor
!, 11, Vance for governor in IhHU nnd
hat he wanted everybody to support
him lor United Suites senator us l lie Ik. it
friend the farmer ever hod.
Rube Hnrrowa' Remain.
IIikminoiiam, Oct, 10, Kubc Harrows'
body wus taken to Latniir county yes
terday nnd delivered to hit father at
Sulligent stntion. The old mun wept nt
he sight nt hit boy t remains, nnd Ins
sister went into hysterics, crying out
that he was shot down like a dog.
SOUTH CAKOLISA FOLKS.
Hon. V. M. Simmons, of New Heme.
ex-congressman from the second district,
will shortly move to mston to prac
The Hansom rince Uaptist church con
gregation, New York, has unanimously
voted to extend n call to the Kcv, A. C.
Dixon, a North Carolinian now living in
Wilrv Madison Williams, of Knlriith.
wns stricken with paralysis nn Monday,
nnd died on Tuesday. He was a gal
lant niemliernf F.llis', afterwards Manly 't
battery At the celebration of the Meck
lenburg crntrnial at Charlotte in 1H73,
by n premature discharge of a cannon he
wat serving, he lott both hnndt nnd nil
ol one arm and a part of the other. He
wnt in nit 37tn year.
Mist Annie H. Voting left two weeks
ago for Trenton, N. J for the purpose of
teaching. Alter passing a most credita
ble examination before the state normal
school, the wnt assigned a position.
Upon entering her clnss room, she wnt
allocked to find her pupilt were a mixture
of whites and blacks. Her exit and res
ignation were made Instnntcr. She left
at once for Htuartt, Va where the has a
pleasant and honorable position. Hen
EWART AND THE ALLIANCE
Crawford Can and Doe Because
the Uemocratlc Platform and
the Alllauce Are Ait reed at All
Hknih-hsonvii.m;, N. C.Oct. 7,1800,
'ih, whfit tangled web we weave
When first we practice to deceive..'
Ewurtisin very bad shupcl In fact
Ewart it getting in worse shape every
day. Hit efforts, neverbeforeattempted
to ride three platlorms at one and the
sume time, is proving disastrous. He is
a short coupled man, and the stretch is
too great, and if the three animals do
not become more tractable, and get
closer together some way, the little law-
yer-alliancemitn wUI be split clean to his
collar button before November. He hat
undertaken too much. His ambition
far in excess of his 'reach." The plat
form upon -which he wus placed at
Wavnesville his own little plutform ol
opposition to his party at Washington
and the harmcrs' alliance platform,
are so disimilnr, that a catastrophe is
iminet. This Inct wus made puteut to
all who heard the discussion to-day, The
inconsistency of this attempt at politicul
equestrianism is too bald to deceive any
one. The fact is, no one is being deceived
r.wuri it understood by every one,
His record in congress allies him
fully with the party which has
Inid the foundation for and built thereon
every monoHily nnd trust which curses
tue American ieoplc to-day. Ilia boasted
freedom from the influence of hit party
caucus, lounoeu solely upon nis preten
ded opposition to the force bill, is too
knew it he voted for that meas
ure he would lie inevitably damned po
litically in this district. It was kick or
die with bun, and he kicked, of course,
HWAKT AS AN A1.I.IANCK MAN.
I'.wurt't claim tlrit he is a member,
legally, of the Farmers' alliance, is
etpially ridiculous. He only quit prac
ticing law liecuuac. for the time being,
IMilitics puid him better. He hat never
given up hit license. He will begin the
practice of law niter his present term in
congress expires, livery intelligent man
knows tins as well as bwart himsell.
livery intelligent larmcr knows that if be
lavored the principals of the alliance, he
would never have cust hit vote tor the
Mckinley tnrill bill, which hut lor itt ob
ject the promotion ol the very evil in our
economic tvstvm whicli the alliance was
formed to destroy. It was just such bills
ns the Mckinley bill thut huve forced the
farmers to combine for the purpose of
self-preservation. Nearly nil of Uwurt's
srtcIi to-day was devoted to trying to
explain why he was u friend of the farm
ers' nllinnce. It was a miserable failure,
Crawford showed in a lew words whvbe
was the Iriend of the alliance. He had
signed every demand that order hue
made, nnd in doing so he only tuliscribed
to his party platlormudoptedut Kalcigh.
He showed why F.wurt could not sign
those demands. They were directly an
tagonistic to the policy und practice ol
the republican party. Ewart could not
sign than without abandoning the party
which nominated hint. Ewnrt'l votes as
a memlier of congress were diametrically
opposed to every one of these demands.
HWAKT I'NIIKK THK Willi.
There was a lame crowd here to-dnv.
Crawford has met Ewnrt on his
native heath and still lives. Ewart
rented no enthusiasm whatever, and the
signs of his impending detent are becom
ing more marked upou hi. lace every day.
lis looks tired and careworn, ami every
word he utters in hit ipcccbci it tpoken
at if under the whip.
I nc met it. l-.wart would like to set
rid of this canvass entirely if he could do
so without giving up tlie fight before the
election decides it against him. The iron
has entered Ins soul; the liundwming is
on the wull ; Ewart 't congressional iluys
are numbered. He gnve Tim Citiikn a
lew more Inner words to-day. He says
we lire clever cnotiuh iersoniillv. but in
our opHisition to hi in our political char
acter is made bud. All right, Hamilton
lover, same to you.
Look out for another (indue: lie can
not stand the pressure! J. I. K.
A IT A IKS OF COSSHUlENCE.
The London Standard's Madrid corres
pondent tayt (hat Spain cannot make a
SK-ci.il treat v with America with reler-
nee to the est indict without extend
ing the tame privileges to Europe.
Sir Michael Hicks-lleneh, siienking at
louerster, descrilwd John Morlry's
statements regarding his experience in
Ireland a a travelers tale. A recur
rviicc of (he lainnie of IN Ml, he said, was
iniHis,ible. Mr. Morlry reiterates ull his
statements, declaring them true.
The n iMirleil recall nl Karon Pnra. the
talian minister, is discredited at the
There is said to be a strong probability
of nn extra session of congress after the
election with the view of passing the
Claim ngentt in Washington are much
excited over the determination of tlie
treasury drpnrtmenr to forward pay
ments direct to claimant and to recog
nise no powers of uttorncy.
The colored republicani of the I'eter-
inrg, Vn., district have nnininiitcd John
M. Lnngston for congress.
Kx-City Treasurer Filniintrick. of Terre
Haute, lud., is flA.ftl!? short In hit ac
counts. Ills Immediate predecessor wat
The steamship City of New York hat
gain beaten the Teutonic across the At
omic, nmkiuii fur the winner' record
now the licit three in live race,
In the Lutheran Synod nf Maryland
yesterday a resolution wnt adopted,
unrging that the world't fair to be held
ut Chicago shall close in gates on Bun
day. Mr. William M. Ayret it making dem
ocratic tariff contest in the fourth Penn
sylvania congressional district, and Hon.
Richard Vnux will have no republican op
ponent in the third district.
F.xcitcment more intense than ever be
fore exixrrienccd among mining men in
Northern Ontario has been caused by the
discovery of quarts carrying gold i im
mense quantities in the township of
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RBOIbTBMD.
AB80LUIELY SAFE, PERFECTLY MM AM
Curea livery Varloty.ef Ha
AND NOTHING BL8B.
Ha earned for itaelf
the enviable reputa-
tion of being the finest, most cflcctiyt
und reliable article iu (be market for tb
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Hbaaacub. The
immense favor which baa greeted it from
ull quarter!, prove iu true merit and
acceptability to the public It i aome
thing which almost everyone need, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For iu curative powers it doe not de-'
pend upon the subtle influence of luch
poitouou drug aa
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it doe not contain an atom ol
either oi these. It it absolutely free from
injurious chemical, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or aeriou
result. It is m a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredient.
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in iu being thoroughly
reliable as a cure for an kind of head
ache without respect to cause lea ring
uo unpleasant or annoying altcroecU,
aain toe case of other so-called "hana-
rcmcdic. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article ia
the market, wherever known.
tiKux..UNS pur vas.
The duae for aa ad alt it two ttaayooonui
isswih ilaaef sur, IMMe for children
propurUoa, according to as. Ia dtate
tac due can be repeated every thirty
minuet aaul a rare la tacctsd. Oat tost will
alwayaurivt away aa attack of HTStara-t.
taaen wnea am smIuui tat preasoaltory
ajuutomt j but a the attach la well aa, aaa
unenns ia latcuee, the oecoad or third dost
may be reu.mna. Usnally a grantor a amber
dosra ia required to aaott tat trot oar
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