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VOLUME VI. NO. 139.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
, OF WESTERN. NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health-
fulnens and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
with cool ,
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roods and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNYlliE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LlnTtlle, Mitchell Co., N. C,
Full atock Lad lea.
Mist' and CkUdrcn'
Wrap. In the la teat etvlcs.
AhM a fall aad complete
Llaw of Underwear.
joStratn Main Street. 3
M . MAIN ST.. ASHBVILLB,
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
W4LTII B. Owv
GVYN & WEST,
(noeaa.ora to Walter B.Owys)
REFER TO BANK OF MHEVtLLE.
Loans) Securely Placed at S
Commissioners of Deed..
LIST TO THE HURRYIX8 FEET I
Of the Hundred, who are eomlngto Aakertlle
to apead the Pall aad Winter.
All those who have hone, to rent ahonld
call on ua at oaea, an we have many applica
tions tor both furnished and unfurnlabed
hot) km, which we an at preaent unable to
- JBN1CS Jk JBNKS,
REAL EfTATI AND IMURANCI MOKEM.
aw A 10, McAfee Black.
M Patton Am. Aebevule, R. C.
' F. A. GRACE,
Who To1d You So?
W, T. Crawford mvi that H. O. Bwart
told him that he heard Jim Oudger aay that
Bob Vance told him that Kopt Bllaa heard
thut there waa no doubt 'hat W. W Rollina
aid thst Tom Johniton thought that Bob
Pnrman had told Slttlna; Ball that Buffalo
BUI had declared to J If. Courtney that It
waa generally believed that fan Reynold,
had said In plain term, thnt he heard Jack
Wnrtcy aay that hi. friend John L. Sullivan
had aald that Bill Deavtr informed him at
the eongreaalonnl convention In thl. city that
it waa a well known fact that the House
keeper.1 Union kad caught Orn. Cllngman in
aaylng that In hla opinion It was a matter of
fact and of great public Intcmt that J. J.
Mackey Intimated to Jeaa Lowry that Bill
Nye had aald while attending the county con
vention last 8atnrday that anyone caught
reading thin .hall repair at once to the .tore
of A. D. COOPBR, North Court Hquurc, and
in.pect hi. mammoth .lock of all kind, of
Oroccrlea, Provisions, Ate, where arrange
ment! have been made to furnl.h you nil
kind! of Staple and Fancy Groceries of the
Beat Quality at the Loweat Price..
Our Fall and Winter stork
of goods is all in, and is com
plete. This stock was bought
so that we can sell it at our
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. 6th
will be from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
lnrly Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
Fall and Winter goods in all
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps and Glassware.
We can fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for the grandfather,
from a ma rriage to a funeral.
lou must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer,
then come to us, we can fill
out the balance of your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to our store and
learn our prices before you
buy, and it often amounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try people particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress
es, Overcoats, Pant Cloth,
and Blankets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they can buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, and remember the place,
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loan. ee urely placed at per cent.
34 ts Patton Avenue Second floor.
(Formerly of Lyman Child),
Office No. 1 Learal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loan, aecurely placed at par cent.
None but the Best!! I
(BCKIVBD BVBP.Y DAY.
QUALITY AND FRESHNESS BUARANTEEO.
OYSTBK PARLOR VYt snrvs In all atylea
at popular price..
BARKER A PULLAM, '
octlldlw BO S. MAIN STRBKT.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you wilt at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low 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
low price. Three registered
prescription ists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Asheville. - N. C.
ONE PRICE STORE.
A few items in fine qualities
to which we invite special at
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
All wool Dress Goods, Silks
Men's and Hoys' Derby and
Soft Hats and Caps.
79 PATTON AVE.
I. our motto, and we know the peop't ap
preelaU It, for they have proven It br their
liberal patronage. We think that we arc
better prepared now than ever before to give
our customers the benefit of low price, la
Our targe ciprrlenc. and Increnalng buel-
ncujuatify nain making thla atatement. It
Is needless forua to enumerate the different
article, w. carry. W. sell the
And can alw.ytguarantccthcm to sjlvesatis-
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our facilities for delivering good, promptly
WHOLBSALB AND RBTAIL OROCBRB,
Cor. Patton Aran, aad Mala Street,
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
HEROIO RESOUE OF SHIPWRECK
roVM MEM RISK THEIR I.IVICS
TO SAVE OTHERS
New Glasgow, N. S., Oct. IS. A thrill
ing- story i that ol tbe rescue of tour men
who remained on tbe wrecked bark Mel'
merby stranded at Little harbor while on
a voyage from Quebec lor Greenock with
The captain, first .and second officers
and twelve men were drowned. All day
Monday tbe crowd stood on the beach
watching tbe poor anlortunates on the
crumbling wreck, on' the spectators were
powerless to effect, or even attempt,
rescue, so wild was the sea. Night set
tied down without any abatement of the
tern tic storm. I wo men remained on
shore anil occasionally waved lanterns
to snow tne shipwrecked men that they
were uui rorgoiicn.
nnen morning auwnea Tuesday an
immense concourse assembled, but it was
noon before it was considered at all pes-
siuic 10 muKc an attempt at rescue,
Then a boat was launched, manned by
a voluuteer crew of four men. These
brave lellows fought a terrible battle
with the waves, but eventually reached
1 iie wrcca wnen a mmntv enter went un
irum tne nnxious watcnerson snore; Une
or one, the exhausted) and benumbed
shipwrecked men were lowered into
a boat and after a second desperate bat-
uc wun me waves were conveyed solely
to land. '
The work was facilitated bv the liberal
use of oil. Two of the rescued men were
sick and one had his shoulder broken.
lhe rescued men were seamen Knne
and 11 vans and the steward and contain
ofa schooner, who went to supply the
un, wivu jriiviBiuns nno were unable to
regain tneir own vessel.
AM ALLIANCE STOCKYARD.
Farmers Determined to Drive Out
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. IS. The Far
mers' alliance of the southwest are to es
tablish an independent stock yard in
Kansas city. The Mistouri. Texas. Ne
braska and Iowa alliances are back ol
Fifty acres of land adjoining the "res
ent stock yards is the site ol the nrw
yards. By maintaining their owu vnrda.
she fanners believe thevcan save much
money in marketing their cattle bv dniuu
away withtominission men and a great
pan 01 omcr expeneses.
SUMMONED TO ROME.
The Pope wants Information On
Politics In Irelaud.
London, Oct. IS. -The Star announces
that most Rev. Michael Lngne, D. D
archbishop of the diocese of Armagh and
primate of all Ireland ; tbe most Kev.
iiliaml. Walsh. U. D.. archbiahon ol
Dublin; the most Kev. Thomas Croke.D.
U., archbishop of Cashel, and the most
Kev. John Mavevily, I). I)., archbishop ol
Tuau have been summoned by the I'ooe
to appear at Hume in tbe curly part of
next year. Tbe Star says it is believed
the summons is issued in connection with
the Irish political situation.
THE AVARICIOUS STANDARD.
lUOoaltT Like Methods to Crash
FlNULAV, O., Oct. IS. The Stnndnrd
Oil company has again reduced the price
of buck-eye oil and is paying out 32ljc
or tne product, a drop ol 5c on the bar
rel within two weeks. This depreciation
caused a loss of ISO on every 1,(M)0 bar
rels to tbe producer, while tbe Standard
saves by the operation in the Ohio field
alone $43,000 n month. The Stnndnrd
now has the field in its power and is the
absolute master of prices.
IT KNOCKS OVT "FLOATERS."
One Oood Reanlt From
Nrwark, Oct. IS. New ballot reform
lawwastticdat tbe city election for the
first time yesterday. The system worked
satisfactorily. There was a general (ailing
off in voting, almost one-third, which isat-
tnnuted to tne new system, many sup
posing it complicated and undesirous of
displaying their ignorance, remnined
away from the polls. Very little money
was used and "floaters ' found their occu
W.J. ROGERS DECLINES.
His Health Will Not Permit Him
lo Make lhe cauvans.
Raleioh, N.C., Oct. 13.-W. I. Rogers,
democratic nominee for congress in the
Second district, has tendered his resigna
tion on account of ill health. Tbe execu
tive committee has accepted the resigna
tion but decline to make another nomi
nation as the time docs not now permit
a canvass of the district.
Not Dead Vet.
Atlanta, Oct. 15. A few days ago,
Gen. Gordon in the course of a speech, re
ferred to Senntor Drown as having one
foot in the grave. The patriarchal sena
tor has pulled that leg out of the grave
by announcing that he will address the
people of Georgia on National Day at the
state fuir, to be held at Macon Uncle
Joe's announcement has stirred up a big
sensation throughout the entire state.
The Editorship of lhe World."
Nsv York Oct. IS. Yielding to the
advice of his physicians, who rep resent it
to be necessary to complete the restora
tion of his sight, Joseph Pnlitsar has
withdrawn entirely from the editorship
ol the World. The control of the paper
has been vested in an executive board of
its principal editors.
Porter's Miss of xof.sid People.
New York, Oct. IS. The police census,
completed, gives New York city a popu
lation of 1,710,715 an increase of 197,
214 over Porter's figures.
Fifty Cholera Deaths Dally.
Constantinople, Oct. IS The deaths
from Cholera at Aleppa average fifty
WEST VIRGINIA'S FLOOD,
A Orcat Deal or Damage Done
by the Clond Burst.
Wiibkuno W.'Va., Oct. 15th. Further
particulars from the interior are to the
effect that in Braxton county great losses
have been sustained by the formers and
lumber men by the cloud burst Sunday
evening. Many thousand tics and hun
dreds of thousands of feet of lumber were
swept away, crops were destroyed and a
numuer ol tanners almost ruined.
WICKEDER THAN CHICAGO
CINCINNATI GIVEN A
The Extra Session of the Ohio
Legislature called Because of
the Deplorable condition ofPub.
lie service of the Chief City of
CoLl-uni'S, O., Oct. 15. The extra ses
sion of the legislature began here yester
day, The Governor sent a message in
which he sets forth that the session was
called because of the deplorable condition
of the pubic service at Cincinnati, and for
the purpose of securing the necessary leg
islation to give the people an opportuni
ty to select members of certain boards
at the November election.
The message cites the statement of a
prominent citixen that Cincinnati has
the lowest grade of political morals ol
any city in the country. An nppcul is
made for the restoration of home rule
and a new charter for Cincinnati.
in ootn orancnes tne measure was re
ferred to the judiciary committee.
THE NEWS AT TRINITY.
On tbe Eve of a Religious Awnk-
cnlnv Tbe "Archive."
Trinity College, Randolph county
N. C Oct. 12, 18U0. This little Pied
mont village is more full of business and
the hum of life than ever. There lire nt
present 103 students in attendance. The
intellectual life of the place is broadening
and deepening and the college is lielieved
to be on the eve ol a great religious
awakening. Arrangements have hien
made for 7 o'clock meetings daily
throughout the week. Mate sccrctarv
Coulter, of the Y. M. C. A., is herein
'nnsultation with the members. Amonu
the members here is a Inrgu measure ol
The Archive comes out to-muirow.
' his year it will be uushed with unusual
vigor nnd has every prnicct of pros-IK-rity
before it. The editors huve ar
ranged fornrrgnlarcdition of Soil copies,
have increased the amount nf rending
matter, and enlarged its scone. The
editorial board, as elected by the socie
ties, is as follows: Editor in chief, L. S.
Massy, Hcsjierian ; assistant chief, K. L.
Uiirhnm, Columbian: review, C. E. Tur
ner, tic.; D. A. Houston, Col.; exchuuge,
W. A. B. Ilearnc. Hcs : C. L. Rnorr. Col.:
ilumni, Fred Harper, Hen.; V. F. Bluck,
Col.; local.. A. W. I'lylcr, lies.; A. H
I'owcll, Col.; Y. M. C. A. Department.
W. B. Lee. Col.: General business mana
gers, James Hnlleck Crowclt, lies.; Jos.
The constitution of the loan associa
tion is the hands of the winters and will
soon be given to the public. The ohiect
of this association is to place within the
reacn oi every one tne necessarv means
for obtaining an education at college.
Several of tbe young slurnniof the college
are pushing it.
lhe tootbull is booming over the cam-
Sus from 4 to 6, evenings. George S. La
ar, Wilkesbarre, Penn., has been elected
captain. Tbe material for a good teum
is more plentiful than lust year and a
great deal of fine playing may be seen
even at this early day in practice.
O'BRIEN AND DILLON.
In France and the Oovernmenl
May Ask Them to Leave.
Paris, Oct. IS. La Presse says that
Dillon and O'Brien after their flight from
Ireland took passage on a sailing vessel
und Innded on the coast of Normandy.
On Sundav they passed the night at the
residence ol M. Kaitalovich s, a banker
whose daughter is the wile of O Brien
On Monday they came to Paris and
thence proceeded to M. Kaltnlovicbs
country house at Gif. They then re
turned to rans last night, but their
address in this city is kept secret.
It the news received from America is fa
vorable to the Irish mission to that coun
try they will start for New York at the
end ol the week. If it becomes manifest
that it is their intention to remain in
Paris, the government wilt request them
Mr. Rnflalovteh denies that Dillon and
O'Brien are or have been in France.
Tippkrarv, Oct. 15. Hcallv, of coun!
sel for defendants in the conspiracy cuse,
hnd a dispatch Irom Union and U Urien
to-day announcing their arrival at Cher
What Might be of Asheville.
RALKtr.n.Oct.U. Special The state
fair is one of the best ever held. The ex
hibits are very good and well arranged.
The amusements are plentiful and really
inviting, The speaking is of high order.
1 be stock display is the best ever seen.
Every race is full and the crowd is the
lurgest ever known on Tuesday.
INTO NEW QUARTERS.
Strauss to Move Into New Quar
Strauss, the popular restaurateur, will
soon move into his new quarters on
South Main St., in the new Johnston
Building. The huildingis heingfitted up for
Mr. Strauss as a hotel. The dining-room
id rcstuurant are on the first floor and
the second and third floors will be devo
ted to slccuing apartments, nnrlois and
private dining-rooms. The house is to
be lighted by gns und heated bv grates.
Klectric bells and a hydraulic imsacuircr
elevator will be some of the modern con
veniences. Nnrlh Carolina's Population.
Washington, Oct. 15. The census bu
reau gives out the fol wing figures :
Newbcrne, N. C, 7,832; Increase, 1,
3H0; ier cent, 21.56. State ol North
Carolina; 1,617,340, increase, 217.500;
percent, 15.54. Kansas, 1,423,4(45; in
crease. 427,389; percent, 42.91.
He Is Not a Uentleman.
New York, Oct. IS. Col. Elliott F.
Shepard has been suspended lor ten days
from the Onion Lensue club for Dnhlish-
ing in the Mail and Express the secrets of
MODEST J. WILEY SHOOK.
NO AFFIDAVIT FOR HIM,
He Has a Chance to Enter a De
nial, but Falls to do ao Ewart
nay as Well Own up to the
Whole Matter Now.
Prom a Staff Correapondent.
Pigeon River, Haywood Co.,
Oct. 10, 1890,
The crowd assembled here to-day was
doubtless the largest ever brought to.
gether for a similar purpose in this sec
tion. It numbered between two and
three hundred voters, and the majority
for Crawford almost amounted to una
nimity. There is something remarkable
in the universality of the esteem in which
Crawford is held by these people. Men
wl.u have never voted any other than
the republican ticket were as warm in
the greeting they gave him as the most
ardent democrats. There were men
present to-day who told me that they
had not attended a political discussion
in fifteen years. These things make it
impossible to estimate what majority
Crawford will have in Haywood. There
can be no doubt nbout its going for him
oeyona any majority ever bclore given.
When the returns come in it will be a
good way to estimate the worth of tbe
two men to compare the votes of Hay
wood und Henderson, the respective
homes of the candidates, where they arc
best known and most thoroughly under-
I.. ..I : aii !...: u,: i . i
v..m ,,. hi. .inn iviiiiiifiiB luwuru uicir
tciiuws. Mr. fcwnrt will certainly suffer
by the comnnrison.
The crowd to day was too Inrcefor the
srnooi ouuutng, and so the discussion oe
curred in the grove just outside th-
house. Crawford's throat was civinc
um considerable trouble, and his sncech
wasnoi as animated as usual, but he
was on hand and not in the bushes like
his competitor a week nco. When Craw-
lord runs the renders ol The Citizen will
be duly n prised of the fact.
This nlace is only a few miles from
Clyde, the home of Mr. J. Wiley Shook.
Mr. bliook was uresent ut the discussion
to-day. und hud ainnle ouuortunitv ti,
deny by affidavit the sworn statement ol
ins own townsman. Mr. Osborne, con-
ccrning his avowal that he had proposed
bwart s great anti-force bill soecch. and
then hnd to use force to iret him to de
liver it. Crawford rend the affidavit anil
certificates, and gave Mr. Shook an op
portunity to contradict, but Wiley wut
too wily to come to time. The tact is,
Wiley is in the souu. and souu of hisown
making, at thut.
You can out down Ha v wood anywhere
from five to seven hundred majority for
Crawford. The county candidites will
begin their canvass on 'the 20th. R. D.
Oilmer, tbe candidate for the legislature
is unusually popular, and will run close
up to Crawford. J. S. Duvis, the candi-
ate lor the senate, will carry the counu
by a fin.' majority, and I think will brai
Moody in the district in the neighbor
hood of two hundred votes.
To-morrow we bo to Fine's creek.
where another great crowd awaits us.
J. r. K.
Furman, County Chairman,
I hereby appoint the following gentle
men to constitute a central executive
committee of the democratic party ol
Jos. S. Adams, J. M. Gudger, G. T.
Jones, J R. Rich, S. R. Kepler, I. C.
Cowan, b. W. Burkhoider, J. b. Hamp
ton, J. W. Stnrnes, N. P. Corn, J. M.
vYcstnll, b. U. AlcCollum, W. B.Clayton.
N. A. Reynolds, W. W. West. lid. Green.
H. Reed. Geo. H. Burnhnm. 1. Hainu
McDowell, ti. Green, W. B. Mnrx, W.
Kumlolph, C. C. McCarty, I. H. Cur
ler, D. W. Collide, T.J. Mitchell, W. P. Pe-
ai. rorter, brwin button, I.M. lames.
W. W. Barnard. J. H. Loughran, J. T.
uostic, I. U. Alermnon, SS. r. Alears, T.
A, Jones, Dr. K. liuird, J. B. Whiteside.,
Locke Craig, M. b Carter, C. M. Mc-
Loud, T. C. AlcCoy, H. C. Fugg, Clar
ence Sawvcr, F. Slikclcathcr, Dr. W. D.
Hilliarn, W. H, illiainson,U. r . Adnms.
Wayne S. Ray, W. K. Pcnmmun, jr.; W.
R. Itcnrden, J. M. Young, John Donohue.
I he .ibove committee is hereby re
quested to meet on Friday night at 8 p.
m. in the clerk's office al the court bouse
for immediate work.
R M. Furuan.
Chairman lfcmocrntic Executive Com
mittee, Buncombe county.
Oct. 15, 1890.
A Buncombe Man Honored.
R. F. Henry, a son of W. L. Henry of
Lower Hominy, and now living in Rock
ingham county, has been noininutcd by
he democrats ol that county tor the
legislature. Mr. Henry moved from Bun
combe about ten years ago and is now
bout tlnrty-tliree years ot age. He is
vice-president of the Rockingham county
lliancc. Kockingiiain lias a democratic
majority of about 800.
A1TA1HS OF CONs'lssji'ENCE.
As a precaution against cholera a quar
antine of twenty-one davs is imposed
against all arrivals from Barcelona.
Twenty-five thousand persons attended
memorial services for the late Mrs.
Booth, wife of Gen. Booth, of the snlva-
tion army, nt Ulympia.
Col. Fellows and Dclnncy Nicoll are
both Tammany candidates for congress
in New York.
The revolt of Pennsylvania republicans
from the boss-made candidate lor uov-
ernor is growing, and the pulpit is giving
encourngement to the disaffection.
Superintendent Porter, in a letter from
Europe, claims that the census of 1800
"will stand for all time to come as the
best nnd most accurate up to date,"
Rev. Loynl Young, D. D one of the
most eminent ministers of the Pennsyl
vania church in Western Pennsylvania,
died at his home in Butler Saturday
night, aged 85 years.
In the superior court In Lawrence.
Mass., yesterday, William McKenna, of
Lawrence, und Haverhill, known as the
"king of horse thieves," wus sentenced
under the habitual cnminal law to twen
ty-five years in state prison.
Althoneh there has been a Brent deal
of simulation during the past few days
as to the President's intentions with re
gard to an extra session of congress,
there has not been s single indication,
one way or the other, from any one in
authority on tbe subject.
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ASHEVILLE, N. C.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
Ladies will do well to ex
amine our new style Jackets,
Capes and Long Wraps, at
Whitlock's, Cor. Eagle Block.
Our new stock of Dress
Goods is 'way aboveanyyou
can find elsewhere. Call and
see tlieni, at Whitlock's, cor.
Light weight Jersey Jack-
ets and Blazers at very low
prices. Whitlock's, corner
Blankets, Comforts and
Curtain materials, at Whit
lock's. Very large stock.
Corner Eagle Block.
GO dozen Aprons in 200
styles. New designs, beauti
ful and cheap, at Whitlock's.
Driving Gloves and Riding
Cups for Ladies and Misses,
at Whitlock's, corner Eagle
Whitlock's is the best place
by far to get complete out
fits for Ladies, Gentlemen
and Children. Corner Eagle