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"A man may drink nnd not get drunk,
A man may fight und not be slain,
A man may kiss a honnic lass,
And yet be welcomed back again,"
but he can't vote unless lie is registered.
VOLUME VI.NO. 145.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1890.
PRICE 5 CKNTS.
Asheville Daily Citizen
i s- ii
A place planned and devel
oping as n
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulnen8 and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tarite and nkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress,! LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Muvllle, Mitchell Co., M. C.
Full stock Ladle..
MIimi' and CtilMra'.
Wrap la the latnt style.
Alao a fall aad complete
Line of Uaderwear.
joSouth Main Strcct.$o
aa a. main rt., axhbvillb,
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
W.LTaa B. Own. W. W, Warr.
GWYII & WEST,
(BoccMora to Walter B.Owyu)
REFER TO RANK OF MHEVILLE.
Leans Securely Placed at S
Notary Pnhlta. Cruamtscioncr of Deed.
OFFICB-Ceutlicautt Canari juar.
USTTO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of (he Haadrtda who re coming-to AsbeeUfe
to aprad the Pall aad Winter.
All thoae who hare boa.ee to rent ehould
call on us at once, aa we hare many applica
tion for both nimlahed and unhirnlahed
house, which we arc at prewnt anable to
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
aToorntj a 10, McAfee Block,
811 Pattern At.. AshrrlUe. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
DECOR ATO at
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford aara that H O. Rwart
told him that he heard Jim (tndjrcr aav that
Bob Vance told him that Kope Bllaa beard
thnt there waa no ilonbt Miat W. W Rolllne
aid that Tom Johnston thoaght that Bob
Porman had told Sitting Bull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney ftiut It
waa generally believer that Dan Rernnlda
had Mid In plain trrma that he heard Jack
Wr1cy aay that hla Mead J ha L. Bnlllvan
had aald that BUI DenTer Informed him at
the congressional convention In thin city that
It waa a well known fnct that the Housc
heepera' TJaloa had caught Oeu. Cllngman In
a vin that In hla opinion It waa a matter of
fact aad f great public latere that J. J.
Mackey Intimated to Jew Low it that Bill
Nye had aald while attending the county con
vention laat Saturday that anyone caught
reading thia ehall repair at once to the .tore
of A. O. COIIPBR, North Court Square, and
In. pert hie mammoth atock of all kinda of
Orocerlca, Provision, Ace., where arrange
ment, have been made ta furniah you all
kinda of Staple and Fancy Groceriea of the
Beat Quality at the Loweat Price.
COMMON SENSE TALK.
Our Fall and Winter stock
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
went into effect Oct. Oth
will be from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, purticu
larly Shoes and Tinware. We
shall sell our present stock of
Fall and Winter goods in all
ines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaper
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
Dress (Soods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Factory Cloth, Tin
ware, Lamps and (ilassware.
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 marriage to a funeral.
You 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 Ag;ents.
Loaa ae nrel y placed at 8 per cent.
34 Si a Patton Avenue. Second floor.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. i Ietral Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loan area rely placed at 8 per cent.
Large cool, airy room., Bouae newly tut-nl-hedi
good table. Term reasonable, oa
atreet car line.
MRS. J. L. SMATHBRS,
810 Patton At.
pRBSPASSBRB TAKB NOTICB.
All n.ran. are notified thnt nil lande be-
lnnulH tn thm Wh( A.hevllle Imttroremctlt
Company nnd K. O. Carrier, la the vicinity of
tnc nnipnur ounnga una AinrTnir, w
poetrd. B. O. CAHRIBR.
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
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 n
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C.CARM ICHAFX
No. so Sooth Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Our Autumn stock is now
very full and attractive, and
we are selling a large quanti
ty of goods. The stock was
selected with great care, as
suring very late and fashion
able styles at bottom figures,
the important advance in
prices which ha occurred
since the purchase making
the goods specially cheap.
As we shall nave to pay
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: Buy early such articles
as you expect to use this sea
son. IT. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
(ioods, Underwear, Uphol
stery Goods, Hats,
Carpets and Gener
y9 PATTON AVE.
I our motto, and we know the people ap
preciate It, for they hare proven it bv thtlr
liberal patronage. We think that we are
better prepared aow than ever before to give
oar customer, the Benefit of low price In
Our large eiperlence nnd Increasing busi
ness Justify u in making thl statement, It
Is needless for a to enumerate the different
articles we carry, We sell the
Aad caa always guarantee them to fire sails
factloa both la
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our facilities for delivering good promptly
WHOLBSALB AND RBTAIL 0ROCBR8,
Cor. Pattoa Avenue aad Mala Street.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
A NKW KIND OK AI.LIANCH IN
THEY WILL TRY TO DEFEAT ALL
Boston, Oct. 22. Kcpri'scntativn of
thirty labor organization and of tlie
nationalist and iwinlUts intended the
meeting of the united labor alliance Inst
night. The secretary rend comniiiiiitii
tion from fifty organization in various
part of the state which endorsed the
aim und objects of the alliance, proinis.
ing to support the mcusures adopted.
Kvery eflort will t made to rrnrc the
defeat ol all candidates for legislative
positions who will not uiHiunlificdlv
promise to vote in the interest of the
laborer lor such measure n shall receive
the endorsement of the labor und other
President tiomper Inaue a Call
For one at Detroit.
Nkw York. Oct. 22. President (lorn-
per, of the American Federation of La
hor, has issued a call for a convention of
the order December M, at Detroit, Mich,
un tlie one hand the corporate and
sijcvuiii ure classes nave occome more ar
rogant in their elTorts to intimidate anil
crush out the spirit of the toilers bv
method hitherto unheard if in lalxir
difficulties: and on the other, the d- mand
of the wage-workers to lie larger shares
oitueurouuctot their toll has become
so loud and impressive that the forth
coming convention ol the American Fed
eration ol Labor will, without doubt,
lie the most important gathering of In
!or' hosts within tlicanuulsof history."
Her CcMlurue Invited II.
Cincinnati. Oct. 22 In Peter's Con
cert Hall two night ngo Annie Suits, a
very comclv singer wns on the stage
doing her "turn." attired in a jockey's
costume. A wenlihv voung man "cluck
td" at hcrvrrv loudly, uuiliu other ways
matte huuseir olinoxioiis. Miss Suits
procured a stout cowhide, nnd made lot
the offending swell. Ileloie he could dis
arm her she had soundly whaled him. in
the intense delight oi the siK-ctalurs.
Miss Suits is the wile ol Harry Maddux,
and is a Califoruian by birth.
UlRdntane On llieTlpnvrurv Affair
London, Ocl. 22.-(;iudstoneaddrese
no audience of .r.,(l(l(l k rsnns in l-dinbuiv
last evening. He referred to the Tipiier-
n ry uffair and said it was grossly illegal
to close thedoorsol u court house against
the people. The flpxintnient of Munis
trute Shannon to try thecusc was a gross
scandal, not merely liecnusc he was an
executive officer, but also because he hail
been involved in a serious personal alter
cation with Dillon.
Hardly a Modem Refiulrei.ic.il.
London, Oct. 22. Gen. Booth, com
mander in chief of the Salvation Army,
shaking of the proposals set forth in his
boon, "in I'nrkest bngiunil, lor the al
leviation of the physicnl distress of the
mnsei before close'nltcntion is paid to
their moral and spiritual wants, says
that he require $5,000,(100 to carry oil I
Member of a nulclde Club.
liMUHiKlMiHT, Conn., Oct. 22. Daniel
Cowcll, ail to have been n nieinU-r ol
the alleged suicide club, of Bridgeport,
which has attained Rome notoriety in re
cent yeiirs, committed suicide last night
by taking prussic ucid. Lowell is saul to
have been the Inst but one nicmlier ol the
alleged suicide club.
8)lr ('harlest Russell's Retainer.
London, Oct. 22. Sir Charles Kussell
has been retained for the delencc of lot
McAuliffennd Frank Slaviu. His briel
whs marked 400 guineas, with n daily
retainer ol 75 guineas. Kichard K. Fox
and Lord Ltinidulc have promised to pay
all the exienscs.
A society Flutter.
Wasiiinc.ton, Oct. 22 Washington
society is much interested in the rumor
that Niclolnu Alcxandiovitch, the heir to
the Russian throne, propone to visit this
A Rancal Anywav,
Ottawa, Oct. 22. Oswald IlirchuH,
brother of the condemned murderer, has
written to the crown from F.nglnnd pray
ing for clcmcncr. He thinks his brother
is not guilty of the murder, but udinits
Denounced the I'ae of Tobacco.
Lockport, N. Y., Oct. 22. Dean Can
non, rector of St. Patrick's Cathedral,
preached it denunciatory sermon on the
use of tobacco yesterday morning.
Mouth Dakota' Increase,
Wasiiincton, Oct. 21. The totnl pop
ulation of South Dakota iU27,N4M; in
crease in ten years 22l),rN(.
77.S' MUASS IILSISHSS.
MTChns. Laney, of Monroe, arrived
iu Charlotte the other day and showed a
Chronicle reporter some hncgiecimeuB ol
gold, wlucll were tiiKen irom ins gold
mine in Onion county. Two pans of ore
produced two ounces of gold.
HuVlhirhnm still continues to move up
along the line ol enterprises, says the
Sun. The Mullory Durham cheroot com
pany has been organized with J. T4. Mul
lory, president; K. C. Pleasants, treasur
er, and K. Hncknev, secretary. The capi
tal stock is $:),m.
PaTThe Hotel Fountain nrtiiwrty, Win
ston, has men sold lor $20.Hl(. This is
the house that was nurneti mere nimiit
three months ago. It is generally be
lieved that Dr. D. W. C. Hcnbow, of
Ureenshoro, has his eve on building a
mammoth transient hotel on the spot.
MTThe Winston-Salem land und iuv
provement company has been organized
witn capital slots pincea at ';u,imio
The company s main line of development
will be the securing ol Inrge industries to
he located on their business lots, The
compauy 1 now negotiating with large
northern firms for the removal of their
factories there, nnd several have made
known thur intention of doing to,
An Ii.lcreNllnn Process of Manu
1'icorgv W. Vnndcrbilt is pushing work
on his estate at Itiltmore rapidly. He
now ha about 300 men employed.
One of his chief undertakings is that of
manufacturing the brick to be used in the
construction of his residence, and the tile
to he used on the estate. The brick ma
chine which is being used is a very won
.lerl'ul piece of mechanism. The daily
output of this machine, running 10 hours,
is about 32,000 brick. This is nil aver
age of 153 a minute, or nearly one every
se.-ond. The numlier h is reached as high
us seventy-five a minute.
The process of manulacturing the brick
is quite intcresl ing. The clay is brought
on train cur from a place some distance
below the works on the Swnnnnnon. It
is taken into the building on these curs
and ctposited on the floor. From here it
is shoveled down through an nicuiug iu
the floor, to a scries ol conical rollers
which press nnd mash it nnd rei.iovc
the stones. From here the material
is conveyed by means of an end
less bell to what is called the "pug mill,'
where it is ground and thoroughly mil
vcrized by knives. Water is also mixed
with the clay nt this juncture. Aficr
passing through this process tl.c clay is
ii-miy uir me iimii. ii i snoveieo into
the machine and comes out in a continu
ous stream of clay, the breath and thick
ness of a brick. This stream of elnv is
conducted on a continually moving licit
to u revolving wheel wiiich is so ar
ranged us to cut the clay into a proper
length lor bricks. At tliis point there is
an automatic meter wlneli registers the
number of brick made each day. From
this place the brick arc packed on cars
and taken into the "drying room." The
moisture is all forced from them here and
thev are then ready for the kiln.
The brick are for the present liurued at
the tile kilns, und some in the old lash
ioned kilns. Soil coal is used. I'hc tile
kilns will hold 40,000 brick apiece. Two
brick kilns nr U-ing built now. These
ureol the iH'St mid most improved kind
and will hold 2mI.iioii brick apiece.
I lie tile machine is not in use now. It
produces tile from 2's to H inches iu di
ameter. 1 he motive power tor the brick
works is tarnished by a Wcsiiuglnuisc
setenty-hve horse power engine. The
oouer is inn uorse power.
AH. t. II. Vt heeler, ol .New lork. is m
chuigc lit the innii'il iclure of the brick.
Almost Incredible crueltt of Rev
I'lom tlie NiiIcIkIi t'llloniele.
Krports were received here last night of
:i x'cnliar tragedy ill Johnston county.
Deputy Collector Pat Massey and Drp
ity Marshal D. S. Flowers, were milling
he vicinity of Four Oaks township for
The officer loiind a still in a secluded
place mid also saw two men tlnrc. Put
the men sav the officers also, and ran oil'
toward n house on the opposite side.
Ihcotticcis went to the house nnd
sked n Mrs. Creech where the men were.
She either didn't know or would not tell
anything about the men.
Then Flowers begun to curse nnd'.-ilmsc
Mr. Creech, nnd threatened tn kill her
if she did not tell where the men were.
She was in a delicate condition, nnd
Flowers' terrible abuse and threats had
I fatal effect, for she fell down and died
in the presence of the officers.
Mowers at once left the section and he
has not licen seen since the ocean ence.
The ieople of the community lire very in
Helmut, and reports conic to to the cl-
fect that thev are hunt ing for Flowers,
and if he is caught h; will lie lynched.
AN M. C. Taken to Jail.
Tll'iTRARV, Oct. '22. David Shcely,
member of the house of commons for
South (inlwnv. who is one of tlit- ilcfrtul-
unts on trial here on charge of conspira
cy; and who win yesterday adjudged
guilty of contempt of court, mid sen
tenced to one week' imprisonment, was
taken to-day under a strong escort from
this place to Clanoniel juil.
AITMh'S or COXSESJUESCE.
Tlii. I'Mf-liuttii'til of llolltiitfl will n,ff.t
to decide whether in view of I he king's
health u regency shall lie appointed.
Captain Sir Kichard Francis llurtoii
...ll L.n.u.ti l.if- lit ,.v ill, fif tun. ,, Ale..'.,
and other countries died in London yes
terday. Tli.. ltrifi.1l f'nriMirn nfliel tin. fitrmnllv
recognized the lltazillian republic and
lit, ordered Itritish ahioa nn the aomh.
east American station to salute the Urn-
It isnnnoiinccd in Merlin that the eldest
daughter of I'nitcd States Ministe'
Mlii'lo. ia eiii.ni.efl to lie nuifriefl to l.irn-
tenant ticiicial Keutcr and that the
nunucst daughter is engaged to Karon
A London cable savs Henry M. Stan-
Icy ha written to the Time apH'iiling
to the public to suhscrilic to the remain
ing 2,700 pounds of the sum of 5.000
pounds required to luiilil the mission
steamer tor t'gauta. He contrasts the
I'.nuhsh apathy with tlicltcrmun activity
in the same direction,
The director of the Illinois Central
railroad company have cllccted u new
The press club has extended an invita
tion to ex-President Cleveland to speak
in November at the auditorium under the
auspice of the club.
William Nve and his sons Hurry nnd
Grunt Nye, all prominent business men
of Ada, O., were arrrsted yesterday for
passing counterfeit lulls. I hey were ta'
ken tn Toledo for hearing,
It ha hcen discovered that the usual
iH tialtic do not upiilv in the tusc ol Mr
Wheal, the late postmaster of the I'liiied
Slates house ol representatives, ivcnuse
he was not un olhecr ol tlicl'mtcd Males
The Baltimore ovster dredger report
thnt all along Rent Island oft' the
"Lumps" and down the western shore as
funis Putuxcnt, Cooiht Island, ovster
banks found are "dead." What has killed
the ovster is not known.
The Congregntlonnl minister of Bos
ton and the enstcrn synod ol the Reform
ed Church in the t'nitcd States, in session
nt Rending, Pit., have adopted resolu
tions declining against the openinp; of
the World's Fair ut Chicago on Sunday,
HORRIBLE MURDER DONE.
MRS. H. T. MORRISON KILLED AND
HER HUSBAND MISSING.
THE BODY FOUND SOME
MILES FROM THEIR HOME.
TWO BULLET HOLES AND A HOR
Mrs. II. T. Morrison was murdered it
a horrible munncr bv her husband, it is
now believed, near Asheville, Friday.
A year ago Morrison and his wife and
his brother-in-law, Win. Sullivan and bi
wife, came here from Anderson county
South Carolina. Morrison and his wilt-
took rooms near the old depot,
in the western part of the city
and Sullivan made hi home on T
L. Clayton's (arm about two miles
west of Asheville, near the French
Broad river. Morrison got a position in
the shops of the furniture factory. He is
about 20 years old and his wife was but
IS. Sullivan worked in Clayton's lumber
One day lust week Morrison and his
wife quarreled ubout something and shi
went to the house of Sullivan, her brother.
Last Thursday evening, before Sullivan
reached home from his work, Morrison
went to the house where Mrs. Sulli
van and his wife were. It is said
that he knocked his wife down with o
stick uud beat her brutally with a pnii
of brass knuckles. He then pinioned hei
arms with a roie and drugged her away
from the house, swearing that he would
kill her unless she went back to live with
him. She, it is said, told bim that slu
would do so if he would stop abusing
When Sullivan reached home he set oui
to look for his sister, thinking that hei
husband had probably mistreated her
after leaving his house. He went to Mor
rison's home, near the old depot, but did
not find the couple there. Not hcarinc.
anything the next day (Friday) he tele
graphed to his fathcrin Anderson county.
S. C, that his sister was missing.
TIIH lllillV Kol'Ml.
Saturday morning some workmen or
Vunilcrhili's place found the body of n
woman about out-halt mile from Hill
more, near Yuudcrbill's railroad. Tin
body was covered with brush and was
neur a small stream of water. Later, ii
was identified as that of Mrs. Morrison.
There were two bullet hole in the wo
man' left breast und one above tin
right eye in the temple. There was also u
terrible gash about ten inches long, be
ginning at the chin, on the right side and
extending down to the chest, laying it
oH-n and excising the backbone.
The body was put in a wagon by tin
workmen and taken to the stution at
Biltmore. The woman' father arrived
from South Carolina on u freight train a
short while alter the body wnsfound and
he, on reaching the place, took charge ol
the body. He had the remain boxed
nnd returned to South Carolina with
them. The body has been buried there.
TKI.KOKAI'lli:!! KOK TIIK MKMAINS.
The case has been put in the hand ol
I he Pinion I ictective agency by Mr. Sul
livan, the murdered woman's brother.
The matter was not reported to Chiel
Denver by Sullivan until this morning,
and Mr. Denver notified Coroner Milliard
of the occurence. Mr. Denver has tele
graphed to South Carolina for the body
to be exhumed and sent buck to Ashe
ville. Mr. Morrison had an uncle living in
Philadelphia who ha been notified of his
niece' terrible death. He ha telegraph
ed an ofi'er of $500 tor the arrest ol
Morrison. Morrison ha fled however.
from P. T. Ilnmum's tltoiir.
A clergyman wns called on to go down
to a country village a lew mile nwny
and preach a sermon. He did sound took
for hi text, "Kememlier Lot' wife."
Two years altcrward he win called again,
the minister lieing absent, to come down
and preach n sermon. He put hi hand
in the barrel and drew out the first one
that came handy and put it in hi pocket
and went down to preach it. As a singu
lar coincidence it proved to lie the same
sermon that he preached bclore. When
he rose and read the text, "Kememlier
Lot' wile," a man in the congregation
colled out, "Wc haven't forgotten her
since vou were here ticlore.
'. TIC A I. POINTER'S.
The democrat of Cherokee comity last
week nominated Gay Bryan for the house
and instructed tor Vance.
Some of the colored Farmer' alliances
will support the democratic ticket. This
is the case with three alliances in Pender
Chnirman Smith, of the democratic
state executive committee, says that there
is a marked improvement in the rcgistrn
tion of democrats.
Crawford is mi,king it hot for liwnrt
in the Ninth district. Crawford's elec
tion is conceded by lending republicans,
If Vance I not a wise, level-headed
safe, exicricnccd, honest, trustworthy
statesman, where In the wholcjl'nion will
you hud him f Wilmington Messenger
Mr. J. M. Mewhnrne, of Lenoirconnty,
has come out as thedcmocrnticcnndidnte
for congress from the second district. If
all the papers and democrat in the dis
trict will rally to his support there is 8
possibility ol ms election,
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Since it does not contain an atom ol
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Lndics w ill do well to ex-
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CiipoHiinil Lonx Wnijis, nt
Whitlock'H, for. K.i-iVr.lork.
Our new stock of Dross
floods is 'wny nbovoanyyou
can find olsowlioro. Call and
w them, nt Whitlock'H, cor.
Light weight Jersey Jtick-
ets and IMazors at very low
prices. Whitlock'H, corner
IllanketH, Comforts nnd
Curtain materials, at Whit-
lock's. Very large stock.
Corner Eagle llloek.
50 dozen Aprons in 200
styles. New designs, beauti
ful and cheap, nt Whitlock'H.
Driving Gloves and 'tiding
CapH for LadioH nnd Misses,
at Whitlock'H, corner Eagle
Whitlock'H is the best place
by far to get complete out
fits for Ladies, Gentlemen
and Children. Corner Engle