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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI.NO. 148.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place pluuned and devel
oping as a
Situate I in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lieolth
JulneHH and beauty of
An elevation of -1,800 feet,
It iH being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded rouds and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, address,-
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
full .lK'k l.adlca,
Mlaaes' anil Children's
Wraps In the latest at vie.
Also a fall and complete
Llae of Underwear.
30 Mouth main Street. 30
H.T.EST A BROOK'S
ilil H. MAIN 8T.. AHHKVILLK,
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
View and Sketches.
Walts B. Own, W. W. West,
6WYN & WEST,
fnaceessors to Walter B.Owya)
, f FER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioners of Deeds.
OFFICK Southeast Court fSquare.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, who are coming to Asheville
to spend the Pall and Winter.
AH those who have houses to rent .honld
call on us at once, we have ninny applica
tion, for both furnlahrd anil unfiirnl.heil
houM., which we nre nt present unalile to
JENKS A JENKS,
REAL E8TATE AND IN8URANCE BROKERS.
Room o Aio, McAfee Block,
an Patton Ave.. A.hevlllr. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
w. T. Crawford suva that H I). Kwurt
told him that he heard Jim OmlRcr .ay tlmt
Hob Vance told hint that Kopc Kllua heard
thut there waa no doubt 'hat W. W Kolllaa
aid that Tom Johnston thouxht that Hob
Karman had told Hitting Bull thut llufliilo
Bill had declared to J a. Courtney thut It
waa Kcnrrally believed that Han Keynolda
had .aid In plain terms thut be heard Jiick
W.irley aay thnt his friend John I.. Rullivan
had said thut Bill Denver inlormcd him at
the conKrcaalonnl convention In thia city tlmt
it waa a well known (net that the House.
breiicra' Union hnd rauvht Orn. Clillumnn in
living that in his opinion it was a mutter ol
fact and of area t public Interest that J. J.
Mnckcy intimated to Jraa l.owrr that Hill
Nye bad auid while attending the county eon
ventlon laat Saturday thut anyone caught
rciidlug this ahull repair at once to the store
or A. D. COnPKK, North Court Hquurc, anil
inspect hla mammoth stuck or all kinda ol'
(Irocrrira, Provisions. ate., where arrange
ments have been made to ruralah you all
kinds or Staple and Fumy ('.roccrtrs or the
Heat Uuullty at the Lowcat Prlcra.
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is all in. and iH com
plete. This stock waH bought
ho that we can Hell it at our
old priceH. All goodn bought
ninoe the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. Oth
will be from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larly ShoeH and Tinware. We
nhall nell our present Htock of
Fall and Winter goodH in all
lineHfltHiime prices an here
tofore, and that in cIioiiiht
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep everything in
Dress Goods, nothing, Shoes,
Hats. Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps and Glassware.
We can fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny nhoe for the baby to an
overcont for the grandfat her,
from a marriage ton 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-Luit 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 jieople particularly will
save money if they will price
(air stock before they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, Hats. Clothing, Dress
es, Overcoats, Pant Cloth,
and Blankets. If we do not
sell them ns 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 Eotate Broker.
And Investment Agent.
Loans sc. urely placed at N per vent.
a A 11(1 Patton Avenue Mecund floor.
( Pormcrly of Lyman At Child I,
OIBce No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BualucM
Loans securely placed at per cent.
I.aetf enol. nlrv rooms, holla, newlv ftir-
nl-hrifs kooiI table. Terms reasonable. On
street car line.
MM. J. L. rSMATHIIHH,
SIN Patton Ave,
fKBHPAHHUKM TAKK NOTICB.
All persons are notified thnt all Innds he
lonttlnu to the West Aahevllle Improvement
Companv and K. . Carrier, In the vicinity of
the Huluhur Sarin as and Wrst Ashrvlllr, are
posted. B O CAMMIKM.
Go to Cai'michael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
DrugH 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 .vou can rest
assured thut your prescrip-
tion will be tilled correct and
that you will be charged n
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
culls promptly answered.
No. o South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Pl'BLIC SQL' ARE,
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 has occurred
since the purchase making
the goods sjiecially cheap.
Ah we shall have to pay
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: Huv earlv such articles
as you expect to use this sea
son. H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stery (loods, Hats,
CurpctH and Gener
7 A 9 PATTON AVE.
Is our motto, and we know the ieoplc np
predate It, for they have proven It bv their
liberal patronage. We think that we are
better prepared now than ever before to irlve
our customers the benefit uf low prices In
Our turtle csiH-rlcnce anil IncrrnalnK hual
ness Justify us in making this stnlement, It
Is needless (tor us to enumernte the different
articles wt carry. We sell the
And can alwayaituaranteethrm to glvc.alla
factloa both la
QUALITY - AND
Our facilities for delivering Roods promptly
WIIOI.IIHALK AND RKTAIL OKOCUkh,
Cor. Paltoa Avenue and Mala Street.
A PLAIN TALK OF GREAT VALUE
THE INIQUITOUS TARIFF
WHO CAN READ THIS AND VOTE
Hon. SC. H. Vance spoke in the l.rniid
opera house to-day. The Senator arrived
nn the morning train from the east and
win met at Hiltmore bv the Swiinnnnoii
Democratic club, whose guest he was.
At the train a commits composed of
W U. Hrecse, N. A. I'enland, K. I'
Walker, H.J. Alexander, W. P. Cheese
borough und T. M. I'orter was present
and with Senutor Vance breakfasted at
the house of Mr. Hrecse who is president
of the club. There the senator wns i n
tertniued until the hour for starting to
Asheville, The procession of escort was
composed of a large delegation from the
Swnnnanoa club. The men were in their
shirt sleeves und hnd on red ties and
sashes, with a bursting bomb printed in
colors, on their hut brims.
At the old Newton academv thev were
met by Hull's baud, who escorted them
to the city.
At 12 o'clock the procession, heuded by
Hull's Hand, marched up South Main
street and proceeded down I'atton ave
nue to the Grand oieru house. The
streets were lined on both side with
people who gave cheer after cheer ns the
procession moved by.
The oix.ru house was tilled with ladies
and gentlemen, ull delighted iu anticipa
tion of hearini! the old war horse ol
democracy. The stage stage was occu
pied by members ol the riwuiiimuuu chili.
and the boxes by genllcmcu of promi
nence living in Asheville.
senator niice was introduced hv
I'residcnt Hreese and three cheers were
uiveu with n will bv the meinliers ol the
club. A diulogue between two of tin
members followed. It was as lollows:
" Whut arc we here fur ?"
"To show the republicans the straight
and narrow way.'
"Are we ready ?"
TIIK SKNATOkV Hh.UAKKS.
Senator Vance said: Ladies and fellow
citizens; 'Ml years auo, 1 was elected to
the house of commons from this my na
tive county, and from thut day to this I
have gone in and out before you. Mv pub
lic actions and my private life have lieeu
ocn for your insectiou, 1 come now
the same man, except in Mint of years,
as :ill ycurs ago. I am proud that I am
anntiveof Iluucombe, (npplnttsel and I
am proud to come buck to you, so lul
us I know, without a stain upon mv
record ns a public man. 1 have come at
your invitation to give an uccouut ol my
stewardship, nnd totulk of the iiustion
of the dnv. My only regret is, thut n
protracted canvass, in udditmn to In
tiguc of a long session of congress, have
tendered me poorlv uble to do justice to
There is u crisis Uion us now. To a
people every new movement is a crisis.
We have reuched an importunt crisis in
our economic nlTuirs und a still more im-
Hrtuut crisis in our political affairs.
Since I first began to study Militical
economy I have found thut agriculture is
the most important industry in North
Carolina. In studying the economic re
lations of the government to agriculture
I found thut the tendency was to put
money into the hands of the few nnd not
of the many. It is generally understood
that every man is a nicmticr of the linn
ol the government, und should be con
sidered in n division of the gain at the
end of the year; but I nave loumi
thnt this is not so now. I have lound
that the nioucv hus not been divided
eiuullv according to the capital in
THK MICIIKST COUNTRY.
Great llntain wits said ten years ago
to be the richest country in the world.
The present census will, it is said, show
that the t'nited States ia richer by four
thousand millions of dollars. There are
four million Inrms in the United States,
occupied by eight million people, but yet
the money has been into the pockets of
the rich ns opposed to these. The riches
are greater, but ure not divided eitinllv.
The fault of thnt uncquulity is not that
of the Creator it is not the fault of the
Inwsof thestnte. Our state has come
up from one of the poorest to one of the
best in the t'nited States. In 1808 wc
hud IHMI miles of railroad, and now we
have it.HOO miles. Then there wns not a
child in the state being educated by the
loplc, and now there nre about one-half
million so educated. The taxes have
been reduced and so it it cannot be the
fnult of the state government that the
formers ure behind.
The only other source of the incqunlity
of riches is to lie seen is the national legis
lation. 1 have found it there, und 1 chal
lenge nnv one to refute it. Having
traced it to that source it is easy to find
the men who are responsible. For since
IHfll the republican parly has had con
trol, though on one occasion we elected
n president, on more I linn one hnd the
house and have had a majority in the
senate, but Imve never liecn in actunl
power. The republican party is respon
sible for the Iniquitous legislation.
TIIK UII.I.IIINAIHU PARTY.
We will see how the legislation has
been for the millionaires and not lor the
millions. The national banks were
chartered nnd made the linnneinl
agents of the government, There
bnnks asked protection nnd other
bunks were tnxed highlv, which threw
them out of the Held, The coining of sil
ver was stopied ami gold wns made the
money of the people. .All products were
paid for In silver nnd prices were reduced
30 per cent. Thus the ngrirulturnl and
working interests were hurt.
We could have stood thnt, much as it
effected nil the Interests of the county,
but the manufacturers asked to have Im
port taxes increased. This was done.
When the prices of domestic products
were lowered by competition they come
to congress nnd asked for more protec
tiou and got it.
tin; m'kini.icy nil. I..
Now comes the McKinlcy bill whicl
has been dcscnlied as the nbomiimtiou ol
desolation. This keeps out a great
amount of foreign products nnd we have
to rely on the domestic products.
1 wunt to examine the ellect of this
bill on the icoplc. We have been told
for yenrs that the only thing necessary
for the people to do to get rich is to tax
themselves, and if we are not as rich us
we deserve to be it is because we are not
taxed enough. If any man lielieves that
lie can Iw made richer by taxation let
him get into a bushel basket nnd try to
lift himself over it ten-foot fence.
If protection tnxes everybody, it does
no good, but if it taxes only a few,
it is robbery, and is unjust.' If ack
nnd Hill play seven-up, aiul Jack wins
five dollars, Hill is poorer, if each wins
an eiual amount, neither is any richer.
Say ten men form a town on the bunk ol
a river, and rule thiims thi'iusclve They
are of all vocations the shoemaker
asks to have a protection on goods com
ing from across the river. It is done ami
the rest of the men follow. Theirreipiests
are an granted, and all grow rich. At
last the old lariner comes in and savs lie
has had to pa" more for all the goods lie
has hail to buy, but has to sell all hi:
products nt the same price as heretofore
lie is told that he will be niven the same
advantages: that his products will lie
taxed the same. Hut the fun of the thing
is that none of the farmer's products
come across the river. Wc an- exporters
of products and not importers. There
is u lurue surplus every vear ami no tnx
is needed. Out of 840 millions dollars
worth of coods exported last vear. lino
millions were products ol agriculture.
The prices were tixcil abroad and had to
conform to the free trade prices of other
Till! l AHMI'H I.OSKS KVhIIV 1IMI .
If a man takes his wheal to Holland
and exchanges it lor goods, he has to pay
duty on the goods he brings back. The
farmer does not want to take uoods in
exchange and cannot get gold. I lc has
to sncriticc his wheat anil comes Imek to
buy his necessities here. When the umti
ufucturcr here buvs products, he vets
them cheap been use ol the great sin plus
and the farmer loses.
The legislation ol the country has dis
criminated against the farmer. I charge
that there has not tor tint ty years Ikcii a
law passed for the l;.rme's; that nil
linaiieial laws have b en dictated by Wall
street nnd the conimcicial l.iusln manu
facturers. 1 have never seen a law ui'.ro-
luced opposiiii! the hiborimr classes but
that n delegation was there tirumg iis
pussuge. I have never seen a lariner
there. They have asked nothing, ami
tliev have got it. I am glad lo see them
waking up now.
WILL lU l.r TIIK HAKMI MS.
Farmers, t want you to fight your ene
mies who have passed these laws, and I
will help yon. Von advocate nothing
that is not democratic. lo not ficht
anyone but your enemies. The lawyers,
merchants, doctors and schoolmasters
arc not vour enemies. The people who
have made these laws ami have made the
lew rich nre vonr enemies.
In ISSN the republican partv, scciiiu
the dancer of their cleleat. tried the fat
out of the mnnulactui'crs and with the
millions thus obtained carried on n most
corrupt campaign. Ihey gamed the
ircsiilcucy und the house and already
ud the senate. They admitted states
nto the I'mon. The apportionment ol
the I'nitcd States gives a representation
to every 11)5,000 voters, and the three
states of Wyoming, Idaho ami Nevada
have hut 185,000 voters, yet thev have
six senators and three representatives.
Idaho disfranchised Mormons, who were
mostly democrats, and Wyoming, where
thev were repuiilicans. not only gnu
them the right to vote. Inn
gave their wives the rigiit also.
W lieu I saw what hail liecn done mid
thought what It time the devil would
have with the men who did it, I voted to
put brimstone on the Iree list. If we car
ry the House ami presidency in i,vi', as
I have no doubt wc will do, wc can not
reenl those laws, but we can keep them
troin passing any more ol them.
lien conuress met tlicrcpuiilicnns had
oulv three majority mid two ol these
were repuiilicans Ironi North Carolina. 1
sav, do not let it occur again. If you
hud done your duty 1 here would have
liecn one majority for the democrats.
You fought over small matters and
would not look up to the greater mai
lers. The enemy look ihc advantage of
TIIH 1'OKCK llll.l. TO UK r.SS..ll.
When the house nut they refused to
adopt rules and made the will of the
sicnker law. They unseated democrats
until thev had n iiiiiionty ol tun I v. In
that way they went to work. They
passed the Conger lard bill, helping Chi
cago puckers and hurting cotton grow
ers; the McKiulcv bill, which deals a
deadly blow to tanners; the lorce bill, by
which they tnke Ironi the state powers
the riuht of munaijing their elections nnd
give them over to I'nitcd States ollicials.
uutboriiing if necessary the calling out
of the nrmv with bnyoncls to help. The
certificates of election ure made out and
signed by the stiiervisois. They destroy
the substance of the constitution. .My
opinion of what it is intended to do is
tlmt an extra session in congress win tic
culled and this bill forced through."
In conclusion. Senator nnee said that
he would like to talk more but wns fa.
tigued. He said that any one could go
into any store iu thiscitv and sec the el
fects of the Mckinlcv hill iu the dilVcrcucc
in prices. He said Hint he had observed 1
that the greuter the cost ol goods, the
lower the tariff on them, lie gave a
number ( examples ol this iu the high
taxation of necessaries and the low tax
ation of luxuries. He spoke of the re
publican partv as the born slave of the
capitalists of the country. He said he
was the friend of the alliance men and
advocated harmony between them and
the democrats as l hey ure on the same
Scuutor Vance spoke in his usual elo
quent nnd impressive style, and carried
the audience with him on every word lie
uttered. It is sale lo say that no more
popular man could have called a crowd
together in Asheville, than this brave old
son of Hiiuconibe,
Aftcrthe SM.'iiking, Senutor Vance went
to the Swnnnanoa Hotel, where he will
slay until to-motiow. He then
lenves for Kcidsville, where he Sjauks
O'llrleii and union.
Havmk, Oct, 25. Win. O'Hricn and his
wife und lohn Dillon, were on l lie steamer
I.a Champagne, which sailed to-day for
MR. i: WART NOT ELIGIBLE
HIM ALLIANCE PKICTKNUIONI
The Hhi (secretary ofthe Alliance
Nays Itie Couatltutlou of the Or
der liars) Mr. H. (. Clear Oat
Tiik Citizun has previously published
from the Country Homes, organ of the
Farmers' alliance of Western North Car
olina, the statement that neither Mr.
Crawlord nor Mr. liwart were legully
meinljci s of the alliance, they bot h being
lawyers and not eligible, as hus been de
cided by the state ollicials. A portion of
Ihc same article is republished to-day for
the iiiloriniiliouof those alliance men who
perhaps do r.'d ku w the position of the
two candidates in this particular. The
follo'.-imr is taken from the Country
Homes tor llctobcr:
"After being attacked by Mr. E wart's
organ, we wrote to both kwart and
Crawford, and asked these three iiues
tioiis : Are you a lawver, a member of
the Farmers' alliance, and have vou
signed the alliance demands? In answer
lo this Mr. Crawford savs: '1 have
signed the alliance demands und
heartily endorse the principles therein
contained.' Mr. liwart says: '1 am a
niemlier ol one of the strongest sub-al
liimces in I Undersoil countv. in full fellow
ship. I have not signed the alliance de
mands, neither do 1 intend to do so. My
past record iu ollicc is u stitlicient uuur-
uutcc what my position will be in the
Since the above was first published Mr.
Kwurt mill his organs deny the fact that
the demands were presented to Mr.
Crawford and himself officially and that
thev hove la-en sent to the state secre
tary. A private letter to Mr. Tomlinson,
secretary of the county ulliance, tram the
state se-crctaiy, snowing tlmt tney were
otlicially presented und )roierly signed
bv Mr. Crawlord, is given below:
Ktuaoil. N. C , Oct. 17. 18110.
W. 1-'. Tomlinson, secretary of buncombe
Hear Sir and Ilrother: The "Demand
card" signed by Mr. Crawfi.nl, demo
cratic candidate tor congress in the Ninth
district, has Ik-cii received at this office,
togetuer with a notification that Mr.
Kwart, the republican candidate, has re
in sed to siyu the same. I urn surprised
to learn from the paiers tlmt Mr. kwart
is making the statement thut you are
iin.'iutliorucd to present them. This is
untrue and Mr. Kwart must have been
aware ol it. Many rate, if he wns a
friend to our order and desired to sec us
obtain the relief we nre demanding he
would not have hesitated to sign an ob
ligation to try to relieve us it elected. I
was not nware tlmt -Mr. l-.wurt wns
a mcmlier of the alliance. I had heard
ihc rumor but knowing him to be ineligi
ble to membership 1 thought it was a
Mistake. 1 rend in the Country Homes
your reply to his attack published in the
ilciulcrsotivillc limes anil was glua to
see that you were so moderate, conserv
ative and just it. your language. . Vour
position in regard' to his eligibility is cer
tainly eon eel and our constitution sus
hoiie vou will endeavor to keep the
brethren true 'to Alliance principles in
spite ol any ilillcreuces ol opinions in
nn Ik-si wisiies for tne success 01 tnc
inler, I mil yours fraternally,
"li. C. HKIiPINr.Fllil.U,
IKtWI IIRU CANNOT COME
And Mr. si-wart Will Not Speak at
The secretary of the West word Young
Men's Democratic club has received a
letter from Hon. W. T. Crawford laying
that he cannot, because of a severe cold
from which he is suffering, lie here to
night. Mr. Crawford says he will be
here next Saturday, by regular appoint
ment and thai he will Scnk lioth morn-
ug and night.
Mr. F.wurl, who was also invited, ab
solutely refuses to jcuk anywhere at
Citmplielluiid MprlnfcleM to Mpcak
at ll.e Court Houae.
Mr. J. M. Campbell, democratic candi
date for the state senate, will spenk nt
the court house to-night. Ict every
democrat conic out and hear this joint
sH-aking us il will be the only chance to
hear these two gentlemen.
Inlfnar In Ireland.
IH IU..N, Oel. ITi. I'pon his nTivnl at
llallinu, county Mavo, Hclfour, chief sec
retary of Ireland wns driven to the resi
dence of the most Kcv. Hugh Conway, I).
D., catholic bishop of Killaln with whom
Mr. Balfour had a long conference.
MorMisvn.l.K. W. Va Oct. 2a. Gov,
.K. W. Va Oct. 23.'
Hill's siiecial train on the Ilaltimore &
Ohio was run into by the Chicago Fx-
tirrss mst east ol Moundsville, this mora.
mg. The only damage to the governor's
train was a demolished cowcatcher,
Nasiivii.i.h, Oct. The democrats
of the seventh coimressiunul district Inst
night nominated Col. N. N. Cox,
Snow up North.
Saha riic.A, N, Y., Oct 20. Snow fell to
the depth nt three inches in Greenfield,
two miles Ironi, here Inst night.
M IWIKS Ol' COXSEjJl li.XCE.
Secretary Hlaine is making speeches In
Mr. McKinlcy s district.
Senator Illaekburn, of Kentucky, was
thrown from his carriage and sustained
very serious injuries.
It is believed in Washington thnt the
validity ol the tariff bill will be tested by
n suit to tie earned to the supreme court.
As n result of the McKinlcy tariff par
tics in Nova Scot in nre mnkinir nrrnnuc-
nicnts for the exportation of live lobsters
An nccnt to the Ontario government
has been travelling through Michigan
trvitiir to induce Canadian families to re
turn lo the Dominion and settle in the
northwest. He succeeded in iudncing 2?
lamihes to return.
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Since it does not contain an atom ol
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the market, wherever known.
DIKBCf.ONS POR USB.
The dose for an adult Is two tcaauooBfuls
ia a wine class or water. Dose ror children
ia proportion, according to age. Id either
case the dose caa be repeated every thirty
minues until a core Is effected. One dose will
always drive away aa attack oT Headache,
u taken when first feeling tbe premonitory
symptoms; but if the attack Is well on, and
Buffering la intense, the second or third dose
may be required. Usually a greater number
of doses Is required to .Sect to. first cure
than Is seeded for aay succeeding time there
after, ahowlng that the medicine Is accumu
lative ia lu effects, tending toward aa event
ual permanent cure
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