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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 149.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned und devel
oping us a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hcalth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of ,1,800 feet,
It is being In id out with
taste and skill, with well
graftal roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress,! LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lluvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
I'ult stock l.ailica.
Mlsac.' anil Children1.
Wrap. In the lateat .tvlca.
Aim full and complete
Line of Underwear.
30 South Main Street. 30
i . MAIN HT.. AHHI1VILI.B,
II TIIH FLACK "
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
AND TO VS.
"Views and Sketches.
Walts. B. Owvn,
w. w. Wh.t.
GWYN & WEST,
llomMcra to WalUr D.Owri)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILlt
Loani Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Commissioner, oflwede.
O VFlCR-aonthCMt Coarl staiaare,
Vjf UST TO THE HURRYIKB FEET I
Of Iht Hundred, who art coming to Aahevllle
to apend the fall and Winter.
All llioat who have bonne, to rent ahould
call un ui at one, a. we have ninny appllca.
tlon. for hoth furnlahcd and unfurnl.lied
houM. whlrh w art at preaent nnalile tu
JKNK8 ft JKNKS,
REAL EITATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
R00111H 9 ft to, McAfee Block.
UN Patton Art.. Aahvltl, N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W, T. Crawford hiivh that H Ct. Kwnrl
told lifm that tie benrd Jim Otu.ljrer miy tlint
Hob Vnncv told him that Kop? EHhh hcunl
thnt there wai no dmt.it hut W. W Kotilns
nald thnt Tom Johnston thuiiKht that Rub
Purnmn had told Sitting Hull that Butlulo
Wll hud declared to J H, Courtney thai it
wan generally hellevrd that Hun Reynolds
hud nnld in plain tern that he hrard Jack
Worlcy any that lilt friend J hn I., Sullivan
had laid that Mill Iknvcr in I m ined him at
the conKrvinionnl convention in thin city thai
It was well known fact that the Houc
kretum' Union had cminht Oen Cini'innn in.
un y Inn that In hU opinion ii wan n nuitter of
fact and of Kmtt public intercut that J. J.
Mnckcy Intimated to Jen l.owrv that Hill
Nye had Raid while attendiuu the county toii
ventiun Innt Sattirttay that anyone caught
readlnK thi hall repair at on if to the More
of A. It. COOPKK, North Court Square, ami
iiwpcct hi mammoth utork of nil kimlN of
(roeerlcR, Provlnlonit, Ve., where iirrniitfi
mentu have heen made to furnixh you all
kind of Htnple anil Fancy CrowricH of the
Heat Uunlity at the I.oweNt I'riceH.
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. (Jth
will be from 10 cts. tooO cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larly 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 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 iH 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 iM'ople particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock bcfoi-e they buy
their winter supplies of
Shoes, Hats. Clothing, Dress
es, Oven-oats, 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 "RIG RACKET"
Heal Entnte Ilrokcra,
And Inventmctit Agent.
Loan. e. urely placed at a) per rent.
S a ad Patton Avenue
I Former! of Lvman A Child I,
Office No. 1 ICaTal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage RualncM
Loan, wen rely placed at R lief cent.
I.ara cool, Slav mom., nonae ncwiy nir.
nl-heifi good tnhle, Term, reaaonalilr, on
.reet car ...... MATmt(Hi
Julelildilm aia I'attnn A.
JRBHPAHHUHH TAKB NOTICB.
A.I ninimi are nnlltlrd thnt all llimla lie
nHuiM ... i,a wmi A.h.v.lle Inmriivrmeiil
Cnmpanv and M. O. Carrlrr. In the vklnlly of
the atiipnur aprinaa anu nrai ".""'v',';
p.iateu. d , v n " " . "
(lo to Carmichael's Prug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at.
low trices. 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 bo Tilled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, X. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
pim.ic sii aki:
Our Autumn stock is now-
very full and attractive, and
we are scllinir a lame nuiinti-
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 specially cneap.
As we shall have to pay
hiu-her nrices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: I5uy early sun articles
as you expect to use this sea
son. II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
(Soods, 1'nderwear. Uphol
stery Hoods, Hats,
Carpets and (Seller
7 A 9 PATTON AVli.
laiinr inntlii, and we know tin hiiiIc np-pm-tnte
It, for they have proven II bv thilr
lllwral pntronnur. We llilnk thnt we are
better prepared now Own ever Iwlnre to give
our cuatouicra the liencllt uf low prlve. In
Our lnr eniK-Henie ii.ul Invrrnalnu Imal
neaa Juallfy ua In limKltiu tlila atuleinrni. H
la neeillea. for ua to cnumi ri.tc the illilrrt nt
article, we curry. We at ll the
And can alwavaKunrni.ter llicin to (ilveantla
fnctlon l.oth In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our fncllltlra for dcllvcrlnji hmimI. pruiiiplly
POWIilX ft SNIIH'K,
WIIOl.HHALII ANU KHTAIL OHOCKHrt,
Cor, I'allun Avenue and Main Mtrcet,
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
A 5,OOC I' 1 hi-; AT MOIIlI.i:,
IT DOES GREAT DAMAGE TO THE
CITY'S MATERIAL INTERESTS.
M i.n, Ali... not. A tir- thnt
Iicki.ii nenr thf rivir Ininl, nt tlif nurth
rast v.iil iil'llii' city, sprciul rapiilly to 1 lit
oi ton w.'iri'liDiiscsHiiil prcssi'S last nijjht
anil tllis nicivninn, anil xrttlilK licvoml
iMiitrnl til the lire lUpai tmciit inn Ii.ul
in its fil'iiKl1 all tlic cntli'ii t .rili'insi's
and in't'SscK on tlic river front anil liaek
to lluval street, Iro.n lleauiTtiard to St.
I.onis streets A still northeast witnl
preyaileil anil the lire threaleneil the
entire business port ion ol the city.
t'not np li."iO,li(MI, the principal items
in-iui; ilistrilnitcil as lollovvs:
Stewart cc Unit, sliinnle mill, .yi 7,0(10.
Cooley's compress ami warehouses,
owncil liy (1, M, Townsend, ol' New
Vork, $7(1,1100 ; Taylor's corn presa anil
warelionse, owned liy no. T. Taylor
Co., of New York, !f li.".nini ; Merchants'
press and warehouse, I'.. T. ThoinaH and
others, $:ill,000; llrowi.'s warehouse,
owned liy Keslor and Barker; Conci
lium's, owned liy Barker and I,ey; Sel
ni, in warehouse, owned liv li. M. Town
send, New York; Trawitl warehouse,
owned liy Hi.uinuel estate, all valued nt
These warehouses eomaiiud ."i.ll.'IO
hales cotton, all destroyed, valued at
$iN7.iiHI, fully insiiieil. "
Mobile ,V illinu. leiuporarv depot,
'mined cnlailiiiK it loss of Si, lion in
Cull City Oil Mills valued at $:I7,000.
stock of seed in shed $1(i,iinil.
Mobile I'hosphatc and Chemieal Man
til'acturiu company's laciory, corner ol
St .ullnmv and Commerce streets,
t-alueil at $4ii,n(iii.
The Yellow I'iue I.iimlier eonnmiiy's
loss is $2,1.111) on lumlicr. John O'liou
uell lost $S,lll.o in coal and wood. John
li.iillards "i(H. in the same. Mobile
,V Itirmiucdinn. railway, on freight cars.
Sl'.oOO, Mobile Ohio, Height cars and
Outside ol cotton insurance there U
jil jO.iino on the other propci ty.
HAI.FOI H IN IMi;l.A.XI.
Will lie Tell ol Ilii- MlMfrU-H fit
llilMHt-t-i oil IIIh Trip?
In .il.lN, Oct., Mr. Ilalloui', chiei
sivretarvlorlrcla.nl, who is makinu n
tour of the western counties, will remain
at lieliuulletl, county M.iyo, lo-d iy.
Tlieucr he w ill proceed to Newport ai.i:
The lixpress of this city, comineutiujj
on tiieti.pof the cine, secrcviuy ,iy.
"Ilallouraiid his couip.iiiioi. will reuie.u
lier theirjoiirnev of Sat unlay which was
in the miilsl ol a tierce storm that hclK-d
to reveal the wild and miserable pros
iiccts ol the people. It eavetheni a vivid
cxvric.ice ol the terrible conditions under
which the scattered population ol tilt
west ol Ireland maintain their strult
Ilalloiir's reception everywhere hut
lieen ressr(ful, olieu cordial.
;i i;sHiNt;i'OM'i.s'i s.
They May lie l'-rinllL-l !; lilt"
II..omim;'o., III., Oct. 1'7. Several
utrrchnnis f this city arc comlm-tinu
ni'ssinj; ami voting schemes in advertis
iiiK ll.eir business ami IcariiiK that the
newsp.iKTS earryiiiL' their iidverlise
incus niieht lie suppressed, the post
niaster has consulted I'ost.i.aslerl lencral
Waiinamaker as to whether III m
schemes were prohibited hv the lottery
law. Attoruev licucn.l Sillier replied
I hat mu ll aiivertisements of Kiiessiuv
contests inav, till Ihe ilepartnienl has
uiore thiuouulily iuvesti);ateil the mai
ler, lie KTiniilc,l to run in newspiiH.-is.
m i:iks or coxsi;nn;ci:.
Mr. Chillies 1 'in nil! has retained Sir
Charles Kusscll ami Mr. llerU-rt Aisiiiiilh
to represent him in the trial ol the action
brought by Captain O'Shea nuainsl his
wile lor divorce, in which Mr. i'ari.cll is
S.iieriutemle.it of the Cenmis I'ortei
lias come hack Irom Uuroie.
Stvretary Itlniiie spoke for protection
iiiul MeKiiiley lit Canloii, O., Sntiirday.
The Western I'liionTclenraphcoinpaiiy
lias Ihv.i indicted in connection with the
New York pool room cases.
There are liK'liil siins that a satisfac
tory selllenici.t nl the vexed Hehtini: sea
seal ip.estion will be rc.uhcd at u com
paratively early nay.
Henry M. Stanley savs that if needful
or desirable lie could blast t lie l epi.tiit inn
of the late llarttclot auilotherswho have
brought H'riou ehaiKcs iiK.iinst liitn.
Nelson trotted at Cauiliriil(.'e City the
laslesl half mile on record, liarrii.K
ncith.-r mare nor uelil.nu. I he hrst otiar
ter was made in :tLM t seconds and the
second in il't'i. iiiakiux the hall in l.o:i.
A Itroeklon, Mass, dispalch nays:
Charles W. kol.iusou.cUrk of the local
municipal court and ow ner and tnaijacr
ol it sliK'k excha.iKe, is a lui-ycr. and hi.
uaius will probably reach SiiM,HD0. lie
The ireneral term ol'the New York u
pien.c court has refused to vaealc ll.c or
der lor the exnmitiation ol Col. Wm, W.
Iludlev lirlorp trial in his suit for libel
iiKiimst the New York World for dniilii-
c.os lor publiHl.iiiK lite lan.ous ihock. oi
The fxtrn session of the leuisluttire
ea led bv l.nv. CantnMl to consiiler tlie
i.llei;ed corrupt ion in the municipal
hoards III Cincinnati has concluded its
buniiHss and iid.jniirucd to January (1,
1N1I1. when thcndtourneil session necnn
A hill brcuutf law urovidinu it non-pur-
lisan llonrd of Improvements lor Cincin
The I'hitadeliiliia Natural f!a eomnniiy
linn avrvril notice oi. seven iron and ateel
mills which nrc upplicd will, luel liy tins
company ihnl their supply of i.tittiial
Kiis would Im; ahut oil' Tuesday, The rea
son Kiven is that the mills waste ureal
ileal of gas, and whnt they use ci.n lit
sold for domestic purposes at it much
ki-:hi'i.t up RiciiisritATK.M,
A C'oiiKlUernljIe Ii.c-rci.He Over
Tl.al of I8HH.
The rejjist ration books closed Saturday
uijjlit. The total number registered in
the liast Ward was UOO S31! while, uud
.'llis colored. The number in 1M8S was
much smnller, there Ikiiilj a total
then of 7oS lol white, mid Hii7
colored. A. T. Suniniey, registrar
ol the West Ward, is out ol
theeitv and the exact number on his
books could not be ascertained. It is
said to be about l.llio against about
IM M two vears nao.
XOTI I INlfnUA V-IfK' 1 1 KRI-:
iV. P4TTINOX IIHIMis HV.-
I'.KAI. I.IIIKI, til I I'H.
llcliiu; n llemncral and liin.ivent
He Knows) How to ;o al tlie
Work or VlncllcatliiK Hlumvir.
I 1 1 1 1 . A i -: I . I 1 1 1 .K , Pa., Oct. 27. Mr.
Robert U. I'attisou, deinoeratie eandi-
late for (jovernorol I'cnnsylvania. swore
mt a warrant for the arrest yesterday
morniiiK, in proctcdiiiKs foreriniinal liliel,
against the publishers and editors of the
I'hiladclphi.'i 1 1 ii 1 1 lire r and the North
American, of this citv, and the publish
ers and editors id' the lliirrislmru Call,
In these papers there was published
Saturday un article which charged that
governor Patterson had been bribed by
the Vnnderliilts to siuu whui were known
as the "south I'eniisvlvania bills" of
IHKIi: that the uovrruor soiiL'bt out and
retained ex-jude JereiuiahJ. S. Mack to
write n veto inessa;e, and having received
it with the iiiiileistaiiiliiii,' that it
was to Ik1 sent to the legislature,
he ehanucd his itiiud liy next morniiiK,
.ml without notice to luilce lllack ap
proved the bills; and that ud;.e lllaek
lenounceil l.ovcrnor ratttson lor tins
dleued deception and severed all amica
ble relations with him.
The article also chamcd that KIO.oimi
on stock h"s I Kill paid to Co v. I'atlison
and Attorney:! iencrnl (Lewis S. Cassidy
lor siyuiiiL; the bill chni tcrim; the l'itts
hurK national as corporation.
AitviHtiHi' iioakii i:i.i:ci i:i.
Vt'liat llouseket'iirrs l.lH.-wlicre
The llousekeeKis' I'liion met in the Y.
M.C. A. Hall Saturday afternoon. An
idvisory hoard was elected as follow:
Mrs. T. W, lliaiich. Mrs. K. O. Illinu,
Mrs. . I'. Sawyer, Mrs. J. li. Itrown.
Mrs "J. li. I'liiincs ami Miss Chamherlin.
The nu-clillL- ailjoiiriii il In meet .Monday,
Sov. 10, ill ihe Y. M. C. A. hall. The
union is making jj'iod proyn-ss toward
iIviiik the ureal problem.
It inav Ik: of interest to those at work
ill the ni.-Ute, here to know somelbiuu
.I what similar ort;iim.atioiis m New
Vork are doin-;, as reported by the New
Vork Sun. It is lue uiteiition ol one
coniianv there to establish a lei iporary
home lor servants al an en fly date, ami
to make the home aschoolol iiismuiion
When the home is established a short
lecture on plain Iioiim keeping will be
iven each morn. uu alter lireaklast. In
each cirl found lo lie comR-te..t, honest
mil lesiK-clable a certil.cate will Iseiven
by this orKnninlioi. luarinu the seal ol
l lie society, hut the certificate must Ik- re
newed each month to lie of any value.
mil in this way the society will Ik' en
. I ilt. 1 1 to keen truck ol all w ho come tin
ier its jurisdiction.
Another oruauization in New York, the
domestic Service lliireau, provides for
Irawuitf ui cm. tracts Del ween noiise-
kivners and their servants, su that the
rights ol each shall lie protected and the
proK-r relations Ix-lwccii them iindci
siood. The chl must sin an aiiieeim nt
to iKiloiiu all the regular ilonieslie Un
ties iK-ciiliar to her occupation, and the
unstress suns nil i.urteiuciit as lo the
iiiioiiiu of wn'es paid and service cx-
K-tled, all lielore the president.
A KOXANTII' MtKKIAI.i:,
II Taki-H I'lace In Wto, Tex.,nncl
Hie Couple loii.es Here.
The Waco, Texas, Hay K'V-nail nceouut
of a roiuantie marriage of a couple in
that place, the parties to w hicli arc now
livinx in Asheville. Mr. Henry A. esey
mil Miss Mamie li. C.uerm were married
m W aco Miuilay .unui i icioikt i.-. i ne
I lav says:
An iillach.uent was formed Ik t ween
the voi.uk loll.s when Mr. Ycscy lioarded
ii X rs. Cue. in s. I lie lamilv otiieeleii
and Mr. Vesscv niovcd to allot her bonrd-
i.iK house, but it is evident he lell his
heart Ik-IiiiiiI lulu. M-erei eornsponiicnce
was camel Ion and with an occasional
meetitiK all went well while preparations
lor the (jraml eoi;eiai were ih-iiik
made. The voiiiil: lady niovcd her trunk
into the hall "for convenience" several
lavs auo and Sliudav liiuhl It was easy
lor it tube abstracted without theknowl-
i-iIkc of her parents. She and the trunk
disapH'ilied lilioilt 11. o clock lint nolle
ol the lamilv knew it, they all thinking
that she was in her room. At no clock
they were married and at '.' o'clock they
took the northbound Missouri, Kansas
Texas train for Asheville, North Carolina,
where they will reside."
Mr. unci Mrs. Vesey have reached here
and are living on Hast street.
Rl:V. M. I.. AMMOJUH.
t-liamt-ft Willi KIIIHiit J. A. lillmon
Near III waMMetr,
A party of excited men renched Murphy
this morniiiK in search ol one Kev. M. I..
Amnions who is well known throughout
this section as n Baptist divine, Amnions
is wanted to answer the charge of mur
dering I isprr A. liilison near lliwasscc,
(in., on Tuesday night the 2 1 at insiant.
The Ineta me Iniellv these; Gibson
chanced to visit Amnions' house on
Tiioilav about dark and caught Am
nion, w hipping Ilia w ife severely, which
manly act lie is somewiuu iiotcti uir.
(lilison did not remain at Amnions long,
mid soon Amnions' also left the house.
Nothing fnrllierwiis thought of the ill
fnir until next morning when the i.bsence
ol (iibsoti excited attention, Thev insti
tuted search and found him in Amnions'
field eold in death, with n single slab in
hia right side. Iiniiiirv develoK-d the
(act that Amnions also had disaiK-urid,
Mcdiircrl HnleM lo llariiui.i'M.
The Kichmond Si llauville railroad will
sell reduced rate tickets front Asheville
to Siinrtanliiirg on November .'til, on
nceouut of illinium & liailey'. circus
which ihowa there that day, for $,',Htl
for the round trip,
SPRINKLES DID NOT COME,
III-. ItOHH NUT MICICT CAMP
UIOI.I. HATt'RIf A V NIUHT,
mt v. H. I.UHk, or Tills) City, Hep-
rt-Hc-iilM Him He Im Cheered by
Hie Nt-roi--Mr, Crawford Pres..
em, Hut Dues Not Sneak.
There was a large crowd nt the court
house Saturday night to hear the joint
discussion between . M, Campbell and
W. T. Sprinkles, the opposing candidates
for the state senate. Mr. Campbell was
present ill time, but Mr. Sprinkles, the re
publican, failed to show himself at all
llis place was tilled by V. S. I.usk. The
audience was enthusiastically demo
cralic, with the exception ot a large num
ber of negroes on the south side of the
Mr. Campbell made the first Ssx'eh ol
the evening, lie begun his talk by telling
of the ditliculiy with which he had met
in trying to get Mr. Sprinkles to meet
him on the rtiinip in Madison county.
He said that his opponent had promised
to meet him at tl liferent places, but had
failed to do so, Mr. Campbell said that
Hie reason Mr. Sprinkles would not meet
him was because he (Sprinkles) was
chairman of the Madison county execu
tive committee and secretary of the coun
ty bi rulers' alliance, and that he was n
traitor to both organizations. He
charged that he had called the county
convention this year one or two months
earlier than usual, for the purHise ot
forestalling the alliance who he knew
would make demands lor representation
on the ticket. He also charged that
Sprinkles hail worked More the republi
can parly and the alliance for the nomi
nation lor clerk ol tliesuiK-riorcourt, but
had been beaten. He called him n politi
cal coward who would not meet him on
the stump to discuss these issues. He
said thai when he was in one county
SK-akiug, Mr. Sprinkles was skulking in
the hustles ot tlie oilier countv.
Mr. Campbell said : "I told him yes
terday that I would Ik- here to-nignt and
o lie red to pay his vxiensis it lie would
come. He is not here. He has not got
the manhood to say whether he is a re
publican or an alliance man mid you
know there is a great ditlcrci.ee.
"I have another charge against this
man, and 1 Iioik- it is not true. It ia said
by many republicans that when the tencc
law was in (iK-ratiou Sprinkles said that
a poor white man or a negro should not
le allowed lo vote unless he was worth
I am without an opponent to-night.
but w ill discuss the issues of the day. I
stand on the platl.irm of the democratic
tinrlv, the farmers' alliance mid the
nights of labor. Sprinkles has refused
to sign the alliance 'cdges and 1 say that
he eaiuioi conscientiously sk'n them be
cause he is opposed tu the principles con
tain! ii iti tlicin.
Willi relcreucc to the state election law
w hit h hes.-iid l.iisl. wonidtalk about. Mi.
Mr.i'nuipl .lls.iid that I' e only cause the
republicans had tor complaint nlHitit it
was thai it forced a man to tell where he
came Irmu when he registered.
He asked Mr. I.usk il he was a republi
can in IMis and lMl'.l and the latter re
plied that he was. Mr. Campbell then
told that Mr. liw.irt had said in his
Force bill sK'eeh that the republicans ol
Isiis and Isil'.l were a set ol cut throats,
thieves and scoundrels und asked Mr.
I.usk if he would vote lor the man that
spoke of him that way. Mr. I.usk, ot
course, replied that he would vole lor
M. . CamplH'll said that the man who
declined to sign the alliance demands and
voted lor the .MeKiiiley lull was not the
friend of the tanner. He said that pro
tection was helping the rich and hurting
the poor and asked .1 there was ever
such oppression and rascality. Cries ot
Never, Never, was the response re
He spoke of the republican party as
having once Isren reswclnblc, out said
that it is now a sectional party.
Alter Mr. CumplH-ll concluded there
were loud cries lor I.usk from the negro
side of the house. He started off in his
sK'cch by announcing that he was
"about as big a man as Jack Cnniplxdl."
He said he was present at the solicita
tion of Mr. Sprinkles and said he was
authorized by him to slate that he had
never made the remark that the poor
white men ami negroes should not vote
unless thev were worth $".0ii, The
speaker said that Mr. Sprinkles wus nil
nlliaucc man; ami when he made the pre
diction thai he would be elected
the negroes eluered vocileroiisly. Mr.
I.usk ventured lite astonishing assertion
that a "tanll is not a tax and said he
would snow that some articles were
die -K-r under protection than thev were
under tree trade. As a forcible example
he took railroad iron. When lie
announced this, some one in
the audience asked him about
common window glass, but of course Mr.
I.usk did not hear this. He also took
Ih-iI blankets and said they were cheaier
under a protective tariff and that the
men who made them were paid more
now than thev were under tree trade, lie
was asked il l he man w ho made them
did not do a urea t ileal more in n day
now, because ol the improvements in the
machinery than in lsuti, liut replied thnt
"a man only works a day anyway,
Alter saving that these articles were
ehcaiKT, Mr. I.usk very blandly re
marked that "this knocked the the-
Iheorv of protect ion and free trade skv
high. Mr. I.usk made an attack on the
stale government for appropriating
much money" for the stale guard, which
organization he held up its it subject for
ridicule, lie talked for some time about
the stale election law and deplored the
fact that "every man's lilierty is placed
al the disposal ol one tnun (the rcg
Alter Mr. I.usk closed, Mr. W. T. Craw
lord, who had entered the room was
culled on with rousing cheers. He said
he would not sis-ak, hut said that the
republican parly was preparing for death
al the election, Mr. Crawford'. presence
caused the crowd to give long mid loud
cheers alter the two sticnkcrs were
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