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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI.NO. 150.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LL1N VI LLE.1
A place planned and devel
oping tut u
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulnens and beauty of
An elevation of :i,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tnste and skill, with well
jiiuded roadH and extensive
A desirable plnee for tine
A good opportunity for
protttable investments. For
HhiHtruted pamphlet, ad
dress,! 1INVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LliiTllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
Pull Mock Ladle..
MImm' ud Children"
Wrap In the lalrat at vie.
Alw fall and complete
Llae of rndcrwear.
joSouth MlM Street.jo
3il H. MAIN T.. AHHKVILLU,
i. tm rt-scs POII
BOOKS,-STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
waits Own,' w. W. Wt.
GWYN & WEST,
IlKnMM to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at 8
Irtotar Pabllc. Comlaloer ol Deeds.
4rFICtt-oatkaa Caart aajaara.
USTTO THE HURRYING FEET I
Irt the llaadraria who are coming to AbIuHi.
lo prd the Hall aad Winter.
All tlwac who have hoae to rent ahould
call oa a at one a wt have many applies
tin, for both raralahed and unhirnlahed
hoaeee, which we are at prcarnt analile to
JENKS JEN KS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room A 10, McAfee Block.,
A ration Are.. Aahertlle. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford aava that II (). Kwm-t
told him that he heard Jim Oudifcr any thnt
Hob Vance told him that Kopt Bllua heard
that there waa no doubt 'hat W. W Kollina
aid thnt Tom Johnaton thought that Hob
Form an had told Sitting Hull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J H. Courtney that It
waa generally believed that Dan Kcymilila
hud aald in plalnterma that he heard Ju.li
W'irley aay that hla friend John I.. aulllvun
had auld that Bill Dcavir informed him at
the congressional convention in llila city Hint
It waa a well know n fnct that the ilousc-
krciera' Union had cnuuht Cm Clini.-mnn In
saying that in hi. opinion It whh n mutter of
fuel and of (treat public inlcrcat thut J. J.
Mackey intimated to Jca Lowrv thnt Hill
Nye had auld while attending the county i-on-vention
laat Haturday that anyone caught
reading thia ahull repair at once to the atore
of A. U. COUPKK, North Court Riuure, and
Inapect hia mammoth stock of all kiiula of
Oroceriea, Proviaiona, Htc. where arrange
nienta have been made to fumitth you all
kinde of Staple and Punt-y t;roceriv of the
Heat Quality at the Lowcat Prlcra.
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is all in, and it com
plete. This stock was bought
so that we can sell it lit our
old prices. All goods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. (itb
will be from 10 cts. to 50 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
DreHs Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps and (Mass ware.
We enn fit out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for the grandfather,
from n marriage toa 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 t rouble
to come to our store and
lean) our prices before you
buy, and it often nmountsto
a big saving in money. Coun
try jieople 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 Blunkets. If we do not
sell them us good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville they can buy
elsewhere, only lie sure to
come to our store before you
buy, and remember the place,
Real Estate Hrokera,
And Investment Agents.
Loana ee-urely placed at percent.
U k 91 Patton Avenue Itccond floor.
( Formerly of Lyman A Child I.
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage HuiImm
Loana .ecu rely placed at S ran- cent.
pKIVATB BOA Ml.
Lara cool, airy rooma, hnnar newly fur.
nl-hedi good table. Terme reaeonable. On
atreet ear line. L, MAT1IHB,
JnlytadAn " Pattoe Ave.
fNBBPABHUNB TAKB NOTICK.
All pereona are notified thnt all lands be
longing to the Weet A.hrvllle Impro.rniriit
Company and M. . Carrier. In the vie mty of
the Sulphur Spring and Weal Aah,iii,, nr.
poaled, I AKKlalll.
(Jo to Cu mui-huel'M Drug
Store with your )resci'iption
where you will at all times
find u 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 u
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,
Atihevine, - N. C.
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 anil fashion
able styles at bottom figures,
the important advance in
i trices which has occurred
since the purchase making
the goods secially cheap.
As we shall have to pay
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral won hi seem
to be: Buy early sii' h articles
as you expect to , use this sea
soli. II. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
stery (Joods, Hats,
Carpets and Gener
al Small wares.
7 & 9 PATTON AY IS.
la our motto, and we know the people up
predate It, for they have proven II bv thilr
liberal patronnnc. We think thai we are
better piepuml now than ever liefnir to give
oar cuatorncra thr lienclll of low prlcea in
Our Inritc esnrrlrncr anil Incrrn.lna bul.
neaajuatify nain muklnti thl atnleinent. II
laneeillcaa for ua to enumerate the dlllerent
nrtlclce we enrry. We aell the
Andean alwayagunrnnlre Ihrm to Klvr .nll.
faction both In
QUALITY - AND - PRICE.
Our fadlltlce for delivering koiI. promptly
rowiiLL 9l snii:k,
WHOl.KMALU AND RBTAIL UKIK'ltNIt,
Cor. I'atton Avenue and Main Btreet.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
lvX-(iOV. PATTIMON'N I.IIIKI.
HE EVIDENTLY MEANS BUSINESS
FROM THE START.
llAHKism-KG, Pu Oct. 1!S. Warrants
in the lilH'l suit nl cx-Oovcrnor I'altison
af'.iiit W. K. Jcirdati, iroirii tor, mid
J. MiClotirin, editor ol'tlic Morning Call
oi tnmcitv, were kit-cm I'ns niormni; v
a vonatulilc trnm I'lnlailclphia. Until ilt
icnilants waived lit-aring and gave liail
in t lie sum ol li00, cnch tor their ni
(warancc at tlic inarlvr sessions of court
in i-ininticipniu. t.oi. . r, smull Itir
At the licaiinL' vestcrdnv licfore Mauis-
l rate O'Brien in the criminnl lilicl case nl
ex-Ciovernor Kulwrl K. I'utlisou. Chas
H. Ileustiss, cilitor of the Iuiiiii cr, was
tne oniy one ol tin- (Iclcnilaiits pivsenl
At tliecouclnsion of the tcstiinnnv of
Icred imainst llncstiss. the iiwiuistratc-
lu lil him in $."U(l. The counsel li.r Ileus-
lisannd hlverson consented that lliccvi.
dence olTcred against the former should
also be consider. (1 as liavinj. In en ollered
auamat blvcrson. clesmte Ins a isenec
and vnuacmicntlv hail to SI fioo wna In.
lushed lor his aDiKaratice at court. Ex.
1'ioveriior I'utlisou, ex-statc senator
udKJ. O. (.onion, and Win. S. Stenucr,
ex-secretary ol state, swore that everv
inicgauon uudiisucii in tne urtieie com-
plained ol was lalse.
WILLIAM TO von noi.TKi:.
A Man Willi no Ueeord ralNc-H u
Hkklin, Oct. S8. Kmiicroi William, in
addrosini; Kciiernl field marshal, Count
Moltki'itt a hi-iino, "'' l'R
ccrs yesterday, said :
I thank vou in the nnnicol those who
longlit toethtr with you, for all you
nave none loriuv house ami tlicjjrenttios
n tne lallicrlauil. I i-rcet vou as a leader
who hasviviiud in tile a'riuv a sinrit ol
iiivineililemss. The pivsi ncc ol the King
ol Saxony on tins occasion recalls the
iiuie when lie and von louglit lor (enna-
ny's Kieatucss. All here Icel gratitude to
the chicl who has not Ih'cii coulciil to
tuud alone in Ins greatness. Inn who has
Urn active in forming a si hool I. r ni niv
leaders for all time lo conic,"
HI KC II A I.I.'K M IT ii I It.
Aiotlilntt to Nave Ili-r Hoy From
Ottawa, Out., Oct. 2K. eal.le dis
patch Iron, Sir CliailesTupiK'i aiiuouiiiT-
ilte lact that he has forwarded the pclr
lion lor the conirnmiili.ui ol llic li.it 1 .
sentence of llirchall, the murderer ol I'.
C. Ilenwcll. The petition was got up in
r.ngiuiKi nv the laiuilv ol tne eondeiuucil
man. In rcsixmse to an impiiiv Irmn
Mrs. llirchall, di putv . Minister ol lusiiei
Seilgwick ha written to her thai tin
Cumuli,. ii petition may be picMiilid us
late as .Nov. ft, mid bv lu-iscll it she o
KII.I.IUI II V Till-: l.tMH,
A l.ovoiiiotlve Ki.na Into n I'urtv
Sn.i ii.xvii.i.i;. Ohio, (let. Cast
hound No, 0, a Panhandle passenger
train, ran into live iM-rsou wnll.ing on
the track inidwav IkIwitii here ami
Mingo at 0 o'clock last evening. Mi s.
Hlmlmnk wax killed iustiiuilv. Mrs.
Murv Wild was hurt internally and will
lie, and Josliim Wind had his back bro
wiiitYc on uiti.i;.
Thrcr Weeks Karllrr Tlii.n I suiil
Ih ll miiow.
Knoxvii.i.k, Tenn., Oct. -'S. KejHirts
received here show that n considerable
titmntity of snuvv fell in the moiuitaius
last night. Two to lour inchi are re
purled at Cr inls n v. This is alsmt two
or three weeks eatlicr than iimi.iI I'm
snow in the mountaiiia. In some places
i uc snow lias lulleii on green leaves.
im ii iiivKuir
l.AWMKNCK, Mass., Oct. ls. Lawrence
has, under its xdl tnx law, u registra
tion controversy ol general interest Ik-
cnuse the (pieslion involved applies to
every eitv ill Massachusetts. It serins
thnt the poll ta.es ol several hundred
ticrsnns have been paid from a fund de
IMisited with the city treasurer bv the
demorratic local managers. The repub
licans claim thnt them- mimes have nil
licen placed on the list illigidlv under t In
state constitution and will curry the
matter to the courts.
io,iwo I Ire-.
Cincinnati, 0., Oct. as. A lire in the
George Wciihiuan l.icwing cotnpiiuv'a
cstnblishinent in rwrt, Ky., Inst
night destroyed a large wurehouae
containing liill.tiiHiliiishels ol barley and
limit. The loss is estimated ul $100,11(10 ;
Inllour In Irflaud.
IH in. in, Oct. I'm. The 1'n.cninn's Jour
nal says: "llallout has IstiI received ev-
ervwheie w-iihout dnuonstrntions either
hostile or fricudlv, He must nut mistake
civility lor s-rititv or like his iiredecrn-
aorn, fit w ill 1 1 .1 1 1 Hint he has Imilt hi
hoH-s im sand.
Trouble In Mwlir.erlMiift.
IIlhsk, lk-l. as. The tnuililes between
the liliernls and conservalivel in the can
ton ol'Ticiuo have broken out afresh and
further disorders have occurred. Another
b.ittalinii ol troops has been dispatched
tn the Clinton lo assist in restoring order.
The frliiiliiiil Court.
In the criminal court yesterday after
noon the case of Monroe Haiiinganicr
mid Jos. Siidderlli, lor an an ray nt tne
Glen Keck hotel wnscrit'ul. Ilmuiigiirncr
uhmitted nnd was fined s 13. Siidderth
was round guiltv and was I, 'ed $1.1,
I ..I. I ...l.ilM HI..I .l
jom-pii i'iiiipoiii ,,i. o ,i, .,,iiiv,,
colored, lor nn nllrav went i und not
This niornlnif t-c Alexnnder wiis'nund
ginllv of an nlliiiy uud was lined 1 3 .-nd
The court linviuK ilisposril ol nil the
eases nn the docket ready for trial nil
Jotirneil nt 10.40 tint it '1 o'clock to await
action of the grand jury.
WORDS iC I'MAISIv,
I'ranU Louiclirn", Iroprletur of
the Hickory I nil I lie Recipient
Mr. Frank Loutrhrun has puivlinscd
the Hickory Inn, paying about $;13,00(I
The Hotel G.izctU', published ill New
York, and one of the best hotel publica
tions, has the following to say uboulMr.
Loughrun nnd the Inn:
'.Mr. Frank Loughrnn's success as
proprietor of the Hickory Inn, Hickory,
X. C, is pleasant and inspiring to con
template. To succeed where others have
failed is a sure test of ability, nnd this is
Mr. I.oughi nil's position. He is now
owner ns well as proprietor of the Hick
ory Inn, and liroposes to enlarge und
improve it nnd gi calls- increase ilsiu
tructivencss. Hickorv is an all the vi-ar
round resort, with potent attractions lor
every season, I he summer just closed
lias been the most sucecssliil in the his
lorv of the resort. Now conus the shoot
ing season, In-ginning October lo, and
the Gi.zclle knows ihe region nnnie-
diately ndpuvnt to Hickorv cannot be
excelled foripiail u fact which hundreds
ol norincrn sportsmen will venly. .Mr.
Asa S. Loomis, lornicrly of the (lattery
I 'ark hotel, Asheville, N. C , and more
recently manager ol The Middlcsbor-
ough, Miihllcsliorouuh, k has now
lull charge "I thi olinc at Hickory Inn."
KX.(iOV, T. J. JAKVH,
lie Hpcnks In AHlietllle 'I'o-iuor-
Ex-Goveinor Thos. J. Jarvis SH-aks in
Asheville to-morrow night.
Gov. Jarvis will iiriivc here Irom Ral
eigh oil the train from llic cast at 7:
o'clock to-morrow inorniiig. He will go
in Mcmlcrsouville by the U: 15 train and
will SH.'ak there to-morrow. At night he
will rciurii on the T o'clock train and
will speak nl thccouil houtt-nt Sn'clock.
Every Ulan in Asheville should hear
this son of democracy lie will m.ihc u
forcible and ringing spmh.
Ilia appoint meals imi ilicast ol Asiie-
villeare.'is follows: IHirnsville, l-'iidav.
OctolxT 31 ; Mars Hill, Saturd y, Nu-
Huh He at I.uhI Mkiii iI Hie Alll-
Alter tlcclni ing that i.ever. ik vci - would
lie sign the iilliainc dciiianils Kuan has
il last done so. Al hast it is sorrporlcd.
A prominent republican, it is said.
lias in his posssi.n ti.e demands
lgned "II. G. Kuau," and il seems
likely that the mail of nil others de
clared by n proiiiiiK-m nllintKC olliccr to
in-out ol SMiip.-iiliy unit llic alliance
movement ha- slu'litied hiniseh' and es
tablished an excrlaMitf..' rcpitatiuu o
iii .t knowing Ills own mind.
'in,-: riNi. iii:.si i.t.
AMlievlllc Has) .f7 Kt-Klxlerccl
The registration books in the west
ward showed 1.IH7 names at the final
close of registration Saturday night. Ol
these SSli were of while voters nnd as I
if colored. The total in Is. wns
;l."i7. SS while uud ami Col
reij. The total registration in the
two wards thisvear is and 71 Us whin
mil lii'J colored. The total numlsr in
w.-it 1,704 ll.'l'.l whins and rii.i
colored. This year'sregislralion shows a
marked increase m the iiopulnlioii ol
llltlfll lV H Mild ItflK.
(In l"riday Inst little Corn Alice, the
light-year-old daughter of Ii. I.. Iluuui-
cut, ol .Mars inn, was li.ullv bitten by a
dog IH-Iievcd to be mail. Her falliei
is unable to ilclrav her tXK."tsc to .New
nrk to Ik-treated in tne I'aslcnr Imspi-
t nl mill asks liir n-sistnncc. The facts in
i lie case nre ccrtilin! to bv T. M. Hut
ham, principal ol Mars Hill high athonl,
and by Lalnvrite Wliiiiiuutou, M. i
ol the same pine. The child, with her
lather, is now nl the Carolina house.
AI I AIHS Ol' COSSElJI EXCE.
Then' wns aslighl lallol snow through
out Kngland Sunday.
An Italian I'ast Africa rnuiiuiuv hus
Iwen formed with n capilaliil4,ooll,(illo
giiaiaulccd by the govcrnnicnl .
Troubles have arisen N't wen lliisvh,
the Anierican mimsteral Coiislanlmoplc.
uud the I'orte, ovei the iiuiust uin-si ol
an American sub.irct onuspicionol Ising
unplicalrd in the Armenian revolution.
Germanv has mude renewed efforts to
obtain concerted action by the l-airoiH-uii
pow-rs aguii.sl the new I tiilcil Mates
tariff bill, but her overtures in this direc
tion have la-en coldly received bv the
I'rcueli govcrnnii nt.
New York cilv Im.i this year ai.'i.llU
Mr. Hlaine will siK-ak in rhil.idelpliin
next Saturday niglit.
Alderman Win. I'. Wlicliiii.of Chicngo,
wns shot and mortally wounded Sunday
by Geo. II. Ilathwny, n gambler.
The printing presses were running nil
Sunday in .vw tors to supply me necessa
ry ollicial ballot for the coining election
A small blind of Aruouii Apache Indians
is tcrroi ixuig seltler. along the Annum
New Mexico line. Ti ns lar lour ih,toii
have Isreil murilereil hy the gnng.
The Hudson showed yeslerdiiy at Kim
limit. N, Y the higlnsl tide in tony
vcnrs. The biickymds sullered eiior
inoiisly, millions ol briik Uing lost.
It is understood thai Mr, Mizner, min
ister lo Central America, has received
Irom Secretary llhiin, assurances of the
approval ol tlic president ol his conduit
in the Hiirruiidiu case, and bus been fully
justilied in the course he pursued.
The statement of Sccn-tni-v Nester, id
the New Orleans cot I on cM-hange, show s
that the imprccc liutrd uiitoiiul ol 4o."i.
p.'," bales ol cotton was brought into
sight during Insl week, curtyiug the to.
till market lor the season past ihea.ntiii,.
The New York Herald eluirges thnt of
the J.",(I0(),iii ill contributed to the Johns
town, I'll.. Hiii il siillen-is, the nlllictcd
itcnple were prrmiltcd to mvive but
ja,aa3.N37 In money, The remaining
sum ol $ l,4:iM,7"0.77 was viinotislv nl
iciiated in passing from the donor to
the Intended beucliciaric, the llcriild
GUDGER AND DEM ENS.
THKV SI'lvtK AT THI'I COI'RT
A Uood Crowd In Atleilduiice Mr,
UudKer nukes a Hlrouic aud ICIo-
uueiit Hiecch-Mul. Rolllnn Not
There was a large crowd at the court
house lasl night, to hear the joint discus
sion between I loii. II. A. Gudger and
Messrs. W. W. Rollins und I', A. Dcmens
As usu.-'l the republican side of the house
was tilled for the most part with negroes.
Mr. Gudger, who had the right of first
appointment, spoke first. He made an
excellent talk und was enthusiastically
and repeatedly cheered.
VICTORY l-OK Till! 1IKMOCKATS.
Mr. Gudger iK-gan by saying that he
had recently been in u large number of
the counties of llic state and that he had
never seen the democratic party in better
trim than il now is. He predicted that
this, the Ninth congressional district,
which he said had so long liccn misrep
resented, would be carried by n majority
of a. IHIil if noi 2, olll) democratic votes,
and that the iR-ople would no longer
have any cans for shame in alluding to
their representation in congress.
Mr. Gudger rclcrred to the broken
promises of the republican party and said
it hud broken every pledge made since its
conception. I wo years ago, he laid,
I'rtlchard and l-.wurt depicted the bene
fits of the Hlnir bill and promised that il
the republican party were to succeed it
would puss and school houses would be
erected on every hill and schools lie taught
in the whole country. Yet, they hud the
presidency, the senate uud the house ol
representatives, absolute control, and
have tailed to carry out the promise. This
is oulv one of many liiiliiri-n.'
Mr. Gudger also ssike of the internal
ti'M-uuc law, winch he said Mr. r.wart
had promised, il elected and the republi
cms had a majority, to repeal. This he
said liiul not Ik en done. " 1 here il nut
o:ie promise- w Inch they have redeemed."
intinueil the siK-akcr. "that is tne
me to reduce the surplus. They found
millions aud millions ol money in the
treasury and cannot show where it has
Itllllll.KY AMI COMKI'PTION,
As lo the stale politics, Mr. Gudger
spoke of the only lime in which the repub
licans have hud control of the state,
l MiHaud I Mill, nnd said that in those
lavs Hand was rampant und thut bri-
Iktv and corruption were u part nnd
parcel ol the government. He spoke
it llic luxes gaincred in those
lavs li.r the pip pose of estab
lishing schools and said that the
publican legisl nors had put then
hands into the treasury und stole the
money. He then spoke of the dill'crcnce
in the record ol the democratic party.
This party, when il came inU iKiwcr, he
said, loiiud the walls of a IKtntentiary
just started uud the democratic legisla
ture took il in nanus anil it is now on
such a looting thai il costs the stale no
money to support it, whereas Ikioi-c it
cost Moo, uuii jierycar.
Tin-: I'oitci: mix.
Mr. Gudger said the republicans had
two purposes in passing the force hill.
Hue is to e.irry the country republican
and the other to humiliate the south.
As his reason lor saving that it was to
carry tin country republican, Mr. Gudger
said thai Juiicc lloud, w ho is hated iti
the state, had llic power to appoint
some despised revenue olliccrs to silKT-
vise tliccliviioiis iii llic suite, necullcu
on the ieople Id rebuke such a party.
1 he sK-uker said lie wns in lavor ol the
present county government because it
n-us Ihe plan insulated bv the lorctiith-
He spoke of the enormous amount ol
money paid out by llic republican party
lor H'usiims. He said he was not oii-
hisciI lo all wounded soldiers Having
IKiisions but Hint he wa against lo
many who did not need the money hav
ing tin in.
KliAsONS I OK Ill.lMi A UI MOIHAT.
As one of his reasons fur Uing a demo
crat Mr. Gudger said that the democratic
party pays $30 in taxes where the repub
lican purly ns $1 in the slate ol North
Carolina. " I lie dciuocruiic party," he
said, "has miiguaiiimily enough to help
educate tlic children ol the colored race,
even though the republican party did not
want to ilo il. We itl uca te them oil ol
our own money, lor we have only taxed
the republican pait,' one dollar in titty.
Another reason lor iK-iiig u democrat is
that I have seen 1 lo.ooo colored voter
go to the polls every stale election mid
vote tin repiililieau liekct mid then have
men the ibmociuts build institution
ami go out and bung in the colored dent,
dumb uud blind and Iced nudclolhe I hi in
at the cnihiisc ol the parly, The demo
crats built an insane asylum lor them
also. I have hundreds ol other reasons
lor iH-iug a demiKiat."
Mr. Gudger said that next to the
cliuii h the democratic parly I the great
est tiig.im.ilioii in the win Id.
Winn he spoke ol Grover Cleveland m
tic next president, the hull was filled
ith long aud loud cheer. In closing
Mr. I'fUilger ptvdicle I a majority in Ashe
ville ol olio il democrals do their ilulv
UK. PIIMI.SS' TALK.
Mr. Iicmeim spoke next. He said he
had listened with great attention to Mr.
Guilgcr' remark and spoke ol them ns
very tlowery but actually declared there
wire "no tact or muumeiit in them
He said Ihnl no great country like Amer
ica can Ik covirncil without two Politi
cal pui lit sand the ipicsiioil il "which is
Mr. 1 Hindi cmlcnvorcd lo show that
the demiHralic party was not as gondii
the republican i.ntv Ik cause the lornier
had "laiiid to bud urn thing w rong with
the books ol the nation when ill power
He declared that thciletnocriitic platform
I was "ns einniv mm llowerv a Mr.
I Cadger's sikccIi." Ill closing Mr. I emeus
vcniuiid tlic usscrlioii thnt there were
' more lucts nnd arguments itl Iri iiiccch,
! which was short, than itl Mr. Gudger'.
Maj. Kollins wa not piescat nnd hi
Place wns was not Idled.
Alter Mr. I H-men concluded Mr. Q, 8.
l-'crguson, ol Wiiyncsville, wn culled on.
lie gave glowing nporlsof the condition
ol ilcmocnicv in the west. Mr. J. M
Gudger w as also called on and in a short
talk urged democrat to work from now
till Novettila-r 4,
A New Waler Way.
I'l.oHi Ncit, Aln., Get, 28. The govern
ment leaincr Wcllicl nued the city
Yesterday, having come through the
Mussel Shoal Canal Iroiu Chattuuoog
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