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VOLUME VI. NO. 196.
ASHEVILLE, NT. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1890.
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While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as Japanese Crumb Trays,
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Sets, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and Dust
Brushes, Ac. We would like
you to see them. We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at very low rio-
ubks to make room for other
goods more in .our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
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ine our large stock a mas
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quet and Piano Lamps, fine
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n conclusion, our stock ex
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rockery, Lamps, House Purnlnhlnna.
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of Holiday Goods. The like
has never before been on ex
hibition in Asheville. Quali
ty par excellence the best.
Assortment large and va-
ried.-T. C. SMITH & CO.,
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TO BUY DR. KOCH'S LYMPH
POkl THAT IN
II to Also Pwpwad lo any the
Farinnht If It ta tor Bale-Tba
iaock PTir rood Bill.
Wahhinoton, Dec, 20. in the aennu
to-dny Mr. Sawyer aiked unauimoui
conarnt for fixing an early day in Jan
uary for cunaideration of the postal tele
graph bill. Mr. Walcott objected.
Mr. InKiilla, at bia own miueat, waa
given two week leave of absence.
Mr. Piatt introduced a joint resolution
appropriating HI 00,000 to enable the
president to take action to obtain from
the German government a supply of the
remedy discovered by Or. Koch and the
formula for the manufacture of the same.
The morning hour having expired, the
presiding officer laid before the senate
the election hill, Mr Pnddock gave no
tice that, after consideration of the pend
ing bill (and before it should be conclu
ded if debate on it was.to be protracted
to any great extent) he would ask the
senate to take np bis pure food bill which
was demanded by the farmers from one
end or the country to the other.
The United States senate pussed a bill
to terminntc the reduction in numbers of
the engineer corps of the navy.
The election bill was further disenssed
by Senators Coke and Bate in opposi
tion, and by Senator Cullom in favor.
Republican Senators give different ac
counts of their caucus Wednesday night
and it is not believed any solid aareement
as to the financial propositions or the
lorce Dill was reached.
The bouse, after considerable skirmish
ing, took np the bill to place the Ameri
can marine engaged In foreign trade on
eauality with that of other nations, and
Mr. Parquhnr, of New York, spoke in
favor of the bill.
THE WAR ABOUT OVER.
HTTINO BULL DEATH DR.
MKKyKS TUB INDIAN).
Ward Tkutl Tfcey WHI Coast Im
Met Farther Eaffaaja-sncata a
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 20. The
Journal's South Dakota special says:
General Miles has received drier
from General Brooke that 500 friendly
Indians left Pine Ridge yesterday to at
tempt to bring in the hostile.
Dispatches from Lieutenant Cold rum,
at Port Yates, announce that the Indian
there are quiet. Thirty-nine of 8itting
Bull s Indian wnoleittneagency nonnay
have sent in word tkat they will return.
Carr has thrown out a cavalry force to
intercept a band now reported moving
across the reservation to the Bad Land.
If the force foils to intercept them they
will be pursued and arrested.
Gen. Miles savs no advance will be
made until the result of the Pine Hidee
embassy is known. Big foot and Hump
have surrendered, and returned to tnc
agency. No Indiana except tnc band
mentioned are now going to tbe hostilcs
and the cordon is constantly tightening.
No further engagements are reported
from the lower ranches. The govern
ment herd has been located at Alkali
creek and a force of twenty men leave
Here to-day to round It an. i wo com-
nwa ot tnel7tn intantry from rort
uracil are exDccted here thm afternoon
and will st once follow the forty-five
Cheyenne scout from Pine Ridge who
started for Cbeyenae this morning. Tbe
available force along tbs Cheyenne under
Gen. Carr is about 1,000.
HON. KOPB EUAa.
Ho Flllocl a IMfBXmll
The dignity, grace and ability with
which tbe president of the Southern Inter
state immigration convention filled bis
seat and discharged tbe duties of bis po
sition won universal encomium aad illus
trated the wisdom of the choice of such a
presiding officer. It happened on Priduy
afternoon that Mr. Bryan, the president
aforesaid, rose to bis feet to make a per
sonal explanation; and ne called upon
Mr. Kouc Elias of tbe North Carolina
delegation to take the chair. It was
at once area that Mr. Eli was
equal to tbe occasion. A rady self-
possession, an apt lamlliarity
parliamentary rules, a ready utter
ance, a loud distinct voice, together
with dignmed bearing proved mm a nne
presiding officer; and North Carolina
was proud that it could present a a
temporary president, one equal in every
respect to the gentleman who through
the laborious and trvinsr session of the
convention bad won such universal ap
proval as a gentleman and parliaments'
A TMBlo la Idaho That May
Bona City, Idaho, Dee. 20. Tbs re
port is current here that the election of
Fred. T. Duboise to be Third United
States senator, will be contested when
tbe time arrives for him to take bia seat.
Hi ODOonent silent that his election
la vuid on tbe around that uch proceed
ure was in violation of tbe resolutions of
the bouse snd senate: that they "proceed
to the election of United State senator
to fill the cxiating vacancies," sud that
ratlnir lor lb third senator to fill the
long term is illegal and not in accordance
with the united states statutes, .
Governor 8houp, of Idaho, just elected
United States senator, has lesioned and
Lieutenant Governor Wiley was sworn
In ss governor.
A Mlaelaelp.pt Jaws Ca
Nashvillb, Tens., Dec. 20. It will be
remembtred that some time ago U, R. C
Poster, sn attorney of Hernando, Miss.,
shot and killed another attorney. C. R.
Bryce, owing to domestic troubles is
which the name of Poster's wih waa Im
plicated. After thoroughly Investigating
the case the jury declined to return as in
dictment against Poster oa tbs ground
that hs acted the part of a "sensible aad
aaa man. who vindicate the law sad
acted is accordance with the sratiatnts
ol every honorable, brays, tnre, nobis
BVBNED TO DBA TBI.
A Child's Clotklstsj Ab' aaa Without
Aajr Oa to Qaaswh ths Flro.
About 10 o'clock this morning the ten
months old child of W. P. Kilpatrick
who lives on tbe corner ot Silver and
Blanton street was la tolly burned, by its
clothing accidentally catching on fire,
when no one was in the room except a
child three years old.
Mrs. Kilpatrick left the infant with
its three year old brother in a room in
tbe bouse in which tber lived and went
across tnc street to a neignnor's nouse.
While she wss ont the child's clothinc
caught fire and its screams attracted its
aunt, another Mrs. Kilpatrick who waa
in the yard. She went in and extinguished
tbe flames bnt not until tbe victim had
been fatally burned.
Dr. L. B. McBrayer was sent for and
did all in his power to alleviate the little
suficrer, but about two o'clock this after
noon, after having undergone feartul ag
ony, the child died.
W. P. Kilpatrick. its father, to a car
penter by trade.
THREATENED WITH DEATH
mTHIKIMS MIKBHa MOOT AT
AaOsittmsTO 1st Alabama-oaaar.
root fda-aaiaillotetlCroaa Booa
Kotloao OBI oars on Gaard.
Nashville, Tenn., Deei 20. At the
Coalburg mines, near Birmingham, Ala.,
yesterday a number of striking miners
signed an agreement with the mine
workers' union and returned to work.
Last night a party of them were en
gaged in cleaning ont the opening of the
slope when they were fired on by parties
Later Jim Galvin, a striker, was ar
rested and jailed, charged whh the shoot
ing. Written notices were found posted all
about the Coalburg mines, warning all
striking mii.er not to return to work
under penalty ol death. The notices were
ornamented with skulls and cross bones.
Toe comnnnv has officer guarding the
men wno returned to work.
THB CONCORDIA BOCIKTV.
It la MeMM-aramlx! Par tha Wlatcr
and O Accra ara Klactad.
The Concordia musical society held its
first meeting last night for practice for
tbe chorus, which has been formed from
its members. The society hss been or-
ganited this year on a different basis,
only active members, tbote who belong
to tbe chorus, or who will take part in
the programs, or act oa committees be
ing eligible. Monthly muskale will be
held as last year, ana weexiy pntciKca m
the chora. Miss Champion at a pre
vious meeting was unanimously elected
nreaident and Mr. H. D. Child secretary
and treasurer. Tbe memberahip already
numbers aboot fifty, and thirty of the
chorus were present last night for practice.
Under Dr. C. A. Garrett's efficient training
the excellent material already in the
chorus, should do good work and already
gives promise ol most satisisctory results.
It ia oronoaed to five one or more con
certs in the spring, so that tbe pnblic
s Al - il . I u.l:Hm, iksM
maw navtm rns unv issrai c ui iscssi iuk r .
All desiring to join should send their
names to the secretary, who will present
them to the membership committee. The
foe is two dollars and each member is
allowed an extra admission to the
monthly musicals. Tbe meetings are
Held ia the V. At. v. a. lecture nau.
Fer tha aestetlt el the Mfaalea
Invitation have been Issued for s
Christmas ball, to be gives at tbe Bat
tery Park hotel, Tuesday evening Dec.
23. for tbe benefit of the mission kinder
garten. This promises to be a moat en
joyable social affair. No pains will be
spared oy tnc management w raaac nan
Tbe patronesses are Mrs. mo. w.
Park. Mra. Chaa. McNamec. Mrs. Otho
Williama Bndd. Mrs. W. Rids lev Pcnni-
man, Mrs. 8. W. Hattle, Mrs. Kicaara
Honghteling. Mrs. K. P. Collins, Mrs. J.
G. Martin, Mrs. W. W. West, Mrs. Cbas.
The tickets have been placed on sale at
the woman 'aexchanire 66 South Main
atreet. Single tickets $1.50, two tickets
$3.00, three tickets $4.00. Tickets can
only be had on presentation of the invi-
OKATH OV JOHN CBBAhBMAM.
Ho Waa One of the Beet I
Bstldsal mt iheCeaalv.
John Creasman, one of Buncombe's
oldest and most highly respected resi
dents, died st bis home yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Creaeetnao was almost 86
years of age and was well known to tbe
people of Bnncombe county. He was
born on the Swannanoa and had lived
in that section nearly all hie life. For a
ta mn be lived in Macon county, out
ftrrar.nl. rnene back to the place of bis
birth. Mr. Creaseman was a fanner of
industrious habits and his character, as
a member of tbe Methodist church and in
all resuerts. was most exemplary. He
had reared a large laraiiy oi cnunrcn.
His wife was s daughter of Joseph Ray,
nna n( Rnneomhe'a old cilisrns.
At tbs time of bis death Mr. Crease-
man wss living oa Urnssy urancD, lii
miles from Asheville.
ONI COUUBCTION at'NDA V.
snlnat TsHssnaw the Cav
iars Make ant one Trlov.
In the Altars, beginning to-morrow
there will be but on collection of mail
from the street boxes bv the carrier.
This collection will not be general, hut
will Include only those boxes at the
hotels, the on at the corner of South
Main and Willow streets and the two on
court place. This collection will be at 1 1
o'clock a. m.
Bditob THBCmiik! Permit nw the
as of yonr columns to ret ara the sincere
thsnks of myself snd family, to my lei-
low citietna, whit and colored, who so
nobly braved tbs terrific storm which
orevaiWd. sod cam to our assistance on
Thursday morning, tbe 18th, at the firs
that aonsasaan sty awsning, sna awoto
tha many friend whas tenderer bids thy
has done so mace to alleviate tbs keea-
asasofoar loss. ... J. bLbtbblb.
THAT ALDERMAN AGAIN.
THB MATTER RBOI'OHT V
It Is Postpone! Until the May
Blectlon The Nanta t Acade
my atreet Is Changed Procea d-
Inns of the Clip Council.
At the meeting of tbe city council lost
night Alderman Pitxpatrick brought up
tbe question ol electing an alderman to
fill the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Alderman Putlinm and tbe subsequent
refusal because of a pre of private busi
ness of J. P. Sawyer to fill the vacancy.
On suggestion of Mayor Blanton the
mutter was postponed until the May
election, when the people will be allowed
to voice their opinions in electing Mr.
PulHim's successor. Mr. Pulliam's term
would oot have expired till Mav. 1803.
had he remained in office, and his suc
cessor is to be elected to remain in until
that time. .
IT'S HONTPOID AVINUR NOW.
George S. Powell, president of the Ashe
ville loan construction and improvement
company was before tbe board. He pre
sented the same petition that be had be
fore the board last week, to have tbe
nameof Academystreetchansed to Mont-
ford avenue. This time it waa signed by
a number of the property owners in addi
tion to those whose names appeared last
week. The following had signed it: . L.
Carroll, H. L. Gndger, A. H. Cobb, I. V.
Hrown, J. M. Uudger, T. C. brown, Mrs.
Trcnholm, L. A. Parinholt, J. S. Adam,
P. N. Carrington, E. B. Davis, T. P.
Hunter. S. Lipinskv, W. Q. Alexander, J.
W. Cortland, and I. Cortland. On mo
tion of Alderman Wolfe, seconded by Al
derman Leonard, tbe name was ordered
changed as per tbe request. The street
bencnortn to u be known as Montioro
AN OBDINANCB PASSBD. '
Considerate complaint has been made
at various times, by the citixens living in
the southern part of the city, near the
"Town branch." of the gas waste that
has been permitted to empty itself into
that stream and the city attorney was
instructed to prepare an ordinance pro
hibiting anything of the kind. An ordi
nance was introduced laat nisht to the
effect that any person or corporation or
the agent of any corporation who shall
throw or put or permit to be thrown or
put any refuse of gas, or any other mat
ter deleterious !to tbe public health, in the
stream known as Towa branch or any
other stream within the corporate limits
of said city, shall on conviction thereof
be fined the sum of 425 for each offence.
This ordinance passed its first reading
and on the suspension of tbe rules, pssetd
its final reading and became a law.
MATTBBS OF MINOS IHPOSTANCB.
Dr. K. H. Reeve ssked tor sn electric
light and a street crossing at the corner
if East College and Spruce streets, but
no action was taken.
L. M. Pease, of tbe Home industrial
school just south of the city limits was
allowed to connect hit premises with the
city water works paying the regular
rates for tbe nse of the water.
0. U McDonald; was allowed 35 for
curb stones on Bailey street.
r. . laquitn was granted permuanon
to build a frame house on Pine street and
an addition to bis present bouse.
The following bills were presented and
ordered paid :
P. N. Carrington, coal, $11.65; Cobb
A Mcrrimon, proftssionalfter ices ss city
attorneys, $401. Wi; Geo. P. Scott, lum
ber, ate., i ro.btf ; a. r. v.orn, curbing.
$110.95; Wills Bros., work on drawings
for the hew city ball, $200.
A COMING CONCBBT.
The a s slew ayanahony Orchestral
Clab Psossabar a.
Tbe Boston Symphony Orchestral club
is the next attraction at tbe Grand opera
house, coming December 26. Tbe Raleigh
State Chronicle says: "Tbe audience
which greeted the Boston Symphony
Orchestral club last night was nothing
like ss large as tbe reputation ol the
company and tbe excellence of its perfor
mances warranted, it was tnc most
superb musical combination that ever
appealed in Raleigh. Able mnsicalcritics
assert tnis tact, i ne program was oi
rare excellence, and Its entire rendition
would have done credit to any orx-anix
tkm of double its number. Every one of
tbs artists was warmlv and cordially
encored, and toe violin virtuoso, ueaeve,
was accorded an ovation. But these
honors were almost equally divided by
Mons Rucquoy, the flute virtuoso. The
simple truth is these two artists are
Christian church Sunday school snd
social meeting at iu a. m.
North Asheville M. B. church. Soutb-
Servicc at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Catholic Church, Haywood street-
Bcrviccsst 11 a. m.; sunday school st
10 a. m.
Preach Broad Baptist church Preach-
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 o. m. bv tbe oast or.
1. 1. tarron.
Bailey street mission Sunday school
st 4 o'clock; night services st 7:30. All
arc cordially invited to these services.
First Presbytcriau church Rev. W. 8.
P. Bryan, pastor. Divine worship at 1 1
a. m. aad 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school st
v:au s. m.
West Bnd Baptist Mission Rev. W. P.
Southern. Sunday school at 8:30 p. m..
Sunday. Services at 7:30 every Satur
Pint Methodist Eoiscona Church-
corner ol Haywood and Huttnrk street.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m, by
Key. j. u. Koocrson.
Pint Baptist Church-Service at 11
a. ro. and 7:80 p. m., by ths pastor,
Rev. W. A. Nelson. Baptism at 7:15 p.
i. onoday scnooi st s aoa. m.
Central Methodist Episcopal Chares
Sooth Preaching at 1 1 a. m., and 7:80
p. m., by Rev. J. D. Arnold, of the Aths-
viiie remaj college. Bunaay scnooi st
:ho s. st.
Riverside M. B. church, Boats Divine
service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by the pas
tor, Rev. no. C. Troy. Sunday school
st 8 p. m. All sn cordially invited to
attend tnes services.
Trinity (P. B.) charch-Rey. McNedv
DaBost, rector. Holy communion 7:80
a. m. Morning service 11 o'clock. Spe
cial evening 7:80 o'clock, sermon by Rev.
Mr. Kitaoo. Baaday school aad Biba
aiaas w:u a. m .
J. S. GRANT, PH. G.,
Of the Philadelphia Colleaeot Pkarmaey,
4 South Main Street. M
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( is our desire in the Atur to coanac
ounelrea Mtrictfy to tbe Drug bueioet.
We will therefore tlhpoee of oar entire
ttoek ofCigari at cost. Sold by the
box only. GRANTS PHARMACY.
Tbe Sneet tod matt complete ttoek of
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Powder and high grade Soap at
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email amount of money, GRANTS
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pounded at G 11 ANT S PHARMACY you
can positively depend upon it that only
tbe purest and best Drug and Chemi
cals bare been used that they wen
compounded by thoroughly experienced
Pharmacists and that the price paid
was not uureaaonabk.
M South Mala Be.
CORNER EAGLE BLOCK.
4 SOUTH MAIN STaBBT,
Christmas Presents aad Mot
Just opened, comprising
novelties, both useful and or
namental. Special attention
is called to our large stock
of embroidery, Bilks, tephyra
and wools of all kinds, felts
and materials for funcv
work. Latest doaiirns in
China silks, new stock of
dress trimmings, 'velvets.
plushes, silks, Sue We are
agent for the celebrated Ceit
temeri kid gloves; also a
complete line of genuine Fos
ter gloves. Our assortuient
of handkerchiefs anil aprouB
for the holidays are immense.
Our display of winter wraiw
for ladies, misses and chil
dren is the largest in the city.
A complete stock oi under
wear for ladies, misses and
children. Blankets, comforts,
shawls, curtain goods, house
hold linen. Cull on ns. Cor
ner Eagls Block', 43 8. Mail