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1 ' i THE DAILY CITIZEN THE Fh A TT V CITIZEN, BOARDING, WANTS, Pur Rent, and Lost Notion, three lines or less, 28 CcnU for ench Insertion. ered to Visitors In any part of tlie City. 1 Month fine. lo wwiii, or less. , yne. ryf. .It tOLUME V. '5 ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1890. 1 CIIOCKEUY ' AMI GLASSWARE niTICDV VII VCD ... Dl A TCn UflDC $j HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. J. H. LAW, 57 39 61 8. Main St. Wholesale and Retail Supplying HotclH a Specialty. SI MI'OKTINIl AN1P III'VINtl IPIKIIL'T I'KilM fej. MAKKRH. I CAN lll'I'I.ICATK I'KICliM ,)j III' ANY WIIOt.ltKAI.Ii Ill PI SH. .p'KriA I. IHOI'AUT.UKNT VOH : JKWKMtY, A ItT I'OTTKHY Vl AMI HII.K OOOHS. KU. AKI MISCELLANEOUS. KSTAHUKHICL) 1874. DEATH DEALING WIRE MAN AT INHTANTI.V KII.I.i:i WORI.O'H PAIR COMMITTKi;, He Went to the AHNlHtauce or a fallen Home and Received the fatal Shock A Most! Peculiar Hecltal. Nkwiickc.ii, N. V., JuHiiury 20 This morning ut U o'clock n man slopK-(l his nurse ui ironi 01 r. v. rnrson s glioc more on Water street, tied the animal to an awning post imri went nwnv. A tew minutes Inter the home touched Ilia nose APOTHECARY, ' 20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C. We no not null Ciikap Diihis, but wili, skix ov Dhtiih ciikai'. and if vtm don't believe what we say yivcusa, trial and be con vinced. Our prHTlltioil (le- to the iron post uml fell into the gutter nnrinient in excel e lv none. T c , 1 rim to m-ip r iu. ...,.. ... I ...UI. 4-iL , . horse, but no o.,nerdMl he his 'iiii.'i.i'il tl lilt 1.111- I II ff I I nil 11 (I II fin tin iiiiinifil tlifiai li ill goods that nionev can buy --uieaii. Tims, sniu, whosnwimwson fl'Olll K Merck I'' It Xmiihn !"' J.hnHlcned to hi assistance mid took I. 1 '"I" . . ii lU'h,) "'1 ol him to lilt hi.n t,,., I,t received 11 1 111 kt, U11VIS IV CO., .JllO. terrible shock and he too dropped to the It j-l. l 11.. . p .1 ... 1 .... 1 1 1 M.yern iv oro.niiti iroinotiier lending ninnufncturingeheni ists in this country nnd Ku ropc, whose goods for purity cannot be oucstioncd. I're- ASKIiHTO- CAM. AT LAW'H v'T FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I SPECIAL BARGAINS I IN CITY LOTS. . ' Hv irler of the owner I nut m Kit'rnn three , 3feur' time, only n mnall ninmhit nt cush ,' Wmi ted, 60 LrOltf 011 Catholic Mill, Vptaidlil ttHMititniii view. nl .1 tninuten ; frnm the court hnunc, at from ;'r!f 75 o 5 liach, Aeeordtni: to ie anil locution. Worththmlite ' ml three time the inotu-y. l.tlM-iulntlvaiievN ntHle to improve the lots. FOR HA Mi a. .1 mill 4 room hoiirtCH. well ' built, with tireilnee, on mnne hill.n iniHrty ': mt rttfitm nml ternm tti Hitit the tmnlwiHvr. ttplendlil oiior(tiiilty lor hmiIc of noiileriite v flieiiBp to Mriirc or to huilil i'omlortulilc . home. ;l'OK SAI.HUK T RHST Inrtcv tem . fUriit hotiHc. i'j ami h rootiiM rirKftivclv, 011 IteKleMtnet. Well iuiiite( lor cheap hoUl mt iHiArdhiK hotinc. AliHit lilterul tcrnn iirnnteil. IMnnn ntidAtll ' yarticttlnr with J. M C A M I'HIil.I.. . janll iKtm Real lint ate Ik-aUr. W. W. Wkht. Waltrr B. Own, .'A GVYN & WEST, Buccrminrs to Wa.tir B.Gwyn) ESTABLISHED 1881 ; j REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE. REAL ESTATE. JLoana Securely Placed at 8 "vj. Per Cent. . flotnry Cubtie. Conimltitliitiera oMAvilii. FIRE INSURANCE. OFPICK MoutheaNt Court Hquare. . UNTLANIt DKOH., uround us if dend. An electric wire hud kxii Intel inion the roil extendinif from tlie uwniiiLf to post mid to the hiiildiuj; unduftilleleetric vnrrvnt wns piiKsm); iiown the iron post t.i... ll. . I fl. ! . . 1 . . .. Kriiiiini. i iieiiisuiiiicii niaicrinl ii i lie wire inn iccotiir i h.r hi.. Mcnpi lOllS niletl at all llOUI-H, r,,u" ".v the nun. The body of Hiiwsoii day or nWit, d deliv,Mvd Krs,:;,: ZluS. hit iii imuf in ii ii v imri oiihc Kot up, lirusheil Ins clothes nnd wiiikcii nwny. i lie Horse wns not killed. It WIIH cut loose from tln mint IIH...I to liis feet mid driven oil". Diiwkoii wns n luborer nnd for n train- ixtoi years n fjruve (Iikkit in St, l',cori,'c's cemetery, lie wns n Inrjtc and Hiverful mini, weifjliint; over If, in pounds. lie was well nml lnvoral.lv known, nnd leaves a wile ami children. ThcrcisKreut Mt 1 Ml I L! Ill I L II ill 111 llli" I'll V served ll.V COtlllretellt lire- The electric liuhl wires, even when lint iiiiiv ii icw iiicucH niiove the iron iiwn iiiK Iratues in front of btiildiiiKS. It MceillS tllllt Dllivsnn III oiuli.,.. 11,.. horse took hold of the head jjcar and at oiicclcll forward, his henil striking nKaint the iron awuiiiK post. An examiiiation ol his body disclosed the fact that the iicainy current wus received on the left side ol the head which had rested auainst the nwiiinKpost. The neck was blistered, mir sullen ami enrliailly burned. Drs. Wllfuilis and llfivi.llu,,l.u..,. ....!.. ......I.... ii- . 1 1 . ,. - 7......-.r,,m, l Urveyor TO inTeillireilT llllll " exumninlioiiol thewholebodv tli city. Our stock of Druus. Patent Medicines and Druu- fists' Sundries is complete, and at prices that defy coin- tetition. Don t toriret t he place, No. 20 S. Main street, where you will at all times be scriptionists. 1M7D. "" 1HNJ) S. R. KEPLER, lll!AI.I2K IN FINE GROCERIES. appreciative Asiieville and American families. 1'alales and tastes of people who be lieve in fjood Imnjxcnniiot be humhu;-i'ed by "('heap. John' proods. Cheap uoods and first quality are not svnonv- iiions. 1 have in stock and to arrive, all seasonable sie- cialties. comprisiiiu,- in imrt Fruits. Oranues, heinous. Cranberries. Itaisius, Fius. .Mils. etc. M iscel la iiim ins ( 'hoice O.K. New Orleans Molasses, for ta- .1 I .-. I III-Use, l l lllie AIM ' Wneil IS result was Her denth on Siindnv. The .Molasses, tor COoklllU'. Kx-M""1"'' held lit 8 oVImk vesterdnv tra fine Assortment ol'Crack- '"unionn fmm the eliurch at llest nnd I he man s eves weie mu'ii nml lii i...... Imiix- no cviikui-c that he had sulli nil am pain. I.A UKIPIiK'H I IHHT VICTIM. Mr. Hltiirkelford ItleMnl neHl from comwiicutlotiH ol the UlHeaHe. The hrst fatal ease of the rip or its complications lo lie rcjxirtcd in or about Asiieville occurred Sunday afternoon at Itcst. The victim was Mrs. K. A. Shack elford, n sister J. M. Alexander of this city. Two weeks ne;o Mrs. Shackelford felt the first symptoms ot the disease nnd from the start her caw wns n particu larly severe one. A short time after the attack she dcvcloicd pneumonia and the j.--iieai instate V And Brokers, I Iiiveatincut i AKentM. r Otters: 24 k 'J(l I'ottun Ave. Mrvaad Hour. 7 fctrtlilly ers. Fine Tetis and Coffees a specialty. Mince Mcnts t'.orilon c llilworth's, and other bruiids. I'luin I'udiliiiK, Cult 's 1'iiot Jelly, etc. I'n-sseil and Crvstnlind I'.iiiKiT. Shad Km-in kits. Kiii 'llirriiis anil an other n Is in ilenuind lor the Holidays. S. K. KIII'I.HK. . HM.V7.V AMI I 'OK A7;.T. AKTBP. r Thrre iriiml men til m-II fur u. ritht-r mi kiiI . Ar.v or voinniiiiiit Aililn-iMi - MAV IIKOTIII-.KS. , jmilTiUt NurBir.iiiii-n. M.iilti'.lii. N. V, WANTED. '- A partner to riii'iitfc in the tuaniilaettire f .an article tiiiit iteiiti ho rea.iltv that In .our yearn ol' itH munnincliire onh tk conlil not lw .Allvil. . ' Hilt I'HOI'ITS VY; J 1 0,1 mm. or $1U,ihhi in timlcil. I'or parlh--'l nil-irw fohlrcNA V.iK Vt li j intill mii-villc. N. C. :m kkt. .Nlore riMtm. No. .10 Ho nth Main ulrtft. and 4 "o nrtire rmiini. ronHetMion uiven nt nmr, y olv to ., in! iltl I'HANK l.Ol'C.IIKAN. ANTKh. W. 0. WOLFE. I will iny the hlnlicul wnurs nlil In this ,. ll y to m thnrniiKhly triiiiu-il e-tuk, who Is f I. .ally unci a tfooil inkc nml hrenil linker. ; 'nplvto C.J. .Moi.M'H. ii mi; iltf 1. rrve .(nvt. J" 1j. "ver :iiki m'Is ol the most lieiuitiml nonunients) and TotiibMloncs Just received, from the .hiiit Tnmliiitonr to hsnrisonie Mouumrnts, I have minlc fltnt reduetlnn In prices, und It will pay you taeoiuc nnd look nt mv stock, whether vou or not. Wiircrniini Wolfe IIiiIIiIiiik. Ctart Hqunre. TAYLOR, BOUIS & BROTHERTON, ; I'KACTICAL .Plumbers & Tinners. iJ'l.t'MIIINd, . ;rf BTHAM AND t'.AM FITTINll, TIN AMI HI.ATK KlIOI'INO. Furiiacca and Heater. Jobbing Promptly t i 4 i Attended to. jNo. 4,1 Patton Avenue, "I Opera House Building. )iui:iiid(iiwiv Canned Peachea. 1 An. iteraon wnntlng C. I', whltaou's t ini- u Pniit. run ohtnln them hv nilllnK on J. ell, Whll.mi st No. 4 Court lliiime. IJonlHdlw C. I'. WHITHON. s 1 1 r .- 3 - 5 ? - L C 1 I 0 - 5 e y. p s 7 5' ft ' -3 2-. A- c s c Z J?IIK SA1.I1. A hiiuiie nml lot enriier ItiiKlr uml Vnllev streets. iVor priie nml trritiH fiiiplv to I'. A. CI'MMIMIH, .Innlll iltl So. fl Liiil Hints. the remains were interred in the Newton Acinic in y cemetery. Mrs. Shuckcllonl was (53 yenrs old and had lived all of her life in the immediate vicinity of Asiieville. Her husband, (i. W. Shackelford, who died a lew vcars K. " well known to the residents of the city. She leaves three buys nnd a dutiKhtcr. A Worthy Charily. A sail case, nccdinK immediate assist mice, has come tooiirnotioeiiftwoyotini' men, one eighteen, the other twenty, who reached town last evening in a most des titute condition, Imvinii walked from Ar kansas to this Kiint, beitu; tweutv-onc days on the rond from Memphis here. One ol them had during that time n severe case of piieumonin from which he is just rvciivvritu;. It seems they left their home in W ay lie county, .V .., some tune iik with their parents and two younger sis ters uml a small brother for Arkansas. Soon niter their arrival, their parents died, leaving them, without resources. Sonic friends sent the voiuiger children home and the brothers started to walk the lonirtlistnnee; living tumble to raise money in any way lo defray their cxk-u- ses. It ii proposed to raise an amount iilhcietit to pay their wny to Kaleigh. Any subscriptions for the purHise may Ik- left nt this office or with Mr. V. Kidjj ley I'eiiuiinan, nt liis plnec ol business. An Important MeelliiK. The committee in chnri-c of the Chil dren's Home earnestly Ik-jj n large nt- teiiilamv of our cilixens at the meeting lo lie held to-night, in 7.. 'In o'clock, in the lecture hall of the Young Men's Christian Association. It is iinmrtant that every lady and gentleman in Asiie ville who leels nil interest in this iimmr- taut subject should he present. Tlie V. M. C. A. Kleclloil. At n meeting of the bonrd of directors of the Voting Mcn'sChristian AssiH'iation held Inst night the ollicer of the assovm- lint'swllcd cul.lnc. 1 1 inn were rc- letted. Thev iircnsfiillows: npulnr with tourists. fiunllle. uml liii.lnr.. . T. Collins, president; j. 12. Dickerson, vice-imsulint; II. I). Child, recording secretary j R. t'. Carictt, treasurer. A Trascdy In t'nlon, H. V. Fond of Tobacco. I Mun, S. C, Jnminry IS. Klchmnnd Htnte. Uditor C'itinen : The dead IhiiIv of Susie She was a Virginian, wns this old Inilv. Fcrniniiilcs, whocamc licrcrromSiiiirtnii- Wcineun Mrs. Stephen Dmiforlh, who I WK. S. C about six weeks ngo was died nt her home in Manchester. Mass.. found in a ditch about otie-hnlf mile n few (lays since, in her one hundred and n'mve town yesterdny morning with her Swannanou Hotel. men. Klectric ears pasH the door. RAWLS IIHOH., lroir's. It Wail Appointed Yesterday wiiHiiinutou pfewii Wasiiinhton, Jnnimry 2(1 HOI'SIi. The S icaker has appointed the World's I'uircoinmitlec as follows: Messrs. Can dler, of Massachusetts; Hill, of Illinois; llowden, of West Virginia; Ilelden, of New York ; Frank, of Mossntiri ; Springer, ol Illinois; Hatch, of Mossnuri: Wilson. of West Virginin. and Flowers, of New York. Mr. Onts, of Alabama, offered a resolii tiun instructiiii; the serL'eant nt an, is ,, ascertain from the books of the ate ser geant at arms the amounts due theinem liers of the house for salaries liir the months nrior to NovemU-r. Isnii. nml drnwfrom $N3.000 now in the i'usi.lv ol the treasury of the Tinted States, ii sufficient amount to pny such undrawn salaries, and reiiucstiiig the treasurer to auow tlie withdrawal ot such usiim. He askeil unanimous consent Inrtheimnie unite cnnsiilerntion ol the resolution con teiK blur that the on v nmiiev ,.n,lu.,,l...l consisiecl ol the .November salaries. .Mr. riivson.ot Illinois. obiectcd. nml th n'soltitiou wns relerred to the smvial Sil cott committee. .Mr. Stone, o! Kemii -kv oiicreo n resolution or t he iint iin .1 ,,i SH'cial dtHisits in the scigeiiul'.ii'ai i,,.. oinee. Kclcrretl. Ihc tollowmg lulls and resolution. were introduced and relerred: Hy Mr. Ilutterworth, of Ohio lielining ooiunis uuii iiiiures linn iniiniKim, .....:..i . , , i " n-cioi iiiAesfiii iicmers. . tie .no pi ovules iu,u me worn "on- :.... i. i , . . I,.,., niuiii or iiniiersiooti 10 mean nnv contract or ngrceinecnt made by a party wi in winiBv oi-iiau siica contract or agreement is inailc, to deliver to another party at a future time any articles of the nature of farm products, such as wheat. corn, pork, lard, etc. The word "In lures" is interpreted to menu nnv con tract ol agreement wherebv a 'mine miiis in sen mm oca ver nt a lutiirc tune any ol the articles mentioned. A special tux of $1.1100 is imposed upon dealers in options anil "iiiiures together with n tax in live cents per pouuil on cotton pork, lanl or other hog products. A tax of twenty cents ier bushel is also levied iiKin corn, wheat, oats and other cereals. I lie lull lurtlicr nrovii es thai every such party shall make weekly re- pons in mi contracts entered into with a statement of the articles embraced in the contract mid ut the siltue titn.. shall liny the collector's tax on the nrti. ele coveml by the agreement. Penalties nre provided for the transaction ot busi ness without ii ccrtihcnte ol authority Hy Mr. tllouiil. of Georgia To relinc aim rcguiate the jurisdiction ol the l'ni leu Mates courts. Hy Mr. Cowlcs. of North Carolina In structing the ways mid means commit tee to report a bill to rcjieal the tobacco tax. Hy Mr. Conger, of Idaho Authoriiiiii. the issue ol treasure notes on denotm oi silver oiiiiion. laecreinry Viindoin lull. I By Mr. iloiik. of Tennessee To .mi large the lake Morgue outlet. Hy Mr. Springer, ol Illinois A n-solii- turn providing that on Thursday, the -Mrtl instant, the clerk shall call the roll of memlHTS and each mcmlicr shall indi cate his choice lor the location of the World's Fair. If no tilacc shall receive n majority of all the votes cast, the roll shall be n-ticalcd until one place shall re- i.T.-ive ii iiiiiiority in me votes cast. I he place having been selected, the suecinl com in 1 1 tee snail report the lull localim: the lair nt the place selected, which bill shall be privileged nnd shall lie consid ered ironi day to day until ilisKiscd of. ncicrreo to a srvwu eonimiitce. Hv Mr. l-iiuston. of Kansas Tmlivl.l.- the Slate of Kansas into noriliern and southern luibcml districts. By Mr. Wilson, of West Virgiiiia-Thc nasiiingion woi ld s f air lull. Iiy .Mr. Kelly, ol Kansas, by reipicst piropnaimg niii,uiHi lor the erection ol a monument to negro soldieis and sailors ol the late war. .tir. iioaiticr, ol Louisiana, o civil n resolution nlnilishing the iilhccsol Uiok- kcciier, cashier ami teller in t ie office m the sergennl at arms, on thcgroiuid that the house has by votcdccidcd linn Silcoll wns a uriviilc agent of the nuinlsi s. k'.-. lerreil. Mr. Kerr, of lnwn, olTcrcd a icsnliiiinii priividiug lor the ibsiiosu ol liuuls I, il m llieolliceof the laic sergeant at arms as follows: 1st, tu pay the sciulilcpos ilors; 'Ji, to pay the salaricsduepiinrto govern iK-ri .in, to pro rule the linluucc nmotig the members to whom tlicNovcm- ikt salary is due. Keferred I he house then went into ciuiiniittcc of the whole on the Oklahoma town site bill. Without finally disKisiuu ol il the committee rose. The committee on the eleventh census n-ported buck the senate bill iiicrensing t ne minimum coinncnsatioii ol siiicrvis. ors of the census from $,"iini to Sl.oiiii, rasscii veas, m.i; nays, SS. Mr. Hill, of Illinois, from the commit tec on foreign nllairs, reHirtcd hack the various World's i-'nir bills and tlicv were A SNOW BLOCKADE THK NORTHWraTKKN RUAItt, XIHII I IP HV MNOW. WaHliliiirlon and Oretcon l:utlrely Shut on From I lie World-Hnow lClulil Feel ineep on Hie Level oilier NoteH. ClIICAl'.o. 111., lanai.rv Oil Tlw. ..... ...... ni in me west mm northwest is one oi tne most complete on record. Not only litis travel become impossible on the western division ol the Central ami Northern I'acilic, but the telegraph com panics are equal sullerers mid everv through line is down on both of tlu sV routes. The only means of telegraphic communication with the I'acilic coast now is by the indirect route ol the South ern I'acilic, and the volume of business transacted is principally n limited one. Washington and Orcuon are slim oil' iroui communication with the entire world with the exception of one little signal wirethnt still ticks leclilv between San l-'rmicisco mid I'ortlauil. When this wire goes down these two northwestern States will lie further nwny from New York than China, so liir" as the tele graphic coimnuuicatioii is concerned, as the trains arc not running and the smuv blockade renders il imiiossible I'or H,.. telegrujih force to reach the scene of the break. The Western I'liiou reiinirersiiren II snowed up at a half dozen points in the west uml there is little prospect of re newed communication until the railromlK have mastered the elements. Ihc snow blockade on the Central I'acilic road is ut Uniigrant Can. near the summit of the Sierras. Lust im.l.i eight westbound trains were snowed in and the prosncct of the road lieinc linen, en iii me next loriy-eighl hours is poor a. iiirBiiiiw piows cumuii worK through me ocveiug ict mm me nirce ot inc shovel Icrsis intidciimte. Theieure l..iiliimcnal work, out as the snow is cnHit lift !.-.- oil the level uml fathomless in the cuts the work ol clearing oil' the track while the snow tails is a tremendous labor. ill the .Northern Cucinc there is a cum pieic snow iiiockiiiic at Missions, near .Mount Muistu, Cul. I'rcd Crocker, of the Southern I'lieilic who was going north, has been snowed in there for three days in a Sjicciul train nun uoiics to gel out lo-morrow. 1 he Southern I'ncilic rond has lm-n badly injured in the Tchahipi mountains uy tne wnslioutsauil IstoiuI l.os Angeles eue noons nave none iniicn Haulage. The only unobstructed road is now the At lantic Pacific, but as this deoends on i In- Southern Pacific liir connection lietwecii Mohave desert and San Kranciseo. nml mi llie washed out Snulhem I'acilic line lictween Los Angeles mid San Kranciscii trnvei on that may also lie delaved at any moment ns it has been raining hcav ily in southern Calilomia for days past while it is snowing in the' north west. Advices this atlcrnooii are ilim the snow is (ailing throughout the west so inat i ne prosiecis are nv no means encouraging. ST. Pai i., Imitiarv 2(1. A heuvv storm accompanied by a gale set in about 11 o'clock last night and a n'gttlar blir.aril is now raging throughout the northwest. As vet there has been no inlcrruotion ol railroad trartie or tclcgratihic comniuni- union, nut the storm is very severe. He tween live and six niches ol iimw had in lien on a level and the prevailing high n oios iias oriiivu it nimiy, cssviullv the southwestern portion of tC Stale He Hliol lllni Down. Ciiaki.oiti:. X. C.. lanii.'irv ''(). lien- illy Shei ill' Hisseugcrslmt Anderson Xeelv. a negro, while taking him to the jail last night. Xeelv resisled the ollicer ami was getting the licsl of hint when the sheriff drew n gun mid fired. The negro lell to the ground, and llisscngcr ran for assist ance. I pint Ins return the negro wus gone, although the ollicer is sure he wounded him scrmnslv. HKPI'III.ICAm tllMHIHTKM'V, A FF.HV NI'WH ITl'.H. Tlie rrench niiibnssrulnr nt Kome, Mr, Mariaui, died on the iMth from pnetinio ma. The roofs of two wings of the Insane Asylum at Worcester, Mass., were de stroyed by lire on the lKth. nr. I honias M. Mi it. one of the old est and best known physicians of Vir ginia. Hied m inchester Ironi heart failure. Prince Anmilco. broiln-r ol' k'iior li,,,. bert.nl Italy, died oil the ISth nt Aostu ot IPiiciunoma I'ollowitia an aitfi,.!. ,,r Ilucna. Pnwderly is under urrest under a war rant SWoril Ollt hv I'.-lllmrlno, I derly will retaliate by bringing suit ngmiiKi. tuiiagnmi lor lilicl. A bid at I'dinbui-Lr. Indiana. T..im,.u Thompson by name, died on Siindav irom iiiccrntion ol the throat caused by the excessive use of cigarettes. A lire Sunday night at Chattanooga ilestnrved Hughes' planing mill, with lour unjoining cottages, a two storv res ilience, ami 011,11110 led of lumber. " A tank of the Standard Oil Coiniiniiv at l-.ltiils.ili, X. J., containing l,-,ll(l(i gallons of iH-imuc exploded with terrific nirce on tne night ol the IHtlt. Another tniiK ol the same capacity, near by, took mi-mm was destroyed. in- loss was Jim, mill. ri... 1....1: ,- . . i .iv Koiiii s oi several Hundred iersons nun ouve men oi contagious discuses tnrotigii a ihtioiI ol several vcars, uml intcrrcil in the N. Y. State burial giouiiiis at hcguins Conn, arc to Ik oiimco iiiuier a contract catered inti wiin c iiarics .McLean. The government of Belgium proposes io oeiii vigorously witn the striking miners, and labor troubles generally, a ,...Si i"iu ,,i inoiiiirv in oarracKS ni Brussels lieing held in readiness for an emergency, and a squadron of cavalrv Having; ikcii sent to Charlcroi. wiiiic traveling between Vienna uml Berlin on the I Nth, a ladv, who proved to lie the daughter of Thomas A. Kdison. wns taken violently ill. A physician on the train pronounced it a case of small- pox : ami upon the arrival ot the train nt lircsilcn, the ladv was taken to n ). pilal. A tramo steamer, the Kails of lover. siinid. Irom Java for Philadelphia, loaded with sugar, picked up in the Indian ocean ihc uisaiueii steamer Slam with a la ret cargo mid 011 passengers, mill towed her salelv into Aden. Otheru-is.. ih. damagvil vessel would have Urn lost with all on board. Mr. John 0. Wood, the oldest hotel man in Kristol, Teiin.. died suddenly on the I '.it II. He was for vcars nrooriYtor ... .1... .,1.1 ,'. , 1 " on "in i irunua. nut null recently mult at llnstol, Woods' Pnlnec hotel. nc wns aisn well known lor his great wcigai, which wns liclwccn .1011 ami .no pounds. A terrihe gale nrcvnilcil in tlie Irish channel on Sunday, and much damage nns none nioug tne const, there was nirch t minder anil lightning, several ncr- sous iH-ing Kiiieii ny the latter, mid iiuihikt were drow ned Uy the wreck ol iiouts nnd shipping. Mr. Orlan W, Chaiim.-in. snlicitor-i.cn- rnl ol New York, died in Washinoion City on Sunday, from n kidney disease. aggravated iiy an attack ol grtpiie. He was iiaiigerouslv ill only twcuiv-lour hours, and Ins death came Ulore n of his friends knew how ill he was. Typbus fever prevails in a malignant loim at llamliiirg, mid all the schools have Ihvii closed ill couscipicticc. It is many years since this tlrcudtul d sease tins prevailed as mi epidemic. It has ihvii known under worse saniturv condi tions than now exist us ship lever and pill lever, and under us bitter inion added ii tin Herat horrors to the bloody .Assies, presiilcil over hv the inlanioiis curies. NUMBER 242. MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Of I'liilaik-lplilu College of Pharmacy, Apothccar', 4 South Main St. 77jc Ohl Vcnr lum ilrnwn to 11 close, uml with the iKginmiiis of the A'ew Vcnr we wish t lunik the ptihlie fur their piitroiiiiffe uml recognition ut ourelVorts to 1I0 our full duty, lie urc fully con scions that it is to them that li e cure t.'ie iincxpcctcil success of the jtnst yciir, in which our liusincss him liccn more th111 iloulilcil, mill we c.'ii only rvpnnl it ns 11 new eviilcnec th.it our business nuixiins me such us to emise our customers to have conliileiice in us mill nttruct those who nre cuiitioiis in tlculing with tiny I'liiimi.tcist until they luive Ijccoiiic fully nssiiieil of the nature mul extent uf his liusincss jiriueijilcs. In out tleiiling with the imhlie vt realm that the must scru pulous aire uml honesty arc pnrn 111011 nt in importance. If these arc virtues in all itnliuiiry liusincss transactions, they become sncrcil ilutics in Vliarmucy, nml without than no one can he a true I'har uiucisi. The health, maylie the lile, oi those tlcnliiuf with the Aputhccnry tic fienils upon them. HV consiilcr it our most sacreil tluty to shun adulterations ami spoiled as well as interior drugs. 7 hey constitute an evil frnm which I'har macy sutlers no less 11,11 the puhlie. The evil is not a new one, iiiauguruteil in lute vcars; it has existed as Iouk us there were men whose cuiiiditv wus Mroiunr than their sense of justice, and it will loiilitless continue as long as there mar lie men with conceptions of business stt vague that they expect to purchase gold lor the money value of dross. Tlicre an no other moral principles rcinircd for transacting a I'harmaceutical business than are necessary for any other business. Unwavering integrity that remains unin fluenced hy the visions of gold along the road ofiiiiestionalile or deceitful prac tices is the only foundation for success that is worthy the name; il is so in every pursuit, and more imrticiilarly in I'liarmacy, where ns a matter of neces sity it must In- combined with constant vigilance in all tlirections, so as In secure all possible safeguards. These are the principles which we have endeavored to live up lo, and to which we trust our increasing success is due. II c Impe our former puttont will show the same kindness towmd us in tlie fu ture that they have in the past, knowing that no action ut ours will ever make thim ngrct a continuance ol their fa vors. Yours truly. S. f.KAST, Hi. ;., I'harmaeist, L'l S. Main St., Asiieville, X. C. WIIITLOCK'S Special Announcement the Year and ScaHon or 1890. for Miss Ilislanil, who left New York on iivciiilK-r 1 1, to Ik-uI Jules Venus' iinng iiiarv inn of going round the world eighty il.iys, arrived in London on the lHih, westward bound. She It-it New -lorkliy railroad, goiim westward all the way, going from San l-'raiicisco to A Series) of Pertinent Oueslluurt That Answer TheuiHelveN. All esteemed corrcspou lent writes us: I desire you to answer in vour columns two or three practical 1 olliicalipicstintis. tst. Is it not a fact I hat the ncci-n vo ters lire in the majority ol the republican parly in North Carolina ? 2nd. Is it not a lacl that the iilan of irgmiiuitiiiu ol the rrniiblicmi nni-iv in this Stntc is such that each c.unly iii'thc j will probably Is-al Yemen' record nunc COIIVCIIIIOII is council to two voles lor each uicmlsT of the lower house ol representatives in the general assemble of North Carolina ? mil. Is it not a fact that the majority of negroes over the whites in this Stale are confined tociiiiipnralively a lew coun ties .- 4th. Is it not a lact that the enmities of (.raliaui and Clay with scarcely a doten negro voters have as much voice in We invite the attention of tlie Ladies to one eleuniit stock ol Ilrv iiooils. I iiiii v (iooils. Notions. I'iiilii'itiiii mul Hosiery, Ceiitcnieri (lloves, Foster (iloves, Driv- J.ipnn. and llicuee westward until she inir (Mnvi'S lliilinn- Il-itu 1111. 1 has g.ittcnns near home us l...n,lon. and ,,Um'' ''"'"' H.ITSIIllll ( Hps, Plushes, China Silks, ft-lil (11 1 the republican State convention ns the county of Halifax, with its large negro rcpuiiiican vote . hti. ii i.; w ..... i relerred to the siH-eial committer having this State roblsil of their iHiliiicid imwcr. charge ;nl the subject. and that bv the n piiblicuus. litis. Can not this Ih- remedied ncciinl- iug to republican doctrine? If a national legislatuiecan legislate lor the local af fairs ofa Statcjwhy not a national execu tive committee presenile rules for the gov ernment ol political conventions and patty representations in a Stale? 7111. hy not the national republican committee direct the Slate republican committee to so change its rules that the republican candidates lor State offices and delegates to national conventions and committees on plutlorms shall Is- se lected by the majority ol the republican party in the Slate ? Nth. Would not this lie centralization and negro suprcuiacv in party as well us State? 1 believe these rcil-tuotit licit, braen- throated, and whitr-livcicd renegades from the while race would soon gel as .111-11 01 negro iiouiiiiaiiiiu 111 ineir putl The house then nt 5 o'clock adjourned hl'.NA I The entire session of the Semite to-day wns taken up with 11 dis cussion iiciwccn M'uniors ruscu mul Chandler on the paragraph in the Presi dent's message relating lo the ledcrul control ol elections. Mr, Pasco stigma lied the whole thing as a republican ini'K. Mr. Chandler in his reply was ex trendy bitter toward the Southern ilem iHTUts, whom he claimed had gone so far us 111 Kin iicjjroes lor voting the rcpuii iican ticket. His remarks were more particularly ngmust l-lorida. Mr. Pasco replied and was surprised tliut there were any irregularities in I' Nil nlil in 1N7II because Mr, Chandler wus, he snid, one ol the principal agents 111 1 ue riorma election minus. Alter the discussion, which was decidedly iier sonal, the senate went into executive session and adjourned. first year. Her father wn n revolution nry soldier, and had n brother in the waruflN12. She was n native of Vir ginin. She was elm Ily n tuarkahlc for the fondness manifested liir tobacco, l'ntil within n short time of her death she con sumed n pound of plug tobacco 11 week, She smoked lifter each of her three dnilv meals, and when wakeful in the night, she would rcueli out of bed mid take n few whiffs, which never failed to soothe her tu slumber, A Vlritlula Mcnnlor nies. Richmond, Vii.,Jauunry ao. Iiulgc (1. W. Ivasley, of Giles count v, State senator from the fitlt district, died here to-day ol Bright 's disease. The three hundred striking Haverhill shoe men have relumed to work. The didiculiics Imvc liccn settled. throat fill and luce briusnl. whi.li showed signs of violence. She has Ihvii missing about ten tines, bul il was thought she had gone back to Spartan burg. It is thought she was murdered for her money, liir it wns known that she had nbotit 20. Her hat nml handker chief wns found In nhoul ten steps from hers nml an old barlow kuile was found close to her head, There win signs of n heavy struggle about the ditch. She lav as it she had been pushed backward's into il. It ii k most brutal murder. An luiiicst Is now licing held, liverv effort is lieing mtitle toctitchthcniurdcrcr or murderers, Three negro women nml two negro men have Ih-ch arrested on suspicion, and placed in jail. C. M. (.. Ground wns broken vesterdnv for the Georgia uml West Florida railriiad. A Motion Itemed. Xnw YimK, Jaminrv 20. Judge Ingrn ham lo-tlnv denied the motion to 1 aside the verdict giving $12,000 lo Miss tannine toinnicrer, ol Philadelphia, in her suit for $100,0110 from Clemens Mil ler us damages for breach of promise of marriage. The motion was made hv the c isel liir Miller on the ground that the aim t of damages given was excessive and that the verdict was against the wrignt 01 evidence. 1 nc dclenilnnt was as the good ami rcsH'Cluhlc while tiix payers in several of our counties did ami are of the negroes mid his wliilc-fuccil allies reckless waste of their hard earn ings and close savings, Yours truly, S. Murder nt Italeluli. KAl.lMiill. X. C. Ianunrv20. Thcbodv ol w. I , A telegraph oiH-rator, named bihu Liighl.in, is Is-lievcd to have died under very distressing circumstances at Cas cade, 111 the surra Nevada mountains. 1 he yiiung niun was 111 the station nlnne. and was known to Ik- ill wit h pneumonia. I'Jglltccii leet of snow sui rounded the Biminti. 1 nc next nearest station was eight miles distant. The depth of snow prevents access to him, mid unless aid reaches him by a proposed snow-plough train he must have K-rishcil miserably alone. TKI.I-UHAPHIl' MKIF.FM. Felts, ami all stylish mate- rials for fancy work. We are closing out thelial- ance ol our r ush rans. ( .Newmarkets ami Jackets at law prices. We offerliarpiins in Wool IMankets. I'mlerwear and Hosiery. Remember that we have moved all (ients' Furnishings into tlieClothintfdcpiii'tnient and have now the only coni- Benuliirt, S. C. . 1 . 1 ! 1 . . . I nited States marshal-Carter II. Har- I ' 11 I '11 men lieparilllCIH III rison, 111 nil I If district ol Tennessee. I 1 1 -n Positiitsters-T. J. Fuller. Wavcross. Asiieville. Ga.;K. i. Locke, Macon. I'm.; H. W. , Hiirlonl, Ia-Iiiiiioii, leim.; K. K. Flatina- I III' MOtllltll' Ill'lUII't tlll'Ilt gau, llinton, . a. I he price paid hv the Uicsiiicakc and Mil III HUM t IIP Dry (ioods StOI'C. hiiilur the Kichuionil and Alleghany ' ' A report is current in Washington that the bank of Hnglmul has decided to use silver to the amount ot one third ol its reserve uml to issue one pound notes ngmiisi 11. 1 he report is nut credited by the treasury department. The senate has confirmed the following nominations: Collector ol customs KoIhtI Small. Ohio mull was .fll.ooo.tioo. A Wholesale Jail nellverv. Ol'INCKV, 111., lanunrv 111. Thirteen prisoners broke jail here Inst night by sawing through the heavy bars. The work was done by lnnicls anil W'alpole, two sale crackers. One ol the men who escnH'il wus being held lor mi .itlcmptrd niui dir. I lie others were pickpockets, luirghirs mul commence men. Henry Brown wns found near here in a i i h'T, wim wns is ing iicin lor mi nssaull cut. The eiiciimstances Point i ". ,.""l,l-v "'!m',v 10 '! '"man, escaped to foul play. Brown intruded a ilmiiv w,1,1" oic.i-iiiwil, nut the weather being nt 11 huwilv house 11 few nichts since mul ! l'"'"' 'WVK" V "'.u,r" K,vl" ""nscll engaged in 11 light with two other par-! l" ,IK' KIK'n"' ' "thers are at a! 1l I 1. . 1 ljll'IU' allowed thirty day. within which to pit- l . " 1 'Vhc ,!a i,m 1 "'i 1 !? "!!"." 'i? "i:'-".!'!!""" - man andthe luLr" nlioam It I Since the liniling of the bodv the entire- K.M.Iloll. X. 0 Jauiiurv 20. It is csti- crowd that aliciiilcd the ila'uce, twenlv ; nmled that in the past thirteen mouths in uiimlier, have Ikcii arrested ami will Ik- ; over a.i.OIIO negroes have left this State held until nil exnmiiialion is iiiuilc. tor western points. The principal agent . - . ; - , here suvs Hint since the hrst of Septcin- Thcsivrelnry ol the trensitrv hus di-1 Ur he has reninveil lll.ooo blacks liom the Slate. It is staled that enough ne groes nave lelt lie second district to tdPs counsel were allowed live ncr cent on $12,000 liir their services. Bond OnerliiKs). Wasiiinhton, January 20. Bond of. firings lo-iluy aggregated $2,lfi7.7riO: accepted $11117. 1.1O, at 1.20 liir lour is rlrlded n MIIMIM-llfl tilt f lift lll-.iynill ll.H ...... ctiiiH nml I.on lor ft 1 11 r nml a Imlu. ! .tmw ..i i.mr ,u. i.,!... .......... four kt cents nl I..-IH.4 wus reicctcd. I $20,000,000. m tlt. m.uro ..n,lidates liir coium-s.. ' 1 ,v .. 1 . 1 11 iii e oner special llinuce- nients to I niyers of Overcoats and Suits. One stock is the best in the city. Our prices the lowest. Dunlap Hats, Manhattan Dress Shirts, Mother's Friend Shirt Waists are our specialties. Special orders solicited for H'oods not in our stock, with out risk to purchaser. WIIITLOCK'S, 46 Jic 48 8. Main St., Corner ttaglc Block.