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THE DAILY CITIZEN THE DAILY CITIZEN BOARDING, WANTS, Par Rent, and Lost Notice, tare line or leu, 3S Cents for Q each Insertion. fwllvcrcd to Visitor In miy purt of thrCit.v. One Month flop, Two Week, oritur i!CK VOLUME V. ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1890. NUMBER 244. MISCEI.LANEOCS. CROCKERY ANH GLASSWARE CUTLERY, SILVER PLATED WARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. J. H. LAW, 57i 59 & 61 S. Main St. "Wholesalcund Retail supplying Hotel a Specialty IMIMIRTlNl'.AKf) IH'VINli IIIRKCT I' ROM MAKKRS, I CAN IK'I'I.K'ATIi PRICKS III' ANV WIHll.l-.RAI.lt Hlll'SH. SI'KCIAI. IiKI'AIIT.MKXT KOK .1 KWKl.ltV, AHT I'OTTKItY AND MILK HOODS. AM. A Kit ASKJ;'DTO- C.U.L AT LAWS, FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CITY LOTS. ftv nrdrv of tliv owner I put 111 hiiIcoii three fntrs' time, onlv h mall huh. mil of iiih1i v tinted, 60 Lotn oil Catholic Hill, Splendid ntiMintiiin vtt-w, utilv ."1 tulmit tWini thrciMirt hiiuxr, 111 I rum 75 to tfciso IChcIi, AtTordln tn diip nnd lurtilmti. Worth duutilr html thrrr time thr tumicy. I.IIkiuIihI vainv nmdr to I in prove the Iota. Ktik KAI.lv 2. II Hiid room hou-, wrll iititlt, wiMi im'pliti-ftt. on mttur hill, a profi rty nt rtKitrri ntnl tt-niiH to unit tin piirvhirf. Rplrndld opportnnu.v tor pi u,ilc of hmhU ruii menu to M'curr or to hiuhl 11 vomtortalili ho?if I'UKSAI.KOK TO KKNT if fnricr Unc mciit hoimt-tf, ll'tind muni n hihiu vclv.uii linKle at reel. Well ntliipu-il lor chciqt Imtrl or iMinrdiitit ho line. MoMt hlwral term KrniiUil. (Man nndtiill particular with J. M. CAMI'HI-).!., junu d;tin K en I Ktttntf Ikultr. WAt THK B. tiWVN, W. V. Wiivr. GWYN & WEST, (SucccMur to Wo'trr IMtwyiil ESTABLISHES) 1881 REFER. TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE. REAL ESTATE. Loan Securely IMavcel at 8 Per Cent. Notary I'ulille. Commissioners ot lii-eils. FIRE INSURANCE. OFFICK HoulhraHl Court (Square. KTI.AN. MRUS.. Real Ktstate HroLcrs, And I Imeatment i Ascent. Offices: 11 St Irhurilv ill! Pultun Ave. Heciinil tlnur. HM.V7.S' l.7 l-OH K'UXT. J7R RKST. JrA A new N-rniini, 'j..i,rv Ii.iiim-, rviry mum ni.Tly itiirri'il. i;u ill wntrr, nm vnlfilt tui-niiM hiuHr iirirt': rMvlli-nl ariicHiiorliiM-iJ I'tliv reii.iiiuililr Inr lour ninlhii or liy tin- vtnr. ipt m umi In I.. A. l'ARvin,.T, Hull IMiitr llruk. r. llllV.1 lllf Nn. 1 1 M. I...U.I HiillitlKH. J'IIK RUST tv Htnrv liuu.r. Nn Hi'iilll Miitn Mtrirl. WH1 irlve MiMriiil 'll I. I'i'lil mir Will riiiilltiiir lit. tiiinliiiu lfiiHftiN ril Nu. Si I'ntiuli ll rllut. liin'Jl'ii r C. H. Clilil'liR. .'IIR RUNT. Mure ruiiiit, Nu. .il Hmitli MiiliiHim l. ami . ..unlliit. riiiiiii. ri.i.iiii.ii n Mivrn ill niii-e. A-.iily In Hililillf I RANK I.IH'lillKAN. W. 0. WOLFE. (vvr 3imi mci of the itioM Itctttiurul ItlotiufliientN and ToinhHtoucH juit rccrlvnt, from Ihr rhrnN-Ht l oialmtonr to tmndiomr MutiuniiiitN. I have mndi a gnat rrdiu tion In pi Urn, and It will pay you tn come And look at mv ntovk, whi ther ou huy or nt. Wanrnom Wolfi ItnlldniK, Court Htimrr. totr1os"&"Stherton'; I'HACTICAL PlumbcrM & TinncrH. HI.I'MIUNll, HI HAM AMI HAS IM'ITIMl. TIN AMI 11. ATI! KlIlll'INil. FuriiHcew and Mt-nU-rti. Jobbing Promptly i t AMcmlctl to. No. 4,iPatton Avenue, Opera IIoiihv ltulldliir luiaudhwiv notici:. Canned l'taclien. I Any iirrtnn wiiiiIIhk C. I'. Wlilt.i.n'ii l iin-; nnl Pniiu ran uhtulii thrin lit iiiIIIiih J li.iIi U'lili.un nl Nn. I L'tmrl lliiHNr. lonlHdlw C. I'. WIIITHDS. J?OR KA1.H. A hiniw nnil lnl eiirner KiiKir nml Vnlley trreU. I'nr iirliT iinil term. imiiH i I', A. CI .IMIMIrt, Innlmlll N. IH Li"! '' MISCELLANEOUS. KHTAMUHHKI) 187. W. C. CARMICHAEL APOTHECARY, 20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C. Wk no xot Hi:i.i. Chkap Duros, but WILL SKI.L vol Diti'UM chkai', nnd it .you don't believe what we say (five us a trial unci on con vinced. Our proscription de partment is excelled by iiont It is equipped with the best goods that money can buy from E. Merck, E. K. Squibb I'arke, DaviH & Co., Jno Wyetli & Hro., and from other leading inainiincturingcheiu ists in thiH country and Eu rope, whose goods for purity cannot be questioned. Pre scriptions filled at all hours day or mum, and delivcm free of charge to any part o! t he city. Our stock of Drugs. l atent Medicines and Drug gists' Sundries is complete and at prices that dety com petition. Don t forget thr place. .o, 20 S. Mam street where you will at all times be served by competent pre scriptionists. 18711. " " 'lHH! S. R. KEPLER, M!ALI!R IN FINE GROCERIES, Purveyor to intelligent and appreciative Asheville and American tannlies. palates and tastes of people who be- levy in good livingcannot lt lumbuggedby "Clieiip.lohn" goods. Cheap goods and tirst quality arc not synony mous, i nave in stock mid to arrive, all seasonable spe- lalties. comprising in part nuts, oranges, heinous, 'ranberries. Itaisins. I'igs, .Nuts, etc. M iscella ne( us ( In ice 0. K. ev Orleans Molasses. forta le us, i'rmie .New Orleans Molasses, for cooking. Ex tra tine Assortment oft 'rnck- rs. Fine Teas ami Coffees a specialty. Mince Mi'iil ('Kinlmi K: IHIworlh', mill ntliiT Imiiiils. 1 lu in I'nildiiiL', CmIi's "mil .Icily. Hi-. I'nsKil mill Crvstnlircil linili'i'. Sliml K(K-in kits. Hoc Ikrrinus nml nil ntlKT K""1'11 hi ikiiiiiMil lor the IiiIiiI.ivh. S. K. Kl.l'I.KK. z. '!u - o 9 7. 5 ? 5 It - I' i M i y. r 5 r v. . 2 K x r 5 - "5 i 2 A- -1 2 L.,HT. A itiur Chinchilla fivrreont, lu'twrrn tin AahrviMr Millmu t.'o. niiiLMr. Worlt v'H. itomn. iiiKthrrlvrr lirldr HiTd blaik ear nniiU and n pair of yarn Mlovrti. halt tolid. In lite iMh ki t. The (hitler will Itr tullfihly rewarded l iv retnrnltiK It to my ttuliher utiop. .laiiUU dA1 V C. MelNTIHIl. HTHIi'H AI.1. " I, hy vlrittr of thr power on in conferred hy it rrrtnln ilcnl In triiHt, csceuted ttyAU i iimlrr Mtaft nnd wile l.lrxlr, on thr 1 7th dny of tieptcmher, A l. Ihhp, nd rejilnured In Hiincomlir count v in Hook 17 of devil h nnd on pajrr 541, will Mil nt thrvnurt hoiiMeiloor ln Anhrvillr, N. Cm on Monday, thr IU dny nt Muieh to the hiuhent hiildrr for eauh a eer tain tract nl land known hh hit No. 4 on (he pint tnade ly K. M. Justice, nnd Hen nn the dint ol the city of Aihcvllle. For 11 ntorr 1 tir timlar description ore Hook 17, finite all, Hilier' nttla of Ituneonilar eottnty. Held In drfimlt of the pnyment of ti. mile of ftO lor horroweil money. J. II. II A.MI'ToN, jana dlt wMI Trailer. UK HAI.lt, New Walnut IH'.k, Ini'lliir tup, luilie cover, Ave draw cm. Aiilynl TIIIH lil'I'lc It Swannaiioa Hotel. I'lieicelleil eulslni. I Piipular with tourlNiM.riiiitlltiMiiiiilliiisiiirss men. j Itlietrli cum phhs tUe iliiur. RAWI.H HKim., frlililly Pmiir'n Cnlnrrlml l.H'uiiioiil In CHltlr, Ciinsi KK, l'a., January 22. Catarrhal pnriiiiiiiniii has develoHil iiiiioiik n herd of cattle lit I'den mid m-eral iiiiimiili Imvc iilremly ilied. The Stntr autlmiities have been notified. BY TELEGRAPH. THE LATEST NEWS BY WIRE THli KIH'l'ATIONAI. HII.I. MKT FOIt WKDNHHIIAV. The HouHe Pihmh I he Oklalioma Town Mile Hill and IMhcuhhch liver thlnit From Public nulld InKH to Convict Labor. Washini-.tun, Janiinry 22. SUNATK. The Semite resumed consideration ol I lie bill tluit wiih iHwiiniH.il yesterilny, to reiuire the superintendeiit of the census to ascertain what per eentiiKe ol the people own their lartus, the number ol' larins miner niortgiie mid the iimount tnereoi. The discussion was kept un for neurlv two hours, ioini lariielv over cnicstions 01 tne inrui, 01 stiver, 01 over pronuction I ..i'... i . I. uiui in Bii'iiiiiHiup Buiisuiieti. it. was par tieiptiteu in Dv Messrs. leller, Morrill ClrorRe, Stewart, Spooner, Vest, Hlair ciuiiid, tierrv nnd Kcnuan. I niallv. Mr Hale, ch.iirinnn ol the census coinniittee expressed his willingness to Iwive the hill recommitted, as suiiuestetl liv Mr. l eller. and his belief that that would be the licst ilispnsition of it. The conimiitee would then undertake to perfect the bill and would report it back at an earlvdav The ipiestion of recommittal wiih taken uv yens nntl navs. 1 lie lirst vote re sulted in ayes, il'i; navs, H. As this was no otiorum votiiii;. there wns a call of the senate, which showed til'ty-thrce senators present; some ol them paired, however. Then Mr. Hale proposed that the vote lie taken hy di vision, but Mr. Vest, who opposed the recommittal and wished the bill passed as it is, oiijecteii. I lie second vote resulted yens. W ; nays, 20; I accomplished bv trausler ol pairs, I ami the bill was recomiuiitcd to I lie census committee. The senate then look up the calendar. I lie Hlair educational lull havnm Iveen reached, Mr. Hlair demanded its rcmliiiL' lull, nml the Kecretnrv proceeded to read it. At the close ol the rcadim; Mr. Harris siiKKcsted that, as the bill was now properly before the senate and hud to Ix-come "unlinislied business," unless some other nrraiifjement were made by consent, the senator Irom Xew llampshirc should lix u daviutlie lulure. when it would become a special order and remain before the senate till final action. There were several senators now absent who desired to discuss the measure. .Mr. illair declined to loreo the advantages of the position which the un now Had, anil utter some discussion, t was arranged by unanimous consent hat the education bill lie postponed till Wednesday week. Alter the passage of some local lulls. and n brief executive session, the senate adjourned. IIOl'SK. After the routine niorniiiL' business the house resinned ill commit tee ot the whole the consideration of the (klahomu town site bill. The third sec tion, the only one rvinnininj; in dispute, was unaiiy aiiopicci. I lie committee ruse and tlie bill was passed. Mr. Mewart, ol l.corL'ia.lrom the com mittee on the judiciary, reiortcd a .bill niithurmnu the ntlornrv uenernl and sivrelary ol the interior to purchase two sites, one to lie located north and one south of the 3Uth degree of north lati- uile, mid to erect thereon ImildiiiL'S for the conlinenient of 1 nited States urison- crs at the cost of $5011,11(111, nnd appro priating $100,000 lor the erection ol work shops. Mr. llolinan raised the point of order. that the bill must receive the hrsl con sideration in the committee of the whole. The siH'iiker nverrulded the point ol order, and Mr. llolinan look nn apjieal. I lie decision ol tlie siicaker was suv mined yeas, 13; navs, 122. Then Mr. McCrearv, of Kentucky. moved that the house go into committee I the whole for the purpose ol consider ing the bill. This was agreed to. In the committee Mr. Holmes raised ihcpoim oi ornrr inai me inn was iioi m iiiecoui uiiltcv of the whole, but Cliaii iiian llur- iws, ol Michigan, held that the motion f Mr. McC rein y carried the bill to the immitlK. I In motion of Mi. Ounce, of Colorado, u umeiidmeul was adopted providing ir the purchase of three sites nnd the lion ol three buildings, the additional one to lie located west ol the Kocky mountains. The second section provides hut the convicts lie employed exclusively in the tnanuliicturr of supplies for the government. Mr. apinoln, ol .New lurk, offered an mciidment providing that convicts shall not lie employed in the manufacture ol uv goods or merenannisc that are man ufactured in any part of thr I'niled States. Keiected. Mr. McCrrary, of Kentucky, offered an iiu'iidmcnt providing that convicts shall not Ik' worked outside of the prison cn- losure. Adopted. Mr. Cuniniings, nl Xew York, ollcrcd un amendment providing that every- lung manulaciureil oyconvieli (hall lie branded "prison made." Mr. Knincs, ol .New tork, ollcrcd nn iiiendmrnt providing that the convicts I Ik employed exclusively in the iiinnulue- ure ol such supplies lor the government scan lie inaiiulacliired witliout the use fmaehiiierv. This aincudnient was ills- ussed ul some length hy Mr. Kains, Mr. I'liruuhar, Mr. Spiuola and Mr. Lans ing, of Xew York ; Mr. Pendleton, of West rgiuia, .Mr. llrcckcuriclgc, ol Kentucky. Mr, Iviiloc, of Tcnnssscc, and Mr. Morse, I Massachusetts. I he iinicnilincnt was agn-ed to, yeas, 104; nays, IIS. fending further action the coinniittee rose. Mr. McKinlev from thr coinniittee of wnys and means reported back the cub tonisiidmiuistralive bill and il was refer red to thccomiiiiltccnt the whole. Mr. Mc Kinlev then moved that lite liouscgo into oninultee, Mating tlial 'is soon as the oinnilttee wns in session he would move that it rise and l hat the house ndjoiirn. Hut this did nut prove salislaclory to the democrats, and Mr, Crisp moved uu ailjournmcnl. The speaker decided the motion lost, M.'l to HH.and yea and uuys were called. The motion to adjourn was lost yeas, U4; nnvs, loo. The motion then recurred on Mr. McKinlcv's motion tn go into committee; hut ns il was evi dent that the democrats would demand the yens and navs, Mr, Mckinley moved to adjourn, w Inch motion was tit 6.30 agreed to, The reason underlying Mr, Crisp's motion to adjourn wns that he feared that the coinniittee on elections might report upon the contested election case, Smith vs. Jackson, from the sixth West Virginia district, lie does not de sire, nnd in this lie lias the full support of the democratic side of the house, that any of the contested election cases shall lie railed up while the house is devoid ol any regular rules for itsgovemineiit, nnd is di'H'iiilcut only on the general purlin nicntnry law ns const riitil by the Siciikcr. A NORTH CAROLINA CASE. II Ih ilriore the Hupretue Conrt at Wattnlniclon, Washington, January 22. An argu ment was begun in the supreme court of the United States to-day in the case ot the Mate of North Carolina and W. P. Roberts, auditor, apjiellants vs. A. H. Temple. The case arises out of a suit brought bv TemK'l to comcl the Statt In pay $'.1,9(10 worth ot special tax hoiids'issued under nn net passed in 1HW1, and $5,500 interest . money. It involves the right of a citizen to sue his State and comes up from the circuit court of the United Stntes for the eastern district of North Carolina on n certificate ol division of opinion. In order to float bonds the S. ate pro vided for a levy of siecinl tax to pay the interest on them, and the statement ti. this effect was printed on the securities. Subsequently a law was enacted repeal ing the act directing a levy of a special tax, and the suit is brought on tin ground that this ripen ling act was un constitutional as an impairment of thi contract. It iscontended in behalfofTem pie that the tederal courts have jurisdic tion to protect a citizen ol thcSit,,7ii. tlie rights guifnnteed nun bv tht ...iciv. constitution from unconstitutional itctsol the State. The State plants itself lirinly on tne proposition that it cannot lie sue without its consent, which has not Ikcii given, bx-nolicitor uetiernl Phillips aim fc. I.. Andrews argued tlie ease n hehnlfo! Temple, and K. H. Battle repre seated the Suite. Attorney General Dav idson, of North Carolina, will speak foi the State to-morrow. There are several million dollars involved in the suit, whicl was to have lircn argued nt the last term out wns iMistponed owing to lustict .Matthews illness, a lull bench beini; desir ed to hear the case. The court is urettv nearly ccjunlly divided on the issue raised. UKAV WOI.VKS INFI-;HT MAINE, Farmerw and Lumbermen Terri fied and HporlHinen Huddened. llAXiam, Me. . January 22. The Maim sportsmen, lumlicrincu nnd dwellers on the northern Iroutier of the Slate, win have scoffed nt the reports that wolves Had again made their way into tin Maine forest, now know it is n fact. Tlie .'idtnittcd that game was being driven into the southern part of the State, but iK-lieved that il vas due to the invasioi f us hitherto undisturlH-d retreats bv the Canadian Pacific railway, Grav wolves have Iwrn seen in Maine this week ii good numlH-rs. and the limners in tin thinly se ttled regions in the north are al ready terrified, while the Sxirtsincn 1k lievethat their hiiiiting days are over. claiming that the wolves will clear tin State of game (pucker than fire. nines Kandall. n lumberman, started from his camps on Heaver brook Moiidnt to go to Washburn, .wentv miles a way. hen some miles from camp he saw un enormous gray wolf. Thcaniinal wasas much surpi iscd as the man, and made no movement, but looked intently at the in truder, livery moment Mr. Kandall ex- lecled that lie would set up a howl nnd ring the puck down upon him. lie had no weapons, but seizing n dead tree limb he threw at the wolf, which slunk into the woods with a yelp of surprise. The lumlierman returned to camp. A Child ICatcn h- a wild Hour. CiAixsvn i n, Tex., January 22. Agent Umau, who resides on Wild ilorscCrcck, Chickasaw tuition, tells n shocking story. A family ol half-breed Osage Indians named McMullcn had a little girl iiamul Clara, six years of age. She was leli alone at home n few days ago while the uiotlur went to the creek, a ouarterof a mile distant, to do the family washing. While she was absent a wild hour en tered the cabin nnd attacked the child. When the mother returned the Icrocious animal was just eating the last vestige of the little girl. The horrible scene caused the mother tn faint, and she re mained unconscious for an hour, when she wns discovered by n passing neigh bor. The wild hog escaped into the swamps when the neighbor appenrrd. carrying with it n part of one of the lit tle girl s lower liniiis. IIHptlHi'd In Jordan. Rev. f'r. Tnlinage writes from Palestine giving the following incident: "At Jeri cho I met un American, whose name I have forgotten, who asked me to baptise him in the river Jordan. So, one tine Sunday morning when the sun shone gloriously bright, we nsscmbled together on the banks ol the great river. I was clad in the white robes ol an Arab sheik. with n small crowd of interested people alsiut me, some of whom were Ameri cans. We tang together, "On Jordan's Stormy Hank I Stand,' which my daugh ter had copied Irom a livmu-lionk, and distributed. After this ll.r rite of im mersion was icrlorniid and we disband ed." A Heavy Fire at New Orleans). Xltw OKI. KA.ss, La., laniiarv 22. At 2 o'clock this morning a lire broke nut at Xo. n llorour street, spreading rnindlv and in a lew minutes thr upper Hour of thr liiui-story Pudding situated nn the southwest corner of Horonc nnd Canal streets, occupied by the Chess, Checker and Whist Club, were in llamcs, and the entire building and contents were soon destroyed. The total loss is estininted at $10,000, Thr Chess Club's loss will aggregate $l.i.00O, including the hhrarv furniture nnd fixtures, lutes liinneccv's coiifevtiinicrv on the first floor of No. 204- Canal street, was also destroyed. The loss is well covered by insurance. Anstlcl Alioul Hie Oelnicd f.rln. I.iimiiin, January 22. Thr National Line steamer liiin from New York lor London has now been out twenty-five days and then- is hardly any doubt in maritime circles that some disaster lias befallen her. The tears concerning her safely have been greatly augmented by the report niiide by the llrilish strnmer Creole, at llrciuiu from New Orleans, which, January Dili, saw a steamer's lile boat adtilt Is'iulng the iiiinie Kriu. The Creole brought the boat alongside and took from il ten ash oars and n must nnd sail. A lile buoy, n steamer' bridge and awning were also seen float ing near thr lile boat. In the Pone Itead T Komi!, January 22. There Is a wide spread rumor that thr Poie is dead. This apiH-ars to have ticcu caused hy the unusual nnd uuhioked lor announcement that he is in pcrlcct health and hns re ceived several bishops, A Knleluh Merchaul VhUh. Kai.kiiiii, N, C January 22. L. II. Adams, one of the oldest mid most prom inent merchants of this eitv made nn as signment to-day to W. il. Pace. The liabilities nrr reported nt $35,000, and the asset are estimated nt $70,000, consisting largely of real rstntr. BV A HTRICTI.V PARTY VOTK The Hons vnaeata a Democrat In an Klecllon Cast, Washington, January 22. The Presi dent to-dny nnminnted the following to oe postmasters: frank Mchols, (ireen villr, S. C; Jus. Sullivan, Harrisonburg .; Mrs. .Mary 5. Long, Charlottesville a.; John K. Moss, Henderson, N. C, Chns. W. Chillis. Marion. Ala. By a strict party vote the house elec tion committee to-day decided to report in invor oi unsealing jacKson, the demo, oratic rrpresrntativr from West Virginia, and declaring Smith, republican, the con testaut, entitled to a seat. This i the hrst of the seventeen contested election cases which the committer has disposed of, and it was the fust one upon which argument wns heard. Alter talking over tne case tor a time, the committee de cided that it would be useless to under take to dissect thr evidence taken, ns verul days would be ronsumrd in the process, and the memlier of the com- nittrr were well ncquninted with the neii ana leirnl points involved. There vill, of course, lie two reports, which, it is exccled, will be presented to the nousr to-morrow. Mr. Ditlzrll will probably set (i-rih the majority view, ...J l i Ml . . ,' - . urn .nr. v.risp win rcprrscui tne mens ji me minority, A SMOOTH CITIZEN. Arkanaaw Farniera Duped by an Aliened KiikIIhIi Nobleman. Littlr Rock, Ark.. Jnntinrv 22. A lieculinr land swindle was unearthed here yesterday. It appears that a man uiv ing his name ns Charles made his np- neiirancr in While county about six nonths ago. lie at oner installed limself in ihr good graces of the local ninister, thr Rev. I r. Chumley, and o him Charles confided thr' state ment that he was in reality an lin iitsn uoiiieman traveling incognito, i nd that he was the possessor of a for tune of fully $100,000,000, $ (.,000,000 ol winch was invcstei. in Hinniiighnm. I ne minister lell into the trnp nnd went with his new found friend t( Jttle Rock, where he introduced him ns n man worthy of rvrrv confidence. Churlcsnur- .-based three fine farms adjacent to this .it y, gained possession ol the deeds and igrecd to meet the sellers on neeitain lay and pay over the amount, lie failed to appear and the credulous farmers will ndenvor to recover the titles to their farms in the courts. OpenliiK of the Central Pacific. Sacramento, Oil., lammrv 22. A train dispatcher on the Central Pacific this morning reports the situation on that rond ns follows: favorable weather yesterday enabled satisfactory progress to be made ntnll points, and ii great deal was accomplished. The road is now open rom Sacramento to Towles. and east bound train No. 3 will leave Sacramento it midnight. The rond is own from I'rosiK'Ct Cut, about live utiles rust from rowlcs, to 1 ruckce with the exception ol a piece ot about n mile and n halt atCas- aoc, where the shells were burned last uinmer and have not la-en rebuilt. This section of a mile and a half ha not been worked on at all. There are thus left two sections of five miles mid a mile nnd a half respectively. Concerted to Judalara. Montgomery, Ala., January 20. Miss Kiln tiiiston, of HarlHiur county, has been converted tojudnisin. Misst.astun ih n handsome and intelligent young lady, about tweiitv-thrre years ol line. Her parents ure Methodists and she was reared in that faith. Il is now reported thnt she will lie married soon to Mr. Abraham 1-ehmnn, n young merchant of irecnville, ol Jewish parentage and lull h. Miss Gaston enme to Montgomery Inst Saturday. She was met here bv Mr. Lehman, who presented her to Rev. Ir. Ii. K Fischer, pastor of the Jewish con gregation, nnd ulter conlessiug conver sion to Judaism she was eonlirmrd in the faith. She then returned to her home in Harlmtir county, nnd her fiance went hack to (irecnville. Col The firlppe. Winsii'Kii. Man., laniiarv 2(. A band il 800 Indians on St. Peter's reserve, a lew miles out of Vinniieg, is bring rai nlly wiwd out, Indians air alllieted with la giipie in its most severe liirm. mil lieiug without prom-r medical atten tion the red skins iuickly succumb to the malady. In most cases it has iIchIoikiI nto lung diseases, to which they tire sub ject. Seventy-live iH'r cent, ol them are town with it, nnd il siccdy action is not nken by the authorities to send pin si inns lew will survive The Indians hiive never liefore been alllieted with n nialadv if this description, and have no idea how to treat it. Nellie lily on Her Way Home. Iiksvi'K, Col., January 22 II. Scra pie, passenger agent of the Union Pacific, at midnight received a telegram thnt Nel lie lllv would arrive at Triuidnd Thnrs- lav morning. There she will take a spe cial train over the Union Pacific for Coun cil llltills Tin I r uvcr. At thr UlulTs she take the Northwestern for Chicago, nnd at the latter place will lie turned over to the Michignn Central for Xew York. This change brings her via Ik-iivcr instead of going east on thr Santa fc from Trini dad, and will delay her about ten hour. ntrlke Mettled.' Sai.km, X. J., January 22. After n long and tedious struggle lasting five months the glass blowers lockout here has been settled and the fires are now started un der the furnaces of Craven Hro. For the last few days rumors of a settlement hnve be n current, but nothing definite wns dnnr until last night, when the firm scut lor the mowers committee and accepted their term. One factory will start I-ri- ilnv, two next Tuesday, nnd the other two ns soon as possible. A Nt. LoulH Hluae. St. Lot !, January 22. The extensive mill and workshop ol the Freeman Wire and Iron Company, located on Si. Clair avenue in east St. Louis, caught lire about 10.30 tins morning, ami with the excep tion of thr wnrrhotisr, in which there was a large amount ol inaiiulacliired slock, were entirely destroyed, The plant was valued nt $100,000, 'on which there wns $110,000 insurance. Thr work employed 200 hands and will br rebuilt at once. Natural Onn Kaploalon. PiTTsni ho. Pn.. luniiiirv 22 An cx-l plosion of natural gas about l).30o'clock ! this morning completely wrecked a three ' story frame dwelling' 011 3Hth street, 1 nenr Butler street, killing one prrson 1 almost Instantly nnd seriously injuring 1 eight others, two ot w hom mav die. nnud orrerliiita, Washington, January 22. Bond offer' lugs to-day aggregated 25,200; four and n-hnlls at lolSi all accepted. A FEW MEWB ITEMS, Brnzil is trying to negotiate a loan of 9iu,uou,ouo in i'aris. Dr. Adler, the chief Rabbi of Loudon, is reported ns dying ut Brighton. Thirty-nine Polish and German noble men have been banished from Russia, Missouri is putting very actively in lorce her recently enacted anti-trust Inw, Sptirgeon has had a relapse at Men- loue, ami uas cancelled all the engage ments he had made iu London, iwo primers in .ev lork closed a prolonged spree bv takini! poison. Thev were found 111 their room, one dead the other dying. Pettiis. the man who was killed bv Mrs. Suuthworth. left u willbeuueuthinu .11 1,;. 1.:.. ...:-.. 1.' .r .... e . m HIS Will-. 11 Is THli, mated at ti00,ooo. i.nsi year iti.'.inio nassenirer wer earned on the New York elevated roads. and it is said not one was killed. This is snler by far than the dirt road. The great powers give no eticouraire- mcnt to Portugal, and being left alone, the ifovcrninent yields every point. But llic ijeoole continue t-l 1m -ri..lintlv rtla. satisfied. t Indianapolis on the 21st a neirro limped 011 the trout platfoim of a South- side street car, fatally stabbed the driver, -eiziug his money box nnd esrnK'd in the darkness. Hon. Snmiiel I. Raudall was admitted to membership in the Metropolitan Pres byterian church. Washington Citv. nn Sunday last, and Mrs. Kandall wii ad mitted liy letter to the same church. On the 20th ten smtnre riiriied vessels came over thr bar at Soulhport, bound in h uiniiigion mr ouiwuru cargo. 1 his is t ie largest number of that class ol esseis known to nitvr entered nt one time. It is said thnt the Prince of Wales, nc- omiiamen liv the rrincess nl Vn n m, I'rince Oeorge. will visit Canada nnd Xew York State in the sprinir Then w- shall hnve an epidemic outbreak of An. glo-nianin. In St. Johns. X. P.. lohn Gnrlrv and hree children were burned to death bv the house taking tire. Gnrley made thrrr ttempts to rescue his children nnd dti- ished in the Inst. His remains were lound with his head burned olf and a hild in his arms. The woman who threw herself from the roof of a fourstory buildingin Xew York few dny ago proved to he Mrs. Edward M. Henderson, n lady well educated, nml had Ikcii well off, but reduced in circum stances, nnd driven to despair bv want nnd inability to find employment. Four street accidents occurred in New ork on Monday, a ladv beinir run over in one place, a carriage smashed bv a street car in another, a gentleman nocked into the gutter bv n passinc vehicle, and a mnn caught he t ween a car nd a ran, and badly crushed: but nn one was killed. It is said that $5,000,000 in boirus sil ver dollars, closelv rcsemhline the coin. age of the United Stntes, are in circula tion along the Mexican frontier, manu factured by Mexican coiner, with verv exnet reproduction of the genuine coin, Willi per cent. 111 silver. Fourteen million, seven hundred thou sand silver dollars were removed on Monday from the Philadelphia post office building to thr vaults of thr United States mail. Thr removal wn rnn- iicted under the escort of h hrnvilv armetl guard. The return for four months on the South Carolina phosphate beds show that 8,"i,0NH tons of phosphate was taken from the rivrr beds during that time. As the Slate gets one dollar royalty on each ton, she has added he neat little sum of $S."..(IHH to her treasury. negro entered the house of another negro hviugat Central. S. C.,nt nighl.und tried to carry off the 1 year old daugh ter of the latter. The indignant lather red Iwo shots at the kidnapper, hittinii him each time, mid he wns curried off by is Iricnds in a buggy left sttindimr near bv. Near Callcttsburg, Kv on the 1st, a baud supposed to be moonshiners broke into the bouse of constable K. M. Long and riddled him with bullet. Thev Iso indicted deadly wounds uiion Mrs. Long. The constable held warrants against several moonshiners, nnd they re prckiimsd to have anticipated bis ac tion. They do things diAetently in France. When the successful con pet it or of itilnngcr ascended the tribune to nddrrss the Chamber, hr wns hootrd own by thr lioulnngisls. Then the adcr of the hooters wns taken mdily out by the military, The scene wns renewed three several times. Then the Ilouhtngist all left the chamber in a body, and thr obnoxious menils-r pro ceeded with hi speech. Cnptnin llenlv. of the United States revenue stenmer Hear, is in trouble at San Francisco. He is charged with ex cessive cruelly to seamen under hischnrge. One of his punishments, frequently re irntrd, wns "tricing up," which consist ed in shackling their arm behind their bnck. running a rotie through the irons, nnd thru by a block and tackle fastened above, lifting them until thrir tor touched the ground, the whole weight of the body being suicmlcd on the distor ted arms. Another Oldeal War-Home. Dr. Crnighill' "Old Jack" wns publish ed ns the supposed Inst war-horse when he shtillled off his eipiinr roil, This turns nut to br a mistake. Thr Staunton Vin dicator says thnt the "old Miss Ida," which wns ridden through the war bv Hcnrv lidison, Jr., without n scratch, is now in her tbirtv-Hlth year, nnd can jump 11 five-rail fence clear. She i in gook health and spirit, nnd, from pres ent indications, mav live for several years to come Lynchburg Virginian. Real KNtnle Tranalera. J. K. Ray and wife to the Ashe ville Mission Hospital, land on Fust st tret $ 5,00 B. F, Rnwls mid wife tn L.A.Fnr iiihnlt. hind in West Asheville.... 450 Mnrv II. Tnvlor to thr Falls of Neuse MnnufnctiiringComnnnv. land in lluncomlie county 10.00 M. F. Steven to T. X. Stevens, land in the township of Ashe- villc 10.00 The tJrlp at Quebec. CJi'ttHKC, January 22. Influenza hns iktii so prevalent among member of the Uuebec legislature that no serious work has been dour in thr house to far thi session. MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. GRANT. Ph. G., Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Apothecary, 14 South Main St. The 0IJ Yvnr has drawn to a close, ami with the beginning of the Sew Year we wish to thank the public for their putroimge and recognition of our efforts to do our full duty. We are fully con scious that it is to them that we owe the unexfiected success of the past year, in which our busiiwss has been more than doubled, and we can only regard it as a new evidence that our business maxims ate such as to cause our customers to have confidence in us and attract those who are cautious in dealing with any I'hurmacist until they hare become fully assured of the nature ami extent of his business principles. In out dealing with the public we realise that the most scru pulous cure and honesty are paramount in importance. If these are virtues in all ordinary business transactions, they become sacred duties in Pharmacy, and without them no one ran be a true Phar macol. The health, maybe the tile, ot those dealing with the Apothecary de pends upon them. He consider it our most sacred duty to shun adulterations and spoiled as well as inferior drugs. They constitute an evil from which Phar macy sutlers no less than the public. The evil is not a new one, inaugurated in late years; it has existed as long as there were men whose cupidity was stronger than their sense of justice, and it will doubtless continue as long as there may Ite men with conceptions of business so vague that they expect to purchase gold for the money value of dross. There art no other moral principles required for transacting a Pharmaceutical business than are necessary for any other business. I "nwavering integrity that remains unin fluenced by the visions of gold along the road of questionable or deceitM prac tices is the only foundation for success thnt is worthy the name; it is so in even- pursuit, and more particularly in Pharmacy, where as a matter of neces sity it must lie combined with constant vigilance in all directions, so as to secure all possible safeguards. These are the principles which we have endeavored to live up to, and to which we trust our increasing success is due. We hope our former pattons will show the same kindness ton aid us in the fu ture that they have in the past, knowing that no action ol ours will ever make them regret a continuance ol their fa vors. Yours truly, J. S. GRA.XT.rh. C., Pharmacist, 24 S. Main St., Asheville, .V. C". WHITLOCK'S Special Announcement Tor the Year and Seanon of 1890. We invite the attention, of the Ludien to our elegant Htoek of Dry Cioods, Funcy Goods, NotioiiH, Underwear, nnd Hortiery, Ontemeri GIovch, Foster Gloves, Driv ing Gloves, Hiding Ilutfl and CnpH, PlurheH, China Silks, FeltH, and all styliHh niato- rialH for fancy work. We are cloriing out the bal ance of our Flush WrnpM, NewinnrketH and Jackets at ow prices. We offer bargains in Wool Blankets, Underwear and Hosiery. Remember that we have moved all Gents' Furnishings into the Clothing department nnd have now the only com plete Ladies' department in sheville. The Clothing department adjoins the Dry Goods store, and we offer special induce ments to buyers of Overcoats and Suits. Our stock is tlie 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 goods not in our stock, with out risk to purchaser. WIIITLOCK'S, 46 & 48 S. Main St., Corner Katie Block. in r utlataa.