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-J, V. THE DAILY CITIZEN Delivered to Visitor, la any part o the City. One Month Hue. Two Week., or lea 20c, THE TliATTV CITIZEN, BOARDING, WANTS, Por Kent, and Loit Notices, three Unci or leu, 28 CcnU for each Iniiertlon VOLUME V. ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1890. NUMBER 248. MISCELLANEOUS. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE CUTLERY, SILVER PLATED WARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. J. H. LAW, S7i 59 & S. Main St. Wholesale and Retail Supplying Hotel a Specialty. JMPONTINO AND till VI NO IHKKCT PKOM MAKIiHS, I CAN lll'I'I.ICATK PRICKS OP ANY WHOI.KSALB IIOI'HB. gl'KC'lALi DKI'AHTMKXT I'OH JKWKLUV, ART I'OTTKKY AND SILK COO0S. ALL AK1! ASKI2UT0- CALL AT LAW'S. FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CITY LOTS. Tly oriter of the owner I jmt nrmnlf on thrrr yearn tint, only a tiinall amount of cah wanted, 60 1aX on Catholic Hill, 1i1rm... mountain view, only 5 minute from the court houwe, at from 75 (0150 Kacli, AcconlinK to niir nmllm-Atlnti. Worth tlituMr And three ttmrn the money. Uilietnl advance tumlr to improve the lot. rUK hai-h 3, 1 nnn room nouwn, wen tiullt. with nreplHcen.iMi mum- hill.HprotH'rty ni nirurrn ana ternim 10 nun ine pim nawr. Knlendid oiiiMiriunitv for rwonlc of moderate menna to occure or to build a comlorinltlc home. FOR OR TO HI? NT 11 1nw tt'fie- tneiit huudri, t'J and N rotturvttHviively,nn Bjtide treet. Welladnpted for cheap hot I or oonrthnu houe. Mml lihcrnl term Krontrd. IMiitm n ml full particular with J. SI. CAMIIKI.I., JanU d3m Real btate Dealer. WAtTKl B. Gwyw, W. W. VKT, GWYN & WEST, (8acce.ors to Walter B.Owyn) ESTABLISHED 1881 REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE. REALISTATE. Anm Securely Placed at 8 Per Cent. Notary 1'uhile. Commissioner. oIlHed.. FIRE INSURANCE. OFFICK Moultiennt Court Nquare, OKTLANII HMO., Real Estate Brokers, And i Investment Agent. Office.: 341k 34 Palton Ave. Mrcoail floor. lehndlT IVAXTS A.W FOK h'liXT. An active man ivn l.tticral Halnn to iK'rtnn nrntly represent an Asem'tallon hit'rMirnlcl to .utnily, at cn-onrrnilvr pri n. Kettrrnl ner rtianilir'ant nil hind of nrtirlrw f.trhontrnnil family i.e. In each small city, lnun, vlllnirr ami rural district, "iinno ntrinlH-rs. 1'nl.l ui rrrtlnrntr. SI nil, lion In cii.h. (.'milt wi ll rated- Reference, e.chilliurri ltntlrc Co- 0ieratlvc A..Hlnttnn, il.ocn is 17ii N. V. I n. IniiUx dl II OAKI-KM8 W ' NTllll Nice room and hI hoard at rrnnnnlle price at ha vinru inn mi, lanUH dUw ? ChIUkc inct JfOR RKNT. fire fnrnUhrd room. uitntilc for hotiw. kecplnif. Cloud location, near cur 'Ine Apply Jim if A lw IAH HimrM'T HT pOR KKNT. A new K.mnm, S-torv notir, every I room nliTly pnprrrd. Imhm. watrr; con vettlrnl to court hone Miinrv: rurllrnl nrttfhoorhood I'rln rvnwumililr for lour month or by the year. Mply ' once to L. A. PARISH). I. T, Kcnl IM.iU- Mrohrr. lan'JS Htf No. 1 1 McLoud HulMlnn. pOH KBNT. Mvitorc honr, No. Hit Houlh Mitln street, Will Nve poeMlon lt Frlmmry. Will rtm finite the ilumliini buoinea at No. 9H I'atton avenue. JanWadtf C. H. COOPItR. ?flR RUNT. More room, No, (In Mouth Mnlii.lmt, and i fro ofltc rount.. 1'o.wMton Klvrn at oner. Ahtily In mnl dlf PKANK I.OI'nilNAN. LT- A Blue Ohlnrhllla Orrrronl, lirtwrrn Ihr A.hevllle Mllllnv Co. anil Mr. Virlrv'.,rro Initherlrer limine Had Mack rnr iniiir. and a pair of yam fflovr.. knit ohd. In Ihr packet. The Amlrr wilt lir.Mlinltlyrvwtirilrd by returning It to aiy buu-hrr .hop. janJJ dnt l C. MelSTIHK. polTSBNT, Threa room. In lifivatr famtlv. .ulfalilr for tluhl hnupekeriihiK, lnamu.tdr.lralik-inrt of tnt- elir. apiiiy at l.nJOdat Tllllt ol'I'ICH I)LUH WANTIIIi. A rar load of Cholnul Polra, an. nn and anlerl lona. J H IIIXIIV. Mnnnuer a.mlhrm llrll Telrihnnt t o. JanJildai wtll JHUBTHir kAI.H My ylrtue of a din d of tru.l ruiulrd to mr h A. P. Lane on Ihr M7lh day of Miin h, I mho, to wi ura thr tmvmrnl of a note nu n tlnnrd therein, .aid drill tirlnw iliilr mil trrrd In the NrKl'Irr'. other ol llunronilie county In Honk in, pane XJ l iti rreiird.. I will aril fnrcaoh In the hluhi .i Mil. drr at the court hotiw door In A.hryllle on theSHthdnv of IMirnnry, latin, ihr hmnw and lot mentioned In .iild ilr.il of Itu.l, .itu led on Hrpot it i ret, near I'alton avenue. Thl.Jaa, 37, 1NU0, A. T. Bl'MMItV, Jan3Ndt til Trii.lre. J?Og BALB. A hnu streets. and lot earner Knule and Valley Por orlM aail lerm. antitv to JaolU dU I . A. kl MMin'ini No, 111 Legal lllmk. MISCELLANEOUS. KSTAHLIHHKI) 1874. W, C, CARMICHAEL, APOTHECARY, 20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C. We DO NOT HKLh CllKAl DltniH, but WILL HULL YOl uiiriH niKAi', and it you don't believe what wo Ha.y uive uh a trial and be vxm- vinced. Our prescript ion di1 tiartinent is excised by none. It is equipped with the best Koous that money can buy from K. Merck, K. H.Suib), I'arke, Davis tXc t;o., Jno Wyeth & Hro., and from other leading inanuiactunnj;eheni ists in this country and IOu rope, whose goods ftr purity cannot be questioned. I're- scriptions filled at all hours, lay or night, and delivered free of charge to any part of the city. Our stock of Urugs, Patent Medicines and Drug gists' Sundries is complete, and at prices that deiy com- petition. Don't forget tht place, No. 20 S. Main street, where you will at all tunes be served by competent pre- Hcriptionists. S. R. KEPLER, DKAI.KK IN FINE GROCERIES. Purveyor to intelligent and appreciative Asheville and American families. Palates and tastes of people who Ih lieve in good livingcannot lie humbugged by ( heap.lohu goods. Cheap goods and first quality are not synony moiis. I have in stock and to arrive, all seasonable spi cialties, comprising in part I" nuts. Oranges, Lemons Cranberries, Haisins, Figs, Nuts, etc. Miscellaneous Choice O.K New Orleans Molasses. for ta hie use. Crime .New llrleans Molasses, for cooking. Kx- tra fine Assortment off 'nick ers. Pine Teas and Ctiffees a sMH-ialty. Miiitv Mt'fit (iiinliin & I ilvrtir. ami iitlur lirnmla. I'Iiiih I'nililiiiK.CiiU 'ii I'niit Jelly, cti-. I'ri-KM'il nnil Crmtiiliil (tiniji'r. SIiiiiI Kiie ill kiln. KiH'hi'rriii)-. mid nil other kmkIii in ilrintmil lor the lloliil.iva. S. K. KklXliK. .5 1 i. t c t. 4 ? v e s n 3 e n r K 0 0 0 0 - ? I" . M v. - 1 1 c o - . k x 1 r 2. - c " C 1 5 c c s - t i p() LOAN. I oihi to loan on llnitH'In.. rrnl r.mtr. nn3ii:tt TIIIMiil'I'K'U. ,(IK HAI.lt. An Arlon Ununre I'lnnn, himhI a. new. Will lie Mild rhrnp. The InMrtitm-ttt may lie wn ill C. I'alk's music .lore, North Mnin .treet. r. i-a i 1 1 .-i, Jnn'JAdll Adin'rof Kdwnrd Wrddtn. r HUHII OVMTIlKN. I Ink. nlrnsnre In nnnounrlnu In the tinlillr tluil I have received arvrrnl Imrrrl. of l'rh Httrll ilv.trr.. A. I am the only one who han dle. Ihrm I advise all to call early. Vrr re. Ihh'IIiiU.t n. ii. simrss, JnliyTOUl a (iH,n (). F. 1 1 AG KM AX. iih(ki-:k. A.'tinTHindent to Dormi tk Wrlglil Co., 1.1(1., 10 Wall Kl., New York. ftTOCKH. OMAIN, PHIiVINIONM, I'HTMll t.llt'M ANII COTTON. Private wire to Near Vork and CIiIiuko, Continuous quotations, actual ilrllvery Kiinrantred. Moorn. S and 4, No, It Patina Avenue, 'an I d An AfMlgnment. Nohnoi.k, Vn. Jniiuary "7. H. K. An ilrrsiin At Cn.,defilt r in dry goods, made tired of trust to-day. The liabilities amounted to 142,0011. BY TELEGRAPH. THE LATEST NEWSDY WIRE THAT INMUI.T TO PROCTOR IN MIHHIHHI PPI. It Ih DlHcuHHed III tlte Henate Ve. trday and by Many Prominent Heiiatont The Haunt Introduce Kill) and KeaolulloiiM. Wi.iiiiington, Innunry 27 SliNATB. The limine bill tusiniplil'v the laws in n.' Iittion toJtheenlleetiuiiMl'ciiKtomti revvmie wna tescntetl, iinfl on nintiun nf Mr. Morrill, onkred to he printed and re ferred to the tin mice coniiiiittee in order, us Mr. Morrill Btutetl, tlmt it may be considered to-morrow by thntcommitlee. Mr. Hoar presented the resolutions adopted nt a mass meeting held recently in Tretnont Temple, Huston, on the nul jeet ol'the cruel deiirivutionol'tliccoloreil people of the riunt to take pari in elec tions in some of the Southern States, lie read the Hulistaiucof them, ami had them relerrcd to the committee on privileges and elections. Among the bills reported from thr committees, find placed oil the calendar, was the Hale bill, I unbalance tckarrniilieil Saturday, I further, to increase the navul establishment ol the United States. Mr. Chandler presented the views of t tc minor. tv sikiicu by uimsell only. He said that there were other dissenting inenilHTM of the committee, but they had not signed his report. The following lulls were iiilroiluccil and relerrcd lly Mr. Hale To require the siiicrin teudeiit of the census to ascertain the iiuuiIht of H'oplc who own their farms hikI lionscs, anil the HiiHiuntol mortgage, indeliteilness thereon. Hv Mr. Chandler l"ir the election of a monument to Mat hew l-ontaiuc M.inrv. of Viruima, Hy Mr. Coekrell To rcm-nl the silver coinage bill ol Kebrury 1!M. 1M7M, uud to iciiiiire the purchase un! coinage ol live millions iier month in standard silver dollar. .Mr. Cckrtil respccllullv re iiiested the litmncc committee, to which the mil was relcrreii, to take immiiliate action upon it, find to report it hack to the senate lor its nclioii. I 'ii motion of Mr. Call, the adverse re port heretofore ninile troiu thccommiltcc on foreign rclnliousin regard lot he estab lishment ol a republic in Cuba, was nlaccil on the calendar so Hint lie mnv iicrcallcr address the Semite on the sub ject. the resolution lierrlolorc ollered In Mr. Chandler, calling on the nttornev general lor the reirt of the I'nited States tuarshal for the northern district of Mississippi, concerning the inal-treat meat ol Henry J. I'fiiince, nt Aiicritccn, Mississippi, was taken up lor cousidcru tn in. Mr. Wnltlml addressed the senate. It could not Ik- luissiblv pivtended, he thought, t hi. t congress bad itnv juris diction of the subject. It had been re lerrcd to by the distinguished senator lioin Kansas, I liignllsl Inst lliuriulay in his, Walllinl'! nltseucc; but from rcndiiig the rcHirt of the senator's re marks, lie saw that lie Una eonimenlcil on the Hanging lit citigv ol beiretary Proctor, ut AlHrrdern, anil nn a most brutal findoutrageoususiuiiillcoinmitted on a eili'.cii named in the resolution, from what he, iWallhnl.l had heard ol that itllair, he lelt warranted in saying that it was simply the wanton conduct of (I lew icroti disapproved liv the comnitmity in which it oevurreil. lie knew thin community itiumntciv, nut he had never bclorc heard of the larson conivrned in that munifc. 8ieaking for himself, and reprtscnting the semi- incut of the ieoile all over Mississippi and of the South, he condemned uu iiualiliedlv and unreservedly that miinn;e on the stvrrtary of war, and on a ciliieii named in the resolution. Mr. Ccoruc sixike ol the resolution as unpnridleleii in the history of legislation in this country. It wus n simple, Isild priiKii.ion to place on the rvcoids ol t lie senate me n iHirt in a t nueii ainics marshal, acting as n dcicviivc; while there (iii-jht la,' some excuse lor that i.Hicial iuicrmeildliiig in tin ninir with winch lie hail no legal authority to in termeddle, there was no excuse for the senate, eoiniMiMil olablc, discreet, and he hoiieil lair ininiled men, for calling such u document trom a pigeon huletiith Ii-partineiit of justice, and iligiulymg it as an official iliKiiincnt. lie nskeil the sciialom to pause, to slop, to think what thev were doing, lly the courtesy ol I IK attorney general be (George) had Ihvii lurtuslH-tl Willi n copy ol the marshal. reMirt, and lie had no objection to have it read from the clerk's desk. Ilendinitlrd that the lacts hud la-en correctly staled bv the senator from Kansas the other day, irrhiip with n little coloring, and he had no hesitation in declaring that the transaction demanded by the legislature of the Slate of Mississippi, nit curly reparation to the mini who Inn! hern thus iiinl treated. Mr. Chandler opiaisril the resolution. mid declared thai he hail not seen the re port ,liul he had heard that t here was such a reMirtiiinl hadollrred I he resolution. He had done so lalieving limit he report was one which it was the province ol the sen ate to call fur. He uuilcrsiooil that the iiltiirney-getiernl, hrnrinit ol the outrage, had directed the iiu.rsliKl to lunkc a re Hirt, mid that the marshal had done so in pursuance of that insiriif lion. II the nltoriirv-gciicrtil and I'nitud States mar shal hnil Ihvii doing wrong to the Suite of Mississippi, the senate o'lght In find it out, and it would find ll out by the adoption of the resolution. If the sciuitr wns not only to be taunted wlw ii wroims ol this kind vVcreeoiiiiuitlcd by Iwiug nak ed: "What nre you goitiglo do nlamt it f you cannot lu-lp vonrsclvesi t heion.litii lion dor. not allow you to punish wrong of that kind," but win also to lie told by the senntor from Mississippi: "You have no right to impure, and you dare not in quire into out rages ol this sort on n citi ten," thi n indeed hail the senate fallen on wolul and Inmetilable tunc. The debate wns then continued by Messrs. Ingnlls, Hoar, Spooticr, Wilson of Iowa, and Keagati. The resolution went over wit bout ac tion. Adjourned. IIOI'SI!. Among Hie bills mid resolu tions introduced and referred were the lollnwing: lly Mr. Illanrhtiril, of Louisiana, a resolution directing the committee on rules to incorporate in the rules a provis ion for thccalling of t lie roll itiunnhntcly niter the chaplain's prayer anil for enter ing nil Ihc journal Ihe nnnics of the ab sentees, Hy Mr. Overt, of New York, lo In- err use the rfliriency of militia. IW Mr. Wise, of Virginia, for a public liuifilinif nt Mnnchrstrr, Va. It v Nlr. Ilnrnes, of Cienrgin, making the tuitcd Stales Arsenal nl Augusta, Ua,, an nrsennl of manufacture, construction and repairs; also to refund the cotton tax; also tor the improvement ol the savannah river. I)y Mr. Kelley, of Kansas, to jiension the widows and orphans ol the people killed for political purposes since the close of the late war. Mr. McCrcary, of Kentucky, asked unanimous consent for the immedinle consideration of the lesolution calling upon the President for copies of the cor respondence between this country and Hrnzil relating to the recent change in the government of Brazil. Mr. Hill, of Illinois, objected, and the resolution wns referred to the committee on foreign affairs. Mr. McCrcnry offered a resolution de claring that the I'nited Stales of America congratulates theix-ople ol llrazil in their just and peaceful assumption of the powers, duties and responsibilities of sell government; that the republic of Hi'.uil is entitled to exercise and -niov the in ternational comity, and the helicals ol all rights, privileges and advantages under the existing treaties; that the Uni ted States of Brazil is recognized by the I'nited States of America as a free, sover eign and independent republic, and l hat the President shall give proicr notice of this recognition to the President of the United Stntes of Hrnzil. Referred. Mr. McKiuley, from the committee on ways and means reported, and the bouse without discussion, passed the bill amending the tariff net of IMS!), so as to impose a duty ol hit v er cent, upon silk ribbons. Mr. McKinlcy and Mr. Cnrlisk madc brief statements to the effect that through nn error in the net of lsya, rili- nons nan neen admitted nt twenty rt cent., warrens ine iiireiiuou Had been to impose hftv per cent. Mr. Lclilbaeh, of New Jersey, from thr committee on civil service retorm, ollered n resolution reciting that charges have liven made tlmt the civil service law has licen extensively evaded by the commis sioners, and directing the committee to investigate these charges and examine and report upon the practical working of the system ndopled. The house, in committee nf the whole, proceeded to eoiisulcr the lull nppropriat- "I ,'," M. mr i nc crcvuun oi iiiree United States prisons, mid lor the im prisonment ol I nitrd Mutes prisoners All iiinrndinent was adopted providing uuu prisoners miner twcniv venrs ol nuc shall not lw associated in' coulinenieut with those ol older years. A lonir discus sion ensued, and then the committee rose' and reported the bill favorably to tin house, and it wns passed yeas, 117; navs, lo. One of the prisons is to be located north, and aii dlicr south of the 30th, degree of north latitude, and east of the Kocky mountains, the third is to lw loca ted west of the kocky mountains. The motion was made lo reconsider thr vote by which the bill was passed, and also one to lav this motion on thr table. (n the latter motion no iiiioruin voted, and Mr. Ilolman, having raised tins iKiinl, the House without further ac tion nt 5.30 adjourned. A republican caucus was announced to lw held this evening at H o'clock, UUDHTONK AND TAI.MAUK. Talk Itetwcen I He l.ltoeral Lnosssoar and the llrookl' n Ulvlne. I.ixkkishii., laiiiiary 20. 'irTiiliiinue tool; luncheon and svnl the afternoon with Mr. (Wndsloiic. at Ilnwarden cas tle, to-dov. Mr. i;irnUi .mi. Imil graphed the Brooklyn divine yesterday, Cray conic to llawardeu to-morrow. Dr. Tnlmnge was mx-ived very cordially by the ex-premier, and the two fcinlc nien had n long talk on religious and political ipiesliniis. Mr. (jladstoiie said : "Talk nuoul ipirstMins ol t!ic day, there is but oiicini slion. and tliat is I fie gosiel. It can i.ud will correct every thing needing correction. All men nl the head of great movements lire Christian men. During the ninny years I was in the cabinet, I was brought into associa tion with s'xty iiiaster-iuin.ls, and nil but five ol them were Christiana. Me only hom lor the world is in bringing tov ni.o.ii.1 .lnun iulu eoiiiaei wuu oi vine revelation " Then placing Ins hand on lr. Tal- tnai'e s shoulder. Mr. t. biilstoiie warmlv eulogized the diKlor's Christian zeal null expressed Inn great gratification at the marvellous iiuhhcitv uivcn to lis str- moiis, which are now distribute I in nil laud mid rend in nil language. Alter IiiiicIicoii the ucntlemeii Imkeil nnns and took a wall: over Mr. Glad stone's van estate, its pifpricior com menting lovimjy on bis wonderful trees i. though they were human I ring. Ii' then iiupiired eagerly if American paid liroicr ntteiiliou lo tree culture uud war incased tn learn ol the nrourcs ol arlkin culture. Dr. Tattling)1 nskeil Mr. I'lladstone il the cause of Irish home rule would I victorious. Mr. Gladstone briuhtvued i.p and resiMiinlcd emphatically: les: wiicn next election come," lie eontinueil: "ll seem to be a dispensa tion of Cod that I should be engaged in the battle. At my time of life, 1 should lw resting, I never had any option in these mailers. I dislike contest, but when Ireland, mite the refuue of pcroe- ciited Kiiglishinrii, showed herself ready to adopt n riyhlcoti constitution unci do her lull duty, I hesitated not n moment lo esMiuse her cause." .oucemiiig America he said: "No one outside of the United States is hound to love it more than 1 am." Pointing to numerous hcuutiliil uilts from America he said: "K very where I have practical expression of I lie tender thotigiilfulnrs anil kindness ol the Ameri can M'ople." Inwards evcinnu. when luddinu Dr. Tfibnaue Inrewell, Mr. Gladstone pressed into his hands somrlHtoksmtd pamphlet eonttiiiiiiig autographic iumriptions, and also n eopv ol las own Latin rendering of his favorite hymn, "kock of Ages," and said: Oive my hmlicsl reunrd lo 1'rrsideiit Harrison, and express to Mr. Illnine my deepest sympathy with him on account ol the loss of his Ixloveil son." Man') Colloii Review. Nkw Yokk, Iniiunry a7. The Sun's culton review says: I'litures declined five to ten Points. with LivrriMiol showing less buoyancy. Krccipts larger mid longs training pretty freely, both lor foreign and Southern ac count. Speculation, though still large, was not so active, nor so cxeilcd ns Inst week, Soul hern market were rat her less active on smt, but in some cases were MOiiisc, Incher. and in New Or leans, though price declined, option trading wns active. Cotton spot on owniug wns firm. Mm, Morrla Acuullled. Khiiisviu.k. N. C. January li7. (Spe cial.) The jury In the Morns ease, niter iieing out thirty minutes, returned a ver dict of "not guilty," Public opinion noins trie same as at first. A TERRIBLE WRECK HEVERAI, PKRHONt IN INDIANA, un - The Train Jumps) a TreHtle Many l.lveH I.OHt and Cars) IteHtroyed Tlie Cam H-ln lo Bun. and Scenes of Horror Follow. Indianapolis, Intl., January 27. Train No. 1, on the Motion route, which left Chicago Sunday niglit at 1 1.35, was wrccitcu huh morimiiJ at i.iiu one mite above Carniel, u village sixteen miles north ol tins city. The train was run ning at n rapid rate i.nd was approach ing it long trcstk- across Wilkerson creel; when the tender ol the e inine lumped the truck. The engineer reversed bis engine, but before the uir brake could cheek the siced of the train, the locomotive mid hagguiie car had cleared t he trestle, but the slcetwr ond smoking car went I'vcr in ti'e creek, hoth trikinv nre iilmost imme diately, and being consumed in a remai k- ul)ly snort time. 1 hose wh.) rseaiH.'il un. injured busied themselves in digging out ine (lend and injured frotit the wreck but Iwforc this could be accomplished the heat of the burning cars became so intense they had to withdraw. As far as known at this hour the lollowing are me Kiueo alio miureii : Killed Mrs. Uiibank Broad, Ripple, lud., burned ; two children of D. ft. Old ham, Sheridan, Ind., burned ; mi unknown man, who tiled soon utter beuiLr rescued Mrs. Lizzie i-'itzpulrick, Indianapolis, is missing mid supposed to nave occu burned. Injured M. Ii. Ingnlls, president ol'the Hig I-'our System, Cticiii'inti, iuiincil about hend and .'.rms; Iiiui leer Schow, Indianapolis, serious; Juli'is I'earsoi. Sheridan, Intl.. serious ;j.V. L. Clark, West rield, Ind., commercial traveler, em in forehead; Express Messenger Munger, bndly hurt. Ch'ic.m.o, January 27. The Louisville. .New Albany and Chicago railroad is the one known as "Monon" route, on which the accident near Carniel. l,ni.,is reporie.! in the dispatches this morning. Addi tional particulars of the accident add two more veo.ncn to the list of killed, while the list of injured will probabb' be in creased. Up to noon the names of ihc two additional killed have m.i Ue.i as certained, flic engine got clear ovd tin trestle, Ihc cars immcilinicly uexi to i toppling over nn t;n incline" mid t'.kii.g fire, whether from lamps or sn.ves ii:i not ye! 'wen afcci uiincil. The No. 2 train a rivim; on the scene of nivide.it shortly (ilt.-rwnrds, ihe dead and wounded wee put on hoard and taken back to Indianapolis. The wrecked trtiu was not a vestibule. Nearly all ihc Killed were in ns'.vKT, which was ainonv. the first of the el. rs to take lire. Four ears are almosi tolidlv consumed. The total casiudi lie tire six dei. I and nine teen injured, among whom i.e.- several who are seriously Inn I and lil.elv to die. Investigation recoils thai the incident was due to the s.ireadini' ol the rails about 1511 lei I Iron' the trestle. The -i- imiring of this section of the ir.ici ..is done Siiturdnv, AN IMPORTANT IIM'ISION. The Jiicl-.ic-.il,riliel'niU-il MiilvM Circuit Court Af1lrmt-l. WASiilMiiox, lanuary 27. lusliiv Hradlcv to-day deliveivd the opinion I the United Slates supreme court aiiirni- ing the jiiil-'meut ol the Uniled Stales circuit court, lor the eastern district ol North Carolina, in ihe case of William 1.. Christian el. al. apH llauti., versus 1 In Atlantic mid North Carolina r:'lro.-ui company ct. nl. This case is of ir.ipon niicc, not only in the amount of money directly Involved, but in the amount in directly involved, mid thciinpoi t.int con stitutional (pics' ions divided. HI late, a niimlwr ol cases iuvolvi:,k the (pieslion of the liibilily of a Sl..le to Iwsued have Ikvii brought laiore the su preme colli I, notably il.c linns c.ic, iVoin l.nnisiana, in which il is said Ml.olio.- 0(10 are mr dved, mid another Nort:, Carolina bond ease, involving Irom live to leu niilhoii dollars. Ihc Siale l North Carolina subscrilwd f r Sl.o '.r.,- tint) ol capital Sim'k ol the Atlantic and North Carolina railroad compioiv, or ganized lor the purHise of building r railroad trom Beai'loit to Goldsboro. Bonds were issued bv the Slate to raise the money for this s'lH'k, mid the Suite not tmlv pledged hs public faith . is a sc- curilv lor the redemption of ihe bonds. but in nddition pledged r'l the stock held bv the Stntc in the railroad com- pauy. This pledging : ct i Is i provided that miv dividenil which inpv lw de clared on stock held bv the Sti le sh; P lw applied lo the i nvmeiit of interest ..c- citiiug on the boiiils. But until such (liv - idenils may lw declared, interest on the bonds wns lo lw paid out of the public itioney ill the Stale Ireasuiy. 'I l'c St . e received certificates for the stock snb scriU'd, mid was represented nl tin . uvt iug of the slock holders by prox,,. Christian, a cili.en ol Virginia,' lu ids tec of the IhiiiiIs issued by the State, find i.c there had lair m. imcrisi paid suae IHI1N, he sought to have the bin ds de clined a lieu on the st ck owned id d held bv the Slate ol North Carolina in the Atlantic and North C..roliu.'t rail road company, mid i.lso up,,i. all divl (lends that may lw (Iceland on ihc stoeP until the bonds issued, Mnl the interest thereon, are redeemed by the Suite, lie lira veil that all i loncv's .livable as dividend on ti e stock be paid to the iMiiiilhuldirs in payiinnt .if interest due them, mid tlmt it the divi.'e 'ils w insnl- lieietit lor this purpose, thai a sale of stock held by the Slate iwiiullii iizedaiid a receiver apiintcd. The railroad com pany, It president ami director iwrsntt- ully, the proxy rcprcseiiliii'. llicStateaud the State treasurer were all made parties to the suit. The Slate of North Carolina, sit ; Na tive Bradley, is the only party reallt eon- corned. The whole proceeding i virtu ally ngniust her. The object ol'the suit is in get possession of her prowrly to scipicsler Iter dividends I it any there may lw I and to eoniK l pavmeiit ol them to comtilaiiimits, to seize mid sell railroad slock of which she is ju sole possession. Though it lw true that the bond holders have a lien on dividends on slock, il is not a lieu that can lw euliiivcd without a sail, and that a suit against the State. The court is of the opinion that the State i mi iiiiliicusahlc party to any proceed ing in ciptity in which' ii proiwrly is sought to lw taken mid subjected to pay ment of its obligation. The judgment of the lower court is therefore ullii incd. A Miormy Pussmte, I.oNiiiiN, Jnmiiiry U'. The Allen line steamer Mauitoban, Captain Johnston, Irom Boston, January 10, for Glasgow, arrived at (ircciiock to-dav. She reports having ex perienced very lieavy weather, during which she was severely damaged throughout, The seas boarded her, car rying nwnv her deck nntl Hooding the saloon. Three hundred head of ciilllcshc had on board were either killed or swept overboard. A I'-KW NKWS ITIvH. Aliss Isabella Leete, of I'ayetteville uir eigni years past a nussioiiary at 1 ir kio, japan, is now on a visit to her old Home. A telegraph line has been completed between I'ayelteville and Wilmington along the west bank of the Cats.' F'ear river without touching a railroad. The body of bunker Jiitmnn, of Phila delphia, whose disappearance on the 1 1 III of lleeeuiber created so much ex citement, has been found Homing in the Schuylkill. Captain J. W. Hemic, of New Orleans. n well known naval officer ol the Confed eracy, died al Meridian, Miss I Satur day, of pneumonia. During his service he had ciimmauiled the Honda, the Georgia, the Clarence and the Webb. On Sunday morning din ing eoulirma- tion services in Si. lohn's lipiscopal hiireh, Philadelphia, nil ntitinrciitlv de mented young man rose from his ' seat, presented a revolver, and lired al Bishop Whittaker. He missed his mark and was ipiickly ariesied and secured. II. H. Paul, a well known vimim niiin of llaltunore, was run away with bv a spirited horse he wasdriving. The horse ran into n team coming up, and young Paul was pitched violently forward and impaled ou the shall of ihe other vehicle and died soon after in great agony. George H Lotinsberrv. late cashier of the New Vork Citv pos'lomcc, committed suicide when about lo lie arrested for de falcations traced up to him. His thefts amount to at least HI. 'Hill. He was ap. pointed to Ihe position he held nv Post. muster James lu General Grant's adiniii ist ration. In Wilminuton the hi'ckstcrsare selliim line hard eaoliagc, new crop onions, let tuee, spinach, el-.., all grown in the oiwii air m the truck gardens ill the vicinity a regular, and we suppose a very pupil' lur, winter crop, Suiicol the heads ol cabbage weigh ten pounds each. Truly this is tiiiiitis tiiirtihtiis so far as it has gone. A gang of neuro men at LcxiiiL'ton. Kv., have Ikvii caiiuht in their misdeeds. have been discovered lo have Ik-cii en gaged in systematically robbing the Height ears of the Cincinnati Southern ripboad, a pari ol the gang throwing oil alualile merchandise al a cc' lnm noim where il was secured and secreted bv an other part of the gang. The Canadians are charged with hnv g stolen two hundred million feet ol 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r ,- from the .Minnesota lorcsts, tin urea'est pine IkIi in that State. Thev lloa. ed tantamount through the Lake ofthe Woods Inst year. The theft was facilitated by the fact t tint the il lerna- ional boundary wi st from Lake Siis rior to the Lake ol ihe Woods is nearly an all water line. There are four Montana senators pre senting their claims for seats at Wash ington. Il has Ikvii ngiccd by both par lies that the credentials ol none of them are regular, and the mal'.er will lw re ferred back to the Molilalia legislature at its next regular meeting. This will throw the npioinlmcul of senators upon Governor Toole, iletuoera l. Bui the leg islature nice' again in the lull, mnl the pro tern appointees willholdoiily a short tunc under his commission, The shad nre running up our river. They usually post pone their largest run until the first of March, though caught Iwfore then. But they are now in such quantity that the regular busbiess ol seining can lw Is gan at once. An old Sshei ni.iii at Wilmington s.ivs lie has never Iwfore known such a ruii in Janu ary, and predict a veiy great rim this season, lint wc also notice that the run on ihc pockets is ns great as usual, 75 mils to SI. in I a pair Iwing asked, which is very high on the water side. The trail of M n. Cora Mav Morris' charged with causing the ilea ill ol l:ci hinibaml in August I. si by the applica tion of eh'orotoriu to him while sleepiut:, Iwgmi at Wciilworlh, loiekingham county, ou r'lidnv lasl. llcr counsel me Messrs. Mebaue ,N: Scott, mid Mr. K. H. Glenn. Mosrs, Hoyd tS: Johnson, unil Keid tS: kcnl are assisting Solicitor Se jli . The cute is tiied Ik-Ioii Judge Merrimop. The ease is ll scus.ilion.,1 one. We c niciulicr only one similar lo it. Mrs. Simpson, ol' I'avcttevllle, was tried nt the spring term of Cli "iVi'lntuI comity court ill I Soil for iiilmiuis.eiiiig arsenic to her husband, Ale:inder Simpson, in the ireious NovciiiIht. She was ac ipiillcd. THAT VtOHI.II'N l-'AIR. 1 lie t oitiiulttt'e AlW'OiplM to Por iiuiliiie u lllll-oil.er NoIch. W.ishi. i.iox, January 27. The sub coininil ee ol'the siKvial honseeommitlee on the World's Pair was in session lor nn hour Ibis morning engnueil in carrying out instructions lo formulate u bill pro vidiiiu lir holding the fair in 1 '.!'.'. The Chiei go and New Vork bills were used ns a basis lor the new bill, and such sections ns are acceptable lo allot tin eoniwling cities were arranged in a pre liminary uinmicr lo form a rough draft ol the s'lb-coiniuittcc bill, Mr. Hills' resolution to increase the me mlKTship of the World's I'air commit tee troiu nine to thirteen, mid itistii'eteil i) to report to I lie house ill I luce davs. wns discussed lor n tew minules tliis iiioriiiug by the bouse coinniituv on rules, but wus allowed logo over with out lie' ion, upon Mr. Camion's state ment that there wit no reason for haste in its disposition. The committee then turned its intention to the new code ol rules mnl progressed so far toward it completion as in indicate a report to the house within n day or two. HiiriiioulKliiu; OlHiiitrveineiil. Pkmii h, January 27. At the meeting of the old C zeeh ineinU'i s of the diet yes terday llerr Sehoncykal, leader of the German parly, announced the unani mous acceptance by that parly of the agreement arrived at by the German Czech coiilirencc in Vienna. He ex pressed the wish thai the result of the conference would conduce to the peine and welfare of the common fatherland, llerr Sehonevkal afterward intended n meeting ol the conservative laud owners and was cordially received. llerr Kieger, leader of the old Czech's, and Prince S.'hwurscnhtirg were present al n meeting ol the German tticmlwr of the diet ou Iwhalf of the conservative laud owner, mid they too were accorded a warm reception, xnitKernlloii Corrected. Coi.i miii s, (in,, January 27. A SK eial dispatch from 0K'lika reporting a collision on the Columbus nnil Western railroad, lis telegraphed from Birming ham, proves to have Iwen badly exagger ated, Henry Smith, fireman, lif thiscily, wns the only ktsoii killed, mid no one else was badly injured. MISCELLANEOUS. J. S. GRANT, Ph.G., "i I'liuadcipina Course or I'hurmacy, Apothecary, 94 South Main St. 77jc OhI War litis drawn to a close, unil with ihc beginning of the .Yew Year wc wish lo llinnk the public for their imtrunngv nnil recognition of our efforts to 1I0 our full ilntj: We nre fully con scious tlmt it is to them that we owe the iijcvjceief success of the pnst year, in which our business has been more than tloiiblctl, uml wc can only regard it as a new evidence tlmt our business maxims lie such us to cause our customers to Imve confidence in us mid nttruct those who nre cautious in dealing with any I'hnriniicist until thev hare become fully issnredof the nn tu re and extent of his business iirinciiiles. In out dealinn with tlte public we realize that the most scru minus cure und honesty are paramount in importance. If these are virtues in nil ordinary business transactions, they liecome sncrcd duties in I'liurmacy, ami without them no one can be a true I'har mmist. The health, maybe the lite, 01 those dealing with the Apothecary de-IH-nds upon them. lit consider it our most sncrcd duty to shun adulterations und spoiled as well as interior drugs. They constitute nn evil from which I'har umey sutlers no less thnn the public. The evil is not a new one, inaugurated in lute years; it hus existed as long as there were men whose cupidity wus stronger thnn their sense of justice, and it will doubtless continue us long ns there mnv lie men with conceptions of business so vague that thcyexijecl to purchase gold for the money value of dross. There are no other moral principles rcipiired for transacting n I'hnrninceuticul business than nre necessary for any other business. I'nwavering integrity that remains uniii llueneed by the visions of gold along the rond of tpiestioiiuhlc or deceitful prac tices is the only foundation for success that is worthy the name: it is so in very pursuit, and more particularly in I'liiirmucy, where ns a matter of neces sity it must lie combined with constant vigilance in nil directions, so ns to secure all possible sutiguurds. These me the principles which we have ndeuvored lo live up to, und to which wc trust our increasing success is due. Hi' hi ipe our former pat 1 out will show the siiine kindness tow mil us in the fu ture that they have in the pnst, knowing that no action ol ours will ever make them regret n continuance ol their fit- vors. Yours truly. J. S. ONAXr.t'h. C, Vhnrmncist, - f S. Main St., Asheville, X. C. VIIITLOCKS Special Announcement for the Year and Scaaon or 1890. Wc invite tin nt tent ion of t lio Liulii's to our flcunnt tot-k of I)r,v (iooiIh, Tnncy dooils. Notions, UnuVrwenr, mnl Hosiery, (Vntcmcri (Hovcs, Foster (iloves, Driv ing (Jloves, liitling lints nnil Cups, Plushes, China Silks, Felts, ami nil stylish innto- rinls for fancy work. We nre closing out thehal- ance of our Plush rnjis, N'ewnuirkcts niul Jackets nt low prices. We offerlmrgnins in Wool Itlnnkets, Underwear nml Hosiery. Kenienilier that we linve 1110 veil all (lents FurnishingH into the Clot hingdepnrtnient anil have now the only com plete Lmlies' ilepiu'tnient in Asheville. The Clothing depurtnient ndjoins the Dry Goods store, nnd we offer special induce ments to IniyersofOvercouts and Suits. Our stock is the best in the city. Our prices the lowest. Dunlup lints, Manhattan Dress Shirts, Mother's Friend Shirt Waists nre our specialties. Specinl orders solicited for goods not in our stock, with out risk to purchaser. WIIITLOCK'S, 46 & 48 8. Main St., Corner Baglc Block.