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LTHE DAILY CITIZEN B0ARDIN6, WANTS, THE DAILY CITIZEN For Bent, and Lost Notice, three Delivered to Visitor In any part of the City. 1 3 linn or lea. 3d CcnM for each lnertlon. OOne Month ROe. Two Week, nr less ...35c. VOLUME V. ASHEVILLE, N. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1890. NUMBER 269. MISCELLANEOUS. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE CUTLERY, SILVER -PLATED WARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. J. H. LAW, J7 99 6 Main St. 'Wholesale and Retail Supplying Hotels a Specialty. I hi PORTING ANf 1 Hl'VA'O DIRBCT I'ROM MAKBRS. 1 CAN t't.VI.ICATB PRICKS OP ANV WHOLK8ALB IIOL'SK. .SPECIAL liKI'AKTMKNT FOR JKWELKY, A FIT POTTERY AND HILK UOODM. AUUAVB ASKKDTO- -CALL AT LAWS FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CITY LOTS. Hy order of the owner I nut on a'eon three mra' time, only a mall amount of caah wanted. 60 I-ota on Catholic Hill, ftnlraind mountain rlew. only 5 tnlnatc from the court houac, at from 7S to 150 Each, ArroTrllnjr to die and location. Worth rlnuhlc and three time the money. Liberal advances made to improve the lot. FOR HA LB 2. 3 and room houaea. well built, with lire place., on same hill, a nmiirrr.r at gurre and terma to auit the purchaser. MpWndid opiioriuniay for people of moderate metal to secure or to build a comfortable feumc. FOR SALS OR TO RBNT 2 lanre tene- enent houara. I2tlnd H mom respectively, on finale atrrct. Well adapted far cheap hot. I ttt boarding houaea.- Moat lilieral term! grantee). Pinna andfull (articular with J. M. CAMPHKI.I-, Jan d3m Real Batate Deal. T. Wilt B. Owvn. W. W. WnT, GWYN & WEST, (oeceHor to Walter B.Owyn) ESTABLISHED 1881 REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE. REAL ESTATE, Loans Securely Placed Per Cent. at 8 Notary fabric. Commiaaloner of leeda. FIRE INSURANCE. orriCR aoatHeaat Court (Square. 0TLANb BROS., Real Rotate Brokers. And 1 Investment t Amenta. Olf.ce! ta 26 ration Are. Second floor. fcbOntv WASTED. QOaVoRRS WANTBll A fcw hoarder' will he received In n Vlra'nia family, la a pleaaant and healthiul location. Adjaceat to pne arove Home onifort. Apple SO BRARUBN AVKSl'B. tu31 4 fri aua tn BOARDEA8 WANTED. rlrtla accommodation! In every mpect and pleaaant location. Addreai or rail at t ItBARDRN AVBNl'B. fct31 dat Near Academy At. R SALB. One of the moat valuable hultdln lot In th. cltv. On Haywood atreet, over OO feet front. 205 feet hack, apleadid eletntinn, 00 yard from trrct ear line. J. P. KKRR. JOTIBB. Raturday, February 22, b'ln a legal holi day the Rank, of the city will be closed. Pnr tie are reqayetcd to anticipate all paper matariat on that dav. W. It. PBNLAND. Cnah'r. tR. RASKIN, a.h'r. AWKbNCB PCLLIAM, C a.h'r. JfOR RBNT POR OPPICRS. Roar of thnoe fine room on the second floor of No. SO I'atton avenue. A'an one tare room on th third floor with high cell ing, aultable for club. n M. L. McA PKR, 1 rustre. (thai dlw Room . McAfee Block. DRESSMAKING. t desire to Inform the ladle that I am now prepared to do all kind of Orcsamnklnir for Children and l adle. Keep up with all the late' styles Hone to receive the tntronnc of the ell; HIT. All shall be pleased tn atylc and Respectfully MARY A. CRtlflB, 3a Pattoa Avenue. fcbJOdtw R tALB. An Arlon Bqoar Plnno, good n new. Will he sold cheap. Th lntrum-nt may he seen at C. Palk'a mask atore. North Main atreet. T. W PATTsN, JanSd dt Adm'r of Bdward Weddin. Henlance ml lbs Navaaaa Klolers). BaLTIMORR, February 20. The Nn- vatsa "rioter" were sentenced thin fore noon. George S. Key, Henry lone nnd Edward Smith, convicted or murder, were lentrnccH to be hanged March 28th. The fourteen men tried upon charge of manslaughter and convicted were sen tenced to term in the Mlmny (N. Y) penitentiary ranging Irom two to ten year. ' , Daralasr of a Calbollo Cnarch. ALBANY, N.Y.. February 20. St. John's Roman Catholic church at Orcenhuah wa burned to-day from a defective flue. All the vet t menu were destroyed. An addition, coating $35,000, wo com pleted luat night. The dnmnge wot 78,000. It wm insured fur 142,500. When r mnn knows that he en n not jret out of the mud hla nest impulu it to towntT MISCELLANEOUS. ESTABLISHED 1874. V. C. CARMIGHAEL APOTHECARY, 20 south main street, asheville, n. c. We do not sell Cheap Drums, but will bell you drvoh cheap, and it you don t believe what we snv trive ur a trinl nnd bo con vinced. Our prescription do pnrtment is excelled by none It is equipped witli the best goods that money can buy from K. Merck, K. II. Squibb I'nrke. Dnvis & Co., Jno Wyeth & Bro., nnd frtim other lendinc: matiuiactunnKcliem its in this country and Eu rope, whose (roods for purity rnnnot be questioned. Pre scriptions filled at nil hours tiny or nitnit. nnd delivere fi-ee of chnrije to uny pnrt ol the city. Our stock of Drugs. Patent Medicines and Drug gists Sundries is complete and at prices that defy com petition. Don't forget tin place, No. 20 S. Main street. where you will at nil times In served by coinietent pre- scriptionists. 187'J. 1889 S. R. KEPLER, DBALBR IN FINE GROCERIES, Purveyor to intelligent and appreciative Asheville and American families, ralatcr and tastes of eople who be neve in good iivmgcannot tit humbugged by "( 'heap John" goods. Cheap goods ami lirst quality are not synony mous. I have in stock umi to arrive, nil (seasonable spe cialties, comprising in pan rruits, Uranges, lemons. Cranberries, ltaisins, Figs. Nuts, etc. Miscellaneous ( hoiceD.K New Orleans Molassi's.forta bleuse, I'rimo New Orleniih MolasscH, for cooking. Ex- tru line Assortment of Crack ers, r ine 1 eas and I otlees a specialty. Mince Mrntt Gordon & Pilworth's and other brand. I'lum I'liililiiiR. Calf 't Foot Jcllv, etc. PrctRcd nnd Crvdalia'i Ginger. Shad Roe in kit. KnclU'iringt and all other good in demand for tin llOIICIdVI. a. K. Kivi'Ui-.K. II. REDWOOD & CO. We are showing a very handsome line of FINE BLACK ; and attractive DRESS MATERIALS, (new arrivals). All grades, especially the finer qualities. in new nnd desirable wears nnl fabrics. lso a nice line of Colored Drews Materials in all Qualities For early Spring wear. II. REDWOOD & CO. Dry Goodi, Fancy Good, Not ions, Cloth ing, Shoe, Hat, Cap, &c. A full line of Ziegler Bros.' Shoes for T.ndies nnd Chil dren. NORTHERN $$ Seed Oats, KENTUCKY GRASS SEEDS, ETC 1,000 BuRhels Red Rust Proof Oats. 1,000 Bushels White Northern Onts All of the best quality and at price so low that everybody ran buy. Also a full line of all kinds of Rtnple and fancy Orocrric. Pro visions, etc., fnr city nnd country trade. Don't fall to tc me before buying. A. D. COOPER, North Ride Public Riiunre. F, W. VESEY & SON, FLORISTS AND LANDSCAPE GARDENERS, Orrenhntisr. So. At Chestnutstteet.h tween Nor tn Main sud M.rrimon. Cut F owrrs. Beddl Plant., Hardy Ro ra, te., etc. I.av out grnunda, drive, and wa ks, make and plant beds, border etc. Pruning f ult tree- and shruhherv a penalty. Plenar cull on us or address ua through the mall. All BY TELEGRAPH. THE LATEST NEWS BY WIRI THR DEBATE ON THE PRO POKED WORLD') FAIR. Two BIIIM rrcaenled-SIr. Caiid Icr Make) the Opvitlnir Addrcits and Makesatirand Bpeech-Tht benate baa a Warm Hcmtlon. Washington, February 20. SKNATF. The resuluuon hcretolorcoucreu hy Mi Chandler calling on the attorney geneni ibr iiilormution n to the intHnsmnuiioi at Ouincv, Fin., of W. U. Satindcr. I'nitttl Stuir deputy nmrihnl, was taken ti nnd Mr. t'aaco resumed bis remarks ii regard to it. tie sent to the clerk's dexl md had read various documents, new paper articles and pr iceedings ol uublu meetings, denunciatory ol tne conuuc jnd character of the Uiiiiel States court nnd it officers in the northern district t i'lorida. These representations (he said ) inijjln end to throw some liubt on the cnusci ratlinjr up to that sad uffnir at Quillet . lie knew nothing of the matter hiniseli. nut he din know that Swiuiidcr had nl fudv exhibited his unfitness for theuffio vhich he held. If the killing of Snuuilcn .vas the result or the tacts and circtiin anuccs disclosed in .he ikt read, thet he senate ought to have nil causo .vhich had led up to it. The rcsponsiliil ly of Judge Swayne, Marshal Mmll an .lirk Wulter ou;lit to be ncrtniii''cl, it hey had been shown to be connectti viih a partiitan proMcution. The great trouble in the case was tha he principal law breakers were offievi i the court. These officers would linv. o lie compelled to olx-y the In w, to rccoj; .izc the the statutt'S ol tliel'nitcd Smtci. . lie v would have to learn 1 1 wit the nil niiiistration of jtislic hail to lie bnc iin the Inw ot the kind. Whenever tlf nurt in Florida bnnislied partisunsliii mil ndininiRteiCtl justice fairly thcrt-wouli tc no diAiculty in having its writs nm ummons rvaiiccied by the people of i'loi- ida. In ctincltision he offered an nmenilmrn .irccting the attorney general to tutorii lie senate also whether any efforts hav en mnile by the department of justio ti correct the action of the olliiers ol th' ourt which has resulted in partisan ju its, matlc up mainly from one xlitki .arty, and ii so, to report the same t .he senate; also directing the nuorui'.i encral to inlorm the senate whether h mi any information of an ofhi'inl ktui .vritteii by Marshal Mizcll directing tin inmts of "true and trinl ivpulilicans" t ic lurnishid for jurors of the I'niK-i -tales court, and what action tbctlepart nrnt of justice had taken in rtlirciue t. onimunicntKins of that character. Mr. Ilawlry followed with a tirade o R-rsonnl abiisc on Mr. i'asco and tin liscussion was continued by Messrs. .'all, i'asco. Hawlev and Chandler. I-inally, Mr. tall movid to reicr tli 1 solution to the judiciary coniiuittit flic motion was rejected by a vote o eas, 17; nays, 21). On motion ol Mr.CliandltrMr. I'asco' imendtmnt was laid on the table, yeas .'5; nnys IS, uud the resolution culliiu. ui the attorney general lor itiloriiiatioi s to the assassination .if Mr. Satimlvt vas agreed to without discussion. Mr. Illair then began the discussion o he educational bill. He declared thai he Catholic masses were in favor of tin nil. They were for five schools. Mosi il the creates! and Inst ot the CntholU ouhlic men were for the bill. At tin loscol .Mr. isiair s spcecn Mr. t-uuiKiiri ibtnined the floor to speak on the bill ind'thc senate at 5.30 adjourned lib to-morrow. This was the eighth 1a f Mr. Blnir s opening nmument n tuoDort of the edncnti mal bill, lit commenced it on the Sth dav of Feb ruary, but there were some days when, by reason of the senate going into execu live session, he wus prevented from con tinuing his remarks. Exclusive of the re port to-day, the speech has filled seventy nine pages of the congressional record some fifty-six of which consisted ol thi pniiers that he had read, nnd tables that he had inserted. HOl'SE. Bv spccinl order, to-dav was set apart hy the house for the oiriiing oi the debate on the report of the committee on the World'sKair. The nublic evidently entertained hoics of an interesting dis cussion, ftir the galleries wen well tilled with spectator. 1 lie attendance ot t lit memliers, when the speaker's gavel called the house to order, was rather scant. But the members present were evidently busily engaged in preparing for a strug gle which is to settle the question n to whether the fair is to be held in IHO'j: and if so, at what place. Mr. Candler, of Massachusetts, chair man ol the )ecinl committee on the World's Fair, was armcii with a large roll of manuscript, presumably his speech, but he found little opportunity to glance over it, ns lie was beset on all sides by the members who wished him to allow them a tew moments to discuss the teport. Not ninny of these nppliia- catious were grt nted, however, as most of i hem had already ken allotted. The usual preliminary routine business wus transacted by the bouse with a show ol importance. Mr. llouk, ot icumsscc, I om the election committee, gave notice that n xt week, immediately niter the disposition of the West Virginia election case of Atk inson vs. Pendleton, he would call up the Arsansus case, oi reamcrston vs. V-atc. A messnue Irom the President was re ceived relative to the Sisselon and Wuh- petnn Indians. Mr. Morrill, of Kansas, presented a conference report on the senate bill to increase the pensions ol helpless soldiers. The agreement makes the proposed in creases take effect Irom the date of the uaasnse of tin.' bill or an issue ol a stu neon's certificate. Mr. Moin.ll explained that the bill involved an txpcndituicot $-t00.-000 or $50,000 Ibr this year. The re port was adopted. Mr. McMilhn, of Tennessee, raised a point ot order that the luir bills involved appropriations untl should Ik considered in a committee of the whole. Mr. Candler, of Massachusetts, cx- 8lnined how time was to lie divided : ne hour to the chairman, himself, nnd onr hour to each of the tour contending cities. To-morrow the opponents of any bill were to have one hour, anil the re mainder of the day was to be divided be- ween the representatives ol the lour cities., The speaker, referring to Mr. MeMillin's point, thought lliutthe speciitl tinier had Chicago or St. Louis or any oilier West the elltct to render unnecessary any mo- crncity; lor we know that the growth titin to go into commune of the whole; ,i ,.n..ritv .,i ov ..- nnrtiT ...... i. I U . M-VlllM.. .. .. nuu iivii iui. ..v t.iiiiiii iuvh n vuiiiiuijr Kansas CUT Tender Beef Can be purchased at all times from Mur titt'B Mltt CO 1 MttMl view lie had read a decision made in th Forty-ninth congress embodying hi pinion. Mr. Kilgorc, of Texas, rising to a poinl .r !.i t! i . ii uriicr. iuu ine ieiniiiir on, wus out luuiormng the government to go inti . i... i : it.. . i p. n i-,. tin- itur ijubiiii'pb. iiv uicruiorr rniKcntii1 iiiestion ol consideration. A tlivisio .vas had and 138 members voted to con oder the fair bills, while but 21 nirmlx't voted against the Siecinl order. Mi Kilgorc made the point of no (pioruii nit the clerk hnd meanwhile liecn quiekl .Hunting the members who did not vol, So the speaker overruled the point, aw he Siecial order prevailed. Mr. Mills, of Texas, demanded half , the time in behalf of the opponents of tl , ill, and said that the presiding tiffin -houlilin fairness recommit' theopponrn if the bills during half of the time. Tl.i 'peakcr replied that no doubt the exei talions of the gentleman would be rem zed so far ns they were in accordant . it h tnc views of the chair. Ilcprefrrrn ha; an arrangement be made. Mr. Cat Her offered to give the opposition t lours, but Mr. M..!s di. not think tin vas luir division. The speaker sui mat tne question was two loid; first, ui t) whether the lair should be held, nm econd, at .what point. The chin nought that the debate should be s irranged ns to give the fullest inform: ion to the house upon the points it tl -ired tohearcxplitiucd. No iirranuemcii nnving Ik'Cii reached, Mr. Candler toi. .he Moor and oiencd the dclintc. II .aid thnt the country could afford tn b iroud of the rivalry between the ton ities. They were w'orking for local ii crests, but they were also animated b he spirit of patriotism. The lair use .votiltl be an honor to the United Stan vherevcr held; each of the lour citii votiltl do its best, The committee had presented two bill ne adapted to New York, Chicnuo ato St. Louis, nnd the other to Washingtm Ur. Candler took up the first lull nn xplainctl its sections briefly hut sin .'intly. He said thnt the govcrnnit't .vas to lend its aid to eople, to diunil tnu give national recognition to in :rcat national event. The only nppropi ttion asked uiidtr this bill was n una ne to defray the exK-ncsof the go', 'i nmcnt exhibit and display of works t ot. It bound the government in u vay to fiiuineinl oljliation. There wi. in proposition, direct or indirect, in th Jilt to sii urc n dollar from the goven ncut for any pur)ose not clearly state, ly the cxK-ricnce of the past" bench' 'fun opposition to x-ople in nn etltiei onal way could not be (questioned. Tl .'ovcrnniciit should tin us pnrt. Ye. Iter year appropriations were made n he representation ot the I'nitcd Stnt, i foreign expositions and the goven lent should do a much fur its ow it'oplr. The committee asked for a uti ion mm n halt tor the government t nkcenre of its own. The governmei mid not do less to sustain its diiniil flic strongest incentive to action was tl uiliviilual intvresi, hut there was sum innii more in the composition of ti ivcr.tge American, something that in Ned linn to tlo whatever lie lnono.li viiultl redound to the glory of tl nuiitrv. Turning to the second, ( w nsl ngtonl bill, he said, that il differ, rout the tubers in thnt the lair lie voultl deiiend, not upon the poind. uliscription. but upon funds raised I -he district government upon three p vnt tioiuis. I ne p'occcds reccivcil tro' ickets sold were to io, not to the stix'l loldcrs but to meet the bonds issue' It was supposed that the chairman the siccinl committee was the only men H-r not commuted, lie nviieveil, that i verv phase of the sullied whether th a cognition of the serviecs of the grea liscoverer or from uny other p.iase, i secinrtl pronr that at the close of 40 rears elapsing since me uistovcrv oi tin jreitt continent, we should enll the at lention of the world to our eoiidiii"ii Inviting by the government the iroplci. the world to visit us nnd study on resources, would surely lie liemfici.i Kepnscntiitivcs of labor nnd of capita men who were seeking to lielter thri iinilition, ami men ol all classes, I hem come to the I'nitcd States and sc whut we had to oiler Althouuh th- eentcnninl exhibition wns started ii loiibts and fenrs; vet ten million iieoph visited it, uud its cost was repaid thin hundred fold. Manufacturers of till str lions would send their liest product Nn section had more to gain than tin South from nn exhibition ot ilsresouices The capital that would be brniicht her. would confer benefits that would last to ears. Already the United Sinles was trying to realize the prediction of 1). locquevillc. lie hnd said that the houtn ;rn repuiihcs were the natural customer it the United States, ami nlrcadv w were teaching out for that tratlt Me believed in the imKirtnncc of the ex position as n sentimental idea; it wouli bind more closely the North and South. If thev met with common mitriotic soiri thry would find that the result would Is of mutual benefit. He knew of no Statt more anxious to keep alive the old watcl fires than his own little State, (Massa chusetts.) It was well for her people to recall their condition a hundred yean ago and com pure it with the present tintiition. In couctilsion, he hoped that this con grrss would be true to the history of tin country und set an example ol pitiriotisu and enterprise for the congresses ol lot ears to contemplate and lollow. Mr. Flower, of New York, followed in liehiilf of New York. He was somewhat nervous ns he began his speech, but soon gained confidence, and spoke with de cision. It was a question now in which il the great and growing centres oi population ol our country this com memorative celebration shall take pluce. He was lor New York, because he be lieved the selection of New York meant l ho greatest possible success in thb undertaking, and because of her ureal ud vantages. and its proposition set forth a well digested plan lor practical oH-ra-tion which would not. ns a visinnnrv scheme sprung up in n night, fall to piece's upon me icsi oi tieiiioiisiraiion; lor It was founded upon principhsof business, suggested by men of business. New York would assume the fespousibility to finance it and make il a success. The site wus ready for use now. It contains 809 acres while the 1'aris exposition con tained only !50 acres, Hud any other it v met this nucstion of site and solved it? No, others had only attempted the linnneiiil problem and would ask lor large apiroptialiiius. In (.lucngo.in St. Louis, in Washington, this prohlrm of site wa still in the clouds or i'A the mud. in eon elusion, he said, "the advantage of New York we have shown at their intrinsic value. We offer New York lor lust what 1,1. W'u ,1., ...il ..lull In ,1,. ..-rt.it I'm.. I 1 ' ' I ' I.udlva Enpeclally Invited To call nt BO S. Main st.imdscensirirttv first-class market selling the finest Uef, yuca-uuti tuuttutt difuct. JrtXB ilic VVtwu nst or west of this great American re public of ours adds to the material vealth, to the glory and grandeur of the Union." Just here, snid Mr. Flower iiilding up a teleprum, "I nm informed lint Governor Hill has signed the fair ill." (Applause.) The argument in favor of New York vas taken np in turn by Mr. Moore, ol ww Hampshire. Messrs. Covert. Cum nings. Tracey. Oninn and Sherman, ol J V- 1. 1 . . . . . , , i ur, una air. rocAaoo, 01 Piew ersey. Mr. Hill. of Illinois. ooened for Chirm.o 1c said thatChicngo wasa great interior ity. the exact centre of the United Stale 'ing a snort oisinnee soutnenst ot the itV. It tirrinat.l hiiv nthnr iilnn in fu ih'ticiitf travel and ability to care for he eople. The hotels were on an cnor .ions scale, and had never been over axed. One had been opened Inst fab at was monumental, and how many ore would come depended only on the nergy of Chicago. Her ear lines and learners could handle thousand of pro- ic. i ne city wns accession to the nun g regions o fcnnsylrarin, and the rent agricultural belts of the West omnien-e was there carried on on tht randcKt scale by land nnd water. Her linage was the second in size nmonj. incrieun countries, rorrigners wouu it stop nt the ente of the reoublie ant urn back, as he would if the fair wen' eld at New York. He would go on and ee the Mississippi Yalley nnd the grand puicncc oi tne great interior, i hi ue at Chicago was already: laud; vel and no preparation was required, t would leave a creat emutv snnce it iie treasury alter New York had blasted ivny rocks enough to afford a site. Tht lace in the interior would lie visited v many more uple than if it wen laced at tide-watt r. The people of Chi igo were enthusiastic; thev were noi ickering among themselves; they stood itcd to make the fair a success. What r. port ion of attendance nt t he fair would e composed of foreign visitors? Pir ps 140.000 nt most. Me exacted 15, .10.000 Americans to attend the fair, t'onltl it be priqicr to require 7,000,000 tuple to travel to the extreme edge oi ne country? As they would have to di the fair were held in New York. Al ue Crystal Palace cxiosition a Chica- iuii had received the highest award ui uy exhibitor. Chicago had improved lortv years and would manifest it to ic satisfaction of the American people. Iiicugo afforded the opportunity ti ring to the notice of capitalists, foreign id domestic, the vast unilrveloied re urers of the west and the south, whicl. ek capital and tempt investment. In inclusion he snid that the fair nt Chi igo would enlist the enthusiastic efforts all the s-ople and be a memorable ana ngnificciit success. t he other sneakers for Chicneo wen lessrs. Adams, of Illinois; Cntcheon, of lichigun; Taylor, ol Illinois; Perkins, ol Kansas; Lowlrr, of Illinois; Chipmnn, ol lichigau, and McCrnry, of Kentucky. Mr. McCrnry said the three greatest itional celebrations ever held in this untry hnd been held in the East, and it .is now the turn i f the West, He was mcwhnt disc mfittcd, when, ns he re mil to Washington in complimentary nns, the crowds in the galleiies thuii--red out their npplnuse, but continuing, e urged that the lair should not be held ii the rim ot the country, but in the in rior. We should rare tor our own pro le ruther than for 70,000 foreigners ho might come here. Mr. Frank, of Missouri, opened the mile for S . Loni. as the site lor the iir, he said, was to be chosen upon und reasons. If missionary education us the object, Chicago was the pluce. a an historical commemoration like this. e wanted no political mnnnger to lo- ute the sue according to what he bought were proper consiihratinns. lucago, vied with New tork in political niinus, supplemented by sordid mercc- ary aims. St Louis offered Bdvftntaccs I location, and was accessible to the realest number ofcitirens ol the United lutes and the Soui hern reptttilies. oreign goods could he unloaded ui the levees or New Orleans vithlrss confusion than at New York. it. Louis, in a spirit of lotty ambition, sketl congress to award her the fair. Icr hospitality was known the world rer; her climate was excellent: she vould bid the world welcome to a nur erv of virtue, not morass of vice. He was followed nnd supported bv lessrs. Neiilrtnghnus, Stone nnd Dock- ry, of .Missoun; Hreckenndirr. of Ar- otnsas, and Conith, of Kentucky. Air. Mclomns. of Alarvluiid. was for n exposition wherever it was to I held. ut it wns historically fitting that the xpnsiuon snouin ue nere in nnsnington n the district Imirinc the name of the liscoverer of the continent, I Applause n the gnlleries). He invoked the mem-K-rs to seek some higher motive and iromfcr ground than locality. He ana-alt d to triendsof ChicagoNew York ml St. Louis to come together in pence, in national ground. The government had $50,000,000 worth of exhibits here in magnificent buildings to tart with. Where was New York's 15,000,000 in comparison. The plans r the tair nuiltlincs could he had from the present government buildings. The iiirnry iiuiniinc would make a m ncnin- ent nut building. There would be no rouble noout accommodations, every 'liter nousc would tie open to visitors. tud Baltimore was within forty minutes travel. Here wns the place for western .K'ople to come. Here was the scroll and nere was the enterprise. Mr. Lee, of Virginia, held that Wash ington wus not onlj the proper, but the inlv nloce whe.e the fair should he held. If it was to be nntionnl, nnd if we were to invite the governments of foreign nn tions, Washington was the proper site. The claims of Washington were nlso advocated bv Messrs. Coleman, of Louis- iann, Compton nnd Stockbridge, of Maryland. The house nt G.60 o'clock adjourned until to-morrow, when the debate will be continued. Indicated for Conaplracy. Nbw York. February 20. The ernnd jury handed indictments to-day against (..co. it. I'ell, Ins. A. Simmons and ex I 'resilient wnMnch. ot the Umox Hill bunk, charged jointly with conspiracy in defying the Stale banking laws, War rants were made out and the prisoners nn hour Inter were brought into court. The charge against Pell, Simmons nnd Wnllach was grand larceny in the first degree in taking $3 1,000 worth of bonds. Later the prisoners were arraigned before udge Martinennd held in $ 20,000 bail each. Il hull is not furnished the prison ers will be sent to the Tombs prison. World's) Fair mil Ifrned. Albany, N. Y., February 20. Governor Hill signed the World's Fair bill at 12.2G p. m, to-day. Carets Meat) and Lard As well as th.' very finest fresh meats will be loiind ut Murtin's Market, CO S.Muin A PEW NEW! ITEMS. A theatrical performance given in New York tor the benefit of Mrs. James 0, online, jr., ncitca $,uuu. The formnl opening nf the Carnegie Ii hrnrv took place nt Pittshurgnn the 18th n 1-J - it : t-roiticm finrntn was present. Bishop O'Connor, of Omnhn, is lyine. in nr. tne Mercy nnspitnl, rittsimrg, ant an nope oi uis recovery nas been anar doned. A woman in Shelbyville, named Mollii Corwin, has just been mnrried to he ninth husband. Six of the old ones an living. A vinter resort for Invalids has bee opened at Biskra, in thesouthrrn pnrt i Alpena, on the borders of the dessert o Sahara. A party of spiritualists, male and fc nude, were recently nrreslcd in Chicago charged with obtaining money undu false pretense. A bill has been reported favorably ! the senate to appropriate annually fir ix years $1,000,000 for a deep wntci harbor at Galveston. Itight million dollars have already bee paid nut in pensions this month, so fni tnd it is exiected thnt ten millions mm vill go the suine way. Johnstown. Pa., continues to provid- sensations. Three men, on the IHil talking on n railroad track, were ru iver by a fast train of the Chicnco lim ited express and killed. James Stuart, aged 80, has just licet tilmitled to the infirmary at lianiiltoi Ohio. He claims to be a lineal descen tnt of the house of Stuart, and a kirn- man of Queen Victoria. f lurine a nraver mretine nt a nrivni house in Lebanon, lnd., some one fired hot through the window, ttrikintr Mrt Randall, wife of the owner of the hou n the eye, and wounding her futally. The Queen has announced thnt si will pntronize the Carl Roa onern sci s-m at Drury I.nne. nnd has ordered th royal box to be reserved. This will I , her first visit to tbe opera since the drat n I'rince Albert. The Cronin suspect Smith, who ha rt ?entlv been captured, and who gives hi name a J. II. Kelly, is identified ns tli man who drove the famous white hop tnd who took Dr. Cronin to his death n the Carlson cottnge. The female seminary nt San Marcos fexns, thirty milts south of Austin, wa- turned o. the meht of the 17th. Thr. .irl were seriously hunted. The other eseuped by jumping from the window inn some were badly hurt in doing so. An execution recentlv took nlnce i Pekin in which fourteen criminals su fen-d death. They were dressed in n md their faces were painted red. Nil were beheaded and five were stranirlei' and the bodies of nil were left on tl ground for the birds of prey. Marcus Marx, mrmlerof a wholcsnt lothinn store, in Chicnco while iiscrndiu n nn elevator attempted to iumnoff at th sixth floor, but was caucht between t .itleiiftheshaftnndtheetrvntor.wnstrrt' bly crushed, and then fell to the floor bt nrnth, a distance ot scventv-five feet. In Erie. Pa., on the nieht nf the 18th. voting lady. Miss Emma Fischer, wen tn the door in response to a summons when a masked man threw a ounntitv vitriol in her fnce. Dennis Cany, th vounc In ly's accepted lover, rushed ou in pursuit, and overtakiui: the nvscn ant, was shot through the body and fcl and the party eened. The National Woman's Suffrnire Ass- ciation is now in session in Washington resolution introduced demands no only recognition of all rights inthrStntt out a iso in tnecnurcn; ana among omi tting tne right tn hit the offices nf elite dencon, Sunday . school suierintenilt'ii' pastor nnd bishop, nnd the right to sit i synods, conventions, assemblies or othi ecclesiastical bodies as delegates. The Ohio house of representatives, b a strict pnrty vole, has unseated n n publican sitting member, W. A. Blnir and seated a democratic contestant, k II. W. Peterson, both of Adams county The vote in the election wus close, be-in for Blair 2.980. for Peterson 2.023. Bu the committee finds that ten illegal votet were cast for Hlnir, nnd 131 repuhlicm tickets were marked in violation of th. law. Throwing nut those, gives Peter son 83 majority, An old farmer, over 70 years old. wa attacked in his house near Crestline. Ohio, by burglars. He and his wife, n old ns himscll, were the only occupant: of the house. The burglars seized botl of them. The old mnn succeeded in get ting out a revolver, nnd shot dead tin man who wns choking his wife. Th. burglar who hail hold of him released hit grasp nnd rnn for thr door, when hi also received a shot which wounded hits badly, but not fatallv, and he escaped. Bond OOTenniiU. Washington, February 20. Bond ot frrings to-day acgregnted $280,0(10; al accepted, at $1.24 for four er cents ant $1.0h for tour nnd a halls, $215,001 being fours surrendered by nationa bank. No more four percent, bonds wil be purchased by the treasury department until further notice, the time within which Secretary Windom offered to accept them nt $1.24 in liquidntionol public deposit with nntionnl banks having expired to day The total amount purchased t date on this account is about $12,000, 000. of which $7,000,000 were surrend ered under thr first call lor the reduclioi of funds. Of eighty banks included ir the second call favorable responses turn already been received from seventv-fivt which surrendered over $5,000,000 in overtimcm bonds, thirty-two of thi nnk going out of the system alto gether. A Doable Execution. Piiiladklphia, Pa., February 20. Jacob Schoop and Tlios. J. Cole wen hanged together in Moynmensing prison this morning. The drop fell nt 10.04 o'clock. Schoop wns hanged for the murder of Anton Schilling, and Cole's execution was for the murder of Walter McAllister. Hsngcd for a Double Murder. Bellr'Fontr, Pu Fcbrunry 20. Wm. , Seily Hopkins wa hanged here this morning ut tne murder ot his wtle nnd inother-in-lnw. The drop fell the first time nt 10.15. The rope broke and thr condemned mnn wns again fastened up, nnd tnc drop ten succvssiully tne second time at 10.18. Strictly the finest meats from Kansas Citv direct. One trinl will make you our mean nnd advocate Martin's Market, f tkTHyos to aHiWtsma XM MISCELLANEOUS. F. S. GRANT. Ph. G., Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, Apothecary, 4 South Haiti St. Dill Nye, who hat had LaGrippe.atndt he following to Crant't Pharmacy i "Little grains of quinine, Little drinks of rye. Make La Grippe that's got you Drop its hold and Hy. This mav quickly help you, If you'll only try ; Hut don't forget the quinine When you take the rye." Remember the moial contained in the ast two lines that is, don't forget tht :uinine, and get it at Grant's Pharmacy, If your prescriptions a:e prepared at 'rant's Pharmacy you can positively dt end upon t hese facts: First, that only the urest and best drugs and chemicals will he used; second, they will be compound- d carefully and accurately hy an experi enced Prescript ionist ; andthird.you will mt be chargid an exorbitant price. You vill receive the best goods at a very rea onnble profit. Don't forget the place 'rant's Pharmacy. 24SouthMainstrtet. Prescriptions filled at all hours, night T day, and delireied free ol charge to my part of the city. The night bell will e answered promptly. Grant's Phar macy, Si South Main street. At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any 'atent Medicine at the lowest price quo. I by any other drug bouse in the city. are determined to sell as low at tht nvesf, eren if we hare to lose money by o doing. We will sell all Patent Medi na at first cost, and below that if nec tary, to meet the price of any competi tor. We have the largest assortment of hamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200 ' ins, all sites, at the lowest prices. We are tbe agents for Humphrey's lommnpnthic Medicines. A full supply f his goods always on hand. Use Huncombe Liver Pills, the best in ie world for liver complaints, indiges :on, etc. A thoroughly teliable remedy for all i'oorf diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla, ry a bottle and you will take no other. J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist, 24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C. WHITLOCK'S Tin only pxeliiHivft Dry oots Htore in Anlieville. Clearance Sale of Plnalc. VruiiH. JnrkiitH. hwivy Upphh SootiM. IMriitii'Ih. illntikptH nul I wlmveur. We urt 1e- t'l'inini'ii to Horn' out nil Win er Koods l-ppirtlloHH of rout. I)oMERTir(ioonH. Wohnv HHt ojh?iiiMl n new lot of the phi nnu iiiohc popular H'Miwls tif nipiit-hiiifrH. SliPtr. iij?a, Pillow ('HsiiijrR, Tick iiu'k, Di-nims nnd many nov 'IticH of rui tnin gooda und lOUSPllOld Illlt'llR. White (5nons LnrrroRrnplr f nt rijM-tl and plaid MuHlins, XitiiiHonkM, IMqut'H. Kinbroid- riPM, harps and all kinds of lYiinniiiigH. I'anty (tOonM Y hnvo iiwivoti a n'w lot of Thina ""ilks, I'lush Ornaments, Tin sels in all color, ami the Jar- rest variety of hmbroitlery ii kK. Aciihvrs. Woo Hiini ir. ervthinir rcnuired for faucv work. A complete outfit -of "tampiiiK ratterns, and .tnuipiii";dtnei)roinptly. V enll iittention to ntir novelties in Kuciiinnn and Lnuies .Nwkwenr, also La i lies' UnderirarmeiitH of all kinds, ( !( ii'Rets. 1 1 nsierv f JlnvPH nnd lliimikeri'hiefs. in these lines always a full assortment. vtenrentfentH lor leute nieri Kitl (iloves. Ribbons. Dress Trim in ncra. Silks, Velvets, FrinRen, Silk and Metal Braids, But tons, Dress LiniiifrSj etc., etc. All goods will be sold ut one price anu mat tne lowest. Adioiiiliie-mill in eniinwtirin with onr old eMtiihlisiier! Drv (ioods Store, we have a com plete Clot hiii"; und Gentry VtirtitHliititrStriPO. wliuwt linn- - . , . sh s ' v m v j vvee-avv Aa Ta bV4 lap Hats, Manhattan Shirte, Mother's Friend Shirts, Waists, and 13. & W. Collar are ure our specialties. We have no connection with any other stores in the city. WIIITLOCK'8, 46 Sossth Mala Street 0iyai Hitiutkai bukU tibnilti, MKVWu..-AtAV'-uul.U'.-b4'fl'lmll.,4X..i iMSJSl'lWlft..