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Asheville Daily Citizen
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ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890.
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,UME VI. NO. 102.
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"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
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I or AaheTille Real Katate t
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Provisions, Feed, ic, Iron
A. D. COOPER,
Corner Main and College Htrects. PrK-e
low and everything a represented or
Two sccond-hand wagons for ale cheap.
5 THAT TALK!
A new lot of ComfortH.
IllonketH, and other good
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WM. R. KING,
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THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
THE RECIPROCITY IDEA CLAIM
BKNATOK HALF, HPKAKN OKI IT
Wasiiiniiton, September 3. In the
acnale t .-day, Mr. Evnrt preientcd a
resolutli; jf thi KnlTalo nicrchaiit a ex-
change favoring reciprocity, not only
with nation to the South ol u, hut also
with that on the North, Canada.
The house bill in relation to lotteries
won rcMrtcd from the postoffice com
mittee and placed on the calendar with a
notification by Mr. Sawyer that he
would ask for it consideration a soon
a the tariff hill was passed.
Mr. Quay gave notice that be would
ask the senate Saturday September l.'l
to consider the resolutions relative to the
dentil of Samuel J. Kandull.
The tantt bill was then tuken up and
the sugar scheduk- considered. Mr. Car
lisle gave notice that he would move to
strike out ull of the paragraphs relative
to sugar bounties.
Mr. Hale ottered the reciprocity amend
ment, of which he had given noticeon the
10th of June, nildrciiscil the senate tion
it. The desirabililv of such an inter
change of products as his amendment
proponed, he said, had licetl a subject
which had given rise to the closest atten
tion, and had reunited in grave and er
tinent suggestions frnin eminent public
men of the I'nited Stales during the last
311 years. Who ever bad seen the gradual
billing oil' ol America n trade with Cen
tral and South America must have wit
nessed these condition, with the greatest
impatience. The ieople of all thosecoun
lues Unit a common interest witu I nc
peonlc ol the I'nited States.
Alluding to the laic I'an-Anicrienn con
gress Mr.IIale said that it proved thai
imc considerations which had their in
fluence in the I'liitcd States were also
moving in the minds of eminent men
lroml he sister republics who took part in
I he proceeding of that congress, uud
that they laiiiitcd to one sure, inevitable
end an increase of trade and commerce
between the United States und those o
I lie. Those considerations, which applied
to the extension ol trade nnd incrcasci'
interchange of products, applied not unit
to the nations of Central and Saul'
America, but to the inlands of the Span
Mot UhIiiIiib; In Favor In the Ml.
Jackson, Mi., Sept. 2. In the eon
stitutional convention an amendment
to the constitution was offered by S. M.
Street, of Lauderealc county, providing
for a graduated income tax, and was re
ferred. The convention, alter passing
appropriate resolution, adjourned in re
spect to the memorv of Delegate M. t.
(juerry, of Lowndes county, who died
at his home in Artcsia Sunday night.
It is announced that the report ol the
committee on elective frnnchiw will be
submitted bv Wednesday, lis provis
ions have been agreed on and nothing
remains to hedone but thclnbor ol droll
ing the report. The cause of woman nl-
Irnge neciu to be Killing on. t lie coun
try ore stand almost! solidly airaveil
against it, but a vigorous tight will lie
made in it behalf on the floor of the con
HI'ILUINU FA 1.1 M.
Ten Men Reported Killed lu New
Nkw Oklkanh, Ln Scptemlier a. The
Schwaui building, nn immense four-story
brick structure, located at the corner ol
Canal and Dauphin streets, fell at 1 1 .'Mi
o'clock this morning.
It i rrMirteil that ten men were killed
hy the falling debris. This is one of the
moat crowded thoroughfares in the city.
renounce Even Carilale.
Lot isvii.i.K. Kv.. Sent. 2. The farm
era' and l.nhorer' Union of Carlisle
comity have held a county convention at
the county lent ami declared mat Air.
Carlisle, in otiiKising the free coinage of
silver nnd the sub-treasury bill has
shown himself unworthy the confidence
of the people, and that therefore they
dermoid 111 resignation.
Wasiiinoton, Sept. a. The Swedish
authorities having miuested that the
remain of liricaaon be disembarked nt
Stockholm, as originully intended, orders
to that cnci-t have been sent to the nam
more nt Gothenburg.
ST. I.iU'IH. Senlemlier 2. The coal min
en in the Itcllcviltc district have gone on
a strike for 'i cent icr bushel for digging
coal. Six mining companies are effected.
The young men's democratic club, of
Knlrigh, tin appointed a committee to
invite the North Cnrotinn association of
democratic clubs to hold its next session
to convene September I! t, in Knlcigh.
Cabarrus county name A. II. Ililemnn
for the house; Ainoncounty W. M. Rick'
ett; Union county V. T. Chenra; In the
11th senatorial Dr. W. C. Calloway has
been nominated for the Mate senate, anil
all arc Vance men.
It began to leak nut yesterday that
the supposed compromise nnd rcconcilia
tion which wm reported to hsve been
effected between the Mott mid Rnvcs
forces n day or two ago wa in reality nil
out and out-and-out surrender on the
part of Mott. Knlcigh News and Ob
server. The democratic county convention held
t Wnvneavitle vestcrdnv resulted In the
following nominations; For the house of
representative, R. D. Oilmer; clerk supe
rior court, J. K. Boone; sheriff, J. H.
Bovd ; treasurer, R. A. L. Ilvnttj coro
ner, Dr; Walker; iurvevor, Wm. I.ed bet
ter. For the senator of 41 st district, the
convention Instructed lor Joseph 8. Da
vis, of Haywood.
Tbev Get Together and Show I heir
Dalton, Gn., Sept. 2. The republi
cans of the Seventh Georgia district had
a convention here yesterday and went
through the lormnlity ol noniiiiiiliug
Znch Hargraves, of Kome, for congress.
linrgreaves has licen the standard hearer
before and lends the forlorn hope nguin
that he may have a hand in the distribu
tion of the patronage.
l nc convention was principally nota
ble for its luck of harmony. One colored
brother declared that the rcimhlican
party was only kept together in Georgia
for the purpose of bringing the oflice-
lioldcrs to the Iront.
'So fur as the negro is concerned." he
said "there is no ditferencc between the
administration of Harrison nail Cleve
land." He said he would vote lor uo
white mail for congress.
Other delegates loinecl in and attempted
to get the executive committee ex
changed so that the negroes would have
hall the members, und they wanted the
officeholders excluded hum the commit
tees. The uproar became so great I hat
the previous question hud to lie resorted
to to cut it short.
a s-io, 000,000 !';. 1..
(treat Male of Mines to IKngllMli
DKNVi'iK, Sept. 1. Probably the largest
mining transaction ever carried through
in the United Slates will lie consummated
here in a few days. Already if "iilll,0(Ki
has been naid down bv I. It. Hates, repre
senting a syndicate of London capitalists
which has lieen organized to purchase all
the paving mines in Asiien district for the
sum ol $i7,llHi,jOO.
According to the option, of which
$500,000 was paid, as soon ns it is
demonstrated that the mines arc what
they ure represented 1 1 Ik. $L'o,oimi,ooo
spot cash will be paid down and the
balance within one venr iron) dale.
THE ARKANStS KI.IXTION,
The Democrats) Clnlni the State 11
From t,,ooo to 30,000.
I.ITTI.R Kock. Ark., SeplcmlKT 2. Tlie
State and county elections vestcrdnv
passed off (tiielly. Ketiit ns and estimates
received from thirty 01 the Hcventv-fivc
counties in the state indicate 11 largely
increased nmioritv for Governor bugle
and the democratic stale ticket over two
venrs ago, w hen his majority was 15,
MIO Democrats claim lite suite hy liom
.'5,(1011 to ao.oiill maiurily.
HKI.II I I'.
Train Itubliiis Take 11 n i:xr..-th
Kiife Loss Kot Known.
Ltu isvii.i.K, SeptemlK-r 2. The Louis
villcnnd Nashville train, 11011I1 bound.
was held up by masked mlil-t rs hall n
mile nort! of i'tu-uio '.1 j nclio! curly
this morning. The sate was taken from
the express ear, but the extent of the
mbliery is not known.
River and Harbor Hill.
Washington, Sept. 2. After n week's
hard work tile conferees on the liver uud
harbor bill have reached an agreement
nnd signed their rcRrt. As it passed
the bouse the bill appropriated $11),-U4-H.45;
as it passed the senate $-'",-730,
282 ; as agreed to in the conference.
$24,t)ril,2U.ri. Some item ns they now
stand are: Caiie Fear river nt and Mow
Wilmington, N. C, reduced to If 170,000.
Tcnnesssee river, below Chattanooga,
The appropriation for work on the
Mississippi river, under the commission,
was reduced to $:,2 10,000.
How II In North.
Cincinnati. September 1 I. It. Green,
the colored representative Irom Cleve
land who secured the pnss.-igc of the bill
making the lirst Monday in Sisptviubcr,
Labor Hay, a legal holiday, was the ora
tor nt the woikingmcn's celebration.
The committee took Green around to all
the hotels, but none would receive him.
on account of hi color. Finally he se
cured lodging at n cheap restaurant.
All Trade Will Feel This).
Washini.ton. Sent. 2. The total
amount of silver bought since August 1:1,
the date when Hie present law went into
cllect, is .1,501,000 ounces, leaving but
UUtl,000 ounces to be purchased lirtween
now nml the 1:1111 111st., to meet 111c re
quirements of the law, or the purchase of
4,.oo,ooo ounces cuch month.
Wasiiiniiton, Sept. 2. In the house
to-day Mr. Litccy, of Iowa. called up. and
the house proceeded toconsider.theClny-ton-tlreckeuridgc
NOkTII CAROLINA FOt.RS.
lit Ittn Mfllf-iiiilil. nf Washim-ton. .
C, isipiile ill nt Cleveland Springs.
Charlotte V. lironicic.
Cnntain 8. W. I'nrhnm. ngent nt Max'
ton of the Carolina Central railroad for
the past nine years, ha been transferred
to Monroe, N. C. Mr. J. D. Austin, ol
I'olkton, will succeed Captain Pnrlinm.
I-.arly thi month Mr. William F. Hill,
a scion of one of the old Cape Fenr fnmi
lie, nnd now a nrosiierous business man
of Henderson, N. C., will marry Miss
I.nudon Minor Hall, one 01 the most
charming ladies of Washington, 1), C.
Wilson, the Greensboro lidison, has
gone to York, Ia., where he builds two
oi hi wonderful engines. A large elec
tric light contracting company offered
to pay all the cxiwnse of building the
two engines rnd buy them nt the usual
L. B. Green, of Shelby, has been asked
repeatedly to rent some of his land for a
saloon. He writes the Aurora; "I had
just as soon a man who hud started to
the devil win to nk me to go home with
him a fur a man to ask me to rent him
a snot to put un a barroom. I would
not lease a iot for $5,000 a year.
would like for thi to go into your next
issue, a 1 don't like to he deviled about
it any more,"
On Sunday Kcv. W. R. Owaltney fin
ished his work ns pastor of the Baptist
church at ureensnnro.
At Beulnh, six miles east of Shelby,
there has lieen gracious revival, con
ducted bv Kevs. S. M. Davis nnd T. W
8, Parker. The exercises closed with
twenty-five conversion and thirteen ad
ditions to the Methodist church.
A REPUBLICAN BREAK.
RKIII'CTION OF THE TARIFF
Ml BIT UK HADK,
If It Were a nemocrat Who was
Tnlkinu I.Ike This) They Woulil
Cull Him a Free Trader How
Ihe West FeelH.
Wasiiiniiton, Sept. 2. Mr. I'nddock,
republican, addressed the senate yester
day in criticism of the turiff bill. There
was no dissent in the republican party,
he said, as to such protection as would
cover the difference in the cost of labor
between the I'll i led Stairs und foreign
countries. lie should be glad if he could
follow the majority of the finance com
mittee, but regretted that he could not
see his way clearly lu it its to all sections.
The agricultural West, he said, never fa
vored a-high protective duty, hut favored
sufficient protection to cover the differ
ence in wages, while at the same time the
semblance al least of foreign murkets
The West regarded a "revision of the
tnrilV" as inclining "a reduction of the
tariff" when possible, and he was cnnli
dent that the di'imind for a lower range
would have to receive un early and lav
ora I ilc response Irom congress. Many ol
those duties, he said, now believed to Ik
too high had long ugo done the work
which had lirst pistilied their imposition.
The sentiment was growing and the lie
liel was n fixed conviction in the West,
at least as to some industries, that tin
decreased cost nt production should now
Ik1 met by 11 greater decrease of duties
than the luiinufucliircrs had yet licci
willing to accept. The people of the
West were beginning to think that ii
many of the most protected of these in
dustries were ever to lenrn to stand
alone, their hands should be forcibly re
leased from the high protection to which
lltcv so iwrsistenlly cling.
While Woman and Netcro.
WiiSTMissTHk, hid., Scptemlier 2.
I'erry Win held, colored, und Margaret
Smith, 11 prepossessing while woman, de
sire to In united in the bonds of miscege
nation, but are unable to procure 11
minister who will marry them. There is
a very strong It-cling against thcmipliiih
bv the (K-ople ol this place ami New
Windsor. The woman was some linn
ago married lo a colored man named
Ivphraiin Smith, who recently deserted
One Flnic ICnouuh.
I'lTTsiumi, Scptemlier 2. During tin
passage ol the baker's union in the la
iHir parade up north avenue, Allcghnin
City, a paily of American mechanics
broke into the ranks and tore down tin
German ling, which the bakers were car
rying. The bakers defended the ling
hut they were overpowered nnd the tine
trailed in I he dust.
Cotton Finn Failure.
I.lviiki-iMii., Scptemlier '.'. The failnri
is reported ol Uic large Stcinalrnnil col
In All Over.
'mm tile I lnriri.nl Times.
Charles Chapman, father of ex-Hist-
master Chapman, was a lawyer, keen,
w it iv, mid sin ccsslul. On one occasion 11
llatilist minister came liefore him as a
witness, and Chapman usked him what
his business was.
1 am an humble candle of the Lord,"
replied the person,
"Yes," said Cliopman, "I see; 11 iliprnd
AITMRS Ol' L'OXSEjjrEXCIS.
The house has passed the hill amending
the contract lalnir law.
Durinu the debate nn the tariff bill Mr.
Allison admitted that he was not satis
lied with the wool schedule.
Senator Hampton snvs no sell lenient
has vet been reached between the Tillman
and iiiui-Tillmiiii forces in South Caro
Mr. Smvser. of Ohio, n iiiciiiIkt of the
Kniim coiiiiuiltee, has resigned in consc-
itieuceol his iK-iug u stockholder wild
losetih G. Cannon was renominated for
congress uv tne repiioncaiis 01 uic ru-
tccnth Illinois district on inc nay alter
his exhibition uf vulgarity in Ihe house of
The President has signed the men I in
Sicetioii bill, the agrictilluraj college hill,
the sundry cival appropiialion bill, and
the net providing lor nildilional clerical
force to carry into effect the dcieiidciil
The French press generally favors the
rcieal ol the law prohibitum the impor
tation of American pork into France.
The Cxnr will visit Berlin Oclntier 2.
M. dc Giers, Kuiissian minister of foreign
atfairs, nud Chancellor von Cnprivi, ol
Germany, have agreed upon a measure
looking to international repression of Hie
anarchists ami nihilists.
The Catholic congress in session nt
CobleiM., Germany, demands the rc-es-
tabhshnieut ol all the Catholic orders in
Germany, including the Jesuits, und the
restoration ol the l'oc s tcniioral power
The ninetieth birthdnv of General von
Mnllkc will he observed by the iircsenta
tion to him ol n collective address from
all the towns in Germany and by the
f-ift of a house nt rurchtm, Mecklcn
nirg, where he was born.
The Chicago carpenter liavcstrtick for
nn advance ol wnge
The total trade of Chiirlrslon, S. C,
amounted to $KO,011),"1 7 Inst year, an
increase on the business of the preceding
year ol s:i,tiiin,2UU.
A Washington, (l'a.)six-ciiil says: Five
dealers In "original pnekagrs" have
been recently convicted of selling liipior
without licenses, were fined $500 each
nnd sentenced from two to five mouths
in the work house.
It is said in New York that the tntc
board of arbitration, which recently de
rided to investigate the New ork Ccn
tral strike, luia no legal existence, the
three-years' term of the tncmlier of the
board having expired.
J. n. McLaughlin, a well-known union
labor orator, nnd George nninll, n promt
nent republican of Conway county, Ar
kansas, were assaulted by a mob at Mor-
riltown Station, Ark., where a union-la
bor mass-meeting was to be held, A
satchel carried by Small, containing
7,000 union-labor tickets, disappeared in
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as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
1)1 RUCTIONS FOR LSU.
The doae for an adult la two tcaapoonfuls
tn u wine glasa of water, l)oae for children
in propnrtton, aicuiilhig to age la either
case the dose can be repeated every thirty
luinuca until a cure ia effected. One doae will
nlwaya drive away an attack of Headache,
11' taken when tirat feeling the premonitory
ymutoma; but if the attack ia well on, and
siirit-ritig la Intenae, the second or third doae
may be rcuulred. t'eually a greater number
uf dosea ia required to cucct the 6 rat cure
than ia o ceiled for any succeeding time there
after, showing that the medicine ia accumu
lative ia its cirecta, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 & 48 H. MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank of AaheTille.
Dry (iools, Fancy (IooiIh,
nml Notions, Lure Ciirtuins,
Tnlilc Linens, Towels, Nni-
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(iooils, nml Knilii-oiilt'i-ii's nt
prime tost. All Domestic
(Iooils, iiicliiiliii Pride of tlio
West, Wiiiiisuttn, Fruit of
Loom, 1-1 Cottons nml 10-1
Sheet! UK's it t prime eost,.
We cull special attention
to our large stock of K::i
hroidery nml Knit tin"; Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk nml
Outline Work. All go ut
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin.
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery lUidHibbona
at unusually low prices'.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special salo.
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