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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, 1890.
IT
POPULAR
Bach Is Said ot the Eight-llour
Movement in EiLjlaud.
Doubtful If Any Progress Will
Be Made This Season.
A Majority or thn Legislators Tory Can
tloua Th Country Not Bandy for It.
A Siberian Exile Aunuunoaa Har In'
taction of Petitioning th Csar No
Thraata Uut a Warning.
London, March i9, It Is very doubt
ful if any progress will be made this
naaon in reirai'il to the eight-hour move
ment Leiriolatore are fur the tnjtt part
chary of it, tho couutry in not roudy for
it. and tho movement itself cannot be
said to be popular.
In ceitiiiii brandies of lnbor, especial
ly in mining, an eight-hour law might
be availablu and promote the welfare of
the men, but in any employment sucli a
law would lie felt to be a distiuct inter
ference with the ru'litx of the working
cliusei. A a nnt-s the Hitter do not re
gard the movviueut with much lavor
and a few of their repentatives are
agitating nun a view ul :u aocoiuplun
nient.
Ihe few members of parliament who
have undertaken to father the move
nient have but little real inllueuce. that
of Lord Kaiidiiloh Chinch 11, one or its
pronounced proiuutore, having decidedly
waned Kinre hi re fit attack upon the
government, it it telt that a volim.aiy
moven .ent in favor or eight uniir ma
working dav would tie a grand thing
and would do much to aid the condition
of the workiu clwa. but a coinuul
aory luw wo.ild work unlol i evil, and
carry miicli ditre in iti train.
Slodiiii'aiious ot' the bill are beinir con
llde'ed by uiauy latxir repreneuiutive,
wlio are endeavoring to solve the quel
tion of how to bcnclit some without
harminc others. Mr. t'unuiiitrlinm (Ira'
hum intends when the Loudon and
Northwestern railway bill cotne-i up for
a second reading, to move that it be un
Inst root ion to the commit!, on the bill
to inrt u clause limning the hoars of
laoor to el -lit nour per a.iv, but not
excluding working in idiif is if tfflti bourn
Kailrou ing ami mining are two em
plovmenls in winen tlie inex-tnn1 tan
solely be applied, as : he ui dunus and try-
unr. naiuieoi me wiir renueni it impan
el ole lor a man to t.i tauilly perform
more man eir.t nourscousecutivt-iaiKir.
It is in cases like these that the pro
moters expect l.rst to launi'li the move
ment and extend it application as ue
cesaity and oportiiiiitv arise.
LETTER FrlJvl S.BZRIA,
Wilt Patltlon ilia (sir, and Krnecta
HiiITt Hor It.
Kansas City. March it!. Mr. George
Kennnn li:w received from Paris a le.ter
written by Miai Mary 'isebrikova, tlie
lady who has jimt been exiled to Siberia
for having written A letter which w.v
nivs erioualv kiiuu.1 -d i.i:o the czar n
pnvute apartments, an i which w said
ry the Kussiau u,li"e to couuuu threaut
Si;ains'. the cz.tr - hie
Mine. TseUriko.a wro-e Mr. Kennan
tluU she inten led to petition the cair.
and e.pectot to riuVr severe! for tne
art. Mie eti,.e.l a co n of l he p i
Hon. It : ninpi. a vivid de riitin ol
the condl ion of the Kun.ian innple. and
an copeal tor reform, it tuiiKiiii rn
tlirvuu aguliiiit the crar. b it warns linn
that the atate ol thin. which e.xistit in
Huh a is UK' to prudjee dangerous dis
orders. Mr. Kennnn luppo-ve tint Mine. Tse
brikova went to St I eieislmrir aoon
after writing him. i le de-cribe. her a
a tuhnud writer and a fr ipnnt contrib
utor to Itu-sian niaga in-. Hie has
been knowu as a ljl- r.d. but not a rev
oltitiouist. She is about Mi ve ins old.
and a woman i f gnat fojxo of char
acur.
Four Al-rrafa.
Pari. M;ir-h ;0. A letter from Si
beria received here Hind's that tlin. men
and u woman were iirreu-d for writing
an ap. ul to tit Uus-ian ople com
plain. n; of the n nduct of (Mah!:m i;,
the Yakutsk aduir. Die prirouvi will
rutxiuy iw t.-iiieucea to Uoalli.
GENERAL VON CAPRIVI
aeeaada Count lttrb.rt DLraarck aa
Imperial Mlnlalrr.
Uprun, Moroh I!). Ilerr Von Alren
sleN-n declue d the oillce of imerul sec
retary for foreign a fair.
In the lo ver hniiae of the Pnilnn
diet eduin lay I hancellor Von ttu.rivi
read the emperor's acceptance of ( ouut
Herbert li.-in.trck's nuignaiion of the
oibce of iiiijH-rial lor- ign miuinier, and
the apMjiiiiuient of himself (iju, on
Catriii to succeo.1 him.
It I- suied thai (ien. Von Oiprirl is
only teiiiimniry i'riuui.tn foreign minis
ter. The farewell audience betwe-n the
eniKroraiid i rim e liiainnrvk wax held
Waslnes lav moining. The Interview
lavied tlm-ifUartcr of an hour.
The Ki-icli.aiieiger. in aunminrlng
Princs bi-inaicki farewell with tlie
mperor, le aius for the princs tuo title
of Liuke of Ijiuc.ibcrg,
At a fitting vt the Pruvlnn munril
Wednesday lien. Von L'apnvi took tiie
oath as pie-ident of the council.
Count ilernert HUniorck i;oisi to Eng
land after a short uy at i riedrlclis
ruhe. The enineror permits Prince nUmnrck
to reuin the tine of prince, with that of
Duke of Lnueuliurg as a second distinc
tion. The pr.n e will uli be addressed
as aorens bighm-M.
NEWS FROM CHINAAND JAPAN.
Bl( riraa-Uattlaa un His Iilaad of
matra Muiln.
8a Francihco, March 20. Advices
from China and Japan by the steamer
City of Peking state that on Fen. it
about 1,.VXI Japnnese houses were burned
In ToLlo. and seventy-elht others par
tially destroyed. Two persons were
killed and twenty-live llieim n Injure I.
Un feb. Jit, loi houses were burned in
Tokio, and nn March A nut were de
itroved. The tires were all of accidental
ontcin.
Koraral Knsnnntars.
SeTeral serlniui encounter he! ween
Dutch trwj nod a party or (.hliiese are
reported. 1 he form, r mot with severe
Inasea, A party of Dutch onnvirts while
trying to rliwr a jungle were llnni on
from ambusli. A detachment of trooM
was driven hack next day with nine
wounded nnd nn March 8 Lieut. Muller
was killed and Capt Van lieust was
also shot, several men being severely
wounded. These oonlllcts occurred on
the Island of .Sumatra on Jan. 0 and d
Several on each side were killed.
Iiialnrbinaea on Mhlpbnard.
The Binnpnre Free Press of Jan. 80
contains an account of the disturbance
00 board the ship, by the ooollos bound
for LSilL The vessel was the Chow chow
Foo, a Uerman steamer which left
Amoy and Levatow with abnut liM
oooiiea on hoard. Four days oif Bingav
pore tro 1 11 arose among Ihe ore, and
they demanded to be brought Into bing
apo:. 'I'll coolie strewed kemaeneon
the deck, snd attempted to set Hre to the
Ship. The captain, olHoer and other
of the crew ware driven on th bridge,
ft was feared the ooolie would BsuruW
every i.uro,.caii, set are to tne snip,
take to the I oats and escape.
Aocouuis tli.fer h to now tho diiTl
culiles were met. Due says thirty men
were stationed on ileo i im I a number of
others nwiuui led. Another a 'count suys
the captain agreed to the co il.oa' re pied
to make for I.ivi'i-iioul, hut instea 1 of
doing so rim inlo Klow, und sou. lit pro
tection of the Dutch man-of-war I'lin'
llendrik. Twenty soldiers were put on
hoard the Chow t'huw l oo, and twenty
seven of the ringleaders were secured
and put in the war i hip,
Trepiirl g- lu- n t e Um.
Madhid. March lJ;). Mnnufarttirera at
Manresa are cliwinr their mills iu an
ticipation of a general strike.
riirelKH S'Dles
Btanley ha tlaisli -d his n-w bx)k.
The Olafgow doc k iku's utrike bos col
la psod.
A violent ni'tliii!ika tthock w u felt In
Trieste Vcdtifd.iv.
Einln l'a.-U i will l.i ive Kmziluir for Egypt
April it. He will not visit laro(e.
The industrial i-MMsiliou at Yokeh uiia
has been opeuisl in pet sou tiy tlit Mikado.
Tho macliiue d 'p.iri inent of lvdi's ship
yards at Luts.vk wus dc.lruyod by U.-e ilea
day eveaai 1.
The stau-m nt of tho Imp 'Hal Hank ot
Oermtuiy vhous au in -riviao lu mvu1 of 5,
4j.U.'0 mai Its.
Tue Ueiiili!i'-aii an 1 Mouarculst lealMs
tiro ui'b'iii.; rresulviit C'.iruot tu rcU-aoo the
Ouko of Ol'ie.ias.
Emperor AVilll'im ha de-oratod Count
Horltcrt BisTn.'u-ek with tho collar uud order
Uf Helleuzolleru.
It is reported that Count K daeky, tho
Autr--ilung.iri.in priuio iuiuisUr, will soon
retire troni oijlca.
The P. s her 1,1 yd airs the aiinl'ter of
war will 1 aia t rt suaiil a --it tl i-ish! t of
t.iAKMVU U '1'ius far tlie parch. is. o aiuoko
Usis pouil.-r.
Mr. li lad -toe..., in a Hter to tie' Winds r
candid ite lor kii li tin -at, says t hut tt.v' g v
orniiient leel t li.ii. til. y are tl 'iilln down
upon a Ni.t.-ira.
The Uaitili'Mi; t Nicliriehteii sivs ttcit tha
emperor mil e.i le.iv.r to luuataiti a por
soaal t-nt -iir- cordcilo with the p.4i'ly leaders
of the n icli-t-i,'.
The diilicalt v Ik'I ,isn Turkey uil Or-'itt
Brltuiii. ui i-iti ' Ihmi iu - ilriug tip n a it. it
isU ve.-s.! Iy ;l,e .irns.'ii at Kort Kao, has
Isini sail .t.,ei,M il arratu-sl.
Muj. r.'iut.i, iiui.viis iiriv-t si for cou-
spiring h,.iiii'
a coul. .v..oa.
plot tela w.m
I'nii -e l-'erduu id. has n
l.
Hie ,e j et of tae
le r
eilo li.ii.ria uud
itu-sm.
A meat famine is nation lin; iu Paris.
The wiieiesa.o I ml i-U -r tare u -a to close
tlie nli it:o.i- if tu it- d- u l ids c ii eriiin.
tue luitioi-utliu.! ot foreign caliio mTo uut
jranleL
It is i4iir.iiie--d th tt ICa;wror Wil'lnrnha!
-uvitie i ta il in iature la eas- ot woi-it.ueu
-tnkes. tli.- g.ut T.I 'O a u indium Hie district
in nhieb the triie o ci-i shad act iudo-
ts'ii le.it ly ot tae civil uutnorm .
Ibe minis. or or iv.ir ol ll-nii-fR nn-
il. uuivvl ui lli folk aim.: ihat Si-i ihat
wot-kaieu vvo.itd u t b eaiplo,-,sl instate
worss-iops. T.us ,,iei-i ,a is liassl on tu.
s roau 1 luat they i.r . u -jeei tsi lutvuu iu-
tlueite V
Advic ree ,iv I i.i Tails st tt tint there
lias Uvn furl .1 il :atiag la Uilio n-v. The
laust S..1C at -ii i. k pi .ee at 1C notion li-
twu tne li -a- ti ti-.Ki a i I in n allvos
and I lie allici -f lli'later. Iianti- tbe
rouieat ta.eo were killoj uud twelve
wouiidcl.
A raptur h is no.-urr 1 in the n g itlntloiu
I'ortlio set.l..ii.ir o. the I.,v-r.,Hii J,s.-k
lalsiA'i-s's'r.k . Til I -1 ties. -ai lietnli o:
til III -u, de it in le I , iil t ti,-s ciat'lotcr
uil-s iir' iiiijsa t.si li ,ii Is, tni: tint th- etu
plovers refuse I lo.K m l an u -.r.siai -ut now
tsjin as r.-aiote as ever.
TIk' profe s..r-. .iti Mi-ier of th- Chris
tian aehoots hive roiii'l l.i 'lr duti w,
Chaklr 1'asj th i overaorof ,r.'t ', bavin,;
promise,! t!i u . li ir in ..i - of salirl s shall
lw ud i ai.t. I.ir : a ; li of muai i
mttuauad ol ier t.ii-., are !' ng sapph,si
to lbs var.ous ,l.t .ca.uu us of trou! uu the
UUuitl
EXPPESS n0r?BSR CAUGHT.
la
All.traet.'il .t,i. it truni
tut-. I
lepea
IV it a a IV rs
Fom H'txir:. Iowa. March CO. Lester
U. Van S.uit. Hie .-ii.-. r tor the Auieri-
tan bXi'H'-s ccinpau here, was arrest
ed Wedm'jil.iy eieiiif, charged with
lO.il'ing the, ,s, pa ,.a;e. let I in his
can1, lie pl".il ' eon ,i ,, . mi, v in
.ail. He is u bru it ton: Ml.ov. in
ars of a :e. lie o.f tun-ii gotne with a
fast crow I. and it wa. at toe siker
la " in , I i is in-gotten gams were sis lit
It is 11. t sinriii .list h av m ,ch lite
coliipaav ' if lo l. li it it wi I ti.no nit to
Is-1 ,i ,s n s o . an I im. ill- stealings
cover a p- rio l of ih'ix' In -n In. il's
scheme was a shrewd on li. i;is,Ttinir
a wire into lie sealed em' Io n he was
aide lo alalia t it p -rti n of its contents
without le i a it ; me seal. Unlit not
Issil lor ll.s I. is h i it, ho Would not
Lau f.kien nn I r -il-pn io i.
COUNTEHFt.Tc-lj CJ3HT.
A Hunk Agent a . Ills tl lis In Trouble
at II ,n.tln.
ItfVTAi.'i. N V :nr.ll al For
week, past a ni'tnarif . nmpluinta huve
btrn les.'eiv, d by toe nice ualhurilies
I hat a hir.'e a uoa.it of -p ir.oiis coin
was in v rcul iti- ii hi Iu, citr. Teu
cent i hi-e- an I don. i it w -r lliecoius
mostly iv.tii. i iv im" oilmen 'item uud
were o." a li evivile it i i.i e th ,t it was
Willi the timiiwl ti in uitv I ,at tliev
wrn ilfiis't. .1
e itiesil.tk' itLdit oil1ci!ia nrmstAi!
William Hn.t rv, a l on n.'cnt, mid
May Malt.-rv. ui, wif . L ism .laichinu
llleir roolll- l-'Ul Ilea . -111,1. le teu cent
ineceii.il I o its dol ar a nla-ter naris
mould, and ii.iterariei- mvd iu inn .Jug
moi.ey, eie 111 ttnerei.
Miinlans's lllelis.) nilrer f it I.
CuoKK CiTV. Mont.. March SB. TV
wi.rk on ihe J.oii au'ii 1 ion silver mint
which Iihi Iss ti In pn.gr us during tlie
wiuter, htut .lost re- u I to. I in the iliscbr-
erv ot the urt-iii.nl Uxlv of tiiver cru
that h is llu.s iur U-iui iound iu the sluVi
of ilouimti.
Kirea K.iiia,s Rslrassii on Rnnit
lllulNKHii. Minn.. March 20. Henr
Paine, ,r., and ' hnrles riearln. charged
wan roiitiiiu tne Northern l actlio Lx
press coinp.iii.v here of 6iA,u.io, were
DruiiKiu ner- vtennesiny by blicritl
Hpniiwling iro.n Mi-soala. Mont Thev
had a pn liininiirv exHiuin.uion anil
wuro rvlcoaed on louds of 0,UoU each.
anlaluM In a Cellar.
liONDON. O . March 20 Mrs DarM
T. llcranl, the wife of wcallliv farmer.
nsldiitg near hem, txk a looking glaae
aiiiirevoi.fr a.iu went into the cellar
und shot hewlf, she was dospondent
over in nrtutn.
Canm k K uli'Kt r nenteneeo).
ToMONro, Out., March :. William
Powan Molfmt, aoco in taut of the On
tario bank, was vtedmndny acnlenoed
to tUriHt .vine' lmpiloiiineiit In the (ien
Herniary at Kiiigsion lor einbeuleiuuut.
C0NURES3.
Krvsntv.Minh Day.
In tha senftie Mr. Hhermsn rporti a
siihatltuts to- Ilia niwtt lnwtl in bill to
meet the olijeet Ion of packers An order ft
thssetinie to imsl at II a, in. went over.
iir. lilstr was rnt randv for a vnts oa bis
motloo to reentud Ier th educational bill
I he anil-trust bill was considered until )
P, m Atwr eucutiv asaaloo lb snout ad-
joarnnt
In th Irntue Th Wvotnln sdmlailna
bill was ooaaidered ' under a apseial order
ontiisiav p. m,, witaa a
BBUlU.0h
KANSAS FARMERS I LADIESMCID GLOVES
Eosululins Ailoptetl By tlif Al
liitneo t'oufercuto.
United States S9nator John J.
Ingalls "Roasted."
liat Hna He Rver Dona lit the Inter
cst of tlie Agricultural ami Lab.olni;
El.m.iit of KaisasT Not a Pulltloit
OraaiiUatlniisontb Carolina Parmer'
Assot-latloti Goiiveutlon,
Tol'F.K.i, Kail., March '.'9. The follow
ing is an outline of the resolutions
adopted by the t-'anuors' Alliuuce con
furoiice iu session hcrj:
I'iist - lieuiauding legislative enact
ment iipsirtiotiing the Klniukage of
farm uiu -a. that are under mortgage
obligations, bv reason of a contraction
of the circulating medium or inner un
just legi.-lal.ou between the mortgagor
ami the mortgagee in proportion to their
icepeclivu interests at the lime the mort
gage as drawn.
Scc ud - liemanillng that cougreas ap
point a committee to investigate tlie
original bill remting to National bon Is.
for tlie pin pose of uscertuin ng wlie.lier
tiie tvoid "lor" was eiHsed, and the
word "alter" substituted, making the
bonds pa aule with the premium of -0
or . i p. r cent.
Thud - Demanding the election of
Vnt'cd Slates senators by direct vote of
tlie people.
J o.trih Demanding the election of
railroad commissioners tiv direct tote of
the Hople. uud that they be given
plenty powers to regulate rates as is
no a the law in Iowa,
Kith -I lemanding that an amend
ment io the state constitution be sun
minted lo the people allowing the legis
lative enactment oi exemption of home
steads, occupied by the owners from
ttixut on. mi I that a cumulative system
ol luxation be levied on lands held for
Becululiio purjsei by nou residents,
mi, ii-or corporations, in ptoportion to
tlie increase of -til. union.
N.th liecouitneiiiling the organiza
tion by Ihe alliance of n lecture bureau,
win. -li shall provide lecturers for the
better cdiicsiiion of the memoera of the
order.
Seventh I'ecommending that the
taxes paid by railroads built by the aid
ol county Uitids shall be part of lite
county ss hooi funds, and where town
ships liuve Uvn bonded, taxes .-o accru
ing should be divided among the school
di tricts 1 f tlie townships.
The eighth resolution is as follows:
"Notw itiistandtng ttiu fact that loan J.
Ingalls has represented isansas for
eign.ecn years iu tlie United caatea sen
ate, il is a iliilicull matter for his con
stituents io point lo a single measure he
has eter championed iu ihe interest of
the great agii uliural and laboring ele
ment ol Kansas und we w.ll not sup
p"ti, bv oar toll's or indue. ice. auv can
didate lor the legislature who favors his
le ele lion to the C nited State .senate,
A piMpotdtinn to make the alliance
ruiiiic.il orgam.Jttion was defeated.
SOUTH CAROLINA FARMERS.
I'lin.ual Interest Taken In Ilia Slate Con
tention or Their Association.
Mtiv 0:1 i, Alar.-h A special to
Tlie Wo, Id from Columbia, S. C, says
unusual int rest is in.tnifeatej in th
funnels association suite convention
tvh.ch met there i'liursdav. The tar in
it. issued a iiiiimfe.sto aevend weeks ago
charging tout tae state was now be.ng
governed by an "uri-locratic oligarchy, '
and cull.ng th.s convention winch is to
nominal.' a candidate lor eacn stale
Oilue, from gov, rnor down, to be put in
the lul l for rat. Ilea 1011 or re ectiou by
tu" next Lwiiiociatic sutie conveuttou.
1 no mainles o roll aiued the most
serious clin.ges against the state govern-
mini aim tne lAiuoejutiu u.irtv, our
rupt.oii und rings lieuig 1 reefy referred
t.i. A sivutl icfcrence was 111a le lo Ihe
ireipicitt It ncliiiigs, which areutlrilmtcl
to I md laws uud their 1 lhcient adalltns
liution. T lilitv counties will Iw renreseiito.1 lu
the convention by nlsiut ,lisi dele.ales.
rue counties r el use to have an . thiinr to
uo wiin tue convention.
1 lie exlremisiH wish to nominal-1 'not
Feu. 1 dim an lor govern t i'ae txin-
sir.ative win; U'l.eie in awaniuir tne
action of the regular ante convention,
While il is hurdl e probable that the Till
maiiit will have t ie iiuiueric.il strength
to control the c-niieiiiion, and it is U"
lieie l thai tne elfori to mase noinin.-i.
luii will fad.
THE UNITED PRESS.
EitrsiirUlnarj Tims In Ui purlliif ihe
mroril-Catnbrlil t" lias-.
N'K.w YoltK, March JO. - The announce-
mrnt of the result of tlie Uxfo d-t am
bridge boat race, iu London Wedn wlay,
Was aeut over ibe variotia teleirranh cir
cuit of the I nl'ed t'nis. within one
niiiiuu- und a h ilf of the time that the
bow tif the nxlord boat crossed the
l.lii-ll hue. This extraoidmarv le.it w ut
accoini lished thrs'iigii tne co irtesy and
co ora ion of the Direct Cnhle 00 n
pain, w hose o lice in this citv was con
liecbd by wire Willi that of tiie I lilted
Press, the Is'n loti o lliv w con
nei'ltni with Mori lake, thus practically
making a inlinuiu wiru inutiection
be.wi-en the sivne of the linish of the
rncennllhe general otllces o: tho L'ni
teil prtii on Itroadwitv. The dtspatob
was ided three ipiartcrs of a uiinut
alter Ihe resuli of the rare was known,
and the ucluul time occupied in Iran
milting it to New . ork and in aendi. f
it over liie t niu.il lYese circuits was bat.
tweeu forty nnd forty-tivo sooon It.
ho Ills r'ormar rintploynr.
New Y'iiik. March 20. Huoerintend
ent Alfred l. Moaltnn. of the Slelnwav
Surfeit rail toad tysum of Long Island
City, was shot and fatally luiiived at thai
lines by a dischargeil driver, John
aoniien, VteUnesilav afterntxn. Kon
nen says that Moulton has hounded hlin
iur vi ar. causing lu dt-cliarce at aer.
ertil iilaces. A lew minuUs later ex
Alileru.au rt ltihanty ait inpuvl toihout
niiiiainii iiiiams, a nrotiier or in
8e, tor Wililniiw, of New York. The
rvtolver whs knocked from iH'luhautys
hand, and lie waa locked uo, The
trouble arose oier om moner trnna-
ctlotm. 1 hthanty ha held mauj- olUoe
01 trust in ixng uinnj city.
Horribly rrtlsbeil.
Baltimohi., March ?. The Ameri
can vhl from Rotnney, W, Va.,
aavs the , .'-yeaitild son of I'leorg Ctin
niDthinn, reeidlng at Seneca, i enolton
Of.uiitv, wus kllb d Wednesday by a tree
which he li Ihsl with an ni, falling upon
him. ihe little fellow' bones were
bioki n ,n even part of his body.
lie limcellenl Uimllllrn
Comuicnd to pulillc npprovnl thrCalifor
niii liiiiid fruit rrninly Syrup of Vifit. It
is plrnsin! to the rye, and to the taatr
nnd li v (icntly ertinif on the kidney,
livrrand lMiwrla.lt rlrnnar the avalrtn
clTretunllv, therrliv prnmotliijj the health
ami comfort of all who use It.
I. Insenbti Lnttinm, of Creenville. N.
C, take tilrnaure in ailditiir a wnnl of
rommrntlotlon ot Mr, Joe I'erson
Kerned v. Mr. Latham tint! the rlvanere
ln vrry hnHlv, nnd theuenftliiKrmly
provet) wontlrrftil In it effect, and after
ualne a few bottle ber health vstlv Im.
proved. J. Latham,
sept, ud. inic rut co., n. c,
Where to Buy Them.
No buttons to pull off or
jihifh the wrist.
Lnt'c without hooks to
en tell or tciir.
A pood iissortini-nt of all
sizes in stork.
For snlt onl.v h.v
HOSTIC HKOS. & WKKJIIT.
No. 1 1 X. Court Stpiiirc,
AT THli
I.KADIISG
JEWELRY STORE.
The tnttre Mint'k n!
Plated Jewelry,
Im'tuilinu tine ltrnn-luit, Mutttm nnl MrMit-
l-a-0 NE-THIRD OFF 1-1-53
KctfHnllt tf cnt. nil we Intend In the futnn
to keep tin thin tr Imt Solid Cold and
SterlinK Silver Jrwrlry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
LEADING JEWELER,
Soutli .Main St.
Ahhcvillc
W.A.Bi.aiu. .I.V. Buowx
FURNITUUK
AMI
UND 1CUT A KING.
No. 3 J lHttou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLIR S OLD STAND
t e are now rcatly, and in
vite our friniils it ml the pub
lic gel n -rally to cull and ex
amine our vu-ll selected stock
of
FURNITURE,
Which we are offering at rod
bottom prices. I 'inlrtn king
snecitil fentiire. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night
I5LAIR & BROAVN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
fsaaesxtHii .iteaTWKNV,
Wratt-ru North Carolina liivlalnn.
IMUHItNUKK TRAIN HCIIltlH I.K.
tlN 1'ri.Kcv Man-byni
Tlttll Mrrlillan tlmr ilsr.1 wltrn ttut uthrrwl.
InUlva'nl.
thu'kii.
Nn. Ill
Unity.
Nil ft.1
illv.
I.v. Knnsvlllr,
I
anopnil annum
1 'J linnm I 'Jni'i'inl
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" s'llminiitin
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" vtiiahinirti'n
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Nrv Vnrk.
' IISTMiil Mil.-
1nr,,m Tannm
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llt'.'iipni fiasrinm
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aim am'l.v. Hot aTitlnit,
ttlAumlArr Aahrvtllr.
InuuaniiAr. MrntlrnHmvlllc,
laillnml" ttpartantiiire,
ArrJ4u fi m
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l.v.l A4ti u m
MI'KI'IIY flKANCIl.
lT(liallyriit aunrtavTl" T Nu. If
Din a mil.?. Aahrvlllr, Ar.l AAA p m
II in a mi Ar,
tA'avnravlltf.
nn am
9A4 pin
ft 4rt ji m
tl'vai.n City,
VVaatHrlil,
" M4A a m
l.v.l II to a in
Nna AO and Al, Cullman nireitera lirtwren
Orrftiabom anil Mnrrltnwn
N.m A3 anil All Pnllmaa Pttnrt airvwna
Caralwtwttn lint atirlnira and Waahinatnn.
Aahrvlllr Is llrraaraal Btatluo n.r No, AO.
" IMnnvr " " " AA.
Illtkoryl 62.
W. A. WINIItlKN. It. P A.,
Aahrvlllr. N C.
A. U. TAVI.OH.rt. P. A
wnaninnttin, i. t.
PRIVATBUARD,
NRW HOI'KBI NBWLl KUHNIAHKII
ALL MOUKKN IMPNDVKMIINTt.
M1S. N. B. ATKINSON,
He. 311 Mayweed IHtert.
DKl'OS AMP MEPIC1XES.
Shoe Brushes, Hat BrusheH.
Cloth Brushes nnd Flesh
Brushes, at T. C. Smith &
Co.'s.
All the finest nnd most pop-
ulnr oniinis ot lohaeeo are
sold by T. C. Smith & Co.,
Druggists.
Ilna-land's best Tobaeeo
Seeds, selected for Buneon.be
eounty nnd for snle by T. C.
Ninth Co.
Lnzell's Choice Perfumes,
Coloirnes, Extracts and
Sachet Powders at T. C.
Smith tSc Lo. s.
e have the best stock of
Pressed I I rbH in ounce pack
ages. '1 . (.:. Smith & (,'o.
te sen tne strictly pure
Lead of J no. T. LewisA: Bro.,
as it gives the best satisfac
tion. T. C. Smith & Co.
Horsford's It rend Prepara
tion nnd Itorden si omleiised
It'll Pl-l s . a.l (I It a
.1IIK 11T 1. ( . Mlliril iV III, S
Drug Store.
Mierwm. illiams & i o. s
Beady Mixed Paints, all col
ors, in small and large runs
at T. C. Smith & Co.s.
Buist's Celebrated Sed Po
tatoes, all varieties, just re
.ivcd by T. C. Smith Ac (..
Druggists.
One (Sros Hood's Sarsn
parilla at T. C. Smith & Co.'s
also a gross of Scott's
hiiiulsion Cod Liver Oil.
Dryden & Palmer's Double
uelined Bock Candy Syrun
by the barrel or less, at T. C.
Smith 5c Co.'s Drugstore.
Colgate's Soaps and Per
fumery in large assortment,
at T.I-. Smith & Co.'s.
A full assortment of Fresh
( iaiden Seeds just reeeh d by
T. C. Smith & Co , Druggists.
One Hundred Bushels best
Bed Clover Seed, si'lling out
at lowest pricesatT.C. Smith
& Co.'s Drug Store.
Bluetirass, White Clover.
Timothy. Orchard (irassnnd
S.i pling Clover, for sale at T.
C. Smith iV Co.'s Drugstore.
ihe largest Viinety of
rooth Brushes, both Knglish
ami r rench, also a fine lint
f Hair Brushes at T. C.
Smith Jc Ct.'s.
Special attention paid to
lilling Physicians' prcserip-
1 ions 111 i.t.Mintn 1 o. s
Drug Store. Medicinestleliv
red to any part of the city.
on short notice.
We have plenty of goods
ami we are selling them at
hot torn prics.-- e move t lie
goods on short proms. 1 .1".
Smith & Co., Druggists.
T. C. Smith & Co.
lead the
prices in
Western
in the Drug
trade of
rn Carolina. Competi
tion has taken a backseat.
Fifty irross Diamond Dyes.
all shades und colors, in any
luantity. sold by T.C.Smith
tStCo.
The bet Tea iu the market
at the price put unin small
packages sninples fnt, nt
T. C. Smith Jfc Co.'s Drug
Morn.
A fresh stock of DeWitt
Clinton Cigars came in to
day, also ft.OOO Flevens.
1 hese nre the best nve and
ten cent Cijmtx in Asheville.
T. U. Smith & Co., Druggists.
Soda Water nil the year
round atT. C. Smith & Co.'s
Drug Store; nlso CainplH'H'H
(Singer Ale.
One Barrel Genuine Delmn-
tian Insect Powder and 200
boxes Spider Web Sticky Fly
Paper just to hand, nt T. C.
Smith & Co.'h.
One gross of Mrs. Person's
Ileinndy nnd rttrrossof Swift's
Sjiecirle just received by T. C.
Smith & Co., Druggists.
ANKW MKMP, ntrrrally linpaml hr had
Inar aarmhara of th Aaharllla har oa
flnaat parvbmant mm4 aaavy Hat paprrl, tar
arlne all a.naaarjt potat. Jaat eal mnA mnm
m aal at th . ot tar Citiaaa Paairae
me Co.. Na e NaHli Cnerv nmiar. Heete
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE HICKORY INN,"
HICKORY, N. C.
A POPULAR WINTER RESORT.
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Average Winter Temperature, 52 Degree.
The Hotel is handsomely furnished throughout, lias
L'lectrie Lights, das. Hot and Cold Water Baths, nnd all
the conveniences of a modern home. For terms, etc., Ad
dress FRANK I.OLGIIRAN,
Proprietor.
TRYON HOTEL,
TRYON CITY, IS. C.
lltr tn Aahrvlllr will Ami thr CI.IMATI nt Tryun, nn tilt- Snulli, ni l ol the nine
KIiIrc Mll.lllik anil I'l.HASANTI-K than tliHt of Aalii-villt'.
Try It lor a ilnv, Iravlnic Aahrvillt- in tlie morniiiK ninl n tiirninC tu lltnr fur aiipiwr. Take
Aahrvlllr and Kpnrtanliuril tmlll nml aliii. nt thr TkV"V II-'Tl'l . nrnr ilrnnt. rr ilinncr,
orwritrlnrilrculnra. CX i WII.MIM, ITopr h,
nmrJH ill w I rim City, N. C.
TAYLOR, IIOVIS
-Wholnmlr an)
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
hkati:rs, ran;i:s. tin w a hi:, &c.
saxitakv im.fmiiixc. cas ax1 sti5am kittixi".,
TIX AXI SI.ATI; Koorixr.,
AI TOM ATlf KI.I-VTKIC OAS LH51I TIXO AXIi CALL HliLI.S,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" CASH CHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House,
No. 43 Patton Ave. AnlicvIIlc, N. C.
Katimatra ihrrrnill Oivrn m all Work In ur Line.
marl tlly
THE WINYAII HOUSE,
' Comrr Itritrtl nnil I'iuc atrtt-t, Cnnip I'ntton.
ASHEVILLE. N. C
L'omlth'tt'il n 11 S.1 tlit tirilltti fur invnlitla unlit rin; tmni iMmiim-h ol
lliv IntiK nnil tlironl. ninl iimlt'i-tilt-t'lin'cc nl I'r K'.irl inn Km It.
Comltit'lril nM.ti iIh-moat iiirovtil iil.'ina vml.irHil l.y tin- linilint;
nirnilK-m nl llir inrdi.nl I'niliai-i'iii I i rlut .-iiKiinlint ma in cvt-rv
1I1 iinrt mrnt. I'or iiiirtit'iiliir iniilit'
KAUI. VMS KI CK. It. S., M. I
I r. von KniVsiitv olfiiT: Nn. .'In I'nttnn nvt-nnc. knotiiaXon. I.
'i mill H. up Miiira. Olliii llinna: 1 1 to I oVIiK'k. I'rnt'titt' Innittil
10 iliMiiM- of tin- luitcft ninl tlin.nt.
. T raNNIMAH
PENNIMAN & GO.,
H A RiDiW A R1E
AOBNTH Pi IK
OUPONT POWDER Ca, RICHMOND STOVE CO., COHTLANO WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEPAKtR WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. MXOHMICK HAHVESTINO MACHINE CO.
I.IMIv
-N EW1GOOD Si-
Jutit In, and Vc arc Going to Sell Tlicm.
All klnda ot Urr Ootnla, Notions, Hrraa ilootla. itlnuhaina. Ih.mratlc, Jiana, Planncl.
Hlankrta, ahora, Hoola, llala IntaofthrntlH.uuht n.rlraathnn mat .4 innkinu. Hnmi ol thrtn
toat nulhln and half, and will hr anl.l thr aamr any Wr arr aitrnta fur anmr of thr lar
vat Parlnrlra In thr Month and tan aril yon ll..tm-mmli Jrana. all wool Allnl, lor Ira than
yu run art itwrn Irom any nlhrv atorr In thr Stat. Wr hrrp OHAIIAXI'N IIOMU-MAHU
SlltlHH, a4 will aivv yon nnjr alylr al a low pnra aa anr nthrr lartorv I th etatr, aad
Htiarantrc rrrrr pmr A anal niany nl our inmili wrrr luumht at nurtlnn and lata I thr
araann, ao r ran aril Ihrni li.wrr than vnn will And thi-m al ant nthrr at.it In Ihr Hlatr.
Try and arr. Crlrva mailr In thr tttrr.
AMlieville Dry Goods Co.,
IT N.inn Main sural, 11 dour hrlt.w I'rnnltnan' llardwarr Btorr.
. O. IIOVYHLL, Maaaitr.
W. D. UOWK,
uhAi.aa IN-
ITALIAN AMERICAN
afARnl.lt.
Ilrnnlir l -nnntmta
rtc.
All kimla ol Mum.
ntrnia, Toinltattinr
Hradal.mra. I'rn.
and Vnara mailr I.
onlrr In thr latral
dolajna
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Vt.l At lliinromln
War, hnuar.
aaaedAm
Itnglleli mid French
BOARDING AND OAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG UDIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. ti Pn ni h llmad Avrnur.
MRS. SUROWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(Kor aaaor yrara Aaamlatr Prlnt'ltml nr Ml.
vrrnu inatttittr, nnitimort.l
Aaalatari hy a cnri of romnrntrnl trarhara.
nrrn n.r
IU00IEI, CARRIAQEte kUACKt MIT NINO
To thcHHiftii nf Attwvllt snrl (rtn(( I
would nnnnunrr ttint mt mv nhottt nn Ccill
ilmt, ntnt in Woodlinry' tllr, I urn Itrt
rr prrparrn man vvvr lo no tnri tti mv nn.
Wakoii, HtisrfttM and Vmrrimww mnis(mc.
rrd. RtMlrln and hnrtkrhovtasf Mrs n
rl1tl, and prrrWt Mtlafiu-HiHi ff.Rranlr4,
Ml WUrklNM alt flMtVlMM UMl aWinrMlaUld
aijr ctiMrae) fnodvrmftc.
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$3 SHOE OINTLKMIN.
ln Calf. Ilaan Land Urmia ad CraaaV
nifrpm., ...
Fob.
.ou and el. j nova' M'hoqi hhom.
Alt nwla la Coaaraaa, Ralloa aa Laa.
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