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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1890.
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By an Explosion in a Chicago
Thirty Men Caught In the Ruins
Which Take Fire.
lit Klghl Arc Either Crushed In Death by
rr' ' th Falling Building or Cremated lu
:' " tho Burning Debris, While Mxteon Art
J: '", Mar or Leu Injured The Result of an
explosion of Stareh Duet.
i-Chicago. March 80. A horriblo ei-
hi plosion Thursday night in the starch de
l partment of the iuiiuensa buiMiiiKS of
f-. theCiucairo Suyar KeUain company,
r '. j at Taylor and Wch streets, killed, at
I -J least aglit persons and injured sixteen
r more, perhaps fatally, lue exi usion
which was heard a mile away, was
caused by the Unit inn of hue explosive
starch dust, similar to that wiucu gain
ers in Uourinfe mills.
Two explosions followed in succession,
causing the collapse of the two -story ud
dition to the main sixteen etury build
ing. The thirty men in the udditiou
were caught iu a living hell. Hlirieits
and grouus arose from the debris, and
tlie employes of the main hi.IMmg
rushed out to save their imprisoned
compHinous if possible. The ruins were
buruini; furiously, and the heat wits so
great that tlie tireuicu undoiliei's workvu
By 9 p. m. sixteen injured m. n had
been removed aud lliree diud liodies had
baen recovered. At 11 p.m. another
body was found and four others are sup
posed to be e.ul iu tlie rums.
The lirt of the dead include Albert
Fobold, Fritz draft, Albert VViukn and
August Thremeu and two uu crown
men who went to work Thursday morn
The following it a list of the injured:
Peter (jeriiurd. badly buruod: Joliu Oil-liK-iu.
N il ium luhans. Joseph Oswald,
Ikrnard l.hheiiiu, Oscar Scualu. Lir.
Heln, Henrv llarlierd, Martin Stare.:,
Tiiouios Holmes. Louis Nelsiol, llarrisou
Tluvper, ilhum mid ioiiy lloleck,
Lewia Hunks and Aloert Hopp.
The engineer, who was dug out of the
ruins wiis ho injured that lw could not
account lor the explosion, except to say
that all lit once he seemed to be lilted
up, and everything sei-uii'd to be fulling
The financial loss from the explosion
will not be large. The bint lin was
worth not more than tilO.oo , an 1 the
maclnnerv, tHiilers, injuries and tlie
supply ot sturch on hand wdl prouably
area:e $iii,'i more.
Tba Sllunlloti In the Inundated Country
Atone, the Mississippi.
New York, March :10. A Herald
special from Memphis I riday murniug.
aid: The situation in the oversowed
country as far south as La l onia Circle
is appalling. Thedevasta'iou and sulfer
insj is incalculable to lotii stock mid
human beings. Water U p urii'ir over
the leree for seven miles und i a.-e.u out
the levee ut lienrii o.
The river is ull risins. and an addi
tional rise of ten to eighteen inelies is
expected from the St. Francis river.
Sev elite, d liun.lre.1 people in this dis
trict lire actually suilenm? for the neces
saries of life. Whites. nijrioes, mules,
ho sand cows are hmldled together in
pin-lions, h iiu.l on stuni. nn.l nil are
in great danger of starving to ileal h.
At Cirecnville, Ml...
New Om.EANri, March :ti). A special
from (jrceuville, Jlisa., Friday moniiug,
Heavy win lg were blowing all Thurs
day, causi.ig the levees to wash Im.lly
in many places, and lit several places
alwve tire, nvi.le ure considered to lie in
critical condition, hears of a treat
di -aster here are generally entermiiied,
ami there is griul alarm uuioiig the
Ah. Mlt h)iw th.
Advlcm from Skipuith are to the
eiTirt tliut tinre has b en no los of life
hi Unit seetiiiii, I .in ut least twenty live
cotton plantations have l eeii imin lateJ
by the I rea .in ; of the crevasse there,
aildireut dnma e must ensue. There
is gteat distress along riteols' bayou, the
people tiring en irely hemmed by tlie
water in iiiuny places.
THE AYOMERS WILD.
Great llij .leltt at Cherenn When They
Hear the Guild Nrw.
CnEVKSMi, Wy. T., March :10. Never
in itf history has there been such re
joicing in Cheyenne as there was Thurs
day over the news that the house had
passed the Wroming admission bill. It
preud with ti.e rapidity of wild I ire. and
in a most in- oneeiuiliiy short space of
time the en lire business portion of the
city was lavishly decorated with llum
nil streamers. The fire bells and church
bells were ringing, and roaring caunon
added joyous thunder to the celebration.
In tlie evening there were b. nil res and
jieeches in the nuolio emiarca, and the
citizens, many of whom have not voted
for a pri on, en t fi r twenty-four yean,
were wild with joy.
THE CITY OF PARIS
Two Dajs Overdue at Qiieonatown Dor
Agent Snt Worried.
New Yohk, Murch 80. The Inman
line steamship I lly of Pari was forty,
eight hours overdue at Queenstown
Thursday night. Mlie has not bi en spoken
since her departure. The agent here
think that she has probably met a steam
ship in dia.ress ami may be towing her
into Vueen-Oow n. They do not think
that it is likely that she has been dis
abled, bhe line duplicate engines, and
even if one should get out of order she
could run under three-quarters speed
with the other.
Chased be Lynflhor.
LaPORTR, Ind., March 80. reter Kck
ert. redding iu the adjoining county of
Marshall, while in a drunken frenzy,
attempUMl to murder his family Wednes
day nl hu one of his children will die
from tlie injuries received. The neigh
bors, upon discovering the act nf the un
natural parent, pursued him with a rope
for the piiriKute of stringing him up. lie
eluded tlieui, however, and took refuge
In a marsh. A number of shuts were
Bred at Kckert during the chase, but,
unfortunately, none of them took effect
NEWS IN BRIEF.
CoBdenMtlon of lutorostlng Item, on
There Is Joy in Zion, 0., over the discov
ery of gas tbfire, ,
Standard Oil eosnpeny hae swiillriaeil the
Ilma syudloaU la excaange for ll.UUU.UOO
Fourteen thousand workingmen at Bar
eslona have struck tot shorter hours and
Mrs. John Wurlok, of Gonhen, Ind., quar
reled with her hu.baud and found eternal
. peaes In the suicide's grave,
WUlbun Thompson, a farmer living about
lares miles south of Covington, O., oonuult
tea SMteide by taking poison,
fws-wor gonganung and ftiglnssr
Rooney have beeu found retjwiialble for the
Luke bhoio accideut, March o.
The Kuiitucky ass.cintlua rmplmtically
denies tlio rumor that there will be uo
racing this spring. They will race as usual
Rev. Dr, V. I). Uurrell, of Minneapolis,
has decliuwl the call extcudvd by the Col
legiate ltoforuiod church, of New York
W. D. Howells, of Doston, heads the "Zu
boir," a club winch will investigate the
claims of ullcgi-d foreign uoblvnien and ce
lebrities. P, D. Starr, an Insurance uisn of Kansas
City, Is mi-siug. ami is thought to have fJtvl
o Mexii-0, ilis purtuer alleges that he is
Th" minors of Oallltzin, Pa., have struck
In opp nitliiu to a stoutu driller introiluced
by the cumpuuy. The Uullittiu e .iiipauj's
works are closiU.
C'hai 'es Dessow. a grocery dwder of La
porU, Intl., has niyst.-i iously dtapixHtrtHL
It u tliuiipht he wandered uway iluriug a tit
of tetnKirary insaiiiiy.
Losing al'io in tlie lientou, 0., rat, mice,
sparrow and hawk hunt gave a supir to
the winners, whuss layout of 7,111 corpses
vote It s ghastly inorgucry.
The city council of Login, 0., granted a
franchise of the streets and alleys of that
city fur un ei.-ctric lilu plant to Mewra
Welsh & lUnsing -r, of Atheus.
The torpeilo Unit Cii.-luiig had her flnnl
trial Thursday iu a heavy c.i outside of
.Sewuort harnor, and beliuvied uduiirably.
The bouril will report favorably,
The criminal court jury at Indianapolis,
fud., return t a verdict scutiiticuig Rotiert
1'hillipiit fur four years for murdering
Mui'suul Wiih.iui-, his brotber ui-luw.
(J. Uonloii A' turns, a proniiueut attorney
f L is Angeles, was foiiu i d- ud iu his olllce
witlu a t-ullet wotiud iu Ins temple. The
shouting is believisl to Uuo b.vu occidental
A pcrtlun of the Coiii'itgliain uiiue, own,-d
by the lA-Uwnre ,V lliuUeii C"iuMiiiy, at
A'ilKesliiirre, l'ti., cav,sl in 7'liursd i.v, caus
ng a settling of the eurib above, fio casual
Eighty ci opern, of Wouls & Smith, of In
,liuuaieiis lud., are on a strike. The wen
leitmnJ that an iigreemeut to work at a re
duction shall last until tteptcuiber, which
ibe Arm iMfuse.
It is understood ukiu gniid authority that
the burial of Uea, licurne Crock's reuiainsat
U.&klaud, AM, is hat transient, and th-it ia
the fall they will be removed to I no National
cemetery ut Arlington.
The IhhIv of a m:in ulsnit (10 yivtrs of age
was washed nslieiv iie.ir Mailisnti, O. From
p.',!'rs f.iund in the ituclu-t tlie IkI)' is sui
IkimsI to be that et C. tt. c rickmore, uu at
torney ol uidsiir, Out.
Dudley Karlin. pnueipid owner ot tho
Lima Ud cotupiny stoek. denies the tele
griplUHl ren c that tb- rttiindord Oil com
pany bus purchiisuil the Lima couipauy. He
s.iys tuei-e ui.ist oe so:ue uustake.
Lending cilia ns of St. Paul uiet Governor
Miller, uf N.'i tli Dakota, lliuivlny, and ar
raived t,i raise a guurantiie fund of f ICO.OUO
for the purclms.) oi 10 i.u Ki bushels of seed
wheut lor destitute laruiers of North
Mrs. Crook, who Is cempMelr prostrated
since th.- sti.eieu den h of her husband, Ueu.
I- orge Ci i ,ok, is ipuetly rsi-liug at the
lituilfK liulcl. in Oakland, Mil Mie has de
tenniueii to nuke her p. ruuuient residence
In t labium).
The Ieua house of rcprpscntntirc hns
passtsl, without opp-.'siMon, a bill to compel
ail ruilro'tds in tb tt state to make Juiut
through iMtes with their rniinivtio:i& Tue
a--t alsu provides agu.ast discrimination iu
favor of elt.es,
John A Davis, the defaulting city treas
urer, nf 1J. rhister. N. Y-, who nib-ralisi
fiio.iHH) el the city's money. p.e.ided guilty to
acliii'1,1. of grand larceny in the tlrst de
gre Tiuirs.lav, an-l sentencisi to fivo
years ia .nturn prison.
Tobias Kiliott, a youiii; farm -r of J.-irk-on
tnwiisliiii. Sliiihv ciiniv, U., is missing.
His Iiupm retiirniil le.mc Mnmtay iiuirning,
ilt ag,ci,g the rcueiuis ut h.s buggy, nnd it ft
teari.l tliut the v,.iii,'le struck n bridge In
the dark nil 1 1 lint Kiliott isdion d.
The Dnio legislature has enact,.! a law
prohil'iting railroa I c unpuiles from requir
ing eiuploj'.'s to join iu-urntieo associations;
milking eoinpnni.s rcshiti-ililp tor damages
for injerii .ut:iin"d ! piiiiluy-s through
the iieglipeii, f iithereuiplnveit, and de'lar-
iug delicts iii rnrs and machinery prune
facie evident of gross n.-itiigniiiM,
"When a fellow wants to m.-.ke a damned
fool of hhnsif nhy don't yon let him
alotie f nskeii It. II. F nvler, after twice
having the suicidal ehlMriliriii pumpiH nut
of him I'V D,-Iihi, Ind.. ilis t. rs The doctors
lH-idnl that lie uoulil mukea is tter sucLt-ss
at the lus:ii,ss nhve tlmn dead, aud sunt
him Lite!; to his Chicago hoine,
In the seu'iie A bill was iiasMd to allow
sfiecl.il agents of the ceii-us riflle.-$:) a day
for kttiisittctice when t'ai eiing. Also a b.11
nuthui'i7.iiig the pureuuse of -.VJ tents by
tne an'retai-y ol war lor ll io.l sufTi-rers in
the smith. A num'ier of bills were retKjrte.1
The anti-trust bill was coii.iilered and re
lemtl to the Ju lic ifirv rommittee, with
nuieiiiliuents an 1 inst rue' ions to report back
w itluii twenty days. 1 he defieudent pension
bill Has contidi red, and at S:iA p m. tils
sena tc Hdjouri.cd.
Iu th.- Iiuiim -Th. bill tomlnilt Wyoming
naatintas t-nk. ti up. An-mdments to
prevent wi man siitfrii.'e, tc., were voted
down. The till wns lluullv twseed I3W
yens, 127 nays, Ibe army appropriation
i.ill wu tuk.ii up, and at n.in p. m. the
Political It. volution Has Hroken Oat,
It title at HI. Tliion (.
New York, March 20. A telegram
received by Tel ittdo, liile rgn 4 Compa
ny, of 1 18 Wall street. Iii m 8t. Thomas,
Snu I'omitipo. sttitcs that a oliticnl rev.
Iiition lin-i oiiii-eii out, an t that a battle
uas been ft uht at Ht. Thomas.
Twn Hills Heennte Laws.
WAKlliS'tT'iv. Marcti 80. The nrl-
dent hits siimcd the bill to prevent the
intrnilui tion of c ntouious diseases from
one state to mi. ther also bill for erec
tion of a imbue building at lioullon.
FASHIONS FOR MEN.
Bleovus In all costs will be cut wider from
shoulder seam to cuff than heretofore.
Fur business suits hi mixed goods the
single breasted, round oornored sack coat
will he the popular short coat.
Of trousers in general not much may be
aid beyond tlie fact that the designs have a
rich, sober and durable aspect.
Overcoats are made with tho straight backs,
without seam ami in a variety of materials.
tbs favorite being tne soft Angoras.
Special designs for trouserings of outing
fabrics are one color, and unobtrusive stripes
and a few extreme novsltlss In darker effeote
In Imitation of oasaimeres.
In dress suits the toft Angoras and diago
nals hare almost entirely superseded all other
cloths. Coats either are finished with a nar
row, Out braid or are single stitched.
For single and double breasted sack suite
fancy checks and stripes will be much used,
and as ths market shows a large variety of
th materials, tbs choice is wide aim in
dividual taste may be consulted.
The Prince Albert or double breasted frock
coat will still be popular aud show some
slight changes. They will be cut shorter In
both waist and skirt than In former seasons,
the entire length being muoh shorter than
usual for this style of garment Light
shades In gray, pearl and drab colors wlU be
most generally used, and will be what men
term "the correct thug." Clothier and
rhere's a kltul o' chilly f sella' la the btewln' o
lad a souse u' sadness stealle' through ths tresses
u' tlio trees,
And a mist seems faille' dreary on the mountains
and 1 feel nij cueeks grow teary as I bid rou all
Oood-by" ths winds an sayln'i "good-by" the
s they bend low down an' whisper, wit tneh
green leaves wet wltb rata;
Qood-by" the roses murmur, as' the beocao
is If Ibej all felt sorry I bar eome-eoms to sa
I reason all have said It some time m ether sort
ind easy li ke, with eyes oast down, shot dared not
for tlie teure that trembled In tbasa-for the lips
that choked the sigh,
When it came a-awellln' from the heart aa' made
It beat good-by
I didn't think twas hard to say4, bat standbi' here
Wltb the pleasant past behind me and Use future
a-gloomln' youder is tne dark Ibe tears oome to
And I'm weepln' like a woman I bid you all
rba work I've done at with you; maybe some
tliliimi aeut wrong.
Like a but that mars the music In the sweet torn
of a sous:;
But, brethren, when you think of ms I only ask
Say as the Muster said of one, "Be bath done
what ne eoiim
and when you sit tow-ether ta the time aa yet
By your love eoeiroled ".resides la the t allays fair
Let Uie sweet past come be ore you, and with
e.'mel bins- like a stun
Just say. "Wealu't forgot blni sines lbs day be
- F L Stanton hi Rome Tribune
A Fllier from Chlneaa Grass.
Rninio, rhea or Chinese graas, ig by
no mt-uii a new discovery. It ia the
liber of u species of nettle and has been
used almost from lime immemorial by
the Chinese fur tho fabrication of light
clolliniL'. nets and line. It was intro
duced into Englund about ninety
veurs ug.i. receiving the commeiiua
lion ol the iiiuniifucluriiiif institutes.
und since that day etforu to make the
liber available to nvxiern processes
have not ceased. ISol less than fl.uuu,
000 lias been sunk in unsuccessful at
tempts, some of which have produced
cloths of bcuutilul texture aim uuun.
A Mathematical IMmaiistratlua.
Danvers Come. Markln.ni, surely
you ure not going to propose to that
ubsiiru .Miss Lctiveiiwortii, are joui
Markliani- Why mau, she baa
dozen suleuditl farms out in Kansas.
Duuvers Yes; and she's at least
Murkhitm Oh, you miss it by about
lllleen suaimers, uiy boy.
Dun vers- You are being deceived,
old inuii -wofully. 1 beurd her de
scribing the I'oiirU-eti year locusts; and
she said nobody could tell her any
limit; about liicin, because she hud
seen liicin tlnve times. -Harper Ba
Hnrrora ol rnenpell.
Dut uuioiig all tlie beauties there are
muny litii'i'ors in I'timpeii that leave
Itistiii-r impression, mere are casta
Liken from the molds of ashes that in
cased the victims of the great calaslro
ohe. showing tltcir writliings and ago
nies aa plainly us though they had
j 1 1st died, lucre are signs ol the dully
life tliut wut being lived when the
ashes began to full; occupations half
done and tttciiited in tho awful uio
meuta when the danger bocame ouly
too appureut. - Wusliingtoii Star.
oil C.sl a Itlsliifeelant.
The belief that smoke from toft coal
may have bencllciul sanitary cdecU it
gumiiig ground. It is clumied that
sulphur in the coal when burued be
come highly disinfectant. Further,
that creosote and its allied product
are llirowu olf with the fumes of bitu
minous coal, and that an atmosphere
charged with carbonic acid must be
freer from germs of Uisenso than an ap
furenlly purer air. -New Orleaus
To Make Pulled Bread.
Pulled bread ts liked particularly
well by English people, we are told.
They cut it with cheese. To muke
pulled bread, take a loaf of freshly
baked bread, while it is (till warm,
pull the inside of it out iu piece the
size of your hand and smaller, and put
these into the oven and bake them to
a delicate brown. When cool they
are crisp and thought to be especially
good with cheese. New York Tele
gram. About th Ear.
Ear vary greatly in form and site.
aud the peculiarities of shape they as
sume sometime give an index to th
character of the individual. Women
have much better shaped ear than
men. Thuv are uauitllv much ainallnr.
and tie close to the head. Borne peo
ple rxHtsess a singular muscular power
over the ear, and can move the upper
part at win, out it ia rarely met wilu.
rail aiuii uazoiie.
, Among persona who bav good
cause to congratulate themselves that
their line have been cast iu th "so
culled Nineteenth ceutury" Is our old
friend th school boy dunce. Dunoea
are now going to be treated on soien
title priucipie. Twenty or thirty
year ago they were nutde to stand on
a beuoli with a paper extinguisher on
their heads a a sign of disgrace.
London Telegraph. ,
"Young umn." said th boarding
mistress, sternly, "your comment are
out of place. I made biscuit, sir, lift
"Very likely," was the siuner' re
ply, adding iu an uudertoue to hi side
partner, "and if circumstantial evi
dence goo for anything, ibia speci
men I'm whetting my teoth ou ia on
of 'em." rbiludelpbia Time.
Giles How did you manage to get
your poem accepted by the nw nd
Tubh Told him th o.o enime ima
declined It, Kinx-h
lie Ksccllcnt Qualities)
Commend to public approval the Califor
nia litttitl fruit remedy Syrup of Kige. It
I pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
and bv gently acting on the kidney,
liver and bowel, it cleanse the svstem
efTcctuntly, thereby promoting the health
and comfort of all who use it.
Mr. o Person's Remedy cured Mr.
B. 8. Spirrs, Como, Hertford, Co., N.
C, of rheumatism, indigestion, and
erysipelas, after she had . flered for
year, and could get no relief from other
- AND -
Where to Buy Them.
IXobuttonn to pull off or
pinch the wrist.
Law without hooks to
catch or tear.
A good assortment of all
sized in stock.
For sale only by
IJOSTIC l.KOS. & WRIGHT
No. 11 X. Court Square.
Tht rntirc stock ol
Including tine HroiH-hes, Buttons and Brace
1-3-0 NE-TH IR D OFFI-1-3
Kftfeinllrn) nf cunt, wr intend in the futun
to krft nothing but ftolld Gold ttnd
8utIiiib Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
i CAnmn icwfifp
South main HU
V. A. ItLAIK. J. V. UllOWX
No. 39 Pattou Avenue,
M AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We hiv now ready, ami in
vit our frii'iiils ami the pub
lie jrrm Tally to call ami ex-
amine nnr well selected stock
Which we are offerinjrat rock
bottom prices. I'mlertakinfi
11 Htecial feature. Calls at
tended day or nitfht.
Telephone, day 75, night 63.
BLAIR & BROWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wntera North Carolina IMrlslos.
PAKMItNOKK TRAIN HCHBHUUK.
(In Rppiict MunhySi
Tilth Meridian time used hen not uthcrwla.
" New York.
1 1 oonm
Lv. New York,
1 1 24am
I a dopm I a SOam I
B 4tipro I wuoam I
4 2 Wpm
a on amlUv.
llot Rprlnirs, Arr.
4o p m
oT p m
H40 p m
ft In amiArr
10(19 amlAr. Hrndenonvllst, "
1242 pml" apartanhuric, Lv.
No. ianTla')ly'ecept'Mni1ay.TrNo. IT
lUamlLv. Ashevllle, Ar.
8AS p m
1 AA p m
4A a m
11 10 a ml Ar. Wayne.rllls, "
an4pm ' Biysoni-'ity,
4Apm" Vfestneld. Lv.l
No.. HO anil BI. Pnllman tlectwra between
rlrrmslinrti anil Mnrrletown.
No.. A2 anil AS Fullman Ruflrt Hleeplng
Carslietween lint r-pnnsra ann waeninatna
Ashevlll Is lirrakrast station ror Mo. no.
Dinner " " AS.
Hickory Is " " " " B2.
W. A. WINBt'RN. II. P A.,
Ashevlll. N. C.
JA. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
NBW HOUHBI NBWLY PIIRNIHMBO
ALL MODBMN IMPROVBMBNT.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
Ka. Ill Hajrwooa tMrssi. "'
A. at a). B
DKVGS AND MEDICINES.
Shoe Brushes, Ha t Brushes.
Cloth Brushes and Flesh
Brushes, at T. C. Smith &
All flip finest. and most nnn.
ulnr brands of Tobacco are
sold by T. U. kMinth & to.,
Bacland's best Tobacco
SMds, selected for Buncombe
county and for sale bv T. C,
Smith & Co.
i li . m. . ii.
ijiizeu o i inure J rriuiiies.
Colognes, Extracts and
Sachet Powders at T. C,
Smith & Lo.'h.
We have the best stock of
Presseil Hrbs in ounce pack
ages. T. C. Smith & Co.
e sen tne strictly puie
U'ttd of .Ino. I . Lewis Uro.,
as it gives the best sntisfne
tion. T. C. Smith & Co.
Morsford's Bread Prepara
tion a nil Borden's Condensed
Milk at T. C, Smith & Co.'s
Sherwin, Williams & Co.'s
Ready Mixed Paints, all col
ors, in small und large cans
at 1 . ( . Smith ix ( o. s.
Buist's Celebrated Sit'd Po
tatoes, all varieties, just re
vived by T. C. Smith & Co.,
One (JrosH Hood's Snrsn
nnrilln ot T. C. Smith & Co.'s
also a gross of Scott's
hmulsion lod Liver Oil.
Dryden & Palmer's Double
Iteiiucd Bock Candy Syrup
by the barrel or less, at T. C.
Smith ( o. s Drug Store.
Colgate's Soaps nnd Per
fumery in large assortment,
at 1. V. iSnutli Ac t o. s.
A full assortment of Fresh
(iiirdeii Seeds i list received It v
T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists.
One Hundred Bushels best
Bed Clover Sml, selling out
nt lowest prices a t T. C. Smith
A: (o. s Drug tore.
BlueOrass, White Clover.
Timothy. Orchard (Jrassand
Saiilinir Clover, for sale at T,
C. Smith & Co.'s Drug Store.
The largest variety of
Tooth Brushes, both Luinish
and French, also a fine line
of Hair Brushes at T. C,
Smith it Co.'s.
Siiecial attention paid to
filling Physicians' prescriii
tions at T. C. Smith & Co
Drug Store. Medicinesdeliv
ered to any part of the city,
ou short notH'e.
We have plenty of goods
and we are selling them nt
bottom prices. e move the
goods on short profits. T.C
Smith & Co., Druggists.
T. U. Smith & Co. lead the
rices in the Drug trade of
iVestern Carolina. Competi
tion has tuken a backseat.
Fifty gross Diamond Dyes,
all shades and colors, in any
quantity, sold by T.C. Smith
The best Tea in the market
at the price put up in small
packages samples free, at
T. C. Smith & Co.'s D
A fresh stock of DeWitt
Clinton Cigars cam in to
day, also f,0()() Klevens.
These are the best five and
ten cent Ciimrs in Asheville.
T. C. Smith & Co., Druggist
Soda water all the year
round at T. C. Smith & Co.'s
Drug Store: also Campbell's
One Ba rrel Genuine Del ma
tian Insect Powder and 21)0
boxes Spider Web Sticky Fl v
Paper Just to hand, at T. 0.
Smith & Co.'s.
One gross of Mrs. Person's
ltemedy and a gross of Swift's
Specific just received by T. C.
Smith & Co., Druggists.
A NBW DHKD, earerell prepared by lead
In me hi her. of the Aehevllle bar loa
finest parchment aad heavy Set paper), toy
erlac all aeorssary potato, J net oat aad so
oa mi at tae ones or cae errant realism
nra C., No North Cfeart asraare. ftaalf
TH E "H IckORY IN N ,"
HICKORY. Ne C.
A POPULAR WINTER RESORT.
S 1 H"
a m MmUM
c . :.: j;--.--- '-i-v.;
Average "Winter Temperature, jstrDegrees.
The Hotel is handsomely furnished throughout, has
Electric Lights, Cms, Hot and Cold Water Baths, and all
the conveniences of a modern home. For terms, etc., ad
dress FRANK LOUGHRAN,
TRYON CITY, N. C.
Visiters ta Ashevllle will nnd the CLIMATR of Tryon. on tht Southern slo of the Blue
Kids MlLIUiK and I'LBASANTKR than that of Ashrvlllr.
Try It lor a day, leaving" Ashevllle In the mornlns: and rctiirnlnic In time for supper. Take
Asheville and Spartanburg train and stop nt the TB VOX lliTKI., .near depot, lor dinner,
or write for circulars. COX H ILttOM, Propr s,
marihdlw Tryon city, N, C.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES. TINWARE, e&C.
SANITARY PI.I MBIXG, GAS AND STEAM FITTISti.
TIN ASH S1.AT1J ROOPISO,
Al'TOMATIC ELECTRIC CAS LIGHTING AND CALL HELLS,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS M' CHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House,
No. 43 Patton Ave., Anhevllle, N. C.
Estimate Cheerfully Olvrn on all Work In our Line.
THE WINYAH HOUSE,
Corner Iknnl antl Fine atrecis, Cnmii 1'utton.
ASHEVILLE, ft C.
Condui'ttd as a Swnitarium fur invnliils tillt'riii(friin tliKt'itscs tif
ihr ItitiKsanrl ihroitt. ami tiniltT tlicfluirfje of lr. Knrl von Rtick.
Coiului'tcil upon tlie most approved plans t'lidnrseil Ijy tlie leiuliiiK
mrmlieni ol iW nieilicnl prolession. I'rrltvt iipiointnirnU in every
ilt'piirtnirnt. For iMtrliculnrs mlilress
KARL VON RUCK. H. S M. I.
lir. von Ruck's city office: So. 30 I'ntton iivenuc. Rooms Nos. I.
2 nntl 3, up stairs, blncc Hours: 1 1 to 1 o'clock. I'rnctice limited
to diseases of the luns and throat.
W. T. rSNRIMSN
PENNIMAN & G0.,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
0UP0NT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., C0RTUN0 WAGON CO..
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS. M0LINE SCALE CO
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COHMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
Just In, and We are
All kinds of Dry floods. Notions, press tloous. (Unchains, I tomes tic, Jeans, flannel.
Blankets, Rhoes. Boots, Hats lots of thrm bought forless than coat of mahlnsj. Home of them
cost nothing aad a hnlf, and will lie .old the
feat Factories la the Konth and can aril you Homemade Jeaae, all wool filled, for leas than
yoa can get them from any other store la the State. We keep GRAHAM' IIOMB-MADH
NHOKH, and will lv yoa any style at as low (irlces as any other factory la th ttate, and
inarant every pair. A grrat many of oar (nods were bought at auction aad lata la th
season, so we caa sell them lower than yoa will tnd them at any other .tor. la th Stat.
Try aad arr. Price marie In th .tor.
Ashevllle Dry Goods Co.,
IT North Mala etreet, tat door below I'rnnlman'a Hardware Htnrr,
J. O. HOWRI.L, Manager,
I KNOW That any man may write for catnlogueM, prices
and tt'rniri to the inaiiufacturerH and mimic
lunirteH of the country ;
I KNOW-TlinttheHTHIXWAY 1'IANO in the luknowl-
Hltfwl Standard of
t he nenpy for It.
I KNOW That I have Orgaiw and Pianos continually in
Htock to pleoHe all
I KNOW That I am anxious to pleaHe everybody with
my prices and all
I ASK Is that you give me
Beta!) Healers In
W. K. fSSNIMAN.
Going to Sell Them.
same way. We ar aarnte for some of th lar.
tlie world, mid that I have
bona fide purrhaxera.
FALK, UNrti.saUii.t. ,