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42 TO 12.
The Dependent Pension Bill
L rnsses the Senate.
Several Radloal Amendments
The Bill aa Paused of Crust Importance
to Es-Boldlers and Ballon, K.poeUllr
Thou of the Late Rebellion Estimated
That It Will Uequlr. 35,000,000 Full
Test of the BUI.
Washinqtos, April 8. Monday V4e
depondeut pension bill passed tua sen
ate. Wlien the measure was taken up the
first question was on Mr. l'luinb's
amcndineut removing the li nit:ition ae
to arrears o' iwiisions -making punslons
on aooouut of wounds, or injuries, or
disease oommi'tieo from the death or
discharge of tiie soldior. After soma
discussion Mr. HuiiiU's amiadiucut was
defeated by a Tote III to 9.
Mr. Cull olfored un amendment to In
clude those who served in Indian war
prior to IS 70. Rejected yeus lit), nays
Mr. Vest offered an amendment pro
viding thut the money noeewsary to met'
the appropriation under this bill shall
be raised by an income tat of 9 per cem.
on incomes between S.'AHIK utid SS.UOO
7 l-S percent between'',') K)and I0.(HH
ana iu per cem, over iaiu on
the table yeas i, uays 1 J -o strict party
Mr. Plumb otTerel an amendmi-nt to
pay a pension ut $ per month to nil who
Berved ninety days n thi late war unil
who are tl;' years of i;i, i r na they at
taiu thut UK'e. Mr. l'luuili's amendment
was tejected -yeas ID, uays IM.
The bill wiis then passed yeas 43,
nays 13 us follows:
Ilea -Allen, Allison, Blair, Call, Ca
sey, I handler. Davis, Dawes, Edmunis.
laulki er, r'rye, (.leorge, tlibson. Haw
ley, Hearst, Higirms, Hoar, In calls.
Jones of Nevada, .McPhersou, Manler
ann, Mitchell. Moolv, Merrill, Paddock.
Payne, l etliRiew, i'ierce, Piatt, Plumb,
Sawyer, Slicrman, Sjiooiier, S uire,
Stewart, Stoekbriile, Teller, Turpie,
Voorhees, Wallhull, Washburn, Wilson
Of Iowa (J.
Nays Hate, Perry, Blackburn, Cock
tell, ol uitt, Daniel. Harris. Jones of
Arkansas. I'unh, fteagan, Vest, Wilson
of Maryland li.
SJ3&. 000.00:1 for Dependent Pensions.
It la intimated that the dependent
pension bill wliich passed the senate
Monday will require v.".o00,000. The
amendment which Mr. Plumb offered
removing all restrirtions in arrears
would have rwniirod, as stated bv Air
Plumb, from 4,WW,liOO to jSOO.OOU,.
000, or more than $UH),iMR).(H)0 above
the total auuual revenues of the govern
ment. Kail T.t or tii mil.
The full text of the dependent nenion
bill as it pa-,ed the senate is us follow:
That ui eoni luring the mion claims of
deieDltut ikircuu uuJjr the provisions of
this act, the fact of tlia death of the solilor
or sailor, and the fact that he left no widow
or minor child or children, having- iwen
shown us require 1 by law, it shall be ro-ees-stu-y
onlv to show hy conip -tout an J smll
Cleiit svid'noe that saeh par.'iit or parent
are without otb.-r uimiisof support than
their own labor or the couirioutions of
others not le.;all' Iwun I for tu.-lr support;
Provide,! flint all Deletions ullowod to
dependent p,iruats under thin a -t. strill ooiu
deuce from tli date of the Hi lug of the ap-
Ucatlon bvnmii lr, an 1 shall coutiuue no
niKor than llu uxuteuce of their djpjul
eiiee. Bectiox 1 That all persons who sorroj
tbrw moil tin or iuji. in tli military or
naval surviivof the dried 8: at . luring the
late war of the relH-lliou, and who liuvi
b u hononiiily duu.irn-u.l tb Tulroin, and
who are n w, or who iur hereafter be,
uTtuij from m 'ntal or p'lyiieal dUiliilitv,
not tho nnult m tiie.r owu vicious haul:,
which ineiiuueit'ib t:iea from the per
foruxanivof I ilvir ia saca a d4r f3 as to rea
der thetu unibla to earn a au;p jit, and who
are dop-nd -tit up.m th 'ir dady labor, or ou
the aiairiUiitioun of otiurs uot legally
bound th-reto, for th ir support, shall,
Opm uinkin; due pr iof of the fact accord
lug to such ral nu I rg il itiotu as tue seo
retary of the ioteri .r may pnivide; he plsOMi
upon the list of invidid pensioners of the
United Stat and tie entitled to receive IU
per month; and such poind ins ihill ooin-tn-nee
from the date of 'in tiling of the ap
plication in the peiuiou oiQe after th
paas ig of this act, upon proof that ths disa
bility then eiit 1, a id hall eoatiuueduring
the existence of th , sain ;
Provided That (wixius who are now re
ceiving pensions nn ler eucing laws, or
whose cluimi are pending iu the pension
olllce, may, by application to the coin.uia
atonerof p.mioiiM, n vucb form as be may
prescribi nhowlug themelvse entitlil
thereto, receive the benetlte of thin
acts and nothing herein contained
Shall be no muxtruel as to prevent
any psnnioner theroun ler from prosecuting
bis claim and reviving his pewuon under
any other genral or special act;
Provided II .wnver, that on person shall
receive more than one pension for ths saute
period; and, provided further, that rank In
the service "ball not he coiuidjrud in appli
cations tiled under this act.
Bio. 8. Tuat if any ollliwor enilited man
whowrvud three mouths or more lathe
army or navy of the United States during
ths late war of the rebellion, and who was
honorably discharged, has died, or shall
hereafter di. leaving a widow, minor child
or children uml r Id years of age, or in case
there shall be no widow or minor child or
il lldren, a d. pndent mother or father as
Such dependency is d noed under Soction 1
of this act, such widow, minor oblld or chil
dren, or mother or father, shall be plaocd
apon the pension roll at the rates established
for thrui br law, without regard to the
cause of death of ouch ofnosr or enlisted
Provided That the cans of death of such
Officer or enllntod man, was not or is not due
to a violation of the civil or military laws,
or the result of vicious habits, and that said
widow was mt.n1.d to th deceased pensioner
prior to tli pannage of this act. All pensions
(ranted to widows under this act shall take
affect from ths (into of th death of tb bus
band of such wi Jows, but not dating bank
f th passage of this act.
Baa 4. That from the date of the passage
Of this act th lnoreose of pensions for minor
children shall be at the rate of (4 per month
In stead of $t per month, ae now provided
by law, and in ease a minor child is Insane,
Idlotto or otherwise helpless, the pension
hall continue during the life of said child,
or during the period of such disability.
Bio. S, That no agent, attorney or other
person ugsgd In preparing, presenting or
prosecuting any claim under the provisions
of this act, shall directly or indirectly, con
tract for, densnnd, receive or retain for such
nrvlessln preparing, presenting or prose
cuting such claim, a sum greater than 1 10.
whtoh run shall be payable only up the
order of the commissioner of pensions by the
pension agent making payment of the pen
sloa allowed, and any person who shall
violate any of the provisions of this section,
or who shall wrongfully withhold from a
pensioner or claimant the whole or any part
of a pension or alalia allowed or due sueh
pensioner or claimant under this sot shall be
dsemsil guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof shall, for saoh and every
cook offense, be flood cot exosedlng MOO, or
be imprisoned at hard labor not exoatoUng
two year or both, u the dleereflQO at the
Mri , ,' ,
I FA. THAfJ nNE HUNDRED. I lllilll l It I I ,1 111 I I 1 1 1 1 I II nillk'K 1 1 U P v-vw
The Total Number Killed at Loulavllls.
Loctavit.i.R, Ky., April 8. The total
numler killed here by the tornado is
It is feared that B. R. Barton, of Pitta
burg, is dead in the mini. So far about
150 badly wounded poisons have been
Several of those who were worst hurt
are at the liospitid iu a dying condition.
I'ritz Pelpli is among those known to
have been killed.
Work of Kellrf.
The work of reliovini the needs of the
tornado's victims in t his city progrewes
very satisfiiotorily. The couirioutions
continue to come iu with (sraiifyiiig lib
emlitv und ihiwaroU'liiirsysteiiiutically
applied Notwithstanding the unfavor
able wontber con ideraldo is lieing done
toward restnrinii ordpi iu the devastated
district, und on ...11111 street a few of the
films n iv ttbout rt u ly to resume busi
ness, The work of removing the debris from
Falls Lily ball hut len abandoned.
There nii probably no oilier lxdios in
the ruins. The Hist renins did uot ox
aggerate the munlier of people who were
iu the hull when It fell, but no correct
estimates could I civen of the number
killed, because a greiil many escaiwd
who were geuernll.t supposed to have
met death U ueatli tile ruins. It has
beeti advertised for the past few days
that ull survivors are requested to report
at the otlue id chief of police.
If uo in (uit ies come in lor the missing
no further work will bo done on the
ruins. One d the greubui dangers in
the present situation is that of a water
famine. The water in the reservoirs it
low, and even ni a reduced rnte of con
sumption there is in more than three
dave supply and uo immediate prospec'
of pumping iu an. moie. The puinp
in; sun ion is crippled, the standpipe is
wrecked uud th water company m para
lyzed. " The warehousemen have done all they
could do to protect their tobueco from a
possible spell of wet weather. They have
pueu wieir uo 'iieuiis uiiiiose pviuuuo ui
their lions which are still protected by
the remnants of a ro f, aud liave spread
tarpaulins over their eposed wuree. Hut
in theeeut of a hard or steady rain, even
after such pp cautions, a groat deal of
tobaceo will be damaged.
In Velter County, Ky
IlExni'Rsox, Ky., April 4. The total
of the killiil in Vehter i-ountv is forty,
and of won n led sivtv. A relief corps
lias none out fnuu llciuKrson.
A coat loiiiid mar lleiulerson con
tained ram-re wliich showed that it bad
been blow u fruin 1'adueali, 100 uiilee
A "chiTk made here for tMX in favor
of a l.oiii-eille tobacco firm, was found
in a yard tw, he iiiilos oukide of Cin
cinnati. SLOWLY SINKING.
Tile lioverninoiii Hull. ling In Chicago.
Con-ldcrahly Out ofrinnih.
CllH'AH". April 3. Ins-ector C1au.
the special aent of the irons iry depart
ment, who w as wiit Innu Washington
to examine into thccoiidition of the gov
ernment building iu Chicago, lias pro
pun d in- report.
He -ays mat since the levels were
taken iu :." the building has be'n
steadil' sinking. Owing to the f act that
the bail i . ri r has not lieen lowered evenly
in all place the walls nvre cruci.ed anil
out of pluiu:.
The s liluu of the north wall aver
ages about eevi n and tlir.-e fulll'tll inches.
Three points on the .lae.tson Mreet side
show clot nnd one-si tli. eiglit and
ei. lit und ll ir. -1. u rt h in. In.
Tne in-p i t -r will recommend the
tightcnih:,' up of the liiiiMm,' with steel
bauds to prevent a collapse.
Murdered hi a Crowded Factory.
N'Ew.utK, N. J., April :(. A double
murder was committed Monday after
noon ut lie. loan a hat fa tury. The
plank room etitcrel bv "i iddler"
Biiiith, a not'iiioiiH "tough. liusliinp
up to (ienrge liantings. he dein.iiidi-d ;
"What have you l-een saying alxiut
nwi" Has.ins leln-auil. iMiutli fol
lowed liuu to a coruor, carrying a
drawn shoe kuifo Mniih pi. nine I the
kuife viciously into Hai-tini;' ulslomen,
uinking uu mile wound, from which the
Uiwcl-. pin: rudisl. Kreilerick liutler
then rushed io llnstiinrs' a-eisliiiice, and
aitemp (s to seize smith, but the lu'b-r
plung'-d tne warm knife in Bailor's left
side near the heart Mnith was cap
tured and held for the shee.
Still f-'i ii 14 tlie liiirkel atiops,
CllK'Aito, Apr.l .1, -The dirit-torsnf
the hoard of trade Monday voted to
timd by t ic.r annoiiiiced program of
cr ppling the luuki-t shop, bv goiugout
of Hie quoiaiion busini-es. It was de
cided to permit members of the board to
wnd out news only of iiiipuruintchanges
in the market. A munlier of pools have
been formed lv in- in i -ore to keep cus
tomeii ndviMs( ol such lliictuittious. The
telegraph eoiiipaniea have noiiiied their
patrons thut ihey will be unable to send
out ollleiiil t Ideago iiiiotutious, but will
furnish prices from the New Voik Pro
duce Exoliange in -tend.
Indlatiapolls Klreuieirs Fund.
IxpUSAPiil.ts, Afiril S. Alsiut H.OOO
was realized Monday uiglit I roni the con
cert in aid ol tbe lireiueti s iund. The best
musical iiilcm of tbe city. Iicadiil by .Mrs.
Zeda .S guiii Wu lace vol.inteercd their
sen ices, .'nines W hitcotub liiley con
tribuled a readidg, and Dickson and
Talbott doomed the use of both theater,
iuiving all the exfiense incident thereto.
;ie total relief fond will exceed -i5,(KW.
New York Itrlrklavers.
New Yiik, April 3. The bricklayers
have entered into a contract with the
tirtns eniiiioi mg union i ien, for another
year's worn under the Cine-hour clause.
jinny oi me meu uesireu an eignt-nour
scheilule, but a compromise was eileoied
on an advance of live cent an hour.
This uiakco a dady rule oi H.Uj fur the
Lt of ths M'yandnttea.
TJppkb SANDrxKV. f).. April 8. J. C.
Ouyanna, the only remaining full blood
of the U vandoite (rilie of ludhiiis, died
liere Sunday af.urno'ii at the n.'sidence
of Mother Kolomou, a half-breed. He
was nil years old. He will bo hurled
from the old mission, the old Indian
house of worship which will lie the tlrst
service since its re-itoratii n and dedica
tion. His tribe Iu. t here forty-live years
Le.fi for Home.
Wariii.iiton, April 8. Horton Pope,
private secrctarr of the secretary of the
interior, woo has handed in his resin-na
tion to take eliect May I, left VVa-dilng-ton
Monday for his homo in St. I-ouis.
Ilefore he departed he was entertained
at a dinner given in his honor at the
Arlington hotel by a few of his profes
f.tploslon In a Cup r notary.
PniiJttit.i.i'HiA. Anril 8. An stdIo-
Ion occurred Tu;- lay mornlnig at tbe
metallic cap works at liethayrea, on th
ttound KrnnK roiiroaii, tine man waa
killed, his Isidy being blown to piece.
House were iliaken and glase broken in
windows at Homerton, four miles dis
tant from the scene of tlie explosion.
blssatlsfled With TarlV Ubaags.
Monthkai,. Anril 8. There la Intense
dlasatlslitction here at the tarill obangee.
The duties on itork and lard especially
nave aro'med a dip feeliug and already
tuess pork ha goti up fl.lVU par bureL
ARTTEVITXE DAILY CITIZEN:
w u ii ill iiu I u w w I n uiiirii n in ii 11
U nil. Ill 1 llll III! Ill III MIVIIiV ia.liw7mW mw
At Present rrevails in the Lower
The Crevasses In the Leveos
Crow Wider Apace.
Tli Protection Levee at Orenvlllr
llreahs. Flooding th Towa Whole
DUtrlrta Inundated, and Thousands ol
People Without Shalter or Smtenanes,
Ths lang-r Most Alarmlag.
Oreen-vh.i.k, Mlas., April 8. The pro
tection levee here broke Monday and a
vast body of water rushed Into tbe city,
compelling people to flee, leaving every
thing beiiind them. One-half of the
town is already submerged and the bal
ance will soon be under. Another break
near Texas. Miss., will inundate the
upper Yazoo liusin.
The Pi'ena Orove Crevasse.
The flood from the Pecan Orove cre
vasse in Louisiana has finally reached
Kayville, in Kichl.md parish, thirty
miles inland, where it has stopped work
on the New Orleans and Northwestern
railroad. The icksburg, Shrevepcrt
and I'acillo railroad is also threatened
by the water from this break. The
Louisville, New Orleans and Texas rail
Mad has abandoned trains Isjlween Roll
ing Cork and lin-enville. and Is running
uo trains on the Kivorude division ex
nnl from Orocnvillo to Hampton and
from t 'oboina to l.ensit. These are the
only mads atlected by the high water.
The work of closing the crevasse, ex
cept those btlow the city, has been a
The liai -lent crevasse Mow has been
closed, und thut at Uoheiuia nearly so,
and work is progressing rapidly and sat
isfactorily on the live i ak break.
All those almve Now Orleans liovever,
oon iuun to grow larger.
The Nita break is now l.OuO foet wide;
that at I'ei an tirove nearly a mile, and
tlie various .Mississippi breaks aggregates
nenrlv a mile.
All hitompts to close them have been
practically nUindouod. and great diltt
culty is lieing encountered in holding the
ends and preventing them growing
wider. They have in most coaea in
creased in depth from i-lit to fifteen
andtwentv fis-L The lossea a vet in
the (tootled districts are not great, except
Between Vlrkhurg and Oreeavlll.
The danger is most alarming between
Vlcksburg and linxMiville on liotli the
Louisiana aud .Mississippi side of the
The levee at Hed fords. . on the
Louisiana side near Vicksuurg, is reported
in a pnvarious condition. A break here
would add to the va;er from the Pecan
(trove crevasse and cause more damage
in Madieou, lvusajiund tAuoordLt,
Tlie fliM) I Is as vet restricted to six
parishes in l-ouisi ma. and letween 1,000
and i.'.o-i sipiam nine,, nuicn oi it, now
ever, low lands not sofb-d or cultivated.
Tlie water iu Mis issippi cover le.-s arxs
as yet. but prolmbl .- will do so.
Irlv.-n Into Trees.
In many pl.-iem the only refuge from
the llooils is iu the tree until the ar
rival of the rescuer. While thousand
are without food or shelter, yet the dam
age so far is nothing eomnnri-d with the
horror attendant umn further break
nnd the inundatiou ot whole counties
Clrras float Wreeked.
Cairo, 111., April 8. - (ifHcers of the
steamer Nail t'itr reKirt tlie steamer
City of St. I'aul lying at shot ills li.ld
a complete wreck from the storm of
l hur-d.iv. Tbe .St. Paul hud a circus on
board, twenty -tliree people ami a email
nienagiric, bclougiug to Ueorge Ed
wards. Six of the party are women, who are
living in a shanty bout, an I the men are
without shelter, fuel or light, and for
days have bail no fond. The spot occu
pied by the party is n I suit an acre in ex
tent and no dry land is within twelve
WILL GUT THEIR MONEY.
Court of Claim lleide the Ooverament
Is Reapon-lhle for Mllrntt's Rhnrta e.
Wasihnoton, April 8. -A groat many
heart were made glad in the house
Monday by the derision of the court of
claims holding that the scrgeant-at-arm-is
a disbursing ivlicer of the government
aud not nu individual agent of tbe mem
bers of tlie house. The suit was brought
by Representative Cntin. of Texas, to
compel the government to reimburse
him for the money he lost.
Tliis let out of a flnanel d and politi
cal hole those mi-mlevs who are short
on account of the defalcation of Cashier
hilcotk Nearly all the members of the
house wanted to vote an appropriation
to reimburse them -elves for salary oi
individual account in the hand of Ser
g snt al arms leedoui at the time of
sllcoil' defalcation, hut they were
afraid of the consequence with their
They fenird It would be regarded in
the light of a "grub" and as an appro
priation for their rnnal lieuetlt. They
will now have an opiortiinll v to rote for
an appropriation to reimburse them
selves, and will lutce behind them the
decision of the court of claim. Tne
court nay that there is no law making
tl.e sergeant nl-arm a disbursing olllcer
of the government, or authoriung the
ilniuiciiil transaction for members whlnh
aliier Slleotl Iransacted. but it hold
that in view of the fact that appropria
tions are made to my salaries of ollloers
in the olllce of thest.rgcnnt-at-arms, who
receives and diabtnse tlie salaries of
members, and a safe in which to keep
this money is provided in the ofhee,
usage and custom make the law, and,
therefore, Sileott wa a cashier or dis
bursing olllcer for the government.
Four Men Kilted ny aa Kvploslaa.
BiKmsoHtM, Ala., Anril 8. Four
men were killed and eight injured bv
an vxpkxdon of cartridge at the Coal
burg mime of the rllmt Iron ft Htecl
oompony Monday. Three were whites
and the other tiegioes. All were con
victs. Theexplnemn was canned by a
tpark from a miner's lamp falling into a
box of curtrltlgic.
Killed His Wife Paramnnr.
Chahi.kkto, W. Va., April 8. fun
Jay evening at Ket liank. near this city,
Frank .loseph saw Oriif Bond In a com
promising situation with hi .loseih's)
wife and shot him, Pond died in a few
minutes. Joseph escaped.
Its Kacellont OnsUIHoe
Commend to public approval theColifor
nlu liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Fig. It
is pleasing to the eye, and to th taste
and bv crrntly acting on tbe kidneys,
liver and bowels, it cleanses the system
effectually, thereby promoting the health
and comfort of all who us it.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy cured Mr.
D n "Klll.Ot'. ehibt nf scrofula In the
eyes, after all other remedies bad failed,
aud tb cure has proven permanent.
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 4,
-. . ' - i S-SSSSSS ... r MISCELLANEOUS.
Where to Buy Them.
No buttons to pull off or
pinch the wrist.
Luch without hooks to
catch or tear.
A tfood nsHcrtinciit of all
sizes in stock.
For sale only by
nosxic imos. & wkkjht.
No. 11 N. Court Squnrc.
Thr entire turk ol
Including tine llroovhrs. Buttons and Hrecc-
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFl-l-iJ
Kranrdlves of rust, aa we Intrnri In the rerun
lo ki-ri nothing but Solid Oold and
Sterling Bllvrr Jrwrlry,
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main St. Anhcvillc.
W.A. Blaik. .1. V. Bkown
No. J ration Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wc are now ready, and in
vile our friemls nnd tlie pub
lie generally to call and ex
amine onr well selected stock
Which we are offeritipat j ock
bottom prices, rndertakiiifi;
a siecial feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night C5.
BLAIR & BROWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Weawra North Carolina Division.
PA8MKN0BR TRAIN acHRPI'LB.
ilN Rrrsrr March 38l
TSth Meridian time nerd when not othrrwlst
" New Vork,
fl I Bain
lll30mi 1 12AAain
1 1 aopm
"wssTaov'snrt Ho" Ho" THo.'lll
Dally, i uany
1 1 oopm
lot Aprlna-s, Arr.Ta 4n p m
S IA amIArr
looo am Ar.
T IN) n m
607 p m
4U p m
"No. lTtfail'scpt anday.JJ No.T
V.A"1:H tA.u..iii. Ir 1 AS n a.
AAA p sn
I AA p m
B4A a m
10 a ai
2(14 pml" UrysoaClly,
A4A pm " WestAeld,
isoe. r,M en, l i . . r . h " , . - .
Oreenshoro and Morrletowe.
No. A3 and AS Pullman BtiAVt Slerplna
Cars tMrtwera lint hiirlnits and Washuutow.
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Asncviliv w nrwwMi
Illrkuni " 2.
W. A. WINBURN. f. A.,
l.h.,111. II c.
)Att. L. TAVLOR.O. P. A.,
NKW MOUSBI NRWLV KURNISHBO
AL.L MODBRN IMPBUVBMBNTB.
Mat. N. B. ATKIMSON,
Me. til ai ed Hmt
Shoe flrushea, Hat BrusheH,
Cloth Brushes and Flesh
Brushes, at T. Smith &
All the finest and most pop
ulnr brands of Tobacco are
sold by T. C. Smith & Co.,
Rairland's best Tobacco
Seeds, selected for Buncombe
county and for sale by T. t
Smith & Co.
liiizeH's Choice Perfumes.
Colognes. Extract- ana
Sachet 1'nwders at T. C.
Smith &. to.'s.
We have the best stock of
Pressed H?rbs in ounce pack
ages. i . u. omicn to.
e sell the strictly pure
liead of .Ino. T. Lewi- Bro.
as it gives the best satisfaO'
tion. T. C. Smith & Co.
Horsford's Bread Prepara
tion and Borden'sCondensed
Milk at T. C. Smith & Co.'s
Sherwin, Williams Co.'s
hVady Mixed Paints, all col
ors, in small and large cans
at T. C. Smith Co.'s.
Buist's Celebrated Seed Po
tatoes, all varieties, just re
ceivwl by T. C. Smith & Co..
One Gros Hood's Sarsar
pnrilla at T. C. Smith & Co.'s
also a gross of Scott's
Emulsion Cod Liver Oil.
Dryden & Palmer's Double
Kenned Jttx'k landy ynlp
i... .t... i i t a. nr "
ti,V l lie iitirrfi ur icnn, hi l .
Smith & Co.'s Drug Stoiv.
Colgate's Soaps ami Per
fumery in large assortment
at T. C. Smith & Co.'s.
A full assortment of Fresh
(!arden Seeds just received by
T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists.
One Hundred Bushels best
Hed Clover Seed, selling out
at lowest pricesat T. C. Smith
& lo. s lirug More.
1 1 1 ,,,, f ! , , u U Wlitt flrivur
lillir ,11 o rr., ?, .,v,
Timothy. Orchard (Jrassanil
Sapling Clover, for sale at T,
C. Smith & Co.'s Drug Store
The largest variety of
Tooth Brushes, both English
and French, also a fine line
of Hair Brushes at T. C
Smith & Co.'s.
Secia1 attention paid to
tilling Physicians' prescrip
tions at T. C. Smith & CO. 8
Drugstore. Medicine deliv
ered to any part of the city,
on short notice.
We have plenty of goods
and we are selling them at
bottom prices. We mo vet he
goods on short pronto, l x.
Smith & Co., Druggists. "
T. C. Smith A Co. lead the
nrices in the Drug trade of
Wwtern Carolina. Competi
tion has taken a back seat.
Fifty gross Diamond Dyes,
all shades and colors, in any
Quantity, sold by T. C. Smith
The liest Tea in the market
at the price nut up in small
packages samples free, at
T. C. Smith & Co.'h Drug
A fresh stock of DeWitt
Clinton Cigars came in to
day, also fi.OOO Elevens.
These nre the best five and
ten cent Cigars in Asheville,
T. U. Smith & Co., Druggists.
Soda Water nil the year
round at T. C. Smith & Co.'s
Drug Store; also CampMl's
One Barrel Genuine, Delma-
tian Insect Powder and 2(H)
boxes Spider Web Sticky Fly
Paper just to hand, at T. C.
Smith & Co.'s.
One gross of Mrs. Person's
Remedy and a gross of Swift's
Specific just received by T. C.
Smith & Co., Druggists.
ANBW DIIRD, earrrSlly aevpawd hy Wad
last as.mhars .od h Ashvl haw toe
Saist paeehasml aad hrav Bat paper), tar
arhai an aiiii.irv pol.to, JfaeiMtaad
flntCa., UnjS SSrtL Cnwl SilaaelmWet
HICKORY. N. C.
A POPULAR WINTER RESORT.
9 mm m av Wi ir-l - a&
H"l riBirrp aTx fX B
Average 'Winter Temperature 5a Degrees.
The Hotel is handsomely furnished throughout, has
Electric Lights, Oas, Hot and
the conveniences of a modem
TRYON CITY, N. C.
Visitors to Asheville will And the CLIMATR of Trjron, on the Southern slope of the Blue
Rid MILIiKR and PLBABANTKR than that
i vy It for a day, leavlns; Asheville In the morning and retnrnlnn In time tor supper. Take,
Asheville and Rnartanbursj train and stop at the TRYON HnTRI., near depot, for dinner.
or write for circulars.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HKATER8, RANGES. TINWARIt, &c.
SANITARY rLVMBING. GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTING AND CALL BELLS,
AQENTS FOR "DOTAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR M ILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House,
No. 43 ration Ave, AbcTlllc, N. C.
Batlmate. Cheerfully Given on all Work In our Line.
THE WINYAII HOUSE,
Corner Heard and Fine streets. Camp I'atton.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
CondiH'trd aa a Sanitarium for invalids suffrriiinJlrinn diseasvs ol
the Iuiiks nnd throat, and under thr charge of Dr. Knrl von Ruck.
Conducted upon thr most approved tilnna endorsed by tlie Icndinif
mcnibrrs of the medical pmlrssion. I'rrtn-t niMiintmcnts io every
IriHirtmrnt. For imrtitfulnr nddrrs
KAKL VON Kl'CK. B. S.. M. I).
Dr. von Ruck's city nfnir: No. 30 I'atton h venue. Rooms No. 1.
2 and 3, up stairs. Office Hours: 11 to 1 o'clock. Practice limited
to duwaaes of the luni;s and tbront.
w. T. rssaiMaa
PENNIMAN & CO.,
JOSSSSS AMD SB4LBB la
ASHEVILLE. N. C
UPONT P0W0R CO., RICHMOND STOVE Ctt, CORTLAND VfAGQN CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDE BAKER WAGONS. M0LINE SCALE CO
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
-IN E W! GOO D Si-
Jnst In, and We are Going to Sell Them.
Ail kind of Dry Good. Nntloaa, Dree. Good, Ouvahams, Domeatle, Jeans, Plaaael,
lllaaketa, akoss. Boots. Mate lou of them ouaht for km. tbaa coat of making. Some of them
coat aotkias aad a half, aad IU h aold th same way. Wt an ajrrnu for some of th tar
amat Faetoele ht th Snous and ens sell jom Honte-enadc Jeaa. all wool Sited, for lee thaa
jroa ran svt Ihem from an other store la the Stale. We keep ORAHAM'a HOMB-MADB
RHOKa, aad will give yo aajr style at a low prfcea as any other factory la the Stats, sad
a .a ran tee every pair. A Rveat many of oar Roods were bought at a actio aad lat la tb
eaoa, so we esa sell ttwss lower thaa yoa will Sad them at aay ether etore la the aHau.
Try aad w. Prleee marl la th Mors.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
IT Nona Male street, lat door below Paaalmaa's Hardware atom,
J. O. HOWBLL, Maaager.
MUSIC HOUSE TALK
I KNOW That any ninn niny write for catalogues, prices
nnd terms to the. manufacturers and music
houses of the country ;
I KNOW That the STEINWAY PIANO is, the acknowl
edged Standard of the world, and that I ha ve
th agency for it.
I KNOW That I have Organs and Pianos continuully in
stock to please all bona fide purchasers.
I KNOW That I am anxious
my prices and all
I ASK Is that you give me
- . m
Cold Water Baths, and all
home. For terms, etc., ad
COX WIUrORi Propr'S,
rjrua vny, r,.
Retail Dealers In-
W. . riNHIHAN.
to please everybody with
FAXK, 3 North Malt SH.