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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1800.
A LIVELY TIME.
Uectitii; of the VMamo Stock
holdi H of tho "World's l air.
A Directory of Fort-Flvn Mem
rrunoaitlnn til Have Beventy-Flve Dl
reetore Vntitl luwu by a Large Major
ity fli-t-iiniatAiicea Seem to Indicate
That Hi Whole Thing VTae "Cut-aud-IrleilM
Are the Nuberlttuii Miiml 1
Chii'aqo, April 7. The stiH-khnMiT-tof
the orlila I air awtiK-iutiun litll a nu-ot-ing
Fruluy to elivt dir. ciora, which hail
GOUniUpral)lo nwmliluii' e to u rioluiu
ward caucus. A v;ist crow I wxh in attend
aiu. i'riniu.1 ti'kits, i-o.itainiiii; forty
iiamc aixl tlve lilunk Hpiioen t i-rvu u
a Biit'Kt'stKiu, were distributed.
( aiu r Harrison, ex-nuivur, m.ulo a
speocli. divlaniitf that there ou,;lit to be
evt'lit v-live ilim-ior so th;it the poor
mun could In- ivpreeuted, and was fol
lowed liv one Ue-wiinr, who charged that
the ticket wrro a ittar chamber schema
spruit.; by the .South Side Street Kail
wuv company and First National bank,
and claimed that all uallmalitiua of Chi
cago citii-iis bli 'Uld lie ri-pr--uti-d.
Uroarts, hisses and cheers greeted bin
lecli, and tumult reigned lor hulf un
Fiuully the moh ytilvsidi'd and a vote
wan taken, the pnHition to limit the
directory lo furly-llve Ileitis carried by
a voto of lltKl.ti-ii' elian a,-aiiit "M.ill'i.
Every man in the hall then w-tit up a
lint of forty-live name, and thov were
all read by the secretary. A ballot a-thi-n
taken, but it will taie till some tint.,
next we. k to count the vole. The meet
imc adopteil a resolution atumlinir by the
(iromie.'H made by the "liuatliiii;" coin
niltee iu WanliiiiKiun. The nlTuir
ciK-n. d ut :80 a. iu. and adjourned
about p. ni.
It wait lacking hut a few nintnr-nta of
midnight when ihe count of the billoit
wan lini-licd. ah three notable ex
ceptiotis. the p ady made list of forty
five naini'8 was tmcrcmtl ul. The three
were Col. lieore IC lavi.i, J. V. Uoane
and L. Z. U-iicr. Another one of the
forty, .lohn lv K oven, had withdrawn
lfore the hallotini; be'an. Min hMir
irie wan e.prved at the defeat of ev
I on'rcMUiiau I 'avis, who ban Iven quite
frenerally credited with having taken a
catling part at Vahuiton in the work
that led to t 'hicago's a-io-em In-fore, the
house of rereM-nuiiic. 1 1 is fri 'ml
were not slow to attribute Ihe defeat to
the machination of political i-nemieit.
Col. 1 "a vis lacked nearly 4,u"o vote of
reaching the minimum rcoiNite to l
elected. 1 he fortv Ihe director- ch.Kt-n
are a follows, the litt tturty-mx leitu
from the hl tin-p.ire.i l-fore' ban 1:
Owen V. .l.li-, huintiel W. Allerton.
AV. T. linker. ThomaH Iti van. M. U
Crawfoid. W. II. t'olvin, l. C. fierier,
J. W. l-.lisworth, Stuyvesaut ri-.h, I.v
man J. i.ak'e. II. N. lliL'iiil.liaiu. ('. i..
Hutchins.iii. K. T. Jell rev, K. A. Kevin,
M. M. Kirkman, II. II. Kohliaat. K. V.
Lawn-nee,!. -I. U-fen, t'jrus II. .Me
Cormick, inln-w McN;'il. ,lo-e.!'
lledil, l.'oWl Nel on, I'otl. r rainier,
J. t. lea.,ley. K.-rl W. l'ock. E. M.
l'lwlpa. K. .s. l'ike, M. A. Ifvenmn.
I'harl.- II. Sch.v.-.h, . K. Seehei.T. V.
K. Stroni;. It. . W.-tll.-r, I'dwin Walker.
John l;. alr.h, C L'. W'lni l.-r. into
Youi.tf. C. II. backer. K. (1. Keith, K.
H. lfu.ler. I'. S. W inst W. A. Nathan, C
T. IVik-r-. W. ) Kerfoot, J. J. I'.
O'U-ll, J. V. I ar . II, ,ir.
Qtmllty of ttie iiili.rrlitioit ii'tli.nrft.
Wasiiim.T'in April T.-!he enati
committee mi the world lair wat in
ievioti sev.-ral hour rri.lav. Chair
man llwiK'k rained Uin oUeslion ut tlie
qujil'y of the HiiliM'iiptiou to the $
OutUi.i'o a urantv fund.
hctiaiiir l-itrwell, n-pr.entiii(f Chi-
cuco'ii niter. -.I-. on the coitiiin tee, utaled
that Air. I.vman i.u-;e. i-bairiiian of tin
iinan.'e cimiiiiiitee. had apix-ar.il In-fore
the world lair connniit'i- ot the lion-,
auil ti-stuiid that iK-r cent, of the auh
Bcriition.4 i oul.l lie collected m ca-h. ami
he .l'arw ell had aaked .M r. I i.-ie to make
the sani" i il.-ini lit to Seii.-ttor liiaeoi k
a challln.ili of the eiiale oimmitii-e.
He PiiptHj-i-d thia bud been ilotie and
that the Matement would I e Hati-f.ictorv
to the committee. iSetiator IIi-ok k said
he could not tine a Htat. hieiit in thai
way ui i-vid' iic. I fi re ihe commitiiv.
Jt wan hn.-idv iecied to n-fer the 1nv.1i-
tiVntion of ihe siilix ipuon t-i a stilecoin
nnttce coii-is'.inu' of iiiator HiM Oi k,
Hawlev, WilMin of Iowa, tiruy and
JJanicl, to r. ie .rl within a week.
Th Fal-ii I hrl.t In Ntate r Mini).
KocKF"ii, III., April 7. fSchwein
furth'a latest aermoii wna directed
Itainat the pre.- and reiv.i'teir). lie
tironounced the -ton. 8 ptibli-lied alioiil
himell mid "Heaven" a tissue of daily
reiterated lie and denounced re(rortcrt
aa lost blnck;uiirdn. 'J he city of liork
ford, he raid, w.ia doomed to -ome iw-ift
and fearful calumny, in which there
would be such a "pei tacle of disaster ax
would hornlv the world. Hint would
1st the ninth of the v. n k.-diiewt of the
city, and the ami-i-a, a"ollinK ami revel
Inpt with which the citUeua Uehiid
Liin, the 1 ord auointil.
f-one to Ki'-lure the llerenfter.
LlTTLK Uih K, Ark.. April 7. A sirtRti.
larauiiide wai comiiiilted In Colum
biana cnuntv. A younK man named
McNeil went luihtiiiK, carrying with him
double-hurn-lled Run, At an isolated
pot in the woo.l he tied hit body lo a
mull tree with a roe, and haviuir
placed his utui on the ground 111 front of
him. he tired loth I mire la. blowing nif
hi fiend. A hole wua found in his
pocket sawn,- that the deed waa
prouipti-d Milelr by a duaire to uxploro
the grout her. after.
Cn.irrl h, Wenltli'a Dream.
Orekm-asti.k, Intl., Ajiril ?. John S.
Jenninna. Kn., 0110 of the old pioneer
of I'uluuin county, of which lie had
been a resident since Itfll, died Thurs
day niKht at liiit home in thia city, UKod
B8 yeura. Ilia contribution to the
mrtbiral ".leuuinK estate'' in England,
which he fancied would brine him im
mense wealth, finally unbalanced hi
mind, and he died after a lingering 111
bea iu comparative poverty,
Mrgrui-a In Work la Coat Mines.
Pittkbi iki, April 7. About aeventy
negmee, men, women and children ar
rived at Mclionald station from Halifax
county, N. (.'., Friday to go to work in
the mines of W, P, Hand & Comjiany.
The firm will provide house for them
and pay them at the Mart from $1 In
1.60 per day. Miner ay that thi will
be leaa thiiii (he otulu ruloa, aevunty-llve
cent wr luu.
DI3A3TROU9 0A3 EXPLOSIONS,
la Men Kllleit by a Oullapalng Tunnel
ad Two Mora Fatally Burneil.
Bauta IlARRAitA, Col., April 7. A
pacta! tn Tho Priw ayi
A terrlMe oct-ldent occurred at Adam
Tanon. nar Hanta Paula, Friday morn
in, where the Hardiaon A Htewart Oil
company 1 boring a tunnel for nil. An
explosion of gas occurred in the tunnel,
andaaheet of llama shot out, blowing
way the building 100 fnet from mouth
of the tunnel. Two men were terribly
burned, and one of them hai aince died,
The name of the workmen are un
known. . force of men war put to work to
clear the tunnel, and in the afternoon
at 8:1.'. ninliii-r explosion took place,
collaiiiu the whole tuuuel and buryiiiR
in the nuns live men, who are certainly
dead, t-io far lis known their mimea are
Hriiton, llardison, Taylor aud Vouur,
llurdismi is u brother of the head of the
The rescuiiu; party at the weno of the
explosion late Friday nivhc reached
Hurdisoii, oulllr and W hite, All the
three were dead, their bodies being bad
ly torn by the explosion. Xliu remains
wore tuken to Santa t'uula,
Arrival at ll.iltlmore of un tufet-tvil Ship
1'roui llraxll tiiiarnntlneit.
nAl.TlM.iUK, April 7. Cuitn a com
motion won caused anions ahipplntr men
Kriday by the r. Mrt that the American
ship Met iilluin. 1 apt. O'llrieti. from Kin,
waa detained ut ipiaiantine with yellow
fever nlsiard I he minor Kitim-d a (rood
ileal of creiletii-e lh-ause it could not be
vei'ilicd, the h.-alih department beim;
clot-ed. Ciipt, D'liiicnwas not allowed
to come to the city by order of lr. lleia
hell, who i iu charge of ipiarantinK.
It was deliniiely leartn-d later that
three of the -ailors had died on the sa
a;.', the lirst of i.-llow fever or. Keb. lit.
the other two on' I 't h. ; I and mi March
J, rcspcotiv.-lv. Capt. O'llrien saiil the
lutlcr two did Hot tile of yellow fever,
and thai there as no epidemic on his
ship. 'I he mall who died contracted yel
low fever while the ehip lay at anchor at
Kio. All were buried al aua. .lr. llcia
kcll ipiaianuue 1 the ship.
Mnriitaita tebt In lll'llnna.
Inpiw Ai- M.tS April 7. Theaiate tar
iff reform league nuluoried Ihe apKiint
ment of e.p -ris iu each county, charged
with the dulv of asceriamiiiK the m rt-
nae ind.'biedinHit bv r.ixird e.xaiuina-
lion, and the nrsl of these reporU was
mbmitu-d Fridav by Hon. .famin .M.
l ii.pen, of Tipton couutv. Thin count
is 111 the l'Uh Ih-.i. and lies in a f. rtile re
1:1011. His e .aiiiinaliou shows that 111
I'.'llhe iris.i;i-.ned niurtrtam m.lelited
ness wa-. ..n,,.ioo. len vcars. later it
had increased 10 fo.MIH, and ill Jnnu
nrv last it a i-'ir related .yj.'.Ni:!."!. The
cr.in l total iml.-b ednesa of the county
from all so ires is t.'J,4Ja.
limita Mtl-ii4 Kalilr.1.
Wichita, Kan.. April 7. The crusade
atrauist lh. salo-iis has riacheii tins
state. S.iii.- ol the iiiemlH-ia of the
Women's 1 hiHlian Temis-raiice tiuion
of Kiiutii.tn. Ihiirsdav applied to the
court lor Marrams to arrest aaloon
ke. ls-rs. I he liUsiti.-sa ot the court was
such that time co. il l not be civen them
at the tit. inn-lit tbev called. In the
nioveiiieui tine- was an important
f-u-tor. an. I tliev le. .ti-il to make a rant.
1 hnv of the p.a.'es where it waa atip
Kised into-.icaiUs were Is-in sold were
vlsll.'t. an. I a'l lioiiuls ol auspicious
tlavor w.-re curried and dumped 111 the
II. mt thr l'.-liisl..n Art H l'va.led
Sn Fi:n. in ... April 7. A local pa-
inr hi' l: has U-eit lnvestiKatiui; the
inalter of 1 ion. .-e liniillr 111011 from
.Me.i.--.. st ile- ..lie or tuo small craft are
almost c laiuly ctiua.il 111 lirinn'iiK
t'tiiiiese I ..in l...wer 1 alilornia to San
I ii.-o. ai.-l iaudinc them at uiirlit,
when. .- tii -v 111. ike their wav to lw An
LT'-h-siiiid ..tiii-r iHimts. fseveral hiiudred
t liiuameii and ,1 iiumU-r of fhiiuwe
worn. 11 at'. h.-li.-ved to have found their
wav into air. .una by this iik-iIunI dur-
iiiK the pa-.t ear.
It. Irle.Mlxl ll. elf..r ( ajluii.l.
Nrw .l:K. April 7. -The Herald
sH-cial fti iii lioiisi 11, 1. is., xjivh: I .eor:e
liol-s. ii. .. London, iik'i nl lor the Liver-
iss.n'ni l.iiL' coiiioanv, airivcl in Hal
vest. .11 on inur-.hiv and entered int.
ii.-ta-.tia,i..i:s tor ..rinichth slupiuetiui of
M01011...1 n fri. rated Uif. lie- .rl
of shipment has not let U-en dtH-idul
iiism. N--w 1 1. 1. aim is a bidder. A linr
of sleainsti.t.-- vi ill is--in running .lulr 1
Cattle ineii in-.1 in l .-rt Worth April ID
to coii-id.-r uuotli.-r and larger roi-
l.uliaM .null) U'. it., Ki-imI Avi-rteil,
Wni r-tisi., W. Va., April 7.-Seven
or ei In 1 - rs. 11s iu.li. ted at the Inst
term ol ihe l...i:au county eir.-uit court
f..r t;.e murd. r ..f 1 .reen .c oy and .Milt
llal.-v, ai iiaits t reek in,i iiivemlvr,
w Inch tl realened for some time to t;row
inioafeii.l ...,u.il in proportions to the
llaliiol.l-Vc oy feu. I, have lai'ii ad
muled to hail in the sum of -m.ihio each,
.1 It.irioiitf M -ne Moo.le.l.
Ml M .kiv. 1 a., prii 7.-Ihe tire in
the 1 aiie r. .11 c. llierv is mm U-vniuj
coiiImI. and the entire linn.-, comprising
J.'si miii-a of waller. es, w ill have to be
Ills at. i. Thre.- creek Will I till Ulli
into the min,-. and it i estimated that il
will take sixty .lava lo il.ai-l it, and
nearlv a vear to repair the .lain .ige. The
loss is e-t. 111. il.-d at fllHI.inai,
Tin- i IiIi-h-iu lliinilirr' Hirlke.
f 'llli ah. 1. April 7. Friday developed
lime mat was new in me piuiuners
strike. ,111 1 ihe in.r-i siK'nih. anl feature
of theila Is-uij! the intlux of plumlsra
of olh. r cili. ... Mrikera and employer
hold ut wi-li ...n il iH-riina. itv, and' are
alike eonli. lent of victory. Ihe plumb
um i.iisiiis. uiroii;iioiii tue cuy la prau
ticully aiisp. ii..c 1.
llenty lliiln In M'isv.i lain.
WiuTitH.u.i.. Wis., April 7. The
heavy rums Ihursday uv.-rllowed the
streams 111 h viriniiv. The flouring
nun iiams hcri- ami at I oral City and
Klk I n-ek were sAi-pmuu The alrcnms
receded rapidly. Country bridge were
more or less .luniaye.l.
I.o.il-vlll- Kellef Fiiml.
IH lt-vii 1 1:. April 7.-The ndief fund
for aiilTi-r--r. bv the tornado now amount
to about Nia.',,'HHi. There have been
alroiit "is 1 ni'iih' utions for relief of lisca
of nil kinds. For losa of furniture there
are 44.' iipplicatious, twenty of which
are Hot 111 the city.
The Ort-iroiilan Ballrnad Sold,
Rai.km. fri... Anri 7. The Oreironian
railway was aoiu at auction under fore
closure Friday 10 tiie Southern 1'acilic,
for l,(.o,(HKI. Thia formally comaletoa
tne inner company a tine to the prosjr
ty, of whicli it ulreudy liad jioasessiou.
A tuieHell Hoi.,
II. .w luir.l it Is to say iro.wl l.y1
Mow slowly iiieiisi the rllntr aonl:
II. IW .lltl l-lilllfs "Mell lemler III-!
II. .w iiuiuy sa.l.leiiini: tlmiijf lit urn atlrredt
lint il.-t.ts there are thut miiHt Is? uiil;
Hel.-tii Ii-as fnte i.i. lias tier a ill
T-t Inttic. Alas, have 1 il.luysil
Ound-by, my aweet len ili.llar hill.
A Kulee Alarm.
Mr. Illiuks (i-nteriug wliere tlirrs are aar
era I lu.li.nl I inn sorry that 1 am lute, but 1
nail lo ult."ii. u rut
Chorus of l,u.hi.s Jiiinplngoii chairs, table,
ate.l -(), horrors! W her 1 iff
.Mr. lilink (rantintiitigl A ratification
meet lug. La wronce A ilii-rlran.
Like, Vet Unlike,
"Yon are unllka the ruse," he anlrl,
'-And yrt are like the mee.
Nosliarp thorna inArynurgrare and worth
The world your tssuity knuwa."
"You are unlike, yet. like a tree,"
Kli... told lilm thut same eve,
"You're iinipitilna: of cbeatniit, yet
You know uot wheu to leave."
A Counter Atlnx-tlun.
Tom That aturfuil gristly at Bargain'
store Is quite su attract ion, Isn't It)
Jack Yes, but Spool ic Thread' bavs a
Tom-What la that!
Jack Why s pretty salesgirl, of course.
The Crevasse in the Mississippi t
Several Plantations Complete
Many Hnnaaa Waeh4 A way earl Three
Llvea Loal The Hraak Over a Quarter
of a Mil Wide Pruepeete ml Another
Overdo of Ihe While Klver la Arhan
aaa Jaekaoanort Inaailaleit.
Nkw ORLtUNS, April 7. A diapatch
from Arkauaa Lily, Ark., Saturday
The wo storevaeeeyet occurring on the
Miaaisaippi aide of the river wa mad
early Fridav morning by the breaking
of the levee a: Cattish Point, ten mile
below Kolivar landing. The bend con
taining several very valuable planta
tions, is completely aubinerged. A
number of cattle were drowned, but all
the rcaidenl escaped. Houae are be
ing washed away. Thia break will do
Alrea.ly I.IM Feet Wide.
Advices from Calliah Point atata that
the break in the levee i 1,3ml feet wide
already, and the most disaatrou that
has yet occurred. Three lives were loat,
a man and two children, house swept
awav, furniture destroyed, and some of
the linest plantation in lite valley sub
merged. Capt, Tollinger, of the United States
service, ia doing all that cau be done to
aid the distressed people.
liesnls of diainwa continue to come
in, but in addition to the relief boats
every local packet thut leave Memphis
carries down large alore of provision,
and the work of rescuing the tlood
iKiutid people girt- on daily.
Along the White River. Arhaneaa.
Newport. Ark., April 7. The pros
pect for another deafructiv overflow
were favorable Friday night. The gauge
reud thirly-uiiie feet,'
'Die gauge at Kateavill read thirty
two feci, 1'heie waa enough water be
tween here and Batesville 10 make two
or three feet more here.
The towu of Jacksonpnrt. three miles
from here, is luirtially un h-r water.
MR, DEPEW ON THE SOUTH.
The Old and New Nplrll Horrors ol Ihe
Warhinoton, April 7. Mr. Channcy
M. iJrpew arrived here Friday evening
in excellent health. In an interview
with a reporter he expressed himself as
delighted with the hospitality of
"lad vou sis? much of the now south 1'
the reporter asked.
"Some of the new south and a good
ileal of the old south. It 1 there stul.
The old stork look on the colored man
aa a sort of annual destitute of moral
sense or responsibility, who, like
Frankenstein, isHJomes for lliat reaaou
dangerous in proportion to hi hbertv
and opimrtunitie, Thev lincerely think
that their t-ropertv will be wnl out or
contlsi-aUHi. their homes brokuu up and
Roci. tr ilestroveJ it the colored man'
votea are counted; and they look upon
uuitiiern Kepuniicana a a specie of An
archists who will cheerfully co-operate
in their destruction, is ine-tentns ut the
Democrat in the south seem to be im
bued with such ideus.
'The new south has a different spirit:
it U-lievc in mines, and nulls, and
corner lots. It lielieves in attractiinr en
U-rprise aud capital, but the old south is
alougwai ilown the millennium of
iioiuical ri'K'enerstion. Ihe reine.lv ia
not plain, but it certainly diw not lie in
reileral leialatl. n.
une tiling, wnich more than anv
other has dehaurhed public sentiment
in the south is the ronviet-lalmr svatem
which holds in certain alates Unlen
Keniian stories of Silurian horror are
alMolulcly true, there rail be no acen.-a
in a civih.eil country so terrible as in
the southern cotivict caiiua. These
fsr wreti-he nre leased to men who
lave no interest in their welfare
reformatio!!. .mi one seem to rare
whether they are properly fed, clothed,
nouse.1. ire.iu-.l or care.) for.
rtomouiiio 1 ne couirac! rati for a
certain numU-r of coiivicu and the date
furnishes them. If thev can t till the
Uota otherwise the newt trivial offense
are ma. lee u-es fur lonn term of lm
prisonmeut. I have no doubt that manv
innocent men are serving sentences in
southern convict camps that a uuota
imgni e liileu.
JOHN L. AND CORBETT.
Xulllvan Will flahl the Man Who Ie
Boston, April 7. John L Sullivan
was seen I- inlay night with regard to
the publisher report that J. M. Corbett,
the han Franciico heaTy-weitjht was
anxious to try his skill ngainat the cham
pion. "I in more than ready to meet
Corltt," said Sullivan, "but on only one
condition. If we are to Imx four rounds
1 11 contract lo put him to sleep in that
time. If I succeed I am to get f 1,000: if
I don't he gels the money. No half and
half biuuncHs about it These con teste
for gate receipts savor too much of fak
ing. You rnn say that John I. Sullivan
will fight ( or I ret t four rounds for $l,0iHI
and if he doe not whip huu in that time
won t except a ceut.
Proapeeis ef Hlaadahed la the Lately
Ceded Mloua Reeervallea.
Cmambf.rlaim, 8. Dak., April ?.
Four claims in one locality on the ceded
Sioux lands west were Thursday Jumped
by claim jumpers. The jumping was
dons during the temporary absence of
the original settlers, who upon returning
and discovering the Intruders, used
every mean in their power to prevail
upon the jumpers to vacate, but without
avau. i be four settlers came to Chain
berlain Friday, purchased Winchester
rifles and aniunition, and returned to
the reservation swearing they would
have their claims back if bloodshed was
necesiary to accomplish it.
Blahnp flnwaaen la Not Caat Dewa.
Dim Moinct. Iowa. Aoril 7. Biahon
Dowman, wno wa locasa out Of Trinity
church by tlie trustee, and whom the
Des Moines conference of the Evamrui-
cal church refused to recognise aa its
presiding officer, rridav organised a
conference of his own and transacted
some business. The session wa hold at
the bishop a room at hi hotel,
Ita Excellent Qualltlea
Commend to public approval the Califor
nia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Fige. It
is pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
ana ny gently acting on the kidneys,
iver mid bowels, it cleanses the svatem
effectually, thereby promoting the heulth
and comfort of all who use it.
Kcv. C. I. Gibson. D. D.. I'ttcrsburir.
Va says: f have used Mrs. Joe Person's
Remedy in my own family, and it eives
me pleasure to say it has proved a valu
able Tonic nnd Cuntier 01 the B nod. and
if thoroughly tested, 1 think will remove
many cutaneous disorders.
vni'RCHiLL 1. litrmoN,
rctersburg, Va., January 10, 18SH.
LADIES' KID DLO VES
Where to Buy Them.
No buttoiiH to null off or
pinch the wrint.
Lace without Iiookh to
catch or tear.
A jfood HHKortment of nl
nizcH in stock.
For sale only by
B0STIC BROS. & WKIG1IT
Xo. 1 1 X. Court Square.
Thr entire utrnk ut
Jih-IuiIiiik tine HroiK-hm, Hutttina and timer
1-8-0 N E-T HI R D 0FF1-1-3
KficimllrRii 01' coit, wf .ntrnil In thr futim
tn irrp nuthlnit but Hulld Cold un
Strrhnu Stiver Jrwclrv.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mouth Mailn St. Anhevllle
V. A. Bi.aih. J. V. Bkowx
No. 3a Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEIBLOCK. OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wo nre now ready, nnd in
vito our frioixls tun the pub
lic Kvnomlry to cull mill ex
amine our well wliH-tetl ntock
Which we are ofl'eriniitrock
bottom priccH. I'litltM-tiikiiiir;
a n fecial teatiire. I nils at
tontletl day or nijiht.
Telophone, tiny 7.", night G3.
BLAIR & 15HOWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
PAaeSNr.RR lim-aaTM rnt,
Wcaura North Carolina IHvialoa.
PA88BNUBR TRAIN HCHRM'LB.
iIn Kerac-T March Sl.'ll
76th Meridlao tlntr ueril whin not otherwlat
" New York,
I.v. New York,
"Richmond, I 800pm
" No. 85
N40 p m
A07 p m
840 p m
litaa pml "
TliailyVicept Sunday.) I No. 17
368 p m
1 66 p m
046 a nt
11 10 amlAr.
284 pm "
Ml pml "
Noa. 60 and 81. Pullman Hlccucr between
Orernabnru and Morrtetuwa
Nos. 62 and 6a I'ollman Buffet Wetuina
vara rieiwccn moi npnnse ana nnenington.
aencvilie l nrcaaiaat station lor nu. nil.
" Dinner " " " 63.
Hickory I " 62,
W. A. WINBURN, P. P A.,
Aahcvillc. N. C.
JAM. L. TAYLOR, O, P, A.,
waentnarton, u. v.
NBW HUUMBI NBWLV FUKNIHHBD
ALL MODERN IMPROVUMBNTa.
MRS. Ne B. ATKINSON,
No. Stl Haywood Stmt,
No. til ' No! S3
anotim a imam
aaarn to WOptti
a 31 )pm a i gain
1 liftpml rsoam
12 20pm 13!IAaml
7111pm 6 53am
H AOpm H SiSam
11 -0im 104.7am
0 JOam 1 'JOpm
"is ltiaml aaopm I
7 -Ham 6B7pm
12 30am J
a 40pm MOBaml
0 iiiiain I
2SOpm 8 oOrm I
4 4tim 1 ooam j
1348am i l 25am I
7 22am 4 22pm
A." . R. R. f No" 84
DRUGS AND MEMCISISS.
Shoe BruNhes, Hat BniNhtw.
Cloth Brushes nnd FIchIi
BruHhe8, at T. C. Smith &
All th flnoHt nnd most pop
lar brands of Tobnct'o are
ld ly T. C. Smith Co.,
KnU'lnnd'H bewt Tobacco
Smlw, Hohi'ted for Buneinle
county and for Hide bv T. V.
Smith & Co.
LiizcII'h Choice l'erhunoH,
CoIoiioh, KxtractM and
Sachet IWderri at T. C.
Smith & I o.'k,
Wo ha ve ihe boHt Htock of
I'reHHed II mIih in ounce pack
ajjoH. 1 . t. Mnith t o.
e Hell the Htrictly pure
uad ot .Ino. 1. liOWiMA: Hro
an it pveH the bent Htitinfac
tion. 1 . V. Smith & Co.
lIorford'H Bread I'rppnm
tion ami Borden 'HCondeiiHoc
Milk nt T. T. Smith & Co
Sherwin, WillianiH Co.'
Ittady Mixed Paints, all col
oix, in miinll and mare caiiH
nt T. C. Smith & Co.'h.
tatoes. nil vn riot ich. just r"-
eivj-d by T. C. Smith & Co
One (iroHs Ilood'H Sumi
parilla at T. C. Smith & Co.'h
alno a i'ohh of Scott h
I'iiuulHion Cod Liver Oil.
Dryden Jc Palmer'n Double
lictinod Hck Candy Svru
lv the barrel or Iohh. at T. (
Smith & Co.'h Drujj Stoiv.
(VIu:ato'H SoapH nnd I'er-
fumery in larire nHHortinent
at J . C. Smith & Co. h.
A full aHHrtment of Fi-ohIi
(!n n len Smh1h junt rec'iveil by
l.l. Smith A: t o , InuiHtH
One Hundred BuhIicIh bent
Ited Clover Seed, Helliiii; ont
at lowest pricoHiit T. C. Smith
I o. h im u",' Store.
liluodraHH, White 1 lover,
iimothy. Orchard (JnisHnni
Saplinir Clover, for wile nt T
C. Smith & Co.'h Drug Stom
Tho InrireHt variet.v o!
Tootli luushoH. both Knulish
and r rencli, iiIho a fine Inn
f Hair BiuhIioh at T. C
Smith & Co.'h.
Special attention paid to
lillinir I'livHiciaiiH' pivncrip-
tioiiH at T. C. Smith Co.h
Dru Store. Melicinedeliv-
irHl to any part of the city,
on Hliort notice.
We have plenty of iroods
nnd we are Hellinir them nt
bottom priceH. e move the
iroodH on Hliort protltH. l .1 ,
Smit h & Co., DrujristH.
T. ( Smith & Co. lead tin-
pneoH in the ui Mit trade 01
Wenteni Carolina. Competi
tion Iiuh taken a buck nea t
Fifty irroHH Diamond D.voh
all HbndoH and (-oIoih, in any
quantity, Hold by T.C.Hinit)
The bent Tea in the market
at the price put up in Hinall
paoKntcoH HnmploH free, at
T. C. Smith & Co.'h Drug
A fresh Htock of DeWitt
( Imton ( iirarn came in to
day, nlno 5,000 Klevenn.
riioHeni-e the bent live and
ten cent Cijrarn in AHheville,
T. C. Smith & Co., DniHtH,
Soda Water nil t,ho vonr
nund at T. C. Smith & ikt.'n
Drug Store; alHO CumpbeirH
One Barrel Genuine Delmn
tian Inneet Powder and 200
boxeH Spider Web Sticky Fly
I'aor just to hand, at T. C.
Smith Co. h.
One groHH of Mr. PerHon'8
Speeinc jUHt n'ived bv T. C.
Smith & Co., DruKgiBtH.
A NBW DKBO, carefully prepared by lead
In mem here at the Asaevllla bar loa
neat pwekuwat aad heavy fat pas ),
irr ooiau, laat oat aad
on aaar at ta nm
of the Cmsaa fsau.
ran c,, so. a NnrtK cnaiet
TH E "H ICKORY I N N,"
HICKORY. N. C.
POPULAR WINTER RESORT.
I m 1 -vrw
Average "Winter Temperature, 52 Degrees.
The Hotel iH handsomely furnished throughout, liaH
Kleotric LightH, (!an, Hot and Cold Water Bathn, and all
the convenieneoH of a modern home. For terniH, ete., mi
ll rens ,
TAYLOR, BOVIS & BROTHERTON,
Wholraulc and Retail licnlcra In
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANUKS, TINWARIX, c.
SANITARY I'M MHINO, OAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TIN AND SI.ATK KOOPINO,
AUTOMATIC ELKCTKIC OAS LIGHTING ANP CAIX BKLI.S,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS AtPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House,
No. 4J PmMoii Ave., Anhewllle, N. C.
Katlmatc Cheerfully olvvn on all Work in our Line.
AHheville, N. C.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Mnnufartureni nnd Dculcra in all klniii of Dmuied
Door, HaHh, Bllnda, 9louldlns;a, Stalrwork, Mantel, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds) or Building; Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty
nuv l.dir Telephone No. ao.
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Shades) and Patent Hamster,
Taints, (XI and Varnishes. Maaury'a Miacd
Prcncta and American
We keep In etock Ht. Loulaand Kentm-kv tad frt
THE WINYAII HOUSE,
Ctimrr Bcnrtl and Pine stmts. Camp rutton.
ASHEVILLE. N. a
Conduitcil as a Sanitarium for invalids sulTt-nriK from diseases nl
lite Iiiiir and thnwt, and under thr chnrKC of Dr. Karl von Ruck.
Conducted upon thr most approved pliin endorsed by the leadinK
nH-mbersof t lie medical prolisaion. K-rlivt iiproiutmetits in every
ilcimrtmcnt. Por particulars add as
KAKL VON RUCK. B. S.. M. I).
Dr. von Ruck 's city office: No. 30 I'ntton avenue. Room Nos. 1,
2 ami 3, up stairs. Office Hours: 11 to 1 o'clock. Practice limited
lo diseases of the lungs and throat.
w. T. FKNHia.
PENNIMAN & CO.,
Joannas and DBAl.sea is -
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHM0N0
OLD HICKORY WAGONS. STUDERAKER WAGONS. M0LINE SCALE CO
ENGINES, SAW MILLS. ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
SPECIAL SALE I
We hit now iirTriinv nrdAl liarunlnn In rvrrvthinv. Our buver. MR. I. O. HOWRLL In
now tn lliv Norihrni mnrltt'tii. We nrr roIhk to Aril jrood at irice. to M.t erybo4y We
flnrl from ekiieelcnve thut ltiw trpcn do more to help o"t n dull d.v than a blf toncco
lirtHli We are now wv.llnir n our third car load of Clover and Oraea Seed, aad expect to
lie cIMnjc on the tenth car load of
lUTnr th- vmr U nut. A few itnln nf Mrn'i
fttunntnn Hhne fur LiiiHf- nt 'J le onuliively
at 7Ac. nml f1 Mute nt 4-ftc . and a rct manv
UKAHAM X HuM h-m aim iiwn is, xnr mvorur wim am mr lirmrra, we oniy mention
thle to how that we art on good term with the Alliance profile and air tellinc them alac-ft
ii HOTEL ST.
SKVLANU MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Klslit Mllca Houtta of AHheville, on the A. a H. Mallroad.
40 MINlvKAl. SPRINGS.
The analyirla shows Iron, Alum, Bpsoni, Magnesia and Whit ulphar. Carre Whcuaia-
tlam, Blood IHecaaea, Dxaxpala, Inaomnla,
Comniodloas houee sad irrounds, Culalne
Near PaMtenger Depot.
l-alnta and Colore. Window I'.laa
w. . ersNiaN
STOVE CO., CORTLAND WA00N CO..
Heave Boots awav tietua roe, and our
thecheaiieet ehoe on earth. Men's $1 duHatn
other Ihlnire thnt will nutonlih yuo.
AHheville Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. HOWKI.L, Maamrtr.
At ulil stand, let dour below I'ciinlinan at Co.' Hardware Store,
TUB FINEST SPRINGS SOUTH OF SARATOGA.
Nervous Affection and all Kldne Cotnplnlnls,
nccllcnt. Terms reasonable. Addrea