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The Simple Funeral Ceremonies
DfTEBMENT AT LAUEEL HILL
Tha Departed Maltmn H' t""Ji Hli
rather on the Hanks of the nchuyl
kill Dr. Chester's Touching Tribute
nistlncul.hetl Man ray Honing to tha
PlllI.AOKl.rillA, April 18s The funeral
of Samuel J. Randall, second of tlie
fathers of the popular branch of the na
tional legislative Innly who have been
laid at rent in this commonwealth within
the present calendar year, took place
yesterday nfterniHii, mid was one of the
most silently impressive events witnessed
in this crty for many a day. There was
an absence of all outward demonstration.
The funeral train from Washington
did not rcai'h here until a few minutes
after 8 o'clock. There were awaiting it.
drawn up in military style, large delega
tions from tliu Jiiunicipal council of the
Irish National league, Meade 1'oBt No. 1
Grand Army of the ltepulilic, Samuel
J. Randall assiK'iatiou, the James l'age
Library association, Continental IX'ino
cratio ns-turitttion. Young Men's Demo
cratic battalion, and many friends of the
decease I. The cortege nt once moved
toward West Laurel Hill cemetery, the
cat-ketand hearse loaded with lloivers,
Kev. Dr. Chester, of Washington, re
cited the burial service, and the casket
was oiened so that those present might
take a look at the departed statesman.
A quartette from the Meade Tost, No. 1,
Urand Army of the ltepuhlio sang the
hymn, Kcinenilwr Now Thy Creator,"
which was followed with prayer by the
Kev. Dr. Henry M. Cook. Chaplain Ren
der, of Meade Post Nu. 1, pronounced the
benediction, ami the quartette, by s(ecial
request, sang "Nearer my liod to 1 hee,"
which wus rendered with lioimtifiil ef
fect and made still more intense as all
about the grave stood with uncovered
and bowed head. As the last strains
died away, Truuietcr Kern stcpied up
to the head of the grave, and amidst the
silence sounded ' taps," . hicli pnw
Bounced a military "gissl i. ght to our
comrade," ami the tloral laden casket
was tenderly lowered in the grave.
NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS.
Benefits DfrlTiMl from tha Alllatic la tha
Miitlvr uf r'artlllmirs .limit-
RaI.KIHII, X. 0., April 18. It has b rn
laarned from the ollicers uf the State
Farmers' alliance that there have Isf n
issued ninety-three charters to county
alliance, and ','"7 to suli-allianccs, of
which latter only thirty-two have been
returned. The gain in meiiils i'shi in
the past year has Uimi over mmivii ilmu
SHild. The state luisiness agency of the
alliance is doing an iminen-c work. It
bus furnished two sub-alliances this sea
son twelve thousand tons of its-. ; 1
fertilizer, and its sules of oth
inauilv provisions, aver"
sand dollars tier i I
ness agent savs '
of sjieciHl li.".;-.f il.. ! . '
thealliaoce r ., : 1 .
in a decline ..? .lie
brands, and In ' .s season
alone the bn in - -i. :i .ts siived the
farmers u.er hai' i i ..mil dollars in the
n.ver of fertili.i in alone.
A llrUtHl AMMMttl.
Custox, X. C. April 18. Kdward X.
Butler, of this place, was brutally shot
from ambush by a cowardly villain ulio
was screened from view by thick buln-s.
Duller lived some time, and made a dy
ing declaration implicating a young man
of doiqicrato character. Diligent search
has U-en made lor him, but without
avail. Butler was 411 years of age, and
leaves a wife and nine children. lithe
assassin is caught, he will lie lynched.
Thr 1'imiciT lllll Alton! Kllle.t.
Washington, April 18. It is evident
that Chairman rum-tun. of the house
agricultural committee, exss't-to In- rat
tled. Southern congressmen have lir.-d
ill upon him ttve liiimlred ilitiuiis iu
the last week, every one of them protest
ing against tile passage of the Conger
bill A week ago ha ilcelan-d he would
call up the hill on the l'uli. but he weak
ened when tint day urrived, and he still
has it in Ills dunk. The -th ions from
alliitncemen and from the colored sociu
lui of the south have had their elicit.
What tha Louisiana littiry tVanta to Do.
NlwYoRK. April I1. A TitniKSHH-iaI
front New Orleans says that at the ap
proaching session of the state legislature,
a proposition will lie submitted by the
Louisiana lot i cry company to pay the
stale Sl'.'eVKi.Ooo'for a peri'isl of twetitv
live years, the un n 'V to lie paid ill yearly
installments uf half a million. The ami
lottery league is preparing to tight this
iite-inf of the lottery coiupuuy to renew
Dor tort Kumt for liamavaa.
Xashvii.i.r, Tenn., April 18. A milt
for 11 1 MM) haslns'ii tiled by Mrs. Mary
K. 8'iiyili'ii against lirs, V. A. Harrison
and li'uiK'iin and I'iiiiI K, Eve, on account
of the lu'cidenlul deaih of her hiislmnd
in March, mt. Iu her bill of complaint
Mrs. Slayden allegiis that her husliand
was killed by a dose of chloroform nil
inlnisU'riMl by the defenili.nts iu thei-uit.
Hlaydeii had placed hiiux'lf in the physi
cians' bands, nnd a delicate surgical op
eration wus to lie s-rfornns on him, lie
died from the effects of an anesthetic be
fore the physiciuus begun the operation.
nel'alla Itaprlvatf nf Hia sword.
BitoxiKLYN, April 18. When Com
nunder lluCalla, of the United buites
(leanuiiip Enterprise, appeared at the
navy yard, L'uuiiiianduul Uralne fur
niahod him a copy ot the charge on
which he is to by couit martiuJed and
deprived him of his sword.
flora la a at at Car.
New Yohk, April 18. Maggie Kolley,
of 'Hi Kast Uixty-llflh street, became
the mother of a bouncing girl baby,
while riding on a Second avenue horse
car, at Forty-eighth street at 5 a. m.
Uother and child were taken to lielle
A I al Ontloa Fllil Won hf Woman.
Wkhtminktkb, Md,, April 18. Free
district, ('Hrroll county, voted for
local option, The women championed
the cause, established aoollee house for
tbt voters and won the day.
THt MINERS' CONVENTION.
Thar Atvee to Ooallnae the leale of the
Columbus, 0., April 1 1. The miners'
convention met and the special scale
committees reported that a basis for
oala for 181)0 had been agreed opon.
Mr. Be aald the oommltteo agreed
unanimously to recommend that Ut
oalo basis of the past three yean be
odpted as the scale basis for the com
ing year for Oldo and Pennsylvania.
The ecaie basts was adopted unani
mously. ' -The
uuestlon of the orine for mining.
which tue Winers desire to be placed at
S0 OMita above the scale) basis, was
referred to the special committee.
which airmail oil tliu scald basis and the
original scale conuuitU'e wiu invited to
meet Willi this committee. These mat
(pro are '. ler dboiiHniuu,4witli uo dmla
ite couciUoions oj yet.
He Tsatetl tlm I'alaun and Ulail.
Pi.aiskikld. N. J.. Anril 18. Albert
Martin, the lj-voar-old sou of Air.
Ueorge 0. Martin, a New York commis
sion uieivltaul. died ut his home iu this
place from the oliecis oi a dose ot runs
greeu. iouug JJariiu wan miiing
roaches with ilm poison when he was
seized with a desire to taste tiitf drug,
which he did. He was atiaeseu wuu
convulsions and died iu u short time iu
great ui;uiiy. lie was u iiu-iiUh'I- of the
Pluinlield iiicyule clui) ana wu very
popular among tue youug people.
A Double. Aelloil Sulclila.
Tli,u.,u Aoril 1H A Illlltrs bodv.
Siittlterud wuu blood, was lound on tile
..V,....-,. ,. i,-..,. ..I l-:ii orili .-.ireoL bv
a palioliiiaii una taken to Maliou 1, It
proved lo ne 1 .mien .uagiiei, nu uuu
Utfu a bin.til rope aiouuu ma ucv uuu
f..t.....i t,... ,,i n..r Mint to tliu leir of his
bedstead, iheii he jumped out of tile
lllll'U Blol'y MIIIDUWi liu uuu uuovuivu-
lated tiu oir.-ntli ot the rois) and it
parted, lelini, linn tall lo tile sidewalk;
but hi-i iiileuuid sell' desliucliou was
accouiphslivu lit the lull.
iHjirlvl anil tba t'rass.
til'uiiv Anril IS. w-iu the landtan
Chuiioeilof i .ipi ivi declared that wlieu
tlie reueiil cliitages were nude in me
tuilllsiry Hie govei iiui ill n .a seriously
cousldetod the mailer oi iu me ot tlie
press, nuiee that lime not u word from
tlie chancellery nad appealed iu tlie
newspapers. ih-g.inluu l"u loreigu
press lie said the j,ove. iiuiuiil would re
serve to lis. ii tne luciiiiv oi rcuiiuiiig
uewspapors to uillueiico public opiuiou
abroad, bui iitiuuiuous would be 00-
Mr t'ay la Kuritps.
London. Anril 18. The present out
look Iiiilhi,iioui the couiiiieiii for a
puaceaolu oiueiva.ioe oi Jlay nay u
mucu belter tliau U was a lew days
ao, llioali Uiere is still a liseliliood
Lu.ii tne .lav will Oe ui.uked liy disor
der iu some io. alities. Iu vicrniauy the
attitude ul Ibu woisiug causes is less
toniuua'li! than elsewliele, lliougil
there uill Uoo.iuly bo spasmodic at
tempts to el vale l iou
Ktllc-.l Ills t'uiuiiulsurr Sou-ln-Law.
..ii'.HMONii, Vu., April '.8. News was
received here oi tne i.a.d wouudiug by
W. ban oi n s compulsory soii iu-Uw,
U.T. ilariioii. ill .Sew iveiil couuty,
and the k.lim. of Jlall b., Imiliaiu.
I lie nhooiiiiB u.iairoccuri e.i on a county
road. lour. mi allots being exchanged.
Mini,, ii. iie auu Lull couiiK'lle.t l.arn.ini
lo iiiuitv ins dauguter and tins Is the
einluu ol luo teuu wiucu has existed
llimlvry iniiwrirs nniMi.
New YoiiK, April is. All tlie princi
pal New Nor., iiiipoilers ol hosiery met
and si,iie.i me pro.e-l-ilread.v signed by
ail Hie le.ui.u iiosier.t importers oi
.... . ......... i.ti.i .i l. u..tilcM
.i -t .he pioiw d change by tUe
i.i -, v . ill oi tue unties Ujijii cotlou
, i . un lnlriMtluiiMl t'Ofiyrtfht.
.. April 11. -Mr. til.id-lone.
. ... til regard lo tue estaiiliniiueui
un uiieru.tiiuu.il copyiigiii law wuli
Vinei ica. so, " Ii u tlie nuruiry
ot protection ce:iu to oppre.s tli." coun
try we lu.ii li 'pi' tuey win present a
pian Wiiil'ii mil l.i-e a lor.u w or lay of
io 41e.il a ua.ion."
Irish hailuual Ihkh
St. l.nt 1. April 13. 1 he executive
couiiiul.ee of tliu irisii Naiioual Ix-ague
of .uiieiu a is iu ses-iou in tins city.
ueiiv.ii' s .no or. is'iit ii'oui nearly every
stale in tnu colon, it is understood
Una tlie coiiiimiluo will decide tnat uo
uuuouai coiiveuliou is necessary.
Allrrapt Iu Wrack a Train.
Asiitaui'la. O., April 18. An at
tempt was male la-ii aiht lo wreck
loiae Shore train at l.u lover ty placing
steel tars on tue Ir.i. i. l'ne engine
junqs-d tue ir.n k. oiil ot oack again.
lUls Is Hie lllild alieiup. uia'ie ueor uie
same puiut m a lew Wics,
Iliad ami lU J.nuu.llDu.
ItosroN, April 18. Tlesiphilus
Walker, one oi i.ie ol U-t and wcailli
iest citi.eiis ol IV ailu.iui. d.e.l of tieurt
I , . .. .- .... u U... I.
Ulst-iisi-, a)., v i. .i -viiu
about .. o.iW'l. lie h i I Iweu iu Hie
glue nu mess and owuud part of the
Xaiivtr'a L)o wuiks.
Now York (nitral'a Annual Maetlnf.
ALBANY, April 18. At the annual
mis-tiug ol tue slocahul lei's ol tlm .New
Vurk L an ii and nudsuu kiver rail
road and ine iv'cst siiuru railroad lust
year s directors were re-el led. .Some
thing over tbU,uoj,UiAJ uf slock was
(wlorail CiHivantlou at Itlrhmonu.
HliimoNU, Vs., April IS. The col
ored convention adjourned alter pass
ing resolutions indorsing the itepubll
cuii ;auv. deiiounciug me Ueuiocralio
purty uud lioveruor UcKiiiuey and
elucluig a nUile executive coinunlU-e.
lha Loyal Laflon.
PlIlljitiPl.HMU, April 18. The cele
bration of tne military order of the
Loyal lesion ended lost n i ni with a
reception in liiJ Academy nt r ine Arts,
tendered the visiting Co up.ini ms uf the
order by the I'ennsi Ivaniacouiiimndery.
SavKnlsaa ulrU Klllail
Rome., April 18. A fatal accident oc
curred at iiergaino. ine root or a
weaving mill, iu which DUO girls were
at wora, fell in aud seveutovu of the
girls were killed.
Han'ey's Hook Mulshail,
London, April IN, Mr. Henry M.
Stanler lli.lshcd the work uf revising
the proof sheet ol hi book lust night.
Rlhbous Insiasd of Slaav Links.
1 . - . . 1 1 . .. ,1.1... am n . n .. If rn m
AprUptin Ul illU hlllll)(a Ullill SW.
you must drop your sleeve links and
substitute fur tliein a very narrow rib-
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bon, wlilcu is ueu m a sun nine now
thrfinirh tbn two button holes.
This ii le dernier crl in Paris, and no
end uf surmise come up a to how the
fashion arose. Most fashions have
their birth from accident, and Hi
fair to conclude tliut Alphonse, in a
spirit of gallantry, (rave liii sleeve
link to llierejie, ie or juurie, anu
that aim. rtitiirninir tha coinuliment
drew tlie pretty little ribbon from iior
lingnno aim ostunea Uigetner, in a
feminine fashion, the culfs thai wore
Unkluss. ruiladulplila 'lime.
l. V I ii. nf luntH ahlna.
Up to 1HU1I kangaroo were killed
and eaten In Australia, and their hide
. n,,l Int.! abfioutsitiira. Hut an
Englishmnn named Drown in that
year discovered tne remursauio cnar
aotcr of the leather and brought sever-
, ., , 1.!.... . . .1.1 .
at lliousatiu skuis io una country.
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xie tnctl to will tue mum w utuuors.
but thny wore shy of the novelty, and
1. - 1 1 4 .. anil lim nf a anntdllnu trt a
HO IIUU Vf WWII I,WM. . wuv. .uww
bookbindor. The bookbinder made
triangular corner piece in longer nu
!?..!! luibannt -f (ha akitia and
to ascertuinoU the ffood quality of the
... . i.. ai.iu .1..
leauier. Jl wo 111 una way tuna sua
large leather factoriea were Qnt at
tracted to kangaroo niu. mature.
ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1890.
THE TARIFF BILL.
McKinley's MeaBure at Last Be
jorted to the Hoaae,
TWO MORE REPUBLICAN SENATORS.
Tha rontaslanta from Monti aatail.
Tha Chilians Fniimeratlon lilft Tablad.
Contnateil Klactloiia In tha H"u A
ran-AnierloHii Dinner to tha ITasl
dant Carlisle on tha Tariff.
Wasiiinhton, April 18, Tne veature
In the house was the presentation of th
majority and minority report on the
Mr. linker, from the o immiitee on
commerce, r-nort" I alveisnly H p"o-
liitton to investi rite the Ine sivmg ser
vice, and it was laid on the ta ile.
Mr. McKinley, of nini), from tne
committ 'e m wavs un I inaus, re-
ported the tariff hill an I it wa referred
in ilm eo iniiitien of the whole. Mr,
Carlisle, of ICentuky, prison ted the
views ol the minority anil nr. Aietveniia,
of California, presented his individual
views, t irdered pntueii.
The hmi-e then went into committee
of the wh ile on the military academy
appropriation bill, which was passed.
Mr. Itergen, of New Jersey, from the
committee on elections, called up the
contested election ease of Poy vs.
I'arrett. from th'1 I'irst Indiana district.
The committee rcport.-d unanimously in
favor oi .Mr. I'arrett, the sitting mem
ber. Mr. Cheudle, of Indiana, made an
exhaustive sii eeh in favor of seating
Mr. Posey. Mr. Itorgen defended tlie
reHirt of the committee, which was
Mr. Howell, of Illinois, called up the
conteste I election cut1 of Unveil vs.
Iluclumau, from the Ninth district of
Virginia, Th resilution confirming
the right of the s.tlin muiuuer was
o-t of Ilia Henate.
Tlie senate suiiim irily dnwl of the
Chinese enumeration bill by laying it on
the laiile and also of tlie Montana elec
tion cases by seating the Republican
chiiuianis. Messrs. Sanders and Power.
The senate concurred in the house
aineiidin nt to the senate bill for the
construction of a punltc building at
ihe following bills were taken from
the calendar and passed: Appropriat
ing ? i,ikh) for a public building at
lialeslmrg Ills., and '"".00t) for a pub
lic hint hug at Ashland. Wis., and HH),
"00 each for pu die bud lius at Urand
Haven. Mi h.. Newliurg. .V. Y., and
Norfolk. Neli.; nUi 1 O.OIKJ additional
lor continuing work on the publio build
ing ut v orcester, Mass.
1h Montana anatora.
The Montana case was then taken up.
Mr. llutler moved to recommit the ma
jority and mniorify reports with in
structions to the committee on privi
leges and th ci ii uis for further investi
.. .n.ai l.'e.eele 1 ve.n. dil: nars: H3.
The resolutions declaring Sanders and
Power ".nulled up m the merit of til
ca' to seals iu tne seuat I irom tne
state of Montana were agreed to by a
sti n t arty vote. Yeas, :W: nays, 28.
.Me-rs. 'Sunders and Power were im
mediately escorted to the clerk's dusk by
senator Hoar und Washnurn; the oath
if ollice w.i- iid:iiinisUred to tiiem by
the vice president.
A fan-Amarlran Ilnnar.
Wasiiinuton. April 18. The dinner
given in honor of 'resident Harrison at
tlie Arlington last uigui uy mo una-
American legates to tlie pill-American
congress eclipsed in point of num
bers picviil, in huh punlic character of
Hie nil els. III brilliancy and iu ueauiy
ot surroundings, any similar entertain-
incut given at tlie uatlonal capital dur
ing tlie pa-t winter. Tlie dinner was a
, v.,ii,.i. ,,l '.sfriinniuii! mid llunil art.
... ... sraj, , .... .
I'lesiiieiai l rrisoll iH-t-upieu uie aeui
if honor ut I lie e.Mieinitv uf one of the
octaugulitr radiating e.vieniions of the
luhle, Willi .'Mrreta v . lame at tne enu
of the opisite fM ii i hi. Vic Presi
dent Morton to the 1 1 .III and Chief Jus-
lice Fuller t i tlie le t oi the president.
Sneaker Heed uud .iiron lava, the
Italian minister near .seceretary Illume,
and cx-s. creiary lieiidi rson and tHiv
ernor llulklev. of i ouuecticut, occu
pied the remaining seats at extremities
uf tne diverging extension.
Among tlie gu.-su were nearly all oi
th omioiiiaiic corns ami of the caluuet.
several ineiii s'r-of congress, the mayors
if Hamming, lloston. .ew Haven and
lialtiuiore, an I the govuruors uf Cun-
lieuucul uud Uulaware.
tarll.la on tha Tar Iff.
Waiiimithn, April 18. Mr. Carlisle
summit 'd tne views ol tue minority ou
tlie Unit bill. The minority discus
the turiil iiue.tiou at leniu. pointing
out tue tililereiice between the two
iHilitic.il parties in tne mailers and de
fending the d snruic or tliu iRMnncruts.
suiuiiimg up tue tiiiMstioii the minority
say: "vVe llieve therelore that Ihe
ally inaiinei m whlcn our industries
can le heliel by legislation at tue
i.resent time is le exemiit irom UIS'
tiou the materials they ure coiiisjlle,l to
use and to reduce proporiiaieiy in
taxes on Innsll -d prod dels, u llial all
our farmers, mechanic and manufao-
liners may la aide to couicUi on e Ual
terms with those of otunr couutrie.
Thut is the snicy which we ailvucai
uud which we desire lo see inaugurated
aud completed just a early and as
rapidly as circumstances win permit.
The ttllvar I ansa.
WahiihuTo.s). April 18. Tli mem
Iwrs of the Itrnuollcail Neuute and
house caucus auu-cuiuiiiiltees un the
silver uuuitioii were In uoiifureuce, but
laile-i to re.u'ii all agreement, and tha
inn iter stands with Uie unlr point in
dispute Klmiher certitlcaUM iatued for
silver bullion snail o reieem tui in
sliver bullion or silver coin at the option
of Ihe government, or wnetner tuey
hall be red. tuned iu lawful monsy uf
the UinUid iSlaiut aiuuu, meaiiiiig any
.mil oi m iner, anil onlr such money
as la received lur cusunus dun and ob
ligations io the government lu general,
WasillNiiTnif, April 18, Th aanate
oonflrtiied Ilm nontin itiun oi ins ioi
low in j iHi.t.ii.nUirs in I'eunsylvaniai
Mlsa naui .scull, ilruokville; W, K.
i beainuil, Id-nova; U .1, Clark, hUugs-
ton; iN, 11, w ilson, Uuwningiown.
Issnrf llal In Ilia tlath Mooaa.
Wahiiinoto, April 18. -Mr. Charlo
II. Miller, a wealthy resident of Halem,
Mass., was found duad In hi bath room
at the Norni'iuilie, He arrived about
two weeks ago from the south,
P03TAL 3ARD OOWTRA0T.
Oomiilleallnna Thai May tan Tkalr
Mannft-atn nt hattom, on.
Nkw HArKtt, Conn.. April 18. It I
prolstble Uiat the manufacture uf portal
cord at Hhellou, Conn., will be aiNU
doneil owing lo the complications, lltian-
cial, Xlitlcal and otherwise, which have
arisen. William Wilkinson, the ribel
ton paper ttiunufanturer. state that b
will supply no more cardboard lo Uag-
Rett, the postal curd ooutrautor, and
will preare no more samples fur the
He slate that t'augett owe him a
large amount of money and that he
(Wilkinson) paid for the card board
suppled uaggait iruut wrenue, jnaa.
Wilkinson claims to have expert testi
mony to show that his curds furnished
are better than the sample furnished by
the government. The keeper placed
over the concern on the attachment
was withdrawn and everything Is ruu-
ning as uuul. The employes, who
were becoming anxious aaouttlieir pay,
were uotillud that Uioy will be paid to
Paid hy Hli UiimUinsiu
Moorkstdwn. N. J.. Auril 18. Ex-
Collecuir Utlliiigliam is completely
prostrated by his inability to pay tne
amount title the toiviisnip and lias urn
been out oi Ins room .or a wee, i us
creditors are disioted to deal lenienny
with him and give him a chance to re
deem himself, .le has wealtny relatives
who, it is thought, will come to his
rescue should there no a disposition lo
drive him to tue wall. ilis .i.iudsiueii
natd the entire amount ot In- luduuleii-
ness to the towiidup, iiiiiouiiuug to
nearly l,tJ0. liiiii.ignuiii says he
would have been able to pay every thing
if sickness had not overucii him.
The Hoonisr nf Ilia Hloonian,
Counuu, Bi-l Fr's, la., April 18. The
fiftieth anniversary of ihe marriage of
Mr. and Airs. 1). C, lliooiuer were cele
brated here. Susan ii. Vuihony and
Mrs. Ueorge Hula, of vVyiniiiug, sent
their re.:rets. Mr. and Mrs. lliooiuer
cuiue here thirty-live years ago, Mr.
llloomer lo practice law. .urs. Dioomer
has btwn fur inauv years an earliest
champion' oi woman s rights and was a
member uf tlie lirst woman's rights
convention, hlie was also the origiua-
tor of the bloomer oostuuie.
Wnrstails Ara Nat Woolana,
New YoltK. Aiiril 18. The liuiwrtant
teat case of U-iliiu, Joseph ol Co. ugaiusl
the collector oi uusto.us lo recover ai
lir,d excess ol duty uaid Ull lor protest
ou cerium iu voices u! ivor .led clotlis.
waa decided 111 tne L lilted .Status circuit
court by a jury under .Judge Lacinnuu
In lavor ol ine iuisiri'rs. jiauy sim
ilar suns will now dountliiss be pushed
to an isaie. The nnl was tuat the
worsted were classed by tliu oouect.ir as
woolens. The ury luids that worsteds
are not woolcus.
A Llthor.tputa Trust.
Dun iiio iiHii Am-il 18 Tlin IntesL.
....I .l..i.l.ilu nil., ,.l tin. IlliisL i.XteilslVM
mm uimu.ii. ... - - -
syndicalist ot all those lately rumored
lo be IU operation n.ut iiua bkdiiw st
wurk in 1 uiiauetp.rt.i lor inv post tsw
Tl, ,r,i hm'L .1 tlm MVIldtlMllH.
which is said to liavea oaciu ul JUJ,
O SJ.IMO. is lo buy up uil l no liliiograpliic
plants in the Culled .sta.es aud form a
great lithograpnio trust that will con
trol ail the uusiuesa oi small and lute
Kdllnr .,Mlkln Aalu Arrlsl.
New oiik. Anril 18. District At
torney 1 eliows ma ie a i a,ip.ican iu for
au order of arrest lor .me i .iuuiu,
editor of The .sew Ioim Kveuiug t'osl,
lor alleged IumI ol ittirnar-l t. M irliu.
the 1 o-l included .da.' iu lu its usi oi
lamiuauvilos with u.i.. ivory records.
on wuicii );rouuda l'eier .Uitchcll also
base uis suit a.'aiu.t l.iu upMr.
DoYLEhTows. Po.. April 18. Thu
news that iHsfauller 8iiel.-iiuerger hud
ile,l froiu iaco.ua. nasli.. isiiore he
could be appreiieiided created no little
exciiemeul here. Tlie coun y commis
sioners met and dii-i.ied to offer SI.0U.I
reward lor hi capau e. I lie police ol
Pociliu coast town. nave Ueuu wie-
giaphud tu tlut vifec t.
Roorcanlsluf a Maw York Hank,
New York. Anril 18. The reorgani
zation of tlie We.l-rn ..atio.iol ban of
inut city wus co.u.n. ie I uy me eleciion
of ChauncBy il. is p'! W. C " lilt
uey and lieiiry It. iiyde as uireclors.
the vacancies liiie I were caused uy the
mtigualioiis oi t h u I . uuda, rl it.
Uicn aud Ikuij auiiii lius.uk.
Fro-lnola l.tr faarltaa.
ClUMTKHToWN. Md.. April 18. The
beach trees ill Ketii county niiiuocr
J,UO0,UUU, It iootf i now lual there will
be a basket ol nun aniimi. A "lull
orop ui- aus an.ni x i o isselt to a
tree, t, rowers be.ieve iu.it tue crop
ill pay iii.-r tliuu "Jd ccul com ur U.I
A Oasy linn iimt-ia at Larva.
Montiikau Anril 1 . -AIUtI U Io
Dold lkill.i Pule. c..i..ii n: to be a tie
soenduut o. the gr t t ' n'sicuu ami had
ing troiu 1'lllla Ii ,,iui .. ,'eglsler d iu in-
Western House, .11. null iirotiR'auou.
be abut u isnicem.i i -a I was air.-sied.
Ihe policeman will l e over.
McKFltPtiKr, Pa.. Anril 18. Thirty
five minister. u -em a -u in theCuuimtr-
land Presbvierni i ciiK'ii uud op. iied
the llrst e ioii o. id- iiii-amiuai con
vention ol tue i in i.i pr 's iyu-ry of tue
Cuiuberlaad l't yi 'ri.iu cliurch.
Th i r.
Fair; wuruier; suuui rly wiud.
NUOOETt? OF NEWS.
En ns M. Wilson, a iinnnlnsnl Iswrsr and
bamw ralir twlltlelitil nf MlliltswU, dlad at
Naaaau, In tlta llahainas.
Hi irnsu ban Iswn inada In mnnaotlea
tvllU tha anU-Jowlsu disnnlars In Vlanua.
The aaitaral star uf J. It Miiarsly, la
Akrua, Pa., wasstiltirail hy tbtevas, who aa-
eurad a utra qusulll)' nf sno-ls. Tlis slock
waa Insured la llu Calinnltla Tarfl ouintiany.
Tba Naw York ftavritth rpglmant has da-
t-ldad not to " lo III- uiiiond lo iiarlirlnata la
thooarsntonisa ai iba uitrsliln or lu mua
uoisnl to Usta. Hob ti K. isa, on May
It la rsportad that .Miss Wlaul Davla,
daushlar nf tba lain Jrnsniua liaris. la aa
aad lo be married tu Alfred Wilklnmn, of
nyraeaaa, is. i ., a uawanuaDt im tua lamuua
Tba Mlsalaiiuiil Is a sin rlilog at aa alarm-
E. (t Cralf fall nut nf a balloon at Toaeka,
Kan., and Mas ssrluualy Injured.
An bout Jury v fused ioanfonithUu
laws and alus Imruar suevs ea auntlay.
Th Itae af a Book.
No book too heavy lo hold in one
hand lias any right lo exist, to the ex
aluaion of the same work in the ideal
form, and we would bay that form
the original shape of publication; thoee
who wuul book tofdruian uieir uora
rioa, not their inlnds, might wait Ai
it I now. half a dosen Interest eon
spire to give the lover of literature hi
love first in a guiaa that makes it a
burton, certain work oi Micnoe ana
art, whose primary appeal ii not lite
rary, might take the shape their au
thor judged fit test) but there la no
reason except tue commercial reason
why Motion, poetry, travel, biography,
history should not alway beotfored
us first as we bav uggeatea. w, V,
lioweil in Uanvra.
tie Kmccllvtit nalltls
Commend to public npprovnl thr Califor
nia litpiid fruit remedy Syrup of Pig, It
I plrnsing to the eye, and to the tnstc
nnd by gently nctlng on the kidney,
liver nnd howrli, It cleanse the svstcm
eflrcf unlly, thrreby promoting the health
and comfort of all who use it.
Orntiftidc I probnhlv more shier to
the deliverer from stiih'lKirn physical nib
mrnts than to any other human bring.
It Is tlie knocking off the clutlns that en
slave a well ns gall. W. L. Whltfirld, of
Monroe, Union county, N. C, I one of
those art free by Mr, jo Person' rem
edy from a bondage of eight year to a
pninful blood or skin eruption.
Where to Buy Them.
No biittoiiH to iull off or
lincli the wriHt.
Lnco without hooka to
catch or tour.
A good HHHortincnt of all
nizt'8 iu ntock.
For Halo only by
I50STIC BROS. & WKKiHT,
No. 11 N. Court Square.
The entire ntut'li ol
liu-lutUi.tr tine Hruuehin, nuttuns and Hmec
KrKnnllnui of cuat, aa wt InUnd In the future
In k'i nuthliiK but Solid Citild nml
KtcrlmK Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
IHI1INR IFWFI FR
Mouth Main St. Aahevlllc.
W.A.15LAIH. J.V. ItKUWN.
No. s Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wo ait' now ready, and in
vito our friends uud tho pub
lic jJToiiornlly to call und ox
amino our well selected slock
Which wo arc offering ut rook
bottom irices. Undertaking
a Hjiecial fouturo. Calls at-
tondod day or iiitfht.
Telopboiio, day 73, night G3.
BLAIR & BROWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wratcra Nortk Carolina IHvlaiou.
I'AntlHNOKR TRAIN HCIIKDI'l.K.
In Hmcr March in )
rath Mrrltllnn time nsrtl when not uthrrwlat
' New York,
No. AA 1
nno amll.v. Hot Rnrlhua, Ait.
H 41) p m
7 OO p m
OT p nt
aiAamArr Aaht-lllr, Arr.
KUltt am Ar.
13 43 nml "
Mtlkl MV BRANCH.
So. l"if Dally eicrpt AunnayX
id a mLv. Aatevllitj At."
1110 am Ar. Wayncavlllc, "
8A4pm " Btratin City, "
4A pm " Weatflfld, Lv.
BAA p m
1 AA p m
van a m
Tins. AO nd AI, Pnllmnn Rlnprra bttwfrn
OfTmsltnrr) nnd Mrtrrlatnwn.
Nimi. Aa and A3 I'ullmiin HnnVt RtrrH
Caralwtwavn tint IMnii and wanhinaton
Aancvlll. la itrraRiaai niaiiun mr o. tir.
Illckoryls ' A3.
W. A. WINBURN, 0. P A.,
Aanrvlllc, N. C.
JAB. L. TAVMIR.O. P. A.,
Wa.hlnirttin. U. C.
PRIVATK BOARD. -
NBW HUHMKI NKWH FURNI8MKU
ALL MUDBRN IMPRIIVKMBNTB.
' MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. ail Haywood IHraH.
Nn. Ill Nn. S
Dally. I lially.
A n.'lnm 4'Jpm
fiSJam 10 31111m
A. IS aonmTfl 1 narnl
1 Onpro T AOam I
ia 30pm l.Bnnm
II 2tpm 1047am
A 30am 1 iltlpm
Un. 0"'f No'. A3 "I
ETTTa i AamT sow-l
IT -nam SA7pm
I A4ipm AQTaml
I S(M)pm 3M(lnm
I A4ipm SOAatnl
I attipmi i uium i
A.At. R. R. " I No?A4
THE "HICKORY INN,"
POPULAR AVINTER iRESORT.
Average Winter Temperature, 5a DegreeH.
Tho Hotel is liniHlHonicly
Klwtric Lifihtw, (Iuh, Hot ami
the convonioiicos of a modern
HEATERS, RANGES, TINWARE, &v.
SANITARY I'LUMIUNO, OAS ANll STIiAM FITTlNfi,
TIN AND SI.ATH KtMin.Nli.
AI'TdMATU' lil.l-X'TKIC CAS MlillTINO ANU CAM. Hlil.l.S,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House,
No. 43 Patton Ave,
Ustimatca Chit rfully Itivtn
W. I". IVAitltnl'KN, Prt-fliilrnt.
W. II. ('.llililNS. VU-c l'niiiiliiit.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Hume Ofllcct KNOXVII.1.K, TENN.
LOCAL 111 1 A K Ii
8. II. Ilm-ls, Prrsl-'ent.
C. C. MvCahtv, Vicc-l'rraldi-nt.
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL.
Dm-b a si nernl ImslnrM. Inils full fiu-v vulue of atiiik at l K-r vrnt. iirrniluni pn.vnlil-
nnlhl ... mixilhlt unvmrnt utf-k. nml fitllv lllliil 111! Mini k tin wlllt'h n 1'ltnll ill VI-
ilrnil I. pnlil. nnd the prindiitl iluulilrs III seven vriira. I't iiiit-i nitty Ik- withilinwn with
from II tu 1 3 H-r vrnt ter yenr iciiitintiu-i-fl. All tu-i-utitiiK dt-itiaitt-U with three Nutitmul
itunaa aa irnmrva. ror turint-r pariieumra
titmnyl a Office for a few tlnva nt Taylor,
FITZPATR1CK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
Dealer tn Wall Paper, WIiidowHIiaelvsand IatentHaiiK:vrMv
Palntii, (MIn and VarnUhn. Mnnury'i MUnl Pnintr on. I Cnl.r. Wlndnw CIam. botk
Prrnch and Anicrlcnn
Wc keep in MtiH-k t. Lnulsand Kcntm-kv Ind. 'Hifiil I
W. T. I'RNNIHAN.
PENNIMAN & G0.,
asiievilll:, n. c.
OUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLO HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC M'COHMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
SPECIAL SALE 1
Wc nrr now offcrinij BpcHnl hnrKiiln In fvcrythinii. Ourlmycr, MR. J. n, HoWIM.I,, in
now In the Northern mnrkcU. Wc arc K"'n to mII itoihU nt priet'M to milt cvrryinMly. We
nnd from eittrriencc that Low I'rlcr do more tti help out a dull lny tlimi a Mk toluiveo
hrrnk. Wr arc now m-IIIiiu on our third car loud uf Clover und Gmtt tkt-il, and cxvvt to
he Ml 1 1 nu un the tenth car load of
lirforc the vrnr In out. A few nl m of Mcn'pt Heavy tlnotn away lirlitw coRt, nod our
Ht nun ton hhor for l.atlUn at $'J In tMioitlvely the ehi-aiH'nt hoe on earth. Mvn'it $1 .Au llnta
nt 7nc. nnd $1 llatu at 4Ac , anil a Krrnt initny othrr tlilrtK" that will toninh ytu,
C.KAIIAM'H 114 M li-MADH KllOlt 1 I In invorite with all the funncr. Wr only mrntlon
thin to how that we arc on Rood terms with the Alliance conlc nnd arc MllinK them atnt ka
AtiheYille Dry Goods Co.,
J, O. HOWHI.l,, ManttKcr.
At olil atnnd, lat diuir lielnw I'ennlman Co.'. Hardware Htore.
i HOTEL ST. ARMOND, c
SKVLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, IS. C.
KlgM ntlcM South of Anhcvlllc, on the A. & H. Railroad.
W MINIiKAL SPRINGS.
The analyals shows Iron, Alum, lltistim, MitKnrala nnd White Sulphur, Cures Hhrumn
tlsm, Wood Diseases, Uyitpeiiflii, In.ontnln, Nervous Aflt-i-tliins nntl nil Klilnev Contilulnts.
Commodious house and ((rounds. C'ulslnt cicilleiit. Ti rnts n-nBoiiiilile, Adilress
Street Car Schedule.
Bcglnnlnii nt 8.33 a. m, Knillnf 10.00 p. m.
Car leaves Square for Depot every hour nnd
Car leaves Rntiar for Mrlke'a, Don Wed ay
and Camp Patton 7 minutes after each hour
nnd half hour.
Cnr Iravrs Melke's, llouhlolity and Camp
I'attoa 7 mlnutea before each hour and half
Schedule cars connect at Square,
Train car meets ever, train, One valise al
lowed each passenger
TUB ABIIBVIl u .rtBUTV. CO.
funiisliod throughout, linn
fold Water Uathw, and ull
homo. For tonus, etc., ad
& IiROTII ERTON,
Hctnll IH-nUi- in-
tin nil Wi.rk In nur Llnv.
V. M. Akiimiikh, Sirnlnry.
Ai.iik Ai.i.iiiiN, Trtnsurir.
- - 82.J,()()(),(X(
AT ASH IS . ILUi:
Tintn. V Tihkki.i.. Sii-. he Trim
1. A. Ct'MMittits, Atiorncy.
T. HOWARD, State Agent.
nimla K llruthertiin a. No. 43 I'nltun Ave.
W. M. I'KNHIM..
ri.NliST SI'KINOS SOUTH ()!' SAKATOUA.
E. A. LeVKNE,
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PAST BUT ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Ashevllle tn Kansns City In 87 hours,
Aithrvlllr to IHnver In (11 hours.
Aahrvllle tn Han Hranrl.co, Cnllfornla, nnd
Portlnml, OrrKnn, In n dnvs.
Htilltl Vratltiulrtl Trnlns Ml. I.nuls to Kitn
sns City. Met-llnlnK chnlr cnr free.
For full Information cnll on ur write to
n. A. Ncwlancl,
IXatrlct Passenger A (rent,
No. 10 I'atton Ave., Ashevllle, N.C
J. CIIAHLTON, O. P. A Chlcano, III.