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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1890.
1 DAI'S II.
It Will Be Eight Hours for the
But the Prloo Per Day Not Yt
VTa Chicago Arkltratloa Commute Fall
to Agree sa Tvrm Subject, Wages anil
Apprentice A Coniprouils Effected
With Striker at Several Place on Nine
Bonn, With Tea Uuurs- Par Other
Chicago, Majr 5. Ths carpenters
triks is still on, and tlie situation re
mains exuctly the aaine an when the
arbitration committees were appointed.
l a meeting the bouse cunceiU-il eight
hours, but when it caine to grunting
lorty cents un hour thore was a hitch,
as there wan also on the apprentice
question. While discussing the latter
question, the subject of the ability of
the new Bowses' association to employ
enough men to justify the carpenters in
completing the negotiations, was
The carjienters insisted that the bosses
furnish a guarantee to emplov A.ikiU
men within thirty days. To this the
bosses objected. The umpires decided
tn favor of the strikers, limiting the
number, it it understood, to 4,rt0 men.
The carpenters protested and finally de
manded a statement from the lWn,
showing exactly what each could do.
They were not prepared for this and
finally, tfter a heated discus&iou, the
The bosses held a meeting, and, it is
understood, completed arrangements for
the n tut conference.
Five hundred men employed by the
Fairbank Canning compnny have an
nounced their determination to strike
for eight hours. The coopers employed
there have already quit.
The. report that the union bakers are
bout to go on a strike is declared to be
untrue, as also is the report that there is
great dissatisfaction among the lumljer
The Garden City springs works com-
froiuised with their men by granting
hem an eight-hour day with nine hours'
pay, and the Morgan Siu.li. Door and
Blind company settled with their em
ployes on a similar basis. The strike at
Maxwell Brothers' box factory was set
tled by the employers agreeing to con
sider the grievances of their employes at
an early date. They are now working
The strike of the sash, door and blind
workers hi the lumber district has been
tattled temporarily in more than half
the factories, the employers granting the
wgui-aour .iy ior a tew days, until a
final answer to the demand is given.
The employers say the concession will
aot be extended beyond a few days un
less the eight-hour day is mad.' univer
sal. The oiler of eig'it hours anil eight
boars pay to the 4KJ sash, door and Mind
workers on s-ike at the C. J. L. Meyer
k Sons' company was refused, the men
laying they would have eight hours
wiia nine uours pay, or nothing.
Bostov, May 5. At a meeting of the
iocked-out freestone cutters, it was
shown that not one cutter had gone to
work in tlie locked-out Vards and 1'resi.
flent Uurlfy claimed, that from reliable
ouroesof information, he was warrant
d In saying that the New England
treesfone contractors aid not liave city
cutters in thilr emplo.n
He I'nderslamllng Arrived At.
QusciY, Slass., May 8. Five firms.
employing about forty men, have signed
ure granue cullers l.iil of urit-rw. Tin
granite manufacturers' committee held
secret meeting and serious v dii riissei:
the situation, but arrived at "no detinite
When the news of the senator's death
reached tlie senate, that lly immedi
ately adjourned. The remains were car
ried to L'oiinresMtmn UrcekinridKo's resi
dence on I'apilol hill. The cause of Sen
ator Keek's death was paralysis of tlie
heart. The remains of the dead senator
will be removed to Ijcxiugtou, Ky., Mr.
Beck's home, mid will Ih interred there,
where his wile and one daughter uru
The funeral uiTangeinents have not
been ticrfcctcd. The Kentucky congres
sional delegation assumed charge ol the
remains, and will arrange all details,
Baa Franclu-o Carpenters In Line,
Sas FraSi isco, May .V About 5,000
oareniers. joiners and mill workers
have struck for the eight hour dav. The
mm owners declare they will resolutely
uguv ngium me ueuiauu.
A Daring Feat
or a Hew Fire Ku-upe
gffSl From Niagara Bridget,
Madara Falls, X. V., May 5. Fri
day afternoon a young man who gave
du name as j. Atney, and his home as
Marion, Ark, lowered himself from the
new suspension bridge nearly to the
river below, a distance of IVi feet. In
his descent he wahehl bvun utiiiiiii,t,
steel tups, small in size, but capable of
sustaining a weight of I.Otiu pound.
One end of the tape was fastened to the
Dmige near tlie center.
The man grasped a reel, about which
the other end wa wound, ami bv means
of a clutch was ensiled to lower him
self. When he ret,". i a point a short
distance from the water he hung until
bis photograph had been taken, (in
Wednesday he tested the Une bv .Iron.
ping over the bank of Oust island to the
rocas below, it u understocsl that the
up is to tie used as a tire-escape.
Tired ef raying Tell.
Chioaoo, Mar 8. A mob of nngry
citiiens gathered around the toll house
at the southern terminus of the Snell
toll road at midnight, and, after remov
ing a part of the toll keeper's household
Eoods. burned the building. This road
i Inside the city limits. Litigation has
long ueen pending for the abolish
meut of tolls upon it, and those who
travel over it have evidently tired of
Death of James W. Mloss.
.Birmingham, Ala., Mavl.-Ci.l. James
W. Slim, one of the foremost pioneer
of Birmingham, died at III o'clock. For
manv via lie was president of the South
nou i-oirui Aiannma railroad, which Ik
helped to build, and which made the rltv
velopment of North Alabama possible,
He was the head of the Sloes Iron com.
pany, which lirst proved Iron making
oiuouiuie nere, rour years ago lie sold
this nroimrtv for AI.IHIO.IMIO nnsh. n.i.l
since then has lived in the enovment of
his fortune. He contributed' largely to
vumuun uiiii ciiariiauie purpostw.
High! Hour Demand,
ClIlCMIO. Ills.. Mav 8. It la iiiwIM
that all the cooHjrs employed about the
pacKiug nouses at various stockyards in
this city will go on a strike. They say
unur n-iiiu-st is noi unrensonaliln, but
was ignored, and hence the uissatisfuo
SENATOR BECK DROPPED DEAD.""
Kentucky Lom One of tier Beat and No
VTariunoton, April 5. Senator James
a. Mock dropped dead at the Baltimore
and Potomac doHit. lie hud just re
turned from New York, and was leaving
the train in eonipiny with his daughter,
Mrs. Uoodloe,' wile of Paymaster Uood
lot of the niarme corps. Mr. Heck hod
reached the gate seairating the depot
from the train shed. As he passed the
gate he said, "1 feel dixcy," and began
to stagger, and fell In the arms of his
private secretary and his daughter, and
expired in about Ave minute,
Before reaching the city, he was cheer
ful, conversing pleasantly with his daugh
ter lnd seemed in perfect health.
llr. Tillmiigi- on sclmlor lli'i-k.
BltoOKI.YN, X. Y., Mav 5. -lu his ser
mon, lii'V. T. Hi-Witt Talmage used tliese
words in sieaUing of Sciialoi' liuck, w ho
dropped dead :
"And yestordnv my beloved friein',
James It! I lock . I'niied Males senator,
dropped deatl ill a a-liin ;lmi depot
one of tlie most magiiiiice nt souls I ever
knew, At tunc-, in eloquence, a He
Ulostlleliese, the loe ol .ill . long, a ter
ror of all political coirnplion. and a
friend of ( lod. How 1 enjoyed his hos
pitalities ill Kciiiuckv when lie took me
and showed me all tlie classic spots
arounil iieautiful Lexington, and laUcd
of tiling's pel I. lining to our Ih-'hwiI coun
try. ' Oh. my, TalniMge,' said he, 'some
times vc public men get worldly, and
perhaps do not hiickiI lo our religious
duties as we miglil, but still the Hiblc is
true, and Ibe mil. hope for Ibis world is
the gilt of Jesus i bri.M, 1 was brought
up under Henry Duncan, of Hmliuvll,
Scotland, mid tilt the power of his min
istry, and have felt it always,'"
The Weill her Crop Ilullellll.
Wa-.iiimit.iN. Mav 'V The week end
ing May M was slightly cooler than
usual in New Knglaud and New York,
the lake region ;ui.l the gulf stales ; the
temperature w as slightly in excess in ibe
south Allamie stales. Tennessee, the
Ohio vallev. n. hi hern Virginia, southern
l'enns Ivania, Maryland, Delaware, and
the extreme southern iKirtioii of New
York, Tlie week has Us u moderately
warm in the tiorthwc.i. w hile lrnu Da
kota westward to the I'a ilie coast unit-
stially high temporal nr.. prevailed.
Ibe weather was unl. yciMble in lexas
and on low lands some replanting will
lion ssarv. Crops are looking well in
Louisiana, except in lb.- Hooded districts.
Kninfall was very uneoinillv disiii'.ui.sl
in Mississippi. ;md exc.-s-es in some parts
will prove in jurious. The lew tempera
ture was milavi rable for cotton.
In the south All, mill-sinies cotton and
corn are ivH.rlc.l in good coiidilioii, but
more rain is needed.
r'i'Hieil friiui .liiil.
CHt'KNVII I K. S. C. Mav !. Six while
prisoners have e-caped Irom jail. Tiiey
lit a Hole lliroiig i Hie i e hng aiel then
lilllls'il to I he fool'. Irom wheliei'tliev
lowered lliemsclvcs by a siring of bhink-
els reaching lo Ibe ground. Ihevvvere
swn near lr.ivel. rs l.'csi. making then
wav toward the moiintniiis. where the
have fii.-i'ds. Their names .ne Jesse
l'iivis. ehargeil with countcri, iiing : c.
C. Iiosllell. srliteneed to three lllollths
for dislilling : 'liarlcs Wat. I's. seiiteii I
lo t weh III .lllll- for l'eeliue iol.iliolis ;
h'nU rt I'linl. ami J. W. I'.llenbiir.'. oii-
tellcco I- .' s;inie oll'ells,. j,nd s:hm,, lime;
V, D. I 'it t iii.-i ii, lor aliempimg iii w n-ck
:i pass. ngei Ham on I he I iivcnvilic and
Columbia rail road.
mm in SPUN
Bari't'lonii In tlio llunus
NewsDapd.sS Compolled to Sus
SiuiUHiskia KiiKHgeiuenlM lleln-ren the l'e
lli'e uiul the Mull, in hlvli the KOjIit
are l.tuvluiis 1 1 ... ps (ulleil lu I he
Ni acin. - sii.'liil Kev ilnlliei I'rni liilineil.
Madhiii, May .V-- The iudusirial situa
tion in SpMn his rapidly U'suiiied a
most thieiif.'itiiig asis'ct. The latest ad
vices from I! ,1','eioiiH represent the po
sition ui.iiii,, lining in that city as being
one which piv-eiits ninny of the sinister
phases of social revolution. In addition
to the riot. m ccies already retiorted.
the tram ears n. ' pveve.ited from run
ning, some of them lieing throwu from
the tracks and sin ihcd.
Mobs of howling, threatening men
marched to";e various newsiaper oftices
ami coiiipelled the compositors to leave
their de-ks and swell tlie ranks of, the
law ilel'n rs. As a coiiseeueiice of 'this
uctiou tin' new.spaH'isol liarceloiia have
been 1 1 i .oelled lo suspend publication.
More on, in, mis than anyone oilier inci
dent, however, is the sudden appearance
everywhere upon the city walls of limn
ing placar.'. urging the yet partially
segieg.ii' d di nu iisirators to form them
selves trto a compact body for pillage
and re-i- ;,ince to liie preservation of luw
anil o; !, 1
Xiim "voiis engagements took place le-
iwi en i.'ie pi me anil tlie Uloli. KelH'at-
e.liy tl:e limn .'-police charged the stub
born crowiK ,111,1 ;,s reja'aiedly were the
policemen cenis Med to I'elreat. I p
u late Hour in Me evening the great city
leuiailli u Uliner llle alluosl UIMllsplltl
ceiuioi ..I inn en-'Miies oi sis'iai oru
Itsimiiii -.p, government and its eitl
Kens -ec: ;i !, Iv paralyzed at the eMcnt
iiim pr. p .ns ot tne sudden dange
wna wiiii n niev were coiilronted.
I'io..j.s were, however, on their wav
to tlie p mi. -stricKcii city, and dnrin
til.' eVelllll. ih'iv regiments of Soli III
arnv. ii :. r it proi. cimn.
ini'iiis i; tely upon the entry of t
soldiers tiie mi ,.ary governor of the
di tnci app. are I. and warned the strik
nig workmen in. I the mob el-iueiit thai
death Wo Ill.l he lle p .-UHllV lll.leil out tc
those who a, euipi.-d lo interfere with
the lib. ! -y ot .M ii. .ii of such men as
ch"se I utliiiie a! work.
p- were li en ordered to n
ii lie en. : 'nous throng whii
1 '.'in. The crowd was fi
ci .vid, ami slowly and do;
. I 1 1
MI cl f is'oule are now 1,
forw.ini i.. ,i renewal of turbulent
s liie ;! ' . l- f. lt l.-l the old gi.lhic
c.-l.aeui.ii. I.:-Iliinelsiiy. the academics
ccnt-Kii;lil lO'iiwn.-tl or IHe.l.
Km.ki iM. X. '.. May .".- I.eiier
reived by lir:r.s wim live al T.irl
Kilg.s'l.llll ! C'lltl'V, t'l. illl oilier III';
wbowetitto .i.iii-i:iua last N
bring the lav.s Ihat sevenlv
them lime I
in tin' past two w.
has l hll- In I levari
tllKell s iilli l.v a
llo 111 the ihslriels c;
iilarm tiiuo; Ihe ne..'r.s.s
Xortb Caiohna. and w ill do
lintllin:;ese t.. k. polhel's Ii
oro, r. H's
H lied or died then'
Tin' party which
all its members wi
Dr. Hall. The news
more i hint
Ivrlisii-ii teur will Siitir. in,, i.mr.
HlltMINiUMM. Ala., May a. In the
criminal cult. A. (, Han-on, i young
lawyer who made a spis ndty ..f divorce
suits, was i oiu i. , .1 of iis-aiilt with in
tent to minder. I he ow s penalty is
one year in I he pi tiileiit iarv. Ilaiwiu,
III Ollt six Weeks ajo. w as eo'lnsel ill
case in a ma-. ilr.itc' int. and during
the trial had a dilli iilty wjili Lis.
Scliawb, one ol ihe wiim , He struck
Scliawb a terrible 1.1 .w wiih an iron
Hker, which came near causing death.
Want Assistance friMn liie lim .'hiiienl,
Vi Ksm iiu. Miss., May "i. l laving re
ceived telegrams from various; parii in
Ihe Delta. anplMiig lor aid. Mann- It .,-k
has wired Seciotary I'r.s lor that (lie
time lor sending government assistance
The very latest from Shr. vepi.ri, fi.,
states that Ihe river is now one lentil
higher than in x4. and still rising ,,n
the! 'ml. lo -He, while tin miry ,-,n
Ihe lake lo l lie river Is a sheet of wa
A IiiiiiiiIi lri'i ill I tMir.
Ai.uvnv. (in.. Mav.',. A drouth i-
ot ait ami ..,' . n ii.-e and others of the
great ar hiic tmal works of the citv
mav he at taci;- l.
Hie aut a.. i;ie. di 1 Me their ability to
n i ess ill.y llttllle di turbiuices. Mil
Ul.ii tllMTs a, III the iU'onlielols of shone
have ls-,-ll lllgi .l lo r llt-ir establish.
H i nts op. ii. and. m the event of their
ii ing s... have his'ii guaranteed ample
j.l. lei l I'.'l irnlll II Violence.
.inaii oi-i proclamations imve nt
s are I ii, ve al of me manufacturing
towns, ,t -.pun. ii,,. ptis Iamalioiieall
i or tiie n ..wni'i o i tings, and con
cimles by ,1,., I iung ilnu tlie time has nr.
rived f ,r the inauguration of the stHial
llle executive committee i .f the ftviaV
1st ,iarty here has talicii ii hand in the
prevailing- lui ! i.giiaUoti. Ihe com
mittcc lias cad. .1 a mass m.s-iiug
xvorkinmiieii to m.s-t al ihe .Mi w Hall
1-rota tb. ir ineetmg ihere the .Soci,,lit
jiropio-e t . inaich in piis i-inn to the
reM i. iic,. ni s. nor s -iga-tii. the prime
niihisier. A )s titi ii ;.a-bis'ii pri iared
Wllii'll will is llillli let I i tile premier.
i ne I it ti iii asks in,, governor to
pr..iupii uiiriHiiice mi., i . ,. coi'ies a bill
liiiil.ihg a legal day's work consist of
Mai., .if .ic.ii in rrutire.
Iakis. diva.-I,,. i.-i!i..n of affairs
in the d.'parim. nl ..f t!. -t Is continues
to increase in grain v. .t Tnicoing the
strike ha Im-i .uie gen. ral. all claws of
laisir joining ;ne miller in t'n-ir strug
Kb' to bt iiu abiiut
existing iiei.istrinl i
The strikers are
their eir.iit.- to plev.
Is r ol w . . '.i, a w
from ten. hing tln ir
went. S" l. liai.la
meiit bei ..me. thai i;
lllellts. Which Imve
Uot Slllllce lo l'e-on
'" ' loll".
i i i siiccisfui in
ihe small unm
i" de ire hi Work
places uf employ
tins the move-
e ll.eivv reillfiine.
lir.-.i.iy arrivis). will
vailing in tin sis'tion. and artesian w ater
isis-iiig useu in garueiis aihl Mower yards,
I.INml.NToN. (in.. May ."i. If.'.ti. I.
nei'iien lu re, especially for w heat an. I
outs, i ne w heat crop is allno-l a lallnn
and na have Iss n daiuaged to such nn
extent unit even with g,i ,.,,. j
.uay, uiey can only yn-lil a small crop,
Fanners have cotton to i.laut vet.
II null I hartes sulci, I,,,,
VPTpnlNT, (in.. Mav .V Mr. ir.,.,1.
rt i i. . o. . - .,.K
v.iiaries, nun nveu al lull on. ' .am
ners couiilv. killed himself w ith .. i'..i,v
reioivor. ne was a gisul ciiieu and
kind neiglilsir, ll is n it lti,,. ,. t,,,i
CHilsnd the fearful dii-d al his own hand.
He was found in his vai.l ht i-a....
day, lying on his back, 'an. I it is Ihoughl
iiepiui e.i me pisioi in H lnon, Hn,
fired, and death was instantaneous, as
thero wns not the least sign of agouy.
lie leaves a wife and one child.
Adiles to auiuker.
If you nru a nmokor, and don't own
a ciffur cuse, curry your cigars in your
upper waistcoat lawket, on tlio left,
with the inotitli cud down. The con
stant motion uf tlio right arm I presum
ing you lira right bunded) is sure to
crush tlio tobacco or loosen the wraii-
It .1.- ..: I .... .1... ..: i .
I"'r ii in" cigar oe on inu rigui siuo,
and the sumo result is more readily at
tained with the match end down. If
you lmve to let u cigar go out, do not
pun in the lost pull, but blow it
through tlio burning end. This exiinla
the, nicotine, that would otherwise
gather at tlm mouth, uud nrevents the
cigar from liuvinir a rank last... In.
docd, some smokers question whether
cigur is not iiutiruvuii bv this met hod
of reducing- it to uu "old soldier."
Congressmnti Ilayue, of remisvlvanla. Is
said to be tlio Iswt horsohiick ridor In Wash
Ernest Rensn, the French nlillnsntiher. In
dulges hi a bobby of nut riding In vehicles of
any kind, preforrlng to walk, although his
Deaiih is rueiiio, and a stout cane Is uuuusaary
to support lilia, ,
The new Duko of Ansta Is a tail, hnnilsoms
young man with a fortune of 111,000,000. In
the event of the death of the crown prince,
who Is In itsir health, the duke would be
come the heir to the Italian throne.
Francisco Bunches is tirnbablr the most
famous matador In the world. Ills Invaria
ble pries for a bull fight Is 110,000. which
goes to show that a star bull lighter oanoom
mand mors pay than a prima donas,
Veil n. hi si nl,, r.Mtn I'rrslilrnl.
Al.r.M! . M'.v .'. The strikers are
perslsteiif in tin ii-eiVo. t :.i iii-..e..n n.-
I iioii-Biriaers iroia ciiuiiniimg work. At
i ne goyeriinieni tiihaceo taclory a par
iii'iiiiiny vigorous nmrt was made to
can mil i ne o'laty. euiploMsl there.
The services uf the civic giiiui'l wa re in-
X'otwito iIish-isi. the crowd uf strikers
giKiiercu iinoiii the inilliliiig.
Nlrlkrii II Work.
rrm.tN. May :,. .Voing on the nd
vlee of Aichl i Imp Wi.h, the slrikitig
'' 'in soul hern and
V stern li.'iilway cmpniiv have re
sunieil w ork on the inoditieil terms sub-
ui y tne company s directors.
lu.leM.r uf g.. Ilemsmlrd.
Vii-.n v. May a. A dein 1 for an in
cr .'.o ..I wanes ha Ut-n uiadu by the
workii.eii in ilie employ of the llunubt
i. inn uiivigatl lt coinpaliies.
..III. .. tr lu Belgium.
I.lFZi:, .Mny a.The cnlliers in several
M 11 ai luiiies of this district have
Kue out on a nriKe.
Tragi'ilj nl a Crossing.
Coi.mvaii :i. Kan.. Muv.V l)r. O. W,
rricliatd iiinln. .Vile-, an attorney,
iie'i in ,i iiiumiiv crossiiigiilid lieciiiue en
gngi il in n iium-i-el i( which should
be given tin most roomtopiiss. rHchard
wns iniaiix iniownio olheliiiid. Dins tlv
the men c.imi' to blows, which endis'l
with Mihss hilling ids opponent with a
revolver, felling him i,, the giound.
I'rlelmrd died. Miles fl,sl the town and
a mnKc was nriiu,.cd and are in hot
laiisult, but at a lute hour he had not
been nvei tiiken. Dr. I'riahiird leaves a
wile mid two ch'ldreii. Kniuity has ex
isted Isdween the two men for some
Our iiiiilt m OnlereU in lirasll.
WaHIMVI.T'iN. i.MV a TKm IUIIIii.ti.nn
of eviihitioii. nun- j.i K.n rot .can wul ors.
Lus bevu oi ueivl lo proceed to Uluzil,
Un Excellent UuallttvN
Cnmmcnrl to public nnnrovnl thcCnlifor-
uin liipiid fruit remedy Syrup of l-'igs. It
is pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
and by gently acting on the kidneys,
livcrnndhnwrls.it clrnnara the evalctn
edcctuallv, thereby promoting the health
ami coinlnrt ot all who use It.
J ti1 ne Mhephcrd'a Opinion.
WAStiiNdTON, N. C, Tune 1.1, lHKfl.
rs. Joe Person's Remedy has been used
by n member ol my family, nnd the
result has been very bcncfielnl. I believe
it to be a good medicine.
Jas. E SiiitniHun.
A LOSS 13 THE OLERGY,
Death ol UUIui llei !."! at Halaiiiaioev
Kalamazoo, Mich., May S. Bishop
Casiier Uori.'ess, stricken with paralysis
at St. Augustine deanery last Sunday
night, died at 10 o'clock .Saturday morn
ing, aged tl'j.
The Kight Ib'v. ('. H. Dorgcss was
born in .iiUrueli. ttermany. Aug. 1,
1N-Jrt. At the age of 111 he eiuignited to
this country with bis parents and lo
ot! red at t'iiiciniiiiii. remaining there for
one year, after which ne leli lor Phila
delphia to begin his studies for the
priesthood with his uncle, lie.-. Otio
liorgess, th"ti pMstor of Holy Trinity
church. Ai er si vei".' ear of ilibjient
study he re.i'rii d to i . iciaii lo iinish
his education at the . I e nii co.iege. On
Iec. 10, IMS, he v.i.: ordained priest,
after which he taught at Mount St.
Mary's college for otic year.
Ills tirst pastoral charge was at Holy
Cross church, of t'ol iiubus. O., where
lie remained for ten years, whence
he was transferred to the calladral at
Cincinnati, where he remained for twelve
years us priest and acinar 1 esides as sec
retary to his grace. Aichbhhop Pun-ell.
Cn April ;il, I." in. he was solemnly
coiiseera.ed bishop . f Detroit, in the
cathedral at Cincinnati, by Ilishops
TiR'bbo, of Covington: Kosccrans. of Col
umbus, and l.uers of Kurt Wayne, as
sisted by the resident clergy, in the prcs
seuce or an immense congregation, em
bracing the prominent Catholic hiitv and
m-v r- ectators, nt t init.il
iy t..u ..,.uoing churacUir of the cere
nionj'. lb has no lieen bishop of Detroit for
M-veiiti4.il y iirs, and ill that time has
not only freed the diisa-se fn-iu debt, but
has made for it the reputation ot being
the wealil.iest in the L nilcd Snues.
Knd-iw-d with high mental qualities,
Bi liop 11 iiess hasinailestea.lv inosress
fr. 'in the beginning of his sacreil profes
sion, and through a rare attractiveness
of pet's. .n and inaiinci's U'came very pop
ular a ith the t alholiccoiiiniunity wher
ever In-h is labored. He was specially
endeaied to Uie young, with whom he
fell a cordial sympathy, and secnied en
dowed in win ami iiistruci.
Tin- only stirvivor of his family lit
pri v iu is ins si-ii : ;-t-.er Diouisia, un
der superior of liiowu couuly convent
licv. rtor-.'ess recently resinod
bishop of Detroit.
slight tleereii.e In H lo ut ami Hurler, tint
liiimt lu (Jinillty.
Pvn Finxilsio, Mav it. The Chroni
He h as letKirts from all lh conniies'i
Ihe state, giving mi estimate of the en
r..s.ec;s for this season. While the
grain has sitlTered in many of the large
Counties .ovmg to tin exc. -sle rams,
the dl-patche.i show that the oiialitv ol
Isuh w n.-.'ii ua.l barley will In-gissl. nnd
the yi Id of all kinds of fruit will be
S'V. ral large wheat countii-s report
Iis i'i .ise in iii-i-eage. and the yield of
vhoat from one-quarter to one-half,
Ihe estimate based on the state as
A'hole liow a slight ilis reiise in yield as
ompaii'd with lust war. llarley aver
ige a'-ont the s.'iiue as wheat. In fruit
if all kinds there will Is- all enormous
iicieas,. in the acreage. Ten thousand
lew viiim have Kvu started in Fresno
nanny, and l.ism.ism orange trees have
jeen set out in law Ahgclos county in
ihe pa-t j.snr. The fruit crop in thu
itatu will Is- the largest on record.
West llm t.liiil. Mil.... Loses Twa of Iter
1'lner. .if nrlili l t'lre.
W "in psTKli. Mass., .Mav it. St. Luke's
I'niliolic church and the H.iptbt chnn
at West Iloylstoii. v veil inih-s north
here. Were blllllisl ye-tenlav. The le
on the Catholic clituvh is ijUa.lsKI;
insured for sbl.i in. :,. on the llaotist
CIlllCIl .l..,".Si; 1. 111',-. K.I.IHSI.
Ill Irving lo Nl-.e .he saerisl vessels
ami vi-siiia-ms ra::i.-r t iimis-iiu was
overcome with smoke, but revivnl on
-omiiig out in the air. The tire issiiis-
isise.1 to In.M-oi iginin,! irom n cainllo
left burning on the altar iu bt. Luke's
Mx-Hi.o-r li'ill-iliie nmird.
Nrw Vintii. Mav il.-Klre vesterdnv
completely gutlel (he-ix-slory building,
,ms. i.. in aim .'I i. -. eveit sln-vt. is-
niued by .losetili i'i ; -.iime as a funii
ture faciorv. rhiriy- .ye w. .-kmeii.w ho
were employed m t . biul.li ig at the
time, ha-1 narrow cscpis. J he loss on
Air. Pai'triilgessto k aiiiounts 10 i.u.Ooo
luuy iiisuri i.
Something now for uur cit
izens is a trout to n live miles
ride over the electric rnilwiiy
by all persons pureliasin a
dollar's worlli or more of
Woods from Hostie Mros. &
Wright on Saturday, May
10th, and durin' tlio wck
by accept inj' this
the city is more complete,
embracing many novelties in
Dross (ioods, Trimming's, No
tions. Hats (big job at N. Y.
prices), and shoes to suit the
most tasteful. Polite and ac
commodating corps of sales
men to show you through.
A cordial invitation to all.
No. 11 X. Court Square.
MURDERED FOR MONEY.
Two Women Klln-d In llulllmure and
Tltelr lliiiiM-ft IliiiMarai-d.
Dai.timoiii,. May 5. Mrs. Pnroh
Itlaney, sud and her daughter.
i iirmimi liinii' V. aged 4,v l v nir at
liitB (irei-iiliioiial nv.-tme, were Satur
day liiornin found d"iid in Issl. their
skulls crushed and ;li--ir bodies terribly
inutiiatiM. i he house imd btvn rail
lacked fr-un top to Ih.itoiii.
Jim, llliutev sold Mime nroiiertr re
cently ror Whti ii she ris-eived (d.HoOin
ch. The coroner has found Uu0con-
cealiHl In the old wouuiii s ls-d. A grand
on of the old lady, William Ulancy,
who has uu tiim.ii'v retuitutiun, hue
Oeeu arrest en on mi-pu ion,
There H a. no llnlibery.
B.! AT: 'to. Te.. .Mav 8. finnerin
tendelll J -iv, of ns c iv. who liaa
harge ol me Wei - farm, inula nn the
Southern 1 acitlc, between San Antonio
mi new urieaiis, empliat.ciilly denies
that any robbery i.k.I: place at Kagle
Luke or at any other siint on the line,
a reiKirieu in liie uriws dlstiatchei.
Mieweiigi-r lloward has arriveil -Yroin
Now Orleans, mid also hiivm that neither
lie nor any other messenger, to his
kiiowlcdgi., was held up and rohlwd. of
'l-i,ou0 or any other mini of uiouuy.
hinge llnlttier henlenred.
Han Fiia I u. i'.nv IS. Frank Will
linns, foiivii I of robbing the stage
m-Hr Dowiiicville, CuI., of tiiitml States
mail Nome inotiihs ago, was eentcuced to
iii.prisoiiiiienl for hie.
Annthi-r ,tirnirlntliin lllll Passed.
WAiu-.'ini,s, Mav .V The house lias
pnc.l lhc rtii'loiualie and consular au-
Anollier I'lilni'liimiia liny.
K.mixvii.i.k. Teiin.. Mav fl. A roune
man named Mow I, IN years old, wiih kill-
on in i asw ell h still inn, six miles east ol
una city, hv the rasl east hound tlironeli
train, lie ntleiniile l tn cross llm tm.-k
ami leu in trout or the train.
Ihere hive hcon seven ili-nlbe i.anin.1
by this kind of cnrelcsetioss in jilfurent
sections in the past two weeks.
The Anhevllla Clllsen Ulvo
The latest local new.
The freshest Stnte news.
The licut general news.
Cienrnil nnd siccinl conimcuts.
Tlie largest subscription lint of liny
secular piiirr in the Stnte.
i lie licet advertising medium in tne
A full staff of auk editors nnd corrcs-
The neatest, newsiest nnrl most inter
prising pnwr in North Carolina.
it eitorts are mwnys ncvoico to tne
pbuihling and development of the re
sources of the State, particularly the
Subscription, $0 per annum; $3 six
months ; 60 cent per month.
Tin- entire stock ot
liit'linliiig liar llmiivhis, lluttnns nml llrnif
1-J J-0 N E-T H I R D 0FF.-1-8
Ki-k-iirilli'sa oi cost, as c inti-ml in the ftitim
Ii. kit p iinlhiiiB hut Snliil Cold ami
SliTliiiu Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mouth Main St. AKhcvllle.
HICKORY N. C.
A POPULAU AVINTER IlESORT.
1 5 -kfe
Average Winter Temperature. 52 Degrees.
Tlio Hoti'l is lumtlsoinol.v t'lirnitslii'tl throiinliout, Iiiik
ICIoftric IJfi'hts, (!ns, Mot nnd Cold W'ntor Itatlis, and all
tlio coiivonh'iioos ol '11 modorii lionio. For tonus, ott;., ad-
TAYLOR, HOUIS & HROTIIKRTON,
-Whulrtiiik nnd li'ctuil Iknttm in-
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
hicatf.ks, han;i:n. tinwahi:,
sanitaky i'l.i'miiinc, oas and stiiam f1ttim5,
tis ash si.atii kooi'ixc,
Al'TllMATK' i;i.l'CTKlC OAS I.IOHTINC. AND CAM. IIHM.S,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS M "CHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY
New StoreUnller Opera House,
No. 43 Palton Ave, - Aflicvillc, N. C.
listimntts Clu't-rliillv i'.ivvn on nil Work In our Line.
W. A. I'.r.Aiu. J, V. Iluowx.
- No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wo aro now 1'oatly, and in
vito our t'nonds and tlio juli-
lio g-onorally to cull and ox-
aniino uur woll solot tod stt k
Which wo aro offcriiigut rook
liottoni prioos. Undortakiiin
a spiM-inl foaturo. Calls at
tondod day or nin'ht.
Tolophono, day 75, night (Jo
11LAIK & UUOWN.
SPECIAL SALE I
We an- now nflcrini; niKiiiil l.ni Linitis in rvervtliinir. Otirlmvt r, Ml. . o. MOWrCMe. iw
iinw in the Nuriltern nuirkt-tiA. Wt art K"'"): to mil uimhIn nt t rint lu suit rvirvlnn v. We
rtml Irom 'vHTittHf ilwil l,ov I'tiits tin nitir.-tn lulp u'lt ti ilnll tin v Uihii n lltK lul.m-i'u.
hrenk We lire now tH-lliiiK on our thinl car load ol Clover ami f.raHtt i-n-i-tl, anil exinvt lu
tie HtrllitiK on Uie tenth ear loail ol
llcl'ore the year i 1 ut. A few mirn of MmV lleavv Hoots iiunv hcli.w vttnt, nml our
St 11 miton fhoe tor l.atlit-K nt $J in ooNitively the t'luiijH Ut hoe on i nrth. Mi-n's $1 rm llatn
at ?rv. aii't 1 llatK at 4."ie . ami a ureal uiaiiv other ilimi: that will tittouifh y u.
I'.KAIIAM'S HUM IvMAhi: MliMi i- Uv tiivi.nu with all the Inrtmra. We "nlv mnition
thin to thow that c are on ijnoil urnm with the AIIuiikv kiiU iiihI nu --illiiiy t lu 111 suu k
Aslieville Dry Goods Co.,
J. o lliiWIvl.l., MmitiKir.
Al ulil sijiihI. ihi ilniir In-low l-t-miiiitnn X Cu.'s Iliinlwnrr Store.
! HOTEL ST. ARMOND, t
SKVI.AM) MINERAL SPRINGS, N. C.
Klflil Milvw Soutli of Artlicvlllc, on the A. S. Railroad.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
I'AMKNIlKtt I KPAHTMKNT,
Went cm North Cftrollna IXviilon.
I'AHHKNmtK TRAIN gCHKIWUH
iIn HrrKCT Xlnreh il.ti
7ftth Mrridlati time unrd when not othcrwlm
tin If lui torn,
Lr. Nrw VofiT
n 3llpm I
5 Itlnm I
I Dally. I pnlly.
Nn. AS I
A. At 8. M
ft IA nniiArr
I J4J pml "
"D i m
Toil p m
flor p m
A 40 11 m
No. 1 Tt Dally eicept Sunilay") Nn. if
DIOamll.T. Ashrvlllr. ArTandnm
lllOamlAr, Waynfevllle, " I 1 AA n m
an pm " Fiysnn City, " l)4A a m
A4A pm " Wr.tflflil, Lr,l 6 IO a m
Nn. AO and Al. Pullman Aleenera lirlvm
Orrrnshorn anil Mnnistown
Nns Ail anil AS I'lillmnn Huffrt Htrrplnv
wnrn i.iwwn r..i ispniiKN ann n nsninfltcin,
innrTins nTT.niii.1 Bini.nn ior no, oo.
'inner , " flit.
Hickory Is " " oi).
w. A. WINBUHN, P. P A.,
A.hwllU. M r
A, L, TAVt.OR.O. P. A.,
wasnington, u, t,
in MINI-KAI, SI'KlNt'.S.
Till- 1'INI'ST Sl'KINCS SOI TI1 (II- SAKATOtiA.
Tin- mini) sis shows Iran, Alum, lipm.in. M.iftic.ui nml White Sulphur. Cuns" Mhi-umn-Usui,
lilnml DiM-nwa, D.vk-phIii. Ins.iimiiii. Nt-rvous AtlW-tliuia nnd nil Klilurv Cumpliilnts.
Cliininc i-nwllvnl. Tirms riasonnlili-. Addn-sa
K. A. LeVENE,
Coiiiinodioitf) houw.' and Kroundit.
MUSIC HOUSE TALK
I KNOW That any man may wviu for ralahiuPH, wu vh
and IrniiH to 1 lu laanul'aclurorH atul ihuhh;
Iiousph of the rountry ;
I KNOW That 11m STKIXWAY PIANO h tlio arknowK
Staialanl of tlio world, nnd that 1 havo
the iijroncy for it.
I KNOW That I havo OraiiH and Pianos continually in
stock to lcaw all bona tido purclmHcrH,
I KNOW That I am an.xiouM to jtlcaw cvcryliody with
my priccH and all
I ASK Ih that you five uui a trial.
C FAL.K, 35 North Main St.
pKimTBU'R HA IB
Irffuilt hnvlnu hern mnilc In the irnvnicnU
ntlMiliited In n deed In trunt executed April
17, 1HN0, by (;eorue Kltnlwr to me, nnd re
corded on fnKC ct urn, of Hook Id of
inortKHRe record 11 in the nflice or the Kcgi titer
of Ituncfimhc county, North Cnrnllnn; and
Itv virtue of n imwrr of wnlr therein contnin.
efl, I will nell nt nuh'h1 auction nt the court
hounc door In the city of AMicvllle, N C, to
the hluhe-e-t hlddrr for cnth on the 17th dnv
of May, IHiiu, the prrinlHeN deerlltrd In until
deed In trunt, vUi It l tin inu nt amnkc In the
can tern nrnrnln of liimt utrvct nt J, Ii. Knv'n
northweMt corner, and ruunliitf with mild
murjcin or itnti nittct nortn iu went, nixiy
two and onehnM feet to n ntnkc In the mniili.
ern mnrKln of Hrney Ptreet; thence with the
Routnern marKin or Hcney iitrret north (14.1
eiiitt, nUty-cluht nnd two-third) feet t i
Make; thence In a mitithrnntwiirdlv direction
fiUty-nlx feet to A wtntie In J. U, Kny'n line;
thence -aouthweiit wurdly with mild J. Ii. Riiv'h
nn7 ncvrn-iv-uuic lit wic pilU'C Ol IH'Utn
nm. un ine ni nre a iwo-ntory work "hop
i 1 1 i K w"n lmr
iiiiiit -. i. jpivm imaiiiirni, iinu ii irniiri itrti-it
louniintion ior nn unnnmnrii hounu.
HAHOLD UUI HLHUAY,
pried! we Ttuntce,
NUW MOtmUl NBWtV FUKNIMHBD
ALL MODBKN IMPROVHMBNTfl.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSOM,
No. till HnvtvonH A two
Street Car Schedule.
Brirlnnlnu at 7 s. m. Bncllng 10.00 p.
Car leave Hiuura for all point on the
hour, and twenty and forty minute there
fkhcitule can connect at Buuare.
Train car and baKKnge car meet cverv
train, On valla allowed each pauenirer.
naKKns translrrred from alt points In the
city for 118 cent.
THU AHIIBV1LLB BTRBBT BV. CO.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PA8TUHT KOtlTIl TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST)
Ashrvlllr to Knnsns City In 8T hour.
Ashrvllle to I Km it in Bl hour.
Ashrvllli- to Han Prnncisco, Calirornla, anil
Portland. OreKon, In ilnvi.
Kullll Vestlliuli-fl TrnlnaHl I ..l. ... f i
sns City. Krrllnin&T chnlr ear tree. '
I'or lull liiiormntlon cull nn or write to
B. A. Newland,
... '""trtct t'nssrnurr Awnt,
No, 10 i'nlton Ave., AshevUli-, N.C.
.1. CHAHLTDN. O. I'. A.. ChlcaKo, III.
BU0QIE8,' CARRIAGES, BLACK8MITHINQ.
To thecllliens of Ashevllle and vlrlnatf I
would announre that at mv shone onCollrire
street, next to Woodbury's stable, I am tict
trr prL'pnrea than ever to no wora in my line.
WnuonN, lIuRuirs and CnrrlaKe ninnurHi't-
urrd. Renaliina and horsi-ihoelnv are ei.
clnltlee, And itertcet sntlsl'artlnn Kunriinterd,
My woramen are expenrnceu anu sKllllulniKl
my chnrKi-s are moderate.
nnvnn o n. Hi HNHTTIt.
KiiKlUta and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIE8 AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No, 40 French llrond Avenue,
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(Por many year Associate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a curpa of compcnUat teacher.