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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : MONDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1890.
KEEP 'I OUT
Immigrant Mormon Conrerta
Who Sek Our Shores.
Will tho Present Contraot Labor
Law Do It?
this h a
QmMm Wkloh th. TJnlted
imtgaasfcwi 01, KM Jaat
Haw ttadylns Ituiaal Agants ta Mw
rap Bm Aj gia ta taad Sere J
. ore Cuaie.es Halt Nwu
Niw York, May IT. On hundred
litd forty oonvarts to Mormon Ism ar-
lirad hsra oa lha steamer Wyoming
from TJrerpool, and the appearanoa of
tha party brought before the United
mate Immigration omoert the question
aa to bethel- tha Mormon problem
aonld be wived bjr prohibiting this clam
of people from landing, on the grounds
that they are oontraot laborer.
Bat the Intention of the government
official Ja to tnveetigate this new aspect
at MormonUm as thoroughly as they
can, which will be in liue with the pro
msre Dolicr adopted by Secretary
Wisdom m the government s discharge
of the Immigration business, it is be
lieved that it can be proven that the con
verts are brought here under contract to
wore lor Mormon eiders. Bupurintenu
ant Weber is now studying the contract
labor law, to see whether the law can be
applied to Mormons. If he is persuaded
that it can be. he will enforce it.
The Mormons were released nnder
surveillance. Tlisv can be examined
again any time within a year after their
landing, and it is probable that some of
their numbers will figure in the test
ease. The people are (sweats ana uanos,
They were In ohNrge of Adoluh Ander
son and three other elders. Anderson
was sharp enough to say that his flock
oame here to join friends in Utah, whs
would give them work. But inland in
spectors can readily ascertain whether
this kind of testimony, which is always
given oy ine emers, is true.
It is known that Mormon agents In
surope nave already arranged to send
1.900 converts to this country this sum-
mar, so that the government will have
ample opportunity to find whether these
immigrants come under the contract
labor law. It is argued that if they do
tne Mormon oouron wui sutler greatly,
If not die out, because it depends on for
ain material for fresh blood.
Ex-United State Senator mart sold
he thought that this rjlnn for extern
InaMng Mormonlsm was one of the beet
msasures proposed under the present
administration for the benefit of the
Again Committing Depredation. Along
th. Kaalraa Frontier.
Dun-en, Col., May 17. Apache In-
dians along the border between Old
Mexico and Arlsoaa have committed
several murders lately. Last Friday, a
prospector, George Adams, was killed
and four Mexivaa aiinere fired on, two
of them being fatally wounded, at
point just over the line in Honors. The
Indians escaped to this side of the line.
A party of miners passed through the
White mountain reservation a few days
aro. When near Bluck river thev found
a ruined camp that bore evidence of
having been desolated by a revengeful
toe. Broken cooking utensils, tools.
empty cartridge belts snd remnants of
clothing wre scattered about. The
most convincing evidence, however, was
we aeons or a targe ere, among ut
rums or wmcn wurs human bones, a
sack of corn partially burned, and the
remains of three saddles. The camp
bore evidence of having been only re
Where Wei. tha Soldier.?
WlMNU'Ea, Man.. May 17. A La
Cloud special to Ths Free Press savs:
Burglars entered the mounted police
narracas here ana carried out the sars
to a swamp a quarter of a mile distant,
where they broke off the doors and ran-
sacked th contents, getting away with
Napoleon villi, La.. May 17. A ne
gro named Philip Williams entered ths
tearoom or sire, i nomas U. fbelps.
Th lady awoke before ths nsgro reached
her, and ran out screaming for help.
Williams was captured, and later his
body wss found dangling from an oak
Killed la a Colliery.
ASHT..HD, Pa., May IT. John Cobnstd
and Mlchaul vaoints were instantly
killed, and Peter Basco was seriously
injured by a fall of rock hi ths tunnel
which is being driven by A. C. Douglas
at rare- no. i oouiery, near rara risce.
Ksl.lnf aa leetloa rand.
Dublin, May IT. Th Irish distillers
an raising a fund of 90,000 pounds to be
used in tha interest of the oquor menu
lecturers and dealers ta the nsxt sen-
era! parliausutary election, which they
are persuaueu is not lavoraDia.
A V6N8T ER 'trUJST,
With 100,000,000 Capital, ta C antral
New Yom, May 17. Th Universal
Association Bank and Trust company
will, tt is said, begin Its operations in
few Tork this rummer on a capital of
100,000,1100. The oompany's charter has
bean obtained In Kentuoky, and is al
leged to bo extroardinarr la the privV
leges girt a. Th chief object of th
oosnpeny - to guarantee Interest on rail
road bones, of which thsy have applica
tions for fedoras nt already to th
amount of over u0,000,000. Tears will
Mbraaohet In Paris and Roma. Aa
American syndicate hns subscribed fur
110,000,000 of the stock.
Kplacopsl Cantanslal Convention.
Tarboro. N. C, Mar 16. The centen
nial convention or th Protestant Episco
pal church in North Carolina is in session
here. The diocese of North Carolina was
founded hers in 1710. Fifteen years ago
th diocese of East Carolina was formed
out of It. Both dioceses now meet In
joint session. Bishop Theodora B, Ly
man and Alfred A. Watson are present
with the largest number of clerical and
lay delegates on record,
THE FARMERS' ALUAWCI.
Btepreeentatlve Man Before tha Ways and
Wabhinoton, May 16, Tha hearing
of representative men of tha Farmers1
Alliance before th way and mean
committee has been continued for say
National Lecturer Livingston, who was
before tha committee, said that he had
fouadmuch misapprehension in Wash
ington la regard to the objects of tha
Alliance, V. wrong impression one
without a word of truth was that tha
Alliance was clandestinely seeking to
displace tha ruling political parties. The
farmers had bean told that a proper ad
justment of tha tariff and silver que,
boos was all that was neoeenary for
the farmers' relief. Ths tariff had noth
ing to do with-. the measure racoia mend
ed by tha Alliat-ar Hi tariff fixed tho
prio of the farmers purchases th ufa
treajsarabiUflfexl tat prto at wnka ha
anM his gtode. Tho Alliance represen-to-vshad
not bsta laaoUnt-at tens
there was no intention of being Insolent,
Thev had talked nhunlv. straight from
the shoulder. They asked, demanded
he was not sure about the terms that
congress do what it could to pass the
tub-treasury bill, fllty-eignt farmers
homes had been sold at auction in Con'
necticut one day this wfek I The farm
ers wanted relief, and they knew how to
get it. They had about made up their
minds to let partisan politics alone, for a
while at least. Representative iemenis,
of Ganriria. had souirht to have the farm
ers' lands taken as security In national
banks, but somehow congress had re
fused to do it. The national banks must
be broken up. The farmers had to se
cure loiuis at excessive rates of interest,
and there was no justification for that
under Uod s uroad heavens.
The Prophase of Statesman,
He quoted President Lincoln's prophe
sy thut corporations would be enthroned ;
that the prorty of the country would
be concentrated, and that the repuhlio
itself would be overthrown. Thank God
the last prediction had not been fulfilled.
The others had been. One-twentieth of
the people of this country owned three
fifths of the property. He also quoted
Garfield, Jefferson and Calhoun, and
said thut what they hud recommended
was what the Alliance asked. If con
gress refused to approve the suit-treasury
bill ulan. then let it remove the restric
tions hedging in the national banking
srstem. the farmers would care uotu
ing alinut trusts and combinations, and
the concentration of money, if they could
hold their crops in the Bub-treasury, and
were not comjiulled, as at present, to sell
them at stated times, lie could tuns
cane the speculators. It would lie a Hod
send to this country to pass the sub
treaxury hill, for the reason, if for no
other, that there would not be a bucket-
shnu left in the United States. The day
of speculation in crops would be done
away with, and the producer and the
consumer would be brought together,
A Kavnrabla Impression.
Mr. Livingston said that the fluctua
tions had been caused by the fact that
the farmers had been compelled to sell
their crops at adverse times something
the bill proiHised to remedy, in conclu
sion, he said if the committee thought a
landed liasis was best, if they could not
accept the crop nasis. let them put tt m.
Do something to relieve the farmers.
Report the bill to the house in some
shape, so that it could be acted usm.
Don't make it a question of tariff, or of
politics. But let the bill stand on its
It is thought that Mr. Livingston made
a good impression among the average
A PHYSICIAN'S TALK.
Sentenee. on Important Subject.
from One Who Knows.
Dr. Lewis A. Savre, tha eminent
Now York physician, who says every
bodv. under ordinary circumstances,
ought to live to be 100 years old, made
the following statement in a recent
"The gToat mortality from phthisis
or consumption is due to the varying
toniperalare and tlie foul air breathed.
It is contagious, und healthy persons
can contract It. 1 lie sputum, or ex
pectnrution, becomes dry and is con
verted into a powder, which floats in
the air and muy be inhaled. The next
ten years will show a great diminu
tion in deaths from phthisis. Cou
sumption can bo cured. The way to
cure it is to put the mtient in the
mountains where the air is dry, and
keep hiiu away from the doctor and
the apothecary shop. lie does not
need medicine. There is too much
medicine used in many kinds of dis
ease. Certain specifics are essential,
but Uiey should bo used with lutein
"insanity, l should say, la increas
ing and the explanation, is to be found
in the way we live. Men rush to se
cure millions when they ought to be
satistled with hundreds of thousand.
They likewise rush to speud their
money and then worry to meet their
financial engagements.' Insanity may
be caused by functional disturbance or
by an organic change, in case or an
organic change it is doubtful if insan
ity Is curable.
"Ureams do not indicate a physical
delect, ihey luiiicate that the dream'
er's stomach is out of order or that ho
is woiried. Dreams often seem of
long duration, but it should be remem
bered that thoughts fly so fast that
Uiey canuot be measured. They will
travel over pretty much th entire
universe in Ave minutes. If a person
keep his mouth shut he will not
more. If lie cannot keep it shut any
other way he ought to tie a bandage
under hut chin and over his beau. Ine
nose is the proper thing to breathe
through, liut snoring will not do any
harm. A person who appreciates hu
mor and has a hearty laugh now and
then is the better for it, but to bo eter
nally giggling and smirking, when
there is no cause for ths risibility, is
neither beneficial nor interesting. A
giggler is a fool. Crying often affords
relief, if a person is suffering from
great grief and he is unable to shed
tears, there is a decided danger of
trouble in his mind. Whether th jo
vial or auiei person is ant to live loua-.
est is perhaps a Question. Some doo
ms are so solemn that they have not
no enough to die. and keen on earth
to curse every body they are acquainted
with. It is not the length of time on
lives, but the good he does. Borne man
could live a hundred years and bo of
no Dcucni. uthers could in twontv
years accomplish wonders by their en
ergy and tho proper use of their abili
"One man may know no fear while
another muv be frurhteuod at his c -n
shadow. It Is a mental affair. The
man with a good healthy stomach Is
apt to have more courage than th
man wun dyspepsia, -.very healthy
man ought to love a woman if he can
find one worthy of his affection. There
a diirerence between love and lust.
Love is a creation of the mind. A man
must have a mind capable of appreci
ating love, or he hoe not the capacity
for loving. Disappointment in lore u
injurious, aa great grief is always
"Bow esn your That's Swedish,
MBow do you farr That's Dutch.
How do you stand f Thatu Italian.
"Go with Ood, stoorr That's Spanish.
"How do you Uv onf" That1) Randan.
"How do you panpur That's Egyptian.
"How do you havs yourself f That's Fo
lk. "How do you And yourssHT ThatsOsr
an. Thank Ood, how are yon I" Thats Ara
in. "Man thv shadow Davor stow Urn." That's
"How do you carry yoorsslfr Taaft
you dor That's Ingush sad
rtfasiuard of Ood." Tbarstbs
"Bow fcj your tomaabf Hsvsyou sates
Extorsive Cave-In Iu a Coal Mine
at Ashley, Fa.
Twenty-Eight Men Estimated
to Be Entombed.
One Hundred Mvn at Work It-moylng the
Bebrls That Murks tha Gangway II Is
Barely Posalhla tha Man May Esvapa by
Anothar Route List of the Vlotlias of
WlLKESBAima, Pa., May 17. An ex
tensive cave-in occurred at noon Thurs
day in No. t mine of the Lt-high and
Wilkesbam Coal company, at Ashley,
Superintendent Dmvs, with 100 men,
are in No. 1 gangway of the cared-in
mine. They aro wo: king their way
slowly to the place where the men Were
Hugh MrOlynn, who has just come
out. reports that debris blocks up the
gangway and that It Is iuilsisslble to
make any headway. Despite the heavy
fall there is a go -i curreutof air passing
through the n:i:ies. Thers is a inanway
attached to the uiine. Unless the me
are hennaed in entirely they may be
able to make thuir escaiH.1 by this route.
The number of men in the mine is es
timated at A. Hundreds of people are
collected at the month of the mine wait
ing news from Mow. The cuve-in was
caused by weakening of the props sup
porting the surface.
The cave-in extends over a half mile
square and includes a jiortion of the
thickly settled village railed Mafutt't
Patch. A largo number of houses have
gone down with the surface, but only a
few of them nave been badly damaged,
The following is a list of men who are
known to te imprisoned:
John Hanson, Anthony Frnne, Mich'
ael Bchalley, John N. Allen, assistant
fire boss; Michael Henry, Charles Jaiuus,
Frank Uullnvher. Roliert Rolierts,
Henry Jonee, Ellis Williams, J. Kenning,
Anthonv Frale, Harry Perry and son
Owen Terry; Thomas Clause, John
James and four Hungarian laborers.
HIS TRUNKS RIFLED.
A Jewelry !riunmr's Heavy Loss By
HurRlars at Waverlr, Iowa,
Taveuly, Iowa, May 17. J. W,
Robinson, who travels for D. F. Norris
& Comtianv, wholesale jewelers, of Chi
cago, arrived here Tuesday from the
west, and in the absence of an express
wturon left his trunks in the depot, with
Instruction that they be sent to his hotel
in the inomuig.
During the night burglars effected an
entrance to the deot and rifted lth of
the trunks, wlncn contained f.'o.Otxi
worth uf watches, jewelry ami dia
monds. One of the trunks was carried
into a field adioillinif the depot, where it
was found. tretiier with the less valua
ble portion of its content.
FLOURING MILL BURNED
At Winona, Minn. Una of tha Flnasl in
tha Wnrld-L)i 0300,000.
Wlnona, Minn., Mar 17. A fire
started iu the lire Mom of the 'Winona
Mill company's immense flotirlug mill
about 1 o'clock Thursday morning aiid
destroyed the entire plant, including the
mill and elevator. Total hws on the
property is estimated at fcloo.Ouo, and
may exceed that, insnred for ;'u0,0lsj,
mostly In mutual companies.
There were aliout 3.oa bnshels of
wheat in the elevator and l.'.'oo barrels
of flour in the mill. The company em
Ployed snout iou men. The mill Had a
Capacity of 2.(h) barrels, and was altit
tne niiest etiuipped building of the kind
in ine world.
BEHRING SEA NEGOTIATIONS
aUto Hava Itnu-hrd final Slaea Ke-
Ottawa, Ont., May 17. Th Bchring
a negotiation, it is stated on nnd ubt-
ed authority, has reach.-d the final stage
of mere technicality and practical de
tail. While it will not be noasi i s to
formulate and ri'l'll-h the intended in
ternational convention for the regula
tion of the fur seid flsliintf in the N'orth
Pacific ocean end the waters adjacent
thereto during the present season, the
American aud Urltixh negotiators have
agreed upon the mode by which the
necessary and proper regulation shall
be framed, so that a full siitivtactorv ad
justment of the controversies is assured.
With aa T.ym la nnslneas, Tlaw Chatta-
aoa.a from Lookout Mountain.
Cm-TTawxhia, May 17. Thursday
morning the party of eastern capitalists
arrived and in the forenoon went to the
summit of Lookout mountain. Thev
left Washington a week ago, and come
her to insiiei t tho resources of this nai-t
of the country and vei-ifv reports. The
party is in charge of Mr. t'nderwood
and travels in a special train with
privats Pullman snd sleeping cars.
Thev m from here to Hiuunik. V...
and reach Washington the end of the
UNCLE 8AM OBJECTS
Xa Levying Dulles on Imports Into the
BariwRi.a, May 17. Ths Indonend-
enos Beige says thst United States Min
ister Terrell in ths anti-slavery confer
ence objected to M. Lamlwnnart't pro
posal for the levying of duties on im
ports into l In- Congo Win. In support
ing his objection the minister urged that
It was not competent for the conference
to reverse decisions of the Berlin confer
ence. The objections of the American
minister, the luiper says, caused surprise
among the i.elegates.
Asaln In Troubla,
ROME. Mav 17. Madame TXa Delis r
who became notorious in New York
through her nlleg-d spiritualistic oper
ations, and was snlMiiently imprisoned
a year or so ago, was arpwled here
for swindling a hotel keener anil
trying to obtain money from many
prominent persons by false represeuta-
Mew Vork I swjri-r Shot.
Niw York. Mav 17. Clinton O. Rnv.
mond, of the Hi m of Raymond & Harrl.
eon, attorneys, was dangerously shot by
Alphonse J. Htephani ut 11:UU a.
Thursday. Cutis unknown.
Ita Kmccllcnt Qnalltlca
Commend to public approval the Califor
nia liquid fruit renttriy Syrup of Pigs. It
Is pleasing to the eye, and to the tnstr
and by gently acting on the kidneys,
llverandlmwels.lt ciennsrs the system
effectually, thereby promoting tltc health
ana comiort 01 on who use it.
Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy cured Mrs.
. 8. Spier, Como, Hertford, Co., N.
., of rheumatism, indigestion, and
erysipelas, after she bad suffered for
years, and could get no relief from other
TACKLED THE WRONQ MAN,
Tlotliu of Mlniwippt Bsgulatora fires
Into tha Crowd, Killing One,
Meridian, Miss., Muy 17. A number
of men In th western part of Kemper
county have recently been ploying the
part of regulators, or White Cnis. In
several instunces they huv oouiu down
into Lauderdale county and whipped
unmercifully parties who they thought,
needed punishment, m most cases the
victims being negroes. Last Hunday
night they went to the houi o of a ncuro
named Anderson. Thev first tried to
get Anderson out of tne house, but he
Isirricadtsl his door and refu.-ed to show
himself. Thev then attempted to break
down the door, but failing in this they
tired the house, after telling Anderson s
wife that she could conn; out. When
she did so Auderxou ran out al , aud
fired into the crowd, itilli.ig Louis Land,
and it Is sail wounding two otherr
whoso names have not been divulged.
The negro made his ei- cnpc. There In
strong finding against the notion of the
v.. .1... liuu muni-
Pour Men Loss Tlw-lr Lives and Several
Injured irt I.euUvllle.
Louirvii.lk, Ky., May 17. A caisson
at the new bridge capsized at 8 o'clock
Wednesday, killing ouo man aud injur
ing several other. Edward McDonald,
a corker, was inldo the caissou and
fourteen meu at wi rk cementing out
side. The caisson began to careen and
there was an effort to right it, when sud
denly the timbers holding it in place
snap'istl, and tlis mamiv structure
slowly turned over and now stands bot
tom Vide up. The men clamls-red up
the sides. C. P. Mitchell, assistant su
perintendent of the work, was caught
bv s falling beam and almost instantly
killed. Charles Saunders, a car-nler:
K. Uranium, a corker, and Joseph
Watlien, a corker, are missing. Edward
MelVnaH. Thonins llenneasy, Patrick
li'Hrlcn, Kdwnrd UritKn and William
Rhoiles are badly injunl, but none
fatally. 1 he men who iwad were at
once taken from their perilous positions
by lt that hurried out from the
MRS. FRANK LESLIE
slA tn He Knuuurd to tha Marqnls
I villa Sha Don't Deny It,
Ki:w ViitcK, May 17. A London dis
patch to The Press says: Th Marquis
De Leuville authorises the staUmeut
that he and Mrs. Frauk Leslie are en
gaged, and that the marriage will take
t,l aee next month. Mrs. Le!ie was seen
lunching ut the Orosvennr hotel with
tha lnah.uis. tthe tisik the reporter into
a private room, and told bins that she
did not deny the rumor, bhe said that
fir rive vetifs she had had a grent regard
for De Li irilln, and time had not weak
ened that reeling, bhe sddtd: "You
mav draw your owu conclusions, but I
prefer not to discuss the matter at pres
ent. I shell go to Pai is, and remain
there till afler ths marquis' trial. Ou
uiv return the ohms of the uiaruuit and
myself will be tuude public and not till
SAM. SMALL'S AMBITIONS.
tie how Aspires to lip a (aaorgla Prohibi
Xfw York. May 17. A special to The
New Yoik Herald from Atlanta, 6s.,
Hi-v. Rim. Small has announced him
self as a candidate from Fulton county
for election to the next Ueorgia house
of repieseiitativvd oil a straight out pro-
niiniioii piiitiorm. ihere nas us u some
doubt that Small would accept the can
didacy which the Prohibitionists bav
been pressing on him, for it hail been
nnoiinciil that ne would be onlalned to
the Episcoiuil miuistrv in June, but
Wednesday he set all doubts st rest bv
his announcement that hu will accept
the uoiiiinuliou. He said nuthintf about
his orduiuti n.
A WITNESS HANGED.
The Dangling IIm1- of a Wasllhy rinntr
Found After Many llnys.
WuPELivi, W. Va., May 17. The
bosly of Paul Touk, a wealthy fanner,
was found hanging to a tree near Bev
erly, Kaudolph county. Th body was
putrid, and had Wen hanging for days.
Touk diNipi-carcd on May 1. lie was an
important wlm.-ss against hu nephew
in a murder trial which was to com off
soon, and it Is-heved he was murdered
to prevent his testifying. The alluir has
created iulunso excitement.
Varmsrs' Itevlrw Wheal Nummary.
Chicago. S.'av 17. The Farmers' Re-
view prints the following! Tho reports
from correiHmiuuts in the thirteen
states covered by our cron bulletin indi
cate that the general condition of winter
wlieut in this territory Is mi per cant,
lower, slid of spring wheat 10 tier cent.
lower than the n-ul average of sonde
tinn at this season. Winter wheat Illi
nois, 71 per rent.: Indiana, 04; Ohio, HA;
Kentucky, M; Miouri. 7U 1-2; Kansas,
v;l; Micbignu, : WiM-ousiu, 70. bpring
wheat Illinois, tt per cent.; Wisconsin,
04; lows, l: Nebraxka, W0: Minnesota,
80; South Dakota, b8; North Dakota, 84.
Oreat Crops rromUad la Boulh Dakota.
Btoi X FaMs. S. Duk.. May 17.-Th
farmers of South Dukot are jubilant
over th crop prospects for ths present
season. Never st any corresponding
period In previous year ha th oondt
tion been more favprabl than at the
present time. On tiling mors encour
aging tn the farmers than all others I
that the further the season advances the
mors propitious are ths conditions.
Baoe Troubles TJhraaleaea1,
Bt. Josi I'M. La.. May IT Serlons race
trouble is tiu-nniem-d here. Whit resi
dents have organised, and, with Kheriff
young and posse, have gone to winter
Quarters plantation, wher th troubl
is. A colored hlnrktmith shot and killed
a negro tiamed Clark. A large crowd of
negroes made an attack upon ths black
smith, ami Mauager Trimble shut Into
th crowd, killing th leader.
rnu. TtT . -t.u 1., V.- 1 At M.
meeting of th Trl-klllers' assoclstlon
resolutions war psased strongly pro
testing simlnst ths Droisaed lncrssse in
th duty on jute, burlap and manufac
tured lute bair-inc. Th resolutions
say that th proposed increase will ena
ble ths three lute manufacturers of this
country to rob tha farmer and aullare
of over $8,110,000 a year.
Brls. Uan. Wnvla Dasd.
Ntw Yoiik. May IT. Brig. Oon. Nel-
son H. Davis died suddenly Thursday
afternoon while on a vlstlt to Oov
rnor's Isliuid. Apoplexy was th cause
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Ginyluinis, (iienadines, Em
liroideiies. Flouncings, Silk
Bateshe, Sateens, Persian
Lawn, Ii'iue, Crosbnrred
Muslin, Knelling. Van Dyke
The cclitlimtcd Morrow
Fine Shoes for Ladies always
For Dry (Joods and Shoes
IJ0STIC HKOS. & WIUGIIT,
No. 11 X. Court Stjuaiu
The entire utm-lt ul
IncluilittK fine ItrotKiicA, Iluttunn and Ilruce
KcKitnlk-tf of cot, an wc Intend In the futun
to keep nothinK ut Hitlld Gold ami
tHcrhnir Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
1 Finmr, ifwfi fp
eibHWIIlV tf ekall
South Main St. Aahevllle,
W. A. 15LA1K. J . V. liltOWX
No. 3a Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STANO
We art? now ready, ami in
vite our friends and the pub
lie ucnerally to eall una ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offeringntrock
bottom jirices. Undertaking
11 special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night G"
BLAIR & BROWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Westers North Carolina Division.
PAHM1NOKR TRAIN aCHKIII'I.K
Us Ksksct Msnh Sl.1i
70th Mcrlthsn time used whrn nit uthtTwlM
lUiith mcr.H itni)iin
Ar. Hallslmry, I nn.'tam
Hlchmond, a .Kiprn
8 1 niim
I 1 aopm
f.r. Nrw VorT
1 1 ilnm
1 1 (loom
"No. SS I
A. a a it
HOO am I.t. Hot RprinKS,
1OO0 am Ar, Hmrironllla,
o or p m
84Q p m
Mt'RPHV hRANCM. '
"No. ia"TTl)ally rsccpt Sunilsf.T
Bloimil.r. Aahrrlli., Ar,
888 p m
1 88 n m
ft 48 a m
e 10 a m
HlOsmlAr. Waynrsvlll., "
384 pm " nrvaoncily, "
fl4A pml " Wastflrld, Lr
Nos. 80 snd 81. Pullman ateiliara between
Greensboro and Mnrriatowa.
Nos. 8a and 8a I'ullman lluflrt Hleeplnu
Cars lietwem lint Hprlnm and Wmhinaton.
Asneriii. I. nreasinat ntauon ror No. 80,
' Dinner ' 88.
llkkoryll " " 88.
W. A. WINBttRN, n. P A.,
A.KnIIU SI. fV
JA8 L. TAVI.OB.O. P. A.,
nsnin-ion, u. w.
NBW HOUBBI NBWLV PURNIaHBD
ALL MObMRN IMPKOVUMBNTa.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No, m'Harwoed Unst ' " '
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feetf Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A nmilcni first clnnn hotel. Hot and cold witter and bnths and toilets on erery floor,
Rite trie hclltt hi e'i-rv roiitu. Unvn lire hi offiw ami izratri In led roonia. Ofticc. dlnina
nioin, lunch counter, clpnr ant! newt Htand and liar and billiard room on firm floor. Htec
tric ktrevt cur phhh door cvefy 2U minute. Kichmond and DanTille railroad eating houww
;u nunuica lor in cum,
RATES. 2.00 PER DAY.
A. G. HAUYBVRTON9Prop.
J. H. BRYAN nud WAl.TlvK liRRKN, Clerks.
nay Conic mid ro, nut we
DID YOU HEAR
Wc have Rtrnw lint 1 cent to 00 cent"
tether bouHc ttce them. Nine and Ten Ounrter Shirting by the cnae. I'ritiU, Glnchamt,,
Src, tec, ut any price you would imk tbtm.
Would Kiiy inure but till will convince you.
Aslievillc Dry Goods Co.,
J. O. IIOWKI.L, Manascr.
At old Htiind. 1st door IktIow rcnolman Ik Co.1 Hardware Store.
i HOTEL ST.
SKYLAND -MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C.
Eight MUvti South of ABlicville, on the A. & 8. Railroad.
Ml MIXKKAI, Sl'KIXC.S.
Thr nnnlysls shows Iron, Alum, liisom, MnKnrsin and White Sulphur. Cures Rheuma
tism, Illood Dlm-ases, Dysiwpsiu, Iiisuninln, Ncn'ous AfTcvtlons and nil 'Kldner Complaints.
Coiuinoillous huum; nnd grounds. Cuisine excclU-nt. Terms rensonalilc. Address
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES,
HEATERS, RANGES, TINWARE, &c.
SANITARY I'LLMllINC, GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTING AND CALL BELLS,
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A8PECIALTY
New StoreUnder Opera House,
No. 43 ration Ave., . Avhevllle, N. C.
liitlmatcat'hrrrfully Given on all Work in our Line.
bottom. If tats dHPklir nnnot tmmmlf von.
in airaoi maisary, emwoaiag aavMliaeei
7. L. DOUGLAS
JLnf ralf, naavv Laoad Omla aa4 CmaaV
13 & $2 OHOEOutiftle.
. i.ts mom fob Missus.
1 'v; sil.ji-a 1
c in ina nn. irvaniifui wtwm
Allies, la Ooaii in Ballon mil
are Here to Sell Goods and are
WHAT WE SAID?
ench. Splendid line of Shoes cheaper than any
Some all Silk Umi Oooda IS cents iter yard,.
ARM 0 N D, Ix
THE PINliST Sl'KINC.S SOl'TU OF SARATOGA.
E. A. LcVENE,
Retail Dealers In-
Ktlllur Anhcvltle Citiien:
That our many friend- muy know how wt
utv RcttlnK on we will it ate that wr took In
In Hotel aw, 8 tore
9,000 In Vive rVeckfis
Took In luat Hntunlny over 7(K, $7ft of
that wna hotel, bn lance at ore. Hotel rcfrla
ttrrd uti thnt day. Hatl o,(MK arrival it In
o month". Ournt ek In mum moth 3M feet
lonv antl In fret wide. Tell the balance of
the world to eome and acr "Old Ched" amlle,
and buy goodi of ua and aavc 10 to Iff. per
nnvlfl Htf ft. R CIIKOKHTItM Kt fU.N.
BUQQIE8, CARRIAGES. BLACKSMITH ING.
To the cHlivna of Aahevllle and vicinity I
wouhl nnnounce thnt nt my ahotM onCollrfre
atn-rt. next 10 wocximirye ataniea, l am Dec
ter prrpared than ever to do worm ta my II
i, HtiKgit ann camnffte man UN
iff and horaa-altoclna in aia
ciiltlea, anil (wnect aatlafaetlon jruarantced.
My workmen are experienced and aktllfMand
my clmorce arc moden ta
novaft d II. mIINItTTR.
Chi cajfOsS: Alton R.R.
PA8TUST ROUTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE 'WEST!
Asherllle to Kansas City In 87 hoars.
Asheylll. to llener In Rl honrs.
Asheville to Han Pranelaco, California, aiid
I'ortliind, OiTKiin, in ft days. n
Solid Vesllhnled Trains 8t. I.onls to Ks)
sns CitT. Heelinina ehnir ear free.
For lull Information call on or writ 3
By A. Newland, .
District Passenger A Kent,
No. 10 I'alton Arc, AsfievlUs, X f
t CIIAMI.TON, O. P. A., Chlc.a.i, III.
A.ltCYlllC, M. C, April U. 18811.
The copartnership here tofnre eitlnf be,
tween ths nndersisnvd, trader the Arm nants
of rtTLMAM CO.. Is this dsy dissolved by
mutual consent. The debts dnc by said Arm
will he paid by Pawrenc Pnlllsm, and th
debts due to told flrm wll be paid fo hm,
and th. business continued by him.
P. C, WADPULI,.
To our patrons of the past i
1 bar this day sold my tntere et and ood
will la the Inssraacs bnslneu la AshsvUI to
Lawrence Pnlllsm, who will caattauc ths ,
business, . I baptsk for him a sosjtlaaaaaa ,
uf your pa iron see.
V. C, WADDBLI.,
aprll dSOd ,