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Hio Ucport ol Trouble Between
'.'imlauJ uud Frauce
Over Alleged Fishery Outrages
In St. George Bay.
The Commander of the French Man-o.
War Interviewed Probably Oi'h'nated
by Kewfouudlaud Merchants V ho Want
to Use the Question for fulltloal Pur
poses of Their Own.
New Yoi;k. Jnne 6.-The Hernl'Vs
Pyiiuey, 0. C, soeoial (fives all lulur
He nelth Oimmiandor Mi.ruuls, of the
Jtuiiou man -of -war Imtre, iu n'tfard to
alleged outrage committed by hi vessel
tipnn tliu British flsllbriuen in St. Ueorgo
Tho rnimnnrulHr savs he cannot un
doi'stuml tire commotion that hiw been
raised by tliu olreuinsuace, as there was
niithiuu unusual in what oteuuroil. The
treaty riKUta ol! the French to tish on
llmt shore have been recognized for 0
Wl,..n tha TlHfkn fl-hiimen tnke up
nil the room a request in mtulo to the
ttvitUli ,.,niim:in,lnr mi tllflt SMtlOll tO
huve the trouble remedied. so tint the
French can have a chnnce. This re
uuest is iilwuvs complied with. Hut this
year there lmM'eiie.1 to he no liiitisn
war vessels ou the coast, and Com
nmndcr Man mi l'..nl to himself reimeit
auuie of the linti-li tWieiinen to make
loom for tin French.
Th-re were in'iibaUv ."Soft nets spread,
nml he olilv riiim-ir.. the removal of
iilmut a dozen. The request was
pioinptlv complied w ith as usual, and
the reports of trouble are unfounded.
These reports jirobulily originate with
the iiicielniits tliere. who have a quar
rel with the Newfoundland authorities,
uud want to use the French fishery
iptertti.iti f -r a political purpobe i if their
own. No trouble between nations can
grow out of such a quarrel.
PUT THEIR FOOT IN IT.
Niufoiiiiillnnil Ielei;ats Iu I.oililiui Ho
Injury to Their Csme.
I.i Pi in, June 0. The Newfoundland
delegates who are iu London in pursu
ance of the endeavor of their govein
lii. 'it to induce the hime government to
free France out of fishim; rtdits and
prinliK'S oil 'he Xewf.iiindlami oat
u:e "earrvi.i( '.ly war into Africa."
The M niiii I'o.-'t. hnvins iticmtiou.
v leiiiiiiked in tiie course of an article
on the lisinrv depute, that the French
liad never interfered with lii itih suit
jects in llriti 'a water-, an iis-i-rtion the
truth i'f which is p neially inlinitted
hen tle ile!.i;ites have lul.livsscd a
Idler to that ap-r il tiyin,' the state
ment. T!i'-,!, ni .1 i- in very s:r"ti-'. not
toay violent. and is Milled
bv tile lull deli :ari.in.
t in.iv In- mi 'ill .ned that the .wress-
i'e 111 Itl'lel' ' ! : He 'll
..,'.itc- is ijuite IU
ilu'.c-ellt alt. tilde of
..-iattire. uud has
a ti.u isiiat they
k.-epinic with la.'
the New: i;ud'a.i.l
tad a I'-et i ''"t u;
Calue lie;..- : !!..;.:.
SWEPT CY A CYCLONE.
Ms lV.i.le .n il killed ami M.my In
jur. .1 ill I'.l ul-llllW. Nell.
Lin'i iii.n. Ni'-.. J'lii ii.-Miei-re ri"
port- fnna !! i a.v. a lnml-t of l""
iiT "i'I-p jtfiu' ;-atiK. a'-iut tii'y miles
w.-t f l.i'icl:i, .t-ifth it th- t"Wii was
iWept aw;., bv a .!;. Six persons
are r. ;'!' I 'ill d a-nl tvuiy-tive or
inure n oiie.l. Iil. raph wires are
duwu ual no i .it t:i ii.a:- can be learned.
Ml Ml v. Nek. .lane . A IW -i"cial
from o j n.,s a cyclone struck the
little tn is t I aw. The place has
uhiiut !"' inhali:..ii.s.
Ne.uiv .-rv i, a-" iu the town is
um tu'l.a.e b. ill blown down. Five
pi iwuis a:e re;, i t. 1 .iiile I outright and
ee-al .th.:'. ha l.y injured. The
'il''. a id slid down.
li.ii l- to rr..l ri'nt I tilliniin.
'x. Ha.. Jin.. !. The fund
raised in lteor"ia f "f the l'tn tit of M
,lel!er-nu 1im. aia nuts to n. arly s.
ihi. In aer:ti'.wUi;;ing ii receipt Mrs.
Iiavis wni. s to i'r. -i lent Calhoun:
"Vottr letter inclosing if I .l.ttf.-C. received
nnd I h ue tra'i-t i I'.-d the ninount to
I. il. I'ayni.. L-ii.. to be iii.te.l in the
Iavi-Land i oiiip.i'iy stwk. 1 did not
cxiwi-t the stock to miirn to my family,
but acc. pt tt with inv sincere thniiks for
the kind fvs hng whiill proliipteil ihe
gift. HuliAe which (.ieorga has ill
wavs i xt. e.s. d for n'.v huslian.l and the
.chisir which thai love' had ut.n his de
clining years has niwave li n a source
of h'ratunde In Ins wile and daughters.
Kest a ure (!.. it we value lids hentnge
as of grwiter wo:'tb than of any other
fiifl yon wuld oiler. l--uevu me, dear
:r, yours respivtlii'ly."
KellUlll. T'S l.e llllllll.
Iti-KfALii, Jun In the ffeiieral
term i.f the iiiipri iim court the iln i-ion
of Judge L'tiib rwissl, of Auburn, iu Ihe
U ininler lialieas corpus casi-. was af
li lined. Ilns iillows the case to go at
once to the court of npln-aW. The only
question at i -sue u wueiner Keinmler
can be legally cxccuti-d by the warden
of Auburn prison.
Killed As. iy From Home.
MnNTH KLLo, lnd Jiiij" Mr. W.
II. Woltli, a former riiumi of Monti
cello. was neclduniallv killed by ls'ing
kiiis ked oil a railroad bridife ill Wirt
Vliguua. His remains arrived at his
former lioni.- for biirwil,
slew a Sln i-lir and Will Hiving.
XAiHlvn.l.r., Teiin., June (1. Iiaiilel
Iks'ler was found guiltv of murder in
the first di gree liv a jury at Knoxville.
lie shot an I Kid. d Shi.Tilf John (rrewti
lee, of tir.iii.er county, in July, lnmi.
One lliindri'd in. I Ttilrly-Mltth Pay.
til the nate Tlie disagreement on the
di "Ml.etil peii'lnn Mil was reported, but
allurwunU withdrawn to be pivsvuiwl to
the huiiae llrsl. A reanlutlnu Ui Investi
gate I lie fulled Status flh commission
went over, Mr. I'tiifh addressed the sen
ate on sllve criticising Hie larllt bill.
Hills ure pa-sl authorizing brewers I
pipe bocr, etc.! also, reel i. ring eertaln
laiiils III Wisconsin 10 Ihu public ilomalil.
Mr. Farwell pnke mi silver. The fiirtlll
cell ins hill was illseusse.l until adjourn.
Inenl, al i p. in.
Ill the limine -After illilmsirf Hilt legl
laHoli, Hie einitusled elis llnii ease nf Ale
Diillie vs. Turplii, of Alabama, was eri
I lend until fiiljniiriiiiifiit, at bill) p. m.
ONE H U NDRE AND T VV ENT Y-ON E.
That Is What .lane tm.re s Is Her
MlLt.WMiKVll.l.r., (hi.. June 5. To the
census Inker, Jane Misirc. a negro uoiiuin
living in this city, gme her age as 12!)
years old. Mr. IMIiiiih, the census man,
i-uestioueil bur eoinu time, anil found the
old woman a regular i,in,clon'illa of the
early days of A mei iiim liiileis nilnice.
Hhe renieinlH'reil Warbiiigton und all of
the fathers. Iliclr liabite aii'l ts'ceiitricl
tles, und hiiiil slie was inauieil and had
cliildin ahott Washington diid. Her
oldest llv Ii g child is N4 yean, old, ami
she lias Iss-n blessed with iwuiity-eevun
otliers. Hhe U Bof r thar) tll, and may
be, as she says, DM years old.
" " ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1890.
Minors Give Iu After fill
Pkoma, ni., June ft. After a struggle
of sis weeks ths striking oual miners
have practically acknowledged their de
feat. Several of the swurars nave ap
plied for work at the mine. More men
are wining towora man cuu now nn-u.
employment. Lack of financial support
hastened the end of the strike, it is
conceded by the miners man ine striae
features here leaves them no hope of
gaining at other places, as this was the
center of the oornpetitiva field.
Iron and Steel Workers.
PlTTSiil'RO. June 6. The annual con
vention of the Amalgamated Association
of Iron and Steel Workers was opened
at Turner hall Tuesday morning. The
new scale will not probably lie presented
to the convention for several days, and
is guarded with great secrecy,
known that many changes will be
known that manv changes will oemaiic,
the most important the advance to he
asked for in hulling. If the scale as re
ported to the convention is adopted. ifO
will be asked for boiling on a two-cent
card, aii'l $7.23 m ft three-cent card,
with fifty cents extra for boiling half
pit? iron and half pot metal and stove
j.i. oilier extras will be charged,
ranging from twenty-five cents to $1 for
castings null runners over seventy-five
i...ihiHj to the niece, and for hot ore nx,
There will be more "extras" in the scale
thi.' vear than usual, owing to the ad
mission of laborers anil common mill
l.nml.. who must he nrovided for.
There will ulso Vie a demand for an
n.leiiiie. in nil de'iartiuents of steel
mills. The men here want a 10i-rcent.
advance all around iu every department.
They will ask for this, and W'ill cuiupro
ini.a tin. matter on the adoption of a
sli.linn scale to be governed during the
vear bv the p. ice of steel.
' Mnnv nf the manufacturers are al-
ri'iuiv slacking up in anticipation of
troll 111 ft.
The Post snvs that notwithstanding
the many reports to the contrary the
wage committee will advise that no
chanu'o whatever lie made iu the scale
,,r i,ri..... Tliev base their arguments
ou the present 'precarious condition of
the iron markets.
An I'liiiiceeHsfiil Conference.
Wuehi.inc. W. Va., June . A con-
felieiert of delegates from the I lilted
Min.. T.aln.rirs of MoUlliLsvilhl. Wheel
ing, Wullaburg and K.lm tirove. with
oiM-raturs. held here, airreed on all the
llelil aere, aiiieeu on in. ni
he scale except the wages of
1 lain rers. 'I he o;ii-rators of-
clmises in the
f. r. .1 Hi .ni n, r dav. and the miners de
mau led ! for I'.ri'vers and l.uoforla-
borerii. The cellferen.e ended ttltel
midnight in disagreement.
t'olniiilm Rlreel Cir Kmpliiyns.
Cii i Miii's. ().. June 0. The 2' em
nloves of the cunsolidaro'l rri-t railway
w -itt on a strike ednesday morning
for in ilier.Mse ill w.'l:' 'S. TheV demand
i cl sixteen cents an hour for conductors.
nit. en cents for drivers and l.-si a day
. fur barn men.
M.iiitrr:il ('mil llenvers.
Mi'Nfmo.M.. .Mine 0. l oal In avers
m.inliei iiij over ion are out mi a strik...
: T lev il' inaud the saiiie pay for day
w rk as niitlit work, thi.t y-tive cents
! Wi.rk of the l ulled I'lesh) lerllliis.
Id iTAi.'i. N. Y.. June il.-In the
United Piv.bitcri.iii general assembly
: v. -ler.lav thelvliol't of 1 he committee oil
r.a.irm w.'is ini.-iniiiiiiiilv adoote'l. A
', ii. titi. .11 to the t.rci'iciit i'.f the I'nited
. Mates was adotiled. asking that he
' -li .nld make a distinct nckimwledtfi1
. ineiit of t hrist as um hiipieuie ruler ol
the nation in the pr.icl.iiuati m issued at
' 'lhanksiiivitij.- time. A resolution was
euilimlie 1 Coinleninilig nil laws relating
to divorce, permitting tlw breaking up
I of marriau" relations on other than
! scriptural gr.in.aK Ueoliition.j favor
j in; 111" n mi of I he llible in public schools
1 and I'linleiutiing secret societies were
j also adopted.
A Miililui ill III Iron M.ikliiR.
i St. Lul l. June . The Shickle. Har
rison it llowanl Iron company, of this
til v. who employ about I.oihi men in
their imn.i'U-e establishment here, have
formed a company to Is. known as the
: ll..w.iril Harri-on Irmi cuinpanv, with a
, capital of isVi '.ono. They will erect an
extensive plant at lVssemer. Ala., and
! go largely into the pipt'-muking blanch
' of tliu iron business. Ih-y go to H. s-
M iner to be nearer the plant of produc
tion of i lii; metal, and nl o to get the ad
William' "f lower fivigiita tuau can be
ol .mined h-re.
' Train smril by a liny.
! I iMtin. Neb., Jiiiin '.. The heroism
of a bov nami..il Mike Haley prevented
a wreck of the L'nioii l'acitic liver Ik
; tweon liere and South imaha at a place
called Summit. Young Haley was re
turning hniae.whi.il lie saw two men
I uuliH. k the switch and turn it. He ran
to South i iinali i and notified the train
' ineii just as the train, which consisted
of twelve coachei, was pulling out.
There was an linu-ually lar.(e numlier
1 1 if passeiig ts mi board, and. had the
I plot Hot binn discovered, the loss of life
must have lvn great.
Teleiillolilliu III Meftlen.
I Citv or Mi::;n ii. June tt. The con
: tracts of the Mexican Telephone coiii
pnuv with tin- l'vderal ami municipal
giiveriiim iits expire in a few days, and
this fact has armi-ed h.uro.au com
panies of France and Uerinauy to enter
the field in opposition to the renewal of
the concessions to the American com
pauv and the HiMtoniatis will have to
make a good tin lit to retain their priv
ileges, without which their business is
of no value whatever.
Cotnrililo Mine Areldents.
LR.irtvn.l.R, Col.. June 0. Engineer
Folk, while repairing a pump in the
Ualligher shaft uf the Mikado company's
niinu-. fell to the lmttoin, a distance of
2011 fist, and Was crushed into tt ha
Ihhs ina-s. '
Thomas Flanlgan was killed and
James u'U'Hitiell badly injured by the
premature explosion of a blast at the
liirdered and Cremated.
Ran Lnt'iri Oiiimn. Cal., June C Tlie
cabin of David Wesley Schiever, neur
Crest on, waa found burned to a-shes and
his Isjilv nearly consumed in it. Evi
deuce showed that the man had lsicn
tuiinlered nud the house set on fire, but
by whom It is not known.
A l.nwyer's Wife Hnlrlilrs.
MiS mm ii 'l is. Minn., June l), Mrs.
Gallagher, witeof ( 'hriatoplier A. Ual hi
gher, a prominent lawyer aiulpolilician,
cut her tl.roal Tuesday night, soon after
retiring, wilh a rn.or, expiring almost im
UieAb'tely. lli-hualtli is assigned as the
The firanl Monument Ftiiid.
Wahiiinotun, June .1. A movenieiit
is on fisil here, iiiiioiig southern men,
who reside In dlllereiit mo tions of tliu
union, to establish a subscription fur the
(Irnnt monument, It seems that New
York will never raise the fund for the
monument to (.Irnnt at Itiverslde park,
and It is now pMism-il that the men who
fought on the oilier side come forward
and make up the additional money that
Is nii'deil. It is said Mime Healthy south
erners ure ipilelly at work on It, and it
is eiHTteil ii large amount will soon lie
mined uud presented to the prosir mr
tiiM. so Hint Ihe long delayed monument
to the memory of (leti. (Irant can be so
cured. "Let us have peace."
JEWS IN RUSSIA
For One Year Their Lot Will Be
Anti-Jewish Measures Tempo
The Linihm Times' Comment on wor
Senillng Two Cruisers to llelirlng. Sea.
Tbe Dnke of Orleiini Pardoned and
Exiled from Kranre What the Panama
Cnnal Would Kurn If Comuleled.
RUSSIA'S ANTI-JEWISH POLICY.
By an Order of the Csar II Is to Be Aban
doned for a Year.
London. June 6.-The czar has issued
a ukase ordering the abandonment of
the Russian an fi-Jewish policy for one
year. This measure is understood to
have been in deference to me uuiuwou
urotests against tlie recent w noiesaie
expulsion of Jewish merchants, lawyers
and oliur prominent iieoirna ........
have taken place in Russian Poland,
southern Russia ni: I otlior parts oi me
The fact that ruy of the officials near
to the cznr were opposed to the harsh
anti-Jewish measure adopted by the
government, liiniieuc."il tlie cuar to gio
coiihideratii m to the protest of the vic
tims of the law with the result of it
THE PANAMA CANAL.
ii l'ruauurtlve Ktiriiliius In Case It Is
I'a ins, Juno (i. The special Tammm
canal commission has prepared a fresh
report on the prospective earnings of the
canal Iu case it is completed. In it the
annual cost of maintenance is placed at
ViOU.ihiO francs. Tlie expenses of ad
ministration are placed at 1,N00,(H)0
francs annually, and the cost of transit
is estimated at lo.ooO.doo francs annn
allv. The ineonu for the first four
vears is estimated at .Vl.SaO.OOO francs.
This is calculated on an average and an
nual tonnage for that period of 410,000
tons, and the proihised rate of charges
per ton Is twelve and one-half francs.
The commission ustiimVs that after the
first four years there wonld be an an
nual increiiBe in the tonnage of S.W.OOO
tons until a maximum tonnage of 6,000,
OiH) should be reached. After the canal
lias been in operation twelve years the
annual U"t receipts, all excuses being
deducted, are estimated at 117,00(1,000
francs. This amount would be distril)
uted Mwecu the present and future
shareholders, in accordance with the
terms of a contract to ! concluded be-twt-cii
the old company and the new.
A BRITISH KICK
Aulli-t I'nele illll Properly Prntrrtlng
Ills llllereets III Hehrlne Sea.
LiiNpuN, Juni. 11. Tim Times declares
that the order to dispatch American
cruisers to liehring sea s,u. 'ks too much
of the methods of the tirst Napoleon in
dealing with vve.ik -tale-men, and that
if the order is ex-cutisl British men-of-war
must f .llow.
We can only imagine," Tlie Times
continues, "thai pressure from Irish
Americans has induced Mr. Maine to
withdraw from his apparent de-ire for a
diplomatic settlement. We Micve that
Km? anil will agree 10 a cmse nine no
I seals in the ojvn sea: but such an ar
rangement must is' international, mm
calinot be iini'-ed upon the world by
American guniK iits at the bidding of
PARDONED AND EXILED,
llnke of (Irleam I"oi i(ln'n and t'onilni led
to the frontier of I'raline,
Pahw, June n. President Carnot has
gvnnted n pardon to the Duke of Or
leans, who was sent to prison on Febru
ary last for violating the dis ree of exile
issued against the incinis-rs of his fam
ily. The a'lke will lie cuuductcd tu the
frontier during the night.
The Tol-tol Helornis.
St. Pkti:iisiu'ihi, June . The Tolstoi
reforms will not W put into ojieiiilion
in six of the provinces until tvtolvr.
The ministers allege that it would Ik
inopmrtiine to introduce the reforms
during the harvest season, but it is re
ported that the present trials discon.-ag"
further cx's-riineiits until six provinces
where they are now working are furl her
The wealthy merchant who was rap
tured by Sli'lllau ' rlgainls near Palermo a
few days ago. has Is-en released by his cap
tors, his friends baring paid the heavy
ransom demanded lor his release.
The French bishop of Iji It. m hells hnv
liigih'i'lluuil the olfer of elevation to the
college of cardinals, It is staled that Iu all
proluiblllty the liisiiop nf Dijon will re
ceive the hat to lie awarded to a French
prelate at the next ceii-istury.
The Journeymen linkers of Vienna have
served notice upon I Heir employers that
unless the price of breiel Is Increased by
next Monday I hey will nrgnmi- s general
strike. Tin' linkers rlalm that the low
price of bread Is used by Ihe masters as a
reason for continuing Ihe present scale of
At Itiimngna. Italy, Tuesday the trial of
thirty thn-e br.Hiiiils was lirgun. The
charges against the prisoners were that
every one of hem is guilty of murder and
robliery In a number of Instances, cover
ing a period of two years and the evldeuce
InsiipiHirt of the iii'i usatiniis is f the
most conclusive character.
(In the Invitation of lliirgomaster Peter
sou Prince llisiuarck, accompanied by the
princess ami their sous, visited Hamburg
Tuesday. The party iuspectud the harbor
and afterward took lunch ut the ollice of
the Hamburg American Packet company.
They met niih an enthusiastic reception
every w!ic re. Prince lllsmurck's unmoor
was hearty anil ciieeriui.
The llerllu cnrrestunileiit of Ths Pally
Nsus sais: "The government is uut likely
tu accede to the s.iiioiis uf the chamber
of euunneuu. asking il to protest agalust
the proposed changes la the Culled States
tariff, Many manufacturers in Saxony
have la-en untitled hy American houses
that their orders will Is cancelled unions
the goods are delivered in America before
t'tah (.itminlRHlnner III.
Ltrri.K Ko K, Ark,, June (I. A ills.
patch from Hojs' says that Judge A. M.
Williams, or the Utah commission, ts
verv III, and his physician has Iweu (lis
patched to his home at Washington.
Mrs. Iiie Per son's Krincdv cnrcil Mrs,
H. 8. Spiers, Comii, Hertford, Co., N.
C. ol ilieiimntism, indigestion, nnd
rrvsirs'las, alter slir hud siilTered lor
years, and could get no relief from utlwr
On vesterdav W. Duke. Sons & Lo, s
brnnc'h of the American Tobncco Com.
nnnv. sliiooed 6.710.000 cignrrttes
These Roods went to thirteen different
Stnt.'S ol Ammrn, nun to h.h, n.m-n,
Australia, New Zealand anil West Indict,
This is the hicirrat sliioment. we are In
formed, ever miide hy this 6rtn in one
day. Durham ban.
Come to the loading Dry
Goods House where you will
always find n fyood stock of
Dry Goods to select from.
Consisting ot iJrilliantines,
Cashmeres, Satines, (ung-
hnins, Lawns, Muslins, la
bio Linen, Towels, &c, an''
everything in tlie Dry Goods
An endless variety of Par
asols from tlie cheapest to
We-have the variety and
disposition to sell at a low
ItOSTIC IHtOS. & W1UG1IT,
No. 11 X. Court Square.
The entire stock ol
Ini liiilint: line bruin In , lluttmis und llri.ee-
l-y-0 NE-THIRO OFFI-1-3
Kc;inltrs nf cot, n wc Intend in tile future
tu keep nothing hut Solid Cold and
Sterling Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main St. AttfievUle.
W.A.Bi.aiu. J.V. Hkows
,No. 3 Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offeriiifjcntroek
bottom priccN. rndertakiiifr
a Hpecial feature. I'alls at
tended day or ninlit.
Telephone, day 7J, night 03
Chlcajfo& Alton R.R
HAHTKaT KDUTU HI
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST)
Asherlttr to Kansss City Is T hours,
A.t.viii ... iiMi.ir in ni houni.
Ashrvlllc to Han Franeisro, tallfornls, and.
1'i.rtliiiid, Oregon, In 0 davs,
Hollil Ves.lbuled Trains W. Louis to Kan!
sn.L'l.v. Hrellnlng ehnlr rsr irre.
For full Infonnalion call on or write to
B. A. Newland,
tilstriet Passenger Agrnt,
No. 10 I'attoa Ave., AshevlUc N.C
J. CHAKI.TON, II. V. A Chicago, III
A second hum! money sunt and one pair
platform scales, isniiuire ni
c. 8. cooriiR,
Or KELLY BTRACHAN
IM PATTUN A VBNUU.
nnnEjj n "nrr-; rsSjilll I
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY,
We claim that these hnncr are cheaper
thiol any olhtrinrc detachable, and anj
number can be used per stick ; Insure a uni
form Inn n of tobacco; more tobacco can be
urn! per barn; tobacco brings better prices;
dots not lirulic ; stulk is not cured, saving
fuel anil time. Any barn can tie used. Sam
ple sent with pamphlet lor 6 cents postngc.
Imiiilre lor them of your storekeeper or
uncut. If Ihiy do not keep them send to us.
Price per noon, with atlckn. M.00
irlce per i.nno, liungera only 4.90
Send cash with order, or goods sent C. O. l.
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO,
HouHtoii, Halifax County, Va.
i 11 luiU'tMl vv ;tm
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. 1
0K-n dully, eicept Sunib.js, Iron. 10 a. m
until I p. m., unil 4 until .1 p.
The terms of suhseriptlna are: One yea.
A mos., $1 tin; .1 mm, $1 ; 1 mo., floets.:
rinily 'J cts.
Officers for IKlto I'residcnl, Charles W.
Woolsey; Vlce.l'residenl, Thus A. Jones; Sec.
nnd Treasurer, II. S. Wntson; Librariun. Mis.
Citlirn. nml visitors are cordially Invited
to in.tKCt the rntnloeur and inserllie thci.
nnmrs a. n.emliers. janaodtf
Street Car Schedule.
ncginnlng at 7 a. m. limiing to.oo p.
Cur leaves Sii.i.re for all points on the
hour, nnd twenty and forty minutes there
Schedule ears eonnect at Siuiire.
Trnln rnr nml baggiige car meet everv
-uin. line vulise allowed each passenger
Baggage transierretl from all points In Un
ity for Ufl cents.
TUB ASIII'.VII.I.H STKHKT RV. Co.
New house, newly fiirnlnheil. all modern
improvements, large room., good tuble.
MRS. IM. C. (iOODE,
53 ColUce St.
Ashcv.llr. N C, Apnl II, I ssl'
The eopnrinrrship hireiofore existing he
twern the uinlrrsignrd. under the Arm name
of I'd. I.I AM ni CO., Is this dnyillssolved by
mutual consent. The debts dae by said Arm
will Ik paid by Lawrence Pnlllam. nnd the
debts due to said Arm will be paid to him
and the business continued hy him.
I. C. WAUDKI.L.
To our pa.nin. of the past :
I have this day sold my interest and good
will In the Insurance business In Asheville tn
Lawrence I'ulliam, who will continue the
business. I bespeak lor him a continuance
of your pntronnge.
D. C. WAIHllil.L.
Bt virtue of A trlcrtrl of tnit fiwiiUd to mt
on the ait tlnv t Auiitit. 1 Mt, hy J.
Urummunu nnd Flora I, itrutntnotiil, ni
wiff, to wet hit the imymrnt of the num ol
Kiirht lliiiiilrcd il nil Ms I'ftit v.dfvrn t Killnr-
n ml Thirtv-Threc Cent. Irrnniiu interest nl
(tcr crnt. from pniil ilnte, I wtll orli-r for mi It
to the hi k lien! htiltler foreimh. nt the court
hoMur iloor In the cttv of Athrville, on the
1th ilay of June. Hm, n itrttttn titce or
on reel of land. nituAtrtl on Vnltey treel In thr
citv 01 Afineviiie, tnriiriiiiiny orfU'riiMn in
Mild deen of tnmt, rrffUtered In the HrgiHtrr i
omcc tu Hook H nnd on imue n.
UDMl Nlt II. NOKVIil.Ie,
Ala bargain, or A Milk Cows. Apph la-
twevn 1! unit 3 o'clock at
I no Charlotte Htrert
Hrglstcre.1 Jersey Hull for service. I'rict
t.1 oo, guaranteed. ma.vt dtf
ATLANTIC COAST LINK
On and after this date thr folhiwlnff ached
ules will lie run over Its "Columbia Division.'
No. OH lnvrs I'oltimliln" A.UO p. m
Arrives at Charleston u.ao p. m
No. (13 I.riivr. Chnrli .li.il 7.10 a. m
Arrives at Columbia 1 1 .an a m
Cnnnretins will, trains tn and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia Ar Au
gusta and Columbia at Ureruvillc Hallronds,
T. M. KMRHKON, Oen. Pass. Alt
J. P. fiRViNK. a sunt.
Pslsci Stcamcss. Low RTt
Four Trip. pr wtt a.) e"n
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
riuK.HAuh Mr Mi in, nd Lttk
lliirort W ijr ifurii,
livery Wwrn Vmy IMIwmii
OETfJOII AND CLEVLLANrt
rl.. '.Mjr Ti.. Sh.i Im,., i.,, A..M. MS
. DesSl Dell Lit . B..m
OhlC .C.) AND nr. J0SliH. MX:
O in iLLU!)Tiia tj H r
I II" . 'I I nor, 1 tt ); W, .
h' i tm.-'l'l, k Salter.
I. II. willli.i.Mli.ii, H a.. 0 in o i .,
ttvt and CievehinU ktearn .,.. Oi;
TO WEAK TJEl
VnSSrtrie foal tb. .SSe. of rnwttiNI .u.i. mt.1
4wr. WMllae woakBNN, lnalmMibnoil. of.., I WlL
ssnd s nloabl tnMlnlM.lisll eonlalnlat Mil
pMtlenlsrsfnrbom.enrs, FRUef rhsrsa. A
elnKlld BMtfMial work 1 .lionld b. nad by .nn
awa vks) is an 11 si sa Mrtlltar4. Addrraa,
Ms. W, V. nmo, sss.aa, Cssssv,
aotS daiw ly
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern flrst elnss hotel. Hot and cold water nnd baths nnd toilets on every Moor.
I'lei tr I- hen. 1 le " ewv room. Open re In onier nnd grates In bed rooms. Other, din ng
r;!:.m',nchVlVun"l"Vcigr and new. ...ml 'S'jr. h."u
trie s.reet curs pas. uoor every i.-o minuic.,
iio minutes lor menis.
RATIOS, fi.00 PliR DAV.
A. G. IIAIXYBURTON,Prop.
IIHVAN and WAI.Ti:R BWiKKi CU'rkM.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell bounty, N. C.
RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE
A short distance from the foot of the I'lnnncle of tlie IHtie Kblgc, from which bnlsnmic
lincics sre constnntly blowing. The scenery
water purr nml nbiimlnnt.
ITIIIA WATIiR A I'BW rVriil'S I'KOM
lil.lX'TKIC HIU.I.S AND II ATI I Kill) MS.
HPI'X-IAI. KAT1-.H tilVlCN TO VAMILIKK.
opens June int. For Terms, acldrreaM
WINE AND LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN THK STATU.
FINIS SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. 4. MAROI'AftT. Sf'K'r. I
I KNOW Tlmt im.v iiiiin may write for catnloKues, jiriceH
nml terms to the iii.-iimfiii turers jind inusie:
houses of the eountry ; ,
I KNOW That the STKINWAY 1MAXO is the neknowl-
tlie ufeney for it.
I KNOW That I have Orjiiins and Pianos eontimiall.v in
stork to please all
I KNOW That I am anxious to please evervliody with
my priees anil all
ASK Is that you jjive me a
RICHMOND & 0AI1VILLE R. R. CO.
Western North Carolina IHvislon
I'AHSKNOliK TKAIN 8C II HIH'I.K
lis KerscT March 'J.'li
7Ath Merlill-'in time used when not otherwise
Ilimh mrr. I
P.'l-'nm I louopm
.I.IOpm I AlAnml
loAprnf T 3.1am
" Wtlmluaton .loopm I
l.vnihliurii. I !l aopml 1 a A.liim
" Wsnhltietnn 7lop.nl HAI.nm
' Hal.lmore, MAiipml aurmni
" I'hlla., II aopml lo7am
" New York. njoinnl I anion
WKSTIIII.'NI.. I No. AO I No. AU
I tmlly. I Imllv.
I.V. New Vork." I 111 lAnm I tlopm
" I'hlllt., I 7Uoil.nl aA7im
" l.allimnrr, tl tAnm I HMopm
" Wa.hliiKl'n 1 1 '.Minn 1 1 1 00.1111
' l.ncliliuru, A4opml A.I7aui
" Mlehitinnil, I :100pm I iiaouml
liunvlllr, H4opml aoAnml
I a snnin 1 1 1 UAmm
1W11..1I 4 J2m
A. At K. K. K.
I No A4
iliit Hnrinas, Are 1 M 40 p ni
shrvillr, Arr. 7oo pm
llrndi rsonville, " iao7pm
1J'J pinl "
" Nil. IsTjIlally eawpt Sunila.n ' No.'"i7
SAA p m
I AA p tn
A a m
0 10 a 111
!0 pml "
Nos. A.) and At. Pullman Rleepers ttctween
Orrenshoro and Monistown.
Nos. AJ and Aa rullmnn Flitfrt aleelilnu
Cnrslu'twern Mot Kpiin.s and Wnshinuinn.
Asncvine is urruKiiut aiauon lor No. no.
" Dinner " " " A.'l.
Hickory Is " Aa.
W. A. WINI1I1KN. II. I A ,
Asheville. N. C.
JAM, L. TAVl.tlM.lt. I. A.,
v asninaton, ... v.
Kdltor Ashevlllt Clti.en:
That oar many Mends may know how we
are getting on wc will slate thai we look In
In lintel snii HI ore
9,000 III Vive YVrck.
Took In Inst Hatunlay over 7(Hi, 7A 1.1
that was hotel, balance store, Hotel rois
tered as that day. Had 8.11110 arrivals In
A month., Our at'rk Is innimn.ilh Alio feet
lona-anu lAfwl wl.le. Tell the l,l,.me or
tbe world to enmr and see "Old Chl" .nil.
and buy aooda nl u. and save 10 to as per
H R. CHKIIHMTHH H, HON.
A NIIW I'Kllli, carrlhlly prepnrtil hv lead
J!"" m:m"" ' the 'asheville bar Ton
erlna all DeiYssary points, ju.t out and now
ma CrT "in"? Sk? thi .'"" KSiKsT
ran in no. a North Cnnrt Hqaare, (l.alet
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
is piclurcsiuc, walks w.hl nnd varied, anil
J. Bl'LOW ERWINi Proprietor,
43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C!
of the world, und that I hnvf
liona tide purehasers.
FALK, 33 North Main Hi.
llonalaa' aaiD. and
UnUltUH r,r l, .r. .Tm.l
bollom. If the dealer eannol supply jroa.
semi dlraot to factory, nctoslnsj UTUWei
iiampH es ut
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLKMtN.
Pine Calf, lleavr Laesd Grain sad OrassV
Sliest In lha world. Fiamlna nli
a.oo .ir.Ni iNB iiANii-si' tvr.n HHOaV
S.IWI IIAStk-UHWeil UUI T K II OH.
:l.A0 I'OI.K'E ANI) PAKMF.Ka'JillOaV
I'l.An KITHA VAI.I1V.
).'!!. k WOKKINQMFyN'a anoRa,
i.itf. ai.r aitiK.
M IIOOL. NUOM.
an.uo ano sii.in iiiivn- m iiiiu
An luaile in ronnnMA, Ril.Uin And
$3 & $2 SHOES uTd..
MA SROR FOK MIHNF.A
est Material. Best Style. Best flttfaa.
W. l Uifcalaa. Brecktoa. of ass. Sola af
WKAVEH V MYERS.
Apply to us during the Incoming week to
rent Ihe Rock Qunrry ou, the opposite side
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
NINK TKNIiMIINT IIOI'HKB
niiir by. A good rock man cun get a bar
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
f Vi-v'ii: ,isi..n