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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 0, 1890.
fConflrmatlon ot the Cyclone Dig
' ' aster at Bradsliaw Neb.
Only a Paw of tbe Residences
Twelve People Killed and a Large
.vera of Whom Will Probably Die.
,. aUlttta With TcnU and Supplies Or-
dared There Nlo. Beported KlUed In
Busslau Settlanjesss Dod.rweod and
Vattn, Iowa, Inundated By a Cloud'
arurst Storms and . Floods al Other
A Kate Report Fm th krol of thr
Lraooui, Nek, Jane 7. Report from
Brndshaw oonfliia tba original state-
ment of the (Instruction of the villaa of
Bradshnw by a cyclone, on Tuesday
evening. It is, or whs a email prairie
town of nbout 500 inhabitants, of which
now nothing rumaiiw except some real
deuces in tho western portion, of which
the window are broken and content
The special train with physicians
wblcu left here has ruturneil. 1 he uoc
tors report twelve portions killed and
nhnur. tVHiit'-i)iirt Ki'riituslv hurt.
Governor Thayer has ordered militia
to the scene wit li teuts Hnd supplies for
the anttercrs. The Statu Journal has
oiened a subscription, and contributions
are being lioeraiiy inaao,
The village lies sixty miles west of
this city, on the JJubTaaka railway.
Th list of dead so for as reported.
and believed to be complete, is as fol
Child of J. Bromsev.
Wife and child f ltaac Penuor, living
m rne country.
Child of Air. Chnpln.
Two members of Air. Shaw's family,
living in tiie country. .
Wife and child of Mr. Miuke and
Dr. O. M. Moore.
Mrs. Alexander Miller.
Mr. and JJra. John Babcock.
Mr. and Mrs. John liruiuM-y.
Mrs. Chapin. wife of the Burlington
anil Missouri river aivut.
Fnnr members of tho Cutshaw family.
Miss Nellie Dnroy,
Mr. and Mrs. Williamson.
14. D. Imuran, wife and two children.
Tyler Colby and many others.
Of the injured the pliyskinns believe
that t-Liht ure mortally woundi d.
A Ku-htu settlement near the town
whs destroyed, ami nine are reported to
hare been killed tliere.
Floods at L'hderwood and Weston Else
where la the State.
Corscit. Blitf, Iowa. June 7. A
devastating cloud-burbt constitutes the
third ferrule storm that has visited this
section tliis week. A special to The
ISonpareil. from Underwood, fifteen
miles north of this city, status thntulxnit
Si o'clock Wednesday morning a clond
burst some miles north of there, nearly
over Mcwruito creek.
The Little City Deluged.
Lnto in the evening a heavy rain set
In, growing fierce aa the night ad
vanced, bhortly aftiT 8 o'clock an iiu
memw cloud wue otervel by the terri
fied villagers oomltig up from the west.
An it pu-sinl from tho north it seenieillio
bnrst iti fury. The valley of Momiito
creek received this deluge. Before clay
break the flood had deluged the little
city, which lies on a flat, and all but en
A Pitiable Sight.
When dnr broke the lower ami the
western half of the town presented a
pitiable plight. Scores of dwellings
were totally wrecked, while others are
twisted from their foundations. At
noon tno waters of Mosquito creek reg
istered twenty-five feet above high water
mark. The lower part of the city is
standing in ton feet of water. It is im
possible to estimate the damage.
Batlroads Suffer Considerable,
Two miles of the Rock Hand track
above Underwood and for a distance be
low is submerged and prolwibly washed
away. The Milwaukee and St. Paul,
which parallels to Rock Mand, is an
equal loser. The bridges of both roads
are swept away three miles alxjve Un
derwood. Tho dwelling of Joseph Bar
rier was wrecked, and its occupants tiar
nowly escaped drowning. A large num
ber of cattle and hogs were drowned.
The total loss In Underwood and vicin
ity will aggregate $130,000.
Another special from Weston, a vil
lage seven miles below Underwood, on
the Mosunito creek, shows that th dam
age there Is not less great. The beet
purl of the town is under from five to
Fifteen feet of water. A line of corn
crilis containing Hio.iwO bushels are
nndor water, and will probably be a
total loss. Heavy loss of entile and
sheep are reported. The track and
bridge of the Rock Wand and Mil
waukee roads are gone. The flour mill
at Uowsville, three miles below, is a
total wreck. Los ftlU.UUO. The total
loss about Weston will reach 1 00,000.
At Menla and Persia,
Further advice to Th Nonpareil
from higher tip tha valley. At Neola,
and as far a Persia, on the line of the
Milwuukee road, the storm raged with
lavage effect. At Persia th Farmer'
Alliance lumber yard lose (7,000. Mos
quito creek 1 mile wide, and is doing
much damage. Th loss will reach
The flood on Momiuito creek, which
. mptifl into the Mixsonri at this point,
! reached Council Bin lis about noon
. Wodncsduy. The river reached high
' Water at 1 o'clock, and it was eight feet
above at S o'clock, and was still rising.
, i The . valley, which varies to a mile
wide, is under water to a depth of iif-
: ' teen feet. The indications ar that this
Valley for 4 tliiiUuioo of thirty mile is
snrrniertfoA The trrrm rf rne. MIL
wauWi and Hock Island are washed oat
1 for distance of twenty luilr. Th
j , bridge are all gone. It will b fir day
. . Wore trains ran leave or enter the city.
1 ' The entire damage is variously eetimat-
I , d at from tUlW.OOO toH00,000. No loeja
,. ,of Ufa 1 yet, reported.
!! ,Tlelarly ef Areea, I ;' ,
n.iAl00 Iowa,. Jnnt. Tuesday: and
, Wednesday a hoary rainfall ' has
.' flooded this locality,' ' aneoinnanlaft by
hall, high winds Had lightning. The
' Bot hua valley iuiw uaxrioa a stream one
to twc-tmbsl VUe, whit 4t U isrdinarily
not ovnr twenty fret wide. A large.
, 1 "rT" baa bo k sjid many
small Wna from wind and lightning
' , V rWsrtxL itssssiv wuhonta on
the railroads are reported between hore
sua council duns.
Beawtek Beports a Cyclone.
Alcona. Iowa. June T. During a rain
storm that ocourred her a cyclone is re
ported to have struck Ren wick, a town
on the Chicago and Northwestern rail'
road, south of here, demolishing several
Duuaings ana Wowing away tne rail
road bridge across the Boone river.
Trains were all delaved. A farmer and
his wife were killed two miles west of
McGregor. Iowa. June 7. About
O'clock Wednesday morning McGregor
was visited by terrino rain storm.
Fifty-six trees about the park were
broken and torn from the roots. The
roof of the opera house was partially
Great Dnmag. Done te Crops and Rail
roads In the l'lum hirer Bottoms.
Mou.nt Cahroll, 111,, June 7. There
were no trains through here vN edneeday
owing to the high water iu Plum river.
which is now thirty-five feet above low
water mark, the highest point reached
in twenty-eight years. The bridge near
Savanna, over this stream, la unsafe,
and a wreck on the Racine and Worth
western, near Florence, is reported.
Many acres of corn, oats and pasture on
the Plum river bottoms are flooded.
Many thousands of dollars damage al'
ready reported, and the storm has not
THE TURNERS AGAIN.
Deadly Conflict With a Sheriff's Fosse.
Loi'lsvru.E, Ky., June 7. On last
Monday a number of the Turners of
Hurloia comity left in two wagons en
route to Lee county, Vs., to move Wils
Turner's father to Harlan. They took
with them a Winchester apiece. At
John Carter's, a mile from Turner's
father's, they shot Carter s dog and fired
their guns Indiscriminately.
The next day Curter got a warrant for
Bob Howard, who killed the dog, and
put it in the hands of an officer, and
told the officer what kind of a crowd he
would have to deal with. The officer
proceeded at once to summon a lot of
men to help him make the arrest. When
they came up with the Turners a tight
ensued. The result was that two were
killed snd three wounded. Jim Turner
and Ed. Pace were instantly killed.
Bub Statdeton was the ouly one of the
posse nun, ami ne not senousiy.
A Deputation of Scotchmen Wants Re
strictions Placed t'pon Them.
London, June 7. A Scotch deputa-
has. waited on the Right Hon. Henry
Chaplin, president of the board of agri'
ulttire, and asked that the restrictions
1'laced noon the importation of Ameri
can cattie into ureal tin tain may ue
The principal arguments in support of
their request presented by the delegates
were tne present scarcity in i treat urn
am of "store cattle and the freedom of
pneumonia now enjoyed by the Anieri
In reply to the delegation Mr. Chaplin
said that the majority of the farmers
favored the continuance of the existing
restrictive regulations, ami that lie could
not bold out the slightest ho of their
modification, notwithstanding the ab
sence of dii-vase in American cattle.
DEADLY ICE CREAM.
Many People at . Jacob, III., mdotibt-
edly I'oUoncd bjr Partaking.
Hiiiilam, III., June 7. bt. Jacob, a
small town five miles west of here, has
what seems to be a wholesale poisoning.
Sunday about seventy persons partwk
of ice cream, and Monday all of the
complained of severe pains. Although
there am no very critical cases, several
are suffering severely. Dr. Warner
Schmidt, of tills city, has gone to St.
Jacob to get some of the cream, if possi
ble, for aiuilj'Ms,
Vonr Men Seriously Barned.
PrrThRrilo, June 7. Wednesday after
noon a converting vessel at the Alle
gheny Bessemer Steel works was upset
and the outpouring metal exploded by
coming iu contact with the wet bottom
of the pit. pour men working near were
burned, one, Oconto Dales, fatally, an
other, Thomas Holland, prolwbly fatal
ly, and two, John bagers and Martin
Peters, seriously injured. Tba fuel pit
man is suid to have caused the accident
by tipping the laddie too soon.
Arrested Without Cause.
Chicago, June 7. Maiser, the man
arrested on a charge of placing the al
leged d) munite bomb under the Hay.
market monument, has sued the iuwr
intendent and other otticiol of the po
lice dejuirtmeiit for damage for false
imprisonment. He was released by
jTudge Tulley with a rebuke to the offi
cers who arrested him withont cause.
Cleretonds to Hainan at Marlon, Mass.
Boston, June 7. Mrs. Cleveland has
arrived in Marion, and will siend the
summer there. The ex-president has
leased a house at the lower village.
One Hundred and Thlrtjr-Sevenlh Day.
In ths senate A resolution to Investi
gate th fish coiniulsMon was agreed to.
A select committee eras announced on th
bill for a National university. The fori I
flrstlnne bill was taken up and passed.
Certain corrections in ths MrKlnler ad-
niliiistratlve hill nrra sgreeil to, and after
some unimportant legislation ths senate
In the h.ue The conference report on
the nrniy sppropriatlou bill was agreed to.
A further conlercnc was ordereil on th
deiendent peiwlon hill. Th McUuflle
Turpin comcsteel election case was re
sumed and Mi UuIHe seated, after which
th hous adjourned.
he Noskred To Ml(h.
A young fellow was inquiring of Offi
cer Button at the Third street depot
about the tram for th north, when th
officer queried in return)
"Didn't yon com in this mornlnaT
"With a young woman."
"I thought so, I took you for a bridal
"Yes, so we wore."
"And you am going book aloner
"That what's th matte. Wewer
married day before yestnrday and cam
her on tour. 81r9waall right when
we got here, but in about an hour w
had a fuss. Hhe wanted diamond ring,
and I couldn't buy it. Diamonds! Just
think of itl I've got $20 in cash and
twenty acre of land, and expect to bar
to live on bean for th next six months
to pull through."
"When Is sh nowT
"Over at the hotel. I loft her money
to pay her bill and get home, and sh
can stay or oome. Better hava this thing
decided at tlx start, yoa know. Bom
folks ar built to wear diamond, and
soma to eat Johnny cake, I'm a johnny
cakiai There's my train. If sh comes
in to tak th next Just an her aboard,
but don't enconrag her any. It's a row
to so who shall boss, and ths best man
Is going to win." Detroit fre Press.
Mettrfl. Dillon and Gladstone Dls
cusn the Situation
While Most of the Other Mem
bers Witness the Derby.
Two Yankee Cattle Drorers Fight a Duel
With Rasnrs la London Arnauts and
Servians Meet on the frontier Many of
the Latter Killed The Duke of Orleans
In Brussels J''oreln.
THE IRI8H SITUATION.
John Dillon and the Grand Old Man Dis
cuss It at Flawarilen.
London, June 7. While nine-tenths
of the members of the house of coin
mons were witnessing the derby Mr.
John Dillon and Mr. Gladstone wer en
gaged In an exchange of views on th
Irish situation, at Hawarden castle. It
was Mr. Dillon's flint visit to the x-
premier, who drew his visitor into
long conversation, touching the change
which bad taken place in Ireland in re
cent years and the causes thereof.
Mr. Dillon eirexsed th opinion that
tne insn paopie wno were now naaical
hsd been mostly Tories until 1867, when
the tide ol Hndu-allsm set in. Mr.
Gladstone inquired of Mr. Dillon as to
the general political opinions of the peo
ple of Ireland outside of the question of
Home Kiue. ana aispiayea a surprising
degree of anxiety for speciflo Informa
tion on that point in nls manner of put
ting ine question.
DUEL WITri RAZORS.
Two American Cattle Drorers la Loadoa
Carre Kaeh Other,
Two cattle drovers from America.
Gallagher, of New York, and Wallis.
of Boston, became involved in a quarrel
in an East End resort and finally agreed
to settle the dispute with the weapons
wnicn tliey were provided. The
weapons were razors, with which the
enraged men cut and slashed on an
other m a frightful manner, while the
xcited stwotators, of the lowest stand'
ard of morality, encouraged them with
shouts of aptiroval aa one or th other
would millet a partlcnlarlv severe cut
ujion nis adversary. The fight ended in
a draw, both men bebig too weak from
loss of blood to continue. Their wounds
ar very serious, und m-y prove fatal.
THE DUKE OF ORLEANS
Attire In Brawls A Manifest to
Brvrski. June 7. On his arrival
here the Duke of Orleans was met at the
station by the royal carriage, in which
he was driven In the palace, where he
breakfasted with King Leopold. He
ha taken a house in the west end of
London for the season, where he will
give a series of entertainment.
1 ne Duke or lirlenns. in a manifesto
to French conscripts, says: Tbe sorrows
r exile sre a mere exenang lor caiieir
ity. His ardent desire to serve the
country is nuchauged. He asks his dear
Comrade to keep a tlaee for him, and
he will come und take it "for God and
DYNAMITE IN A MONASTERY.
Orand Chartrrnse, MearOrenoble, France,
Pakis, June 7. The famous monas
tery. Grand Chartrenre, fourteen miles
distant from Grenoble, In the detutrt-
uient of Isere, has been partially
wrecked by Mng blown up with dvnn-
mite. The outrage is Wlieved to be the
work of persons living in th vicinitv of
the monastery who were inrense.l liv
their failure to extort money fioiu the
monks by blackmail.
A BLOODY FIGHT
On the Servian Frontier Between Arnauts
Beuirapf., June 7. A M.odv fight
between Arnauts am Servians has taken
place on the Servian frontier. Hie Ot
toman and Servian governments have
telegraphed orders for an imiuirr into
me Miiair. Aiir H'ei miieiil l llliormeil
that the Arnauts ki'M fifteen and
wutindt-d thirtv.live .lirthtintta n.l.l.n.1
the dead and violated the women.
In Tnrklstan and other trsns-Cssnlnn
provinces a line yield of cotton has hren
secured from American seed.
Th (ii-rn.sn fanners hsva formed a
nion to protect the small agriculturist
against the oppressions of the larger ones.
Thr Austrian government has positively
refused to allow th I'aii-Slsvists to hold
heir proposed congress on Austrian terri
Th National Swiss council has almost
unanimously adopted the nrinclul of
stat insurance against illness aud acci
The newly completed railway which
connects I jike Lugano with th summit
of Mount ttrueroe has Iteen opened to lb
In Southern Russia there has hren d la-
covered, In ths bed of th river Boosts, a
silver lead which yields 43 par cent, of
A Hamburg firm has entrusted Cant.
Hartmann with the omninand of an xd.
ditlnn to Southern t'amaronn. Th ob
ject I to oien commercial intereoum
with ths Interior.
M. D Leewps presided at th Buas
canal meeting. Th annual report an
nounced that the profits for las) amounted
to r,8U,ftiS francs. Th net dividend was
eighty-live francs per share. Tb receipts
from night t radio amounted to TI per
eent. of ths total, atfalnst 8 par eetit, in
Brochhsus of llpoJcuaa secured th
coveted rights for tb publication of th
big book Kndn Pasha la writing about
his life and discovert ea In Africa. Xiuln
accepted th publisher's big offer, but
cent word that It would fa some Uui ba
ton b could ooruplete th book, partloo
bsrly aa tb new exelitlon that has taken
him into th Interior again, will for tb
present demand about aM hlstim and
Seneetlenal Sal side.
Motrntoei, Ool-, June 7. When th
Salt Lak xpre drew Into the depot
man stepped fmrn the car to tha putt
form, and, putting revolver to bis
temple, blew out his brains. Upon hi
person wer found two express receipts
dated St. Louis, Mo., and mads out to
Charles Bohs. one in them addressed to
Fred. B. Doha, at Dnrdun, Ma, and tb
other to some person at Deluravis, Mo,
Mr. C. Pittmnn, Stack Creek, N. C.
had a bad sort ra, caused by a wound
received during this war, and which had
Iteen sore ever since. He wns cured by
usinK Mr. Jo Person' Kemedy and
An Alliance In Davidson count ha ex
pelled their president upon the following
charge)- "First for using language in
open Alliance calculated to disorganize;
second, for denouncing our state organ,
the Progreasive Parmer; third, for nut
ting wrong constructionson tbe demands
made by the Alliance for the purpose, a
we think, of misleading tbe members."
Come to the leading Dry
Goods House where you wil!
always find a good stock oi
Dry Goods to select from
Consisting of Brilliantines
Cashmeres, Satines, Ging
hams, Lawns, MuhIuih, Ta
ble Linen, Towels, &c, and
everything in the Dry Goods
An endloss variety of Par
asols from the cheapest to
We have the variety and
disposfeion to sell at a low
BOSTIC BROS. & WRIGHT,
No. 11 N. Court Square.
The entire stock ol
Including- One Uroochcs, nuttona and Hrace
1-J3-0 N E-T H I R D OFFKL-3
RcKsnllrss of coat, as we Intend in the futurr
to keep nothing but Solid Gold and
Sterling Rllvcr Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main St. Aabelllc.
YV. A. Blair. J. V. BnowN
No, 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLDtTAND
We are now ready, and in
ite our friends und the pub
ic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature, tans at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night G5
BLAIR & BROWN.
Chicago a Alton R.R
PAITHT ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AKO THE WEST!
Ashevllle to Kansas City hi ST h.urs.
A.hevllle to Denver ha ftl honre.
Ashevllle to Sao Francisco, California, and
Portland, Oregon. In 6 dave.
SailiJ Vest Ibuled Trains at. t.ools to Kan
sascitr. Reclining enair ear rree.
for fall lanrmeuo call oa or write to
1 ., Be AsNewland,
District Paenenger Agent,
Mo. 10 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C.
f . CHARLTON, O. P. A., Chicago, 111.
A Prvond hand monpv Mile and oh Mir
Visauvrial aw n rrw, nnnmrr ni
C S. UMirER,
Or ICKLLY 4k STUACIIAN,
8 PATTON AVBNUB.
WO O TO N'S
PATENT IVlmE i.
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAYES ONLY.
We claim that tbese hangers are cheaper
than an other; are detachable, and maj
numlier can be need per stick ; Insure a uni
form barn of tobacco; more tobacco eaa be
cured per barn; tobacco brings better prices
docs not bruise ; stalk is not cured, saving
fuel and time. Any bnm can be used. 8am'
pie sent with pamphlet for 6 cents postage.
Inquire for them of your storekeeper or
agent. If they do not keep them send to us.
Price per 1,000, with atlcka, Vs.oo
Price per 1,000, kansTera only 4.50
dcud cash with order, or goods seat C. O.
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'6 CO.
Houston. Halifax County. Va.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATT0N AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. )
Open dally, cicrpt Sundays, from 10 a. m
until 1 p. in., snd until 6 p.
The terme or subscription are: One year
$3:6 no.., f 1.80; 8 mo.., 1 ; 1 mo., SOcts.
daily 3 cts.
Officers for 1HUO President, Charles
Woolsey ; Vice-President, Thos. A. Jones ; flee
and Treasurer, P. 8. Wataon ; Librarian, hi lee
B. J. Hatch.
Citisene and visitors arc cordially Invited
to Inspect the catalogue and Inscribe their
names as members. JanaOdtf
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7 a. m. Bnding 10.00 p.
Car leaves Square for all points on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there-
Schedule cars connect at Bqaarc
Tram ear and baggage car meet evere
train. One valise allowed each passenger.
Baggage transferred from all points In the
city for 3d cents.
THR ARHEV1LLB 8TRBBT RV. CO.
New house, newly furnished, all modern
Improvements, large rooms, good table.
MRS. 91. C. GOODS,
53 College St.
Ashevllle, N. C, April 11, 18H9,
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, under the firm name
of PULLIAM CO., is this daydieaolved by
mutual consent. The debts da by said Arm
will be paid by Lawrence Pulllam, and the
debts due to eald firm will be paid to him
aad th business continued by him.
D. C. WADDBLL.
To our patrons of the past :
1 have this day sold my Interest and good
will in the Insurance business la Ashevlllc'to
Lawrence Pulllam, who will continue the
business. 1 bespeak for him a continuance
of roar patronage.
D. C. WADDBLL.
Bv Tfrtue of si deed of trust executed ta ne
on the 3Mt dajr of Aamiit, lftft6, byj. A.
imiinniuDu inu riurm a, ininniona, nil
wtfe, to sees re tbe payment of the ram of
K.Kht Huudrrfl and Heventv
and Thirty-Thrre Cents, bearin,
ty-Tbrce Cents, besritia
; intercut at
oer cent, from said
rent, from said date, 1 wtuoflcr for sale
to the higbent bidder for cash, at the court
house door in the city of Asheville, on the
14th day of Jane, into, a certain piece or
parcel oi isno, situated on vaiiey street in the
city of Aibcville. oarticularlv described in
airl deed of trust, registered In the Kegistrr's
umcc in book n ana on page tin,
bdmun6 b. Noivm.u
At a bargain, 4 or 5 Milk Cows. Apply be-
tween 3 and a otlock at
180 Charlotte Street.
Registered Jersey Bull for service. Price
8.QO. gusranteed. may dtf
jTLAmc Coast limb
On and after this date the following eched.
ale. will be ran over Ite "Columbia Division."
No. fiSLeavea Columbia fi.ao p, ra
Arrlvre atCharlestoa...... 9.30 p. m.
No. Sa Leave. Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia 11. SA a. m.
Connecting with trains to ud Smm -n
polnteoa the Charlotte, Columbia St Au
gusta and CohunMa e OreeavllM Railroads.
T. M. BMRRRON, Oea. Pass, Art.
J. P. DBVINB. Ca ni
Pataoi IkTCaHiaa. Low Ratcs.
Veer Trips Bee Wash BWlwssa
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Hmroa w-ijr fort.
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
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GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central PoMeniger Depot
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern first class hotel. Rot and cold water and baths and toilets on every "floor.
KleptHr hells in everv room. ' One fire In office and arratr. en'heel nwin.. . )w. Aiminw
room, lunch counter. ciKar and news stand
trie street cars pnss door every 30 minutes,
:u minutes lor meats.
RATES, rOO FBR DAY.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. M. RRVAM arid WALTKR GREEN, Clerka.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL.,
McDowell rouuty, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM . ASHEVILLE ON
A short distance from the foot of the Pinnacle of the Illue Ridge, from which balsamic
breeses are constantly blowing. The scenery
water pure aad abundant.
LITHIA WATER A PBW 8TB PS PROM
Opens Jane iat. For Terra a, address
WINE AND . LIQUOR STORE
II THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM
,. 4. MA.ocA.nrr. ---r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, R. C!
I KNOW That any man may write for catalogues, prices
and terms to the manufacturers and music
houses of the country ;
I KNOW That the STEIN
edged Standard of
the agency for it.
I KNOW That I have Organs anil Pianos continually in
stock to please all
I KNOW That I am anxious to please everybody with
my prices and nil
I ASK Is that you give me
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Western North Carolina Division.
PA8SBNUBR TRAIN RCHBtlt'LB
(Is Bppbct March 3.11
75th Meridian time used when not otherwise
Lt. K murllle,
aaopml a 1 flam
" New Vnrh.
Lr. New York.
A. A S. R. R.
Lv. Hot Soring. Are
S40 p m
607 p m
A rr Ashevllle, - Arr.
7lntly eacept ajiiday.
S88 p m
1 88 p m
J.SM.UM. ,. .
Nos. Aft wsrt nTTpallnTaS Sleeper between
Oreenshora TmdTdorrlstowa. ' ;
Nos. 83 and 8 pnllmna Bullet Sleeping
Cars betweva Hot airrlnga and Washington.
Ashe. Ills I. Breahmat Station for No. An,
' Dinner " " " 83.
Hickory la " " " " 02.
W. A. WiNBURN, P. P A.,
Ashevllle, N. C.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
. Washington, I). C.
Bdltor Ashevllle Citlscat
That oar many friends may know how we
are getting on we will state that we took la
ia Hotel and Store
9,000 in Vive Wttki.
Took ia last Saturday over STOO. S7S of
that was hold, balance More. Hotel regis,
terrd 38 that day. Had S.000 arrivals la
S mosths. Oar stock Is mammoth SOO met
long aad 18 lee wM. Tell th balaac of
the world to coat and sse "Old Cfccd" anile,
ad bay good of as aad save 10 to 3S per
ovlSdtf . ! CMBDRSTRR SON.
ANBW DKKD, earefhhy prepared by lead
lag ssembers of the Aahevlll bar (o
neat parchment aad heave flat paper), cor
ring all atusssry sneiats, Just oat aad sow
oa sale at the ooU of the Cmaaa Pwausai
ami Co, Net. More Court a. a a re, flaatat
and bar aad billiard room on Ant Door. Blec
Richmond and Danville railroad eating house.
THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Is picturesque, walks wild and varied, and
ELBCTKIC DULLS AND BATH ROOMS,
GIVEN TO FAMILIES.
BVLOW ERWIN, Proprietor.
WAY PIANO is the acknowl
the world, and that I have
bona fide purchasers.
FALK, 35 North Main St.
W. L- DOUGLAS
All mads la OsSMffsas, I
sn.Ts iroi ro ,
' FOR RENT.
Apply to as during the Incoming week lo
rent the Rock Quarry oa th oppoeiu side
of the river, star tb Iroa bridge, aad th
NINU TKNBMBNT HOUBBS
nutr by. A good ruck aiaa caa get a bar.
gala. ' "
NATT ATKINSON & SON,
. Ptatton Avenue
fehisdem ' 1 - -
La sis unua assa win
Ssttfla sa. Less.