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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FKIDAY EVENING, MAKCH 14, 1800.
If-' TAULBEE DEAD The Bullet of Correspondent Kin caid l'loves FataL The Ex-Congressman Dying Early Thursday Morning. His Death Occun Wlthons Any State sn.nt from Ulin In B.gard to th Shoot ing But Two Wltue.s., On of Which Cannot U Found Klnoalil Arri-aUd Bit Lawyer Will Arg galf-Defenaa. Wasiiinoton, March 1J. William Preston Taulbt, a representative in congress from the Tonth Kentucky dis trict In tlie Forty-ninth and r iftietli con greases, who was shot in au altercation yuilh Charles E. Kincaid, the Washing ton corrtMioudeut of 'lbs Louisville Times, In tho house wing of the cajiitol on the aiti-rnotin of r'eb. 2, died lues dy morning at J o'clock at Providence hosuituJ. ' His death has been expected for sev tuaJtlava, hut while there, was still a chance lor nis lite, the physi. ciatis thought it advisable not to permit hitn to make an ante mortem state rnvnt of the cir cunistuncea sur rounding the shooting. Iledied therefore, with out making any statement, and the tnne aeaitist Kincaid will rest W. r. Til'LBtB, entirely on the testimony of himself and two eye-witnea-.es of the tragedy. line of these eye-witnesses was Samuel Ilon.ild-ori. of Tennessee, formerly door keeper of the house of represetitaties, who has refused to m ike any statement for uuMicatiKn. Itoualdson" was with Tuulliee at the time the shouting oo curred. 'Ihe other witness was a boy vt hu camiot be found. Ultrrrent Htnrlra. The storii-s of the shooting dliTer In one importunl partii-ular. Kineaid and TmilU'e had had an encounter some time prior t. th s'luuting in the corridor adjuinini; the hull of the house of repre enluiives on the east. It was wnd just after the encounter took pluee tlia: Kincaid had arined him self after the timt encounter with Tuutlee, and. seeing hitn Koing down the stairs ti.nt lead tn the basement, had run after him, cal ed to h'm, as be turned, shot him in the face. Kincaid claims that he armed himself In fear f danger from a further en counter wit ii T iiii bee, that Taultiee had warned him to arm himself, nd that 1'aidUe in-ultetl nud at tacked him on their second en- in h s miiniun re-if tort to i lie -L-til a necessity. The theorv of eelf-de- feuse will I e set cnsitLss a. gjaCAia, up by Kincaid s lawyer. Kl Cll.l Arre.t.d. As soon a- the news of Taulbee's death reached police headijuaih-rs an ollicer wnss'nt to Kin aids room. lie was awaken.'d. and alter he had dressed was taken to the police station. Fngttjfed to DcffMiri Kincaid. Iflsvii.i.E, Kv., March IS. Aaron Kohn, the nutej criminal lawyer, of this city, and Jude Margin, the well known lurist of Kentucky, have been eiiKaited )v Kmruid's Kentucky friends to defend Kim in his trial HEAVY SNOW IN COLORADO, Which HI. I. Pair tn B tit Wont ot th i.aon. St. Lori. Murvh 11. Advices from Penver, Tue--d l.v innriiing, said: A very heavy snow was failing in this city last Uicht. und ii iiidK lair to lie the wor-t of tue was m. Ad ices from the mountains are to tin- etlui t taut the storm la gen eral. The do i iraude lias been working ail availa.'le men on I miliars mountain ctr t.ie last llir.-e weeks in cleariug the line to mih Ju.in, and would hae hail the road oieu in a day or two, but this storm will undo all ihclr work, rihteen inchi-a is Aspen record for the past tnenty-four hours, and four feet ha fcdlen in isouUi PaKoia. )t.tlinll-i Mlnlatrrs and lh Pair. Tim Aim. Varch 12. At the weekly merlins; of the Metnodist Ministers' asso cia ion Hominy morning, a resolution was i.uMd requesting congress to in struct the pro Hired commission on the world s fair to prevent all Inhor on the tahLalh in tiie ere. Hon of the world's fair LuildiiikTs at t liirugo. They also asked that the sale of luiuor on the Kroiiudsor in the inelosure lie forliidden. Copies of the resolution will be for warded to the senate aud the house. H'lfs's raiaiu.nir lijiitgvrna.lv blashsd. Hopkins. u.t.R, Ky., March Ii. A man whose name is not knosrn pursued and overtook his guilty wife and her lover, a man iiamed Henry (ollum. at ( ave Springs, when he drew his knife and cut Colluin iu a most terrible man ner, severing an artery and leaving him for dead. T lie man then escaped, leav ing his wife l.ehind, iwing to the deep gnsues in liLs Imck and side Cullum bj but ex)ected to recover. Test flult Against a Railroad. New C'rxtiKRi.Avn, W, Va., March 12. Kuit was brouKht Tuesday morning by William I .111 UK-iiust the I'ittshurg, Cincinnati tV bt. I on is railway for !'. 0(0. Kills was one of the injured in the disastrous wreck near Wheeling junction last fall. This is a test case, huifa ag rregatingover (iou.ihh) will be brought ly jar Liu injured in the wreck. A Negro Despersdo Killed. Hirtos, W, Va., March 12. A report lias reached hero from I'rinceton. W. Vs., (lint Kill Allen, the neuro dmarado who killiil Constnlile Ileleher Sunday Bight, was caught and shut to death by a mob Kridnv,' Allen killed an inoffen sive isnlored man. and Bel'-lier atti'mpted to arrost him, when Alien shot uun dead. InJnriMl at a firs. Peokia, III., March 12. Fred. Brown nd two others were iniured by falling ti tn hers at a lire here last niirlit which destroyed the rublier room of the big shoe house of I burlier At companv. loss $4,000 on stock, and fS.UOO on building. BIO BLAZE IN CINCINNATI. ton, Ni;ir A Company' Dulldlog D lrnxd Lom Haifa Million. Cincinnati, March U. About 1 a. m. Tuisday Haines were discovered bunt ing from the windows of (stern, Mayer A Company's llve-storv building at the corner of Third and vine streets. The building was occupied by Btein. Mayer ft Company, one of the leading olothing manufai.'tiiring Hrms in th city and the Vonotuck Silk company. A general alarm was at onos turned In and the lire department was soon hard at work. - As uscal the effecMvS Has of ladders was hindered by the network of wires, T)t Orauien bad to eonjaat thra Ives 1 P 1 1-3. with short ladders to the second and third floors, an 1 with throwing stream of water from tlte street. About lisiu the Humes crept into the Nonotuok Silk company's part of the building, but luckily did not do much damage. The salvage corps did good work in coveriiig stock with tarpaulins and pre venting damage by water. i-or a time there were fears that the handsome Knterprise buildiu.s' a lioining was doomed, but the e. Torts of the fire department were successful In prevent ing this, aud beyond a si ght damage by water the building escaped. The fire occasioned intense excitement at the Burnet house, w here guests in hurried attire rushed from their rooms, and were persuaded with dilllculty by their host to stay in the hotel, which was in great danger from the intense heat. The out side woodwork was blistered, windows cracked and fell out, aud some of the in side shutters caught lire. Strange to say, the solid, six-story Sinlon building on Vine street, occupied by Abe Kloch .v Company and Kinds konf, Stern. La.ier & Company, escaped, although 'inly a narrow space of three feet separated it from the doomed build ing. The ruined building is owned by Stern, Maver & Companv. and is valued at l."0,'iii0. The members of the tlrm are B. Stem, I.ouis .Mayer, Jacob Scheuer, Alet. Otrner and Theodore Mayer. 13. Stern, senior np'tuber, places the' loss to stock and iixtures at fl.ai.'HH), on which there ii insurance to the value of 2jO.IHHI. Two firemen were serious! t Injured, one by a falling cornice, and the other by his engine I eitu sir ick hy a liacking freight car while on his way to the fire. The latter had bis skull fractured, l ire Marshal IliiRiies says he thinks the tire was caused by electric wires. A PAN-AMERICAN REPORT. Views of th Commit! on Telagrepa. and Steamship Srrvlr. Washixoton, March 12. -At the meet ing of the Pnn-Ameriean conference Monday a re .ort was received from the committee apixiiuted to consider the best means of extending and improving the fncil ties for commercial, postal and telegraph communication between the several countries that border upon the Gulf of Mexico and t ie ariobean sea. The couim.tlee sa the telegraphic service luces ad r.'.pnremouts. and is to ue iviisid. risi t.iii-ia lory. Cable com muukaliou is oy two line from the t-U.U-d M.i les to the repulilics of tile suiilli. l'rceut rates make it practically impossible to do bus.uess over these liues, aud tlie cumm.tu-e recommend that steps tie la.cen to secure a moderate stale of charge. 'I hi fai.ins, then charters should lie granted t independ ent cuule co.iipanies. tlie maximum tolls to be ti ted iu me charters. The coiniiiiiire jys that plans have ;ssn discussed by capitalists in tins eounirv for the establishment of a direct ti.l Mind stcam-liui servue between UuiMi. tlu . an I Mooile. Ma., and the sirts ol l olon, 1'ort l.iuion ita Kicai ami lirevto in. Nicaragua, ."su.-h a line would shorten the time of transporting ui.uls trout ..ew rk or (.hicao to Lolon to six an I a hall days, the steam ers making stoppaues en roui to Fort Union and irey town. The plan aU've suggested proposes that the s .earners, if the line la estab lished, shall visit the city of Mobile reg ularly to deiuer an I receive freight alter having landed their niwil. pas sengers and freight at Tampa. Similar lines connecting .ew Orleans with ths Curribliean ports are suggested by ths commitlee. The committee in conclusion recom mends to all nations bordering on ths nit of Mexico and the lanhliean sea the granting of government aid in the lOiililishiiiont of nrsi class steamship serv.ee b-tweeu their several port upon such terms us th.-y may mutually agree upon, wall reference to the service repined, the aid it is neecs-urv to ext. nd. the facilities it will severady af ford them, the basis upon which they are to contribute, the amo.int that each s to pav, the turmi of agreement be tween the se eial coiitnu-t with steam ship coni.anie necessary to th su. -fui execution of a general plan lor such service. ALGwR AT INDIANAPOLIS. Th Grand Aimx roinniander-lnChlf tilrn m llsartf Krptlttn. IsDtASAivji.H. Mar-h 12. tlen. Ru. sel A. AUer, commander-in-chief of the .rand Army. ac-iimiauied by State Scx rvtarriiil K Oman, of Mi'-hig.in, sr rivedMonday. They are guests of the Indiana - irand Armv. The general has grow u :ouier and ileshier sio.e he was here u.inng the Presidential campaign, and he rep tU. tlist the Itran i Armv was never more pmsamus than at the present time lie is miking it a point u visit all the state ncampiuents, and immediately- after the eainp-tire Tues day evening, left bv )Hial tram fur the Illinois encampment. I.niriug tiie dsv there was an informal nx-ep'.ioii at nea.l iiiiirinrs. in which (ten. Atgr n-ceiveil an oianon from the vet erans, manv of whom regard him as a h'epul'hcan pn-sidential s)-ihility for Isi.ij. In the evening he was miertalned at dinner by Mrs. C. W. 1 airomiks. and Monday night there was a r.VUiou at the state cnpitol, which was brilliantly lighted and decorati-l in honor of ths distiuguislie l visitor This was followed by a reception at Hit Hotel Ivnnison in honor of the il-istrtinent utlicers Wninn Kelief rorM. w ueh was at tended bv den. Alger and stall ami by Natitmal and department olH nrt of the Urand Army and citi '.ens generally. Vie I'rcslilont M.irl.tti in Plorld. Jai;ksonvii.i.f, Us , March 12. Vice I'reselent Morton ami wife were enter tained b? the city Mnnunv, having Im-n escorted from st Aug .stine by a com mittieol citi.eni,. After U'itig shown the tariotis ihiiiiM of interest, luncheon was served, at which the mayor, Mr. Mori ni and others mad inlurm.il nm lies. The visitors returned w bl Augaitinu Monday Uight. CONGRESS. aistj-Plrth Da. In til aenste Sev.ii al publle buildings bill war reini-ted togptksr witb a bill for the ooustmrtlnn of ptiiHe building Id town. lr the mvlpt have ricdd .'I.OuO tin th past thnu year. A reaolutloa wn agrenl to relntlng to th revision of re marks In th rsvord. A bill was paaanl for a half milllou dollars public building at Halt Lm k City. Mr. rjn-rmsn'i bill fnr tbela-p-etliiu ol meat for exports was enBsMand without action. Th lllalr bUI was take up, Mr. Higglns advoestlng Its passage. After a short executive asssloa th satiate al 4:8ft p. m. sdjourncd. In th hnu Th east rasnlutloa eras agreed to for a Joint investigation of th Im migration quontioo. A bill utroduoad to limit telrphnn rents paid by th gavsra meut to Ml pr annum, A numtxr of Dis trict of Columbia bill! wars psassd. A rso lutton was adopted onlllng for inforoatloa in regard to tlt defsclive work on the aquas duct tunnel and whsthsr ths contractors ate liable therefor. Kevsral hrlrfge bills were paamd. A rmoliitlnn was rvovtsd f( the Investigstlon by a siibsrainmltte of the Clayton-Uos-kiiirldg case of Arksnsaj) agmsl to. The Oklnhom i bill was takra us In comnilftr nf the hole, and at tills p. so. u nousse; en-r-i. Charaplea Pool Playor. 8vArrag. N. T.. March II. Ths championship of ths United States al pool was won or i uro sionnay nigni. Lis won ths dsoiding (am) with Powers. 1 1 DISPERSED By the Brarerjr of Cool Headed Offldals at Columbia, 8. C. A Cannon Plaoed In Position to Bombard the Jail, But a Mrvs Handful ef rolls, With Drawn BsvaWsra, Qnlekly Scatter lh Crowd, Which Larked Oragaalsatlsa aad Leader, rurthor Trouble Ks poatod to Save Tnrar Life. Charleston, S. C, March I. Ths following was received from Columbia, this state. Monday night: Ths fo "l.ag against O. 8. Turner, ths wealthy factory owner of Spartanburg, who seduced his sister-in-law and mur dered hls,brotlier in law. Edward Hnger, has been increasing in bitterness ever since the tragedy, and culminated this afternooa in an attempt to lynch him. About noon a crowd of 4D0 men assem bled in the city, and openly avowed that they had come to take Turner out of jail and lynch hitn. An organized party of 20U men from North Carolina was ex pected, but did not come. Sheriff Not hols took prompt measures to def ?ad the jail and had it mads known to the oniwd that hs intended to protect his prisoner, whatever might be the consequences. A C.tsaea Bronchi On. The would bo Ivnehers thought ts make their onslaught mere effective by the use of a cannon. They rallied and parleyed and threatened, and Anally some of them went to the encampment grounds with a pair of mules and hauled thence a twelve-iiounder field piece. This they planted on Magnolia street, near its intersection with Main. At the foot of Magnolia street stands the jad about 400 feet from Main and facing it, fir Brar rollcemoa. The cannon had just been placed in position hen Mayor Henneman mount ed the gun. ordered the crowd to dis srse and dire, ted his police to clear the streets. This was done, and the crowd, then reduced to alsiut seventy fire, met the drawn revolvers of th Ave police men. On thr lirst effort of the police to remove the crowd from about the can non, some of the latter ma le ready to draw their pistol", hut daaisted and re. treated. A shot fired at an, time would surely have led to bloodshed. Th Caaim Mplkad. The firm. irsa and uoolne of the police prevented serious troubles. A policeman spiked the cannon, and several of ths mob rushed in to gain possession of the niece, but were driven otf by Sheriff Nichols and his posse, who had by this tune arrived on the sceue. The lynchers, lacking organisation and leader from the lirst, were bndly de moralised br the ridiculous failure of their attempt to isimlrJ the jail. They soon scattered, and the trouble was apparently over. Persons in the crowd wen- heard tn say that the lynch ers had retired only for better prepara tions; that they woald romo for Turner later, and would have him yet Mnr Troabl Kspoelod. The general belief is that ths danger of an attack on the jail is not great, yet sutKrient to justify measure of defense on the part of thesherilT. That olficer, wiih a po.sse of picked men, well armed, is now in the jail budding. He says he mean to defend the jail with h;s life, if necessary, and nobody who knows the man doubts his purpose. If the Jail be attacked there will he bloodshed. Gov ernor Richardson has telegraphed the sheriff to call on trie Spartanburg state troops, if ne- essary. ON TM RAMPAGE. Big Oe Wll at Marlon, lnd Aeldnt ally Plrsit and Beyond Control, Marion. Ind., March 12. -A fire and water carnival, ths like of which has probably never nrrurreJ in the gas belt, is now in progress on the hill just off this city, al a depth of SVi feet Ths drillers struck an immense vein of aUT, which was cas -d oil at a depth of 000 feet. A tremendous flow of gas wss developed, tlie pr.nsur of which lifted the ca-ing and let in the water above. Producing a veritable geyser. Ihe well bad been near), controlled, when an old man. named Jackson, came into the derrick and struck a match to light his pipe. Instantly there was an eiplosion. Ths workmen were blown through the der rick, and .lacksoa narrowly escaped being roasted alive. The derrick was burned down, and all elfort to restrain the well or even put out the fire have proved futila The strange spectableof a resistless volume of tire and water issuing from the same pine is now pre sented. The column is shot to a height ot loo feet, and escape with a roar that is appalling. Ths contractors are con juring their brains to devise some means for controlling ths monster, while thou sands of people are coming for miles around to witness (lis sublime spectacle Lis Pletloa of Dlrhsas. Pkkik. III., March U. Four policemen surrounded s den kept br link Hum mi ll and H D l.uckey Hun Uy night and endeavored to arrest them for the mur der of .lunghans, the (Jerman hone buver of Peoria, whose bodv was found in ths Illinois river Saturday. As ths policemen tmrxt in the dmn ths two ruiHans dropped through strap door and escaped to ths river by mean of a sewer. Two cyprisna bring with them were ar rested,' and the murdered man's watch, chain and ring found on them, Jung nan was enticed Into the den on Friday, hi head split open and his body con veyed to the river hy means of the trap dior and sewer. He had drawn i.0O0 from the bank on Thursday, and intend ed leaving for New York Friday. AU of the police have orders to kill ' either llummell or l.uckey on sight, a they are dents-rale characters and bare com milted many crimes, North Hiik.il and l.ttrl. Faiuhi, X. iHtk.. March II. -There is good reason in hlire the lottery scheme will be brought up again in ths legisla ture. It is said addiTional strength has been rained through ths seed wheal commission, and that a new bill, which increase th tribute annually from ;5, 000 to ai.Vl.OnO and raises Ui price of a obsrter from fcH.OOn to 130.0011, will be K us bed. The seed wheat question will used with powerful effect, this propo sli Ion furnishing a solution of the diiB- I . At ll.. I.imI l.a m.ll Mill VUI - ww " ".-- ". oome up Wednei lay, but ths lottery men are quietly voiiuueui vi Its KBcellenl Qaalltlws) Commend to public approval thrCslifor nia linuid fruit remedy 8 win of Figs. It is pleasing to the eye, and to the tast and bv gently acting on ths kttlneys, livrrandbowcls.lt cleanses the system effrrtanllv, thereby promoting the health ana commit ol ail who list it. I. Tnarnhus Latham, of Greenville. N. C. take pleasure in adding a word of commendation oi Mrs. lot rcrson s Remedy. Mrs. Latham hsd the dyspep sia very badly, and tbeuseofthis Remedy proved wonderful In its effects, and after using few buttles her health vastly im proved. J. LatbabI, " SB A A SKI . A tAl A upvs I'SBs iB4n. n v HATS! Hats iuoHt ornamental, IIat bltR'k.browTiand white; Uata the most desirable At Bostic Bros. & Wright's. Surprising The multitudes of old Hats being laid aside recently. Interesting How cheap and from whence come all the newllatn. Profitable To know that Bostic Bros. & Wright are doing the selling from their Bargain Hat Coun ter.. THERE IS ONE FOR YOU. AT THE LEADING JEWELRY STORE, Thr entire tork ol Plated Jewelry, Including am- Hroochrs, Ruttona and Brae, leta, at 1-tf-ONE-THIRD OFFl-1-8 KegMrdlc of eoit, a wc Intnid In the fntare to krtp nothing bnt Solid Oold and fiterhnf. Hllvcr Jewelry. ARTHUR M. FIELD, LEADIN6 JEWELER, South Main St. AshcTllle. V. A. Blaik. J . V. Brows. FURNITURE ASD UNDERTAKING. No. 3a Patton Avenue, M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND We are now ready, and in vite our friends and the pub lie generally to rail and ex amine our well Hcleeted stork of FURNITURE, Which we are offering at rook bottom priees. Undertnking a Hieeial feature, falls at tended day or night. Telephone, day 75, night 03. BLAIR & BROWN. RICHMOND & OANVILLE R, R. CO. I'ASSBNUNB liarsSVUSNT, Westrra Nurth Carolina la.lalua. PAMBNOBIt TRAIN BCIIBDl'LB. lis RrsicT Shit 2Wi TStb Meridian time usl whrn not otbrrwiw Indlcatrd. BAST Si KIND. No. St No. S3 Lv. Knnivlllc. IDUth mtv.) AsbrTlllc, Ar. Salt.bnry, 9 flApm tiam fiSnsm son am 2il7pm Sanum " uanviiw. tax UUSKipm Richmond, gaouml ninsinl Ttalrlab. lUAuml 7 30am I " Ooldaboro, " Wilmington " Lyncbburg, " Wa.blngtos " naltlmur, l-talla.. New Vnrk, "wBaTsotaor" Sinpm llSSopml oinrpm I 12aiiira CvTK.'wTork, " I'hlla.. "Itlcbmund. j 3 00pm p ioam " tianvnir, """Wllmlngf " llul.lahuro, J Haklgh, """Sallahurr, Ar. Asnrvlllr, " Kaosvlllr, (ttotbrnrr.) laiBpm No. HS llallv. "S3 amlL Ahlll. Mnd.rM.rill. 7 00 p m So7 pss 3 40 p m 10 2 amlAr. Spartaahurg, Lv.j Mt'rlMfY RANCH. Ku. lATTIi Vo amlCvT II 10 amlAr. Tliaily cio.pt Annilay ) I No. IT n ...... Wayatnlllt, Janvtt's, WBStnrM, Asncvuiv, Ar. l on p m 700 a m SlOam 6 4a pm S4S pm Lv.l Slecplufx Car Service W tabs plrasar la SBaoaarlagtbtlnanjru. ration of a dall tin. of altaant Fullmaa Aur frt In-awla NooaCan.btwsraHotbpringB aad Ashf.lil and waaningtoa, u. v., nov V, os IB. following rBjMawi "K. 6A1 VNo.ga 1 ainpmLf HntSprUg, SlOpm SSOum 1 sapml " A.nr.iirff, Tianr " Rtallahary, SB3amArr Waablngton, 1l2Aam limipm Lv Class aad sur roanvrtloB msd at Wssh- Ington for all polnu In tb North and Hast. Tn Pullmaa Parlor Car aaw using optrawd betweva Mallaburjr and Kaoavlll on thrst trains will b dlscontlnaM) aflav tn com Hwnoraimt of Iht aiMptng Car ma, Noa. AO aad 61. fnllmaa MMWurrs betweta Orvawabofw aad MorrtMowa. Vf . a, winsvas, . r a., Astwrlll. N. C. JM. L. TAVL01.0. .., Sfs.blasioa, O. C. I 132naml 7inpm nn.iami SAliptn S2Aamj II ailpm 10 47am I S 20am I 2opm Mo: bo "i rio.'Ki" titl. ball it. I l2iAa'm saopml 7 2nam SSTpml naliimnrr, VAAam .inpm Wa.blngt'D 1 1 2am 1 1 Ollnai l.vnrhlmrK, SAllnml S 07am I B auiim nunami ooam 2 3npm 6(Hipm pm I (Xim i24Aam "ifansml T22am 27pm iai8pm!S2Spm A. Si t. k. h. I No. 84 I ballv. . A.hill. Arr.l DRUGS AAV MEDICINES. Shoe Brunhes, Hat BniBhen, Cloth BruHhes and Flenh Brunhes, at T. C. Smith & Co.'b. All the finest and most pop ular brands of Tobaeco are Bold by T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists. Ragland's best Tobacco Seeds, selected for Buncombe county and for sale by T. C. Smith & Co. Lazell's Choice Perfumer, Cologne, Extracts and Sachet Powders at T. C. Smith & lo H. We hnve the best stock of Pressed II?rbs in ounce pack ages. T. C. Smith & Co. We sell the strictly pure Lead of Jno. T. Lewi-& Bro., as it gives the best satisfac tion. T. C. Smith & Co. Horsford's Bread Prepara tion and Borden's Condensed MilkatT.C. Smith & Co.'s Drug Store. Sherwin, Williams & Co.'s Beady Mixed Paints, all col ors, in small and large cans at T. C. Smith it Co.'s. BuiHt's Celebrated Seed Po tatoes, all varieties, jiiHt re ceived by T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists. One Grosa Hood's Snrsa parilla at T. C. Smith & Co.'s also a gross of Scott's Emulsion Cod Liver Oil. Dryden & Palmer's Double Iteflned Bock Candy Svruti by the barrel or less, at f . I . Smith & Co.'s Drugstore. Colgate's Soaps and Per fumery in large assortment, at T. U. Smith & Co.'s. A full assortment of Fresh Garden Seeds just received by T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists. One Hundred Bushels best Bed Clover Seed, selling out at lowest prices at T.C. Smith & Co.'s Drug Store. Blue Grass, White Clover, Timothy. Orchard (inissnnd Sapling" Clover, for sale at T. ('. Smith tV Co.'s Drugstore. The largest variety of Tooth Brushes, both English and French, also a fine line of Hair Brushes at T. C. Smith & Co s. Special attention paid to filling Physicians' prescrip tions at T. C. Smith & Co.s Drug Store. Medicinesdeliv ered to any part of the city, on short notice. We have plenty of goods and we are selling them nt bottom prices. We move the goods on short profits. T.C. Smith & Co., Druggists. T. C. Smith & Co. lead the prices in the Drug trade of Western Carolina. Competi tion has taken a backseat. Fifty gross Diamond Dyes, all shades and colors, in any quantity, sold by T.C. Smith & Co. The best Tea in the market at the price put up in small packages snmples free, at T. C. Smith & Co.'s Drug Store. A fresh stock of DeWitt Clinton Cigars came in to day, also 5,000 Elevens. These are the best five and ten cent Cigars in Asheville. T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists. Soda Water all the year round nt T. C. Smith & Co.'b Drug Store; also Campbell's Ginger Ale. One Barrel Genuine Delnia tian Insect Powder and 200 boxes Spider Web Sticky Fly Paper just to hand, at T. C. Smith & Co.'h. One gross of Mrs. Person's Remedy and a gross of Swift's Specific just received by T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists. a NRW MKKD. canlnllv ore nartd bv land lag member of tb A.ha.lll bar los Snrt psrchm.nt and baavy Sat paper), cor crtng an sacaaaary point, Jt oat nn now nfSc i na Co., Ms. Kert Cosurt ssjaarr. Pan I at oa saw SI UM oraca os saw VTraaa rvai,iw TAYLOR, BOUIS Wholimilr and Retail Dealers In HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES, HEATERS, RANGES. TINWARE, &C. SANITARY PLUMBING, GAS AND ST I! AM FITTING, TIN AND SLATE HOOKING, AUTOMATIC EI.KCTRIC GAS LIGHTING AND CALL BELLS, AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS M ACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY New StoreUnder Opera House, No. 43 Patton Ave., A-nevllle, N. C. KmlmntcB Cheerfully Given on all Work In our Line, marl dty mmm THE WINYAH HOUSE, Comer Henrd and I'irn streets, Cnmp Patton. ASHEVILLE, N. I Cmirlut-U-il ns n Siiniturium fur Invalids suffmnKtfi om diseases o t he luncs inn) tliroat, nnd under the chnrRe of lr. Knrl von Kuck. Conducted upon the most approved plnns endorsed by the leadniR memlxrsoflheniedienlprolession. I'ertect appointments in every department. For pnrtieu.ar. addr. p Dr. von Ruck's citv office: No. 30 Patton avenue. Rooms No. 1, 2 mid 3, up stairs. Office Hours: 11 to 1 o'clock. Practice limited to diseases of the lung's mid throat. W. T. PBNNtysN PENNIMAN & C0., JORBRBS AND H!A!R!D!WIAJRiE ASHEVILLE, IS, C. AOBNTH FOR OUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO., 0L0 HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO ENGINES. SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO. h9dli EW!GOOD Sh Just In, and We are Going to Sell Them. All kinds r Dry I'tonils, Notions, lirrss Hoods. ClnKham. Homrstlc, Jcsns, Plannel, Rlnnketa, Shoes, Mont. Hats lot of them bought fhrlrss than e"t of making. Home of them coat nothing and a half, and will lie sokl thr same way. We are agents for aomr of the lar. geat Factories in the South and i-an aell you Home-made Jeana. all wool tilled, for leaa than yon can get them from any olher store in the State. We keep r.R All AM'8 IIOMB-MADB SHOHS. and will give you any style at ns low prices as nny other factory In the State, and guarantee every pair. A gnat ninny of our goods were bought at auction and late In the aeaann, so we can sell them lower than you will tind them at any other store in th State. Try and see. Prices made In thr store. Asheville Dry Goods Co., 17 North Mnin street. 1st door below Pennlman- Hrdsrrr Store, J. O. IIOWHLL. Manager. MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY, BIXCB8SORH TO SHEPARD, MANN A JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO NO. 37 PATTON AVENUB, Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers, And Undertakers. gafl'rompt attention given to all order, day or night AahCTlllC, N. C. P, A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO., Manufacturers aad Dealer In all kinds of t)irssrd LUMBER, Door, Saah, Blinds, Mouldings), Stalrworlc, Mantels, Bank aud Bar Fixtures, and all kind of Building Material. Hard Wood Lumber Work a Specialty. nov 14 dly Telephone CAUTION Ss&Swnfi Bottom. If th d.al.r osnnot supply von. snd direct la factory, sucloalDg adnua pnos. V. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE 0ENTLIMIN. Fin Calf, Hmvy Laoad Orala aad CraaSi ir watarproor. l in in worin, riamina ni FuiNB;li,riti-Nr.v. kii mioa A N II-H bTw K Ik WKI.T MIIOK. Ol.IClt ANl) FA K M K It Nf H IIOB. HA VAI.I'K t'Al.r MHIIC, I WOKKINnMKN'N HMOfi, I.T5 BOYS' M'HOOI, NHOBf. lo Oonsraai, Hullno sod Lsca, $3 & $2 SHOES lM: 1.75 NHOK FOR MINHRS, Matsrial.r)mit Htyl.. Bait Flttlaj W. L, Daucla, Brack to a. If ass. SSM br HERRING & WEAVER. feblBdSHm pRIVATB BOARD, A Urgr hooae, 1 S Pstton avenn. Warm, eomfortabla room, On street ear Una. Tarma reaaoaabk. twtadsss MRS. J. L. SMATBDKS. as XV. SO K .ts S S.OO an All nu & BROTHERTON, W, B. rBNNIHSN. DBALBBB IN Near Passenger Depot. No. so. W. D. ROWE, tiasLaa la ITALIAN! AMERICAN BiABlOLR. Oranltt Mnnnments, tic. All kinds of siona ments, Tombstones, Hradatonea, t'rna and Vaae made to order la the latest dcaign, ASHEVILLE. N. C. Yard At Buncombe Wankoua. aulll d8m Kngllata and French BOARDING AND ' DAY " SCHOOL, FOR TOUNO UDIES AND LITTLE 0INU, No. 40 Preneh llrnad A MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - vllNCIML I For many year Associate PrtnHpal of Mt. Vernon Institute Baltlmora.1 Asalstrd by a corps of compenunt teachers. tirrn n i y j.c.Bii6wN, MERCHANT I TAILOR, as Pa.tou Avcnae,' I Nest to Urand Central Hotel.) anrSdl PLUMBINO, STEAM ARD6AS FITTIK8 TIN ttOOriNO, Etc. . All Work llaaranteed. C. S. COOPER, rtssemnt of No. SS Psttofl A WW as. hbasdlsi