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Is the Death of Pcnusylvauia's Honored Statesman. Both Houses of Congress in Mourning for Randall. Official Announcement of the Oreut Com. Bowr'i IKjutli Kpreaalone of Sympo hy for the Family Ueusral mid Hxurt fait Kmolulloul Biid Ante of Koapect An UuoaUmtiitlmie Fuuernl Tliuradiiy. Wasiiisoton, April IB. IUwIiU tho oordlul verbal expremions of syiui'iitliv from numuroiia I'ullors lit tlie Ramlull residence tiwlay, ti'U'Kruiiw nf condolence were received, uiuouk others, from iiucli eminent jwrnonaxea us Governor Hill, tx Seoretary Whituey, Aluam S. Hewitt, Oovernor Cumplwll. of Ohio ; Calvin S. Brloe, Senator Miil'lunon, of New Jr asr Colonel 1). 8. Lamont, Smith M. Weed, li. K. Jamison, T. J. Campbell, of New Yorki ITo-sidi-nt HoIhtU, of the Pennsylvania railroad; Hon. Ueora L. E. Convert), of Oliios tiovornor Heaver, of Pennsylvania ; ex-Senator Wallace, of Pennsylvania, and lion. Thus. Kjwi, United Suites minister to Mexico. I'repiiratioua for th. Funeral. OnThuisdav, at 8 o'clock, the remains of the lamented stati'sinaii will lie con veyed to the Metropolitan church, there to be viewed til! the services conmii'iice at 11:80. Mr. Uniidall's pastor will otliciate, und the following will act lis lioiiorurv pall-bearers, representing prominent nd luirers anil warm personal friends in many walks of life : George V. Child. A. J. Drexel. Oil. Alex. K. Mcl 'lure and William M. Mailer, of l'hiliidelphia : ex Ooverimr Andrew Cnrtin, of l'eiinsylva nia Charles A. Dana, of Nov orki 8ouut"r A. 1'. tiorman, of Maryland ; ex Ikjtigi.'ssman William 11. Snwden, of Peunsyiv.mia ; Representative James It. Mount, of lieuria! Senator John S. burton, of Virginia, and Dallas Sanders, of Pennsylvania. The uetive pall-bear-en will lie capitol polieemen. Mr. Randall's Uslv is still in the room In which he died. 'Hie casket in which it will tlnallv revise is of plain cellar, with block cloth and copiier lined. The only inscription is the name, and date uf birth aud date of deceased. Motirnlnic In lle fccimte. In his opening prayer in the senate, Chaplain Hutler blessed CSod for the long und useful life of the departed, his faith, fiutlence, and peaceful end ; coiiimend ng to Divine comfort and care the. be reaved om. Senator Cameron, with marked eino tiou, expressed the sincere sorrow f. It by every meinla-r of the upT liou-e in the death of his dis'iiuuislu d colleague, and offered resolutions nttcMim; the -enate's sorrow, and iimvini; liie appointment of a committi-e to attend tlie funeral. S II ators Vuay, Allison. Dawes, Vo irhees, und Eustis were naineil. A ir. t I on to Ilia House. The hush uf sadness pervadi d the house chamber when the speaker's L-av. l called tlie body to orde r. Draped in black and ornamented with a li:in.l-iiie lloral de sign, the urnit so h :iti iiviipied by Mr. Randall reralled to nieiiilars t lit fact tliut their old collrairue had p;is,d away forever. A crayon portrait of the et speaker lui in; in the lobby, also ta-tofully draped with emblems of inoiirnini.'. In his prayer, the chaplain eulou'i.ed Mr. Randall a, follows: "Hi- name is Inacrilied ninoiii; the liensw, patriots and statesmen of the I'oiintry, on the ini r ishable tablet of its liiMorvuud his mem ory. The memory of hNdisils and character-is en-brined in the hearts of his countrymen, for lioe honor and wel fare he so long and faithfully fought," lllui;r.iilili-ul. Samuel J. Randall was one of the uiunv "lil iii 'Mi-bed sills of l'eiiusylniii i. He was lirn in riiiladelpliia.Dct 111, ls.'s, i he s 'II of an eminent lawyer of tint city. His mot'ier was a il.ink'hb r of Jatni's Wor fell, a u in s'lar jt; I .i ... .1. eU ' . 1' 1,'ii'l'T ill mi ly.lfx du sof Jetferson, J mi tbat the ex- , KHaker may Is; said to have been traditionally, us AKCBL 1 rlAVnM.L, viciiiiu. it Dcinoernt. In nublio life was in well us try con Ilis llrM iilioii a luemlsT of tin city council of Philadelphia, wherein he showed marked ubilitv, and was soon transferred to the senate, of his native state. "We lsennlii(fof the civil war prompt ed Rnudull Ui military service m the IlKhthnusu of lldladclplila. He ris-oked promotion until ho bvcaiua "cornet," a mnk eUid to thst or csptnin. in Is'ld ho was amon the CroOM advnn. e I to HarnsburK as the result of Uen. I's Invasion. Diinnir tho Imttle of tiettys burg his rink was tluit of provost mar thai of I'olutnbli. Ha entered the Thirty-elKhth congress In liisembsr, IHI13, and kept Ills seat In the house of romvsautatlvns ever since. He was a ready, concise speaker, without rhetor ical affectations. lie was elected xviltrr In l7fl, and hold the po-ition until the election of Keifi. lis was alwnys an outspoken advocute of "a Judiciously adjusted pro tective tariir." The freo trade pasTi were unanimous In their anta.'oiron to his candidacy for snenkor of the forty eighth oonurfHs, and Carlisle was chosen to the position. In tho early part of 1HMS Randall made a tour of the south. and was received with much onlhu- siasm. The residence of the x-SDenltr Is modest little thres-story brick houso in Washinirton. with marble trlminlnirs. and is situated on 0 street, one of th nuletext thorouuhfaros of a quiet neiirn borluxxl. It is one of a row of pcrliuna a doMn similar tanements, and acrss tlie street are a like ninnls r of precisely the same oharaetaT. The place was boutfht by Mr. Randall alwut fourteen years atro, when he was a simple member of conirr)!, with no thought, perhaps, of the distinction that awaited him. He came to oonuTess during the wsr. and for soma years lived, during ths ses sions, at various hotels of the oity. Hut he tired of this mode of life and bought the modest little house in which he died, k 1th his soant tavinirs. He Imatss his wlfo, who Is a daughter of the lata Uen. Ward, and a daughter. Annie, charming and popular young lad. seretarr WiuJom was asfore tbs Uivsr aoaualttes of tbs Rspubllosa haiiss caucus Saturday, givlui bis views un tbs sllvsr qeostloo, Au etturl Is beiug mads to recon alls Um various oivUluna oi tlis party su this rnbjeut. Dr. Dowdlsh, of ' Marina, Ind., paid Thomas t. Bpragua 3,ouo fur ths alisnatud siT actions of Mrs, Uprague, and now tbat ash has suUmd the door the luat domesUe bliss will probably erawl back through the window. Mra, Alex, McClntstrr struak a railroad torpedo while spuMlng hindllug wood. Ths explosion dastroyea bar eyes, and probably fatally Injured her, Lawreaosbunr, lad., aalbarlUss are ssarehlag for the psrsoa was lis Al4 iif 1 1 TII3 LABOR WOULD. The ittiiattoa In Chisago Bsrouilng Crt loal Auottier Wssh Will Timor Out 150,000 Meu Othsr Labor Trmilll Chicaoo, April 10, A fl;;ht to tl.e bit ter end commenced between the sti iking carpentvrs und tlio Carp liters' and Builders' Hssoi'iatiou Monday. The Ikmsc did not uttempt last week to supplv the places of the men who wUked out, and the result was in. com paratively few collli loiu on iii i d. but beginning witn jnoiiuny in mi n ; bosHcs will bcKiu to win i; wi n nr.. mru as ure at inur ut pomi, mm "" " ranne! to guard tlio men with ample police protection. IitllitililAtlon. President tloldle, of the ! 'ins i'nrsn- ers assoemi 'ti. .uul: "ive evpec, me strikers to aU' lil 't iutimid.it " i. alt the irst mini .. .10 mol.n.s or loii'ii.'ivs ia unv way vl.n curovutora a. woru iu lie arrested. At the sfikers' hen1ii i t r. ou Wusliiiertou ntivet. there ! very Hl. exciti iu nt, but the lin n arc app in u iv VoVV Colli. O'talile over the "1. I i. U' I sec ti" in asters mteii.l !' ..tr.tg men to work." .-aid '.ei'ri'lui.v Howa ' et them iniiuirl u lot oi iion auioii uen and attempt to put tbem ou a .nnLling where there are union brie hi -i". and ou wili e oi.o ot the lull i m iKes i lit ems) ever li.nl. iue i-r.c. iaj eis oi join us if tiny such attempt is i.uutc, una uieu uirie w ui m ttiii. Ill, ii ultw 1 rll h'lll. The indii-tri il sd'cvou in this ci v Is fast Ueoi iuu cum al. Suou.il t.io strike Co.. iuiia unot'u r week i' eifect will Is; to throw l .tl.o n meu out of ein- ilovuii'U , a- there will be nur'iln r lor r.ckla.ers. h dcain. ri, Iii.Ikts, I'lxi- terers, pu.ui r.. an.l t ie vast a: iny oi laboivrs who "til work in conuc. tiou with build 'it p -rations to do. an 1 fii.'jr must ail wiii 'for Ine settlelili'ilt "I t.ie carpenters siriKe ui l ire Uicy cau ro iunui th i. v ii rati ins. It needs n argument to show now ilts- as'erous sie-h a con litiou or a i-.ii'i- is hiieiy to be. ltwilltiave u Ue r. sing i-ilec't on ev. rv brunch of trade and in- dutrv in tlii Vlrv. u id tho longer the sli ilu Ik to itiuiitu tlie worse wiu limtou- suipJtiicts be. .1 Complef Tsllure. Thf attempt, d resumption of work by the im. ter inrp liters Monday luoruiig lunv Is1 rectioied a compile failure. rv few of tli" journey .m ti no on Saturday tir.'iiu-ed to go lo wors were ou luinil. and of those I ut fewer still bud the hmd hood tu do to Work. Iba. I ills is tlie state of amors Is athriu.'.l i y the atrikeis uud udmittcd by Ihe Ihisn"S. We have tclephoidc reports from the mirth, soutu and t-oatuwe.-.t si' t ns to how ti.nit-j. Maud tins inorniti:: and they ail sav Urn' work is -hul c.oivn u -l.t than evur. a,d frc. rciury lloivaid, ot the strii-ier.. Monday. 1 bad eigbl men promisi' no to go to work tlii-. iiioii.n ' sai ; a lu.i l. r car- .literal toe I llll lets l-.Xi'h liluie Al.-u lav. "and i-nlv .wn of them sbovved up and they W..11I In t gj to w..ri.. ibey kuid tliev were iiiiui.l. lu the .-line ', olio ng wen I'liiints'tsi an I tu -tit o r and i-ilu r tiad -inen stroti.l,' m svtn: atriv wltu the .in..ers, and mv two laro. n ei were aiia.d of these lie ii. I o. id Ileal oio pro tect h tl out t ev ri lu-e.l to wi r ; nun r such CP' -!u-''auees. .So in-tt;id of hav ing euin n.' a at wors us 1 toipccu!, I have noil Kverv one of the builder who ha I ap peared at I e evctian te up to II o cluck hud puctii ady Ihe same slory to te.L Our III vl -T.H., Km. I'll. Nr.w Y :'. Ap il 10. - W ha! threaten 1 to U" a Ion-- i.nd bitt.r come.-.t In- tswll lul l ,d ..ll'l lal i r lu re lu Ihe w.iT of a sir. u o: toe r .ie p n ndiy h is tortuii.ia i. b en am' d. a ,d tiomluv men ol nil Had s vent to I. at the ii.iii.il hour, ilie diller'nee I e! w e'i tho I eiiliul I a or union and the I 'flu Iron irs' i--oi-,e was n-h is'cd su.idav to the nit. i - fa i on of Ix' li pu ties. ami a luonui.eia ii' U'o a-s lit loiih thai the uieu mm w-. re eai.e I o'ai on i r: i.iv anil Saturda'.- :in ui I le.uui" wor n;aiu. The Hon iinio.i ii. en o...j -U'Ve.l have UvU Uiacluiiyi-d. ICI. met iri Lalmreri. Wh'T.u- i. W. ''a.. April Id. The neirro lais r. r on the ekteii ioii of tho Norfola oi'd l.t in rauroud a o w dnvs sifo bvi-i.nie riofo ,t, o vaig to s me diS' sntlstui tioii in f n .c-'I'-u w it'i tlie.r work. 1 liev deitrove I u lark'e ainoui.t of the pr o- riy ot tlie com nuv. tin I tired upon a p rtv of whins who at- tcmi telto pr icct the railroad worn A. U Meyrw as kille I uud live other whites bu lly in.iir -d. Afterward a large po s of whites wus secure 1 and sev eral of the lev-roes weru ca.'ture.l end pluced in Jail. I uttlur truublo i I cure J. t1liiiis-.o'-t Kl lil-f mir l.n4Ui. ST. Pai-i, Minn., Ap 11 18,-TlmMln nsaota t.lgl.t-iu.ur W. met herr Sun' dsy, utii ud io'.i'l I'l'Miuiil sis ductlnir t.t, c-u'i e ii i.r I to , onfer with nil rvntrul labor orguni.n lous. l h a view to ainuurc f, r a n is t nu of reore-enta- tlvea uf ull or iiiiialious of Iho statu to foim a si.ite ft'otfiiiiiou of labor. The utne roiui-"'. of the Farmert' Alliance will ul-o i..- .oufeirrd with. Klyhl Hours In i.tichiisutts. P' kt in, April in - t rgiinlen. reort- ed si toe m ling or tlie t iir;-uters ins trict couiicil Miiuluy .light luat every tra le nrga.ilutioii ill tmi suite mini to llimnciall.i' supHir: the carsiiters in their eight and n.ue-iioiir ilem.uiiis. li union ca ntub r of llu- stale n imir jou, und they u. i.'xed by th ir leaden to ninlie evi ry eoort to sucuro the eon cssaioiu withuiit strike. Anothvr N'rlks of tluck Lsboreri. LnMxi.f, April 10. Fiva thousnnd doc liars have si rues at Dir'.eiilu ad in coiue itien ( of tiiu iiu U'iil of the uiua- lers to acci ti the iiuiou iiours suluduia. Iisfylug Hi" iloaeriimsnt. Nrw VonK, April HI. A World special from iililn io nu says: Htorkmen are shipi ing i n tic in thu Cherokee strip In dcliaiice of H e prc-idents pns'lnma tion. Iiuiidre is ol it en bai ls are being s 'lit then, i lie caitienre lulled throllcn to KiiiiiiiK p i nts, but when the trains its' In") th" a; rip 'he cur disirs are oneiii d and ibe raule ha-tdv unloaded. U is tsiiuiiitid tluit l.noo outtlu aie thiw lieing Iiiiiii d in o tho strip evrry day, lu spile of lac v lil.uic of the uullUtrjr, 'ul of ii luger Falsi. (?'iriN'i'ii, Tciiii., April 18, A ivcoU u (o Wioi.iui Day, lon-i.uin of itiett rail'oid i" ini'ii'i,, rut his llnge i hu Mil'. Tlie injury was at tint .rliliiu. I ill Ins : hursduv he was taken tohed with i.lood sn- nmg. lie died Suuilay IU 'Vut agy. A Pof with AoootnplUliaaaiila, Tlila dog's niiine was 1'era. His nina tor kept a burlier shop, nml no doubt many a iiiiiii ampixid into tlie bariwr chuir for tho express piirKo of seein l'cro tilav his wonderful tricks. Lie would sit un erect In cbnlr, wear k stovepipe hiiton his head, tnuku polite bow, snioko a pipo, read the newspniwr, mid ut his nuiHtcr's bidding be would liu down "dead," tlleii jump up and dance a liornpitie to vvbisllod tune. Walking along by his master side be loukoJ us demur aa any tlog rbu would we In uuy journey. I'liiladulpbla limes. ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY STRUCK A ROCK Steamer Suetta 1 oii'iuVrs Island OS Tlmrtlan And One Hundrad and Thlr- toon People Perish. Wltbln Titian Mlnutaa After Sti lklue, th Ill-l'iit. il Sli anuir Ula.tiipsara lleueatli ths Wiivia. Lusvlng Sourly aui Par aoua niiinllng lu tUa S.- Tlo llooh Kill on tlis I'liurt. San FliAXi itiCo, April 18. Details of the foundering of the ocean bteiimer Buetttt nit Tlmrdan Island huve arrived by stemiislilp ,iuripou. It occurred on March 1, p. m. The Suetta struck a rock, and In less than three minniee she had sunk out of sight, leaving Jtl peo ple struggl.n with the waves and car rying down with her an uiikuowu liuiu- ber imprisoned In their ntuto roouu. Uf these ou the surface many were carried uudcr by the debris, which became the salvation of other In all Hit lives were lost Of 125 whites, only thirty escnpeil, while of the Htt negroes, eighty-two survived, many of the whites boiug im prisoned in the staterooms. (.'apt. Sand stales he was on tne bridge when the vessel struck. He rushed for ard and ordered the boat out. He found the ship already settling. lu had just time to climb the rigging and jump into the water when tho ves sel seciui'd to stand on end for a mo ment and llieii Kiuk. After a half hour he was picited up. The rock on which the vessel struck hi not ou the chart, and is right in toe track of the course recom mended by the admiralty, wtrch states that tut'ru uro twelve futhonu uf water tlitre. A RIVER DISASTER. Nrgllgsi.ce IliVulla In tha Loaa of Bavaral Lives ut Kttat MavlllMW. East S aiiNAiv, Mich., April 18. One of the Uav line river steamers. Handy Ikvy, running between here and bay C'itv, bound dowu the river utulay, ran into the l'cro Mar juetto bridge and lost ic r up; er w or. It was a result oi gro-s cnieles-neMS. simv she was over lilty Iiet out ol licr proper ccurse. rt nu tlm in ii i. - r wor.is went the uassengers. among w hom the following uru reported missing: Mins .May Ilnight. Mrs. t'ntlierlns Kev ins, motuer of tiev. rather .Nuvms; a Lhjv and two unknown men. ln uiol: IhoiiiiiH Ma-sev, sevorcly; Churlea Mosw-y, slightly; laniard Ner- reier, sliclulv: Uudulih M'rvge, eye bad- iujur.d; Nimlv i'erry, of larrolton. facebadlv cut: unv from west side se verely injured. Isi.-i.lei a numlwrof Hay City 'm-oi-Ic whose unities cannot be as certained. 'lucre were about thirty people on hourd, uud of those saved several were injured. Due, J. W. Thompson, is now iu the lio-i'itiil dungi'musly injured. The river is being d ranged for bodies. (ieorge Utile, engineer, un I Ed. Trumii. the w hwlniau. are under arrest. l ant. iioIm u rencnea snore una escupeu, and the police uro in rearcu ol lilm. TA'aot Aftlior lu s Fob:. Sr. IIfhmk. S. E., April 18. The Kreiich Irigi iitine Joseph went ashore lost .Nitiiidai luubt on Dog Island, near here, during the prevalence ot a heavy fog. llu brigaiitint w-as commanded bv I'lll-t. Mcliol, uud wus loaded with suit from Cadli. I apt. Mchol, who was tho lost man to leave the i-luu. was lost, but t'e" crew eulit in mini er. wen suvisl. The caiastroiibe nu- caused oy the pilot mis taking a light in a uwclling liuuae lor a btacuu Uglit. WINO, RAIN AND HAIL Uuuauslly s,-ra aiurma In Illinois and lii.llana sniitlar. Biomivut iv, III., April Id. Tills city and its sin roiiiidlngs were deluged (uudiiv af.er o-ui. i our inches i if water full in li-ss than an hour. All streams are fur over their I auks, uud great dam uge hus been d- nu lo country roads and linages, a piieiiiiiufuiii ruin oi nan as lurire aa walnuts uisoiiifaiileu It is storm. The glii-s In Hie gre- n houses were de molished bv the hull, At Miiiler. seventeen miles west of tins cltv. neurly every window fat town wus liroken. The country between Minler and here was delug-sl, und tsmsidrrable Injury was lioae to tlio Chteugo and Alton track. I'de of thst w ere limited away, uiauv of them Is lng lislgeii ou the ruus. The young wheal aud guxdeu vegetables were eruaiiuu uar. Al Moomnnth, Ilk MoKMorril, III.. April 16. A terrific ind, raiu and hall storm, accompanied by the roaring noise of a tornado, passed north of this city alwut li elm's bunday ufu-rnoon. The meruurr fell twenty- five degn-es in two hours. Hall fell as large as walnuts and many windows were broken. The roar of the storm oreated r panic in this city. The path of the storm was almut three miles la width aud lay in a northeasterly (lino- Uuo. Kankakkk. III., April 16. The cury drnpiied thirty degrees In a short time Hunday afternoon, and the heaviest rain storm ever known In this vicinity fi ll for half an hour The streets in the lower uoTtlon of tha city were flooded, doing great damage to treeta, side walks, sewers and crops. Al Mantonl, III. RAtrrnt'i III., April 16, A heavy thunder storm passed over here Sunday afternoon, uccouipanied by terrific light ning and hailstones as Urge as hous' eggs fell, breaking many windows. Mail Foar lashes Dsap. CovtNOTo!", Ind.. ' April 16. This vicinity was visitoil Sunday afternoon Dv one oi tne mosi severe nun storms ex perienced for many years. Tha storm came from the west and lasted twenty minute. Hailstones as largs as walnuts and many as large aa hen eggs fell, cov ering the ground to tlie depth of four inches. Mnnv window lights were broken bv the hall and considerable dam age was done to fruit and the growing crops. II F.xcetlent finalities) Commend to public approval theCnlifor' nin limiifl fruit remedy Syrun of Figs. II is pliiising to the f ve, and to the taste nml by gently nctimr on the kidneys, liver nnd bowels, It cleanses tlie system effect unlly, thereby promoting the health and comlort oi nu I who use it. Mr. C. Plttmnn. Mlnck Creek. N. hud n bud sore leg, caused by n wound received diiritiB the war. and which hud len sore ever since. He was cMred by using Mrs. Jo I'cnuin'e Krmcriy and Wash. LADIES'KIDOLOVES AND- 'Where to Buy Them. No buttons to pull on or inch tlio wrist. Luco without hooks to catch or tciir. A good assort incut of all sizes iu stot k. For salo only ly 30ST1C IU50S.& WItKMIT, No. 11 X. Court Siiuntv. AT TUB LEADING JEWELRY STORE. The entire utoi-k ot Plated Jewelry, liirluilhiH line lirnuehea, Buttons anil llrucv lets, at 1-tf-ONE-THIRD 0FF1-1-3 KeKiinlUaa of cunt, aa wc Intend in the futun tu keep niillllnn tiut Solid Gold anil ftterlinu Silver Jewelry. ADTUIID M CICin nniiiuii mi iillui icmui! iruin er LLnUIIIU JkllLLkll, Mouth Malu St. AalievUlc. W.A.lH.AIU. J. V. Puowx FURNITURE AX! UNDERTAKING. No. 3a ration Avenue, M AFEE BLOCK. OPPOSITE BUIR SOLD STAND Wo are now reatly, and in vito our friends and tho pub ic irenorall.v to call and ox- amino our well selecioti sioch as a t of FURNITURE, Which we are offoriujrat rock bottom prices. L lidertnkiiifr a siMH-inl font uro. Culls ut tended day or night. Telephone, day 7.", night 05. BLAIR & RROWN. RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO. PAaassnss Iikpastmhht, Wcsura North Carolina Division. PAMtBNClltK TRAIN BCHKI1ULB. lis Kv.Hi'f MnrehU.'ll TStb Meridian time uaeil when nut otherwlai iniueaicu. BASTMOIIND. No. ni I mlly. No. H3 Dally, Lv. Knntvllte. (Umh mer.) " Aahrvllle, Ar. Hallahurjr, " Danville, """HIchniondT" ""Ttaleluh, " nuldalioro, " Wllmlnatim " Lynehtiurir, " Waahlniriim " Hnlllniurc, " Phils.. New Vork. "wsaTiiorsii. " CvTNeVVoriir " I'hlla., " hnltlmorr, StlOpm rj.'irmm n ntlnm .Unrn .1llpm I o(lim' S lupin rtoojim lViliipm 7 lopm Hnopm 1 1 'JOpm n ailam Ho.M Dally. Hiiflnm Sli2im AA'Jpm ainsm 7 30sm" laaupm lantlam Hn.lam nanam 107am 1 3llim IKoTtH" Dally. 121tlain Tlinam eanam 1 1 24am 8opm ' aiMipm 8 4lim eoonm II anpm 4 .lllpm OfWpm HHiipm " Vi'a.hliiKt'n 1 1 iMipm B07sm 3 3am " 8 oftam Lyneliliurs:, '" Hlehmond," ""lisnvllle, " Vi'llmliiKt'n " ilulil.lioro, " HalelKh, """Ksll.lmrv, Ar. A.hcvllle, " Kniiivlllc, " (IHithmcr.) No. (15 600pm 1 iHinin 4 lpm 12 4onm 7ilUan taiBnm 11 2(lnm H35im It. A. tk ft. K No. 114 Unlly. Dally, "sihi smfTv! Hot HprtaKS, Arr. ninamArr Aahevllle, Arr. H4ii p m 7 IM) p m 807 p m a 40 D m IIIIIU amli. tlMlllreaoflvllla. laanm " Hnsrtanhura. I.v. MttRI'llV I1HANC1I." No. laTllmlleiieept aunrtay.) "ttio amll.v. Aahrvllle, Ar, lllDamlAr. Wayneavllle, ' ilA4pm" llryaon City, " 840 pml" Westaeld, I.v, Nn, 17 8 AS p m 1 AA p m S4A a ftl 010 a m Nns. 0 and 81. Pnllman Weepers between rirvM.tiM. anil Murrlatown. Noa. A3 and Aa Pullman BunVt Hleeplna Cars lietwern Mot apnni and nnaninxion Aahevllle la lireaaioat aiauua iur no, on. Dinner " " " A. lllekorvls " Bil. 7 W. A. WINUURN, II. P A., Aahevllls, N. C. JAft. L. TAVtXIR.O. P. A. , Wsahlnaton, D. C. PRlVATBBOARD. NUW HOU8BI . NBWLV HURNIBHBD ALL MODBRN IMPROVBM BNTft. MRS. N. B. ATKINSON, No. 811 Haf wood 8 treat. raaSSdlv EVENING, APRIL DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Shoo Ihuwhos, HotBniHho8, Cloth Uruwhes and FIchIi UiUKlies, at T. C. Sinith & Co.'s. All the finest and tnoHt pop ular brands of Tobacco are sold by T. 0. Sinith & Co., l)ru?f?ists. Unft'liind's best Tobacco SeedH, selected for Muncoinlm county and for sale by T. C. Smith & Co. LuzoU's Choice Perfumes. Colognes, Extracts and Sachet Powders at T. C. Smith & lo.'s. Wo have iho best stock of r(ssed I brhH in ounce pack T. C. Smith & Co. ngvs e Hell the strict v mire i(ad of J no. T. Ii0wi& liro., as it gives tho best satisfac tion. J , u. Mnitn & lo. Horsford's lirad Pn'nnra t ion and Kordcu'sCondenHiMl MilkatT.C. Sinith & Co.'s )rua Store. Sherwin, Williams & Co, toady Mixed Paints, all coi n's, in small nnd In lire cans ut T. C. Sinith & Co.'s. liuist's Celebrated Seed Po tatoes, all varieties, just r oivod hy 1 . t. CMintli .v lo, )rug'gists. One (iroHs Hood's SnrHii inrilla ntT. C. Smith &Co.'i also a gross of N'otts Emulsion Cod Liver Oil. Dryden & Palmer's Douhk Keiiiied Hock ( nndy iSyrui v tho barrel or Iohs, at T. C Smith & Co.'s Drug Store. Colgate's Soaps and Per- uniery m largo asHortmont atT.C. Smith & Co.'s. A full assortment of Fresh (Sarden Se'ds just rtn'ived by T. C. Smith V to., Druggists, One Iluixlred Ihishols best Ued Clover Shh1, selling out at lowest prices at l.L. Sinitl A: Co. s Drug Store. Pluetirass, Whit Clover Timothy. Orchnrd (IrasHnnt Sapling Clover, for salo at T V.. Sinith & Co.'s Drug Stotv. Tho luririwt variety Tooth Prushos, both Knglisl ami I'Yench, also a fine lin of Hair Brushes at T. C Sinith & Co.'s. Special attontitm pnid t filling Physicians' prescrni tions at T. C. Smith & Co.' Druir Store. Medicines deli v ered to any purt of the city on short notice. Wo hnve plenty of good ind we are selling tliein a bottom riricos. Wo move tlio goods on snort pronts. i .0 Smith iv Co., Uruggists. T. C. Sinith & Co. lead the priei's in the Drug trade o Western Carolina. Compet tion has taken a backseat. Fiftv irross Diamond Dyes all shades and colors, 111 any quantity, sold by T.C.Simt &Co. Tho best Tea in the market at the price put up in smn packnges samples free, T. C. Smith & Co.'s Di Store. at Uff A fresh stock of DoWitt Clinton Cigars came in to day, also 5,000 Kleveim. These are the best live ant1 ten cent Cigars in Asheville, T. C. Smith & Co., Druggists Soda vvater nil the year v .... round at T. C. Smith & Co Drag Store; also Campbell liinger Ale. One Barrel Genuine Del in a thin Insect Powder and 200 boxi :es Spider Web Sticky Fly mt just to hand, at T. C. Parx Smith & Co.'s One gross of Mrs. Person Itemody and a gross of Swift' SiMHfific just roceivod by T. C, Smith & Co., Druggists. A nbw riKHD, iranared bv lead Am Ing members of th. enevllM nar nneat parchment ana neayy nat paper), cor eiing all necessary polnta, Juat out and now on aalt at the offlee of the ClTitss Psbum i no Co., No. North Court oaara, final at 17, 1890. TH E "H ICKORY I N N," HICKORY, N. C. s i POPULAR WINTER RESORT. o Average Winter Temperature, 5a. Degrees. Tho Hotel is liundHomoly Clectric LightH, Otis, Hot und tho conveniences of a modern dress TAYLOR, BOUIS .Wholesale and HOUSE FURNISHING HKATKR8, RANGES. TINWARE, &C. SANITARY I'LUMIUNO. GAS AND STEAM FITTINO, TIN AND SLATB ROOFING, At'TOMATIC ELIiCTRlC GAS LIGHTING AND CAU. IlfLtS, AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" CAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FOR MILLS A SPECIALTY New Store Under Opera House No. 43 Patton Ave., Batlrnatea Cheerfully Given marl dljr Aahevllle, N. C. P. A. DEf.lENS WOOD WORKING CO., Maanfactnrers and Dealers In all kinds of Dressed LUMBER, Door, Santa, Bllnda, Mouldings, Stalrwork, mantela, Bank and Bar Fixture, and all Hard Wood Lumber oof 14 dljr Telephone No. aft. W. P. WAftlllit-BN, Prealilent. W. H GlliniNa. Vlce-I'reaident. THE COVENANT BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Home Office t KNOXVILLE, TENN. Authorized Capital, LOCAL HOAKO 8. O. Hurt. Prrftlrirnt. C. C. MiCamtv, ice-I'rcnit lent. MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS. BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL mni a m-ncrnl tiutlneHn. Lend full fucc monthly. I Maura monthly payment "torsi, dent 1 1 paii I. and the prim-fpul ilciuhlm in seven J troiri u to i j kt cent per ytnr Kiinrnnicru. Hank aa Trustets. For further particulars N. rttmayl U Ofhcc for a few ilavs at Taylor, FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON; Dealers in Wall Paper, Window Shades and Patent Hangers, Paints, VII and Varnlanea, Maaury's Mixed PalnU and Colon. Window (lis French and Americas We keep In stock at. Louis and Kentucky Lead. s W. T. FBMNIHAH. PENN1MAN & CO, -JOSSISS HIAIRIDIW1AIRTE ASHEVILLE, Ne C. A0BNT8 POR DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHNONO ITOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO., OLD HICKORY WAGONS, ITUDEBAKER WAOONS, MOUNE SCALE CO ENOINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO. hod It SPECIAL SALE I We are now oflerlnir apednl haraalna In now In the Nnrlhern niarkrls. We are Kiilng io aril aoode at prleea to ault everybody. We Ami from eiocrlcncc that Low I'rleea do more to help out a dull liny than a big tobacco hrrnk. Wc are now aclllna on our third car load of Clover and Uraas Heed, and eixxt to be aelllng on the tenth car load of DRY GOODS ncfVire the year la out. A few pairs ot Men's Heavy Roots away lclow cost, and our Hinnnton Phiic for l.aillra at $!i la pualtlvely the cheacat ahoe on earth. Mcn'a $1 .00 Hats at 7nc. nml 1 Hata at ne., and a xreat many other thlnica that will aatonlah you. (IMAIIAM'H IIDMK-MAtiK HHOtt la the lavorltc with all the farmers. We only mention thla to ahow that wc arc on good terms with the Alliance people and arc selling them stacks of goods Asheville Dry Goods Co., J. O. HOWBI.U Manager. At old stand, 1st door below Pcnnlman at Co.'s Hardware Store. i HOTEL ST. A R MONO, t SKYLAND MINERAL, SPRINGS, N. C. Klg;bt Miles Soutn of Asheville, on the A. A S. Railroad. 40 MINliRAL SPRINGS. TUB The analysis shows Iron, Alum, Baom, Magnesia and Whits Sulphur. Cures Rheuma tism, tllood IMscsses, Dyspepsia, lniomnla, Nervous Affections and all Kidney Complululs. Commodious house and grounds. Culslna eiccllent. Terms rcasooabls. Address aprS dtf furnished throughout, has Cold Water Baths, and all homo, i or terms, etc., ad FRANK LOVGHRAN, Proprietor. marl 7 & BRPTHERTON, Kctall Dealers In GOODS, STOVES, Asncviiie, N. un all Work In our Line, Near Paawciifccr Depot. kinds of Building Material. Work a Specialty. W. M. AsimuKR, Secretary. Alb. Allison, Trcaaurcr. - - 825,000,000 AT ASltliVlLLIi: Tiikii. V. Tkhhki.i., Hfc. & Trcas. I. A. CruuiKi.M. Atiorney. value of stiH'tt at ix iicr crnt nrctnmm unvnlilc nml fully pnid up Mmi on wh iii'h a caMh dvl- vvnm. lciK)tiit mny lie withdrawn witn ah tu'cumit-s ucomiicu wnn innx naiiunw vail un T. HOWARD. State AffeuU llouii A: Brotherton't. No. 43 Patton Ave.S bote w. a. raaaisiAM. AND DSALBBS IN- everrthlna;. Our buyer. MR. J. O. HOWELL. Is FINEST SI'KINOS SOUTH 01' SARATOGA. E. As LcVENE, . .. , .-'( i i ; nanasrer. put thatorpsde la the wood.