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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING,. MAY "21, 180O.
JP u. CARLISLE
(tint It.'. .- T .tit.. I' '
Noif inatad to Succeed the Lte
vv ".'Senator Beck.
TheXreat Contest Settled on
the Ninth Ballot
Tb Victor RmxItm an Enthusiastic
Ovatloa Who Notified of Bli Nomina
tion and Brought Before th Caucus,
Carlisle's Addraee Will louau Hit
Duties m 8oan as Poailble.
Frankfort, Kjr., May 19. It to Sen
ator John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky.
Buoh win the daoision of the Demooratio
canons Friday night. Bat tvro ballot
were oast, making a total of nine ballot.
The eighth ballot itood: Carlisle 83,
Lindsay 88, MoCriary 80.
Another ballot wan immediately taken,
at the conclusion of which Chairman
Smith rapped for eilence and announced:
"The ninth ballot shows 113 votes to
have been cast: Of these, John Cr. Car
lisle has received 78 and William Lind
say Hi. I therefore declare John (J.
Carlisle the choice of this caucus to suc
ceed Jumna B. Beck as United States
senator from Kentucky."
Claude Thomas, of Bourbon, the en
ergetic young leader of Lindsay's forces,
throwing up his hand to command
silence, leaped to the front and moved
to make the nomination unanimous. A
hundred seconding voices were heard.
It was put and carried, and then pande
monium itself broke loose.
The cry for Carlisle and cheer after
cheer went up as the crowd expectantly
looked toward the door. Hon. James
Rudy's motion to appoint a committee
to escort Mr. Carlisle to tha cliaircaunea
the chair to amxrint Senator Anderson
and Mulligan and Repro'-iitiitive
Rudy, Thomas, Settle and Co per. The
interim was spent in cheering und cull'
ing lor Carlisle.
Carlisle Brought In.
The committee of notification was ab
sent nearly an hour. Finally a cheer
went up out in the crowded rot inula,
and it was known that Mr. Carlisle had
come. A path was forced along the
aisle and Mr. CarlUle walked down to
the speaker's stand. A cheer went np
that it seemed would never cease, an
the like of which was never approached
here, eiceitt bv that which greeted Mr.
Blackburn four ninntlis ago. Ladies
climbed upon the railing of the lobby
and oheerud. waved handkerchiefs, and
amid th hand-clapping and yells of
every man in the building, Mr. Carlisle
mounted the Mat I or in.
When quiet was partially restored.
Senator Smith, in a short speech, intro
duced "Hon. John U. Carlisle, the fair
est, bravest and ablest friend of free
government and Democracy. Again
the cheering broke forth and the mad
crowd, which Mr. Carlisle stood calmly
surveying, did not allow him to speak
lor over nre minutes, n hen the tu.
mult aulmided he began:
"Mb. Ciiaihma ano Oknti.emp.s of
Tim C.U'cts 'o words at my couiinand
can express my
thanks for what
lfSE5l. you have done
iu nit- uiuou
just taken by
you. Vnder any
would have been
a great honor, but
'coming us it does
at this time, when
a? you select me to
mi tue seat just
made vacant uy
vVIV the death of a
ax sriina cablisia great man, great
not only in his own country, but a man
whose rugged and intrepid honor and
services were known all over the world;
one who was truly a great seizor,
makes it the greatest honor you could
have done me. But not fur this reason
only is this so.
"In no recent occasion of the kind has
there been so many distinguished cum
petitnr. It would nut be well for me
to attempt to name them, for anyone of
them deserves to stand first Ui any line,
Men whom of all living Kentuclciaus,
Duns are more eminent or sublime.
He couldn't hope to till entirely the place
of the distinguished dead. He honed,
however, to take sum active part in the
struggle to win, which meant the
country s salvation, sua to surrender
whioh meant oar ruin. The time was
at hand when the Democratic party
needed the services oi all its (riuuds.
Th people and principles of the
Mrty represented what he conceived to
be the fundamental principles of the
constitutional government They be
lieved that the great power oi taxation.
ver liable to be abused, to be for the
public dm; that the property of one par
son should not be converted to the use
of another. On th other hand he point
ad out th object, principle and pur-
Doses ox th MepuDilcan party, in such
a struggle, a struggle in which was in
volved all that our forefathers fought
for, he could not see how and did not
believe the party in the right could
Concluding, he said: "And now my
friends, again offering yon my profound,
sinoer and grateful thanks, I go bak in
few day to the seat on the floor where
th good people of the Sixth district
hav so long sent m as their represen
tative to remain a little while, and then
to th place In th upper branch of con
gress and will begin my service there."
Th cheering after th able speech
was as prolonged a that which greeted
his appearanos in the halL When quiet
was again restored, there were pro
longed calls for Judge Lindsay and ex
Governor Knott, neither of whom re
sponded, and the great caucus brok np
In good n hired uproar,
1 Mew la eh National Rohm,
Washington, May 19. In th house
Mr. Caruth, of Kentucky, announced
that hi colleague, Mr. Carlisle, had
ba selected by acclamation as the suc
cessor of the lata Senator Beck. Great
applause followed, participated in by
members on both sides of the house,
Boottdal, Pa., May It. A true bill
was found by the grand jury in th case
tat Hon. Edward Callaghan against Gen
eral Master Workman Powderly, John
K. Byrn and Peter Wise for alleged
cxxtsptraoy in. defeating Callaghan for
the sanatoria! nomination in 1888 and
mining his business. Powderly has tele
Tapnea was n wui d nere on ju on
ay. Th defendants
hav had their
HE MAO A RAZOR IN HIS CELL.
A Ifegtw Slipped It Oal aad Gave It to the
.1 ) 'a ' falter A afyetary. '
MAfcb. Oa., May 10. It Is evident
that Torn Woolfolk, convicted of com
plicity in tha murder of his father nearly
threa ty-ars ago, and sentenced to b ex
ecuted ti growing desperate, and 1 on
tha alert to out his way to liberty or out
hi way1 to death. Paul Jones, a negro
prison;, stole a razor from Tom Wool
folk and gar it to Jailor Birdaong. How
Woolfolk got tha raw is a mystery to
the jaiMr, for h eartfiily earoMaevary
primer path- th Jail. It ia surmised
thai some visitor admitted to sat soma
.. fcrUnd hnfcng thd prisoners, slipped tha
Mjpt to Woolfolk.. Th bjade, U .bright
and sharp, and in the hands of a desper
ate man like Woolfolk, he could cut sev
eral men to aeatn in a very snort time.
Woolfolk had broken off a part of the
lower end of the handle and fastened it
in the look of the razor, so as to keep the
blade from turning back. He wrapped
the handle with strong twine, whioh
made the blade immovable, thus tiling
a most deadly weapon for its murderous
use. The twine was waxed, so as to
hold the cords tight. Evidently, it was
the intention of Woolfolk to catch Jailer
Birdsong unaware, when feeding the
prisoners, cut his throat, and then make
It is believed that Woolfolk has been
feigning sickness to get the jailer otf his
guard, and thus have a better oppurtu-
intv to Kill nun and escape, nnne tntnlc
that when all hopes were gone of being
liberated by the courts, he intended to
cut bis tin oat and cheat the gallows. It
is a mystery, but lie has uo razor now,
The r4ilo Somewhat Agitated,
Miixkd(ikvili.e, Ua., May 19. Bald.
win county is ugitated to an extent thut
has never before been Known. Hie conn.
ty commissioners met and fixed the
liiuor tax at $111,000. It a understood
thut several liouor houses would open
submit to iim-xt, give the $'.'0,000 Isind
required, and risk the chances of gaining
the cam's in the courts, but us yet none
have liegtin business, though several
licenses have Iwn granted by the citv
It is thought that the city council and
the county commissioners will get to
gether for the purpose of modifying the
action or tne county commissioners. Le
gal opinion of the city as to the commis
sioners' riulit to tax the traltlo is urettv
well divided, but it is admitted to be a
He Hulled Out and Maved His I. Iff,
Waihev, tla May 19. Mr. E. A
Oullick had the narrowest escape on
record, from Iming crushed under the
wheels of tin1 west bound imssenuer train
at this place. He attempted to board
the train just us it moved olT, when
some unknown person jumped nguiust
him. throwing: him under the wheels,
but his presence of mind barely saved
him. lie rolled out before the wheels
came on. though his pants were nearly
torn from ms person.
A Youth of PourtMin Vrara HlarliargMl,
Atlanta. (!a., May 19. A youth of
alxmt fourteen years of age, was Istfore
the federal court, in this city, having
been arrested in tiilmer county at an
illicit distillery. The assistant district
attoruev. tinding thut he was under six.
teen years old, entered a nol pros., and
the hov was discharged, lie owned to
having had nu active connection with
North Carolina Parma lining Well,
Rai.eihh, N. C May IB. The crop
bulletin is very satisfactory. Fanners
are busy, careful and sanguine. Cotton
and corn are everywhere reported as
doing well, and wheat, in some places,
shows improvement, though the crop,
ns a ru'e. win ne snort, owing to rust.
Twelve iirt for Nplt. and Kevetiga.
Sjhthvii.i.k. (ia., May 19. Tom Por
ter, colored, in a tit ot spite ami revenge,
burned his neiglilur's corn crib and out
houses, has Ishmi found guilty of arson
and sentenced to twelve year in the
W.ikly Itevlctf of lha Condition of the
Xfw York, May 19. R. O. Dun &
Company's weekly review of trade ssvs:
Ihe stiH k market has rushed ahead
until it has absorbed all the inonay with
in reach, and now some signs of reaction
spiMNir. with a little selling by foreign
homers, nuisiantiuiiy tne same phe
nomena have been observed iu Wheat
and corn, ami in the market for pork
products. Each has at command a lim
ted amount of monev. When the sun-
ply is alisorlied, whether by accumula
tion of stocks carried or by 1 vanning
prices, a reaction is natural. The tend
ency of prices during the twit week has
Wheat declined two cents on sales here
of only 4.000.000 bushels; corn a cent
and three-quarters on sales of ld.SOO,000
bushel, while oats are stead v.
The trade begins to comprehend that
inside of thirty days a new crop of
wheat will Is-gin to come into the mar
ket, and, while winter wheat is certain
to be short, the report from spring wheat
states indicate great increase in acreage
ana goon i rituiition.
Oil is two and three-eighth edits hiuber.
without definable reason.
The market for iron is weaker, and
the increased products is sufficient ex
planation. The fhlladelphla mark! is
''waiting." th Pittsburg market It las
strong iu tone, and saint of southern
iron continue to push down price at
New oik. Steel rails have Men (old
this week at IW.M) and $111 is freely
quoted. The structural market shows
no improvement, but plates are in fair
demand and bar iron is thought to be at
bottom. The kev of the iron business ia
that iiiilroud building does not increase.
and the demand for structural iron is
cut down by the concession of the eight-
iiour any to tne uaiiaitig trades in
many cities. Coal is still weak, but'
copper and tin firm and rising.
1 lie reports from other cities ar al
most uniformly encourasinv. At Phil
adelphia in the leather and boot and
shoe trade there is activity, whtl th
wool mantif.'icture is hindered by appre
hension of higher prices, and spinner
take for immediate wants only. This
is true of Boston also, though th
price rea lined at th recent flannals
auction here hav a depressing inflnenca.
At uiucaKo dry gooas sales exceed last
year's, and payment are fair, but the
clothing trade is dull, and the fact that
the bank clearings are larger than ever
before finds explanation in speculative
activity in the grain and pork markets.
Bt. Lrfmis reports a aooa traue. and
supplies of money equal to the demand,
While at PiMsbnrir trada ia rathar dnlli
at Cleveland fairly active, causing soma
monetary stringency; at Milwaukee only
fair: at St. Paul unmoved bv recant
rain in th northwest, where dronth be
gan to be feared; at Kansas Citv rather
quiet, and at Omaha good, with easy
The monetorv situation at New York
has not been altogether satisfactory.
The foreign trad of th port is mora
satisisctory than was expected, snowing
an increase over last year or s.sw.uuw
in exports for half of May. more than 0
Business raiinres occurring throughout
the country the past ssven day number
as compared with 9Q9 last wash.
For th corresDondine week of last vaar
th figure were 243.
One Randrad aad Twaatjr-Thlrd Day.
Ia th senate a eonfarsno was ordered
aa th anti-trust bill. Th silver bill wm
dlsettsMd. After a brief executive sasaloa
th senate adjourned.
In the hou petition war presented.
The tariff kill was considered and a aura
bar of verbal amadmat adopted. Aa
amendment of Mr. Henderson, of Iowa,
to retain th present rate oa lamp ehim
aeys was defeated 107 to 108. Several
verbal amendment to th wool schedule
s agreed to. At 5 p. m., the house took
a rscea, the night session being for private
A summer cottage bulll br a Hew York
millionaire Is of bemlook Inn hawa on Uuaa
Idas with I Ha bark left oa the fuwth akia. A
varanda 4 oor.ruotad oa tore side of th
koJkung af bemlock log in lb rough.
Marriage of the Secretary
State's Eldest Daughter.
Mr. Walter Damrosch, of New
York City, the Groom,
The Crowning Event of a Brilliant Social
Seaeoa Poetponed on Areouut of the
Keoent Deaths af tha tlrlde'i SUtor and
Brother A rrlrete Wadding Inipoul.
ble Man; Praeanta,
Wabhinuton, May 19. Margaret
Isabella Blaine, eldest daughter of the
secretary of state, was married at
o'clook Saturday afternoon at tho res!
deno of her father, in this city, to
Walter Damrosch, of New York. The
affair was the crowning event of a bril
liant social season, rendered the inor
interesting from the privacy which sur
rounded it. Public curiosity had been
whetted for some time by annonnce-
meute about the coming ceremony, al
ways guarded and never complete,
The secrecy watch served only to in
crease the interest in the event, was due
in great measure to the afflictions which
have fallen upon the family of the sec
retary of state daring the past winter.
The engagement of Miss Blaine was
announced some months ago, but the
marriage has been postponed because of
the comDiirativelv recent death of Mrs.
Copuinger, her sister, and later of her
brother. Walker Blaine. It was the wish
of the secretary of state that th cere.
mony should be postponed only so long
as was necessary; out ne sirongiy wisneu
that th marriage should be entirely
private, and that the witnesses should
lie confined to the immediate members
of the families of the contracting par-
The official position of Mr. Blain ren
dered it iuiiHMsibln, however, to main,
tain this strict privacy, esiieeiallv as Mr,
Damrosch was anxious that the Herman
minister at washiuuton should be pres.
ent. So invitations were extended to all
of the tnemlvrs of the diplomatic corps
and to a few personal friends of the
Blsine and Damrosch families. In view
of the semi-otficial character of the event,
an invitation was extended also to the
The ireueral interest which surround
ed the marriage was evidenced before
noon by the gathering of curious in
front of the Blaine mansion on Lafay.
ette square. There was uo crowd, and
no disrespect was intended by the as
semblage which gathered on the broad
walk opposite tne House ana wnicnea
with interest for the arriving guests.
The windows of the great house were
closely curtained, and the glow of many
a-ss-jets ditrused tnrougn tuem uuuiy a
son vellow llirht.
Shortly after noon tne guests cegan to
arrive. They were welcomed uy Mr.
and Mrs. Emmons Blaine and then by
the secretary of state and his wife. The
decorations for the event had been of a
modest, but effective character. Every
where throughout the rtsaus was ar
ranged a profusion of blossoms.
A white satin riuisiu stretched across
the drawing room, dividing it midway.
Chi the other side of this ribbon, and in
the library beyond, was the space re
served for the guests. As 1 o'clock
drew near they came in great numbers.
and it was soon evident that had the
wedding been less "private room could
never have been found for those in'
The president and Mrs. Harrison
drove over from the executive mansion
few minutes before I o dis k, and
when thev aunenred in the recention
room, they quickly lieciime. tor the mo
ment. The center of attraction. .Mrs
McKee was also piescnt as a memlier of
the executive tmrtv. All or the citiunet
members except the attoney geueral
The uiemlrs of the diplomatic corps
came not as they would hsve come to a
public function, in brilliant uniforms.
but arrayed in sombre black. Only the
Coreaiw were in colors.
The assemblage not only filled the
drawing room and library but overllowed
into tue hall when i ocih-k arrived.
But the bridal party did not ants-arat
the apiHiinted hour. What bridal parly
ever am t
It was nearly 1 :80 o'clock when the
minister. Rev. C. W. Douglass, the rec
tor of Mt. John s tpiscopul church, took
his position at the end of the drawing
A few minutes later Miss Blaine en
tered the room on the nrm of her father.
Sh wore un imported dress of white
monsseleln de sole, demi-traiue. with
applique embroidery. She carried in
her hand a boquet of violets tied with
white nnnons. witn her came her
brides-maid, Miss Harriet Blaine, who
wore a becoming gown of white crepe
use. nne earned a ntincn oi mar
guerites. in grooms only attendant was
Frank Roosevelt, of New York. Miss
Blaine little nephews, sons of Col.
Coppinger, walked one before and one
behind the bridal party.
Mr. Blaine, who followed tha wed
ding party, wore a heliotrope satin
gown; Mrs. Emmons Blaine carried a
nnch of lillies of the valley, bordered
in addition to those mentioned, there
wer within the ribtioiied enclosure the
Cm's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
iroecb. the im sun's two unmarried
lister, his married sister, Mrs. Wiss-
man. and his aunt. Miss Van Hamburg.
of New York.
Of the bride's family there were Em
mons Blaine, Jamea O. Blaine. Jr., and
Miss Abigail f)slge. The bride and
groom met at the tilace where, against
a background of bloseouitng plants, the
minister, prayer book iu hand, awaited
A hush fell over the assemblages
Dr. Douglas Imran the simple, solemn
service of the Episcopal church. Both
the bride and the groom made the re
sponses in clear, steady tones, without
embarrassment. Mr. Blain gave away
At the conclusion of the oermonv th
bridal conple tnrned and received the
congratulations of those within the rib
boned spaoe. The rihlxm was taken
down then, and congratulations became
general. For tuny naif an hour the
bridal connle stood to receive the e-ood
wish cf their friends. At the end of
that time the bride took the arm of
President Harrison and led tha war to
the dining room on the first floor, when
the wedding breakfast had been set.
There were numberless valuable pres
ents of an endless variety given the
young ouupl. It is said the spoons
Ita Kxccllaat QaalltlM
Commend to public snnrovol the Califor
nia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Pigs. It
Is pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
and by gently acting on tne Kinney,
liver anrf hnwela. If elranara the system
cflcctuaiir, thereby promoting the health
and comfort of all who use it.
Mr. A. L. Pinlev. Marion. N. C. was
such a severe sufferer from scrofula in a
most aggravated form, that for vcar he
went on crutches. He was cured in 1 888
by Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy, and has
been well ever since.
wonld fill a bushel basket, and there
have bean autv dozen forks received
The jewels and personal ornaments rep
resent averv varfatv of tha ieweler sit.
and there ar tables full of brio-a-brao
and rare rjain tings.
After the wedding breakfast the guests
lingered only long enough to bid good
bye to the family and to renew their
congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Dam-
roson took an early evening train for
in ew i org, wnere tne noneymoon wiu
be passed. May 81), in company with
Mr. and Mr. Carnegie, they will sail
for Europe and spend the summer at
the Carnegie Scottish castle. They will
roturn in September and go to house
keeping iu their new home In New
NEW3 IN BRIEF.
A Condensation of interesting Items on
Charles Curler was kicked uy a horse at
Aeuia, O., und seriously injure
Thunder storms Iu New Kagland Friday
did great damage. Two lives were 1 st.
Alnheus Bull, a nnmilnent i'lilifornian,
was drowned In the buy at San Francisco,
An Indiana miser named Milton tried
Just before his death to destroy bondi
Houston Blue, a colored man, was shot
and killed at Chattanooga, Tenn., while
resisting an olllccr.
A fanner named Staver committed sill
oide near West Alexandria, O., by hanging
to a beam Iu his baru.
MaJ. Ball, colored, was drowned while
attempting to ford Dix rive six miles
from Lancaster, Ky., Friday.
Oliver Bell Bunco, the Well known
author and editor of Appleton's publlca
Uous, died Friday in New York, aged (H.
Juce Cono won th medal for general
pronvleuoy at Victoriaunivfrslty, Ontario.
He Is a native of Tokio, and of high ranK.
Hou. John (). Carlisle was nominated on
the ninth ballot for I'nlted States seustor
from Kentucky by th caucus at Frank
Mrs. Frank Leslie' business manager
says that by a cable to him she refutes the
statement that she Is eugagisl to be mar
The Prohibitionists cf Kentucky have
nominated Mrs. Josephine K. Henry, ot
Versailles, for clerk of the court of ap
Three of the Xrw York excise commis
sioners liavs been indicted for neglect iu
falling to Investigate election law viola
Teu girls in an elevator In New York
fell through six stories to the bottom as
the result of a broken cable. None were
The Portland, Me., grand jury Indicted
Dr. Orrln ('. Murch for murder. In caus
ing Ihe death of Julia A. bhain by nial
A company ha been formed In England
to buy the Jackson Iron Mining company,
one of the lient properties ou Ijike Supe
rior, for fl.vw.ouo.
Seustor Sherman is opposed to free
coinage of silver, but favors giving the
country mure money aud advancing silver
to the gold standard.
A. S. Bright, a Chicago and Atlantlo
brakeiuau, was caught in a switch al
Markle, lud., aud had both legs cut off.
His recovery Is doubtful.
A sensation was created at Hopklns-
rille, Ky., Friday, by the flndiug of the
body of an infant lu a lxx, in a vacant lot,
In the suburbs of the city.
Texas Farmers' Alliance men are In an
excited state of mind, a million dollars of
their money being said to have been wasted
by the ma augers at Dallas.
Kentaro Kaneko, secretary of the privy
couuoll of Jsan, called at the world's fair
headquarters iu Chicago to make arrange
ments for the Japanese exhibit.
Charles Cougluton, aged M years, while
standing on s moving train, on th Valley
road, near Mineral Point, O,, was struck
by a bridge and bad his neck bnslen,
Frank Griffith, machine tender, and
Otto Bull and James Wilcox, laborers, em
ployed at Black's paer mill, at York
ville, III., were drow ned while fishing
Near Winchester, O., Charles Mclntyre
tried to force a shell into a shotgun by
pounding It with an iron pin. The shell
burst aud Mclntyre was fatally Injured.
Charles Randolph, ex-seurvlary of the
board of trade of Chicago, was found in
Portland, Ore. He statesihat the circum
stances of bis leaving I 'hluigo are a blank
William McKluiion, a prominent farmer
and cattle denier, was assaulted near
llellefontnliie, U.. aud rolilssl of :.
Warrants have been l-siiecl fur the arrest
of his aasr Hants.
Albert HarsHeld, president of the Chi
cago Uulltiiig company, committed sui
cide. He was atllicted with a tumor ou
tbe neck, and physicians told him be
could not get well.
Tbe friend of John Fye, who disap
peared from Brush Creek, 0., last Hunday,
and who haa not since lieen seen or heard
from, fear that he has been killed or met
with some accident.
Officials of the Chicago gas trust declare
that there is no truth in lbs published
statement that the Standard Uil company
has secured a controlling interest In th
stock of th gas trust.
Th Attic Delisting society of th Den
vr high school offers yearly prises for th
best essay. James ,1. Minder, 17 years old,
whose effort proved a failure, went home.
procured a revolver aud put an end to his
Two alleged dlsnmnd thieves, George
W. Urown aud John (Undent, of Phila
delphia, ai held to the Chicago criminal
court. Their plan was to Inspect rings In
jewelry store sud substitute paste for
Th drouth, In some measure o favor-
able to sugar manufacturing in Cuba, In
terfere with labor In Ihe fields, and cane
plauting for next, year haa been delayed so
long that It will he dinicult, If not Impo
lib), to retrieve lost time.
Mrs. Mary Hntigrrwcd, a young mar
led woman of New York, who ha been
confined to her bed by Illness for some
tints past, was awnksned by th bed
clothes catching firs throngh om unex
plained cauva nil became so excited that
sh rushed to th window, jumped out
and was Instantly killed.
That John L. Sullivan' challenge to
fight Jo McAullff with gloves to a flnlah
for 110,000 a side will b accepted then I
no longer any naaon to doubt. Several
prominent business ma of New York and
Brooklyn are eager to back th champion.
aad he oould get 1100,000 behind him just
as easily as 110,000 if It war wanted.
In Chioaao Mr. Ada Ekstram was rod-
Qlr posassaM of homicidal mania, and
string bar chlldran, two and one-half
year and nlas month old respectively.
threw tbem out of tha second story win
dow, An arm of aaoh child was broken
and th skull of oa fractured. Both wer
probably Internally injured, Th
mother was secured.
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The beat advertising medium in the
A full stall of able editors and corrca-
The neatest, newsiest and most enter
prising paper in North Carolina.
Ita clmrta are always devoted to the
upbuilding and development of the re
sources of the State, particularly the
Subscription, $6 per annum t 13 six
months ; 60 cents per month.
It will pay you to inspect
our beautiful line of Fine
Dress Goods which we put on
sale very cheap to-day. IJri
Iiantines and Cashmeres in
colorn and stripes. Challies
Ginghams, Grenadines, Era
broidoiies, Flouncings, Silk
Bateshe. Sat-ens, Persian
Lawn. J'imio, OoHsbnrred
Muslin, Itucliing-. Ynn Dyk
The nelebrntoil Morrow
Fine Shoes for Ladies always
ou hand. .
For Dry Goods and Shoes
nosTic imos. & wiught,
No. UN. Court Squure.
The entire tock ot
Including An Brooches, Buttons and Bt
1-3-0 NE-TNIRD 0FF.-1-3
KeKatttlese of cost, as we Intend in the fntan
to keep nothing bat Rolld Gold and
merlins silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
South Main St.
W.A.Hlaik. J.V. Uhown
No. ja Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We uro now reudy, uutl in
vite our friends and the pub-
lie ffeiiernlly to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
fottoin prices. Undertaking
a Hiieciol feature. CuI1h at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night Cu
BLAIR & BROWN.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wester Nortk Carolina Wyknoa.
PAtMBNOBR TRAIN BCHRUtlLB
Ha RrvacT March S.I I
rath Meridian time need whe act otbcrwlef
13 Sr. am
Ho. Bo TN
'. I Dally.
Lv. New York, llaiAamT i!Wipm
" mile., I Taoaml SnTpm
M Kalllmnre, I sanam CSdpm
Waahlngt'n 1 1 il.am 1 1 oiipm
Lynchbura.l 64tlpml 807am
"fclcKmond, I 8 Otiptti T"li SOa rsT
i)aav III. I iopm rioBaial
i.m t. a. r
) p m
Lv. Hot Springe,
Arr ' Aeaeytlle.
Ar. Hadi reoayirle.
a XJ p
(Dally ticept SandayT
9 84 Dm
Tint p at
1 no p l
Nna. 80 and 61.Jallmaa aieenera hmtmmmt
Orerneboro and Morrtetow.
Noa. 83 and BS I'allmaa RanVt atrrahia
war. nriwmi nni npnnaa ana waeningte
Aahcyille Is Rreakraet ataUos mr No. Bo,
Hickory Is hum B8i
a wisBuis, n. r a.,
Aaitu. at. c.
JAi. L,TAVU)R.O. P. A.,
waeaiagtoa, u. c.
NBW HOU8RI , NsfWLV VURNIBHKD
ALL MOOBRN IMPROVRMBNTB.
IIMi Ne Be ATKINAMM,1 1
No. ail Maarwood Saaaat.
Un KS f
Jl aopml 8 lie in
ion pin 7 30a tnl
1 3 aopral I3 .1(lnni
T Hlpm SSSam
Sftopm M altera
A ailam I aopmj
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modern Aret rinse hotel. Hot and cold water and bathe and tollrta on every "floor.
Hlcctrlc belle In every room. Open tire In ofltce and aratee In bed nwni. limem. rilnlns
room, lunch counter, cigar and news etand
inc etrrct rare pass uoor every ao minutes. Klcamond and Uanvlllc railroad eating house,
ao minutes for meals.
RATES, firoo PER DAY.
A. G. HALLIBURTON, Prop.
J. H. BRVAKt and WALTER GREEN, Clerka.
A WIND STORM
May Come and no, but we are Here to Sell Good and are
Going; to Sell Them.
DID YOU HEAR WHAT WE SAID?
Wc hare Straw Hats 1 cent to 00 cents each. Splendid line of 8hoea cheaper than any
ather house see them. Nine and Ten Dmtrtcr Shirting by the ense. Prints, Ginghams,
etc., &c, at any price you would nak them. Some all Silk lime Uooda 18 cents urr yard.
Would say more but thl. will convince you.
Ashevillc Dry Goods Co..
J. O. HOWBI.L, Manager.
At old atmid, 1st door below I'cnnlman As Co.'a Hardware Store,,
HEATERS, RANGES. TINWARE, &C.
SANITARY PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING,
TIM AND SLATE ROOFING,
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTING AND CALL BfJLf.S.
AGENTS FOR "ROYAL" GAS MACHINE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER WORK FORMIUSASPECIALTV
New Store Under Opera House,
No. 43 Patton Ae.,
Bstimatra Cheerfully Given
$3 SHOE o.NT?."M.M
i.ts shot ton MISSES.
HERRING eft WEAVER.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at T a. as.
Ending 10.00 p. m.
Car lean Square for all points oa the
hoar, aad twenty and forty minutes there
Schedule ear auaaect at Square.
Trala ear, aa haggng car meet every
train. On valise allowed each Masenavr.
Baggage transferred from all points In the
Ky tor 118 rente.
THH ASIIHVIM.H STRRKT RV. CO.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
Da and after this data the Ibltnwlna ached.
alee will be raa over lta"Colambla Division."
OS lyeavre cniumhta 6.90 p, at,
Arrivea atCbarleetM... B.HO . a.
Mo, 19layea Charteaton,,n T 10 a. ai.
Arrive. atcolumMa 11. BS a. ta.
CoaaeeUna with trains to aad from all
Bnlalaoa the Charlotte. Cnrarahla Si Aai
(ueta aad GotaaiMa Omar, 111 Raiiraade,
t. at. sMsswn. ues. ras. act.
F. MVNB,O.B Sapt,.
V '.: i i - tj y
mvrr ureua aaa jreai
ma .aa u tain m h m n tiviT iiinw.
and bar and billiard room on Ant floor. Hlcc-
Retail Dealers In
. Anheville, N. C.
oa all Work In our Line.
editor Ashrvlllr clUuni
That our many Iricnda may know how w.
arr getting oa we will state that we took In
In Hotel anC Store
9.000 lii Vive Week a.
Took In Inst Saturday over STOO. 78 ol
that aa hotel, balance store. Hotel regis
tered 38 that day. Had 8.OO0 arrivals In
8 month-. Our afck la mammoth SOO feet
long and 18 feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come aad aec "Old Ckcd" amlle,
and buy goods of us and save 10 to 38 per
nnvtSdtf S. R, CIIBDBSTItR H HON.
BUGOIES, CARRIAGES, BLACK8MITHIN0.
To the rltlsens of A.hrvllle and vicinity I
woulil announce that at my ahone nnCollrge
street, nest to Wooilliury'a alalilra, I am lict
ter prciarcd thnn ever to dn work in my line.
Wiiaon, Hugulra and Carriages maaufact.
nrcd. ReiHilnng and horachieing arr atw.
ririiiira, ano nenect satlelactioa aaaraniera.
My workmen are eepenrnced aad skillful as
my charges are modern
nnvysri B. Bt'HNHTTIt.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PArtTHST KOHTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST!
Aahrvlllr to Kanus City In ST hoars,
Ahrville to lleoter In 81 bonre.
A.hrvllle to Han I'rnm'te.'o, California, and
l'ortlnnri. Oreaon. In 8 dava.
H0II1I Vratihiilrd Trains ttt. frfillls to Kiln)
Hit. City. Mrcllning chair car free.
For full Information call oa or write to
B. A. Ncwland,
rHetrkt Passenger Agent,
No. 10 Pattoa Ave., A.hevillr, N.C.
J. CHARLTON, (. P. A.. Chicago, III.
Aahevllle, N. C, April II, 1MMS.
The coiartnenihlp heretofore eil.tlug be
tween the undersigned, an (lev th Srta aant
of PtlLMAM CO., I thl daydlesolved by
mutual consent. The debt dn by eald Arm
will be paid by Lawrence Pulllam, aad tbe
debts da to said lira wilt br paid to him,
and the business continued by him.
D, C. WADbHLL.
To our patrons of th past 1
I have this day sold my Interest snd good
will la the laaaraac baeine la Ashevlll ta
Lawrrne PulHam, who will eon tin ae th
huslntss. I bespeak for blin a costlnaanc
of your patroaaga.
D. C. WADItBLL.
pRDSTBU'S SALB ,
Default having hern made la the payments
tlpulatrd In a deed In trust executed Aprll
IT. 1HNB. by Oenrae Kimlier to me, and re
corded on page. 10 .t
rq. or hook in or
fflcs of the Regleter
anhiu, record, la the OI
of Buacoeabe eoaaty, North Carollaa) aad
mA. 1 will
t virtue of a power of ak thercla contain
, I will aell at puhlle aacttos at th court ,
houee door In tne city or Asncvme, n. v., to
th highest bidder for cash oa the 1TI
of May, tsao, the preaiHM described I
deed la trust, vlil Rrglnnlna at aetakt
I In A
take In the
eastern marsh of Baet street at J, B. Ray's
aortkweat corner, and running with said
margin of Raat street north 16" west, slaty,
two and one-hall fcet to a atake In the south.
era margia of Seney street 1 thence with th
eoutbera margin of Seney street north S
east, slaty-sight and two-thirds feet ta a
at a a 1 theneam a eouthcaetwardly direct loo
thenee eouthweetwardly wltbsaid I. a. Rav'a
Ha seventy-nln. leet to the plaas of begla
alag. Oa the lot are a two-atory worhanop
8(li 1 a-et, a two-room dwelling with par
tially mcloaed basement, aad a aood brick
fbaadatloa for an unSalehed hones,
HAROLD UOUBLHnAY, "
aprlfdat we . Tiat