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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 1(5, 181)0.
Arguments of the National Tem
KIOESSITY OF A POLITICAL PAETT
Many Argument fur and Atfalnat
High Mrino The Recent Failure
of Prohibition Aiiiemliiu-iiu In
l'onn)lTunltt, H hoilo lulunil ami
Mai-liiisrtt Lutiur anil tho Li
Niw York, June 11. The national
temperuiice ninifrrsB wits well iittewleil.
The prohlliltinuists hiiJ it U thoir own
way annul. As unu ol the wiker iwiil
then wiw no mviiaon to ii'lupt resolu
tions, as the feeling of tho iissi'iiilily
was mitHciently expressed in the n
IiImuh) whi.'h prohlhltioii ru-ntum-iit re
ceireil. The Rev. Dr. Divins aimi'iineed for
discussion the topic "ShoiiM there bo u
political puny whoso dominant ulen is
the prohil'iti'oii ot the liiiuor trnllicr"
The Kev. Dr. 11. K. Carroll, .-lit u- of
The Iiiilep'inleiit, took the ground th.it
uch a party waaiwt nei'ileil. A national
party to live must h ive a ilniiiiii.'iiit n.v
tiouitl issue ami prohibition is Hot sueh
The Key. Dr. John Unworn. litt presi
dent of the Wisconsin university, saij
the Kepnl'licHii pnrtv is now miller tho
most iinseriipiilous leiulership. It has
couituitteil itsf'lt' to it position on tl.e
tariff which it never ln't.nv ivcupi-i.
It can't he triKtiil to seeure pi-ithihition,
heuce the neeessity of a rrouibitioti
party which sh.iil iW-v..tn itself to that
one question an.l loree the politu iaiis to
assent to it.
I tpposeil to Prohibit lull.
Mr. Ilillinr.l. of Boston. apnkv in op
position to a Prohibiriuu party, lie
tuounlit this was to lw a cnii-jvss or
confeixnee, but it seeme.l to lie only a
caucus. There seeuiotl to be no room
for any one excepting those having one
ilea ainl one s-ni inieiit. lie th.'iiulit all
who favor.! teinpt-rnnct1 emiM stain!
anil work tnt;itlir.
Mm. Fes.-einb-n. a ileL aate of theM is
aaceu.tts Woiiieu's I'lin-tiaii T. iii r
nce union, in-xt cave ln-r iili iu. ui the
uhpvt of nioluliitiou in politvs.
Down with Hitfh l.i.eiie" w.-u. tho
burden of her remarks, un.t m id.-ntaliy
he argued that women simuM ! uivrii
the liallot in order to tske p ll!;e out ot
the hauU of the unworthy i )... who
were at present in control.
Henry (.'lav lla-.com iirnus. ,1 crcat en
thusiasm bv a sjksi-Ii, in the emirs.' UC
which lu: saiil that 11 the t'.-t-i ill consti
tution sfNl in the w ay of r -ue vnu the
liquor trut'ic he was ready, as Horace
Urwleysiiid he was r. ady to 1 i:i U lialf
of slavery, t" stamp and spit on tin- on-
etltiltl.iti and to take up Ills Muss.-t
Tile MIser.A uf Ifio Telicllli-nl .
The next subv i t t.iltii tip n- The
relation betAvis u t-tup-r,iii ! i im and
liuprovi d dw. Ihiu's.'
K. Kulton t'utliiu l. ptci.. 1 tie- m'-.-rv
of the lowest class .f T. ie u. -i
comforts to which tle ir inh.i
,- in I d:s
1 Hi- at-
coiidfUin.-d and tln-u pic nr.
tractiotn ,,f bright, w. 11 l.::
and spacMu sal . i,s aa-Ii.ti- c.
hip and ... iabihn ...m i. t-.'
'.. in. oil-
Ko'-rt U s,. s.f...t.irv f th- N..l:..iiil
Teni'riiii.-c I.i -ajue ot ii it I .!. cri.
iijioke on "T- inp r.nice t. f .ii.i m inv.it
lintiim. fins topi.- lienm .nii tu nt. .1
ister ol llliaiee of
m. i la.
Canadian e.s'riineii' m pi
Mr. Foster was iinavuidalily
An appeal f .r tiiti ls for tie
raiiii:ti was in id.-,
Iteent t'roliltitiloii I'niliii-es.
In the afternoon s.-si..n the topi - dis
cussed was What caused the failure of
the prohibition am ndmeuts in llieel
tluiia in Ma.vs i, inisi ti,
and I'enn-vivu.iia:" H.
Ulioile Island 1
11. Faxon, ol ;
Alaitsachiis. its. I icti. rainier, ot !' Im
yl-iiia. Uev. Ir.i L. t "itf r-ll. ol Ka.nle
Island, and others c.pivsid tne.r views
on the subpM't.
The attitude of the lalsir nicii toward
the lupmr tratlic wns then sp, k.ii ol
bjr .Messrs. (.ioiupt rs, Waki ae 11 and
Ktamliuif lone nt I'llnri'loii.
pHlM'tTi'N. X. J., Jlltie U,- L.X.llllllla-
tlons for udmissloii to the fr.-lnu u lass i
are now lu pmuress. due huii'lreU
yulitlf lllell have presented tllclliseiv. s
at the exauiimitioii here. L'h hI rxaini
lutlons are also ling held in litti-n dif
ferent plates, lucludllut rililadelplila,
New York ami I'lUstiiir. The Indica
tion are that the im oicltm class will
number Is-twivu J.lu and .VO. Special
iutureat centers around the exauiiiiu'iuu
of a blind student. Krank II. Uraish,
from the Ie.,le tllsitllte, whoexpreNles
CoutlJence ill hla ability tu keep Up With
hit brother students.
Will Hold Uale.
MuNTIKAl., June U. Jude Di-noV-en
devoted the inurnliiu to t iiniil-riiisc
whethei or U' t lie sliould dis. Imrne from
custoily 0. ('. Ilaln who la under arrest
for ihis'tllilf Ii. II. Cowrl.i. of Oevrlund.
C'owle iiiade a statement whirl) practi
cally clears Halo, but the Judge refused
to dlMcharcn Hale until anoibir nttcuipt
can be uiadu to hold him un a cliai gu of
The flood at Corrr.
CVirmv, Pa., June 14. Corry Avail
visited by another heavy fall of ram
ynatardav. Home damase Wad done by
the burstinK of mains and the HoodliiK
of cellars. At 4 p. lu. the larce dam at
the water works pump station went nut.
Tba reaenrotr south of the city la full of
water and will afford a sutllciciit supply
until the break can be repaired.
A Ilia r'artoir Hold.
Nbwahk, N. .1., June 1 4, The sale of
Klchardson llms. taw iiiamifacturliic
wurka to Hamilton l)lstou (V Co.. of
Philadelphia wim efleoted. The price
paid for the Hiver street pro rty and
the gissi will uf the busine-w was $.i0ll,
OuO. Mr. t liristopher Ktchnrdsun milled
for Europe for the benefit of his health.
Tho Colombo Hirlke.
Ooi.l'MUin, (J., June 14. The dtleiis'
committee luetj the company's Isuird,
lid after a fn-e deference the latter
want Into teuton and are still Uterine
From words lrops-d by on of the
treet carcoiiipaulet' directors. It it be
llavad they will either accede to the
tnkera' deinanila or tubunt to itrbltra-
BinMUOiuy. Ala., June 14. Hon J,
H. Bankhead Vat renominated by the
Deniocrutlc convention of the Sixth dia
tiiot at Jasper for ronvrtMa.
CU r FROM FAR TO EAR.
Thoaiu II. Clilti rs Alli uiila lii Take Hit
Otra l.lfe with a Hatur.
Tiwati k, (,, June 14. Our town
wna thrown Into a ripple of excitement
aa Mam as It was learned that Thomas II.
Olivers, assistant MMtinnster here, hiul
atU'inplisl to take hit own lire, lie It
tha bead of a happy family, and hlchly
respwted. linviiiK livwl here all bis life.
He and his wife and children had lawn
to a church frativul, ami waa aa uny and
pleaMnt aa usual, and not even his wife
or miMt liithnate friends had olaairved
the least thing w rong with him.
About 10 o'clock h and hat family
left for home, and no one thought that
Tom Olivers wat prenieilltnUiig lilt own
rWrurtlmi. After reaching horns, ha
' a tnat ha would ttap over to
Mr. Hi-own a tor a tew nnmiles, aim mu
go. He anil Mr Ilrown, who Is tho xst
niiisUir, sat talking ami amokiu for some
time. On leiivinn, Mr. l.'hiiera asked
Brown to look after the oieninnf tho
postoftlce, us ho hail some business he
wished to intend to. Ho then went on
home, his wife still up, awaiting his re
turn. After poseiiiK a few won la he said
he wns tired, anil asked his wife to hand
him a drink of cool water. She stepped
out on the porch to jtet the wilier, and
he went to a bureau, pulled out a drawer
and took out a rti.oi-.
lie Makes I sc uf the Dxailly Weapon.
Just as Mrs. tliivers returned wilh the
water, she saw her husband stniuliiiM Ik'
fore the bureau, his head thrown Kick,
and, w ith H quick slash, cut his throat
from ear to ear. The blood unshed out
ina cleat stream, and he sunk lo the
floor." His wife, with it scream, rushed
to him. mid in n few moments ncihls'tH
came in, and a physician was in the
house in a very shoii time, The wound
w as dressed, and Dr. 1 riven said that had
it been tin inch loucr. denlli could not
have In ch prevented, but be hoped the
wound, though a ghastly one, would not
Kverylmdy is amaed, and no one has
the least iili a w hat caused Mr. Olivers
to do this rash act. think, how
ever, that the prospect of losing his po
sition throiiu'li tl iitemplateil ivslnna-
tion of his .inlher-iii law us istmuster.
and some liniineial troubles, are the true
causes of his altempl lit self destruction.
THE PRINTERS ADJOURN.
Tu Until Their Ncit Ailiilull MuiIIiih 111
An. .M . la., .lime 1 1. - Tim Interna
tional T pocraphiciil I'uion, which has
been in st isiou here for the nist Mis-k,
has ndioiiined. A cleat deal of business
has U, ii attended to. and milch cooil, it
is hoped, "ill result to the printers of
the south. The punters of Atlanta Ty
HH;niplical 1'nioii. No. 4M. have spared
no pains or money to make happy the
hundreds uf d. lt-cates and visitors to the
lutei national at its session here. This,
to a u'reat ma joi it v of them, was their lii st
visit south, mid nil have expressed them
selves as U-inc delicbled. us well as siir
prised, at the Hue, royal. 8. ml In in hos
pitality uhlch lilts Isell shown ill, 111
from first to last; ami they return to
ttn-ir homes feeling satislied that a lire
of brotherly hoc lias Is-i n kin.lli .1 u Inch
is IsMind in tii'ow siivncer mid luithlcr.
Tin' lie.M lili-clllU lb Isi held III Hus
A I It l It- II, na In sit hmiilna ttlien a
I't.ls.m siiitlte Mil lliiii,
r.HIMIM.IUII. Ala., .lune II. Set, n
da s Us" leils I t McKell 1 , a little lieu s-
Uii eleieti tears Lild. was bitreu by some
kind "I a poisiiii si i.i I.e. hilt, sit inimnic.
.trol has just ilied. At tirsf. the woinnl
caused llllll little ill III. I o d.IVs ao.
In. ever. Ills let; is'u.in to ttcll. and be
lias sisin rutin, in delirium. The s -l-lliC
coiit lliueil tint ll his entire Uslv was
s1i ill.'li to twice Us III. rill. ll slv. l. -
l,.rs could do noiliitic for him. and be
f. 'Illlleil Jit tiie Ill.'lllll .111.1 IllVed like olle
it I, o had l.yiliophi.lna. Nolhiuc c.iild
U-d.-uu lor the h s r linlf Imt.aniilic
dle l III teiriblf Is 'lH. ll lllls lo Lei II
le.il lied bat Km. I of a -Make bit Inni.
llartliM l.t.it l.Miiiu mi, M. nt.
Ill' IIM.Mi. a., .Ill,, It These e, 11-
-ii lio n , ! ..in- are liiiiloic out a kte.it
maul curl. hi-, ns ii .-'I as s. 1 1. ais, thinus.
' lie . I llllli l.ltol t, .illnl .L.lieuii, IVoluail
liaioeii Mai Ilia linn . ii lio lias had only
tint rt -i-li'li loldteii since Islis, she
had triplets the Ii i si -in tones. I it ins
tllll s. and setel, olllirsslni.lt. lit the
thll'lt s'lrn clilldleh tint one is litlii
ali i -I"'
is i.i. it in um w nil ini thud
A I i'Iisii l. liter I rlchli'ii the Nt-i;riH-s,
It It Ki. II. N. I
Juae ll..lol,u W.
Phillips is taknir
Via census m :,itt
luro toit iislni. Ki... omls-county. Mi
incnilssay that when he pnmm farm
it here tin re are in nris-s, diet can I
-ei ii makiiiK for the wiasls. Ph ilips, in
a ioiiii ton e, tvoiiiii call lo I lieiii tu stop,
tellinc llieiu be was not iimnc toluol
them, hut they would run t.i-tiT. ..M,
the result is that he has Isen unable
k'et many of iln-ir names.
Iliirses ami Mulea irlt ttllli l,lnn,l.rs.
l.llti'V. tia.. .lime ll. liet, V.
i iirrv, n farmer ol Hiker coiintv, h
I . I ... I I . . . , !. , . ' .
nisi inns- iieini in suN-H ti iin ciamiers,
ami lias oih is sick, seteral horses and
Illllles in I lie coin lllllllltt liavi- Ihedis,,;!
ir. I isik, a t etei iiiaiy siircism of At
lanta, has Ihi'ii here to ilitcMlcale the
mutter, lie thinks eiery nuliiial adect
should Is' killed, ainl ll unci's ,io. ,v
the slate. If Ibis illseusv spreads, it will
play liatis- with l.irioer.
Northern nuclei j nl llnnaliut llli.
Dm ol. asVM.i.p. Ha,. June II. There
nr. ;n nl preparations conic on ntnoiicsi
the lllellll ers of tl,. N.,lheril lUK-li'tv (lf
tills place ami sooii.ni. l.,r the cotiven
tioll of UorMiertl I il 1 1 ii j -ell- III Im held
here nevt Wednclat . Northerners ami
snuthei-o. rs it ill l.iili j anii ipate. uud It
is predicted thnl mi, ei ii um result
ironi tins rein ciiin iiin; ,,i representa
(tell . ( -,t
fniiT Ii ilM's. lia..
ill inn dark, it ben oui
.lune II. It was
f our iiromineiit
eili. us to. I it iiH.n hliiwlf to severely
elms Isi- a i ole of the duini nionde
eh inicter a i n.i iiiiuty hip. f,,r crossly
illnllll line I I- a He III.. Hi Ihe .tiis'ls. The
verdict r ' . , irmral
W . AA . I II' I Isoll. ll lilllllll coiintv.
Kv,. un- i inn 1 .1 1 for con-re. s on (do
SI"' , til ballot, to siieeissl Mr. I'atlisle,
The city eoiinell. of Atluiila. Oa,, tiill
Is' askeil f,i eloee I1i Hie ksI room- A
greet iressiire will Is- brotlk'llt lutein,
lind It Is safe to say Hint ssil nanus, etc.,
lu the guie city will have to "hit grit.
How "A aa Ina" It Done.
Tim pnsvsa nf iissnylnggold mid silver
is Identical In each case. The metal la
first put through a highly healed furtiaro
mid uieltisl, the sninpli'S for "nssny"
Is'lng dips'd nut while the iuctnl ia In a
llipild state. Next, the mitnphi Is thrown
Into a vessel of eld water, when granu
lation cusuisi. Taken from tho cold
Imth, It is lsillod In sulplinric acid, the
liver dissolving while tho gold I pre
cipitated to the Is d torn, where It hi
caught In proper receptacle. Tho ncld
It now drnwn off and the metal placed
In another veesel laid with sheet lend,
the Is it torn IsHng platen of coiht.
Chemical action now set In, the add,
copper and lend Is'lng in a ferment.
While, the gold It being precipitated,
the ullvur, If there Isj any In the sample,
under teat, it being deprwlted in thill
metallic sheet on what before tho fer
mentation aet In were tha copjier plates,
hut which have now been trnnaforiucil
into blue vitriol or milphnto of cops-r.
After the metals hnvo all lieen deposited
they are giithensl up, and, with the Im
puritlet still reinniiiing, preascd Into
cake by a liydratilio machine which hat
a pTisMiira of 200 tons. Again it ia
melted (the gold and tllver each in eepa
rute vata, of conrao), tha pur metal be
ing again depmilted and tha Impurltioi,
aided by chemical action, left floating
on tha top. The next and last prooeet
runt the metatt Into ingot ready for tha
market of tha world, St, Loula Repub
Result of tho OonBjrvative Cabinet
THE EXISTING BLEACH WIDENED,
Strike of Postal lOmptoveH and l"o
llile Hlelke of the Meli'opiilllan
Police I'oiluixnl lVi'locoe AeeeplK
rhiitlanil's Teiios of Ailillrallon
Testimonial lo I'arillniil ManiiliiK
bjr the Dockers.
Ia'Soon, June U. Kverythiiut points
to the certainty that the I 'onset vativc
caucus at the t 'iirltou club ended 111 a
row. Upon the quest ions of procedure
and the advisability ol shclvinn one or
another of the important bills now in
various staires of parliamentary advance
ment not only the cabinet, by the unofti-
cial leaders of the Tory party as well as
the voting contingent of the ministry in
the house of commons, have for some
time past I men divided in opinion while
the pressure of the constituencies iisni
ttieir repi si ntatives, also variously di
rected, has incr .ased.
This caucus, it w.ia assorted by the
dictators of the ministerial iilicy,
would restore harmony, but the bitter
discussion Avhii h characterized the con
ference an I the f;.i Hire of the meetimj
to reach am definite conclusion denotes
u wnlenini! of the breach to ail extent
I thieateniiiH: hopeless divisions in the
I ranks of the party on peiidiuc bills, It
I is ,ililiouiire.l that another caucus will
! shortly he convened, when u further at
I tempt will ' ma le tc. mtlidiie the re
I factory element, but lii- determined at
titude' of llic cabinet minority an. 1 their
j adliereiits fives very utile en 'ourace-
ineut to tie- m tior.ty that their elforts
will bo SUCi essltll.
Troiitile tvflli the I'listiuen.
la iMii.s. .lune 14. In addition to the
parliamentary reU'llioti against the
tieadstroii.' pilicv o the ministerial
leaders in re-.ird to jm ii linn bills the
novel niueiit has a very serious difficulty
to coniii.ni in dealiiiK with the deliaut
sistal and p'liee employes and all poli
ticians acrce that the case ivijniros deli
cate h.iudluiii;. I'lu' wisdom ot I he action
of l'ostma-'er itein ral K.ulies in reduc
1UK the waxes of ti! 1 v mstiueii " shillings
ii week and u-is in!itii,' I'm more for ut-
tellililio a meeting ot tile union of post
I'lHce employes. Is si-riously ipliistiotled.
The ill-Moll of tiie lllell was in defiance of
a pi 'since prohibitory order, it Is true,
but the ipiesti hi wliicli tiie postal do.
partmeiit will lind the u'n-atest ditliciilty
111 dlsMisim; of to the satisfaction of the
elivtors Is that of jllstuv ii, the order,
and It is certain tu.it in the p-neral
stnk' of the iK.stiuet', wnii h is creatly
feared 1' til" i. -nit of Mr. li.iik 's arbt
trarj i"iir'. l ie sir, iters will received
ineasui I public support that will u-
toiiud the .liitii'ii itie..
i I'ollce .si tike I'lisslhle.
I 1,oimi. June 14. -The war Is-twet-n
i Home ."secretary Matt hev and Mmiro,
hu t commissioner ot ih uic'ropolitaii
lihce, hat inc culiuui i; "I in 'heresies
lialloiiof tie- latter, it .iicii Mr. Matthews
. has aecepted I lllel Wood, of tile Mall-
! clu ster i. ii ! i au' iui tin ntiniieil for
the vit ant "place. At tile time of the
l mnai i. ii ol ir i I . oil s Warren, Mr.
V.sidwasthe lllost i',lillll,lt ol the
candidates m. at inu-'d lor the siicce..si,,n.
but the previous record of Mr. M mil',
ill the capacity of t.rst assistant cum
inissiotier won for hiu. iiroiiioiioii I ith
chief coiiiniisiiiiiei's jo. The virtual
dismissal of Mr. Muiiro. tocether with
the dlslllfect ioll of the lll"..p,,t.t
force arisiiic Irmn 'he action .. the
CoVellllll' 111 111 the llli'tler of po'lc s 11
sinus, iin reisi I pay and ivinn tion nt
hours of ilutv. wliicli lieauii s tv.-r"
favored by Mr. Monroe, will make il
very ditiieiill to av. rt a police striii- in
the event of the uoteruui ill's adih'r
ence to its present sdicy t.ovaid the
I'ori ileal Accepts.
Li'NluN, .llllle 11. - Ill the holts.' uf
coimiious last evening .-.ir James l-'.-rgu-
son, parllauii'iitary secretary for ,.ri uo
nlfairs stated that I'ortuc il ua- accepled
in principle, im. ariiitratioiis nt tin-io-lh'oa
buy railrmid matter prosis.s In
Kngland and America lioiue -s-'cretarc
Matthews aiiiioiince t that the resigna
tion of Ollel 1'ollcel nlllllllssi, ier Mlllll'll
was due to a 'Inference w ith liiins, lf uu
iillestlotis uf li'Clslattoti uud ailmiuistrii-
tiuti, Mr. Hailoiu declined the reijuest
of Mr. 1'ariiell that a coiiiuuttee In- Hp-
pointed to impure into the matter of
violence on the part uf the sjhev ut Tip-
peiury ami a asuei.
Thirty (tolling Tories.
London, June 14. Asa result of the
t'ouseri'iitive caucus thirty Tory ineui
Is'tn uf parliament have revolted ac lilist
the uiiuisterial policy and are treating
with the I'liiotiists for th form it ion of
a cave. '1'ln d:coilt"lit Willi the ai'tion
of Home Secretmy Matthews in n-gard
to the police departliieiil is very general
and will have a great lulliieucu ujnju
the next election.
(iraiiliide in I animal Mauniiis.
LoNtHiN, June 14. The Iomlon dock
laborers in r ni 'inlirance uf the labor of
Cardinal ,Al.iniiui( in their bi-lialf oil
the occasion of the great dis k strike
prmtcntiid that prelate with a purse of
1M in honor ot Ins silver jubilee. The
cardinal, in accept inc the gift, an
nounced his intent mu to devote the
money to the endowment of a hospital
bed fur the Is-tielit of lauorcri.
Monarchies Are .Vino I'll a; rale Cul.
Lomsin, June 14. The medical
fraternity of Loudon are very Indignant
at the got eminent neglect of Hurgemi
Parke, of Stanley's extieditinu, who,
they believe, a lonld receive solus sule
stantial reuogiillluii of hi wrvice. They
are. therefore, urging his promotion,
ami their petition Is strongly Iwcked by
prominent men outside the uivilical pro
featiuii. A t'ongiess of MotilalUi.
Ilr.ai.iN, June 14, The Frankfort So
clalitt have i.'alleil congress to uieet at
Cut I bus, in liunilenhiirg, on June M,
fur th pnriKSMi of discussing sjitival
and triulea iiuesthuu and the iuultvr of
freedom uf t he plus.
Abdicates the Urgency.
llKIU.IN, June 14. I'rinoe Albrecht.
if Prussia, regent of th duchy or
lirunawick, h requested Emperor
vVllliuui to relieve him of hi dutie as
rugtut, owiug tohls physical iuUrmatle.
Tha Itnlly Cltlacn.
I idwnv (ili vc to the Inlcrcsti ol
Ashcvillc and lit nroiilc.
I the most ixipiilnr ndvertising mo
di um in North Carolina.
It rend bv n urcatcr nunilsrr of ticoiilc
thnn nny other tcculnr pa tar m the
I nlwnv filled wild the choicest rend
ing mutter of the tin v.
Hoarding houses, till their room by ad
vertising in the CrriftKN.
New, lind nil the newt, mnkct the Cit
izkn n gcttcril favorite.
No retail merchant ever made n irrrnt
hiktcm without advertising, Try the
An advrrtlacmrnt in the CiTitltN imvi
tu advertiacr an hundred-fold.
REFUSE TO BE COUNTED.
Eunineratoref Uxperlenoe with Ig
WaHiunoton, June 14. Mr. Porter,
the superintendent of the census, ha
been informed by Mr. Ashley, the ren
aus supervisor of the Fifth district of
Pennsylvania, that hiu enumerator
have notified him that Hungarian and
Poles and many Italians in Lackaivnnna,
Lnzerne and Carbon counties' have re
fused to give any census information,
even to interpreters. Many of these
liien. he hiia's, are clesicnaled by their
einiilnvei-s iiv numbers, each man wear
ing his inunlver on his person and
answering to it. The supervisor says
that if so instructed he will direct his
enumerators to take account of such
employes by numbers, in this way se
curing nativity, ace and occupation,
which, ill his opinion, would lo lsdler
than no information ;it all.
In his reply Superintendent Porter In
forms the sns't visoi that it is itllsis
aible that the census nlllce should help
to s'rs'tiiate such a state of affairs a
reported, when lure numliers of lalsir-
ers are treatM.I more like Is-isis of bur
den Hum im ii and known only by mini-Is-rs.
Mr. porter :;hes him positii-e in
structions to employ a sutllciciit iiuuils'r
of enumerators and interpreters to
thoroughly canvass these aople and
elicit fioni them tun information called
for by the aehcdiiles.
THE ASTOR HOUSE ON FIRE.
Khuncs on Ihe Top floor of Ihe l''u
Nkw Voiik. June it. Fire alsmt (1
o'clock Inst evening gutted the building.
No. 11 Vesey stleel. iK'Cllpieil by I,. Hen
j.'iinin. as a driiccisls' and chemists' sup
ply store. The hiiiliMug is siparated
only by a narroiv alley from the rear of
a storehouse. The lire ivas so lierce that
all efforts to prevent its spread to the
Aster house were Irnitlcss. and shortly
after T oclis k the upKT stories of the
hotel I" caii to burn.
The tire in the Aster house wn e-tincni-l'i
il utter it had done alsuit sn..
vmi dam ice I lulv :i I s nit a do.en risuus
etl the t. p tliKir AA'cre l lllll. d. A goisl
deal ol d 'image ivas done by water.
There was no liatlii' alllolic tile gllesl.
Tin' proinietot blames the tire ., iart
inetit lor ii "jlei-ting the hold until it
was a t i illy utile, lie claims that no
protection ...,s atrordisl him. The dam
age '..the prois'ity, U Vesey stns't. ia
II ll oil's II. It. HI.M'k.
11 .i.ii'iiUiK, June U. KdAviinl H.
Ha. .11 arrived here last night from .Vow
Vmk. He will tislav pay over to the
state of Varbuid (s-iav.s'U s,;'ih.ikki
ati'l l.:iii.'iii lor the iireierred Italli
llli'l'c all I ' lllio stis'k AVllicll the state
now holds. He aa ill afterwards settle
with the Hopkins university for Ihe
cap::.il -C"0; he has Ism Jit tr'om it. Mr.
Ilac u declines to say what parties are
in tue ,-i in m ate with him.
Arm lt, X. Y June 11. The worst
ram -lorui of the M-asou in this vicinity
set in a i nut :l p. m. . estel-day. Cellars
ill all parts of the cil were Ihsshsl and
the city owcr pi' s vere burst ill many
phici s.' Loss is estimated at y.'iw.iHjii.
The New York Central railroad track is
AVa-hi-d out for a disi nice of il feet,
two miles west of Am urn. No trains
are ruiiiimc and it will Is' some tiuiu
Is iyre pi.-s, iiccrs can Is' liitiisfcrred.
I Acs At Niai tier's
Xl'AV VollK. .Illlie I I.
. f. fee Slot sun ill the
The ivport of
matter ol wind-
me up tm ail .lis ol Iv
A: Ht at tier has
Issll lilisl. The ol'lclllll liabilities of
the linn were .S!i.ii'i.ii.i but isi I.issi.cssi
has Iss-n extiu :ui-iie I by closing out of
loans, mill's ot s, cut ilii-s. etc. Til -total
mioiiut of claim- Moved lie I ore the
refertsi was tsil.S'.'J.; t; list jut cent, of
thine agr-ed to accept pt-r cent. The
jihers will n ive alsuit 4t psT cent.
Northern I'aclllc Not In ll.
Nkw Yhiik. .Inn- 1 1. Uegarditig the
purchase of 111" lla tinmre and I lliiit
si.sk from the ciiy ot Haiti more by a
syndicate in Aihiih Itii hiiion l lerniinal
ii' oole are largely iiil -rested. President
llakes, of the North. Ill Plieilic. dented
that the Northern i'acitie had anv in
torest whaleA-er in I he purchase. Neil her
had Mr. Villard or himself any interest
Ttrldges Waslieil Away,
JamkxToaan. X. Y.. June 14. Yester-
dav'a storm raw! ihe water in this
vicinity to such an extent that bridge
were torn out in all diiit'tious. In this
city much damace was done by the
water, which iia-ln-d nut fonndiition
of house and sidewalks, causing a loa
of several thousand dollars.
Young Prisoner llrenk Jail.
ltt iii.iMiTiiv. X. J.. June 14. Jainea
Marsh and Diuil"! Kraneia, 14 and tt
year old n-spis tively, who were in jail
here for iM-tiy larce'nv, broke jail and
escaistl. luev prnd up ii Hi sir hoard in
the coiTHIor. oiiiii ,i n his.' stone lu the
cellar wall, mi l, removing it, crawled
through the small hole ami were free.
Comnieiirrnieui al .lolia llopkltl.
B.Al.TIM'illK.. .lune 14. The closing ex
ercises ot the. I,, bus Hopkins university
were held yesterday. The exercise
were brief. Addrew were made by
ProlesMir Ira lb-ins. n. the acting iireal
deiit, mid by Dr. Herbert U. Adaiii.
Laat eveninc the cloa of 'UU had re
union and biiiipiel.
Mr. Ilieuei' Anililllon,
Wasiiimiths. Jiiiiii 14. Ex-Cungre-inati
J. Hart llh'wer. of Trentmi, N'. J.,
is Ix'ilig piisheil by lien. Newel! and the
Kepublieiiii lender of flint state for an
ppraisership under the customs admin
Hold Fraudulent 'mure.
SriiiMiKlKl.n. Ills.. June 14. The n
preme court aflll'iued the dis ltloli of the
loAver court lu the casmi' William skiby,
of Jacksoiivillii, agent for the Cnicago
Ismrd of trade lii.ii. Hoby waa con
victed of making dat - for future de
livery without iiitetiditig to receive or
deliver the coiiunisllty. Th tiipreiue
court oninloii hold that noby t agency
waa manifestly not of legitimate
Munoiigabela Kb op Iturned.
MllNOMIAHKI.A I'ita, Pa., June 14.
The Monongahela Mannfactiirlng ooin
pany's works, consist, ng of a foundry,
inai hlue hon. blacksmith slmn and put-
tern ilenartmeiit, together wilh all the
outbuildings, were destroyed by fire.
Lom. flii.isHi: lusiiraiice, Ili.'iOU. The
origin uf tha lire la uot known,
Hcv. C. I. Cllmon. t. H Pvtcraburg,
Vn tiiyt: Ihnvciiaed Mrs, Joe Person's
Kcincilv in mv own Inniilv, anil it give
mr tilensure to my It nn provnl n valu
able Tonic and Purifier of the lllotxl, nntl
il thoroughly teted, I think will remove
aVIII'HCIIII.I. . IiIIIHON,
Pctcnilitirg, Va., Jiinuury 111, 1HHH.
Dr. Iiilwnnln, of I.lls?rtv. Iiilchcd hi
horK to a tree during a thunder atorm.
When the torm nnnaetl bv he burled the
ntiimal, It wat of no tine alter the liclit-
ning had finiihtd with it.
Co ii 10 to the loading Dry
(Jootls House whoro yon will
always find a good Ktock of
Dry Goods to select from.
Consisting of Itrilliiiiitines,
Cashmeres, Salines, (iing-
liiiins, Lnwiis, Muslins, Ta
ble Linen, Towels, Ke., and
every thing in the Dry (Joods
An endless variety of Par
asols from the cheapest to
We have the variety and
disposition to sell at a low
No. 1 1 X. Court Sipiare.
Tht ftitin Htmk ol
Im-luiliiit: littt- ltrootn-s. Iliittoiis ami UratT.
KcKunllf uf t-oHt. an c in tint) In the future
to kiip iittthiiiK liut 8imI Unltl ami
SU rhiiK Silvir Ji w rlry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Houlli Main Kt. Aiihcvillc.
A. Di.aiu. .1. V. l.itowN
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We niv now ready, and in
vile our friends and the pul
lie generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
hottotn pritvs. I'ndeitaking
a Hirccial feature. Calls at-
tended day or night.
Telephone, Uny 75, nigh t Cm
BLAIIl & BROWN.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
HAHTUAT HdUTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE
AshrrMIr lo Kansas Cltv la IT hu.ra,
Aslwvlllr tu Itrnvrr In Al hours.
Ashrvlllr In an frnmiscn, Clllirnla. and
rurtlnnit. Ilrrim. In A dsn.
HiiMiI Vnlllmlrrl Trnlns Ml. I.ntil to Kan)
Mvii r. nri'iinma rnnir mr irr.
For lull Infurruallu call ea or writ, to
B. A Ncwland,
IMtHH Prnrr Aarnt,
No. Ill I'allun Av.., A.hrtllk, N.C
J t'lUKl.TllN, It, I'. A., ChH-aan, III.
A nrroHfl hMnil mnnrv mmtk antl m italr
ptatfurtti ('fit. Kniif.r nf
Or KKIXV A AT R A CHAN,
UH PATTON AVUNUB.
.nn: iiiiiiini' Cjt nun. in 1? Vpm
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. 0.
A moilrrn'ftrHt clnn hotel. Hot anil cold water nnrt lmtht nnd tottrtn on evrry floor,
IJIrftrk lrlU in every room. 0K-n lire in ottiii and ifrntt'R in bed roomn. Otliiv, dining
room, Imu'h eoun.er, clmir and mw Htnnd and liar and lillliard rotim on fimt floor. Itlrc
tric Mtrrrt varM paw door every W niinutm, Kichmond and Uiuivilk railroad vatittK huuw,
20 miuutcsi fur nicala.
RATES, l.oo PGR DAY.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop,
J. H. MR VAN and W4I.TKR IIRKKN, ClvrkM.
ROUND KNOB IIOTIX,
Uf cUowi'll County! N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short dlslnniT from the fool of thv I'lnmu-lc of th? Itlur Klili:i-, from whh-h luiUnniir
lirtt-xi's ntv I'onstiinlly IiIiiaaIiik. The sevni-ry Is ik'ttm-siiic, wills uilil anil vnriril, nml
wntrr iurc nml aliuniliint.
1.ITIIIA AVATICK A I'liAV STIil'S 1'KIIM I'KdNT IMHIK.
lil.liCl'KIC Illil.l.K AND 11ATII KlIIIM.s.
hi'i:ciai. HATiiM ;ivi:ih to 'amii.ii:m.
OpvrtH June ihI. For Tt'rms, Hddrcss
J. Rl'LOW KRWIN, Proprietors
THK I.KADINO '
V WINE . AND . LIQUOR STORJC
IN THK STATIC
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MAROl'AKItT. M'tK'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C!
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Writer. North Carolina IHvision.
I'AKSRNf.liK TRAIN HCII I'.HI'l.lt
t HrsscT Mu nh a:n '
7Alh Mrriilinn limr itsril when not mhrrislsc
ItHllh mrr I
" Nrw York,
I ! .'ir.nin
A I nam I
1 2 -..lam
t Kllpm I
No. All I No. Alt
Unity. I I'nllv.
UWniml ti .1111.1
II 114am It I (Hlpm
I.T. Nrw York,
"siMipml' -J :ii Mi in I
1 J 4.1am 1 1 1 '.'.liim I
(IMiihmcr.l I IVIAnml
I No. A4
Air I h4ti p in
Ait.) Tihi p m
" I HOT p m
I.T.I 3411 p m
No. AS A.tt a. R. R.
MlMlamll.t. Hoi Hprlnirs.
Hlliu amIAr. Ilrailrrsonvllk,
KII'M PHY IIHANCII.
' No. I Itially r.crpl Hunilay )
OlOamjl.T. A.hcvlllr, Ar
1 1 ID a ml Ar. Vtarnrsyllir, "
3A4n.il 14 llrvaon c'llr. '
1 AA m
04Apm" WrslHrlil, !..!
No.. All sail At. Pullman Msrciarra lirtwcvn
(Im-a.lMiro and Morri.lowa.
Nos. All anil AJ I'ullinnn lluflrl Hlrrtitnit
Cars lirlwrrn llol Hiirlna ami AA n.lnniiliiii.
A.hrrllk I. Urrnklaat hlnllon fur No. flu.
" IHnnrr " " " A.I.
Ilkkuryl " " " Aa.
W. A. WINIltlKN. II. P A..
A.hrvllk. N. C
A. L. TAVI.UR.O. H. A..
wasninaion. ii. v.
mlltnr A.hrvllk Cltlarai
That oar many frknd. may know how
srr aritlni oa a, will .tat that av. took In
I lli.trl ami Hlorr
9,000 III Vive Week.
Took la last Antnrilay over 7iKl. 7A ut
that ara nnlrl. balani-c lorr. Ilolrl n ls
Irmt SIA that day. Had a.lHNi arrivals la
A month.. Our .U'rk is m.mmolh 3iK) (rrl
Ion and IA l wW. T.ll Ih ti.lanc nt
Ih. world lo rum. and ar "Old Chrd" amlk,
and bay foods of a Bad tan 10 to 115 prr
mia dir a. n. ciiitimaTttM a win.
TLANTIC CIIAT LINH
Ir and aflrr (hi. dal Ih. Adlowln arhrd.
Ir will hr run over lis"Colunilila IMvlslon.'
No. SaIrarra Columbia H A iio p, m.
Arrlvra al t. har1ts.loa.HHa V..1U 11. m.
No. 89 Ibarra Chartralon'...... T.KIa. m.
Arrlvra al Columbia 1 1 .AA a. m.
Crmarrtln with tralna In and from all
nnlnla on In. Charlotlr. Columbia Al An.
usia and Columbia A tlrrravllk Msllronda.
T. M. KMKttsuiN, Oca. I'm. Al.
I. P. IIUVINM, it. a annl.
Street Car Schedule.
rteaianlna at T a. m. Rndlna 10, (HI p. m.
Car k-vra Mount for all points oa Ihr
hoar, aoi twenty and forty mliiulr. thrrr.
achrdusr can ruanrct al tbinar.
Trala car and tiaaan at car nint cvrrv
train. On. vall.r allowed rarh rmsarnarf.
Haar trsn.frrrrd from all isiliita In Hi.
dty fur HA nnl.
THK AMIIKVH.I.H KTKIIHT MV. CO.
Wr Ihr ndrnlnrd havrlhl. rinr dlsaolvrd
larlncrshlp by mntunl mnsml. AM oldlKa.
Ion. not nlhrrwla. lirovlilrri fur will i nirt
br J. II, W.vrr Aav auruunta due th. Arm
an payslik tnrllhrr.
IIIINHINn At WKAVUM.
Thl. 7th day of May, I Sim.
Thf Itndrrslanrd hav. thl. dnv Airmrvl
rtipniinrnmln nndrr Ih. nam. and atyl. of
weaver ar Myera. lor Ihe purno. ol roniiuct.
Ing ih. .hoe bualflea In all Ita branrhra, al
the old aland of llrriiii A Weaver, flu I'at
loa avenar, Inns It. AVa.vsa.
J, Nor ail Mia..
Aah.vllk, jM 6, ltlrU.
botlam. If .ha Hal. fuHl .unalff Ma.
rail dlraot ta flattery, aactoaias atwriliw
V. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
rim Calf. HtWTT Law Omla aa4 CrwaV
moor As alfirproof.
nr.! in ih. w
srlil, Kmmra at.
iiixii hKWKn aifoit.
on 11 sii.HKn-fk u r.i.T HHnr.
;I.A(I I'OI.H'K A Nil rAKMr.MarJlHOB.
Wt.OU F.XTIC4 141.1'E rtl.r ntflllKj
4.UA ami al.JA IIOYKi M hlHII. AHOBf.
An aiatl. la luoiiroM. vullw
t.7 KHOK FOR MIKNEB.
Ilaat Matfirlal. Usat atylo. Hat rtrHa
W. 1 Cfcalaa. racktUM. Maa. u kf
Apply lousilurtiiK (he Inromlna Avrrk lo
, ... .
' rai inc K
k lunrry un Ihr npisidlc side
of Ihr rlvrr, nrnr Ihr Iroa lirlilur, anil Ihe
NINIt TKNUMHNT IKIt aiia
nrnr liy. A rihmI ruck maa raa art a liar-
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. I
tisrn dnlly, eiirpl Nundaya, from ID a. m.
an III I p. nt., and S until 7 It.
Th Irrtna uf .ulistrliillnn arci On. yrr
fj; mo., ll.OUi 3 moe., at 1 1 mo., Oticls.l
dally a i'U.
Ottlnrr for I ami Prraldrnl, Charlr. AY.
VYoulsryi Vln-I'mblrnt, Thoa. A. Jones: her.
and Tmuurrr, U, . WnUon I Librarian, MM
B. J. Match.
CHUrna and vlallors an cordially Invlltil
to lnsarrt the ralnloRue and Inwrils. thrir
asm a member. Jsn.'HSH'
A NKW liltltli, rsrrflilly nrrirrd by lead
In mrmhera of lb. A.hrvllk bar lo
Arasat panhment aad hear. Aat oaperl, eor
rin all nerrasary points, Ju.l oul anil now
on aal. at In. odlr. of th. Citoi '",,'''",J
las Co., No. a North Court auar. Ilaa"t