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The Fight to Secure the Louie
lana Lottery Privilege.
Englishmen Bound to Have It If
It Costs $5,000,000.
Th. Morrl. Bill EngroMd Hi Paaud to
IU Third Beading In th ImIiIim
Bran Br Vet of 0 to Anll-I.
t.rr Member. Claim Governor Oan
Kill It With a Veto Can Hat
Bat Alt Rouos, La,, June 23. Th
Newgass bill, offering l,fO,000
year fur lotiwy privHotfes, biu been In
trodnoed in the house by Mr. Pipe, of
Feliciana, Mr. Shattuok announoe the
Nawgoss proposition as a fake, and
nlnnini it as an infant bora of a black
mailing scheme. He says Newman, of
New Orluttus, wante.l to get into the
Morris schtunn, but a he hitil not duo
oeedcd In doing so, he, Newman, would
go aa high aa $1. 000,000 with Newgam'
money, which waa S.0O0 miles away on
the ether side of the Atluntlo.
The Morris lottery bin waa Friday
engrossed and passou to Ita third rend
lug in the houce, the vote being (W to 111.
The autl-lotterv members claim that
the governor will veto the lottery meas
ure, and thitt its friends cannot suciire
the necessary two-thirds to pass It ovor
Mr. tiliattuck said that a commercial
man met a friend of Mr. Morris at the
Mayor hotel and aaid that Newgaas and
himself hail boon apart a long time, but
had now oome tugether, and were de
termined to be in on tb Morris propo
sition. Mr. Motrin' friend said he was
chilled by the cool proposition, and
asked whnt would be done if it were re
fused. "Then we go before the legisla
ture and make an offer of tl.U-W.OOO,"
replied the gontloiuan, "and if no meets
the oiler, then we will mine it to l,t',
000. and if you raise that, then we will
go further and give $3,000,000 or more,
because we are determined that we
shall 1 In.on the proposition," was the
answer. Mr. Hnattuck wild the facts
ronld be suiwtantiatod. He was reudy
to answer any question.
Mr. Hi" asked the name of the com
merclal man. "Hi name, sir, is Isadora
Newman, the largest holdor of Meiicaa
lottery stock in the city of New Or
loans . replied Mr. Shattuck. Mr. Hhat
tin k suid he oould prove wliat he said.
He was ready to give the name of the
gentleman to whum the proposition was
made and the member who was to in
troduce the I 'ill. It was apparent that
this was a blockmaTUtig scheme burn in
corruption. MrT Kennedy saiJ aa In
VMtbration might to be made, and noth
ing held from the hull). Mr. Sliatrtirk
replied he wa willing, anil that Mr.
Kennedy cold elect a committee, and
make hiniM-lf chairman.
There waa tremendous applani-e when
Mr. Blmttuck gov Newman's name.
The house adjourned, the lottery mat
ter brill the order of the day.
This affc-rnrwm Informntioh was filed
by the district attorney charging Rep
reeetrtutire St.iuiaiit. of Ascension, with
having received ut X'anoiis timea bribe
from the I.onlMiiiia Lottery ooiupauy,
aggregatuig alH.iKXi, for lib) influence aa
a meuilier of the lt'H'.slafure. Stamant
gave bond of fl.oni) for his appearance
when rcuttirrtl to answer to the charge.
Man and tt'lfe Eseutrd an tha iam
ralTulil la ifrtada.
E1.10, Nev., June S8. FrMay this
town was crowded to witness the hang
ing of Johinh and Elisabeth Pott for
the murder of Miles Fswcett in Jan
nary, 1sjH. Fuwoett and a friend went
to rotts' house to oollei't some money,
and there the friend left him. Fawcett
waa 70. without a family, hence the
tory of Potts that he had left the coun
try wm not improbable. Later the
Putta family moved away, and in Jan
uary, lieu, the severed porta of Faw
cett body waa found in a cave-in dug
out on the place occupied by Potts. The
evidence wasTvhnlly circnmstautial, and
they protested their innorenoe to tha
It was an nnusnallv affecting execu
tion. On the scaffold Pott mudtt sev
era! endeavors to ohuip the biuid of his
wife without accomplishing ft. Finally
a touoh on hicr, wrist cauaed her to turn
her ay tuwjR his, and the mate ap
peal of lov oausd their lips to meet for
Am the rope was stretched amnnd Mrs.
Pott' neck she o1hsnk1 her hands to
gether and, lifting her eye toward the
sky, exclaimed: "Gkd help me, I am in
nocent" Her husband reiterated in a
hollow tone, "Uod know we ar both
C'nw Imuh a Wrarh.
OLMV, 111., June 2H. A Peoria, De
catur and Evaiwville freight train
bound south, Friday aftermsn, waa
wrecked near Parknrsbnrg, 111. The en
gine and eluviiii car were thrown from
tb track. The accident waa caused by
running over a cow. Cmductor A.
Spencer and Fireman Jack Hvsn, of
Alattoon, 111., had their leg broken and
were otherwise badly injured. They
were brought to thia city.
Med While Marls Hall.
Pimnvuo, PL, June W. (Tiarln J.
Young, an architect, from Columbus,
O., who ha laten working in Pittsburg
about ail week, died suddenly while
tilaying ball at Cycle park, Allegheny,
lleart ilua'ase la the tuppuevd cause.
Mlsalna Ullte ant.ooo.
CltirAOo, June SB. The New tart
Morris Ualey, a clerk and oaahier In tha
city water work office is missing, to
gether with $!U,000 nf the city's money.
It la said Daley was a gambler and lost
tha money at the gaming table.
On Ifnndred aad riflf First Day,
la th Miiate The pnatnfllr and oonsa
lar and dlplomatlo appropriation bill
were reported to the wnste. Th legis
lative appropriation bill waa considered
and passed. A resolution of Inquiry la
regard to tb clerical fore nf tb senate
was offsred, and th senal adjourned.
la th bouse Tb previous question on
approving th journal of WediiMday aa
amended waa ordered, yea 13", uay 1KL
A motion to reconsMar wa laid oa tb
table, yww 181, nay Is. Tb journal waa
Anally approved, yea 133, nay 130. Bland
moved to tak th bill from th speaker'
tabid Th speaker ruled against tha
motion, and ponding an appeal the bouse
SOUTH CAROLINA POLITICS.
rilltnan, th rarmers Candidate, fharged
with putting the Veiuoenitle l'artf.
Colombia, B.C., June 8H. A ohange
haa cover Uia pollflcal hmlsihara, and
It look a though Tillman have plain
ailing. It is now cliarged By tb regu
lar Democracy that b will split tha
party, and tha result wilt be that tha
Mate government will full into the hand
at the negroe and their alllea. This la
not consistent with the facta. It I known
that Tillman b ttat Isfmars' candidate,
and that be ha a good following, and
or the Knowing one are ixiiu enougn
to aay that ha la gaining grotuiii. . 1 ,
Tuliiiau sAy 'Tre trad la a dead
mm, but say ha bajhavea la tuciUantal
ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY
iroteotion free trade being a myth,
la has admitted that if he la elected to
the governorship, it will be his dim to
succeed Hampton in the senate.
It has developed that Senators Hamp
ton audJJiitler are both strongly opposed
to the BUb-treaaury bill. Tillman favors
the.plaii, and every county he has visited
so far he appears to haro been with the
In spuuking of the mooting at Union
lost Saturday, the printed version of the
meeting puts it this way i "The 'Mimes
of the fiiriiii'rs,' 11. H. Tillman, had the
day, being at times, very extravagant in
his charges of rottenness lu state politics
and the oltlccrs. One of Tillman's oppo
nents, lion. Eaiie, predicted negro rule
as a uaturnl consequence if Tillman was
There is no doubt but that the pollticul
I lot has been started to boiling in earnest,
mid l oth factious will do their utmost to
make the people liclicve that "we are
right." The furmerKseeiutoliecoiilldent.
VERY LATEST FROM THE MINERS.
Utile Hope. If Any at All, Is lert to Hie
rrleuils of III" tntmulx-tl Meu.
Dnniuk, l'a., June 3H, A feeling of
sotemuity pervniles this whole section,
for it Ih nine days since the Nir fellows
at Hill Kami mine wero entombed, and
hope bus given way to deuiir, and few,
if any, expect to llnd the men alive,
1'eople from all sections of the country
linve lieen to tlw atvne, and since Sunday
morning it in wife to any that 10.000 hu' e
viewed the eutoinlied place. The fami
lies of many of the miners lire In desti
tute circumstances, and an apjieal for
help has Imvii sent nut, and contributions
will lie gladly received.
In sjieakiHgof the disaster. Mr. Wor
inun suid : "l have Just come from the
mine, and I tin. I we have struck solid
:-onl, ami bow long it will take us to get
through it 1 cannot say. We will do ull
e can, but we feel better now that we
know where we ure."
It is thus ecn that little, af any Iiom,
is entertained of rescuing the tutontld
miners, and no one knows how long it
will Ih' U foie an oM'iiing is made to the
mine, but clesHiiidency bos aettliil over
llic rescues, as well ail the coinlliunitv.
and when the worst Is iiiiide known, it
;!! hardly fa- less than death to all who
have Iss'ii entoinli'd m long without
food or water, and fresh air.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
A l.lgHfitle I'lileriirUe lliintMillle Hill lie
lIi NTsvtl.l.K, Ala.. June SI. Soon the
nonnd of the iiaiiiiiu-r ami saw w ill la
heard on the new cotton and wool fac
tory, an. I lliinthullc will take on new
life. This city has siviired a gigantic
cotton mill, the capital stirk of which is
one million dollars ! Cotton and woollen
lihhIs. and fabrics of all kinds n HI be
iiiaiinfuctnred. The incormr,l'itirs arc
William II. Klannagau, of New York ;
(oxlfrcv M. I'og, Augustus II. ltohinson
and T." It. I "alias, of Nashville, Telin.,
mid Milton Hon les. of Iluntavillc. It is
thought that nearly two thousand hands
will lie employed. It is estimated that
seven or ei;;ht hundred new houses will
U' built, and that the iKipulation of the
city will I increased by from three to
four thoiisiind. It is Ntid Ihut work 011
the factory is to be commenced very
Mgliflllne rlii.vs Hutu .treiiml Ilia tit
Several 1'eruins Killed.
Maids. On., June '.'H. This city was
visited, in the ultcrmaiti, by n terrilic
eh-clric sloiiii. Several -oplc were
struck by ligluiiiug. Mack Harrison, a
negro man, and two mules were killed
near the city. Sam Campts ll, u young
white hoy, was sitting in a bouse nt
llpown's poialn hen he waa struck and
killed, und thekeeisTof the iend was
badly hurt. The electric car lieudipuir
ters were also Mruck. Walter Davis and
nnotber white Imv werescverelvsluH'ktKl
lit the isjinl. The air wus full of elec
tricity, nn.d it is not known whether all
the casualties of the storm have Isvii re
ported. Lightning was so terrific thai
mule curs ttopied running for a while.
A rimil of llriilikra Nrarura ltalea How.
Atlanta. ia.. June S3. The city waa
tbssleil with excursion negnss, who
imliilsnl freely of mean whisky while
hern. Rt'tiiruing on the Kant Tennessee
road, a while man hoarded the train nt
Klleuwisirl. nlaiut twelves from the city.
It seems that he did nol know that he
wus Isiaidiug a car filled with negroes,
and us the train moved off he tried to
make bis way through the drunken mob,
to get to another coach. The negroes
I e-'nn cursing him. and shooting com
menced at once. The conductor stopped
Ids train, inula numherof the negroes
juiuasl off. It was round that si' vend
w bite men and a number of negroes were
seriously h iiiindeil. The train was hndlr
tnrn up'w Itli bullets, and the wonder is
that more were not killed or wounded.
It is said that five or six nf the negroes
will die. No arrest were made, so far
as i known.
Yellow Kvr feared.
Ni:w I lid. kank, I., June i!l. Thero
Is some appreheiisinn that yellow fever
is on the Norwegian steainshiii Adrin,
from Hocus del Torn, with fruit. Her
rurgoof Imnanniu) was removed In barge
and the vessel fumigated and sent to the
lower uuarnntine station. The steward
1 if the Adrin died while en loitteaudwoa
buried at sea. and one of her crew ispow
sick with fever, and it Is feared that the
disease is yellow fever.
A Murderer Arrested,
nAYritu-w.iiii., .nine bii. 1 lie negro
wliu iiiuriierin young t uiixMiiKr last
wi-ek, was arresled at Hcreven, (lu. llu
hue two ugly I Mil let hoW m his bislv.
It Is not known where ha Iwlongs, ner
what ins nnme is.
A black negro mun arriveil In Atlanta.
Oil, from North Carolina, with a white
woman who, he said, was hi wife. They
were urrwiiou ui nie carsncu.
A Wealth? Oil Man.
The rtdieet man among the guild of
oil producers I John McKeonn, of wash'
Inton, Pa. About the time of the break'
ing ont of tha oil excitement on Oil
creek he landed at Castle Oardon with
no more of thl world' good than
thousands of other Immigrant, Hi
Brat vork In tho oil country was aa a
day laborer, with plok and ihovoL
grading seat for oil tank near Petro
leum Centra. He became, a contractor
and bnilt derrick and tonka for oil pro
ducers. Whim oil was found in the great
Bradford basin in McKean county he
got hold of some property and entered
the list of producers, He had amazing
good fortune and after operating In
liradford for several year loft McKean
county a comiutrntivoly rich man.
Be also made a fortune In Butler ooun
ty and then wont to Washington county,
whore be opened np a great oil bonen
The biggest wolls in that wonderful ter
ritory have bt4 his, and at timet hi
Income from hut gnshnre baa been aa
much aa $20,000 a month. Mr, McKeonn
nut on no style, and might be mistaken
any day about his wells for one of hia
workmen. Hit wealth run Into the
million. The oil prodnoer who ranks
second to hlin In wealth Is Thomas W,
Phillip, of New Castle, Pa. New York
Work ot a Terrilic Wind Storm
Near Karlvllle, 111.
A Clean Sweep Made for a Dis
tance of Four Miles.
The Number of Fatalities Probably
Twe School Rmm In th ryrlnns's rath.
Fssvle Hilled In Oa aad Klh
teea lijared la th Other Ssveateau
Casualties Rsperted at Pawpaw The
Till of Huhletle luoluded la the l
Eablvujjc, 111., June W.-FiUay at
abjoatSp. m., flv miles north of here,
an awful uyclone and cloud burat
swept th country clean for about four
miles In a track alwut ei.fhty arsis In
width. It was terrible In it force, tear
ing the grout trees from tlie earth and
whirling iuciu In the air, leaving only
the bear grot ud behind it in many
placed, 't caught the Four-corners'
sohoolhouse nurth of here in Its terrible
mhruue, crushed it like an eggshell,
and of the seven persons in it not one
Is alive to tetl of its terrors. Their
inamjled Indies were whisked into mid
air, carriml to sum distance and flung
upon the ground.
Tliey were Miss Matjule McBride, the
teachen Edna Hunt, Jennie Kudley.
Jllnnle Berry. Ada Rudolph, Lena
Prentice and Carrie White.
It was the fute of Peter Beams, the
broom pvddlor, to be pawing th school
botise at tho moment, and both lie and
his team were picked up by the cyclone'
electric energy. His crushud and lifelos
Is sly was hurled lino a neighboring
Next on its truck was the honso of
Newton Wo. si. It disappeared, but the
family, which had wisely huddled in th
The Town flfstruvrd and Seventeen
Piiwiww was struck and seventeen
persons killed and the town destroyed.
Tho wires are all down between Autlwy
and Pawpaw, and the uews was brought
lu by a carrier over th country. No
more news can be obtained at this time.
Papaw l a village of ulxjtit 400 Inhab
itants, in Leo county, on th Chicago,
Burlington and Qulncy road, about
thirtv miles weet of Aurora.
West nit oriielL
It passed w t of Cornell and played
havoc uiuoi g the farms. The housus
and barns of S. Plymire., William Vin
cunp. William Shutclilre. J. M. Brnd-
luf. W. D. Connor lal CO, Leonard
are known to nave neeu pnruy or en
tirely demolished ami four people are
fatally and other seriously Injured.
Two of those who are passed recovery
are Connor and his wife.
It tore down nil the promtnont build
ing of the village of Sublette, killing,
as reported, four iierxon and injuring
many, and it wrecked n school house lu
Brooklyn township in which were twenty-four
children, vighti-eu uf whom ore
The Storm's Wrh La-ted hot a few
Eaulviij.r, 111., June gn The scene
when th teniant struck the town wa
full of horror. The win le village was en
veloped in a black cloud and a fearful
roaring waa heard. In an instant the
air wt full of flying wood and timls-rs.
and a the tempest passed quickly over,
it wa wen that the town had suffurod a
fearful atroke. Not a thing was left
standing lu the path of the cdclone, and
where once stood a score of comfortable
home there were now but scattered
ruin, The names of the persons killed
In the mirrouudlng country cannot yet
bo learned, as the telegraph wires were
blown down and then! la no eoiumuui-
cation with Pawpaw saw by earner.
At the acene of the calamity, near
Earlvilte, search wa mads Friday night
tw the bodies of thow who perished in
the school house. Boon as the down
pouring subsided so that it was foihle
to get out t Hose living near cam to
rescue, and worked like hone In the
search for the dead and dying snd In the
resens of horses ami stock carried into
the streams. At the school house Jacob
Rudolph was ths first on the scene, and
lu criming a swollen stream btweeu hi
residence and the school house he wa
carried flown, bat suvvd himself by
grasplug an overhanging limb of a
willow hedge, some distance below.
Whils yet in th water the bodies of
Mia McBride aud a little girl floated
dawn to him. and all were taken out to
Bearrnlng parties from the Immediate
neighbnrhissl Matnnlny engaged In th
bunt for the rushes, and others from
this city have endeavored to reach the
scene, but have been forced to turn
back. Telegraph connections between
Earlvllle and Pawpaw were cut off.
Earlvllle Is a village of about
,000 Inhabitant. In LaSall county,
DX, on th Burlington and (jiiimry road,
seventy-four mile southwest of Chi'
Leaving the school house at tha Four
Corner the storm swept In a direction
almost straight northward, destroying
everything in Ita th. Occasionally it
lifted, but the wul country front Bart'
rill to Pawmw, in Loe county, Is
marked with ruin.
At least fifty farm houses and other
building wer wrecked and eight more
person killed. All buildings, fences,
orchards and crops were ruined, and the
Aswan dons was very great Even th
Tha Dolly Cltlacn.
Is nlwny alive to the Intrmrts
Aslwvillc and its oeonle.
Is the most popular ndvcrtlsing me
dium in nortn Carolina.
It read by a greater number of
than any other secular paper in the
Is always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the nay.
Boarding houses fill their rooms by ad'
vertisine in the Citiirn. .
. New, and all the news, makes tlie ClT-
BRN a general tnvorlte.
No retail merchant ever made a grent
sneers without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citiibn pays
tn aavertuer an ounurea-ioiu.
forests were nnabl to resist the force of
the wind, and huge tree wore torn np
bodily or broken down a If tlmy had
been bin reeds. Tim cyclone continued
Increasing in violence until it reached
th village of Pawpaw, whore the grent
est dtrriictiun of life aud property was
reeling ot Hespslr To Fall
Over lllinliar. Pa.
PiTTKiiriKi. Pa., June Snfurday
morning the following was reemvetf
from Dunbar, Fil:
The night shift Iro'ci. inl 1 an ope ntig
nt ::.) this morn.".;, .'"ne tiHpccior
Kigliley crawled ii f.w ..'0..111 twenty-
eight feet. He run d a birge room, and
said that the "gob" c.11 ei .il '' thrown
aside without h tuli c; ii oat. Tuere is
nothing to p.i'Vent r.imd pr",'ivs. indug
made until 1 Jim face of tie out is
reached. Mr. Ihxza'd d " not b dio.o
thai the men are in 'he Hill I'aiiii mine,
although sum" of tlm iniii.-isli. ldtii.it
Mr. iLurtrd bi lUi'
strngi'le is drawing 10 an ci-l, mid that
the Hill mine will lie en: n l 111 me
next few hours, tints muling the sus.
LATKH Tlio relief party cnc nimereu
a heavy fall of slate this forenoon, mid
It Is now stated that the eutoinlied
miners caimoi be rwehed for at least
tweiitv-foiir hours. A fisduig of despair
hastig.iiu fallen over the inhahituiits.
A linnsHU'N tieneriitls Otter.
Wil.KKsiiAititK. l'a.. June HI. A sin-
?;ulai ntler comes to iliis citv from a
ariuor named Wi.li.i .1 .forgaii, of
I'awm c eoiiutv, Ka.i. lie lias read of
the Axhliiv liistster and thu d'.stnsa
which e.H among the widows and or-
huus. He stattsl 1 nut he is una I ile to
irward any money, hut Ile o.fereil to
marry ' "l0 wniows ami priivnic
for her and her cnildren to the Is-st of
his ability. Ile gir.-s 110 details but he
iiivbuH oorre-lioudi'iioe. and gives every
ssuratice nt his .;o 1 1 taitli m the mut
ter. Thu coiiiiumiu-.itiim, which w.m
nveivtsl by the itinyor, has Ist-n sub
milted to tlie Ashley relief committee,
and thev will op- u correspoudeiico with
the wosteni 111 mi.
POWDEHLY AND G0MPER3.
Cooper I'lthin, Ne Vm-k, CruMdiid Tit
letter Nol I'rr.rilL
New VoR't. Jti'ie J!l. -A large iindl-
mice gaiheieil ut tae (''sisr rni m Kri-
iluv niiitii wi.ii Ihe exiH-clutloii of hear
ing n debate Mweeu .Messrs. I'liwderly
and tioiiipen on the labor ipiesiion.
While the chairman was mailing re
marks alamt a lct'er written by Mr.
(Junipers -,'tiO men arose and left the
hall. lut iheir plm-es were iiiuiKsliatelv
fllletl. When oinet waa restored Sir.
Powderly nddiesM''! the mcctiiig, and
his s) leech was received Willi gn at up-
He inaittj I no stniomeni tii'ii inn
knights of Luis r were the fir-l to sug
gest the ei-.dtl hour niaveuieiit. In a
letter Mr. (Toiniiers suid he was ready to
prove at any tune everything be had
said alsjut the knight, lie accused
Mr. Powderly of laiiiig a pettylogger
and double dcalor. Mr. (loinpi-rs wus
not at the inifting. Mr. Pow-Vrly de
clare that fioni now 011 the knights ex
pected to r,iu Uick ugaiust tlie Ic ici.t-
Mr. I sland Oir-rrd a lll llrllie.
CnicAoo, June S:l. The ownershiii
of the Lake Front Mirk. I .OKI fe.it whle,
and extending tnnu uiunioipii sirwi to
Park How, nearly a mile 111 lei:g.li,
between Michigan nveiiiie uinl the lake
ihore. has long I sen 111 di-putu. The
lipuriitu right is the hone of contention,
and claim is laid to it by the Mate of
Illinois, tlie citv of Chicago and the
Illinois Central Kaiirond cuiipany. Air.
belaud, us tile oiffler of the iHoia-rty
shutting on this park, has h.-en tightiiig
11 elioroa hlil' lits Usii it. ami lilts de-
lured his intention to light the liH-atloii
ul the world s fair tbcnsiu, iiegotintioiis
to which end have Ist-n in piogiei la-
tweeu the directors niul I ho Illinois (An
tral rouiiauy. Mr. le lan l snid he had
been otieicd gl.ono.issi to stop his tight
aguinet the prerorvatioH of the pain.
but nfused to reveal tho muuoof the
atria llitlialanees Two sllnds.
C"t.rMln.'H, O.. June '.'8. The excite
ment incident to the recent str.ft car
tt rote in this city bus r suited in the un
balancing of two minds. Allwrt A.
Lrown. a brother of Messrs. J. Kitiley
Drown and Preston Um w 11 , e 1 1 1 orsi if The
Weekly liecord, was arreted lor lunacy
yeeterdiiv. His hiilucimitioii is that the
tinker are pursuing bun. lie was
sent to Cincinnati to reliuve hi mind.
bat Cri'l.iy he returned worse than
ever, lestenliiy lie imagined tlial tlie
strikers were photographing him. Th
other victim is Edward Kim, a young
until, who ha been itcliug a a uctoo
tive ever since the si l ike.
ahnrklns; Vvuaeanre nt a Moh.
Prnywiirw, Vn., Juiiii v'il. Ned
Iloskins, colored, who at'eiupted to out
rage a young limy 111 i.miotiiicrg itouuty,
and who wassubseipii ii'ly captui-etl and
hslgeil lu the county jail, was tnUcii mil
by ttfty uiasktsl men. The jailer had
refiweu to sin render lis-kins, but tlm
mob broke down the diHirs. It wus
thought that Iliiskius had surely bis'ii
lynchtni, but he was found 111 a dying
condition In the wissls, where tho mob
had left him after thev bad castrated
him. Physicians say that liaskiii can
Too fond of Murr)lna.
Mr.Ml'HH, Tciiii., June Sil. E. J. Rol
lings recently married u daughter uf
Farmer Iirutoti und tisik her to Mem
pbls, where he descrtisl her. It wa
discovered tlmt he had another wife In
Mobile, Ala., 11 nil. when arrested at
Tuielo, Miss., was laying siege to the
heart of snothur young lady. Mr. Ben
ton bus gone Ui Tiiwlo to see Rollings,
aud the law may lie interfered with.
The SI. ruul-Mlnnriioolls Aftnle.
MtsNr.Aiiil.tH, Minn.. June 13. The
8t. Paul dispatchint giving an account of
th court oroceediiigs III the census
eiiuiiierntors' cases, omitted to state that
the continuance to Ai.g. 20 was on ino
tiun of thu I'idtud Slates district attor-
...... .l.u.l. 1 t.H. I. .14.1 n.it I111VM
iici, t 110 ii.-i ,m m tin., iiv , ......
evidence ujioiigh at baud to bold the
prisoners. This is an Important admis
Nirm a tluld lit Indiana.
RKiirniMi. Iinl . .I111111 ail. A vein of
gold was struck bv well-ilrillors while
borinir n ttrnll nL Illdiutta HliringS.
eiu-htis'ii milus wast of here. Old
miners wl.o have ni-u anm of thesiNjci'
lueus say it 1 alututt 100 per cuul pure.
Mr. A. I.. 1'inlcv, Marion, N. C, wus
such a severe sufferer from scrofula in a
most aggravated form, tlmt for yenrs he
went on crutches. He wncuredin 1HH3
bv Mrs. Joe Person's Kcmcdy, nnd has
been well ever since.
lim Garrison, a wild fellow nt Mor-
gnnton. who has been acting ns agent
for his father, Induced Mr. J. It. fenrson
to endorse note for $120 tlmt lie
claimed bis father had signed, He and
Chn. Shuplng left for Missouri after ob
taining the money.
Tll-tl.l.V WOofft'l' 8O1I10 1111-
licanl nf ISarpViiiiis in LiulioH'
Kino Dress (Jooils, Lining
S(fiiil ntli'iictioiiH in Mus
lins, Lmvns.-Clinllii's, Mulls
mid all line IHKMIH.
Tnlilc liiiu'ii, Ttiwcls, tSc,
1111 iiniisii.ill.v pri'lly lint'.
Siilfi'iis, Imlli 1'Vt'itcli ami
in 'l iran.
('ut priivs in t'vi'ry tlt'ii.'ii'l-
ini'iil ft ir ( lit ni'xl u'li days.
liOSTM.' ItlMW. & WKKiHT,
Lt-ailin' Ihy (itioils hihISIuh'
Nu. 1 1 N. I'tnii t Squall'.
The t-ntirr stia-k ot
liicliiilliig lint- Hr.nH'lus, Hutlous und llravr-
Kiguollrss of niul, as c lull nil in tliv flilurc
to lti ilolliing hut Solid Cold mid
Sterling Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mouth Main Ht. Arilievlllc.
V. A. Iti.Aiit. J.V. HitmvN.
pSo. ja Hatton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STANO
Wo arc now rvmly, imtl in
vito our ri'ioniiH mid tlm pui-
ii-ciH'i'iilly to full mul ox
IIIIIIIIO our WI'll HOlOOtCtl HIOOl
Which wo tiro offer innt rock
bottom prioori. I mkM-liiknig
a HiMi'iiil font tin. ('hIIh nt-
toiulod dny or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 05
BLAIR & BROWN.
Chicago & Alton R.R
' ' " FADTUHT HOUTU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST)
Ashrvtllr to Kansas City In 87 h.urs.
AHhrwIllr (ti Ih'nver In til hours.
Aslicvlllr In Man Francisco, California, and
rurtinnii, Oregon, in a nsva.
Hullil Vrstlhulrd Trains gt. l.onls to Kan
sns City. Hrt-linlng chair car Irec.
For lull lalurtnalToa .all oa or writ to
B. A. Newlaiid,
IHatrlrt PaMrnnr Agrnt,
No. til Fattoa Ave, Ashrrlllc, N.C.
. C'HAHI.TUN, (. P. A., Chlraeo, III
A ttrrnntl bund money anil one pair
piauarm trnim. nniiuirr ni , t , . .
C. H. COOPBB, rl 1
Or KELLY BTRACHAN,
US fATTUN AVBNUB).
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Fctt of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
l?Rfll, rs.FS3&---rH at -JrBS2wJje$.;
A nioilrrii first class hold. Hot and cold water and hatbs and toilets on every flnnr.
Iri-lric Ih-IIs In every r n. sn lire In uHUy and grntrs In fs-d rooms. UWcv, din nR
0 inlnuu-s lor nirnis.
RATKH, H.oo PUR DAY.
A. G. HAIXYBURTON,Prop.
HHVAKt nnd WAI.TKH. URF.KN, CIcrfcM.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
... ... urenlJ UAUTU A1DAI I fell DaVII OftlA
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE UN
A short tllslitaer from the loot of the llnnntlc of the Hluc Khlgc, from which hiilsamlc
incirs are constantly blowing. The scenery
a liter pure and abundant.
I.ITIIIA WATUR A I'BW BTUI'H I'KIIM
Bl.ltCTKIU lllil.LM AND UATII ROOM
HPI-X-IAI. RATKK lilVKN TO VAMll.tVM.
OiM-iia J uttt! tat. Far Terntii, address
WINli. AND . LIQUOR .. STORK .
IN THK STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
. m..Ah..t. IN0.43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N.
FOR BALK BY--
Ak1.cy.11c, N. C.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wt.tcia Nurth Carollaa IHvision.
I'AttSIINI'.liK TRAIN eCHKI'l'I.U
iIm Ksshl'T Mnrt'll U.1I
nth Meridian linir used when not olhrrwlsr
I mil) .
5 15am I
" Nrw Vork,
No. 30 No. (IU "
I.t. Nrw Vurk,
Klthniond. I .'HKiiiml 2:ionm
N 4011m I
1 'J 4ftam
" No. AS I
HI ft am
IU J im
a. at a. ,
S 40 p tn
TOO p m
ei7 p m
S40 p m
I.t. lint HprlnK.
" " MIIKPIIV 1IKANCIJ. '
'"Nil. laTCally rsccpt unday. l' No. 17
Pionmll.r. Ashrvlllr." Ar.3n8pm
II III amlAr. Waynrsrlllr, " I Ml P m
!ltllni" HrvsonClty, "
00 pm " VimlHrld. l.v.l 6 IP am
Noa. BO and (II. I'ullnian HlrriMT brtwern
Orrrnslioro and Morrlslnwa.
Nisi, a j and ni Pullman llum-t Hlrrirtna
Cars iMTlwcm Hot Kprln and WasliinKlon.
Aaht-vlllc Is unaklaat ntntlon lor no.
" Dinner " " " B.'l.
Ill.koryl. " " " " oa.
' W.A. WINIIUHM. D. H A.,
Astievlllt, N. C.
A. I.. TAVMIK.O. I. A.,
if wasninaton, i. v.
Kdllor Ashcvlllc ClUsrai
it nor many trkflds may know hbw wc
tUna; on w. will .tat that we look la
'la'lloUl aati Kliira .. .
o,ooo lu'VUc Week. .
Took la last Batunlay over 700. 78 uf
that was hoUl, halanc store. Hotel rrais.
Ertd 8A that day. Had ,HN) arrivals In
Amnnths. Our at'ck I. mammoth 81 Kl Mi
Vina and 10 ket wld. T.ll th nalaac of
kit. . ... -.- ' ,tlA t'KH" .mil..
aad hay good, of as and cava 111 I W lt
noeiadt . . CIIBDBaTU SKIN.
Street Car Schedule.
Dralnnlna at 7 a. m. BndlaaT 10.110 p.
Car leave itiar all iiolnts on the
hour, and twenty aad forty nilimU. llurc-
Sx hrdiilc ear connect at Square,
Train car and bsgKnae car meet evert
train, One valise atlowrd each passrnavf,
naiignae transferred from all points In the
city fOr SO cents.
THB ARIIKVII.I.R HTkHRT BV. CO.
We the enderslannl havrlhls day dlssnlvrd
partnership liy mutual consent. All olillaa.
lions nut otherwise provided for will lie mrt
by J. H. Weaver. Any accounts due th Arm
are paynuie lu eiinrr.
IIKMKINn at WUAVUR
This 7th day of May, I moo,
PAaTMHunttiP. i .ii'
. The ttfldrrsienrd have thl. dav formed S
mpartnenhlD under tb. nam and style of
w.avrr at Myers, ror the purpose ui conuuet
ms the shoe business In all Its branches, at
Hhe old stand of Herring Ai Weaver, S Pat
ios avenue. Iohn If, Wavss.
J. No.sw aivas.
lilt wtsiann nunin """"-
Is iiilurcs.ue, wuias wliu aou vancu, aau
Bl'LOW ERWIN, Proprietor.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
fAiacs Srtaisiaa. Lew Raris
nw Trlpa M Wak Satwe. a
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAM)
rlo.ijr. BahIi utr Matlsv, suwl Lake
wry Vtth Dvjr Belwtwn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
rwUJ Ma TS miv Inl, Jlr, Afm4U,
Doabl. Many tdtf Kmimmn
CHICAGO AN0 ST. JOSEPH, MICH
OUN ItLOtTSIATtO PAhfPMU 1 .
BUT- sad Karniralin Ttok.'. will lv fn a
bv ymirTlakPl As.nl, or aiii.
t. S. WHITCOMB, O. P. A., Oltsoo. Man .
Oatrolt and Oleveland iMam Nav. Cn
TO VEAIl UEU
ea tt aSMM f nathral eor4 ssrlf
mj. waatlas k a Isal an sunns, ate i m
Mid a valuable tinim laiald) eoatalnlng nU
aartsralanfnrbomamra. FRHc .harg. A
tplaattld matml work I should TU wad by evary
sua who is aarvaa and daMUtaSa. Addnssv
VMS. sT. C. WWLU, satas. '
SnvA dArw tv
TLANTIC CIAT LI Nil
on and after this date the follnwlii. srhnl
ules will lie run over its'Tulumtiiu Division.
Nu. OB leaves ColuuiMa O.'JO p. m.
Arrives atCharlestoa...... tt.BO p. m.
No. OS l-caves Chnrlrslnn 7.IO a. m.
Arrives alColumlila II.BB a. m.
ConnectlnR with trains lo and from all
points on the Cliurlottr, Colnmhla Au
(n.ls and Columbia St Urernvlllc Kailroads.
tiauy. . .
T. M. KMKKMON, Uea. Pass. As.
I. r DKVINK. l-a Hunt.
: Pattuu Avenue
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 2f PATT0M AVE., (Y.M.CA. R00M1 )
0ieB dally, except Sundays, from 10 a. m,
until 1 p. ., and 0 until T P.
Th term of saharriptloa am On year
3l 8 mo., ll.BOi 8 Bio., fl 1 1 ma., SOcU.I
Offlrers for ISIMI Presldrnt, Charles W.
WoolMy Vice-President, Tho. A. Jonra t Bee.
andTrramrer, D. Wataoai Librarian, Miss
Cltlsens and Visitor ar cordially tavilcd
to la. pact th eatalnau. and InacrllM) their
same aa sarmner. lanMldtf
ANBW DHKI), carrrully prepared bv lead
In in wilier, nf the Abrvllle bar Inn
dneat parchmeat usd heavy Sat papsrt, sor
erini all smwrv point, Just oat aad now
oa k at the nan of the Crrnan Pvblmh
pea Co., No. North Court Baaar. flaal!