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THE SILVER BILL.
Taken Up and Considered by the
THE VOTE TO BE TAKEN TODAY.
Mr. Bland Donlea the ExUtence of
Lobby and Say Free Coinage
Would Stop hMlver Speculation
PoatofHce and Consular Appropria
tion Dill Passed by tho Sonata.
Wabhisoton, June, 80. In the house
Mi. McKlnloy of Ohio, from the eotnuilt
tee on rules, reported tho following reto
lutlon: Reaolved, Tlint Immeillatvlv after ths pane
ate g( tlrls resolution, tlio houmt proceed to
eonalJer bouw bill 5,U (tlia silver bill) wltb.
aauata ainemlmoau, and at I o'clock WVdne
Aay, June to, tlio uravtuus u,uutiuu bo consid
ered aa ordered.
He demumlcd tho previous nui'stlon
on the adoption of the resolution, which
waa ordered, anil after twenty tiiiuutoa
debate the resolution waa ud"pt'd.
Mr. Coiujit, chuirmmi of the coinage
committeo, prcaoutod the reisirt of that
coinniitteo. It simply rttcomiuoudinl
that the house nonconcur in each and
all of tho senate amendment.', to tho sil
ver bill, and requested a cuut'ereucu ou
The Delinto ItPKliia.
Mr. Blund, of Missouri, moved that
the house concur iu tin senate amend
ments. With these motions pending the de
bate buuu, Mr. CouKr tskiiitf the in
itiative. Ho defended the action of his
comiuittoo, siiyiiijr that it had reported
wise and cunsurviitive measure.
Mr. Blond Dou't you know that free
coinage of silver would stop all sbui-ulu-tion
Mr. I'otijrer No, sir.
Mr. Bland Well, tliero Is no specula
tion in sold and that has free uuinatfo.
It would be tiie sniuti with gold.
Mr. Conner charged that free coinage
under the senate bill meant a bid of M
per cent, premium on the silver of tho
world. Mr. Conger charged that under
(he senate bill tlio SKiO.uoii.mili appro
priated for iK'iisnifts would depreciate
and the gallant iensioncrs would sutler
loas. Mr. Conger charged that the
silver atteculators had hired lobbyists to
urge a free coinage, bill.
Xo Lobby, Kay Ulniiil.
Mr. Bland deuieil that there was any
lobby. If he could not get free coinage
he was willing to accept the hoii lull
with an amendment providing that the
notes outstanding should not In limited
to the cost price of the bullion, and
another, that notes should bo redeemed.
In coin. He predicted that under tree
Coinage New York would take the place
of Loudon as the world exchange fur
gold and silver.
Mr. Kerr, of Iowa, criticised some
provisions of the senate bill, espi-mlly
the provisions that bullion owuers
wight receive i oiu or certificates.
Mr. Hill said he did not bchevo the
existing condition warranted free coiu
agx. Mr. Tost, of Illinois, argued in favor of
free coinage and said the house bill
treated silver as a commodity.
Mr. Town.nud, of Colorado, said tlfiit
If he could uut get free coinage, he would
vote for it four and a half million bill,
a an improvement on the present law.
Mr. Kelly, of Kiuimis. said the men
who held the bonds and mortgages op
posed the silver bill. lnraii it meant
cheaper money and larger pries for pro
duce. In the Senate,
The senate passed the postofllce ap
propriation hilt after prolonged deibate.
The senate then proceeded to the con
aiderutiou of the diplomatic and consu
lar appropriation lull. Mr. Sherman,
from the commit tee on foreign relations,
moved to increase the couiH'Usatiu of
the minister to Turkey from T,.1uU to
lj000. Agreed to.
The amrudinent relating to the work
of the international American confer
ence was reached and Mr. Morgan and
Mr. Reugan made ajs-eches iu praise of
the Mexican nud of the Central Ameri
can and South American republics.
A formal amendment proposed by Mr.
Edmundsjo limit the responsibility of
the United States In the mutter of the
intercontinental railway was agreed to.
All new aineniUiieuta having been
agreed to the bill was passed.
Kemmlcr Must Die.
Baratooa, N. Y Juno 20. The ap
peal la the Kemmler cuse came up tor
argument iu the court of apfs-als. but
when counsel for the people opened his
argument the court stated it did not de
lire to hear him and attiruicd the de
cision of the courts lielow, which was
that the warden of Auburn prison was
legally qualified to curry the sentence
of death into execution.
The Iloston Striae KiideU.
Dostum, June 30. The strike of the
building lalsirers in this city, which ha
been ill progress for over a week, was
ended yesterday afternoon when the
Master lluildcra' association voted to
grant the advance of it cents an hour
demanded. Tina make their pay 2i
cents per hour.
Against tho Sugar Trust.
BaraTihia, N. Y., June 2. Thu
court of appeals division in the sugar
oaae la strongly against the trust. 1 lie
indgment ot the lower courts dissolv
ng the trust are fully aflirmed by the
court of upiwal.
Cornell Freshmen Win.
New London. Conn., June Sill. The
Yale-Giriiell-Oilumbtit freshmen's boat
race, on the Thames last evening, waa
won by Cornell. Time, ll.lt. Yale
second. Time, 12.00. Columbia third.
Berlin Boycott IlulTulo lilll.
Bkhun, June 28. The police have de
cided to refuse a permit to Buffalo BiU'i
wild west show on the ground that it is
demoralizing to routh,
Yale Wine at Ilaseball.
New Havkn, June 20. Five thousand
Seonla witnessed tho Yale-Harvard
chainuioiishiu game, iiue won by
core of ? to 1.
Bernhartlt'a Narrow Kwnpc.
London, June DO. Sarah Bernhardt
took an overdose of chloral and waa
saved from death only by euergetio
Hulllvaa Fined $500.
Purvis, Mia., Juno 24. Hulllvaa
pleaded guilty, and was fined 00O.
TILLMAN FOR GOVERNOR.
oath Caroline Is IHrred tram the He la
Coi.ctiniA, 8. C, June M. It Is now
two (lava since the great political Kroner
in and sueaklns took Dlooe In tlua city,
and porta are coming in from aliiustt
anrr section of the state ennlaudlug the
action of Tillman in hit bold stand against
the elate government administration. It
la evident that some of tha politicians
are paralysed, and others do not know
which way to turn or what to turn to,
Perhaps the eatest political revolution
la tha, atatare hiata I hslnc ft iiluht. and
tha indications are that Tillman will bo
' the kaeooi tha aatmiaiirn , 'i
i ' The tat executive committee ha
M il iii a'.-a.i as isi no aaai,' .rust.
called a convention to meet here on the
13th of August mid decide whether they
will call primaries. It la almost certain
that wlun thiibonventiongets together,
Tillman will be nominated by acclama
tion. Ho has iiot thinro iu a swing from
one side of the state to the other, and it
appears us though he it on the crest of a
licnii wave, it is now preuicieu unn it
will take a muu of immense nerve to
lend the party that opposes Tillman.
Col. Sloan, chairman ol me iticiuanu
executive committee, saya the ami-mi
lium party may win, but aa things iook
now, they have not the least bit of a
show. It is Tillimiu, Tillman, at every
I ho campaign has just oiened fairly,
uiiil (Jen. Hampton and other prominent
men, will canvass the state against un
man, but it is conceded that their elToi'ts
will la of little Is-iu til, aa the farmers'
amlidate has hlacd out his road ami
made it clear.
The Pougli kecpsic Mrldge Itouto.
lin tiuuhk . Jnne 'il. Uu June IIU a
new through car line will bu established
between lW'Ul, I'liliaileipma, itiUll
more uud Wonliuigtou, viu l'oughkeep-
sio, . x liriilge. tiie rauroans toriu-
ing the new routo are me uosiou aim
Maine Central, New England and
Western I'eniisvlvama, 1'oughkeepsie
aud liiiston, Jersey Central, l'hllmlol-
plua mid lieixinig and Baltimore ana
oliio roiuls. Triiins will leave Boston
from the Causeway street station of the
Uostou and Maine railroad and pas
sengers to and from points east of Bos
ton will avoid the long stage transfer
across the city. This will prove a great
convenii nee to the summer tourist
travel from the south to Uar Harbor, the
Maine coast uud the v, into mountain
t orders In the Mountains.
Hintkn, V. Vit.. June ;U, Two hor
rible murders were committed Ht Taze
well Court House. Va., not far from the
West irgiuia line, news or which
has just Uvii riH-etved. Dennis Ilowerv
was ai lacked by a Hum Ualiied Call,
who cut his victim's throat from ear to
ar with u razor. Ihe same day while
oliu Holiiusi m was going to see ulsmt
llowery's grave, .lames Harris, the
lather of the man who wits digging the
grave, met him aud accusing Kolunsou
if shooting at nun at once opcucu ure.
Koliiiitou was shut through the heart,
but lavfore falling lire I twice at his mur-
erer. one ball wounding linn.
Kplohiou In uu Inl'ant Asjluui.
Nbw Y'l:K. June slit. A barrel of ben
zine explo'leil III me -cw iora iiiiani
asvluiii. one mile from Mount ernoii,
which is a branch ot the .New lorn in
fant asylum, and is conducted entirely
by women. Wlr'iitiic explosion occur
red iu the basement IsMieath the diuing
Psuii. aud the buiu.ug b. nzme rau iu
all directions, there w;us a great commo
tion. SNiine ijtiii kwitled women, how
ever, seized the hs with which the
asylum is supplied and m put the lire
The Census of New lll iinsu b k.
New lim xswii k. X. .1.. June JO The
eiiMis of New Brunswick has Ik'.'Ii com
pleted, uud will showtu.it tae city has
less than W.ihki inhabit. ints. Iu Ixwi
the jHipiilatieii was IT.lii?, and in I , it
was i ( 'i.mplaitit have l-eu made
that maiiv families have lt.fi! niis"d.
mid it is iiileged that from aiM to .VHi
names have not bei n record 'd. The
enumerators refuse to give tile exact
figures of the r turns.
A Little (ill I s I'm hello Ileal li.
Tuksti'N. June ,'H. IJirfha (iaiser.
Jlgftl 11, leu tl.-ail ill ill" hireia. riif u.iu
it'll anticipating the arrival ol n.T
fathers bi other from IJeriuauy. ihe
brother was met at t.ie railroid station
bv her father an.l taken home in a call.
The child ran out mi the sidewalk to
meet him. She threw her arms alsuit
his ini;. kis.-d him several times, and
loll dead upon the pavement.
IVIImiiurioii Has il'J.uoo.
Wll.MlxoToX. Del., June '!. Siiist-
visor Willey, after going over the re
turns of t'liv enumerators, states the
Ihipulatioii of Wilmington at tl.'.wsi, in
round uiiiuliers. This is a gain of 47
kt cent, since ISN). part of which is due
to the utiliexatioii of the suburlw of
lirowntown and Silverbnsik. but the
bulk of the increase represents the
growth of the older portion of the city.
The Cloakiimkers' Nirlke Is Over.
New Yoiik. June SO. The backlsme
of the cloakciittcrs' sinke i broken uud
it is a matter of only a short time when
the strikers will be lurk at their work.
Virtually tin y will return to work at
once aii'l will is pain in Hill lor me
time they have been out
A Hock Island Dividend.
Ncw Yoiik, June '.'II. The directors
of the Chicago, kis k Island and i'ucilic
Railroad couiiriuv ileclnred the regular
quarterly dividcii I of 1 p.-r cent., pay
sole Aug. I. Bo I' close June M; re
opi.u July M.
WRECK ON THE GEORGIA MIDLAND.
Two rr'lht Trains, Uiinnlni ill Neetltins,
IttlKKIN. (In., June 20. A rear end
ollisio I o eiii led on thelieorgia Mul-
landainl liull lailnad. at Warm Springs.
The collision was Mween two freight
trains which were running iu sections.
The Hist one had reached the station,
and was taking the side-track, when the
second section cume around the curve,
running into the tint, deinolinhing the
rul him.' ninl several cars. The engine of
the second section, it is reH.rliil. was
iinlly torn up. there nre rumors of loss
if life and damage to track, but the full
xteiit of Ihe damages cannot lie given
at this Unie. The passenger train from
Coluuibus, due here at tt:43 p. m., has
not arrived yet, H o clock. It Is feared
I hut it is a bad wreck.
THE TREACHEROUS TRAIN
I.urehas, snil Iaahr a Vaung Man to Ilin
Ciround anil Kills lllm.
Amk.uk is. On., June art. dm Dunn.
a young man of this city, met a horrible
ileum, ou me nnviiriiiuu, Aiiiericus anil
Moiitiromcrv railroad. He was fiairman
on a freight I rain, and when near Helena
wo thrown violently from the ton of a
car by the lurching of the train. lie fell
through a trestle to tne grounu neueutn,
breaking lx(h thighs, bis neck and one
arm. His body woo brought here for
interment. Oils was about ;!u years old.
He waa raised in Americus, and wot
held in high esteem. He hud a largo
circle of friends, who are shocked at this
It Means Co-Opsralloa at the Poll.
Atlanta, fin., Juno 20. A meeting
of the workingmen of tho city la called
for next Saturday evening to ro-nperate
with the Allluiicemen and Knights of
Lntmr of the county in preparing plant
for mutually aiding each other at tho
coining elections this full. It Is said to
Is- the Intention of the working cl oases to
iiupiKirt only such men and measures aa
thev conceive to he to their interest,
politician, everywhere, according to re
port from dilferent sections of the coun
try, will not have as easy a wulk-over a
has been the custom. Labor It organi
The normal velocity of tho carrier
pigeon in calm weather It about 1,810
yarila minute. With a strong wind tn
tho direction of flight they have reached
1, two yard a minute, ,
ASnEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 28,
Favored by the Turners' National
KEXT MEETING AT WASMH3T0N.
They Agree Nor to Support Any Can
didate for Coiirre Who Favors
Change In the Immigration
L,awa To Agitate Air tho Austra
New YrtHK, June 20. At the after
noon session of tho Turners' bund con
vention yesterday, a resolution was
adopted signifying Its objection to any
L'haiign in the immigration laws and
pledging its memlieni not to support any
candidate for congress who did not so
The next bund tnmfest will 1 held
in Milwaukee in I KM. and the next con
vention in Washington in 1W. The
headquarters of the turners will be con
tinued ut St. lamia.
For the Australian nallot.
Resolutions were adopted to agitate
the Australian luillot system ami the
election of tiie president by a (sipulur
vole, nisi ad of electors us at present.
A pro,sjsition to establish a life insur
ance company among the members of
the Turner bund w.is rejected.
A committee was apsinted to exam
ine u parcel of ground, some twenty
acres iu extent, limited iu Florida. which
was lately presented to the bund for the
pui'lMise of establishing a home for old
and disabled iiiemls'ra.
The Athlellu Alliance.
A letter was received from A. J. Mills,
of the Amateur Athletic union, relative
to an alleged proHsed amalgamation of
that organization with the bund. In
the letter he denies that such a move
was ever intended aud hopes the
friendly alliance as heretofore existing
A resolution expressing the sympathy
of the bund Willi all matters relating to
lietteriu:; the condition of all workmen
was unanimously adopted.
During the ufternmin (le-t Sigel
entered the hull and addressed We con
vention. He w.is heartily applauded.
I'Miior at Cape May.
Cams Mav. June it!.- Active prepara
tions arc Ik ia , made for the ni-cption
of the elitoi i. excur eonists ou Satur
day next, at tin' Stockton hotel. The
place is to Is- Is'iiutifnlly decorated with
flowers, uud the occasion promises to I si
very interesting. The southern editors
will leave Washington next Saturday
moruing at U:;ii a. ui., and arrive in
Philadelphia at r..:nj p. in., and will
have, by that time. l-eu joined by the
journalists Iroiu Baltimore ami Wil
mington, i hey will luncheon in Broad
Street station." leave Philadelphia, ac
companiisl by the Quaker City "a dele
gation ou u s'jH'ciitl train ut 2 p. lu., and
arrive ut this place at 4 p. m.
Class Day at Ht. John'.
AnsaImI.K Md.. June 20. The senior
class day exercises at St. John's college
were especially interesting and were
greatly enjoyed by the large audience,
i he class history of Mr. M. T. Johnson
is particularly worthy of mention. It
was the U'st 'thing of the kind which
has Iss'ii delivcrcu in St. John's in re
cent Years. The programme wot at
follows: Addresses, uy President J. T.
Turitt; reading of the minutes, by T. R.
I'uynu; report of treasurer, by J. A.
llvdegger; reading of statistic, by C. C
Marbury: history, by M. T. Johnson;
prophecy, bv A. K. Mctiraw; poem, by
.11. 11. t . V ISSCII.
Uermana Object lo Hie Heltlomenl.
BF.ltl.lN. June '.'. MaJ. Wieamunn
wot prescind wiiii a laurei wreatu.
Ho declined to express an opinion on
the Aiiglo'liermaii agreement, saying
that the fai l ot ins homing an office un
der the state fori mile his criticising the
government. From this it it inferred
that ho greatlv disapproves of the agree
ment. In colonial circles the indigna
tion over the agreement is increasing.
The opinion is treely expressed that no
more money should is? invested in east
Africa ami that at would be better to
sell the cnuiiHtuy s property to Knglaud
for a fair seiu.
MO Fruitless Ilallola
Manspikld. U.. June 20. Tho Demo
cratic congressional convention of the
ruteeutu unio district inu tair to oo a
noted one iu the political hhttory of the
county. The convention met at II
o'clock yesterday morning aud wltb but
short intermission was contiiiously in
session until 0:40 last night, when after
Io0 ballots hail been taken without a
nomination, the convention adjourned.
The nomination is equivalent to elec
tion and each of the six counties in the
district has one or mure candidates.
Fought Hevrnly-I wo Hound.
Dayton, 0.,June 20. Louis Bezinah,
the Covington light weight, defeated
Tonunie Comer in a seventy-two round
contest with two ounce glove. The
tight took place three miles from Day
ton, and was witni'ssnl by a linnilier of
sporting men. Both pugilist were
llefuse lo Advance Wage.
Biniiiiamton, N. V June 20. Com
mittees of striking cigar roller and
bunch makers waited on the manufact
urers and demanded the advance agreed
upon by the striker They met with
refusals in most instances.
Colored Masons In a Muiaehnp.
La wrrnck, Knn., June 20. The three
rear coaches of the Union Pacific ex
press train of colored Masons jumped
the track near this city. Must of the
occupants were bruised and seven were
Illinois Central Strike,
Chic Aim, June 20. There it no change
in the strike situation of the Illinois
Central. The strikers are linn and confi
dent and scout the Idea of any overtures
on their part.
Licensing mil Doomed.
London, June 20. The Time and
Standard both admit that the opinion
delivered by tho tpeaker hat doomed tho
Military Title Air Albert T let or.
London, June M. Prince Albert Vic
tor of Walt hut lieen appointed honor
ary coloaul of tho Fourth Bengal in
fantry. Judg Miephcrd'a opinion.
WAtiimnTcm, N. C, June 13.18H0.-
Mrt. Joe Person's Kemcdj
Mly hnt been used
by a member ol my family
result hat been very beneficial,
it to be a good medicine,
J At. E SlIBPIIKltD,
T,. nn Rriflin. a farmer livlna nenr Win-
tton, wot sitting tn hit homo with hit
two small grandchildren, when the house
waa ttruck by lightning. Mr. Griffin and
the children were killed and their mother
wao knocked oentclrta. The house was
act on fire but wat toon extinguished by
WALLACE IB CONFIDENT.
lie Figures Out a Clear Majority
Pbii.adh.piua, June 20. "I tell yon
that Senator Wallace will go into tho
Scranton convention with 212 delegates,
md will be nominated on tho first bal
lot." So spoke ex-City Chairman Robert
3. Patterson while discussing the coun
ter claims mode by Wallace and Patti
Kin, and he reflects tho views confi
dent)' expressed not mil by all of the
lenator'e supporters, but by Mr. Wallace
"I cannot understand," mid Mr. Pat
terson, "what the I'attison mean by
talking as thev do. The ex-pistinuster
understands the politics of this city,
perhaps, but he don't know anything
about the state, while Senator Wallace
has everv township and county right at
hit fingers' ends. There is nothing to
lie gained by such misleading estiiuat'i
that are being made for the ex-go.
ernor. Wallace will win, aud that t all
there is almut it."
Kx-Senator Wallace it at the Conti
nental. "I have no reason," he said "to
change niv opinion that 1 will be nouii
ii t Scranton, and on the ballot on which
the issue comes directly between ex
Oovernor TuNisou and myself, if such a
ballot should be reached. 1 will have a
clear majority of over fifty."
instead of i'attison already having 1M
delegates and being certain of ill more,
the senator declared that the ex-governor
would not receive more than 145
votes, even conceding hit claims as to
Allegheny and Westmoreland counties.
In the Philadelphia delegation Mr. Wal
lace said that the ex-governor would not
have over ;W nf the 04 delegates at the
outside, instead of the 4S claimed pi
itivelv for him mil the 0 put down aa
doubtful. A like sweeping claim waa
made regarding Schuylkill coiiuiy.
Must Hiaud Trial.
Potts vt i. i.e., Pa., June 20. Judge
(Ireen made Hii iiuMirtant division in
the cases of the county pisir dinvtors
who are indicted f r bribery. The coun
sel lor the defense rais.nl the siiut that
receiving mnnev for appointments wss
not an indu i.ilile oiteiisc.iuid that county
officers are not set lorth in the act of
assembly making brils-ryn penal offense.
Judge tireen, however, decided that the
olli'iiso w.is iii lictable under the com
mon law. The trial of Pisir Director
Leiuiier therefore begins today.
To Fight Near Washington.
WAsiiiMiiiiN, June 20. There is a
giMnl pio.-p'1't that when the fight bo-tw.s-ii
Miluvau uud Jackson takes place
il will Is- almost under the shadow of
the Capitol iioiiie. it is learned that
arrangements have been made by which
the "mill' will be held under the
auspices of Ihe Virginia Athletic asso
ciation, at a poiut about three miles
Iroiu the I apitol, across the Potomac,
on the Virginia shore. The Virginia
aAthlclio association claims to hold a
charter by which It ran do anything in
the athletic or pugilistic hue within the
borders of its grounds, witlumt fear of
interference by the Virginflf authorities.
The iriouiidi on which the tight is ex
pected to be held ure now used as a
driving para nnu uaseouu grouiui.
lOii forcing Prohibition.
Dks Moinks, la., June 20. Terry
ChaiJftiers. k -ener of a restaurant, was
shot and fat .-fv iniuied by Frank
Pierce, a searcher. Pierce had been
through the restaurant a short tune be
fore in search of lluuor. nut louiul none.
IM cams tae wH'oud time ami asked to
ko ui'si-iiis. but I hanibers tola him he
coul'iuot do so unless he had a warrant.
Pierce tail -d to show a warrant, but
tried to force his way up the stairs
which Chaiiils'ra tried to prevent
ThereiiiKin Pi ree drew a n-volver and
tired, the bull 't going through ('hsiu
bert Usly. i'ierce tired auother shot
at a waiter without ellect.
Hherirfaiid Orand Jury Criticised
Nkwakk. N. J.. June 20. A meeting
Ol Clliavu " mn 11 r n l a I AMU lailVM MM.,
at which the sheriff and grand jury ot
. ... . I...II
Essex county were sliiirply uriticiseu lor
not considering the numerous violation
of the Sunday law In thu city, tuirty
cases were presented by the Law and
Order League, against whom the
strongest possible evidence hail been ob
tained, but no notice waa taaeu oi I
tingle case by the grand jury.
Fiablng in Uarnegal Rv.
Mark-town, N. J.. June 40. The Ash'
lng in Barucgut bay it excellent now.
Durinir the latter part of last week
panic seemed to have taken possession
of everything with Hns aud the nU lied
from tiie coast. They are begiuntug to
come back now and the naiuug It re
ported good all along tiie bay.
To Visit tiellysburg.
N'kw VoltK. June -JO. The veterans of
the Uighty-second .New lura volunteer
will leave tins city on iuesday, JUiy i,
un the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, to
visit the Gettysburg Uittletield, where
they will dedicate a iiionument to the
memory oi tueir comrii lea.
Tho Hulianaie ot Kanalbar.
London, Juue ilO. In tha house of
lords hist night Lord Salisbury. In re
ply to a question by catrl Kiiulajrly,
slated that the suluuate of Zoiixibar
mentioned in the agreement with Ger
many included a large portiou of tho
NIUUKI'M OF Nbvra.
The La lllsnrhs-Mli liell asht, whlrh was
la bar takcu ulsc at Kau rraurlsce rrkla
Of thl waek Ii,u1 llMl llslsnillUlf llljlir4.
The trial nl Tliniii t'alloa, Janik Mlulil,
Jobn Hart ami 'I'lluniaa J. 1 Hau(-r, lour ot
the iir-iiut ladieiwl Jrar ll ltilio
umi ars, ursaa,
Au Mvlosiua oeenrred la a parafllne ware-
holm ai Lls-a, HruMlsa Peiaud, eniaplil r
d-nrorius lb baildiac. Sail aara r
killed, llv rrlueif lujund aad vral
otb-rn eliahtly Hurt.
MM Mellle lUnnsy, of (), N. T.. a
laui aud eiiulda'l walk wllliont ariikihat.
ah nrarsd lur faer tar aad tba bad
uidlai pat atxiat br aenk. V Ua a mortar
radwl oa bar be oed for hi aat
prove tluvl b bad ba bald.
Uo. Jo LtlTall. for marl r a aldnt -
fraak, walwUMl a eoun.linui la Hprlua
nlii. o. Laffsl la aalr it limbs la bdabt.
raiiib 0i ixrand aad I at rar eld. He
nianrlad a nldtet aad the Ooapl aav two
fall ld ehlldna.
Harsrsl Hnn ahoclu ef earthaeake have
noeurrad ia lb vlrlaiiy of lb Ulack hiraat
of TraiiarWantv erMtlut (raateoMrBUa
aiBoaf la Isliaultanu.
wall dr wed siranarr wladld tsaar
a preas BMreuaaU la Norwalk, Cos., br
alln Uns IIJ-I dlaainnda si pflra
ranslai treat M U lX The Moest war
Tha Dally Clllaan.
I nlwnyo alive to tho Intrrettt
AahvilU anrl tla rsMiida.
Ia the moat popular advertisltiv me
dium in North Carolina.
It read by Rtratrr numlier of people
than any other aecular pnsrr In tlte
la alwaya filled with the choktat read
ing matter oi the tiny.
IloardinR houset fill their rooms by ad'
vertisina in the ClTUMN.
Newt, and all the acvro, mnket tlw ClT-
ukh Rcneral favorite.
No retail merchant ever mnde a irrent
tucceaa without advertiiing. Try the
Aa advertinent In thy Crrualf pay
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
AiNOTIIKH FLOOD OF RE
To-dny wo offer ttonie ini-
mml of nni'Kiiiiiri in Lnilios'
ino Pi'088 floods, Liiiinys
SjMM-utl nl trad ions in Alus
. . ,i tr. .it..
ins, Miwns, i iniiiifs, .miiin
and all White floods.
Tnlile Linen, Towels, &..
nn unusually pretty line.
SateeiiH, both French and
Cut prices in every depart
ment for the next ten days.
eadiiifj; Dry floods and Shoe
No. 1 1 X. Court Sfpiure.
The entire nlmk ol
iieludiiig line HrmalKa, lluttona and llriu'C'
KJ-ONE-THIRD OFF 1-1-3
KrKiirllrsa of rust, aa wr intend in I be future
lo keep nothing but Kolid Gold and
Htrrlinf Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Houth Main Ht. Aahcvllle.
W.A.ltLAIK. . 1.IMIWX
No. 3a Puttou Avcuuc.
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR 1 0L0 STAND
We aiv now irmly, ami in
vitc our fririitiK uud tlio uh-
lie in-uiTnilv to mil uiitl fx
limine our well wln-totl nlfM-k
Which we mv oftVriiipit nn-k
bottom priit's. Untlt'ilnkiiiK
a Hfxviiil fi'atuiv. CiiIIh ut
tenditl day or nip;ht.
Telephone, day 7i, ninht Go
BLAIR & UROWN
Paiaoi 8Ttai)iaa. Low Ran.
Tamw Trip sar Was aniwi a
DETROIT, MA0KINA0 ISLAND
finaaar.aaall s.a Start, an a
kuta wr ran.
vary Waak bay aalwaas
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
MSH Winatf VSai Saswy Jaaa. Jala, AaMI M4 MS.
Daakl IWilr Un '
CHICAGO AND ST. JOStPH, MICH.
O-m ItLotTHAfto vat.
Rataavi.4 Sumj aTlrta awlll b-l. l'.-,t
b .H.r Tlili" Aar.,t, ra ,1
1. 1. wHircuua, u, e. a.. iim
Omroll an) Oleveland ht-in. ' .. c.
TYLER HANK OOUNTCRt.
flLOTTIUTtO m COLOMt a arfat Wrk of rt
laorM Rsrr4. wkt fr, ato It.
fkMMrslM, MfttMaj SlrlM, Im Tmtm laa.
IILU Dill 00, IT. U0U, KOhi O.S.
FAMILY6R0CERIES AXD PROVISIONS
I Aarat far Crwk WoelM Mill.
Heria Mala Aakevilla, H.C.
'Vi -.! iliin t-'f 1
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central PagHcnger Depot,
ASI1EVILLE, N. C.
A ni.id. ni first class hotel. Hot and cold
n oi . bimh eouiitir. clgiir an.! news stand
ri" 1 !int "nr i pass doir every ill minutes.
o minutes lor niruia.
A. G. HALLYBURTON, Prop.
HHVAN mid WAI.TKH tiWKHW, Clerkw.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McOowvll f'ounty, N. C.
AN HOUH'S RIDE FH0M ASMtVILLt Un
A ahtirt .liKtiiiK-t- from I In l-i.t of the IMnna.li of tbr Wuf Kl.lc. from whk-h bi.l....nie
ii... u.u i ,,l..r,.,,,i.' witlka M ild uud vunt'il. and
Mimi SIX' eulislltllliy IM.IW11IK. I in
wntrr .urc nml Hliun.liiiit.
I.ITII1A WATliU A I'liW STIil'8 I'KU.M
oik'iim June tat. For Tc-rnia, anoress
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the "World
Weil, liver to all iiirlsof the city our own Holtlinis H!Mrt lUrr lit
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
(lur Inr is k. ot at a I. niK ri.lr- of 4 .baiws mill we Kimrmilce you 11 flesh siliili at
all Hires. Tllli TKAIHi SI I 1 1-1 bi I'ki.ai
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE
IN THK HTATIi.
FINE SAMPLE ANI1 BILLIARD ROOM.
. 4. -AtovARUT. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N.
I'OK 8AI.XI BV-
AhlievUle, N. C.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wrstrra North Carolina IMviaion.
l-AHHItNt'.KK TRAIN HCIIIiUI'l.tt
lis KprsCT Miireh a.n
7Mh Merl.llan tlmr uar.1 when n..i otherwlM
amaot'ND. I No. St
I lM.il j
L.. Kn..villr. I
IWllh nirr.ll anilpm
" Aahrvlllc, W.Wuni
Ar. Haliabury, I ft.'iMsm
" lssllk?. ua'Jara
Hlvhmond. T8lmJ? I8"'0.
" l b. Is.,
' New Vorh,
il lupin luauiim
1 1 iiin
1 'J 4Anm
7 J Jnm
I y tlriitm
" 4 :iopni
I I iHii.ni
l.v. Nrw York,
" I hlln .
" Nlihm I. I
U .11 111 in I
Ar. A.hev'll -.
I is mm
No. (IB I A. H. R. K.
aisinii.v. lloT Htirlnua,
I J J .ml " Hiartanbnnl,
a mi p in
7iMi p m
1117 V m
.1 40 p in
'No.' in I ilmllvrseept Humlay (FN...
Ulo. ml. v.
ana p m
t ftrt p m
0 to a m
Noa no anil M. I'ullman Hlrera Iwlwrrn
(Irrraaboru ami Morrlalowa. ,
Nisi Oil anil na i iininnn "" 7"" i""
CaiiMsn a Hot Hprlnaa anil Wnhin toa.
Aahralllc I llrt aklaal HUillou lor No. JO.
Ulnnrr " !!
Ill.korv la " " na.
nitaoryw . wiNniMN. i. ! A..
AaheIUr, N. C.
IAH. UTAVI.OII.O. H.A.,
Waahlnalon. It. C.
Billtirr Aahrvllk Clllarai
That oar many IrWail may hnu how
arctllna oa w lll sUU that tooh la
la Hotel aad Mlor
ia.000 In Vive Wcckt.
Tnnli In laat nalunlay over 7isi. 7S ol
thai waa hotel, balance store. Hotel rra-la-
imd aa that day. Had fl.ooo arrivals In
S months. Oar aWt Is mammolh-doo fcel
la...rl IB fret will. Tell Iht balance ol
la world to en me and r "I lid Cited" amlle,
aad bay goods of a and a III to US per
anetftdtf R f IIHUKWTHH at WN
Street Car Schedule.
ttealnnlnst al 7 a. Ml. Radlna; Itl.OO p. m
Car leavra square for all iolnta un Ihe
hunt, anJ twenty anil forty minute there
arhrdnl rare etmaeet at fVttate,
Train ear and baaae ear mert even
trala. One valla allowed esc a uassennec.
Paaitaae iranalrrretl from all wlnls In Ihe
rlly for Bfl rents.
THK AaHRVtl.LH HTHIIRT RV, CIK
ANHW liHnli, carefully prepared
ln members of the Aahrelll bar
In member ot the Aahrelll bar toe
nea .i.rrhmmt and tieavv flat iiaorr). eor
erlna all arnwari polnta.jurt cat and now
as sale at the onlr of Ihe Crrtsas I'veutsi
la Co,, No. a North Court aqa.r. faalt
water and baths and tollcta on every .,,.
i.n.t bar nml billiard room on rst floor. HI,
Kkliuioiid and lainvillc railroad catlnK hi.uac.
a.oo PER DAV.
IHE ntaitnn ngmn vn..vb.,.n '"'"..
' - -
:I.IXTKIC Illil.l.S AMI IIATII KIIIIM
;ivkn TO KAM11.IIM.
nt'MiW ERWINi Proprlclor.
Over for its Purity.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
DOOMS, 26 PATT0N AVE., ( Y. H C. A. ROOMS. I
lis:n diiily, cirept Hunilnys, from lo a. m.
until I p. m., snd S nntll 7 P.
The lermt. of stihMTiplion are: line year
J; t mm., tl.flo; 3 mos., $1 i 1 mo., no eta.;
daily a els.
nrrirers for lawo l-n-alilrnl. Chnrlea W.
Woolsey; Vlee-I'real.lrnl, Thus. A. Jones; dev.
ami Treasurer, II. H. Wataoa ; Librarian. M ti
lt. J. Hatch.
Cltlsens and visitors ar cordially Invited
to inapect tb catalogue aad Insrribe their
name aa memlwra, janMOltf
TO WEAK nEfj
nflntnt fma tha affart of yonthfal rrora, sarlr
array, waetlNl waatnrak loat manhood, ale.. I
and a vsluabl IraaUaalaaaladi oonulnlo MU
partlenlanifnrbom.eara, FRKIf 'hsraV
ylaodlil madleal work I ahoqld l faad by aeaey
Buui who la sarrooa aad drbiliuiad. Addras,
rrwC V, C roffLU, oUus, Cavj
TLA N IIC CIIAHT LINU
On and after thia .late the followlna 'h"!;
nlra will he run over lla"Columbin luvl.ion.
No. 08 leaves Columbia'....- .... B.ao p. m.
ArrlveaatChiirlralon U .lo p. m.
No. Ba leavra Chnrlralon 7.1H a. m.
Arrives stColumbla ll.ftfta. m.
Connertlna wllh trains lo an.l fmm nn
points on tiie Charlotlr, Cobonbia Aj Au,
auata and Columbia Ax Ureenvlll Knllroa.li.
T. M. KMKRKON, Oca. I'ass. A at.
I. F. iihvinh. ik a aui.i
Chicat.o& Alton R.R.
HAHTKHT ROUTH TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST!
Aahcvllle to K sauna City In S7 hour.
Aahrelll to tkavrr In (11 hour. ,
Aalwvllle to Han Frnndaio, California, anil
I'ortlnnd, lirraon, In A dnva. .
olid Veatllmlrd Traina at, l.oull to Kan)
saacitv. knllnina ehnlr ear free.
For lull Inrurmatloa call oa or write to
Be Aa Newlmid,
IHatrlrl Pasarnirer Ae"t,
No. 10 falton Ave., Aahevllle, N.C.
I. CHARLTON, II. P. A., Chicaao. I"
A second hand money aal and one pa"
platform aealei. ttmiulrr or
. c. Ha coorim,
Or KItlXV Jk HTRACHAW.
aa FATTON AVatNUII. ,