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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1890.
SILVER BILL BEATEK
The House RetfeotSthe Free Coin
TAB FEDERAL ELECTION BILL
The House Agree After an Exciting
Debate to Tote Upon It on July a.
The Ore Sfaoe Invoked to Re
store Order Senator Call Create
Washisjtoii, Jon 17. Mr, Blandi
motion to ooaonr tn'the senate aiasiid
mente to the eUrw bill wm deflated la
the souse tar a vote of IS to WO,
The oonferoooe report on th diplo
matic eonsat epproprlatiuu bill was
presented and anrud to,
Mr. Cannon, from the oofluiiittee on
rnlea.reiKitted an order providing that tlio
boose oonntdur the nationul election Inn
Winning wji the passage of the silver
Dill, ine pruvipus uuueuou iu w vi
derad at 1 o'clock. July 2: that dnrinil
theUaet two day amendments may ba
offered In the house with debute uiidur
the five minute rule; this ruhvuot to in
ferfrre with appropriation bills.
Mr. McMillan attacked the Mil.
charging that those who proiiosed it
were tired ut being elected uy tlie peo
ple and wanted to be elected by the
Mr. Blount, of Oeorgla, mild the
propositions in the bill were monstrous
and dtwliti;j. ' Purini a controversy
with Mr. McMillan Mr. Cnnnon id
thnt the election law whs now in oper
ation in New York city. Mossrs.
Klower, Beldin and Cuimuings trifd to
reply and there wan muili confusion.
The iK'uker finally istri-l order mid
Mr. Cannon mid that this bill only pro
posed to extend a luw wh.ch had 1h-i u
on the statute louk for twenty years.
Almost a Riot.
Mr. O'Neal, of Indiana, said that
there had been frands in Mr. Cannon's
district and mked if the bill would pre
vent the Wising of votes there. Mr.
Cannon rejoined denying the charge,
and saving that tho geutleiu.in duiuoii
strutej (u the country tliat lie w:ut care
less In his accusation and hia tongue was
not a slander to auy man on or oil the
floor. Mr. O'Xeal stteuiptcl to reply
against ihc speaker's gavel and it was
nureasarv finally for the eerk'eaiit-at-arms
to hriiu forward the great iuace
to restore order.
The resolution of the committee of
rules was then agreed to. Attti ar
ranging toineet at 1 1 o'clock each day
during tlliS discussion the buuso ad
journed. Iu tho Senate,
the senate Mr. Gall attempted to
pink in open session on the suLii-rt of
aesolutiuus lit T'-tufere offered by him,
one autnori.iiipSlio president to oieu
negotiations with the Sjuini-h govern
ment for the purpose of inducing that
fiovernmurt to consent to the estab
ishuiriit of a free and independent
republic in the island of Cuba: and the
other in relation to the Uermau ownejr-
ship of a large proportion of the lunded
debt ot futia. Mr. Slieruian move. I mat
the doors lfr clow-it When thw nate
went into ei.t'TTtive sension Mr. Cail
concluded not to make his speech.
tmatur Call's Imaginary Spctn h.
On Jkine i Senator Cull mndo a few
remarks on a iiuestim of privilege in
reply to certain charges ua:n' him
contained in a pamphlet promulgated
by W. U Chtph y. The K-c.l of Ju e
i contained twentv-eiyht 5iiiihiu of
the speech suipinKil to havo been di
livered by Mr. Call ou June 'i. The
ruost remarkable part of the addition of
the twentv-ix ven columns miele bv Mr.
Call to his original remarks was a table
In whirh he made comparison of hit
work in the nute dtiriag the Fiftieth
congrem with that of other senators.
Through Mr. Calls statement are
such sugcestive headlines us "False
hoods of uircd cm'r sjioudi'lits of laud
grant agents." "Snutor Call's public
aw vices have been for tlit public good,'
Many Senators Offended.
Many senators were sujpriscd and in
dignant ou reading this matter iu The
Record, and Mr. Cull was hauled ov"r
the coaU iu the secret session. The
subject will be tukeu up In op'i session
at a future date by Senator lii,ills.
When the doors were mieneil the
bill for the admission of Wyoming was
taken op. ilr. Vest oppn'd tile bill on
the ground that the population of the
territory did not warrant its admission
and because tlie constitution gave aliens
the right to held laud and contained a
woman's suffrage clause.
Siovx CITY, la., June 2'. The Repub
lican state convention called to order
and temporary organization waa pep
footed yestenLry uou. The notable
thing in the a. tares of Temtsirary Chair
man Weaver wus tlie omission to up
plaud I'resi.U'nt Harrison name. The
convention cheered iilainn's name to the
echo. (Speaker Heed waa alluded to as
glorious Tom Ke.." and the refer
ence was loudly api ..."ided. The com
mittee of resolution had a protracted
Uuggle with the liiiuor plank, with the
probability that the light must come to
Ntanlry at OifonL
Lokdo, June 87. Heny M. Stunley
and hia fiaiiuee, Mies Tenuant, attended
the Commemoration day exercises at
Oxford university. The undurgraduutea
gavs Mr. btanfey a most Ufoarions rn
oeption. They cheered andchaffud him.
and when he was formally presented
they sang "He's a Jolly (tood Fellow,"
following up the song with more cheers
for the explorer, and nnlsh'ing with "one
more for tli bride." The degree of
doctor of civil law waa conferred upon
Mr. Btaaley and upon Protessor Lfliod
win, of Harvard nniversity.
Wedding Trip on Horseback.
New Your, Jnne ST. Mr. John Oer
ken and Miss Clara Ridley, youngest
Singnter oi tne is
rand, ttlft me
this moifflng by
Chtenev, of the M
dangnter of the late tuwaru Kidley.tne
et meronani, were marnoa
' the Kev, Enstun Mo-
i Miullson AvBiine Meth
odist EtiiscoDal Church. Monday they
will start In their wedding trip to Lang
hem, travelling the entire distance on
horseback and in two days' time.
The Hsrley Bank Robtery.
AIRLAND, Win., Jnne J7. AfW being
out one hiwir the Jury In the Hurley
bank robbery trial retunied verdict of
guilty against Edward W. Baker, one
of the principal.
FARMERS jUT OF DEBT,
Aad their Credit a rirmer Baals tkaa It
has Hl aiaes the War,
Oairrw.fla., June 87. If notldng
rtous happensa drouth or bnd storm
the formers In this seotion will have tlie
finest oropi this year that have lawn
grown for years nut excepting the fine
eropi of List year. Vie seasons have
bean very fine, and there la every reason
to expect that our fnrmera will get out of
debt and be oa firmer basis than they
hays been since the war. Mr. J. H.
lancer thinks title year wiH he one of
best crop yean that Ueorgie has
' knows, Befhf practsnal farmof, his
ptnius ts to bs appreciated. Mr.J.,l.U
loean, another one of Bpaldliig ouanty'i
Pf4 fanners, says that with all the draw
backs oi a mild winter una a into n'erae.
be thjuks a larger pur cent, of cotton
will bo made this season than lust, us the
stalks aip In a more healthy condition
than tlier were lust year, and la sutisnea
that tli "stuplo crop will lie better than it
has been since the war.
A MANLY TRIBUTE
to the Women of the Booth by a Young
Man of Msron.
Fohbyth. t!a.. Juno 2T. The closing
sxerciHisof Monroe Female college wiw
the commencement address or Mr. jamci
H. Woiint, Jr., of Maoon. Kis subject
wna, "The Mioslun of the Soutu's Vouiig
Women." It has lxn suggested that a
better suliiect could not have been e-
levtuil lie KHke feelingly of woman in
her different jilmses oi us4fuluess as
iweelheiul, wife uud niotJier. It was a
irianil treat lo listen to his allusions to
the purl our southern women have taken
In tlie moulding of the south's destiny,
and the audience Wu held, for a time,
siffU-bouud. The address was u inaster-
nieoe of oriitorv. and that It was appre-
Ciutcd wus evidenced by the frnUent
bursts of upplailw lluit greeted the young
orator an he uleiid for llui sanctity of the
southern homo circle, uud remonstrated
uguiicjt the fn l Hdvancingideaof feninle
suirfTie. Tlie nddress uiudo liiin hosts
WILL BE SENT OFF FOR TREATMENT.
( lill.lmu lilt by a Mml log Pasteur to
Treat Tlu ui at (luce,
At'iil sTk, (in., June ST. The wm of
Mr. Holier! W. KolH rtson was bitten by
a dog. a .liort time :ig. It wus la-lieviil
to be a mud dog, hill is'fore it was killed
twudouk eie billeil by it. The little
l,v uii.riiriir.1 to the 1'usleiir institute
in 'New York, and the two dogs which
.! . l.jire i. were fasteiieil up to uwnlt
developments. No evidence "f hvdne
.o III:;, MIC lings Wen- n'leiwsl
.i low il;i-
;.go. i iii'v were iui hco iiom1
i little Iki sisiii, for one of tbem bit a
;-vcar-ol'l m;ro girl yesterday, and the
dog wasfiistencil up to see It it wusreiiliy
lund. 'Icis iiioiiiiug it diiil afler foam
ing and l lecijing ut the I Kb. bilii g
the sides of the cage in hich it wus con
lined, sl.ouiug unmistakable signs of
hydrophobia. A pur-' will ! iiiimIc up
aiimng tlu-citizens to semi the little no
Lrn girl to New York to In- put under the
FELL FHOM A WINDOW.
No tin' Sim Hie I ttlei-iiiiiiilr Iiiii I'sll A
rellretiiau fr'oniiil Illm.
Atlanta. oi.. .bine .'7. ('. F. Ilobbitt
.Vli from a - inl stiay wiinlow. at his
iMMnung hoi:- on tie rncr or i am
mid .Maiiellu streets. No olio saw him
full, andjt U a mystery. A uitroluian,
in mnkii.g his roiiiids. disi oxeri d him on
the sidewalk in nu iiisciiible coiiiluion,
ind bl.ssl Mow ii gl'ruiii his nose ami ears.
I'hx siciims were suiiiiuoneil ut once, uud
utfer h:M examination cohclil.lc-l that
Mr. KoM iii s ilcaih u.is only u inaltcr of
slu rt nine. Mrauge to s;iy no ismes
were broken. His injuries are internal.
Mr. IviMil'ift has a famiU in .tliiug-
Ion, 1 1. I'. He lias Issn iu tins cit-ovi r
two mouths, working lor the telephone
Miiblelas Usnera AriMiml rriilnlftiiiMlr,
Thi'Masvii t f.. (ia.. June ST. "Juite u
ev.-re i. urn ii-iiisl tins place alami
Usui. Tliuiid. r. lubtiiiiig and rain, all
li'.'i'th. r. 'I.H eil ;M At IhcilclH.t.
i.-liiiiiiig struck u P 1 'graph l-'lenl.w
nird- from Ibe pu-viiir biiililing, A
nge lii'lcw.'iM t.irn in the n f of the
! m J . rind liopc- altachcd to busses were
km ' toil d" n by the slns-k. but. straimv
lo siv. none,, t tlie lour bor-isi were hurt.
The ebvlrii ily t.a.k laisM-sslon of the tcl-
'grnpll olliee. mill was severe tint tile
is rator-w. re c.,ihk Ikil to vacale the
h'Iii. Jlie wiles III tlie Up-low n tele.
la ph lli e wi icmI-o liiirm d. No one
was iiijiireil, so lar as is known.
To lie Atiut Two May.
t.'HATT'MsKiA. Tenn., June 27. The
-iih i ii :, inli nt of the Klia tric Light
compaiiy. A. I i. IleWiit. went to Cin
cinnati ten days ugo to Is- alcnt two
'lav-, but lie bus not Iwen bear. I from yet.
It i cbargi d that he ia much iniirrusl.
The brother of the senind wile is here to
get his si-tcr's children, but lie Wilt has
hidden theiasoliiewliPlf. Lie Witt's father
is hIhu here, and Is at a loss to account
for his sou's disiifnraiice. A prosecu
tion for bigamy may take place.
Molialslo Dew f'aused IubIs Sn itpt ot.
Cakkhi.i.Tom, (la.. June ST. J. R. Mil
ley ami llunlap Music, got Into a dull
ciiliy nlamt six iniliw from hen-, mid Is'
em i so they Imd Uen imbibing tisi fr-s'ly
of mountain dew, toning their reason,
Hillev cut Music Uidly with a knife, A
physician wax sent for, who pronounced
the wounds dangerous, hut with gentle
nursing it is thought hisic will recover.
He was rut in the neck.
struck by Lla-lilnlna-.
!rTHVti.i.is, Ala., June S7. A heavy
rain visited Ibis place, ami a Miss Arnolii,
a toting lady who lives in the edge of
town, was Mi iick by lightning and fell
to tlie groliid senseless for nciirlv II f teen
miliiilvs. Mie was gatberlng olf clothes
from a wire clothes-line at the time she
was struck. H is thought she wi'U stsm
A k r. . slit Trala Wrwkeil.
IlAIMililnoK. (Iu., June ST. A fri'ight
liaiu was w recked at the twenlv-ix mile
li-t, on the Alabama MiilLinil railway.
Five cnijily cars were totnllv destroyed,
mil lli'iilo 'meii Ittiwilen anil iiiimerii'ian,
wblte. were killed. The truck spread,
ind caused the wreck.
liroiied tese vn ths Ntreet.
Atlanta. On., June 27. W, F. McAI
ister. ef lliellrm of Hunter A McAllister,
bs nisls mi Dis'iitur stns't, dropped
'iid on liis stiir. near Ilutlrr street, n
r iieurt o'clis'k. The coroner ssys his
joili wus cuumiI from apoplexy. He
is nlioiit ito yvurs old, and unmarried.
Tmhi rsiu't not kornr that la my besrt, which
wults llis touch of word.
Toe niu.lo Iu llfs's slleiuss Uiy soul's has4 loaves
Tie tie I fnnl It ofUntlotse, whea Dot a soul Is
TlirllUns slisic llfo's hklJea ebonls, unssna hy
dust lUniiiieil eyu.
Ths sllmii musts or each life dish wait the srthns
A whole life full walls to raspon l to all who under
AsJn an untouched UMtrunMnt ths work! of musls
Or, plnynl'uivjn by oouutluas bsatls, rsulns mors
ttasn It Klvea.
RoJildili'D In the sHonone nt every human mill,
Tw' much Is slrea out la word, dutb still aUos
And only hi who hoi ths pow'r te read bstweea
Thess spsoss twlxt the motive sad the oulwanl
Out hear ths oiuslo of that life akin auto his
Tho' It to otlisrs muffled bs, be hssrs the uodsr
The silent sMo tlie wsltbuj side saeb fsari Mi
ror fear ths other eannot bear isr earthedb)
Iljit, nh, Uisre Is a hsnd, hy both lis now unwise,
Wtolnh luvliiiily.dotb tbem una, tbu' mist may
Tboy twl tiiffolliar, sad the heart doth elsar Iraae
late ths wont
Which othrsrtu1l j nndentand Lots hat tM
, , -sTaOsdtlphla Udrer.
ALL AROUND TH2 HOUSE.
Some Ohnrmlng Hrlieines anil Vow tdsaa
In Table I loco ration.
A clinrmlng Hi-hnmo of table decoration
eras luiely seuu at an artist s sunner table.
The table wiw covered with delicate greeu
silk, slightly ilrap.il witli lilmy, sllvei
threiuled miislin, tlimiigh which the green
sbtmniereil faint 15. Ihmiwu carelessly
hither ami thither were small rustic logt
of all shapes rtnil siiss, covered with lichen,
moss and maidenhair ferns. Thji light
were an sniirneu witu gns.u aim wniu
Shades. The eil'uet was dainty and fair;
A golden scheme of color Is carried qui
with Ion,-; fronds of muiduuhair ferns, ur
ranged Iu fancy baskets of gilded wire o;
different sixes. A long curved spray o:
uumui spread ut eituer vnu ut ciiu miiu,
may beoumposed of Cue largo sluglv ualni
dlls and small flows rod m'lmos'a. Wllmi
sweetmmts In little gold dishes mid yellow
shades on tho caudles complete t he decora
A new Idea Is to place low baskets Ii
gold rush ot wire fall of flowers, nruii in
these to lay pretty green leaves, the frill)
reetlug no tlie leaves, not ou a uisn; llli
larger leaves near the ceuter rmd tin
smaller ones near the edge of the table.
Fruit s dads mi'y be mode of berries, or
anges, bulimias, plueapplua, melons, etc
Apples, also pciclius and pear, are served
as salmis wit Ii French dressing, after Is'
tng pei l, I and rut In slievs. Three tea
spoonfuls uf oil, one of vinegar, one sum!
teaspiHinfiil of wilt anil a little pepper mix
well togi'thcT and pour over the sliced friiji
arrnnxed in a dish. This may lie nsn
with i imam's, adding n ill lie of the chopper
rind to tliv dressing. A sweet sirup ins.'
Ini used iusteail, made of white sugnr dls
solved iu water and hulled till thick; t
this add a flavoring of sherry wine oi
brandy. For an acid dressing for sweel
orangi's, bauaiias etc., Into a thick sirup ,r)
aiiuur stir the juice of one lemon, add chop
ped orange peel or rub the yellow rind oi
lumps of siiitiir till they are wull fiavn'reii
then dissolve them in I he sirup. The, plait
sirup, made of suitar ami tlavered wit )
orange and a very little leinuu juice, is ex
cedent for banana salad.
An Attractive Wsll rorket.
Cut s stout slict of rurdlswrd fur th(
back is Indies by ;l Inches, and sliaW thi
top III a vaudyke, have a similar piece Ir
course cri'l.Miiie. allowing one rourth Inch
for tiirallitfs, and vuiii it st the bark. Fill
the front rut a wide'' band of pompadotit
silk. orcliintx. which will Is) placed at tbf
t,) uud Juiiust touuotheroue tu old pink
sat I u.
UU'IS XVI WAI.I. ISK KKT.
The loos( lutrt of the iss'ket is ginhensl
St the lower eilje, ami Is rauu'it up In s
few pi ills slid crossisl with a double row
of the suim gimp, fringe or rmdilng whirh
frames tlie vide rss hs. elver the eretonui
ISelilnd ti gummed a breadth of cnnin
satin. It Is hung with two satin ribbons.
tied in a butterfly bow.
Points Ahont HvonulH.
A broom corn dealer says: "Afewyearj-
ago all bnom com was so bUnolns' wTtli
sulphur fuin,. as to mike It si white that
It ne.krly deslmyeil its pliability, and It
soou tlium brake In ptisvs iiiucb mon ran
Uy than It should hare done. Now tin
broom makers have gnus to the other ex
reme. They dye their broom corn sr
green that lioiieki'H-rs are afraid ti
break off ono of the splints lottcit a rakt
with for fear they may Is- poisoned with
l-ans gn-en. -nnyiiu tney no so"" h.'
was asked. " ell," said he, '1 don t
know exactly, hut I supisw. styles must
change. Then, again, the housekeeners
may hare found out that the white bnsims
diiln t wear so well, ami r msisl n deiuund
fur green ones." "Hut are they really dyed
witu mns irreenr "i rau t uv ss to thai
It riKn t eKk iisu It t.. mo, but I'd rather
be on the safe side and not not any uf It.'
Preserved Raw Pineapple.
Ilneapplr la a fruit that is apt lo grow
nam in etsiKliig, ami Is tbrrefm- not si
ways a surees wful preserve. Housekeepers
will be Interested In a nirfisl Iven b)
MUs Psrlna In Uhs1 llnumkee(ilng tin
making a rich and delirium preserve ol
""v, pineapple! Inrs the pineapple sud
tax's out all the eyes. Now, with every
shnrp knife, rut the pineapple In thin
slices, cutting down tl.e elrlea until the
heart Is reached. This Is to he discarded
Weigh the sliced pineapple and put It In a
lame earthen illsh. A id to It as many
pnursiaor gmniusieu sugar aa titers are
pounds of pineapple and stir well. I'ark
tills mixture In Miisob pun or quart jam;
put on the oovers and tighten tbem, then
put away In the preserve closet. The pine
apple will keep for a year or mors aud bt
perfectly lender and tins flavored.
French Pmner Istmp Shades.
The way.of making these Is to use twen
ty sheets of I-lie pai" ', ten dark and ten
light or white. Koch sheet mull he passed
tlrrongh the baud over mid over again until
It la quite crHikled. This needs a certain
suiuiiafc ui sunns urvoe ift aiv torn.
When okt4sfiU'torlly crinkled the ten
sheets are formed In a circle, tela light ana
ten dark, the light undet, tbe dark above.
They must then 1st plnltnl at the top, and
tledr roti nil to the wiry frame with taps, so
that thsre Is a thick ror he at the lop. This
Is the most tvnnMiwoma part, aa, nnless
the paper falls evenly all round, the whole
street is spoiled.
A Delleate Cake.
Two cupfuls of sugar, three uf fiojir,
three-fourths of swedl milk, one-half but
ter, aud whlttw of six eggs; one aud one
half (easpoonfuls of baking powder, fla
vored with tliilgrated rlud of a fresh lemon;
beat all the Ingredients wsll and odd the
whites of the eggs the last thing.
I consider Mie. Joe rrrann't Remedy
the best blood purifier thnt ia on the
market to-day. J. H. McAnKN,
Charlotte, N. C August 15th 18HU,
A reunion of Confederate vctcrnm will
be held at Hlowlng Rock on the first
Thursday, Prirtay and Saturday in Au
gust, Mr, Julian 8. Corr ia aaked ft) he
chief marshal. Senator Kansom and
Vance. Oovernor Fowls. CoU Polk and
Gen. Wilder arc invited to apeak.
8AL"'ATOB WINS AGAIN.
Heating the Reoerd In the Match
Baoe with Teimy.
Niw York, June 7.-ialvator won
tne match race and mode a new record
for a mile aadt'a 'aoarter. Over 18,000
people went down to Bheepshead bay
race track to see the contest between
Salvator and Tenny. It was one of the
grandest ever asen on an Amertoan race
course. Torre was no delay at' the poet
and they were sent ayuy at once.
Sulvator took tho lead and made the
pare a very fast one. i'ussing the stand
Salvator was half a length ia frJnt ot
Tenny, and this lead he increased to
a length and a half on the upper turn.
As they rachedat,ue far tuM5ulvator
drew away and was leudlnufaf newly
three lengths. Hiieu OajfTson com
uieuced to ride and whipflind Tenny
closed np the gap inch by inch. At the
last sixteenth Tenny was gaming fast
on Sulvutor, when Murphy brought the
whip twice on Halvator una he managed'
to keep his head iu front to the wire,
wiiujing by uliout half a head.
Tho fractional time of the rare is as
follows: vuurter, iu'.'i; half, U.H 3-ft;
one mile, l.aiij. equliiig Ten Uroeck'i
time; mile uhd a turloug, l.OvJ, and
mile and a quarter, i.uS.
The Rntouibed Miners,
Dcnbah, Pa., June ;'7. At 10 o'clock
last night the rescuing party knew ex
actly where they were in their work for
the first time since the Hill Form die
ter. They are still '! teet from the ob
jective point in tin- Hill Form mine,
and what is supposed to be the easiest
approach to the unfortunates. At the
same rate of progress m wus made yes
terday the enttmiocd men should 1
reach'ctl by to night, ami if the Hill
Farm can be readied without risk of
life the rescue will then lie speedy. It
does not now sii'in possible that auy of
the entombed men are alive.
Oerinans Object to Our Tariff.
Rkhlin, June 27. A deputation of
merchants uud manufacturers from
Rhenish, l'russia, waited upon Il.u-.on
Visa Uurlh-pip. il. minister of roininerce,
and lodged with him s protest against
I lie .MciYimey iiuiu bill, wmcn tney at
ijari'd virtually excluded from the
l nited Stale, certain tiennnn goods.
lliu di 'Htutioti reipiesteu tlie govern'
ment to move through the (ienuim uun
ister in W a-liiiigtoii iu the dirwtion uf
obtaining a niislifviug of the prohibl
tive provisions of the bill, Karon Von
ueriep H ii promised to give tne mutter
To Kutl the Strike.
Chicaoi, June 27. There is a pros
pect that the strike on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, wlijch baa poralyxod
trufibn that roud from Chicago to
CrntrTnia and along the Wisconsin
brunch, wij be aettletl tcslav. wheu
tletieral Muis-rintcndeut Sullivan has
promised the strikers to give them tlie
final decision of the companv as to
whether it shall discharge or uphold
Superintendent linsscll, the oiiiiuxiuui
Couldn't Run a Train.
Ckntu.uja, Ills., June 7. An at
tempt wus iu ule last evening to run out
a train over Hie Illinois Central. An
engine, a flat car and a caboose were
coupled together. B. C. Young taking
the engine while Trainmaster Higgius
acted as conductor. The engine bad
scarcely started when a switch wait
turned against it by a mob, tlie pin
puneu utiu tue euort was detested.
Kansas Prohibition Knocked Out.
ToraA,Koe..Juiie 27. United Hratee
District Attorney J. Wudy hue written
uu upfiion ou the validity of the Kansas
prohibitory law, which hue cast a gloom
over the pmhibftmnists. He declares
that the law is absolutely null and vuid,
made to by tlui recent decision of the
Freight Handlers Hirlke.
rsc. ovra, June S7. without warn-
imr bOO freight hulldlers Mnd lilntfuem
men In the Bast bt. Louis railroad yards
quit work. Not a Hiuud of freight is
coining to this city. The strikers de
mand an increase of from l.23 to $1.60
per auy ut ten Hours.
Dlsxnarrk Criticises England.
Ukri.im, Jnne 87. The Cassell Htadt
Anaeiger asserts that ou the occasion of
tlie visit of a deputation uf representa
tive lesidenU of Cassell to Prince His-
niarck the ex-chancellor said that En
gland had looked well to her own in'
tc rests in the east African affairs.
The Lottery Dill Passed.
New OaxrANU, June 87. A special
from Baton Itonge lays the bonse passed
the lottery bill by a voU- of 00 to liU af
ter striking out the uioiiuioly fuatures.
A Itespeeiable t'lilu-u Hanged.
Omaha. Neb., June 27. Allsrt H.
Knight, a wealthy and highly respecta
ble cuixcn, nnngea nuuseii in nu barn.
Ho waa temporarily insane.
Fair; allghtly cooler; uurthvwoaterly
NlOUKTsi OF NW&
Warrants were Issued for ths arrest ef flf.
sea lluuasrlaas la Huuth Bstlilshsm, Ps
who rsf ass to snswnr rsns us questions, Tbey
fear tbat so (Ivlsg their nanus they will
have to pay tales sou uo miutsry duly.
Ths presides! will Irsrs Wsahlnglsa 8at
eresy mornlnf for (.'ape Msy, whsre he will
remala aatU Taelay.
While boring s saiural fits wsll nsor Olas-
rw. Kjr the svaplug gas became Igiiltad
sad William Topolnt snd Charles-King were
Hlobard Ursra, Jacob Urowa and Patrick
Welsh wsrs burled br a esrsla near Chi 111-
soths. Ma ilrsos and Brown were reseoad
all vs. hut Wslsh was dead whea takea out.
The three children of John Kojawa. liv
ing at Misliir.1, Mlaa4 were drowned la
Mrs. U. C. twins, ef Hammond. Ind and
hsr t-rasr-uld ehlld wss killed while crossing
ue Jtlr.uneu U ntral railroad traeks,
Ths foot snd month dlsssse has reapbsared
u the lisrhy of lleeas, snd Is is numbers of
oattle are it) lug treat lis eneots.
Tho bram hsa and tributaries of ths Odsr
river, la Prluslsa gllesis, bars ov erflowed
their hsaks and nooded aa enormous ssstloa
el ooanurir. Tbe daataa,H very Brest,
Msryland fsnnars Is the Chesapeake bay
eeonUaa romplala ef the sbortaees ef ths
Ths report tbsl Rlehasd Olsaiew died ef
ysllow fever la Hmnswlrk. Oa., en thelM
loslaat, Is dmled. He died ol hemorrhaae.
Capista B. M. Lsagls. a premlaent ettlsea
eniaeksenvlHr, Fla.. died at rinoaaUa, Vs.
Ths report that aslllvaa and Jaokaoa will
Beat lo Virginia, Bear Waahlsgios, Is se
aled. Teledel pepnlsUoa approxlnutes TsVjOOOl
The BMill Cltlaca.
Is nlwnys alive to the intrrcsta oi
Asheville and its neonle.
Is the most nonular advertiainu! me
dium in North Carolina.
la read hy a greater number, of people
than any other secular paper in the
Ia alwnvi filled with the choicest read
ing matter ol the dnv.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad'
Tertiains in the CrruiN.
News, and all the news, makes the Crr-
ukn a general favorite. .
No retail merchant ever made a treat
siKreae without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In the Cithkn oevs
the advertiser an hundred-fold.
ANOTHIilt FLOOD OF RE
To-day wo offer boiiio un
hea Pil of IlargaiiiH in Lntlios'
Fine Diwa fiootlw, Linings
Sinriul nttriu'lions in Miw
liiiH, Liiwiih, CliiillicH, Mulls
and all Wliito Goods.
TaMo Linen, TowoIh, &e.,
an unusually pivtty line.
.Sateens, both Fivndi and
Cut prices in every depart
ment for the next ten days.
ItOSTIC DUOS. & WlUfiHT.
Leading DrytJoods mid Shoe
No. 11 N. Court Siuuix.
The entire tuck uf
InvludiiiK flue HruiKhrs, Iluttons and Dravc-
KcKunllcM uf coat, m wc Intend to tlie future
tu keep nuthinK hut Sulld Gold and!
8ter.injt Stiver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M, FIELD,
South Main St. Asheville.
W.A.lii,Aiit. J.V. Ukown.
No. 3 a Patton Avenue,
M'aFEE ILOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
Wc are now ready, and in
vito our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stoek
Which we ore offeringatrock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night 05
BLAIR & BROWN.
Pauici STisMiae. Low Rare,
four Trips dm Wak atwas
DETROIT, MACMNAO ISLAND;
wmmn r i ri, mmm IMS
Katn Wjr roam.
vT Wmbi Dajt Betwa
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
l I Hal y THp a s t an.
Double Oslly Uaa a. .11
ChlCAOO AND i ST, JOSEPH, MiCll.
OU" ILLUBTRATKD rANHl Ti
ati.ns aim, I m Ttok. w ill t-ftiuiii
by jrourlioao! Ssil, or ai:d' . -.
t. B. WHITCOMB, 0. P. A., Dltaoir, Khm. , '
Oatrolt ana) Oleselans Steam On.
WW be At
3 a Bailey Street
Bach morning excepting Wedsesday and
Saturday to receive plane pupils pr to make
an-agem its for lessoas. . Special attention
ta to ensemble playing, particularly fur
thon who wish to Improve In reading ntuilc.
Terms, $10,00, 118.00 or $30.00 a quarter,
according to length of lesson, or whether la
a class, Payable In middle of Quarter.
Agaat tor Benas Creek Woo lea Mills.
North Mala . v '( ; AakrvBM, M.C,
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modem flint claw hotel. Hot and cold water and hatha and tolletaoa erery floor.
Klci'tric Ik-IIh in every mum. Onert tire In oltice and C rains in bed rooms. Office, dlnln
room, lunch counter, clr am! news Ntand
trie Mtrrrt ears ms door every au nnnutea. Kivnmooo aim lianville ratiroau eating bouck
'JO minute for meals.
RATES, $a.oo PER DAY.
A. G. IIALLYBURTON, Prop.
J. H. RHVAN Mild WAI.TKR URKtCM, Clerks).
ROUND KNOB HOTEL.
McDowell Oounty, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON
A "hurt ill.lniKT from tlir fnut of the l'innnilc of the llluc KiiliK, frum which bslsamlc
limiri an t-unitiintly bluwinti. The scenery
water pure and abundant.
UITIHA WATHR A 1'HW ST HI'S I'ROM l
Opens June iHt. For Tcrma, addreaa
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We deliver tu nil pnrts of the city our own llottlinii lixuort Uecr at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
liur U-rr ia kept nt a tcmiirrnture uf ilemces and we Kuarantee you a fresh ariielr at
all times. Tllli TKAHII HI ITl.ll'.ll I'KOM
WINE . AND .. LIQUOR . STORE
IN THE STATIC
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
A. marqi'ardti - bt. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST.. ASHEVILLE. N. C!
-FOR 8AI.K BY-
Aeshcvlllc, N. C.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wcstcm North Carolina bivisiua.
PAH8BNOBR TRAIN 8CHBIIULB
flu R.eecT March SHI
7Bth Meridian time used when nut uthcrwiae
Ar. Bull. bury,
" New Vork.
I !i Hnnm
B 1 5 ii m
1 1 lillpm
Lv. New Vurk, fiainsra
I'lilla., I 7 miam
Lynch burg, I B pm
Kichmcind. 3 oupm
Danville, I HUim
1 1 aniim
1J J pm
A. k H. H
Mo p til
IHI7 p m
a 411 p m
" " MDRrilY 1IKANCH.
No. IB (Dally esccpt Hunday.)
3fiA p s
1 BB p m
040 a m
aiuami.v. Aanevuie, sr.
HlOamlAr. Wayneaville, "
3B4pm" llry.i.s City, "
A4Apm " Westlleld, Lv
Nos.'Bu snd 81. Pullman Hlreucrs between
Greensboro and Morriituwn.
Nos. S3 and Ba Pullman lilittrt nieemns
Cars between Hot HprttiK. and Wo.lunton.
Aahcvlllc Is nreusiast atatiun lor nu. ou.
" Dinner " " " B3.
lllckuryls " 4 B2.
W. A. WINBUFN, I. P A.,
Aahcvlllc. N. C.
JA. U TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
A CARD, r ,
Editor Aabevill. ClUsea l: .
That our many friends may know bow wc
arc getting oa wc will itate tbat we took In
la Hotel and Store
f 9,ooo In Vive Weeks.
Took In last Saturday over $700. $78 ol
tbat was hotel, balance store. Hotel regis
tmd 38 that day. Had S.000 arrivals In
8 months. Our stock Is mammoth 300 feet
long and 18 feet wide. Tell tbe balance of
the world to come and sec "Old Ched" smile,
and bay goods of us and save 10 to 38 per
novlAritf S. It. CHBDBSTBR tk SON.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 7 a. m. Bndlng 10.00 p. m
Car leaves Square for all points oa the
bour, and twenty and forty minutes there
Schedule cars connect at Sqaaie. .
Train car and baggage car meet evcrv
train. One valise allowed each passenger ,
Baggage trauawrree from all points In the
city for 38 cents.
THB ABHKVILLB BTRBBT BY. CO.
ANBW DKIID, carenilly prepared by lead
as memliara of tha Aahj-vllh, Iim. in.
Snest parchment and heavv flat nanerl. n
erlng all necessary points, Just out and now
on sale at tbe office of the Ciruaa Publish
me Com No, S North Court aVjaanu (lea 1st
and Unr nnd billiard room on flrat floor. Bleu-
THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Is picturesque, wulks wild and varied, and
- 'RONT IKXIR.
I'.I.IICTKIC Hlll.Ua ANU BATH KUOM
CSIVKN TO VAM1UIVM.
Dl'LOW ERWINi Proprietor.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 4-6.
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASS0C1AT1C3,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. At C A. ROOMS.
Open dally, esccpt Sundays, from to a. ss.
until 1 p. ra., and 6 until 7 P.
The terms of subscription arc: One year
$3;0 mos., $1.80; S mm., $1 ; 1 mo Sorts.;
dally 3 cu.
Officers for 1H0O President, Charles W.
Wotilscy; Vlce-Preaiilent, Thus. A. Jones; Sec.
and Treasurer, D. S. Watson ; Librarian, Mlsa
B. J, Hatch.
Citliens and visitors arc cordially Invited
tu lnsicct the catalogue aad taacrlb. thcer
n.iace ss rncanbers. JeeAOdtf
TO WEAK EMI
Biiffcrins fmra the affaclj of yoathfsl arronv early
datey, wasunji wsakMaa lost manhood, a, I will
easd a valuable uUaa (salad e-isslnlng rail
partlenlsrs rnr boms eon, SB( of aharf. A
splaodl't madtad work i ahonld ba ra by ft
sua ao to Berraos sad dabtlltsMa. Altim ,
rraf. V. CSrwWUCm, Ceuav
novB Isw 1.
jfTLANTIC COABT LINB
On anil after this date the following ached
ulcs will lie run over its "Columbia Dlvlsloa."
Nu. S3 leaves Cnlumhia 6 11(1 p. m.
Ariivca stCharlotoa...... Bail p.m.
No. S3 leaves Chnrlratiin,.n., 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columliia. 11.BB a. tn.
Connect In k with trains to and from all
Doitiuon the Charlotte. Columbia at Au
guata and Columbia Greenville Railroads.
T. M. BMBRSON, Oca. rase. Agt.
I. F. rtBVINK. 0a annt.
frlilHdilm " ' '
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PASTBBT ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE
Aaheritle to Kansas City In 87 hears.
Aahevlll. to Dravrr m 81 ho rs. " '
Asheville to Haa Vranetaea. California- aad
runiua, go.), in n uava.
Solid Vcstlbulrd Trains St. Louis to Kan
sas City. Reclining chair car free.
. for full iafurm stlus call oa or writ te
B. A. MfelsUftd,
District Passenger Agent,
No. 10 Pattoa Ave., Aa Seville, N.C.
J. CHARLTON, O. P. A., Chicago, HI.
f A (swond tiand money mu ud oat plr
pl(ttform A I eft). Ilnnulrc of
c. m. coorBat.
Or KKLLV Jk HTatACHANi
SS PATTON AVBNUB. '
'as ii jjuirsis-s' ieili