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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY SO, 18iX).
SrriT.nry liluliie's Views on Re
ciprocity an Free Sugar
Shown in a Second Letter to
Bpaln Anstnn. to Cmieliide a Tr.sty With
the I' iill.il Hlstns Thnl Will S.iur. the
Free Admission of Nugitr frum Cuba
and Porto Rlro Brasll Want, to Es
MR. BLAINE ON SUGAR.
Ills Well Known Views on H.elproelty
rrest'iilsd In Another Loiter.
V.Mil.uj'uM, July tin. Senator Frye
has reouivod the following Utter from
Sn ietaiy iJlaine, in reply to hie recent
iniiiiriee respecting the effect uf reci
procity on the sugar trado with Cuba
and i'oi to Rico:
H mi II in Hint, Me., July 02, 1SW.
Hk.iii Mil. Kuril I have your reply to
my leit.'i, ami uin K'ad tlntt the essential
purl of it has lietfii given to the p'ui..
You imk me what assurance I have a
to Spain' w illiniiiicss to enter Into re
ii nii'iil anaiiiiiieiita of trade with the
lulled St it e. Vuur question surprises
me. tor you cannot have forgotten that
only st ye.irs suo i ne prime minister 01
bpiu, tn his anxiety to nucuru free niliuls-
Hi. in to our market, fur the siit'iir uf I'uha
and 1'urlo llii.o, ruvit tot very extensive
treaty of rm-liiroritv with Mr. .Inlia .
Foster, then our minUtcr at Madrid.
A year hetore, isvi, a very niluiirable
treaty of n.i ipnii'itv win ucotiaU'd by
Gen. (Irani and Mr W. H. Tivscott, aa
United suutcs i nuiiuissHiners. n ull the re
pnlilic ol Mexico, a it'i-aty v.tdl considered
in all it m part mid all its ilftaiU. whose
re-nilts w.tiilif, 1 helli-ve, Uave proved
biuhly ailvaiitaceoiu to both coittitrict.
In viw of the peudinit ilt'UHHion it is
a ftoin.'what HliiKnlar l irciuiistaiue that
both I hew treat tee of recinority failed to
ewiirt. t lie approval of conui'i".. and failed
tor the expri-H reaoou thai Imth provided
for the free iiiIhiUmou of nnr. ('oimrene
would nol tlii-ii hiIiov a ine M'lllld of
euiar to i-i'ine in free of duty miller any
Ciri'iini'.t.itii'es vli:ite .-r.
And now liiv propoit inn 4 to open our
port it Iti'i to 1 .'rn...i -4 Hiuar and to to it
with sin li rapidity fh it are not to
have a moment' time to ce if we cannot
make a briii-i trade a trade liy niiu ii we
may pa tor at li-.ifcl a part of the eiitrar In
tli.i prodiiite of A:..vri'aii tariua and
Dor change of opinion ha certainly
bt'i'll rein.ii Killde ill o lilirf a perio.i. Jn
d.'i il. the only .laim.T uf our not Hecuriiut
dvant:iueoii tri'iii li of reeiprocity now
in I he poKsilde Ih'Iu-i ijii the part of IIioku
eoiiutrit - r'lal we are so an.vioiiH fur free
eiiuar that l.y iuti.'iit w.iOtntx they can
-L-ure all 1 lu- desire w uliout tuolivy und
K.'ariint that rvMilt, I sought an inter
view witti iln-fulii U.-piiliiiau nit'iiibers
Of the rooi !u:l tei- mii w iy alhl means
tnore tlinii the uiont In, auo -lo be exact,
uli the loth dav 01 l.M t-'eliruary. leliileair
ored to convince them illat it would bo
rxpi-iiieut and w e tu leave tu I lie presi
dent, at tin' ti.-.i'v !o;ikiiiK pow.-r. att
opportunity to .in what ailv Hnt'.eou ar-
raliKeiiii'ti'-of iv. iir-'cit y lid berllei ted.
X Was unnlile to Jirl''iade the Ciitumilfee
to take my view. I nii-utiuii this cireuiu
etauie now liei nue il h;o. been clitit'ijed
in many iiartei tii.'it tl.u siu'iietiviu for
reciprocity caiuu too late. Ill fact, my
effort ha. made ht-toie the taritT bill
was reported to t lie house ur eveu framed
tu commit t.e.
It Is, I think, a very urave mistake to
opposu :hi, rci'iiroi'al proposition tuueh
liM siiit.ir from the tear thai It may con
flict In soino way wnb the policy of pro
tection. The dniiL'tr is, I think, wholly In
the opposite dllei tloli. Let us see what is
proposed, our govern incut has hereto
fore colleeferl a heavy duty irom siiirar
amoiititina ine year in the NKnvate to
Hfty eiulit uillliimsof dollars 1 f.s.ixai.iaii,
ami avcr.'ii:n titty millions per auuuiu
for a coiisitlerahle period. We wish now
to 1 heapeti siittar liy remorlti the duty.
The value 01 the suuar we annually
culi-iime is emiriiious. S.iall we pay for
It all In cosh, or Khali we seek a rclpi-n-utl
arran-.emi'tit tiy wliirh a lar::e part uf
It may he paid for in pork and lie.-f and
dour, lu 1'iiiilicr, salt, and iron, in shoe
and calico and furniture, uud a thousand
olher tliinus r
In short, shall we pay for It all In cash,
or try trieiidly iiarier in part I think
the laiter mode is the huhest form of
protection, uud the la:si way to promote
1 address tills note In ynu, as I did my
first, because you have taken au active
aud most intelligent Interest in the in
crease of our trade with .-south America.
When shall we enlarue our couiiiiereial
Intercoiir-e with that ureal continent If
we do not now ninke a heiiuuiiii( It we
bow Kive away the duty nn sonar (as we
have already mven away the duties on
enrt'ee anil hides and ruhheri and get noth
lujl III exchange which shall be protltable
to the tarm or the factory in I lie lulled
(states, what shall be our Jiistlti.atlou for
Vou have recently received cmtratnla-Hons-111
which I cordially join -.111 cniry
Iniz the shippiuit bill throiiKU the senate.
Io you not think thai a line of ships tcn
rrnusly aided hy the jforeriuneiit will
have a better prospect fur prollt and for
permanain e if we cm vive to them out
ward cargoes from tho Cniteil States and
not confine 1 hem 10 inward caraoes from
1 am sincerely yours,
,1a vi s n. Hi. AIM.
Her Merehsiits W ish tn Ksclisttfte Hub
her, 4 .illce sail SiiKar fur Our (loon's
Nkw YmiK, July n.-A. Do Bnrron,
I'ltiz.'ii nf Il1117.il, who ha recently
la-en traveling IliroiiKh the northern
part of that I'lnintry, said he was much
impiiiHsed with the change of feeliug of
the s (iplu (if iiiiizil. The rlianite of
goveintni'iit whs universally p .pillar,
and there was a marked advance in
biininess priwperily. I Inn result was
the Kieul iuteicsl uf linuiliuns ill the
hsiiiIii uf the I'lilted Hlales,
Kepulilii'iin leuliiurnnd the Pim-Ameri-ran
cotiKirss, accompanied with I'ortu
Kal's trouble with Lnglatid, have made
llrailiniH iin.'dous to buy Auierirain
goils. .Mcicliiiiits mid buyers alike
allowed their disiiositton toward thie
conn try. Mr. lip llarnu said he was
ma l to iii'd the depth of the pro
Ainericati m'titiineiit. The miirclianta
there desired reciprocity. The problem
to be solved was tlm question of the
frice, the terms uf which included
rutispui tatlou. The pike must be
lowor. In tlia element of rrlci thera
were ninny elemeuta bosidea the actual
liy rwlpriK-ity Braiil'i capacity to boy
would be iticieased, and the United
Htates was the only country which
could lve this increased power of pur
chase to lini.il. The United Htntea con
sume largely her rnblier aud coll re.
Free trade with the United Htates would
not I si possible, because Braail deanda
on her I'tistom house for her revenue.
Hut she, could give reductions In dtitiii
in return for free augar given by the
United .States, Enormous gains would
result from mutual concessions Tha
ta-M already taken for banking facili
ties are imeit Important.
At prt-sMiit the capttitl of Rnrope en
tors into our trade and operuUe ayaluit
Anwrii'iiii ifooiW. Better tianiorttlon
liii'iliiiHit HlnMiia bo .ma. nut most im.'
portunt of all in m'hirtn'iiy. Miinufac'
turers of en ton, steel, leather, wood,
iron, mid farmers, liv the sale of bread'
stuffs, would be heiii'liied. Thn ths
iiresout t.'iuiHr of the Brazilians, be
cause of feeliutr nK'iinxt KiiKlaiul, affords
a wunuvini onisirtiuiltv in tins conn'
trv. Throwinu; thin Kteat market away
will be bitterly repented.
DON'T WANT TO TALK,
Tu. Republiean M.uib.r. of Iho Iflfl
and Mean. Cumulus.,
Wakiiiniiton, July t!8. The Rennlill'
licati members of the ways and meanii
committee do not appi a. disposed to din-
cum til conference they bad with Mr.
Blaine oil Feb. 10 lust, whirh whs re
ferred to in the Hvretary's 1.' "t letter to
Senator Frve. Their re'' . j on the
subject i ulleRed ' to be the result of a
Keneral understanding that the matter
should nut to discussed. Friends of
Mr. Uluine nay that ho whh displeased at
the nmnner in which the committee
iirnored hit rcuoiiimeiiiuitloiie,
It h nude'stood thai Secretary Blnlne
requested the conference; that Mr. Mo
Kinlev Kent nut confidential notes to K
pulilii'nu ineuilN't'H uf the committee to
meet hnu at un muni in tne r.iuuti
hiUN on the following morning nt 10
o'elnck; that every Renlilicuu uieinlier
was it'i ent, aim Mr null an muir .ur.
lilaine ad lnM'd theiu on the subject of
ivciii.ocitv, and that, ;fier Mr. Blaine
had presented hie views formally, a Ken'
enil con v. ! Kit ion ensued on the subject.
i In which he wait llieil with a numlier of
Anions the questions allied wan
I whether Spain would he included in the
I recipru. 'itv sclirlue, Mr. lilaine having
inniiid his reiniu ks merely lo our re'
liitious with the Spanish-American r
liulilics. To this Mr. lilaine is said to
have replied that Spain was in too bad
linatii ial straits to surrender any of her
revenues. Mr. Blaine's reference to
Spain in the hnter to .Mr. Krye is viewed
with some surprise br members of the
wave uud means commit tee.
It is 11 re ued bv those who favor the
secteturv's ptotsistti. n that Ilia Hepub-
lic.an iiieinbers of the nuiiinittee never
gave Mr. Blaine's pM.si:ion any con
sidorati hi alter the conference was
held. Almost without dissviii, it ie re
isirted, thev regarded tlie plan as im-
priicticiil. and it was never brought be
fore the full fi'liunil tee. even for the
purpose of dls" it' sioti. Mr. Blaine's
conclusion, therefore, that the commit
tee had a very ii.iiillVtei.l opinion of hit
pmpfition. wax, his lii'-mla claim, not
Ui the informal way in which the Re
publican incuiliei's of the committee dis
cussed It nui.uig themselves, It was
ac-revd that If ispalti could not afford re-
.ilirocttv. the si'Hiiish-Aiiiri lean reiiub-
lics, most of tliein at least in still wuiee
liii.un ial straits, t utilil tint ntlord it.
M t of them regarded that the oppor
tunity to iret mutnai concession, had
(one by: that the tune to have bar
gained was when cofiee, hid. s. rubber,
ttii., were j'Ut on the fr. list in previ
.ms tariff acts; that now it was ilussl.
do to turn the mill with the water that
It at pears that it was in this view of
tlie situation that .Mr. Illulncs pro).
tloll was lej.i ted in a sort of oft hand
way bv tin- Republican 1 tlie commit
tee, r r"'llthe evidcn. feellli.' Illllolltt
them 11 ce Fi'id.iv's le 1 : has Iwii tniide
public, it i apparent th.o even should
Mr. ! ..iue ce the a tiroval of the
uato in his r.-i ipn .'itv scheme, it
would a sec. .1 tune In n jectvd by the
ways and means con. mitt, e,
THE ROPE CHOKED HIM.
A ConfUniued Wroi's l.ssl rontilolnl on
M.MtTixs'Vti.i.K, Va., .ItilvJS. Thomai
Wilson, colored, was hanged here Friday,
At II a. 111. lour colore.) divines went
to his cell and held appropriate services,
all mni.nu short, iceling talks, and
l'rcacln r Nicholwm ottered pi aver. The
iinsuiii r Jolnej in the singing. His
brother ciime in duritg the service and
fell on the condemn d mane neck and
wepl bitterly, but for giesl nasotis the
iinsoi.er ! pi'-"i.'d tiie nilor to remove
nun 1 ul of li e nn v sure, saying: "If
my brother h is no mure ressft for rue
tuau to 1 "iue tu my hanging druns, I
do not wi-h fur hnn t l prei :it."
Vi1s.iii walked ileiils-ralely and unaid
ed nui the m atlidd.
He told the i'.le that whiskr
brought hnn to this. When the sberiif
adjusted the n oh-around t he pris. iiier's
lua k he sai l: "1 hat is chokirg me: Hi
it niJit. I want to die right.'' The
black cap was pulled over his fare, and
all preeut said (issl-by." Wilson re
scinding "(iissl-by; meet me ill heaven."
Deputy rtlterilT . P. Davis an. ting the
trapd.M.r. and Thomas Wilson wua
hurled into eternity. His neck was
broken, and ho died without a struggle.
On Saturday night. set. I.'i, IS",, Wil
son, during !t iiarrel, shot and killed
Jim Davis, also colored, Just outside of
the corporate limits of the town, while
a "cake-cutting" woe in progress,
Tue 11 .ii'.uy of the
Teuiiess.-e .0 1 isseu Hmtponed
till uual spniu iN'....ioe uf an a.-vlUeul in
casting the Oram sta: uc, wliich Is lo be
uureiled at tlie reunion.
bsuslor lugalls will speak at the great
culured demonstration lo lat held al Hue
uniri k Uiove, K..u., on Aug. 1, lu ceh bra
tiuo uf the Hiini versa. y 01 the euiauclpa'
liou uf the pro- liiuu . m.
Mrs. AnUri'W iIhm., a lady Buw lu her
Ukt li,.Mr ... v ...t..io.l,Ha tl, UH
Joiiruers at a .S.uw.iii., Loun., suiuioer
resurt by swimming long distances sud
by her capers ill 11. e surf.
Alturuey Iteiieru. Udlard, of South Da
kota, has rendered a iici llon that main
tenance of a pl.ice where litiior ie drsuk
Is lu itulution ut the law, ami the seller
must prove thai he Is nut violating tha
Albert l'ariiienter, a Logan oniony, O.,
farmer, became despondent over the pros
pects lur tlie Hit ure nf his small family,
imlng poor ami in bad health. As a result
he killed his wife aud then himself with a
WATCHING THE WHITES.
Tin WruiiKle In "..null (smiths Is Klvlnyed
b Hie Colored Brethren.
(Jnl.UMiiiA, H, l'., July 28. The most
proinineiit mid cuiiservatlve negro pns'r
ill this stale, is The New South, lu a ne
cent issue, il lias Ibis to my I
" Tim present Kjlillcul oontest 111 South
( jirollna is 11 white iiuui's light In every
resaa't, If the colored Msipl(. show the
purl of wisdom, lliuy will take no I111111I
111 it, ell her one way or another, lad
the while III s ruta light to their heart's
content, The lime fur us to lake a hand
liiw not yet arrived It wi 1 certainly
come lust as sure tut day fin o va niglil,
but It has not arrived yet. 'I he culoieil
H-opti of South Carolina hold the bal
ance uf power in the stale, and when Iho
whites are elli'dnally div ided, there will
not Im tiny dillli nltv in making it clfeol
Ive fur good in bringing alaiul a laator
statu of affairs so fur aa they arc con
cerni'd. Kvery Hay tends to brighten
the outlook nnd improve the conditions.
There is no rulihintr ilout. the unterritleil
denus'rncy is lioasliseily iliviihsl. It mat
tors not who is novel nor, there will In a
Tillman mid an anli-Tillinnn parly In the
stale. The negro's oppirtutiity will then
be at hand."
NORTH CAROLINA CROPS.
Cotton Is Rsnnrtort as Injured to Home
Mstont by Heavy 1 talus,
Rai.bkih, N. C. July 28. KeiKirts of
oorreepoiidunbj of tha weather eurvioe
show that tli weather during v .e week
emlini; lulv 86th. has liecn gcucrallv
cloudy, damp, and unusually cold over
tlm entire state. The temHiriit ure ranged
very low the entire week, tlie highest
being bk negreea on tne .m lower imin
haa ever lieeu recontoil here In .Inly.
The rainfall hue been alsive tbo aver
age. The low teniHrature und heavy
rain has in iured cotton to some extent.
although few discouraging reports have
been recetveit. The uoruiiil raiufiill for
each week in July ia 1.3(1 inches. The
average is more than one inch ulaive the
normal. No serious dnmnga hua been
reMirtod, however, except that some
lowlniul cropa nave noeii wasiicii uy
oveiilowmg si reams.
CHOPS IN VIRGINIA.
Oeneral Outlook for all ( nips KnroiiragliiK
anil Farmers Huefnl,
Richmonii. V11.. Julv 2S. ('luninis'
doner of Agriculture Vliilchead snya
tliu nullisik lor a giaal corn crop la fa
voiuble. In the piedmont Ms'tiun and
the vallev 11 is very line, wlulu 111 the
tide-water and sontllside it is up to the
avenure. I no toimci'o crop is not
hirire as usual, but the condition of the
growing crop la line. Huy and grasaes
art lur Isuler with reirard to illialltv
than iaai year, 'fiitre ia a total failure
in the s'iich crop, and there will not Ih
over onc foiirlh of the average yield of
apples, I'otntis's nre verv gissl tlirough
out the stale. The recent rains have
Uvn general, ami the fanners are greatly
SCARCITY OF LABORERS.
I'ennsylvaiiia Karmers I'at their Wives anil
llauiehlers In lite r'lehl.
Rkaiun'o. Ph.. July t. The fur mors
of Berks county are having a hard time
in Blithering 111 llieir h.irvests of im ami
grain. Ilnving run the gauntlet of Iruii
tree worms, siiaio imgs, 1110s, grass
worms, cliint. bugs, Knglish sonrrows
ami lunrtgug.K. ami now to ami tne groat
scarcity of Inlsir to the vexations, thev
have la-cn forced lo lead out into the
harvest tields their wivim, danchters and
rhihlreu. Hie nttenliou of strangers.
they pass 110 S huvlkill river, has been
attractisl by the unusual sM-ctiii le of
large iiiiiiiIni- of women working in the
grain tields. It is a condition uf tilings
which has la-en unknown to tins art of
IViinsvlvania fur many years, and calls
to mind the custom in lienuany and
other Kunuiean countries where the bulk
of out-disa" liirm laisir is none bv women,
lleleetUss lltlil Mini llnwn.
HlllMIMlllAM. Ala., Julv 28. Detect
ives have urnleU aunt tier 111unwho.it
is claimed, is a ineinls-r of the notorious
Rulw Burrow Kiing. The prisoner wns
resristete.1 at a hotel as 11, 11. 1 'lil'ton. of
(h ula. Ma., but utter Ills arrest admitted
that his nuuie wic, Jennings, uud Iho de-
tiH-livw say Jciiiiings is the name of the
man thev want, and ure iskiiivm thev
can ideutifv him us a train roblsyr and a
meinls rof Hurrow s gang. He will lie
taken tn AiK uisna.
Mills Aanlnst the ll.ivc.ll.
Dallas, T.-x.. July JH. ( onuressnian
Roger U. Mids. in an interview on the
boycotting ol the north, suggested bv
The Atlanta ( '(institution anil endorsed
ovliell, liordoll. should the force bill
's-onica law. says: "Il would mil oulv
11 folic but a criminal follv. tout-
u-inpt sii. h a prujis i. would injure
us as much as the north, and the iner-
haiilsand liisini. linn ol Hie south
hoiild come out und denounce it."
t'artl riayliiic Itrlnus ,,it a tinnier.
Illll-xswii g. (in.. Julv -. row uc
nrnsl in 11 I r-r. . oil. Sal -inlay evening,
-vera skin cam.', win lit 'Ionic Hardener
-hot and kill. si Isuimi .ihiiii..ii..I,I Mi,..
iliellcld tliie.iteiii d i.irdner's life, when
the latter c.,1 11 oilol iin.l LiIIm.! Itin,
(urducr l'uvi- tin lo the sheriif. The
vi-r.licl of Hi loners jury win. willful
F.sruM.l III th- ll'irlt.iess.
I.IXinl.NTuV. (ia.. Julv -A 111 t It-
excitetneiil w is i i'.-at.sl hen- M il it r. In
niubt. The I oler 've'it lof.isliiii.pt is-
iiiers nlsiul s hi ! ,. mid a- he nulls kisl
(In disir. Iti.'i :s..nles. who bud Usui
coiilliiiil in j.i.l on a ivoiii-iiiou fi .in :lir
governor nl Te i-. 111 'do a hpim.. 411, s-k
inirlhe jailer il.i.v I.sl ,mi
the darkness in I
A I till. I in tile
I1.UST.IN. Te.. -In; VS. Til." Il'li
?-veur-.d daiicb or of V. ( . Ilranii.
lll.s !'v. was siiileijiij from beadacie.
and lie. v hi", bo.ird tli.il iiiorphine woulo
ndlcve I he siln. s.s uns s,.nn which
was in Ihe Imiiim. l.s.k 'i't ceulV worlii.
willi.iut I he know I. -e of her loollui
mid went otf and lav down, she w 1
li-i'iier.sl Hs.n u: li r. bill I he siis..n bun
..lie into her s stem, ami she diiil in
1 lie vv lol niter U-iiig found.
New 'link's ihcoaophical wsietv is
made up of nil kinds of religious be
lievers. Spirt u.ilisis have sat sido hy
aide with hardshell Baptists and digul-fi-sd
chiiri'l.nioti f every denomination.
Tsj ciiu,-s Are rpe'u-1 with the resM
IkM ol tin old Hindoo book.
CA'i.l TI!S mnny m new Ihihikm;
i...M,t,s fminr an old Iiiihuh;
KliVIVliS mnny a dull hutinau;
HliSCl 'liS miiny a hint biisinesn;
S. YliS mnttv a toiling husrsrsa;
I'MiSHHVliS niHtiy h lurc luminal;
SIX' I HliS micccM in any limine.
To ailvertine iuilkiiulv. usr I lie cn-
iimns of " The L itiicn." Lvervlnnlv rvntl
it; nnd in mxilon ro I lie return il
vkhlt in I ci tinen. it rate art tlie clivmi
rat in tliccountir.
The nnlly CMIaen.
Ia nlwnya nlive to the interests
Ashrvtllr nnd ita cotile.
la the most Kniiliir nilvcrtisinir nir-
diutti in North Cnrnlinn.
la rend bv n grrntcr numlier of neiiiur
thnn uny other Kculnr paisrr in the
la nlwnya filled with the choicest rend
ing mutter of the dnv.
Honrdtng houses nil their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citiikn.
Newa, and nil the ncwi, mnkea the Cit
iikn n general fnvorite.
No retail nierchnnt ever mnile n urent
anceera without advertising. Try the
An ndvertiaement in the Citiikn pnvi
the artvertiarr nn hundred-fold.
A crrfttn nftartsU1 halt In nowder. lllirhMi
of nil In Irnrrnlnff trfnath U. H. Oovrrn
neot Hepui August 17, laO. lytM&jr
The Dad Hoik of Storm at
South Lii'vreiu'e, Munn.
About One Hundred "Buildings
Razed to the Ground.
Fortunately Hut I'ew I.Ives Aro Reporlod
lisl. Alllif.iiKh a Large Number of
People Were More or Less Injured.
Hundreds Itenilered llulllelees The
Loss Himiihly Kolmsteil nt 100,000.
Lawrlmk, Mass., July 2H. A dia
ast rims cyclone occurred at South
Lawrence Siiturihiy fiii'i i'isui. It Is re
ported that a large uupilvr of houses
were blown down in the neighborhood
of bpiiiiglield i-treet. The telegraph
and telephone wiles are demur, ilized.
Latkk-'Uio c.cli'lie struck South
Luwreuce villi great power alioni III
o'cWk. The storm tiist struck Spring
field street, and travelled thence tu
Saleui street, dcviis, in hig a section
twenty rods wide.
It is ettitii.'iud that 100 buildings have
been leveled by the storm, tine man ia
known to have lacii killed out tight by a
fulling building, and the injured ate
now repoit.d as numbering fifty or
aixty. l ire bniltii out in a uumlsr of
places in the ruins, and the entire fire
department hud haul work extinguish
ing the flames. The injured were re
moved and cared for ipnckly as possi
ble, BY WAY OF BOSTON.
Is Klllrd-Thlrtjt-r'lT Injured Lose,
SI lO.OOO Kiev lluu.lreil Homeless.
Biikton, July SH..- The tirst news of
the cyclone direct from Lawrence waa
received about I o'clock by telephone.
The message confirms the extent of the
disaster as lust reirted. The destruc
tion waa coiiluied wholly to South Law
rence. Ninety wooden dwellings were de
stroyed, six lives were lost, thirty-five
pel sous were injured, AUU.tsMi worth of
property was destroyed, and jOU people
llM-riultuii of the Cyclone.
A Lawrence s?citil days: The awful
visitation came ut 1 :". o'clock. The
wind wil east, thn rain waa falling
Leu v liy. when suddenly tile h 'uvens be
came a glow with a bright while light,
almost iTaizling in ila ellccts. In a mo
ment the wind veered directly to the
west. Heavy black clouds shot from
behind tlie western hills, high iuto the
iky for a moment, uud then the thick
mass parted. Down shot black st reuka
from tlie murky mass, and in a moment
the crash came.
Buildings were crushed like eggshells,
whole houses were lif'ed from the cel
lars, and terror seized their iH-ciipaiita.
The buildings in the vicinity were all of
wood, ixetiv, coxy homes of toilers in
the mills. In a tru e their ruin was
complete. The cyclone cut a path in
South Luwrtnce over a mile in length
and SOu feet wide. 1 ivei loo buildings
were wrecked. The hnspil.il ia tilled
with injured, while homes -pared from
the wreck nie sheltering bleeding
women and children.
The devastated section is included by
South Bread way and leni !e streets,
Market and Suleiu streets. Communi
cation with the outside world was bl
atantly cut off. The llillll.'liso telegraph
poles were snapped u- though hey were
pipe items and wires, which were
whirled iut'j 11 clou. I ,,f tangled skeins.
settled down a mass 1 1 junk.
A (.'.iinliieloi s story.
Mai nrs- Mass.. Julv js.Tha first
train from Luwreuce Uir the r.'ariod
disaster arrived here i.t noon ha; unlay.
The conductor states tout the tornailo
struck South Lnwrenc" iiInuii .'xiu rods
from the Nu th L."."' di pot of he
Boston and Man.' in ' el. n;.. it.pn.h
of desl ri. lion c!.' 1. o the i.ve-ii. ad
bridge on lite B '-loi, , nl .',1111:11 tit:-
bet wi en boil lb, l.u..ii.ce uud 1V.1.I1
lu esmth I.awii:ce teventv-live
hulisee wete shu' I'eu, be issif of lie
new (.' itlu lb-elm c.i 1. unci avv.iv. ihe
awitchls x f the i.o 11 uud iuiue road
blown .'ui i. t. 1 air. in;: w i'Ii it u rail
road eni'l'.e. wu mine is n,,t
known, and xilli. g i tin iiislaiitly. (In
the east si ie 1 f iue I:. . towards Xorlli
Andover a grove o large ttei-s ten lo
fifteen acres in ex; a: vvrn blown fiat
bribe wind, ami ull. e.i ionises are re
ported wns ked in .o:t!i Andover. Tho
loM of life from the present source of in
formation is pl.'ic.il troll! fifteen to
twenty-live nnd the niuulier injured it is
said must reach loo or i.'sl.
The railroad iiroisu ty has not been
damaged, nnd communication by train
il unbroken, w hile the wires or more or
less blown down.
Battery ('.of Lawrence, which has
just returned limn camp, arrived her
at noon on a sscial train en mute to
Lawrence, nln-ie the men were detailed
at ones to guard work u d assist in tha
removal ot the Ueb. is a. ii search for ihe
dead and injured. ' .liugfield str-et.
whsr tn cyclone ..ink. contained
many of the handsome residences uf the
Tha work of the tornado nn this street
was clean cut, and after it had passed
but three hnnsee of all between lilauch-
rd and South Union streets were left
All Ilia others ou both aides of tha
street were either mowed completely
down nr partly demolished, and twenty
people were Injured on this street alone.
The windows of HI. Patrick's church
were blown In, trees, chimneys, signs,
fences and nfs are torn wv outside
of the path of the storm, while in its
Ulrett route everything was laid flat.
Nkw York. Julv W.A long distance
telephone dispatch tn the the United
Press ttlves the tunica of the dead, all so
far as known, by cyclone at South Law
rence, Mass. 1
Mrs. O C'onnell, crushed.
Mamie O'Connell, neck broken.
Mary Lyons, aged 4ti, crushed.
Mrs. Colli lis, Portland street, crushed.
Her child. 4 years old, crushed.
Of the injured some, eauecially thue
of the family of M11: 'in McLaughlin, are
seriously if uot fatally nurl.
IUIIole.1 lion Times No Choirs.
QliKrxvii.l.K, ().. July SB. Tha Dent-
ooratic congress!' mid coiivniitluii of tha
Fourth district falling, after (UK) ballots.
to nominate n candiiliita fur congress,
took a recess 1111 lil Sept. H. aud chanired
ths place of meeting to Picjiuv
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W.A.Hi.air. J.V. Hhown
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We nre now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lic generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we nre offering at rock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night G3
BLAIR & BROWN.
!'hc entire ttM-lt H
Inclii.tiiiK line llroot'tai lluttims und llie.t
KrKunltrtMi nf cost, na wc Intrnil In the ititun
tn keep nothing but Hoi Id Outtl ami
HtcrlinK Hllvrr Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South nln St. Aahcvllle.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Westers North Carolina IHvl.lon.
AHMIINIIBB TRAIN BCHKIItlLB
Ila ItpracT March SI.1I
7(lth Mcrhliaa tlmr ttsril -hrn not otherwise
fl I Bam
7 Sosm I
No. 83 '
" New Verti,
1 9 Uonm
Lv. New York,
II ball 1mm.
1 1 asm
8 311 pro
A. at m. B
700 p m
607 p m
A 40 p m
Hot Aminos. Arr.
Arr Ashevllle, Arr.
' MttHPHV riRANCH.
Tlo. 1 (t)aUeCT)t aundsyTy
BlOamli.v. Ashevillt, Ar
8B8 p m
1 88 p m
48 a m
a nop mi" vrysua city
6 4S pm
Nos. AO eari Ai. Pollmaii llleeiszra brtwm
Orrenshnro and Morrlstowa.
Nos. 83 and SS Pullman Boftt Meeplns;
Cars hetwera Hot Rininn and Washington,
AshiTlik is nrrakraat Btatloa for No. 80.
" Dinner 88.
Hickory is " " S3,
, , W. A. WINBURK, D. P A.,
' ( AslwwIIU. si r
JAB. L. TAYLOR, 0. P. A.,
wooninaion u . '
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASI1EVILLE, N. C.
A modern first class hotel. Hot and cold water and hatka and toilets ua every n.ior.
BlKtX hehs I? every miim (s.n lire In ofllcv ami unites In lull rooms. D ice, dlii K
room LnVh VouJt eliar nnd news slnn.l and liar and l.lllhinl room on til si Hour, like
tnctreet ear! pass door every 30 minutes. Richmond and Danville ruilrond euthiK house.
30 minutes for meals.
RATES, a.oo PER DAV.
A. G. HALL YBURTON, Prop.
J. H. HRVAM and WAI.TKM HKKKN, ClcrUa.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for Us Purity.
We deliver to all parts of the city our own llottllna Hxnort llcer nt
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Oar lieer is kept nt n tcmiK-rnturr of 4ll decrees and we iiuiiriintcv you ll fresh urlulc at
all times. TH B TKAllll SI 1'1'l.lliH I'KllM
V WINE AND .. LIQUOR . STORE .
PINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. . uo.Anr. a...r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEYILLE, N. C
-FOR SALK BV
Ashevllle, N. C.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
tir. Mmm..ni f,n-..(.(l .l.iHnip the vrnr. I Srr cntnl.iuue linm' 4MI.1 Only
eollrilr In North Citrollna with reKUlurly oraamseil KehtMil of Pollllcal nnd 8..1111I Sih ii. c,
.-.V..1.... t. . ..'nfLlMtftie IIHL'P. 114.114. lis.flli-nt S.-H..OI ol Civil I'.IIUIIf
crrinv. K'ntnlKie paais 7M.MI.I Muiwrior
nnd Natural eiclenccs. Appueunis Biimiiun m ...nniinr. ......
advanlKKC. Over UHl courses this year IciiiIIiik to deant s lint open to ull. Address
JOHN F. CROWELLi President.
Randolph County Trinity College, N. C.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDINGJBATr
I'inishcd IhroiiKhout In Antluue (ink. I'nrlor nniCKeveiitiun Hull llulshed In (JuiirUT-
Hawedliak. Wnlls draivd with Linvrustn -
I'ur further information enll on
G. H. WALKER. No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
Julv 1 till lm
ROUND KNOB HOTEL.
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON
A short distance from the foot of the I'lnnu.
hreesrs are eonstnntly blowing. The scenery is picturesque, wulks wild and vum-d, uud
water pure and abundant.
I.ITIIIA WATItK A FUW BTUI'n l'KOM I'KIINT IHKIR.
KI.KCTRIC IIHI.I.H AND IIATII KlIIlM
MPsKCIAI. RATION CIVKN TO FAMII.IKM,
Opens June ml. for Terma, acldrcnH
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Hhadea and Patent HaiiKera,
Faints, Oils and Varnishes, Masury's allied I'alnts and Colors. Window Was., huts'
We keep In stock at. Lonlsand Kentucky
IN BVBRY COttNTY IN
Western North Carolina
TO HOI.ICIT attBHCRtlTlONH FOR Tlllf
A liberal commission, will Im paid. Borne
one owning a horse preferred. Address
II. D. CHILD, .
ANEW DHlin, oarefslly prrpared by kwd
insr memlwra nf th. Ashlll Via p ,,tM
tneot parohmoat aaa heavy flat paper), cor
reins; all accemry points, Just out and now
00 sale at the one of the Cmsaa Pvnusn
! COh No. North Cowrt qeare. riaalat
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
sv-hools ol l.niiKiuiiu's. I'liil..i.ili v. Thii.tiuiy
ROOM FITTED WITHWATER ; CLOSET.
THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
le of Ihe llluc Rhine, from w hich hnlsiiiuie
J. BVLOW KRWIN, Proprietor.
Bditor Ash. villa Clllieo:
That our many Iriends may know how vie
are aettlna on we will stale that we took In
In Hotel aaii Klurt
9,000 lu VKe Week.
Took la last Haturday over 7Ml. $78 of
that was hotel, balance store, Hotel rriile.
tend 30 that day. Had a.OOO arrivals In
6 months. Our st ek Is mammoth Alio feet
Ions: and IB feet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and see "Old Ched" smile,
and bay goods of us and save 10 to US per
novlBlltf B. R, CllllllltaTKH A ! IN,
. Jtlcd'tl.OO. Sl JaUltiuBsntlB
jlila paclugt vut Bnbbn B7rin in 11.80
. POM (ALU HY
. RAYSOR SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C. .