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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1800.
Dreaiful Havoo of a Oyolone Near
HTJBPREDS OF LTVES WEEE LOBT.
A Steamer Crowded With Escur.
atonlsta Cupvlaed oil Lake Pepin.
Nuineroua Disasters on the Small
Lakes About Bt. Paal Soma of the
Killed and Wounded particulars
Meager an Kuraora Rife.
St. Paul, July IS. A destructive
Itorm, Including A oyoloue) and ending
m a fterce hnrrloane, swept tlw conntrv
just north of hore at 4 o'liock yestenl.f
altcrnouu, carrying death and destrao
tion in ita path. Tha aiSra originated
at a point lour mile north of here and
moved northeasterly toward White
B-ar. covering country aCMseibto only
to tt'uniN and reports oome in slowly.
It is certnin that tera are at leant
eleven persona killed and a largo nam
bt r neriounly Injured,
Ten AiubulMOM Diapatehed. "'"
The torm center waa at Oaleman 's
lnkt) at the Urge stotdt farm of James
Hill, preaidt-t of the Qndt Northern
railroml, und tu these points three am-bulam-es
hare been sent accompanied
by a force of ten surgeons.
Telegraphic ooinmunloatlon with
White Uear is cut off, and aa thou
sands uf excursionist went out during
the day the stations are crowded with
l ive Killed Outright.
Tlie cottaiii of Mermrs. Schuraieir
and Ooixl on Lake Orrvuis were totully
destroyed by the cyclone and five were
killed und tun injured.
Following are killed: Mrs. J. H.
Rchurinier, Charles rVhunnier, of St.
Paul; Rev. Mr. 1'heller, of Brennan,
Tux.i Uoorge Miller, of the First Na
tional bank of this city. Schuriueir s
other nuuie unknown.
Injured: J. H. Schunneir, sculp
wound; Charles (Jood, serious injury to
scalp; Mrs. l'haller, shoulder broken;
Thouius llaruiird, not seriously; Mrs.
George Miller, slightly injured on head;
Miss Carrie Moss, slight injuries; Clark
llausrn, bruised hip; R. Uond, three
sculp woiimls mid an Injun' to the spine;
Mr. Ucnt and Miss Minnid Moss.
Vague report of loss- of life are coin
in coiitiutuuly. At New Canada it is
reported that twenty lives were lost and
scores of people were injured. The
damage to projierty is also extensive.
White Hear hike was crowded with
excursionists, but it escaped the cyclone,
though there was a general scare, a
hard blow raid a severe hailstorm.
AT LAKE CITY.
Thrilling Story of the Storm Told
tiv an Kye Witness.
Lake City, Minn., July 15. What
will probably bo the most disastrous
cyclone that has ever struck this com
munity iikssed over this city at 9 o'vlock
lust evening, indicting the loss of lives
of IDO or 2u0 people, dauiaging property
to an extent that at this writing cannot
Your corresiKindent was visiting
friends in Luke City and was sitting in
the yard when what appeared to lie an
ordinary electric ntuiiu was noticed
coming up from the west. In half an
hour tlie heavens was converted into a
complete cuuopy of lightning, which
was u!wrved with interest by the brave
citizens of the village uud with fear by
the tiund wuuieu and cliildreii.
Coinlnjr of tho Vyclont.
A little before dark a territiu wind
struck the community and vour re
porter sought the rhelter of tlie Iiouhu
just in time to iseape being caught
umler a huge tree that cuuiu cralung
down ugamt the house. Windows
were cIomiI Ini-runrly, and none too
Soon, for the cyclone was upon us and
trees and hoiiwu wire fast lieing dc
molifhed in it path, while iny wile In
fear and trembling sought the'seclusion
and protection of the ctdlar in company
with the li'ilire of the house.
As soon us the trees had been cleared
away from the front of the bouse your
correspondent xtarteil out, and soon
learned that a horrible calamity had be
fallen the place that had not been
equalled since the bt. Cloud cyclone
several years ago. People began to
gather In tint streets, and in a few mo
ment the news was scattered abroad
that au excursion boat with over 2iK)
people on it was
Canslxed In the Lake.
The boat waa the steutner Seawlng,
which came down the hike from Dia
mond 111111?. a sraull place about seven
teen uiilfD north uf here on an excursion
to the encampment of the First regi
ment. The steuiuer started buck on the
homeward trip about 8 olclock, and al
though there were signs of an approach
ing storm it was not considered in any
way serious uud no danger was antici
pated. The boat was crowded to its fullest
capacity, about si men, women and
children from Red Wing and Diuinnnd
Willi being on board, and about fltty
people o a barge which was attached
to toe steamer.
When about opposite Lake City the
boat began to feel the effects of tlie
storm, but the officers kept on their
way, whiU'.ie storm increased us the
boat continued up the lake, and in fif
teen minutes waa at its height. Hearing
the central point about two miles above
At the Merry of the Waves.
The steumrr waa at the mercy of the
waves, which were now washing over
the boat, and all was confusion. The
boat mmiieiiUirily ran on to a bar, and
the barge was cut loose and the steamer
again set adrift. A numb of tlibse
on the barge jumped and swam
A huge wave struck ths,crsft on the
sldt and carried her over, all of the
isjopla on board, 150 or more, being
thrown into the water, some being
caught underneath an J others thrown
into tho wavi-a.
Ill) ten by a Coyote.
Nr.w York, July IS. The latest
patient to arrive at Dr. Uibiur's Pasteur
institute, is an Arizona cowboy, who
was bitten by a coyote or skunk while
sleeping on tlie ground. His three com
panions, who were also bitten, have
since died. Dr. Uibinr inoculated the
cowboy, though somewhat doubtful
whether his ouse cornea properly under
TILLMAN WILL HOLD TH FORT.
Pollllrlans Trying to EfTM a CempromlM
to Have the SUM.
Colcmiiia, S. C, July IS. It has been
suggested by an evening papor that a
conciliatory coiiT.mtlon be oalled, to
meet here before the regular nominating
convention, for the purpose of trying to
effort compromise by which Tillman,
on the one tide, and Earls and Urntton
on the other, will withdraw from the
gubernatorial contest, and unite on some
conservative man who will retinwnt
both wings of the party. This is thought
to be the course the leat 1 ig Democrats
fn Washington ailvocaU. It la admitted
that (I is the only one that will save the
party from a split. But it is conceded
that It la improbable that a compromise
can be had now the fueling Is too nuiw
and Tillman, behoving his chances very
good, would not consent, There will bo
still more troublesome times,
A Prominent Republican says tlie South
wants no ltayonets to Control It.
MoNTUOMKUtr. Ala.. Julv 1.1. An of
flee holder uud a prominent Republican,
sdciiIoj of the force bill in this way :
"I will, if the force bill utsses, no
longer consent to act us nil inspector ut
elections. I have beuu iiisoctor for a
good many years In my lieut, and have
always secured a fnir vote and an honest
count, and never had any trouble ; but
the force bill will arouse such feelings of
indignation among my UemixTiit ic neigh
bors and friends indignation which I
lielieve is righteous, as tho south wants
no federal bayonet to control it and co
erce it into a submission to negro domi
nation as to make a very serious matter
for nny southern Rupublioan to act as an
Inspector, ltesides, when the linos are
drawn latwuen tho negro and tin) i au
cassian, 1 tun going to let politics severely
A MOUTH FULL.
One fellow lilies UN' the Other Kvllon 's
Komi A fSlHiolllif Heraus.
Athens, Uh July IS. Jackson cnunK
had u little blood on the moon in ClurRV
Iwro district. A church meeting hud
broken up and some of the men who
were there got to quarreling, and finally
Kd Archer titul Jack Mitchell engaged in
u light. W hen the row enileil .Mitchell
was minus a nosi Archer had bit it oil'.
This diil not end it. Watt Crane and
Krowu Whitehead, two other whito men,
got into a light, which proved serious.
Whitehead threw his urms round Crane,
and was trying to Uat him, when Crime
drew his pistol and', placing it against
Whitehead's Unly, tired twice. White
head turned him loose uud run, but he
had not gone fur when he lull. It is be
lieved that lie cannot live.
A GAMBLING DEN.
Leiitl ('timing, I'lHtnl hliuls, hlt.ftl.lnp; uf
Kitlve uiul KiiiaHhhix Furniture.
Athkxk, tin., July 1.1, The classic city
was thrown into u'lm.r. of excitement,
caused bv it row in u gambling ilcn here.
From what can be learned, the fuss
started over a game of cards, ami several
took a hand i i it. The room was locked,
and the view from the exterior, through
the windows, was horrible. Men were
slashing with knives, flourishing pistols,
and crashing furniture, iuteriiiingleil
with loud cursing, tlllicers soon arrived
and broke open the door. After a haul
struggle, and calling the aid of cilixeus,
they arrested four. All were drinking
heavilv. A melon exchange man named
(Irisi fuel his arm lirokeii in four iilaces.
llose Matthews wa cut painfully and
liadly bruised on the head and ImhIv, and
the others were tiuue or kss bruised.
PERHAPS IT IS A DIAMOND.
ItelleetH tlie f ulors nf tile Itilllilioiv, uu,l I
t'oiill,.rf,l Unite Vslmlble.
Kiniisti'N. tia., July II. A womlerlHl
stone has Ik'cM t.nilnl in ar here by John
MoCraiioy. He was plowing on a Kidbar
near the Ktouuli river, and saw some
thing shining n ull the must brilliant of
liirhts, close to the plow. He stoiiiii il
and picked it up. It was u clear liitc
stone. aiMtut the sie of an egg. icllcct
iug. in one way, all thu colors of the
rainbow. Then turning it over, thee I
ors took on the character of u spirit level,
following each oilier up through the
editor of the I'ih'U till all K-'lhercil :ll
jue einl. Mr. Met 'ranev iuu, been uffir-
ed .Nl.o.lO for it. b it refused to t. ike it.
It emits a iK itn tlv white light in tlie
tUir.t. It is thought to Ik a iliatnoinl ol
nisiderabl,. iilue, und it will Is- tested.
The Hurk l a tin liHller.
HlltMtM.ilAM. Ala.. July I V A swind
ler Miccccdcd in plying his nefarious
game liere, ami got several huiulriil il.il
l.irs. lie succi e led in getting a iiiiiuIht
of bogus checks cashed, purchased a gold
watch, a diamond pin mid other articles,
and t'ii ol tor all of them with worthless
chil li". When the character of these
checks was discolored there was a ill
gustud set of men. The fellow uus
known here as Kdivin M. Allen, and had
lii'ii selling iiiediciiio alsiut the city for
h short liiiK'. No one knows anything
ttUml him. He made gissl his OM'aK'.
rieillllunt ( ImtMllqua,
ATI. ANT I. (III., JhI.V 1.1. To-I Tow
will Is- the oH'iiing day of the Pieiliuout
ChiitaiHiia. at l.illiiu Springs, iu. It
is expictiil iJuit n large delegation w ill
go from ibis city, us well as from other
cities in I ieoigiu. The programme will
Is-an interesting one, and the features
will lie so urraiigiil, from day to day,
as to draw visitors from everv sts'tioii,
nnd I .i I h in Springs will sparkle with bt
eratioe of the highest order. It is pre
dicted that Chataiiipui, this season, will
1st a grand suceess in every way,
Allaulu Is Kail of UiMlnrs.
Atlanta, (In., July IS. The twenty
sivond annual convention of the Sout It
er n lieiital assiN'iation is now in session
in this city. I Megan- are here from
everywhere north, west, east, south
ami l'resid, ni Storey culled the conven
tion to order ut W o'clisjk. The session
was iiK'inil with pruyer, after which an
nddri-ss nf welcome was delivered by
Mayor John T. (ilenn.
filis will Iw Rent la the Asylum.
Aliianv, (iu,, July 15. Miss Minnie
Towns, a young lady victim of the mor
phine habit, lias been tried upon a writ
A lunacy, ami will be sent to the asyhmi
The little ll-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Calkin, who fell from a aecoiid
lory w indow of the Kimball house, in
Atlanta, lived only a short time. The
father will arrive from Madison. Wis,,
when the remains of his heart's idol will
be laid to rest.
Mrura by Lightning.
Bailors are proverbial for their big
yarns, but they can't get much uhcad of
river men. Tim other day Cnpt. J, D.
Parker got hold of Cnpt. Uibson, and he
"Dave, you recollect when I was muto
on the Yuzooiitid that streak of lightning
struck mo as I stood uear tisj Jack staff,
In that terrible storm, and you ulllhought
I was dead for surer'
"Oh, yea, very well; but whero did the
lightning go to, anyhow"
"Why, it weut right down Into my
"And yon novur wero hurt?"
"No, sir, not a bit. I Just took my
boot off and poxtred tho llglitnlug out on
And the two worthies wont to look at
the weather map. Cincinnati Enijulrur.
A Hpotleit Tribe.
There Is a whole, trllx of spotted men
and women and children, too, to be met
with In a district on tlfu bunks of the
Rlvor Punts, in Hoiitu America. They
live only on tlie river banks, or in flout
ing settlements in the lagoons. Almost
their wliiila life is spent iu their canoes,
and they aro conspicuous by their pecu
liar skin, which is covered with black
and white spot, and causes many in
dividuals to look just as if they had
been dappled, so tliat tlia spotted man
need not always be thing of point and
catch. Now York Telegram,
Arranging a Programme for the
THE FEBERAL ELECTION BILL
The Democrats Will Exhaust Par.
llanirntiiry Tactics to Prevent lisil
Consideration The Original Puck
age and Bankruptcy Bills to Bo
Passed by tha Hon,
Washinoton, July 18. There Ib only
one thing certain about the programme
of the senate for this week nVid that is
that tlie sundry civil appropriation bill
will be taken up and, if possible, dis
posed of. Before . adjournment ' Satur
day afternona the tariff bill was mudi
the unfinished business of the senate
which makes it nruttv oertutn that that
measure will beitukeh qp for discussion
wnen me sunury civu servnj uiu m um
of t.hn wiv.
But there Is no certainty that the
Democratic inenibers of the senate will
permit the sundry civil bill to tsj iit
inrongn wiiuin me w. i b'-h
endly re.0gni7.ed as a fact that tin
Democratic pi Hie v in tho senate is to Is
one of delay until it is determined tin
federal election bill is to go over to tlu'
next session or until that measure is
Prospects for the Caucus.
Tlie caucus of Ueimbliuan senators to
lie lii-lil euiky in tlie week will come to a
determination m the subject of u pro
irramme lor senate action, and when
tli.it iiroirraunuii is announced the Deni
octals will know how to govern their
conduct hereafter. I'ntil the Iieptib
licaus come to a decision, howeres, tlis
L'eneral belief is that the Democrats
will keen tne discussion of tho sundry
civil bill going.
What the decision of the Republican
caucus will be is a matter of much
doubt. There is no doubt that a major
ity of the Keimhlican senators who met
in caucus Thursday night favor a
chuugc'iu the rules iu the senate under
which debate can ! limited, and suImv
yuenHy the passage of the federal elec
But the enemies of this proposition on
the Republican side of the cIiuihUt
claim that they can muster enough
"Imlters" to defeat caucus action with
the assistance of the Democrat. Scnatu
caucuses are never considered abso
lutely binding. They are rather advis
ory, 'although it is a bold memlier of
the senate who will repudiate caucus
action. The HepulJicau caucus will
likely be held tu night.
Work fur ttio llnusn.
The house this week will probably
follow the programme determined 011
by the committee ou rules for the week
lietore tuMlissition of the original
package and bankruptcy bills. Mr.l'ay
sou's luild graut forfeiture hill is well
ou its wav to lin.d ili.-iKisition. und he
will hardly obi.-ct to the eousideratlon
of the other lulls as ho did last week.
While no delliiitu programme has ls-en
diteriiiined on. it is s ite to say that the
liaiikruptcv and original package meas
ures wi.l have the right of way, with
the contested eVctiou cases of Langstoii
vs. Veiiable, from t.hu fourth Virginia
listrict. an 1 of Miller against Llhott
from the .seventh district of South Ciuii
lin.i, its isis-ibihties.
Denoiiiireil Their I'erllilloiis Mayor.
Khhv Woktil Tex., July 11. over
mis) cltietn, leading bankers, iner
chatits. lawyers and business men gen
erally assembled at the conn house and
for three hour prominent speakers de
nounced .Mayor 1'einlleton in uti
measured t -nns for his iiertidy to his
wile ami clulilren anil this community.
A telegram lro.11 Mrs. i,i.zie 11. IViiille-
ton untiounceil tli.it slu- kn.-w notlnug
of the l.'hicago forged divorce and would
leave for Kurt Worm at once. It was de
cided to raiv a fun 1 to prosii-uto l'en-
lletoii 111 Illinois nail 1.011IMUUU. A
Mess ige was sent l'en ileton signed by 11
numis-r J citizens rcuestin huu not
to iciuin to tile city.
I'lineriil ol (ieii, l lsk.
Col.li W.vrrii.Mii h., July 1.1. Then-
tuailiMif (len.Clliitoii,ll. t'lsK reached til's
city Salurdaviiiti-ruisui 011 tlie j o'chs-x
tram unit were met ut itix leiiot uy tue
llrand Army ol the rtepuoiiu, Woman's
t 111 1st iuu lVmi"-l .iU -e union, delegates
Hum tlio I'ronioiiioii ciuu ami a large
concoursj of citizens g.-iicr.iliy. As the
funeral seme -t tret istii lielil in .V
York the ie,ii,iiu.i w -re t ueii ut once
to link (iruve cein tery, win-re the
burial s.-iv ce ws read, a nipiiem siiu
by a choir uud UK vcimiius iaid to rest
bvside those of two children, who die I
many yean ago tu Ht. Louis.
Hlaln by tlie llatllelils.
CllAltl.Ks.TliM, W. V11., July 1.1, It i
repnrteil here that the body of J. W.
Napier, who had aite.npled to serve
warrants ou ine.ulsv ot tliu liuttield
gang of outluws. h is iss-n found uear
tun home of tlie IMtiicMs witn a bullet
in his heart, Napier started nut a few
weeks ago to arrest the suiiisise l mur
derer of Dave Strattou. on of the Mc
Coy gang, whom- luiuuled issly was
louuil ou tue ratiroa.i tr.ic at urowmt
town. Since then tm word has come
from Napier, and his iriotuU bidievs
tliut the report of ins deatn is true.
Tho Tolcilo Hlrlke.
Toikimi, U.. July II. The freight
handlers strike bus takeu on a new
phase. The m.-ii 01 tlie L,,ih Mmre and
Wabash roads, tlie only ones vet out.
joined tun r deration of La I Kir. This is
ueiieveu win ieai 10 a striae or me
brakuuu-u uud svilcniuuu of the two
roads, who Is-loug t the Keileration.
The roads have secured ulwut ninety
men to hue the piacos of tlis 4UU
Tbe Ulg Kour Utves In.
Iniiia.saI'ui.is, July 1.1. Tlis differ
ence latweeu the liig Four company
aud it yard employes here have bevu
settled ny the company meeting the de
mand of Its employes. I'nder the new
scale the Inieiiica receive li cents more
a day and i! cents more for night work.
The switchinen receive the same raise on
their old wage.
liigrallMiile Drove II 1 111 to Suicide.
MiNMAPoLia, July IS. John li.
Mueller, secretary of the Oermnnin
Brewing company, committed suicide
yesterday, lie loaued H. O Koi-ssel
lilu.OOO ami Kissssel rail away last week,
This Is supposed to ls the cause, as be
has grieved over the ingratitude of the
act. Mueller waa worlli "3,uu0, ami
leaves a taiuily.
The) nnlly C'ltlacn,
Is always alive to the Interests ol
Ashcvillc mill its s-oiilc,
Is the most iHipular ndvcrlising mr-
.I1..M. 1.. U....I. f..-..ll....
11,11,11 in ninoi wiirotiini.
Is rend by n greater ntiitilicr is' ncotilc
man any oilier secular iiiuwr in
Is nlwnys filled with the choicest rend
ing matter of the dn v.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the CiTiiKN.
News, and nil the news, mnkc the ClT
7KN a gcncrnl fnvorite.
No retail merchant ever tnntlc n grrnt
success without ndvertlsing. Try the
An Bilrcrtlscmcnt In the Citiikn pays
tbe advertiser an hundred-fold.
GEN. FREMONT DEAD.
The Sadden Hulling of a Brilliant
New Yohk, July 18. Gen. John
Charles Fremont died at his residence,
No. 4U West Twenty-fifth street, at 4
o'clock yesterduy afternoon. Ills death
was sudden and unexpected and resulted
from an attack of peritonitis. Dr. Mar
tin irttrnded tho patient but was unable
to ull'ord relief. The general was out
on Friday iu apparently good health,
His sou, who lives ut Sing Sing, wua no
ticed of his lather's ilhu-ss, but was un
ulile to ivuch New York bulore dealli
lien, fr'reniuat was buru Jan. la, 1HIU. ut
Ksvuiinnli, tiu.. Ins fsilur Ut-iiia a Fieauli
hllialgrsiit. Ini mis KiwlunUia at C'lisrluitua
uiillego, tuu . -tit 111 il .1,-iii.itlc, bi'fiiiao su oit
lilileer la 1I1V ui i iiniriil'a Kii,loy In tlie
west, reeelvi'd 11 vuiaiii.ssieu ss lit-uteuunl of
eUKinueis, I'xiilni'o-i 1 lie lloi-ky uiuuaaUa ro
giuu sail g.oneil go-si fame by lits KUi-esHfsl
th-uutriilliiii 111 tu.. Piiellh- rutuM tUl-uugu si
muni liicitHlibh ii.ti il lnp.
lie took u in-inai ii-iu imrt la the oiiaqiiflst
of I'ulirnrtilti, nus r im IlmI as uue uf tlio lint
I'ulteil Mutes suiiatoi-s truia that statu (ISM
til, was tha II cot Ifopuhlirall i-ullillilatu (ur
lirsslil.iui In s.4',,,.i viil in 1 lit- I'tiKin army us
s uisjor sn-.iui'.it (iSJI-ai, nas aunilautwil fur
the pi-esliiuney 11,- Ibo 1 Icvi-laiul uunveatlua
of IsUi, but lu-i-ilin-.l tbo uiiinlusliiiu, sad bim
aut slues taken un ui-ilvs isirt In uulltn s.
tliuutti be was iiiiiiliiteil ituveraur uf Arisuuu
In liCH r)f Isle jeiir in- mis buoa ensusu la
liruiuullns soul .em raili-eaU uulm-prisss.
His Hiiu, tui-ii,i,ri) .luaslti ut-uluu, (l.tiitfliter
f tlie fuinuiiH '1'liiiniu.t l.t-ntom of Mlssoui'i,
lurvivos Una. f
Kilwln l.lppluoott's Death
Mt. I1ui.lv. N. .1., July 15. After nil
Illness uf several months i.ilwiu Lippin
cott, tne husband ot J una Lippiucott,
lied ut his home iu Mulford, heart
broken by tne uiitgrace aud poverty
brought upon uiul by ins wife's forger
ies. Alter her tliglit he made his home
w.th his slstt-r. and spent most uf his
time iu bed mom tiin over bis misfor
tune, lie lii'ipiciitly said that his wile
was rcspoiisllno lor his condition, uud
After hT arrest lie made no eitnrt to Be.
jure ban lor her. nor held any commun
ication witu It. r us l.ii' us is known, li
be has disinherited her his wild suys
the w.ll try to break the will ou tlie
(round of undue iulliieiicu.
Slept t our f out lis.
rmi.Alilil.l iiia. July 15. l'utrick Mec
iun. years old, 1111 ululate ol the in
sine departiiiciit of tlie l'hiladeliihia
hospital, uwiiociicd Saturday from a
lb c pot lour iiioiit lis, recognized thosu
ioout him und asaed for tne attendant
who was itn huu when he sank into
bis similiter, lie cniuc from Ireland a
few years ago. llo uiiiiue mentally
ilwas. d. was sent to the hospital 111
February last, wii seized Willi the
gripp in Marcti, the altcndants found
great thtlicuity 111 kispitig him awake,
slid liuuJiy In 'fell into a deep sleep, from
which he was not .awaiiencd until but
Mt lanton's Census Figure.
St'itANroN, l'a.. July 1.1. The figures
of Sui't visor Adiiey give Scrantou a
Kiiuiution ot M.iiao. au lucreiinu over
IA.S0 of '.'iI.msi: (.arisjmuile city has 10.
70U, ng.iuist ;.IH in l(; Duumoru
boroiun ll.'.'iO, against ,1,111 iu IS30.
The Filth und Sixtu wards of Diiuiuore
how .l.lln. ugaiiist tKi ten years ago,
these Is-mg mostly is-ople tio.11 Si-rau-ton.
The lolal isipulalloii ol tile county
is given us I H.oi, a gain of ii.Mi over
tha ligtircM of en years ago.
An Kliollcr Arresleil In Chiiri-h.
Hi:aiiinii. l'a.. July 1.1. William
Tlionips.111 was tinvMed in churcli,
where hi- is an exliorter, charged witu
inflicting injuries upou Charles Weejey
winch are waciy 10 prove fatal, 'ihe
injuries are said to have is'eti inllicted
while llio.iiiis.'ii was ejecting Wesley
from his house, iuit Tiiouipsoii cluiuis
that tii. y w.uv ni-ived iu au accident.
T turnips, i l all iM'o.iiiuoa coiiiicilmun.
Au Old Man Killed.
KiM-IIKsTKIt. N. Y Julv 11. ,1,-irvi.
Kiuiuall, an lild 11:. 11, i'i.iI so yeius of
age, at Albion, w.i- mih 4 by a wst
IhiiiiiiI IMMUig r Ha,;, i.' s. 01 .Mlll'l'.i,'
Station lust 11 gin. ,i ' was taken on
board the Irani 1111,1 .Led while 011 t..e
way to Aiinoii. Jsicstd was at one
time a man of nn mis and had bougiu
and solo cviisidera.ue re d estate.
Dlselnboivelli'il by lioilu Wnlcr.
AfHTIN. I'm., July 14. l'hillin Bas
sist uud Iiia wiiu an 1 daughter w, re pas-sengei-s
on a Cenlril train. Tlio In 1 so
girl was o'iiing a imue ut stsla water
when it cipiiMiU, p iru.iliy uiHe.iionwri
hug her. 'u arriving at An tin the
sullerer was at otii e put under the caie
of the best siilgiiiiis in ttinu. bliu is
thought to be L.laily injured.
Hilled by a Morse's Kick.
Batt I.K CliKi:K,Mich.,.liily .1.-Vhlle
two young ludica were out driving tueir
horse btv-rtiue fr.giilened and tiuvw
them out, and so seriously kicked ou
of them, Mis Jessie lieacb, a school
teacher, that she will dm.
The Government Kelxe a Drewery.
UiKoN. b. D., Jmy I.1.-C P. Van
Tassel, of thu United Mate internal
roveiiue di'p.ii t:ucui. lno potsessiou of
the Ueuiu orew ry by iliiu:lioa of the
govemment. lolal lou uf tue revenue
laws are alleged.
Discharged V.00 Men.
JuUKT. July 1.1. Sunuriuteiident
Clinton, of the Elgin, Juliet and tu stern
llelt hue, uim Imr&eil m men ou ac
count ol the striae 111 the quarries. All
tbe other rout, laul od' Iroiu two to
Tho Norili Airamlu Miinilron.
Bath, Me., July 13. The Keuraaze
has 111 nve.l. coniiiictina the detachuieut
ol tbe Nortli Atlantic sipiwrrou to visit
ttutu. 1 be iini'isir is Tin 01 ail sinus or
crult and urest.iiu a very lively ap
Hlgueil III Mother's Name.
BosTt.N.Julv IS. William Vlnal Burt.
sou ol the late l'oslunoiler William L.
Uurt, of Boston, was indicted for for
gery, lie has benu negotiating notes
bearing his mother's signature,
Death ol' MaJ. Itnys.
H.s iii'.BTKH, N. Y.. July IS. MaJ.
diaries 11. Hoys, a lifelong resident uf
Lyons, died at his borne In that village
yesterday, aged 3s years. He leaves a
widow aud four children.
Itolllna; Mills Hesame.
Cmivclani. July IS. Tbe proprietors
of the rolling nillls iu the Mahoning
valley, two at Youngstown and oue at
Miles, huve'slgiied tu scale aud will re
sume operation today.
The) AnlisjvlU) ClllaM Ulvca
The latest locnl news.
Tlw frrslh?st Stntc news.
The last general news.
(enrrnl mill ssx-inl cotnnicnts.
The In rues t subscription list of tiny
secular piiarr In the State.
1 lie la-st ndvertisiiig medium in tin
A full stuff of libtc editors und corres
I lie ncntrst. ncwsksi ami most eniiT-
prising pns.r In Nortli Cnndiiin.
Its etlorts arc always nevoten to the
upbuilding and development nf the re
sources of the State, particularly the
BulsMTiiitlon, 10 tr annum: 13 sn
months ; CO cents per month.
LiidieH Fino Kid (! loves.
Wo aro solo iigents for the
celebrated Mather (Jloves
No hooks, no buttons, no
strings to tic, showing; in one
touch three inoveiiients in
one. The most simple las-
l(ner known, yet the most
We replace gloves that
break or tear (lie first time
tried on. Can fit your hand
with gloves at the counter.
All sizes and colors in stock.
l.OSTKJ JtKOiS. av. WItHillT,
No. 11 N. Court Square.
W.A.ltl.AIII. .1. V. Uuown
No. 3a Patlou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends aud the pub
lie generally to call and ex
amine our well selected slock
Which we are oflVi ingat rock
bottom prices. I'lidcrtaking
a sHcial feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7-, night (55
15LAIK & BROWN.
Tilt- silt ur l'k ul
l'laled Jcwcli ,
iiiiliKhiiK iinv llrHH-liti. Ittittttiitt uiul iUuvt
1-eJ-O HE-THIRD 0FF!-l-y
Kegunllrss of eisit. as wr Intrnil III the Intur,
to krrp nothing hut Ootid (lolil an-l
Htcrling Hllrrr Jrwrlry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I PAfllllR IFWFI FR
Houth Main 81. Anucvlllc.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wcatcra North Carolina lavlslon.
I'AMHKNOHK TRAIN HCHKIUII.U
la Hrrsi'T Mnrvh a:i
TOth Mrrlillaa tlmr iiNril when nut uthrrwlM
(in n h m.-r.)
" lUllloio ,
" New Vork,
No. AO '
-r t j i
n i, ii nn'.ni , i
No. AA I A. a; A. R. It.
H 4o p m
Too i in
ao? p m
40 p m
aiMiamtl.v. Hot Miirinas, Air
VIAamfArr Aahtvlllt, Arr
loon am Ar, llmilr onvllW, "
ta4'iim" Mrtanliurst, l.v
"(Itslly etcrnt Hunday.)
II to am
0 4ft i m
l.v. Anhxlll, Ar.
As. Wyaslll, "
tini p ni
i nn p m
B4A a m
N.M. AO anA At. I'nllman Hlcctsrfa uctweca
OrrrnstH.ro asA Mi.rrlRtosrn.
Nisi. AU anil AS rultmsjl PMffM airririna
Cars Ispiwrra Hot Aprlnas and Wsshioalon.
asnrri.M w nrr rriui biiiiiou nir no. no,
Iltrkoryla mm., Mi
W. A. WINrttmn, Tl. r A.,
Aaiwrllls. N. C.
JAA. L. TAVt.oa.O. P, A.,
t aBBinaiuB, u, v.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In ioo Feet of Central PussenjjcivDepot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A moilrrn flmt clnrnt hutvl. Hot nnrl colrl wntir nnd Imthn and tollctH uti' every lluur.
i;i..irii iifiu in vt-rv nttiiii. (Jntii trv iiiullia; und iimUn in lied ruuma. (Klkv. iliiiini;
riiom, luiiih cotiiiLcr, ctr uni! tu'wn Hlnml
trtc hi reel ciith piiHH uuur every -u niiimivv. nn-iiiuuiiii uhu t'liuviiti.- rtiiiiutui cutiiiK nm-v.
'! itiiuuU'H fur iiiculB.
RATES, l.oo PER DAY.
A. G. HALLIBURTON, Prop.
J. M. IIRVAN lltld WAI.TKH liHI'KK, ClerUM.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
We deliver to all pttrtu of the city our own Hottllng Bxport Xieer at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
( nir Ikit In It i-nt at n teitiiMTatiirv nf 4o deicreeH and wc una ran tee vuu u fretdi riiett' at
all tinifH. Tllli TKADI1 Sl I'l'MliK 1-KM
. WINE AND ..
IN THK STATE.
FINIS SAMPLE AND IIII.I,IAKD ROOM.
J. A. HAHUl'AHIIT, M'lC'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C -
FOR SAI.1J BY-
AtriicYille, N. C.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 und Jan. z.
Fifteen fiiiiinirrriid eon rue ulU-red dtiritiu the ear. (Sev eutnloeue iiauvt -t-'J-i',. imt-
vtAhnv in North Cnrulina with r'Kiiltirl,v nraiMiiit tieliuul uf 1'uliiieal and Suiil ,hUihv.
exIenditiK thronKli two ytiim. lCattii)jiie pauen 54 -it 4. IJxeilunl School uf Civil litiKia
eerinic. i'nlalKiH' miki- 7h-K1.i KiiHrior Stimuli ul l.niiKnaum, I'hlhtxupliy, TIk-uIukv
and Natural Seit-neeM. Aitlieantn adniiltedtu ntiveuii HcH whi h they tun inirmie with
advuntaKe. Over ion eon rue ihi year leailm to ifeijreeN but ojau to all. Addreiw
JOHN l tttOWIXt, PrcHldeiit.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH
Fin lulu d lliniiiifhuiit In Antluue Oak. I'urlur and Keeentioii Hall fiiiifhtd in Utiurler-
Hawed link Willn ilrinnl witfi l.inerunta -
l-ur lurther tniurmatiuii van on
G. II. WALKER, No. 5, Jeilcrfeoii Drive.
July I Ilil 1 111
I KNOW That imy man may write for calaloj-ucH, prin-H
and (ciiiim to thu iiiamifucltutTs und iiiuhh'
Ikiuwh uf the coiiiitry ;
I KNOW TliattlK.' STKIN
rtlp-d Standard of
the a'iK'y for it.
I KNOW That I iiave Oi-pniH und PianoH contiiiuully in
stock to I'li'aw' ul)
I KNOW That I am unxioiiH
my prices and all
I ASK In that you nivo 1110
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aarnt fur Hccms Cm k Ww.ltn Mill.
North Mais A.hrrlllc, N.C.
New hiniw, nvwly furnlnlivil, all inn km
lntiriivcnint, lurr niiiitin, uooil lulilc,
MRH. M.C. VOODK,
S3 College Ht.
35 AH1IVVILLK 33
Money advam d on Wutrli. Ulamunila
and variuut other arttclcs
3$ North Main fttrcct. 33
unil Imr uiul billiard rnotn un firnt flour, liltc-
Over for its Purity.
LIQUOR .'. STORE V
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
Trlutty College, IV C
ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
WAV PIANO in tin; tieknowl-
tho world, and tliyt J huvo
bona lido piH'chawi-n.
to plcnuc ovorybody with
a t rial.
FALK, SSNorlli MnliiHt.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
THE FALL TERM OPENS 8EPT. 4.
I'uur rrtfulnr coi.ri'H of .Itiily, Clnftnltal,
I'lilliiaiiiiliUiil, I.IUrnry, Ht'linllili',
H1H-1-I11I ruurm'S In C'h.'.nlMtry, Civil nti.t
Kk-i'trlc Unalnitrlna, rimrinacy, anil utln-r
ai,.rnlr arhnnl of Law ami Mcllrlnr,
wlinw iuiIiiiIk may atuml the llnlvmlty
HON. KUMH I'. IIATTI.H, I.L.D.,
I'n.lilinl, ChaiKl UIU, N. C.
Street Car Schedule.
IkaHiinlna- at Ta. m. llmllna: in.iHl p.m.
Car Icavrs Hiiuara for all iulnu un tlie
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
after. Mrhedulr cars connect at ttua .
Train ear and lmiKKC ear meet ever
train, on. valine allowed each pniucne-r.
nnagaat traniferred from all points In tlis
city for 9S cents,
THB ABHUVII.LU TMKUT RV. CO.