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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 211 18!.
Making Thins QuHe Lively hi
Seven Democratic Congress
men for Re-Election.
Clark I.tnvln llenles th. Reported Int.r
vlw In Iteference. In Mississippi Alll
anren.en lentil..- Tuward Ilie llcpul.llean
I'urty SlHtlers Asaiinilng Doubtful
txliitpi', uiul tit Knd Is uot 1'vfe.
Jackson, MIm., July 91. Thin state la
ul fever liwit, politically. Hrr seven
lleiiiiH ralii' eouuiuKHiiion are nil iu tho
Held fur reeleiiioii. A Hon hits Iteon num
(naled lv ui'i'liiin.illtiti, and Lewis and
Stocloliilii will lie reuuiiiimitad without
iiHit iuii. Moruu in limii prusod
liavine, fmir i'p"iii'Hl. with the vote so
divided ax In make ilia rusult uvon mure
iloiililiuj, and ilie. ilinneos ure against hia
return, Anderson hit tliixu opponents,
tW O til' In illl go illlO til) COIlVCIIlioU
with mure vol. n llmu ht has, hut ll in
tlmiiKlil liii rlianoes ai t) liest. Cntiliing
lui an a it" ii'niiiiiiit, hut Lis nomina
tion is rtwir li-tl a- eel lain.
In tl.siker's ih.-irift. of the thirty-two
Toll'-, in llii' c. hi v. mion, I la r km lii Iti hart
nine, IiodtU livi.. C'anoitlr thro and
Hooker two, li avin lliiiiis with eilit
vnii's ami Madison wi'h tour to lie oast.
IV.u ksdale k sine nf Madison, ami ha mi l
Hooker art' iiiiiiitiiiK' lur Hinds. If
Itarksdalo -'its it lit' is iiiiiiiinalfil. while
Hooker H :li U' seven Voles short anil a
(It'ii'll'ii k would In tin.
t'laik l.t i- denies the reporti'd inter
view Mil ll llilll pIlMirlll'il in the l letp-
lainl .:' I. t. in liirli lie is made to
plana ilie Mississippi Alliniire as (rutling
toward tin' I.'. I'lil'lit an I'lirty,
THOU jH T TO BE AN OUTLAW
A Terror t.i I'minera, s.l lit.,. or Poult.
Ullll .Mtllf. lu lite lli.oils.
CiHKi.i'l ir. N. (.".. .Iiil '.'1. A itnins.-f
lieiiiij nuki-s tin. wmsls his init' ami
liiin; plan in I'niuti founty. Ihis slate.
Itv at-t'iili hi, lie wus di-eovert'd n lew
tifchts nuo hy stiine tieui'iies, tvhu were
liunlliii:, ninl In line llit'V liitil tune lo
converse with him. he hail tinlt it.il tin in
to depart, lie liel'l a pistol in ieh hand,
ailtl the lleli'i's itriv litit alow ill gelling
way from him. lie is a terror t. I lu
fanners ill rtie ntiitlilsirlnsid. At the
dead hiuirs ut nlnlit lie will ri. me l. ilieir
hiuiies aii'l I'lin ynil any k hid of fowl,
aiiii siiinei inn's will .laughter a hLr and
drug ll hm lulu mi l llieu cany II on Ins
shoulder, sti ii- lo keep hi phi f al'i'ile
tollllll-.lt. He lias I ' nil shot at t o or
three tunes in Ills ram: l.-s at uulit, Lut
lias eaeh lime e.. aped in pn y.
ll l tlnumlit hy -nine that he i an es
caped outlaw, ami has I'li.-eii I'liinri
County as hi- refuse. All .ilii ni't- t.i
CHUturu li'ni huie unven un-in till.
IIM'l the mi 11, Ufhieli anil i jnlhvii are
at'raiil In out-i'l of tin ir lenne-at
tii'lit t'ur Tear lln v w ,li eun.e in roniai t
with him. The 1'iriiii i - :n. l- -Min up a
banil iif m. ii . s.-'.ur ilie e..ui :r . aiil it
thev litiJ him li. vviii It; t.i.meii ul'
AN OLD RUsTY PibTO'L.
Ai'liltliln1l -li.it lliui-. ir, I'ruilti. Ins n
t iit.il Yt t.llli.l.
rilAITlMinilA. T-!, II. ..July .'1. While
M'ullu. e ti I'tauieli. a i.in er -niiiit'iil in
llihor t'livti -. it n a!a... I.e a' 'l'l''lilall'
(.hut him-elt. inlti'ing a I'.ii.tl oinni.
On fjui.niv hi-wile iin.l I'liihli'ii hi hi
to spfinl liie .lay Willi frietnl-. uii'l all. r
they Illl. I file lie tllutt.'ht lli.it lie Wollhl
clean an nl ru-l i'i-ij wnti h liatl U-eii
lvtn.in lhe nt ir! 1 I'.r 'nite ili.m a year,
ft in a ltres'hl.M..'r. an. I in the ofhiiarv
way he tlli'l In -' palitlv tile ImlTel ll"lll
the hiiiulle, hni in.- rust h.el so lirinly
joliKHl I In-ill t k in. r tliat he h.itl In use
Kreat tni'i'e. 1'i.e 'His the 1 ai n-l against
liirt hh 1. iii H-ii . iiti.i -(iKipii! o ti. lie at-
telllple.1 In pull liielti .i j i tit . Ill SUII16
way hi- soj i e I'ii.ihi th. I n'er of the
pislul, the hium.ter w ;i- r:e-. . ami the
pistol lir.il. lhe itill peaeii.iiiTijt lhe
1'Hn.ii'h .Hal luru Ins hark, ll lit siiul lie
NO B'VCKOUT NOW.
Tlt l.!te I siuni-.i, iimi tin. M'estern ami
Allanllt' Itatlr.iu.l l iirni'tl 0r.
Atlanta, (ia., July il. The least of
the We-tein ii ii .1 A'l.uilic lit 1 1 ri .i. I lu lie)
Nashville, t I. iii.iiM.wa ami St. lnna
llaili'mtil t-i'inpany inui U-en t'on-tim-iimteil.
Tlu: n-.is4' mis -imietl in dupli
cate uiul the LT'-:it -e:il of the stale ut
titt Ins I. The s iiiij.ihmi in stun. Isimls was
rlrlivt'it"! In Tiei.siin r llai'leiiiuu ami his
rts'eipt taken therefor. The uoiitraet
wan siiieil hv t m ei ni .r t ioi'iti ut ami hy
Secretary of Male l lul t noK. on hehaff
of the -liile. uiel hv rre-nlent .1. V.
Tlioina uiul ei r.'Uti'y J. II. Anihroseon
Is'half ul Hie .Na-iivillti, ( ll illjiim.nu and
Ilr. II. . H .ir.l llrml.
Dd'Art'li. fin., July '.'I. After an ill
ness at tun i hi 1 1 1-. I r. K .Isn't 'amp
Is ll Wnril Ja il p.'.ii.f lully al Ills liome in
tin p 1 .re, mi Minihiy luiilllllin at alnnit
So'ilisk. Ir. Uni'il' was u S,, uih l ,iio
1 1 ii iu i) hv hiiili. All. rurii.lualiiii;al I lit'
AiiKiisIa in I nilleue. he aiiemletl
the iiieilieal ilepai lineiit of the I'niv er.,it v
of New Yoik. where he prii'luuli il will,
Ji-tiiietiiiii. I'linr to the war he hveil
ill Home. ''ii.. hut alter the war he lo
catttl here, w In re he has since lived. ir.
Wold wa-Im jenia old, anil was well
known us a line phv-irian ami t liiistian
Kenllemaii. A ti'X'tl man is wine.
Ilrnniieil In lite hulllla Itlver.
WaYi'IM-s, fhi., July 21. Simeon
I'l'ieiiiiiii. itifed 11 years, ami onlv son uf
Jillm .VI. T mail, e-liior of the Way
cross Headlight, was drowned iu the
Kalillu river alsiut 11 o'tlisk Siiinlnv.
Hut fnl her u nhsent, and the hoy wim
enlii.i il iiunv liuiii home to o hathiiiK.
Ilia companion were too small I" lender
him any n-si-lnnee. ami he sank in
twelve feet of waier. Ilia hotly wad
found alsiul il ti t ha k.
Joking lie. nil. in ( uiiIiik i riius
fllllT.vvil l.r. S. T Jnlv '.'I. IVter
Howley mid I raiik Irvine wi re with a
party of friends, all inlkini; and jokiiix.
when Irviui'ln ilied Itowley aiiout sumii
thinitwhielioir.'iiileil him. Hnwlevihen
drew his kmfe ami nil him in the fare,
alum iijiil lirenst. Kowlcy is a sou of
Miiyor IfoHley, of this city, and isulsmt
I" vear- of age. t ine is a I mil I M yeum
oh1. He i siilleriiiK coiisitlerahly from
riiere hint not Imeu enoiinh ruin In At
!..'.Ui, tin., in two months, to wet the
i iiiuil two indie deep,
SPIED MIM IN A WINDOW.
A Pluefcy Bentuk.r Wnmaa Overtakea
H.r tlatt llubl.r.
ntMiNiinM, Ala,, July 21. Onohnn
bud, two wive and two pnltceuinn
were the lending aotorn in it aeiisatlon nt
faahlntinlile boarding honse In this
city Friday. A stylishly dressed young
woman was walldnit along Second ave
nue when she auutleuly stopped and
looked intently at a window In the sec
ond atory of n hniMing acrow the street.
Th pnlli't'liien t ame aUing, and call
ing to thein, the said: "See that man
over there? 1 want you to arrest him.
He Is my husband.. Com on," and aha
led the way up s.airs. In the room an
other woiuau wan found, and then there
was scene. The man In the case.
known lure an rranlc tiell, leaped
throuKh a window, reached a stairway,
and wheu he Kuiiied the street started
on a run, with tuo two omcer lu oloaa
He waa overtaken and arrested. Tho
woman who eiuised the arrest said hia
name was Frank Huffman, and that ho
was her husband. She says he deserted
nor at their home in Arlington, B.y.,
three mouths ago, and she ha been
searching for him since. The prisoner
wa locked up on a oharge of adultery.
He has been ueie two montlu. Th wo
man with unu h introduced a his wife.
They had plenty of money and good
manners and found no trouble in secur
ing rooms lu Mrs. Uibb's boarding
bous, where they were found yester
day. The second wife ha also been ar
rested and locked up on a charge of
adulterv. Boll, or Huffman, now say
that he is not married to this woman,
and he hits promised hia wife to return
homo with her it she will withdraw the
diftigoe aaiust him.
Furehns a Trixtt of Lund for a Summer
It. .Mends Nrar AVmhtnnn.
Sitw Yokk. July 81. A Washington
special to The l'res. gives the following
version ut the puii'liuse of land near
Washington by memlier of President
Dr. Joisu W. Scott, father of Mrs.
Harrison, hai purchaaed for hr tract
of livw acres iu Jioutgouiery eounty,
Md near Kockvillu. It i said that
Mrs. Harrison intends to rect a sum
tuer resilience there and pas the hot
umutlu among the hills which surround
The site is the most beautiful one In
th vii ii.iiy ut what are known as Ulen
liho Heights. It is several hundred feet
above the l'otomuc, and from it the
course of that magnificent stream is
sighted f 'l miles.
iMi s. Hin i ll on, it I nnderstood, pre
fers the mountains to the seashore, not
jjily her own account, but because of
her' anxiety for the health of her grand
children. Agiun. her new hmne will be
but neren niiies from the While House,
uud therefore iho president need uut no
separated from his family for more than
a few hours each day.
I'rivate seciulary Halford has also
pun based a lot very near the proposed
llurriseu residence, and it is said he iu
teuds to elect a small cottage there.
NINE MEN TO DIE.
Thst Xuiulier nf Bf urdnrers Sentenced In
tits I'iiIimJ States Court at Paris, Tea.
l'Altia. Tex.. July 21. There were
nine men sentenced to death In ths
Federal court at this place by Judge
Bryant, who has been on the bench
scarcely six weeks, Charles Keed. a ne
gro, was convicted of outraging hi
-lepdiiitiditer, ug"! 1 years, and wa
euleiiced to death. His execution is
fixed for Oct. IU next. The motion for
a new triul and an arrest of judgement
in the Cross murder cuses were all over
ruled and semeuce of death passed on
each ot the defendant.
K.ich deeluied hia innocence F. J.
Lawrence. J. U. Chainberlin, O. J. Cts.k
and Cvru Frease by a simple "uot
guilty. John Jacksou spoke loncer, re
lei ring to Lis oil n past life and his wife
mid children. C. K. t ook, who is
strikingly liitn l.i iut) man, and would be
a leader in anv community, spoke for
liuuself feel'.n'lv and ably for tome teu
minutes. The little of I heir execu.ion Is
ut for Dec. it). i-JO. J. C. ball and P.
E. Jioi.t wl'l cniuplete the list, and the
tiate for their e.vTiiti u is set for Dec
lit also. I hey are under conviction for
lhe murder ot ,1. 1. Cox. The last
uaim a eijiht will Apply to the supreme
.'inn for a wnt of error to reverse the
Anotttsr O imily Lotilllet lletwesa th
Lot'Usvii.i.L. July 81. Another out
break i f lhe Siuith-Alwtser feud is re
ported fr "in Knox county.
Thelia.ile occurrud Thursday even
ing at lt ihbarii's mill, mi Stinking
creek, one ot the most lawless (ectiuli
in the stale.
Tuere v us a political gathering there,
the can U'littus for the various county
oflires i.f.liL' advertised as simakera.
Both the Sinilh and Messer taction
were ou hand, wearing their W inches
ters and "forty fours."
It is no! ku.'wn just how the trouble
begau, but al.oi'.; ;l o'clock the shooting
lagati, and when the smoke had cleared
uway foui uieii were lotiml to have bit
ten I lie ill. t, wlule th le.t had scatter
ed and disappeared, l.ighteeti men wero
arrayed ou the one side and about tweu-ty-tive
ou the olher.
Those killed were two of the Mill
boys, i elongiiig to the Messer faction,
auil llob Dun hett and John Howard,
beloiih'ing to the Smith crowd. More
trouble is expected.
A CASE OF ASIATIC CHOLERA
Kturli-d From Atrltlson, Kan. Died
Wltliln Twenty-Four Honrs.
ATctilsnN. Kan., July 21. Ther waa
a genuine case of Asiatic cholera in this
city Thurrduy. Every symptom wa
developed except that It waa sporadic.
The vict, in was Mia. W. K. bishop, th
wit o! a well known cttiMii, and she
died within twenty-'uir hours. Two
niiiiiiiiieut physicians prouounc tiio
case tinUi iilm tiXV Asiatic cholera.
M.iriliMlitiisrs I'ltsil mill shlneit Out.
HiliMiMill km. Ala., July 21. Deputy
United Stales Marshal W. P, Charleston
ivert nilo llihh eounty with warrants for
moonshiners' Fie -aw two men in the
wood-, ami thev looked so much like
those he wanted that he ordered Ihein to
hall. In-lead nf halting they opened
tire ami wounded him in the arm.
Colli-rll, nf Cedar Keys Fame, Arrte1.
MtiNToiiMr.HY, Ala.. Jnlv 21. Kx-Muv-
or W. W. I'otirell. of Cedar Kovs, Kla .
was arri'sled in llrtvueevilli', hovntle
entiniy. lieu-He itv, by Uuited State-
Marshal B. W. Walker.
A lilt nf the Middle A(es.
A cu rii ms survival of the Middle Agei
was put into pmclico at Guernsey to
stop tho public auction of household
goods which waa disapproved of by the
eldest sou of thu family. The formula
uttered by tho son ia iia follows: "llaro!
Hiiro! Hani! A l'aido, mon Prince. Un
me fait tort!" The aula ceased instantly,
and the mutter will now come lief ore the
royal court in due course. Notes and
When Merchant Have Money.
Salesman I snpiioao you will ullow
mti to wll Urokc, L'pp & Co.?
Principal I ra soinewluit afraid of
their credit, Mr, Valiase.
Salesman Uut you know tlioy fulled
about a year ago and settled at ten
Principal Is that so? They must have
money. Sell them all you can. Jewel
Hunting the Enemy.
"A friend of mine a consumptive
was set iitHiu by ten cowboys out in
Arizona one day. Ho fought like a
tiger for ten ininnNis and then his as
sailants took to flight."
"What did your friend dor
"Stayed whore he was he had to.
They'd killed him." Chatter.
ON THE INCREASE
Tbe Fowcr of the Farmers'
Alliance in the South.
Tennessc j's Farmer Candidate
Great Divsal lafitctlun Anion; th Temo
rats at tlto New Parly's Clronili The
Alllttnee I'cople In Fntitli I'urttllns Kb
Jolclug Ttliuian Mnk it( a Hard Hghl
la Ul r.tliuello ktatv.
Nasiivili.f, July ?!. At B p. m. Fri
day Baxter withdrew 't in the gulvr
natorlal race in the Democratic conven
tion, aud John P. But' uanan, a farmer,
who is president of i Fanners' i' 1
Laborers' union, wa minuted ou i e
tweuty-aixUi hallut, aim at the end of a
four day J light iu tou it ion.
(r.-at Dlssat-' notion.
There is nrent tlisii 'nction over the
result, as t; e pal ly i nnit-i's feel that
the party i f lhe suite li is been delivered
over to' the alliance. .Juch bitterness
was aroused. Uuii. : lie heated light
made I"" the frien .s f th four candi
date iinch.tnan, Pui'e rson, Baxter aud
Qovenior "Hob" T. ir does not con
ceal bis tli-gust, an", i tf the opinion
that in the " ture TV'iuet Democrat
will have their hands full to heal over
the wi inids uuide iu the Democratic
party by the inroads of the alliance.
Report t'oii'i' lu from all over the state
to the elfet t that great dissatisfaction
exists among Democrats.
Buchanan's biijiport by the farmers
(ave him such a hold upon the nomina
tion that it was impossible to make a
nomination without his Blrein.lb which
be gave out that he woujd hold until
A third of the delegate in the con
tention favo.vd adjournment without a
domination, but the bitterness tietween
Baxter and Patterson caused the
former to withdraw in favor of Buch
anan, Many Democrats openly slated
In the c invention ami in the hotel lob
bies that tiiey would not suppo.t lluch-
John P. Buchanan, the Democratic
nominee fur governor in Tennessee, waa
born in Wii. ins county, Teun., Oct. 4,
1847. lie Joi'.ed the Confederate army
A the age i f lit, fought for two year
and surrendered with the army on May
He i a nbust farmer, aud is noted
for bis energy and activity. He edu
cated himself' by study at home. In isstt
he wa elected to the legislature from
Rutherford county, and liecame the
leader iu that body of the agricultural
and laboring interests. He waa re-elected
to the IsjjHa'ni c.
He is of Scotch-Irish descent, and is a
first ooutiu of President Buchanan, at
the end of whose term of office begau the
civil war. While his family name hiii
been connected with history, it has of
late years been somewhat obscure from
politiue and business.
K. J. I.ee waa nominated for judge of
the supreme court,
Cou mbia. 8. C, July 21. When the
new was received here of the nomina
tion of Buchanan for governor of Teu
neasee the lillninnites at once raised a
yell and are jovful over tho sitcce of
the alliance. This give Tillman new
hope, and he is pushing his tight as the
alliance camlidute for governor of South
Carolina with more vigor,
A VERY FOOLISH GIRL
Suloldsd llMausa a Vurluaa Tollsr Said
SUs Waa O.ilnti to III.
Pittssvhii, July 21. The tragic death
of Jenuis McDonald, at Duiiieane, Pa.,
is a wamh'g to those persons who visit
fortune teller and place any faith in
their pretended revelatiou. Jennie wa
a bright, healthy girl, and engaged to be
married in Atv.iist to her lover, Charles
B'.own. The bridal dress hud been matle
and a bridal trip planned. A few days
ago, in a spirit of fun, accompanied by
a young Itidy friend, Jennie paid a visit
to a Pittr.biir.r fortune teller. That in
dividual prenicteu that before Aug. 8
bar viaitnr would 1 tlead, ami that her
wedding dre-a would be her shroud.
Too prediction, made under pecnllnr
surround u: . impressed lhe light-hearted
maiden, ptid she became low-sprltetl
In a iimme'tf of despondency, after
writing her lover a letter, asking him
never to ninny, he suicided by jump
big into the Monongnhela river.
Belli nsrllghl HnblMTj.
Sahat.sia. N. V., July 21, About
noon Thnrsdny ineak thieves eutereil
the Bliss cotiag on North Broadway
and got away with fclO.uOO worth of
diamond and jewelry. The cottage ia
occupied by Mr. Morton, vice niesident
of tho United Stales, and his law part
ner, Mr. lllits, with their wives. It
is Impossible to ascertain whether
the jewelry was the projierty of Mrs.
Morton or Mrs. rlliss, as the parties
interested decline to make any state
ment. T he police refuse any informa
tion except to admit that the rnhberv
waa committed, and that a reward of
fl.uOO is ottered for th recovery of the
Rorkstaller's Olfl to Mi nuptials.
CllK'Auo. Julv 21. A letter from
John D. Rockefeller, waa read at a
meeting of the Chicago Baptist theolog
ical seminary contributing $0..'inO to
the cunent expense of the institution
and tou.ouu to the endowment fund.
Each ci.ntribution is conditioned iisui
subscriptions of an equal total amount
being inadp by other rsoni before
June I, .Mil and 1V.', respectively.
Hliulatins and Platols.
Tmt'MUU, Ala., July 21. John A.
Steele. Jr., Mayor Tom Steele. John
Goodwin and W. P. Challcn en inured in
a shooting affray Friday, The former
was killed, Jolin uot si win was seriously
l,.l.,..,1 T.n uuu alll,l w,,n,l.uf
and a bvstamler, Tracy Abernathy, hati
bis arm broken by a stray bullet. Shot
guns and pistols were used. There was
much excitement during the day.
Xllreslor General of ths World's rlr.
ClilCAiio. July SI. It seem to be th
Snheral deslie t f the world's fair local
iroctors a well a of the National com
mission that A. T. (ioshoin should be
elected a director general of the
world' fair, and it is Yielieved that his
selection will be officially brought about
within a lew weeks. It is thought the
mayor of ('liii-axo will veto theoneusivo
lake front oidiuauoe of councils.
The Dally Cltlsen.
Is nlwnvs alive to the interests ol
Ashcvillv and its peoiile.
Is the most noiiufnr ndvcrtisiiu me
dium in North Ciirolinn.
Is rend by n crcutcr number nf people
than any other secular pncr in the
Is nlwnvs filled with the choicest mul
ing matter of the (lay.
Iltinrtling houses fill their rooms by nil-
vcrtising in tne litizkn.
News, and nil the news, makes the CiT-
KKK a general favorite.
No retail merchant ever mnde a irrent
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citizkn onvs
the advertiser an hundred-fold,
FRETT1NQ HIMSELF TO DEATH.
Cougallll. of Crontii Kanio, llou't Mtantl
ClilfAno, July 21. Iu an intwview
Deputy W.ndca Mearill, of the peniten
tiary at Joiiet said: "Dan Coughlin is
the only one of ho Ci' nin murdorers
upon wliuui conli'ueineut seems to rest
heavily. He is Iretiing himself to
death. He is but a shadow of Ids
former ii If, uiul if a new trial is not
gr nited him Is'iore long there will be a
fin lend or a big sensation,"
This sta't tiieiit was made to a re
porter for The Tunes, whom the deputy
wnid.'U iviidncied through the prison.
It was occiimi aetl by u.o failure of tho
reporter to I'cok'ii.e l oo.'hlui, wiiU
wutuii h.t was well ut ou i'lted. I ough
lin's appeiiriiiit'e was .'.uiiewliai rlntn:;ed
by his coiivtt cln .eo. Tne main
change, however, W a his face. Ills
lieeks Were pale in: unitell. T he ex
essinii was c I'ewo" . ..iti iiiehiiicholy.
ne would be iiiipti' 1 instantly wiih
e thought tl at ct .eineiil had irac
ail) untie. -mined bentih and left
m a Utile inure th- . physit .il wreck,
e was iudiii-t ion ' liseliii a lai'0
lock uf stoiio In oi . ho woik roo.iis,
nding over i. ilie -.. and refusing to
ok up at tile .ol
"It is all Worry," ' iuued the liepu
V warden, "lie sec . to have so mo
iling on his nun. I intinnully. lie is
.iidustiious niid willii: li, id evidently
iries to be cheerful, b.. he dot uot liear
coutineiiient us urn., o! iho oilier pris
oners do. Ct coiii'ie i ha" more to
worryovcrll.au o'bi.'i'vnn and Hurke.
He has hU w iU and . i diil l, w'.io come
to see hi'U as of ,en as tile rule of the
orison allow, ll may lie mere anxiety
tor their wuifi.i that is bi'cultiiiu: him
down, but I am iidi ied to ip sunn
that. At any rant tliete have Is-eii but
few piist.'ieis here iii whose a"i-aru ice
there has I tun such a chnuge iu so short
"You spnlio of a possible sen -iion."
"Y es. 1 have watt lied Couit Hill pret
ty closely and I have tonne l a dei i.led
opinion. 1 knew tliat he has built ;.e:it
hones on having a new tiialavt thai it
will lie a terrible ldow to him ll he tines
nut get it. 1 Ix lieve he is bmo liug over
lhe f u't that he ami his two companions
are suffering punishment for a crime iu
which they were (ioubiless implicated,
but hi whuh they were, altel 1.11, subor
dinates. The Inroad's made ou his
health I am sntisiied are due wholly to
menial trouble. T hee is no other as
signable cause, ami ? am inclined to
think thai it would uot take a great
deal to itidiioe hiiu to break down uud
tell all he kuiwa ot the luiiruer. lue
decisive inoiueut will be Wlieu it is
known tletinitely whether or nut a new
trial will be gi anted."
ESCAFE A CANADIAN CRUISER,
But Should II.1VO Iters Cailureil If Vl.i
iMtitifi Inlrrnalioiiiil Lit.
8T. J'UIN, N. B., July 21. Two
Gloucester ti-heniien arrived liere :'.-i-iay,
and will Ik sent home by I'nued
stales Consul SaiuuuUou. Th-ir story
ia interesting. They were li-hin;; ou
shares iu lhe t'loiKetaer school cr i-i'.zie
W. Hatilioii, (apt. Lewis, winch laid
been seinini nuicaerei in the vi. unty of
Bay Ihaleur, lut. iix lair luca. (m
Tuesday hut tiiey i ul into Oa.-te, when
the canlaiii sent seines ashore to bo
The Cnnsdim cruiser Staulny ap
peared alsiut i.iidiii jflit, and tne seines
were not l'roun-ht on board till ncri nn.
The Hannon 'a suscted by the Sum
lev, aud was ss.!ien hv tne iitti er
when filtering Bay i.'halc'.ir. The h -ais
uf the Clone vtcr men were then a 1 .ie
distance away. TJienels w ere su .ik by
the tishermou. aud when lue cruiser ap
proached, the uieii weie only rowing
about. The u.t day pieparaliuus wero
made by the fi hui iueii to go on a trip,
and soon the Yankee, b. f re a sinaii
northwest brucie, snowed her heels to
A chuse was matle, but the seiner
soon hud eiM.it Uuics of clear water to
the good, nnd was voing ai rn e hicse
peed. Tim men who nre being sent
home, at the tune Wneu Lie i lin e Is
gnn, wttre tlili 'cv: tg a me sof mackeral
to an old woi aau u a-si. inl loom in
meiuli'g tiie.r in -, ml ih.ign liiey
walled n'veiiil tli.i.- llieir vs.! ml not
appear. They wai..eti to C.n.ip',-lilo'i.
a distance of b" utile', w'i n "e ti.
L'nitud Siaies cou-illar arfein loiwnri.. I
tlil'IU to this ,'.)'. Tie il 'l.e'.l li u
ai out 2'HI b'.riel-of iuacjei.it ou bo.inl
wheu cua. tl.
A Nnraber of Men Itojui'ril In a New Vitrh
Iron f ititmliy.
New York, Jul .. V. -A fii :luf ul ex
plosion took place Saturday al. nnsi'i al
the Iron foundry of i nssid..' jc Adu r.
i;U West Filiy-liiih street. Mmriiy bv
fore 2 o'clock the holier e... oiled, tie
molishing tilings generally and creutiug
The numiier of injured at this writinu
is nut known. Twelve men have ls-t n
taken to Ktsisevelt linip.i J, several to
Liellevue, and It is now in-ileved that sev
eral have been to the New York hospi-
Helpad C'nMureil ,K'flT. Ilnvls.
Lofi a.nsis hit, Intl.. July 21. Thomas
R. Keiiiiaid, a I'livaie sold.er of lhe
First Ohio cavali. v. who wi;s examined
by ths Jieln ioil board of this city a tew
day sko. was niie "I .lie party Hint cap
tured itelTeisoii Davis and ret elved Ins
share of the rewu.d. f'.'7u, which was
offered for lhe capture of Davis. Air.
Kennard received u cun-nol tluoiich the
nuht ami, the hail also entering the
chest, where it si ill remain. He is uow
a resident of Motion, lud.
Nnl.irnl (ins fitr llniruln.
Ottawa, Out,, July 21.-The Stand
ard t il i nun uy bun agreed tu take '.'!,-
Oou.ouo cubu fiti of iiittnrul gas daily
at BillTnlo, In 11 the Provincial .snimal
Uas and Tin.-t eolnpsny, which will lay
pljssj to iliilliilo ir. in lis ten wells III
Welland county. Tiii'Pro(incial com
pany also pro pes to supply St, Cn mu
rine i aud oiluT towns along the S el-
Halifax. N. 8.. Julv ill. The schoon
er Lillian A. Allan, of Portland, dining
the prevalence of fiw ycHieitlivv. siruck
on North Kts'k. oil Cranheny Island.
Tbe vetaul Uiimedliilely sunk, but Hi
crew were rescued by a pas. ina sleam-
Hail Man Killed.
Biunti.ey. Tex.. July 51. James
Price waa Friday shot and killed by
Jnssph Severn at Collins' lumber camp.
Prijewa cumi. lured tti lie a dangerous
ma a. Severn delivered himself up to
Railroad piisseiiuer rates between Kan
s City and I'liicugo ha been nsUired,
The Aalievllle cltlsen Ulvc-n
The latest locnl news.
The freshest Stntc news.
The la'St ginernl news.
Ccnenil mill scciiil conimciils.
The liirirrst subscription list of imv
secular pii?r in the Stntc.
I lie la'st iKlvcrtisinu met nun in the
A full stuff of able editors uiul corres-
I lie neatest, newsiest nnd most enter
prising piiM.T in North Carolina.
its cltorts nrc always devoted to the
tinhuililinir and Hcvclonmrnt nf the re
sources of the State, particularly the
Subscription, $6 per iimiutn: S3 six
months; 50 cents per month.
Liulios Fino Kill (Jlov'8,
Wo nw solo iijuoiiIh for tlu
tvll 'lll'llll'll M.ltlllT (llovi's,
No hooks, no buttons, no
strings to t it", ul lowiiij"- in onr
toiu-h tlii'ti' inovt'iiii'iits in
out'. Tlic most simple f.is-
ti'iiiT known, .yt't tin1 most
W iTpliiri' filovcs 1 li.it
lui'iik or tear (lie first, time
trieilou. Ciin lit .your lmiul
with Iocs at the counter.
All sixes ami colors in stock.
IJOSTIC J'.KOS. & WIUdllT.
No. 1 1 N. Court Siiu.ire.
W. A. I'.i.aiu. .I.V. I.uoux.
'o, 31 I'attun AciitiCt
M AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR SOLO STAND
We nre now re.nl.v, nnd in
vite our friends nnd the puli-
lic p'lienill.v to cull and ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are ol'l'eriiifiat rock
liottom prices. I'mlertakiii
a sjiecial feature. Calls at
tended day or nilit.
Telephone, da.V 7", liiht (".
Tht rni in- nil ck ul
hiilmlinii tine linmvtu , Hutttnii ;! Hi mi
Kt-liiiriMnHi uf itmt, nit wr inttnl in tla- lutim
tu kii-p iKilhlui. Iiui hullil iloU) an.
Hu-rhiitf 811 vrr Ji-wclrv
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
Mouth Main Nt. AmIicvIIIc.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. H. CO.
I ANSHNIl KH laiAHTWKNT,
Wcstira North Curolina itUislnn.
I'AHHltNOHK TRAIN HCIIHIU'l.K
1 In KrsKCT Man-h a:u
7(ltll Merlilntil linn- ttsi-tl u In-n not utllerwlsi
KlsTltiil'Mi. I No. r.l I No. (1:1
Lv. Kuowillt-, I I
nun h nit r. ) I LT'Opinl aoniiin
M AsllI'Villt, j I m "ir.ll III I UOUBI
Ar. rlnllilitiry, nrtriioitf 114'iint
" I'nnvllk', I tilljion 1 toui'i'tii
" HU-htnontl, i iiiiiipin
" V nsltliieltiu
" New Vtirk,
.1 lupin I tlKiO.,n
ll .-Hit 111
1 1 Uoini
I.v. New York, ItUinuiul ;niiin I
" I'liltn., 7otitii .in.iiii
M llalihtittrr, 94fti.ini tl tit iptn
" Wnsliltiul'n 1 1 U4-i.it. I It lit i- in
" Lviit'hliiirii, ftoimii flOiain
KMiiiinnil, J :100pm f uaniiin I
llunvlllf, J "e Wipm f MUAam l'
' K noi villi',
(lliilli an r.l
44lljini I 1 0011111 1
T.'r.tnn 11 i anion 1"
7 a Jam I 4uapin
No. (IS I A. Al H. K. H. I No. 64
Dnllr. I t J Imily
Hoo ntnjl.v. Hot aprlita. Arr. N4o p 111
lllftnnuAiT Ashevhlr. Arr. Tun p 11
loilli atnlAr. Ilt'ntl.'rs.nivilk', " jllli7,int
la4UpntlM Hpnrtnill'iirK, I.v.M40iim
MI'HPIIV IIKANC'H. " "
No. 1 ntinlly estvpt Hun.lay.) TNo" 17
Uto nntli.v. " " Ashevlllf. " Ar.l :i .in pin
1 1 10 sitilAr. Wh viifs vlllc, "I I Art p m
ft4 im " Mryaon CHjr, " ti4ri n in
1140 ) III " Wtstllllll. I.v.l 0 1 it 11 in
Nos. no anil Til, I'tillntnii HIu'ihts tietween
Ons'nshorii mill Nlorrlslt.wn
Nos. A'J anil All I't.lltuitn lluftft Hleeftlittf
Cars Itvtwet-n Mot Hirinas nntl Wnsttinaton.
Asllt vlllf Is llrenklast Hlitlli.il fur No. nil
" lllnner " " " n:i,
lllekorjls " Oil,
W. A. WINIIt'NM. I). PA ,
AMiti'vllls. N. LV
JAB. L. TAYI.ON.O, P. A.,
wasniUKluil u -w,
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
Iu 100 Feet of Central PaHsenKcr Depot.
ASIIEVILLE, N. C.
tj- --s-a. ?" p
A innileni lltsl class liuti-l. lint mill fold water iinil'hntli and toilets on every Hmir.
lilt'i-trie liflls in everv riiimi. npiii lire hi olhtv ami urates in hfil rooms. OHit-v, dinitlK
rotna Ittmit ftiiinter. tli;iir aiiii tu-ws sii.inl nntl liar itntl hllllnrtl room on llrst lli.or. Klee
li K sins t car. pass iliinr tvery -'n iiiinults. Kit liniuliil aud liiiuvillc railroad iitlina house,
L'tl iiiitititts lur lat-uls.
RATICN, f.oo PICK MAY.
A. G. IIAIXYBURTON.Prop.
J. . IIMVAN ami Wtl.TliK (iHDI'N, CIvrUH.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the Vorll Over lor its Purity.
We ili livcr In iill perls of lhe city our own Hottlhia IHi.uri liver at
ONE IlOIXAIt Plill DOZEN.
our heir Is kept at 11 lcttiH-ratiiU' of 4u iltKrees nnd we guarantee yuu a fresh urlltlc at
all tiiiits. Till! TKAIiliSI'CI'l.llili i'Kil.M
WINK . AND . LIQUOR STORE
IN Till-: STATU.
FINIS SAMPLi: AM) 1IILMARD ROOM.
J. 4. NAKQIIAHIIT, M'lt'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
Asheville, N. C.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
rilttt ii 4'tMiiiiM'lvial efinr.' ttlli nd ihirinu lliv yi ur. 1 Set- entiiloKiir fmurH -l-lf-.l. k Oitfv
(Ihki 111 Norili i ;irthiin with uvular y nrfjinrztd S ttnul of' ilittiu! mid SiK-inl S.'jeiitv,
rxuinliti).' llm.tiyh twu vc;ir. iCiil.-il' K'i :i:t- .14. -HI l-:xtvlUni SfliiMil of Civil liiiKiir
i-tTii.v: it'iit.iti:iie p-'iut T-h 1 SiiiKroir ShMiH til 1.11111:11:11:1 w. I'liilooniiliv. Thi-uluuv
ai'il Nuliiral St-HiK-t . Api-luant- ml nuntl tt
in I an ta ne. t)ir ion i.iirM. ihi-4 ytai Ii-juIiii:
JOHN V. IHOW1XL, rrclilcilt.
Kaiulolpli County. Trinity College N. C.
cdNTAir;: NINE rooms, in.iiding bath
l-'hiiMliid ttinniuiHiut In iitiiiiu- Unk I'urlur nntl Keci-ptiuii Hull hulnlK-il in Umirlcr
Sawetl nk WmIIm tlrnpitl with LliuiimUi.W
lur lur l lur inlornutlion tit II mt
G. II. WALKi: U, No. 5, Jellerson Drive.
Inly I. 'ul lin
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell 'ounty, N. C
AN HUUH'S RIDE FROM ASHIViLLE ON
A short illstant-v I'ront Hie I'otit of lite rinnni
hrit-ivs art i-i.iistiintli lilnwItiK. The sivnt-ry
vvau-r pure nntl abundant.
I.ITIII.V WATI'.K A I'hvY HTI:1'S I'Kil.M I KIINT lltlllK.
lil.lX'THIC lllil.1.8 A Nil IIATII KUIIM
MIM:! M ATI'.H tilVI.N TU .''AMI 1.1 KH.
Open" June il. For Tt rniH, iiildrcnH
Uculc-miii Wall I'lipcr, Window bliadcHaiistratcutUaiiitcrt..
I'nlnts, oils anil Vntnlshts, Mnsurv's Mlsetl I'nlnts nntl Colors. Window Olaas. bulk
Wv knit In slot-It HI. I.uulsni.il Keitlut-lty
IV Wl.'UV Ctlt'MTV IM ' .
IN HVI-HY COt'NTY IN
WvHtcril North t'lirolltm
I) Hlll.lt'lT HI'IIHCKII'I'lllNS I'nM TIM'
IIIhtiiI cnmiiilwilun will tic pnlil, nnic
one ownliiu a Hume irclerrvil. Adiln-M
II. D. CHILD,
lulyNilAiotr Clllavii oniue.
NHW DHHtl. ciinl'tilly prepnrrti hy Irad
'a Ina mi-ntliirs ol' thv Ashevllle liar ton
Unesl iinrrhnii'tit and henvv nut iiiiiwi'i.
(ritiK all nt'tH'ssnry joints, Jost mil ami now
un sate mr nn.ee Ol tne uitiisn reilMsn
tan On., Nn, a North Omit HWinsrr. Ilsntnl
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
miv .'uh-hc hi h tiiey call nurituc witli
lu tli-Km-M Imt hii tu all. Adtlrriui
room fitted with water closet.
THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
- lc nf the Itlne Klilae, from which Imlsamlc
Is tlt'luri-siuc, witlks wild and varied, and
J. IUMIW KRWIN, Proprietor.
frliftil l .
Ittlllor Ashevllle Cltlten:
That our ninny frlrmls may knnw how we
are art Una on wc will state that w look In
In llolt-1 am. Htnrc
9,000 lii VW Wtclis.
Took In last Hatiirilay over 7tio. 7(1 uf
that was hold, liiilaiiee store. Hotel itkIs
tcrrtl SIR that tiny Hail (l.noo arrivals In
(I month-. Our at ck Is mnmmtith !tOO fret
ItiiiM ami lit feet wide. Tell the Instance of
the world In conic and are "Old Chcd" smile,
nail buy -tmds of as anil sav. 10 to lift per
norindtf M. R. CII KIlltBTHH At HON.
L.::; ;ai 3 U.t.'cture.
Painless to Use.
Sy is A
r.lJO.il.CO. SoUbkUSrnggUlt. Btntln
VUU pickaje Kubbtr Syrlng te (1,63
I'OH 8ALII BV ,
RAY80R A 8MITH, A8HEVILLE, N, C