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i'' I ; I.
fAR BREAKS OUT
Between tlie I.epubllcn ot Guato
- mala nnrt Salvador.
The 6alvadorlan8 Claim the
Of ths Contllnt Wlilch Was Begun With
out ttio V.uiil ForinaUtlus uf a Duulara
tlon uf War Vlnws of (ha Ruiiront
tin at Ulutt.iuala la Masloo Will Soou
' Know tb. Detail..
" City of MkxIoo, Jul? 88.-The long
threntetied war has brokun out between
Guatemala ami Sulvudor, according
to ofllciul advices rei'dived hy the confi
dential atsjnt nf the proviniuiin. govern
nieut of Salvador, Seuor Guroniiuo Pou,
who arrived hern Hivrurday tilk'ht from
Ban Balvador. It begun without ibo
nsual fonuaHtfts of a declaration of
war, and for hi country Sonor Pou
claims tu-ut victory,
Senor Pou exhibited thu following til
etrraia from Uu, K40U, daud July
Ths enemy. 9,'0 tronu. yestcnliiy In
vadsU Salvador, but our fnrcwt bravely r
pulsod them, causing i lo ir ooiiiilerc rout.
Many pisce ot artillery, lui'Ku iuiinti
tiss of ammunition ami hundreds of htn k
ot srms worn captured by u. 1 havoglvuu
arilsrs to adviiiica uuto ti'iiitiunula
Senor Pou siiys the Salvador army Is
ruled vith Kumlugion n'li'S, uuii'litne
gum and mountain liatteriua, and is
generally well f.juii'jvd with plenty of
money. 1 tie Maivaiinniin rorrw urn iu
turinr In nnnitar to i1k.iv ot Oaiiti'inala,
but 8vnor I'ou says Hint he him received
advices tlint disaffection 1ms occurred in
the ariuv of Uiii'rem.iki mid two rmttHt
inns have refused to tin icerd to the front
ier. wliiou, he thinks, will have the
effect of eur. ilizin m.'ittcr.s. On.
E.ets It coiummuUiiii the movements of
the Salvador forces.
Strangth ( the Twit Beniblleil.
T Minister LiUgtiec. of Hunt, mult, says
that the only diM'ii'elies received lire
from points lu (Salvador where it is
known that prims euiisursliip in iu force.
Be said: "Uur forces are well armed
with Kemlnuton tilien. r'itli:e.' nuns uud
mountaiu bntteries. mi1 if sviivi.dnr has
lti.OOO men hi the tield we huve marly
double that number. While it is trno
that we h:ive uo biK fuml in the trni
nry, evei U'dv in the countri w ill comu
to tuo rruut wun money in cudo mere
It in the general ot intou hero that in
caHe there Tie war u-iwoen ituatennda
and Salvndor. the tii -t iimiicd country
will be victorious, uvu:g to JtH BilH.rior
All Wtl! honll Ilv Hihiwii.
A few day., will oiid iiue-tlon d
volop the exact coiidiiiou ot iiiliiirn ill
Central America im y treaty berwn-u
Mexico a uU ti .iatei..a:ii. each coveni
munt may nw anj 1:o-h ). i-xiv.j: to
either country for otlicial li:nCiMv free
ot cum jc.
It-irllUd yiiiy Ite.ltfu.
U U ruin,"'. ,! that P: et narill
of Uunti n.aia. tnUi. of :r.-i i.iln'. Uen
Barrudia, the ."'.iit'-u:a;;.n '"li..r. Ii:u
left Oaxuco to t.i'.v fart in the war. Hi
will iiri.i ni'iy u,ie i'ne M.iadmd of re
volt iu Ouattiuala.
Losixvi, .Inly Tb for'' mnhm
milliliter to Par.. !mh la a iv. '1 a 'lepatrb
from liin sovtrii:i,i.f .h-intii.- the n,.ue-
nient pubii In.l in tl ini.ru!::.' .i
to the eftv.'t tli at ;e 'll.tics liava l.loell
out lietweea .-iva !- am ( .u itaiuala.
Aocoidimi to li.. advicc-i war nt not
been declared nor h - th- Nihador
frontier been ito.-hh1. Hp i;ivs if nnv
liKlitiuir ha:, ta .'.-u i'l ir.- it tu;t ii i l.
in ll'e interior ol ilvu.ior beiwei'n nv,.!
6LO00 AT A DANCE.
Tim Fmt.er tif n r..-i.ri'1o Tkii fur tlln
.iiii mo' Moil OTid.
Hihminih.vu, All, .Ti.lv Oil. Friday
Hi at Linttsjtiw N . ii. .to rK'iui a.iJ 1
llceinuu i atu n. o Hi.niinp'haiu, went
to Uibb county to capnire Bart
Thrasher, a n t d e:iid ciaict and
murderer. il. -y had learned tliat
Ihranher wuuU r at a ne.u iluace in
the moiuHnli: mi!, h fr .in VVnol-
uvk, m'llit':.' wh'.ky At tnidnUlit the
Qfucerii real hi d the p!m:e anil concealed
themiselvi l-hud a fence, 'i he (lain
wan in pn.Kii -it.
tionu two men ciiine out In the dark.
Tluy eaiue towatd I !e .fu.-ers. who nun
posed one wati iiart Tiiruniii. I'ne ..111-
oem drew (ruim nrd oiuend 'h.nn to
halt. Hulie Jl irru ii, oi,e t,.e men
obeyed, but the ota. r. who pr iv. d to l
John Thnmh. r. IJ rte t'atner, hud a
shotgun, and te1 ted. He and 1 att. n
grajipll, and ih,- Inter van over
powered. Jht. ae Thra-lier wn abont
toahiKtt Pat'on, M a-.'.i i ehot an I It lied
Thraher. The lninaies nf the hoiire,
nnioiig them Dart Tin ilier. then IImI
forfeiir J Uir.g kill.:d by the dead
rmuiV fi1ndH, Tne o;l!eerti retreated to
Woodstoi It. M i aii waa tmt aiieblvd.
ELECTRICITY V3, MULES
Aa luuree nt Ntrrt HmIIwnv Power In
iNntAMAix't.u, .Inly 23. The new
electric etreet rer line i- priivlng a tio
oom and the in me power It to be applied
to other linee in lliia city, mid it look
now that before many moons mule,
sa 1 motive power for street (lure, will
have dieappeured from the city. All llie
mhurhe are now ooiiiie:ted with the
city by oar line, and ae a result the
price of property line mnteiially ad
vanced in i'ine of th.-m.
Many of the reeiilcnta of the city are
now buying pro-rty and building
liomej iu the riil.urlw. unine even going
aa far out ae Ave mllee, along ihe elec
tric line. Premdimt liiKulle, of the
tilg Four, hae protniued the citizetii
that noma time thia fell he will prome
a schema for the entrance into the city
of tin various rallroude now centering
here that will practically do away with
the hundred or more atrwt croeslngs
now made dHatierotiu by the moving of
so many triilne. Jf tin t le dons, and he
erwete the eitennlve hliope lie propm,
peoiwity in the uhurU will advaucs
The lllliia Dlmnorol Itnlilierj.
Saiuhmm, N, Y.. .Inly all. The re
ward hi the Mies diamond rohle-rr lias
been luttrpaaed from $I,imK) to t,',aO0 by
Mr. Hllae, with iiietructlimn which may
make It. an object to eoinebtaly-to con
fees, The cum a U slauds baiUus the
THE FORCE BILL
Cauiwi a Nlr In Ueinildluwn Ilitnka, and It
will be fuuiilit hy Heiieturs,
Wahiiiniitun, July 'it. The (Iret Ke
publii Hii wiiator to como eiiiiirn1y and
oiieidy aguinel the force bill ie Hetmlor
I'aililiH'k, nf Nebnuka, Ho miyn he Ie
utialteralily oii)oi1 to the bill, and will
otanguiiiHl it whether or not the nena
iriai caucus decideH to support It. This
elonlaion hiui lieen nrrived at, he saye, al
ter long odiieiilerutioii of the Miilijoct and
much careful thought, lio hae vieittid
New York, Hunton, l'rovldenco, I'liila
dvljikia and Fall liiver UiehKaMiters, ami
.hae Bilked al.eit the effect of the bill
with the leading huelnuw men of loth
I poliltraJ Kirtiea, and the remilt of hie In
, estlgaUun is that an almost unanimous
Henliineut against the bill has boon dll
oovured, 'i'lie mot has developetl that thoy fear
that if the hill ie passed, tho soul hern
people will make good their threats of
rotiiliatiou by iHiyootting goods made in
the north. Therefore they helleve that
it would lie extremely impolitic to pass
Another senntor who will oome out in
a day or two, and take tho same position
us held bv Senator Puddook, ie Henator
Aldiich, of Itliode lehind. He has I wen
overwhelmed with proteeta ugniiixt the
bill from luisiuees men of all parties, end
has practically decided not to support
tlieb ll. He and Kt'tuitiir Pnddia'k laith
say tl it thoy believe the business inter
ests of tho whole country are opposed to
DR. J. COLTON LYNE3
Lsclmvd at t'hiilil.iaiiilil en "Woman to
I.lTlilA SrKlNiiH. (la., July 32. Per
haps the llnest hvtui'B yet delivered at
this place was Dr. Iaiios's famous lecture
in "Woman to tbii Front." The audi-
dice wns large, anil tne uur sen iw wen
leiueseiited. This lecture was iriven by
special reoiiest of the ('huutainpiii niiin-
ateiuciit lo till the vacancy occasiuneu
oy the illness of that renowned orator,
John Temple liruuw.
Al'mr releriinij to the ndvantnires en
ioved bv woniiin at such iii-aitiiliuns as
Vassal'. Weslei', l.'ornell and Julius Hop.
nil is uiiivei'sities. wliero young wunien
,ru i b in .no. at tlie haillUllll ol lllspira
lion, ami eiirichina their minds with
.iMivauf iiractical Unowlodue by enter
ini: the circle of tlie wienees, ihe sM'alier
I i.i n, I led Ilr. I amiiiolid. of .New oi'U
without gloves for saving. "Women are
incapable uf nn intense degree of alistrart
liionnlit." l'r. hyne's urray of statisiies
ami w itnesses from the time of tho great
I nle Jewish lawtivei lleboiall down
il,i.,.ii, li KlialK.ih lo Victoria, inclusive,
eeil.unlv iiinleruiiiies the foundation of
ill.. ): '. 1 New York nlivsiciaii's HI'KU
nient. Snllice it to say that lr. Uynes
caiilanled the isudieiico, and It is not
improbable that ho will huve to rojieut
this grand lecture.
Ilere'i a Nil! fill' lutereteil Ones to Cnwk,
ClM INN M l. O., July ii. A meirhant
doing business ut Uiiirauge. tin., has
wiitleuall os'ii letter to u drummer of
thijcin.ui which he declines In buy a
bill of goods from tlni drummer until the
i'ioi, ill i lie force bill is settled. It Is Is:
ginning to la' made appari'iit that there
are a treat 111:111 v soutliern merclmiils
u-liiiwdl follow thiseMiiunle. I raveling
salesman ill the soiitiiuiu slates bad as
well vive 1111 that territory il the leivcot
is nlaeed on t hem b nee bill or no force
1, ill. Hu-inoss is.lwwn the sections, li
lie successful, must Ik-uiilraiunu'll.
Slml lll.li-eir Tlirouiill the llearU
r.u.iiiii'N. (la., July ii. Jlr. C.
Ilrav.ol tins count v, shot himself throicjli
the heart, iiimhu ing insliint death, lb
wascallisl to dinner but said lie did not
feel like eating. The family went In lb
tabV to dinner, but Mr. ilray wnlkii
into n s..p.iale I'mtui, mid msiu the tiislo
niislieai',1 lo lire. The family rushed in
and lie w as loiiuil ou the Ibsir, bleeding
from a wound ilt over the he lie
MMikc i.in e. iviiu. "Uo for the dis'lor.
and e:;ier--d. Tiie eause of the ru.sh act
is not Uo.iw n.
Iwiev Mini He ley Itlm
i K.lia.. Julv i'). Joliii (irav
li. Karl ll.ivis twiee in NVll
hi tir.iiu stns't, at ii I Mint
; :-,o , .s k. llolll sbols lisik ellis't
neshi.tiu ihe light sale ami the oilier
:u the right I n'sive tho kins- pan
.llltl It I-' i'peieil IMVIs win die. I fail li
men air in Jill. Ihe sins, ling was tin
ii.-iilt ot a.b.pule alsiiit Mime iii.iuey
winch 1'avie i.'lt with Itmvsou to keej
or In m until e. ol. si lor.
Kio.rlo.l ln li ll hl.kr,
!Iii;ii-..ii. Ah., July as.. There
was a i,...rir.ii. -I range eMil.nion iu
I. K. Ui-.i.n .-..ii - kimsiii. on T. vein let Ii
irivl. l..ui,. f whisky ei,lis
wilii teriiiic inrce, setting lire lo the
.milding xcvernl ieo,le who wi-re m
ihe saai 'ti at the tune were kiHN!;cd
.lowuov in.- i irooof llie etiilu. h,ii, but
none of 'hem weiemiicb hurl. Thin was
a uivstei mils kind ol x I .sum
Nettrit Nun FouihI lruil.
ATl.iNTi. (la., July .". lete, n II
and I'.'oi l s k Ihu .l -.al Isnlv ..f a negro
man w i- loiiinl ,m itlnslix slr,sl. by n
i olon d pie.i. her who ii its goinir ii.nn
i he ih ml b.li was mv :nijs as I not
Vai,.i bnvi', AU.llI a .iiiuiih ago liwv
si'parale.1 ichii ins wile, tml Mucelli.
i.paratliiii be lies visited hcroneever.il
.H'ciisiMiis. His death is inysteii. ,iis. iw
uo signs of violence could Is- b.iiml.
TIIImisii hits hniihlml f lisrlxlnik
t'lUnl.hsTKN. 8. C July M.Fmiu
parlies w ho are in a ui-iliui lo know, it
lias Im en liMiiied that Tillimtn has given
up all id i ol ss-iikiiig ill this cilv. It
is now si.,, t,t lt. trill go from' Con
wiiydlns l lo Silililllel i ille, thus smite
blug t harlesloii allogetlier. K. It. Wary,
however. wdlicMress the Tillmaniles in
ibis place, to-night, at Turnvcrciu hull,
Meetlna nf ttnreleraie Vetsrans.
(.'KliAHToivs, la.. July 38. Next Hat-
unlay will ! again Hnv with ( oiifederule
velcians at Iheir n a ill ion iu this nliue.
(iovernor I liiiilon. lien. Phil l is.k and
lien. I lenient A. I'.vans have written the
coiiiiiultis' that I hey will lei on hand
uud Ihe town is preparing for the heroes
Hail lollowi 0 J k ml t lor don
futlleM . .a I....-H
JaiKsiiN. (iu., July
10 o'clock. i.U'l
Templar convened al
ris'eeileil lo liiistuees.
idge in llie slate is reoii-xcnlisl. end the
town Is lull nl ilelegati und visitors, li
Is ilillicult to foreslall the work they will
do, but it ie esi'led that much irool
will la- in roiiuillslied. Their Muslims will
!ai socrel, and may lust several days.
What Do lea rhliih ofHlDlf
ClIlt'Aihi. July 2B. Hov. F. J. Brrmt.
I iibltniinn minister, snvi tha l.sks
i-epin ui iis'er was a uieinnnt or Mod
and a Waiti u
to fcmiiday eacuraiva-
A field nf white oats Near Santa Maris.
Cal,, stsnde luet t Inches high.
It Is reinu'ted Ihut Prince Ulemarck has
taken auariuivute at Partisan la tfe
Usn. Houlanusr Is said to be writlne a
drains with Hubert Kniinst, the oun
Irish hero, as tin central Agnre.
The oiar of Russia's latest whim hss
ba to utter no sdlrt forblilliiB anulauss
In Uia thsaiers uf fit. Petersburg.
By the iimuiaturs exuloslooof a shell
at Mayenui Hiiuilay, two of the garrison
wers killed uud ssvsrsi sarluusly lujured.
JUS Horvlau synod has rslsuted the
petitluu of cx-guesa Natalls to recon
sider the legality of hsr dirorot from ea
LatKiurvbars says lo Truth thai In ths
priuvluai hotels of Parte enioklnc has bean
pnilillitUd. This Is with a rlew to offsod
and drlvs away Usrman giieste.
II Ie raporud that the Pi Inoess Elisa
beth of Austria will etalawk durlna
August on ysahtlng tour, ra ths oourss
of which she will visit the Americas
Sir W, A. White. British amhaassdor la
Turkey, has oome to lamdnn on a abort
aad, sudden visit. He baa already had
several private eoaferenoea wlta Lard
Not One Mho Had Gained DIv
tlnctiou ou Uie Battlofleld,
But Who Saved Tan Girls' Lives
at a Denver Fire.
A Bod Curlers' Brave Work si Botal
rtre Usui roni SuffbestlMi Alter
Arouslne Two Ilrnuken Mes Bnflal
rireman Fntsllr Injiirsd While Ha
BWute Ie a Fire Ths Firs HsoerSV
A HOD CARRIER
Beseass Tea Olrls frnns Plsmes and Ptes
a Hero's lestti.
Dkkvkb, July lit). John Johnson, a
hod carrier, was Sunday inorniug suffo
cated la the (.'ounucicial hotel. There
were over lot) people in the place when
a diaaHtrous tire broke out at tilfl a. m.,
and firemen found it tt imposrlblo to
f et lit ihe "pluoe. Johueon ran into
tie smoke ana carried out over ten
He entered a room in which two
drunken men slept, and after arousing
them waa overcome by heat aud fell to
the floor. lie crawled under the bed in
blinding smoke, and was badly bumed
before death ensued fniin Biu.ocntion.
C. J. Hoflmtui will die of Injuries re
ceived, ami Hondo London, who jumped
out of a window. Is seriously injured.
The financial loss Is small, but alsmt
twenty pe. pie were inure or less burned.
Johnson, the hero who los. his life, for
merly lived in Pennsylvania.
The lluslnsas Portion of Hherrodsvtlle,
U llrslrorrd by I'lrs,
New I'liii.ADBLi'iiiA. ., July S3. A
fire at Hicrrodsville, just scroea the
county line, destroyed the Connotton
Valley depot, poetol'.i e, Jenkiu's gro
cery, Aluion's haul ware store, Albaugh't
dry goisls store, liaineberger's drug
store, mid Penrce's iivery and hotel.
Suppwed to have been si-t on fire by an
inoeudlary, wlio roblsi Aini 'ii's hard
ware store. The lu is supn ..kh! to be
about $-u.OUU; partly insared.
A Fireman fatal? Iiljnre4.
DitfaUi, July '.'8. While enronte to
a lire In the residence nf Rev. Frank 8.
Fitch Sunday night, driver Daniel Hbau
uou of ladder Uuck No. 4, was thrown
from his seut under the wheels of the
truck aud so batllv injured flint he died
soon after. The bis did small damage.
It waa caused by burglars who entered
the hon-e while the family were at
chaicli. and stole a uuautuy of jewelry
Machine and Holler racier.
Pateish-in, N. J., Jn'jr .- Hnnday
niornlm nls.nt 4 o'rlis k lire was discov
ered in the ei. -liie rooui of J. I'. Ttald's
machine and Imiler fui tory. Ilefore the
hre ilepartmeiit got tne flames under
control the boiler room, together with
Its contents, aud the n tester part of the
building, was di-tro) Los-., about
tl."Aj,l)OiY: Insnrnii. o. So'i.lsiO. Mr. Tisld's
New Voik ofrioea aiv at til Baroley
Cnllleev alnpe Hnse liars sA,
Pllll.AiiPl.i'iii.v, July 23. A special
dispatch save that the slope house at
bbort -mmiitnln collier)'. I-ykens, Pa.,
was burned tsundnv. Loss. k'lil.OoU;
fullv insured. K-vcral hundred lueu are
thrown out of work by the tire.
Candidate Tlllmnu's t -uuiials;a In tenth
CliAnuwTos, a. C, July 83. The
sixth week of the s)11tical canvass rimed
Saturday with the meeting at Oorge
Unvu, which Is a straight-out Demo
cratic county. Five comities were can
vessed hist Wreli. The count now stands
aa follows, givp g tii" ligures on both
aides: The Tilluiu.i fartt..n h.. already
elected serctily-two delegates ploilged t
They assert that when the other
counties elect ilclciMle- they will have
Wkl out of the if di'irgntr. The
stralghtnait reinivn:s have six dele-
gales, and chtiiu ) ty-f.iur more n-
aueoiiiiciy ceriniu. u-' any ruey nave
a good lighting rhn-n'o with lis- till
maulux in the reuinliiing connti. s, and
that in the event of a ptimaiy bulug
ordered they will beat 'liilmso.
The net result of the wet-.i a canvass
has been to iutonslfr the Inlteruees and
widen the breach between the two fac
tions, if that were possible. It is more
than probable that lilluino iu the near
future will And himself governor or no
governor, with three important personal
affairs on his hands. He opeuly charges
several prominent iMmxirals with hav
ing designed his assamliiatton.
Aews uas ueen reorivea rrom ueanrnn
eonnty that the Democratie oounty
committee has derldeil not to bold a
mass uieetbig, aud news also comes
from Tillman to the effect that he win
not nswk lu CbarleeUin, where a mass
meeting Is to lie bold ou the utth.
Uf Die seven Deem oc rat In congTBsa
men the only one thst stands a chance
af re-elect iou is George li. Tillman, a
brother uf the candidate) for governor,
who has been Indorsed by the Tillman
ttea. The alllauoe exueota to capture
the ot! is and elect congressmen
pledged to the snb-treasnrr scheme. At
the clese of last week it linked as if noth-
lug could prevent a ipllt in the party
The Mnrebf-Klslier Woddlna,
Conm-n. lln rrn. July 1W. The mar
riage of Francis Mutnliv. the advocate
of temperance, and Mrs. Kahecea Fisher,
of to Is city, whlcli waa to nave occurred
during the present month, will proba
ble' not take pinoe tor some time owing
to a dlsavrteineut on the nart of the
lady's relatives over the disposition of
The ehrlaaj Soe Carvasnandenae,
Wahiunotom. July t8. It Is stated at
the stats department that ths corre
spondence on tin- Bailing sea trouble
will not be sent to the senate nntu the
Utter part of the week, beoanss of Mr.
blaine'a deerre that II shall Include sev
eral recent communications to Lord
Baiiaborf on the subject.
trtlejie f Llahlnlna
Niw Om.kari, July n. During a se
vere storm, Sunday night, lightning
strnrh a shed at Mllnerrmrg and killed
Victor Marchard, family tujored Edgar
Charles and rerloUF.Ie hurt Edward
Willisms. who had in Ken refnae In the
Donning, a aniryiiie i was also
by lightning at Ueutiujr.
The rlljr Cltlacn.
la nlwnvs nlive to the Interests of
Ashevlllc nnd Its people,
la the most nontitar ndvcrtlslnir me
dium in North Carolina-
Is read bv a in-rntrr number of nennlr
thnn any other aeculnr pocr in the
Ia always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the day. '
Hoarding houses fill their rooms by ad
vertising in the Citurn,
Ncwa, and all the newe, makes the Cit-
b5t 'V0. . A
No retail merchant ever made a Brent
succese without advertising. Try the
An adverttiifment In the Citukn oavt
tbe advcrti-r iui JiundiW-fold,
THE CAPS MAY COTTAGB
Was Not a Oil Ie Mrs. Harrison The
rreslilenl Bnuahl II,
New Tori, July 88,The posltve
autemctit is tnaae tna uen. tiarrwon
had bougie; and paid for the Cape May
auuiuier cots age, oocupied by the presi
dential faiaiiy, instead of having allowed
airs, uurnton to accept 11 at a gin. A
eentlemau who saw Mm. Harrison on
Wednesday mentioned to her teat he
had heard such a report, whereupon ahe
told him that the fiicta were that the
president had bought the cottage and
bad raid lu.OOu for tt.
She waa perfectly willing to let him
say so to uny one he cared to talk with
about 4. aud he told a reporter about
the mutter. Said he: I understand
that the president, immediately pan
having the cottage oilered to Mrs. Har
rison, announced his willingness to boy
it, but nut to accept It as a gin. The
arrangement was ma.te that they should
go and spend a few days in it before de
ciding whether or not they wished to
purchase it, and a trial of the cottage
confirmed the hsrgnln by which 10,0H0
waa paid for It. The reason nothing
waa said about it at the time waa be
cause the bargaiu was not wholly ooa-
sum ma leu."
That Olen Rrho Pnrrhafa.
Nkw Yoiik, .Inly 3K. A sieclal to ths
rress rrom w nalilngton says: uertain
pn erH have within the past two days
mixed np the president, Mrs. Harrison
and the remainder of the family in an
aneged siMwulative real estate scheme.
They have charged that, taking adven
tags of their high station, the distin
guish 'Kcunanta of the White Bones
purchased pr.asily at (ilea Echo
Heights, to hold It in anticipation of a
boom and then sell 1..1I.
An examination oi tne deed to prop
erty purchased by the iter. 1). Scott for
Mrs.llarriKi.ti rei.nls the fni t that It re
quires the erectvm of arH-iileiice upon
it. From a highly nulhoritafivo sonree
tbs press con'Cf p ..lien i. uitoriueil that
ths land was bought for the sole purpose
of building np.ai it a summer residence
of tbe presidential family. Private Sec
retary Hnlford purcluimsl a small tract
with a similar oiviect iu view.
The laud was uot, as hinted, pre-
tented to either tbe president, Mrs.
Harrison or any other member nf the
family, or to Mrs. lialford. Special
uains were taken to avoid the embar-
raasiueiit siill. red by President Cleve
land when It was db overed that a real
estate syndicate hail made a gift to him
of flak View In order to enhance tne
value of adjacent protierty.
Oak View, whoee sale netted Q rover
Cleveland such a handsome profit, Is
within Die limits of the District of
Columbia. The tract purchased by
Mrs. Harrison is nearly eight miles
away from the White House. It Is near
U..LU01. U ........... M.t
aud the real estate ring which rotssl
Cleveland luto its toils, hss not now,
nor has it ever bad anything to do with
the land In question, The president and
Mrs, Harrison have always beeu avereed
to any Investment in 'the District of
Columbia, because they know their
motive would be misconstrued.
A Boat Carolina Man, llasperted af WMs
Murder, Kills Himself,
COLl'MMA, S. C July S3, (hie of the
most horrible crimes on record is reisirt
ed from Collciton county. The crime
wss committed on Mary's Island, an un
frequented spot In the eonnty mention
ed. Psddy Ursnt lived there with his
wife Pbielw, and another woman, sup
posed to be too intimate with Grant,
freipienfly visited his wife. V, eiliiesdey
last Uniui informed the relatives of his
wife that she had lieen severely hurt the
week before by the explosion of a kero
sene lamp, and wss iu a bed condition.
The relatives found her burned from
her knees np iu front only, terribly
charred and speechloa-.
Mie died when an at tempt wss made
to remove bet. No traces ot oil could
be found on th floor, or uo trace of
burning Uhiw the knees of the woman.
These and roiiftalii'toiy itateuieuta
caused the arrest of (iiant, but he es
caped from ft guard. Having been
run to earlh ng..in. he reipies'id per
mission to return to v room fo: ru n
while. Almost luimedinteli t'le report
of a villi was bea'd, end it wss found
that be bad placed the im-.ule of his
musket ng.iint bis stoiiisrh slid ex
ploded it, bloving a hole clear throma
himself. It is thought keror. ne was
poured over his wire by himself and the
other woinaii. aud that she was then
tet on lire.
The Rattans! Nllrar i.uimll ire Wants II
Pree slid t'lillmlled,
WaainiOTi. July The National
silver committee, which has maintained
several active representatives here dur
ing the winter, Is preparing to open a
vta-orons canrsMt for the control of tha
next house of representatives In the in-'
. . ..S 1 , ,
i ui irre ami iiiniitiiira collisge Of
silver. Daring the past week it has pur
chased thousands nf free coinage
peaches, which It ia sending into every
western congressional district.
Its president, Uen. W arner, has lamed
a call for ths committee to meet in
Washington on Sept. 1. at whleh time
he will present a printed report, show
ing the work of the committee, the
Brog rest of legislation in congress and
ie votes of every congressman nnon tha
stiver bill and Its various amendments.
Tbe executive commit tee expresses itself
as thoroughly dissatisfied with the silver
bill as passed, snd has determined to re
lax no efforts until tho mints of the
United rltates are thrown ones ta tha
sliver of the world,
DAMAGES AQAIN8T WHITf CAPS
As Oeesaeasatlan far Whlnnlaaj Hat Aa-
Itiurlsad by Law.
Lihakok. Ind.. July 88. Marlon Ken
dall, a married man. who lived at Eltsa-
vule, this county, four years ago, and
who Is charged with criminally assault
ing a young girl, was takeu oat by
White Cans una nloht. tied to a ml
and beaten Into Insensibility, his Ufa be
ing despaired of for several days. He
became ralysed from tbe effects, and
brought suit fin- $10,00(1 damages agaiast
Its of his ssnailants. who wers wall re
spected citttene of this eonnty. Judg
ment waa given for A,00g. The de
fendants sneut motier freely, and Snail
carried tbe ease to the supreme court,
A decision handed down from that body
afarma the judgement of the lower
A Mewsnaaere Advtae,
Atlanta. Qa.. Jnly W. The Oourti-
tatlon urges a boycott oa northern In
dustries if the Federal election bill be
comes a law.
Tha Anhevllle) Cltlaen Given
The latest local news.
The freshest Stnte newt.
The best general news.
General and special comments.
me inrgest sunscnntion list of any
secular pn?r in the State.
The best advertisine: medium in the
A full stalf of able editors and corres
The neatest, newsiest and most enter-
prising nn per In North Carolina.
lt ""rte are always devoted to the
nni,n,iinn .i,,. r .u.
sources of the State, particularly the
WPfllfm nVrTintl. .
a-umttu- ma .MM..M. tta -j-
ImootU; 60 ccoU tmontlu
Liidiew Fine Kid GIovhh
We are sole agents for tho
celobrated Mather Gloves,
No hooks, no buttons, no
strings to tie, showing in one
toucti three inoveumnts in
one. llie most simple his
toner known, yet the tnoBt
We replace cloven that
break or tear the first time
tried on. Can fit your hand
with gloves at the counter.
All wizen and colors in stock
BOSTIC BROS. & WHK1IIT,
No. 11 N. Court Squn re.
W.A. Blaiu. J.V. Bhown.
pNo. 3 Patton Avenue
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BUIR'8 OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends am the pub-
'v generally to cull and ex-
imine our well selected sttM-k
F URN ITU HE,
Which we nw tiffcringatrock
lottoin prices. Undertaking
a siHcial feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night (55.
BLAIR & BROWN.
Tin rnlirr ns.'l ol
Plated Jewell ,
Iniluillim line prut'ihcs, lull. hi. anil Rnm
1-3-0 NE-T HI RD 0 F F !-!-
Rraardlras of cost, as wr Intend In the IiiIuft
to keep nothlnii but Rnlid Gold sn.l
BterluiR Minr Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
South Main St. Aafticvllle.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE B. R. CO.
Westers North Carolina Invlalon.
PAB8BNOBR TRAIN BCHBDULB
(In Beeacv March gal
76th Meridian Urn. nard when not otherwise
S 43 pm
" New Varfc,
11 211pm 107i
aaoam i aopm
Lv. New York.
S OA am
A, a. . i,"
Lv. Hot springs,
rial p m
S 40 p m
Tbsily eictpTgasHsyTT I No. IT
iLT jCshvlli; ArTTfls p m
1 89 D m
. Bryson City,
610 s m
Moa. AO and A1V Pnllraan umm. hwMM
Orwnshoro and Monistown.
Noa. A3 and AS I'allmaa RnAt Sleeping
Cars betwern Hot Spring and Washington.
Aahevllk to Brrakniat Htatioa for No. AO.
" Dinner an.
Hkkoryls " ea.
w. a. wissiiis, n. p a
Akawllla. at. f
JAB.L. TAVLOR.O. P. A
waawsgtoai o c,
GLEN KUUK. MU'l'liL.
In ioo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASI1EVILLE, N. C.
modern nrst class hotel. Hot anrt cold
Itlcctrlc bells In every room. iiHn lire in
room, lunch counter, ciR-ar and news stand
trie street cars pass aoor every u nmuvn,
30 minutes for meals.
RATES, a.oo PER. DAY.
A. G. H ALL YBURTON, Prop.
. B. RRVAM and WAI.THR URKKN, ClerkH.
SCHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World
We deliver to sll pnrts of the city our own Mottling Hxnort Uccr at
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Our Iwrr Is kept at n trniprnitiirr of 4 Ht'Krccs and we gii Aran tec yOU a fresh article at
II timers. THU TKAUB bUW'LIUU FKUM
, WINE AND ..
Iff THIS STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOP5.
J. A. MARUI'ARDT, Msir. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASH.cVlLLE. N. C
FOR SALK BV-
Anheville, N. C.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
Plftrm ctimmcrdfil murae otk-rrd ilurina the venr. (See cntiit'i&nie unuvn 4-2-3.) Only
colksr in North Cnnilinn with reuulnrl v orirnniKcd Sthool of rolitirtil nnd Sm-ial StHrniv.
citmdinfc throuKh twu ycam. (CalalniH-
eerinii. (CAtitlnuuc pOK 7N.NI.I HuiH-riitr
and Nstura) kicii-ncrn. Applknnts ndmittrd to nny coui ues wliit-h they van nnniuc with;
sdvntie. Over 11M courses this year IrmllnK to ifcgTres tul cn to all. Addix'ss
JOHN F. CROWELL, President.
Randolph County. -
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING
Finished throughout In Antluue Onk
Hawed Oak. Willi. draied with Llncruatn -
For further Information call on
G. Ha WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
July 1 Ad 1m
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short distance Arum the foot of the I'lnnaclc of the llluc RIiIkc, from which linlsaniic
lireeics arc constantly blowing1. The scenery Is picturesque, walk, wild and vnricd, and
water purs and abundant.
LITHIA WATUR A FBW sTbi'l) PROM FRONT DOOR.
8LBCTRIC DBLL8 AND BATH ROOM
MPKCIAI. HAXIOi UIVKN TO VAMH.IM.
Opens Jan tat. for Term, addrcaa
J. BVLOW ERWIN, Proprietor.
Dealer In Wall Paper, Window Snadeaaud Patent Hanger),
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
We keep In stork St. Louis and Kentucky
IM KVURV COtlNTV IN
Western North Carolina
TO SOLICIT HtlDSCRIl'TIONH FOR THF
A llbersl commission will be paid. Borne
oat owning a horse p reft; nrd. Address
U. D. CHILD,
lulysdmwtr ClUaan Offln.
ANBW DBRD, earenilly prepared by lead
Inn nmlsn of tha Aahevlll. bar ion
flnest parchment and heavy flat nanerk. cor
ertnf all Moraanry points. Just out and now
on sakt at tha once of the Cmiss Pusuh
ran Co., No, a North Cram acnart, riant af
water anilRlmths and toilets on every Hmm,,
imiiv mm nmw. ikm ruum. i,miT, uinmj
and liar and liillinnl room im first Hoor. Itlevs
mtuutuuu a..u .uut..... un ausse,
Over for its Purity.
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
uiuri n4il4. Kxivllfiit School of Civil HnK"t
ShiMiln of LnttKUiiuc, I'lulttvionhy, T1h'oIkv
- - Trinity College NCS
ROOMTFITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
I'nrlor nnd Reception Hull finished In Uunrtcr.
Colors. Window Glass, both
Bdltor Ashcville Cltlsen:
That our many friends may know how wc
arc setting on wc will state that we took ta
In Hotel and Store
9,000 In Vive Week).
Took In last Saturday over 7iM. $7(1 of
that waa hotel, balance store. Hotel reals
tared 3S that day. Hail A.MMJ arrivals In
0 months. Our st ck Is mammoth 8fM feet
long and 10 feet wide. Tell the balance of
th. world to come and see "Old Ched" smile,
and buy goods of as and save 10 to 8S par
novlfldtf a. R. CHRriBSTBR A AON.
Cannot Cause Stricture. Painless to Use.
frlca.tl.00. toldbrtUDrngglita, Sintln
Vlala package eta Bibber Syringa at S1.S0
FOR ft ALU 11V
RAVS0R SMITH, ASHEVILLE, -N. C
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