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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN : FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1890.
OYER THE FALLS.
An Excursion Steamer Comes
Very Near Mukiug the Trip.
Caught In tlie Raplda With a
The Anohur la t'a.t Hut No Huh! I Se
cured Until tha Cataract la Aluioat
lieaohed Terrlblo ac-mi. Among the
loo Pamuuuje-ra on Hoard the Vaee.il may advocates among the lard men
Thai it shall not be lawful to lmpert
Into auy stum or territory, or Into the
District of Columbia from any state or
territory, or from any foreiun lmtl u, or
to Import from the Dlatrlot of Columbia
Into any stats or territory, any fermented,
dlatllled or other intoxicating liquor,
except in one or more original package
a denned by tbli i
Bsc I That tor the purpose at this
act an original package of intoxicating
liquor In bottlas shall be a case containing
not less that one dosen bottles, and an
original package of intoxicating liquor
not In bottles shall contain not less than
Mr Adams' Argument
The Keneral opinion it that the 1wH-
einry Committee amendment will be
adopted, but Mr. Adams' substitute has
IN DIXIE'S L1ND
Dangerous Political Situation In
Candidate Tillman Threatened
and a Plc-sau-a Uarffe In Tow,
AOBruN, N. V., July 84. A gentle.
man who arrived in the city on the
11:!I9 Central train Monday nik'ht gave a
United Press renter uu account of
what initfht have been a terrible
casualty at Niug'tra Fulls Monday. The
pleasure steamer Ella H, which runs
from 1'ort ly to Biukhorn ieliiud, was
obliied to run mound Green island on
Acrotiiit of the low water in the river.
The islam, is only a short distance
above the cataract. Just as the steamer
was rounding the island iu the swiftest
art of the river at that point the en-
trine gave out. The anchor was hove
overboard, but it failed to catch for
some distance, drugging along the rock
When it did finally flet a hold the
boat was under such headwav that the
bulkhead, to which the hawser was at'
tut'hed, was torn from its fastening
When nearly the whole of the chain had
been raid out, the end K-calJie knotted
in the hole in the bulwarks and held
the boat. The trouble with the engine
proved to be a defective valve, which
was soon repaired, ami the boat won
again got under headway, but so great
Vim the force of the current that it took
fifteen minutes to reach the spot where
the anchor caught, lou feet up stream
from the boat.
Nceti,. on Ititnrd.
lucre were about 10 pawwncers on
the steamer and a pleasure barge at
tached to it. There was a terrible
scene of confusion, women fainted
children screamed ami men bid each
other goad-by. The bunt was only a
abort distance iibovo the falls when
stopped and it w:i a miracle which
enved the lives of the Kill Ixrisoiis uu the
AMENDED AND PASSED.
Actlou On the "Oi-luitml rai-ks-ue
In In. atluiil II. him-.
WAsmsuTi.N, iuiy n l lie ftunse
liegau Wing on the original package
bill as si sin as the rnading of the journal
bad been concluded Tuesday. The first
voto was on ilr. Adams' substitute de
fining original pacl.aiie.-, which was re
wtsl yew .11, imvs 111. I lie In him
then ttsik a vote ou ihe house sill
lor the w-liNte liill.
As the vote proceeded, it appeared
Hint ine resun was m Uoillil. Hitil met
was gn at exi lt-m-nt. At the riid of
the first call then- whs an u'lirmative
majority of l. At the mil of the sec
ond i'iiII ihe u 1. 1 1. i it v whs the same, but
a iiuiui-r of ni.'iulra changed their
votes and Ihe v.,io as announced was
jvhh lo'.i, nav- t'l
ilr. lii)sve!i. r. of Ohio, who changed
111' j.te for Ihe pillp e, luoVed a lecoli
si.l' ratl- n.
Jlr. I- rank, cf .Mi....iri. moved t
tniilv the motion, and this v,i done. A
V.it. was Ibell lllKell oil the p;u-s.lge of
tile I.UI ;i iimei..le., una It was passed,
xeas : ,n. nays .19.
I'm. I.Iimm if ths Niili.lltute.
The lioilse silUtitnte )Tovi.l,K that
WUelieV. r .III anicie of Colllluelce is 1111
ported into anv slate iroin any other
state, territory or f.oeign nation
ami there held or oll.'red for sale,
it shall Is' subject to the
law of that state, provided that no
discrimination shall U made bv any
state iu favor of tliecituetisot that state
againt the ciiizeiis or auy other slate;
nor snail uiin-p rrailoii of vouiiiieree
through iiny state be obstrticti-il exuept
in the hoosMiry enforoemeiit of the
health laws ot that slate.
rrepsrlng lr an 1:111 ,11 fruwd.
Cliii-Aiei, July '.'4. Workmen hav
begun builiiing tlie eiionui 11s anu lii-
theater that Is to he Used during tint
o-leiiraiiou 01 I'atriar.-n- Militant and
(hid fellows Aug. il to III. The struc
ture occiipie. three bl' k in Luke Front
l'ark. and will M'ai tlurtv-llve thousand
people. The deiuoiistialioii. its promot
ers say, win is' ine i.-irgiTM ever made by
a secret Hs n ty. Kitty thoiiMiiid liild
fellows are X'te.l. Illlet'll thousand
of whom win be L informed rairian hs
Militant, t ali prizes to the amount of
f .'-i.issi will U' awnrdel. .Many loeiii-
tiers in. 111 the extreme east and west, It
is Uuuuileiy Known, wui lie present.
Child lleiiten tit lenth.
C)HKLis.i, Inwa, July V4 The fam
ily of Arthur Webb, consisting f j,u
wife and four step-daughter, are under
arrest for the murder of his ear-old
onild ly is-aiuig it to death. Ais.ut a
year ago Webb iiiiirried .Mrs. Jo enh
Ansle, and ii s.s-ms lmt she and her
t'llllilreli v Invii iu the habit of lieat'
lug this child liihtiiiiaulv lor some time.
Hot long n-:o Anna. Ansle w is arrested
and fineil for assault ami luittery on the
rhlM. ."Saturday night the little one was
Severely ls-ateii iigjiiu bv the family, all. 1
cMiiioii) 11 uiiKi 01 ine mjuries iMlllcted.
iU!UiS)Ueel WUI Iwhi ld.
Niiinllnis In Mstlrtt
8M AnT 'Ma. Tex .Julv ii4.-Hinall.
pix is irldeinio along the Mexican side
St the Uiiiler. At I'ieilrus Negras, M
t cent, of thu population has Usui af
fected, aiidthepeririitngenfthe fatality
has W-n very hinh. In New Larelu
there have bei n upward of '.'ml s-ople
stricken wrth the iIwum... The Mexicans
have taken no precautions against its
spread, and In many of their smaller
towns it is raging unchecked,
and those interested iu cotton-seed oil,
Mr. Adams presents soma strong argu
uicnts on Ins side, rio saysi
"The National policy of the United
States in n-gurd to commerce among the
states is, niKt, trurt no unnecessary re
striction shall be laid upon it, and, sec
ondly, that wlieu any restriction is
found to be necessary It shall Iss im
posed, not by a stale legislature, but
by congress, and shall express not the
local policy of a state, but the general
pollcv 01 file people 01 tne united mates,
"The substitute approved by the
maioritv of the eommittee violates both
of these principles. The supreme court
having rendered a decision relating to
interstate tnitnc in intoxicating liquor,
which iu the opinion of some renders
legislation necessary, the majority of
the committee propose to legislate, not
in regard to interstate traftic in intoxi
cating Honors alone, but in regard to In
terstate traltic in all articles of food,
drink and clothing and all other com
modities, becondly, instead of placing
n restriction on iutcsstate commerce ex
pressing the judgment of congress, in
view of the general policy of the isaople
t the I lilted states, Uie committee pro
poses to allow each state to impose such
restitutions ns its local poncy may dic
tate, not only as to what articles of
commerce may be sold within the state,
but as to tne manner in wnicn uiey may
be sold, regardless of the interests of
citizens o other stales, although it was
mainly to protect these interests that
the control of interstate and foreign
commerce was made the duty of con
nut. .Mr. Adams asas, -would oe
the result '! The committee expressly
admit iu their report that if this bill is
enacted and is declared valid by the
nrts. 1 lie result would simply be that
the original package of liquor imported
into a prohibition state could not be
held iu Chat state for sale or shipment
within or without ttie state: while at
tlie same time the citizens of the prohi
bition state could st' 1 receive, without
let or hindrance, their weekly rations of
Intoxicating liquor, delivered to tliem
pursuant to a crntract or sale made and
completed without tlie state,
Is it Worth while to risk so much in
order to uuiu so little'; Is it worth
while, in this indiiect way. to attempt
to abolish the original jnckage sahsm
a iiuiMiiii'e Ukelv to lie soon alsited bv
the courts, and certain to lie alwted if
tigress sees fit to meet the errniierous
inference drawn from the recent de
cision bv an act deriuing the original
liik:'e. The recent decision of the
uiiicme court nltords no more warrant
or excuse tor the establishment of an
riuitnil package saloon than it affords
for the adoption of the lonredcrate sys
tem ot regulating interstate and tor
eigu commerce, of which, as ashing-
11 declared. 'An a I s.r t ion or a many-
headed moii-t.-r would lie the Issue.
The Outoomc Watehed With Interest,
Oovernor Gordon, r Otjorala. Nays Huy-
cottllig Would Us Justifiable In Cttsi
the Faroe I1MI Iteconies a Law Inter
esting Noulhern News.
80UTH CAROLINA POLITICS.
As the Kleotlon llraws Nssrer the Hltlia-
thin Orown Mure Threslening.
COU'MHIA, 8. C. July 34. The state
Demcorutir conveiMion to iinmlnate cui
didates for gi iveruor and state officers
will meet on the 10th of Hepteuilier, mid
another convention has been vailed for
Aug, 10 to decide whether the dele
gates to the nominating convention shall
be selected by primary elections or Ih
old convention system. The Tillinanite:
favor the convention system, while tin
opposition 1b demanding the adopt ion of
the primary plan. The colored vote cat,
be had fur a "consideration, mid witl
the white uiiti-Tilluiau coutiugeii
would defeat (. apt. Tillman at the polls
There are thousands of men 111 bout 11
Carolina who would not vote for Till
man for snv nonsiilerution. nnd this con
tingent will have a voice iu tlie coining
events, and there is another reason why
Iillman may not Is'come governor
There Is a possibility that he may not
live to see election dav. Some of hi
frieiKhs openly assert that an effort w ill
be made to nssnssinate him. ('apt. Till
man is said to have received infoi inatioi
to the effect that a nnnilier of isiliii
dans entered into a plot to provoke n
row at one ot tlie meetings, ami iu tin
melee that lien. Tillumu should hi
killed, and then it should lie alleged that
the killing was accidental.
11 a riot should occur at any or the
approaching meetings, resulting 111
bloodshed. U is R L-enernllv seeeliteil
conclusion mat ne would ne Kiiiea.
That Tillman is bated with an tin-
comprisjiiisiiig venom is nut to Is? de
nied, and there ure linudreds of promi
nent men ni taioima, representing tin
Wealth and intelllueiice of the state.
who would l's.k uiion Tillman's death as
GORDON ON THE BOYCOTT.
in l ed,
Fifteen Persons Injured In the Llmuii
Aerlili'lit Ftigillerr Killed.
Ciiii'.mio, July IM. The following par-
tlcuhirs 111 regard to the accident to the
east bound tas-euger train on the Chi
cago. H-H-k Island and Pacific railroad,
near L1111011. Col., Mondav night, have
Is-en rweitvd by Ueiieral Manager St,
John irom 1 oiorndo nprings:
The acciilent H Currel at a bridge a
mile aim 11 hair west of Linton at about
o:-o oiiis k p. iu. Two slums of the
bride,-, which is alsmt thirty fit-t long
and lil'ti-cii feet high, were washi-d out
by a torrent. From the fact that there
was very little rain on either side of the
washout it is U-Ileved to have lieen the
result of a cloud-burst or a watersismt.
The engine, baggage car. dav couch
mil chair car went into the chasai and
wrre wreckiil Ixiilly. The slec-r re
mained 011 the truck. Twelve or fifteen
pie were more or less seriously in-
I, and r-ugiiieer McLomuck was
Physicians and a wrecking out
lit were at once sent to the scene of the
accident from Culorade springs.
The following Is a list of the injured
William Watson, of I'liehlo. I'o
head and face luidly cut and generally
W. V. Woodland, of Kansas Citv.
J. M. Thompson, of Duenna Vista.
Utl.. wrist sprained.
.Miss Aiuiie raiterson. 01 Moukota.
H. lii'ggs, uf Lincoln. Neb., head
John outs. 01 rliley. Kan., shoulder
bmtsi'd and back Injured.
Mrs. Mary Trnvers. of New York,
side hndlv bruised.
( '. C. Ilaiiim. hreiuaa. head aud neck
K. H. Ileidricks. baggageman, head
cut and tiai'K nurt.
U. llowlliis, head and hand cut. fhiser
It. V . Hull, news agent, face, head
and legs badly cut and internally injured.
r-iiitllieer Jlct onnlck ho not Vet lieen
found. His body is prolsibly under the
The wonndeil were taken back to Re
lis in the sleeiier. where they are re
ceiving liiednnl atteiidancs. The un
hurt imje-eiigcra have lieen sent liack to
t;oiorailo hiirlngs, thsnce to Denver,
from which tsunt they will be for
warded over the Kis'k Island's other
route to their destinations.
Georgia's tlolernor Iu Arenrd With The
Nkw YoKK, July 4.-The Herald
publishes u dispatch from Oovernor t Gor
don, of (leorKia. iu which the governor
states that he Is ill entire accord with
the spirit, tone and practical suggestions
of The Atlanta Constitution as to the
use uf the Isiyivtt as u iiieuus of self
reservation and commercial independ
ence if the useless and infamous force
bill becomes a law. He says that spirit
will possess and control approxiiiiatelv
every white man. woiuau and child iu
the Southern states.
The governor snvs that ever since the
bill passed the house he has llo-il that
some of the hopiiMu an senators would
be found patriotic enough, hro.ul mid
brave eimuiih to prefer the well lieimr
of the country to wrtv ascviidiuicy. Hut
if this hoie is not realized and the force
bill becomes a law he will use whatever
influence lie may possess to arouse the
southern Hnple to tlie nwesstty ol hs.k
iug only to their own exhaiistless re
We will." he said, "welcome to our
section all our c nin'ryiiu-a of the tioi tli.
who inav wish b. live iiiiioiig us. and we
will still protect ail rlieir investnu'iiis
and rights of property by impartial laws
and honest coin is. but we si idl coiin-ei
a return to the old sv-tem of (he elec
tion of representatives by a general
ticket if Heeds lie. or u nV-urt to llil
lawful, peaceful means 111 older to pro
tin t the light of i hisisillg tetu.-s. uta
fives aim to r.-sist tne wr '::g ol liaving
them cle wen for us by I ederal sup, r
The g'lVenior colieludes his di-p.iti l
follows: -We will still e:iil.in., 1 1.
keep huiii- and promote u-,l will U
tweeli the inees. and sinct rely hole tit..:
the southern i imjus-s will not ,IV n, ,.
their own pr.i-iitv bv nusortiii'"
with those whiw mad lH'licy tlueateii-
the well-Mug of ! 'th ra. es. We -bull
still hope that after these wars of at
parent reconciliation and of rotor,-, I
confidence, we shall not see the w hoi,
current nf National sentiment turned
backward and downward by sectional
legislation which has no swsiblu jiisti-
ucaiuin nor rational excuse.
DaI.I.AH, Tx.. July 4. Alsmt twenty
miles southeast 01 nere. in Unl Kiver
county, alsmt li ochs'k in the morning.
a party, stiptsised ti contain six or
seven men. Went to the house of An.lv
lonng, a hard-working negro, living 011
the farm cf Nathan (iraut. and called
him up. When he came to the d, sir a
Volley from Winchesters, shntiruiis and
filstols were bred at him. It is thought
wsnty-five slmtx were flrial in all. and
every one took effect, lie is alive but
cannot live. It is thought that he
knows his assailants, hut cannot sipuik.
as his tongue was cut in two by one of
the bullets. No cause is known for the
shooting, except that the negro had a
difficulty with some bnya. lie was a
Very resolate bat not a nnarrelsoine
man. ine an air is greatly deplored by
Georgia Lawyer Disbarred
Atlanta, (to.. July 24. Jesse Alma-
urn Baker, a prominent attorney of liar-
tow county, is the first white lawyer
ver disbarred iu this state, linker was
connected wrth winding up the Abda
Johnson estate. The accusations against
mm grew nut-or his service. Mistrial,
just oonelnded before Judge Maddox,
mulled in conviction, linker is widely
known, aud is a man of in itch jsilitlrnl
one or liu-
HALB AN THE TARIFF BILL.
Oue of the Seniitoi'4 From ninlne on What
the lli'iiiiiillonna Should Uo.
Poutuani), Me., Jnly 34. Sonator
Hale, at his home iu Ellsworth, told an
Evening Exsress reporter what the Be
publican senate should do with the tariff
bill. He said:
"It isthediityof the Republican senate
to stick to the bill until it is completed
and pasfed. It will not necessarily te
the McKinlev bill, but will retain all
of its gisid features. The first duty of
Republicans iu congress is to pass a
good, strong protective tariff bill. The
proposition which will be debated ami
passed upon by the senate will lie to try
and secure a foothold iu the south and
Central American nations, and to get
their markets for our goods. This does
nut in uny way interrupt tku working
of protective sv -tent. 'J lie free traders
are fond of dVcl.r i ig that ihe move
ment made by .Mr. U i.iinc-, and so far as
can be jiurfred by his message, ap
proved by the pi esldeiit, involved free
trade or reciprocity with the countries
of the old world.
"This has 110 foundation whatever.
The protective tar'!! uiw its benefits to
our labor, win, li iu the same fields has
a competition 1 , the underpaid labor of
tiiroiH-an count us. ine Miiwuioii iu
Central and South America is prccisel
opposite. They furnish the products
which we do in 1 supply, and which we
need. Wo produce and uiaiiufaotu
the things which they need ami which
thev cannol produce. Their market
largely iu the hands of (ireat Uritain
and France, and the money which wi
linv for their products goes to Iho com
tries, lnstend of paving for the!
products iu nioucv, w inch goes to Eu
rope, we oncM to ifive in exchange our
goods, uud we oimhi. by tivalv or I
legislation, t 1 Ii. business relations
between us, that Ih lr good-will con
to its and our u io.Is 1:0 to them. M
iiupre sioii i- tii.it a movements should
lie made Willi r l. teiic to sugar, not
iiivohing It with toe wool iptclioii,
CAN OF POWDER EXPLODES
Ntiriiilikly lidlll'lllK Seven I'el'kiills t'auaetl
Ity t'.o-i'le ne-s.
Kkh Kkv, lu 1., Juiy J4. An expl
simi iH'ciirred at I oelock Monday i
Carroll .V Horn's groeei v, completcl,
deuioli.-iir.g the building aud injuring
several i'isoii, I'heir mimes are
James Carroll, proprietor, hand blown
H and bo li binllv li, lined.
Uaniel ilt, ci.-hter Ked Key bank
cut iilhint the face and head.
K. Wats-'li, head cut.
Hairy Ma.Muud, hand lacerated an.
.lame- IX.'ikclv. fanner, was blow
through the roof and escaisd uninjured
The 1 xtilo-i'iti wiscnit-ed bv Mavimn
Illoiigl;t, My Jiuli'liitr II fireii-acll
111 wliicii siiurK litiiutod the is.wder.
ine e.,pio-i, ,n i snored at . oeloc
Moinl.i. nit iim hi. A telephone Ine.
saiie was sent I, ere for pliv-ician. 1 IV
spili.l'.'u. lii.-y found Ine store
muss of 111111-. IP tlir. .lit was cut
mi tlyii.j uinss. Tlie others weiv
struck from living mi-siles of every il
scliltioii. 1 i.e rool fcii 111 011 the uu
utimate vi. '.ims, and then, as if Im-ii
11 conipl"ti:u the wreck, the building
10k Me. if li ' hev,.c Work 1, 1 tile cm
Zens the hnd'iiiu was saved ami the uu
oituiiate men ii-rued.
DEADLY BOILKR EXPLOSION.
no Men Kill.. I. Tno I si. illy Injured ami
- II. I'll! si.ilileil.
Ev.vssvti.u:, l.i.l., Julv V). A terrible
expio-u ti , ,t a Inn -lung engine oc-
iriisl on the f irm ot .l.nne- Mai row.
Ileal' llllieeo n. AlUM'eW t lel-lllger
was kil'c 1 . 11 n.lit. I li.'i !.' Idle ha.
nee -Il I. i h-iiias b ..an, the en
gliieer. li .1 1,1- 1. sliatt -i.-l. was 111
I -.I'.d. d. He ca ;.
i .'-.ai i "v'.. head wa
ll"! l'' C ' - ef. iNllll
,y sciiiiiii. S'ver.i
ll -e- Wile
'I he wnvk Wi.
Hhi the IIImiiio.
LiNiiNNATi, juiy S4.-The coroner's
Inquest 011 those killed bv the recent ex
pl. toon at King's Mills has Is giiu. The
railroad, jsiwder coiuMiuy ami aome of
tne sunerurs were represented hv attor
neys. If the exploion was Urn nsnlt of
carelessness on the part of the railroad
eintiloves, ns claimed, the company will
be liable for damage aggregating near
ABOUT "ORIGINAL PACKA0E3.
The Three lroiosllinns Now llsfnre ths
tlonae of Hanreasntstlvea
Wasiiimutom, July 84. The original
package bill was not voted on Monday
according to the order of ths house
Adopted last week. By agreement ths
vote was ptMt,Kined one day. There are
three propositions under consideration!
First, the senate bill, applicable to In
toxicating liquors otilyt second, His
house Itnllcary oomiuitfee amendment.
subjecting all articles of commerce to
uis laws ot tne state; third, the snlwti
tula lirupoeed by Mr. Adams, of Illinois,
which Is as follows!
Hums tssiplo go through Ufa behind
time. If they say they will come at
o .1 , . .. ..
n. w.e7 n ihiii.,imi aim wneir iiwr urejigth, so that the case is
M.a.. p.. , u upmM.iitq tumj uu n I pOtTallOS.
Msnreky and good natnredlv. and are
mlhlly surprised if von inslnnata that Whisk, Marrel Kiplo.lnn.
you are displeaaad. When they die. I BtastlSfiMAJi, Ala., July t4.-Whlle
though, tluilr friends will be avengeA 5,ve,r,",1 """r"1 f" ,l""'"' V" !' J-
bneniiMa tlw.e will ,1..U1. ,i. minanison a saiiam one or ineln
bo ni,H they will proUhl, reach ths tirxlck M mntoh on a whisky Urrel. The
gates of heaven ten uilnntes behind time hlKhy took lire and the barrel exploded.
im iiiiu ineu otiawu. woaionore. Heveritl of the men were bail v
bnrned. Ir)inpt service of the fire die
He t'nderatood the Old Man. I narfment onlv nreventuil wirlntia mm.
Tlie little Isiy hud pounded his finger. Bngration. Willis Valleners. who was
and immediately set up terrible hullo- struck Iry a pieoa of ths barrel, was
1 ail loo. His father remonstrated with
him, saying that he was no longer ababv
and should act like a man.
'Out," said the youngster, hot wee:
his sobs, "if I act like a man I'd swetu
and then you'd lick me I" Exchange.
He Is Coin, to Htlek to Him, Too.
Matron You apls ar to be Very fum
of your little playmate. It Is pleasant
to seo such love among chll-ln-n,
The liigger (Hie Yes 1.:: he's gut el
pMlliy to spend. Life.
Ths Dally Clllacn.
Is always nllvc to the intrrcsts
Asltcville nnd its people.
Is the most nonuliir ndvcrtisiua me.
dium in North Carolina.
Is rend bv a trrrutcr nnnilier nf irnilr
.k .i... :
...n, mtj v.livi VWUIIir UIIIS.T 111 III?
Is nlwnvs filled with the choicest rend.
ing matter nf the day.
Hoarding1 houses fill their rooms bend.
vcrtlsing in the Citiikn.
News, and nil the news, makes the Cit.
ukn grneral favorite.
wo rctnil merchant ever made n pnt
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In the Citixrm nnvs
the advertiser an hundred-fold. 1
'.'.10 sell llitooler
-.. . a . I ..
. Y ily '.'I. -V
! W'a ,ie. lud.. ere
i ill il-! .ilolnbiy,
m i. 1 ion an I wi.l
11 a si lis-, lb
NlAHAllA l'l I
II. Wellliatl. of t
ated a .1.. 1.1. -I -el
H" l aiae iu du 1 : ,
s.-lne c- mi a..i u. . el I
str.-lie.l iiii,. tin pi. :!Mi:o giotituls. nnd
tbiJ king it was a ii.-lel t.-.s: off lii
clii'lies. Iititig iheiu on n fence near tin
brink of ihe cnia.ee:. and went to shi t
in dcr a tree, ihe il 'lhos were folli d
by some wiirlilueii. at.', it was thougn
to Is- a case of iiiii .ier or suicide. Willi
the police Were nun ning Is-low the fall
fur the Issly, inlelliLtetice was received
that there was a man lit the lsilice sta
tion who wanted a suit of clothi-s he
had lost, lhey were broaght to him,
aim ine mystery was exilainel,
A Femnlii llnralnr.
IIisitiin, July .'I. -'I he sillce hers, otj
imtice from liiilialo .Mnuilay. arrested a
woman giving the name of Marv Wil
sou. who is wnuti'd iu llullnlo for rob
bing the lioiisi' 01 ,1. (1. Miller. Thro
trunks tilled with miscellaneous vslun
bleu, worth -i.'hsi aniveil here from
Hochester, iV .. Sunday. .Miss Wil
son sent an expieni.-in for them, but
the jKilice had t old the railway ieople
not to give ineiii up. .miss w usou then
came iu nerni. and was arrested.
When accused 0 stealing the contents
of the trunks she tnokii down and con
teased. She will lie returned to DulTulo.
Illsst Flirunee Kaploalon.
Mii.wai kfk. July '.'I. The blast fur
nac of the North Chicago rolling mills.
at Lwiyvtew, expl doil an an early hour
Tuesday iiioruiiig. I aillv bun. ing John
H. lwis about the In iul and back. lie
will recover. Two other employes were
slightly injured, The daimoju' to the
luruace is siittiit.
r, lle.huill tvtll Not Aerept.
M-w niiK. July '.M. According to
an evening isiiih', (hoi. A. T. Unshorn
says that he will 110I accept Ihe din tor
geiierniship 01 iiie worms fair at Chi
One Hundred and Set iil r-Foiirth liar.
In the s,ti ill The turllT bill was laid
nshle fur lie revenue marine hill, hut
afterward taken up. Mr. Vmirhees made
a set sishs'Ii. J he senate then adjourned
as a uinrk 11I ress't to the niemnry of the
lute Keiiri'sonlaUve w alker, of Missouri.
Ill the liniise The tlilinliui I'lm til nf the
death of Mr, walker occasioned
The Aaltcvlllv clllacn Ulvea
The latest Iiwiil news.
The frrshrst State news.
The la'St gcncrul news.
C.cncnil anil SK.'inl cotuniciits.
The largest subscription list of nnv
secular piiH-r in the State.
I lie lK.-st ailvcrtisinu mcdiuni In the
A full stalT of iihlc editors und corrce-
1 he neatest, newsiest nnd must enter.
prising iimkt in North Carolina.
us cuorli arc nlwnvs devoted to the
upbuilding and development nf the re
sources of the Stntc, particularly the
Subscription. AO per milium: 111 six
months; CO cents per month. I
Ladies Fine Kid Gloves.
We are sole agents for the
celebrated Mather Gloves.
No hooks, no buttons, no
strings to tie, showing in one
touch three movements in
one. The most simple fas
tener known, yet the most
We replace gloves that
break or tear the first i nut
tried on. Can fit your hand
ill R! IM ROC :K HOTK .
In 100 Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. 0.
Willi gloVeS at tllO COUUter. I a modern first clnss hotel.
lilectnc liens in every room.
All sizes aud colors in stock.
IM)ST1(1 IUIOS. & WHKiIIT,
No. 11 N. Court Scjuai-e.
W.A. Hlaiii. J. V. Ukown.
No. 3a Pattou Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We nre now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
ic generally 10 call ana ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offering at rock
tottoiii priceK. Undertaking
i siiccinl fen tare. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 7", night 03.
BLAIR & BROWN.
Hot and cold water nniljlhatha and toilets on every floor
Open Hit In ortit'c slid unites in hed rooina. utlk-e. riinin
room, lunch counter, dsnr am! news stiiiul und bar nnil hlllianl runm on llrst Hour. Illec-
tric street rnrs pass iloor every so nunuica. minimum unu nunviuc rulirouu tutlug bouse,
20 minutes for meals.
RATES, J.oo PER DAV.
A. G. HALLIBURTON, Prop.
3. M. BRYAN and WAI.TKR URKKN, ClerkH.
SMUT'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
We tldlvcr to all purU of the ilty ur own Hitttlltiu Hxuort Ueer Ht
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Onr liccr in kept at tcntiKTuturv of 40 ili'urcv- utul wc uunruativ you 11 fn-Hh art kit ui
11 time. Till! TKAOli St'l'I'l.lUI I'HOM
THK I.KADINU '
V WINE .. AND LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THE STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BIIXIAKD ROOM,
I Ml il P UIIU M IPIiriflkir at si
J. A. MARUCARIIX. Mi'r. I nUi f0 0. Blnlrl 01, ( Hdn.llLLtt U
FOR SAL.K BV.
BUNCOMBE BRICK & TILE COMPANY
Atiheville, N. C.
P. O. Box 426.
Terms Bejfn Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
Fifteen commercial course olh-rcd diirlns Ihe vear. IScc cnt'ilovue i,nii-n 4.l-:l.l flnU.
coIIckc In North Cnrollnn wllh n-Kuliirly oritntincil S4-h11.1l ot I'otiia-al mid 8it-ial Sclciux-,
cxlrndlnu tliroiiKh two yenrs. tCMtu..Kin- Imitr A-i-lU. Hscvllcilt S,-!iol of Civil liniiiti
errlnu. 11'ntHlnKUe pnKc. Tn-ki . 1 ruK-rior St-hools ol l.iiii,;iiiii(-ii. riiiloNO)hv, Thcoloitv
and Natural Hc't-nccs. Apiilicnnta ailn.ltttil to it 11 y con ism vt-hi.-h they cim liursuc vilU
advantaac. Uvcr 1MI courses this year IcadiitK to ileum's hat oh ii to iiii, Adilrcsn
Trinity College, N. C
JOHN F. CKOWLCLL,
Randolph County. -
Th enMrr iick ol
IMalctl Jewel rj ,
iuluthur line Itromlu. Mntttmii mtrt HmiT
1-3-0 NE-TH IRQ OFF
McKurdleaa of cost, as we Intend la tlie futun
to keep nothing hut Molld Gold aad
Sterling; Mirer Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
WITH WATER CLOSET.
Hull llulshcd In Uuarter-
Houth Main St. AacUI
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Western North Carolina Invlaloa.
IA38HNOHR TRAIN HCHUIIIILB
llM RS.aCV M.reli Uttl
rsth Meridian time ssnl when sat other wis.
" WllmlnKtonJ 6(Mijim
" New York,
A IA am
I a srmm
1 (lApm T 3iism
I 1 20pm
lially, 1 lolly
1 1 4am
6 A Sam
1 1 (Minm
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED
finished throughout In Antioue Oak. I'sHitr noil He.-L'iiloju
Sawed link Willi, druis-d with l.ini-ru.tu-Walton.
1'or further Information call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, JeflVrson Drive.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
A short dlatancr from Ihe foot of the rtnuaclciif the lilue Ktilsc.fr.ini which luilsnniic
hreeies are runatanlly blowlna. Tlie sevnery la plclunnuuc, walks wild and varied, and
water pure and abundant.
LITIIIA WATliK A I'UW BTIII-8 I'MIIM I'HONT IHMIK.
III.IICTHIC IIKI. LH ANII IIATII HlMtM
M-KCIAI. MATF.M UIVKN TO FAMII.IKM.
Oaena Juna inI. For Ttrrtua. nddreaN
J. DIILOW liRWIN, Proprietor.
Dealer, in Wall Paper, Window Bbade-and Patent Handera,
PalsU. Oils aad VaraUhea. Marary's Mlaed ralnta and Colon
P reach and America a
W. keep la stock at. Lualaand Keslacky Lead.
Window tllaaa, bulk
134Aamt7l an am I
IN BVKV COHNTV IN
Western North Carolina
I TO BOLICIT SlItMtcKII'TIONH PuK TIIH
A. . R. R.'
Lv Hot Bprlsas, A it.
Ait AeheTlllc, Arr.
Ar. Henrieraonvilla. "
a 40 p m
700 p m
B07 p m
' MUKPHV bRANCH.'
Iliaily eacept Bnntiq.
Tab p m
Noa. AO and Ai. Pullman Mkwnera Imm I
Orernahoro and Mnniatowa. I
nm. as ann ns miimsa Bom-t RteetSn. 1
ars lietween Hot Hirlnaa and Waahinatna. I
aanevin. is nrrasiaat station ror No. Bo.
' Dinner " " " aa.
Hickory Is " " A3.
w. a. winoiiaia, n. r a,,
Aahliu. M e.
JAB. L, TAV1.OB.0. P. A.,
waaaiaataa u c
A llheeal commlasloa will lie paid. Some
oat owaln a knrat preSmed. Address
II. D. CHILD.
luljsdaiwt Clllacn Offlco.
ANBW DRRII, earrrully pre pared hy lead
In. Biemhaea nf tka .Im.wIIU har , at
A net narehment aad hea Sat nanerl. mam
I erlns all see. ..a" potnta, Juat out and an
oa .om at la. orne or the cithus rvau.N
I nm caw. No, Noctk Court an ore. (laala
Udllor Aahevllle Citlsrat
Thai our many friends may know how we
are arttlna on wt will atalc that wt look la
In Hotel and Blurt
9,000 In Vive Week.
Took In Inat Katurday over B7O0. S7B of
that was hotel, hnlanc attire. Hotel reals.
tend 3S that day, Had fl.WMI arrival. In
t months, tlur at ek Is mammoth Boo feet
Ions and IB fret whit. Tell the balance of
tbt world to come and see "(lid Chad" amlle,
and bay Roods uf at and aavt 10 to US par
nnvlB dtf B. R. CIIHtlliaTRN At BON.
Cjh.101 uki Stricture. Painless to Use.
Mco, $1.00. BoldBaUSmggliU Bsnlla
Vkta ptckag i Bibbw Syrinfft hi II. SO
POH BALII II V
RAYSOR A SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C