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ASnEVILLE DAILY2CITIZEN : TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1890.
Iu tliu l! h:-l:i,' ttea Mutter Al
must I uivi'i-siiUy Coii.mouded.
Croat Interest Taken In the
llut t'w Conttrt'itHnifu Huvs Any Word
of Oimiu.. 'I Li.rdahip, tha Urltlah
Prtmiler, Convicted of Direst Lying Ai
Arbitration Would B Ma OrMI Sur
prise V lews uf Loudon Fupsrs.
THE DEMRINQ SEA LETTERS.
Sir. Illafiio Unlveranlly Commtndad for
II is rel?liiu Arbitration r-o.-ilble.
W shivoton, July 87. It In some
what ft- miknole thiit the svc'rutury uf
atnti? ih" id U- almost amvemtlly com'
nit'iiitriil fnr Iiix uttoriincua to Lord Salis-
bwv n.ii' . Sir Julian Pauncofote concern
inx tho li-lirl'iji 8e matter. Yet thi
th" Hituutiun at the Capitol. The
curi'ixiiniiili'iico, or nt Uant that portion
of it wliirii '.iiu-arcd iu the local puiiers.
wax veiv i;u;n-.;illy rcail by iiiemliers on
both 'a of the chamber, aud scarcely
suimtnr w is In h.i found who hnd not
acauuod the report of the correspond-
Only a f. w Mrtor partisans, had any
words of iviimiih to otter. One of these
won Jml : M'-lVrnrT, of Kentucky, a
u.niiiliir ot the committee on fort-urn at'
faun of Urn ti. u-e. He t)i"Miciit that
fir. rl.vm' lint imt cxliioiied '.lie back
bono which w-w to have I'eon exiected
from him. Hn the other liu'l. Senator
Mork'nn, i f Ala'oamu. a memiivr of the
sonuto cotiiiultti e on forelK'U relntlolie,
was oi.e of ihe very warmest iu praine
of the lmimier in wliirh Mr. Maine has
exihiiiiiHl mid maintiiiued the iiosition
aiiliii'd by t'ne t'tiiled SluteH in the
cntrovemv. He did not attempt to
qualify Iih priiiio, but rlmrai'terixr the
1.1a me Iritur us mtrlv documents,
which will always rank us riuoiiu; the
very lvt of the statu ianein in the
morii'iin archive. Sir. lilaitie has
Slainly couvi, tei tlie Hritiith i?rinir of
irect lui.", r.cco.iiiu j to view of the
rMat uiu i H'l.iitor. in.il there can lie no
iuiMtioii that he had by far the bi tter of
On tiic K-; ulilican !d there wm very
fretierul rejoiciuif over the ion of
the I'ni'.ed Mim. Every senator ou
that nide "f the chamlMT. without a sin'
file eam; in ii. ,nys that the eiirresiiuiid-
tmu l i". 'in ii t'u'i,' lr ot that tile ihwI'
Hon Mi"i:iin d bv he (.'overninent in the
correct one. o one team tor a mo
riciit thi't iheotitcme will lie niiythit'tt
but a t'.'i. iidly M-tili'iuetit. but it will
probai.iy rr ,111.0 -nine time liefi.re the
end be n ii I'.iil. It i- aumed as a mat-tt-r
of cour.-e that in m ite of the fact
ttiut tlieii- lint, leu u tcminuai v kusi en'
sioii of neji'tiatvuiK, the iln Hunatii' ret
reHciitiiiivs of Kai(la'id mid Mr. illaine
will a .m try to b iritr n'miit a settle-
Uieiit of the coiitr "Vi-ikv without the in
tervenlion if uulni I- tuirtlen. but it will
mrpi'iM ii one if t'ie Bunifestion of.ar-
latr.itiun hi luieriiAtioiml fl'iierenciii tie-
tiii'iii i .iih. im on the Aiifricau conti
lii-iit. mad " in the p.m Aiuerii an con-
eii'Mi. ithall llr-t lw put into eltevt I
tweeii the irre:itet republic mi the
rartn arm tile it a tent couimrrclal ua-
ti in in hie maid
Keprev'iitaiive Hitt, of IlllnolH, the
chairiiiaii "f th h"iiii cniuinit on
f ireiiin iiffnirs. think tlie ciirri.pind
nii'e on liu n..rt of the itlate Ueiartinent
''i very n'-.y iiuii.a riil by Sei-retary
libiiee, an I he d"e" nut hittate to ex
iiieM h-H adii.iratii.n of Mr. Uiaine's let-
tern. "The c mini: tea on loreiirn af
fair-i," he -a'd. "will hardly do auythiuit
in tin- nia'P r without eonnultntton with
the Htu'K il.'t ar'.melit. A the matter
ft audi, at pri'M'iit, tilero ia uothiuit to be
dune. 1 u l e the correopondolito U Hill
iu pr cle."
jir. M'n h talked with other mera
berrt of tin- ivtnmttteo. and he wivs they
uie pit i.'eu wi.u uie itaua i.meu by Air.
Iteiin ntativH MeCreary, of Ken'
ttn ky. m wim chuiriaau of the f ireiitu
lilIatM i'i i.iur.ltoe Uliiler DellliHTIl'lc ad'
lniiiilri.r. u 1 1 the In 'line, utated that he
l'lieved ih it the mutier wuiilil be Fet
tled by ar ittntmn. He did nut we what
was to be done lulu the Ciriei-mnd'
e'u'ii vr b: procrcw. "The cmitro'
Verne." h- id in Ci'tn-lnnlim, "l at iiren
ent in no lintter hliHw than it wan when
Liay.-inl went out of uluc over
(.'Iiairmin Hltt haa ordered copliwof
the coiitite!iii i to lie printed lor tue iwe
OI lUe collilnllti
View nf lll Lond PrM,
Lnxi' .Inly z'. The Teletjratih re-
CTi-tH tin :..( ii:y or tlie tone or Sir.
lilaine in ili i Ihlirtuii itea diniiatchea.
"binrlii'i'l." i' "H vm, "i Mroug ei)oo(h to
t culm ami conrliv.ua, anil In atinicient-
Iv find or H'ace to dirivird Mr,
lilnlne m i 'tniaiice. hiiKlainI U.i.- no im
mediate i'it. r. t in the gneittion U-vntid
eeinu rail plav. llie Ulapute, rent In
on Iimio'v. ti.'itiin. recordi"! rich: am
Itiu ll 1 Mlii ile(e, CilDHtilUle a dear
ca for p ! lence." It concludes with
the MikV'V'i. tnat Kmtf Hiiuilo-rt, of
Italy, or i .ini4-ror Williain be anked to
mrbitriit"' llie matter.
The T in"" wvn "The mronpond
ence Icivi h ina'tem wnrne. L'mler the
aim l-r Itiili.eiii of imrty prmoure
Proxideiil Hi..ii in and Mr. Illaine have
become more e.-;acriiiK, and have ad
vanc.ii. in an irreconcilable epirit,
clanii" iiImiiiI which they onue expreiMwd
dilb'li in e. ihe 'lucatluo it now at a
di'iol I.h k."
The I lirilrt mm "Mr. Elaine
prove- hiuiM'lf an aider man In con
troversy tliaii Lord Hulinbury, althouih
havnif a w ro cnmi to di lend. The
Teprewntntiven of KnIand wiein mere
bnbiii! in ih?. Iinndn of Mr. lilnlne. It la
obvioiir that Lord rialinnurv, at an early
ti-riod of tlie disciinuou, liecnine H'tixi
le of bin inferiority in dialectic skill
to bis opponent. IcmI his teuiwr and de
Ulairately liniilied .Mr. Llaine by de
clariiiK that he conducted the negotia
tion!! iu tin? Intel ttn uf a party, and not
In the ipttii!'. ot the country, Clever
a Mr. Itlali?e'M loirlr may be, however,
it doe not idler i he fact that no claim,
Kuwian or American, no admission of
John iuiiicy Adaum can convert a vast
open sea into a mare olausam."
(limit Hmm f.ir Coat Minor.
Wit KrxHAHHK, July 7. The
Lehigh Valley Coal comjiany imned an
order lent Monday that until further
DM Ice all its collierlin would work on
balf time. The onler was remiinded
Kriday uiorniiiK. and the varioua mines
will continue to work on full time.
Over n.imio miners are employed by tu
After Cot. Ilerlrrrt lloU are Oa, and the
"liimrnl Tula Oats the Penlmmoa."
MiiNrii?MUiY, Ala., July M. It has
been tlmiiifhl that Representative Hillary
llerlxa l would lie renominated for con
KrM without opiMisitkin, but a?a-ar-m'inre
deceplive, and it is now said
shut the Alliance is afU?r his mhiIu.
It is remembered that lierfiert de
ctanil aituiiint the subtreaaury hill some
time iiii, and it has develoi?ed that the
Allium e has been on the still hunt for a
candidal The Alllanoe Herald of this
city, has lawn buny In gettiiiK views of
illllerent prominent men on the subtreaa
ury hill, and Col. A. A. Wiley has print
ed in that mper, of this week, full
Date letter, cxiirowdnii tho warmest ay ni'
pulhy for the lanniiiK; in i crests, and in
speahiiiK of u, Tlie Alliance Herald Hays;
"Tho contest is now likely to prove
very interest iiiK iinuexciltnK. um. vvuey
has a host of friends who would rejoice
at his exultation to no prominent and in
fluential mi ollice as representative In
congress, ami none can aount mi enu
nent aliility and capacity to All the posi'
tion with credit to himself and honor to
his constituency. The farmers are par
tial to Wiley. This alone is sulllcient for
all the polilicnl iloxs Tray, blanche and
8weeilieait to be turned loose on his
track and burlc lit Ills heels,
Tlie convention meets in this city on
the 81st. and liels are freely olTered by
Alliunceimm that Wiley will bent tier
liert, IIci Ik'iI has returned from Wash
ingoon, ami the It'lit is on hand.
Will Mioiiifin tuie Jule HhuicIiii anil Col
ton r'Htirlr l.onerally.
Canton, Miss., July 811. The stock
'lol'lers ut Uie Mississipiii Alliance Iuik
,'inn factory met here uud oruani.eil hi
lei linu n U'Ui'U ot ilirecloiu II was uc
'idi d. ut this ineeliiitf, to miiiiutauluii
into haniiliiK and cotloti fain u s neiier
i v, llie proposition to iniicliasi) tn
uclorv pivpi'ity from the Alliance was
reict te l. Uie miielipi'Tv oiitttt was or
deidi and il is expected that the factory
vill lie in lull operation in three im-inlis.
We urn ilo n on tlie tnrcc mil, ami no
1 hut the cuiiserviitive element of the
ivliole country will mute mid devise
navs ami meiiiis to kill out that mla
HIGH RENTS IN MACON.
Teiiunts lli-i'lnrv 1 'hey will Have to l eave
llie i lly to (let l.lllllK Itlltei!.
Mai'hN, tin., July if. Tcnuits In thl
.itv sav llie leuls an1 iilirtviwiiiul.lv bluli
Hid on every hand coinplainls are lieanl.
It is claim, ii that landlords nali.e ill?-
net that the scarcity of houses places
. hem :il their mercy, ami lliey clnilL''
my price lliey pleiise .S!.v'ral iiicri'liiiut
leclare lliev will have to leave llie city
rii.iv sav lliev can not stand llie leuls.
In one case the landlord wants an in?
'Ueasc of ?.i kt cent., mid thai, lis?, on
i business that is of such small volume
chat the merchant u ill tic forceil to move
int. Tin? house is alsuil I ? leet wide lu
lu lone, and i"Uol in a lii'sirnnle lis'niion.
mil the iiii'iciiscii n ut win mane it cost
die tenant 'i"0 a year.
A MARRIED MAN HAS HER,
The t'Hllll'l- ('tilled ell III! roller to llli
Hllll to lleeover Her.
Al'iil'ST.v, (la., Julv 3U. An old ueii'
tleiiian ii.iiiu-d J. It. lauk?r, has Ihimi in
hiscjti tcachiui: music nuioiu tlui fa
Ciiry si.ple, Ills imilty daiik'hter. Mis
bainnii. was with mm. but went tn live
ivith her uncle's family in llarrislniru.
Uut now the old mull is in troni le lit
I'epoi'led al jailicc heaihUiirters that a
iiiarrieil man named Charles Zic-l.-r hud
run oil v ilh hisiliiilKhter. anil he wanted
help to ni over her. A notary politic in
Haiiihiirc. S. C, save be married a con-
le llie davtheolil man s iliiiiiihler ilis
iPIH-artMl, ivhouavethi'ir iiiuuesas Kiiima
Hunker ami t narli Aiiiston. iiieuiii
nan is L'l'e.itlv illslressed. it is thouhl
hat Aiilsloii Is all ussumeil name foi
.eiuler. and that the i-ouple are some
win re in nilli I aroliim.
The I Mil tt.illiHU's UriMip.
I'll ITTI , M II 1 I T.'llll.. .Illlv 'Jit A luillf
a month uun u siucuhir uiarriaite tisik
nine., tvliii'll lias lnHfltl ki'lll II yt'S't. Ml'
C, A. (iallnifhcr, aieil 3n years, became
the hiisliuud of Mrs. M. J Mi ran. who
kept a isuiriiiui; iiiiiim' in winch he limile
lii Iii.i..., '1'l.M lirl.l.. IttiM eliilil.jiii ..ttrli
as olil as Hit new luisiuiml, ami ilesireil
flu, ite.tti'r lw. Lent sN.r.t lint fl... Intl.
uiacy of tin. old lady and hur husband
cieaiisl unpli'iisaiituess, ami a married
iliumlitor ot llie now .Mrs. Uallau-licr
went to llie court l.oa-e ami asi'erlainisl
fl.u lii.-la in tin. ens.. Sl.o nt.il l.a.r l.ri.tlt.
ers and sisters are ipiite indignant, but
llie oni luuy is serene.
They Hold tho Nraro (lot Kowt.
IliliMIMill.iM. Ala.. Julv 811. Word
has just la-en ns'eived of the h nchiiiK uf
il iiliknown neuro near Ai Rii.lclpina, lu
llloiiiit cuiilitv, l eilnesi.,n . Inr ull as
sault on a Kill only lt .wars old. The
le-ro was a trump, nml met the i;iri
iloue In the roinl. wlii-re he ucnlc a Imi
ml assault on her. A crowd of whin
r.uers caiifhl the m uro, carried in U.i
..i I. who ideiitithsl him. uud then the;
uitit olf into tlie missis. When I hey
returned, someone asked when tlie lie
itro was. uud the reply was that "he ko
luat, uud lliey lett III in.
Williamsburg County Convoulloti.
C'll.tHI.KKTiiN, H. C.. July till. An olil-
clalcull has just Iscn issued forncountv
convenlioii of the stmii;litiiut I N'lnis ruts
f illlallisl.uri; colllllv to lie held ul
KiliKstrii-, next Monday, to take counsel
I each oilier as to wluit measures sliotilil
la ustsl us IsM culciihilisl in save tin
honor of the stale a ul H e integrity nf
the Ileniocratic party, l-orlv proininenl
farmers of I he coiint v bine sikihhI llie
cull, ami ipule a ir.il ln-i iiik Is expected.
A Itlld lloilli.l 'e 'lie foot.
Watkinsvii.i.k. (i v '.'tl. Mr. W.
lf..l.il,H n :i.s-.i,l.il,' m ..( rtl...u..lr In
the font, lie had ...inlimr witli
several other yoimi; ;.,i a id. reluruiiiK
Ills in nue. was stun iiiik in thovaril
.- ,v , ami oil Ills lulu
and the si.s'li under his arm. From
some uiikli ?wu ciiise the nun tired. It
is ieiiie.1 iiy me iiiiiiiiiiiik pnysiciaiis
that his font will have to I taken olf.
The iHvaimali Kiilolon.
Savannah, (la., Julv . Tho coro
ners Jurv liHscoiii'hnleil its invpsllifHIIon
ot the Slow i in up or the itullanl Isjurd-
UiK house, j lie venllct was that the dis
aster was the result of an explosion by
some agency unknown. The iieKru lirlil
on suspicion has been turneil loose, it
is thouxbl lliitt nltro-irlycerliie urdyuu
luite was the agent Used.
CATHOLIC INDIAN SCHOOLS.
Lively ftebale Vpoa Them to the Ult4
WAHiilNirniN, July 87. la the senate
Thurs'luy, durinv the discussion of the
appropriation uf $150,000 for the support
oi mo luuian scnooM, Benator Vest
biuhly oom;llmantd the Catholic
auhuids fur Indians.
Mr, Vest oi.'.Kjsed the Introduction of
lystom intended to abolish denomina
tional education among the Indiana. lie
poke of an official visit which he had
marls to an Indian agency seven or eight
jwnn wi mum ins o "serration of the
work of the Catholic church in sdu
eating the Indians.
A school building which had been
rected them by the Cathollo chnroh
was then standing? there, unoocupied be
OMisa the niisnt wrmld not inirmli tka
Jesnlta tn tench any of the Indian ehtl-
arsQ, nis opinions on tas subject wsrs
fixed. ThaJtwulU had succeeded bet
ter than anv other nannla llvlnv In tha
diisation uf Indiana, Whatever preju
dice, tf that was the proper word, he
tnUlit have aKalnst the Hoclsty of J eras,
he had In sav that mtmh as an arlnnatri
If the CathnHos war oVilne betta In
dncatina the Indian than other de-
nomination, h was In favor of the
Oatholicsi and that if the Presbyterians
or the Baptist war doing better, he
was In favor of them. But he was con
vinced thai to Catholics war far more
ffloient among the IraHan thaa any
Pruteatant deuomlnatloa could be. Mo
other denomination could take theur
place, because the Indians, like all other
people emerging from barbarism, had
received religious impressions that were
permanent He did not care whether it
might be called religion or superstition.
The Indians were Catholics and would
remain Catholics. There were tribe
which hud received some peculiar per
sonal influences, a direction towards
particular Protestant denomination. He
knew a tribe in Montana', nearly all of
whose members had a distinct leaning
to the Baptist ohureh, through a per
sonal regard for one or two men who
had gone among thum, lived with them,
and adopted their traditions to a certain
extent; and there were some English
missionaries in Alaska who seemed to
have lioen created for that very work.
The dir 'Usui. n was continued by Mr.
Teller, who ajioke of the Catholics a
the must successful educators of In
dians: and by Mr. Jones, of Arkunsas,
who gave figures to show the great dif
ference iu expense lietween the govern
ment schools for Indians and those car
ried on by the religious denominations.
MAKING MOUNTAIN DEW.
Two Large Illicit Ulatlllerla oa tbs Top
of West Virginia Mouutalns.
Pahkkiihhuru, W. Va., July 87.
The revenue department here has re
ceived information of the capture and
destruction of two of the largest illicit
distilleries iu the state. Due of them
was found on the headwaters of the
Little milestone, on White Oak moun
tain. Summers county, by Deputy Col
lector Ko'uert Saunders. The still had
it capacity of sixty-five gallons. All the
apparatus was complete, A large
amount uf moonshine whisky was also
captured at this point, but the uioou-
The other distillery was found, after
a forceil march all night, in a dense
hemlock forest at the top of the Alle
gheny, iu Randolph county, Deputy Col
lector Starke, the captor, found here the
largest and most complete moonshine
distillery ever erected in the state. It
bad a camcity of eighty gallons, and
was running a fine stream of rye whisky
wheu taken. A full complement of
mash till is, worms and a large amount
3t wlmky was also found. A in the
other insiauce, the moonshiners escaped.
A TRAIN TRAGEDY.
Ooaduetor Arrested for the mfordet of
BbOOMiNOTON, Ind., July 87. Conduc
tor Charles Arnold, of the Louisville,
Now Albany and Chicago road, was ar
rested Friday morning, charged with the
murder uf his brakeiuan, William Hu
bert. The allidiivit is made by the father
ot Hllliert, who is a conductor on the
About a week ago Conductor Arnold
came iu from his trip and reported that
nis ursKeman, nil Pert, had become vio
lently insane and had jumped from the
running train and had been killed.
The lather of llilbert alleges that now
he has evidence that Arnold and hi
brakeiuan got into a difficulty, and that
Hilliert wa pushed from the running
train and killed. That was in the even
ing. The death was not reported until
the next morning. Arnold now Is in
jail. He denies everything.
The lll-ratrd M?a WIiik Had More Thaa
the Lawful Nniulier Aboard.
Rpd Wish. Minn., July V7.- The gov
eminent In i-ectors have secured the
names of 21 1 s.?rs'?i'S v. ho were no the
ill-fated steamer Sea Wing, which was
wrecked m the storm on Lake 1'epiu.
The sU-nuiei .ind uarge wen by law to
carry only I .'5 is?: sous. The penalty for
vluliilleli is severe.
Til Hl Slipped and Killed a Child,
Akiion, O., .Inlv ;7.-- At Lakeiiew, a
few miles m nth from Akron, during a
ball giitne is'tivit ,i mil item dubs, a bat
shpii'd from the ha? Is nf a player,
striking tin- K yenr-i-: I child of John
Sawyer, pro'lm ii g uplines which re
sulted in i ! a' h.
fm Iter Hll-I '
KanusC iv, .l it- ;;.-)nrln(fadis-
nuteoiiiiii -iv . . ii l.'.Mti. Ark.,
Thiitsdav. V.'. il . 'iirf. .n. ex t'on-
federate. li rn . :'.o 1 t . pi. illiHin
LUing'cii. c 1' .'.o.i so ul, aud bis
Ill ' .1 Old Ae.
Akhon. o., July At lins-kville.
twelve i:i;'e- north fr-ni Akpm. Henry
atebl.i:?', an I Ms vea s. th- old st pio
neer ll. .in ' ivi.ihi;., Ilulile.1 iVmllirt-
lay by i-:ii.; h'. t .-.at. Th"cau-e
was a ilre.l uf tue iuliiuiatiua of old
III the t'liioM, ( .,iarclotial llUlrlfft.
(Iiiki :v ! i . o., Ji -' fl. The Item
iciati. co-i ntioti I t the Fourth con
iresaii?iisl d.st. iet h i- caul over 'HiU bal
lots. Aielei sun is still III the lead, but
the field is practically ngainst him.
llkj Kin? at I rli.iuna, Iowa.
('kdaii Kiripa. Iow.i. Julv 87. At
Urbsinia. Uctiton coiintr, Thumlay, J.
D. linrrell's store and the Maanhio and
ildd Fellows' halls were destroyed by
lire, Lu t:Ki,iHK: insurance snialL
Wyoming had a ureal blowout Wsdnes-
Jsy Id honor of bar Hinltli?n lute the
CRUATIiS ninny a ikw ImuncM;
b.LAKiili!t many nn old business;
KliVIVKS ninny a dull butinet;
KliSCI'ES mnny a oi buninc;
8A VHS mnny n tailing huinr;
SHCL'MiS tucctn in any business.
To nilnrtinc luiliciounlr. use the ait-
umm of'Tbt Citiicn." tiycrvlntily rtaih
it; and in profmitiim to tfie rtlurnt it
vivldt advei linen, itt rata are the cIkud
est in the eounti r.
The Dally Vlllacn.
I nlwnva nhve to the interests ol
Asheville nml it people.
I the most iMiniilar advertisinir me
dium in North Carolina.
Is read by a greater muntier of nrnnlr
than any other accular pnjicr in the
1 alwavs filled with the choicest rend.
Ing matter of the dnv.
Hoarding houses fill their room by ad
vertising in the Citizkn.
Mews, and nil the new, mnkc the Cit
izkn general favorite.
Mo retail merchant ever made n grant
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement In the CrriiKN nova
the ailvertiser nn hundred-fold.
vivsiiii w winsH- vHiinngwgvTi ai mnrm
of all In trnlnff trrnilh U. A. Oortn
Ik If MWM f .MV, JwUatWAJT
The Rpporfs Which Come to Us
From Central America.
Are the Salvadorlansor Caute
malans on Top?
This Is a QiisHtlon Which at Present Is
Bard to Dreldo (his He port Bars the
galrsdi.rl ??i- lliivs Won 81a Hattlas,
Anothrr That They Have tteou Boated
With a Heavy Loss The Latsst,
Raid lo llava Inr ulnd Onalemala and
Won Wi llalllsa.
La Lmxivr.il, July 87. New baa
been received here confirming the re
ports ot the success of the Salvadorluu
force lieyoml the frontier, in (iuate-
malan terrilory. The Halvador army
has now gained six battles uud has cap
tured uunptities of arms ami snuuunl
tion. Mnny have l?eeu killed and
wonndea on notn .lues, me saiva
doriau forcm aro now iiushiug their way
into the interior of (Guatemala, and are
meeting wiih success at every step
Ureal enthusiasm tirovalls. The inten
tion Is to ovei I hrnw the govermuout of
frtwideut Unirilaa la-lure coming to any
agreement witli Ounteinala. Salvador
is determined to free herself trora the
yoke of (ii: iieiuala. and assure her own
liberty ami iuilf.cu(iciice.
GEN. EZETA'S DISPATCH
flays They've Licked the (luateinalans
(lul el Their Hoots,
Nrw Yoiik. July 87. The Herald ho
Baxi a A sa. .Inly 8 -The (iuatemalan
gnvi -.ii, with t lis intent lou of helping
the a- ill.ivlcuiiein, onlereU two of
Its l . , enuriils to invade our territory
with troops. They were .lalapa ami Santa
Kuaa, who uiijny the repiit.-iliou of being
vsryl'eTie llieywure ilrlvun out of bal
tsiliiriini lerrlinry lu two great battles.
l'wo bloody bullies Hint followed en Uua-
lemalHii terrilory, iu which the Salvado
llaus were v.euiriu.ia. caused great loss to
the enemy, wuu losi artillery, g ins aud
auiuiuuitiuii. Salv.ulor has proved ths
Justice of her cause liy force of arms and
will uot sobcii nor ii'-cvpl a ieace that Is
nut uonuruli.e. r mm the xiiirl we did not
care to provoke w.,:-. t'AHUis tiXTA.
Klva (llorl.ioa VletnrlM.
Another dispatch was as follnwsi
8AM bALVAUiili. July '.M. We have
gained live glm ions vieiorlet over dilute-
mala. Our form s are uuiv opersliug an
tiiiHtrmulan territory. Our vessels of
war are large. Amaya,
Dlreclur Snlvadorlan Telegraph.
GIVEN THE RAZZLE-DAZZLE.
Oaatarualans Claim to llava Llafoaled the
At tho (riiiit-malan legation the fol
lowing has been ri'Ceived:
Ut'ATKMAI.A, July '!. Kzeta s army
havlug attii. koil the iluatemmsn forces
situateil on ths frontier, were di -f rated by
our army miller the cuiiiiiianil or (jeu.
I'nyoluuo Sail Cues,-. Tli- enemy n tlml
In the greati-sl dlsonler, ulmnilnliing
Gustemul.in trrrllorr, which they bail
Invaded. Tiers luss.-s were heavy and
they lull lu the b.'.mls of our army three
oauuous, aud all their niiiiineius.
Advises Prom Tefiirilg.i!pa Vndar Hate of
The Herald has the following!
Tmil'ctiiAi.r.i, ll.iuiliiras. Jims 80. All
this country is gre.i: )y ex.'it"iL Kvery
village aud town has Its tinojis In readi
ness, as a revoliiic.ii l rkHs?ied at any
ninnieiit, ai il Ihe i"Vei',ti.?iiists sie. they
say.urgiinUliigl""ii si In Nicaragua
Theusaas ,:eii,u . ... president of
Salvador and li :i I also raiierd
much exoileiiient. 1': 1 "if II igra-u, of
Houduras, lias a b-s.- , rdof Ineiiimiuiid
him all I lie lime, . s l f urc l he may
kllleit also. 1 le ! ' i il S drailor nu I
lfiiatem.iluwillsi.il it tvai, and tl. t
Nicaragua Is to help -. "adnr, while Hen
diirsa I" to prevent Ine Nicirnguans 'n???i
doing so hy mil a-luiv ' t horn ti pass
thniiigli her coil' . .' ..n I left II olal,
Nicaragua, a h fc was rss-iy lo
mari'h, aud retriiiinig tvas goiug ou ae
tlvuly. PRESIDENT MUNI DEZ'8 DEATH.
Ths lUaalt of a Treaaonabls Plot, llaadsd
hy (Ira. bsala.
Nrw Tung, July 87. -The World' ad
vice by mail from Man Salvador, under
date of June 84, give a graphic descrip
tion uf the death of President Menrndex
on the night uf June it. A ball in honor
of the Inauguration nf the republic was
in progress al the palace, wheu a mili
tary revolt occurred ou tlie street, and
numlssr of soldiers rushed madly into
ths hall room, causing the greatest ex
citement. While the panlo was at it
nelgnt uen. Menemies appeared from
an upper room, with bis sword and re
volver in nana, prepared lo neaa nl
guard in nuelllng the disturbance. Hi
guards, however, bad been driven to
their quarters l?y the revolting soldiery,
Iran. Meiieudex imasod ainuim the tur
bulent masses, loudly sailing for hi
guard, wln ii smlileniy lie dropped nl
word and fell to I he ground, a noon-
clous. lie had lieen attacked with con
gestion of the brain. Ill friends worked
with him all night, but to nn nnrpoea,
and at A o'clock in the morning hs died.
uunng ine confusion nl tn night ins
mutinous soldier and the guard had
numerous rights, during whlrh Oeu.
liarciul and nv other olilcer and aev
nteen soldiers were killed.
The W orld roriw-tHitident asserts that
ths outbreak was the result of trea
onable plot, tn lender In which was
Gen. Carl. Kxeta, the present provis
City of Ukxkii. July UT. Tb Gua
temalan minister hern has Just received
advlt.es announcing the formal declara
tion of war against Halvador,
Mew lUd la Niagara Pall.
Kiaoara r ai ia. N. V.. July 87. Tha
new railroad, known as tha BnfTalo.
Thousand islands and Portland, which
t to give the llonie. Water town and
Ugdensburg toad ouniiectlon with Buf
falo, has secured rlcht of war for
nearly ths entire distance from Buffalo
to Suspension Bridge, and ths work of
construction will he rapidly pushed.
The road will substantially paraUes lb
Kit and tfw York Central.
Th Asbeivlll Cltlan Ulvasi
The Intest local new.
The freshest State new,
The I lest general new.
General and special comment.
The largest subscription list of any
rctilnr pnr In the State.
The beat advertising medium in the
A full tafl of able editor and correa-
i ne neatest, newaieat ana most enter-
rlsirig tinner in North Cartillna.
It effort ar alwy devoted to the
unbuilding and development of the re
source of the State, particularly the
Bubacrintioa. 10 Per annum I S3 mi
month frO cent 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
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We replace gloves that
break or tear the first time
tried on. Can fit your ham;
with gloves at the counter
All sizes and colors in stock
BOSTIC BROS. & WIUOIIT,
No. 11 N. Court Square,
W.A.Hlaik. J.V. Bhown
No. 3a Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lie generally to call nnd ex
amine our well selected stock
Which we are offeringntrock
bottom prices. Undertaking
a special feature. Calls at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night C3
BLAIR & BROWN.
lftvltilliiM Am llriMMthit. Ititttnii Miitl hrmr
1-3-0 N E-T H I R D OFFI-l-JJ
Kfgardtess of cost, as wc Intrnd la thr luturr
to keep nothing bat Solid Oold sad
aterlmg Mirer Jrwclry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
South Main St. Aaheyille.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wesltra North Carollaa Urlsloa.
PAMKNOUR TRAIN BCMKIIULB
lltt Rvrscv Msrrh tl.1l
TBth Mtrldlaa Umr eard wbra sol otbrrwlai
Lv. Koui iliT
Tviiminaxna I niniurai
" l.rnrni?urs, 1 a ao)rra 11 nnam
- wanninrtoal 7 lorna i ansaai
Haltlaiara. I aAOntal Uftaat
" I'hlla., lisornn lOSTam
" Nrw Ver,J 6 aoam I 0i
wasr sound. INo. lt(TTrlo SI
Lv. Nrw York,
Lv, Hot aiirtaas, Arr
Ar, tfeadrraoarllle, "
TOO p in
07 p m
Tlialir rirrpl auniisr.) i No. if
Xr. "Ashrvill, ArTsnAeiri
It 10 am
I AA p m
4A a m
A 10 s m
Hoa. AO aad Ai. Pullman U...n li
Orrmahnro and Mnrrlalnwa.
No. AS and A I'allmaa halht Alarnln
Cars btlwtra Hot Atninaa and Waatnsstoa.
AshsrllH? Is arrakliut Atalloa for No. AO.
MIcsottIs " a a .J'
W, A. WINNtmN, n P A.,
A .k..HL. td I
jaa. L. TAVIia.O, P. A., "-
wasaiBftoa u c.
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In xoo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
A modrrn ftrat class hotel. Hot nml cold wntcr andtpiatha anil tollvta ou every floor.
ftWrlr Isrlls in every room. Open Are in office and iiriitra in lard rooiiia. 1)1 lit-, dinlnn
rojTn. lunch counter, duar am! news atnnd nml l.ur unit lilllliinl room on lirst lloor. Ulec.
Iric atreet cars ?na door every UO niinutes. Kicliiuoiid mid IJanvillo ruilruud inllim house,
HO niinutes for meals.
RATEH, fi.oo PliR DAV.
A. G. IIALUYBURTON,Irop.
J. H. RRVAN and WAI.TKH UMKKN, Vlerka.
SGHLIT'S MILWAUKEE BEER,
Celebrated the World Over for its Purity.
Wc deliver tu nil purls of the city our own llutllinu lixnurl Ilcrr ut
ONE DOLLAR PER DOZEN.
Dur lat-r la kept nt n trni?rnturv of 40 ilcKrcca mid wc uuitruutcc you a fresh urticlc at
all times. Tllli TKAIIU.SL TI LIHIl 1'KnM
V WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE .
IN Till! STATU.
FINE. SAMPLE AND BILIJAKD ROOM.
j. a. NAM, AoT. M...r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
-FOR HAI.K BY-
Asheville, N. C.
Terms Begin Sept. 4 and Jan. 1.
PI ft reft rtimmprriril roumrfldlli nil dur) tin thr vtar. (Set' cntnloitm ImuiH 4'J-.t.) Ilnlr
collrKe in North CnruMnn with rritular-y oruumted S'hoil of 'tlituitl nml Hm-ml H.4eito
CKtenditiK thmiiith two yeiim. iCiitiilt'iim inue A 4 -(14. KitvlUnt Kehool of Civil tinifiit
rerinv. ('ntaliiue pnK 7h-hi. SutH-nor HehonlH ol l.ttuuiriK. IMiilon'sphy, TheoloKy
nnn Nnturiil ticfe-ncr.. AiiiHvHnt adniltu-d to any toumcp wht- n they can iiurauc with
KdvantMRV Over liM courc thia year IciitlliiK to derrei hiit okh to ull. AddrciM
JOHN F. IKOWIXL, Prenhlciit.
Randolph Count? Trtuily College, N. C.
CONTAINS NINE R00M8, INCLUDING BATH
Hlnlahed thmuahout In Anlluur Oak. Pnrlor nnd Kcccntlun Hull Anlalicd in Uunrter.
Hnardliak Walla ilra?rd wild l.lntruatu.Wull-in.
rur further Information call on
G. II. WALKER. No. 5, JeHeron Drive.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell founts. N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON
A abort dlatancr from thr foul of the I'lnnuilc of the llluc Mliliic, from which hnlsumlc
limtes an? constantly blowing. The scenery
water pure and abundant.
LITIIIA WATItK A PKW HTUI'H I'KIlM
m.UCTKIC IIIII.La AND HATH KtNJM
NPKVIAI. rati: uivkn tu VAMILIK.
pena Jutta mu for TcrniH, atddrt -
Dealcralii Wall Paper, Window Hliadt-aaud Patent Ilunicera,
I'slsls, Oils aad Varnlabrs, M saury's Mlicil
We krvp Is atnrk at. ttslsanil Krntarkv
IN BVKN V COUNTY IN
Weatern North Carolina
TO AO I.KIT AtlHHCKII'TIUNH I'UK Till'
A llbrral cnmmlssloa: will m? nald. inm.
oat awnlns a horst prrftrrrd. Adilress
II. D. CHILD,
lalyadrkwtf eitlaau Ofltcaj.
A NBW DRHD, carvrslly prrpsrr by trad
las? aaraihara nt ttim 1 k.ni- ,.
Anrst narrhmrat aad hravv flat immri n .
tela all a.rmary polnta, jaat oat sad now
aw at tat nfflrs of tk Crrnaa 1'vai.iaa
Ca, Mo, Nrsrtk Coarl aoaars. flaalnt
& TILE COMPANY,
P. O. Box 426.
ROOM FITTED WITH WATER CLOSET.
THE WESTERN NORTH CAKOLINA RAILROAD.
Is ilclun-aque, walks wild and varied, and
LOW KKWIN, Proprietor.
I'alnta and Colors. Window Ulasa, bulk
Udltor Ashevlllr Cltlarn:
Thht our many frirnila may know how ws
arr an ttln oa wc will atntr that ws took la
In lintel am. Ml ore
9,000 In Vive Werki.
Took in last Mstanlay over roo. 17(1 of
that was hotel, balaaav stors. Holel reais
tend IIS that lay. Had O.OOO arrivals la
a month., Ourat 'rk is mammoth Soil feet
Ion and 18 fret wide. Tell the balanes of
ths world to corns and set "Old Ched" smile,
and buy Roods of us and savs 10 to 80 par
nnvlrldtr a. R. CHKDKaTHM aoN.
Cuiuiui u.a Slilcturi.
-M. Uf .? I .
rrlM,$1.00. BollkvaUDrattUU Sa&tla
VUUO pKUgl vuk JaHMT BTTUCt h ILOB
. PON RALB DV
RAYSOR Ii SMITH, ASHEVILLE, N. G.