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ASHEVILLEDAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
By RANDOLPH-KERR PRINTING CO.
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J. CARSON'S N11WS STOKtt, North Court
FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 18U0.
LIKE LIGHTNING'S STROKE.
ELECTRICITY MO BETTER
PERSONS TALKED OF.
Civilisation Hal Mot Gained In
Mubatltutlna; Tula Mew Manner
of Executing the Law A Helen
tlflc Opinion by Dr. Sbrady.
The former home. In Marietta. Ga of
the late Alexander H. Stephen! is owned
by a negro.
Emperor William ha Issued an order
that all government factory workmen's
children who are weak or sickly shall
nave a nouaav at tne seaside at the gov-
An account of Kemmler's death, more ernn,ent' "pense.
hi detail than was given in last night's The highest medal award this year by
Citkbk is as follows : the Ecole des Beanx-Arts in Paris was
nncn tne preparations were complete carried off by an American student, Mr.
nodded his Henry Gardiner, of Niantic, Conn., a pu
pil of Bonnat and Lefebre.
When we come to look upon nil oflice
holdiiiK ob we do now upon jury duty,
m trsSeST; s c nrr t,,e 8troke of liKhtninK u,,on
whose duties when proR-rty ilisclinrKed "-emmler there was no movement of the
are a real burden, but one borne by noble muscles nor twitch of the nerves. At the
minds cheerfully because it is n duty and expiration of seventeen seconds the cur-
n pleasurable duty to render service to ,(mln,(j
the warden then turned and
head to some one who stood in the secret
... .. . 1. .. ri " . 1
iuuiuiii luciuuuiwuco, mere was a .. a. ....: n i j
niptrnn..!.i..fn-fi..i. .. . Mr. Augustin Daly being called to tes-
...... w ..... ..gun: tjfy j0
in iiicmuir mm uKrauiiKBuunaoi strain
ing straps. Alter that convulsive start
During this month Ave in
tend to clean out all summer
We have gqt a large stock
ot Lawns, Doth plain, striped
and checked, wnich we will
close out at New York cost.
Ladies' fine Parasols We
have a few left that are worth
3.50 to $4.00, but we will
Wf,l. R. PENHIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
Aahcvllle, N. C.
P. O. Box P.
M i... 1 . I I
.on vuuri some munius ago was p Inaa t urn rn at- 'i Ml) nnnli
asked to define an original plav. "I can- 4lle8e , : , An l ,i nnds
not," he replied. "Why not." demanded , fo! i V S
theiawver. "necm,. " .uiH M. n,.i ana are uoinir at a banruin.
'there is no such thinir
as an original
den away with a white face to order the
current renewed was only a reflex muscu
lar action. Not so with one physician,
who declared he would stake his i.amc
tunt lie could bring Kcmmler buck to
tuners, una to oe conscious that you
carry your full Blmre ot common burdens
for common benefits. Just us no good
man shuns jury duty now, no good mini
seeks it. It is undertaken in a distinct
and conscious spirit of sell'-siicrilice lor
the good ot the cuimuunity, whose mul
titudinous blessings nil enjoy, and whose
burdensome labors nil should shun.'. Col.
J.J. Durgun, of Sumplcr, S. C.
The Killing of Kern tiller.
NllHll,,,, lunnm. 1.. IM. I. I IV
"".uiuc uiiii line iiib inning on. i tunt lie could bring
Kcmmler never npKiircd to better ad-1 conscious life with brandy
vantage before the publie than when, in
the gloomy basement of Auburn peniten
tiary, he quietly consented to being killed.
It would lie difficult to sny nnythiiig
harsher of this murderer. He had been
bad nil his life long; and if at the last he
seemed somehow to tit in with the sur
roundings in that is to lie found probably
all the justification that can be found for
putting him to death.
It is true he killed a woman without just
cause or provocation, us the phrase has
it ; out tlie latest, if not the last, thought
We have a food line of La
dies' Fine Dross (JooriM and
Prince George of Wales, whom the A rnilllHIlgB WllHiU We OlItT at
"best society" of Newport has been lust a reduced Price. A U'OOd
dying to entertain, is said to be a "gc- stock of SiltoeilH JUld (lillg-
iimi, iiminDie, stupid KnglHh boy." 1111 niS
ell as princes are prettv nearly nov-
nlhM thm. ilm.B Il: ' ' I,
While the physicians were examining
Kcmmler in one minute mid forty seconds
nfter the current had stopicd Kemmler's
chest began to heave, startling mid horri
fying the iiectators. The doctors, how- cities these days Prince Oeoree is well
ever, declared that the miin was beyond enough equipped mentally for spending
consciousness and some thought the ac- British tux puyers' money
wiiivii .mi ucu mi umi bciii mc war-
It will pay you to examine
ur line of Table Li
A son ofNordenskjold is following in
his father's footsteps as an Arctic ex
plorer. The young man is one of the
three naturalists who have been sent to
Spitzbcriren this summer hv nrnr nick.
In the meantime G. G. Bain, a Wash-1 son, the Swedish millionaire, whose Inrire
mgton newspaper man, had tainted and contributions in behalf of Arctic discov- B0STIC BROS & WltKSHT
and lay noon the bench where he was be- cry have given him a world widcrcputa- '
K uiu. I mill.
With a rcnewul of the current the figure
. I... i . I ti : r ... .
union Biraiiien iiBnirailsl " : niiiiivcraury si mciioias inntivin S
A great reduction in every
line, as we nre going to make
a clean sweep of all summer
goods if close trices will do
PlTPPIffllf W. Ti. Ioaglaa Mens an
vAUllUn warranted, anil every pair
kaa kla name and price aiamped en Dallam,
GLEN ROCK HOTEL.
In zoo Feet of Central Passenger Depot.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
Fln Calf mm Lcm Vfmtmrmrt tivmla
Tha stwllMiM suirl wfxarlnsT nualltfM of thli whom
eannot bs better ihowa than or the itnD wwtoiw
nifJUIss Of IDOUHUQI Of ooiuuui '
cnnimnndi luwlf. 1
A Sne eU Sao I
in the chair
No. 11 N. Court Square.
but the lungs again filled. The warden birth has just passed uncelebrated by the w ......
and his clectncal helK-r were anxious be- r-hn.ivini.f nf ,. m. W.A.liLAIU.
yond measure und two and oniMiunrtcr hnuv,nl8t8 of the world. Chnuvin was
r ll,.. 1 mi. x,. .. . I men smoKe wasoDservt
; "hlu.j n mm suiyect is Kemmler's back, the body was still, and
that killing by electricity, anymore than the current was again turned off.
by hanging, docs not act as a dctcrientof ""e uniuestionably dead," said Dr.
this the worst of nil crim-i Tl,. MncDonald, "and he would neyer hnve
iiu.i-u uncr uic spiiBui ui urn i anocK naa
the current we had been maintained
minutes utter the current had been reap- IJorn nt Kochefort j fought for the revo-
plieu the switch was opened and shut lu"on nna 'or ine nrst empire; was
rapidly twice. wounded seventeen times and lost three
Each time the body in the chair wns nnRers ; got a "sword of honor" from the
lifted by the shock. The shoulders lifted "public and the red ribbon from the em-
to the level of the tops of the earsandthe mre,nnd a pension of $50 a year, and
icuiurcs contrnctea. I ugs w u.
Then smoke wns observed curling from
J. V. Buown
. ...v um iui-i inui cannot IK" coutrover-
A will made by Frederick tlie Great in
171, during the the first Silesinn war
is printed in the first volume of "The
Wars of Frederick the Great," Just pub
lished in Germany. It reads as follows:
stronger current." 1 1! they kill me I wish my body to be
Dr. oprudy, who is editor of the Medi- ourneo in Komnn Insluon and my ashes
cnl Record, and who witnessed the exe-1 t0 oe.mclosed in an urn at Sheinsberg.
cution telegraphed an editorial to bis I In this Knobelsdorf his architect! shall
paper irom wnicn some extracts are here I a monument tor me like that
given: oi noraceoi lusculum."
"The lengthened agony of suspense re-
XOKTll STATE EDITORS.
ine minungton star comes very near
to being an ideal paper. It's only 'a
notch or two off.
ted. What the speedy killing of a murder I twenty seconds, and a less time with n I"1 nm ""' KinS o long as 1 am free.
er we menu alter one fair trial while the
whole affair was fresh in the public mind
might do we shall probably never
know, for reform in that direction is not
even hocd for.
All this being true, us we believe it is,
what public interest is subserved in kill
ing a murderer? We are not by nuy
means pleading for him. We are rather
pleading for the people; for the judge
and jury whose awful duty, as we call it,
it is to try him and say he must be killed:
for the jail officials who guard him that "K""s edifying to such as hope for
thev nw kill l,l,. r... .i i provement of the old methods.
- - ....... .u, .1, I4111IUJJIJ
wretch wc cannot otherwise think ol
him who actually docs what the mur
derer himself did; and finally for the
thousands of jicople who witness the de
It still remains true that old saying
thut the "worst use you can put a man
to is to hang him ;" mid electricity docs
not change the situation.
Wlial a HlKliI II Im.
The New York Herald wants to know:
Is it fair to hold llenjamin Harrison (re
garding the efficiency ot electricity as a
means of executing criminals has been
finully terminated in the legal killing ol
Kcmmler, us was anticipated. Death
was instantaneous. In so Inr as can be
judged the unfortunate subject of the ex
periment died without pain. The Swc
tacle presented was. however, bv no
tliough science has triumphed the Ques
tion ot humanity of the act is still an
"While we allow that electricity has
beeu a success us far us ktllimr is con
cerned, we ni us t also admit that we have
gained little if anything over the ordinary
method of execution by hanging. The
preliminaries of clcctro-lhnnasia are tar
from pleasant to contemplate. Along
side ol those for hanging they are preten
tiously horrible. There is something
more than weird in the preparation of a
lueuiuc, tne ueiioerate nxation ot 1
victim, adjustment of electrodes and
No. 3 Patton Avenue,
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD 8TAND
We are now ready, and in
vite our friends and the pub
lie generally to call and ex
amine our well selected stool
The editor of the Henderson Toma
hawk is perfectly satisfied after one trial
atMorehcnd that there is no use of a Which We Ore offering Otrot
mnn irvini? to wniip nr awtm nummm I., i
ocean." He had his private doubts be- OOttOm pi'icCH. Undertaking
loreanntnetmngnaatooettled. a Special feature. Calls at-
tnousunu ucutns in contemn atine one
ntnble for the l.il.i ,.f w,n which more thun offsets thequick though
Harrison? damnuble 'tuking off.' The horrors
The Sanford Express says: "The edi- tended day Or night.
tor m rupiuiy cunvaicscing irom an at
tack of typhoid fever. He is both a weak
t nd a thankful creature." Had the Ex
press editor lived in Asheville and drunk
fixation of the I city water he would not have bad ty
Telephone, day 75, night Go
BLAIR & BROWN
i lie president is entitled to credit for
the linn Rtuiiri It.. l.B i. .a
tcries. It may be no less to tho .liu-r..,i;i l!lcn t'1"-' oiert quickness of death.
There is something else to be thought ot
The vocabulary of the editor of the
Wilson Mirror numbers 87U2 words nil
adjectives but 323. Hear him: "We
of the son it he ims been trvim- tn .X l.hc lntter ""S't have been triumphantly m" 1 cr l,le n'Bnt "lore ex(uis-
nioncy out of a traffic thut the father has ,lolle thengonv ot the criminal during I tely beautiful and entrunciugly lovely
tuc preparations must lie terrible as com
pared with that of hanging. It becomes
... .. . it imtiiiiih fnir..ifin ll iiiiitifinu I
sen responsible I . . . , . . I sky. hns been wavinir her silver aeentrr
I . O ...... I . ui lll.,lllllUCIUBI - " " 1 I
than they have been for the past wee
Fair Lunn, the majestic Empress of Un
denounced us demoralizing und criminal,
nut young Uurrison bus attained his
majority, und hence is himself res
lor wln.t lu' ilo in ,,r ,i... ... .i..
Wuonutknowtlmtnnn.l.rf.Jfe m?t5r.y. ?' from.the "tnmmcd throne of night
Beninmin Harrison ....i.i" r - ..." ..V . . nousa.,w ""d and filling the earth with a matchless
, u..u,i, iui mi ...iMi.piimu ui wuui urn instrument ol nt :nil.-rllml.l , ,.:.,.. ti
doings of Russell It. Harriton. What has "btle power may do as compared with of mdammhk loveliness. The
been done is simply to print in significant eitllcr the "T'K of ro' the HriP of the !T heavenly, for every object,
juxtaposition the fn ii. . 11 nrrottcr. the smart of the Tcrout, the bathed in purest streams of stainless lus-
,, : : ooit oi tne ouuet or tne chop ot the axe, I tre," etc. etc,
..fiiiuinnoiiericB wane kiis- ana yet to narncss ugntmng and bolt it
sell B. isn't. Of course there is the infer- lllrough the human body is thought to
cnccthatifR. B. had been brought up one oftllc ud antes of the nineteenth
iiitlicwayhcshouldgo.orliadaniuborn "T Inexperiences in the Kcmmler case.
sense ol the eternal Illness of things, it I m spite of nil theprccauiions taken, have
would not now be possible to sny that 8l,own many difficulties in the way of the
the son of the President of the United f"rnl "'lopt'on of the methods. It is
Sim... f,.r .1- r.i ... . far from simple in its anphcAtion. It re
states, lor the sake of the money it brings quires clnborate and careful preparation,
bun, is doing a disreputable act. It multiplies machinery which without
It is not a very edifying siiectnclc that cxl,crt manipulation is liable to fail in its
,-..-.... ...,n ..n,i.niiiK uic enoi is oi a tne executioners and siiectntors. It in-
mnn in the greatest office in the gift ol creases the expense of executions, but
the people ofthc greatest nation unearth.
Yea, He Doea.
The mnn that can't simr and won't
I sing deserves the sincere thnnks of a mu
sical community. Somerville Journal.
worse than all. in the necessnrv nrennrn.
tion of the victim there is cro ivded upon I
him in a few seconds an amount of hnr. I
ror and susicnse which needs no compar-1
ison with any other forms of rnpid de-
whoin Docs he Hpeak For?
llie Miislivillc Amencans Washington molition snve those of being thrust into
A great many jicople seem to have an
idea that the whole end and aim of the
Farmers' Alliance is to pass the sul
treasury bill. I for one do not believe
any such thing. They simply want re
lief from their present burdens and they
nre going to have it regardless ot pnrty.
the muzzle of a loaded cannon or tinl In I
a dynamite bomb."
And now what is to become of this
part of the law under which Kcmmler
No account of the details of nnv such
execution, beyond the statement of the
act that such convict was on the day in
The entire stock ol
Including fine Binoche, Buttons aad Brace
1-3-0 ME-THIRD OFFl-1-3
KtR-ardlesa of coat, aa we Intend la the future
to keep nothlnR but Solid Gold aad
Sterling Htlrrr Jewtlrj.
ARTHUR r.i. FIELD,
South main St. AsbcTllie.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Hlgheat
w. in icn Tru i ii if nirnmii. u.
racni Kcport, August 17, 1M8B.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Westera North Carolina UlvUioa,
PA8SBNOBR TRAIN 8CHBDULB
I TBth Meridian time tiacd wlwa not otbcrwlar
Mr. Blaine called on the president at
Cape May it seems, to convince him that
McCorkle will not be a candidate.
OOBIS 'WITH BOARD.
A lew desirable rooms with board. An-1
Ply to C.J. MeCAPB,
aagiut4dtf. 34 Orovt street.
They do not enre a straw about the u
treasury bill. Of course there arc a good question duly executed according to law
many who do, but they arc men who do ut the prison, shall be published in anv
not understand, or who do not want to newspaper. Any person who shall vio
utidcrstnnd, that the enactment of such late or omit to comply with any provis
a law would subvert our whole system ion of this section shall be guilty ofa
r, , , V "v "'i puiwr-1 uiiauciucunor.
nullsm that would result in a short time I
in nn oligarchy.
The great niflM of tlie former nre In-
impracticable nnd who look above nnrl rK,prOC,ty With the ,outh Arlcan
beyond it for relief. They want a reform 'tntcl wn more important than the
intnetanlt laws, want a Inrgcr volume McKinlcy bill. The president refused to I A TLANTIC COAST LINB
of enrtvtirv ntirl thrv unni .ni: 1 1. , . ... . 1
i .1' "Ii.!"" I.?' "S.V,V convinced, nevertncicss Mr. Blaine On and after thl. date h. fhim.u.
wn . ; niv tZZrSJru-. HKht and the president wrong. &Jtt&J&" Vork,
Ji.eir'idenrrity " l "Y Ut UTlCS S0RTII CAROLINA. No. n-tSSSS StSSStE T 10 t S'
I I Arrives at Colombia. ll.SSa.ai.
it the Alliance mem lie rs should oromul-1 I r.,"ctl,,C wltn trains to and from all
Kate .tatcment in effect like the above CntJnw,b1 co,un7 11 fr oke M KM SSSSSSiJSSSPtki
it would mean a mn v Hint th.. ...i.i ior iuukc. it la sola tnatl
better secure those results inside the
democratic party than out.
But we fear that the Washington cor
respondent of the American is not an
Alliance man to any great extent.
" New York,
. T. M. BMBRSON, Oca. Pass. Agt.
J. F. DBVINBT. Oca. Saol
At Winston there are rumors afloat
that some democrats are nlnnnincr Itn nr.
fganite a big stock company and publish
the hottest democratic weekly paper In
I wic vuuiury inert.
TUB spectators at Kemmler's death
found the new method of killing a mur- Whilst Senator Vance was delivering
j i ; i . i t i i m I.. . . o
ucrer more uurnuic muu nungmg. i ney ms speech on the taritr in the Senate last
soy Kemmler was tortured during the week one of the democraticsenatorsslept
suspense of getting ready for the turning through the entire delivery. This sleeper
on of the electricity. But the idea that instead of showing disrespect to Senator
murderci i will ever be sent out of the V.nncet n du't intended to compliment
world In some pleasant, courteous, slm- "ZJ&
1 . !.. I i 1. I III l , . . I . , . . . ' . . . . I .
pic, pninicaa nuj mui. win auoca noooay pininca oy saying that be bad implicit Are recommended by the best artists. Coma
is a mistake. Moreover a murderer either I confidence in the preacher, and knew that and examine oar good, before, buying atas
does not deserve that much considers, i" W jV'd do tMn riBnt, and, there- whers at No. ii Paon avanaa. Tanlag
tion or be delves more and should not TtkUJL ' " "TS, , .s a mi
m bbbj wwtmnmm w wva
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Cheaapeake and Concord.
CONTAINS NINE ROOMS, INCLUDING BATH ROOM FITTED WITH WATER TCL08ET.
lPwcdlkthUMu0i,!!LA",.l.'L,,,. ."k Pn.r.,0.r and Pt Hall Unlnhcd In UuarUr.
wea I ak. walla drnprd with Llncru.ta-Walton.
For further Information call on
G. H. WALKER, No. 5, Jefferson Drive.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
PASTBST ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST!
Asheville to Kansaa City te 17 hours.
AsheVllIt to l)Mrl In AI knar.
ABheViUe tO lUfl VMnlmM I'.Urnaasalm m.
" " SSI U UBTBi
. .'ii iS 1 Tr"'",8t- l?"'s to Kan)
For mil huonaadoa call oa or writ, to
B. A. Newland,
. rn.trlct Paasenaw Aarnt.
No. 10 Patton A... AabcTlll.. N.C.
J. CHAHITOM, O. P. A., Chicago, III.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL,
McDowell County, N. C.
AN HOUR'S RIDE FROM ASHEVILLE ON THE VEfiTFRM atORTII fiADm III. daii an.n
- w. . .. Wn,,whinn nn 1 uivh .
A abort dl.tance from the foot of the Pinnacle of the Illur RU,. fmm -1.1. 1.
brecKB are eon.tnntly blowing. The acenery is plctureauue, walks wild and varied, and
water pure and abundant.
LITHIA WATBR A FBW BTBI'S FROM FRONT DOOR.
UI.UCTK1C BULLS AND HATH ROOM
MPKCIAL RATES OIVKN TO FA MI LI HS). . .
Opcna Jane int. For Terras, siddreaa
J. BULOW ERWIN, Proprietor.
FITZPATRICK BROTHERS, "
Dcalersln Wall Paper, Window Shadeaand Patent Hanarera,
Window Olaaa, aotk
Bdltor Asberllls Cltlaeai
That our man friend, may know how w.
are getting oa w. will state that w. took la
how aaa store
9.000 in Flt-e Weeks).
Palnta, Oils aad VaraUhes. Maaary's Mixed Palnta and Colors.
French and Amerlcaa
Wt keep In .tock St. Loahaad Kentucky Lead.
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HOUSE.
A - Word - to - the - People - of - Asheville.
bs killed at all.
awake to watch him. Greensboro North I
"Nob. Bo and Si, Pullman "Bleipm beiwaes
Orern.boro aad Morriatowa.
Nob. BS and BS Pullman Baffct aUeplna
Car. between Hot Spring, and Washington,
Asherills la Breakfast StaUoa for No. Bo.
" IHniwr I a.
Hickory la ua!
W. A. W1NBPRM. D. T A.,
JA. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A., ArtTUto' Cl
Waaaingtoa It C I
it far thl. territory, but C.
TheStrinway Piano Is sUllthereeognlMd Standard f .h. w.m .
tared BS that day. Had 8,000 arrivals la I 1 ' WJr '". omt people cannot quite reach It. ..i ,t
moaths. Our stock Is mammoth SOO hrt A. B. Chaaa Piano, whirl. 1. ..1.
long and IS feet wlda. Tall the balance of . " ",a r "" s next to his.
the world to com. and eea "Old Chad" .mil.. Dee" snd by other houaes who w.nt.H
aau Day good, or as and sare 10 to BS per Falk keeps It light hers.
aoTlSdtf S. R. CHBDB8TBR a SON. ' prices I may not get rich, but I make a host of friend.. '
The Ferrand Vote, Organ will b. something new 1. the mark- su.
Wlleoi ft White, Kimball ft Waterloo Or. . . . . . . "
To the dtJsena of A.hevltla aad rlctnlta I teema. .1.1. ,..k- . . o.manaea aod sold oa good
would annoane. that atSy .ho oVcolT? "" 1 w,,h ' to "eretood that when I s.11 oa In.Ullmm.. .... t
wlBhtokeepthela.trument.1 do not retain all mn a
ia, Baggie, and Carrtagaa manufact. abova t h- . ' mun " amounts paid
.rlWrn-MamS " 'h"'-' 'U weight
w urea, woere to Day a Piano or other Instrument.
UQOIES,. OARRIAOEtr aUCAUIiriilNO.
M. Ma. n I , . .1" . Ww
. . j m .Muica, 1 am net
ter prepared Uaa var to do work la my lis..
ciaiuaa. ana Mnect utlafulna ..i
My workmen are nperiencad and skillnUaad
y charm are moderate.
T . B. pcwtiTTa.
C. FALK, 35 North Main Si.