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ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1889.
A VISIT TO THK HOVAI,
From Thence to Hoiilh KeiisltiK
louWhere the Famous Museum
Ih luspecled and Home of Iih
Woiidi'm Hie Described.
London, July .'til, 1SS',).
Hditor Citizen: This is t lie day thai
we longed to have willi us all the hoys
and girls in HuiicoiiiIk.'. Of course we
thought of our own little ones eiiielly,
I ml still we 1 it wish lor all the others,
when we stooil in the centre of the hijj
Zoological Garden, in which there were
liunilreils of bright chiltlreii waiting their
turn to mount to the hack of one of the
largest elephants we ever saw, who
would walk with dignity up to the seal
fold erected for the purpose, allow his
precious luirdeii to alight, and wait pa
tiently until his hroad hack was covered
by another score of happy urchins, and
then march gravely away along the
paths, and lietwecn the beds of sweet,
bright flowers, until he thought these
had received their share of fun, anil then
go hack again to change his load. There
was a sort of fascination to watch the
huge least, so penile towards his little
friends and admirers.
There were several elephants employed
ill this way, hut none .seemed to give and
take the same degree of pleasure as the
one that we have described; and there
were also some very line, large camels,
with their curious humps, anil they too
were doing good service in riding the
When we entered the monkey house we
again cxplainicd "Oh! if our children
were here" what fun they would have in
watching the luiiiiy antics of the nunicr
1011S monkeys, of all kinds and descrip
tions, who are swinging and climbing,
and jumping, and chattering to each
oilier ami to all of us. One bright little
fellow, like a flash sprang to the side of
the cage, thrust out his saucy paw, and
olueked a flower from the hat of a young
lady, but upon smelling at it and finding
it had no perfume he threw it at therighi
fill owner, in high disgust, and went back
to chattering more than before, no doubt
telling how he had lieen taken in.
We are not ourselves so far removed
from childhood but that we would have
liked to watch the monkeys all day, but
many other things are to be seen in the
few remaining days of our visit. So
away we go to South Kensington Muse
um, and wander through its lengthy cor
ridors, and see more strange and curious
things than our poor brain can possibly
contain, and into its gallery of sweet
paintings where we enjoy the famous
cartoons of Raphael, seven in number,
represeiitingseenes in the New Testament.
The one which seemed to us the Ix'Sl was
"The death of Ananias" and it was ecr
taiulv not calculated to encourage false
hood. The apostle seemed to scak
again "Sold ye the laud for so much" ami
tiie poor wretched liar seemed at this
eery moment, to have fallen at their feet.
Another most wonderful painting was
the death of poor, sweet Amy Kohsart,
in which her beautiful body is lying prone
on the rough stones, at the bottom of
the terrible pit into which she had been
lured by the wretch Vardrcy, imitating
her husband's call. Hon or and remorse
are well depicted in the face of the earl,
as he discovers the body of his neglected
wife, whose sweet character is so beauti
fully portrayed in Scott's Kcnilworth.
Our next enjoyment is a view of "The
Arthur Memorial," a magnificent obelisk,
erected in Kensington Gardens in mem
ory of the I 'rinec Oonsorl. We arc told
lliiil the cost was a hall million ol pounds
sterling, and can readily believe it. The
height is two hundred and seventy-live
lect, and it covers a gigantic statue,
seated, of 1'iince Arthur, in burnished
ibrass, while around its base are statues
in marble of distinguished men of all pro
fessions. We took time to count them,
.and found them to uumlier one hundred
.and seventy-two, while at each corner
;iUT groups representing agriculture, en
gineering, commerce, manufactures, and
.on 11 lower level LurojH.', Asia, Africa,
.ami America, each ol which cost ten
thousand pounds, and looks as if the
money had Ik-cii laillilully expended.
A weary walk through the vast Brit
ish Museum winds up a fatiguing day,
mid we can onlv leel, that wc wish wc
were in a comfortable, papoose-looking
concern such as Cleopatra occupies,
where, wc would at last heat rest from
aching bones and burning corns. Wc
Rooked upon the mummy spread out to
the gaze of the reckless herd, which is Iain-led
"Cleopatra," und thought can this
I be the end of the lovely Kgyptianyuecn ':
Truly with King Solomon wc cry "Ynu
.ity of vanity, all is vanity."
"A little bit of moralizing now which
vou may print or not print, as you like.
It will "do us good all the same, to re
lieve my mind of these thoughts. Wc
fire traversing some of London's streets,
worse than any we ever saw in New
York or elsewhere. Abandoned, drunken,
dissolute women on every side, men no
better; aye, much worse, when we cry
out oh! lor a Dickens to write this up,
to let these l.nglish sec the same ol their
life, and warn to what it is leading,
Do you remember his nKiiitig sentence'
in "The Tale of Two Ciiies," how the
handsome king and the ugly ipieen sal
upon the throne of France, anil the poor
jiny had his flesh lorn willi led hot irons
;liecitc he failed to take oil' his hat when
i company ol dirty monks passed at a
.distance, find how this sowed the seed of
the dreadful revolution and the bloody
guillotine; how nil Saturday last the
'granddaughter of Juccn Victoria was
married, as our cabman told us, to the
"llearl of Fife," who was forthwith
made "Dook," and the marriage was
solemnized by a high official of the estab
lished church, anil the bridal party all
partook of the blessed sacra nun I, ami
the chimes rang merrily, merrily, and
the big bells pealed, and iealed, and
pealed ; in short all was done to show
what u solemn and holy thing is mar
riage ; and yet before the chimes had
censed, or the bells stopped pculing, un
der the shadows of every church in Lon
don, not excepting Westminster Abliey
, I St. Paul's Cathedral, can lie found
neons of poor forsaken women, Ouecn
Victoria's subjects plying their awlul,
soul destroying enlling. Oh! ye, who to
day have solemnized a royal marriage so
solemnly, so appropriately, cannot you
do something to relieve or cheek this
dreadful evil ? If not,
"What will the harvest Iw?"
T. W. I'.
A Ureal Hucei-Hs,
Ri'ki.in, August 15. All accounts of
the cxieriments with the smokeless
powder at the Spaudau sham tight con
cur in saying that no smoke was visible
at a distance of 300 ynrds, and that no
sound was heard lieyond a slight tapping.
A strange effect was produced by the
sKX'tacle of a large mass of troops in a
firing position seemingly inactive, but
really pouring forth deadly tire.
HI-: WAS Kll.tllV,
A NeKro Murderer lays the I't ii
nlly of HIM Crime,
Jacksonvii.i.i;, Fin., August 1 fi. I til I
Westmoreland, the negro murderer, was
hanged here to-day. He was in com
pany with Father Kenny and Sister
Mary Ann from ail early hour in the
morning, ami up to the moment he
swung through the seallold, exhibited a
degree of nerve almost unprecedented. At
11 o'clock he was led from his cell in lb.
county jail, and in passing through I he
tiflice to the yard, he was pet tail led to
tarry a few minutes to bid good bye to
his brother, n prisoner ill the jail for wile
beating. The scene was very affecting.
The hi ot lier broke down and wept ; but
Hill said " That won't do no good; brace
up, and when you gel out do right and you
won't have to die iike me." As he was led
to the seallold by sheriff I'.icvard, the
condemned bad mail recognized several
acquaintances on the wall of the jail
yard, to several of whom henodded, anil
to tine he smiled, anil gave a significant
wink, lie repented .ill the responses
alter Father Kenny in a loud clear voice,
and when his hands had been pinioned
by the sherifl" he straightened hituscll tip
anil said : "I ant ready." The sheriff
dropped his handkerchief as a signal,
and a young Englishman named Hall,
who had voluuiceici, I lieu sprang the
trap at exactly I I I- o'clock. His neck
was broken in the fall and life was
extinct in four minutes. Through
Sister Mary Ann, Westmoreland
sent a parting message lo his
mother in Georgia. He also left a
written statement addressed to Hamil
ton jay, city editor ol the Tiiiics-I'iiion.
in which he avowed coniplctercpciitaiice.
and expressed no li-ar ol death. The
crime lor which he was hanged was com
mitted in this city on the night of April
5, ol this year. Westmoreland went
home drunk ; and alter iiiarteling with
his wile shot her through lite heart, in
the presence ol several people, lie was a
habit mil wile beater, lie was born in
Atlanta, and was t wenty-live years old.
The execution was witnessed by about
1 .Dim people in the jail yard ; but thcsui
rounding streets, rools of houses, and
trees were lilted with negroes anxious to
catch a glimpse of the terrible scene
Another Trusted Man Hliort.
l'lin.Aiilil.i'itiA, I'.i., August lo. Wil
liam Jones, lor twenty years a trusted
cmploicc of 1.. II. Huilcr & Co., educa
tional publishers of this city, has disap
peared, lie is said to be short in his ac
counts with the firm to theextenUil $ 4o,
(MHI. Jones is a bachelor, and lived
alone in an old fashioned residence in Gci
tunnlowu. He is said lo have had a pas
sion for collecting rare books, engrav
ings, andatititpicsol'allsoris. His house
was Idled from cellar lo garret with val
uable ell'ecls. livery nook and corner
wnssluflcil withanliipie furniture, the
walls were heavy wit h rare plates from
master's works, the shelves of his book
eases were weighted with tare and uncut
volumes of standard authors. Counoi
seurs have already pronounced bis effects
one of the most valuable private eollee-
.tions in the eilv. All of this collection
has, it is said, been turned over to his
late employers in partial restitution of
the shortage, The linn is disposed to be
very lenient with Jones.
Shootluic an Illicit Distiller.
Jacksonville, Flu., August lo. Last
night Frank Wcllct , deputy collector of
internal revenue lor the Tallahassee
division, in company with a deputy I'. S.
marshal and sheriff Mri.oud, went to
the house of John llraswcll, an illicit dis
til let living near West villi-, Holnicseounty,
to arrest him. The deputy marshal
went into the lions with Welter. Urns
well I lien upon jumped out of a window,
shooting Weller as he jumped and kill
ing hint instantly. itraswcll escaped.
Weller's body wasbiought to Tallahassee
this morning. 1 Ic was a son of the Kev.
I r. Weller ot ibis eiiy, for many years
rector of St. John's Episcopal church.
He leaves a wile and one child.
I looralile for I'nUoii IfaiculiiK.
MoN'ioomi ky, August lo. The com
mittee ol the commissioners of agricul
ture anil cotton giowing Slates, consist
ingot the lions. A. I'. Duller, of South
Carolina; J. T. Henderson, of Georgia;
It. M. II:, id, of Tennessee, and J. C.
Cheney, of Alabama, made public ihcii
rcjioi I lo dav. They report very saiis
factory results in their ennlerencc with
the New York Colton Exchange in re
gard to the use of cotton bagging, and
allowance of tax on cotton wrapped
in cotton bugging, and think they ought
to influence New York and New Orleans
I Lx'liaugcs t hat the mailer will soon be
i adjusted to t he cut ite atislicliiin ol col
in growers oi' 1 he South.
All Quiet 111 l'iii ls.
Paris. August l.'i, The sentence im
posed on General Iloulangcr, Count
t Dillon and Henri Koclu t'orl by the Senate
; -sti'tday occasioned no excitement in
! t his cit y t litis far. The almost iptictness
has prevailed. Republican journals arc
convinced t hat public opinion will entity
I he decree of ihccourl. Conservative and
Donlaitgist papers arc sanguine that the
general clcclions for members of the
Chambi r of Deputies all show that the
people do not approve ol the verdict. It
is alleged that M. Waddington, French
Ambassador to England has been re
quested to sound llie English government
on the ipicstiou of extraditing General
Diiiilauger, Count Dillon and Henri
SiiKl.itr, X. C, August lo. Special.
H. T. Hudson, jr., formerly a baggage
master on the Charleston, Cincinnati
and Chicago railroad was awarded
$.S,II(I0 damages in the Cleveland
county superior court for the loss of a
foot maimed in the discharge of duty in
April ISS'.l. The juiy was out eighteen
hours. The defendants will npica!.
Haltimokk, August 1.Y A writ of ha
beas corpus in iR'half of Jake Kilraiu was
sued out before Chief justice Harlan this
morning. Kilrain was released on
IMIO bail for a hearing Thursday, the
iilind, inst. The man sent by Gov. Low
rv, exHeted to-morrow night, will have
to wait a week here lielore he can take
Kilrain down South.
Washington, D. C, Aug. lo. Indica
tions for North Carolina Showers in the
eastern portion; fair in western portion;
cooler in eastern portion; stationary
leniH'rature in western and central por
tions; northerly winds.
ncalh of a Vale Professor.
Nkw IIaykk, Conn., August lf. Elius
Loomis, LL. 1. professor of natural phi
losophy and astronomy at Vale, died at
the New Haven hospital late this afternoon.
NIIKTII CAKUI.INA 1' A K. MICKS.
Their Annual Meeting at Fayette
vllle I.arice Attendance.
Sprciiil for. Tin; Cirii'.x,
F.WKTVii.i.ii.N. C, August I f, ISS'.l.
The North Carolina Farmers' Stale
Alliance met in William's 0icrn I louse, in
this city, at 1 1 a. in., yesterday. All the
officers were present and president S. It.
Alexander presided. Prayer wasollcrcil
by Kev. (. W. Green, of Wilkes, after
which the Alliance was oicucd in due
The committee on credentials, W. J.
(ip-cn, chairman, reported thai ninety ol
Ih uiucty-six counties wi-rc organized,
and t'l't eighty-two alliances were
repn- .e'ed by accredited ilelcgales. Tlf
ol ' !" nt counties are in tile extreme
easL, and delegates therefrom are ex
IK'cted lo arrive lo-ilay.
All the Slate oliiccrs made theirrcgulat
annual rcporls, following a most ex
cellent speech from president Alexander.
Many iinpiirtanl resolutions were
ollered for consideration by t lie bodv
during ils session, which will continue
three days. A resolution demanding
that a railroad commission Ih- estab
lished, was passed by ail unanimous
The various committees were next
appointed, and are now actively at
work. They are as follows:
Order ot Ibisiuess (icorgc W. William-
son, J. M. limine
judiciary W. A
P. White, T. J.
'.rahaui, I. L. Me-
Lean, W. J. Rogers,
K.J. Powell, Julian
Demands and Resolutions W. .(irecn,
F. S. Ncal, J. A. Davis, . W. Alwaler.
11. II. Perry. os. Itond.J. II. Liuilscy.
Constiliiiiou and Ilv-Laws. W. A.
Move. . W. A. Pavne, . II. Collield, .
M. Marsh, . T. 1 larvell, S. M. I lobsoli,
. W. Weeks'.
Immigration Julian Allen, J. W.
I'.regor, . II. Oliver, . . Young,
McCall, N. H. Fleming, R.J. Powell
Miscellaneous Thos. II. Walters,
A. dales, jatnes Norwood, I.. M. Iliyan,
N. C. English.
Publication J. W. Newbcrnc, X. C.
English, W. F. Touiliuson.
Itesidcs the delegates there arc already
sonic ."il M I of the best farmers represent
ing the different sections of the State
present, and a much larger crowd is ex
pected during the session.
Thcgcuerai impression is that Capt. S.
II. Alexander will be re-elected president.
Mr. C. W. Maciine, of Washington, D.
C., president of the National Farmers'
Alliance, arrived this afternoon, and was
in' roiluced to the body amidst loud and
conliiiued applause. It has been made a
special order for s.;tn o'clock lo-morrow
morning that president Macime address
The Alliance has doubled in nietnlicr-
ship since the last annual meeting, and
still cmoviug a rapid increase. I he
delegation is composed ol a line looking
and an intelligent bodv ofthcloiling men
ol the Slate who seem to have come here
There is some probabilitv thai the next
session will be held in Ashcville.
The West is fully represented. Ilesidcs
the ilelcgales there arc live from lluii
eombe. Col. T. II. Long having arrived
from Washington City, where he has
been for the past few mouths.
Several newspapers of the Stale ate
represented, but arc mil admitted to the
sissious. . p. I .
NOT I.IKi: I.OWRV.
The Alabama liovemor Will Talk
HlHMisuiiAM, Ala., August l.'i. Every
thing scut from llirmiughaiii to Ihcellect
that tliiv. Scay has expressed any
inclination of proceeding by reipiisitiou
against Calhoun and Williamson, for
dueling in Cherokee eoutitv, is the purest
sensationalism and without foundation.
I'.ov. Scay positively declines to sav one
word to any body about his itilcutions;
and to all interviewers he merely said il
would be improper lo talk. He went
from here to Sheffield and Florence, and
had done nothing more than communi
cate with Solicitor l.nsk of the Cherokee
circuit court, calling his attention to the
matter. Cniv. Scay could proceed only
on a warrant swornout by somccilizens,
and no Alabamiau has been found who
saw I he duel or can make affidavit. Onlv
(tcorgians were there. Thcscscnsalional
reports are putling the (inventor of Ala
bama in a ridiculous altitude before the
country. He could not, if he would, pro
ceed without evidence. It is not proba
ble thai aiythlng will be done until the
Cherokee grand jury meets, and unless
sonic Alabama witness turns up that
body will be powerless.
I'M'OHTI 'MATH III.OW.
Mr. Merllnu; Muffin Arreslril in
Washington t ily, Hut Kelensecl.
Washington, D. C, August l.'i. Spe
cial About a nionl h ago Sterling Ruf
lin, ol North Carolina, now in llie treas
ury dci'urtmcnt, struck Then. S. West
over the head with a light cane. They
wete disputing about the correctness of
a hotel bill. To-day West died, his friends
alleged, from I he effect of his injuries.
Ruliin was nrrcslcii, but was instantly
released on bail, at the instance of Hon.
S. F. Phillips, his counsel. Mr. Ruliin is
a grandson of Justice Ruliin, and has the
sympathy and esteem of every North
Carolinian in this city.
Mouuioulli I'ark KaceH.
Monmoi tii I'akk, N. J., August l."i.
The track was heavy and soggy; weath
First race, ;li of mill Civil Service
won, King William second, Ozone third;
Second race, six furlongs Fan Fan
U nit I w on, Modena I (illy I second, Hon
tluras third ; time, l.L'l.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth Slug
gard won, lialot second, (ilockncr third ;
time, 1 .;"ri:'t.
Fourth race, mile and a hall Enras
won, Senorila second, Ficrcnzi third;
l'iflh race, one mile New Casllc won,
Eton second, t.roomsman third; time,
Sixth race, seven furlongs I'.regory
won, llradlord second, May O. third;
time, 1. Ho.
Fearful and Fatal Htoriu.
Kansas City, Mo., August l.'i. The
storm which passed over the Missouri
valley Monday night was the most dis
astrous known to this section this sea
son. Over twenty iersons, it is said,
were killed by lightning, and the damage
in animals killed, ruined crops and wash
outs will run up over half a million dol
lars. Among the killed were thesoiiofll.
H. Silver, at Cortland, ticorgc Warner
andtieorge Richardson, of Dawson, Neb.,
I. Winkler, ofWinthrop, Mrs. II. Hunter,
of Hamlin, Mou. and Fred. Case, of Oat
NOMIMTI- HON. 1"MII.. V. .llv
kinm v i oi ;ovi:knoui
J. Hoge Tvlt r lor Meiitcnaul-fov-frimr,
and K. T. Heott lor Attor-ii-;xneral
Tlic Platform as
Adopted Uy tiie Convention.
Richmond, Va., August 1.1. Tin- Stah
I k-uHHTatu- convention met at lOoVlodi,
ami proarikd to the sccoik! iiatlol I'm
("tovciiior. I U to re llie roll rail was nuii
1 lifted. Capt. Phil W. MeKhnicy was
nominated by acclamation.
The convention nominated . IIocTv
Icr, of I'nlnki, lor Lieutenant (lovcrnor
ly acclamation. The convention next
proceeded to make nominations lor a!
lornev general, the names ot K Tavtor
Scot t ot I'ampiicr; (i. ). Perkins of Char
lottesvillc, and K. A. Pollard o Kinand
(Jueen, were presented, when a recess was
'aUen until t- o'clock.
pon reashcin tiling the convention
proceeded to make Humiliation (or at
lornev general, which resulted in the se
lection ol K. T. Scott, of Fauipiier. Hasil
Ciordou, ol Kappahninioek couutv, was
then elected chairman of the Central
Committee vice Senator JohnS. Harbour,
The following platform was uuani
niously adopted, after which Hit conven
tion adjourned sine die.
"The Democratic party of Virginia in
convention assembled, proud of its pasl
achievements both in State and national
affairs, pledge the same steadfast tidelil
lo the best interests ol the people in tin
Int urc, and declares to the people of Vir
ginia, First . we congratulate the peo
ple of Virginia that through the
wise legislation and administration of
the Democratic parly, the public schools
have been preserved in cllicicnt operation,
and their accoinniodat ions extended ;
that the resources uccessarv for the con
duct of i he government, in all its depart
ments have been secured, and that the
debt ijucstion lias been put in the train
of linal acceptable set I lenient. We would
reprobate as mischievous to all interests
the re-opening ol an issue which has
been the source of so much embarrass
ment and vexation to llie common wealth.
We confidently hok to its solution upon
the lines of adjustment, which the people
have endorsed, and which the I cino
eratic representatives have faithfully ex
ecuted. Second, the Democratic party founded
the public school system of the common
wealth ; the present ctiicieney of the
system is the result of Democratic laws
and Democratic elfort. We will care lor
and support the public schools until
every child shall be able to secure the
benefits of education. To this end wc
lavor liberal appropriations by the
ledcral .uovernnicnt, apportioned nniony
the States in ratio of the illiteracy ol
i heir population.
Third, the Democratic parly regards
the encouragement and fostering ol
agriculture as all important to the pros
perity of Virginia, and that Kccuriui
valuable iinminiution is necessary to tin
full success ol agriculture in ihc State.
Therefore, wc declare the Dcmocrutic
party in ils sympathies and its policies is
the liiend ol agriculture, and will by all
proper legislation advance, foster and
secure agricultural interests in the Slate.
Fourth, the Dcinocrrtic party has been,
is, and will be, the friend of the laborer,
lis ell'orts has ever Urn to dignity labor
and clcvatethe toiling man as faras prac
ticable. It will prevent a eonllict between
convict and hottest labor. It isopposed lo
and will resist the introduction of foreign
pauper labor, and we lavor a collection
of statistics by the labor bureau of the
I'nited States and the consideration by
it of all matters which lend to the im
provement and advancement ol the
I'ilth, the Democratic party will foster
the ovslcr industry of Virginia, lor the
benefit of her own citizens, and favors the
culorceutcul of the policy of preserving to
her own citizens I he free use of all natural
oyster locks, beds and shoals, as regula
ted by law, and will oppose the iransicr
or surrender of public rights therein to
individuals or corporations.
Sixth, the party renews its adherence
lo the principles and policies on the tarill
and internal revenue so olieii enunciated
in the plalformsof the Statcand national
conventions of the Democratic parly and
sustained by the voice of the people at
the polls, and especially docs it insisl
upon the immediate abolition of the tax
upon tobacco and fruit brandies.
Seventh, the Democratic party of Vir
ginia lavois a complete reiuonel iatiou
and tree coinage ot silver.
I'ihth, we are in favor of a law re
1 1 1 ti i j i lt the agricultural inst it ul ions ol
1 h-Slate to be placed under the control
oi pract ical farmers.
Ninth, wc recommend a revision of the
laws imposing laxeson land with a view
lo relieving it o any unjust or unciual
taxation now imposed on it.
Ten Ji, we endorse the wise, patriotic
i ami judicious administration ol (mv.
! Filzliuh bee.
I Ulciciilh, we believe that the men who
were disabled in the set vice of the Slate
during the lale eonllict between llie
States, and the widows of those who
lost their lives in such service, arc deserv
ing of aid and protection, and wc lavor
such liberal appropriations within the
revenues of the Stale as will tend lo this
Twelfth, while earnestly in favor of re
forming the tarill upon just .conserva I i vi
and economic principles, we recognize
thai the issues and conditions which eon
front us in Virginia in the imeiidiiieon
test arc of immeasurably more importance
than tarill reform or reduction of Federal
taxation. Important, as theseoucslions
arc, every business interested in the
State, every social interest, every politi
cal interest demands the Democratic
parly, the party of the coplc, the party
of K'ace. ;ood order ami ood govern
ment, which has salcly and wisely con
ducleil the trovernntent of the Stale
through the trying and troublous times
ol t he past, shall be continued in power.
We oppose the Republican party as a
party of boss rule, as a party
of sectional strife. as a party
of hi;h taxes, of corruption and
extravagant exjcndilure of public rev
enues, of unjust and oppressive treat
ment of the people ofthe Soul hern States.
the creator ot trusts, the promoter ot
monopolies. We oppose the republican
party as a stirrer up of strife between
the races, as the false lnend ot the col
orcd race, and enemy ofthe white race,
and the candidates which we present to
the judgment of enlightened and patri
AdvauccH In IfteMttcmer Iron.
PtTTsurm;, I'n., August t". The an
nouncement was made to-day of an ad
vance in Hessetner pi iron from $l".f0,
and $1! ht ton to$Hi.5landl7 :r urn.
The advance was made in view of a pros
pective advance in coke freight rates.
Trade is looking up, and is more ciicour
apng than for months.
l'Oi HTii Ki-:;i:tii:ivr ham,
The FincHl MiiHlcal OrKanixatlon
in llie Hlate.
The Fourth Ueimenl Hand, twenty
three pieces, under the leadership of Prof.
Miles Deal, arrived here from IIickor
yesterday afternoon. It is ,i maj;iiilieeiit
musical combination, and beyond all
doubt, the most thoroughly trained and
elegantly equipped band in the State.
The members are as follows: Miles
Deal, leader; A. C. Link, A. II. Crowcll.
II. It. Chase, C. S. Link, J. P.A. Herman.
II. ii. Hruns, KoU-rt Deal, iI. D. Link, K.
F. Cobb, James Hei ne, William Seaboch,
Harry Mcrshoii, K. b. Alexander, S. W.
Crowcll, C. II. (ieitner, J. F. Aberncthy.
. II. Aiken, Alex. Clark, J. M. Senhoc'h,
C. O.Cobb, W. S. HaJhiiau, and F. A.
I trace, drum major.
They came to Ashcville to make music
for the American Carnival which closed
last evening, and during their stav in the
city will occupy apartments al the Sv:iii
tunioa. They made a brilliant appear
ance in their handsome uniforms, ami re
ceived many compliments from the
crowds which throimcd about them
when parading the streets. The music
they made was simply perfect , while their
'Irillin was the finest we have ever seen.
The commands were simple blasts from
an ordinary baud v hist Ic, not a word
biinij spoken. So perfect were they in
ihc drill that loud cheers and torrents of
appreciative applause greeted their su
perb evolutions. They took the town,
and eminently deserved the unstinted
praise they elicited from 'Jiose who heard
I he music they made and witnessed the
excellent drills thev went tlirou-di with.
The managers ofthe Carnival made no
mistake in securing llie services of the
Fourth Keimcnt Hand for their closing
uihl, and we doubt if a liner musical
arcation could have been procured in
the South than tiie one which javc such
universal satisfaction last eveuini' Fverv
member ol" the baud is a gentleman, and
a musician of no ordinary talent, and
Tin- CmzKN lakes pleasure in sayinu
that the impression the Fourth Kcinicut
Maud lias made in Ashcville will be both
pleasant and lasting. It is the best baud
in the Slate and Tin: Cmzi: is proud ol
it. Come to Ashcville oltcncr, gentle
men. You will always find a sincere and
1I.OS1, OI- THi; CARNIVAL.
An lCiilertaiiiiiient Tlial Will Mil
Hoou be Forgotten.
The Carnival closed last nielli.
A more perfect success, in every detail,
could not be imagined.
Il was the best entertainment evcrwil
nesscd in Ashcville, and evcrvboily agrees
upon that point.
The zealous ladies who were in charge
ofthe affair have every reason to be
pro ml of the glorious attainment of their
object, and llie people are indebted to
them lor two evenings of pleasure that
could not have been surpassed.
The chiel actors in the Carnival have
won for themselves rcat honor and
praise, no less lor the sacruiccs they have
made in Udialt of sweet charily than for
the very brilliant manner in winch thev
have acquitted themselves of the onerous
burdens they so cheerfully ami willingly
issumcd. A wreath of laurel each has
lobly w on.
The Carnival tasl evening, was, as we
predicted, much more delight fid in even
particular than on the preceding nilit.
The assemblage was much laryt r, and
then the music lent additional charms to
the jjory ofthe truly magnificent pano
rama. 1: very body and his friends were
in attendance, and ihc party who failed
in having a royal ood lime has yet lo
be heard from.
The tableaux were charming, and the
way in which I he booths wi re patron
ized leads one lo think that Trinity
church will not Itaiy be without an or-
iit siicli as Us importance and require- :
ll louts deserve,
It was late when the en-
i-ii, ami tnosc wlio were
there tinned awav with rcbietaiice and a
biltcr regret that secues like those just
enacted could not last forever.
The l're.sideni in New llampMliire
t oNCoitn, N. IL, August 1 ,". The
President and party left Manchester this
morning m me ram ami arrived Here
ami were unveil to tnccapitoi in a uriz-
zlitlL' rain. The President was escorted
to the council chamber and waseordially j wiI1 ;i,s" K'vc ;l" t'hibilion drill at the
greeted by tiovcriior C.oodell and others. rink to-nilil, and together with the
lie afterwards went to a joiul meeting sk;Uinirt horiz.mtal bar performances,
ol the representatives. He wasescorled to i , .
the platform bv the President ofthe Sen- j l'u- lht' 1 """ 1,1 :i'.iusen.cnls is a dc
ale and the Speaker ol the House. The ! cidcdly cnlcrtainiut; ; ne. See advcrlise
I'residciit there delivered a short address j niciit on fourth paiic.
In tlir l.oyislaluiv; ;it llie i.-iiiK-lusiiiii nl'
tin' uililrrss, llir ruiivrntion was lis
sulvril, .-mil tin-1 Inusc .'uljiiuriK-il. l-'runi
I In- li-j,-isl;itui-i- tin- 1'n'siili'iii w.isisiortcil
In a stai;i' in front nl tlit'i-:iiil,'il..'inl was
w.'innlv wrli-iiini'il In- the tlniusanils ns
siinliliil. ICxtC'iiMlvc Irillrle 1'ircH.
Mu.ks City, Mini., August Tin-jir.-iirii'S
n few niilos to tlw nnrlli anil
siuilli-cast of In-rc arc mi fnv. 'I'lii' lircs
i-nvi-r an aiva nfa lliiuisanil ai-rrs ul lini-
lii-r. Nnrth niiilsiiutli nl tin- towns which
air si-pa rate fri mi I'ai'h otlii-r si-cni In
have lau'lu litv siiiiultani'niislv, .-mil
wire probably struik liv lij;lilniiiy Sun
ilav evenini;. Kxtinsivr pi airie lins an-,-ilsn
rnpiiK in tliis inuuty, at llilli-w
I'alls, anil trnvilinj; tnwanls ('.Knilivi',
nml it is liaml that llu- nini? in this vi
cinity will In- lost.
Al KiinsasC'itv KansasCitv J. Itrook-
At Cincinnati Cincinnati !, Allilcl
At Louisville Itnlthniiri it, Louis
At riltsliurK rittslun;!. New York L'.
At luilianapolis Iuilianapnlis ti, I'hil
it Clcvelanil C levelanil 1!, Huston S.
At Chicago Chicago 7, Washington Ii.
hi ni. 1,0111s nt. i.onis in, t-iiuimiius
I OI.KS VOl' K NOW.
Wlio The Aret Where Thev Are,
and What The Are Ikoinu;.
Col. T. T. Ilav, of Kaleih, is at the
Sidicitor J. M. Moody, of Way iicsvillc.
is at the Orand Cent rat.
Mr. J. I. Muirill.cdilortd'thc Dickon
Prcss-Caroliniau, was in the eilv yester
day. Chas. t. I'pclnuch, lisij., clerk ol tin
.-.upctiot com I o Wake county, and wile,
Miss Sal lie Snow, ol Motley's Station.
Va.. is visit iui Mr. F. P. Love's fuiuiU,
at I a vidsc tu street.
Mr. and Mrs. (ieo. S. llcudcisou Icavi
this niorniur tor a week's visit to
ii ieuds in Soul h Carolina.
Mr. II. D. Child, ol Tm-: Cmzr., lib
vestcrday for Hickory Nut Cap for a
tew days rest and recreation.
Mr. H. J. Keech, ol T.-.rboro, c unity
ttcasurcr of Fdecoiiibe, is a ucst al
"The Villa, ' on lla wood si reel.
Miss M. Ayncs llweuby has returned
from ;:u extended visit lo relatives ami
iricmb in Charleston anil ( b eenvillc,
Maj. (b M. Sadler, division superinten
dent of the Southern Uiprer-s Co., willi
iiead'.iai ters at Charlotte, is at Ha tier v
Mr. John D. Panic ami Miss P. D.
Haillc, of Tarboro, arc visit in.i; their
brother Dr. S. W. Ha tile, at Kattcn
Mr. H. D. Foscuc, a prominent banker
of Suiphtir Springs, Texas, who has been
spending the summer at Mrs. Carson's,
on P;itlon avenue, leaves to-day for St.
Icv. W. S. P. Hnau, pastor of the
first Presbyterian church, this eilv,
leaves this morning on a visitation torn
to the Prcsbytci ian churches in Macon
county, and will be absent horn the city
about ten days.
k amiom Nn i;s
UDpt'tl In ly Hamlflinu lteiorter
ICoaniinu Around llie Cit.
Watch out lor the parade of the Fourth
Keimeiil Hand this afternoon.
The City Council will hold an impor
tant session al S o'clock this evening.
The work of widening South Main
street is beiu.n vigorously prosecuted by
Tiie Kichland Uilles al Way ncsville.
will lie inspected to-nibt by Inspector
Hrown-Si'iuard's elixir will be tested
in this city before many days, so Till
Citizi N was told last uihl.
"The Mouse Trap," with a brilliant
cast, will be iven a I llie Mountain Park
hold al Hot Springs, this evening.
The Carnival was a success from even
standpoint, and the best entertainment
ever witnessed by Ashcville people.
Unite a number of voting (coplc from
the city attended the crnian al the
Ashcville Sulphur Springs lasl evening.
The drum-major of the Fourth Kci
ment Hand is an artiste. Walch him
wield the baton, and you'll a.rcc with
It is cslnuatcd by eoiupelent judges
that over ten thousand strangers arc in
and around Ashcville just now, and every
train that reaches the city largely an la
ments the number. Let 'cm come.
We've plenty of room lor all.
ano riii.u i in;,
'I'll carnival t'oueerl lo Take
!!ace Tills i:entiiu.
With much uratiticalioii will the read
ers il I'm: Crni;N welcome ihcannounee
ment thai thcspl-'iidid Fourth Keimcnt
i Hand will Liivc a concert at Kays' skat-
rink, on Pal ton avenue this evening.
. j luIiiii!iclion witii the in.isijueradc ear
i n:v.:ii sk.-un-s. This L.t wi
amc was lo liave taken place lasl uihl
but was postponed on account of the
American Carnival at the Farmers ware
house. The event promises to be a yen
pleasant one, and will no doubt he
I largely attended
file band will paradi
jj,,., ,,,,,, t.
pi ineipal streets at o.do
o'clock this afternoon. The members
A Morning :i-runiii.
The first inoriiint; ycrniaii of the season
took plaeeal the llallerv I'ark ycstcnlay.
About twenty couples participated ir.
the ilancc, which was ilcciilcilly one ol
the most pleasant social events of the
season at the "bi; hotel on the hill."
Subscribers will please ailil the follow
ing iiiiiuIh.-1-s to i heir lists:
Mi Chas. A. Moore; resilience,
tilt C. T. C. Deake.
(io . V. Itrown ; mulct-taker; resilience.
Terry mid (lie C oroner's Vc-rcllcl.
Stockton, Cal., Auiust 't. Altlie in
iiuesl lasl iiipht over llie boilv of luilije
Terry, new facts were ilevelonil. A
iiuniiier oi witnesses were exainineil
anioni; llieni Wiin the proprietor of llie
hotel at l.alhroii. 1 he eoroner s nirv re
turncil a vcnlicl lli.it llie ilcccascil came
to hisilcalh limn the effects of nil-shot
wouiuls inllictiil I iv daviil .a;leat I.alh
I Iks Miiinks. August 15. The Kepuli-
ncan Male convention resumed its sin-
i sion this inorniiii; at 10 o'clock. (In tl e
a.itn hallot lliilelunsmi was nominated
1 lor Governor.
WILL SHE HANG?
IJiruKI AM' -.VIl)i:!SClC 17 I'A
VUK Ol' HH!I, IA VllKIl'K
Mow the I'ohscshIoii of Her
Mew York Lawyers Mr. Illalne
Will he Asked lo Interest Hliu
sell In Her llelialf, I.tc.
Nnvy Vokk, August l.r. Lawyers in
ibis city of Mrs. Maybrick, under sen
tence nl death in Liverpool lor poisoning
In-!- husband, have to-day received im
portant evidence in favor of their client.
The uUonicvs an' KorK: Maeklin. Alfred
MaucU.a lawyer of Montreal, sends a
Ii 111 r to the linn staling that Mrs. Yapp,
answering the description of Mrs. Yapp,
who was the chief witness against Mrs.
Maybriek, was known to leave Montreal
.riorit. i line years ago to escape the pos
sibility ol being indicted for jierjury. Al
that time a man named Malvin Smith
brought an action against his wife for
scpaiaiion. Mrs. Yapp was the chief
vviuii-s;-. lor Sinilli, and gave vervdaniag
ing evidence against his wile.' Il was
lu vn, however, that Smith's mistress
ami the woman Yapp had. with Smith's
aid, plotted a di cp conspiracy to blacken
Mrs. Smith's character. The plea failed,
however, and Mrs. Yapp lied tiie couulrv
immediately tliercalter. Iiudlev M. lloi
mau. managing editor of the Portland,
Maine, livening Kxprcss, also sends a let
ter Mating that Mrs. May I nick i nice lived
in rortlaiid, where she was highly re
spected, lie asks the advice of the law
vers regarding the propriety of getting a
petition signed by leading citizens of
rortlaiid, and forwarding the same to
Secretary of State lllaine, reipiesting him
to interest himself in the case. The law-vi-rs
w rote a reply in approval of the
idea. A will known lawyer who arrived
to-day Irom Lngland, and who was
present liming Judge Stephen's charge to
.be jury, was seen at Hoc iv. Macklin's
otlii'e. I le (lot's not wish his name pub
lished. While in linglaud hegave the May
brick case a careful study. "I never
hen nl such ii prcjuiliiTilcharge delivered,"
said he, "by a Judge in my many years'
experience at the liar." Mrs. Maybriek's
lawyers could not get in a word edge
wise. When they endeavored to curb the
liulge in his charge, they got snubbed for
their pains. All thepeopiein Knglnnd were
opposed lo conviction except the Judge.
I do not think the home secretaiy will
allow the woman to be executed. Icallcil
io see her after her conviction, and she
lii'cscntcil a pitiful sight. She exclaimed ;
"I did not do il, I did not do it. My
lolly I admit. 1 was led astray by the
.nan who had an nnn.ilnr.il iiilluenee over
inc. That was my only sin. 1 would
sooner have lost my life than hurt one
liair of my husband's head." Messrs
Roc and Maeklin, the lawyers will for
ward theeviilcnee they have to Secretary
lll.-line at once.
Livi:ki I., August lo. Mr. Stewart,
an ntyuaticnl chemist of ( ilasgnw, was
prepared In testily at the trial of Mrs.
Ma. brick, recently sentenced to lie hang
ed lor ptiisnning her husband, and whose
evidence the condemned woman said was
kept back, has written a letter in which
iie says Mr. Maybrick died through his
own secret hahil of Inking a ilesiinera
t mil . that is, arsenic drinking.
l.iiMiiix. August lo. 'flic Lancet, a
noted medical journal, publishes a live
column review ol the trial, and conies to
t he i'i inclusion that llie evidence warrau
led the verdict.
A ireal Hellenic.
lir. W. Ii. I'clham, llie South Main
street druggist, has opened u register at
his place of business, where all persons
visiting tin city are reipicsted to call and
register their names, resilience, and the
name iiml iiumbi r nl the lintel or board
ing hnusc ihey arc stopping at while in
Ashcville. A great scheme is this, inas
much as people desiring to ascertain
where their friends are localcil.cau easilv
do so, b referring to the register. Over
three pages ol the register were filled
w ith the names of tourists yesterday.
Stranger, leave your autograph at
THe Machinery I'lireliasetl.
Mr. I'. A. Iiemens has returned from
Philadelphia, where he purchased a full
.mil complete stock ol new and improved
machinery with which lo equip the new
planing mills to soon be in full running
operation in this city. The machinery
w ill arrive here in about thirty days ami
will be si't up as soon , as il is received.
The lumber, with which lo erect the
building, will begin to arrive to-day, and
work w ill be pushed forward as rapidly
as possible. Mr. II. W. I'ilch will lie the
supi i iuicuiient of the new mills, and
assures Till-: Citizi x that everything will
lie in pence! running order by the tenth
ol next mtinih.
In l.nvi' with Mill Springs.
Mr. A. Slrassburger, the Siiuthcru gen
eral representative nf the New Orleans
Tin ics-1 icmiiiTai, came over yesterday on
i living visit from lint Springs, where he
lias been taking the lieallh restnring, in-
ii.iting hot baths, which, judging
In un his clastic step, have dnuelum much
good. Mr. S. was iuitc surprised at
pict in esipte Ashcville and its surround
ings, and were it not that he is so much
in love w ith Hot Springs, and the excel
lent Mountain Park Hotel, lie would
have remained longer, but cxeets to lie
with us again before departing South
He Stole a Watch.
The police authorities of this city yes
terday arrcsled a negro, named Cclicni
Logan, upon a telegram from the au
thorities al Hot Springs, charging him
withtlie larceny nl' a watchat Unit place.
Later in the din-deputy sheriff McHaniel,
of Hot Springs, arrived here to take Lo
gan back to that place to stand an ex
amination, ami the officer mid his pris
oner left the city on the 4.3G westbound
train yesterday afternoon.
The annual insiei'tion drill ofthe Ashc
ville Light Infantry took place at the
armory lust evening. Iiisieetor Ctcncrnl
Cameron put the boys through in great
shaK'. and a most excellent showing was
made by the Infantrymen. The company
was under the command of First Lieu
tenant Merrick, dipt, llarnnrd being ab
sent from the city.