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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN; SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1890.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
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THIRD DAY'S SESSION
BUSINESS DONE BY THE
THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE
The Education antl Publication
Commute) Submit Their Re
porta A Meeting; To-Nliiht,
The Assembly met last evening
promptly at 8.30 o'clock. Besides the
ty noUce fifty centa I commisbioners, the attendance was very
line) or fifty centa I ' . . , ...
arge. Rev. Or. D. A. Pitiick presided, nt-
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1800.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
la on aal at the following placet in Aabevllle:
BATTBKY PARK NBWS STAND.
OLBN KOCK NBWS BTANU.
MODBLr CIGAR STOKB, Patton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NBWS STOKK, North Court
I sisted by Reverends W. A. Carter, M. C
Hutton, and Elders W. M. McPheetert,
I J. A. Orr.J. E. Rodd, W. S. Boynton, J
spoon, of New Orleans, in the interest of
the seamen. Judge Orr moved to amend
so that it would rend that the Assembly
take a recess until to-night when it would
meet at a body to listen to the address
by Dr. Witherspoon. This was opposed
by Reverend Summey, who took the
stand that the Assembly should not
meet as a body, but that only those who
desired need come. The point provoked
discussion but was finally carried in the
intended form. The meeting will be held
at the church at 8 o'clock this evening
and led by Dr. Witherspoon, assisted by
Rev. W. A. Carter and Mr. Chichester.
The committee on foreign correspond
ence was appointed to send greetings to
the Saratoga Assembly, and forwarded
"The General Assembly of the Presby
terian church in the I'nited States in ses
sion at Asheville, N. C, sends fraternal
greetings, and invokes upon you the
The report of the executive committee
S. Drennan, and J. S. Suttle. The cele- " PWtion was read by Dr. James K
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
Mew About Aabevllllaua and of
(Mranmera within Our uatea.
J. H, Walbridge, of New York, is at the
There were sixty-two arrivals at the
principal hotels yesterday.
Miss R. Linilsey left yesterday to visit
her father in Covington, Ky.
Kev. J. L. Carroll hus returned from the
Haptist convention at Ft. Worth, Texas.
John Ramsey of Madison county is in
the city to-dny. He is one of the oldest
men in the state being 99 years old June
lo. He is still active.
Rev. W. J. Erdman will he out of town
this summer and the Bible class, which
he has been teaching every Saturday will
not be held again until fall.
An infant son of Mr. W. C. McConncIl
died at hit home on Cherry street Thurs
day night of inflammation of the bowels.
The funeral occurred yesterday at Rcaver
dam. Louise Gertrude, daughter of Mr. E.
Drown, died last night of dysentery, aged
two years and ten months. The funeral
will take place to-morrow at Riverside
cemetery at 3 p. m.
There will beagospcl meeting foryoung
men at the Y. M. C. A. rooms at S p. m.
tomorrow. Rev. W. S. Trimble, of St.
Joseph, Mo., will deliver an nddresa. All
young men are invited.
The New York Comedy company played
"Kuthlccn Mavourneen" to a fair sized
audience at oxra hall night. To-night
is their last appearance in the citv. They
play "Josh Whitcomb."
The Doran Wright company, brokers
of Wall street, New York, have failed.
Their liabilities are about $300,000 with
no assets. The firm had a branch office
in this city, but the business mnnnger
says tlie loss here is small.
J. A. Stroup was before Mayor Blunton
this morning charged with having been
drunk and disorderly in West End. He
was fined ten dollars and one dollar
costs. Bob Buird, colored, drunk and dis
orderly, was fined five dollars.
Chns. H.Hall of Concord, N. II., died
(it the Oaks Hotel yesterday. He was 38
year old, and hnd been for some time a
sufferer with consumption. His mother
nnd brother accompany the remains to
his former home. Mr. Hall hnd been in
Asheville several months.
CHANCE FOR ASHEVILLE.
A Theological College Mav
Built In the South.
Kev. J. B. Shearer, D. D., LL. D presi
dent of Davidson College and a commis
sioner to the General Assembly, Writ in
terviewed yesterday in relation to the
action of the recent conference of the
South Atlantic University, held at Au
gusta, Ga., in deciding, as it wat stated
ut the time, to build a theological college
at either Augusta or Asheville.
Dr. Shearer tnid: "The action of the
conference wat simply an initiatory step
on the part of synods of North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia and Florida,
nnd only means a recommendation to
the different synods who will act on the
matter at teems to them best. Nothing
decisive hat or could yet be done. That
tuch an inttitution it needed, all ndmit,
but whether we shall have a new insti
tution or consolidate all existing Pres
byterian institutions in these synods is
a question for the future. The location,
cope and extent of tuch university it is
impossible now to anticipate. No city
could expect to secure tuch an institu
tion without ofTcring to provide a hand
"When the Southwestern Presbyterian
University wat located at Clarktvillc,
Tenn., the board of directors received
competitive bids for the location from at
least three States, varying from one hun
dred thousand to two hundred thousand
Rev. James Park, D. D the newly
elected moderator of the General Assem
bly, said : "Asheville it certainly a splen
did place for inttitntiont of learning.
Here yon have fine climate, and the
city it on good lines of travel."
"Rev. Dr. R. 0. Davit, of Kentucky,
said; "I am not in tbe synod composing
the conference alluded to, but I can freely
bration of the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper wat very impressive.
At the conclusion of the services the
Assembly adjourned to meet at 0.30
o'clock this morning.
This morning's session was opened
promptly with a prayer by Dr. Hemp
hill, of Louisville. A communication
was read from the colored Presbytery of
Texas asking that the Assembly give
them aid iff the building of churches. It
spoke hopefully of the work they were
accomplishing in that State. The paper
wat signed by J, II. Blake, moderator.
It was referred to the committee on home
The appointment of a special commit
tec for work among the negroes wns an
nounced by tbe chairman. They are to
report to the Assembly. It is composed
of: R. H. Fleming, 0. A. Russell, W. C
Smith, R. Q. Baker, M. M. Gilliam, T. S.
Broadfield, and W. M. Cox.
Additional appointments were made
to the standing committees at follow
home missions, J. D. Thomas and J. W.
Gift; foreign missions, R. A. Lopsley and
F. R. Calhoun.
The minutes of the session of yesterday
were read and approved
The Presbytery of Albemarle presented
an overture on the evangelization of the
Jews. Referred to the committee on bills
and overtures without being read. An
overture touching on the obligation of
tbe tithe was referred to the sjieciul com'
mittee. A second overture, with reirnrd
to the evangelization of the Jews, from
the Presbytery of Athens, wat referred
also to the committee on bills and over
tures. A number of other overtures were
rend. The more important were: One
from the Synod of South Georgia and
Florida, asking that the lioundnries of
the synod be changed; one from the Pres
bytery of Concord, nsking that the ques
tion of tithes be remitted by the Assent'
bly ; and one from the Presbytery of En
oree in reference to the young women
who were offering themselves as foreign
missionaries. This wns referred to the
committee on foreign missions. The re
miunuer oi tnc overtures were ol minor
iniortancc and were referred to differ
The auditing committee of 1W81) re
ported that they had found correct the
accounts of the committee on education
as given in the report of the treasurer
James K. Hnzen. There wns $1325.07
in the treasury- A favorable rejiort was
also made on the report of the committee
on publication ; there wat $39.14 in the
The report of the permanent committee
on Sabbath .was read nnd referred to
a special committe composed of J. D.
Thomas, E. W. White, H. K. Wulkcr,
M. B. Porter and W. B. Alexander. It
began by expressing regret thnt the com
mittee had nothing of an encouraging na
ture to report. Many things had been
bettered as a result of their work, but in
their opinion the observance of the Sab
bath wns not retaining its hold on the
people at in former davt. The general
trend seemed to be in the direction' of
looser viewt of the observance of the
Lord's day. Out of forty presbyteries to
which they had written no more than a
dozen reported an improvement in the
keeping of the day. While it wus gener
ally admitted that a more faithful obser
vance was noticeableamongchurch mem
bers it was not to in the outside world.
Many teemed to think that the day wat
for recreation and pleasure and
not for sacred rest. The introduc
tion of railroads, foreign travel and the
prcvelanceof a looser view of the meaning
of the scriptures were assigned as the
possible causes. The newspapers vied
with each other to make their issues on
thnt day the most attractive. The re
port ttated that publicconveynnces were
patronized on Sunday largely by church
Byway of throwing a little light to
offset the dark tide of the report it af
forded the committee pleasure to state
that tbe municipal lawt in some of the
Hazen and referred to the standing com
mittee on publication.
The report of the executive committee
on education was rend by Dr. E. M.
Richardson anil referred to the standing
committee. Itoth reports will be found
on the third page of Tiik Citizi:n today.
Dr. C. A. Stillman rend the thirteenth
annual report of the executive committee
of the institute for training colored min
isters at Tuscaloosa, Ala. The report
stated that there had been no intcn u
tion ol the exercises of the institute dur
ing the year past, and that in Rev. Rob
ert B. McAlpiuc, who succeeded Dr. San
derson, they hnd found a worthy head
for the institution. The attendance of
students, esiecialty Presbyterians, has
been somewhat larger than in previous
years, but it should be still increased to
meet the growing demands of the work
of evangelizing the colored ieople ami
building up an African Presbyterian
church. It recommended the establish
ment of a prepn.atory department fur
the training of the colo-ed students. The
health of the students mis been good and
while a few have been found incapable.
many have dcveloicd unlooked for
strength. Five students will lie sent out
at the close of the present session and
places have already Ix-en found for them.
The difficulty it to find men for the,
placet, i lie expenses tor the past year
have been but a little more than formerly.
The library numliers 1500 volumes.
All in nil the rcjMirt was decidedly flatter
ing. 1 lie report of the laculty followed.
It was referred to the committee on The
Dr. W. A. Campbell submitted nn over
ture asking the Assembly to petition the
different religious bodies of the country
asKing tnem to join tne Assembly in pe
titioning all the governments of Chris
tian countriesto take measures to banish
warfare as the meant of settling the
strifes that arise bet ween nations, and to
substitute a more rational and Christian
tribunnl. It was tabled.
Dr. Wilson stated that he had a long
communication from a sjiccial lcnier
mice committee and its rending wns
made the special order of business for
The report of the board of home mis
sions was made the Sieciul order of the
business for Wednesday morning.
A paper from the American accrvliirv
It Is loudly proclaimed in these days
that the doctrines of our faith are lacking
in lire tiini oi iovc, out we are not to
mistake the iron firmness of our faith in
the divine tovreignty as monstrosities of
iieuei, out as our commence in the inflexi
ble justice of God.
Foreordination is only consistent with
the foreknowledge of God.
jonn v.nivin was the founder of the pub
is., -..i i i . , . , .'
vacuum una tnc pioneer advocate ol
IHipular and liberal education.
liver nnd everywhere the establishment
of a Presbyterian church is a call to or
We want to know what God snvs, and
not what men think. If the Bible sets
forth a place of torment, we do not seek
to evade the fact by the use of siicciou
icrnit. ii mere ne no evidence oi prona
tion after death, why should we seek to
formulate what wc cannot find to exist ?
livery minister should Ik- bound to
sm-cihc system of belief. Wc must avoid
the vicious system of inconsiderate ex-
ennnge and unorthodox supply.
Calvinism produces, and has alwavs
produced the purest morality. How
shall the possibilities of our creed lie de
veloped? This is the paramount que
lion neiore tins asseiulilv.
vt no would know by Ins sermon
wnetiier tne Moderator was lor or
agninst revision ?" was the common re
mark alter its delivery, the New York
Sun s report says, "and yet he favors re
vision and has ' written a pamphlet in
support of it."
The Sun't rcKrl continues:
After roll cull, the Rev. Dr. Johnson
nominnted the Rev. Dr. William E. Moore,
of Columbus, Ohio, for moderator, and
he was elected by acclamation without a
dissenting voice.' Dr. Moore's election is
regarded as a triumph or, nt least, a con
cession to the opHiucnts of revision,
On this point the New York Herald's
The t'aiicral Assembly of the Presbyte
rian church iiencd to-dny with a tri
umph for the conservatives' on the great
revision issue. It wnsa victory snatched
from ileleat. They have selected the
leader under whom their opHinents must
fight. They are battling still for time
and for position. They will undoubtedly
prescrilK-the lines of which those revis
ionists who care anything about results
Three Hound Contented and Lit
tle Damage Done,
A three-round sparring match took
place in a hall on the second floor of the
Johnson building last night. Bob. Ray
mond, of Richmond, Vn., nnd Many
Collins were the principals. Raymond
was a dark horse brought here to heat
Collins. The first round was uneventful.
A minute after the second round hnd
opened Raymond landed on Collins' neck
and the latter went under the roies.
However he finished the round. In the
third Raymond knocked Collins against
the wall. Collins then divided that he
had enough mid the mutch closed. Two
ounce gloves were used. The attendance
numlicrcd thirty-five K-rsons. T. J.
Clcary ucled as second for Raymond and
W. S. Lay ton for Collins. I
nir. i.nyion win try to arrange lor
match between himself nnd Raymond.
PICTURE i FRAMES.
Gold, Silver, Ivory, Oak, Gilt and Combl
niitinn Mouldings. Alto Room Mouldings.
IMetiiret Matted, Mounted and Framed at
lowrat prleea and work guaranteed. Bo gray-
Inira, Painting and Local Vlewa always on"
j 8. Main St., Atthevllle.
apr 1H d
ICE RATES FOR SEASON I890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not leat than one ton at factory
la quantltiea uot lest than one half ton at fuetury...
Boo pound, 60 ticket, 10 pound each
700 " :ih " sm " "
7BO " IB " AO ' "
louu " lO " 100 ' "
40c. per hundred,
........ S 00
Ticket now oa tale at th omen of ta '
CEMENT. LIME JND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
I mice No. 80 Patton Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
Wunhouar nenr Freight !ciot.
No Ice will be delivered without cash or ticket
Asheville Ice & Coal Company
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avcuuc
7 JELLICdOAL AT RETAIL.
For (Urate, 3.00.11 For Stoves, ... 4.30.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For tale at Wholraale and Kctall by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telepbonc 36 and '40.
Bielualve Agcntt iDomcatlc and 8tcaml liir Weitern North Carolina.
L. P. McLOUU, Vlce-Pre.
1 have ntnilr nrranKcntrnta to keep and
hnll aoun hnvc a full ttock of the beat branila
Lewie Maddux, M.J. Beai-den, M.J. Pas. J. B,
8. H. Heed. Geo. 8. Powell. C. M. McLond.
I. B.RANKIN, CathHir.
Rankin, J. B. Raj, J. B. Reed
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, -
Organised May lit, J8HM.
IMPORTED ENGLISH ANOERM AN PORTLAND CAPITAL, SSCOOO." SURPLUS, $15,(XM
LOUISVILLE AND ROSENDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
State, County and City Depository.
Duet a Ueneral Dankin Buiineti. Depoeita received. Bxchanae bouaht a.rf M .Lr'
lection, made on all accewlhle point. The Saving Peatur will receive auccial .tt.,i.,..
On allium ut thi department, deposited for four month or lonaer. Interne . tk. .....
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loani on real eattte, which will be placed ;ibr long time oa real
My wnn-houar It now being buill adjoining
railroad track and my ttoek partly here and
arriving. I'ntll my own warehouse it fin
ished I shall occupy the Wehatcr warehouse.
rartlca using three artlelea can auvc onccart-
age by Irnving onlrrt at office and having
property delivered direct from warchouar or
by calling there for It.
ARTIFICIAL. 8TONB WORK mmlc umr
Open Irom 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
On Saturday the Saving Department will bcopcatill p.m.
Among the arrivalsat the Uatlcry I'nrk
yesterday were S. Rosenthal, Cincinnati,
C. M. (iiggerheiin and wife, Virginia, F.
I-.. I.nibick, IViiti., Kugcuc F, Storke.Mil
wnukce, J. S. Driver and Miss li. A. Dri
ver, Chicago, T. F. Foreman, Cynthinnn,
Ky., and A. II. Ciltiuglmm, Philadelphia.
Mllver iMuled Ware.
In canters, sinioiis. forks nnd knivr.
of the alliance of reformed churches was special inducements are lieing offered
rcna, mowing tne condition ol tnc Ooilv.
Referred to the hourd of foreign corrcs-IKindcnce.
The place of meeting of the next t'.enernl
Assembly being up for discussion, Kev. S.
C. Wilson, of West Virginia, invited the
Assembly to meet in Charleston, W. Vn.
Rev. J. A. Drvan, of Alabama, urged Ilir-
mingham't merits. Kev. C. R. Hcmur
hill, D. D., of Kentucky, suggested that
tbe Assembly show its appreciation of
the hospitality of Asheville bv naming
the next most beautiful citv, Louisville,
at the place of meeting. Kev. T. C. Bar
rett, of Arkansas, urged Little Kock.
The hour arriving for devotional exer
cises, the discussion stopied. Dr. 1. 0.
Davies conducted the exercises.
OKUKR OP WOKSIIIH TO-MOHHOW.
Hiltmore Baptist church, Rev. W. T.
Howison, of Missouri, at 1 1 a. m., Kev.
H. K. Walker, of Georgia, at 3 p. m.
Riverside Methodist church, South, Kev.
J. W. Allen, of Mississippi, nt tl n. m.,
Ker. P. P. Flournoy, of Maryland, at 8
p. m. North Asheville M. E. church,
South, Rev. N. Y. Davit, of Kentucky, nt
11a. m., Rev. J. D. Thomas, of Virginia,
at H p. m. Oak Forest, Rev. G. A. Rut
sell, ol Mississippi, at 11 a. m.
Firtt Presbyterian church, Rev.
Jamet Park, D. D., and Kev.
C. R. Hemphill, D. D.; Central Methodist
Episcopal church, W. T. Thompson, D.
D. and J. I. Vance; First Baptist church,
Rev. D. 0. Daviet, D. D. and Rev. J. L.
Wilson, D. I).; French Broad Baptist
church, Rev. T. C. Barrett and Rev. j. H.
Swannanoa, Rev. P. W. Lewis, of Lou-
now. Rogers' tnnnle nlntcd knives
$1.75 per set. Forks to match nt same
price. Desert knives, Sl.flO tier set. A
splendid assortment of Reed & Barton's
plated ware, the best goods made, nre
offered at lowest prices. Crockery, glass
nno cutlery, very inrge stocK and alwavs
the havest prices at Law's, 87, 00 and
01 South Mum street.
Ice lor Hesson i8o.
On and after May 1st ice will be deliv
ered only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained nt our office, No. 30
I'nltun avenue, and will be strictly cash.
ASIIKVILLE iCK AN0 CtlAL Co.
The Mountain Park Hotel, Hot
apiinan, ft. C,
Is firstclass in every particular, with
the Inst table m the South. Pure and
ubumlant water and erteet sanitary ar
rangements. The scenery is beautiful, climate much
milder than Asheville, there being no
harsh winds and no dust to irritate weak
throats and lunus.
The baths in mnrblc pools nre the fin
est in the world nnd the thermnl wnters
arc an unexcelled iiecihc for rheumatism
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
ail diseases ol skin and blood.
Excellent physicians reside at the ho
tel. Trnint leave Asheville for Hut Snrinin
m i.ou a. m., ..m and T p. m
excursion tickets, including one day
board at Mountnin I'nrk hotel, S4.S0.
For rates etc., pddrrss
''r. W. G. Doolittls.
A Mew Road to Biles.
If you are wise and with to become
healthy and wealthy alto, yon will ute
Roller King or Electric Light flour; be-
cnuse the Asheville Millinu- Comnnnv'i
flour is not only the best but thecheaoest,
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Iiv virtue of authority vented In Oenevlevr
K. lonnnt by a err tit hi deed in trust executed
by T. I. VanCilJcr nd wife. H. A. VanCildcr,
ilutrd the l!4th day of June, A. 1. 1MH7, and i
rt KinU-rvd in the Nejtlnter'p office of Buncombe
county in Hook lo, imtft 674; and by virtue
uf authority vested In W. W. Barnard h
Vcrtuin deed from said T. I. VanGiMrr and hi
aid wife dated tct. 1. 1MM7, and rcKistcred
in aaid KcKifttcr's office in Hook 00, paxr 4 UK,
together with a declaration of trust of the
a.a w. w. tmmnni declared therein dated
trctulter il7, 1H77. and reitered insaldotl.ee
in noon 1 1 oi mortgage- ana amis in trust ;
nt pane 444; and by a certain other deed from !
the snid T. I. onutlder and his said wife to
aid w. w. iiarnard dated October l'l.
1HM7. and rt'Kl"tered tn said office in Hook
00, BKf Ao:i, together wiih a declaration ot
trust mntie tncrcon by the said w. w. Horn-
ard dated the 14th day of October. A. I
iN7, antl re Kis terra in said omcc in Hook 1 1
of murtjraffe and deeds of trust, page 437;
and by virtue of authority Tested ia I. A.
Jon ant by a certain deed in trust executed by
the suid T. I. VanOllder and bis said wile.
uuteu tne second nay or November, 1HH7. 1
nnd rvKlNtrrcd in said office in Hook of uiort-
icaitvs n mi Dec tin in trust No. 1 1, noire 470.
as well as by virtue of any authority he mny
have by reason ol the deed in trunt first above
mentioned, it he did T. 1. VanOllikrr aad wifc
having tailed to pay the monies secured by
each :md every ol said deeds in trust and
urru antl declarations or trust thereon
cording to thtir several provisions, and the
said trustees having agreed among them.
clvra as to the priori tics of the various
debts secured nnd as to the proper division
of the proccctU of the anlc of the
inmis ncreinnltrr described), the said Gene
vieve K. Conant and the said W. W. Barnard
and the said J. A. Connnt. trustees In aaid
deeds in trusts and deeds and declur itlons.of
crust mere on, win sell at public auction for
oash at the court house door In thaucitv ol i
Asheville at o'clock m. on the 81st d ly of
.iiny, a, u. muu, h ccnain piece or parcel oi
land In the city of Asheville. countv of Hun.
com be and Htate uf North Carolina, on the
south side of Collese street, and on the !
side of i avid son street, including the cleyant I
uncs resilience now occupied oy said T. 1. 1
tanitiiuer, ana incstau.es and several adia.
cent lots back uf tt, bounded aa follows: On
tne norm oy college street, on the cast by
Davidson street, on the south b Haul at mm t
and on the west by the jail lot and the A. T.
Davidson lot. now Pack's At th sama lm
and place the aaid W. W. Barnard will seU at
while auction lor cash a large lot of house
told and kitchcu furniture under the author.
Itv of the deed from said Vanutlder and wile
to Barnard first and above mentioned 'and
the declaration of tru-t made thereoB aa
aforesaid March 'J'U, 18UU.
GHNUVIKVU K. CONANT, Trustee.
J. A. CONANT, Trustee.
V. W. BARNARD. Trustee.
Only 8 mile ft-om Aahevllle ou the A. A S. Railroad and
H enderaonvllle Pike.
The greateat number and varictj of mineral spring, to he found In the Sooth.
48 Spring on Less Than 40 Acrea,
.".'".J'jJ Sl?,I"i.,M".m' .,u,n' nd. magneala. 'Several eery Ane comhtn.li....
ami chronic .k headache. .rTrtng ml
ever found Many are buying lott io build resort cottage near the ftirinin I n??.f?
at nominal price, to .d.ertiac the place and the mincrSfwaEr. Boirt u Vbe har""''
ran be had
ao to $30 Per Month, or i Per Day,
Reference., testimonial., ee can lie had by writing to the owner- or hetter .
ii.trrct.-d is invited to come and trv the water. r.JI.. i..J?r J.,., ""
. , . . u..u.. w u. a. mane nctk
and return at T p. m. tare 38 cent..
rrnlns leave Aahevllle at .on a. i
Hoe further information write to
febl 1 dflm
OTIS A. MILLEIt,
Skjrland P. O., N. C.
INK OP THK
In the South.
Bcrrli and table Pi nil
WALK VKOM Till!
Paa. the dour erery tu
Par term, addict.
H. J. GREEXWELL, Proprietor
Aahevllle, N. C.
Near Paaaenrer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
auuiacturer. ana ueaitrs In ll kind, of Drctecd
Door, Sanh, Blinds, Moulding., Htalrwork, Maatete, Bank
"Mr irea, ana an kind of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
noyl.dly Telephone No. tt,
W.P A.HHt'KM, Preairient.
. B. GniRiNs, Vlce-l rc.iUcnl.
W. M. A.Huoaa. Secretary.
n..fc .buHM, ireaaurcr.
larger citiet were now better enforced isinna' "., Rev. 1. 1). McLean, of New AdertleementTo.Dajr,
and that saloons were closed in tome of Alabama, p. m. Second Baptist
them and baseball eaniet prohibited on church, Rev. R. P. Rumley, pastor, Rev.
Sunday. One town had petitioned tbe J- M Spencer, of Missouri, at 11 a. m.,
postmaster general and had doted the ReTl J- - Patton. of Florida, at 8 p. m
postoffice on Sunday. The chairman of Fir,, Methoditt church, Rev. E. A. Ram- Rooms to hunt,
the committee had attended tbe annual 01 Tennessee, at 11 a. m Rev. W. S.
meeting of the American Bible Union held Trimble, ol Mississippi, at 8 p.. m. A
at Washington and had delivered a lecture PPuIr meeting will be held at the Pint
on Sunday trade and Sunday newspapers. Pretby terian church at 4.30 p. m., to be
PiCTi-ts P.u Itetabrook.
Kiiom with Ho.D P. P. Berger.
Niitics Pulllim, Rankin and Pentand.
Purnl.hed or unrnrnlahed. with or without
uuaru. Apily at 87 Bontn Bpruc. atreet.
P. P. HBHOKR.
The union wat now well established and
itt object wat to work for more Km-
eral observance of tbe Sabbath. Tbe re
av r Vint I kfinw nf tin rtlaoa htfra mtiitA
fi..4i,. .,lelt than A.hei.. .we ir port tpokt of Pretident Hairiton and a
it la founded at all. nnd locnteH here , majority of the membtr. of hit cabinet at
think I shall tend my ton here to enter it.
Asheville it a fine situation for any teat
of learning." '
Gov. Fowk aaid: "I am not potted
bout tbt enterprise at I should be, but
I wiD say thit: if it it located her. it will
not bt misplaced. Why, at a friend hat
not losg since said to me, AshevUle hat
three advantages I have found together
nowhers else in ths world and I have
been evervwbere climate, f iews snd s
. good hotel. Nowhers cite do, you find
being of pronounced religious viewt. In
conclusion the report called attention to
tbe importance of tbe ministers of keep
ing before the people the necessity of
keeping tbe Sabbath and that all mem
bers be enjoined from uting conveyances
on that 'day aad from patronizing tbe
Sunday mail and newspapers. -
Tbe report of tbs sommittes on devo
tional exercises, read by. Rev. , CcorgS
Summey, included a statement to tbt ef
fect that tbs Assembly adjourn at two
"Aaatvilk's climate is sur.lv conducive! o'clock until 0.80 Monday morning, and
to vigorous health and that goes far as I that tat members who desired might
an aid toward bard study. Ths city is I awct to-night at the church where exer
Msily reached from aD directions." I cists would bt led by JUv. A, J. Wither-
conducted by Rev. Dr,
London, representative of the alliance of
Special committees on societies and
tithes: W.A. Campbell, D. D., W. II.
Groves, C. L. Rogue, C. W. Suber, B, N.
McAuley. On directory for worship:
Rev. R. A. Webb, 8. 0. Patton, C. S.
Newman, D. Stuart, W. M. Webtterv
THE SARATOGA ASSEMBLY.
Matthews, of I .u , M5' .ao br,.n. hoUday,
... l " ""II u,
r Hie cite will lie cloecd.
L.Aw.ifcn rvLuta, t;aanier.
J. B. Rankin, Caahler,
W. H. Pbni.no, Caahler.
MAN A. agent of onr patent Safe.: alte
"n'"i" inenca, .no retail, ail else. a.
low. New style; new pattern.! new lock:
'"-""J. noe vovemea oy nan j-ooi.
livery anfe warranted. Rare chains. Per
manent nuaineaa. Onr term, and catalogue
will convince you Agent, dear SSOO to Sooo
Fr ui in. nnu lor .aciuaiTv wmiorr.
AI.PINB SAPB CO., Cincinnati, 0,
sun Kxtracta Praia the
i Very great interest is felt in Asheville
to-day over the meeting of the General
Assembly of tbe Presbyterian church at
at Saratoga, New York, From : the
sermon of ths retiring moderator the
Rev.W. C. Roberts, D. D..LL. D.. the
following extracts art taken : .
W" I a a ! M r V nf MUHIhIhLu Ma.a
talary or commlaatoa. Pinaontflt. Pull line
oi rruiu ana Flower. Price, low, . Local
van maa. irom siu to w jo per weea.
A. u. l-KAl 1. nnraerymaa,
mays daw tu th .at ' Kocbeater, N. V
TOR BALB OR BXCHANOB
' POM CITV ?ROPtT.
A fln. ftrra of SM acre, ia Hndraoa Co.,
N. C, aiiieen mile, n-nta A.herllle. on the
Snartanbnrg and Aahevill. railroad. Poat
ofBc and railroad tation oa th. farm.
. , CORTLAND BROS., ..
mnySdtf ,. f. a 3S PattoaAr...
. ' .'. , .. -' ' ., ,. f .
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home Office i KNOXVIIXK, TENN. '
Authorized Capital, - - S25,000,OOQ
LOCAL BOARD AT ASHKVILLE:
M. O. noi'tt, present. Tmno v t...... u -
C. C. McCanrv. VlcPrddent. VmSJtSJf.
MANAGED SOLELY IT ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL. -
Hoe. a general bualneaa.
meniniy. lattice month
'Si O1". "'."If lr teat, premium nne.hk.
dead I. paid ..d thi , mZ-'IZJW'? .'!. a '' divl. , -
i a . . " -" jw.m. arriHllj HI B V M nillhrlMiaa ...Ul. " '
w i a isrr croi DCf 1
Hank, aa TrmUct,
H.e.uA . . . r . ' f''- T
T1 ""..y-rwiiaranicrn. All Mcurttica denoalted lth tuiiZitZL"!
(Formerly of Lyman Child),
Strictly a Brokerag-e Bualneaa
lirpoalt. may lie withdrawn wiih
Por further particular call oa
. T. HOWARD, State Agent.
OI for a few davt at Taylor, Boult Sr Brotlwrton-a, No. S Pattoa Ave.
Dealers lu Wall Paper, WIndowShadcaandPatcJitHaucera,
Patau, Oil. and Varatohet,
altumry' Mixed PalnU aad
Franca aad American
Color.. Window Ulaaa, koU
W keep In .tork St. Lento and Kentncky Lead.
toani teenrely placed at S ner cent.
And Sweedlah novemenlt.
Al.o Inatrnctioa la Phyalcal Cultur for
ladle and chtldrea In claeee. or prlraW, by
aai. main., oi new York, at MI8HION HOS
PITAL. B-10 a. m. 1-8 p. m. Call or In.
qnirles by mail aaiwmvd promptly.
POR RBNT, i
A nlc T-rnom lilies mii.M
nianecl. for the next or S montha,
aioo immeamuiy. Apply
maySdtf Offlc Th Aahevill Shoe Co,
J. V. JORDAN,
jjpuaa POR RBNT.
HandMimel Aetil.lielHMlMB.la I .1
mn icu naiumianea ir aeaired
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER, FACTOR?,
wmj nuywowi BtreCT. ' ' ' t I
AH WATKR THOROUCHLV F1LTKRBU on Uie Pren.U. r.
Twrsty-Sv. years of practlnl .xperleac. combined ,ltk smwoaalT st'teatlo. U
Ull. of the balnea, and perfect nrmngement. for cliasuSsm and rvarvv of eS. V
mnfartd, nabl. th. proprietor to prent.to Ma Sdmeron. Datma. a i'. ';
Carbonated Beverages. ,vv.
Yicliy and SclUer Water hirBiphkmtQ
Dinger Ale and .11 the v.rlon. Savor, of SODA WATSt LmJLLL '3 1
free a City Maats. Oat of tow. ordee.-.t il -'1 4- J " ". W
ft j w
h C BT. CAMPBELL.
maylSlw No. SB CHBHTNUT
V WINE . AND . LIQUOR ... flWnw a '?.
r. m. mnma ....... i , ns; THE BTATK. " .v t-,..r-t.j.
A Kcond band monty Mi and ont nale
platfona teal, Bnqalr. of