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VOLUME VI. NO. u5.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A plaeu planned ami devel
.oititf iih 11
Situated in tin'
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lienltli
flllliesS llll'l beauty of
An elevation of :.,H0 feet,
It in licing laid out with
1 11 h to n ad skill, with well
graced roads and extensive
A desirable place for line
HHtt UVVt. HOMKH.
A good opportunity 101
jn-orfl table investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, nd-
1INVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Mirvllte, Mitchell Co., N. C.
g 30 South Main St.
1 NEW FALL GO 0 D S I
Slil H. MAIN HT., AKHISVII.I-B,
IS Til K r-LACR run
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
VlewM and Sketches.
Waltm'b. ii'w"N. " " W. W. Wmt.
1 CWYN & WEST
(MaceeMora to Walter B.Owr.)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
tAtmnn Securely Placed at
Commliwlnnen of ficede,
OFPICK-WoatHcairt Coart SMiaar,
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of I he Hundred, who rr enmlnicto Asheville
to ipcnd the I'nll and Winter.
All thoiie who have houars to rent should
call oa iu at once, aa we hive ninny applica
tion, fur both filmland and unfnrnUhcd
tioaara, whlrh w-are at present unalitr to
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooms 9 A 10, McAfee Block,
PaHnn Aw.. Ahellle. M. C.
; IN FRESCO.
DAISY s SWANS DOWN.
Thrae are the branda of our brat PI.OUK,
the Aneat of the Ane, the heat of all, and la
raimHnlly recommended to thine desiring the
whltcat and purest lire ml. In fart It la the
crraiu of till the wheut akliiMticd off Into
V- itro huvc other brands ttntl grades, and
can furnlah n Koori family Hour aa low na
'.'.. 10, hnvlnu aceurcd a lot before punning
into the hands of aicciiliitorH,
A. D. COOPER.
Two Mi'ond-hHnd wagon for aide cheap.
A new lot of Comforts,
lilankcts, and other goods
for cooler weather has just
been iwoivod. I'laKtcrois'
White Overall and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The larp'st lot of Chomis',
(owns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, cheniier than you can
got the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fast Mock. Wool, Me
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to $2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, Buttons, Lin
ings, in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
jierfeet, so that your WANTS
from the cellar to tho garret
can bo filled at our store at
prices nway below anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real KtitAie Brokers.
And Iiiwentiueiit Ag-eiitM.
Loan, ae urely placed at N icr cent.
24 t aa Patton Avenue. Mecund floor.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BumIucm
Loan, arenrely placed at H per cent.
At inn L'nramm airceu nv.o
well vrntllnled room., hot and cold hnth,
cloaria, ivc. iimn ,,,..,u,
WH, R. KINti,
OF THE ENOINEER CORPS, U S. N.,
I. located In Aahevllle and will practice
I(ra,iahtln of any dracriptlon n apeclalty
. U, Hoi HUH,
(So to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
when you will at all times
find a full Hue of pure fresh
Drugs und Chemicals, and a t
low prices. His iv'eseriptiou
department is stocked witli
the purest and host Drugs
and Chemicals to lie found in
the market, both foreign arid
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will he filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. 20 South Main Street.
Asheville, N. C.
T. C. Smith & Co., Public
Squall' Asheville, Finest
Drug Store in the State,
Heaviest Stock of Drugs
West of the IWiie Hidge,
Largest Buyers and Lowest
Sellers. Leaders in I'ricesfor
Miles Around. Prescription
Department uncqualcd in
Hijuipmcnt. Don't Mistake
the Drugstore ' Corner Op
posite the Court House.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Hats and Car
pets, 7 & 9 PATTON AVH
DO YOU KNOW
A ifood thhiK warn you arc It 1 If ao cull nt
POWELL & SNIDERS
Andeinmlne their line aaaorlmrnt of I'rc.h
Crackcra, conalatliiB In part of
I'nncy Ten Cukra,
Nnynl VY tiler,
Thcac arc nbaolutely freah and nice
Oooda. We alao dealre to cull your nltcn
tlon to our well arlccicd atock of PANCV
OKOCBKIHH. of which we maki a atieclntly
We are onViing IIIU IIAK0AIN8 in Rtnple na
well aa Fancy Oroccrlca, a larne proportion
of which we are conatantlv receiving dm't
front the manufacturer. Thla Inaurra you
perfectly freah and wholraome Kooda lit
price, that we guarantee to he nalow aa they
can be bnuiiht In any market.
POWHLL A HNIIIIIK,
Cor. Pattoo Avenue and Main street.
THE JIEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-D..Y.
KENNEDY'S SPEECH IS TO BE EX'
tJ.u IT. PUNGED. :M. .-,
T.HII''F nil.l.t'ONl-l.ltl.l'N NOT
ukttinu tm;i:'i iii;k.
Wasminhtus, Sept. 17. The mei'liiij;
t'l.tl.-iy of tlir luiuscjiidifinr.v lomuiitlio
cnllnl to ciinai'lfr the rcniluti.iTN i snr-
iiiK Rcpriracntiiiivf Kcnncdv fur' on'cili
.i"iiust the aenntu mid Scmitcirijim.v mill
lo cxpunv tliv Sm-ii'Ii I'roni the tinj;iis.
sicmiil Keconl, was nttvml hr .ill the
ti.i iiiIkth. Mi. Kt-iiMclv iii.'iik jin nr'i
ticnl to prove that the speech ill nlrcmlv
iiulilishecl in the Keicinl wna wiili"" ll.e
rripiirriiiciitH ul piirli.'iiiieiitiirv law
The votninitlee ilieiileil a elcariiiainritv
to report n resolution ilireetiiifj ilie u"v
erntiieiit printer to omit the spiti'li iVoni
tile H'riniineut eopy ol the Krcnl.
The eoiilerees on the torill lull inmli
little proijress tn-il.iv. I In'1 ol the eotn
inittee aniil that it wnnli t In- puSKilile
lo reiieh nil Mreeiiient ty ...oiiilav iAt.
Senator Sheriniiti, li'oni the eoiiiniitui'
on lorein relations, lo-il.iv repui teil a
resolution, whieh was agreed to, rupieKt
inu the president to eiiuiiiiiiuitale to the
Semite sueh iniin llinliini iih he Mlav 'n e
on the Milijcet ul the an est ol'Tlioa. T.
Collins, n eiiien ol the I'niled States, rr
sidinunl Manilla. m tin I'liillipiiie Island.
I)V olliix'rs of the Spanish uvei'imienl.
ti.Kvi:i.tM"H is mi;.
Srtat ApplnuHe In Ilie c oiiiii-cli.
cut leniovratlc Coiitfiiilun.
Hahti-okii, Conn., Sepl '"The diin
oerntie eouveiition niel here lo.day nil'
'unlimited l.aou II. Mor Ini gnvirnoi.
Conjiressinan Wilenx was tcinpiirar"
eliaii'iuan. mid in liisaddiess i takiu.
the elmir lie lelevred several In s to ex
president Cleveland. Six years nyo, h
said, tiiis party sekvlnl as its candidal,
ior president, one id ilie ptiri-si all1'
ahlesl uieii that ever ueenpic-i the w liilf
house Ciiover Clevel inil. I'm niemii"
il Cleveland's name called I'mth jjrea
The siK iiker eontinmd losival: inenl. -
eistie terms ol' the ex-president ami vn
ireiiiently intei rnpled l.y ,'iipl,iusi', wine'
was piirtieularlv viuinuus ' .11 histaii.
Iioliev was relerred to. Tim .hileieain.
lie said, he is mil ilishuied and i.u- pv.i I
look lo him us llieireliaiiipi'Miaaii ha.ui
HOI TIII.lt M lit N.
Hlel fan he Mmle I'roni (l tin
CllATTANoor.A, Temi., Sept. I". (in
ol' the most important even's in the ii.
iluslrinl ilevelopinenl ol li.e t - I It in
curred here yesterday in the . v-sslii
easting of steel Irom sutiiliern materia'
by tile lmsie proix'ss. The nsi.lt eKarl;
denionsirates that amilhciu ii'"'l wil
make steel, ami explodes I lie n.iln.u 1I1.1.
the iron contains loo much pin. spin am
In lie used for this purpose.
The nrst cast ol iweiitv-inn t"i.s wa
of ailericir steel linely ailnplrd1 slruel-
ural work. I lie second lurna, vm o.
put in oiicration in thirty d.i.... Tin
Kl'eat inipiirlaiKV of this event is the laei
ihnt it nllorns n market lor luvvesi
Krndc ol southern iron.
THIlvVKS AND WOIIM;.
The Alliamljrn Fire Wiiiui liu . ii-
Mahkiii, Sept. 17. The il. iai;e 10 tin
Alliunilirn caused liy the lire whit I '"ki
out in the p.daee Monday niln ail
I.oNlioN, Sept. 17. A dispaleh I'nim
Cranada jiivca currency to the lep rl
that the lire ill the Alhanilira pal iei was
incendiary, the work of thieves, ho set
lire lo the liistorieal litiililin a Ur ti
sereen the theft ol some wuiksol art eon
mined in the palace.
The inaKiiilie. ill Sain Ik' I c I'.nca, ami
rinhl whiK of Arraviiues c ..11 were di
st roved. The remaiiuler of the palaei.
was not ilainaKcd.
,-tIlHHlHHtppl'N C'OII lllll.lll.
Jackson, Miss., Sept. 17. 'Hie event
of ves'erday ill the rnnstit .ill .nal eou
veiition wnstlicspecchol Senatoi l.eoi.:t
I'redielions urc Iri'e Unit Hiss en so in
llmiiied the convention na lo itise tlx
stdfraue report to lie ailopted nv a ma
jority ol thirty. ,
lli:i.i;s.v, Mont.. Sept. 17. The demo.
eratie state eonvelltlon lias iiouimnteil
I iiilc A. A. Dunn lor coni-rcss. I here
were no stale ollieers In Is1 nominated.
Ill'WNIt, Sept, 17. Unit ha scut troops
lo tlicfrontier to proUvt I In '. I'.oth.uil
railway. A second fulcra! e. ...inissioui r
has lieen sent to assist Col. kimilc.
TUB LATEST US
FHOU XoKTII CAKOI.IXA
Th slate alliance antlioii.ed each
lii'williauee to select anv kindot lp:i-'niuj
except iutc. Ilnl owinii lo 11 inisuiidci
atainlitiK ureal ipianlii iesiil'jutcurclicitiK
used by aliianee men.
Mr. II. I., I hike, last Satiinlnv, Imu-lit
the llennett ilaee, eontainin tliirly-livc
acres, lor $2. IMlll. Il is proposed to send
the linihlinK to the world's fair at Cliicn
e;o. Dtiiham Idols.'. Why ?
A Scot In ml Neck tcliurnm nays: "A
few days aejo Mr. W. S. Ilailey, of l.itili
ton, cx'liiliilcd 11 curious enrol corn raised
by n mint named Jim llrown.nonc-iirnied
confederate soldier of Martin enmity in
lMHy. There wereciKlil ears loejcl her one
Kiiod sined car in the centre, and seven
smaller cars umwinn parallel to it Irom
the same stem. Mr. Brown thereupon
prophesied that for I he nexl seven years
the crops would jiradually cjrow shorter,
according to the IciioaIi of the cars, until
1HII0, when llierc would he 11 bonntilul
crop. The prophecy lias liecn ftillilled."
The Imihliim coinnilttee of Trinity
college, has awarded the contract lor the
main lii.ililniK lo Air. v.. 11. .-Notion, 01
thiscitv, The building will he MoxL'OH
lect. nutl will have three stories and 11
Iwisrmeiil. Ill lis construction, 1,5(1(1
(111(1 rotiuh liriek anil MIMI.IKKI pressed
brick will lw used, and Ilurhain brown
atone for triiiiininus. Work will Imj be
can at once. Tnesiliiv, Novcmlicr 11th,
Vim been stt for the time to Iny the cor-nir-stone,
which will lie of itrccn nml
pink KiHiiile, from Mr, R. H. Lvnn'a
quarries ncur this city. Durham tilobe,
A SL'CCISFL: MEETING.
Till! VOI Nti .IIICN'H IIKJIOCHAT.
ic it. 1 it Ki;-uRtANUi;ii,
Mr. 1-:. I. Curler Ivlectecl HreBl
clent liond HpeeclivH Miifle Iny
H'iuiiicIi lnciiiocruIN To meet
livery TuL-Hilay Nlu;lit. '
l'lirsuaut to a call issued by President
II. H. Carter, the youiiK men's demo
cratic club, of ibis city, met in the court
house lasl nijihl for re-oi jj.inizalion. At
S.2II o'clock the meetiiiL' was called to
order by the president, lie said: "(lentle
men, we are here to-nihl for the trans
action of business. Wc have taken our
stand lor demoeraey in the campaign
lhat is Is'lore us, and r.Het to achieve a
great victory in the eominu election."
Hk eliouol'olliccrs was llien entered into
and Mr. Locke Craig put into noiiiiua
lion Mr. II. II. Carter lor president.
Mr. Curler reipu-sted thai his name lie
withdiawii as be had held the ullicc long
tiiougbaiul had ivecived what liouors
" here were attached lo it.
It was moved and scion. led that Mr
IC. I'. Carter be elided president. Motion
was unanimously earned and he was
loiidiK'ied to the ehaii bv T. C, Staines
and J. J. Mackcy.
In a short speech Mr. Carter thanked
I lie boil v lo 1 the honor eoiilcrrcd upon
liiiu, and proiuUcd to do his duly faith
fully in the great work which the club
had undertaken. I le urged every demo
crat lo put his shoulder to the wheel and
go lo work in earnest.
The election of seerelary Is-iug the next
thing in order, Mr. J. V. Ionian arose
ill I advised the body to use grcal care
111 thcsilcclion of a secretary. He should
lie a man who would devote a great deal
ol las lime to ilie wink of the club, he
Mr. I. C. Martin was noiaii.aleil lor
sierelaivbv I K Slai m s. and was unan
imously elected ly acclamation.
1 in niotioii ..I Mr. T. C. Siarncs, Mr.
Jas. M. Voiing was elected treasurer by
a unai.i'aou'y vo e.
It w as iilov, d and seconded that nu
. Noemivc coiumii '.ee consisting of ten Is
ppoinud liiii I lit- loll.ovia-: gentlemen
.v ire placed ia iioaiiii.oi'.ii: V. T. Kcv
iiolds. N. I'. Ci 111. M.ialv Cteaseniau, li.
v". I baniUis, Hen Clav inn. . K. Still ties,
. . It. I.eon.o.t. o!m . Jordan, K. I'
I'ostii, J. I.. 1.. Haglennd T. C. Siarncs.
.Ii Uivuol.is and T. C. Slaiacs
il bil' 1-v thi.li naiites.
1 la motion "I'C.A. Webbtbe rcimiiuing
Liiiuii vvcr- apii'iincil lo constitute
.ac co'aaiuu .-.
in. silay ingl.t was, on motion of Mr.
1' nl. in, cii'.sui as regular meeting night.
l tn r ir an democratic hcadipiarters
0 Iv.diigli vv .s lead, reipiesliiig the club
seaii a laiu" 'Vleg.iiioi, lo the e-'iivcii-
1. 11, vvliieli inc. is ill Kaliigll on the li t-tll
Tin pi c siil lit was riipiestul to ap
point leu 1I1 le.iii-s to the convention,
m IiI. h were as lollows: II. II. Curler.
IV. W. Harm rd. T. C. McNcclv. 'I lios. D.
..hii-i"ii.'.i:.Mcllv.J. V. Jordan, C. D.
iHaatoii, J'dms I '. .Martin, J. M. Camp-
1 eli, N. a! Kynol.ls.
1 he pte-idi 1,1 tlicu uiiiiomiced that the
earoiiini'iit 01 mcmiHrs was 111 onicr ami
tiie following nanus wen- given in:
J. I". Kickard, I'. A. Mclilrov, 1. S.
Mclilrov, A. I'.. Il.tllvburl..a. K.NIcflrav
11. I.. 11". Mellravcr. J. II. Ingle. T. C.
llarc.J, I. Vales, I'. ., Hare, Jas. Mare.
Ii. N. I'aveiipori, K. I'ailay, I'. I'. Clin
ton, V.. II. Lewis, K. I'. Mangmii, A. C.
Little, t.. II. Siarncs, Col. J. M. Kav, W.
M. Uav. R. I". Lee, C. C. M.Carty.J. W.
Scbartle, L. Laws, X. C. Mcl.oud. J. II.
Woody. Ii. C. Stai ins, . t. Howell. II.
II. l'rollil, Ii. J. ('nbsiiii, J. Ii. Stevens.
Will Aiken. Ii. (!. -andiler, I'. A. Ham-
ruk. M. XI. Stockton, I'.J. Johnson, J. M.
I'.rcen.J. V. Sevier, D. Ii. Sevier, 1. K
('..lines, . II. Liiidscy, S. I. Corn.
I.. L. Sl.iglc, . Mel). Willi son, II. It.
Carter, W. r. I lean, C A. Wclili. C. I
II., met, C. A. Davis, J. I'. Sawvcr, II. C.
I'agg. I-'. M. Miiilcr. ti. W. Cook, 1 A.
Stimiier, I .1 Milliner. John liouolme, w
Ii. t legg, L. L. Henry, Locke Cruig, J. J.
Mackcv, S. T. liarly, K. D. C.illllcr. llco.
U'lgiiuii, L. D. Carter, J. N. Rogers.
W. NV. Ilaiuai l, J. M. Westall, W. V.
Lowe, W. II. Tai kinton.Tliml W. Thrash,
John Carroll, II. A. C.ii'lgcr, Thus. Trip
id 1, W. Connelly, V. L. Connelly,
1 1. W. Ni will.J. L. Hawkins, Ii. R. Hoi-
ulna. . K. Moore, V. A. Umlilirn, V. II.
Ilaidiu. W. M. Wiley, . T. Austin. J. M.
Kerns, . I". Sp'ingh, t.eo. VV. Tilsou, Jno.
V. Ionian. T. I'. I laniillon, A. K. I Igliurn.
Ii. W . i .iiir, K. K. I'orter, K. Ii. Iticese.
las. A. Ilavroiighs. no, I'. Kerr, W. ti.
Perry, J. I'. Woodbury, Ii. W. Worth, A.
L. Slclioii, N. A. Ncyuolds, I'. M
Weaver. I". M. Crarv, li. ChamUrs.
l'. W. riaiid. R C. Iloilge, S. Chedesler,
I. C. Ilaint. . II Loiiglirun, K. L. I'lt
p.aiul,, li. i. llrowu.J. N. Rogers, A. Ii
liaves. I. K. Staines, C. I'. Hill, A. I'.
Milchcil, N. T. CliaiulsTs, I M. Isrnel,
HJ. M. Young, L. II. Smith, A. II.
Hand, . 1. Kcvuohla, I. C. .Malloy, I.
I. Kevvll, T. C. Sliirues, D. I.. Kcyuohls,
. Thoiupsou, W . II. Jamison, .J. Whil-
s. 111. . ,. i.iiwains, j. i. iirvvaru, n. u
Wchloii, Cnpl. L. I-.. I'errv, C. D. Illan
ton, II. I'. I'. Iliiglu. I'. .t. Carson, T. C.
Carson, T. C. McNeelev, R. I'. l;oster,J.
M. Isiacl, A. I'. Jovner. Dr. II. L. Hand,
Lowndes Hume, . C, lloldcrby, L. A.
I'lirinholt, C. I'. Rav. W. S. Ray, ., I-'.
Curtis, X. V. Chedesler, A. L. Wiley, W .
H, Clavtou, T. C. A'eslnll, M. D. Long,
R. L. t'.iecu, I". X. Carrington, Dallas
Hacklier, li. W . Iliiiklioldcr, S. W. Ray,
T. L. Cm ill, . I". Ilbiir, R. 11. Trt'xcviint,
R. (I. Neville, II. II. Weaver, Xatl Atkin
son, li. H. .M kiusoii, C. H. Atkinson, R.
I;. Camp, C. L. Hollinaii, li, W. I'aytic.
V. li. Mi Hcc, J. W. Iiroason, IL L. Col
lins. I. M. Hunger, M. li. Carter, T. C.
Mi Kov. I. M. Ingle, T. A. Jones, C. II
oncs,'C. II. Miller. 1'. I. Love, James A.
Howie, 11. W. I'urelov, I. Kilpatrick,
II. II. Morton, . A, Minis, Sam France,
T. V. I'llnntnck, I'. L, I-ranee, ,. I'll
del w'uoil, II. I-'. Limlscv, J. A. Hunt, li,
T. Adams, W. L. lllaek, 1). II, I'arrish,
W. T. Rusher, I'loyd lames, W. D. Cain,
W. A. Ingram, W , Huller, ir., II. S. Mc
Lime, M. A. Creiistmiu, Alviu Obrrkin,
lames Lorick, A. 1111 lock.
Alter the Imsiuess ol the meeting Hon,
k. D, liibiier, ol Wityuesvillc, wus called
on tor a . ccch, lb' rvspoudeil, Ihaukiuu
the club lor the honor extended him iinrl
eoimratiilatinu the iiieinU ra on thetrsuc
cissliil re-orgniii.aliou, Mr, liilmerapoke
for a short wluli 011 the issues ol t lie com
inu eamnalun. to which he relcrrcil na 1
very imporlanl one, and said that the
ileu'iociats of the counties weal of the
l-'reiuh Hi'ouil would exert their every cn
ergy I" allain a victory. The sKakcr
relet red to the deplorable linancial couili
tion of the couulry 11 ml ol the number of
millionaires in it, iis brought nlmilt bv
the rule of the npiijilican party. He nib
vised the members of the club to work
hard and predicted that if sufficient earn
est work is done the victory will belong
to the democratic party. In closing Mr.
Gilmer bid the club Cod speed in its work
in behall of the great democratic purtv.
After Mr. Gilmer finished Mr. (. W.
Tilsou was called on for u SK'Cch, but
J. L. L. Single was called for, nml snid
he had been in the ranks since INK) und
intended to exert all of his power in the
Mr. N. I Chcdestcr followed him and
made a brief speech on the questions ol
the day. He spoke ol the Lodge election
bill and denounced it. Mr, Chedesler ad
vocated harmony in the ranks and pre
dicted n victory for the party.
Mr, Wela'h, of Hay wood county, next
spoke. He alluded to William T. Craw
ford, the democratic congressional nomi
nee m very complimentary terms and ex
pressed his lielief that he was the best
ninn who could have been put in the
Gen. Clingmnn spoke for a short while
He referred to Reed's rulings and said
thai if the Lodge bill passed the people ot
tne country would 11c, like Ilie Kussians
under the rule ol the czar, (Reed I.
Mr. II. A. (iudgcr, who came in late,
was called for and responded in a telling
speech. He advocated strongly the prin
ciples of the democratic party, of which
he spoke nsllavmly true party, and urged
everv man to do nil the earnest work
posssible in the campaign. Mr. Oudger
ailviseil the mcmlK'rs ol the party to ail
here st rict I v to the choice ol the convea
lions und to do everything possible for
Alter Mr. (Midger finished I. Y. Jordan
and Locke Craig were called for but de
clined, mid the meeting adjourned.
Till-; H. H. COMVKNTION KNDHU
It AdlouniH After an IntereNtliiit
The Sunday-school convention assem
bled at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. In
the abseaceof Dr. I). T. Millard, theoKii
ing exercises were conducted by Mr. Win.
Revnohls. "The Work in Counties and
Towns" was taken up and very interest
ing reports made by Rev. W. H. Leitb, ol
I-rauklin, .Macon county, t lie vice-presi
dent lor the twelfth district, and by Rev.
1 rov. ol Murohv. showim? that thecollll-
tics are ln'iug tlioroughly organized in
this iiitenlenomiuatiomil work.
The subject of "Heller Teachers and
Teaching" was presented by l'rol, IL C.
Hum), ol Lunurrus county.
Rev. Mr. Laws, ol Spartanburg. S. C,
agent of the American llihle Society, pre--ented
the sal licet ol supplying every Sun-
diiv-schonl scholar with u llible of his or
her own, and shownif how this could be
done at u very small cxKnae.
I lie iilternonn meeting wns oiieneu
with a promise meeting conducted In
Mr. Win. Reynolds. The subject of wo
man s mission mils was presented uy
Mr. I I.N. Snow, of Durham, and Rev
W. S. I'. Hrvan delivered a very interest
ing address on "Catechetical Instruc
tion, winch was much enjoyed. Dr.
Rankin followed him in nn address on
'The Church at Sunday School," which
sullied he presented very alilv.
1 lie night session was opencu uy n
prayer service led by Rev. McNcely Du
I lose. Alter this, Rev. L. L. Johnson
gave an address on "Temiieriiiiet How,
When and Wliv Shall we leadi it in I In
Sunday School." The subject was well
handled ami the address was quite inter
esting. Alter returning n VjIc ol thanks
to the people o! Asheville lor tncir Kind
ness, the convention closed its session.
Most of the delegates have gone to their
Polvidimy Htlll Practiced.
Salt Lakk. Sept. 17. The Septemlier
term of the second district court at Heaver
has adjourned. In sentencing sonic ol the
prisoners convicted of uulavvtiil cohabita
tion. Judge Anderson remarked that the
Mormons were proclaiming it abroad
that polygamy is not being practiced in
t inn, vel there was an unusually large
manlier ol such olfcndcrs iipiiearing nt
every term lor sentence, nml they would
not even promise to oliey the laws.
Not at uood ICxumple.
Nokl MlioHol on. Mass.. Scot. 17. The
Rev. 'lied l.lilridgc, pastor ol the I'nita
riau siK'icty, hus nsigned in consequence
of having received Irom certain of his
parishioners a lelte- in which it wns na
aerted that the minister Wns not setting
a good example to the young by intend
ing 11 horse trot, visiting n pool room,
Mum u-riilinrflt'N I'ropoHiil.
his. Sent. 17. Mine, Hcrnhardt nil-
nouueea that she proposes to play Cleo
patra with her hair dyed black anil her
neck nml arms tinged lo a iluskv ligypt-
iau hue, despite the lacl that the features
ol Anton v s lavontr arc said nv tne ik-si
authorities to luivc Urn modeled lifter
the purest llreek tysf.
The African Slave Truffle.
Zvnzmiak. Sept. 17. Travelers frointlie
coast eoiilinn the n'liort ol the issue ol
the decree by the Inimana at Kngatniiv'o,
ion lionaiL' the trullic III slaves. 1 he
news of the iiroclaiiialioiihnasprcndovcr
the whole coast ami trullic in slaves has
revived to 1111 client unknown m thirty
The stiver Mild llitrhor mil.
Wasiiini'Ton, Sept. 17. SK'aker Reed
has signed the river nml hnrlmr appro
priation bill. The next alepln order will
Ih; to secure the signature of the presid
ing nfl'iccr of the sennte, nml that of the
,1 T.I AS !' COXSEfJfESCE.
Kcpn'srnlntive M111I1I. of Maryland,
criticised his Irllow republicans in con
givss lor their failure to remove tin on
The I nited States senate has passed n
numlK-r ol briilgeJiills and discussed the
conference report on the railroad land
Horace Creclcy's statue will lie tin.
veiled next Saturday In New York.
Mr. I. P. Gibson, agent for the 8011th
cm lixpress company in Richmond, is
Il is said that many Virginia rrptibll
cans will follow ci-Govrrtinr Cameron's
lend ill withdrawing from the party,
The Canadian government, it Is under
stood, will shortly abolish the export
duty nn Canadian logs shipped to the
The American shin Challenger had
disastrous voyage from Liverpool to
New York, losing twelve men overboard
in a huiricaue.
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46 A 48 ft. MAIN 8TREKT,
Oiipmrite Bank of Asheville,
Dry Goods, Fnnry Goodn,
and Notioiw, Luce Curtains,
Table Linens, Towels, Nu-
kins, Counterpanes, White
Hoods, am' ICinlii'oideries nt
prime eost. All Domestic
Goods, including Pride of the
West, Wamsutta, Fruit of
Loom, 44 Cottons and 10-4
Sheetings at prime eost.
We call HjMM'ial attention
to our lnrire stock of Kin-
hroidery and Knitting Silk,
ZephyiH, Woolri, Silk and
Outline Work. All iro nt
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin
Underwear at eost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery andllibbons
at unusually low prieeH.
Ladies will save money by
attending this epeclal sale.