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ASIJEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TIIU11SDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1890.
THE ASSEMBLY MEETS.
FIRST SESSION HELD
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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imicn mwKtfjr cm a:
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Inted and widely read ncwapauer In wcatern
Ita diacuaaion of public men and measure.
la in the Interest of public inteirrlty, honcat
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known no pcraonal allegiance in treating pub
specimen coplea of any edition will be aent
A Mention by Retiring Moderator
Hill Rev. Jan. Parka), of Knox,
vllle, TenueHHee, Elected a
As early as 0 o'clock this morning n
Obltu- snm" apriiikliuflr of mcmlicrs to the (.en-
free to any one Bending their address,
Readina- noticea ten cent, oer line.
fI7ima7tlf.,.d ,ocictr' "" 2y erol Assembly oftlie Southern Prcshvte
each (not exceeding ten linen) or filty cent. I . . . ' ,
THURSDAY. MAY 15, 18'JO.
THE DAILY CITIZEN
la on aale at the following placca In Aahevlllc:
BATTBRY PARK NBWS STAND.
OLBN ROCK NBWS STAND.
MODBL CIGAR 8TUKB, Patton Ave.
J. CARSON'S NBWS STOKB, Nurth Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
New. About AabevllllaiiH and ol
tHrany;era within Our Uates).
C. C. Cobb, of Morganton, S. C, is at
the Glen Rock.
J. R. Glasscock represents Cincinnati, ncweil ami
Ohio, at the Glen Rock.
W. Madison Scott, of Richmond, Ya.,
is ut the Battery l'ark.
J. H. Puckett represents Petersburg,
Ya., at the Grand Central.
Alexander McLean represents New
York at the Swannanoa.
C. F. Kynor is registered at the Bat
tery Park from Orange, N, J.
M. T. Davis and J. G. I'osey, of Ilen
dersonvillc, are in the city.
S. M. Pritchett is registered at the
Swannanoa from Ilultiniore,
Mrs. Price and MissGalv.of Cleveland,
Ohio, are at the Grand Central.
J. W. Lindlcy and I. K. Dcndy of South
Carolina are at the Glen Koek.
12. II. Harding, of Fnrmville, Ya., is
registered ut the Battery Park.
C. K. Chichester, of Charleston, S. C,
is registered ut the Swannnnon.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Stone arc at the
Buttery Park from Cleveland, Ohio.
Colorado is represented ut the Swan
nanoa by V. G. Wiggerton, of Lead-
riun church could be seen strolling in the
direction of the Presbyterian church, and
at 10 o'clock the stated clerk, Dr. Wilson,
was in his office busily enrolling the com
missioners, of which a considerable num
ber had by that time arrived. Judging
from apiiearauees, the visitors e.eri
enced by no means a fatiguing trip to
this city. All had an air ol freshness and
elasticity thut spoke of rest unbroken, or
feeling sunrullled by detentions orunmf
cssary delays en route.
They gathered in little groups on the
lawn in front of the church, or visited
the Assembly postotl.ee for cxicctcd
mail. Old neouailltlllleesbiti. were n.
introductions exchanged ns
they chatted or strolled over the neigh
boring streets. Some wore coats of clef
ical cut, but the conventional Prince
Allx-rt was in the majority, ns were also
the still derby hats, though shining
beavers, broad brimmed slouches and
cool looking straws were also seen.
I lie assembly oiened at 11 o'clock
with 12!) delegates present and
all of the States represented. The church
was well filial and nt u few minutes befoic
the hour the retiring moderator, Mr. II
it. Hill, entered with Rev. Ir. John A.
Scott, of Hufheld, V. Va., and Rev. Rol
ert A. Webb and took his sent at the put
pit. The entire congregation joined in
singing the doxology and Dr. Hill offered
a short prayer. Alter singing bv the
choir lr. Hill read from thesixtiethehap
tcr ol Isaiah, and lr. Scott praved to
be the gurst of Mr. C. Ii. Graham.
Rev. V. A. Campbell, I). I)., of Rich
mond, Vn., is the ellicieut evangelist of
the Presbytery of linst Hanover. He
has developed beyond all cxcctations
the feeble churches of linst irgiuin, and
has effected organizations at points hith
erto without Presbyterian service. He
is the author of n commentary upon
Matthew, nnd every mouth writes a
commentary on the Sabbath school les
son for the Ivnrncst Worker. He is pru
dent, sagacious anil conservative, anil
his intlucucc will be felt positively upon
the floor of the Assembly,
Rev. W. II. Houston, l. I , of Nash
ville, Tenn., is secretary of Foreign Mis.
sums. He spent his early manhood m
China. 1'ndcr his management the work
of Foreign Missions has greatly increased
and anew mission hnsjnst liccii organized
in Africa. His iersonnl ex.icrici.ee in the
foreign field ijualilici him admirably to
ipprecuite the intricate o,ucstious with
which he has to ileal. He will Ik- heard
upon the Hour of the Assembly in tin
cause he represents.
Rev. J. N. Crui'T, 11. l of Atlanta, is
secretary of In me missions, which in
cludes the su, port of weak churches in
the older States, the founding of churches
in the new States, the education of col
ored ministers and the support of the in
valid ministers and the widows and or
phans of ministers. l)r. Craig was for
mcily nn effective pastor in Mississippi.
I luring the yellow lever scourge, he re
mained nt his post ami saw bis town and
church decimated. For weeks he, him
self, lay at the iiut of death from this
disease, Imt fortunately recovered to serve
the church in this large and important
Ir. Andrew J. Witherspoou, the head
of the Bethel Mission in New Orleans, is
one of the visitors who will attend the
meetings of the General Assembly. Ir.
Witherspoou labors entirely with and
lor the sailors who enter that great
Southern port. I-or years be has de
voted himself to the work and his name
is known by crh:ips ns many seamen
as that of anv living man. For eight
years he has attended the sessions of tin
General Assembly and one evening is al
ways given to the discussion of his work.
It is very probable that to-morrow even
bill of costs, amounting to $l-'t, was
presented to that body and it was or
dered to be paid out of the city treasury,
There has been some comment on the
Board's action among citizens.
"The case was rcnllv against the city,"
said City Clerk Miller, "although it was
in Mr. Hunter's name. We think that
Mr. Hunter was in the discharge of his
official duty and that it is just for us to
uphold him. 1 think it is customary for
cities to pay the costs of such a case.
The jury in the criminal court did not
have a single town man on it, and 1
think the town did not have a fair show
ing. It seems when the town has a ease
in court and the jury is composed of men
from the country, it is always decided
against the city."
the Lord in whom we live and move and ,m wl" ,IC ,llv,,u''1 1,1 subject by the
have our Ix'inii and from whom wo re. 1 1"-1'1'"' Assembly.
ccive every good and perfect gilt to look
with compassion upon the congregation
He prayed that the Lord would conimis
sion the church in itsgreut work and that
heavenly wisdom would direct the as-
scmlily in its InlKirs. He asked for the
Mrs. L. P.
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The rains of last night pre vented work , ," "c "Wl'".
w.w., i,i,ui iii Bulging mill IT. mil o-
lowed with his retiring sermon. The
i. .it , . ..i-.i
ui Lin. seruioii will lie louiiil on
the third page ol to day's Citiun.J
t . i .. . .-.".
.n me conclusion oi me sermon the re
tiring moderator ollered prayer and the
" invcviicii to can i lie rullol tnccom-
missioncrs present. Nominations I'm
moderator then Isang in order the fol
lowing gentlemen w-ere offered : Rev. C.
R. Hemphill, l. 1 ol Louisville. Rev. H.
0. Davics, D. l., of Henderson, Kv., anil
Rev. James Parks, U, I)., of Knoxvillc
All of them received warm seconds from
representatives of various synods. The
first ballot resulted in Parks. IHi; llcinj
mil, ol ; navies, 1 j. So election.
I ndcr the customary rules the lowest
name was dropiied mid another ballot
taken. Result: Parks. 00: llciiiiihill..-ii!:
on the South Main street paving this
Mrs. J. Matthews and
Mills, of Boston, arc at
There were lo arrivals ut the prinei
pal hotels vestcrday the largest for
C. C. Lewis and wile nnd Mrs. P. II.
Noyes, of Charleston, W. Ya., arc nt the
Mr. II. A. Banks, of the Charlotte
Chronicle, is here to attend the General
John Carroll has returned from St.
Louis, where he has been for some time,
und will remain here.
Miss. C. Curtis, of Old Port, and Miss
Mary lirvin, of Lenoir, arc in the city.
They arc ut the Grand Central.
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..nv,u, .u,i,.iHv.Niiiiuiii nuiiiinii i iiikb cicciiou liiiuiiunous. i ins was
to be given at the V . M. L. A. rooms yes-1 carried, and Dr. Parks was declared
tcrday morning was Kistoncil owing to elected, und conducted to his sent. Dr.
the cloudy weather. Hill, the retiring moderator, welcomed
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Jenkins and Miss llim tllc high office in a feeling address
I.hzalictbJcnkins,:of Chicago, have taken an(1 Dr. Parks accepted the office in a
rooms ut the Buttery Park. They nr- suitable sieecli, assumed the gavel and
rived this morning. I announced the Assembly ready for the
Tavlor. Bouis& Brolhertonsmcn mm!.- le'n f temporary clerks. Reverends
no demand for shorter hours during the
Among those who are fxx-clcd lo Ik
present as visitors to the Assembly, but
who have not yet arrived, is Rev. J.
Rockwell Smith, a missionary to Brazil.
At present he is in Philadelphia ami has
stated his intention to lie here some time
during the Assembly, iirubably by Sun
Rev. Dr. Sampson, of Athens, Greece.
will lie here Saturday ami Rev. G. D.
Mullicws, of London, ling., will lie pre
cut some tunc during the session.
Governor l-'nwlc arrived this morning
and is nt the Hal tcry Park. To-night at
the reception he will welcome the Asscm
bly in the name ol North Carolina. II
is accompanied by his daughter.
Hon. Jehu L. 'rr, commissioner from
Tomliccklicc Presbytery, was burn in
Anderson, S. C, sixty-two vcars ago.
He isn brother ol the late lion. James L.
Orr, Governor oi South Carolina. II
moved lo Columbus. Miss., in Is L'l, where
he has resided and practiced law ever
since, lie is regai ded .istbe ablest law
verm northeast Mississippi. He served
several terms in the Slate legislature, was
The Rev. H. W. HiiyH Cleared of a
Very Herloua Charite.
St. Lous, Mo., May 15. (Siwcial.l
Thenpieal ol'Kcv. II, W. Buys has been
sustained and he is acquitted by the gen
eral conference. I a 1SKS Rev. II. W.
Bays had charge of a church in Knoxvillc
where he was accused of immorality.
He was arraigned for trial before the
quarterly conference ami was suspended
(lending the meeting of the annual cuti
Icrrucc. At the utiiiun! conference held in
Abingdon, Ya., of that year, he was tried
and cxic!lcd from that conference and
the Methodist church. Prom this de
cision an apeal was taken to the gen
nil eoiiliTciicc with the result stated.
W. W. Bays, brother of II. W. Hays, was
lor four years pastor of the Central
Methodist Church of Ashcvillc, N. C.
Marshal lichollcft vcsicrdavforGrcens-
horo with H. L. Downs, the man wh
;i; P1IOTOGU APIIIC
ASHEYILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
aa 8. Main St., Ashevlllc.
apr IN il
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In ntmiitittcn nut lea. thnn one tnn nt factory
In iiuuitit!cN not less tlimi one hull' tun ut factory.,,,
noti pound., no tickets, 10 pounds each
700 uh " 2H
TB0 " IS ' fll
1000 ' 10 " 100 "
loS ,t;.r ,,u""red.
Tieketa now on anlc nt the office of the
CEMENT, LIME ANO PLASTER
C. K. MOODY,
No Ice will be delivered without enah or ticket.
Ashevillc Ice & Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue
JKLLICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Grate, . - tj.oo.ll For Stove, . . . 4.5,0.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For aale nt Wholesale and Kctuil by
ASHEYILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY
(...uiia; 30 uiiu 40.
B'elu.jye Aitent. iDome.tlc and Steam) lor Western North Carolina.
1 mice No. : Pntton Avenue.
Telephone No. 40.
WiireliiitiHc neiir I'relKht liut.
LHWI8 MADDUX, Pre.
L, p. McLOUU, Vlce-I're.:'
. B. RANKIN, Cajhiv,.
MIK ' "'" J' Ay". Kccd
E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
Oraaolied Mar l.t. 1H8H.
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND CAPITAL, 850,000. S U R PLUS, 815,000
State, County and City Depository.
Due. a Ociieral nankin nuainc...
I Imve niuile nrniiiKemeiits to Vw ami
shall .nun have a lull .tuck of theliestlirnnds
LOUISVILLE ANO ROStNDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS AND IN BULK.
HOOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My wiirchiiuKc is now lielnji liulll iiiljnininR
Depo.it. recel veil . K xch
leetiona made on all aeccaaible polnta. The Snvinu Feature will receive .pedal attenii...
Onallauma in thla department, depoalted fur four montha or lonucr. imm.i . ..
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention (riven to loan, on real eatate, which will be olac-.l tr i.. .1 .
.onaWe term.. '
Open trom V a. ra. to a p, m.
On Saturdnya the SuvlnR Department will beoK-ntill a p.i
was convicted ol raising bills at the' last "lru"il track find my stock pnrtly here and
term in inc reocrai eouri. 1 lie prisoner nrrivliiK. t'ntil my own warehouse la Hn-
willlK-kept nt Grmisboro until niter i.hed I .hull occupy the Weh.tcr warehouse
t. lianotle court, and will then lie taken
to Columbus, ( Hint, where he will serve a
live year's term in the icuitcutary,
All young men are invited to attend
the meeting for young men which will lie
held .it the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation in-night at H o'clock sharp. The
Heeling will be led by Rev. T. II. Hunt
ol lliiiileisonville, who is attending the
lieneral Assembly. Mr. Hunt was for
merly general secretary of the Young
Men's Christian Association at Ports
mouth, Ya., and will make the meeting
interesling to vouiiu men.
Nllver IMaled Ware,
III canters, spoons, forks und knives,
iccinl inducements nre Uing ollered
now. Rogers' trinnle nlated knives.
o 1 . i .1 jkt set. l-orkstii match nt sunn
price. Desert knives. Si. fill ncr .!. A
spleinlid a-sortnicut of Kccd .V Barton
luaivM ware, inc ik-si gooils mailr, art
Htereil at lowest pruvs. Crockery, t-lass
anil cutlery, very large stock and always
ihcl'tviM prices at Law's, 57, flu and
01 honth Mam strevt.
lee for Mention iHv.
(In and after May 1st ice will In- ilcliv
ereil only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may Is- obtained nt our ollice, No. ,"!n
ration avenue, and will Is strictly cash.
Amiimi.i.i: Ick ami Coal Co.
I'pon the announcement of the vote, il n ,lu'm,K'r ,,,r lw" years ol the Confcder-
was moved that the Assembly make Mr. ntc l'"n;r,'',s "l "" two rears was colo
nic Mountalti lnrk Hole),
SltrliiuH, N, f..
Is hniteliiss in every particular, with
the best table in the South, pure ami
anuiwani water and K-rtivt sanitary ar
raugemeuts. The scenery is iH-aulilul. climate much
iiiMier man .-vsiuyuie, lllcrc iKIIIg no
narsn winds ami no dust toirnuni. w.-.-.L
The hatbs in tiiio l,li lun.U . il... c...
nelof the thirty-first Mississippi regiment. iKt ill the w irld ami the thermal waters
Since the war he has served w til ilislinc- excillcds-eilic lor rhcumnl ism, ''riek nildi nee now tHvupled by .nld f. I.
., , , ... notlt sciatie.-i nrrvmi. ,.tlin,,il Viiiil.ililrr, un.l the atnlilea mid aevernl aiUn-
tion on the bench, as circuit judge, lie is Ti Vi; ! 1 . ,c.xlm1"t," ""' nt Iota hack of It, bounded ua follow.: on
iiownnnetiveiirm tlll,,,,.., ... .1 I ' u"":'"" ' "H11.1 ,,I,M"- the mini, l,y ColleKe .treel. on the en.t by
now nn tuiixe praititioner ut the bar. l-.xexllcnt physicians reside at the ho- "'il."n atreet. on the .outh by Kaiilc.trcet
lie freipiently represents his church in tel. ' .md on the we.t by the Jail lot and the A. T.
Parties usinit .hese articles enn auvc oneenrt-
ukc by linvliiK order, at oilier and hnvlnn
proiwrty delivered direct from warehouse or
by enllliiK there for It.
AKTII'ICIAL KTONH WORK miulc ailllle
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
Py virtue tif nuthurltv vntcH In (Unrvlcvi
K. Connnl hy u ccrtnin UtI in triiHtrxccutetl
"y i . i. iuni.iunr ' fi wile. K. A. Vam.iltlvr.
Intt-il tilt i-'tJj day of June, A. II. 17, unit
rvKiivrvu in trie Ki'KtmtT nonitwui IluncomlM
ctiuui.v in Book lo. unuv CT: anil by virtm
tit luithonly vtittii in V. W. BumurU lv u
tin a in UitfU frtnii nitl T. I. VnnC.ihk-rand hli-
Mtui wilrilutrd (let. 14. 1NM7. nnd rruialcml
ut hmmI kiiiiU-r' oilier In Muuk do. nnuf uh
tocctlur with a dt-clurution of truttt uf th.
Miitl W. W. Hanmnl Ut-clnrrd thcrvin dntril
tictuiirr a, ihtt, and r Kn-tcrxU in rtuid Hut
in lti.k 11 of inurtKiii--i und iltviU in trust
in mi fit' aim iiv Hctrtuinutlirrdi'trdfrutii
llw T I V III. I..- it.: i.i
...v s. a. iiiutniiltl aim uia nniu WU7 tt
mid V. W. Itiirnnrd dntvd Oftottvr a.
1NN7. nnd rtKtMt-rtd in nnid ulhee In Hook
o. itaui OO.'I. ti;i'tlu-r with a. lti-lurnti(tM ..i
iniNt ui.uic tlicrt'itu hv the mum. W. W. Iit-M
nrtl .laud th.- 14th diiv l tH-tobcr. A. li
l ms7, nnd rrKtMtcrvd in until otliit in Hunk 1 1
i iutiriKnu' mm t u til h ui trunt, pauc 4i
mil iy virtue of nutlmritv vcultd in I. A
Joiutnt l.v u cirtmn dtvd in tniittriutl li.
the mild T. I. Vniitriltlrr and hi uul wiic
niiim ui" imiiiii uiy in .-OVt-niIKT, 1 HHJ
and rt-KiHttTt d in miid ollifc in Hook of nmrt
Uiiuch and ilct'dn in trtiMi N. n, iuirc 47U.
nn win mi ny vi rim- ui imv nuthutity he mny
hnvv ity n-iirttin til tliv ilied intniNt Arataliovt
imntitiui-d. Uhr nnid T. I. Vuut.ildrr und win
uuviiiK in Hen to pay the tiiuntra ttreured h
avu i n u every oi until ueed in trunt unt:
lt.lt I niitl ilcilaruiluilH til l runt thrnun nr
ctinluiM to their nevt-rul proviitiom., and t lit
-am trimtevM iinvnii; nurred nmonu them.
ulve an to the iirlnritieii uf the vaniiui
lil. it tHcurd and ua to the inter division
iiiv iiroei.-eiiB oi inc flic ol tnc
iiiihu hrmiifilter driHTileili. the Miid r.i-nr.
vieve K. L on nut and the uld W. V. Uariwinl
nnd the Miid J. A. Conant, truntcen in Miid
nn in in num. and ucitin and dcclnrationii ol
truHt theretm, will well at public auction tor
nnu ni me coun nonne uoor in inc lity ol
heville at 'J o'eloek in. on the Himt d i.i
NIllV. A. II. 1MUO. a eerluhl niree or iuir.il s.t
lniid in the city of Aheville. count v of lhin-
oiutie uiid Stute of North CarnlliiM. nn ihr
uu in miic oi loiu-KC street, aud ou the west
nine oi i u Vinson street, tneluditiK theelruant
Only 8 Mile from Al.cvllle on the A. & . Railroar!
The Kreutot numlier nnd variety of mineral .prinK. to lie found in the South.
48 Springs on Less Than 40 Acres.
ever found. Many nre bylsVoi io hiiid V.i, 'r"Z 'SX
at nonnunl prl.ea to advertise the pTTicc nnd the mineral w nttr. Iti.nnl un I....I ..a
$20 to $30 Per Month, or Si Per Dav.
Kcfcrcncca, testimonials, ele can be hud Iiv wrltinc to the ,,,. . i,,... . ,
Int. rrst-d 1. invited to come ami trv ll J,-, i M,r. lt- anyone
slimmer. " nl w innuv nel
For furthr.i.VV1 1 "' "nd rr,urn " 7 !' "-"' an kcnta.
fehl I dflm
OTIS A. MILLER,
Skylaiid p. o., IS. C.
ONU Ol' TUB
In tiV South.
Service und tabic First
r il'. : ' . ' -A . - 1
ii 1 ?'rs-'s',1,TT7
ASH KYI I.I. IC,
'1 I'lVU MIM'TliS'
WALK I'KliM TUB
I STHEET CARS
Push Hie door fvci.i lu
I'ot term. addreM
II. J. GREENWELL, Proprietor.
Anhevllle, N. C. Ncar .aB-0trM ... .
P. A. DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO.,
Manufacturers and Itculera In all klnda of Ureaacd
lie nciiicimy rejireseuis HIS Cllllrell III
I'resliytcry nnd Synod, hut hiisncvcrhccn
in the Asscmhly Ix-forc this year.
recent agitation and the firm has decided
to let them oft at 3 p. m. Saturdays.
A party of Philndclpliinns consisting ol
Chns. B. McMichacl, Clement It. New
bold, B. Gordon Bromley and L. V. I!nr
riiiRton ii registered at the Battery l'ark.
I v i'ii mu tn iiiliiid a...,I...LL...
Mr. ImIiii I! U,M i., i.". . . ."""V"! ' """"'K r liny.
" " I "mniMiuur i iniiini III .Mi iltlll:llll I'lirk I111I..I ..t r.n
mrrchuiit of New (Irleuns. li mini eminent I For rotes etc., eddress
in the church, hut (itiiet und dillideut. mil W. 0. Doouttlk.
nctive worker nither thnn a sis-tikcr. Mc I A Mew Moiid to iiHhh.
Dr. I n vies of Kentucky moved t hull lie " memiKTol tliel 'rytiinirstrivtchiirch. II you nre wise nnd wish to liecomr
privilege of the floor lie extended in the hn" 18 m,u'1 '"r ' nlieriility nnd mil. "c". '"'.. '!"" weiililiy nlso. you will use
1 riiuis leave .islleville lor Hot Kiiriuus nnd phue the auld W. W. Ilnrnnrd will aril ut
(I. ill., .,111 mill 1 11. 111 punnc nueiion lor en.n a large lot ol house.
t . i ....
r.. a. nnwsy anu tv. A. Alcxuniler were
nominated and elected.
ll.i.-lilann lit, miu, M.,.h'. At .h- ......
l nirniKS 'mo piuee ine auiu w. w.
7 liulilic nuellon lur en.h a
,,.. ni,,. kui ci lurmiure uniirr inc auin.ir.
itv of the deed Irom aaid VuutSildrr and wife
10 minium nrat anu nliove nientlnncd and
inc dcciitnuiiin 01 trust mine tnen-on
nloreauid Mnreh 'J'J. 1HU0.
UKNBVIUVU K. CONANT, Trustee.
J. A. CONANT, Tru.tee.
V. W. UAKNAKU, Tru.U-e.
Door, Oaah, BllndM, lrlouldliiK8, Stalrwork, MantelH, Bank
- urc, ana an kinds of Bulldlnsr M alcrial.
Han: Y ood Lumber Wnrlr
Telephone Mo. a6.
Jt . I' A.iuims, rr.ldrnt.
V . it. CiniiiNS, Vlcc-rre.ldent.
W. M. Asiimokk, Hrerctnry.
Auks. A1.LIM1N, Tremurer.
' I u..ti l-: l.-l....;! . .. .1.. n
pastor of the First I're.hvtcrinn church, ' "' -liurne i, the elder from ' ' Mi lin'c ,, , n "
Dr. W.S. I'. Bryan. This was curried M-ouisiniio I rcshytery, a prointueut eiti- Hour is not v ili. U.t l,,.i il J....1L
ana Ur. Hrynu thanked the nssemlily fr n oi union koiikc, I lie Male cuiitnl. I
the courtesy 11ml in liehiilf..f !,. i.i... I He was 'ormerly district iiulire. nml i. '
. . . vioiiura 10 me uen- tcriuns of Ashevillc invited the Assemhlv m,w Mn,e """rney of I-ust Union New AdvcrllHeilienlnTo.ranv. I
" Il f . t II . I "a" I
Riiok., IIT. Arc J. 0. Howell.
FOt MT1I PAUK,
NoTlCK I'. T. Merrlwrther.
f.rr.1 ..wmlilv am. invitjw, 1 1. .. I . 'I 11 , i. ,, , .
j . ,,,,, me 10 a reception at the Huttcry l'ark hotel """Kc i nnsu. nr uns ik-cii lor sonic
room.oiine oung Men tiinstian As- this evcninii. This wns accented. Kev yenrs a freiucnt ilclcoiite to Preshvtcrv
KKiation and to make use of the privi- Mr. rynn Kad nn nviintion from the nml Svn",, n,ld ' n" '""uenlinl man in
leges which they offer. Carolina Athletic Club, ofTcring the free- cl,,,rt'h mntt"-
The charge against Thomns Luncfor domofthe club to the commissioners Col. J. J. Wade, of the Presbytery of
Slrikioii lack Thompson with n billinrrl durinir their stnv in idi. rii Ti,. 1. Mnryhind, is from llullimore. when, lie
cue was beard in the Mavor'i court this scmbly thnuked the club for thccoiirtcsy. n nctive elder in the new Marylnnd TMrt.i&"cTwiW
morning. He was diKhnrgrd. O. A. Dr. Bryuu welcomed the Assembly to venue church. lie wns burn t Chris- iJhJJ."'!.!! "ii'.YriiV,,K'1' A" J- t',n",,""
Greer, who was accused of an assault, the city and to the First I'rcsbyteriun ''"""'"""R. Va., is a Inwycrof prominence " ' v. t.'mkhki wktiikr.
r. . ... ..... !u 1.: 1 . . . mavlAiiut
wna fined one penny and the costs. church. He also in behalf of the Indies ,n '", m,"l,tcd e'ty. nml is nn earnest
' D. D. Suttle has sold to Mrs. S. 13. of "'" congregation invited the visiting !,"""y-",ehool worker, a wise and faith-
Bonis a lot on Mcrrimon avenue, adjoin- '" to n rm-ption und tcu at Mr. C. ,ul c",cr """ " 'l'""etiitive mini, ruhllc notice I. h.n-i.y ulven thnt on Pri-
IngC. A. Moore's property, for $3,750. Graham',. IT. Wm. M. Mcl'licetcrs, an elder of :uJ,.,A".?CtV"CthHe,ryin,K.'::':nil!
Eug. P. Withers has sold a lot on the " decided that when the Assembly '-""" nveiiiie chureli of St. Louis, is c,u" ,;h'c"n,ln1,"ft!nn;!;r" "lh,j,"!f' S'
corner ol Chestnut and Bridge streets to ""J0" " c till to-morrow morning ut mni city. nc is """ "k for iK-r,i..in lo extend the line, of
... ... .... n on ...!....!. i . .. nrnminMil n n I.I,..-.!, .....I I .- ny nn ii'iiows :
. A. Keynoias lor ,0tK. niuui. n motion to n.liourn pro ' '.' .... sum us wen ns I'lr.t. I'rnm the Intrnwrtlon ofHuuih Ml
The Faleon,(Tenn.Udvoente strongly v',n.d,""d "flCr " ,rnycr b lhc ncw T"1 ., ",,,B" I'h.v.icinn.
endorses Mr. D. W. Herrine of MeNnirv modcrntor the Assembly closed its ses- "c ' " r"lllef f t"e Rev. b. B. Mc- Heeond Pn.m the Inierncctlon of Kouth '
CnaorseS Mr. U W. Ilernng, Of MlNairy . , l'h.tcrs. I). I)., of .ni.il.d m i. :Vn. " Vnlley atreet., along Vnlley atreet.
connty, Tenn., brother of J. II, llcrrinc ' ." iounie ireet.
oftbiseity, a. a democratic candidate I . . "cv" Jnm', Inrk, D. D.,of Knoxvillc. ""MrsecuUd and imprisi.ned nnd had J," 1..
fi.rcomrresaforhi. diatriet Mr H tBC Mcwv elected moderator, is past the '"" no,,,,e l"""cu' y tlic l eilcnil uu- itv ipmrry
w TconTnT to HonSdn g S " f . ..l.ercnc t, Vu-&ur.ree SlE
"""" .'- I ,. ..J :., ... ..... ,. the I istllletivc ilm'triii... nf l .,l...,l. street and the new atreet rumilnu ,,! wunl
lund'S administration. . " 1 . ' . ' RCV ,, . . , " ; :."" .. ..''"" avenue, northwest, til the eltv
Jane Mills was before Justice Mnlonc
A. Ramsey, of Murfrecsljoro. Tenn.. ln "r. Mcl'lieetersison uncle of I'rof. V.
nn eloquent speech. Dr. Parks evidently . ' "Kt nct"r, u. u., of Columlnu scm-
limits nt or near the re.lrirnee of T. a. M,,rrl.
soil, K... or from I'atton avenue, nlunv
," hi anil Acancmy .ireels, to tile .nine
I'olnt, with a branch truck Icnilinu ih
ruin, to extend the line of trnrk now end-
ycaicruar u -.,,., , ,ey tnn.icr, mld ,.,. .. . . - mnry.
who cnargea ncr witn carrying a pistol. wn. f . ... Auiomr the cl.l.-ra wl... .. ,w.o,.i
Mr. Malone dismiss the .lefendnnt nnd ,,,, ,. wi fe fi . sioners to the Assembly, is Cnpt. j. l. ."r , StSFfll
made the Can.Ier woman pay the costs. o(ricer. p " farrier, of the Wilmington Presbytery. " T . . M J '
The partes are colored and live at Cnp- Lettcr,0f nt(nt hnye bcc mvcd For sterling Integrity, high Christian "n; WiitftiVX ,KrthM"'n "tntl
I'ormcrly of Lyman St Child I,
LOAN I JROKEIl
Strictly a Brokerage BualneM
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home Office i KNOX VILLIJ, TENN. "
Authorized Capital, - . 825.0()().()()()
LOCAL HOARD AT ASIIUVILLU:
8. O. Hon., President.
C. C. McCaktv, Vlec-I're.iilcnt.
Tiikii. V. Tkkkki.i., 8c. It Trcaa.
I'. A. tin Minns, Attorney.
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL.
liiH-.aKeiiernlbu.lnes.. Lend, full fnee vnlue of .t....k .1. . ,..
..n...n...t. 1. , .1.11 1 -. I.I1.-NIIU
mnnllil. l...... . .....T. ..".' ""V1 '""'.' "' at six lier cent, in
dead i.nal.1. and Vh. ..Vin'... ."" whleh i. en.h dlvl
from llto I i :""'. "1r:'',:.n.,:"r"' . 'ei,."i" ""y te withdrawn with
Unk.MTr.tee.r VorfurtherUartr Uepo.lted with time National
N. T. HOWARD, State Agent.
OIHce for a few dava at Taylor, Houla A Urotherton'a, No. a Pntton Ave.
Dealer in Wall Paper, Wlndow8hadcaudPateiitHanKcrfi,
".-" "an vami.nc, Muaury'a Mixed I'ulnU and Colors.
Prench and Ainerleaa
Wt keep la stock Bt. Loulaand Kentucky Lead.
P ' from the following gentlemen unable to
Rev. K. L, Abernethy, president of attend the Assembly
Rutherford College, will, by invitation of Messrs. John II. Inmnn, of New York;
Mr. John W. Storncs, county superintend- Rn vinel, of South Curolinu s Andrew Reed,
entorpumic instruction, deliver a lecture Baltimore; I. Allicrt Wallace. Bristol:
on the "Human Soul and Mind," during Wendell Prime, editor New York Obser.
the session of the Buncombe county I ver; the editors Central Presbyterian,
Teachers' Institute, to be held the first Richmond, Va. ; B. C. Wherry, Richmond,
week in June. va. j Q, li. Wilson, On. Rufus Bnrringer,
Horace 0. Martin, native of Green- Charlotte, N. C. ; Rev. Peyton 8, Hoge,
vllle connty and for some years a citizen Wilmington, N, C. ; R. B. Welllord, jr.,
pfOiwrrtlleeoirty.B.C.,diedatAtldn- ' "nn, uco. w. wh-
JU liisdir. He was abort 46 years old, lmm, Wllm"8ton, N. C. ; Rev. Dr. Alex
U;cMIWa printer and at on time ""dw Martin, Danville, Va.i Hon. W. VY.
"; i...cnnneterl with the Pl,m,er of .hi. Henry, Richmond, Va.
li'rky whmbeto AiTorably remembered. . Rev'. '',me, Lowric Wi,,,on- D- f
Ur.Martiawasoneofthefirstto enter AubeviII. 8. C, who still carries the
.U CoairdcraU serYice, going from An- woands nwlved IntbeConfed-
j. I. . r wuv ,u. r.iL- u." r waU service, Is one of the most populnr
rst)aS.C with the 'Calhoua Kego- preachers in South Curolina as well as
an.- loneol the most semal of men. He will
life and devout application of the Bible's
teachings he stands conspicuous in his
I'resliytcry. His system has suffered
from the effect of wounds received In the
Confederate service, but he is stilt cheer
ful and enjoys life to its fullest measure.
WHY IT WAS DONE.
AHIlliVIIXU HTHKUT KAILWW CI I .
Hv T. W. Patton, uierintcudcnt.
Km plantation or t.lllla Mailer of
Intercat to Clllaenk.
Policeman T. V. Hunter arrested u man
Loan, aecurely plncrd at S tier cent.
And Sweedlah movetnenls.
Alau In.truction In Phyalenl Cultun r.,r
iniiiea ann cnildrrn In cln.se. or private, by
asian mimic, or New York. at M1HHION Hint.
A second hnnd money anlc and one nolr 1 B-,u t-8 p. m. Calls or In-
platform arnica, linqulra of quinca ny mall anawercd promptly.
s fzvt vumni
Or KICLLV A BTRACHAN. F"" HUNT,
flu I'ATTON AVKNIIB. A nlee Tmom brie, cottnite. newlv n.r.
si.ne.1, n.r the next 4 or S month.. Io.aea-
syflillf Office Th. Aahevlllc Shoe Co.
several months ago for obstructing the FAMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS SvaTtI
....... .i.v....ee.vi.i.icui,iiilnc asent rnr Reems creek Woolen Mills. Two aood aervnnl. a r. . .i
MayorV court the defendant took an ai- ns u... hiSS nf-XfiLSSl?
....... I ----- ! HsfUrTlll. N. I.-. I Binim. ...lil A .t.l .. ...... ... .
peal to the criminal court. The case was !" iv
there decided ugainst Hunter, and then yuii malu on bxchanok "
went to the supreme court, where the a .iii.c.Lry. LV- Cll CCUCM UIUTCH
decision was sustained, and Hunter was 5j.U! ! S-"!. ai?TS Yhe r.,m,n,raVo'. 4U
A.neTuie, n, c. I wnuc. pnld. Address H ihl. .,m?. J,i.k V
mad, to pay tU cost. In the c... Ti SiC .rT, JTgZ
thelast meeting of th. city council tte
,f.r'r .." commlMilon, PlneoutDU. 'Pull tine
w.ra. 1'rlcc. low. Ij.i
0 to S3B per week.
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY,
7 Haywood Street.
All WATKR THOROUGHLY FILTERED ou the PrcmUc..
Twenly-ilv. yenrs of practical ..rienc combined with p.asoNAb alUuUon to all do-
tall, of th.hu.lnc..nd,R-rfectarmaKemcnU for c.sanuhbm and imiuitv f -n i.
manufactured, .nable th. proprietor to nrcacnt to hi. numerous pntron. . superior class of
Carbonated NeveraKra, (
Vichy and Seltzer Water in Slplionn.
Ofner Ale and all the vurloua flavors if 80DA WATBR ready for shipment and delivered
Irwin City llmlla. ut uf town orderslmnaf haw ssrosiL reference.
C. H. CAltlPnELt,.
TUB LBADINO '
WINE .. AND .. LIQUOR STORE .
IN TUB STATE.
PINK SAMPLli AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. MAatQVAHDT, I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
"in i, nnraeryman,
sat KocneaUr. N. V.