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X BOARDING, WANTS,
THE DAILY CITIZEN
liclivered to Visitors in any part of
Two Weeks, or Iran -
For Rent, and Lost Notices, thiee
lines or less, 25 Cents for
U1 1 1 AltUH
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER .7, 1889
l'HETHIRTEE DAY'S PKO.
The color Line Cropn Out "He
Hocly SCU Down Solidly lo Work
WASHINGTON 1.KT1 ICR.
North Carolina Pine In the Cath
WASHINGTON, October LI, ISS'.I.
11.... c 1.' IJInllins is to be man ied next
month to Mrs. Maii.y, it wealthy
i. h.k.zionchi'hi:h, i i i. m i.i i ini Kill u Al
THE MARINE CONFERENCE.
lsomc widow ot i ; is city. The lady's
Tlie Delegates are Received by
the ireldt nt.
W siiini;ton, October 1G. The marine j
.- - ll ..... nuKmlili'll tlllS
ext. i couierencc oi :
mil i morning, anil was duly organized : and,
i. . . I r. u..;,,n .iiliourncd until the I
GOV. HILL IN GEORGIA.
ATLANTA It OURS AND FAIR
o,i the Revision ol me
v..... V..UW ili-tuber Hi. Ur
sula! over the F.piseopal house
ties tins morning.
Reports ol special eommiltees were hi st
tikcii U. The sentiment of that to which
the memorial of the colored clergymen
was referred was divided. Majority and
minority reports were presented r.
Phillips moults, wno
minority report, in speaking of t c
church, said: "She knows nothing ol the
color of a man's skin."
Discussion of reports was made tin spe
cial order for Frid.iy. .
lir Dix then took occasion lo remind
the convention that the thirteenth day
ol the session had arrived, and that no
more new resolutions could be ottered.
At 11 o'clock the house resolved to go
into committee of the whole to discuss
the inajorit) report of the jonueoinmit
lee on liturgical revision. Previously
to doing so, however, it was lecidet to
pass on the resolutions on the calendar
' The resolution of Kev. r- hair, ol
Western Michigan, providing tor the
M.irUu..l needs ol those iiav.gat.ng-ulaiid
waters, was p.iscd.
l 11. HI toe house went into commit
tee of the whole with L laneenor .."..-
il.rei ...in.UvSCiu-1.. which was earned
ined the debate. Ik move, halt he
f, st resolution le passed. Itsavs. 1 Wit
the word 'l'r-lr' he inserted bciore the
word 'lessoi.s' in the heading.;! the tab es
, lessons lor Sundays, lor holy daysai d
, 'he lortv .lavs o. Lent, ami thai he
I, , s f i.n.oef lessons Ik- inserted in the
contents." Adopted miani-
Pr Hart then moved the adoption ot
.he second resolution; ' f ha in. the .noni
us ami evening prayer.n.ier
And our mouths snail show forth
. raise,' there be inserted: Mintster-Oh,
o!! make speed to save us. Answcr
Oh, Lord, make haste lo help us
r Phillips Brooks arose and spoke
..gainst it. He was averse to changes
which did not have some real significance,
tT- tendency was toward making our
church more autl more alter the model ol
the English church instead ot moving in
the l,..e of progress
Dr. Hart, oi ioiin....".
when a dozen voices sang in ditlerent
tones "Oh, Cod, make speed and save
W'theemigiegation would have some
.excuse m aiisweum; vm.
haste to save us." . .
The resolution was lost, the noes Le.ng
"7r tart moved the adoption of the
third amendment: "That m the morning
In ! evening pray -r. tatthc
tnd grant us thy salvation and tin
;SSct'Oh.r..KJ.ninkeclciin our hearts
wUh n us.' here he inserted, 'Min.ster
V,t . 'i .......he state. Answer-And
.. .. ,,,,, we call utioii
. UllV llCiO - . ..'.:, ,
;nitcr linilue tnynuuisiei
Answer Ann mane u
--r , t- I.. L. L- in llii- lli'hesl t'.Tms ol till
' i;.i.w.ll,.t .rii.-rli:ins the ahlesland most
ilistingiiished North Carolina resident ol"
I have made two visits lo the Lutholte
I niversitv near this city, and one ol the
most beautiful materials used in finishing
the interior is the curled pine troin our
i..... i....k Tin- clivinitv huildmg,
the onlv one constructed at present, is
i..,i on sliioiiiL' ''round, a tew miles
,ut of the citv, and is particularly re
markable for its massive, yet beautuui
simplicity. It is built ol i.eorgetow ,
-miss rock, trimmed -villi Ohio sand
stone. Themaineentral par', ol the build-
in" is hve stories nign. wuin- n- "
wings are four stories. The architecture
of the structure is modernized Koman
. sque, ami the tinials of the pinnacles ol
, he central part ol the building and the
wings will in- surmounted with ideal
.dto-relievo figures of ancient philoso
phers. The Romanesque arcades ol the
windows will be adorned with similar
smaller tigu.es. An areaile corridor ex
tends irom tlie uoi lii to m.
the building, and the arcade entrance is
lo be surmounted with a mounted statue
ol the Lord i'lid Savior. Nironeot these
Bishop Keane, the rector, has alrea.lv re
ceived a lnagnineeiii p..ii.i...j, - -i--
Leo Xlll. Tne huge pin.ue ua. ...
lectures will be givn Iroui tune to tune
I... ,1.1 tiiniN Iff HUIIKU'S, uui
lavmen. is situateo in the soutii west
co'rner, and will aeeomniodate about M
Wo,.le. In the main corridor a marble
statue, of the Viig n Mary cosiiug ., '.
francs, and presented by Madame La
Kotix.of Pa-is, will be placed near the
entrance l the chapel. 1 he corridor
will ills.) contain statues of St. Paul and
St. Thomas Aquinas. The representa
tion of the latter, who will be the patron
saint of the institution, is a n i
the statue which stands on the I incian
Hill, at Koine, and was prescium
l-nglish Catholics residing m the aueient
city. Mrs. James P. llanio.ir. ot this
CUV, Ililf iii" , , i;,;, ",
. . i. C) nun -hnir (irLrati. in iii'1"11""
I,,,!,,, lecture hall, chapel and parlors.
the first floor will contain c ass rooms,
dining rooms and kitchen The thirteen
altars in the building will all be ol nar-
i.i.. Ti. iv ii nseotinir ami sian
o i Lei u ihm
afternoon, when the members repaired m
a body lo pay their respects to i resiuem
Harrison. ,, .
When the delegates reached the White
House, thev were shown into the Last
room, and the house was closed toevery
body else. Secretary lilaine informed the
President of their arrival, and they tit
i.. 1 1. K:mi room. Seere-
tary Hlaine presented Rear Admira
r raiiklm, presiuein. m vw.i.-.., ;
,. :.. . : ...i.uvil tin- other American
lIC 111 V.UIII HIM,"."".. -----
delegates. The foreign delegates were
next presented. Mr. Hlaine Inst pre
.1 ,.1... :,i.,. o .;,itcipr of the coun
seillCU LUC icaiuvi.v ,.......-v-. ...
try represented, and he m turn presented
the members of his delegation.
.... . ii .1 ;.,.,-fwliifiions had
w nen inesc loiiiito r - .
ended, the President spoke alewiuformnl
words of welcome, expressing his Kratili
. i.. i, bus assembleil
ration lii.o. ------
i. ....h olpjiK.-mt ausDices. He ex-
presscd' his deep personal interest in the
i i.:..i, ,;,.i,i hi. iintieiuatcd. and
ICSIIII-n mii mij,... 1
i... irnsi,.,! nttained bv the conference,
anil hoped that the passage of the seas
i... i.. ,.e e,.i'.. iiu ii lias been
iiiigni ue iimuv- ,io ... - t
made rapid. The President, m conclu
sion, said that the object lor which the
eonleienee had assembled was one which
would attract universal interest throug l
i ut the world, and its attainment would
be waimlv welcomed by all nations.
The tollowing is a list ot the govern
, ...ins iiarticiiialing in the eonterence, to
gether with the names of the delegates:
nited Slates, Rear Admiral oamiici rt.
rankliii. P. S. X.; Caot. Win. T. Sani)
on V. S. X ; Stunner 1. Kimball, general
:, ritiiendent of the l uited States hie
saving service: Capt. James W.Noreross.
master Merchant Marine; Captain John
W. Shaekford, master Merelianl Mai line;
Win. W Goodrich, lisq., counsellor ....
iaw; Clement A. Grisconi, president ol
the International Navigation Company.
Austria, Hungary, Belgium, China,
Prance, Germany, Great Britain, Guate
mala, Hawaii, Honduras, Italy, Japan,
Mexico, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden,
Sinm, Netherlands, Venezuela. Invita
' ..l-.. ..f tr. Rrnzll. Chill.
lions weic .iisw .
Costa Rica, Nicaragua and I raguay.but
no delegates from these countries .......
I lice. Ai.
righteousness. Mjnjstei Oil, Lord,
chosen iieople jon m.rAnd bless thine
save thy people. An. ;jv, m ,.
inheritance. M'msl'r,:Sccauc there is
time, O Lord. Answer . . ,v
THE CINCINNATI DISASTER.
tune, ' -; , . . ,-
..m. other tnat nginei...
thou, 0 God.' " .. . moved
- 0,e third amend,nent vva, a h ,U , Ind
,!lter the vote was - -
sion the question whether . in the rnbr
l.fore the venite alter me
oUowing anthem" there In-inserted r
else the 95th Psalm," was discussed. The
amendment was reject.
The following was otlered 1 tlx u p
,.r house lor eoncurrenee: Ihaiuitii
j!eradded to the rubne before the ben
oak The Boors, all iiminieii so .is ...
oreveiit sound Irom traveling bom one
storv to another, are made ol North Car
olina pine- The ceiling is stucco work
Mr nan v Martin has returned to the
,-itv to resume the study ol law, at
Georgetown University, lbs mother.
Mrs. Senator Vance, is still in North La -.
... : hi-re mahout a lort-
iinaa, out iu "- ' ,
night. 1 suspect this lady rceoiiimeiided
the use ot the caroim.. j... ... - -
i,;t,li,i.fs. She is warmly
lie tineisi.. . -,
interested ill developing the resources ol
her adopted state. .
L, T ! .fimnu. will be. Ill SOIllC
inemiinLiiiicw"1". - - ,
rcsuects, the most important garnering
. ' .,. . i.: f.k IIP MISI'I.SSCM
ol the year, i ne - : - ;
are not siinplv social, or pertaining to
private business, or liimlc.Mii a single
1 ..i ,i.i l.i .onccrn all man-
ami the delegates have for their
chief aim the devising ol means or sav
- , ..,i ,,r,,i.i tv on the sea,
illii llUlllilll ...... '.----- .- . .
regardless of place, race or "'l'"""1!'
All the countries m ..... ,
maintain navies, military or nice,......,
lie arranged to lane pan. .
Yesterday the President appointed
Chas. A. Cook to be attorney ... ....
i'liilcd States tor the eastern
North Carolina. Messrs-
Plunimer Cheatham aim
lir. workiig lor several days. Hon.
John Nichols also aided Mr. Cook. I am
J""": , . . ui.;soii'k deleat as he
wK ntod in the race not long ago
ongilHd.Tl, 're irW district
attorney, Fab 11, Uusbee, Esq ,Tias a hue
record i . the department, and .s an itbler
n an tlnm any successor the Republican
u-trtv in North Carolina will fi d.
party .1" . ; hite ease
cok"up in the supreme court of the
Hurtiiie in tlie Oraln Center Our
UiK Yenterday'n Bewtloii.
Cmicauo, October 16.-There was but
little animation, wheat to-day, o,x-n-
agltinsT the jnutilationol ' itt
ediele, and tne lesomt." - - but, three quarters ol an
.l..'.ilLed. . u- ..l.,a iM.irilll to SlOW
rheresolutionofieied i.y t liejo nu c ; hm.r nen . and elosed
ultSs the;;:t ; -
t' 1 te o It he Cat '"'' fair t e was transacted i,, crn
tiiulior thi n"l', : Tie i;,.i.. pi evaihng was easier. The
the litany on : .llet o,,,. at a shade mii.cr yester
a,: Haste .1 Whit Sunday was , Z
house voted to concur with the iOWer than yecterday. ..,;'
The House . the wards, I Oats were quiet, and a shade easier.
,.,use of tahoM P x. g t e oats w i trns,,ir,d in May.
' r.lrt . tV hr mhiitioi. of nu't ? other .leliveries transactions were
LLIWAI i -----
Minall Piece of Iron wan the
Cause of the AcclUnl.
CiNtiNNiTi, October 10. James M
Dohertv, seeretarv of the company oper
lin" the Mount Auburn inclined p lane
r lifwav, made a statement to-day which
throws some light on the cause ot yester
day's accident. He says it was a little
piece of iron, not more than an inch long,
that became lodged in the cut-off valve,
and was found this inornieg by the men
who took the machinery apart. How
it came there no one yet knows. It was
..ot broken off of any of the surrounding
machinery as far as has yet been ascer
. i b ...Jn.r tlip siiacereuiurecl
taiueti. i.y '.."iv '"is 1 .. .
.- i . . . .... ..... i ,t so disarranged
I.ir tlie luu ."i - . . .
tlie machinery as to render it impossible
for the engineer to sum. on
A Well Satlsfled Irloner.
:i. i.,o one of the orison
i lire iiigi.i i.i.
ers in iaU felt the need ol a stimulant,
i ...i....i.: hu.l..nrol"hiscell. walked
aim, iiiiiovnu.f, -. - - .
j i luii l.inil of stunts.
out anil wi.ui "i' - - j . . ,-
Ki cedmaii, and got a gullon and a halt ot
whiskev. As the prisoner keeps a eou-
, ..,:i.. , nfmnni'v. three or tour
Sliieraine uniom.v ... --'- -,. .
linndred dollars, in jail with him, he se
cured a big, old pistol for the pur
r ,irmiT nic monev from
nose oi (iiuiv.w.-s
robbers. Armed with his pistol and
his demijohn, he went oacK to j.u.
i i..i...,i i,in,.lf in. The next
aim i".1.." , ,, . ,
.lav the shenll tooK tne pistoi
and what whiskey was leit away iron
. ,:i..- t.h UV.f.11 wn mnviiu? and
left the corridor door unlocked. The door
of the cell, in which the pnsoner wasci.u-
fined, hart a painocK on u n.. i
his hand through the hole in the door
.i l.- rl hie rations and llll-
w lierc nt ..--.-.. -
. ..... .i ti,.,.ir ii- t i a kev that he
UICKCII Hit .-. .
had. He went down stairs and lumped
out of one ol the lower wmuows.
n, followiiiLf is the first round
quarterly meetings for Asheville district
Asheville, Central church,
Riverside. North Asheville,
1 icndci souville,
Sulphur Springs, ai Sardis,
Mills River, at Shaws Creel
... 111.. o W';.vprville
Wl'IIVllli".! h. .. ... .
Leicester, at Dicks t.recK, ... ...... .
the word "earthquake as suK)it.j...
mUsions and for those who labor in the
e use of ihe uoii,l. thanksgiving lor the
r xory ot a child fro.n sickness, and lor
he return of the traveler by sea
The committee arose, and tin House
j: ..ntil to-morrow.
-HllOW. ." " ,.
The consecration of bishop Dav.es loi
U,T diocese o. M.cl.igan wdl take .phu,
next week nt St. Peters church. I b ladel
Bishop Whipple will P"ml
Hishop Potter will deliver be senium.
Hisbops Whittaker, Gillespie, T iltk.
Scarb .rough, and Worth.ngton will ...so
Trading in mess porn was nio.t .......
bul the feeling was somewhat unset tied
Us ruling i-guhu;. .e lenig
was stronger, aim p. -
: . . . i... ,.,.L.,.f u-;i eiisuT. am.
VJ'c. L.ater me in... e -----
prices settled back flciT'-jc-., but rallied
life al'J' .e.. and closed steady.
1 . . V .:... lb tl.- more lavora-
in laru, inicn . .
ble to sellers, though the outside figures
1,1 n.t.w , -
r,..b at I weedSfc
Swannanoa at Bethsiiida,
Catawba, at Old Fort,
Hrev.ird, at Brevard,
Hot Springs, at Onager's,
Spring Creek, at .
Iturnsville, ut Kiversioc,
Toe River, it Thompson s.
,- . ... .......i-.ls vvl
Novemlxr ilh, at ID, o'clock a. m.
J. H. Weaver, P. Iv
t) e to seucrs, iiiKiiH'. - - ,. wo
were not ftillv supported. Trading was . ,ar
on v mimeriiui. . . . .
L'itlle more life was inan.lested ami the
feeling was firmer in short ribs. Pnees
ruled a trifle higher, and the outs.de fig
ures were ftillv sustained.
Mr. Randall Oeiile.
Washington. H. C IK-tolier l" -'
rx of bishops wi..
1 ...tiMtwIfll ItdV. Hill rvic...-
vise.. ...... ,...... visit to
Khue in thisdty Monday. He say.
there was nn copy of the s,Kech shown
to him "or was the forthcoming s,eech
even rcleireii to in im e.... . -"" ,
Bond offerings i- uj f b-h"--
Capt. M. C. Toms, the affable cashier
of the Bank of Commerce, has purchased
:.....A mnlptc the water
tlie Donas isoutu iw ---- .
! works here, paying 90 cents on the dol-
l t i. virion fr.'illnnt com
pel. JOSCP" . L'
manderofthe Battery which bore his
name dunng tne mic ,
Col. lames Crow, a distinguished den-
uen ot Lomsviue, iy., '"" ,
Mr. lohn rt. IvOius, oi luium..,
has leased the Virginia house, and will
keep it open during the entire year. It
is better kept than ever.
Capt. M. C. Toms, Mr. W. A.. Hood,
and Hon. V. L. Hyman, left to-night for
Ashevnlle on business. - -
. v....innii Crowd Greeted the
(Governor of the Empire Slate of
the North lu the Empire state of
the soutli-A ureal speevu.
i m. ii.. n,.ttwr 1K. tiovernor
David B. Hill's presence in Atlanta to-day
filled the city to an uiiprcccuc.i..;.. ...........
c: ..i,. ,...ui..r,i:i v evemnir nicomitiu
trains have brought "large crowds whose
nlv object was to see iNew iom
crnor At 11 o clock l.overnor run up
neared in public here for the first time. As
I. .r .. tl... L' ....It.ill
the crowils cotiecieu iiuum ... .............
1 Iiiii .-miidit sight of the Governor
cheer after cheer was given, and a car
riage drawn by six wnite uuiscs ...
waiting to couvev the party to the expo
sition grounds. "The police had some dif
ficulty in keeping the crowds back and
j......;.... .1,..,,, n)uv from he hotel en
trance to the carriage steps. Governor
Hill and Governor Gordon occupied the
i..w.tr ..... .,t tl... inrri:iL.e mid Senator
Colquitt and llenrv W. Grady sat lacing
them. The drive through the streets
was one continued ovation to the distin
guished guest. Between the prolonged
cheers individual cries ot Welcome, uov-
crnor Hill," were Ircquently heard.
On reaching the fair grounds Gov. Gor
.!..- ..a Hill iuiotlie main exhibi
tion building. Their progress Irom one
exhibit to another was made slow by the
vast throng which pressed about them.
After visiting all the buildings the party
.i:.... tt ,l,ih hniise at the oll-
UB .1. . . . ... .
posite eml oi tne gronuus wm.it.
...n.i I hp mi ill wile n.ir.ii nil-
ished when the carriage was brought to
the door and the journey to the grand
stand was rcstimeu. tne oi ...... i-
vilion was placed immediately in trout oi
the grand stand and was gaily orna
mented with white and blue bunting, the
exposition colors. The 8,000 seats only
accomnioilatcn a suuiu iraeinni ...v
crowd. The people ovei llowed into the
race course, and as tar as coin ne seen an
ocean of upturned laces awuueu i..c
sound of the lu st speaker s voice.
Governor Gordon advanced to the
.-. i' 1 1... d.timl mid introduced Gov
ernor Hill as the speaker ol the day, and
as he arose he was greeted by the shouts
of 50,0110 Democrats. When he resumed
his scat cries of "Grady," came from all
directions and the people would not be
satisfied until he answered their call.
Gov. Hill's reception at the rieumoni
Exposition to-day was only equalled by
that given Pr sident Cleveland two
ears ago. A hundred thousand people
...... .... the lnounds. At 1 o'clock p. m.,
l.overnor Hill and party arrived, and
made a tour ol the buildings.
At 2 o clock senator loiquu. un.n
iluceed Governor Hill to the multitude,
and the Governor began his address,
Ladies and ..entiemeu . i ..........
the ircat Slate ot which 1 am protino to
i... ..iniivi- and for which this
kind expression of esteem and hospitality
is intended, 1 wish to thank you most
....i:..ii,. Tlu- Knuiirc State ot the
v....i, r.,,ilB imirm I'rectini'S to the Ein
iiire State ot the notitii. nnc i nn"
...,.,...1 .-.s she 7t ot Merown.
Ill Vl.lll i.v'f,. '
Ti.: Vi.fl, , now n nartner in your
1 ue ciiinv v.. . .- -- i i . I ,
...... .mil np. iniiTt-Ma lilt cnin.
r....' ,.,th v,.nra. The North has
llimnyi." ...v.. j
not forgotten the message which your
eloquent t.rauv oiougui. m
N...... I. i, iv I; lllll 1 l. II Vrlim ilUU. Ill iin.i.v...
' h. ....:.. c;,.h 11...
as no orator in me gvin.li....". - -
war has touched, the chord ot sympathy
...i ..l.riritv whose sound vibrated troin
xt. .I .... f-'ililiimbi mi il the echoes o
AlillllC I" - , - .1-1
whose siWery tones nave not yet mtu
il told n merelv what we
' .t npver before ftillv ai)-
Kiiew, mi. -- ---- - .
preciated. ne iom us umi
.i tl,ia we knew, but never lelt so
vividlv as when we heard his eloquent
assurance ol the SouttTS reconciliation
t.r new conditions. 1 am glad that
vou have given me tins opportune.. ...
the South under its new conditions-
t . .v. ni..upif wluii. vou have ae
to sec lot .ii,.".-. - .- -
eoniplished in this struggle of twenty
..mircl l Iff I Tnt KUII1L I lllt'tiiao
.-ltJ.'lli.is been breathed into this new
i n:i,B,r,. tiH tn mrrv back, ocr-
lami ui iii.ii,i -haps,
tlie broader idea of our common
frliid that in this ex-
collected the lest
nroducts of the industnes ol six vigorous
.. , :.. ,l.tt i.tnl' tinif. tllllt
Slates, i am unit ... u.i.. v
. ... i. ...ill, v., to net a comnre-
hensive mea oi wnue inc wii.m. ...........
I lis my good fortune to neeoine at
iiuainted'with the new South in n State
I . i'tl U ,.' U.t ulil Smith
is one of the most progressive ol the new,
in a region which received the severest
blight ol the war, but which shows now
the greatest degree of rcvivificatii n in the
citv which represents the best recovered
energy, proud spirit, wealth, intelligence,
honor, vigor of this rejuvenated land.
When 1 reflect upon the scenes which
, . i :.. .,:i.in,iv nnlv twentv-
toOK lliaci; i.i ii.." ',"' - .,
five years ago; when i renect upon mi
desolation which followed Sherman's
famous march to the sea. and think of
...,t ivn-frtv. distress.
broken hearts ami oroiw-u
he left behind, and then look about me
upon these scenes of prospenty, this re
built citv, these flourishing industnes,
and this' hopeful people, 1 tnc-rvel at the
transformation: the world has known
... -in..:, i.. n 1..,. i. list nf wars on
notning nKC 'V. "":" ;n. of
the pages ol mstory, iimn - j -
i.-r..i r..rn,rntion. No VIC-1
sucn a Kiiiiui' ." .v..,
torv ol battle was ever m. ...
victory ot peace.
s a northerner old enough to have ob
served the tendency of the ante-bellum
South, 1 am amazed .is an Amencan cili-
' ..j ... .....n.rrv'R illStlt U tlOHS
ivn, prouu oi i... v..-..- - ----- . .
and form of government. I rejoiced
when Sherman's persistentarmy marched
wi....... ...,a h..nt this message
into oiu fintni... - ----- -
to the North stirring every ue.ue w.c..
... ..'.l ..1...1 ii...li,nr nl oatnotism
rP.'ll It Willi Ii..." .-..-rt r ...
...i nsnurance that the ternble
urn. ft. ...f. -.-r , .
war wiis Hearing us -.
i.i.i.. u ours and fairly won
tv ........ "- - I
....... I..... .....rH .nn vou send to your
v pat iwiiii .- . . -
in ihe north, citizens of
l-iiuii.i-.i... . . . f
i .-. - . :.. .... t ,ii.nTV-iiiLi. vciii ol vuui
Ueorgiu, ill lUia k....-.. j
I new metropolis than this same message
i ..r .i,;.., Sherinnn wrote.
Atlanta is ours and fairly won, won
confidence, 1 would not have you under
stand me as depreciating me
dangers, or as belittlcing the obstacles
which now confront you. 1 do not need
. . .ii .. i,.. ti,o.. but I can
loieiiyuu win., .".j
warn vou, lest, in vour flush of success
and prosierity, you do forget them.
Some of them are less formidable doubt
i .. .u.. ... ..rthoNorthimntfine. Some
of them are local to your conditions,
and have not IKen eonienuen w....
where; and some of them you must join
hands with us in overcoming to-day,
for thev threaten us as well as you.
Great problems will have to DC grappicu
with, and the North is watching to see
how you will solve tnem ;waiciiing, i
haps," with a little too much of the Phar
isee's conceit, impatient at tunes, Be
cause they are not solved more readily ;
hut watching, nevertheless, wun inc pa
triotic anxiety of fraternal interest, realiz
ing that upon your solution u. .........
pends the prosperity of our united coun
try, and to a large extent, the success ot
our free institutions.
He was followed by Koswcii i: r lower
in a graceful address and Gen. Patrick A.
Collins, of Boston, made a speech which
was uproariously applauded. After the
speeches tlie visitors watched the sham
battle with interest, ami inter me u'i
were reviewed bv the two governors.
Governor Hill "to-night held receptions
at a half dozen of the best known houses
in the city, as no building in Atlanta was
large enough to hold all the people who
wished to meet him.
Gen Patrick A. Collins and t.overnoi
ivn. i iiuui i. -
Hill and party will be entertained to-
, ' .i' i:..k ,i ..I' .Vllfint.'i.
morrow oy tne ui&u em'-m.-.
Hoped in by Rainbllnjt Reporters
RoaniliiK Round tne -iiy.
There were fairly good tobacco breaks
at all the warehouses yesterday, and the
prices continue very satislactoiy to the
The conference of the M. Ii. church be
..ins to-dav in Rev. C. 0. Jones' church
corner of Haywood and Buttrick streets,
Bishop Joyce presiding.
The mail due here yesterday morning
m 7 Mi) o'clock did not arrive until
brought by the 4-.4-0 p. m. train. W
learn nothing of the delay.
The kettle drum reception which was
t fin ve been held at the residence ol
i-int M. E. Carter this afternoon has
been indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Edward Weddin, who went to
Philndplohin two weeks ago to have an
operation performed, returned to the
city yesterday, accompanied oy tr. n.
I). Hilliard. The oierntion, after con
sultation with the doctors there, was
The imnrovements on Chestnut street
this fall have been very considerable. Mr.
McAfee has erected two handsome two
story houses on the lot next the former
residence of Jordan Stone; Dr. Weaver
has begun the erection of a handsome
dwelling on the lot next to Mr. Hascom
Carter's now Maj. Rollins residence;
ind Mr. Woolsev has nearly finished a
lame and picturesque dwelling on the
comer ol Charlotte and Chestnut. iow
Chestnut needs and deserves a good, or
at nnv rate a passable, sidewalk on its
south side from Bridge to Charlotte,
The election of the Rev. James Atkins,
I). 1)., to the presidency of Emory and
Henry College was made under circum
stances of such cordial unanimity as to
have greatly enhanced the value of the
substantial compliment. It leaves Dr.
Atkins no room lor hesitation, and ne
has accented. ( lur viewsof the qualifica
tions and capacities of this gentleman !
have already liecn expressed. He lias
entered into another field also worthy of
At the recent session of the Holston
Conference the committee to whom was
referred the question of division reported
that they deemed it unwise to disturn
the lines of the conference boundary now.
A minority report from the same com
mittee advised that the conference, as
such, express no opinion in the matter,
but that it be left to the judgment of the
delegates to the general eonleienee, which
meets next spring. The minority report
was adopted by a large majority.
Wiuier VP North.
Tuesday the mercury stood at 10
above zero, in Manitoba, and m
parts ol" Canada there was six
inches ot snow on the ground.
Here the cold wave of the past few days,
which did not bring the tcnierature
down to the freezing point; and mild
weather, with probable cloudiness and
rain, is at hand.
Twenty-Fourth Session of the
Tennessee Annual conference.
At 10.30 yesterday morning in the Z o l
church the Kt. Rev. T. H. Lomax, D. D.,
arose, and after citing the ordinance
which appointed the meeting of the
twenty -fourth annual conference to meet
in this nlaee. read lessons Irom Isiaaholst
chapter, and 1st chapter of The Acts,
commenting at some length on the latter
chapter. Much was brought Irom tne
U-sson hesneakmtr the spirit that should
characterize the minister of God's gospel.
Presiding lilder B. M. uuuger nneti
hymn" Let Zion's Watchmen all Awake,"
etc. The spirit with which the nyinn
was sung seemed a harbinger of a blessed
session. Presiding blder A. u. Kesier
addressed the Throne of Grace.
After the devotionalexereises the bishop
called the house to order. The roll was
called by Rev. T, F. H. Blaekman. The
following officers were elected :
Rev. T. F. H. Blackmail, Secretary;
Rev. I. W. Wright, Assistant Secretary
and Statistician; Prof. R. E. Toomey,
Reporter for the Conference; Revs. J. Ii.
Starling and IL Uayliss, Marshals; Rev.
M. M. Montgomery, Timist; Kev. H.J.
Young, Mail Agent.
Miss losie C. Maves, evangelist ; Mr.
las. C. Patterson, of the Negro World ; '
Kev. H. S. Robbms and Kev. W. C.
Young, of Virginia, were presented to
A partial list of the Conference com
mittees was read, alter which Rev. J. W
Thomas, fraternal delegate Irom the t-en-
tral North Carolina Conference, was pre
sentcd and seated.
Conference adjourned to meet ut 3
Conference convened at 3 p. m., with
Kt. Rev. T. H. Lomax, D. U., in me
Rev. Z. H. Swears, transferred from the
Baltimore and Philadelphia Conference,
Presiding Elder Rev. W. H. Ferguson
presented an excellent report of the first
district, which was adopted.
Having disposed of considerable busi
ness, the meeting at 4.15 p.m. adjourned
with doxology and benediction.
Rev. F. R. White, P. E., lined hymn
'How Beauteous are Their Feet Who
Stand on Zion's Wall." Rev. B. M.
Gudger, P. E., addressed the Throne ol
Kt. Rev. T. H. Lomax, D. I)., then in
troduced Rev. W. H. Ferguson, P. b
who announced as his text Heb. 7 : 25
"Wherefore He is able also to save them
to the uttermost that come unto God by
Him, seeing that He ever liveth to make
intercession for them.
The theme was announced as "The
Power of Christ to Save." The speaker
spoke eloquently and at some length
His leadimr thoughts were:
I. Christ's ability to save. l.Asshown
; ilia hrirsiiiii: 2. As evinced ill His
11. Christ saves on the ground of belief.
To say that this eloquent divine played
iinon the hearers at will is but to lightly
express the mastery he obtained over the
audience. The sermon was logical, con
cise and filled with the Holy Ghost
At this juncture we must close this re
port, while the meeting seems inspired
by the Holy Ghost.
R. E. TOOMEY,
Reporter for the Conference.
ITS GREATLY INCREASED FA
CILITIES FOR Bl'SINESS.
New Passenger Cars Ordered
First Freight Car Built In Ashe
ville Lines Extending and to
be Extended, Etc.
The first car ever built in Ashevil!e
was put to trial on yesterday afternoon,
and will begin regular service to-day in
transoortation of freight from the Wes
tern North Catolina railroad depot to
tne conssignees in an parts oi tne city.
The company will soon have a depot
established at a convenient and central
situation, when arrangements will be
ierfected to perform all of the freight
nusiness ot tne city.
1 he company will within one week
give an order for three additional pas
senger cars, which will )x supplied
within thirty days. An order was placed
one week ag" for one passenger car,
which will be in readiness for service by
the time the College street line is com
pleted. An order for four additional fif
teen-horse motors has been placed with ,
the Snrarne Electric Comnanv. throueh
their agent Capt. Barnard, so that no
delay may be caused. These new cars
will enable the company to double its
present service, and run over all its lines,
including Doubleday and College street,
every fifteen minutes.
The company has moved its construe
tion force from Oak to Woodfin street,
in order to perfect an improvement in its
line at the junction of those streets.
Dr. Hargan, of Oak Street Inn, has dis
played commendable public spirit by al
lowing sufficient of his premises to be
used to greatly improve the curve, and
the only delay required will be for the
city engineer to make the alterations in
his gradients that the change necessi
FOLKS VOl' KNOW.
Who 1'hPi Are Where They Are
and What They Are Doing
Capt. M, E. Carter and Solicitor E. D
Carter, returned from Marion yesterday
a I fllair and wife have returned
from Washington, after an absence of
Messrs. H. C. Fagg. J. . Howell, T.
S. Morrison and E. C Chambers, re
turned from New York yesterday, having
extended their visit to that city from the
Knights Templar celebration in Washing
Mr.J. L. Bell, clerk of the Superior
court of Transylvania, and Messrs. L.
W. Brooks and W. A Gash reached here
last evening. Thev are here in connec-
The new freiirht car is a verv creditable
piece of work, and was constructed un
der the supervision of Master Machinist
Shernll, who is to be congratulated on
the success attending his tirst ettort at
ear building. This car is provided with
two Sprague motors of fifteen horse,
oower each, and has a carrvimr canacitv
of fifteen thousand pounds, which was
fully and pleasantly tested yesterday,
by a kind lady friend loading it to its
full capacity with good wishes, and ex
cellent ice cream, sherbet and other re
freshments for the enjoyment of the em
ployes and officers of the company.
These hard worked and laborious offi
cials fully appreciate these good things,
and voted Mrs. ruinani tneir neartieit
th-.mks. As a Citizen reporter Jiappened
to be present, he suggests to other ladies
"go and do thou likewise. indeed we
have heard many verbal compliments
paid the conductors and motor men for
their unvarying politeness and readiness
to assist and accomodate passengers in
every possible manner, and we have no
doubt Mrs. Pulham s kind example will
be followed by others whose approval
will be shown by 'actions which speak
louder than words."
While uoon this pleasant subject it will
gratify many to know that a telegram
was received yesterday announcing the
shipment of iron rails and spikes, re
quired to complete the lines at present
contemplated, both through Charlotte
to Chestnut street, and through Water
street, the latter being chiefly for freight
purposes. 1 ne tracK laying wilt oe oeguu
forthwith at the intersection otlharlotte
and Chestnut streets by a foree who will
work southward to meet those who are
now pushing rapidly in the opposite di
rection. We venture the prediction that
those energetic residents in the north
east section of Asheville will not be will
ing for the line to stop at the terminus
now promised, but will soon have it ex
tended for the development of their desir
able building sites, which certainly consti-
tuteone ot the most charming sections ol
this most charming place, and will only
need the ready access which the electric
cars will provide, to cause them to rise
to their actual intrinsic value.
L. Tl-.' .Ill Cilll. Ilia i"
Sow U tailed to concur with the
liouse of deputies in its actum permitting
Tfu ,titative use of the hymnal.
I jttonla Races.
lli-tolier 16. The attend-1
a unci.-'-."." - - . . . ..u ........
....... tl.p l.atonia races im.. Mim.iim, """.':..-.
...... i,..,- wa pleasant and f, ..nd a halt, and .Jt ir ,
the track in very good e;:;ndlt...n. cotion Review. for his new charge, but .will probably theme When 1 see what the South has
Pirst race-JYiaiuc ...... p-f "i K,w Yokk. October IC.-lne J'un i mnin here several ".o"1 accom
Mr. Ueorge Accepts.
Rev. T. M. X. (:.rc. rect.r -j . ur in(omitable perseverance, and
Klnli, Eniseooal church, has decided to J "r ' , ,,:.:. wlH..h nave
. a t ir:i...
" r ' .l:.j 'rinii. 4-9--1
second, riyer i.. . -. -.
Second race inrec-i..". ... - ---. - -
Kok.rwon. Restay second. Roxann third. I report
""Third "race-seven furlongs : Eslje
won. Princess Howling second. New C.is
Lle third. Time 1.38 W. , .
Fourth race-thirteen-sixteenths of a
mile: Kelly R. won. May 0. second.
Cast Steel third. Time l.Jo'a.
h if th race for two year old co Us and
geldings, five tin longs : Fakir won,
Crlee second, Hopeful third. Time
" r, . ..f-H trOSl I f 11T1
mnnit on. and the Dears una
it Still the decline was slight, as tne
bears got such a turn yesterday, reveal
ing the sensitiveness of the marke hat
they (lo not go snori. .... -r-
still the close was at about the lowest
figures. Cotton on spot was dull.
Improvements upon the exterior of the
court house se being made.
rumps liuis.'H v. 1 hv the exhibition or i uaiiii. ". -
. ..ITthi. .-..II he atelv received to New , nv tm cxiii wor d.
""."';; " i... ;m,,...Hbite v cnaiiengcu mt. . " ,,...:
Herne. ne w.u --;- " V h 1 The South's prosperity is ""'
theme. hen I see wnut t-v
i:..r,..i ,i..r circumstances so ad
'--.i i:,.. ti.nt fven now. strong
verse, huh it:... i'- ....----- - . , .
, ' . - - i:...i i I.,.,!., s he is but a
as sue is in inn" -- ,
child still in the stages ot development
i t u:. .Lout civiiizntiou. 1 am
. u , f.l r in h dent that
.' a. ffiiiriiiMina as sue
1 sne win meet - .
has past conditions; that she will ur-
! 1 . I.. kuiM hur nnw mid
In Hendersoiiville on Tuesday evening,
i the residence of Dr. C. Few, by the
li-v. I.nnes Atkins, the Rev. Samuel H.
Ilillinrd. and Miss Mamie, daughter oi
Mr. M. T. Justus of Hendersoiiville. The
bridal party left the same evening ior
navtnn. Tenn.. to the church ot wmen
place Mr. Hilliard was assigned by the
A Terrible Death by Scalding.
Mr C. E. Frick. of the New Era, puts
us under obligations for the following in
formation, received last evening oy teic-
ii...... uL-Lunrnw M I' t IctO oer lo.
Il 1 I, 1 n . v. - -
ii. .I..,- uitta Ep fivi ve.nr old son ot
Walter Fitts! fell into "a boiler of hot
sorghum syrup, and was scalded to
bough Liverpool maoe a - ano to auow .... -
r. ,,i.ri The fa ure o the preiucicu ii i time to sup i k i -.
rjumterianze eft the bulls without am-1 Mr. tkorge has made many fnends dur
to m tciia ze ait the best ot ia his long stay in Durham, and it is
much to their regret that he has decided
- nas past coiiiii"""". .
Cpt. 1. Stains is about lieglnning mount the obstacles ,be'o ber "ow aiul
the erection ol a residence on his farm, j J" . Bnd that gbe win t
about three miles west of the city, where ; ; her pTognM upward and onward
. t. -i.i: : i . i .L . :A full value ot
he expects to move wnen tne uu.......B - SSiKodT BrwWte pi-i" this
A corrrespondent in Washington, writ
ing soon after the conclave of the Knight
Templar in that city, says:
XI,- VniivMc TutMnl-,.. Vifit' litiral!v
tion with the railroad projects in which taken the town A wood cut of Mf.
non nuii line i j Porter, of Asheville, appeared in the lo-
Hrevnrd is, and Asheville ought to be, d h g f i ; aftcrnoon
greatly interested. Isays:
I '"'Cvrenc commanderv, No. 5, of Ashe-
- - . - .,:il V f- allrni-lfiil nmrb Hfilli'l hV the
Anaio mt .---.. .iiiv. ... --- -- - ----
.. - I ..at amvi'ir'tiii it mnni in tnr nnrflrle.
A day or two since we called I the : nt- Twent'vix nwmXxrs of thiscommandeiy
trntinn of a member of the police force! ,.m(.in st Sundav and are eoingtore-
..iivn't. " . I c.iinv mat. v3.iii.it. uii.i ..... w...
tn the verv reprehensible practice of the main here another week. They are stop-
boys in rimningtheir tncyc.es on theside- ng atNo. Vffi
walks, to the great annoyance and in- formerly ed here. The sir
conveiiicnce of the throngs who crowd Knights nre much pleased with their
them. The detestable little machine trip. Thev have visited many places of
takes up a good deal of space; and the interest during the week and before re
11 1 " . Itnrnim. home will eo to Mount ernon.
"small boy" who is never reverent, ana 0fccers )f th? cnmmnncery who arc
is no respecter oi ptrisoni., ....uv... . ncrc nre A jt amir, eminent coinniauuci ,
exercising his bovish prerogative, and A. H. Cobb, generalissimo; J. A. Wagner,
i...j . ,.... ..i .i,. ,av iunior warden; Wm. Shope, standard
.orciiig everyone., .u K- . , M BrooKshire. 8word bearer;
K r.,n into. Now. the practice is a
. . . i
nuisance that should not oe longer 101
erated. Let the authorities see to its
juiiiui niiimiii ...... ua, -
I M Hrnoltshire. aword bearer:
C. I). Blanton, recorder; R. R. Porter,
Of the African Methodist church began
: v: I. .i i- with
I US KSMUll III iilUlllllMlVll Jva.viMJ , ......
Mr. George Vniidcrbdt reached Here -hn..t 75 delegates in attendance. Hav-
yesterday afternoon, accompanied by I jng no organ of their own, we have ex
Mr. Hunt, a distinguished architect who tended the same privileges that we have
mho, nn., itiuuti i. .. -!-; i has accompanicu mm on ... given to tne wmie rengiouo uuukto, tti...
Enquirer-Sun from ,Flon;,fJ)'a;i; : through Europe, and Mr. Olmstead, the ifthe proceedings of the day are handed
. .'.t..'l'lli.nlil.nf cotton i well known landscape gardener to whose !; time the preceding night, will an-
rntian Rili Hurned
i-. ,-miii fin.. October 16. A special
to the Enquirer-sun irom rioreiiec, ...
withw-enty' thousand" bushels of cotton j well known landscapegardener to whose in in time the preceding night, will an-
tnstr Central Park : -r..u Citiiuii of thj folio win i-
utrtti ... . " - - n
seed and thirty-five bales of cotton were
burned late last nigni. no nisur..v.i.
The Weather To-Uav.
Washington, October 16. Indications
for North Carolina. Fair till Fnduy
night; slightly warmer; northerly winds.
A. M. Fry, Esq., a prominent attorney
of Bryson City is in the city.
kill and iudicious taste Central Park
owes so much of its attractiveness. A
riirrm of engineers is with the party. The
K;.t nf thr visit of such a nartv ol
J ..... I -.. . . , , Ai . ,:. i
course is connected with the improve- t. A. will De neia ai inc iciuou.v
.. ..r . I . : o -.1 1. IT T
ment of the extensive ana oeautuui prop- cnurcn inis evening oi o u vitjt.. . .
. . , . . i , . . i-1 . , .... - . - Ci,i.;M-t
erties purchased Dy Air. vanacrom wui.u i Anacnen win it;... .m. m...". wvj...
ot Asneviue. r . u.v is.
A young men's meeting of the Y. M.