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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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day) at the following rates atrtctly cash:
tine Year B.OO
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Three Months l.BO
tine Month 50
One Week 15
Our carriers will deliver the paper every
morning in every part of the city to our sub
scribers, and parties wanting it will please
rail at the Citizen Office.
Notice Mclntire Bros.
Western Pressed Beef and Provision Co.
Restaurant and Oyster Parlor H. Strauss.
Have we made a ofl'er like this; it lasts
only till October 15: liest triple plate
knives, full size, $1.75 per set; dessert
size $1.65 per set ; a jjooil white handle
knife $1.00 per set; tine celluloid knies,
worth $3 a set ; a fine assortment of
enrvinj; knives and forks in proportion.
Also, spoons, forks, castors, and every
thing in plated ware, very cheap at
Special attention is directed to two lots,
all wool, colored and white underwear,
at 50 and 75 cents, worth double the
price, at Whitlock's.
If a dollar or two, now and then, will
help you in saving, what's the use of ad
vertising when example docs the talking.
Come and sec the reduction and manner
of reducing. Low rates to all points.
V. M. Cl.AKKK.
K. R. Ticket Broker Grand Central Hotel.
Several hundred pairs extra trousers,
choice styles, all sizes, at Whitlock's.
Firewood and Kindling Any kind,
sizcoruantitv at 2( North Court Square.
' A. H. & C. L Lyman.
Business suits, large variety, low prices
We call attention to the change of the
advertisement of the house formerly
under the management of Thvler &
Atkinson. Mrs. Atkinson having taken
charge of the same will continue to keep
it as a first-class boarding house.
Fall overcoats, stylish, durable, low
priced, at Whitlock's.
Purhatn Sun : Harriet Daniel, an aged
colored woman, who has been employed
in the family of Col. K. F. Webb for thirty
years or more, died Sunday night, having
had a stroke of paralysis some time pre
vious. She was an old family servant
and one highly esteemed ; faithful in all
the duties devolving upon her, and her
loss will lie greatly mourned by the family
and the children she cared for when
Dress shirts, reception suits, white ties
Charlotte Chronicle: A protracted
meeting at Robinson's church, ( I'rcsby
terianl in Crab Orchard township, last
week, resulted in about forty accessions
to the membership of the church, the ma
jority of them being men. The meetings
were conducted by Rev. 0. W. Itclk.
pastor of Robinson and Amity churches.
Services have been carried on also at
Wilson's Grove Baptist church, in Clear
creek township, where seventeen persons
united themselves to that church.
Kid gloves for driving and dress wear
Now put away the yachting clothes,
The flannel shirt and pants,
And then the yachtsman's sunburned
To heal will have a chance.
Centemeri kid gloves, fall shades foi
ladies at Whitlock's.
t'nderwcar, the finest ever shown in
Asheville, at Whitlock's.
Neckwear and hosiery,
new stock, at
JIAKKMS HV TKI.liUHAl'll,
Money and fsecurltieM Cotton -Provisions
MONKY AND SKCt'KlTIKS.
Nkw York, Sept. IS. Exchange nuict but
Money ensy 3al, closing offered at -M.2,
Sub-Treasury hnlunces liold, $15fi,30t,
OOtl; currency, $1 7. '.Mil ,ooo.
Government bonds dull but steady 4 per
cents, $1.28; U ier cents. $l.o.r,3v
State bonds, dull hut firm
Ala.CIassA Iia5 104-
Ala. Class II. 5s. .111)1
Ga. 7s, mort 1021-2
N. c. cons., ws..iao
N. C. Cons., 4s 07
S. C. Brown's.. .101
Tenn. fis 10Ht2
leun. os lu
Tenn. Set., 3s
Virginia Hs 4.M
NOPac. lstmor 911,
N. Y. Central ...low
N. W. pfd
S. P. pfd
Kich. a: Allc 21
R. W. Point.. L'.t'k
Virginia Cons... as ISt. Paul
Northwestern ...li:tv do pt'd llfi's
do pld ...141V"Tcx. Pacific liiis,
lie! &Lack 147'!eITcnn Coallron 4tl4
line i!lVjrnion Pacific (",4t
Kust Tenn 11 N. J. Central... 1 1 Nak
I.nke Shore IOS-ViMo. Pacific 7f3,
Lou. & Nash 7Ha! Western t'uion Nu'j
Mem. & Char... (12 ICotton-sccd Oil
Mob. &Ohio i:W4l Certificates 5llV.
Nnsh. (fc Chat.. .100 jUrunswick -'4'
Popular with tourists, families and business
Electric cars pass the door.
We will run two deli very
Wcigoiis. The necessity for
this lms been ciiused by our
largely increasing trade,
making it impossible to de
liver with onewagon. There
have been .oinpla.ints (and
justly, too) by some of our
customers at not having
goods delivered more
promptly. With our addi
tional facilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready large trade, and prom
ise to meet all competition.
Our stock, as heretofore, will
be kept np to the highest
standard in quality. All
goods sold by us guaranteed
to be as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
RELIABLE AND ONE PRICE.
We shall show in a few days
a full line of
SUPTAN.ISTI.K j j A
New goods arriving daily.
I'liusuiil bargains in all lines.
SEW FALL URKSS GOODS.
rinwcHlod for stylo, fit mid
iimko. Elopuit designs, fash
II. REDWOOD &CO.
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS. SMALL WARES.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HATS AND SHOES,
7 & 9 Patton Avenue
JV) Till-: IM'ULIC.
The undersigned may he found in Shank's
new luiildinu, one door west o! J. I. Wood
bury's stable, n Collide stn-st. They are
prepared to mumHactiirc enrrianes, hiiKKies,
wagons, and anything else in their line. Re
pairing and horse-shoeiiiK nre specialties
They have seen ml the services of Henry I'ow
ell, and would he pleased to reeeive a liberal
share of itatronage. Satisfaction guaranteed.
juKJ dim Itl KMiTTIi . HOWARD.
TLANTIC COAST LINK
On and after this ilnte the following sched
ules will be run over its "Columbia Hi vision."
No. 53 Leaves Columbia fl.'JO p. in
Arrives at Charleston I. HO p. m.
No. 52 Leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columbia 1 l.."f a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbiu fc Au
gusta and Columbia Ki Greenville Railroads.
" T. M. KMKRSON, Gen. Pass. Agt.
I. F. IU'VINK. Gen. Sunt.
Nkw York. Sept. 1H. Cotton dull. Sales
to-day lbU hales; middling ujihinils 11 3-1 ti,
middling Orleans 11 D-lt. Total nctrccch.U
nt all ports to-day l'J.ooo. Kx ports to Great
Hritain a,7U; Lontimntsu. stock li;i,.i7:i
NhwYohk, Sept. 18. Cotton Net receipts
u; gronn 4 itMii, ruturcs cioseo uartly steady.
Sales M6,4oo bale.
Sept ll.onall.OHKeb lo.laiu.lf.
Oct 1 0.47a 1() H March lo.i'oalo.L'i
Nov 10.17al0 1 HI April Kl.UitalO.27
Dec 10.0HalO.OUlny lo.:(JalO 3:i
Jan lO.ODalo.loiJunc lU.43alo 4:
Galveston. Sept. 1H. Cotton firm, 10 tr
ie; receipts 5iioo,
Norfolk, Sept. 18. Cotton firm, 10; re
Baltimore, Sept. 18. Cotton quiet, 11;
Boston, Sept. 18. Cotton quiet, 1 lal X;
Wiluinoton, N. C., Sept. 18. Cottonfirm.
10&; receipts 775.
Philadelphia, Scpt.18. Cotton tirm.l 1;
Savannah, Sept. 18. Cotton firm, 10U; re
New Orleans. Sept. 18. Cotton firm, 10-11-16;
Mobile, Sept. 18. Cotton firm, lo; re
Memphis, Sept. 18. Cotton firm, 10 9-16;
Augusta, Sept. 18 Cotton firm, 10 3-16;
receipts Hi 4.
Charleston. Sept. 18. Cotton steady,
10; receipts 1809.
PROVISIONS AND PROIU'CK.
Cincinnati, Sept. 18. Floursteady. Wheat
fair demand No. 2 red 77. Corn No. 2
mixed 36. Oats No. 2 mixed 22. Pork
11.3714. Lard ft. HO. Bulk meats steady.
Bacon easy. Whiskey firm l.2.
C hicago, Sept. 1 8 Cash quotations to-day
were as follows: Flour steady to firm. Wheat
No. 2 red 77Vfc. Corn No. 2 3i!V4a32ft.
Oativ No. 2 19o19Vj Mess pork 11. Sou
11.25. Lard 6.ooa6.02Va- Short ribs 5.05a
6.10. Whiskey 1.02.
New Yor k. Sept. 1 8 Southern flour steady.
Wheat dull No. 2 red 83aH4V4. Corn fairly
active and steady No. 2 4l4a4l. Oats
firm Sept. 26V Coffee Oct. 15.70. Sugar
refined steady. In good demand. Molasses
foreign nominal. Rice in moderate demand,
steady. Cottonseed oil dull. Turpentinedom
inal. Pork more active. Lard stronger
western steam 6.35. Freights firm Cotton
Va-32D; Grain 4D.
We have this dav, Sept. 17, sold onr busi
ness and good will to the Western Dressed
Beef and Provision Company, who will carry
on the wholesale and retail business at our
old stand, which will remain under onr con
trol and direction. We shall be pleased to
see onr old friends and many new ones.
P. C. MclNTIRE,
P. H. MclNTIRE.
septlO d3od .
PITA CURKD BY OLD SPHCIAL1ST
L I V PHYSICIAN.
Ill Bottle of medicine Free. We war
III 0 rant our remedy to cure the worst
cases, and the only physicians whodo this to
prevent your being imposed upon by nun
using false names and who are not Doctors.
Because others failed is no reasoi lor not
using this medicine. Give Express and Post
office address. It costs you nothing. Addtess
Asahcl Medical Bureau. 291 Broadwav, New
A large house, containing 1H good large
rooms. House nearly new. The house ami
large lot situated at corner of South Main
anil Chuith street, well located and arranged
for a first-class boarding house. Also, a
splendid new 7-room cottage, adjoining the
above, will be sold at public auction on
W ednesday, Sept. 1 H, nt 12 m. This splendid
property being located on street car lint
makes it specially desirable. Rare chance lor
some one lo secure a barguin. Don't forget
date. A. C. BAKTLKT I .
P. L. LANCE, Auctioneer. sepl4dtd
HANI 'OH D Pi. LOCKWOOU,
Brooms, Whisks, Hearth and
Mill ami Factory ffrndeR a specialty. Quo
tations and samplcH free. feh16dly
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
Burns in any Limp without dinger of
txpioaing or lading nre. see that you
gui ins genuine, roraaieoy
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ASHEVILLE, N. C. '
To control a business that will paj from
Tea to Twenty Dollars per day. Call on
W. L. FIELDS.
sepl8d2t No. 8f Bailcj street.
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Rooms on Main street, opposite the post-
open daily, except Sundays, from 10 a.m.
until 1 p. m.. and 5.30 until 7.30 o. m.
The terms of subscription are: One year
$2 : 6 mos.. $1 .50 : 3 mos.. SI : 1 mo.. SOcts.:
daily 3 cts.
Vice-I'resident. Charles W. Woolsey; Sec. and
T reap. , D. 8. Watson; Librarian, Miss B.J.
Citizens and Tisltors are cordially Invited
to inspect the catalogue and inscribe their
names as members. febSdtf
Situation as Stenographer and Type-writer.
Can furnish machine. Address
sept 17 d3t Box 382, City.
24 S. Main Street.
Ha ir brushes, ( "lot li brushes,
Tooth brushes, and Nail
brushes at manufacturer's
prices. Having purchased
a job lot of the above men
tioned goods, I am offering
them at half the usual price.
I carry a large assortment
of Patent medicines and will
meet the prices of any com
petitor. I buy all goods for
cash and give my customers
a corresponding benefit.
(ioods delivered to any
part of the city fret' of charge.
neniember the place,
K. Vr JONES,
Harness & Saddlery.
34 North main St.
M- stiK-k of llarm-ss iiiui SaildU-r.v Goods is
now compute. 1 inn oIli-riiiK at rimarkalil.v
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGY AND COACH
Harness in Hniss, Nickel mid Rubber Mount
inns, I have special styles of Single and
1 louhle Harness ill
PURITAN MOUNTING, ALLKANDMADE
In Saddles and Uridles my stock comprises
all styles from a 5-1. f0 Mi'igan to an Im
ported litiKlish Saddle.
Linen and .llomic Lap Kobcn
and Horse Sheets, just above cost to make
room for Fall Roods.
Kor the remaining part of AukusI I shall
make special inducements to buyers.
in Ladies' thiec-horn Sadtlles, made in pi
and chamois skin. nnJ2 dly
Hatio anil HlK-eitu-ntions prcpurL-il ami esti
mati's irivi-n. at short notice.
office: Wuli'c HuihiinK, Court House Sijuarc
Asheville, N. C. mnySOilly
Jellico Coal, Wooldridge,
Jellico Mountain Coal Co., Proctor Coal Co.,
Standard Coal Co., E. Tenn. Coal Co.
Tor sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive Aj'nt.8 (Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
From yourflrocer, even for trial, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
Because it is made in Asheville,
Put we pledge our word for it, that no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
Can be made from any imported Flour.
Is the most popular straight goods in this market .
Ask your (irocer for the above Brands, manufactured by 1 lit
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
HERRING & WEAVER,
THE SHOE STORE,
NO. I'ATTON AVliNl'li.
LA RGI CSTSIIOE STORE IN THE STATE.
CALL AND SEE US.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHKVIKaLK, N. C,
ltenutilully tocnted in n prove of oaks and white pine, with no dust or noise, at the coi
nerof Oak and Woodfin streets, near the Kcinnle ColU'Ke, and only three squares from the
We have a number of clcirnntlv-furnishcd rooms to nccnmmndntp ht.nrricru u.-h h..u;. n
nice, quiet place, away from the hotels. Nice rooms, new furniture, Rood fare, first -class
cooKiiiK. ft reiinoiiiiini.' pnecn. nino, nui unu com imina.
Or. T. J. HARGAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN ANOllEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modern and latest improved methods for treating chronic Jiseascs of the hums
i hront and nose, by the inhalation of vaporized and atomized fluids bv the pneumatic anil
compressed air apparatus; also Compound Oxypen iu connection with the vaporized Bal
aam (the balsam obtained from the natural balsam trees near Asheville.)
We also manufacture a Home Treatment of the Compound Oxyxen, which In, equal to
the office treatment, and will be sent on application hy express, on receipt of price, $12.
Our success here for the past three years with this trcntrient has been phenomenal, hav
ing cured many eases that were pronounced hojH'lcss, whose tu.iiies and residences can Ik
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. Hy permission we im-i io the following well-known
gentlemen of Asheville : E. J. Aston, ex-Mayor ; J. li. Keed, Citi n ii. a. Court ; Ker.d. C Kan
kin, pastor First Methodist Church; Kcv. V. A. Nelson, pastor First Baptist Church; H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson.
T. J. II AR; AN, IN. D.
LKWI8 MADDUX, Frcs
L. P. McLOUl. Vice-Fres.
I. K. KANKIN, Cashier.
From two to six bed rnnni", fully furnished
and usual .ittention, with or without hoaru
High location, lixcclicnt water
For terms upplv to
nu7 dtf 15H I'HFSTNPT TRKHT.
Walter H. Gwvn, W. W. Wkst
GWYN & WEST,
(Successors to Wa'tcr B.Gwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
otarv I'ub.ic. Commissioners of Deeds.
OI KICI .- HoudieHHt Court Square.
Real K""c Brokers,
And i Investment t Ajfents.
Offices: No. no South Main st. Second floor,
All eyes fittel and fit guaranteed. A com
plcte sto' k of the above goods at
GRANT'S DRtG STORE,
24 SOFTH MAIN STREET.
Oculists' Prescription a specialty.
W. 0. WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
New lot of design just received. Large lotof
Tablets and Slabs, very low for cash. You
will save money by calling on me before pur
chasing. Wareroom Wolfe Building, S. E. Court
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT i TAILOR,
5 Patton Avenue
(Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
numerous: Lewis Muddux, M.J. Bcnrdcn, M. J. FnRK. J. B. Rnnkin. J. B. Ray, J. B. Reed
S. H. Reed. (k-o. S. l'owcll, C. M Mcl.oud.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
(ASH 1!V 1 LLK, N.C., FEBRUARY 1st, IbSU.
Organized May 1st, 1888.
CAPITAL, $50,000, SIRPLIS, $10,000
STATE, ClUINTV AND CITY DEPOSITORY.
Hoes a General Itankim Musincss. I K-posits received. Exchange bought and sold. Col
lections made on all accessible points. Tlrj Saving Feature will receive siiecial attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four months or longer, interest nt the rat
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real cslate, which will be placed for long time on real
Ojien from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will hcoientill it p.m.
v WINE .-. AND LIQUOR . STORE
IN THE STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MARQI'ARDT, M'lt'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N, C.
! Beautiful Building Lots
HI NtOMBK COUNTY, N. C.
Xkyland Springs is a new resort, laid off in building lots, eivjht miles south of Asheville, on
the A. t S Railroad anil the Hendersonville Pike.
THE' FINEST COLLECTION OF MINERAL SPRINGS IN THE STATE.
Twenty-seven Springs Chalybeate, Alum, Iron, Epsom, Sulphur, Magnesia, and Freest om
pure, cold and health giving.
Fine Hotel Finished and Opened
For "all the year ,ollnt!,,, with low rales and best of rooms and fare.
Several buildings are going up. Saw Mill and Pinner making lumlier right in the place.
For a short time, choice lots are oPered very low to settlers or investors.
A Grand views, level lots, wide streets, pure air, 6ne water,
OXIS A. MILLER, Proprietor.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
B. E.EAGAN, Secretary
CAMPBELL'S TONIC BEER,
Medicuted stecij' for family use, Is one of the healthiest beverages ever introduced, as
scores of families in town can testify. It is emphatically a TONIC, slightly laxative, will reg
ulate the howels, promote the action ofthe liver and purify the blood. IsSTKICTI.Y vegetable
:ind non-intoxicating. Endorsed by the Medical profession. Order direct from Factory.
C. H. CAMPBELL,
317 Haywood Street.
KOPP & L1CI I TENBERG E R,
WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS AT
t No. 28 Patton Avenue, t
-A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY.
A fctore where you can bay everything In the way of Table
Supplies, where we will keep full line of Fine Groceries,
Produce. Wooden ware. Baskets. Brooms, etc.. etc. A full
line of fine Confectionery. We will roast our own coffees daily
on the premises, and will grind it fresh for every customer in
onr Mammoth Mill, which runs by electric motor.
Finest Line of Fancy Cakes and Crackers In the City.
GIVB t'8 A CALL. We are agents for O am brill's "Su
perlative" Plour. the Premier Brand of America
These goods will be sold at ROCK BOTTOM PRICKS
and WILL BR DkLIVBRBD PROMPTLY TO ALLPART8
OF THB CITY,
sept 8 dlmo
ASHEVILLE JCE COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from Distilled Water. Office: No. .'50
Oi'MCK up Comptroller of tiilI
Washington, August 15,
Whereas, by satisfactory I'viclaur pre
sented to the undersigned, it has been
made to apjiear that "TIIH NATIONAL
HANK OF ASII1-VILLIi," in the City of
Asheville, iu the County of lluiieoinhe
and State of North Carolina, has com
plied with all the provisions of the Stat
utes of the United States, mpiiixil to lc
complied with lieforc anassociaiiou shall
lie authorized to commence the business
Now. therefore, I, HDWAKI) S. LAC15Y,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby
eerlily that "Till-: NATIONAL HANK
OF ASHIiVILLi:," in the City of Ashe
ville, iu the County ol Huneoiube and
Slate of North Carolina, is authorized to
commence the business of Hanking as
provided ill Section Fifty-One Hundred
and Sixty -Nine ofthe Revised Statutes of
the United States.
Iu testimony whereof, witiussmy hand
and seal of ollice this lfithdav of Au
gust, INK'). K. S. I.ACLY,
Seal. Comptroller ol the Currency,
;iCO. I SCOTT, (Successor to Doubleday & Scott,)
North Public Square,
Gluss, Putty, Lime, Plastering Hair, Shingles, Laths, Fencing Posts. AU Muds of Building
Orders will reeeive prompt attention. febindly
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
Dcalerti In Wall Paper, WiiidowShadc;aiidPatciit Hanger,
Pnints, Oils and Varnishes, Masury's Mixed Paints and Colors. Window Glass. Lot,
French nnd American
We keep in stock St. Louis and Kentucky Lend. f'eb5dly
W. T. I'BNNIUAN,
W. K. rHNNIMAN.
JOBBERS AND DBALKRS IN-
ASIIEYIIXIi, N. C.
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COKMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
!! 1 V
HICKORY, N. C.
lilectric Lights, das. Hot anil Cold Water llaths und Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOl'GHHAN, Proprietor.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY
SHEPARD, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 23 PATTON AVENUE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
ffr I'rompt attention jrlven to all orders, day or night.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application
We hare thorough mechanic, in racb line who have had many year.' experience m tl ir
businear. We can safely guarantee onr patrons satisfaction In onr work, a low h:ure
BALLARD. RICH & IIOVCK. ,