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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Will be published everymorninR(exccpt Mon
day) at the following ratca strtctly cush:
ine Year $(1.00
Sis Months 8.0O
Three Months 1.50
One Month 50
One Week 15
Our carriers will deliver the puper every
morning in every part of the eity to our sub
scribers, and parties wanting it will please
t-ull at the Citizkn Office.
Auction Carter & lavis.
Sealed Proposals O. II. Iloleomhe.
Rev. Main Joiich' Meeting-.
Durham is nain cxjicriciK'iiiK out' ol'
the greatest revivals of religion within
the history of the State. The average
attendance at the meetings is upwards
of 4,;0). People are here Irom every
section of Central Carolina; as far West
as Charlotte, and east as Newborn
Manv are lure from Virginia. The meet
ing is held in I'arrish's warehouse, which
has been comfortably arranged with
seats. Mr. Jones is assisted by Kev. Mr.
Culpepiier, of lieorgia. Prof. lixcell is
also with him to furnish the music.
Business has given away to the preach
ing, and nearly everybody goes to the
three services daily. One ol the happiest
persons we have seen during the meeting
was Col. V. T. Itlackwcll. Hundreds
have been converted. The interest in the
meeting Incomes more intensified as it
Attention, Hcliool Children.
If you want a School Satchel for noth
ing go to "The Shoe Store" of
IIkKKISO & Wl-AVKli.
Wilmington Messenger: There is a
controversy just now over the relative
cotton consumption bv the mills ol
I'.eorgia and South Carolina. The last
showing is in favor of Georgia, although
South Carolina is gaining upon il
friendly rival and is not tar behind, Such
rivalries are not objtctionaMc. It is
pleasant to know thai both States an
forging away in the important woi k ol
bringing the mills to the cotton and in
converting into goods the raw material
grown in the two Stales. North Caro
lina has more mills than cither of these,
but tewer looms, and conscipiently lcs
cotton is consumed. We aregratitied thai
1 he success of the Wilmington factory it
such as to encourage the owners to en
large it at an early day. Wilmington
ought certainly to have more lactones
Charlotte has four large and nourishing
Ml people admit that Whitlock has tin
prettiest lot of dress goods they havi
have ever seen in Ashevillc.
Three days clearing sale at Law's.
Thursday. I'ridav and Saturday, (tcto
her in. 1 1. 1'J. All goods, except solid
silver, bought lor cash havctwenty cent:
off every dollar, thai is, SO cents is gooi
for one dollar. All should take advan
tage ol this. Goods priced as usual, bill
SO cents pays lor one dollar's worth.
There are bargains now at Law's, oppo
Hought sold and exchanged. All trail
suctions guaranteed. Reliable informa
tion cheerfully furnished.
W. M. Cl.AHKK,
Grand Central Hotel.
Whitlock always keeps the prettiest
line of stamped work and embroidery
materials in town.
Sealed proposals will be received Irom Mir
vcyors anil enntiu-crs at this ortice tortile stir
vevinf; of a road :roin the county line, at the
head of Snrini: creek, via HiiT and Little Pirn
creeks to Marshall; thence by way of Mars
Hill to ancey county line, at the neail oi
I v . until lit o'clock noon, November 1. 1 nxy
l) II. IIOI.COM UK.
Register of Iieeds, Madison county.
Marshall, X. C, Oct. 1'.'. ''.. it tnov-t-
TO-DAY AX II O'CLOCK
Mvusri. Carter V lavi, tin- Auctioneers, will
olfcr fnr naif two
Ray Hordes and Pliarton
w ith pole to it. Also set of double harness
to o with tram,' making a complete outfit.
FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA
FOR SAUK !
The Lowndes Place,
In Transylvania County.
nnr of the finest and hest loenteil fnrnis In
Western N. C, ii miles Irom the t hn vintf to vn
of Hrevanl. the count v seat of this. Transyl
. unta county. The buiMinns are all in poori
repair, consisting of a lartre two story dwell
ing house, with 13 rooms, carrinc house, ice
house, anil, in faet, all necessary outbuildings
Storage room lor tons of hay nnd sta
blinK lor KM) head of tattle A very subst; n
tial and convenient mule stable, with accom
modation for It) mules.
This farm contains H.'to neren, of which :tm
acres are bottom, lyintf on the French Uroad
river, and in a very hi'h state ot cultivation.
1 10 acres of this is well set in meadow red
top i.r herds :niss. of the remaining o.lo
acres, loo acres are in upland pasture finely
set with a mixture of grasses. Plenty ol
hnndsomc oaks for shade in pasture land.
Bright runniiiK streamsof pure w ater inevery
field. The remui tier is in woodland, with
all the different varieties of timber locust.
chcNtnut, oak, poplar, etc. Convenient to
good schools, churches and postotlice. I mil
mail. Fifteen miles from Hendcrsoiiville and
-'." miles from Asheville. and on or very near
the line of the contemplated Atlanta, .siie
ville and Baltimore railroad.
No such farm for itssizecan lr found in this
State or any other State, for value. Iieauiy
and desirability every way.
For price and particulars apply to or ad
1 1 rest
Natt Atkinson & Sou,
Ashevillc, N. C.
1'. S. Also two other small hut very desir
able tracts near hv at low figures,
EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION !
Til K COMIC OPKKA,
LITTLE TYCOON !
AT OI'KKA HOTS ON
Friday and Saturday,
To Ik- performrtl by the most prominent Am
Hteum In America.
Reserved Seats, -
North State: The knitting factory
commenced work regularly last Monday.
J. K. Hall, superin ten dent, says he will
require aoout tt nanus cmcny remaies
and that he hopes to procure them
here. Oi course a few exerts will have
to be brought from a distance until the
local force is learned. The operatives
will le white. The factory work will for
the present be confined exclusively to
cotton shirts and drawers, and orders
for goods are already on file.
NAKKETH BV TELEGRAPH,
Money and BecurltlCr Cotton -ITovlrilouH
UONKY AND ftECl'RITIBS.
Nkw Vokk, Oct. 11. Exchange quiet and
Money stringent, fHatO
Sub-Treasurv balances tlold, $15i,i."li,
000; currency, $U,14y.(00.
government bonds dull but steady per
cents, $1.1'7; t, per cents, $1 .tr V-
State bum Is, Uull nut steuuy.
Ala. L lass a yao jua
Ala. Class B.G8..10M
tia. 7s, mort 101 V4
N. C. Cons., us..ua
N. C, Cons., 4s ytiVi
S. C. Hrown s...l01
Tenn. tis 107
T.... r,d 101
Tenn. Set., As
Virginia b h
Virginia Omit... 35
do ptd ...11"'k
Itet & Lack 14;(i
Fast Tenn lin.j
Lake Shore IOSSi
Lou. a: Nash 7ltv.
Mem. & Char... 62
Mob. & Ohio 1
Nash. A: Chat... W
NO Fac. lsttuor iiotu
N. Y. Central ...307'
N. & W. pfd
N. F. pfd
Rich. 6e A Me
K. Hi W. Point.
Tenn Coal Htl'n
I'nion Pacific ("(
N. J. Central...li-Vt
Mo. Pacific rt
Western I nion sf-:l)
. '.'.' 'it
Nkw York, Oct 11. Cotton steady. Sales
to-duv 1'75 bales; middling uplands 10fiH;
middling Orleans 1 Total net receipts at
all ports to-dav :U, 70. lixports tt (".rent
Urttain ;.1-H3;" Krance 4H1 2; Continent 7-t7.
Stock ;irlt.rtil bales
Nkw Yokk, Oct. 11. Cotton Net receipts
(9; kioss 'J'Jl 2. Put lire closed steady.
Sales i;t:t.:ttiu bales.
t let lo. fi4alO."5l March lo.UUalo.O
Nov 10 lt April lo.;w;nlo.;i7
Ke lo 1 A11i0.ltli.Mnv 1o.1nin.3
an H.10alo.l7June 10 halo
1-eb 10 22ain.'J3Julv 10.r:ialo.r.
Galvkston, Oct. 11. Cotton quiet, lo; re
Nokl'oi.K., Oct. 11. Cotton steady. H'4;
Hai.TIMokk, Oct It Cotton ipiiet
Hoston. Oct. 1 1 Cotiompiiet, 1 1 ' h
WlLM INtToN, N. C. ct 1 1 Cotlonquict
11; receipts loo.
I. Cotton dull,
1 1 .Cotton steadv.
Nkw ( iki.kans. net 1 1 Cotton steady, 10;
receipts loi :tH
Mo it ilk, et 1 1 Cotton quiet, '.,; receipts
MKMIMMS, Oct 11 Cotton steady, mi
lt!; receipts 27fi.
At'tirsTA, oct. 11 Cotton firm. H-V re
Chaklkston. Oct 11 Cotton firm, 10; re
PROVISIONS A NO I'KOIH CH.
Cincinnati, Oct 1 1 . I'bnir firm. Wheat
barelv steadv No. 2 red . Corn No. 2
mixed ;4. Oats No. 2 mixed 21 a 2 2. Pork
II. oo. Lard ti. lo. Hulk meats strong. Short
ribs ".rr. Whiskey steady and firm l."2.
Chicago. Oct. 1 1 .Cash quotations to-day
were as follow s: Flour slow. Wheat No 2
red SOt j,. Corn No. 2 ;u . Oats No. 2 1M-V
Mess pork 10.50. Lard ti.2o. Short ribs
j.2fnfi.ao. Whiskey 1.02.
Nkw Yokk, 1 'it ll. Southern Hour dull
and heavv. Wheat unsettled No. 2 red Hfla
vr)ts. Corn irreK"lar No. 2 311.4. Oats active
Oct. 2"iA. Cort'ee Oct. IS. 25. Sugar re
fined weak and quiet. Molasses foreign
nominal; New Orleans dull. Cottonseed oil
quiet and steady. Pork steady and quiet
mess 1 2.25al 2.."o. Lard c(uiet western
dentil ii.70. Freights unsettled Cotton VI;
Grain 5:fcI .
Poimlar with torist,fiimilieiindhusinf
Electric cart pass the loor.
Dour open at 8 o'clock. To commence at
8.30. Carrlaxe at 11 o'clock.
The proceed, to be divided among tnechar
SPECIAL PRECAUTION AGAINST FIRE.
We will run two ilelivwy
wjijions. Th nwessity for
this hns Iter'ii rauscd by our
hu-fivly iucn'iising tralt,
inakiii1 it impossible to do
liver with one wagon. Tliere
have been complaints (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, nnd prom
ise to meet all competition.
Our stock, as heretofore, will
be kept tip to the highest
standard in quality. All
goods sold by lis guaranteed
to be as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
FOR THIS WEEK"
We arc Kointc to offer some real good Hnr
gains in our line. Heary Nickel and Drats
Coach Harncas, 114 Trace, Pull Patent
Leather Collar, $37.5c, former price $r
Single Bugxy Harness, Davis mounting $25,
nickel $17.50. In
For hoth 1 adieu and gentlemen, we are going
to tiell at New York prices, net. Ldtcn Side
Saddle, full p. neat, and Skirt, $40; next
quality $30; Men's Imported Bngliith Tree,
flat neat, $30, formerly $35. For Horse
Blanket it and Whipt we are headquarter
Full Whalebone Whin $l.CO to $2.60. Bent
BuKfty Whip in town for 73c. Oood Buggy
Cushions $1. Special prices in whips to Liv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Direct from the MANUFACTURER and can
sell them cheaper than any one In town. El
beron, all wool, in yellow and brown, 82x82,
$10 per pair, sold last year for $15; Pawn,
76xSO, solid colors, $N per pair, sold for $10
last season. We have them in all styles and
prices to $2.75 per pair.
These are special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Main St.
BUY A PAIR
AND "BRACE UP."
It is a Shoulder Brace and
No Harness simple un
like all others.
Promotes free respiration
of the lungs.
stooped or round shouldered.
A perfect Skirt Supporter
Physicians everywhere rec
Easily adjusted and worn
All sizes for Men. Women,
Hoys and (iirls.
The cheapest and only re
liable Hraee in the market.
Over one hundred pairs for
Owing to the press
of business at both
ends of the line (both
here a ud at New York)
we have not time to
mention in detail the
Which we a re offering,
but we have them.
Our Mr. Redwood is
in New York yet, and
is sending us lots of
some of which we are
offering far below
their real value, Un
derwear especially, all
II. REDWOOD &CO.
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS. SHOES.
HATS. CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
RUGS AND DRUGGETS.
-E JELLICO c6aL,E-
i AT RETAIL, t
For Grate, - - - - $5
For Stoves, - $45
HEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For nale at Wholesale and Retail bj
ASIIEVIIXE COAL COMPANY,
lixi'lunive AK'tlt" (Dnmeatlc and Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
E. E.EAGAN, Secret,,
Order from your Grocer, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is made in Aslieville.
And 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 Grocer fortheabove Brands, manufactured by the
ASIIEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
39-THE SHOE STORED
KI-.MOVi:i) TO NO. .'I'.l'I'ATTi N AVKNUi.
Special Attention Given to "Stvle" and 'Quality" ofUooda.
Herring & Weaver, - Aslieville, N. C.
OAK STREET INN,
4SHKVICCK, N. C,
Hetttitifull v located in a rnve of oiikn and white pine, with no dust or nuine, nt the cor
ner of Oak and Wootifin streets, near the Peinnle College, ami only three squares irom thi
We have n number of eleRnntly-turnished rooms to accommodnte boarders who desire a
nice, quiet place, away from the hotels. Nice rooms, new furniture. Rood fare, first-tins
cookinff, at reasonable prices. Also, hot and cold baths.
Dr. T. J. HARLAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND" MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modern and latest improved methods for treating chronic diseases of the lunt
throat and nose, by the inhalation of vaporized and atomized fluids hy the pneumatic and
compressed air apparatus; also Compound Oxygen in connection with the vaporized Bal
sam (the balsam obtained from the nntural balsnm trees near Ashevilte.)
We also manufacture a Home Treatment of the Compound Oxygen, which is, equal to
the office treatment, and will be sent on application b express, on receipt of price, $12.
Our success here for the past three years with this treat r-rnt has been phenomenal, hav
ing cured many cases that were pronounced hoKless, whose unities and residences can In
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. Hy permission we mci to the following well-known
gentlemen of Ashevillc : K. J. Aston, ex-Mayor; J. K. Reed, ckik i . . Court ; Rev.G.C Kan
kin, pastor First Methodist Church ; Rev. W. A. Nelson, pfcutor First Baptist Church : H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson.
T. J. HARtAN, M. D.
LKW1S MADDUX. Pre
L. P. MOLOCH, Vice-Pren.
I. B. RANKIN, Caahier.
Walter B. Owts, W. W. Wbst.
GVVYN & WEST,
(Successors to Wn'ter B.Gwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Notary Plilitic. CommiMionen ot IteeiU.
OFFICE-Moutbeaat Court Hquare
Real Estate Brokers,
And i Investment i Agents.
Office!.: No. So Sojith Main At. Second floor.
FOR SALE !
no.HOKSI! HOILBR AND KNOlNlv.
PDWBR MORTISKK AND BORKK.
FOOT POWKR MONTISI'.K,
OAK, ASH. WALNI'T, L'HKKRV. PINK
AND POPLAR Ll'.MBKR.
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHBVILI.K, N. C.
ept'J d&w 2m
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
as Patton Avenue,
(Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
PLct STiAMina. Low Rati.
Tout Trip pw Wak lavwi
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISUND
Patoakatr.&fttilt flt. Mrto, mnd Uuu
Hurra Wy Porta.
vrj WtMk D7 BMwttn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Kfwial vnlT Trif 4artnf Jnn. inly, Aug mm4 tWH
Double Dttlly Jinn B;wiwn
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
O')" ILLUSTRATCO PAIfPWL
Ha..nd Ezi'tiral-tlTlflke . will b"l-i . d
be jrour Tloke- Aeenr. np ad..
E. B. WHITCOMB. G. P. A.. Otriwir. I..,
Oatrolt and Clmaland team H;.v. Co.
Dikkctohs: Lewis Ma.ldui, M.J. Beurdcn. M.J. PaKK. J. E. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Heed
S. H. Kecd. Geo. S. Powell. C. M McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
(ASHEVILLE, N. C, FEBRUARY lat, sH9
OrffanicLfl May lat, 1MK8.
CAPITAL, $50,000. - - SURPLUS. 10,000
STATU. COUNTY ANl CITY DEPOSITORY,
Doe a (lent-nil Hunkinie Bu8incHn. DeponitB received. Bxchanfce bouRht and Hold. Col
tectionn made on all atfessiblr polntn. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four month or longer, interest at the ratt
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will tie placed for long time on real
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Department will tie open till H p.m.
v WINE AND , LIQUOR , STORK v
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.'
J. A. HARQI ARDT, DI'lT'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C.
! Beau" ful Building Lots
BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N. C.
Skyland Spring i a new resort, laid off in building lota, tiv;ht miles nouth ol' A.heville, on
the A. Kc K Railroad and the Hemlimonville Pike.
THE FINEST COLLECTION OF MINERAL SPRINGS IN THE STATE.
Twenty-seven Springs Chalybeate, Alum, Iron, Bpsom, Sulphur, Magnesia, and Freestone
pure, coin ana nrnitn giving.
. Fine Hotel Finished and Opened
For "all the year 'ronnd, with low rates and lest of rooms and farr.
Several buildings are going up. Saw Mill nnd Planer making lumber right in the place.
For a short time, choice lots are oflered very low to settlers or investors.
Grand views, level Iota, wide streets, pure air, tine water.
OTIS A. MILLER, Proprietor.
CAMPBELL'S TONIC BELR.
Medicated fpecmMy for family ue, ia one of the healthiest bceraice eer introduced, ai
acorn of families in town can testify. It ia emphatically a TONIC, slightly laxative, will re.
ulate the bowels, promote the action oftheliverand purify the blood. IsSTRICTI.Y vegetable
and non-intoxicating. Endorsed by the Medical profession. Order direct from factory.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ieo iniule from Distilled Water. Office: N(,
Ofimck of Comptroller op thi-: I
Washington, August 15, 1889. J
Wiikmkas, by satisfactory evidence pre
sented tu the undersigned, it has been
innilc to iipiK.ir that "THE NATIONAL
BANK OF ASHEVILLE," in the City ot
Aslieville, in the County of Buncomlw
Hiid State of North Carolina, has com
plied with all the provisions of the Stat
utes of the United States, required to be
complied with before an association shall
be authorized to commence the business
Now. therefore, 1, EDWARD S. LAC BY,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby
certify that "THE NATIONAL BANK
OK ASHEVILLE," in the City of Ashe
villc, in the County of Buncombe and
Suite of North Carolina, is authorized to
commence the business of Banking as
provided in Section Fifty-One Hundred
and Sixty-Nine of the Revised Statutes of
the United States.
In testimony whereof, witness m y hand
and seal of other this tSthdny of Au
gust, 1 HSU. E. S. LACEY,
Seal. Comptroller ol the Currency.
I). ('. Waihh-'.u.,
W. V. Hahnauu, Lavvrknvk IYlu.ui
Vice I'n-M'lenl. Cashier.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
I-arjfet and OIIct Hank in WcMein North Carolina.
With well established connection! this Hank hns unsurpasHed facilities in every branchu
- niRKCTOKM l
.1 I'. SAWYKK,
Kev. .1. L. CAKKOLL.
J. (!. MARTIN,
W. Y. BAHNAR1),
I). V. WADDEIiL,
(i. W. WILLIAMS.
Of Wilmington. N. l'.
North Public Square,
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, - DOORS
Olass. I'uttv, I.ime, Hlasterinx Hair, Shinies, Laths, PcncinK Piists. All kinds of Hnildii
A Full Line of Mantels and Mouldings.
jpfr Orders will receive prompt attention. fehlndlt
C. II. CAMPBELL)
317 Haywood Street.
KOPI & LICHTENBERGEK,
WILL OI'BN IN A FBW DAYS AT
t No. 28 Patton Avenue, t
-A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY.
FiTZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
Dealeri) in Wall Paper, Window Shadesand Patent Hanger
IRintH. 011h and Varnihea, Masury'v Miied PainU and Colon. Window Ola, bo
Preach and American
We keep in stock St. Louin and Kentucky Lead. tehfidlj
W. T. PKNN1MAN.
W. K. PBKNIWA.N
PENNIMAN & CO.,
JOB II KB AXn OKALKItft IN-
OUPONI POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE (
ENGINES. SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 23 PATTON AVENUE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or nijrht
A More where yon can bny everything in the way of Table
Supplies, where we will keep a full line of Fine Groceries.
Produce, Woodcnwarc. Baskets, Brooms, etc., ete. A full
line of fine Confectionery. We will roast our owncoftees daily
on the premises, and will (rrinrt it fresh for every customer in
our Mammoth Mill, which runs by electric motor.
Finest Line of Fancy Cakes and Cracker In the City.
G.'Y,B CAI-I. We arc axenU for GambrUI'a "Su
perlative" Flonr, the Premier Brand of America
I".8??.', r1" " ,d ROCK BOTTOM PR ICRs
and WILL BB UhLIVBRKD PROMPTLY TO ALL PAKT8
PLUMBING. STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, j
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK. '
Plans and Specification Furnished on Appllcatloi
Wt have thorough mechanics In each Hne who have had many years' experience In 1
business We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction ia onr work, a low tjrnres
DAIXAIiD, RICH & BOYCE.