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Tlllt DAILY CITIZEN
WIU be published every morning (except Mon
day) at the following rateMtnc uw.
One Year 3 00
Six Months t 50
Three Months g0
One Month 13
morning in every part of the eity tomrmn
bribers, and parties wanting it will please
call at the Citiibn Office.
StraTCdMri. Alice Reynolds.
For Sale Cheap Sarah biggelkow.
Adminittor!sNotice-T. S. Momsu...
Mt. Hermon Lodge No 118 A. V. &
A M will meet in the Mnsmnc hall to
iii'cht at 7.30 o'clock, for work 111 the
first tU'oree. brethren notified and vis
itors fraternally invited.
Good Knouiih If It Is Close.
CoiiMHls, Ohio, November 12. Al
ii 1 w roKcl.-il returns from tne
election have not been received vet,
. ....... ... 1, ,...111 1 'i tti 1 1 on lit 101 iivu
l.aninsoii, uiui'iv.... 11..
tenant governor thinks he is dcleated In
For the 2 hours ending at 9 p. m.,
November 12, 1889:
V. S. SlC.NAL SBHV1CK STATION. J
Winyah Sanitarium, Ashcvillc, N. V.P
LAT. 35.36 N. LONG. 82.26 W. BLB.S330 FT.
' - T f M PBR A 1 V R U "
7atn2pm0p "ml Max. Mta. I I'uily Mean
40 1 63 1 I 57 2 65.2 I 3H.o I .
dpi iTIVE HUMIDITY.
a p m I 0 p m
- .....,-iT 1'TU Ill'MlllITV.
( In grains per cubic foot of air. i
i.lso I 3.037 I 4.373 I J-"-1"
noifCiplTATION. I BAKOMBTBR.
Snow IV. or. mi
Inches 3(). 1.
HAKIilCI W HV 'ri5I.StiKAlH.
Money mid Securities-Cotton -provisions
UOXKY AND SHCI KITIKS.
Sfw Yokk. Nov. lJ.-Kxehiinge quiet l.ut
To??mS kinds'' duu but steady-,.-cents.
$1.27; tt;, per cents. l o..2.
unite bonds, dull but steady.
i.. .! A aaO lo.-.'INI)i'ac Isttnor u.
'nV Cbiss H.OS..1HS i.N. V. Central
i, inort in-' " i""'
Cons.. 0s.. 125 Northern In
N. C. Cons., 4s no A.
U II the l'hilildelpllin College ol - N
Pharmacy. I ,
ASJIBV1LLE ADVEKTISEMBSTS. ....
: AT RETAIL. :
For Grate. - $5'
For Stoves, - $4 5
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
j.-,,, sale at Wholesale and Retail by
j ASIIEVIIXE COAL COMPANY,
Kxclusive Agents ,l.o,etic nnd Steam I for Western North drilling.
H. T. COLLINS, President.
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
ASHEVILLE ICE. COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from Diatilled Water. Office: No. :5
-WIND.: I.W B. . R
-rr, STTww 1 sen e 1 to 3 I V leui w
S to S U
Oione per cent. 40.
KARL vox RI CK, M. 1 ,
Tenn. Set., 3s....
Pel ,V Lack
I. oil. .V Nush....
Mem. .V Char.
4 1 ' i i
inn., k'i. h. .V Alb
73R. ,Vj W. l'oiut.. -i
, s IKoek Island '.''i
37 iSt. Paul 6-'i
.112-1 do pfd 11-2
.12 Tex. Pacitic -"i
A Lot.,iTcnn Coal .vrn ';l;i
2l.1h,l'uion Pacific 6''s
. 11O4 N. J. Central. ..11'
H171.4 Mo. Pacitic b.i; h
.s4'4l Western I'nion hf-,
62 IColton-sced tlil
I t j Certificates 31' 1
..loo lllrunswick 2, .
The weather xo-la .
Washington, November l'.'.-lndiea-tions
for North Carolina I-air. tollowed
by light rain; stationary teiniieratinv.
24 S. MAIN ST
Order from your Grocer, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is imide in AslicvilK
t,,.i 1. .1 hI.mIop our word for it. tlmf no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
( 'sin henifidefrom nny imported Flour.
Is the most popular strnifi'lit goods in this innrkel.
sk Y.ur(lr)(er forthe!iboveBrands,n.i.nuti.cturO(ll.vthc
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone io. 36.
Tlie Raleigh correspondent ol the Rich
mond Dispatch of the 1 1th says : oh"
C Winder, Thomas M. Holt, and Majm
u....i..ii,i,!iii. lii-en iiuiiointed a com
mittee to select a plan lor a large union
depot here. , .
Hvdecotintv has at last taken acti
step's to stop' the oyster pirates Iroin
theVr work. A large schooner ruin ir
giiiiaisnowin Pamlico sound, ami is
Using boats and negro f ingers brought
from Virginia, and a Virginia dredger is
at work in Long-Shoal river.
Coal from the beds in mom.s v......h
has been sent to Richmond to be tested.
People who arc opening the deposits say
they believe the prospects ot success aie
K Josiah Staneill, the postmaster at Sel
ma, whose arrest has been telegraphed,
is still in jail here, not having been able
to mi-ure bail. His sureties to-day put
in Kavid H. Graves as postmaster. )
The Atlantic Coast-Line yesleruay
morning took live hundred negro exodus
tcrs to Mississippi, and one hun
dred and fifty more passe. here
on their way trom Kiustou to the same
State. , fi . ,
Thirtv-five white tarmcrs icn j"""'""1
county to-dav for Arkansas. The lailu.e
of their cropscauses their departure trom
the State. Thev have owned larms. but
go to the Southwest as laborers.
A Tobacco substitute.
A. new substitute for tobacco i
introduced. It is a mixture of British
herbs the particular plants are kept se
cretand smokers who have tried the
compound declare it to be dclicious.y trn-
Erant, sngiuiv niniaiu.. .s
ioothing to the nerves. Combined with
ordinary tobacco it is said to make .1
blend as satisfactory as that of chicoi N
with coffee, but such a blend is illegal
and punishable by very heavy :-ties. At
present it is prepared in Scotland, .""''
the name of "herb tobacco, and it has
rapidlv grown in favor. Virginia has
a better substitute. Try red pepper
whenever you have an inclination to
chew or smoke, iniswiu imv.. .
SIotloiTtirset Aside Uenief.
Loniios, Novemlier ll-'.-The motion
made bv Sir Charles Russell to set aside
the decision of the lower court post
poning the trial 01 tne noei Mill o.i"..S"
by I'arnell against the Times came up
for hearing before the court ol Ouecns
hench to-day. After listening to the argu
ments for and against the motion, the
court refused to grant the application.
Brltlsti Iron Market.
' Loniion, November 12.-Thc Midilles
borough iron market is excited ; No. J
Cleveland pig is ipioteu ai oo. n -ported
that a syndicate has bought tip
all Cleveland warrants, thus cornering
the market. Middlesborou;h No. H war
rants are quoted at GSs. cash.
Another ocean steamship record has
been broken. The steamer Columbia, ol
the Hamburg-American Line, arrived at
Southampton at 12 o'clock noon on
Thursday, As the Columbia sailed trom
New York on Thursday of last week,
crossing the bar at I o'clock in the atter-
noon, sue maue enc run ,.e.... -
lantic in six davs, eighteen hours and ten
minutes, which is over an hour better
than her best previous record. 1 his
time would be equal to an even six days
A Visit to Law's
China and Silver Store. New goods
licing opened every day ; many are only
small lots, to be closed out at once,
as twenty-five Reticules, leather trimmed,
at fifty cents; twentv-five sets Individual
Butters, at fifteen cents ier set. All is
confusion there, but there are lots ot bar
gains in both new anil old goods ; but
call there early and often.
Bought sold and exchanged. All tran
sactions guaranteed. Reliable inforn.a
tion cheerfully furnished.
W. M. Cl.ARKK,
Orand Central Hotel.
TO THE LADIES.
Dress Mafclnir and Millinery.
Miss Nellie Labarbc has secured the
services of an exjenced Nthern dress
maker, ana is prcuuicu i" -
dress making for her patrons in connec
tion with her millinery establishment.
From Mr. Alice Reynolds, a Ilrindle Cow,
short rope around horns. Inlormauon want
ed an to her whereabouts.
A very aesiraoic um .
completely furnished, and central loca
L tin. Address 1"
wild we fri sun Asheville Postolhee.
co n ox.
SKW VOKK. .Nov. lotVm .."jet ft-
to.i :IV II 1 " ICS inni'iiMif. ,.
Him; Orleans ii.i .. Tot.dnet rceen.ts ut nil
rt, to'd 5 -M-;i:i. lixport" to Ore-.,., r.t
!uu :u.-,7i-.;" I'ronec TsTli; Continent .. -t-Slock
wiv Vouk Nov 11'. Cotton Net rcccilils
o.TBn. T-11X Kutim-s closed ccrv stead,-.
Xov to.o7ato.os .April....
i.i . ..HI oiialo .07 lime
IVh 1111 ;l;i lot 1 .1 ill V
March.... I" -"alo.-i..i"K"
39-T H E SHOE ST0RE,-39
.111 i.-.aio U
..in. tsalii t'.l
asv. U 1 1 '" -
1 u. Cotton linn
r.Al.VHSTON. Nov. 12. Cotton
Hi; receipts ;i2illl.
N,, hi.. O.K. Nov. 12 -Cotton ,
".Moi": S..v. 12.-Cotto ninal.
9 Ksitt;. ,s -v.-....""
sivANNAll. Nov 12.-Cottou ipliet. I..',; re-
tirin. SI U-lti: ; receipts
Moim.K. Nov. 12.-C..U01. .piiet. rv-
'IkxOMIIs; Nov. 12-Cotto1ir,.Pll-li;
1'1:S&,;.-c,,u .:. '
K; rtveipts -Ol 7.
Cincinnati. Nov. 12 .-Hoiir dull.
eak-No. 2 red 77 "'"- "V 1 ,o I.
()ats;o. 2 lllixed 2.!. 1 ..II 0 .' j-o'.
Hulk meats firm. Vt lnskev 1
ClilCM-.o Nov 1 2.-C ash limitations to-da.v
Wer"asoliows:. r.eady WheiU-o -
,", ,121.'. Short ribs:,. :i.-a.-.-l'.,l. Whiskey l.o.
SKW Yokk Nov 12 -Sonthem '?Z;
Wheat firmer and moderately 7,
,,.,1 K'tl Coni lirmer and titoet .No -
e' a-i;' iiaisnctiic and strong Nuv. 2 i ,.
,-"rtee.-N,,v 1 1 7.-,al t.'.l". SiiKiir-rclined
m- r. Molasses t'orelcn nominal: New Or
e sfiirH active. Petroleum retmed
'c 11 weak. Pork 'l!;, Z
western steam 1', loaii 71 ,. 1-rcmhts easv
Coltoit 7-:i2; Oram 4i2 askeil.
II.REDWOOD & CO.
Sniiit' vrr.v IkiihI-soiiii-
Loii",' Wraps. NVw-
marki'ls. and other
shapes in IMnek ami
Col.ired. Also Fine
Seal l'lusli .lackets,
11. Ui'.nwooD vV: Co..
Strict lv One Price.
RICMOVIUI TO NO. :ill I'ATTOX A riNl'K
1) C Waudkli-, W.W.Bauxahi), Lawkkxi-e I'i lliam,
"p resident. Vice President.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LAIUJKST AND OLDEST DANK
In Western North Carolina.
This Bank is authorized by the StnteTreasurcrto receive
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for four months
or longer, and certificates of deposit issued for same.
Special Attention Given t6 "Style" and HaHt" of fJood.
ll. rrino & Weaver, - AHiievnc,
.1 I'. SAWVKK.
ev. .1. L. CAHUOLh.
.1. (1. MA11T1N.
W. . BAUNAIiP.
1). C. WADDKIiK.
(1. W. WILLIAMS.
i if Wilmington, N. C.
Popular with tourists, lamdies ami business
lilcetric ears pass the door.
We will run two delivery
wagons. The necessity for
this has been caused by our
largely increnshiji" trade,
making it impossible to de
liver with onewa-on. There
have been complaints (and
justly, too) by some of our
customers at not having
o-oods delivered more
promptly. With our addi
tional facilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready bir!,e trade, and prom
ise to meet all competition.
Our stock, as heretofore, will
be kept up to the highest
standaid in quality. All
o-oods sold by us o-unrantecd
to be as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
RooniH on Main street, opposite the tiost-
" TSn daily, except Sundays, from 10 a. m.
nnt 1 1 n m., nnd S.:M until i .3o . m
"The t ol snl.scrit.on are:
$2; b mos., $1.50: 3 mos., $1 ; 1 mo., nocts.,
"ijfnccrs for 1HHI1 President, R. K. Rnwls ;
Viv.Fr.ideiit. Charles W. Woolscy : Sec and
Trcas., U. S. Watson ; Librarian, Miss a. J.
Hatch. , i;n :n,.Upd
Citizens nnu vism, is -:
to inspect the catalogue and inscribe their
anmcs as members.
II ATS, I'ANV'VO. S,
SI ..ICS, NOTIONS,
,;.STS' I-'I UNISHIXOS I XPIiK WhA K ,
KNOX CKLKllKATKI) 1..MI1HS' AND Vllll.-
I-INI' SOI'TANllSTlI l-: PKKN'S 1IOSIKKV
1 1 ATS, AN.. r.U.VKS.
OAK STREET INN,
.. ....iv;,. ut ilu i-ir-
&'n.t;&"F?mra three si.uares ,r th.
ner 01 wu. , - , .
court house. furnished rooms to accommodate boarders who oesire a
Wc have a number of clival tl 'slu" m.. fiirnllurc. cood tare. Iirst-cluss
SaTiW'.r Iis. Also! hot and cold baths.
Dr. T. I. HARf JAN, ProprSetor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
At. modem and latest j itruinati
throat and nose, by the mi i 't' r "1 in connection with the vapomcd Hal-
compn-siiednirniinarnttis . alsol.. balsam trees near Aslicv ille. I . .
.am I the balsam obtainc, e'Tr"', Compound Oxyeen. which is, equal to
We also manufacture a .' "mt T'"'""'"1, J Jinn ,,v Apnss, on receipt of price, $12
the office treatment, and will hi sent 11 al lH,t.n pnenoinenal. hnv-
our sucevss here for the past Im 1 ; Iu ll,c8 nn(, residences can be
hiK cured many cases that were. I'r3,,,',"l:; , vl. lt,t., IU tl,c .ollowinK well-known
obtained by ealllnB at the San.t onunv " n . I n v. ,ti k i . a. Court ; Kev. 0 C Hin
"UM VScl.. P"tor Hirst tlaptist Church ; 1
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson. ,f HARCiAN, M. .
GEO. F. SCOTT,
North Public Square,
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, - IfrOOKS,
1.... i,..u,a Vllkiiidsof Huildinc
Class, Cutty, l.ime. I'lnstcmiR 11a r, X"'-- ' ' s
A Full IJne of Mantels and Mouldings.
W t irders will receive prompt attention. c ' ' v
... , ,.. divcin -n.tner.
LIUVIS MADId X. Prcs L. P. Mcl-OI L, V.ce-l-rc.. ,
... .- ........... M. I. Benrdcn. M.J. PnKB.J- KW.J- Kay' K' Kee1
lilRBCTOKs: e h . liced. ileo. S. Powell, C. M McLoud.
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
Dealers in Wall Paper. Window Hltadcsand Patent HaiiRcr!.,
Paints. (Ills and Varnishes, Masn. Vs Mixed Paint, and Colors Window Glass, both
French and American
We keep in stock St. I.ouis and Kentucky Lead tthBdt.v
W. T. PKNNIM.VN.
ENNIMAN & CO
JOHHKKW AND DEALERS IN
W. K. PBNNIMAX.
J. C BROWN,
MERCHANT : TAILOR,
25 Patton Avenue,
i Next to Crnnd Central Hotel.)
J. V. BROWN & SON,
S. H. Keen. i.eo. si. . o-". -
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
IASHBV1LLE, N. C, FEBRUARY 1st, lhKH,
-Organized May 1st, 18SS.
CAPITAL, Sso.ooo. - slB "
STATU, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOM I OK v .
Doe, a. -.encrn. ..nnkin,. Business. Deposits received. ExehanRc loBht and sold. Col
,ect,on made on all accessible points. The Savin Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four month, or longer, interest a, the rate
. e .r n nn tun wilt be iiairl.
Special attention .riven to loans on real estate, which will ,c p,u.i .or ,onK o...
.. . : . . i , ill l.e ooen till d li.ru.
Oram Irom li a .v. to : p m. On Saturdays tne n.n
UUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STIDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COKMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
OVER ). E. DICKERSCN S HARDWARE STORE.
lanbabniiiK and shipping a specialty.
Calls attended niK'ht nnd day.
THI-HPHoSE NO. 6o.
CA35iB5;LL'S iII.U14 ALE.
A niaioritv ..f persons have the impression that CAItHOMATKO BKVKRAOKH
arc onh palatabU in w.vin, weather. While this is true in a measure as rcrar.ls soA
wvrKK. "6IJ.BKR AI.K" is an exception. ..win to U.WA.N.1ue.
AI K is essentially a Wintkk BevcraKC. ,ivi.,,.,d
'r,;,.te lamilies can order through their tlrocer, or Iron, ,h -act,,,,, .IT !.nood
Street, direct. t. J. CAMPBKIX.
1'inelv arraiiKcd rooms for office, and for
co , ncreild ants. Also. larKe room hieh
ceilinK, lor clubs In buildings Nos. -H and
3d, 1'utton avenue. ....... T,
VM. McAI-l-.H, Trustet,
.. .. .. - r.iin Irui't Of llltlll Oil
,he !S in;;i river: , SJ. acres l.oUom.
Applv to m'i ""
KOPP & UCHTENBERGER,
Sucars at wholesale prices.
A full line of Teas, at prices to suit all
New Valencia Raisins, Currants, Unhorn I
Citron nnd Turkish Prunes
(jucen Syrup, just the thinu on warm cakes
Mince Meat. Mince Meat.
We commence to day niakiHK a line grade
,,f Mince Meat. In this uiticlc we use the
very best ingredients - Hand-I'ielved Allies,
Oood Beef, New Valencia Kaisins, New Cur
..i..t. i .nsfi f ...hi it'int rhean
Millinery. Next door to Piwtothec.
octau u ti
FOR SALE CHEAP.
A NEW INCUBATOR of improved pattern
... ..aS0. Al.o . POSTOFFICE
CABINET, lately ned at Haiel.
..,, An, it Wet Asheyille, N. C.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC E.
H. rln. been appointed administrator of
theStt crfthe iatt Alfred M. Alexander, I
Adm'r of A. M. Alexander.
Arterille, Not. 12, '. dlt w6t
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
"THE PARSONAGE AID SOCIETY,"
Col. A. T. Davidson's,
Thursday, November 14th,
From B to lo p. m.
House of two room., on We.t .treet.
T yStS' 'OT ""' GEO. F. SCOTT
Mrs. S. E. Chamberlin ha. reo oved to 51
Church street, convenient ey c.v. .. . -
ccllent beds, nicelv furnished room, and finit
class in every respect. n"T" "lw
Friday EvenlnR, Nov. 15th
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
The proitram willvcon.i. of
Ilv the liest local talent, and
Of Nashville, Tenn.
Admission, - - 5Ct.
Door, open t T.30 Entertainment will
begin at 8 o'clock .harp
r,.r....t -c are Hcadouartcrs for rants, l.eKhorn Citron. Pure SuKar and the
Coflee. We roast fresh every day, and jrrind ! ,..im.Bt i,iq,,r. It is all ready for use. We
I brand it ASHKV11.I.B MINCH MEAT,
to suit the purchaser.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
7 SI'CCKSSOKS TO
SHEPARD, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO..
NO. XS PATTON AVl-NI'l..
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Oealer,
p(r Prompt iiltcntion Kivcn to all orders, day or night
Free Delivery. - PATTON AVE.
I TLANTIC COAST LINE
.. . ... ik. r.JIfxvinur I'hcd-
No. 53-Leaye. Columh a ....... 5 JO p. m.
Su'sta and ColumWa & Greenville Railroads.
T M EMERSON, Gen. Pa... Agt.
J. P. DEVINB, Gen. Supt.
NEW DEBD, carefully PrtP" J?-T.lrd.
lnK member, of the A.h.tar(M
(Inert parchment mo tot, i--r--y --
frtnu all neceiMwrT point., jnst out and now
m at th. off.ee of the Crrn.a Pul
m 0 rl. No. North Co.rt onr. ,a10t
MFour lirst-class Houses for rent. Fur
nished eonipletclv. and splendidly loca
ted. Apply to II. S.WATSON,
oeta dtf Real Estate AKent.
W. D. ROWE,
A bright. Intelligent mj, q". -vj
and writing good hand. Mn.t not be afraid
to .oil hi. hand.. AddreM
soya dt "X 288-
ITALIAN & AMERICAN
Granite M onument.,
All kind, of Monu
and Vases made to
order in the late.t
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At Buncombe
ASHEVILLE, N. C. Oct. I!'-'. 1 .
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holder, of the
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.
Will be held at the office of the Company In
Asheville, N C, on the
FOURTH WEDNESDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1889
Being the 2Tth day of the month.
Geo. P. Erwln,
Sec. and Treas.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITKCTl'RAL, IKON WORK.
Plans and Specificatioiip Furnished n Application
vv h.e thorough mechanic in each line who have had many year.' experience in their
business We can .afely guarantee our patrons satisfaction in our work, a low hgure..
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
HANFOAD N. LOCKWOOU
Brooms, "WliisUs, Hearth and
..in . 1 nmnMtf m-adc. a .oecialtT. Quo.
tmuons ami mmuiyiw
Plan, and .pedfication. prepared d est!-
. 1 alarvrt an tic.
0ee- Wol Bnildtag, Court Hot Square
IN WALL STREET.
CHANGE, 91 2 F St.. N W Washington
ftituioti and Maririn. factrI-
ir mtlTtce. wrfier uj
TH E " H IC KOR Y INN.'1
HICKORY, N. C.
Elevtric LiKhts. Oils. Hot and Colli Water Baths and Toilets on each floor..
Cuisine and apiointinenta unsurpassed.
FRANK LOIKHHAK, Proprietor
V WINE .-. AND . LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BIIXIARD ROOM.
J. A. HARQ14KDT, M'B'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEYILLE, N. t