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THE DAILY CITIZEN
WW be published evcrymorning(exccpt Mon
day) at the following rates strictly vash:
One Year 0
Six Months 3.00
Three Months l-r0
one Month 0
One Week 15
Our carriers will deliver the pacr every
morning in every part of the eity to our sub
scribers, and parties wanting it will please
.-all at the Citizbn Office.
A Progressive Age A D. Cooper.
Kiidiun's Microbe Killer J. S. Orant.
Administrator's Sale I'. S. Morrison.
Real listnte and Insurance Jcnks . .lento.
For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. m.,
November 16, 1889: '
V. S. SlCNAL SEKVICR STATION, 1
Winyah Suniturium, Asheville, N. CI
LAT. 35.30 N. LONO. Sli.'Jfl W. EI.B. ii3f.O 1;T.
-rM p'BR.VTf'hii: .
The famous Leaning Tower of Pisa has
been put up for sale by lottery. The
municipality of Pisa, "having become
ureatly straitened for money on account
ol expensive improvements, oners tne
tower lor sale in order to prevent the
town hall Irom being seized, and lias
adopted the method ot a lottery so as to
get the highest price possible.
Handkerchiefs, suspenders and tics, the
largest stock in the city, at low prices, at
MAKKKTM UV TtXKliKAFH.
7 a m 2 p m! p nil Max. I Mill. Dully Mean
36.2 3ti.B I 34.1 ( 42 2 ) 32 I 35.20
2 RELATIVE HI MIU1TV.
7am I 2pm I y p in I I'aily Mean
BO I H'J I uo I 73
(In grain per cubic loot ol' air.t
7 am j "2 pm I U p m I Pally Mian
1.4HU I 1.743 2 034 l."."i"
"Rain and I Snow UCor. IV,r alt. ,S: tcm.l
ineltcdsnowl depth. I Daily Mean
Inches I Inches 30 ',"
0.2a I 0.(1", j Stationary
"WIND. " " l VBT1IKR.
"Direction. Force (scalcO to 10 Rain .S: snow
N to S W I ti I Stormy
Ozone Of possible amount, 45 percent.
KARL von KICK, M.I),
Mono and tiecurltles Cotton -1'roviHiontt
MONEY AND SKCl'HITlKS.
N'KW Yokk. Nov. 10. Exchange quiet but
Monev easy, closing offered at 5
Government bonds dull but steady Mar
cents. SI. 27; 4l-j per cents, ail.Oo'tf.
State builds, neglected.
Ala.classA 2ii5 ln.-.mNOPac. lstinor '.12
Ala. Class 11.0s . IOU IN. Y. Central ...loci 's
1 AT RETAIL,, i
Ga. 7s, mort iojv
C. Cons.. 0S..124
N. C. Cons., 4s IMIVis!
S. C. Brown's.. .IIKI'-i
reml. lis IOU
Trim, f.s IOU:
Twin, Set., 3s..... 73-'.
Vii'L'iilia lis 4H
North western .
do pld .
Del .S: Lack
I.ou. .V Nash....
Mem. iv. Char.
Mob Ac Ohio....
Nash. & Chat.
Underwear trotn 50c. a suit up to the
finest silk goods, at Whitlock's, corner
The laris KxpoMition.
The I'aris Exhibition having closed,
the Parisians are now engaged in con
templating the statistics and counting
the gains. It is estimated that o.liUO.OPO
French people came from the provinces,
and that their aggregate expenditure
in the capital was 500,000,000 francs
At least 1,."00.000 foreigners visited
Paris and the Exhibition and spent 750,
000,00(1 Irancs. The Englishmen head
the foreign list with :!S(, not), the llclgi
ans coming next with 220,000, the ticr
mansthird witli 100,000, and the Amer
icans a good fourth with nearly 120,000.
An impressive leson for the 1'nited
States comes from South Africa, where
no rain has failed for a year, and there is
much suffering for want ot water. Prof.
Sccley, the American geologist, who has
just made a tour of the country, says the
same cause that ruined Egypt, M.sopo
tainia and India, once the most Icrtilc
countries in the world, is at work in
South Africa. It isthe destruction of the
timber, and the same cause th;:t turned
those countries into deserts is producing
the same effect in South Africa. It is at
work in the 1'nited States, and we shall
see destructiveell'ccts from it bclore many
Overcoats, ulsters, cape cunts, stylcscl
eganl, prices lower than clscwheic, at
Whitlock's, corner Eagle Block.
An Aired IMijHlcian.
Richmond. Va., November 10 lh.
Robert (Iambic Cabell, a prominent
physician died this evening aged eighty
years. He was the oldest son of Gov.
"William Henry Cabell. Iluring the late
war he was surgeon in the conlederate
army. He was the father of I'r. Arthur
Cabell, now surgeon in the 1'nited States
Ladies' jackets, misses' jackets and long
wraps, all kinds, at Whitlock's, Eagle
A Visit to I.aw'H
China and Silver Store. New goods
being opened every day ; manv are only
small lots, to be closed out at once,
as twenty-live Reticules, lea her ti hnmed.
at fifty cents; twenty-live setslndividual
Butters, at fifteen cents per set. All is
confusion there, but there are lots of bar
gains in both new and old goods; but
call there earlv and often.
N. (4; W.pl'd
N. P. pld
Pacific Mail ....
IK. & V. Point
.lKBsl do pld..
.142 iTcx. I'aeitie
.142:'s!Tenn Coal . I n
. 2M.!l'uiou Pacific
. KlislN. J. Ceiitral...l20'1s
.10C4,Mo. I'aeitie 70
. 87 iWestem I'liiou N4l.,
. 02 Cotton-seed Oil
.14 j certitieates -t:t 1
.101 illrunswick -l2
li. Cotton firm, 4i re-
Nkw Yokk. Nov. 1(1. Cotton Net receipts
214; cross 10,1(10. Futures closed steady.
Sales 44.10II bales.
Sv 10 loalO.lliAlinl lo.27a1D -
lil.olialo.lolMay lil.3fa 10.30
Ian "" . ..lo 07alo.OHiine........IO 42a 10.43
.b ' 11). 14a in .l.ri Jill v 10.47al0.4H
Gai.vkston. Nov. 111. Cotton easy, 1)11
Hi; receipts 4077.
Noiikoi.k, Nov. 1
ceipts 42l.ll. . ,
IIai.timokk, Nov. in. Cotton nominal,
lol si receipts 3.
Huston. Nov 1. Cotton quiet, lll'VllOt;,;
Wii.minhton, N. C, Nov. lei. Cotton
slcatlv, I7: receipts 2olt).
Pllll.AliKl.l-lllA.Nor. Hi Cotton lirm,lota;
Savannah, Nov. in Cotton quiet, !)'; re
Nine inn.KANS. Nov. Id. Cotton steady.
l"'s; receipts 1 4400.
Moitn.K. Nov. nl. Cotton steady, U; re
Mkmimiis. Nov. Hi. Cotton hrm, llll-lu;
Ah.i sta, Nov. Hi Cotton firm
Hi. Cotton firm, l7s;
I'KOVISIONS ASH PKOIirCli.
Cincinnati. Nov. in Flour quiet Wheat
linn No. 2 reil 7. Corn No. 2 mixed 37a
3s. Oats No. 2 mixed 22;,i- l.ard o.Ulla
.".'.to. Hulk meals easier. Whiskey I.02.
Clue Aoo, Nov. 1U. Cash quotations to-duy
were as follows: Flour linn. Wheat No 2
red si 1 ,al :1s. Corn No. 2 331.. Hats No.
2 2ol,. Mess polk U 7.". Lard U 00, Short
ribs r,.10ji",.Uo. Whiskey 1.02.
Nkw Yokk. Nov. Hi Southern Hour firm.
Wheat No 2 red Kiiisn,. Com moder
ately active No. 2 421.,. oats active and
sirnniter Nov. 21,. CorTci Nov. 13 Sil.
Sunar reliiiecl linn and active. Molasses
rorein noitiiuiil; New Orleans fairly active.
I'cltoUunl refund 7 4.",. Cottonseed oililull.
I', irk stiildy. I. aril western steam li.47ta.
Freights easy Cotton 7-32D
i Ol tht IMiilailrlphin College of
24 8, MAIN ST,:
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Fxclushe Audits ilioincstie and Steam) for Western North Caroliuu.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
ASHEVILLE JCE COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from Distilled Water. Office: No. 30
D. C. Waddkll, W. W. P.aunaim), Lawkkntk Pi llia.m,
Order from vour Grocer, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is made in Asheville,
And we pledge our word lor it, that no
WHITER DREAD, DISCUIT, ROLLS,
Can he made from any imported Flour.
1m the most popular straight goods in this market.
Ask your Grocer for the above Brands, manufactured by the
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
markets, and other
39-T H E SHOE, S T 0 R E,-39
KKMoVlili TO NO. 3 I'ATT'lN AVKNl'H.
I'M N K
Suecial Attention Olven to "Style" and "Quality" of Cioodtt.
Herring; & Weaver, - Asheville, N. C.
Untight sold tind exehiiii.ueil. All tran
sactions guaranteed. Reliable iiilurina
tion cheerfully I'urnislicd.
V. M. Ci.ahki:,
Craud Central Motel.
TO TIIK I.AIUl.-i.
rcHH MaUinii unci Millinery.
Miss Nellie I.aliarlic has secured the
services ol'a.n experienced Northern dress
maker, and is prepared to do I'ashionalile
dress milking lor her patrons in connec
tion with her millinery establishment.
- A -
- AGE. -
OLD FOGYISM N0L0NGER TOLERATED!
Life too short! What the people want t
hear about now is
Where THey Can Get
Largest Amount of Values
Least Amount of Money.
Not the number of years a house ha been
in business, nor the n.'rifK.'1'tnbUity of theiran
ceators. Pleasant words sometimes please
the car, but monev the pocket. We prefer
others to do the trumiK-t blowing, but we
are presumptuous enough to believe the qual
ity of our Groceries are as hieh and prices as
low as can be found on this market. Consult
your own interest when in want of anything
in our line and drop in at the corner of Main
und College streets.
A. D. COOPER.
The rt-nsoti RADAM'S
MICKOKB KII.I.KR is
the most wnmlerlul med
icine, is because it has
never failed in nny in
stance, no matter what
the disease, from l.KP
k( lSY to the simplest
disease known to the hu
The scientific men of
to-ilar c 1 a i m and
prove that every dis
ci tse is
Seal Phisli .hickets,
11. Hkdwood Co..
Strictly One l'riee.
CKNTS' Kl RXISlIINI'.S
FINK SOI -T AX11 STIFF
fa scv noons,
I.AIHKS' AN1I Cllll.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY OFFERED !
I will sell at auction, on the premises at Al
exander, N. C, on Friday, the 27th day of
December, 189. the personal property of the
late A. M. Alexander, consisting of
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, WAGONS,
Mowing Machines and other farming Imple
ments, Household and kitchen Furniture,
Including Stoves, Ranges, etc., suitable either
for hotel or private use, and various other
There are twenty-two (?'2) mules, unbrok
en, will be 3 years old next spring. They
have been well cared fur, and a e now in ex
cellent growingcondttion, thcaveragcquality
being ol' high grade.
All pnrcnares for less than Five Dollar,
cash; purchases for greater amount on a
credit of six months, to be secured by note
(with approved sureties) bearing inUrcst at
8 per centum from date.
For other information address me at Ashe
Tiltc, H, C.
T. 8. Morrison,
Adm'r of A. M. Alexander,
d novlT dec23 wt
it x very desirable house of 7 rooms,
f; completely furnished, and central loca-
tion. Addresa L. BM
sot 13 d we fri soa Asbrvflle Postomce.
Caused by MierobeH
iRAOAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
l-xterm:nates the Microbes and drives them
out oi' the svsu-m. ntul when that is dime
vou ennnot h ve an ache or pain. No mat
ter whitt the disease, whether a simple cae
ot Malaria Fiver or a combination of dis
eases, we cure them nil at the same time, as
we treat all discuses constitutionally.
Asthma, L'tntstniijttioti. Cuturth, Until
chitis, h'hcunintism. Kitlncr tint I Liver
Piseusv, C lulls mid Fever. Femnle
Tntuhles, in all its iirmst und, in fact,
every Disease known to the Unnmn
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
See that our Tra-lc-Mark (same as above)
appears on each jug.
Send for book "History of the Microbe
Killer," given away by
J. S. GRANT, Ph. (..,
Sole Agent, Asheville, N. C.
nov!7 dly tu Iri sun
Popular with tourists, families and business
Electric cars pass the door.
We will inn two delivery
WHgoiiH. The necessity for
this has been caused by our
largely increasing trade,
making it impossible to de
liver with one wagon. There
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, and prom
ise to meet all competition.
Our stock, as heretofore, will
be kept op to the highest
standard in quality. All
goods sold by ua guaranteed
to be as represented', both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT : TAILOR,
25 Patton Avenue,
i Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
J. V. BROWN & SON,
n Fricii :
OVER J. E. DICKERSON S HARDWARE STOR-
Hmhalmin? and shipping a specialty.
Calls attended night and day.
TELEPHONE NO. 8.V
OAK STREET INN,
ASHEYIIJLE, N. CM
Beautifully located in u grove of oaks and white pine, with no dust or noise, at the cot
ncr of Oak and Woodnn streets, near the Hemaic college, nun oniy inree squares irom m
vmrt hilllHf A
We hove a numlier ot cleguntlv-iurnisncn rooms to aecommounic ooaruers w no uenrc a
nice, uuict place, awnv from the "hotels. Nice rooms, new furniture, good fare, firri-class
cooking, at reasonable prices. Also, hot and cold baths.
Dr. T. J. HARtiAN, Proprietor,
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modern and latest improved methods for treating chronic diseases of the lun
tt.rnn( nnri nose, bv the inhalation of vaporized and atomized fluids by the pneumatic and
compressed air apparatus; also Compound oxygen in connection with the vaporized Bal
sum ithe balsam obtained from the natural balsam trees ne:ir Asheville.)
We ulso manufacture a Home Treatment oi the Compound Oxygen, which is, equal to
the office treatment, and will be sent on application bv express, on receipt of price, $12.
Our success here for the past three years with this treatment has been phenomenal, hav
ing cured manv cases that were pronounced hopeless, wIiom amines and residences can he
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. Bv permission we iuei to the following well-known
ircntlemen of Asheville: E. J. Aston, cx-Mavur; J. K. Kced, Lmk v . a. Court; Kev.G.C. Kan
kin, pastor First Methodist Church; Rev. W. A. Nelson, paor First Baptist Church; H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson. 11II14,.T
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
TIIK LAltGljST AND ()IJ.)KST HANK
In WeMcru North CroHu.
This liank is authoiizcd by the StatcTrcnsuiorto m-eiw
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for four months
or longer, and eertihYates of deposit issued for same.
J l SAWYKlt.
Hev. .1. L. CAUU0IJ-,
J. (J. MAUTIN,
W. W. HAKNAKD.
I). V. WADDKbb..
(S. W. WILLIAMS..
Of WilminKtuu. N. C
North Public Square,
BLINDS, - DOORS,
RlaM, Cutty, Lime. I'lasUnnK Hair. Shini;li-8. l.utlm. l-'imiiiK I'lmm. .Ml kinils of HutliliKB
A Full Line of Mantels and Moulding!,
Mr-Orilm will recrivt vromiit nttintiiin. IVIililill v
LIWIS MAUUl'X, Pres
L. F. Mcl.nl-M, Vice-Pn-K.
I. E. RANKIN, Ca.thitr.
DlKKCTona: lwis Mnddui, M.J. Boardcn. M.J. Faun, J. K. Kankin.J. E. Ray.J. E. Rei-d
S. H. Reed, Geo. S. i'owcll. t. M. Mcwnu.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
(ASHKVIbLB, N. C FEBRUARY 1st, 1K89.
Organized May 1st, 188H.
CAPITAL, $50,000. - - 5lRrLl!, $10,000
STATE, COUNTY ANU CITY DEFOSITOK Y.
Poes a General Bankinar Business. Deposits received. Exehanye lioiiuht and sold. Col
lections made on all accessible points. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
Onall sums In this department, deposited lor four months r longer, interest at the rati
of per cent, per annum will Ikt paid.
Special attention jriven to loans on real estate, which will ie plnced tor Uhik time n real
Open from H a. v.. ti H p. m. On Saturdays the Savin lk artnirnt wilt tit ,H'i till K p. m.
CAMPBELL'S GINGi R ALK.
A ma.iority of persms have the impression that CAR1H1N ATI.I) IlK.VKKAIil.M
are only palatable In wam weather. While this is true in a niensure as ri'Kincts soma
wathh, tiIM(SlK AI.1C' is an exception, owin to its WAKMiMiipnilities. (ilNfiK
AI-K is essentially a Wintkk Beverage.
Private families can order through their Onetr, or irom the ravtury. '.M7 Haywood
C. H. CAHIPRELL.
Editor Asheville Citizen :
That our many friendu may know how we
are gcttiiiK on we will ntnte that we took in
in Hotel and Store
$9,000 in Vive Months.
Took in last Saturday over $700. $75 of
that wan hotel, halance atore. Hotel retfia
tered 25 that day. Hnd 6.IMI0 arrivals in
5 month". Our stock is mammoth 300 feet
long and 15 fcet wide. Tell the balance of
the world to come and sec "Old Ched" smite,
and buy goods of us and save 10 to 25 per
novlfldtf S. R. CHEDESTER i SON.
Goto MISS LANCE If you want cheat)
Millinerv. Next door to Fostolficc.
oct30 d tf
Position as clerk in dry jeoods or irrocery
store. Two years experience in business in
Western N. C. Best of references. X.,
novl5d3t Citizen Office.
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Rooms on Main street, opposite the post
office. Open daily, except Sundays, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m.. and S.30 until 7.30 o. m
The terms of subscription are: One year
$2; 6 mos., (1.50; 3 moi., (1 ; 1 mo., SOcts.;
Officers for 1889 President, R. R. Rawls ;
Vice-President, Charles W. Woolsey: Sec. and
Treas., D. 8. Watson ; Librarian, Miss B.J.
Citizens and visitors are cordially invited
to inspect the catalogue and inscribe their
anmes as members. febMdtf
Notice to Hunters !
Wc the undersigned, owners of land on Bea
ver Dam. positively forbid any hunting with
either dogor gun on onrpropcrty. Offenders
will certainly be prosecuted to the fall extent
of the law.
I. V. BAIRD.
W. A. BAIRD.
PRANK D. POLK.
H. B. SMITH,
U. A. GUDGBR.
R. V. WOLFE.
N. B. WESTALL.
W.B SCARBOROUGH W. B.CORNELL,
JOHN CHILD. acnrl4 dt wit
Make our own
Puree of t'oie pras French M'istard.il'otteil (iaine,
Russian Cavinr.jCulman's " !llronk Trout in
Anchovies in oil.jPntes of (ianie, Tomato Sauce,
Anchovy Paste. Fruits in uice. jMaco. Herring.
We receive daily from Baltimore, Fresh Cakes,
which we slice and sell by the pound.
KOPP & LICHTENBERGER,
38 PATTON AVENl'E.
We carry the Finest Line of Confectionery.
jrresn AiacKerei.inpicen i.tosier,
lin Tomato Saueel " Shrimp,
jSmoked Salmon, " Oysters,
I Pickled Salmon.
Try them. Boneless Hcrringl
Hajwr Shell Al
j TRI'FF I.KS,
i Okra and
ine, Shrimp, Ox
i Lunch Tongue,
Sap Sajo and
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after this date the following sched
ules will be run over its "Columbia Division."
No. 03 Leaves tommoia v-
Arrives at Charleston 9.30 p.m.
No. 52 Leaves Charleston 7.10 a.m.
Arrives atColumbia 11.55 a. m.
Connecting with trains to and from all
pointson tne Lnanuiw, ... n... ...
gusta and Columbia & Greenville Railroads.
T. M. BMBR60N. Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. F. DBVINB. Gen. Suot.
V. D. ROWE,
AH kinds of Monu
H radii tones, Urns
and Vuscs made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
Yard At Buncombe
Plans and specificationa prepared and esti
mates given at short notice.
Omee: Wolfe Building, Court House Square
Aakcville. N.C. maysodly
Four first-class Houses for rent. Fur
nished conipUtclv. and splendidly loca
ted. Amilv to ' I). S. WATSliN.
oct24 dtf Real Estate AKent.
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
Dealers in Wall Paper, Window fihadeMand Patent HaiiRer,
I'aintH. Oils and Varnishes, Manury's Mixed l'aintt und Cdors Window tilnss, botli
French and Anienrnn
We keip in stoek St. Louis and Kentucky I-end. leliodl.v
W. T. I'KNNIM AK.
W. tt. I'KNMilAK.
-(IIHnRKS AMt tKA1.KKS IN-
ASIIEVILLt, N. C.
OUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS. STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY
SHEPARD, MANN ft JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO..
NO. 23 PATTON AVRWB,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers.
Prompt attention rlven to nil orders, day or nlifht
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,,
ASHEVILLE, N. C. Oct. 1KKU.
The regular annunl meeting of the ttocW
holders of the
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.
Will be held at the office of the Company in
Asheville. N C, on tbe
FOURTH WEDNESDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1889,
Being the SI7th day of the month.
Geo. P. Erwin,
Sec. and Treas.
UANFOAD N. LOCKWOOD.
Brooms, VThlaki, HearUi and
Mill and Paetory ffradea a apeeialty
iiuuni tnu umpin rree.
oct 24 did
IN WALL STREET.
Through the NATIONAL STOCK EX
CHANGE, Bia P St., N. W , Washington.
D. C. Brokers fa Stock, Grain and Oil. Com
missions and Margins Mtiafactory. Bxelu
aivc advice. Order, bv Mail and Telecraoh
promptly executed. . aailH d3at
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORST.
Plans and Specifications Furnlsbed on Application
We na thorough mechanics in each line who have had many years' experience in their
business We can safely guarantee our pa(ron satisfaction In our work, a low figure
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
THE HICKORY INN."
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights. Gas, H.A and Cild Water Bnthn and Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOl'GIIRAN, Proprietor.
THE LEADING '
V WINE.-. AND .. LIQUOR , STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
,. a. karvahdt, ,. KO. 43 S. KAIJI ST., ASHEVILLE, N. t