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Wanted Box 351.
Ascot Ties Mitchell's.
For Sale Lock Hox 1st.
For Kent 217 Havwoml St.
Wanted Mrs C. J. McCupe.
For the 2 hours ending at 9 p. in.,
December 9, 18SU:
V. S. SKiNAT. SERVICK STATION.
Winyah Sanitarium, Ashcville, N. C.
LAT. 35.30 N. LO.NO. Nii.LMi W. KLK. 2350 FT.
Sf P Kii : .T( ' K l! r
7 a ml2 p miO p nil Mnx. Min. ( Ilaitv Mean
52.0 Oa.M I 57.3 I 03 3 I 50.B I 57.35
7am I 2 pm I 9pm j Dailv Mean
87 I ti 0 I Wl.tlU
( In grains per cubic foot of air.)
7 a in I 2pm I y p m Ilailv Mean
3 KOI .373 I .527 I .23
MCor. lor alt. tctu. I
l'orce I scale o to lu!
Ozone Ol' possible amount, 30 per cent.
KARL VON KI CK. M. 1) ,
A IM.AM'ITIOX l(I I.i:.
An Incident Which Nlinns Mr. Ia
vis Mltrh Senwe of Justice.
Many incidents can he recalled in the
lite of Mr. Davis which show that the
strict adherence to the rit;hland theclosc
observance ol' duty which characterized
tile more prominent events ol' his career
were not absent in the smaller matters
with which he was concerned. Of these,
probably tew better illustrate the dis
position ol the man than that which was
related to an American reporter last
niht by Dr. J. A. Kidlcy, a veteran in the
cause ol the Gu.tederacy, and now a
well known citizen of Nashville. The doc
tor was well acquainted with the lili
which Mr. Davis led on his larye Missis
sippi plantation, he himself having lived
not far away, livery feature of Mr.
Davis' management of farm affairs
was marked by system and order.
His slaves were devoted to him
and their trust was not misplaced,
for as a master he was considerate ol
their interests. He had a fixed rule in re
gard to their correction and punishment.
He never allowed an overseer or maua
jjcr to whip one of them unless the slav
had been adjudged trinity by a jury of It ir
jieers, that is by fellow negroes of tin
plantation. These hail first to pus)
upon the facts and pronounce a vcrtlici
ul'Kiiillr before the punishment thoinjli'
proper was melcd out to the offending
Winston Republican: ( )ur youny 'friend
Dudley Hut tier will revive an old in
dustry in Salem by establishing a eijjai
factory in the Crosland biiildini;. i'oru
or fifty years ui:o, the residence now oc
cupied by Mr. J. K. Johnson was used it
part tor a ciuar manufactory, and tin
old gentleman coucUictini; the same is-
said to have done well. In later Years
Mr. D. A. Sjiatigh, at present a citizen oi
Salem, carried on this business ipiitc ex
tensively. Of course, we wish the new
firm every success. Trains on tin
Wilkesboro extension are running regu
larly to Mausers' I'errv, which, hv the
way, is the nearest uuint to liast Hend.
and that 0ieiis almost a direct com
munication, social and in business, with
t'ue good people ol that village anil
Henderson County's Action
Mendkrsonvii.i.k, X. C, December 11.
Special. The conimissioncrs of Hen
derson ordered an election for fifty thous
and dollars to the French Kroad Valley
Railroad without a dissenting voice.
This is the second county for our road.
Mav vour eople keep tile ball moving.
M. C. Toms.
Col. J. II. Kallilxine Ueecl.
Cincinnati, i., December 'J. Col. J.
H. Kathbone, founder of the order ol
Knights of Pythias, who has been lying
ill for several weeks at Lima, Ohio, died
there this alternoon.
Gnv, Kowle to Attend tlie Funeral.
Rai.i-k.ii, X. C, December II. Gov.
1'owle and stall", and others have lefi
here to attend the Mineral of Ictierson
The Weather To-Iay.
Vasminc;ton, Decemlu-'r !). Indica
tionsfor North Carolina. Fair, slightly
cooler, northerly winds.
A F.uropean Kartliciuake.
Vienna, December U. There was n
sharp shock of carthejuake in Dalmatia,
Bosnia, and Herzegovina today.
We desire to state to our friends and
all the people of Asheville and Huucombe
county, that Pelham's Drug Store has
been removed from the old stand on
South Main, to the commodious and at
tractive store room, No. 2 Patton av
enue, Harkin's block, opposite the Grand
Central hotel, where their patrons and
the public in general are respectfully re
quested to call. Pelham's Drug Store.
When a girl gets married and has n
hard time we all feel sorry lor her, but
we really ought to feel sorry lor her
A Piece of Advice.
Many put off buying presents till the
last moment, when there is h great rush
and the stocks are picked over. See my
large ad. on second page. Read it care
fully. My goods are marked lower and I
have a finer stock than ever before. Come
and see tor vourself. J. II. Law,
.r7, 51) and 61 S. Main St.
The opinions of a line man when on
the top of a pole stringing wires mav lit
taken as a sort of comment-airy on
Pelham's Drug Store. No. 2-t Patton
avenue, opposite Grand Central hotel.
A Rood sized room on first floor, furnished
for li,Kht housekeeping. Address
A steady. thorouRhly competent colored
Housemaid, well recommended. Apply to
MKS. C.J. McCAI'B,
declO d2t 24 Grorc St.
One room house on Academy street
splendid location and elegant view.
For further particulars anplv to
deelO d3t 217 HAYWOOD ST.
A Good Paying: Business
LOCK BOX 181.
And Puff Scarfs, the latest thins- In neck
wear, just receired at MITCHELL'S, No. 28
Patton arcane. They arc " English, yon
know." d3t ta th aat
The President at Chicago.
Chicago, 111., December 9. President
Harrison and party arrived in this city
at 9 o'c'ock, the train being somewhat
behind time. He was met at Eighteenth
street by a committee of citizens, and
brought to the Fort Wayne depot, where
he was met by the First and Second regi
ments of the Illinois National Guard and
detachments of civic and militaty organi
zations and escorted to the house of
'resident Fred VY. Heck, of the Audito
JoIiiih Hopkins Mourns.
Baltimokk, Md., December 9. The
Southern students of Johns Hopkins
University at a meeting in Hopkins hall,
this afternoon passed resolutions on the
death of Jetlerson Davis.
Action Postponed. p
Richmond, Va., December 9. Action
on the joint resolutions in reference to
the death of Jefferson Davis was post
poned by the legislature to-day until
Wednesday after the hour for the funeral
I'elham's Drug Store, No. 24 Patton
avenue, opposite Grand Central hotel.
"What's the outlook in Rhode Island ?"
asked a Pittsburgh man of a friend who
had just returned from that state. "The
outlook ?" lie replied. "Why, that's all
there is in Rhode Island."
The best selection of Xmasand holiday
presents will be ocncd up this week at
Pelham's new Drug Store, 14 Patton
avenue, opposite Grand Central hotel.
'1 he public invited to call and save "ten
Richard Is it tue that Joe's death
was caused by the excessive use ot tn
baccc? Harry No; he never used to
bacco. Cigarettes killed him.
Pelham's drug store is no longer on
South Main street, but is located in that
handsome store room, No. 2 Patton
NAKKKTS BV TKI.F.i;KAl'H.
.Money and Securities Cotton -Provisions
MONKV AMI SKCI'KITIKS.
Sew York, I tec. Exchange quiet and
Mumy easy, .'tu7, closing otkrol at 4.
Suh-Treasury liaktiues ltUl, $ I. 'i .),( 1
Mu: currency. . -H""-
Government humls dull lint steady to linn
4 per cents, $1 .-7' ..; 4U per cents, $l.()4itf.
Mate uimils, dull hut tirin
Ala.UassA 2au lori4)Nii I'ac.lstmor tSUs
Ala. c uissii. ;s my l. central ...nm
a. 7s, iiiort lo3
. C. Cutis., lis.. 1 23
. C Cons., 4s J7
S. C. Hrowii's...lU4
s. to w.pui ";va
X. F. pid Tti'j,
tKich. .V Alii -1
i'eiin. Set.. 3s 74'4 K. .V W. I'nint.. U.'
itKiiiia lis ,"t0 Kuck Islaml i
v irmia Cutis... 37 St. i'aul ('.'
urth western ...1 1 1 t,i itu pit) 113
141 Tcx. 1'acilic l'J
i:iut-.Tenn Coal fitl'n 77
'nl'mon 1 'act tic tVy
X. J. Central. ..IL1
1h7 Mo, I'acitic T7;
i el Lack
i, on. iS: Nash
vKin. A: Char..
asli. A: Chat..
U otem t'niim H47(,
t)l ;Lotloii-seeil IH1
1 3 Certiliiates l2
1U4 (Ltnui'ivvick 31
Xkw VtDiiK, I'ec. It. Cotton linn. Sales to
lay U'f bales; miiiillitiK tqiiatnls 10i; inid--l.uiK
trleans 1 m s. loialiut receipts at ull
,oi'ts to-tlay I-N.U03. 1:. ports to Ureal Urit
tin H,r 1 4." 1'rancc lH,'.t."i-, Continent h,77S.
-Mock, (is,74-4 I raU s
Nku Vouk, lkc. it Cotton Net receipts
tJi'.-ross -17- I-utures closed lirm. Sales
dec Hi.lsaUt.i'.rMay ...
Ian UM4aUi.i.VJ uiie....
i-'eli lo.iuaio.o Julv
March ....t o.Uoal it I(ii August
April lU.3-'aUi.33ei)t ....
('..i.Yi-;sTo, lcc. it. Cotton tirin, U 11-10;
receipts 7 tl t.
Xoui'OLK, live. '.. Cotton steady, U:j; re
Hai.i jMuKK, Dec. it. Cotton nominal, HH;
IiosioN. i'ec. 9 Cotton quiet, luaio;
Wu.jiim.tos. N.C., I'ec. it. Cotton steady,
'J receipts i;iy.
i'liu.AitKLi'tiiA, I'ec. y. Cotton tirin, xay-j,
receipts 1 s4.
Savannah. Dec. 9. Cotton quiet, y 11-10;
Nkw tiKi.KANS. Dec. 9. Cotton steady, 9
1 1-10; receipts 17423.
Moiiu.K, Dee. 9. Cotton firm, 9B; receipts
M KM phis, Dee. 9. Cotton quiet, 'JJ re
Ai m sTA, Dec. 9. Cotton quiet and steady,
'J-'si receipts 1714.
C hahi.kston, lice. 9. Cotton tirni, U-13-10,
IKOVlSIUNS A.NU PKOlirCK.
Cincinnati. Dec. 9. Flour easy. Wheat
Xo. U red hOi2. Corn Nt. ii mixed 3MU,
tats Xo. '2 mixed IM'.-j. liulk mcuts nom
inal. Whiskey steady 1 .!!.
C MlCAtJo. Dec. 9. Cash quotations to-dny
were as follows : l-'lour dull. Wheat Xo. 2
red 7a7M-H. Com Xo. 2 32. Oats No. 2
L'oaJU'1. Mess pork i 37i:.ay."iO. Lardo.lMia
o 'J2'. Short ribs 4.7oa".uo. Whiskey l.ui'.
Nkw Yohk, Dec. 9. Southern Hour, moil
mite dematl. Wheat weaker No. 2 red 4a
4'4. Coin stronger Xo. L 44. Oatslairlv
actice Dec. 2Ha. CotVee Dec. 15 Toaln.Hii.
Sugar retined lirm and quiet. Molasses
New ( irleans steady. lVtroleum retined
7 oit. Cotlonseeii oil quiet. I'ork active.
Lard western steam 6.3(0.321.. Freights
lirm Cotton 7-32D bid; Grain 4I hiil.
Populur with tourists, families and business
Electric cars pass the door.
JUR REST CHEAP.
Eight large rooms over otirstore, especially
suitable tor hoarders. Apply to
nov21 d4w GRAVES & TH RASH
December 9, 10 & 11.
Magician ANn Humorist
With a supporting company of hrst-clasa
Prof. Alf. Deane,
Acknowledged Premier Ventriloquist of
8 MONSTER GIFT NIGHTS. 3
Ifin Elejfant nnd Beautiful Present infl
IUU Given Awny Nightly ! IUU
BOSCO iriveH a finer entertainment, more
and letter Presents than any other Gift En
terprise in existence, oar none: Jrioncsty and
Fairness is his motto!
Prices of admission reduced to the lowest
figures, 25c. JSC. and 30c.
Reserved seats on sale at usual place. Don't
forget the date
Two Thousand Mileage Book, ffood over
Richmond & Danville system, signed "Joe
Kahn." Finder please forward to
care Wellhonse & Sons, Atlanta, Ga.v
With your name and address, and will re
ward same. 8 d2t
A suit of 4 or S rooms or a small cottaue.
thoroughly furnished for housekeeping.
dec8 d3t Citizen Office.
For one or more years, that splendid new
store. No. 16 Hendry Block, next to the post
office. Also one new 6 room cottage, Char
lotte street, near terminus of street car line.
dec dlw j. a. TUnnHNr.
0 0 o o o o o o o
O O O O O tl o o
"t 1 t T Tr
I Jill ' X
Helving recently added to
our hirge stock ii full line of
FINEST IMPORTED GROCERIES,
We i-eisjiectfully ask flint you
call and examine same.
We now offer the largest
and finest stock (if
Ever offered in this market.
Buying for cash in large lots
we can offer you goods at
from 10 to 27 per cent, less
than regular prices.
Our store has recently been
refitted and with our latead
ditions offers greater induce
ments than any house in the
We haven't space to give a
complete inventory of our
immense stock, but have four
floors packed to speak for
We mention only a few:
Fine Teas, finest fresh
roasted Coffee, sold on New
York market, (same as used
at Hoffman House), Maple
Syrup, Imported Sweet. Spic
ed and Sour Pickles, Ancho
vies, Calves' Feet Jelly, Cur
ry Powder, Potted (lame,
Olives, Olive Oil, Capers, Sal
ad Dressing, Paper Shell Al
monds, Grenoble Walnuts,
Pecans and Filberts, Mince
Meat, Plum Pudding, Oat
flakes, Oatmeal, Tapioca.
Sago, Granum, Manioca.
Macaroni, Vermicelli, Mush
rooms, Pate de Foie
Gras, Jullienne, Oranges,
Lemons, Grapes, Bananas,
Prunes, Cranberries, New
Crop Raisins, Figs, Currants,
Citron. Gilt Edge Extracts,
Crosse & Blackwell's, Gordon
& Ditworth's and Philip J.
Hitter Conserve Company's
Jellies, Jama and preserves
in wood and glass, Guava
Jelly, Preserved Ginger, Choc
olate, Bronia, Cocoa, etc.
When passing call and look
at our stock.
POWELL, & SNIDER
Plan and apeciilcatioaa prepared and Mti
matee given, at abort notice.
Onlce: Wolfe Building-, Coirt Honae Square
Aaberillc, K. C. majrSOdlj
1 AT RETAIL. :
For Grate. -
For Stoves, -
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail hy
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive Airents (Dotneatic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
Order from your Grocer, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is made in Asheville,
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
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
39-THE SHOE ST0RE.-39
KHMOVl-I) TO NO.
- ALL GRADES,
Special Attention Given to "Style" and "Quality" of Goods.
Herring & Weaver,
OAK STREET INN,
ASHEVILXE, N. C,
Beautifully located in a irrnve of onkn and white nine, with no dunt or nuixr. nt th- cor
ner ol Oak and Wood tin streets, near the Female College, and only three squares from the
We have a number of elecantlv-fumished rooms to accommodate boarders who drir n
nice, quiet place, away from the hotels. Nice
cooKing, ai reason a oie prices. Also, not ana
Dr. T. J. HARGAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modem and latest Improved methods
mnuu unu nose, ov mc innaiaiion 01 vanonzcu
compressed air apparatus ; also Compound Oxygen in connection with the vaporized Bal
sum (the balsam obtained from the natural balsam trees near Asheville. )
e aiso manufacture a Home ireatnuntoi tlie compound Oxytsen, which is, equal to
the office treatment, and will be sent on application by express, on receipt of price, $12.
Our success here for the oast three vears with this treatment has been nhinnmcnnl. hnv.
ing cured many cases that were pronounced hopeless, w ho:- niiicn and residences can he
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. Hy permission we iciei t,u the following well-known
gentlemen of Asheville: E. J. Aston, ex-Mayor; J. K. Keed, Citik u. a. Court; Ker.O. C. Kan
kin, pastor First Methodist Church ; Rev. W. A. Nelson, pastor First Baptist Church ; H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson. ,
LHWIS MADDUX, Pres
L. P. McLUUH, Vice-Pren.
Disbctoks : -iJewls Maddux, M.J. Beardcn.
a, n. nccu, ico. a. ruwi'ii. v.. ai mi'LOua.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
ASHEVILLE, N.C., FEBRUARY 1st, 18R9.
Orftaniied May let, 1888.
CAPITAL, $50,000. -
STATE. COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORY.
Does a General Bank in c Business. Deposits received. Exchange bought and sold. Col
lections made on all accessible points. The
On all sums in this department, deposited for
of 4 per cent, per annum will he paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estute,
Open from 8 a. ra. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Impertinent will he open till p. m.
A majority of ptmotiK have the impression
are only palatable in w akm wi-nther. While
watek. "filNCKR AI.E" is an exception,
AI.E is essentinlly a Wintkh BeveraKe.
'rivate families am order throuKh their (iroeer. ir from the Fnitory, 217 Haywood
H. T. COLLINS. ITesi.lent.
P. C. McINTIKi;, Viw-I'resident.
DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CHOICE MEATS.
Telephone Call 4.
Our aim will be to serve our customer with meats equal In quality to any that can be
tained in this or any other market. Pleaae gin us a trial, at Mclntire'a old staad.
sept 19 dly
-IN EW! GOODS!-
Just In, and We are Going to Sell Them.
All kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Drens Goods, Ginehams, Domestic, Jeans, Flannel,
Blankets, Shoes, Boots, Hats lots of them houxht for less than cost of making. Some of them
cost nothing and a half, and will be sold the same way. We are agents for some of the lar
gest Factories in the South and can sell you Home-made Jeans, all wool filled, for lest than
you can get them from any other store in the State. We keep GRAHAM'S HOMB MADE
SHOKS, and will give yon any style at as low prices as any other factory in the State, and
guarantee every pair. A great many of our goods were bought at auction and late in the
season, so we can sell them lower than yon will find them at any other store in the State.
Try and see. Prices made in the store.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
17 North Main street. 1st door below Pcnniman's Hardware Store.
J. O. HOWELL, Manager.
HANFOhD n. lockwood.
Brooms, Whisks, Hearth and
Mill and Factory grades a specialty. Quo
tation, and aamplea free.
IN 1TALL STREET.
Through the NATIONAL STOCK BX
CHANGB, 913 P 8t., N. W., Washtngton,
D. C. Brokers in Stock. Grain and Oil. Com
missions and Margins satisfactory. Bids
tin adrice. Orders bj Mail and Telegraph
promptly sicca ted. au38 ddm
Brands, manufactured by the
39 PATTOX AVl-NTl-
- Asheville, N. C.
rooms, new furniture, good fare, firtt -class
for treating chronic diseases of the Inn
ana atomizea muns hv tne nnciimntic nnd
X. J. HARGAN, 91. D.
. E. RANKIN, Cashier.
M.J. Pag, J. E. Rankin, J. E. Ray.J. E. Reed
- SURPLUS, $10,000
Saving Feature will receive special attention.
four months or longer, interest at the rate
which will be placed for long time on real
that CARBONATED BF.VFR AiKt
this is true in a measure n regnnla soiia
owiiiK to its k akmim; qualities. GINGER
C. H. CADIPBKLL.
PHILI1" MclNTIRK. Suiwrintendent.
J. S. WBST, Auditor.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, Oct. 22, 1880.
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
Asherllle, N C, on the
FOURTH WEDNESDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1889,
Bring the 27th day of the month.
Geo. 1. Erwln,
oct 34 dtd Sec. and Treaa.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
ASHEVILLE J1E COMPANY.
Ture Ice made from Distilled Water. Office: No. 30
D. C. Waddkll, W. W. Barnard, Law renck Pulliam,
President. Vice President. Cashier.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK
In Western North Carolina.
This Bank is authorized by the State Treasurer to receive
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for four months
or loniivr. and certificates of deposit issued for same.
- DIKKCTORS I-
J P. SAWYKR,
Kev. J. L. CARROLL. !
J. (i. MARTIN,
North Public Square,
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, - DOORS,
Olaan, Putty, Lime. PlaitterlnK Hair, Shinht. Lath, Fencing Posts. All kinds of Puilditifi
A Full Line of Mantels and Mouldings.
ffr Orders will receive prompt attention. fehiudly
FITZPATRICK BROS, & ROBERTSON,
Dealers In Wall Paper, Window ShadcHaud Patent Hanger.
I'uintK, Oils and Varnishes, M usury's Mixed I'aints and Colors. Window Class, botl:
French and American
We keep in stock St. Louis and Kentucky Lead. lebSdly
W. T. PBNN1UAN.
PENNIMAN & CO.,
JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN
ASHEVILLE, 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 AVEM'E,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
fffr Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK..
Plans and Specification? Furnished on Application
We hare thorough mechanics in each line who have had many years' experience in their
business We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction in our work, a low figures
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE.
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Light. Ga, Hot and Cold Water Bathg and Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOIGHRAN, Proprietor.
TUB LEADING '
v WINE . AND LIQUOR STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
t. a. AoiDT, aifxr. I NO. 43 S. KAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
W. W. I5ARNARI),
I). ('. WADDKLL,
(i. W. WILLIAMS,
Of Wilmington, N. C.
W. R. PHNN1MAN.