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Business for Sale J. A. Murdoch.
Excursion Rates R. & D. K. R. Co.
Dry Goods, etc H. Redwood & Co.
For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. in.,
December 19, 1889:
H. S. Sional Sbrvice Station.
Winyah Sanitarium, Asbcvillc, N. C J
LT. 35.36 N. LONG. 82.26 W. ELE. 2SSO FT.
TKM 1'KKAl UKB.
7 a m!2 p ml p m Mnx.l Min.l Duilv Mean
.2 J 65.0 I 53.2 1 67.5 I 43 2 I 56.15
K fe LAT IV E "H I ' M 11 11T Y. "
2pm I Upm Daily .Mean
56 79 I 73.67
(In grains per cubic loot of air.)
7 a m I 2pm 9 p raT Daily Mean
3 15 3 U37L 3.037 J 8.7
"PR ECli'lTATlti NT BA ROMETBK. '
(Cor. for alt. it tcm.)
Direction. IKorce (sculeu to 101 Fair
N 1 2 j to clear.
Ozone Of possible amount, 0 per cent.
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NORTH CAROLINA KOTKS.
Landmark: Mr. Charles Sattcrwaite,
of Caldwell, who was killed Monday o.
last week by a waon running over him.
as told of in our State news column oi,
fourth page, was here the week bet'on
with a load of tobacco. He wnstlic best
tobacco raiser in his county and a stead
fast and consistent friend of the Statcs-
ville market. Mr. I. II. Strndley, ol
Concord township, had his right hand
and arm lacerated in his cotton gin earh
Tuesday morning. He reached under it
to catch some lint when the saws ra right
his hand and drew the hand and arm
into the gin. The fourth linger was cu,
off and the others mutilated, while tlu
arm was cut up from the wrist nearly t(
the elbow. The bones, however, wen
not broken nor the muscles torn. Dr.
M. W. Gibson dressed the wound and ii
is not likely that amputation will havi
to be resorted to.
North State: There was been no el
fort, however, to make a boom and pro
cure fictitious values. The sudden in
crease in price and demand for real es
tate has been brought about by the fact
that people have at last partially realized
the advantages which Greensboro pos
sesses as a business centre. With onh
mercantile enterprises as the Inisincsf
basis, our city lias gradually and greatly
improved; but now with the manufac
turing establishments already in opcr.i
tion, those in course of construction am
contemplated, and in addition the great
railroad lacilities here, Greensboro pre
sents inducements lor capitalists am:
others far beyond those to be found in
uny other place that we can call to mind
in the State, and esiecially in central
Morganton Herald: A little thret
year old child of Mr. How Cloutz. was
bnrned to death last Sunday, making
the third accident of this nature that has
happened in Hnrke county in the last
thirty days. When discovered, the littli
fellow's clothing was all in a blaze, ami
nothing could be done to save it. It died
in about twenty-four hours after the in
juries were sustained.
Durham Sun: On the second ol
December Major Guthrie purchased
the Durham Street Railway, its fran
chises, cars, etc., at public aution for
which he paid $125,000, making a profit
of $21 ,660, on the investment. We con
gratulate the Major on turning such a
snug little sum for Christmas change.
A I'RI EI. M I RB1R,
And Quick and Open Retribu
tion. Evansvillk, Ind., December 1!). At
o'clock last night at Owensboro, Ky
Doc Jones a negro barber, while drunk
entered the shop of John Westerfield
white, and shot him dead. He was
nrrested and placed in jail. Westerfield
was well thought of and hisdeathcreated
a storm of indignation. At 2 o'clock
this a. m., a mob of twenty-fiveappcared
and battered in the doors of the jail.
The sheriff resisted; but after awhile
gave in, and hauled over thekevs. Jones
was found in a drunken stuporinthe cell,
but was quickly hustled out into the
court house yard and hanged to a tree.
a limb ol which has served the same pur
pose before. Che mob then dispersed.
The body hung until 6.30 this morning
when it was cut down. The general
verdict in Owensboro to-day is one ol
A Piece of Advice.
Many put off buying presents till the
last moment, when there is a great rush
and the stocks are picked over. See my
large ad. on second page. Read it care
fully. Mv goods are marked lower and I
have a finer stock than ever before. Come
and see tor yourself. J. H. Law,
57, 59 and 61 S. Main St.
Fire In Indianapolis.
Indianapolis, Ind. December 19. The
Indianapolis wheel works were com
pletely destroyed by tire to-day. Loss
100.000. the wnrerooms were crowd
ed with finished work ready to be ship-
ped. lhe machinery was completely
ruined, and there will be no salvage
whatever. The insurance on the build
ing was $36,000.
Candy Given Away.
To each and every purchaser from now
until Christmas, huving to the amount
of 25 cents or more, I will give a bag of
nice French mixed candv. Now is the
time to get your Christmas candy free.
F. E. MlTCIIKI.L,
Dealer in Boots, Shoes, and Gent's Fur
nishings, 28 Patton avenue.
Washington, December 19. The bond
offerings to-day aggregated $82,900;
all accepted at llw's tor tour and a
half per cents, and 127 for fours. Sixty
thousand dollars were surrendered by
New lot of bats, latest shapes, at Whit-
lock s, corner ivagle block.
HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES.
The Richmond Ac Dan Till Railroad Com
pany will ell round trip ticket! from Ashe
rille to all point on its line in North Caro
lina at rate of
Four Cents Per Mile One Way
For the round trip.
Tickets will be on tale from Dec. 31 to 25,
indasiTe, limited to Jan. 8, 1890, and from
Dee. 29 to 81, inclusive, limited to Jan. 6,
1890. W. A. WINBURN, D. P. A.
JJU8INBS3 FOR SALB.
Owing to continued absence I will selthe
noes. Kooa win inq Dxram oi my store on
the Richmond Hill road near Clayton's mill.
Or, if not sold by Jan. 1, 1890, the stock will
be sold at cost for cash,
decao d3t J. A. MURDOCH.
Pelhnm's Drue Store, No. 24 Tattoo
avenue, opposite Grand Central hotel.
MAHKETH 11 Y TKLEURAPH.
Money and Securities Cotton -Provisions
yONHY AND 8HCVR1TIKS.
New York, Dec. 1U. Bxcbuntcc quiet but
Money easy, 3n7.
Sub-Treasury balances Gold, $100,78",
335; currency, $7,541,079.
Government bonds dull but steady 4- per
ccnt8,$l.U7; Vi per cents. $l.04.
State bonds timet but tirm.
Ala. Class A Ua6 lu5alNO Pac.lstmor HO-i
N. Y. Central ...1077
N. & W.ptd 00
Northern Vac. 32
N. P. ptil.... 7-
Oa. 7s, inort lo:iVa
N. C. Cons.. tis..ll!4
. C. Cons., 4a ati
S. C. Brown's.. .lOGVa
ravine Man an
Tenn. 6s HO IKeadinK aHS
Teun. 6s 102V tRich. & AUe UlUa
Tenn. Set., as...
74VsK. t w. t'imit.,
GO I Rock Island U74
North western ...110?hI
do pld ...14nt,2;
Del & Lack 137
do pfd li:U,
Tex. Pacific 20
Tenn Coal titVn TtUs
Union Pacific Glti;.
N. J. Central...! lien 2
Lake Shore 1076Mo. Pacific 71:,
Lou. Hi Nash 80 Va I Western I'nion 80
Mem. Ait Char... 04 Cotton-seed Oil
Mob& Ohio 12Val Certificates .lou
Nash. & Cbat.,.102 iBrunswiek 32'-
Nkw YrtKK, Dec. 19. Cotton quiet. Sales
to-day loh bak's; uiiddlii-K uplands lUV,; mid
dling Orleans 10l2. Total net receipts at nil
ports to-day 2iU'08. Exports to Ureal Hrit
ain lo2; Coulincut 11,212. Stock 750,052
NKW Yokk, Dec. 10. Cotton Net receipts
1542; uruss 3M8. Futures closed steady.
Sales 57,000 bales.
lic lO.HMlJune lO 84a 10.33
Ian 10.03alO.U4 J ulv 10.3:tal0.40
Feb lo.OMalO.oy " August.. ..lO.44ul0.45
March.... 10.1 4U10.15 Scpt 10.03alO 05
April 10.20alO 21Oct 0 H la y.83
May 10.27alO 2N
Gai.vkston, Dec. 19. Cotton quiet, is; re
Noufolk. Dec. 19. Cotton easy, 9 13-10;
Hai.timoi.k. Dec. 19. Cotton dull, 10l; re
eiptsO. Boston, Dec. 19. Cotton quiet, lO-VilO;
receipts 2 1H.
Wilmington, N. C, Dec. 19. Cotton steady,
9-i4; receipts 059.
Pmi.AnKi.fiiiA, Dec. 19. Cotton firm, lOVy;
Savannah, Dec. 19. Cotton easy, 9as; re
Nkw Oki.kans, Dec. 19. Cotton easy, 9;
Moiui.K. Dec. 19. Cottou dull, 9 9-10; re
Mi: tl' m-, Dec. 19. Cotton quiet, 9 1 1 10;
AriUTSTA. Dec. 19. Cotton steady. 095.,; re
Chaki.kst.is, Dec. 19. Cotton steady, 9"H;
PROVISIONS AND PKOIU CH.
Cincinnati. Dec. 19. Flour weak. Wheat
o. 2 red 70'... Corn No. 2 mixtd 32n.'13.
)ats No. 2 mixed 25. Pork 9.50. Bulk
ueats quiet. Whiskey steady l."2
CincAr.o. Dec. 19. Cash quotations to-day
were as follows: Flour dull. Wheat No 2nd
77V Corn No. 2 33. Outs No. 2 2ot.
Mess pork 8.75a9.25. Lard R.$72- Short
ribs 4.70a4.S5. Whiskey I.02.
Nkw York, Dee. 19 Southern flour quiet
.ind steadv. Wheat mock ratel.vactive No. 2
d S4:ljah5V4. Corn wenk Dec. 42:V Oats
'inner Dec. 291.. Coflee Dec. 15 H5al5.95.
SuKar refined quiet. Molasses New Orleans
-iteadv. Petroleum refined lure 7 50. Cot
m indeed oil steadv. fork firm and qui't.
I. ard western team 0.2 Jat'.22i2. Freights
linn Cotton 7-32D. Oram ;t.,D !id.
Pcipulur with tourists, t'ainilies and tjusincsj
Blectrii- care pass Vie clur.
Do not tnink of lniyiiifi'Silk
MutHiM-s. lliindkoirliicfs ;m
Men's I.ini'i) Iltmdki'nliicfs
until you luivcsccnoui-stock.
A lnigt' lot closril out by Mr.
Redwood, iind divided be
tween the lticlunond bouse
and ourselves. Tin snine
story on sevenil kindred lines.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS. 'HATS, SHOES.
CLOAKS AND CLOTHING,
AVe nre shnifihterinji' our
Cloaks Mini Wraps. Compare
our prices with others.
W. G. GARMIGHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
WK IK) NOT SELL f'HK.-U'
PlJIdS, but WILL SKLL YOl
I)nr(is chkap, and if you
don't believe wliat we say
f?ive us a trial and be con
vinced. Our prescription de
partment is excelled by none.
It is pquipped with the best
goods that money can buy
from E. Merck, Darmstadt,
Germany, Edward U. Squibb,
rurke, Davis & Co., J no.
VV yeth & I5ro., and from other
ists in this country and Eu
rope, whose goods for purity
cannot be questioned. Pre
scriptions filled at all hours,
day or night, and delivered
free of charge to any part of
tne city. Uur stock oi Drugs,
Patent Medicines and Drug
gists' Sundries is complete,
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 S. Main street,
where you will at all times be
served by a competent pre
scriptionist. FOR RENT.
The very dcnrablc room, now occupied by
the Aiherillc Library, orer Law's .tore.
PotaeMlon giren January 1. Apply to
BBARDEN, RANKIN & CO.,
dcclS tjaat Or to J. A. Wton.
o o o o o u o o
o o o o o o o o
Having recently added to
our large stock a full line of
FINEST IMPORTED GROCERIES,
We respectfully ask that you
1 1 .
can ana examine same.
We now offer the largest
and finest stock of
Ever offered in this market.
Buying for cash in large lots,
we can offer you goods at
from 10 to 2.) per cent, less
than regular prices.
Our store has recent ly been
refitted and with our late ad
ditions offers greater induce
ments than any house in the
AVe haven't space to give n
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' Eeet Jelly, Cur
ry Powder, Potted Game,
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, Hanunas,
Prunes, Cranberries, New
Crop Raisins, Figs, Currants,
Citron. Gilt Edge Extracts,
Crosse & Blackwell's, Gordon
& Ditworth's and Philip J.
Ritter Conserve Company's
Jellies, Jams and preserves
in wood and glass, Guava
Jelly, Preserved Ginger, Choc
olate, Broma, Cocoa, etc.
When passing call and look
at our stock.
POWELL & SNIDER
Plana and .petrification, prepared and tl
matea jrlren, at ahort notice.
Office : Wolfe Building, Court Houat Square
Aaherille, N. C. maySOdly
-E JELLICO COAL,
i AT RETAIL.
For Grate. - $5-
For Stoves, - $45
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sate at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL C03IPANY,
Exclusive Annus (Domestic mill Steam) for Western Nortli 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 Brands, manufactured by the
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
3MHE SHOE STORE.-39
Ki;.i(i r.i) to xo. patton ayenit:.
Special Attention Given to "Style" and "Quality" of Goods.
Herring & Weaver, - Asheville, N. C.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHGVIULK, N. CM
BoHtitii'iilly located in a prove of onks and whin- pint, with no dunt or noise, at the cor
ner of Oak and Wood tin streets, near the Female College, and only three squares from tht
court house. , ... ...
We have a number of elegantly-furnished rooms to accommodate boarders who desire a
nice, quiet place, away from the hotels. Nice rooms, new furniture, good fare, first-class
cooking, at reasonable prices. Also, hot and cold baths.
Dr. T. J. HARGAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN ANDKeDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modern and latest Improved methods for trentinK ibronic diseases of thr lun-
throat and nose, bv the inhalation of vaporized and atomized Hinds by the pneumatic and
compressed air app'aratus ; also Compound Oxygen in eonnection with the vaporized lial
sam (the balsam obtained from the natural balsam trees near Asheville.)
We also manufacture a Home Treatment of the Compound (IxyKen, which Is. equal to
the office treatment, and will he sent on application by express, on receipt of price. $1 a.
our success here for the past three years with this treatment has been phenomenal, hav
ing cured many eases that were pronounced hocless, who, n...ues and residences can be
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. By permission we icici to the following well-known
gentlemen of Asheville: H. J. Aston, ex-Mayor ; J. H. keed, Lioh i . . Court; Kev. tV C. Kan
kin, pastor First Methodist Church; Kev. W. A. Nelson, pastor First Baptist Church; H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson.
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
LliWlS MADDUX, Pre.
L. P. McLOl'W, Vlec-Prcs.
DIRRCTOWS; Iwis Maddux, M.J. Benrden, M.J. PnKK. J. B. Rankin. J. E. Ray, J. B. Reed
S. H. Keed. Geo. S. Powell. C. M McLoud.
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
ASHBV1LLB, N. C FEBRUARY 1st, 1K89.
Organized May 1st, 1888.
CAPITAL, $50,000. Sl'HPLlIS, $10,000
STATE, COUNTY ANl CITY DEPOSITORY.
Don a General Banking Business. Deposits received. Exchange bought and sold. Col
lection, made on all accessible points. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
On all turns in this department, deposited for
of 4 per cent. )er annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will be placet for long time on real
Open from a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays
CAMPBELL'S GINGER ALE.
A majority of pcntons have the impression tlmt CARBONATED IllCVKK Ail'.
are only palatable In warm weather. While this is true in a measure as reKards soiia
watkk, MGINGKR AI.K" Is an exception, owinR to its w AkMiNi; iualitics. GINGER
AI.K.M essentially a Wintkr Heveraye.
Private families ean order through their Grocer, or from the Factory. 217 Haywood
Strt,direCt- C. H. CAMPBELL.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
P.O. McINTIKli, Vice-President.
DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CHOICE MEATS.
Telephone Call 4.
Our aim will be to serve our customers with tueate equal in quality to any that cun lie
tained In this or any other market. Please give ua a trial, at Mclntire'a old ataad.
aepi 19 dly
-IN EW! GOODS!-
Just In, and We are
All kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Press Goods, Giniihams, Domestic. Jeans, Flannel,
Blankets, Shoes, Boota, Hats lota of them bought for less than coat of making. Some of them
cost nothing and a half, and will be sold the aame way. We are auents for some of the lar
gest Factories in the South and can sell you Home-made Jcana, all wool filled, for less than
you can get them from any other store in the State. We keep GRAHAM'S HOMB-M Allli
SHOP.S, and will give you any style at as low prices as any other factflry in the State, and
guarantee every pair. A great many of our goods were bought at auction and late in the
acason, so we can aell them lower than you 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, lat door below Penniman'a Hardware Store,
J. O. HOWBLL, Manager.
Broom, Whisks, Hearth and
MID and Pactory grade a apedalty. Quo
tations and .ample, free. fcblftdly
Street Car Schedule.
BeKfnn.nir at S.29 a. m. Ending 10.OO p. m.
Car travel Square for Camp Patton 35 mln
atea after each even hour, and for Ltoodicday
35 minute after each odd hour.
Car leave Sqnare for Melke'i every hoar.
Car lea rea Square for Depot every half hoar.
TUB A8HBVIXLB 8TRBBT KY. CO.
I. G. RANKIN, Cashier.
four months or longer, interest at the rate
the Saving Department w ill heopentill H p. m
PHILIP McINTIRli. Superintendent,
J. S. WEST, Auilitor.
Going to Sell Them.
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
95 Patton Avenue,
(Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
One 1 1 room house on Starnea avenue
with all modern improvements.
For terma apply to
T. C. STARNB8.
dcS dtf Or M. B. Roberta.
H. T. COLLINS. 1'rcsiilcnt.
ASHEVILLE JCE- COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from Distilled Water. Office: No.
D. C. Waddkll, W. W. Baknari), Lawrence Pulliam,
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK
This I5;ink is authorized by tin? StatoTroasunirton'ceivr'
State Thxoh from ShwifTs, and iwipt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for four montha
or longer, and eertifirates of deposit issued for same.
.1 l SAWYKK.
Kev. J. L. rAKKOLL.
"WE ARE THE PEOPLE!"
And everybody in this city who wants to sell property should place it In our hands. We
guarantee to find buyers for
ALL HEAL ESTATE
Thut is desirable, either as an investment, or for purposes of residence.
We represent the
TRAVELERS' LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY,
The strongest and best in the world.
We control the State of North Carolina for the sale of the Celebrated
MORRIS & IRELAND SAFES,
And wnnt aji-'tit in every citv and town in the State. These safes are the best made, and
rmiKt' from $r."i to $').onn. We are agents for the LLOYD'S PLATK T.l.ASS INSl'RANCB
COM I 'A N V, of New York, whic ' insures an"'nst accidental breakage. Kire Insurance
eH'ccUd in twenty old and reliable coin patties. CALL A NO SKI! I'S.
Real Estate and Insurance Brokers,
Rooms 9 & ios McAfee Block, 28 Patton Ave, Asheville, Pi C
W. T. l'RNNIU AN.
PENNIMAN & CO.,
JODBHR8 AND DBALBBa IN
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
DUPONT 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,
SHEPARO, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO 37 PATTON AVENUE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
M' Prompt attention idven to all order., day or night
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL. IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification? Furnished on Application
We have thorough mechanics in each line who have bad many years' experience in thri,
business. We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction in our work, a low ntrurea
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
THE "HICKORY INN."
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights. Gas, Hot and Cold Water Baths nnd Toilets ou each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOIIVHRAN, Proprietor.
THE LEADING '
v WINE . AND .. LIQUOR .. STORE .
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. -A-oi AKDT, M'Kr. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
U. E.EAGAN, Sccretnrv
W. W. HAKNAIW.
I). C. WADDKLL.
(1. W. WILLIAMS,
In Wilininglou, N. C.
W. K. PBKN1MAN.