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Hi "(Mi - :l iff ill. t t ' ! i i I hi hi! 1 'HI J Hi t i ! !! f !!li .I rt t . THE DAILY CITIZEN. J. D. CAMERON, Editor. H. D. CHILD, Business Manager. Thk Iuii.y CtTimN will tit published erery maming incept Monday) at the following ratca atnctljr emmb: One Year. 8.on Six Months , 3 on Thrc Months Una Month no One Week 1" Our carrier will deliver the paper every turning in every part of the elty to our sub scribers, and parties wanting It will please rail at the Citiisn Office. AnvacTiaiNO Ratss Reasonable, and made known on application at thia office. All transient advertisements must be paid la ad vance. . . The Cminx la the most ertenslvcly clrcu laud and widely read newspaper In Wee tern North CaroHna. Ita discussion of public men and measures la In the Intercut of public integrity, honeal government, and prosiicroue Industry, and it knows no personal allegiance In treating pub lic iMuea. The Citin publishes the dlepatchea of the Associated Prraa, which now covere th whole world in Ita scope. It has other facili. rice of advanced journalism for gathering news from all quarters, with everythlngcare fully edited to occupy the smallest space. Specimen copies of any edition will be sent f xe to any one sending their address. Heading notices ten cents per line. Obitu ary, marriage and society notices fifty cents each (not exceeding ten lines) or filtj) ccute per Inch. VEiK8!)AY7jANt'ARY IS. lSlto. MORE THAN KNOt'UH OF IT. When the bloody tragedy of Barnwell win recently enncted there was a feeblt extenuation suKKtril bv the causeless cruel mnrder of white men by negroes, the evident sympathy of the negroes ot the vicinity with the murderers, the evident purpose to conceal them from discovery, and an assumption of a dead ly spirit pervading the whole mass ol suh cititens: therefore, un apparently well founded feeling of insecurity, In fact of imminent lurking danger. Terror.com hined with resentment which might hast ily anticipate t he sl w, perhaps uncertain, process of law when the guilty parties tell into the hands of justice, and precipi tate punishment under the inenorabli code of natural law. Extenuation for the recource to inch law might be plead ed at home; it bud no patient hearing abroad. The country heard with hearty approval the outspoken voice of thi South Carolina press in its manly denun ciation ; it welcomed with applause the prompt action of the chief executive ot that State in bis purpose to bring such Bagrant violators of the laws of th State, ond insulters of its fnme to tbt bar of justice. With such outspoker expressions of public indignation, and such vigorous demonstrations of thi powers of the State, there was an intensi feeling of relief, the lifting of a great weight of opprobrium when it wa made apparent that crimes so hcinour and so ruinous in their wide spread in fluence had no condonation or defenct in the section in which they were com mitted. But scarcely had the agitation aroused by so monstrous a tragedy subsided, and the assumption gladly reached that un der the indignant reprobation of a crime so cruel and needless, no repetition of it wus to I nprehended, when, tht same county which had dyed itself so deeply in defenceless blood repeats its iniquity in more causeless, wanton and inexcusable detinnce of law and public opinion. A negro man charged with burglary in Barnwell county, while on his wav to jutl, was taken from tht- sheriff, tied to a tree and shot to death, presumably bv masked white men. A negro youth who had just completed n term in tbe penitentiary for stealing clothing and returned borne, was tied to a tree and shot to death by a white man named David Keady. In this cast there was no pretense at disguise; tbe deed was done openly, as if the murderer felt sure of the approval of public senti raent. When we see these things done openly deBantly, wantonly, brutally, we might feel that the Souib was stripped of all defence and stood naked before tbt world in all the hideousnes of inherent barbarity, did we not know that the shock to Southern humanity and sense of right and justice was as keen and ter rible as it is to Christian sensibility and the instincts of society everywhere else But the South must not content itsell with expressions of wounded sensibility it must not seek to pacify its conscience by saying "it is not I; itisuotl," and and throw the responsibility umn some especial locality or community. Abroad the whole South is made to partake ot tlie responsibility. Tbe keen eyes of its enemies fasten quickly and with avidity uKn such confirmation of their judg nient, such good causes for the Inlcrvosi- tion they are contriving to force ; it bar ntoniies with their plans to involve tlie whole South in a common guilt. As we Ifave said, the press of South Carolina is doing its duty well, the chief executive of tbe State is full up to the requirements of his weighty responsihill lies. But there is something more than words needed. There must be resolute, vigorous action in the ferreting out, cap ture and punishment of the guilty. Tbe sincerity of indignation must be proved by its proper manifestation. The pur. suit of those implicated in crime so great and so fur reaching in its ruinous influ ences must I as persistent and relentless as that which run to earth and cxtirpa ted the law defying murderous brother- hood of Pennsylvania Molly McGuires for even the northern States nave bad their lawless and murderous gangs. It is not South Carolina that is alone con cerned. The character of tlie whole South is implicated. Let the character of the whole lie vindicated by such rigor ' ous action ns to prove that the South neither justifies nor tolerates the abuses and cruelties visited upon nn interior race. MIUHWAV IMPROVKHKNT. We are in receipt of a very instructive address delivered by Col. Albert A. Pope, of Boston, before the Carriage Builders' National Association at Syracuse, N. Y., on October 17, 1880. There wag a pe culiar force in the delivery of such an ad- . dress Before such body of men, because no other body has such an Interest on tfood highways as carriage builders. To n-h it ia a matter of immediate self-in tertst. ; As) Cot; Pop says, "Oood road swonrsn Vidlna and driving .and tbe . sJs wf omr prijicl,, while bad roads W..rtt! mean less busiucssfor you uud for me; for when tbe roads are bad, the traffic must of necessity be much less." The same rule that applies to the carriage builder applies witn ine same force to the purchuser und user of a carriage or any other vehicle. The better and smoother the road, the longer the vehicle will last, the easier it will run, tbe heavier load it will carry, the quicker the trip it will make. This is self-evident, Everybody sees it, every body admits it ; yet nolwdy ts ready to make a change in our road system lie cause it costs money. That is what no body admits the possession of in that way; yet everybody goes on willingly, if not cheerfully, in spending double or treble what would be his proportionate contribution to the construction of good roads, in racked vehicle, broken harness, fagged horses, small loads and lost time. With a peculiar Northern instinct, Col. Pope would refer the mode of relief and mprovement to the pntemal care of the national government, lie would have the imiKirtnncc of the situation recog nized by the national government, and let congress provide for the establish ment of a national road system. This is another spoke in the hub of ceutrnlitu tion. Let our people put their own shoulders to the wheel and make no baby appeals to Hercules for help. But Col. Pope on the whole talks sen sibly. We quote from his address the following paragraphs. We have fre nuentlv before in our own language, through these columns, expressed the aiue ideas: Fiftv Years ago. there was some ex :use lor I"U1 roaus, tor our country wua ooor. .Now it is ncn. mere is no ex cuse. . . A L'uoil road is always to be desired tnd is a source of comfort und conven icnce to every traveler. Oood roads attract luimilnlli'it, us well ns good schools and churches, (lood roads imnrovc the value of property, so that it is stud a lartn lying nve iune from mnrkct connected by a bad road, is if less value than an equally goou lariu lying ten miles away Irom market, con lerted bv a lroofl road. A larger loud can lie drawn by one horse over u good road than by two over a had one. Hood roads encourage the greater ex hnnce of products and commodities be tween one section una unoincr. Good roads are ot great value to rail roads as feeders. The joint resolution introduced into the house on Monday bv Mr. Cutntnings. of Sew York, providing for ti e erection f a monument to the memory ol Samuel J. Tilden, may provoke the merriment of the republican party, und no doubt will do so, because thev have had all the ben efits accruing from the administration of a president seated by framl. We expect as a matter of course, that that party will resist the resolution hecuuse the in scription on the monument is to einplm size and (lerpetuate the memory of that fraud; yet the republican party could have given no stronger emphasis to its belief on that fraud, than its subsequent deportment towards Mr. Hayes, "They loved the treason, but they despised the traitor, nnd they hnve never on any significant occasion drawn him out from the seclusion of his hennery. There was nothing in the ex-President or his associates which the putty was proud of, nothing to boast of us precedent. Mr. tonkbng, able, proud and honest some others of his party equally proud and honest, never affected to conceal their scorn of a trans action that brought such discredit iiKn American institutions. They saw into the fraud, and tbey would not profit by it. It may happen when tbe admimstra tion of Mr. Harrison has passed away and when his present uses cease to tempt to silence or defense, there will be as little inclination to recall with satisfaction his example as that of Mr. Hayes. The practices that seated htm were intrmsi cally and morally as flagitious ns those which gave power to Mr. Hayes, though the shuw and sham of legality wen- thrown around them ; and we incline to this opinion because the American hi pie, naturally honest, are becoming more determined to sec the full nnd fair declar ation of the expression of their will Their purpose is manifested in the plans presented, in some plncrs.udopted for tlie reform of the ballot. In that reform, the root of the evil is struck at. The resolution of Mr. Cutntnings, if it do no more, will have the good effect of reviving tlie memory and the reprobation of a transaction which brought deep stain on American iolitics, and great peril to American institutions. J. 0. II. Nuttull, alias I'lile, who has created so much sensation in Atlanta will be recalled by those who attended the first meeting of the North Curolinn Press Association in I Soldsboro in May IHH3, as the first home news- paier advertising agent who had undertaken to do business in this State. Advertising agencies were much discussed in tbe meeting, and there was quite n strong disposition to substitute the services of a home agent (or those in some of the Northern cities of whom, at that time, there wus much complaint. NuttuH's headquarters were then at Charlotte. It is slated in tbe Salisbury correspondent of the Charlotte Chronicle that in ln',9 be was one of the editors of the Examiner, u paper then published in Salisbury. We think our friend of the Wilmington Review is wide of the mark when he says he saw some fine brook trout that were caught near the city. Friend James will find no such game as that neartbc coast. He must come up in the mountains for tbe "speckled beauties;" nnd be must go far back among the mountains to find them. The coast beats the mountains in quantity bnt when it comes to quality it must go to the wall. The favomble Impression produced on the first appearance of tlie sgreenlde H(uid fruit remedy Syrup of Pigs a few rears ago has been more than confirmed by tbt pleasant esperience of all who have used It. and the aucvess of the dt Iprtetors and maoufactarers, the Calilor ois Pig Syrup Cotnptuiy. , MARKET) BV TELKORAPH. Money and MecarMlea Cotton - provision and Produce. UONBY AND SKCt'SlTIHS. Nkw Vobk, Inn. 14. Bacbange uuiet und heavy l.s0u4.H7. Money nose, unr, closing unereu at 'J. Sub-Treasury balances -tiold. Slut .tt.Vl,- 00O; currency, $o,tl7l,tli0. Government bonds, dull but steady 4 per cents. SI. J": 4W per cents. SI 01,. State bonds dull Duueatiirrirss. Ala. Class A Kufl lor. NO Pac.Jatmor tto-S. Ala. ClassB.0a..lOU N. V. Central ...l oh 4 Us, 7s, mort 10!V N. & W.nfd N. C. Cons., 6s. la N. C. Cons., 4s Bit S. C. Hrown's...lOI Northern Fac. N. P. pfd PacilicMail Heading Kich. Allc :ioi. TS!-, 371, 3.V, at'i. Will llHl, Tenn. Hs ion Tenn. Bs 111114 Tenn. Met., 3s 71'V, K. (k W. Point, Kock Island,.., Virginians tn Virginia Cona... an rtt. Paul Northwestern ...Hot,, do pid. do lild .. li Tea. Pn.-ltic... aoi liel Lack la.tm Tenn C gt aim hi, Krie SM'i I'nion t'ueinc N. J. Central.. .lSKii, Mo. I'actnc 721, Western Union H3:W. Bust Tenn Lake 8horr 1041, Lou. At Nash NHkt Mem. Oi Char... H Moh Ohio I I Nash. Chat...lllil Cotton-sred Oil Certificates :ioi... illrunswick :l". lliil. COTTON. Nhw Vokk. Inn. I Cotton steady, rialcs to-dnv tfl; bales; middling uplands IO 7 Jo; middling Orleans lilll-IH. Total net re. ceiptsatall ports to-day .'I1.S01. Uxports to Great Urituin Ilium; Continent 81173. Stock U4,AAH bales Nsw VoNK, Jan. I Cotton Net receipts ;i'J:'.'J ; gross ir,3SN. Futures closed barrly tlrndy Bales UB.loo bales. an iw.o.ijuw i..'..n,. Htb lii.3llulo.87 Julv lil.ll7nlo.on March ....10.alll..1i August.... 10.7.-U i". ia April lO.fllnto Sl'ISept lO.SHalll 3o May lo.07alo.nNOct lo.lalo.o Oalvkston, .Ian t. Cotton dull, to; re- ceipts i.Mo. NuavoLK. Jan. Is, otton striidy, IOt; receipts I ts. rlALTinoan. Jan. 1 . .uou n,,u,M. to; receipts o. HUSTON, jail. I,-Uttl iiiwt, r ceipts .1:im W ILMINUTOK. K.C.jHn.l-l L'uttou steady, to; receipts I'..,. FHILAIISLrHIA, Jan. 1. -million a, in. iv-,, receipts 1113. Savannah, Jnn. 1. Cotton Hrm. u lo l'l; receipts 202. NKW IINI.MANS, Jim. i.-vwii "-.. receipts ii!H;m. MOHILS, Jltn. I..-VUUWI ur JUIIH. Mmmi-his, Jnn. I .mion urm, .... ipt..ilO Al'OI STA. .in"- .M w... ....... lo; receipts Ha CHAKLKSTON, jnn. I-.. VUIIUI, .rw.,. .... receipts 7u7. rnuxtsioNS anu fsuni'CK. Cincinnati. Jan. I . Flour barely sti ady. Wheal No. 2 red HO. Corn No. mixed ,r.':i;i. oats No. 3 mlsed 'Jav4t,. riuia meats linn. Whiskey tead l.ntf. Ciiicaoii. Inn. I '.Cash quotations to-day were as follows; Flour du'l. Wheat No. 2 red 77. Corn No. 2 2a:,n2H. Oats No. 2 20t. Mess pork U.BUnll Sfl. Lard .. Short ribs .Hf.a4 7ft. Whiskey I.02. Nkw Vokk. Inn. Wheat weaker ami No. 2 red Hilt,. Corn active und steady No. 2 3HU. Hats easier and Iniily active- Jan. 2!il. Colfce Feb IHuft. Sugar rehned nrtn. aioiuasci ms wrtemu nnr. ii.,.. leum rehned here 7. Ml. Cottonseed oil strong. Pork HCthe and steady. l.nril western steam H.17lr. Freights stenily Cotton 1ft d; Grain oiaft'i,d. THE VERDICT 1 if thr sr. i il U thtH EST ABROOK I mm' mort- Mhrml, nml llttU hi line i-f BOOKS, PICTURES, FANCY 600DS, TOYS AND NOVELTIES Cannot la- Iwnlrn. and that e Hnd that the brat place fur Holiday Goods of nil ikscrip- Uons Is at H. T. KST ABROOK', 22 South Main street. So say wc all THH I'I'.lil'l.i: OF ASIIP.VII.I.K. AT THK LEADING JEWELRY STORE. The rnttrr wk ot Plated Jewelry, Im-lml.ttK Hue llruurhrt. Button nml Mrmi -trtii. nt 1-JJ-0HE-THIR0 OFFI-HJ ttf-KnnlU-' of i-uNt, wr Intrnd In thr ftiturr to hrrp ntithinjt but Kolid fluid noil Htrrltntf Wlvrr Jrwrlry. ARTHUR M. FIELD, 1 ciniuc ICWFI ED South Wain Hi. Aahcvlllc. (). F. 1IAGEMAN, BROKER C t irrrup mdrut l Dorati ft WtiKht CoM I-tl. 10 WmU Mt., Nrw Vorh. HTiK KH, f'.KAIN, I'HOV IHIoNK, I'KTWo l.ltl'M ANUCttTTtlN. Irltitr mtrr In Nrtv Vrk Hnd ChU-HH CimtinuouH iiftMtluiis, Hrtunl Hrllvrry ICiimnt'd. Knuni Jl nl I, No. It l'ttn Avrnur. Jnn I tl TLANTIC COAST LINB thi nnd after thi dnlr the folluwInK M-'hrd' uttt will lc run ovrr ltN"Cnlumtii IHvUlun.'1 No. AH Iatvm CnlutnlH fi.'JO p. in Arrlvm ntChnrlmton 0,3d p, m, No. oil lve. Chnrkatnn 7.10 m, m. Arrive at Columbia 11. Aft a. m. Connecting with train to and from nit point un the Charlotte. Columbia At An ffunta and Columbia GrecnWUe Railroad. ' vanjr. T. M. KMRRHOM, Oeo. Paaa. At, J. P. DBVINB. On. not. HORSES TO HIRE. Three or four tliioil Saildle li tiny, week or nioiitlt. Murst-s In hire FOR 8ALK. . Three good Two-Hurst Wajfons and teams fur sal ua sis months' tlmr. Apply to RKVNOLDf) A irKARB. Jsa7 dSt Write to any of your fricntls In Marlon, N. C, nnd ssk tbrm what Mrs. Jo Fer son's Krawdy rlirl for Mr. A. L. FinWy. v4ft, l89O.lrlDCCCXC.l89O Through taking Htork and r'aly for the new year. We IW1 excmJingly gradoiiH to our friends forpatronizingus mo very liberally during the pant year, and assk you to wt ill t'onie andHee U8, promiH iug you that an we Mtiirt out again to offer you goods lower than ever before. Our past HaUti have ho far exceed ed our expectation! that we are determined now more than ever to hold the lead ing trade of Anheville. We are giving some bar gains in the following goods: Pry (Soods, Shoes and Cloth ing. Clothinu-. a biir line, nnd it will pay you to come in and buv nefojv the weather irets void, us you wt it Ht Sum mer prirt's. Press (Soods, as usual, a good line, and going at n!T prices. Ouick sales and small prof its is better for both buyer and seller, as you all know That is what we liave long since adopted, and find that it works HI. Shoes, a u'ood line of La dies' and Men's, from the oarsest to the finest. We always keep a good line of the celebrated Win. Knee- land Ac Co. h Hand Sewed Shoes for men, which we are offering very low. Come and see us, ami if we do not give you the In'st goods for the least money, then buy somewhere else. Yours resectfully, Hustle BroHs & Wright tXSL'KAXCB. JJMHH INHL'KANCB. FIRE. LIFK. ACCIDENT. PULLIAM & CO. At thr Bank of Ashcvillr, AHHHVII.LK. N. C. Keiirrsent the following eomiauis, vis . t nan. cash assstb in . s. Anglo Nevaila. of California S J.U7 Conttnrntnl, of New Vord 4.K7II H:imlturs;Hremrn.of Cermnny 1.12U London Assurnnee. of ling-land 1,o43 .Has .no uiin VJ SU'J 17D Ninaara. ol New York II. 1137. Orient, of Hartford 1,7. Plirrnls. of Hrooklvn S,OA, 81. Haul Hire and Marine, of Min nesota 1,041. Aouthim. ol New Orleans 4au, Western. o Toront, l,o:W, Mutual Accident Assia-lallon .Ktnn Life Insurance Company. Itmuriltf ,oi ,M4 DO NOT FORGET THAT- AFTER JAN'Y 1 MWEEKLY CITIZEN SI-ONE DOLLAR-SI PKR VRARi Strictly In Advance Semi One Dollar ami renew your subscription at once. If you arc not u subscriber, this copy is sent you as a sample, with the Imc that you will suhscrils1. The HcMt Family NewMpaper ' In the State. CAROLINA HOUSE. " ASIIItVILI.B. N. C. Wi A. Jamcfts Jr., Prop'r. Room RratKii. - " ' 1w farnltsra. ' (lood TaW. V Tf llM !HljVCMMarMCl JauTdUo v Hm.., ', vswaasetisjisr.ssMaviiiSk Wbu 1 DRUGS AND MEDICINBS. THE DAILY NEWSPAPER Demonstrates t ev jry com- munity the prog'ssiv'ness of it commercial houses. Its columns disseminate the liv ing issues of a healthy com- lietition, for the , purpos of attracting the attention of intelligent buyers to a vista of the situation froniastrict- y business standpoint. This medium has aided largely in directing the liberal tide of trade to the handsome Drug Store of T. C. Smith & Co., at Asheville, X. C. The rapid progress and success of this Mouse indicate what can be done in a short time by ex perts in any business where all needed facilities are at hand. Tlie large and well assorted stock, ample cash capital, extensive knowledge of their business, promptness in serving t he public ami rea sonableness of prices, havt brought alii nt a daily in crease in the business of this House from the very outset Their prescription business has outgrown their sanguine exHctations. This fact alone may be taken as an evidence of their hold on the public onndence. TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. PALACt 8TCAMC Low Ratcs Fsar Trips psr Wssk Sstsrsea DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND PMotkarsJ Bmlt Ht W ri; aa Lk Murcta Wjr Forts, tvwT Wk Day SttwMit DETROIT AND CLEVELAND SfWISl S.MST Trips Sarltf Jun,, ff, ht m 1i4 M4. Dsn Ms DaUr Uss Bsiwssa CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH. OUN ILLUSTVIATKD PAMPHLETS stss sad Bssanlna TloJlsls Will b- fit, inabsd by r our Tloksl Aajsut. sr tddrs. E. S. WHITCOMB, 0. P. A. Of is.nl. M,t Dal roll anS Olavaland ttaam Nns. Co. maylS J. V. BROWN & SON, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. orncsi OVER J. E. OICKERSON'I HARDWARE STORE. Ilinhulmlns and shlppiog s asx)alljr. Calls attnidrd nlKhl and day. TBI.BFHoNtt NO. So. ovttfd $2.99 Shoe. Hor avntlsmssl. A us i fact stao at a Moderate rnat. Try a pair c Try a pair of oar spsdaitm la (snti incn'sfbotwtar. at ss.oo, s oo, an.so, sa.ws, SU o aad Sa.oo. Kvary pair warrantsd. Hi. n ruins oar apscialUra far ladiss at S4.O0. sa.uu, sa. so and Sil.oo. amsatlltd for corn i.uh. s.so ana ;i.iiu, t rt. Huralillitv and atvls fort, durability am Insist on havina- Insist on havlna thr orlsiaal M. A. Parkard lk Co.'s Shoes. Tht irraulnt hav our stamp im bottom ot rach shot, Hmt postpaid to a no L na any part 01 uir u. a oa rscsipt or lines, at a. i achaku at tu nrocsion, ssi PACK AMU At CO., Brockton, Mass. For saw in Asncvnwtiy ncvnwoy . H, REDWOOD CO. ausl 1 dcod Mrnoa sa ws irl BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, ILACKSMITHINO. , To thedtlsens of AidKyflkt and -silty I would announce that at fay shops oaCoUrg street, nest to Woodbury's stables, I mm bs tar lire pared than aver to do work as my Una. Wagons, BuMirlesj aad Carriage saaaafaei uren Rrpalrlng aad hore. -shoeing sr. apa rlaltlea, and perfect sathMaetlosi jtuarantasd. My workmen are esperWaeed aasi ski Ural aad .-- s-.-j r if. v MISCELLANEOUS. Look.nK Backward vrr lif ise c'-nf .irura of our nuflii omilrsa tf in Asheville diiui'ilrlo lis (At' fart tliut our i.-(itiiiiii"" I" '" only I'un iriii. JriiirajiltWiij,- nrfehis mil t)iwlH.: twil HHkhltr Miwllimitit on trety thiUK nolfl, roinmcriis Itmlfto I he gooil svilK of iHin'hHers. Second, TbHt ihnltulih- riMlomrffl i'miiiioI KHlneil hy the oll-trieil irarlliv of some ihnlern In cut 1 Inn prlee on 11 few lentlinii r tide, boiling to make Ii uitonnoinethluKtlne. That hnl work nml elone iiirfiii lo hu.nrss (s the prlee of siitwss. Tnat our oiisomss lor issu siiin-s nn In- creMHe owr the irvvfniM ,vfr of 110 )ier cent. whkh i very iirntifyinK. ' for u hleh n e wlith to I mil our iiian.1- frl !n Asheville anil H'rsfrm Xorth Cnrolinn. Looking Forward HV riiniiirMAwf to enter iiuiii the year helore tin with renewed energy nml u deter miiiHtion to xive our eiintoinim the fawfll of our IneremMil ltiellltie. lor buying nnd wiling the vety finest goinls to h' hml. nt snwll firofilN. tlur stork is now the largest ever f ni In this market and emliruees everything in the line of Staple anil Fancy tlroceries. Table llelkacics. I'ruits, tiinin, I'lour. etc. HeslH-ct fully, POWELL SNIDKR. JAMES FRANK, IISALSS IN FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Aaent for Rerma Crk Woolen Mllla. North Main Asheville, N. C reblOdly "MILLER BROS." 4r iKCRICiM. and tht tE ST. LEADING BUSINESS PENH. No. ST fsloea AMD Nds. XV, 117, 1, Acvs. LEADING BTITB PKN8. 3 OallMBSttt And Nos. lis, 102, Obsst Psju LEADING UPOEB PEWH Ke.99 KsrWiAin ASD Nos. 101, I LEADINO BCHOOL WWW. Ho. as Vnlrsnltr AMD Nos. sn, M4, M. Thi Hilhtr Bro: Culltrf Co.. Mtridn, Cum. MSMOPACrOBMSS 0 Btsel Pans, Ink Erasers and Pocket Cntierf. FOM SALS T J. N. Morfan's Hook Store. oct I il.'lin - A - PROGRESSI VE - AGE. - OLD FOGYISM NO LONGER TOLERATED ! I. He too short I Whnt the laMiole want to hear nlHiut now is Where They Can Ciet THK Largest! Amount of Values HOR TUB Leant Amount or Money. Not the numlarr of years a house hits lieen in business, nor the respectability of thciran crators. Pleasant words sometimes please the ear, but monev the pocket. Wr prefer others to do the truniiK t blowing, but we are presumptuous enough to la-lleve theiunl Ity of our Groceries are us high and prices 11s low as ran tsr found on this mnrkct. Consult your own Interest when In want of anything in our line and drop in at the corner of Main and College streets. A. D. COOPER X CARD. Bdllor Asheville Citlirn: . That 1 ur many friends iniiy know bow we are gelling on wr will state thin we took In In Hotel ant. Store $9,000 lii -Ke Weeks. Took In last Saturday over Tim. $7n of that was hotel, ba 1 11 nee store. Hotel rcgi tend Hi that day. Had H.ihmi arrlvnls In 0 months. nurstiH-k Is mammoth :iihi feet long and IS feet wide. Tell the tia'nnce of the world to come and see "Old Ched" smile. and buy goods of us and save IO to Un srr cent. novltl dtf S. K. CllliDKSTKM fx HON. " W. D. ROWE, hkV'Ms IN- ITALIAN Ii AMERICAN . NARBI.K r.niiiUe Mi. nu imuts, etc. All kinds of Monu ments. Tombstones. Headstones, I'rns nnd Vnses made to order in the latest designs. ASHEVILLE, N. C. Yard Al Buneomlie War. bouse. au!lB dnm J. Ns MORGAN & CO., r No. 3 Barnard Building;. .School and Collo,?e T-xt Books, a full line. Poet, Ilin tory, Homance, liiofrraphy, Travel and Nov1m, Fainijy BiblH, H. H. UibloH and Tenf ameiitM, Oxford Ttwhei-H Biblets, Hong Books of all kinds, largebtock Htationery. Blank Books and Office and School Supplies. New line Ladies' and Gents' Pocket books ; just opened. Fancy Qoods and Dolls. ffiy "OTELS. PRIVATOBOABD. NKW HOU88I NBWLi FIIRNIBHBII "ALL MODBRN IMPR0VBMBNT8. MRS. N., B. ATKINSON, No. iill Haywood Stmt. juiili'JdlT JBKIVATK BOARD. A laruc honsv, SJ Patton avenue, wiirm. 'onii'oriiible rooms. On street car line. Terms reasonable. .... ....nu OCtKnSm MKS.J.Ioinni". MRS. S. STEVENSOrN Has removed to the Johnston BnlMln, Pat ton avenue, corner of Churcn street, wnery she Is prepared to keep reifular or transient boarders. Table furnished with the nest the market affords. Terms reasonable, mar.llmll REAL ESTATE. FINEST FARM IN NORTH CAROLINA FORBALU t The Lowndes Place, In Trauaylvanla County. ,.r h Nimi and heat located farms in Western N. C 0 miles Irom the llirlvlng town of Brevard, the county scat of this, Trans, I- vania counlv. The buildinKs are all In Rood repair, consisting or a lare two story dwell, ins- house, with 13 rooms, carriaire house, Ice house, and, in fact, nil necessary outbuildings. Storuge room for 2BO tons of hay and stu- bllllK for tOO hcail ol cattle A very euomnn- tial und convenient mule stable, with accom modation for 10 mules. This farm contains HSO acres, of which 8011 acres are bottom, lying- on the French Broad river, and in a very htKh state oT cultivation. Ill) acres of this is well set In meadow ml top or herds grass, of the remaining fl.lo acres, 100 acres are in upland pasture finely set with a mixture of grasses. Plenty of hnndnome oaks for shade In pasture land. Bright running sireamsoi purewnra,.... j ncliT. The remnl dcr is In woodland, with all the different varieties of timlier-ltHMist. ICStllllt, OUk, poplar, CIV. Von,ei..r... y- ......... .1 ..h..w.-hm unit llOStllrtlCe. Dllll V liiuil. Hlftwn miles Irom llendersonvllle und 2f miles from Asnevnie. anu m m vcr. the line of the conUniplBted Atlunta, Ashe ville nnd Baltimore railroad. ...... kin i,...ii r.mi c,r itsslsecan lie found in this State or hiiv other State, for value, beauty anil ileslmliillty every way. Hor price aad particulars appiy m or u.. TSS Nntt Atkliision & Son, Asheville, S.C. IV 8. Also two other small hut very disir able tracts near by at low figures octio an THE CATHOUC CHURCH PROPERTY FOR 8ALK. -ri-im ..iu, .J 98: a..rd on Vullev atreet. the old Catho ic church ,roierty, is "now offered for salr cither ns 0 whole or in lots to suit purchasers. . , . This proiierlv Is on a laautlful eminence in the eastern section ol the city, commanding a view almost npial to the Battery Park ol all the mountains an. und Asheville. Therels n large church building on It that can easily l converted Into a residence, around wnii-li stunils 11 grove of original nntlve .inks thnt shudes the Inrgcr pnrt of the property. This oroprrty will lie otUreil at private snle either In sections or as a whole till the atilh day of January, Ihimi. nnd il not sum at inn, ,in,e it will ik- soid at public auction, on reason- nble terms. 'Ints of the properly may iht seen a. olhee. . MATT Al Miwm o"r. novHO dll Keal Bstnte Healers. All eves fitted and at gosranteed. A com plete stock of the nbove goods at GRANT'S DRl'ti STORIi, ! SMI TH MAIN BTRBBT. Oculisis' Preacriptions a siiednlty. sepa dOm THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, Rooms on Main street, opposite the post- office. , Ouen dally, eicept Sundays, from 10 a. m. until I p. m.. and !l..1o until It.Hn p. m. The terms of subscription are: tine year fi; a mm., $1.60; mos $1 ; 1 mo., Sorts.; dally v eta. Office foe IMMU President. R. R. P. a v. Is; Vice-President. Charles W. Woolsey; Sec. and Trcas, l). S. Wauon; UUrarlan, Miss B.J. Hatch. ., , ... Citliens nnd visitors are cordially Invited to Inspect the catalogue and Inscribe their anmes aa members. fcbKdtf RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO. I'AssKNiiaa HsrASTMSaT, Westers North Carolina Division. PASSKNDBK TRAIN BCHBDI LK. IIS Bl-PKCT HSKT. 1JPI 7nlh Meridian time used when mil otherwise indicated. KASTHIII'NII. . . Lv. Knosville, llHIth llier.) " Asheville, Ar. Salisbury. " Danville. " Richmond, " "'Raleigh. " (loldsboro, " Wllmlngtou " Lynchburg, " Washington " Baltimure, " Phlla., " New York. WkSTmll'ND. No. 81 Dally. 1 Unpm 941pm 4211am U Mum 880pm 1 Oftpm 810pm uoopm Taurn.m 7 lopm H flOpm 11 vnpm evtmin No. 88 Jiallv. H loam - 1 84pm fl 4pm louoimi 8 18am 7 .'li ism luaopm liaiinm USIIam SUAara lli47ain I aopin No. SO Dally. 1318am 7Uuatn B4Sara 1 1 U4nm 04opm No. f1 Dally. . 4Unpm U87iui V aopin 1 1 oonm A07aiu I.v. New Vork, " I'hila., ' llnlllmore. " ithiiigt'n l.vnchburg, ' Nlchinund, lianvllle, " Wllnilngt'n " tiolilsboro, " Raleigh, Sallshury, Ar. Asheville, " Knosville, (Voth nier.) No. ns I "' Hall. 1 BOIlpml II 311am I H 40pm I NOSamt ' Uimainl I a.Ttipm Boopnil 44llpml llHIaml ISt4nnmlll USnml ' 7ilXam 4Hpm . 8 10pm I BSOptti A. . ft. R. " ' I No. 1 AshevllU, ArTl too p nt Hendcrsoartlle, " 1 607 pm Spartanburg, Lv.l 8 SO p m WOO am I I.v. Itnii aralAr. liiao pm MlTRPHY URANCrl.' No. IN I (Dally except Sunday.) tl lO amlXv. Ashevlllr, Ar IIIOamlAr. Waynesvllle, " SlSnifll o lareett'B. " "No.'lt, SOS P ni I 08 p m 7oo a m lloim 84M pml H4A pmi Wi stneld, Lv Sleeping; Car Services We take pleasure In announcing the Inaugu ration of a dally line of elrgnnt Pullman uul let lirawlnu Boom Cars, bet ween Mot Springs and Asheville and Washington, D. C. Nuv. 0. un the following schedule: s So. lit I " . ." " I No. Btf ivUApm"l.T lint Springs, Arrl BlOpm 16pm" Asheville, "4 8Hpm 7IKnm " Salisbury, " ill 2flam eoilamlArr Wnshliiglon. l.vl 1 oopra Close and sure connections made at Wash ington tor all points In the North and Bast. The Pullman Parlor Car now being operated lictween Salisbury and Bnoavllla un these trains will be discontinued after tba lorn- mcncemenl or ine Sleeping car ran. Nos. no and ni, Pullman Sleepers between Ortensboro and Morrlstown. , W. A. WIHBURN, II. I A., . Asaeviiif, n. w. JAB, L. TAYI.OR.O. P. A., ., Washington, D. C. N J. C. BROWN, MERCHANT l TAILOR, 95 ration Avenue, s (Nest to Orand Central Hotel.) ;--TWs7 ' ' .ffteU 'aWi.a SwifisiflJa awiUsa.A.a..