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THE DAIL,V CITIZEN.
J. D. CAMERON, Editor.
M. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
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lated and widely read newspaper in Weateni
North Carolina.
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la In the Intercut of public Integrity, honest
Covemment, and prosperous Industry, and It
nows no personal allcitianccin trcatiiiK pub
lic issues.
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nry, marrinKc and society notice, titty cent,
each (not exceeding ten line. I or fifty cent.
per inch.
Tt'FSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1S1I0.
A COLORED REBELLION.
We take the following from the corre
spondence of the Courier-Journal of the
15th. It shows that discontent in the
republican ranks of North Cnrolina is not
confined to the white niemlx'rs of the fra
ternitv, but has spread far and wide so as
to embrace all who have not, as J
Turner used to express it, "been hit in the
belly with a pone of bread." The while
malcontents have their well-founded
grievances against the national adminis
tration, the colored brethren complain ot
being ignored by the white leaders in the
State. John Williamson is right when he
says that "without us the negro voters
there would not be voters enough in
the State to hold the window books on
the day of election." The men referred
to in the correspondence, Prof. J. C. Trice
John H. Williamson, James H. Harris
William Henderson, Charles Kichnrdsoi
and John C. Dnnc, are all bright men
all excellent speakers, ardent party work
ers.and have been indefuligable inservic
and unflinching in loyalty since the da
of emancipation. They are men too wist
to be put off with empty promises; tliev
are above the snore of "forty acres and
mule"; they have worked hard for then
party and their race; and recognizing th
fact thut they comprised the bulk of thei
party in the State, they did expect rv
ward in place and office. But thev hav
"been put off with empty promises" unt
they are weaned of it. They spent
plainly. What will comeof it wewill no
prophecy. Me. Ingulls says a democrat ii
negro voter is a monstrosity. I'crhap'
so; perhaps he will not be so rare in t li
future.
The letter referred to says:
There is n revolution oulbotenginecrc
bv the leuding colored men ol Nurt
Carolina against the administration
and a tight against President Harrison
re-nomination will liesiurtcd within a lew
days. War was declared vi-sterdnv win-
a half dozen colored men Irom the Tu
Heel State met in the rotunda of ll;i
cnpitol and compared notes on thi
situation of atlairs. These were delegate
to the national colored conveutioi
which met here Inst week, who remainct.
to look over the held tor the purpose o
coming to some conclusion as to wliu
course thev should pursue in the future
The little group was composed ol I'rol
J. I. Trice, w ho wnscliaiimnnot thecou
vention and is yresidcnt of the Alio
American League; J. H. Williamson, u
Franklin couutv, who has served twelvt
years in the legislature n! the State; J. 11.
Harris, ol Kuleigh, who has served te.
years in the North Carolina senate am
house of representatives; William Hcti
derson, Charles Richardson and John C
fancy.
Thee are the most prominent colore)
men in the state ol .virtu Carolina ant
whatever political action thev have tit
cided upon, heretofore, has never lailet
to lie ratified by their people. Thev tie
cided yesterday to return to their humr
ana issue a cull tor a convention ant
there inaugurate the fight against th,
white republican leaders ol the Mute.
"Our grievances nre ninny," explainer
j. n. iiuanison, aim we are lorcet
into an tien rebellion. No colored mm.
in the state can get an otlice. althouul
without us there would not lie republi
cans enough in the state to hold thi
window books on tlnvs of election. Tin
white men there who pose as rcpulilicui
lenders have entered into a combinnlioi
to ullow the colored men to receive ni
rccognition;evcn Congressman C Ilea than
is ignored. He cannot secure an nxitit
ment a hove a spittoon cleaner, and hi
has been allowed very lew of them. Hi
tried to nave milium Henderson ap
pointed to fl f iiecial census agenev am
be hud been promised the place, but it
wusstopietl iiy the combination whei
thev heard of it.
This combination is composed of Ilr
J. M. Mutt, John B. Eaves, hlihu White,
collector of internal revenue foi tin
Fourth district, mid A. W. Shaffer, post
master at Knlrigh. They have promised
i'rcsulcnt tlnrnson the delegation Irom
the Stute to the next National Conven
tion; but they will tail in delivering thi
goods. The colored voters of North
Carolina compose the republican pnrtt
of the State, and for the liiture we will
control our own affairs. We have mailt
up our minds never tu send another whitt
republican to congress, and only colored
men will go to the national convention
in 180X We will issue the call tor tin
State convention within ten days, and
you can bet it will lie well attended."
A COLONIAL OFFICER AND HIM
TIM EM.
A letter received yestcrdny morning
from Col. A. M. Wnddcll informs us that
hit book under the above title it now
in the bands of Edwards & Broughtun,
Raleigh, and will appear about the first
of March.
The colonial officer, the prominent fig
ure In the book, is den. Hugh Wnddcll;
nd the timet embrace the period of from
175 to 1773 a time remote in itt rela
tion to thit trnnsmontane section, then
unsettled by white men, but not without
interest to it. For white population
was gradually pushing up westward
from the Yadkin river, in face of the op
position of the Cherokeei who held all
the country west of the Blue Ridge, and
made occasional decents In the country
cast of the Ridge, killing, burning and de
stroying all in their way, The first check
tbey had was in the erection of the log
Don'lknowwhtrc wearer
Wby you can't mlai It Ifjrou
caatonr optics down Main
0trcct.
MARTIN'S MARKET.
fortification at Old Fort, followed then
by expeditions across the mountains,
pursuing the Indians at far west as the
Nantahala mountains; and in this move
ment Gen. Wnddcll was a leading spirit.
And to this extent the work of Col. Wad
dell, grandson of the General, will have
much of interest to those who now 611
with compnrativedensity a country that
was once the wilderness given up solely
to the Indians.
The price of the book is $2, to be ob
tained on order from Ed wards & Brough
ton, Raleigh, N. C.
The following is the full title:
A Colonial Officer and His Times,
n. viM.Mim, ""i"
1754-1773. A Biotiniuhicul Sketch of
Gen. Hugh Wutldcll, of North Carolina,
Wlin notices oi me rn-neii unu urn mi
War in the Southern t-olonies; the resist-
nnce to the Stamp Act in North Cnro-
Ii,,,, the Keiruln tor's War. nnd n Histor-
. . . , 'V . - - .. ..
ical Sketch ol the former town ot Bruns-
wick on Cane Fenr River. Bv Alfred
Moore Wnddcll.
HOME OTHER VIEW OK THE
tOl'TH.
. . ,
Poisoned fanaticism nnd intolerant sec-
tionalism delight in drawing their own
nicturcs of the South. Such prefer to
I.,..l,f eh. m..,l ,1 .n.il In-wln,-
-- - "i
through smoked glass, and take e.ccial
pleasure when their pictures are black.
Truth and fnirness and liuht and sun-
row in unrKiicss miner man see me ugni
with open and truthful eyes. Such kind
of observers, verv rare we arc happy to
, . ,
say, vc have had among us.
Of unother kind is Mr. Charles H. Coe,
a gentleman from Connecticut, now living
.. .
in Highlands, Macon county. He has
been in the S.nte nearly two years,
pleused from the hrst, anxious to make
4 home of it, and eventually finding one
where he now is. A republican, he was
not hidebound, and views his surround-
mgs with unprejuinceo eye. A White
. . .... . . .
man, he did not crave for negro equality
His letters in the American Field are in -
iclligent, interesting, observant, with
suguciou consideration of all the He-
uviits which enter into the calculations
.- v. , . I. . . ,
it u .oriacrn proiiccior wnriacr inate- i
rial, political, moral or social.
..... . . .
We make the lollowinir extract to en-
"
courage those who are uliuu to open
ti eir eyes. They may
sec the same
.hings ii they choose:
The hospitality ol the people is on a
Mir with that of most sections of the
south. Northern men ure alwavt wcl
.'omrd, and receive as much help about
eating and encouragement generally as
ht'V woniu unvwliere.
What the country lacks to make it one
I the wealthiest in the union, is a large
mpulution of energetic men, an improved
ystcm ol (arming, etc. 1 hat this want
ill be lultillcd in the near tuture it the
Hisitivc opinion of every observing vis-
tor.
One can express his opinion, politically
r otherwise, as Irecly us at the north
iHile! The general impression, however.
s that a new-comer litis to lie careful
hat lie says. The vooner this idea
xplotled the better. Once in awhile you
.v 1 1 1 converse with a discontented man
.vho complains ol the results ol the war,
: he loss of his "nii:irers." etc.. but thev
arc exceptional cases, the mast of the
eoplc liuvuig long ago accepted the
-,,u,,,i,,, ,,;iwii, v nil ,uu ,1,11 ,in
.var was necessary und in the end lor the
x'tt good ol ull
CHCROKIvE MAKHLR COl'RTl
HOI'IIE
That is to be, if it be at all, will owe its
Hiiuty of architecture and its superbness
if material largely to the faith an energy
f the Murphy Bulletin. Thut puer
vith an admirable grasp of possibilities
us seized upon the idea of making the
hicf public building of Cherokee nt once
A-hnt it is bound to be in the future an
xponcntnf the wealth nnd the taste ol
the county, nnd splendid reminder of what
now lies hid under the suil. It is not
nore an asthetic than a utilitarian idea;
or while it illustrates taste nnd judg
ncnt by fixing in beautiful and imperish.
hie marble that around which county
intle can fotullv nillv. it alati nointa to
he sources from which the material fori
this grand monument have lieen drawn
with the information that there are inci-
taustible supplies for all the country nnd
lor all purKsrs. Wc hoie the sanguine
Xiectntiins of the Bulletin will be renl-
zed. It is an idea with which any name
may Ik proudly associated. It it an
ichievenient of county enterprise and
ilicrulity uMn which nny iieople mav
vlicitnle themselves. But with our oh.
-rrvation of such things welinrthnt it
a id lie many a long tiny lfi::e the people
'ii v iitTiiHtx or nnv tuner count v fieiiurt
witlely from old' customs, and consent
o erect any puiilic liuilding with larther
. , . . T "rrr: . ,
The fatal ending of a sparring match
which Kilrain't amateur company I
wat engaged somewhere in Tesnt will
suggest something more than a suspicion
hat u glove fight it only a little less
longerons thnn a slugging mutch. At
he plnce referred to, one of Kilrain's men
hnllengcd nny one in the crowd, for
mutch ol $23, to stand up to him in a
bout of four rounds. A young man, nlnilt plll'pose to pleilHO the
incKmiiiMin.a pugilist 01 local repute.
accepted the challenge, but he win In-
lenor in sue and weight, and also in skill
to the challenger; nnd after being tome-blum
it.. ....H:r..iiu -t.... 1....
is able to (get in a blow or two
HIIIIIVII IMMIT IMIIIV HU Hhnilll. tiUV I
inch exasiierotetl Hit antagiimtt. he I
received a treinentltiiit lilow on the neck
liieh broke It, killing him In a short I
time. The whole of Kilrain's nnrtY were I
arrested. Ol eourseit wnt an accident.
Hut in it htiilnl sMirt like tins, neither
mercy nor forbearance it known, nnd
ounce glove nny more thnn a mule't heels
are made hormless by lieiim cased in iron
S.KKCra'lJ;
menno or fclonict according to results.
This is the second fatal fight within the
last two months,
Cratirylnar Io All.
The high position attained and the uni
versal acceptance nnd onnrovnl of the
tilcnsnnt liquid fruit remedy Syrup of
ri, i lie most cxceiicni laiatlve
known, Hlustrnte the value ol the qiiull.
ties on which its success it bated and are
absolutely gratifying to the California
fig ajruo Lompnny.
Do you want tender, sweet
andjulcjr Aleak or Roast, call
at MARTIN'S MARKET.
50 S. Main St.
MARKETS I1Y TELKGRAPH.
Money and aecurlttea Cotton -Provlatona
and Produce.
yONST AND SBCttMTIRS.
Nnw York. Feb. 17. Bxchangc dull but
tendy K3l.in4.87Vj.
Money en.y, 3u4.
Suh-Trcaaury Imlance. Gold, $1 03. 01.1,
000: currency, f 7,083,000.
ISovemment bond, dull and heavy 4 per
cent., $l.L".'l4; 41 per cent., t,04Vi.
eiaic nono. entirely negiectea.
Ala. Clan. A 3a8107
Ala. Clan.il 6... 112
is t f i-ac.i.tmor p-'v
N. Y. Central. ..106
N. & W.pl'd 61
Northern Pac. SOU
N. P. pfd 73
Pacific Mail .17.1.
Heading 3W4
Oa. 7.. mort loiyi
N, C. Con.., 6S..124
N, C. Coil.., 4a US
8. C Brown's.. .11114
Tcnn. fl. 1074.
Tcnn. 8. 102U
Tenn. Oct.. 3. 734j
Virginia 6. 48
men. oc Aiie....
K. tk W. Point
Kock leland....
Virginia Con.... 40
Northwcatern ...iohu
St. Paul
6HU
do tfd,
1141a
d P'" ...u
Tex. Pacific.
Tenn Cou! Kil o H
nric aaiill'nlon Pacific.
OSS,,
Kn.t Tenn VN. j. Central.
117
Lake Shore KH'. Mo. Pacilic 70i
. 1 . .r"'" ""'-.I""" lJm"K a,
iem. knur,.. o noiion-scru lmi
Moh& Ohio io I Certiticutca saM
Nash. , chat...!03 iBrun.wick 3o
tuid.
COTTON.
Nkw York. Feb. 17. Cotton firm. Sale.
toinv Hio nule.; mliKlllnK uplnim. un-iu;
miildiini; orienn. 11 u-m Total m-t receipt,
WJS'Sl
to-day 31o bale.; middling uplnud. 11n-16;
" 83ti,aa bale.
. !w VoUK.Peb. 17 -Cotton-Net receipta
oohj irro.. tjMoM. ruturca cioscu ateauy.
&.MIAm.,..M
I March.... it. sonit.aiiMepi 10.72uio.74.
J r,' I V.... J . ., I
June lt.aai t.SBi Dec lii.L:imo.j3
I.,!,- II 'lull lll l.n to 2.tnlll M7
G&lvkston. Feb 17. Cotton steady. 10&.;
' .,Cotton nrm ,,,,
ccints a.
I Baltimonb, Feb. 17. Cotton nominal,
m... r-oeiuts o.
. ,"'"T4,ilfiIboT'L7 Cott00 q,,let rm'
I iLyiNHTox. s.c. Feb.17. Cottonateady
1 iuihhiuii: receipts .
hhilai.klpiiia, Feb 17 Cotton firm, 11 u-
"".rF.b. l7.-Cotton
quiet, toa:
rcctipts ao7B.
17. Cotton steady,
ios.; receiutsAjso.
,. loin --0"oa on'""". lu
Mkui-iiis, Feb. 17. Cotton Arm, 105s;re-
eriiit. ,
ai hi'sta, Feb. 17. Cotton firm, lu,. re
I ceiots 477
I P.I, 17
Cotton firm, lo,;
1 receipt. 6a
PROVISION ANIl PRODt'CR.
Cincinnati, Feb. 17. Flour steady. Wheat
so! a mi.ed' aaatt. Pork 10 as ' Bulk
I nimt. easier. Whiskev stejldv l.OU.
I I. IK rru. , , va.n uuuumunHin a,
I were as follows: Flour slow. Wheat No a
'P""t corn-... .-!'. "ats-.o. j
l ltti. .Mess norkti.Toali.Ta. unrii o.77.9tt
3 ho. snort no. iu.yo, nniakcyi.ua
NKW Vosa. Feb. 17 Southern flour quiet
Wheat duM-No. 'J red 4aMv.. Corn ciul.t
o. 'd iia.in. tuns uiiriy acuvc .-uurcn
87s. Collee March Itl.aAaltl.ao. KuKnr
refined quiet. Molusses New (irleans hrm
Frtrolrum refined here 7 AO. Cottonseed oil
quiet Fork firm. l.nrd wtet--rn strum
0-17Vi. FrviKhts firm Cotton lo.64d;irrain
THK VKRDICT
Of the iwoplr Ir thnt
ESTABROOK
Is once more ahead, and that bla line of
Qnnirc DinriiDcc cuiinY ennne
TOYS AND NOVELTIES
Cannot be beaten, and that we find that the
,. ,....,. nH. r .n h..,.
I ona la at
H. T. EST A BROOK'S,
S3 South Mnin street.
80 say we all
TUB rmiPLK UP ArtHHVILI.K.
AT THK
LEADING
JEWELRY STORE.
The entire .took ol
Plated Jewelry,
Includlna nne Itrouchc. Buttons and Hntce-
let., at
l-Jl-Q N E'T H I R D OFF
Regardless of coat, we Intend in the future I
tu keep nothing but ftolid Cold and
Mterhna Hilver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
LEADING JEWELER,
4.4..4.4. 1
South Main St. AallCVlllC.
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
No. 30 Patton Avenue.
M'AFEE BLOCK, OPPO81TE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
On Februnry 15 we will
open ut the above house our
Furniture and Undertaking
IhisinesH with full mpneity
. . 4 ,.
'""'" ""'
lllfl III! Ill Olir line. We Will
,,. ... .
m I' iifiini tv 11111 111117 'I 1
Fii'st - Cliiss Furniture, which
' I
t . . i I
pl'lCCH, II ltd
lllhlfl tliu Itliuf I
tlint lilt- UISII
. i- it , . . , ,
lrK OI L ntleriilKPr H UOOOH
l.n ,.. I W-.u..,.,, v.,-,!,
10 0 IOUHU In CStei'Il ortl)
Having n wide
nrncticnl PXltPt"iillCf In otn.
1 rU 1 "l) r",1(e ,n em"
bolm.nffnndHh.ppinffbod.e,
Wetlin USilUre HlltisfaCtioi) to
those, who require our Her
vices.
W. A. Blaiii,
J.V. Huown & Son.
I
Janao dtf
Write to anv of vour friend. In M.,. I"
N , .......,....,....,.,
. C and ask them what Mrs. trie Per.
ton't Remedy ditl for Mr. A. L. Fioley. "
A GLEANSWEEP !
The huge stock of
CLOTHING
Occupying the entire upper
floor of our building must
nnd will be cleared out every
piece within 5)0 dnyH.nttind
below cost. Thiri stock con
tains all sizes nnd qualities
of na clean, stylish and desir-
. . i c l'
able gOOUtillS ('11 II lit' 10(111(1 II)
Western North Carolina.
This closing out of Clothing
rt for tllf IIUI'IIOSP OI fflVUlg
I " I H""fs
more attention to the Dry
Goods DepiU'tmeut, which
will be first-class in every re
spect.
Don't delay, but come at
once nnd be suited, at n sav
ing of from $3 to $10 a suit
300 I tail's 1 iniltH going at 7J('
I ' ' r n
i a I
Overcoats from
i
I l Of. t(iSl4- 7:i ivnrtll twil'O
1 U'Jl.l"l HOIUllHlte
that.
We nre also offering some
special drives in Shoes nn
Press (Soods for 30 days to
niiiKe room lor early siirmg
m s
jiurclmses.
Yours resjtectfully,
Bostlc Bros. & Wright
11 X. Main St., Asheville,
IMSVRASCE.
JpiKB INSI KANCK.
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT
PULLIAM &
CO.
At the Dnnk of Asheville,
AftHBVILLB. N. C.
Represent the follow-in enmiianles. vll. t
rtKR. CASH ASSRTS IN IV
Anxlo Nevada, nrcallfornla 'J.-U'7.N:t3
Continental, of New Vorit.
4,H7n,ua:i
HnmliurK-Hremrn.of tleminny
i,iau,ii4
London Assurance, ot Ktiuluuil 1.A4:l.uu.'V
Ninitara. ol New Vork 3.a:t7.lia
tirlrnt, of Hnrtfonl 1 ,tlil7.n'.ia
I'hirnii. of llrooklyn II,0S4,17U
tit. I'.ul Fire and Marine, or Mln-
ncenla l.S41.oni
Southern, of New Orleans .11..IH
Wratern. ot Toronto I.oait.aya
Mutual Accident A..iHriation
yUtna Life Insurance Company,
dtmsrau
ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
ThanklnK cordially the citlieaa of Asheville
for their liberal patronaire eitendtd both to
my Fruit business and to my Tainting, I
take pleature la announclni that I w ill con.
tlnue the nrst antler competent management,
while 1 will devote my personal attention to
lljrn and ornamental painting, my prod-
M ""r"""" -
iinuancv 01 pnironaRt n tnimt rencctiuuy
"krd. JOll.N HALM ON.
MRS. A. P. La II A ROE
159 Patton Avenue.
Hlnt-Clau Board by the day or month.
Term, made known on application.
drcNdly
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT I TAILOR,
..
tf ration A-enue,
(Neit tu Grand Central Hotel.)
.pr2di
. . ,
Til 1 IpA if I ICrl
"w BtrBim Hia
Bnflbrlne from lh Aam at miOif.,1 mm, aH
teeay, waatin. waakawa, lost manhood. atq I wlfl
wnit a yaiuabl traatlMlsMladi eostolnlnt full
oruralar. for bom. evra, FRtI of ebarga. A
spbMidK Be4laal stork l ehouldbe raad by amy
sua ks Is aarrotM ud dabllltawd. Addnns,
rraC V. C. NWUI, oaxiia, Cms,
nnvndXiw ly
J. W.SCIIAKTLE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
4 N. Main St.
fehaodly
JAMIiS FRANK,
Di.Ltn m
fAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent fd Reemt Creek Woolen Mills.
North Malt Aahevllli. N. C.
n-bindly
A .NKW l'Hm, carefully prepared by lead
,.n".m.!.m.,r "JA".''""111' hT
.,., unKmntni mh nrs.T n.t DMptr), to,
erlng all necessary nolnts. lust nut .n.
gl 'i h,'5cS1 JLh VATI,B ''"."'.'I
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
T. C. SMITH & GO.
Carry the largest stock of
Dnif?s. Medicines nnd Drug
gists' Sundries in Western
Carolina. They have the
handsomest Drug Store in
the State. Theirgoodsnreall
bought forcnshsecuringexti'
discounts und prepayment
of freight charges. Their
trade has grow n rapidly from
month to month, since tin
opening in Asheville. Yv
posted buyers come to this
store for the highest grad
of goods, nt the lowest po8'
sible prices. A large business
can be done on small profits
As their trude grows they are
giving their customers re
ductions.
DRi:S8MAKIN(i
AND LADIES' TAILORING
Mrs. Ilolderby
Now open, a Fashionable Preumnkina
tatilishmrnt on Mrldire street, No. Bl.
Solicit, the patronage of all the Ladies.
jnn.'io d.'lm
Dissolution Notice.
The partnership ncrctofotcesistlng between
Messrs. Lyman Child has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent. Mr Child retir
ing from the firm nnd Mr. Lyman continuing:
the business at the same office in the building
known a. "Legal Mloek." Mr. Child
ontlnne in the real estate bnsineaa and can
be found for the present at the office of Moore
Merrick.
A.J. LYMAN,
JOIINCHU.il.
feu dlO dt sun
TO MACKINAC
Summer Tours.
Pa.i.ec ST(Mct. Low Rati
Vour Trine Mr Wok Bmwsm
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
rttatkaj, -Walt nt. MH. uwl Ltw
HuonW4j torts.
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
' Ttp rt.f J.M, Jilt, AsfMI M. tt4.
DoabU Dally Lis. PJei w
CHICAGO AND IT. jJOSEPH, MICH.
0in illustrated "ams-mitt..
Raw. ann Tlea.'a will b t -nubtd
bv jrour Tiobm .mat, or ..idr.
t. t). WMITCOUB, 0. ft, a Dlramr. M,c .
O.troit and Ola.aland Itum sia. Co.
maylK
mmnrwairtp narrswrtHtaM
fl HAItTES golden SFECinC
.al.Mla .... rfnffM., te,srl opal.
rrrr-- r""'"r.wiiipMis .u una a
P.?'""..-: 'WF , u Hlln . a
Fill!:'"., .. .I." alollawta. IT l.aTKS
F.LJAC0B8, DRUGGI8T, ASHEVILLE, N. C
FOR MEN ONLY!
1 POSITIVE rtrLOBTtrrAIITIfO MAOTlOOPi
yl U f Krror r Iimwn is Ola m
Mratfcrtl4H,l )lllRRl4lHl A PaRTtaf Oftf,
and WMshaa, ttak.
IS. snraa at boo wlua
out p. 10. toot f
iian ..ni raca.
n-hindwiT
rn th eat
SCHOOLS.
English and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
F0H YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE OIRLI,
No, 40 French Broad Ayenui.
RRI. BURQWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL
(For many yean Associate Principal of Ut.
Vernon Inatltnte, Maltlmore.l
Asalated by a corps of eompentent trocbrra,
decS dly
Hill
ilia irfiiiM
isaaanMaa woolj.nr. M.D.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Looking Backward
Over the pail tight years of our $ucctlil
butineu HU In Asheville hat demonstrated1 to
us the faet that our determination to tell
only pure goodt, guaranteeing welghta and
quality, and asking a tmall profit on everr-
thlng told, commend. Ittelfto the good tente
of purchasers.
Second, That desirable customers cannot
tie gained by the oft-tried practice of some
deafen. In cutting prlcet on a lew leading ar
ticles, hoping to make Itupontomethlngelse.
That hard work and close application to
butlnett It the price ol tucceat.
That our buslnesss lor 1RS9 thowt an In
crease over the previous year of 20 per cent,
which It very gratifying, and for which we
wish to thank our many friends In Asheville
and Wettern Sorth Carolina.
Looking Forward
H'e are encouraged to enter upon the year
before ut with renewed energy and a deter
mination to give our customers the heuelit of
our increased facilities for buying and telling
the very linett goodt to be hud, at tmall
protita.
Our ttock It now the largest everofferetl
thit market and emhracet everything In the
line ofStnple and Fancy Orocerict, Table
Delicacies, Fruits. Grain, Flour, etc.
Respectfully,
POWELL & SNIDER.
OA-
PROGRESSIVE
- AGE. -
OLD FOGYISM NO LONGER TOLERATED
Life too short! What the people want
hear about now is
Where Tbey Can Get
THE
Ianreftt Amount of Values
FOR THK
Leant Amount of Money,
Not the number of years a house has been
In business, nor the respectability of their an
cestora. Pleasant words sometimes please
the ear, but moncr the pocket We prefer
others to do the trumpet blowing; hut we
are presumptuous enough tu believe the qual
ity of our Groceries are as hluh and prices as
low as ran 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
and College streets.
A. D. COOPER.
A CARD.
Editor Ashcytlle Cltiien:
That our many frienda may know how we
are getting on we will atate that we took In
In Hotel anti Rtore
9,000 In vivc Weeks.
Took In last Saturday oyer $700. f 78 of
that was hotel, balance store. Hotel rrjrli
tered 38 that day. Had 8.000 arrivals
8 months. Our t rk is mammoth 300 feet
long and IS lect w'de. Tell the balance
the world to come and see "Old Ched" smile,
and buy goods of ua and save 10 to 28 per
cent.
noeiadtf R. R. CHHDKSTKR ft SON.
TUB
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS.
Open daily, eicept Sundays, h-om 10 a.
until t p. tu., and 4 until p. m.
The terms of subscription are: One year
2;b mos.. ti.AO; s mo... (1 : 1 mo., floct.
daily 8 eta.
Officers for inan President, Charles W
Woolscy; Vlce-Prr.lnrnt, Thos A.Jones: ec.
and Treasurer, D. . Watson ; Librarian, Miss
B. J. Hatch.
Cltliens and visitors are cordially Invited
to Inspect the catalogue and Inscribe their
name, oa member.. JanSOdlf
W. D. ROWE,
DI.LIS IN
ITALIANtAMERrCAN
MARBLKi
Granite Monamenla,
etc.
All klndanf Mono
menta, Tombstones,
Headalonca. Urn
and Vases made to
order la the laical
ueaijrna.
ASHEVILLE, H. C.
Vaad At Buncombe
v an. huuat .
suao dam
-wm wo sw.
No. 3 Barnard Building.
iS-hool uml College Text
JooJch, afullline. 1'oetH. IIi'h-
tory, noiniince, Uiofrruphy,
Travel nnd Novels, Family
HibleH, S. S. IMbles and Teht-
amentH, Oxford TeaoherH'
JiblH, Hontr liooks of all
kindH, large Btock Stationery.
Itlank liooku nnd Office niwi
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and Oent' Potrket-
books lust onened. Fanev
UoodH and Dolls.
fcblOdly
Street Car Schedule.
Beninnlnn at " 8S m. m. Bndlnc 10.00 p. m.
Car leave, flauar. fne tienni .. - j
half hour.
Carleayea Itnuara mr Melk.'s. ibM.i.Lui..
and Camp HattonT minutes after tack hour
and half hour
var leares nieiae a, nounieday and Cam
Patton T minutes before each hour
d
hnlf
Buun
Jcbedule ears connect at Rquare,
Train ear me ts every train. One valise al-
THB AailktVlLLB ITRBBT IV. CO.
"OTBLS.
PRIVATE BOARD.
NEW HOU8BI NBWLY FURNI8HBD
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 311 Haywood Street,
jun23 dly
pKlVATB BOARD.
A large houee. ftltt Patton avenue. Warm,
comfortable rooms. On street car liae.
Terms reasonable.
octH dllm MRS. J. L. RMATHBRS.
HEAL ESTATE.
JOHN CHILD,
( Formerly of Lyman Ac Child ),
REAL ESTATE
-AND-
LOAN BROKER
Str ictly a Brokerage Bulnes
Loans securely placed at 8 per cent.
GRANT'S DRUG STORK,
34 SOUTH MAIN 8TKBBT.
Neariilffbted new,
Croas eyes, cataract, color blindness, old
tight, objects flnatins; before the eyea, stag.
fferinK blinding, wenk alKht, decaylno; sight,
short siKhiednc-SN, oversiKhtedness, double
ri.ion, night biindne... sun blindness, nerv
ou. and pnralytetl sight, are speedily relieved
and sometimes restored by wearing Hawket'
Crystalisrd Lenses.
Has Arrived.
The eipert optician, Mr. Cunningham, Is In
the city, representing Iluwkea' new Cryatnl.
ised Lcnaea. Theae glasses have won the ad
miration of all who have used them. Their
sale, are unprecedented everywhere. They
can be worn any length of time at one Bitting
and give a marvelous clearness of vision.
Hundrtde have had their eight Improved by
their use. They stand unrivalled In their
splendid reputation. No charge for fitting.
sep3 d6ra
THB LARGEST AND P.!! ST KQl'IPPBD IK
TUB SOUTH.
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
H. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONil'LTIKO CHSUl.T AND HININO RN0INSKSS.
Analyse, of Metals, ores, Conl or Coke. Min
eral Waters, Fertilisers, etc.
PKICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property investigated, developed,
uouuht and sold.
CorresMndi-nce solicited.
Samiilca enn be wnt bv mall or esoress. If
sent by espre... charges must be prepaid
wanicn in every piac.
CbattanooKa, Tcnn.
DR. H C. WOLTCRKCK.
novBdAwly Manager.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
PaSSKNIlK Pkpartbi rnt.
Westers North Carolina Uivl.lon.
PASMBNOBR TRAIN 8CHBUULH.
I IN B.pacv Sarr. 9nl
78th Meridian time uaed when not otherwise
indicated.
STSOI'ND.
No. 81
No. 83
lially.
Lv. Knonvllle,
twitn mer.i
A.hrville.
28Upm
13 4J iaro
8S:iam
H.'Uam
annam
S7pm
6 8tim
10 311pm
Ar. R.llnliury,
'.avi'ir,
Nit-bmond
3 3t)pm I
8 18am
" Kalrigh.
" nold.boro,
" Wilmington
" Lynchburg,
" Wn.hington
" Hnlttraore,
" Phila.,
'J New Vork.
wsTHornurj
1 tl.lpm
Slnpm
6lHipm
T.lnam
IKBupm
IS'Jlipm I
7 lopm I
NAilpml
1 1 Viipm
0 3nam I
133Aum
n.t.'inm
N38am
I07am
I 3lpm
No. AO Tf KoVft3"
'ally. I
Lv. Nrw Vork,
I318nm 43ilpm
I'hiia.,
llMltimore,
Washing! 'n
Lynchburg,
7 2lnm 087pm
V4r,nm U.'lilnml
1 1 3nm 1 1 ottpm
8opmi 8tl7nm
" Wichmond. I Siiiipm I 3.10nm I
uanvlllc.l j)4ipm nu.lnml
wumingt'ai Othiam
(tol,lt,oro.
3 311pm
411pm
7 33am
BIHIpm
1 IMlam
Rnltlgh.
' Hnli.burv.
II 38nml
4 37pra
Ar, A.hevllle.
Knosvllle,
.JiHlthmer.)
No! 88 I
1318pm
H38pm
X. . M. R."
to. 84
Dally.
Too pre
tlally, I
van amlLv.
A.heville. Arr.
Hendersonvllle, "
Spartanburg. Lv.
103U amlAr.
807 p m
84Q p m
10" pml 1
MI'RPIIV IIRANt-li.
No.ltt t Dally eicept Sunday') NoTir
Q , ii T, i.l.'i: -;rr:..
BIO amlLv.
A 1,1-
II 10 ami Ar.
W'ayncsvlll.
Jarrrtt's,
WeslHeld.
388 p s
1 88 p nt
7ooam
SlOam
nm pm "
848 pm "
Lv
Sleeping; Car Bcrricc.
We take plea.ure In nnnounclngthelnaugu-
Ition of a dailv line of elrvnttl .,. !, u..e.
let llran-inir Huiiiii fir. Ih-i wm Hhi iiiwiHu.
and A.hcvlll. and Wnshinatoa, 1). C, Nov.
on tne lolluwing acbcdulvl
"CNo."8a"
lot Springs, Arr
6 10pm
43Apm
II SAam
1 1 00pm
A.nrviiie,
Snll.bury, "
Washington, Lv
Close anil autw MnHM-iln.. .
Ington lor all iwlnia In the North and Bs.t.
The Pullman Parlor Car nnw Ix lng operated
between Sall.bury and Knosvlll. on thest
train, will lie discontinued niter tne com
mencement or the Sleeping Car run.
No.. All anil At. Iill..n.. uiWM 1..
Orcrn.uuro and Mnrn.town.
W. A. WINIIIIRNJ. P. P A ,
1A. L. TA Vt.OR.O. P. A.. ' "
Washington, U. C
The Best are
the Cheapest.
II R RING'S
PATENT
CHAMPION SAFES
Farrell & Co.,
Philadelphia.
no. 83 T
1 3 38pm Lt I
1 84pm
7l3nm "
8A:inniArr
uao dkwem
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