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THE DAILY CITIZEN
J. D. CAMERON. Editor.
H. D. CHILD. Business Manager.
Tun DAILY ClTltSN will he pnhliahed ever
xruing i crept .Monday) at the foil win
pinnae cn.n:
One Year gfl.n
nioninf n.l'
Three Mentha l.fl
One Month 8
in n ee 1
Onr carrier will deliver the purer ever
mnmlng In everv pnrt nf the eltv to one mil
erthers. unit partlra wanting- It will plea-
e" hi inr . rriri, imc
. AnvmiTiMNii Kavrs Reaannnhlc. nnd mm
know on application nt thla office. A
transient advertisements muat he paid In n
I'hc Citiisn Is the moat extensively dec
lated anil wlilely rrail nrwapaiier In Westc
Km th Carolina.
. It discussion of pnhllc men anil mearon
K In the Interest of pnhllc rntcirrltv, hont
.rovcrnment, anil prnaiieroua Initustrv, and '
know no personal allegiance In treating pu
He ipnnra.
The Cmtn puhllahra the illapatchra of th
Associated Prraa. which now in vera th
w hole world In it.arone. It haa other faill
tka of adraneed lonmnllam for gnthcrin
news rrom nil quarters, with evcrvthlngcar.
Sally edited to iccupv the smallest apace.
Hpevtmen copies nfnnv edition will he arr
iwm any one sending their address,
Reading notices ten cents prr line. Oliiti
ary. marriave and anelrtv nnticea fifty crni
.sell mot exceeding ten lineal or ftftv cent
per men
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 1800
OI R I'ORKHTS.
Wetake thefnlldwinjj from thrChartc
ton World of the 20th, nn1 reproduce i
with pleasure, been use it snpgt sts n stil
titate for many uses of wood which vi'
become indispensable in the eonrse
time not very fnr distant. For we hnv
no idea thnt the waste or the ennsumi
tion of the forests will ever cense on thi
continrnt except for wnnt of mntcrinl
All the warnings of scientists, nil th
stiRjwtions of forestry congresses, nl
the appeals of the newspniers will pun
unheeded, so lone a money is to be lin
for the timber and lumber procured. T
these who do protest, there remains a
reward only the testimony of a (rood con
science in pointing out nnd warning
against dancers that are certain.
At regards the substitute aluminum.
it is pleasant to know that in Wist en
North Carolina there exists in cxhnnst
lest supply the very richest source of th'
production of thnt meml. This is to h.
fonnd in corundum, fiuintl in many n
onr Western comities in purity am
abundance, and which is nearly a pun
form of alumina, from which the metnl
aluminum or nluminium is extracted
The largest and most common source nt
supply is the ordinary cluv; but in thnt
the percentage if metnl is small, invok
ing the handling of an immense nmoun
of cumbrous raw material. The ndrnnt
age of corundum is nt once seen. Th
process of extraction is not yet prrfrrtl.
mastered, but success is in sight. ant'
then the forests may find a pnrtin
rest:
Yesterday we took occasion to speak
ol nn editorial wliun nail nnnrnred it
the Ashevilte Citizen and which cnllc1
attention to the wasteful manner in
which the limber lands of North Caro
lina were nlready bring destroyed, and
which alluded wnminclv to the condi
tion ot the North and Wist.
It npjirars thnt just about the same
time a writer in the lloston Eveuinv
Transcript touched upon the same sub-
jwt-. .... I
This writer remniks thnt if aluminum
construction, the effect of the revolution
upon nor trees nnd woo. Is would be
startling. Here in America there is n
tremendous ue or woods, and vet p.ac-
punmses: not him; but destruction on the
one hand and cul ivatinn for the purposes
ot snnne ano ornmint nn trie other. In
.P FZLZ Z . ,11"'.'
owned bv some tich man whose ftincv
prompts him to spare it, or else is oi
some wneccssilile mountain side, is nl-
L " 'I ' ,'
awav in Michigan and Wisconsin thepine
forests melt away till scarcely a vestige
of them rrmnitis. The blnck walnuts
ana dhu wmvn covtreu unio nna in-1
dian. are gone, and the trees of the same
and other vnrivtie are ilisnDDcnriiic
from the whole Appalachian range. Irom
rennsyivnn in uinw ira to me ninsoi
Alahama. Cnliformn s supply of wood
I. rfi.n....n.n n.i .i, .1.-;. l
inroads into the forests ol Puiret Sound. I
And all this destruction in orde thnt our I
teeming pj'Pidalion mav hnve wooden
HIIUKR IIIIU IUII.IIUIC UUII W(l)lll, nHIII., -.f ftl
scores of oilier thiiu-. made of wno.l lrom ,hf character of an Alsatia. in
Now let us imagine nil these things
miineni a siinstnnce nine heavier than I
solid wood, nnd veins tieniitm.lns silver,
r;; .t archenpi;,7h,";n,d,s
wood. What further need to cut down
the trees, except ns the ground should be I
needed for cultivation? The forests
would spring up igmn on the waste
Places, and this time micht live on un-
disturbed, to gladden the eve nnd inspire
the henrt d man to perietuity. Long
lire aluminum !
oven 11 tne aluminum noes not ever re.
place wood, it might lie well liefore we
lose oar woods, to hnve our Attention
directed to the eonriiton of the sections
which hnve so sutured through their
nexiijrcncv.
THE FLORIDA IMQVIRY,
Tlie discussion that took place in the
senate on Thnt sdnv on the rrsolntion ol-1
fered by Mr. Chandler calling on the nt-1
torney genentl for information relating
to the assassination of Deputy Marshal
Saunders, will hnve the effect of drawinr
tht attention of the whole country to All
the incidents of the tritnsaction, nnd will
also awaken the Southern people, if it
does not also arouse the North, to the
real purposes of the Inquiry, which seen
to be nothing lest than occasion to enact
such a force bill at will place Florida as
well at other States when occasion is
found practically under the direct control ?
U I -....a- A. TL I I
vi .wnviwn.iK.mTniiivi.1, i ncrc ! no
ouestionnttotl act of assassination;
nonewhnterernstoitssecrrt, treacherous
eowardlycharacteri and .. .nindiridual
met. nn ta b wi'tvlv minialif1 anH nn I ....
-, - r 1 "- i
in which it it the direct interest of thenu-1 nal
tboritirt and people of Florida to punish, at
what it an Individual act. the prose- w.
' .u.wiira
joint act ni incnttinoritirstnatiie people, I
prepared by them and justified by them
nd therefore to be viewed at an act of
hostility to the government to be to tc L.JJ
TmlT punithed l as iiractieally to deprjve
the Staw of Florida ol Its soTereiitnity
"" " """ "u
i VT mmmnnf " iueureminrni may
delegate.
Don't know whetc we are 7
Why, ym ean't nlu It If yon
caatyenr optica down Malu and jnlcyMteak or Roaat.call
Ueet. I at
vrmm masket.
And for this purpose, all inquiry int
oincident circumstances as might pots
ly prove that the personal conduct i
he murdered deputy might not have It
'o his death without connection with hi
ifficiul position, or whether the conduc
f government officials might not be n
ponsible for an angry public sentimen
vlnch might palliate, if not .lustily act
f violence, 0ien or secret, were pcrsp
eiitly opposed by the republican sew
ors. The amendment offered byScnato
Visco, to extend the inquiry into the ni
ion of the department of justice as t
lie efforts made, if any, had been e
ended to the responsibility of Judg
wavne, Marshal Mizell and Clerk Wu
its, was voted down by a strict part
inc. Yet grnveresponsibility rests upoi
ill of them. For ther had nil devised, oi
onuived nt, a system of prosecutioi
rial and conviction, foreordained to ol
i tin a verdict of guilty ngninst any mm
igninst whom the charges ot fraud ot
ntimidation might hepreferred. It isno
n human nature nnvwhere to sn'imi
icekly to conclusions thnt are renchc
fore hand, irrespective of guilt or innn
ence. An onen.pnrtinin .selection nfnjury
ogethcr with the known pnrtiznn semi
ttent of the court foreshadowed thedoon
fall who wire arraigned for theoffettce'
llcgi d. It was in fact the judicial sys
em in all its branches who were theorig
nal law breakers. They defied in ml
nnce all the provisions of the law; thej
rnclaitneil in advance thnt it was ven
entice, not justice, the court was organ
zed to mete out.
Senator Pnsco was right when he asked
lint inquisition should be extended inti
he conduct of the government officials
fhey had led the way in the breaking ol
nws. If not convicted of doing so, at
'east their example must plead extenua
ion in those who might follow it; with
he more force, beennse those who might
illow it did so with the knowledge that
: hey were resisting rank wrong nnd op-
irrssion.
We republish again Marshal MizellV
ettcr of instruction. Its authenticity is
dmitted. Let the people see what sort
f a marshal the President of the United
Mates approves, and what sort ot nn
fliccr the republican senate indorses and
lifen Jj :
Opficr OP J. R. MtZKLL.
Uniteo Statfs Marshal kor
Northern Imstrict op Florida.
Jacksonville. Fin.. July 5, 1SS9.
0. C. Kirk, Esq.. De Land. Fin.:
Mr: ou will at once confer with Mr.
Iiclbvandmake nut a list ol ril'tvorsixtv
itinif of true nnd tried repulilienns from
our county registrnttonlist for jurors in
he United Stntes court, nnd forward
iime to Hon. I1. Walter, clerk tinted
States court, and it is necessary to have
hem nt once, as vou cm see. Please
icknowlcdgc this. I nm, yours truly,
John K. Mizell.
United States Marshal.
Plcnscgct the names of the parties ns
near steamboat and railroad stations as
possible.
The new extradition treaty just con
cluded between Secretary Blaine, and Sir
Julian Pnunccforte, British minister nt
Washington disposes of mnnv vexatious
questions which have long been the oc-
ension of irritation, and almost of en.
niiiy. The extraditable offences are as
many as are consistent with the different
cnn5,ruction of the criminnl laws in the
two countries, nndnre as liberally ampli.
ficd as international comity could ask
Political offences, strictly such, are ex
l"""' "o.h parties. Obtaining money
' Mk PreteniTS is excluded, liecnuse it
might be construed to embrace many
minor offences not contemplated by the
" - 'aty. But emlzzlement bv treasurers,
b"nk "mnn. Sunday school supenn
tendents nnd others, who have matte
themselves conspicuous in thieving an.
-i. t . n i.
n"' an P"'1"1 Canada is shor.i
of its sanctity as a house of refuge; and
though those ulrendy within the gates
cnn remain safe, because the law
:. ....
it not rctroncttve.no more cnn go in
wi'h"t being liuble to be hauled igno.
miniouslv out. And Canada ought to
! giH, t being redeemed ns she will be
fugitive thieves and harlots enti
in ana mane merry with Impunity
counlry uspiring to be mighty people,
&
"nug hurbor" for the host ol defaulters
nd embezzlers, whose numbers eon
,ttly increase under the temptation of
i.-l r .1... i.... . t. '
" " nrHr l
hand. This is one great good the extra.
tlilion treaty has accomplished if it had
done nothing more.
HICKORY FOR CANADA.
The GrccnslK iro Patriot snvs:
Mr. Green, who enme from Cnnnda
some veiirs niro una Itoucht West Green.
nenr tins city. Dot returned to Cnnnda
after a short residence, liss npnin re
turned here nnd is engaged in buying
ory timber in I lie southern pnrt of the
".. The timber is being shiiied to
nnuvuiuiiK iinnicnse qunmilies 01 nHK1
. Vwncri L1 "T"g """"""""red
into spokes and handles.
That's the wy our timber goes: in
this case, it is going too far. If it is to
lie cut, why nut work it up at home?
Whvnot make Greensboro the centre of
manufacture, build up n great spoke and
handle business there, give employment
to name skill and industry, keepmonevst
home and drn w it in from ahrnud ? Why be
the "hewer of wood" for Canada ? Some
u - TJTr.lTT: 2 Z, , " V.
Ul Hill II Ul UUNIK-n. II HI. (1
kM1. . u , A.mtm n i: i.t
rT" ofVr .Zrt.Uon
?. . . ... "
TT -
tT . ,.. . " .
wncrc IE in nrnrurrn witn An v a nnmt.
cost nl transnortation. The business
Greensboro cannot have ceased from
7.1" " "!T , ' " r"l"7l ")
menK Quantities oi nn'itorv timitfr" in
uuinoru county,
aralirylnsT to All.
Z ??Vn .Vi V e".u
pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of
Fi,, the most excellent faiativel
known, illustrate the value ot the quoli-
ties on which Its success is based and are
absolutely gratifying to the California
rig a.trun lompiinv.
I hmA
Do you want a tender, sweet
MARTIN'S MARKET, ?.T? Mr- J Kfmedy and
so .Main at.
HARKKTH BV TELEGRAPH.
fancy and Securities) Cotton -ProvlnloiiH
and Produce.
WOSKV Attn SRCI'RITISI.
,'w Vovk, Peh St. Bxchnnge dull bat
'edv .HSVa.fc7tj.
Money eaiy 2a4
Suli-Treaaurv hnlancea Gold. $10.1, SAS.
oOi currency. 7.7o!,o00
Government honda dull but steadyA per
nta. Sl.'.'i'W: ler eenta. S1.04V9
State honda dull and leaturetrsa.
In ClaaaA 'Jnaio7VtN() I'ac.latmor 01 .
la. ClassH.Aa.il t I.N. V. Central ...torn
n. 7a. mort HUN. K W.pfil (11
C. Cona., (Is. .134. I Northern I'ac. .11
C. Cona., 4a lieVjlS. t. pfd 7.1
C Hrnwn'a...loitilaclltcMAU 7U
cnn. na IOHl4IKeadlnK .1t'
cnn. As KU'VKIrh. Alle 21
cnn. Set., as 7.1IR. ft W. Point.. S!in4
VlridnlaHa 4H iKock laland
Iritinia Cona... 4(1 St. raul
orthwratern ...I07U do nfd 114
do pfd .14o ITrx. Pacific 2ola
wit t.A..k 1.1XU TMin CnillAI'n (17
rle.
anw t nion I'aeine imn
0 .N. I. Central. ,.1S2'4
104iMn. Pacllle 71 la
nat Trnn
.ake Shore
.ou. Ik Nnh.,
Jem. at Char,
lol.A: Ohl
ash. Ik Chat.
tPld.
H4tlWeatem t'nion n
A4 lL-iiltin.aeeri Oil
1 I Certlficntea 2(is
102 lltruniwlck
COTTON.
Nkw VnK, Feb. St. Cotton atrady. Salea
lulav IS7A lulu.! mlililHnff unlanda 1 1 n-1(l:
ilidilMnu lrlen 11 9-lrt Total net rew-lpta
n nil porta to-dny S.1.4A7. l!porta tonreat
irltain IhSlH; Continent 1333 stnes oi.t,.
Idtt hairs
Maw VoK. Fch. 21. Cotton Net recelpta
.'017; cro40U0 futures closed quiet. Snlea
17 ano liaics.
'eh 1 1.1 7at 1.1 IAnaat....1 l.Snat t .37
tUn-li 1 IHmII llllSflt lll.r,n,IO
Vliril 11 S2nt1.33'Oct Ul.37all 30
lv 11.27al1 2MNov 10.2Hain.
un 11 .1Jnll.H3 Dee 10
iuIv ll.Slinll 38Jun lO.SftalO 20
Oalvsto, Fib 21 --Cotton steady, 10&a
hiii rn
Nosroi.K. Feb. St Cotton steady, 10;
nALTiMims. Feb. St. Cotton nominal.
I 1 1- M..vl..ta 9I1C.9
. . ... . . .
MOSTON. ri ll -I Olinn nuiri nnu mm
1 1 ij; reiTlpts B7ll
n.HiNiiTON. v.. reo wi. vhuoh qui"
I0: recelpta 60
HiLAPKi.riiu.reD sx voiion nrro, 11 v-
1(1- n-ivlnta L'Anil.
SAVANNAH, eD VI. LOUOn qUICt. 1V1I
w iki 21 14.
Nbw ohi.kaks, Feb. SI. Cotton quiet, 10V
fceltitf3o0a
Monil.R. reo. !. Olinn nuiri, i.'v-iw.
M KUrilli-. rcn si. I. niion airuur. n-,
Al'ol STA. rfn tooon quiri ang nrm.
I0a. receipts 44.1.
L IIAMLKSTON. reo. i.-!. l-Ollon Bicuny
I0H; recvlpts 407
PROVISIONS ANP rsUlit'CII.
Cincinnati, Feb. 21 Flour easy Wheal
No. 2 red 77. Corn No. 2 mlird 3115-
lata Nu. 2 m ird 2.1n23. r. ra 10.2s
Bulk meats firm Whlakey steady 1 "2
Ciiicaoii. Frh. 21 Caahuuotiitlnna to-dny
were aa folium: l-loiir nutrl. w neat o
anrini; 7clM,a7ni4. Corn AO. 2 27V linta
No. 2 IIO.11II1U Mesa pork ti.7onO.7S.
Lant 3.70u5.72i.. Short rihi4.TO. niakey
02.
Nsw York. Feb. 21 . Southern flour dull.
Wheat dull No. 2 red fc.vi.nh.".l.. Corn aci-
Ive No. 2 3AU. Outs fulrlv active Match
S7k. CotUH .March 11. aoalil.A.l. suvar
renned atendv. Mnlnaaes New (irlranahrm
'ctrolcum renni'Ohere 7 oil. Cottonaivd oil
steady. I'ork firm, t.ard weatrrn tim
I3U. ir..k-ni sieany .oiion io-an.
AT THH
LEADING
JEWELRY STORE.
Tht entire ittock of
Plated Jewelry,
Infturl.njc rtnc Proochf. Pattnnt and Bruor
Veld, At
1-3-0 NE-THIRD OFFI-1-3
cRnntless ol eott, ai we intend in the futurt
to keep nothlnR but Solid Cold and
Sterling Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
I
I CtniNR ICWPI CD
Soutli Main St. Anhcvlllc.
W. A. I.lair. J. V. Brown.
FURNITURE
AND
UNDERTAKING.
No. 3a Patton Avennci
AFEE BLOCK, OPPOSITE BLAIR'S OLD STAND
We are now rendy, nnd in
vite our friendH and the pub-
UC generally tO Call nild OX-
11 . 1 A s . I
nillinC Olir Wt'll Hl'lOt'Tetl HTOCK
of
FURNITURE,
Which we are offering at rock
bottom pricen. Undertaking
a special feature. Calln at
tended day or night.
Telephone, day 75, night C5
BLAIR & BROWN.
JAMKM FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Recms Creek Woolen Mills.
North Mala Asheville. N. C.
fehiodlv
V. 0. WOLFE.
Over 300 sets of tht most beautiful
Monuments and Tombstones
:
Just received, from tht cheapest Tombstone
to handsome Monamenta. 1 have made
great reduction In prices, and It will pay yon
to eome and look at my stock, whether yon
bay mr sot. Wareroom Wulas Bnllding.
Court Square.
w. f eii.. , ,. , .,
Mr. C Tlttmnn. Hlnrk PreeV. M C
l.nrt mnm l. .H i I I I and
received during tffe' . r"yJLui "3
been tore ever since. H. wiirrt br
h".
W"B
Nothing on rarth
sells like our Childa'
Heavy Ribbed 10c.
Hose.
Five Miles of Hand
kerchiefs, are n good
many, yet one of onr
local mathematicians
has figured that the
new lot of Handker
chiefs recently receiv
ed at Rostic Pros. Sr
Wright's store will, if
laid side by side, reach
from here to Next
ville, which is five
miles uway.
There are supposed
to be n hundred men
who are sporting
bran new Suits about
town bought from
Bostic Bros. & Wright
as they are going out
of Clothing, and are
selling at lirst cost to
clear away. We al
ways have on hand a
complete line of Dry
Goods and Shoes.
Yours respectfully,
BoHtic SIroN. & Wrlcht
11 X. Main St., Asheville.
I.XSl'NAXCIi.
J?!KIS INSt-KANCH.
FIRE. LIFE. AtVlDEXT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Dank of Asheville,
ASIIOVILLR. N. C.
Represent the following companies, vii. i
PIRK. CASH ASSRTS IN r. S.
Anulo Nevada, nf California SU.4H7.H.ta
Continentnl. of New Yurcl 4,MTft.(ly:l
llamliurfi-llremen.uf (.ermnn.v l.mtMlo-l
.untlon Assurance, or llniclnnil I.n4.1.liti5
Nlaa-ara. of New York U.:t7.4t2
Orient, of llnrtfnnl I ,nIT,mU
I'hirnla. ol mnoklyn 0.0&4.17U
tit. i-aui i-ire ana Aianne. ot .Min
nesota ttonthern, of New Orleans
1,H41,nni
4.1b,nN4
1 ,0311.1132
ralern, ot Toronto
Mutual Accident Aaaodatton
Aitnm Life laaurancc Contninr.
(ItmarVW
ORNAMENTAL PAINING.
Thnnklna eonllallj the eltliena ot Aahevl le
toT xht,T liberal patronase extended both to
my Fruit business and to my Painting-,
take pleasure In annonnelnn that I will eon
tlnue the (rat under competent management
while I will devote my personal HUentlon tu
sign and ornamental pointing, my prod
etency In which has ample testimony. Aeon.
tlnunnce of patronsne Is moat respectfully
aked. JOHN SALMON.
Jan I d3m
MRS. A. P.LaBARBK
159 Patton Ayenue.
rirat-Class Board by the day or month.
Terms made known eg appllcatlua.
decft dly
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT t TAILOR.
as Patton Avenue,
iNcit to Orand Central Hotel.)
a nr 3.1 It
TO WEAK MEfl
Busurtns from th. afTarta of ranthfnl
mm, wsaUmi waatna. lost aMakaai, Ms I wl
vslusbl. trmi. iMaladi ocnjlaialos fall
yartlrnlanlorboui.oun, FRKIof ehart. A
spundia Bad leal work i ahmildba nwd he .ears
- m mwm ua aM woimaaaa. Maruaa.
rros. V. C. rowuuL oOus, csssa
nor1 Ml
J. WsSCIIARTLE,
MERCHANT TAILOR
4 IS. Main St.
fehsodie
Street CarSchedule.
urirlnalnc at t.aa a, n. Bndlng 10.00 d, m.
Car leaves Sonant fartvnnt knu. mm
hair hoar '
. -."i " "'l"re mr mriae a, iMitinienajr
Ind Camn I'altua T m nui. ...h ......I
half hour
.i:"I'5? no.bii.y and c.mp
ZL"V! ""c i f???!? ?!J H"r:
1ir "?'-
DKVGS AXD MEDICIS'ES.
T. G. SMITH & GO.
Carry the largest, stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Drug
gists' Sundries in Western
Carolina. They have the
, , . ,,. .
nantisoniest jrug furore i".mr,;,l'jrl',,,iss,w
the State. Theirgoodsnreall
bought forenshsecuringextra
diseounts and prepayment
of freight charge. Their
trade has grow nrnjiidly from
month to month, since their
ojiening in Asheville. Well
post buyer come to this
store for the highest grade
of goods, at the lowest pos.
sible prices. A large business
can be doiif on small profits
As their trail.' grows they a re
giving their customers re
ductions.
DRKHSMAKINK
ANO LADIKS TAILORINCi.
Mm. Iloldcrby
Now opens a Pahlonnble Dreasmakinn ci
taliliahment nn Brlrise street, Nn. at.
Rollrlta the patennnse nf all the Ladles.
JanAO d.lm
Dissolution Notice.
The pnrtneeahlp here tnforeeslatlna bet ween
Mcaars. Lymnn A Child ha. thi. day been
dissolved by mutnnl consent. Mr Child retlr-
Inn from the firm and Mr. Lyman enntlnulna
the bualnr.a at the name office In the building
known as "Leftal Block." Mr. Child will
'ontinue In the real estate hiiainea. and ran
hefnund for the present at thromce of .Moore
At Mcnirk.
A.J. LYMAN.
JOHN CHILI".
frb.did d It sun
TO MACKINAC
Summer Tours.
Let Stmmiss. Lois Ratcs.
Fnr Trip. sr Was la.m
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISUN0
nmm W .y fan a,
Bvott Wnk Dv BttwtMA
DETROIT ANO CLEVELAND
SfW SaMai Trtfl iwitw, int, Aaa nt
Sua' Bulv LW rmtr
CHICAGO ANOT.J03PH, MICH.
O'lK ILlUtTMArco PAsHl.rT-t
a.iaa a ba.nl a Tleka-a will ni-Btohid
. trnir Tlah. a.a.. rr. Sr.
I. i. WHITCOMt, O. P. A., Dltna... M. .
Oatrolt and Olaraland ttsam Nae. Co.
ma i l a
TAYLOR, BOUIS & BROTHERTON
PRACTICAL
Plumbcru & Tinncrt..
PLIMBIN0,
TRAM ANII OAS PITTINtl.
TIN AND BLATB ROOI'IMV
Furnacca and Heater.
Jobbing Promptly i
I Attended to.
No. 43 Patton A venae,
Opera House nalldlna;.
luliliiilftwlv
O. F. IIAGEMAN,
BROKER.
Correapoadent tu
Doran A Wrfsrht Co.,
Ltd.,
10 Wall ftt., New York.
STOCKS, GRAIN, PR' VISIONS, I BTItlV
I. HUM AND COTTON,
Private win to Near Vork and Chlrann,
Contlnunu. quoUtloas. aet.sl dell eery
s-uaraule.il. Rooms S aad No, II Patton
Araave, 4
.iiaV--1--''...!.'.. -kn'. ..i. ,Ui,
wrevr-'r I I vi'Ot'V,
CAUTION :":rHr"
boitoin. If tho ileal.r cannot supply jroa.
sand dlraot to bSutrr. .udoslag adWdssi
nrioa.
yjm , DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
I Fin Calf. Heavy Laeed Grain and Cmao.
.no (1BNIIINE IIANIl-hMVKIl ' HHO
4.1IO II ANI-atWK. n r.l.Mjriiygu.
fl.no KXTUA VAI.ITkTajJJ bHOK.
K.OU and S1.1K ItKVS' SCHOOL t-HOtl.
An llisue In consreis. liiuion anu Lata.
$3&$2SHOESlafo12s
1.7S HHOPJ FOR MISSFS.
Jflert Material. Beat Myle. Best FltttaS,
vr. Sm uouffiaa. anKSHm, m i
IIUKKIG Ac WEAVER
fehIO d4im
THOS. P.
HAMILTON
& CO.
GROCERS,"
BIG 22
Patton Avenue.
A CARD.
Rdltor Anhtvllle Cltltrn:
That t or ninny fricmti niy know how we
nre grttinn nn we will stnte that wc took In
In lintel am Store
$9ooo In Y?lve Wcckn.
Tnnk In 1nt Rnturtlnr over $TiK. $7ft of
thnt wni hotel, hnlnnce utore Ilov1 rrgli
tered SA thnt dnv Had A.0OO arrival In
S month. Ournt rk In mammoth JW0 feet
lono and 1 !i fect w'de. Tetl thf lia nnce of
the world to eome and re "Old Ched" umlle,
and huy fronds of nt and ave 1A to 2A per
wnt.
novlftdtr R. R. C1HIHKRTKR V MH,
Till!
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS.
Open daily, except Sundays, from 10 a, m
nntd 1 p. m.. and 4 until 6 p. m.
The termt of ut writ it I on i
92; 1 mo., $l,flO; 3 moi., 91 ; 1 mo., ftOett.
dally 3 eti.
Offlcen. fur 100 President. Chnrlrt W,
Wodlney; Vice-President. Ton. A. Jonei; ffec,
and Treasurer, I. I. Watton ; Librarian, MIm
R. J. Hatch.
Cltlien. and vinlton are cordially Invited
to iuvprvt the cntnlotine and Inm-rihe their
name a ntemliera. Jant0ttf
W. . ROWE,"
DKALSS IX-
ITALIAN A AMERICAN
MARiil.R,
Oranlte Monuments.
ete.
All kind, of Mono
ntenta, T.tmbstnnes,
Itrailstones. rrn
anil Vnaes matle to
onier In tne latest
dealKns.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Vanl At Bnneombe
ar. uousc.
anas ilttm
J. N. MORGAN V CO.
No. 3 Dartiard nulldlnff.
School nml Colloiro Tpxt
Hookn. a full lino. lftn. II iH
tor.v, Hotimnco, IMojri'npliv,
Trnvt'l nnd NovcIh, Fninily
I.illiH, S. S. Hil.lcH nnd ToNt-
ntnontH, Oxford TcnclicrH'
l.ibli'M. .SoiiR IJookH of nl
kindrt, Inrp'ntot k .Stationery
Itlank Itookrtnnd Ofilco nm
School sSupfilioH. Now lini
LndicH and (icntH I'ockct-
hookH junt ojN'iiod. l uncy
tiooiirt ami uoiiM.
frhimiie
CIilcnCo& Alton R.R.
PASTIIAT ROl TIt TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
AfthevHIr to Kanai City In 07 hour.
AahcvHIr to Itrnvt-r In A I
Aahrvllle .n IUa I'nnn. n r.nlMMl. mmA
.-..riiann, i reuon. in n aaett.
Solid Veallliukft Tralna HI. I nula to Ku
saacily. Mrellnlna hair ear Ire.
For full Inlurmatlnn call on or write to
n. A. Newland,
a. '""tftrt ,swn(rer A(ient.
Nn. 10 Pation Ave Aklievllle. N.C.
J. CHARLTON. O. P. A.. Chleao. Ill,
A NKW Mill 11, rareflilly nrrpared by lead
Ane.1 oaeehntrn. and ha-avv s.t
trlna all nrerMary .Htlnta, Ju.t nut ami una
on anle at the nrtlee of the Ciriian I'. ni.iaii
schools.
...... ... ..s... .
ICiiKllsh and French
BOARDING ANO DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNO LADIES ANO LITTLf OIRLS,
Nn. 4tl Prenrh llrnad Aeenn.
MRS. lUROWYN MAITLANO, . PRINCIPAL
"'""I yean, awai.tr rrlnrlnal of Mt.
VernnM I.MIIu.. k I i .
A."i'i, "'mi kun.
mmW
- e t IftW't'rftw'lii iw i.Viil.a-t-twa4
''OTGLft.
PRIVATE BOARD.
livv nofsm Ni;vi. ptiRNistinD
ALL MOPBKN IMrR"VISMENT8.
MRS. N. It. ATKINSON,
No, 211 Haywood Street.
Jun23d1v
pKIVATK 1)0 A It D.
A larst house. KIM Pat ton avenue. Warm,
entnfnrtnhlc ronnia. On street car line.
Terms rrnsonnhlc.
octHdllm MRR. I. I.. 8MATHHRR.
KISAL ESTATE.
JOHN CHILD,
I formerly rf Lyman A Child I,
REAL ESTATE
-AND-
LOAN BROKER
Strictly a Brokerage Bualncaa
Loans securely placed at S tier eent.
GRANT'S DRUG STORE,
atSOl'TH MAIN 8TRRBT.
NearslKtatedneaai
Crms ere., eatnraet, eolor blindness, old
sl;ht, ol.jeeta Ruatlns bethre the eyes, .tag.
Bering- blinding, weak sight, decaying sight,
hurt alghiednesa, overa ghledness. double
eislon. night blindness, sun blindness. aerr
on- and paralysed aight, are speedily rtneved
nnd sometimes restored by wearing Hawses'
Cryatallird Lenses.
Han Arrived.
Thee. pert optician, Mr. Cunningham, I. la
threlty. reprewnting Hawses' new Cryslal
iied Lenses. These glasses bare won the ad
miration of all who hare nard then. Their
sales are unprecedented everywhere. They
can lie worn any length of tlx e at one sitting
and itive a marerlous elearnen of vlaloa.
Ilundn da hare had th. Ir sight Improved by
their use. They stand nnrlealled In their
splendid reputation. No charge for Siting,
srp3 ,16m
Till! LAKf.liST AM) II RAT BUUirPBD IN
TUB SOUTH.
CHEMICAL ANO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES
II. C. Woltcrcck & Co.
Cl.HII LTINIICnSUl.TASD KINtMO INaiMISBS.
Analyses nf Metnla. tires. Coal or Coke, Min
eral Waters, Fertilisers, ete.
I'RICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mlnlnv rtronrrtv lnve.tlffa.ed. Awir.nA
bought and aold.
Corresfiondrnce anllelted.
Hample. can lie ml hv mall ac nnfM.. li
sent by e a prraa charge, muat bt prepaid
wnTO in j place.
Chattanooga. Tenn.
DR. H C. WOLTCRBCK,
nn.AdAfWty Manager.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
PASSSSnSS Ilgr ASTMaNT.
Western North Carolina IHvlsloa.
PA88BNOBR TRAIN SCHBDDLB.
I In Beracv Mae-r. 9mi
73 th Meridian time uaed when not otherwise
inaica'ra.
SASTSIH'SD.
Nn.'St
lially.
I No. ns
I liallv.
Lv. Knu.ville,
I wu II mer.l
Aahrvllle.
snnpml ansam
la".ml 3i7im
AS.Iaml SAOpm
Ar. Hallaimry,
I'nueiiie.
ii.iiinm i liiviipm
" Klchmond.
'"Ra'lHuh.
" OnldalK.ro,
" VMImlngu.n
I .VUlpml Mnam
l iinpm 7 nilam
Stopm liinopin
MiMipm I
Lyiu-hburK.
" Uaahlngton
" Knttlmore,
JJ I'hlla..
liluiiiim ly.'nnm
7lnpm etA.lam
llllpm si 2!lam
Miliipm in 47ara
nxonmj i znpm
Ko.Al.j Nn.
llallv. I llll
'WSaTIIIII'MD. 'i
Vork. I la t.l.mi 4.10nm
rhiln.. I 7 2lnml flA7pm
Halilmorr. I S4Aaml 0 :111pm
Wahlns.'nl 1 1 3l.m I . . n,,n-
JL.nchliur. 84inmi 807nm
..rK',,n,onll '"'I'm I a :11mm 1
.I'anellleMuniiml noflaml
mintingi'n
I) (M iam 1
U.liipml Sr
4nmil 11:
Onl.lalueO,
OOom
jinicgn.
Saliahufv.
ninl tlMlam
1il4namllt 2naml
7il2aml 37pm
i3t,ipml aanpm
Ar. Aahrvllle,
" Knosviiie,
. limit) mer.l
A.'fcS. R. R,"
' No.' A
Imllv.
D .1ft 81 sn . I a "ITL' Jill- a
Too a m
SOT pa
S 40 p m
. w v a r. u ., -IT,
1 0 an am A r. Hendemnvllle, "
. .... um, rtnanannnrg. t.v.
Mt'RPHV bftANOM
Nii. 1 "T7la1iy eieep! KundarT
-TIo-Tf
(iipa.
ins am
Tooan.
10am
v .0 am iv.
II to ami Ar.
Wavneavllle,
Ar.
n pm "
jarreii'a.
8Apml" WeaiAeld. Lv.
Sleeping Car Service.
We take nlea.urr In announcing lu tmmum.
rnllnn of a dally line of elegant Pullman Buf
fet Lranlntf KonmCara.tM'tweenlloiSprlags
and Aahrtllle and Haahmgtoa. U. C. Nov.
1). un the following schedule 1
No. tt
U'J.lpm Lv
I fUpml "
T flti-mi "
SAftamlArr
lint Sin-lngs,
Aahrvllle,
Sallahury.
"'aahlngjnn,
Arri fllOpm
" 8pm
" It138am
I. ilJjrM am
Close and inf. M..il . .A. wf...
Ingtnn for all pnlnu In the North aad Bast,
The Pullman Parlor Car now halng operated
between Hallsburv and km.avlllv sa thMt
train, will tie tllarnatlaurd mtlmw
mencemenl of the 8lee.ring Cae run.
Nna. nil and A. l'Mn.. t .
Orcrnihoro and Morrl.iown
W. A. WINUVRN. P. t A..
MS. L. TAVI.OR.0. P. A., "'
wn.hingtoa, I) C.
The Best are
the Cheapest.
PATENT
CHAMPION SAFES.
Farrcll & Co.,
rtslladclphta.
'. tJjW,
s4yn.sv4sW.WuajsVi.iH.i jlj
4 rM )L.Vjmii'A s-tS-s-''Mi,-aft
lvll.'. S-.'

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