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THE ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN.
Monday Evening, December 3, 1894.
EJ THIS WEEK
ISTos. 4.1 and. 43 Sovitn Main Street.
E carry the largest and finest assortment of Imported and Domestic Wines and Liquors of any similar establishment in the South. Our stock
is strictly first class and represents the cream of the markets of the world. We call especial attention of same to parties who desire
Pure Wines or Liquors for Medicinal or Family Use.
We ask for no patronage on account of cheapness, but guarantee our prices as low as can be made by any reputable dealer anywhere in the United
States. The government tax has been increased 20 cents per gallon, but having bought largely before the law went into effect, we give our patrons
the benefit of our large purchases and extra age of the liquors, at our usual prioes.
Below we enumerate a few of our leading brands that we handle both in bulk and bottles :
R. G. & Co.'b Private Stock
" Old Saratoga
" ' " Monogram
" " Baker
' Velvet XXXX
" " Straight Cut
" ' " Family
Genuine Mount Vernon
Old Oscar Pepper
' E. H. Taylor. Jr.
Our stock of Imported and Domestic Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes can't be beat.
Our wagon always ready to deliver to any part of the city free of charge.
Before laving in your holiday supplies please call and see what thousands ol our visitors have pronounced
Liquor House South of New York.
Boxing and Packing Free.
WANTKD Pine horse and trawiy lor its
keeping; will be very food care taken ol
nd my little ued. Call or address
J. M. K. HALT.,
Teacher of Fencing and Languages, 32 l'atton
Ave., Telephone 40. -fld6t
FOB HRNT-Right roomed house. No. 30
Starnes avenue. Apply on the premises,
la-ndtf J. A. MURDOCH,
FOR SBNT Newly furnished rooms, with or
without board. NO. ao PATTON AVB.,
Only One Block From Court House,
FOR RRNT-Furnished. a new house 5 rooms,
j squares from postomce. Modern conven
iences, papered throughout. Address
ll-jod.u A. B Ciliien Office.
DOI RRNT A tpleudid 7-room residence with
fall necessary outbuildinga and 5 acres land.
I H tullea out on Lookout Mountain street rail
toia. AoolT to C. B. COOPKR,
39 8 Main St
ROOMS FOR RUNT-Three large desirable
rooms on first floor or two on second floor,
in good locality. 10 CLAYTON STRKBT.
FOR R8NT-A 3 story store house corner
North Main street and Merrlmon avenue
Cpsteir. suitable for family. Apply to
frjdtf T. F. M ALLOY, First National Bank.
FOR HUNT Four nice rooms with modern
conveniences, for light housekeeping; in
private family. Location most desirable. No
children wanted. Referencea eichiuged. Ad
dress llOX 634,
Il-I4dtl Asheville, N. C.
SALUDA First clnss boarding house.
11 Starnea Ave.
tlOOD BOARD Reasonable rate.
I MRS. S. TBRRY. 161 N. Main St.
WANTKD Hoarders for three choice rooms.
Southern emposure. MRS. LBK,
n.jodtl No. j6 Flint St.
BOARDRR8 WANTRD By a private family
In which there are so children. Two con
necting rooms, Southern exposure.
iS-ndim 33 PINK ST.
SMALL private family can accommodate two
or three people, large sunny rooms, good
table biard; desirable location. Address J,
Care Citisen (
mwo lane rooms with board In strictly cri
A. vale family. None but first claas parties
with good references need apply. Address
, Clllren office.
PBRSONS desiring first Cast board can be
accommodated with nicety furnished rooms,
team heated, with southern espoaure, on the
electric car line. Hot and cold baths. Terms
3 and 6 per week. Address M. P.,
li idiw Care Letter Carrier No. i.
GOOD board can be obtained by two or three
persons, without children, In private family.
Also three nice unfurnished rooms to let for
light housekeeping. Kicellent location. Best
of references required. Address F. K
li-ijdtf Care Citisen ..
CVR StLR CHBAF-A nice horse and buggy
av perfectly gentle. Apply H. B ,
iloidim Clllieu Cf&oi.
TOTICK-The firm of Davis & Burgln has
1 11 been dissolved by mutual consent, and Joe
'Paint wlr) occupy the stand, and invites all his
frteadejn trade with bint and thanks them tor
Mwtr liberal patronage, eaaecttuuy,
ll-3dim 8U1I R, City MarkeL
TIALSAM PILLOWS There is nothlni that
A- in make a more acceptable Christmas
present than a nice Balaam Pillow, It you have
a friend or relative that suffers from any throat
or lung anection tney wouiaoe greatly oenent
ted by using one of tneae pillows. Send Ij 00 bj
rp.laierxl filler la W a), a, T. I. Christy. Baf
nam. Isckson county, N C and we will send
the pillow empress prepaid.
Fancy New Orleans Molasses, the very best on the mar
ket. These are new crop goods and are ire h and sweet.
Prices run from 20c. to 60c. Have just received 10 bar
rels and can give you anything to suit you.
ORANGES AND APPLES
I will always have a fresh and full stock to wholesale, as
cheap as can be laid down from Florida. Holiday goods
in great varieties. Full line
ways on hand.
L W. HOLLINGSWORTH;
Old W. H. McBrayer
" Woodford (Jo. Crow
IMle of Nelson
" T. B. Ripy
" Jmh. E. Pepper
" McBrayer, J. 11 ,
Old ' Bonanza" XXXXX
Stai dard Old Corn
Pure White Mountain
.las Hennessey & Co.
Mar tell &Co.
(Maid Dupuy & Co.
N. C iScuppernong
N. (.'. IVach and Apple
15 8. Main St.
THOSE HATS ARE 11EUE.
Our $1.03 lints will sell at $3.00
Ouril.OO " " 2.00
Our 2 00 " " 1.50
Our 1.50 " " 1.00
Our 1 00 " " .73
llu'. the best liiirgnin is a lot ol $1.50,
$1 .75 and $2 00 lints all thrown in one
lot t $1 23. You should sec these hat'.
In the lot joii will Hnd high crown, low
croTD, wide brim, nnrrow brim, wide
bond, narrow band, lined and unlined,
soft and stiff, crushed anil those not
crushed, black, blue, browu and white,
all latest t Its, nnd ihey will not last
long. Just $302.11 worth, and you will
find (i cr at many ranging in price from
20c up to 75.
OUH CHRlvSTMAS GOODS
Will In- in some time about the first ol
December. Will give you due noticv.
J. M. STONEU, Mgr.
of all the seasonable goods al
Bums, Gins, Etc.
Old Jamaica Ruin
" Geneva Gin
" Holland Gin
Sherries, Ports, Etc.
Duff Gordon's Sherry
Club House "
I Imperial Wedding Port
01d Portugal Port
1 We have a large stock of
imported Burgundy, Claret,
P. O. Box 146.
WILDEST TRIBE OF INDIANS.
The t'apagops, of Arizona,, Are Great
Wanderers, Hut Nut lllondlklrsty.
The chief of the bureau of ethnology
In Washington has sent two scouts Into
Arl.oim to look over the homes of the
l'apaffo Indians and to Investigate their
ruee characteristics, says the New York
World. They nrc the most vagrant of
American Indians, with many tribal
peculiarities. They live In southern
Arizona. Often they make foraging
expeditions into Mexico, and iu the
senso of settled habitation they cannot
be said to live any where. They arc the
most nomadic of all the. Indian tribes
at present. The l'apagoes were once a
tribe' of from four to seven thousand.
The exact number is not known. They
are scattered over so wide- ft range of
territory that it is doubtful if even one
of their own number could form a clear
Idea of how many there now are iu the
The l'apagoes aro wild In the senso
that they ure not civilized, but not in
the sense that they aro bloodthirsty.
lhey are a very peaceful people, und
many of them assist their Indian neigh
bors in harvesting their grain. They
take their pay in supplies, which they
lay up for the winter season. Hut in
the summer they live chiefly on the
fruit of the cactus plant and wild ber
ries. It is n wonder howaniey live at
nil. Some of those who lead a roving
life own a few horses smd cattle. Hut
the entire number of cattle owned by
those who are not on reservation is only
two thousand and the number of tl.c
niestic fowls is one thousand.
Tho l'npngo Indians receive no ra
tions from the government. They are
actually self-supporting, asking noth
ing of the government und receiving
very little. Thero aro froni.threo hun
dred to live hundred Indians gathered
on two reservations, one near Tucson
and one near Gila llcml, on the South
ern I'nciHc railroad. These commu
nities aro not models of their kind. In
fact, they are described as having each
about thirty miserable, squalid udolio
houses, with not a drop of water within
many miles, excopt w hat is caught In
pools during the uncertain Arizona
rainy season, and In a short timo this
water becomes thick and vile, becauso
the pools aro tho common resort of the
Indians, tho cnttlo and tho swine.
What tho l'apagoes need most is irri
gation to ninko their barren land fer
tile, for that land now will not furnish
subsistence for a ooyoto or a gopher.
GABY WAS WELL BAPTIZED.
Stolen for the Furpoaa by Ploua But Pil
fering Uuatemala Diiniestlea.
A Ban Franciscan, traveling through
Central America with his wife and
young babe, rented furnished apart
ments lu Guatemala uud engaged a serv
ant to act as nurse and general houso-
maid, says the hnn Francisco Argonaut.
She had been in their service less than
weok when sho Inquired of the father
If tho babe was baptized. Ho replied
In tho ncffatlvo, whereupon sho insisted
that the child, a girl, would be forever
last Within six weeks he had tried
four consecutive servants, but found
that each one would pilfer small arti
cles, and finally determined to get
along without any help. One after
noon, while sauntering lazily through
the plaza, ho was accosted by servant
No. 1, who asked if tho babe was yet
baptized. "No," replied the father.
"Still unbaptized." "Well," ho an
twered, "it is all right, as I stolo her
away one Sunday, and tho good padre
baptized her, calling her Maria, so her
soul will be saved."4 "As it cannot
hurt her, and may help hor, I am satis
Bed," thought the parent, and so dis
missed the subject from his mind. The
next day servant No. 8, with a new
charge bundled In the linen swath on
her back, approached him at the mar
ket place with tho of t-repcated query)
"Did you have the baby baptized?"
and lo his reply of "No" she consoled
him by explaining that she had taken
the little one to the cathedral and had
It named Catarlna, so her soul was
saved a second time. Somewhat
mused, the father hunted np and In
tervlewed tht succeeding servants, and
discovered that the babe had been
stolen to the church by each of them
and quietly baptised. Consequently
the uoi raa Id aria Catarlna UanrarlU
Gnu Eloia Itefnurlo, beside that ol
Sautornc, Rhine Wines,
ChampHgne?, Cordials, Bit-
N. C. Scupperijong
" Black beiry
S uppernong Champagne
PIEDMONT AIR LINE )
In Kflect November is, isga.
This condensed schedule Is published as infor
mation nM is subject to i-hnuse without notice
tu the puVilic.
EASTBOUND 12 ct38
Lv KnoKvillc i.Cttitml time l 8 30am
Mnrristowu 9 fam
Lv. futnt Koet. (Unstern time) IU
" Hot Sprinn-s 12
3 2 pm
!,T. AheUllt 2
KooTii, h-nub a
. Snlishurr 7
. C.rreneboro I2
. Dnrhaoi 3
. Danvtiie 12
. Lynehburi; 1
1 Net, York 12,
Lv. New York
37 & II
" WnahinKtou 10 43pm
" Lynchburg 3 8Hm
Ar. Danville ft Soam
Lv. kithutimd 12ft6anj
" Danville 6 40sm
Ar. Grcetisborn , 7 OOam
Lv. Galdsboro t6 OOpn-
Lt Haleigh , , 40am
" Durham (I 3Sm
Ar Grcenwrtoro 8 35arr
Lv Orcensuoro MI4am
' Salisbury 10 3(an
" statenrtllc. 11 2iaru
' Newton 12 npi,
" Hiekorv 12 32un-
" Mnrh-anton 1 17pn-
" Usnuu 2 02pm
' Honnd Knb 2 3Htm
" Asheville 8 Hon
" Hot UprlnRS, ft2o;,n
Ar.l'aint Rock ft adorn
Morns-town n SOpm
Kiinivillt... 7 4ftorr
A. & S. RAILROAD No. 14
Lv. Anl'cvillc 8 loam
' Henderson Title U OHarr
" K.at Knck 9 I Nam
" tialudu 9 4tiini
" Tror 10 13am
Af. Sonr'onb-.'rr n Ifiam
Lv f purtaalmrx 3 30pir
Trynn 4 3lpir
" Bnlodu ft o.iptr
Plat Roca e 80pm
" Hendcra'nv'ie ft4lpir
Ar. Asheville A 4ftpn-
t MURPHY BRANCH
" Hryson City....
Lv. llryson City..
f Boa n
12 2 lpm
' nrvaon l.'ltv
" W lynesvllle
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Noa 1 1 und 12 Slecuhm Cars between Kkh-
mond and Oreensbtiro, und trains 87 and HH
nuniiiii a'eeuinn enr between New York.
Asheville nnd Hot HprlnRS tielnK handled on
Nos. 11 and 12 en K. nnd I) and W. N. C.
divisions. I'ulhnnn Slecplnx Car between
Asheville nnd Cincinnati, vln KnoEvllle.
Trains Nna 13. 14. IS and IU ao ri trains
between Asheville and Columbia, conncctinir
at Ciilumliia with 8. C. K'y Inr Charleston
ana rt.nr Ky lornavannan, jaensonviue
and all Plnrida points. 1'nilninn sleepers on
nos, id nna in, ueiwccn jncKsonviiie, Aane-
vlllc and Hut Springs.
W. A. Tt'KK, 8 .11. HARDWICK.
Gen'l 1'asa. Art.. Aast. Oen'l Pan. Agt., ,
Wnslllnirtnn. t). C. Atlanta. Ol
V. H. M'llHH. Oen'l unt.. Columbia. 8. C
I' M CULH, Traffic Manaarr, Washington,
w. ii, UKUUN, uen i luanaxer, waanington
W. L. Douglas
C eUAl? 18 THE BIST.
M3 dnWCi ho8ukino.
r nLnwiot civncuxu wu .
SEND TOR CATALjOaUE
fea eaa aave nancy ky parekaalaf W. 1
BaeaitM. we are the largest msnufaelurers of
dvertised shoes In the world, and guarantee
tht value by stamping the name and price on
ih hotinm. which rjrotecta voii aaainst hlRh
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom uik In style, easy rltllnf and
wearing- qualities. We have them teld every.
Iurf.r ..rluy.ii for the value alven than
any other make. Tjke no suhstitute. If roar
dealer cannot aurylr you we can. Sold by
J. D. Blanton, Ashsville
EwiE::t:r 4 Co., e:rjh:!l
Ales, Stouts, Etc.
Bass Ale, White Label
'' Smith's India
" Bass Ale
Schlitz XXX Porter
" Extra Stout
" Pileener Beer
C. & C. Ginger Ale
" Club Soda
Burke's three-star Irish
and Scotch Whiskey.
Agents for the Jos. Schlitz
Brewing Co., Milwaukee,
Wis . and Foss-Schnelder
Brewing Co., Cincinnati, 0.
the most complete Wine and
Telephone Call 72.
From thib date we will (A
f r our large stork of cloth
ing at HALF PRICE. Pur
chasers will have a ten
thousand dollar tock to ne-
Good all-wool suits at $8.50
warranted wool cash
mere puits at 1 5 00
A good overcoat for 3 00
Heavy uluter overcoats
for $3 00
heavy ulster over
coats, very hairy.
with storm collar for $5 00
LADIES' AND GENTS'
Lad'es' undervests and
pants, full suit for 50c.
Think of it. four garments
for f 1 00. Keeps you warm
prevents colds and doc
tors' bills. Men's under-
suits from 50c. to f 7.50, all
at less than cost.
A Large Lot of New Goods
In Ibis Line. 15oth
Men's & Women's.
At less than they cost in
hew lork. Men s and Wo
men's dress phoes of all
grades. Also a large stock
of children's shoes. Ladies'
dress goods, a very elegant
and new stock, including
both fancy and staple goods.
Remember our yard wide hea
vy sheeting at 4'Xc; apron
checks 4&c. All other
lines in proportions. Don't
spend your time arguing
with those who have to sell
goods for a profit, life is too
short. We uean business.
A larco navment must be
made to the creditors in De
cember, and the goods must
be sacrificed to raise the
cash. Look for the red flag
at JNo. ll JNorthwest corner
of Court Square.
Js A. Porter, Asftignee
Port Royal a f ostein CuoIIdi R. B.
Absolutely the Only Line Hating Continuous
Through Schedule Between
ASHEVILLF. AUGUST A. AIKEN, SA
VANNAH AND FLORIDA.
Lt. AaheTllle S 10 a.m.
Lt. HcndenoaTMe 0 08 "
Ar. Boananbnri 11 IS "
Lt. Spartanburg 11 115 "
Lv, Oracnwood. 8 32 p.m.
r. Augusta 6 10 "
Lr. Augasta 80 "
ar. Aiken 1 is '
Lr. Augusta 80 "
Ar. Savannah 8 00 a. ra
Ar. Jacksonville. 48 "
la hours quickest to Augusts and Aiken,
Direct connection at Savannah with P.. C. A
F. andr, at W. lallwava lor all Florida
For Any Information Address
I. L. TODD.Trar PatAat W 1 CgAIO.
TSO Broad Street, Oca. raaa. Agt
Baltimore Clothing, Shoe & Dry Goods Co.
10 AND 12 PATTON AVENUE.
It would take an advertisement
as large as this paper to quote
all our offerings
COME IN AND LOOK AROUND
DON'T MISS IT. BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK.
Bargains iu drees goods. Bargains in silks. Bargains in Notions. Bargains in
wools. Bargains in ribbon?. Bargains in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Vests. Spe
cial for this week. Don't miss it.
OB! it HaricmnH in oar Blioe
Dc par; rue ut tlila Wet b.
Barguins in men's overcoats. Bargains in boy's overcoats. Bargains in men's
suits. Bargains in our clothing departments. Just received a new line of gent's under
wear. Big reduction for this week.
Save money by buying from up. Remember everything reduced. Bargains in all
departments for this week. See our VV. B. Corset.
BEST IN THE COUNTRY. EXTRA LONG WAISTS.
(Jf-rmautown wool, 15c hank; Germantown zephyr, 4c ounce; saxony, Sc hank; em-
broidery tilks, a full and compete line of colorings, 4c skeia.
Remember our Special Monday Sale,
Next Monday, December 2nd.
Largest inducement. Biggest bargains ever offered in Asheville. Remember for
next Monday. Spo ial ! Special I Special ! at tho
Baltimore Clothing, Shoe &
AND BEST IN H
Bsvsrt of Imitations. Be surt to get a
TaylM Htk Co., MU Vomit,
Don't miss our Shoe
Sale for this week.
Big inducements for
Dr, I. C. Wail 's Nerve and Brila Trtitmsnl
Is stild under pnaltlvs written nuarantaa, by author
Ised agents onljr, to cure Weak Memory; Loss nf
hraln and Nerve Powwrt Lost Manhotid: Qnlkneai,;
Nllit Iossm; Kvll Ureains: lark of Oonfldenon;
Kervnosueas; liisslrnile; all Oralnsf Lost of Pnvnit
of ths Ovmeratlvo Orvsns hi either aei, caused by
nvar-iartlnn Youthful Krrors, nr Rxeesalva Dsa ol
Tnbaooo, Opium or Lhiuitr, which soon lead tn
Miser. Cnotumpllcin, IliMnlrjtanil Death, By mall,
fl a boa) S for It! with written guarantee to ear nr
refund money, WKHTOCtHKftlRYHliP. Aeertatn
cure tor Coughs. Ootda, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ornun,
Whooping Onugli. 8nra Throat. Pleasant to take.
Small alas dleountrnued jld. Bno. alas, now Vie.: old
1 sua, bow bus, OU AL tNTUS laned only by
T. C. mitl., Dranlat.
t J7 N E W
PuUk qustt, Aahrrllls, M C
DlK DartfiiliiH iii our Shoe
I) pari mt ut tiitH week
Dry Goods Co.
run m nut hfx. TMt ri,
I , nil Tla littwily tn th mi fl
itih. ti'iiMim tin tUnni of dint
kinrtM It UtltU luUtually, Vftua
AS A PREVENTIVI
nr fitliM nn It U ImimiibltttoannirHi
ny viuer, uiMtwt but n Ut mm t
Dust 1to'iv HirMifimf Arruorn
gajaasv amaj "'in'e nei's i iirat einu "imi, WW f umnm
fl TT M tM - our. Frloo hy mtll, pOaV um,.
UHt ilKlTlhti-4tlHUIsL, W(uArga
LADIES ih you moi
DR. FELIX LC BRUN'i
STEEL HND PEHHYRQYRL PILLS
are th original and only FltKNOH, snfoand ra.
(labia onrn on tlm market. Vtina il.W) aaut b
maii, Uenulna aolil oulj by
fubllc Square - Aabrrllta, k tj
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