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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Will be published every morning (except Mon
day) at the following rutcs strictly cash:
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Three Months 1.50
One Month 50
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momtnK n every part of the eity to our siih
crilH?r, and parties wanting it will pit-use
oall at the Citizkn Office.
Kor Kent Win. Johnston, Jr.
Uoiuu: Out of HUHilieHM.
Sorry arc wc to chronicle the fact thai
a firm as old ami rcliahlc as the firm ol'
A. A. Shufonl iSr Co., arc jjninj; out ol'
business, it is not ln-cause the business
has not leen attended with success
but that one branch of the firm prefer
another business. The business has
always been successful. Since its nnr:uii
zalion in lNf5 the partners h,: i"
often. iMirtune lias ever doji.u...
liiotsteps of A. A. Shufonl who lias been
the mainstay in the linn which first ex
isted as A. I,. Shut'unl iS: Co. Later
when A. L. Sliufonl withdrew a partner
ship was formed by W. 11. Kllis S: A. A.
Shufonl. Then it became Shufonl -Graham,
and remained so until C. V.
(irahain, now of Ashevillc, withdrew
and the present firm of A. A. Shufonl
Co., was ttryanicd. Thus it lias been
tor years and we hoie it may be revived
and live many years longer.
The dairy business in our country is
immense. It is estimated that tfli.oOO,
000,000 are invested and that lo.OOO,
000 cows arc used, recpiiriu (i0,0ii(i
acres ol land. The South has mucl.
neglected this industry. With the ad
vantages it uujhi in be a .threat pnulucei
of butter and cheese. It is said larthci
that 7"O,O00 men are enaed in tin
industry, and 1 .000,000 horses are re
quired. The horses and cattle mpim
;t0,000,000 tons of hay, 1)0,000,000 01
corn meal, about as much oat meal. 1J7.",
OOO.ooo bushels of oats, J.ooo.ooo
bushels of bran, and ;io, 000,000 bushels I
of corn. It costs , l-oo.i'no.oitoa vear tc
feed these animals and 5! I. so, 000,000 to j
pay the hired help.
these figures are enormous, but it
must le remembered that our country i
vast, and our population now not far
from oT), 000, 000.
Popular with tourists, futilities and business
Electric care m ttic door.
A Lady Accidentally Killed.
S'I'ai nton, Va., August Mrs. 11.
P. hiekerson, wile of a prominent farmer
near Staunton, was killed last niuht
wliile returning from a Sunday school
picnic. She was riding in a carriage am!
the harness broke a. id the horse ran
oil", thro winy Mrs. iMckcrson and hci
daughter out, killing tne former aluioM
instantly, and seriously injuring the latter.
At I.awN, 011 Main Street,
Voucanf'nd now a very full stock o
china and lass, sdver and eutiery, ami.
in fact, cvciythin for table use. Sonu
remarkably low prices arc uowoHcredoi.
knives, lorks and spoons. The calcium
lamp is still in the lead. It is the besi
lamp made, and is pi iced very low. Tn
If a dollar or two, now and then, .will
help you in saving, what's the use ol ad
vertising when example does the talking.
Come and sec the reduction and maiiuei
ol reducing. Low rates to all points.
W. M. Ci.akki;.
K. K. Ticket Uroker Grand Central Hotel.
We never heard of a cat who was
poet, but her mews is alwavs purr-t
We claim to have the largest and finest
stock ofelothinu and gents' furnishiu,
ijoods in Asiieviilc. Call and sec them ai
A man who owns a oat has only l
earn his bread; he has his butter Uu
SjR'cial inducements olfered for laryi
dry oods sales, to close out, at W hit
Wo will in 11 two dclivfry
unions. The necessity for
this lias been caused by our
largely increasing trade,
making it impossible to de
liver witli onewafi'on. Then
m" been roil" jH;i ints (ami
justly, too) by some of our
customers at not having
"noils delivered more
liromptly. With our addi
tional facilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready law trade, and prom
ise to meet all compel it ion.
Our stock, as heretofore, will
lie kept up to the highest
standard in quality. All
:i)ods sold by us guaranteed
to be as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL, & S1SII1KR
LOTS" NEW GOODS
II I I I VI
MARKK. 1 11' Tl-MKAl'H.
Money and SevuritlcN Cotton -
l"ro lioiitt unci I'roclucc.
monkv ami si;ct niTU-;s.
NKW Viikk. Au. -H. ExfhaiiKC quiet am
lirm . .jay kss.
Suli-Treusm y Imlanees t.iold, $1 5."
ooo: current v, .o'.ia.ooo.
tin vim aunt bund? (lull hut luavv hr fours
ht aiiu, 3l.-7;tt; j per cents, $1 .0)i:1
Mate ootids dull ami icnLiirclcss.
Ala.ClassA Xn. loUiN u I'nc. Istnior !o',
Ala. Class i;.fs..lll N. Y. Central ...int.'
t'.a. 7s. tmirt luL';,,N. tV V. plil " 1
N. C. Cons., (is..lli1.alNortlK,rn l';ic. ;:
N. C. Cons., 4s U7 N. 1'. pltl 71-
S. C. tlrowii's...l02 U'ucincMail a.V-
Tenn. tis imi jKcailiiiK :'
Tenn. T.s 104. IkkIi. .S: Alio 1 1
Tain. Set., its 7,'i jK. tV W. Point., .'i1
Virginia (is s ikock Island Wl
Virginia Cons... ;t" I St. I'aul 7-
Northweslt-rn ...1 1 1 "st do itd 1 1 T
d pld ...14oi . Tex. Pacific
Hci At Lack 14ii'H:Tenn L'oal.V I ron 41 "
liric U 7 , I ' 11 i m I'acilic ti-;t
liast Ttnn '.1l',N. J. Central... 1 l.V
Lake Shore U)'A-H Mo. I'acilic 7 ;'"
Liu. .V Nash 7o; Western I nioii S41,
Mem. S: Char.., tili iCotton-seed oil
Moh. - Ohio i:o tj Certilicates "'J
Nash. iV Chat... lull Urunsw ick U-
NiiW Yokk, Auk -'-'. Cotton steady. Sate
to-day 541! hales; middling iijilaniis 111.
middling Orleans Total tu t receipts ;i
all ports to-day 4 .t(i. lixjiorts to ('.real
itritain H,j4i; Continent 1. Stock ti;i,4
NkwVohk, Aii. 2i. Cottin Net receipt:
O; Kross (I. I ut tires closed quiet hut stead v
Sales ;iini hales.
Auk 1" ."(.salo.COjl-Vh lo.o.'talo o
Sept lU.fnuin.rMarch 1 0.1 1'Ja 1 o. 1 1
Oct 10. April lo.itiaio.i1;
Nov .l ilf.a UiMiMav 1 u.:ia I o.L' l
lke D.'.t.'ta ii.'.t4ijune lo.Ualo.;ti
Juti l.H7a .1.'JM
CALVKSTdS, Auk- '-mJ- Cotton easy, 11; rei
Nohh'oi.k, Auk. -'-. Cotton steady, 11',
Bai.timokh, Au. 9. Cotton quiet and
firm, li's; receipts 11.
Boston, Auk 2U. Cotton quiet, 1 l-;Kul 1:4
Vii.mini;ton, N.C., Auk- 2i. Cotton firm
1 1 receipts o.
1'Hii.AhKLi'iiiA, Auk. Cotton firm, 1 lrH
Savannah, Auk- 21) Cotton steady, loi;
receipts 1 .1(1.
NliW Oklkans. Auk-2'J. Cotton erisy, 1 1 1.8
receipts 1 15.
Moim.K, Auk- 21). Cotton quiet, 11; re
Mkmimiis, Auk- 21). Cotton quiet, 11; re
ceints 1 1.
Ai'Uusta, Auk- 20 Cotton firm, ll;receipts
Ciiahi.kston, Auk- 20. Cotton steady,
1 Vfa receipts52.
rttOVISIONS AMI PKlini'CK.
Cincinnati, Auk 20. Floursteady. Wheal
in Kn"l demand, firm No. 2 red 7(. Corn
steady and (inn No. 2 mixed 35. Oats firm
No. 2 mixed 21. I'ork firm 10.(i2'i. Lard
atronKcr (.(). Bulk meats firm short rihs
5.10. Ilacon t ron Ker short clear 0.12'.
Whiskey steady 1.02.
ClucAUt, A UK- 20. Cash quotations to-dav
were as follows: Flour iuiet. Wheat No.
2 red 774. Com No. 2 'Aly2. Outs No.
2 lOtalO-'t,. Mess pork tO loolO.121 I.ard
6.02a(l.U5. Short rilisG.Oo. Whiskey I.02.
Nkw Vokk, Auk. 20. Southern flour quiet.
Wheat dull new No. 2 red M5V4aS5V,. Corn
steady and quiet No. 2 43i4a43:Vt. Oats
firm Sept. 2fi. Coffee Sept. 15.25a15 ..
SuKar refined sternly, in fair demand. Mo
lasses foreign nominal. Kice in moderate
demand. Petroleum firm and quiet. Cotton
seed oil dull. Lard easier western steam
tl.40aft.45. Freights firm Cotton 9-32L';
Grain 3lsD bid.
No. 66 8. Main St., suitable for smal' store.
WM. JOHNSTON, JR.,
au30dtf 5m N. Mam St.
ANBW DKKl), carefully prepared by lead
Injc members of the Ashevillc bar (on
finest parchment and heary fiat paper), co
erina; all necessary points, just oat and now
on sale at the office of the Citizkn Publish
Iihi Co , No. North Coart Aqnnre. rnlttf
Fine Dress 3Ialcrials.
A nice linrof ri;tin;iinl F;iiu-y
I'liimn'l Suitings for .I;n-kcls.
S; i ( ( 1 u s 1 1 m 1 I M 'ssi s . Wrv
Uu I licsc mill uu H iiiiius and
Iliiliit Cloths, nil shinies.
Sonic nice (jn.ilit ics in Ln
dii's' Waterproofs at $2.7."),
s:.r0 mid Sr.oo.
Full lin1 I'inhrellas just in.
II. REDWOOD &CO.
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS. SHOES,
7 V 9 Fulton Avenue,
One I'rice Slrictlv.
A7: . t - i:sr.ri;.
V.I.Ti:if H. llWVN,
W. W. West.
GVYN & WEST
I Sum ssurs to Walter It.(lwyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Commissioners ol Ikxiis.
Ol I II 1C- Houllit'aHl Court Huare.
Writ, M. Cocke, Jr.,
REALESTATE AND MiNERALBROKER,
Asheville, IS. C.
Can sell you one million ncrcs of land, in
tr.Kts I'rotn ."n to lno.nnu ncres. Have n
nunilit r of city lots, improved and unim
proved, which 1 can sell on the best of terms.
If you want a lar:c or small farm call on me.
If you want minerals of any kind, you need
Ko no further. If you w ant timber lands,
this is headquarters. In fact 1 can suit you
in anything you want in my line.
Services of a tirsl-tlass civil engineer nnd
practical surveyor cnjja;cil to show up all
property when required. I have had fifteen
years" experience in the real estate business.
and think I know what will please. Prompt
attention to nil inquiries.
leu i;u i v
24 S. Main Street.
I Lair brushes, ( 'loth brushes,
Tooth brushes, mid Nail
brushes sit manufacturer's
prices. Having purchased
a job lot of the above men
tioned goods, 1 am offering
them at half the usual price.
1 carry a large assortment
of Patent medicines and will
meet the prices of any coin
pet itor. I buy all goods for
cash and give my customers
a corresponding benefit.
(loods delivered to any
part of the city free of charge.
Ueiiieinber the place.
FINE MINERAL AND TIMBER LANDS,
Til m; SOLD IN
Transylvania County, N.C
Ily virtue of n decree of the SiiK.rior Court
of Transylvania county, North Carolina, the
undersigned as executor of litizur I'altoti,
dee'd, will sell at public auction at the court
house door in the town of Urcvard, on
.Holiday, 2d Iav ofScpt. 1889,
All that tract of land lyitiK on Cathey's
creek, known as the Klimr I'attoti sK-cula-tiou
land, containing about One Thousand
Five Hundred acres. The land is accessible
ami finely timbered. It is situated about
miles southwest of Urcvard and lies parallel
to the French Mroad river, about two miles
distant from the same, and about two miles
distant from the proposed line of the C, C.
il. tV C. railroad. Also the same distance
from the Baltimore, Ashevillc and Atlanta
railroad line as proposed. There are fine in
dications of Iron, l.imc and other mineralson
the land. It is well adapted to KrazinK pur
poses ami can be conveniently divided into
small farms. The land will be sold to make
assets to pay debts and for final settlement.
Terms One-third cash, balance on six anil
twelvemonths, with note ami interest on
same at h per cent. Title reserved till last
pavincnt is made. Purchaser has privilege of
paving cash in full of amount of sale if he de
sires. Title guaranteed. For further infor
mation apply to or address the undcrsijjncil
or W A. Cash, Att'y, lircvard, N. C.
Full description and plats of the land can
be seen on file in the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Transylvania county.
Chas. C. Pattoiii
Kxeeutor of Klizur I'atton, dce'd.
jull 1 iltSeptU
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile anil Cement work aspecialty.
t't rates, Kancs and toilers set.
Buildings moved and repaired in first class
Sewerage. Drainage and traps for the same
thoroughly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe lUiililiiiKi Court House Square,
Ashevillc, N. C. may.'tndly
Jellico C Wooldridge,
Jellico Mountain Coal Co., ProctorCoal Co.,
Standard Coal Co., E. Tenn. Coal Co.
For sule ut liolcsalc nud Kctail hy
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive Agents ( Dotnfstie nnd Steam I for Western North Curotina.
From yourdrocer, even for trial, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
Mecause it is made in Ashevillc,
5ut we pledge our word for it, that no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
Can be made from any imported Flour.
Is the most popular straight goods in this market.
Ask your (Irocer for theabove Mrands, manufactured by tin
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
H. T. COLLINS. I'residi-iit.
E. E.EAGAN, STctatj
ASHEVILLE IJ)E COMPANY,
Pure Ice made from Diddled Water. Office: jjo
HERRING & WEAVER,
THE SHOE STORE,
SO. :i(l SOI TII MAIN STKIU-T.
While wc Have (lie FiiiCHt and Itlo.st FaHliionahlv ;uucIh in
Wc ulso have the clii'ii n'st. Cull and mi-us.
OAK STREET INN,
Meatitifully located in n rovc of oaks and white pine, with no dust or noiic at the cor
ner oi oak tind Woodtin streets, near the Female College, nnd only three Kiuarcs from tin
We have n mint her of elegantly-furnished rooms tt neeommodate lioarilei-H wh.i H,.i.
nice, quiet place, away from the hotels. Nice rooms, new furniture, kuiiU fare, tirst-cluss
wiwnnis, " niinwii.nni ) iv i n. ninu, liui VIHO. OaiUS.
Dr. T. J. H ARG AN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN ANDllEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All mniU-rn ami latest imprnvtil methods for treatinK c hninlc :liasi of the lunua
throat and nose, liv the inhalation ot vaporized and atomized fluids liv the nneitmatie and
eompressed air apparatus; nlso Compound (ixrKt-n ill connection with the vaporized Bal
sam (the balsam obtained from the natural balsam trees near Ashevillc )
We also manufacture a Home Treatment of the Compound OxvKcn,' which is euiinl to
the ottice treatment, and will be sent on application liv express, on receipt of price $1'
Our success here for the past three years with this treatment has been phenomenal hav
inn cured many cuses that were pronounced hopeless, whose names nnd residences can be
obtained Ily caMinn at the Sanitarium. Itv permission we refer to the following well-known
gentlemen of Ashevillc: K. J. Aston, ex-Ma vor; J. K. Weed. Clerk V. S. Court' Her (1 C Knn
km. pastor First Methodist Church ; Rev. W. A. Nelson, pastor First nantist Church II T
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson. ' ' '
T. J. HARGAN, M. D.
Real Kc'e Brokers,
And t Investment : Aeents.
Otlices: No. 50 South Main st Second Hour.
ASHEVILLE STREET RAILWAY CO.
Will call at any house in the city for
BAGUAGE FOR TRAINS
And deliver name to any house from trains
for 25c. icr trunk. All orders for HnKKQJfc
left at the office will receive prompt atten
tion. Passenger enr meet all incoming and
Plans and specification prepared and esti
mates Riven, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House Square ;
Aihevillc, N. C. may30dlv
K. V. JONliS,
Harness & Sudcllcry,
34 North IIain St.
My slock of Harness and Saddlery Goods is
now complete. 1 tun offering at rcimirknlily
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGY AND COACH
Harness in Itrass, Nickel ami Kulihcr Mount
ings. 1 have special styles of Single and
Double Harness in
PURITAN MOUNTING, ALLHANO MADE
In Saildlcs and Itridles my stock comprises
all styles from a $.flo Morgan to an Inr
ported Hnglish Saddle.
Linen antl 11 omie Lap Robot
and Horse Sheets, just above cost to make
room for Full goods.
Mr the remaining part of August I shall
make special inducements to buyers.
in i.atnes- inrec-norn saddles, made in pig
and chamois skin. au22 dly
Notice to Travelers,
Beginninc to-day nnd continuing until fur-
iner notice, a street car will leave Court
House Square at 15 minutes leforc H o'clock
a. m.. for the tram tor Spartnnhurir. All
travelers who will take this ear win hav.
their valises transnortrd tn the trnin fr f
cnarge. ah wno take tne regular "depot' or
train" car. which will leave the Sotoir h
o'clock a. m. as usual, wilt lc charged 5 cents
for each valise and large bundle. This car
also connects with the Spartanburg train,
but if all persons take it there will not lie
time enouirh for all to iret their ticket H
checks, and many may be left; while if as
many as can will take the car leaving thr
Square at 15 minutes before H they will not
only save the extra charge for valises on the
"depot" car, hut have ample time for thef
Helvrs and leave ample time for others to get
their checks and tickets.
THE ASHKVILLB STREET RY. CO.
A SELECT CLASSICAL, ENGLISH, MATHEMAT
ICAL AND BUSINESS S0H00L
CAPTAIN S. P. VBNABLB will
23d term of his School at No. 18
September 9U1, 1889.
Por information and terms address
P. O. BOX NO. 17,
Or call on him at No. 18 Bearden avenue,
LEWIS MAODl'X, Pres L. P. McLori. Vicc-Pres. f. E. RANKIN, Ca.hier.
Dikkctoks: Lewis Maddux, M.J. Henrden, M.J. Fngg.J. E. Kankin.J. E. Ray. T. E. Reed
S. H. Reed, Ceo. S. Powell, C. M McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
ASIIBVILLK, N. C, FKHKUAKY 1st. 1HH9.
llrKunliid May 1st, 1HKH.
CAPITAL, S50.oo. . . SI RPLIS, $io,oon
fTATK, COUNTY AND CITY lllil'OSITOKY.
Hoi-8 a Crnrrnl ItanUini; TlusilU'ss. I)cpnRit rcccivvil. lixchnnRc botiKht nnil sold. Col
li-i'tiuna mailt: un alt anvssihli- pejints. The SavinK Feature will nwive sincial attention.
On all sums in this. Upartmcnt. deponlteil r.r four months or longer, interest at the rati
of 4 iter cent, iht annum will lie paid.
Special attention given to loan on real estate, which will lie placed for long time on real
Open from a a in. to 3 p. m. o Saturdays the Saving ldj artment will he open till p.m.
THE I.KADING '
WINE .-. AND .. LIQUOR , STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. makW 4RDT, M,. NO. 43 S, MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C,
Kcau'iful Building Lots I
IllISCOMBK COUNTY,, N. C.
Skyland Springs is a new nsort, laid off in building lots, eight miles south of Asllcvillc on
the A. He S Kailrond and the llendersonville Tike.
THE FINEST COLLECTION OF MINERAL SPRINGS IN THE STATE.
Twenty-seven Sprains-Chalybeate, Alum, Iron. Epsom, Sulphur, Magnesia, Hnd Fncst.ne
pure, cold and health giving.
Fine Hotel Finished and Opened
i i ?V-r """ ""' r 'r,,un,." ' I" rales and liest of rooms and fare
hevcialbiiil.lingsnn-gomgup Saw Mill and I'laner making turner right in the place
For u short Unit, choice lots are oflrred very low to Kttler. or investors '
Orand views, level lots, wide streets, pure air, fine water.
OTIS A. MILLER, Proprietor.
CAMPBELL'S TONIC BEER,
""""" flyctHifrj lor lamny use, is one of the healthiest beverages ever Introduced, as
scores of femilies in turn can testify. It is emphatically a TONIC, slightly laxative, will reg.
ulatc the bowels, promote the action oftheliverandpurifythe blood. IsSTRICTI.Y vegetable
and non-intoxicating. Endorsed by the Medical profession. Orrcr drecl from Factory.
C. H. CAMPBELL,
ai7 Haywood Street.
LADIES' NEW FURNISHING STORE.
Silks, Plushes, White fioods.
Luces, Embroideries. Rib
bons, Art Needlework Mate
rial, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
Gloves, Hosiery, Ladies' Un-
flpfWPJir I .slTrilirunniim Tol.ln
... - - , ...... ' ' uwiOj 4 II .11 V .
Covers, Pillow Shams, Tidies,
etc., etc. Lessons in Art Em
broidery and Stjimninir free
to all who purchase material.
Kid Gloves fitted to the hand.
Stamping done while you
Corner of Main and Willow Streets, under
JV THB PI'BLIC.
The undersigned may be found in Shnnk's
new building, one door west ol I. p Wood
bury's stable, on College strest. They an
prepared to manufacture carriages, buggies
wagons, and anything else in their line Re-rh-1nf.
"nd no7-hin are specialties.
7u L ' "n."d fhe Sn,'f Henrv Pow
ell, and would lie pleased to receive a lilieral
share of patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed
JUI3 d6m BUKNbTTB Kl llUWAHq
ym B. WOLFB.
PUIH AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER.
All kinds of cement woik done.
Jobbing and kalsomining oromptlv at
Residence, Clayton St. Orders can he left
with W. H. Westall & Co. fel.9d0in
pOR 8 A LB :
o0Vw?.h.?r!e now'T Bngine and Boiler,
Bark Mill, Hide Mill, Pumps, Pulleys, Shaft
ing and all tools or machinery In Tannery
Machinery in good condition and at a bar
gain. Apply to
BP.ARDBN, RANKIN & CO.
aag- 23 d6t wit
Trfasi ky IH:i'Aktmi:nt,
Ol TICK (1K CllMI'TKIll.I.liK of Tin: I
Wasliiiijjtmi, August 15, lNN'J. )
W'iikkhas, I iy sntisrat'tor)' cviik-ticc ic
si'iiUtl Hi tin- timid-signed, it h.-is btcn
made to .ippiar tliat "TIIIv NATIONAL
HANK OF AvSlll-VlLLH," in the L'itv of
Asiieviilc, in the County f IIiiikoiiiIk;
anil State of North Carolina, has com
plied with all the provisions of the Stat
utes of the I jiitetl Stales, rciiiiml to lie
eoiuplied with liefore an association shall
lie authorized to commence the business
Now. therefore, I, I-IHWARI) S. l.ACIiY,
Coniptroller ol the Cuneney, do hcreliy
eenily that "Tllli NATIONAL HANK
Ol- ASIII-VILL1-," in the City of Ashe
villc, in the County oi lluncoiulie and
Slate of North Carolina, is authorized lo
commence the business of Itatiking as
provided in Section l;ifly-()nc Hundred
anil Sixty Nine of the Kcvised Statutes of
the l uited Stales.
In testimony w hei col, witness my hand
and seal ofollicc this lollnlav of Au
gust, INN!). li. S. I.ACIiV,
Seal. Comptroller ol the Currency.
4.i:. I". SCOTT, (Successor to Doulilcday & Scott,)
Norlli Public Suarv,
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, - HOOKS,
Glass, I'ulty, l.ime. Plastering Hair, Shingles, l.atlis. I-'eneiilg Posts. All kinds of lluililini!
T-ft' I Inli-rs will receive prompt attention. febllldl v
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
Dealer in Wall Paper, Window Shades ami Patent Mairr
Paint!.. Oils nnd Vnnnshis. Masi.ry'K Mixi-cl rntiitti ami Colors. Window lit, liutl;
Ftvnch nnd Atntricau
Wc keep in Kt.ik St. I.onis and Kt-ntyiky !.c:id. fclciifr
W. T. I'KNNIM AK.
W. li. IKN.r.MAN.
PENNIMAN & GO,
JOBBKHS AND DBALKKS IN
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
DUPONT POWDER CO., HICHMONO STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,.
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
THE "HICKORY INN,"
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights. Gas, Hot and Cold Water Ilaths nnd Toilets on each floor.
Cuisnic and uppointineiits unsurpassed.
FRANK I.OIOHHAN, Proprietor.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 2.1 I'ATTON AVENUE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
fY Prompt attention (oven to nil orders, day or night.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plan6gand:SpecificatloiiP Furnished Application
We hare thorouKh mechanics in each line who hare hnd man; year.1 experience in their
bnslnese. We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction in onr avork. a low fcgurrs
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
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