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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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call at the Citizen Office.
Schedule Street Railway Company.
Will Meet To-morrow.
The annnual meeting of the Asheville
Tobacco Association will be held Mon
day, September 2, at 4 p. m., at the
Farmers' warehouse. Officers will be
elected to serve the ensuing year.
E. I. Holmes, Secretary.
Have we made a offer like this ; it lasts
only till October 15: Best triple plate
knives, full size, $1.75 per set; dessert
size $1.65 per set; a good white handle
knife $1.00 per set; fine celluloid knives,
worth $3 a set; a fine assortment of
carving knives and forks in proportion.
Also, spoons, forks, castors, and every
thing in plated ware, very cheap at
Mrs. Pilfer What leads you to think I
am so very strong ? Neighbor's Girl I
heard pa say he Iwlicved you Id make a
shoplifter with a little training.
If a dollar or two, now and then, will
help you in saving, what's the use of ad
vertising when example does the talking.
Come and sec the reduction anil manner
of reducing. Low rates to all points.
W. M. Ci.akkk.
K. K. Ticket Broker Grand Central Hotel.
Fall overcoats just received, equal to
merchant tailor work, at Whitlock's.
At Fatti's farewell performance in
Buenos Ayrcs she was called out thirty
two times. Any man who takes his wife
to the theatre can do better than that.
Fifty pieces fruit of loom, twenty pieces
10-4 sheeting, line dress goods, one hun
dred dozen handkerchiefs, two hundred
dozen ladies' and misses' hose at cost, at
Brown It's terrible the way these
coal dealers cheat you. There's not
more than twelve hundred in that ton.
Little lohnnv Perhaps, dad, the coal
man weighed it on the same scale as you
weighed that tweuty-pounci nsn you
MARKETS BV TELEURAPH.
Money and Securities Cotton
ProvlHlonH and Produce.
MOKBY AN1I SKCI'KITIKS.
Nkw Yokk, Aur. Exchange quiet umi
Sub-Treusury balances Gold, Slo.-'U),
mill! ninvnrv. Sll I. MM4..0I Ml.
Government bonun, dull but steady to tirni
I per cents, 91. UK; y2 per cents. l.uu.
State bonds dull and leaturelcss.
Ala.ClasaA !iu5 U: N ( l Vac. lstnior Do
Ala. Class U.38..11ll,
N. Y. Central ...107
Ga. 7s, inort loiM4
N. C. Cons., (is. .127
N. C. Cons., 4s urttj
S. C. Brown's.. .102
Tcnn. 6s KHS
Tcnn. 5s 101
Tcnn. Set., 3s 7:l',3
N. Hz W. ulil..
N. 1'. pl'd
Kich. & Alle
R. At W. I'oint..
Virginia us 4
Viririnia Cons... 3f ISt. Taul
Northwestern ...112', I do pl'd 115
do old ...l:i(.jTex. Pacific 21',
Del&Lack 17 iTennCoultelron 4-Uk
Ene 2' l nion racinc .w
Bast Tcnn wJn. J. Central... 1 1":
Lake Shore lt)4l,ilo. pacific 74:l
Lou. c Nash 71si Western Union h!S'
Mem. & Char... 02 Cotton-seed Oil
Mob. & Ohio 14 I Certificates B3,
Nash. & Chat... Bli (Brunswick ...
Nbw York. Auk. 31. Cotton iiuict. Sales
to-dav 182 bales: middling uolands 11
middling Orleans ll1. Total net receipts al
all ports to-day 5.H2M. Exports to Great
Untain U.UZO. stock tij.wui Dales
Nkw Yokk, Aug. 31. Cotton Netreccipts
0; gross 72. Futures closed dull but steady
Sales 27 .01)0 bales.
Sept 10.5llal0.57IKeb KMl.1alO.04
Oct lo.l'Jali).20 March l (Limit 10.1
Nov U.i7a a'JNlAnril lo.lftulo.l
Dec U.U3a U.U4IMav Ill.22al0.23
Jan O.UTa O.UMJune lo.2Kulll.3o
Galvbston, Aug. 31. Cotton steady
11) 15-1K: reeeiots 119rt.
Norfolk, Aug. 31. Cotton steady, ll1;
It a i.tim or r, Aug. 31. Cotton quiet and
firm, ll&s; receipts 0.
Boston, Aug. 3 1 .Cotton quiet, 1 l'"'al 1
Wilminoton, N.C., Aug. 31. Cotton firm
llVl: receipts O.
Philaiiblwiia, Aug. 31 Cotton firm, 1 1S;
Savannah, Aug. 31 Cotton steady, 10;
Nkw ohlkans, Aug. 3t. Cotton easy, lllfe;
MoHll.B. Aug. 31. Cotton quiet, 11; re
M bm phis, Aug. 31. Cotton quiet, 11; re
Augusta, Aug. 31 Cotton firm, lt;receipti
Charlrston, Aug. 31. Cotton steady
104; receipts l do.
PROVISIONS AND PROIIUCB.
Cincinnati, Aug. 31. Wheat in good de
mnnd No. 2 red 70. Corn No. 2 mixed 35
Oats No. 2 mixed 21W. Porkll.uo. I.ard
6.12taa6.25. Bulk meats firmer. Bacon
ntronu-er. Whiskev stcadv.
Chicago, Aug. 31. Cash quotations to-day
were as touows: f lour quiet, wncuc xo
2 red 771v. Corn No. 2 33. Oats No. i
1SU. Mess pork II). 37V. I.ard 0.10. Short
rihs5.OOaS.05. Whiskey 1.02.
Nbw York. Aug. 31. Southern flour dull
Wheat weak new No. 2 red 4laH4l.Corn
lower No. 2 Oats dull hcol. 2,,.
Coffee Sent. 15.25al5.3l). Sugar refined
firm, in fair demand. Molasses quiet. Kice
in moderate demand. Petroleum steady
Cottonseed oil quiet. Lard firmer and quiet
western steam 6.52 'i bid. returns firm
Street Railway Schedule
with thrbb cans running beginning at
M.53 A. M.
I.euve Square for Depot every hour and half
Leave Square for Melke's 15 minutes after
Leave Square for Melke's 37 minutes after
Leave Square for Doubleday 7 minutes after
Leave Square for Doubleday 45 minutes after
Leave Melke's for Square and Depot 23 min
iitea after each hour:
Leave Melke's for Square and Doubleday ev
rrv hour :
Leave Loubledav for Square and Depot 53
minutes after each hour ;
Leave Doubleday for Square and Melke's 30
minutes after each hour;
Leave Depot for Square and Doubleday 30
minutes after cAch hour;
Leave Depot for Square and Melke's every
These cars begin regular schedule from
Square at a. m. aauy, except sunuays,
,hin thev beirin at 10 a. m
A special car will leave Doubleday at 6.30
a. m.. except Sundays, pass Square at 6.37
and reach Deoot at 6.50 a. m.
A ear will leave Melke's and Doubleday at
6.53 a. m. daily and arrive at Square at 7 a.
m. Doubleday passengers change to train
car at Square and arrive at Passenger Depot
at 7.1o a. m.
A car will leave Doubleday at 7.45 a.
daily and leave the Square at 7.63 a. m. for
Spartanburg train. The train car leaves
Melke's at 7.63 and Square at 8 a. m for
KiuKrtanbnra train also. Take first car.
possible. These cars for Spartanburg train,
returning, will go as far as passengers on
thetn require. After 9 a. m. train car will
nt trains, as usual. All cars bctore 9 a. ra
run independently of the number of cars run
ning on acneauic alter mai nonr.
WITH TWO CARS RUNNING BEGINNING AT 8.63
jcave Square for Depot every hour and half
Leave Melke's for Square and Depot 23 min
ute after each hour ;
Leave Doubleday for Square and Depot 63
sninutes after each hour;
Leave Square for Melke's 5 minutes after
each hour ;
Leave Square for Doubleday 36 minutes after
Leave Depot for 8quare and Melke's 50 mut
ates after each hour ;
Leave Depot for Square and Doubleday 30
minutes after each kosr,
For destination of all cars sec signs oa out
aid rs. or ask conductors.
aBaggage to and from trains will be
called for at, and delivered to, any house in
Asheville for 5c. for each piece.
XH8 A8HBV1LL8 STREET XY. CO.
A tish ! hay fever choo! conven
tion ntichoo ! will be held arashoo!
at Bethlehem, N. H., next month arash
rw.rt 1i.,tw1,ii1 ohrwi1 .nits slinrt flllfl
lonir nnnts. $2 to S5. durable and styl
ish, at Whitlock's.
It's n cood thine for Columbus that he
is out of the wav. If he had to locate
th cVi.iw nf 'm it would lw a touuhcr
jqb than discovering America.
Better Than Bloody Battles.
ru..1 lVli..;itiift- Wlsnti Suva! "Mv
ex)erience in the English army as well as
in America, convinces me that nothing so
purities tne diooo or aims to uk uraiui.
vigor and lite as ackct s i-.ngnsii muuu
Hlixir." This great remedy is sold under
a positive guarantee.
Popular with tourists, families and business
Electric cars pass the door.
We will run two delivery
Wilsons. The necessity for
this has been caused by our
largely increasiiif? trade,
making it impossible to de
liver with onewaji'on. There
have been complaints (and
justly, too) by some of our
customers at not havin
ooods delivered more
promptly. With our addi
tional facilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready largo trade, and prom
ise to meet all competition
Our stock, as heretofore, will
be kept up to the highest
standard in quality. All
goods sold by us gnarnntml
to be as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
Xow arriving. Special bar
Fine Dress Materials.
A nice lineof Plain anil Fancy
Flannel Suitings for Jackets,
Sacques and Dresses. Nice
for these cool mornings and
Habit Cloths, all shades.
Some nice qualities in La
dies' Waterproofs at .2.7.".
f :..) and 4.()0.
Full line Fmbrellas just in.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES,
7 & 9 Patton Avenue.
One Price Strictly.
GENERALCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mosaic Tile and Cement work u specialty,
Grates, RnnKcs and Boilers set.
lluildiiiKK moved and repaired in first class
Sewerage, Drainage and traps for the same
thoroushly understood and promptly at
Office: Wolfe lluildinK,CourtIIouscSluarc,
Asheville, N. C. muy3idly
E. V. JONES,
Harness & Saddlery,
34 North Main St.
My stuck of Harness ami Saddlery Guotls is
now complete. I am olTerinK ut remarkably
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGY AND COACH
Harness in Drafts, Nickel and Kul1er Mount
ings. I have special styles of Single and
Double II arness in
PURITAN MOUNTING, ALLHAND MADE
In Saddles and Bridles my stock comprises
all styles from a 2.S0 Morgan to an Im
ported English Saddle.
Linen and Momie Lap Robes
and Horse Sheets, just above cost to make
room for Pall goods.
For the remaining part of August I shall
make special inducements to buyers.
in Ladies' three-horn Baddies, made in pig
and chamois skin. au22 dly
94 S. Main Street.
1 lair brushes, Cloth brushes,
Tooth brushes, and Nail
brushes at manufacturer's
prices. 1 laving purchased
a job lot of the above men
tioned goods, I am offering
them at half the usual price.
I carry a large assortment
of Patent medicines and will
meet the prices of any com
petitor. I buy all goods for
cash and give my customers
a corresponding benefit.
(ioods delivered to any
part of the city free of charge.
Kemeiiiber the place,
FINE MINERAL AND TIMBER LANDS,
TO UK SOLD IN
Transylvania County, N.C.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court
of Transylvania county, North Carolina, tin-undersiKiii-d
as executor of lilizur Tatton.
liee'd, will sell at puhlic auction at the court
house door in the town of Brevard, on
Monday, 1 Day of Sept. 1889,
All that tract of laud lyinji on Cathey's
creek, known as the lilizur Button specula
tion land, containing aliout One Thousand
l-'ivc Hundred acres. The land is nciessilili
and lincly timliercd. It is situated about
miles southwest of Brevard and lies parallel
to the l-'riilih Broad river, aliout two miles
distant from the same, and about two miles
tistaut frina the proposed line of the C, C.
1. S: C. raiti-'tad. Also the same distance
from the Baltimore, Aslu ville and Atlanta
railroad line as proposed. There are nni-iu-
lications of Iron, l.iine and other tnineralson
the land. It is well adapted to grazing pur
poses and can lie conveniently divided into
small farms. The land will lie sold to i.wike
assets to pay debts and lor final settlement,
Terms One-third cash, balance on six and
twelve months, with note and interest on
same at H m-r cent. Title reserved till last
pavment is made. I'urehasir lias privilege of
paving cash in full of ainiiutlt of sale it he de
sires. Title guarantecu. i-or luriaer noor-
mntion apply to or address the undersigned
or V A. Cash, AtCy, Brevard, N. C.
Full description and plats of the land can
be seen on file in the office of the Clerk of the
Suiicrior Court of Transylvania county
Chas. C. Patton,
Executor of lilizur Button, ilcc'd.
St. Mary's School,
Raleigh, N. C
The Niiu-ly-l-'iftll Seini-Anniial Session be
gins MONIIAY, Slil'TliMBhK 12, INH'J.
For catalogues, address the Kcetor,
REV. BENNETT SWEDES, A. M.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ronald MaeDonald, II. A.,
The scholastic year will open
WlillNliSIlAY, SliBTliM BliK IN.
Terms For Board, Tuition in allliranelie
and every expense, $:ioo per annum. lnv
scholars $ho per iinmim.
For fin tlu-r information audress REV. II.
H. Bl'lil., Asheville, N. C, until Sept. 1 ;
after that address MH. RONALD MACllON
ALU. Head Master. tu!27 d2m
English and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
( For many yean Associate Principal of Mt
Vernon Institute. Haltimorc.)
ABsistcd l.y a corps of com pen tent teachers
The course nf instruction includes the usual
KngHrih branches with French and Latin
Extras Music. German, Art Needle Work,
Painting on China, Dancing and Riding.
SiK-cial attention given to the training of
little girls. augl dam
Soar tan bur ir S. C.
Jag. H. Carlisle, LX, D., Pres.
Seven Professors with correspondingchairs
or instruction, ottering two A. u. courses, in
one of wlm-h Modern Languages are suostt
tute' fnr Greek.
Terms for entire session of eight and one-
nan months: i uttion. u; xuaincnation
FALL SESSION BEGINS OCT. 1, 1HH9
For Catalogue and further information ap
ply to J. A. UAM UWbLL,
Secretary of Faculty, Spartanburg, 8. C.
WOFFORD COLLEGE FITTING SCHOOL
SPARTANBURG, 8. C.
The Third Session begin October 1. 1HN9,
Board in the Institution, 910 a month;
Tuition, f -MJ a year.
A. C. REM BERT. A. M.. Head Master,
For farther information apply to the Head
Master. aula a tsepi tu tn sat su
The store now occupied by 8. KIHck at a
Ladies' Furnishing and Pancy Goods Store,
under Swannanoa Hotel for rent. Apply at
store. auo aiw
Jellico Mountain Coal
Standard Coal Co., E. Tcnn. Coal Co.
For suk at Wholesale inul Retail ly
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive Agents (Domestic und Stcainl for Western North Carolina.
From your(Jrocer, even for trial, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
Hecause it is made in Asheville,
I'ut 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 the above llrands, manufactured by the
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
THE SHOE STORE,
NO. 30 SOUTH
While wc Have the Finest and
Wt .'ilsii have the clivujicsl. Cull ami see
OAK STREET INN,
ASHEVILLE) N. C,
Hcnutifullv located in n grove of oaks and white pine, with no dust or noise, at the cor
ner of Oak and Wood tin street, near the Female
We have n number of elegaiitlv-iitmisheri
nice, ifiiirt plate, away from the hotels. Nice
kniK. at reasonable prices. Also, not and coal nailiM,
Dr. T. J. HARGAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND-MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modern and latest improved methods
throat and nose, tiy tlie innaiatnm oi vaporized
eomnressed air apparatus aiso 4. omnoiinu i ts
sum (the balsam obtained fmin the natural
We also manuiacture a Nome i reainicnt
the otticc treatment, ana wm nc sent on application ny express, on receipt oi price,
Our success here for the past three years with this treatment has been phenomenal, hav
ing cured many cases that were pronounced hojK'less, whose names and residences enn be
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. Hy permission we refer to the following well-known
gentlemen ot Asheville : li. J. .sion, cx Aiayir; .1. iv. Keen, t lerK i . . Louru Kev. o. t. . Kan
kin, pastor First Methodist Church; Kev. W. A. Nelson, pastor First Baptist Church; H. T,
Collins, Co.pt. NU Atkinson.
KWIS MADDUX, Frcs
L. V, MCLOI'I. Vice-Frcs.
Lewis Maddux, M.J. Bcarden,
it. Keen, l .CO. ft. I'OWCIl. Al . AlC.jOUO.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, :
ASlHtVlLLB, N. C, FKHRDARY 1st, 1S(.
Organized Mny 1st, 188H.
8TATH, COUNTY AND CITY DKFOSITORY.
DtK'S a General linn kirn; Itnsincss. Deposits received. lixehanc bought and Sttld. Col
lections made on all accessible points. The Saving Feature will receive sjK'cial attention.
On oil sums in this department, deposited lor four months or longer, IntcrcHt at the rate
of 4 per cent. ier annum will be paid.
Special attention tfiven to loans on real .'State, which will nc placed for Ions time on real
Open from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving Dc, artment will hcopcntill H p.m.
WINE .-. AND .. LIQUOR STORE v
IN THK STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MARQI ARDT, M'K'r. I NO, 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C.
I.ean5 ul Building Lots
Bl NCOItlltH COUNTY, N. C.
Skyland Spring is a new resort, laid off in building lots, eiht miles south ol' Asheville, on
the A. V S Knilroud and the Hcndersonvillc Pike.
THE FINEST COLLECTION OF MINERAL SPRINGS IN THE STATE.
Twenty-seven Springs Chnlylwute, Alum, Iron, Epsom, Sulphur, Magnesia, and Freestone
pure, cold and health Riving.
Fine Hotel Finished and Opened
For "all the year "round," with low rates and lest cf rooms and fare.
Several buildings are jtoiiiK up. Saw Mill and Planer making lumber riuht in the place.
For a short time, choice lots arc offered very low to settlers or investors.
Grand views, level lots, wide streets, pure air, fine water,
OTIS A. MILLER. Proprietor.
may 10 dGm
CAMPBELL'S TONIC BEER.
Medicated specially for family use, is one of the healthiest beverages ever introduced, as
scores of families in town can testify. It is emphatically a TONIC, slightly laxative, frill reg
ulate the bowels, promote the action ofthc liver and purify the blood. IsSTRICTLV vegetable
and non-intoxicating. Endorsed by the Medical profession. Order direct from Factory.
C. H. CAMPBELL,
LADIES' NEW FURNISHING STORE.
Silks, Flushes, White Goods,
Lacts, Embroideries, Rib
bons, Art Needlework Mate
rial, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
Gloves, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear, Lambrequins, Table
Covers, Pillow Shams, Tidies,
etc., etc. Lessons in Art Em
broidery and Stamping free
to all who purchase material.
Kid Gloves fitted to the hand.
Stamping done while you
Comer of llsJn ud Willow Streets, trader
Co., Proctor Coal Co.,
Most Fashionable iood in
College, and only three sitiarcN from tin
rooms to accommodate boarders who desire a
rooms, new furniture, good tare, first-class
for trcattntr chronk diseases of the liinus
and atomied lluids liy the fineumntic nncl
vgen in connection wttn tnc vnoorizeo lia
balsam trees near Asheville.)
oi iac t.ompound tixygen, which is, ctjual to
T. J. HAH1.AN, J?l. II.
I. K. RANKIN, Cadiier,
M.J. FnRK.J. U. Kankin.J. B. Ray, J. K. Reed
- SURPLUS, 910,000
917 Haywood Street.
W. D. ROWE,
ITALIAN- AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
GRANITE MONUMENTS, ETC.
All kinds of Monuments, Tombstones, Head
stones, Urns and Vases made to or
der In the latest design.
Asheville, N. C.
A NBW DBBD. carefully pirnared by lead
mjr members of tbe A.berflle bar on
attest parenment atta near, oat paper), cor
ering all necessary points, jvnt oat and now
on sale at the office of tbe CmsBR Pnaustt.
iwt On . Hn a North Conrt Honars. flaniotf
H. T. COLLINS, rrcsident.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice nuule from Dintillod "Water. Office: No. ao
Ol'l-ICK OF CllMI'THOl.LliH OK Tlllil
WnsliiiiKton, August 15, 1880.
Wiikkhas, liy satisfiictory evidence pri"
sented tu the undersigned, it has lieen
made to iipjieur that "THE NATIONAL
HANK OK ASHU VILLK," in the City of
Asheville, in the Comity of Hiineomlic
and State of North Carolina, has com
plied with nil the provisions of the Stat
utes of the United States, required to lie
complied with licforc aiiassociatiou shall
In-authorized to commence the business
Now. therefore, I, HDWAKI) S. LACIiY.
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby
certify that "TUB NATIONAL BANK
OH ASHIiVILLH," in the City of Ashe
ville, in the County ol Iliuieonibc and
Stale of North Carolina, is authorized to
commence the business of Hanking as
provided in Section Fifty-One Hundred
and Sixty-Nine of the Revised Statutes of
the United States.
In testimony whereof, witness my hand
and seal of ollicc this lot li day of Au
gust, 188U. Iv. S. LACIiY,
Seal. Comptroller ol the Currency.
;i;0. F. SCOTT, (Successor to Doubleday & Scott,)
North Public Square.
WINDOWS, - BLINDS. - DOORS,
Glass, Dutty, I-iine, I'lasteriiiK Hair, Shingles, hatha, Fencing 1'osts. All kinds of VuilftttnK
rf'Ordci will receive prompt attention.
FITZPATRiCK BROS, & ROBERTSON,
Dealers in Wall Paper, WliidoM Hliades and Patent Hanger,
1'nints, Oils und Varnishes, Musury'a Mixed Puint8 and Colora. Window Glu8, Lot!
French and American
We kerp In stock St. ),onis und Kentucky !-cad. Ichodly,-
W. T. FliNNlM AN.
ASIIEVIIXE, N. C.
OUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
THE "HICKORY INN.'1
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights Gas, Hot and Cold Wntcr ISiiths and Toilets on each Hoor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOl'VHRAN, Proprietor.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN & 10HNS0N, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 23 PATTON AVENUE.
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers.
fj-lTompt attention irtven to all orders, day or nlirht.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND S1UATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plauand Specification? Furnished on Application
W. hay. thorough mechanics In ,Kh line who h.ye had man, years' experiene. h, thett
business. We can saJcly guarantre our patrons satismction in our work. low flgurea
BALLARD. RICH & BOYCE,
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
W. K. PBNNIMAN.
STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,