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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Will he published every morning (except Mon
day) t the following rata-strictly cash:
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Onr carriers will deliver the paper every
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scribers, and parties wanting it will please
.all at the Citizen Office.
For This Week 1!. V. Jones.
The National Hank of Asheville.
Now Is The Time Fulenwidcr : Hro,
Our ten Hollar suit in sacks and frocks
cannot be matched elsewhere at t lie price,
at Wmtlock s.
n I'irrsnn Aw. old cliainic, so its all
over lietween you and Miss Kake ? Fitz
Noodle Yaws. Ic Pierson What was
the cause? Kit Noodle I nut ocasuy
brnt of a brother put red (icpper on my
Onlv a few davs more. Dry goods at
cost at Whillock's.
MAKKETH BY TELEtiKAPH,
li;,tI, (-all- A letter was received
here vesterdav, bv a friend, from Mr. Hal
M. Worth, qj Worthville, giving among
titer t hint's an account of the killing ot
a huge rattlesnake, which was first dis
covered playing with two little children.
The reptile was killed in the yard of Mr.
Win. Catlinu. who resides six miles from
Ashcbore. Mr. Catling was almost par
alyzed to see, on the day in question, his
two youngest children playing in high
glee with the Huge rattier, iie n
tuuate enough to lie able to kill it before
its anger wns aroused toward the little
ones who were playing with and caress
ing it, all unconsciousof its deadly nature.
When killed, his snakcslup was measured
and developed a length of seven and one
half feet, and was found to have twelve
rattles and two buttons. It was av
awful looking "varmint" and almost
inspired awe and fear after it was killed.
The escape of the little folks from a fear
ful fate was almost miraculous.
Statesville Landmark: As a freight
train on the Western North Carolina
railroad approached the crossing at Bel
mont the colored settlement two miles
east of town, last Friday afternoon, the
engineer saw a colored child on the tracu.
He blew for brakes and reversed his en
.rinc hut rould not ston in time. The
child was struck and knocked into the
ditch. The conductor ordered that a
physician be sent for, which, lieing done,
it was ascertained that the child had re
ceived contusions about the head and
one of its lips wascut but the injuries were
not serious. It is a child of Lafayette
King and is about twenty months old.
When first seen by the engineer it was in
side the rails, but it must have gotten
out on the end of the crosslies and lcen
struck by the end of the pilot or by the
Bridal and Holidav.
The new goods in solid silver, plated
wares and fine porcelain and glass at
l.juv's stores, onnosite nostuffice, are
worthv of attention. All are asked to
visit this store. Hesides fine wares, the
line of staple crockerv, glass, cutlery, is
oneot the best in the South. A good
grade of ware and low prices always at
Money and Securities Cottou -provisions
SIUMV AN1I SBCI'KITIKS.
Nkw Yokk. Sept. H4-. Exchange quiet Imt
stead v. . . . , . ,,
Moheveasy. Ul jiiT, closing oflcrcd at J.
Sub-Treasury balances l.olii, 1;5,0I,
0O0; currency, $tfl,31.0(HJ.
Government lunula (lull but steady t per
cents, $1,127; per cents, Sl-Ofi-V
State bonds, entirely neglected.
Ala. Class A I'll.-. UH-IVjINO rac. isrmor ...s
Ala. Class U.0..11il'.sN. Y. Central ...H.
On. 7s, inert 1(:H4N. (k W. pld B;,
N C Cons.. s.. iatl Northern Pac.
N. C. Cons.. s BTfcjN. P. pld...... .
a r. itr.,u-n'M lllli 1'neiticMail .'!
Id Kenning -...--j
1111 Ikiell. Allc ''(H,
7-lV., K. : W. Point., li-"s
4M IKock Island loli:,s
35 ISt. Paul '-'i
lliH do pld llo'i
1 1 Tcx. Pacific -'"i
17 ,Tcnn Colli fc: I'll !-' t
, ysirnion Pacific
, l(i;(4N. J. Central. ..l--;',s
.lda'-siMo. Pacific 7'k
. 77TstVeateni I'uion M-Vs
. (ill cotton-seed Oil
. liltjl Certificates od'i
. (.ItltmBrunswick 11
W. C. T. V.
The reiular monthlv meeting of the
W. C. T.Y. will he held at Johnston's
Hall, Thursday at 4 o'clock p. m. Im
portant business. Other tcmeniiicc
Orders will lie represented. Let all the
memliers lie present.
K. A. M.
Asheville Chapter No 25, will meet to
night to confer the R. A. degree. Com
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 see the reduction and manner
of reducing. Low rates to all points.
W. M. Cl.AKKK.
K. K. Ticket Hroker ('.rand Central Hotel.
Firewood and Kindling Any kind,
size iirmtantitv at 21! North Court Square.
' A. H. & C. B. Lyman.
We will close business on Thursday.
Call to-day for bargains in all lines, at
The instinct of oppression is in allot' us.
liven the meekest sewing woman, when
her prices are knocked down, revenges
herself by felling her seams.
Dunlap hats, Melville hats, stiff and
soft, new, stylish and elegant, at Whit
lock's. "The worm tW.t dicth not" is the
cotton worm. lie comes around to take
a boll as regularly as the bar-room lieat
conies for his lunch.
Silk hats, latest styles, small and lull
shajies, at Whitlock's.
The S. I'. C. A. is hereby notified that
the hustle has gone out of style and that
there is a long dreary Winter More the
Boys' hats, children hats, handsome,
durable, cheap, at Whitlock's.
When a thing is fashionable it is said
to lie all the rage. The rage is mainly
with those who cannot follow the
Now is the proper season for fall over
coats and underwear. The liest stock of
both at Whitlock's.
Tenn. Set.. 3s
do pld ...
IH-I & Lack
Mob. A: Ohio
Nash, it Chat..
NKW York. Sept. '1. Cotton (lull. Sales
to-do v 3(11! bales; middling uplands 11',.;
miildfing Orleans U-. Total net receipts
at all ports to-dnv 3C,..1f,o. Exports to (.rent
Hritain C37; I'l ancc 1 1-'7; Continent . on.
Stock 1M9.9K1 bales
NEW Yokk, Sept. Cotton Net receipts
O; gross 13". Futures closed steady, cuic;
"(.( loo bales.
Sept U.-T.nl 1.271 March 1(1. 1 Said. Ill
Oct 1 (.( lO.l April lo.'-laio.'-'..
Nov 111. 1( laid II May iu.oouio..,
llee lo.o3:ilo.o!.Inc 10.3(al(l 3,
Jun 10.(l(alo.O7IJulv ui.ni.
1-eli lo.i laiii.irii
Gai-vkston, Sept. 2. Cotton easy, m-V
receipts of(l9. .
Norfolk, Sept. 2. Cotton steady, lo:
Baltimore, Sept. 1'. Cotton quiet, U'-s.
receipts o. ,
Boston, Sept. 1!. Cotton (inet and easy,
tli4all:hi; receipts o.
Wilminoton, N. C. Sept. 1!. Cotton
steady. 1 o'; receipts sli. .
Piiii.AnKi.i'iiiA, Sept. i.' Cotton quiet.
Savannah, Sept. -'. Cotton easy, Kl.l-lb.
NKW ORLEANS. Sept. 1M- Cotton easy.
l(l"; receipts 12733.
MOHILK, Sept. 11 .. Cotton iinct, 111, K.
receipts L".ll. ..
M em ems, Sept. "-'. Cotton hrm, in1,, re
ccipts ,. ....
ArnrsTA, Sept. 2 Cotton easier. Klo-ll,.
receipts 111. .
Charleston. Sept. 2. Cotton steady,
Kl'a; receipts 2"25.
34 S. Main Street.
Tooth lmislu'S. and N j i i 1
liiushfs jit liiaiiuhu tiin'r s
lU'icos. Ilaviiifi," luiicluist'd
a job lot of tin' abovi' nicii
tioni'd fi'oods. I am offeri an
them at half the usual prift'.
1 carry a liirge awsortnii-nt
of I 'a tent nit'iliciiips ami will
meet the priics of uy 'oiu-
lii'titor. I lu.v all oods for
cash and fA'ive ni.v custonu-rs
a corresponding bciiciit.
(loods dclivt'it'd to an.v
part of the city frccof cliarjic.
Kciiiciiibcr the pliicc.
Jellico Coal, Wooldridge,
Jcllico Mountain Coal Co., Pro, tor Coal Co.,
Standard Coal Co., 15. Tenn. Coal Co.
l-ur sale at Wlmlvsak- ami Kt tail hv
ASHKVILLE COAI. COMPANY,
Exclusive AKi'Xttt iltcmustic and Sitaini lui Wcstirn Nmlli L an.lina.
K. H.JiAGAN, Sccretnry
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Iff made from Distilled Water, Office:
From yourdrocer, even for trial, our
llei aiise it is made in Asheville.
Itut we ledjL!,'e our word for it, that no
WHITER 13KKAD, IJIKCUIT, ROLI-S,
Can be made from any imported Flour.
Is the most popular straight floods in this market.
Ask your (irocer fortheabove Inl ands, manufactured by t In
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
HERRING & WEAVER,
H.REDWOdD & CO. THE SHOE STORE,
I'HOVISIONS AN O I-HOIU'CE.
Cincinnati, Sept. 2 1-loiir. more active.
Wheal in Kio(l demand, stron t: No. 2 red
7Mn7MU. Corn No. 2 mixed .'111. O.'ds -No
2 mixed 22. Pork 11.2.-.. l.ard r. H;-,. Hull;
meats strong. Whiskey steady 1 .('2.
Ciiicaoo. Sept 2 C ash ipioln t ions lo-da
were as follows: Floor linn. Wheat So 2
red Com No. 2 .'U.i,a:i1 Hats No.
2 IiHd. Mess pork U.on. l.ard fi.oo. Sliorl
rilis r.2('a5.2r. Whiskey 1H2.
New Yokk. Sept 2. Southern Hour firm.
Wheat firm and umct No. 2 red C.J.4loJ.
Corn firmer, fairly active No 2 H jall-H.
Oats steady hut quiet (let. 2(1-h. Cotlee
Oct. l."i.ri.",nir.lhl. Sujfar refined iinet hut
steadv. Molasses foreign nominal; New Or
leans iiuiet. Cottonseed oil (piict. Turpen
tine ipiiet and weak. Pork (uict and firm,
l.ard higher western steam (.(!. Freinllls
firmer Cotton ;-:i2H.
Popular with tourists, lamilicsand husiness
Klectric cars pass the door.
The pug Hop fills many a man with the
disappointing thought that he might be
handsome if he were only ugly enough.
The theory that stimulants weaken
the voice gets a back-set when one meets
a man howling drunk.
Centemeri and Harris kid gloves for
driving and street wear, at Whitlock's.
BoulH & Brolherton,
Plumbers and Gas Fitters, havechnnged
their place of business from 22 to 36 I'at
FOR THIS WEEK
We are going to offer some real Rood Bar
gains in onr line. Heavy Nickel and Brass
Coach Harness, 't Trace, Full Patent
Leather Collar, $37.50, former price $5;
Single Buggy Harness, Iiavis mounting $25,
nickel $17.50. In
For both ladies and gentlemen, we are going
to sell at New York prices, net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, full pig seat, and Skirt, $0; next
duality $30; Men's Imported English Tree
flat seat. $30. formerly $33. For Horse
Blankets and Whips we are headquarters.
Full Whalebone Whin $1.S0 to $2.50. Best
Buggy Whip in town for 75c. Good Buggy
Cushions $1. 8peeial prices In whips to Liv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Direct from the MANI'FACTURER and can
sell them cheaper than any one in town. Bl
beron, all wool, in yellow and brown. 82x83,
$10 per pair, sold last year for $15; Fawn,
76x80, solid color, $8 per pair, sold for $10
last seaaoa.' Wc have them in all styles and
prices to $2.78 per pair.
These are special prices for this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 Tim Main St.
Wf will inn two (lclivci-y
Wilsons. Tin' necessity for
this lms lii'cn mused by our
l.irjA'el.v increiisiiifi' trnde,
milking it impossible to de
liver with onewiiti'on. There
have been eonipliiints (nnd
justly, too) by some of our
customers ut not having
goods delivered moir
lironmtlv. With our addi-
tioiml fiieilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready large trade, and prom
ise to meet all competition.
Our stock, as heretofore, will
be kept ui) to the highest
standard in quality. All
goods sold by us guaranteed
to be as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
XTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION ! .
A FASHIONABLE tVtm !
RELIABLE AND ONE PRICE.
We shall show in a few days
full line of
sorr am. stiff J I ATS.
New goods arriving daily.
rnusual bargains in all lines.
NKW I'AI.L BRKSS .OOOS.
I'nexcelled for style, tit and
make. Hlegant designs, lash-
II. REDWOOD & CO.
DRY GOODS. FANCY GOODS. SMALL WARES.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HATS AND SHOES,
7 & 9 Patton Avenue.
No. 494- ,
(M-l ll li (II- L'OMI'TWII.I.KH OF Till: I
Cl KKIiNCY, I
WiisliitiHlon, August 1". ISS'.I. J
W'hkkkas, liv s:itisl'iietory evi(leiKeirc
sciiled t(i the imilfrsijjneil, it hns hecn
,,U- to .-(JiK-.-.r th.-,t "Till' NATIONAL
HANK OK ASUKVILI.i;," in the City of
Asheville, ill the County of Hiiiiooinlic
iitnl Suite of North Carolina, hns eom
plied with all the provisions ol the Stat
utes of the I'nitcd Slates. rc(iiirul to he
eoiii)lieil with Uloie aiiiisoeiation shall
be authorized to commence the business
Now. therefore, I, hl'WAKIlS. L.U UY,
Comptroller of the Cnnency, do hereby
certify thai "Til 15 NATIONAL HANK
Ol' ASIUiVILI.i:," in the City of Ashe
ville, in the Comity ol Pimcoinlic and
State of North Carolina, is authorized to
conmunec the business of Hanking as
provided in Section Fifty-One Hundred
and Sixty -Nine of the Revised Statutes of
the I'liited Slates.
In testimony whereof, witnissiny hand
and seal of office this Ifithday of An
gusl, INSil. I'.. S. LACI-V,
Seal. Comptroller ol the Currency.
LARGEST SHOIf! STORK i'S THE STATE.
CALL AND SKF, US.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHl'VIU K, CM
IWnutilully tnciilvti in a nvc (t t.aks nnrt wliiU- pirn-, with mi tltt r tn.isr. n. Uu on
HtTit IlilK nilll nitailim Siui'is, imu mv i-n-."i -"i .'. :
Wc Ikivc mimlirr nf 1 1- aiitlv-furnishnl rooms to rucoiitni-.thilc hoiuib is w h" iK-sirt :i
nice. iuii t phut', nwity from tlu- hoti-ls. Nur room-, tu w tariiitun , :"" hm-hw"
ookiiiK. rriieuiimmr iJin.r. i.i
Dr. T. J. IIAR;AN, Proprielor.
CCMPCUKS OXYGEN Af!D MlDiCATEO BALSAM VAPOR.
All uiciik-ni and latest inipr.ivcd incth.uls fur Ircnllni; ehmiii.' .litciKcs .11' the lunus
tlinml aiul nose, h, the inhn!-ni.i!i ol vnnonzt-d nun ntoimzc.i riuins iiv uu- piu-iHu.oic inn.
nnuircwcil air apparatus; also (.'ompoiiiMl ( is.vki n 111 conn, cu.m w.tn inc va oncn nui
snm (the hnlsiim iilitninc.l from the natural l.aisain trees iicnr Aslu-vi'li-. I
Wc also inanulacture o Home 1 rea,iueii. ... -.,,1. ( w.v... yt.
the office treatment, and will be sent on application li express, 011 receipt ot price, SI J.
Our success here tor tile past three vears with li.is trend nt has been pliinonienal, nnv
iuc cured manv cases that were pronounced hopeless, v. host i....n,s ami rcsideiucs can be
.mnimil bv ca'llinn at the Sanitiiriuiii. bv permission w. le.ei 10 ,he follnwmK vvell-known
gentlemen of Asheville : H.J. Aston, ex Mn.,r;.l. K. Keed. . .. Court; Kcv.C. C.Kan
kin pastor First Methodist Church ; Itev A Neison. pst.,r 1-irsl ifaptist Church ; II. 1
Collins, Capt. Nntt Atkinson. .
1). ('. Waihhxi..
. V. u.. m,
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE
Largest and Oldent Hnk in Wcst rii North CaroHiiu.
W;lh well established connections this Hank has unsurpassed fucilitics in every brunch of
lUHKi rilKs :
.1 P. SAWYKll.
Hpv. .1. L. 'AKK(U
.. (1. MAHTIX,
W. W. HARNAKI),,
1). V, WADDKLU
(i. W. WILLIAMS,.
Of Wilminjtoa, N. C'.
(;lO. F. tsCOTT, l Successor to Uonbleday ci Scott, I
North Tublic Square,
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, - DOORS,
.imc, IMastcriiJK Hair, ShiiitfU-s, Kuths, Fcm injj ('wt. All kinds of Huilditig
fijr ( irdcrs will receive i
h'KAL ICSTA TE.
GWYN & WEST,
I stuccessors to Vn:ter B.Owynl
I.1CWIS MAlllH'X. I'rcs 1.. r. IHI.01 I". (cc-i-rc 1. r.. ijm.i, .ii..n.e..
,is Maddux, M..1. Ilcai.lcn. M.J. I-iikk. .1 H. K.111UI11. J. li. Kny.J. li. Keed
S. II. Reed, (ieo. S. i'owcll, C. M Mcl.oud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
.ASHIiV. I.I.I!, N. C, l-'HHRl'ARV 1st, 1SS9
- OrKaniicd May 1st, 18HH.
ESTABLISHED 1881 capital, ss,ooo. . .
Sl.tlll, LOIMI fliMIVn. I'l'., ,.-," ' .
lines 11 C.-ilcial llankiuc Husiness. Iicposils received l-xchaiiKC bought and sold. Co!
lections made on all accessible points. The Suviiik l-cntiire will receive sk ciiii ntlcnlion.
tin till sums in this department. icfulteil lor lour months or loiiRcr, interest at ihc rat,
f 4- per cent, jx-r annum will be paid.
Special attention civen to loans on rcul estate, which will oe placed for Inns time on real
Onen from a. m. to 3 p. m. On Sulurdtiys the SaviiiK lui artment will beoiR-n till ti p. in.
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
i oana KrrnreH Placed at 8
Comniissioners ol liceds.
OKFICI5 MoutlieHHt Court Square
Real K-i'e Brokers,
And i Investment t Agents.
Offices: No. flu South Mnin st. Second floor.
Tin; l.i-; a ii;;
. . WINK AND .'. LlOUOis. .. STUKli
IX THIi STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C.
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
ncalcrf, in Wall Paper, WindowHliaiKsnnrtPatcntHaiiKer!.,
'Hints, Oils anil Varnishes, Masurv's Mixed Paints niul Colors. Window Class, boll:
French and American
We keep in stock St. l.ouis and Kentucky '.(.ad.
w. K, rv.WM.N
IMAN & C0.,
-tnllllKIiS AMI ltK.ll.KKS IN
.HjALRl D ; WI AIHM
ASIIIiVJLLK, N. C.
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO,
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COKMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
ONE NIGHT ONLV,
FRIDAY, SEPT. 27.
Mr. Sawyer announces with pleasure that he
has nee urea inr reax avt,xi,
And a full Dramatic Company for the above
date in her etijojame success,
LA BELLE MARIE,
OR, A WOMAN'S VENGEANCE.
Laughter and Pathos
HANDSOME GOLD MEDAL
For the best Skater at the Rink,
Wednesday. Sept. 25.
Admission, Only 10 Cents.
S5.00 IN GOLD
To the Best Coatnme In the Carairal Mon-
J. A. MABQI AHHT, M'K'r.
will otlcr for sale those Two
Beautiful Business Lots
Just south of the linifle Hotel block on South
Main strc t nnd in front of the Swnnnanoa
Hotel. Front a tect, runninK back 1 .'n icet
One .store House,
AdioiniiiK the uliove lots, l'.rxl(i feet. The
house is 4V stories hijlh.
1 will nlso sell
8 Beautiful Residence Lots,
In that fine grove on French Ilroad Avenue.
just opposite JuriRe Mcrrinlon's residence, on
the same day.
These lots arc
35 1 1,a Ecet Front.
RunninR back '."JO feet.
Terms of Sale i
One-third cash, balance in one, two anil
Sale to take place on the property on
October ist, 1889,
At 12 o'clock, m.
W.M. COCKE, JR.
aept22 d toctl
Bcau'iful Building Lots
SKY LAND SPRINGS;
BUNCOMBE t'Ol'NTV, N. C. I
kvlan.l SoriiiKs is a new resort, laid on in buil.l inn lots. ei ;nt nines muhii oi .isucvi.ic. on ;
Inc A. ,V . Klllirouu a..'. 11.1 , in,,.. i. t
THE FINEST COLLECTION OF MINERAL SPRINGS IN THE STATE.;
Twenty-seven Springs Chalybeate, Atnm. Iron. !?twim, Siilphtir, Magnesia, and Freestone
lir, twin uii'i iinimi H 1
Fine Hotel Finished and Opened '
For "all the year 'round." with low rates and I est of rooms and fare. !
Se veral building's are going up Sow Mill ami I'lan.r n.iiKini; luinoer ngni in me
For a short tone, cnoice lots nr.- oncreo very tow , . n.,,. ,va..o.
Uraiui views, level lots, wide streets, pure air. fine water,
OTIS A. SIILX,KR, Proprietor, j
n.HvK) d.lm j
CAMPBELL'S TONIC BEER, j
dedicated siKciully for family use, is one of the hcnlthicst beverages ever introduced, us
. .if., t. 1 ....:..nil.. 1flKlIf', liohtlvlnvfltive. will fee'. !
scores of families in town enn iei..y. j ,
iilatcthe bowels, promote the action of the liver and purify the blood. IsSTRlCTI.Y vegetable
Bndorsed by the Mcdicul profession. Order tllnet froni I'actury.
C. H. CAMPBELL,
317 Haywood Street.
KOP1' & LICI1TEN1JEIMJEK,
WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS AT.
t No. 28 Patton Avenue,
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY.ee-
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 23 PATTON AVENUE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
r.r Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night
A store where yon can bnv everything in the wny of Table
S.,p?fiei!Jhe"Twe will keep . fell line of Fine Groeenes.
Produce Woodenware. Baskets rlrooms. etc.. etc. A full
line of fine Confectionery. We will roast onr ow nconee. .lai y
on the n rem ises. and will grind it fresh for every customer in
No. 66 8. Main St.. suitable forsmaP. tore. Sur Mmmotn MrVlT which run. by electric motor.
WM. JOHNSTON, IK
88 N. Main
Finest Line of Fancy Cakes and
.mm wn In mt-K bed raoni. fullv furnished I
and n.oal attention, with or without board.
High location. Bsceneni waier.
it ,w tmr in .nnlv to
Crackers lu the City.
GIVB t'8 A CALL. We are agent, for OamhriU'a "So-nM-'.Hv."
Plnnr. the Premier Brand of America
These goods will lie .old at ROCK BOTTOM PRICKS
and WILL I1B DbLIVBRIiD PROMPTLY TO ALL PARTS
I OF THE CITY.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND CAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCIIITHCTCRAL IRON WOKK,
Plans and Specifications Fumfrlcd en Application
We have thorough mechanics in each line who hare had many years' experience In their
business. Wc ean safely guarantee onr patrons satisfaction in oar work, a low ngure.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
an7 dtf 168 CHB8TNUT TREBT.
Mpt 8 dlmo
K 4IUK- JJW