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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Will be published everymornlng(exceptMon
riay) at tbe following rates strictly cash:
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Six Months 3.00
Three Months I SO
One Month 50
One Week tB
Our carriers will deliver the paier every
morning in every part of the eity to our sub
scribers, and parties wanting it will please
call at the Citizbn Office.
To Loan D. 8. Watson.
For Kent Wm. L. McAfee.
Wanted "A.," This Office.
Boarding 15H Chestnut Street.
Postponement .. B. Utokerson. Trustee.
CAI'VHT IN A DKAD FALL.
Fearful Fate of Forty UtrlH In
(i.Asntiw, Novemlier 1. The f;nlle
wall of a buildiiiK that was bring erected
alongside of Templeton's carpet factory,
on William street, was blown down to
day. An immense mass of debris fell on
the roof of the weaving department ol
the factory, crushing it in and burring
fifty girls and women employed in the
weaving room. It is probable that forty
of those buried are dead.
1 a in. l;p to this hour twenty-live
bodies have been recovered. Search for
more bodies is being vigorously prose
cuted. The latest estimate of loss of liti
bv the fall of the wall upon the carpel
factory is that fully fifty have been killed.
The loss of property aggregates $15,0110.
The building was MOO tcet long. There is
a rumor current that the foundation of
the building was laid over a disused ccal
The survivors ol the accident rcluti
that the sudden extinguishing of the
lights was the only warning. All niadca
rush for the exit, which quickly became
jammed. There most ot the bodies were
found. The tremor resulting from tin
fall of the building was lelt for a great
distance. The accident happened shortly
after the workmen had left the new build
ing. There were 140 girls at work in Uu
Went Hide Park Kates,
Nashvii.i.e, Tenn., Novemlcr First
race maiden twoycarolds fourhnlongs :
Mary K. won. Little Rabbit second,1
Miss Longford third. Time 55. 5:' i.
Second race thirteen six-teenths of a
mile: Mucker won. Cashier second, I'os
teral third. Time 1. an.
Third race mile and seventy yards:
Artindcr won, Hcrtha second, I'ellnicll
third. Time 2.50.
Fourth race two vcar olds six fur
longs: 1'alemers won, Armicl second.
Frank Shaw third. Time
Fifth race five furlongs: Hlnck I 'in
motid won. Gov. Koss second. Mediator
third. Time l.OtRi.
Sixth race five furlongs: Cntnorin II.
won, Haramboure second, (Wen Feari
third. Timet. ON.
The RettiuiuH of lien. Cranl,
Nkw York, November 2. A story wn
published in the newspapers here
this morning concerning the final dispo
sition of the remains ol the lute General
Grant which now lie ill the vault at Riv
erside I'ark. It was said by George V.
Chillis, of l'liiladelphia, that the body
would shortly be translcrrcd by direc
tion of the General's widow either ti
West Point or Arlington. Mrs. Grant.
when spoken to aboui the report tins
morning, said she was not at present
prepared to make any statement in the
Nkw York, November -. Uxports ol
Siecie from the part of New York, last
week amounted to $421, 2K4, of which
$(H,0f0, was in gold and $;i.")5,2:i4 silver.
All the silver went to Ivurope, and all the
gold to South America. Import s of specie
loi the week amounted to $351,272. ot
which $301, 7'.I5 was in gold and $4!.37T
A Humor Confirmed.
I'INKVii.i.K, Ky., November 2. Reports
from Harlan county, received yesterday,
verily the story that Judge Lewis and
posse shot to death six of the Howard
faction. Wils. Howard and Will Jenkins,
his lieutenant, escaped unscathed into
The Weather To-Day,
Washington, November 2. Indica
tions for North Carolina Rain; colder;
Dallas Kagle: Another bor has turned
thief. James L Dobson, a young man of
this place, a coupleot weeksagostoletwo
checks of fifty-four dollars a piece, one
from his father Mr. J. R. Dobson and the
other from J. II. Rutledge. lie then skip
ied and had the checks cashed at Un
commercial National bank, of Charlotte.
Mr. Rutledge went down to Charlotte
and secured his money.
Marion Free Lance : As a freight was
passing this side of Old Fort, the door ol
a cattle car came unfastened, and about
six or seven oxen fell out. (Inly two
hare licen recovered, and oneof them had
its jaw broken and its tongue badly cut,
ami one of its horns was broken off.
This hapienel last Friday night.
Continued BaricalnM at I.aw'H.
Ill order to reduce the stock in many
lines, during the rest of this month, a
large reduction will lie made on main
line and common goods, varying from
ten to twenty-five per cent. The lines
of colored glass must be closed out,
and is subject to twenty per cent, dis
count. Choice odd pieces hare ten jier
cent. off. Secial prices on all crockery
and glassware at 57,5!) and fil. South
Bought sold and exchanged. All tran
sactions guaranteed. Reliable informa
tion eheerfullv furnished.
W. M. Ci-akkk,
Grand Central Hotel.
On October 31, 18K9, by the Rev.
W. T. Parker, at his residence, Mr. Robt.
A. Parker and Miss Sue S. Barrett; all
of Buncomlie countv.
Bv virtue of n Meet, of trust dated July 'JO.
1 HHH, given by W. V. Carroll and his wile.
Gertrude Carroll, to secure payment of a cer
tain note, default in which has been made. I
will sell nt public auction at the court house
on Monday, October 'JH, allthntlot or parcel
of land on Beaver Dam street just leyon(l
Col. Wolsey's, with a frontajse 1O0 by 2i)7
feet. Terms reasonable.
ept21 d4t sun J. E. DICKKKSON.
The above sale postponed until Tuesday.
November 5. at 12 o'clock. Sale in front of
courthouse. J. K. DICKERSON,
A fiwr nic linnrilrm iurt 1m iiiiirnini iifit tfi
at No. 15 Chestnut street. Apply at once.
Rooms in a private fnmily by two younK
men for the winter. Should prefer house sit
uated among pine trees. Not particular if a
holt distance froi.1 the center. Address
"A," This office.
$1,000 to lean upon improved real estate.
Apply to I). S. WATSON,
nov3 dl't Heal Estate Agent.
Finely arranged rooms for offices and for
commercial agent. Alao, lare room, hi eh
ceiling, for clubs la building Nut. 28 and
SO, Pattos avenue.
WM. L. McAFBB, Trustee,
novS d3w Room 4.
An Old Newspaper.
The Hartford (Conn.) Courant, which
was first printed on October 29, 1704,
and has been published continuously ever
since under the same name in the same
town, is the oldest newspncr in Amer
ica. Its age is not a piece ut patchwork,
made up by grafting one ncwspaer
stock upon another, but genuine an
tiipiitr. It is older than the I'nited
States. On Tuesday last, its 125th birth
day anniversary, the Courant published
a fac simile of its first issue, and with par
donable pride recounted the story of its
growth. The secret of its long existence
is disclosed in the fact that it has always
deserved to live. We take tliis occasion
to extend the assurance of our distin
At Cagle gold mine, ill Moore county,
Monday, Ilea. Husser was killing fish
with dynamite. He attempted to light
the fuse of a cartridge and his pit.' at the
same time. His little son licggcd him to
throw the dynamite in the water. He
tlid not do so. The dynamite exploded,
tearing off both hands at the wrists and
inllicliug other serious injuries.
HAKKKTs IIV TKI.KVKAPH.
Money and Securities Cotton
I'rovlMioiiH and Produce.
MUNKV AMI SKCt'KITIKS.
Nhw Yokk, Nov. il. HxchaUKC dull but
Money ttylu, no toaus, closing oMcrcil at Ii
Sub-Treasurv balances tlokl, $lf7.i'77,
'MiO; currency, '.. UMi.ooo.
Ouvernment bunds dull but steady 4pri
cents, $1.27; U per cents, $l.uf2.
State bonds, neglected.
Xla.ClassA 2ar, lor, N()Pnc. Istmor Itl
Ala. Class H
S. Y. Central ...lmi'
ila. 7s, iiuirt loll
N.C. Cons., (s..lL'(i
. C. Cons., s
S. C. lti-ovii's...lll'i
N. & W. pld....
N. I'. pld
K'icll. .V Allc...
Tenn. Set., as....
do 1H,I ..
I el & Lack
l.ou. & Nash
Mem. .S: Char.
Nash. . Chut.
7 V K. .Nt W. I'oint
s IKock Island....
;ia ISt. Paul
11 Kil do pld..
1 1 iTcx. Pacific
11 iTenn Coal .NU'n oil
UM:l4:rnion Pacific l7
111 N. J. Central.. .lL'L'
107 iMo. Pacilic 117
M"M Western i:aion Ht,
U2 !Cottitl-seed Oil
Nkw 'okk. Nov. 'J. Cotton quiet. Suits
to-ilav ;iO"t bilks; initltllinu uplands lU.Vlti
middling Orleans 10 -1 . Total net rcci ipts
at all ports to-day 7,os'j. I-. x ports to t.rcat
Britain Xliih, Mock ;i.(.t,.Si.t hales
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 1 Cotton Net receipts
vmss m."7. rutiires closed steady.
Sales l7,7mi bales.
Nov lO.ofialil l Hi April 1 U.:t1 n 1 .,'(-'
ice lo.iM.ialo.lH Mav 1 o.on ut.4 1
inn lo.usal 11 Oil nine 1 o 7a to 4
Kcb Hi. Hi:i lo.i 7 ulv U r.J.i1o.."4
March ....1 0.1:4a 1 o. ."'.', AiiKiist.... in. .".7a U.i
C.ALVliSToN. Nov. il. --Cot ton steady, ii 7-1 ;
receipts il 1 Ho.
Norfolk, Nov. 'J. Cotton firm, it'i, re
receipts ;iU'.H .
Ha i.tim oh ti, Nov. 'J. Cotton nominal, t H'f,;
receipts UTt." 4.
Boston, Nov '.Cotton (pitel. lit:'4a 1 f i7H;
receipts l.'U .
Wn.MiMiToN, N. C, Nov. L. Cotton tirni,
'l-i,; receipts 1 ."."'..
rtiit..vnKi,i'iiiA, No . 'J. Cotton (luiet.Ui-ij;
Savannah, Nov. 1'. Cotton firm, re
Nkw OkI-Kans, Nov. 2. Cotton quiet, it
9-l(; receipts lL'h.".
Monil K. Nov. L'. Cotton inn. 11 7-H; re
MKMl'His, Niv. 'J. Cotton steady, H it 1 :
Arot'STA. Nov. 1'. Cotton firm, it 7-Hiail '.;
CliAKl.liSToN, Nov. LV Cotton firm, 'J;,n;
I'KOVISIONS AMI I'HliHt CK.
Cincinnati. Nov. 2. Flour quiet. Wheat
sundy mid li t in No. 2 red 77n7H. Corn
No. 2' mixed ::,'i:i.t".i.i Oats No. 2 mixed 22.
Lard ti.on. Bulk meats quiet. Whiskev
Chicaoo. Nuv. 2. Cash quotatitinsto-da
were us follows: Flourdtill ami easy. Wheat
No. 2 red 7-"'h- Corn No. 2 .t2"v Oats
No. 2 is. Mess pork it.(i2i.ait."5 Lard
'i.o7io. Short ribs ri.;tOa".:.ii. Whiskey
Nkw Yokk. Nov. 2, Southern Hour Hull
and heavy. Wheat quiet No. 2 red -s2;l4a;ts.
Corn dull and tirm No. 2 41',. oats dull
tint steady Dee. 2C-(4. Cotlee Nuv. 1 4 4Hi
1 4 "o. Suuar refined quiet. Molasses for
eign noiiiin.d; New (trleans tpiiel. Cotton
seed oil dull. Lard western steam t .do.
Freight" hardy steady Cotton 1 "i-tiln'l ;
train ."! .
Popular with tourists, families and business
Electric cars pass the door.
HAU LS HKOS.,
We will rut) two ilflivorv
Wilsons. Tho n'fcssity for
this Ii.ms licen cmusciI liy our
hirt'l.v incrciisiny: triiilc,
mil k i it impossible to il
livcr with oncwnoii. Thi'ri'
hiive liHii coinpliiints (mihI
justly, too) lty some of our
rustomers at not having
i'ooils delivered more
promptly. With our addi
tional facilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready larf 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 guaranteed
to be as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWliLL & SNIDER
PITA CURED BY OLD SPECIALIST
LI I V PHYSICIAN.
I I I 1 BottIe "ifdicinc Free. We war
III J rant our remedv tocure the worot
cases, and the only physicians who do thin to
prevent your being imposed upon by men
usinK falae name and who arc not loctor.
Because others failed is no rcaROf for not
usiiiK this medicine, (iive Express and Post
office address. It costs you nothing. Adthess
Asnhel Medical Bureau, 291 Broadway, New
Four first-elass Houses for rent. Fur
nished completely, anil splendidly loca-
ten. Apply to i. s. a 1
oct 24 dtf Real Estate Anent.
A vnnn 11 lnflv whn iinilpnitnnrlii ttttintr and
fitting dresses. Apply to
A purchaser fr a 5MI acre tract of land on
the French Broad river; 120 acres bottom.
Apply to NATT ATkl SON & SON.
To boy at private sale or auction on the
2Hth, a part of Mrs Pleasant' lot on French
Broad avenue. Applv to
Oc23du" NATT ATKINSON & SUN.
BUY A PAIR
AND "BRACK UP."
It is a Shoulder Mrace and
No Harness simple un
like all others.
Promotes tree respiration
of the lungs.
Prevents children becoming
stooped or round shouldered.
A perfect Skirt Supporter
Physicians everywhere rec
Kasily adjusted and worn
All sizes for Men, Women,
Hoys and (Sirls.
The cheapest and only re
liable Hrnce in the market.
Over one hundred pairs for
ii.RKirwoon & co.
A few items well worth your
Clothing of all grades, cor
rect stvles and cut, excellent
ly made, and at reasonable
Ditto, several desirable lots
well below value.
Hats and Shoes, from cele
brated makers, from low
priced grades to very fine a
moderate expenditure will
now yield lots of appearance
and service also.
Prime value in Ladies and
Low priced and Fine Dress
floods. Silks, Velvets. Plushes.
Staple Pry (Joods, I'nder
wear, Hosiery, (iloves. Lm
broideries. Laces, Handker
chiefs, Mens' Furnishing
(loods and Small Wares.
H. Hkdwooii & Co..
7 & Patton Ave.
(Successors to Vn!tcr B.dwynH
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans .Securely Placed at 8
Noinry I'ub.k- Cunimissimirn ol I k-pIs.
OFFICK MontheaHt Court Square.
Real K"ie Brokers,
And i Investment ! Agents.
offices: N'. flu South Mnin t. Second floor.
FOR SALE !
rll-lloKSK IIOII.KK AMI HNlll.Nli.
COWER MOKTISKK AM) HOKliK,
FOOT POWKK MOKTISKK,
OAK, ASH, WAI.M T. CIIUKKY, I'lNK
AND POI'I.AK LC.MI1KK,
NEW HliKKINC SAFE
W. E. WILLIAMSON & SON,
ASHKVILLK, N. C.
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
33 Patton Avenue,
(Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
apr2ri 1 y
J. V. BROWN & SON,
OVER J. E. DICKERSON'S HARDWARE STORE.
Embalming aod shipping a Hpcrialtr.
Calls attended night and day.
TBLBPHONB NO. 65.
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For wile at Wholesale nnd Kctuil hy
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive Anents ( Ilomentic and Slcam I for intern North Ciirolinu.
Order from jourfirocer, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is made in Asheville,
And 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 vour (i rocer for the above Bra nds, manufactured by the
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
39 T H E SHOE S T 0 R E,-39
KICMoVi:i) TO NO. 3!l I'.VTTON AVI-M I-.
Special Atteiilion Given to "Style" and "Quality" of (iood.
Hcrrinjj & Weaver, - Asheville, N. C.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHKVILLK, N. C,
It-:i ii titiilty liteatt-il in a Ktovc of nnks nnd white pine, with no i)utt or noisr, nt the cor
uiT iI' Dak nnd Wutnltin streets, nenr the Fttnnlc CoIIck' only three squares from the
We have a tiuiuiier of elcKi"tl.v-furnisht(l rooms to accommodate hoardert who desire n
nice, tiiet plnce, nway from the iiotels. Nice rooms, new furniture. Rood fare, tirst-clast
conking, at reasonable prices. Also, hot nnd cold Imths.
Dr. T. J. HARGAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
AM modern nnd Intcst improved method for trentinw chronic diseases of the luns
throat and nose, by the inhalation of vaporized and atomized ihiids by the pneumatic nnd
compressed air apparatus; also Compound Oxygen in connection with the vnporized Bal
sam (the balsam obtnined from the natural balsam trees near Asheville.)
We also manulacturc n Home Treatment of the Compound Ox y Ken, which is, equal to
the office treatment, nnd will be sent on application b express, on receipt of price,
Our success here for the past three years with this treatment has been phenomenal, hav
ing cured many cases that were pronounced hopeless, whose it u mis and resiliences can be
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. Ky permission we leiei to ihc following well-known
Kentlemcn of Asheville : K. J. Aston, ex-Mayor ; .1- K. Keed, Cicik i-. a. Court : Kev.(. C. Ran
kin, pastor First Methodist Church; Rev. W. A. Nelson, pus tor First Haptist Church; H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson.
T. .. HARGAN, M. D.
LIIWIS MAIUJUX, Pre
L. V. Mcl.orw, Vice-rres.
Dikkctors: Lewis Maddux, M.J. Rcardcn, M. , Fotk. J. K. Rankin. J. K. Rny.J. E. Reed
S. H. Reed, Oco. S. Powell. C. M McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
iASHCVl LI.l, N.C, FEBRUARY 1st, 1K89.
OrRanized May t8t, 18S8.
CAPITAL, $50,000. - - SURPLUS, $10,000
STATR, COUNT V AN1 CITY DEPOSITORY.
Does a General Hanking RusinesB. leposits received. Exchange bought and sold. Col
lections made on all accessible points. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
Onnllsumsin this department, deposited for four months or longer, interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special nttention given to loans on real CHtate. which will e plneed for long time on real
son able terms
Open trom u a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturdays the Saving I nrtment will bettjH-n till fi p.m.
A majority itersois have the impression
are only palatable in warm weather. While this is true in -n measure as regards koha
watkk, ";iN(;KK AKtC" is an exception, owing to its wakmino (pialitics. UINGKH
AIK is essentially a VlTKK Beverage.
Private families tan order through their llrocer, or from the Factory, ii17 Haywood
C. H. CAMPBELL.
KOPP & LICHTENBERGER
Sugars al whoUs.de prices.
A full line of Teas, at prices to suit all.
New Valencia Raisins, Currants, Leghorn
Citron and Turkish Prunes.
Uuecn Syrup, just the thing on warm cakes.
Don't forget we are Headquarters for
Coffee. We roast fresh every day. and grind
to suit the purchaser.
-a8 PATTON A VE.-
TLANTIC COAST LINE
On nnd after this date the following ached
ules will be run over its "Columbia Division."
No. 53 Leaves Columbia S.20 p. m.
Arrives ntChnrleaton 0.3O p. m.
No. 52 Leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columbia 11. B5 a. m.
Connecting with train to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia it Au
gust a and Columbia & Greenville Railroads,
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. Apt.
.1. P. DEVINE. Gen. Sunt.
W. D. ROWE,
ITALIAN & AMERICAN
All kinds of Monu
Headstones, V rn s
and Vases made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE, ft C.
Yard At Buncombe
Plan, and .peciAcattoii. prepared and esti
mates jriren, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House 8aare
AshcTille, N. C. maySOdlT
AT RETAIL, t
. Ii. RANKIN, Cashier.
that CARHONATKD BKVKRAUKH
Mince Meat. ' Mince Meat.
We commence to-day making a fine grade
of Mince Meat. In this article we use the
very best ingredients - Hand-Puked Apples.
Good Beef, New Valencia Raisins. New Cur
rants, U'ghorn Citron, Pure Sugar and the
Finest Liquors. It is nil ready for use. We
brand it ASHEVILLE MINCE MhAT.
A very desirable six room Cottage,
with dressing rooms, kitchen, etc., fur
nished. Good neighborhood andnleas-
ant surroundings. Address
octa d3t - p. O. BOX 591, City.
ASHEVILLE, N. C. Oct. 112. lKH'.t.
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.
Will he held at the office of the Company In
Asheville, N C, on the
FOURTH WEDNESDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1889,
Being the 27th day of the month.
Geo. P. Erwln,
See. and Treas.
HAN FOND N. LOCK WOOD.
Broom, Whisks, Hearth and
Mill and Factorjr aradea a soccialty. Quo
tation, and Mm pies free. fcblftdlf
Through the NATIONAL STOCK BX
CHANGB, 918 P 8t., N. W., Washington,
D. C. Brokers In Stock, Grain and Oil. Com
missions and Margins satisfai-torr. Bxcln
sire ad rice. Orders by Mail and Telegraph
promptly uecated. an28 d3m
H. T. COLLINS. President.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from Distilled Wuter. Office: No. ;$()
I). C. Waddkm.,
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK
In Western North Carolina.
Tin's 15,-nik is authorized bv the State Treasurer to receive
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for lour months
or longer, and certificates of deposit issued for same.
- IIIKKCTORs 1
.1 1 KAWYKK,
Rev. .1. L. PAHHOLL.
.F. (J. MARTIN,
North Public Square,
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, - DOORS
Glass, Putty, Uuie, Plastcnnfc Hnir. Shingles, Laths, lfencin I'usi. All kinds of puilUim;
A Full IJiic of Mantels and Mouldings,
jprOrriers will receive prompt attention. tkhlOtllv
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
Dealers in Wall Paper, WtndowSltade.audPatentHancer,
1'nints. Oils and Varnishes. M usury's Mixed I'aints and Colorx. Window ('.last, both
French and American
We keep in stock St. Louis and Kentucky !.t-ad. tehfidl v
W. T. PKNN1MAN.
PENNIMAN & CO.,
JOBBRK8 AND tlBALBKS IN
Hi A! RID
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO..
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COHMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 23 PATTON AVHNIT.
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers.
pfr Prompt attention given to nil orders,
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification Furnished on Application
We have thorough mechanics In each line who have had many years' experience In their
business We can safely guarantee onr patrons satisfaction in our work, a low figures.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric LihU. Gas. Hot and Cold Water Baths and Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOVVHRAN, Proprietor.
THE LEADING '
WINE . AND , LIQUOR , STORE v
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
3. a. KaaQi'ABDT, M'cr, I NO. 43 S. MAIK ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C.
K. E.EAGAN, Sccrctaiv
W. V. BAHXAiti), Lawrence Pulliam,
Vice President. Cnshier.
W. W. RARNARI).
I). C WADDKLL.
(i. W. WILLIAMS.
Of WilminKton, N. c
W. R. PltSNIMAN,
dnv or night