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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Will be published eYerymorninsjfexceptMon
dny) at the fallowing rateti strictly cash:
One Year $(i.00
Six Monthr S.00
Three Months I SO
One Month 00
One Week IB
Our carriers will deliver the paper every
morning in every part of the eity to our sub
scrilers, and parties wanting it will please
rail at the Citizen Office.
For Rent Geo. P. Scott.
Trustee's Sales W. B. tlwyn.
Huii'h Cotton Review
Nkw York, November H. Tlie Stiu's
cotton review says:
Futures oeiied firmer on further im
provement in the Liverpool market,
while the scare about the forthcoming re
port from the agricultural bureau was
worked for all it was worth, still there
were many who believed the position had
been discounted. Receipts at interior
towns were large, and at M) points ad
vance from recent inside figures. Many
were inclined to realize profits. I'nder
this influence the early advance was lost,
but the close was steady. Cot ton on the
spot was dull and weak.
Those new soft Caps for gentleman arc
the latest out, at the Hon Marchc.
A Steamer wrecked.
Kaltimokk, Md., November S. A ca
blegram was received here to-dav by
Hatterson, Kamsey & Co., agents for
thejohnsou line of steamers, stating thai
their new vessel Ouccnswarc, which left
here October 2" with a large general
cargo, was wrecked on the coast ot Ire
land and was a total loss. All the crew
were saved. The cargo was valued at
Another invoice of Spcllinan's Iierbies,
the neatest and nobbiest shape, equal to
the best makes at less price, only at the
Card of Thanks.
I return many thanks to my friends lor
all the kind favors that were shown my
deceased brother during his illness, and
for the carriages that were offered for the
use of the familv and friends at the bur
ial. Respectfully, J. T. Jl -stick.
New lot Crush Hats just in at the Hon
The Weather To-nay,
Washington, November 8. Indica
tions for North Carolina Clearing in
southern portion ot South Carolina;
cooler, except stationary temperature
near the coast ; southerly winds.
Cientlemen's Fine I'liilcrwearat greatly
reduced prices, Hon Marchc.
Washington, Novembers. Bond oilcr
ings to-day aggregated jjiii'.ts.iiiu); all ac
cepted, at l.(lf"j for four and halls and
1.27 for fours.
Fine line gentlemen's Kid. I'ry Cash
mere anil Cloth ('doves, llun Marchc.
V.. W. Barrett, the Washington corres
pondent of the Atlanta Constitution,
who two weeks ago started to interview
the outlaw Rube Burrows, has not turned
up as was expected, and fears are enter
tained that he has been murdered by the
outlaw. The Constitution has tele
graphed for an investigation as to bis
Cheapest and Stylish Press shirts. Bon
A bloody tight is reported from Browns
burg, an inland town of Rockbridge
county, Va., yesterday, in which three
persons are reported dead or fatally
wounded. The difficulty was between
Dr. R. J. Walker, a prominent physician,
and Henry Miller, a well known and
wealthy citizen. Miller being charged
with insulting Walker's wife.
MutTers, Handkerchiefs, New Scarfs.
Windsors. Bon Marehe,
A Visit to I.aw'M
China and Silver Store. New goods
being opened every day ; many are only
small lots, to be closed out at once,
as twenty-live Reticules, leather trimmed,
at fifty cents: twenty-five sets Individual
Butters, at fifteen cents per set. All is
confusion there, but there are lots of bar
gains in both new ami old goods; but
call there earlv and often.
Kaii road Tickets
Nought S(M and exchanged. All trau
sactinns gtiarantccd. Reliable inibnna
tion eheertiillv turnished.
W. M. Clarke,
irand Central Hotel.
UreHH MakliiK and Millinery.
Miss Nellie Labarbe has secured the
services ot" an experienced Northern dress
maker, and is prepared to do fashionable
dress making for her patrons in connec
tion with her millinery establishment.
By virtue of the provisions of a deed of
trust executed to me by F. M. Rhinchart and
wife Lucimla A. Khinelmrt, dated the 1st day
of.Mflv. 1MMM. and reniHtered in Hook ll at
uaiie 122 of mortuajce records, in the olhce
of the Keifister of Heeds of Kuiieoinhceoiiiitv
North Carolina, to seiute the payment of a
certain note with interest as therein men
tioned. I will sell at public auction for cash
to the highest bidder at the court housdoor
in Asheville, North Carolina, on Tuesday, the
loth day of December, 1 NfS'.t, at 1 Li o'clock
in., the property described in said deed of
trust, adjoining the lands of Hearden and
other, on the east side of Depot street, in
Asheville. North Carolina, natri county of
Buncombe. Betfinninp at Bearden's, former
ly Hamnton's. S. V. comer, on the east mar
fjin of Depot street ami runs with said east
margin S ' i K 70 ;eet to a stake, thence N
HO'-'i - K 1 5- leet to line oi Lisnev s estate,
thence N. 1H14- W K" feet to a stake, theme
S T;tiJ A' ia feet to the heuinninK, reference
beinK hereby made to the record of said deed
ol trust lor n inner an more periect uimi
tion of the same. This November t,
nov9 tUt sat V. B. OWVN, Trustee.
By virtue of the provisions of a deed of
trut executed to me oy f . W. Kninenan anu
wife Lucinda A. Khinehart, dated the 27th
dny of April, 1SH0, and registered in Book 1
at pae 203 of mortgaKe records in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Buncnmbecounty,
North Carolina, to secure the pyment of a
certain note with interest as therein men
tioned, I will sell at public auction forcash to
the highest bidder at the court house door in
Asheville, North Carolina, on Tuesday, the
loth rinvof liecember. 1HK9. at 12.30o'clock
p. m., the property described in said deed of
trust, being a lot of land on the west side of
Depot street, ana at tne corner oi a nurrow
iitrcet, lane or alley that runs from Depot
street north west warmy to tiaywooa street,
nnd bought by said F. M. Rhinchart from R.
8. Traoier. fronting 50 feet on Depot street,
and extending 160 feet along said nnrrow
street, beinz 84- feet wide on the back,and
the other line bemg feet, and being more
lully descnoed in said deed ot trust, reterenee
to the record of which is hereby made for the
same. This November 9,
nov9 dt sat W. B. GWYN. Trustee.
House of two rooms, on West street,
Doubleday, for rent.
Apply to GEO. F. SCOTT.
nov9 dl w
Onto MISS LANCE if von want cheap
jvinnnery, ncxi uuur w ruBiwuw.
oct30 d tf
A white Cow, atrayed from my premises
yesterday morning. Parties taking up same
will please notify me.
nuvd2t J. A. BRANNER.
A brlirht. intelligent bor. Quick at flirares
and writing a good hand. Must not be ai raid
to soil nu nana. Aoaress
iotH dt BOX 386
MARKETS BY TELKGRAPH.
Money and Securities Cotton -I'rovtslons
MONKV AND SKCITKITIKS.
NKW Vokk, Nov. 8. Exchange quiet but
Monev easv, 3n0
Sub-Treasury liulances Gold, $I07,-H.-000;
Government bonds dull but steady tper
ccnts.$l.l!7; V2 per cents. Si. (!:,.
State bonds, dull and tcuturclcs
Ala.ClussA Ua5 lorn,
II.. J-loua U 1 I ttt
Mil'fie. lstmor til'
N. Y. Central ...loll.a
N. Jit W.pl'd 67
Northern rue. itlHa
v t, .1.1 Til.
N.'c. Coils.. '6s!. li'-tii,
V I ' l',,a J.u 11.-.
IV .. -5, f. ... . - B
S. C. Browu's...loai..I'aeitie Muil 3-'2
-,. u.....i;.r .111:1..
Tenn. Set., 3s..
Pel .S: Lack
lol u'Kich. .Si Allv 1!-'
7 -HiK. & W. Point.. U3
4S iKoek Island SClj
37 ISt. Paul -
11L"I do pld Ill
1J Tex. Pacitic L'ol4
i:l!H..!Teiin Coal Jcl'n
iw:t: II-.,;.,.. i. r.7l .
10i.;N. J. Central. ..llii'-j
I.aKe Cliore .nu. i tM.nn
Lou. .V Nash sijWcstem 1'niun S-l-'s
Mem. K Char... t'J jCotton-secd nil
MobS: Ohio Certificates 33'4
Nash. A: Chat. ..loo ,Ilruuswiek -7i4
Lake Shore 1!
Nkw Vokk, Nov. H. Cotton tjiml. Salis
to-dsiv lfiU-' bales; iniddliilK uplfillds lol,;
micldl'iiiK Orleans lllU. Total net receipts at
all ports to-day 3il.s7-'. Hxports to l',iv:it
Britain -'lliCil.'Coiltinetit G4-71. Stock t',.V.
NEW Yokk, Nov. . Cotton Net receipts
r,7s; cross f4-10. Futurescloseil verv steady.
Sales 1 l-.3oo bales.
Nov 10. 12a to. IS! April lO.L'alo. 1",
lee lil.l.alu.ltiiMiiv lo.."0;iln.,"l
lan lo.lsato l'.i'lune to ,-7alo .is
.'eb 10.aiall.-'7!julv to 03a lo li t
March .... 1 o. 34a 1 0.3.i August 1 o.tiTa 1 o.C'S
Galvkston, Nov. 8. Cotton tiriu. ll-lii;
Noki-olk. Nov. x. Cotton linn. S l.i-li;
Hai.timokk, Niv. h Cotton.iioiuiiial. in1.:
Huston, N'v. 8. Cotton quiet, lO'ViHO...;
U ll.Mi.WTnx. N. C, Nov. s. Cotton tu rn,
PlIILAIiKLl'lllA, NOV. S CottOU lirill, l'";,
Savannah. Nov. s. Cotton stemly. !';
Nkwi iki.kans. Nov K. Cotton tiriu.U ll-lo;
Moiiu.k, Nov. s. Cotton lirni. '.",; receipts
MKMI'HIS, Nov.S. Cotton steady, 11 ll-lo;
ArorsTA, Nov. S. Cotton linn. '.-.,; receipts
Cuaklkstos. Nov. s Cotton tn HI.
t) 13-10; receipts oSl'j.
I'Kovisions a n u rnnm ci-:.
Cincinnati. Nov. s -l'tmir quiet. Wheat
barelv steadv No. - reil 7. Corn No. i
mixed 31 nats No. - no veil L'L'i I.ard
.".s.",. Hulk meals linn. W'lnskcv 1
ClllCAilo. Ni-. s Cash quotations to-da;
were as follows: l-'loursteadv Wheal No -red
7tl.. Corn N... . 33. Hats N... - I
Mess pork u.-.a'.i. 1 1 I.ard 3 .!- I . a."..
Short ribs.".iaia.i.L'.. Whiskey l.oj.
Nkw Yokk. Nov. s Southern tloiir quiet
and steady Wheat irrecular N". 1" rnls;;i(;,
s:t-(j. Coril quiet anil weaktl No L -t 1 ' -.:i-t L'.
Oats nioderatelv active N o -i',-!. Collet
Nov. 14 0llnl4. 7o. Sticar relimil linn. Mo
lasses l'oreien nominal; New i h leans qui, t.
Petroleum refund 7 .'o. Cottonseed oil
quiet. I'ork un ss inspected I. aril western
steam 1,.4'Ji j. I-rci;hlsc
f.ruiii 41 -..I i.
i'uinilar with tourists, tiimilio and Imsine!
liltctrif cars pas tin- di'ur.
KA WI.S HKt S..
We will run two dclivci-.v
wagons. The necessity for
this lias liei'ii causi'il by our
largely iiicreasinn' trade,
inakiiifi' it iiiijiossihle to de
liver with one wai'oii. There
have lieeTi coiiiilaiiits (and
justly, too) by some of our
customers at not having
"oods delivered more
promptly. With our addi
tional facilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready larn'e trade, and prom
ise to meet all competition.
Our stock, as heretofore, will
be kept up to the highest
.standard in quality. All
fi'oods sold by us iuaranteed
to he as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
"MILLER BROS." S5
ire AMERICAN, and the BEST.
LEADING BUSINESS PENS.
And Nos. 75, 117, 1, AcMB.
LEADING STUB PENS.
And Nos. 119, 102, Grant Pum,
LEADING LEDGER PENS.
And Nos. 101, 606,
LEADING SCHOOL PENS.
AND PIOS. M4. 10.
The Miller Bros. Cutlery Co., Meriden, Conn.
M ANrFACTURBRS OP
Steel Pens, Ink Erasers and Pocket Cutlery.
FOR 8AI.E AT
J. N. Morgan's Book Store.
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY,
TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12.
ORIGINAL NHW ORLHANS
AND UNRIVALED GOLD BAND.
Composed of strictly higb-clasn Artists, in
cluding the most marvelous of all
IMrtct Iron the Tycoon's Royal Troupe of
Grand Street Parade.
.. 1 OO
On sale Saturday at J. P. Sawyer's.
15UY A l'AIH
AND "BRACE UP."
It is a Shoulder Urat e and
No Harness simple un
like all others.
Promotes free respiration
of the hinji's.
Prevents children becoming
stooped or round shouldered.
A perfect Skirt Supporter
Physicians everywhere rec
Kasily adjusted and worn
All sizes for Men, Women,
I'.oys and (iirls.
The cheapest and only re
liable Itrace in the market.
Over one hundred pairs for
II. REDWOOD & CO.
A few items well worth your
Clothing of all grades, cor
rect styles and cut. excellent
ly made, and at reasonable
Pit to. several desirablelots
well below value.
Hats and Shoes, from cele
brated makers, from low
priced grades to very tine a
moderate expei diture will
now yield lots of appearance
and service also.
Prime value in Ladies' and
Low priced and Fine Dress
(ioods. Silks. Velvets. Plushes.
Staple Dry (ioods. Under
wear, Hosiery, (doves. Kin
broideries. Laces, Handker
chiefs. Mens' Furnishing
(ioods and Small Wares.
II. Kkhwooh iV Co..
7 1 'at ton Ave.
KhWI. JiS T. 77;.
Wai.tmk II. C.wv.v.
W. Y. W'KST.
GWYN & WEST
(Successors to Wa'tcr B.Ow.vn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans .Securely Placed at 8
OFFK'K-SoutlteaHt Court Square,
Real K"te Brokers,
And i Investment t Agents,
OtlitTs: Ni. ."II Suth Main St. Second floor.
I'inely nrrnnped rooms for oHices and for
commercial agents. Also, inre room, ntun
ceiling, torelulis In tniildings Nos. liM and
30, 1'atton avt nue.
M. McAFIili, Trustee.
mv3 dUw Room 4,
A imrclinser for a oo acre tract of land on
tne ! mien itroiHl nver; ii acres rmttom
Api1v to NATT ATKINSON Ht SON.
Mrs. S. E. Chalu-rHn has re''ovetl to .r'
Church street, convenient to evirvthin. i:x
cellcnt heds. nicely furnished rooms and first.
class tn every resject. novs dl w
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT i TAILOR,
25 Patton Avenue,
1 Next to Grand Central Hotel.)
apr2l 1 y
J. V. BROWN & SON,
OVER J. E. DICKERSON'S HARDWARE STORE.
Embalming and shipping a specialty.
Calls attended night and day.
TELEPHONB NO. 65.
: AT RETAIL, i
BEST ANTIIliACITE COAL
For anli' at Wholesale anil Retail by
ASIIEVIIXE COAL COMPANY,
lixelusive Akhhs illomestic anil Steam) for V.'istern North Carolina.
Order from your Grocer, 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 your Grocer fortheaboveHrands, manufactured by tin
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone fio. 36.
39-T H E SHOE S T 0 R E,-39
KI-MOVKII TO NO. :t I'ATTOX AVKNTIi.
Special Attention Given to "Style" and "Quality" of Ciood.
Herring & Weaver, - Asheville, N. C
OAK STREET INN,
vsiikviijm;, TV. c,
lU jiutiiully louitcil in a urovc of oaks ami white pine, with no dust or noise, at the cor
r ot' Oak ami Wooil tin streets, near the Female College, and only three stjuures from Uv.
We have a nunilier ut elenatitly-lunnstutl moms xo Heeoinmonaie nonrucrs wno oesire n
nice, ipm't plaee. away from the hotels. Nice roins. new furniture, soid fure, rtrutH-lr-is
euukiiiK. l reasonable prices. Also, hot and cold baths.
Or. T. J. HAlKiAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN ANDirEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modem nnd latest improved methods for treating chronic diseases of the lunns
throat and nose, by the inhalation of vaporized and atomizeti llnids by the pneumatic and
impressed air apparatus ; also L oinpounu i
ttn i the balsam obtained from the natural
v,. itinmiinettire a Home Treatment
the otha' treatment, and will be sent on application by express, nn receipt of price, $1.
if !.. here for the tuist three vears with this treatrnt has been pheiumenal. hnv-
ini: cured many cases that were pronounced hopeless, In. m n,.mes and resitlcnces can hi
obtained by ea'tliiiK at the Sanitatinm. Hv permission wi ic.-t n tlie fllowinn well-known
gentlemen of Asheville: K 1- A si on. ex-Maor;J. li. Kecri, titmi.ft. Court ; Kev.C,.C Kan
kin, pastor First Methodic Church; Kev YV A. Nelson. p:tor First Haptist Church; H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson.
IiWIS MAUDl'X, I'ns
I.. 1'. Mcl.Dl'I", Viii-Pn-s.
t)iKKCTOKS:--Lewis Maddux, M.J. Menrdcn,
S. 11. Weed, Ceo. si. I'owcM. c. M Mci-oua.
El WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E
ASHKVILLK, N. C,
STATU, COl'NTV AND
Docs a (ieumil lliitikini; Husiness. Deposits
lections made tin all :iecessililc points. The
On nil sums in this Oepartment. deposited for
(tf 4 ier cent, per annum will he paid.
Siccinl attention (riven to loans on real estate,
Open from 9a. m. to a p. m. On Suturdu.vs the Saving Department will he often till i p.m.
A ma.ii.rily ut pirs,.t: havi- the iniprtusinn
an cinly imlalahk-in warm weather. While
wa'i-kk, Mt;iif;iCK A I.K" is an exception. owitiK to itt. wakmim; qualities. I?i4lH
AI.K is essentially a Wintkh BeveraRe.
I'rivate tnmilics ean ttrder thrtntKh their Grocer, or t'rotn tile Factory, ai 7 Haywood
C. H. CAMPBELL.
KOPP & LIGHTENBERGER,
SiiRnrs at vholenle prices.
A full line of Teas, at prices to suit all.
New Valencia Raisins, Currant. Leghorn
Citron and Turkish I'rune.
Queen Syrup, .hist the thing on warm cake.
Pon't forget we arc Headquarter for
Coffee. We roast fresh every day. and grind
to suit the purchaser.
-28 PATTON AVE.
TLANTIC COAST LINE
On and after thi date the following sched
ules will be run over its "Columbia Invision."
No. 53 Leave Columbia 5.20 p. m.
Arrives at Charleston 9.30 p.m.
No. 52 Leaves Charleston 7.10 a. tn.
Arrives atColumbia 11.50 a. m.
Connecting with train to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia & Au
gusta and Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. F. DEVLNE. Gen. Supt.
V. D. ROWE,
ITALIAN & AMERICAN
Granite M numents,
All kinds of Monu
ments, - Tom bstones.
and Vases made to
order in the latest
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Yard At Buncombe
IMant and ipccincationi prepared and esti
mates Riven, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House Square
AsheTille. N. C. maySOdly
ixyjen in connection wun mc vnpuneu
balsam trees near Asheville. I
oi the Compound Oxvccn. which is, etinal to
1 n A H u A t 19,
. K. RANKIN, Ciuhier.
M.J. Fanw. J- B. Rankin, J. E. Kay, J. H. Keed
FEHRl'AKY 1st, lfS9.
May 1st. lSKS.
Sl RPl-lh, $10,000
rtcrived. Kxihnngc bouKht and sold. Col
Saving Feature will receive special attention.
four months or longer, interest at the rate
which ill 'e plm eil for long time on real
that CARBOJiATKI) BKVKKAUKD
this i true in a measure as regards soitA
mince Meat. fflince Meat.
We commence to-day making a fine (trade
of Mince Meat. In this article we use the
very beat ingredient- Hnnd-Picked Applet.
Good Beef, New Valencia Raisin, New Cur-
I rant. Lenhorn Citron. Pure Sujeiir and the
j pncs Liquor. It is all ready for use. We
I brand it ASHEVILLE MINCE Ml-AT.
nished completely, and splcndidlv loca
ted. Aunlv to " 1. S. WATSON.
octli-t dtf Real Estate Agent.
ASHKVILI.B, N. C, Oct. TJ. IHf.l.
The regular annunl meeting of the stock
holders of the
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.
Will be 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. Erwin,
oct24 dtd Sec. and Treas.
HANFOAD N. LOCK WOOD.
Brooms, Whlsk.8, 11 earth and
Celling: Broom ft.
Mill and Factory grades a specialty. Quo
tations ana samples tree. tcbloaiy
IN WALL STREET,
ThrouRh the NATIONAL STOCK BX
D. C. Brokers in Stock, Grain and Oil. Com
missions and Mareins satisfactory. Exclu
sive advice. Orders by Mail and TelcKraph
promptly executed. au28 d3m
H. T. COLLINS. President.
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice uuhU' from Distilled Water. Office: No. ;(
I). V. WaDPKU., AV. AV. H.VI.NAlfP. hAWItUXCKl'vi.lJAAl,
THE NATIONAL BANK GF ASHEVILLE
THE .LARGEST AND OLDEST RANK
In Yistt'ri! North Carolina.
This IJank is authorized hv the State Treasurer to receive
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will lie paid on money deposited for four months
or longer, anil certificates of deposit issued for same.
l!ev. .1. I,. CAKKOU,,
.1. (i. MARTIN.
North PuliHc Square
(ilnnH. l'uttv, Lime. IMnHterinn IJnir, Shint-'Ies, Lntlis, lenein I'ist5. AH kitiUf ot Huihline
A I'll II Mne of Mantels and loiiUHikjH.
Hitlers will receive prompt attention. feMOdly
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
Dealers in Wall Paper, WiiHlowHtiadestid Patent Hanger
Paints. Oils and Varnishes. M usury Mixed I'nintf and Coltr-. Window Glass, botr.
rteiub nnd American
We keep in stock St. Louis and Kentucky I.eml. feh5dl-
w. T. PKSNIMAN.
H ! AR I D !
A CENTS KOK
DUPONr POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS. STUOEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES. SAW WILLS, ETC. M'COKMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO..
NO. 23 PATTON" AVI Nl'i:
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Healer,
tr Prompt attention rivcn to all order, day or niuht
PLUMBING, STEAM Al OAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARtHITl tTlttAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification; Furnished un Application
We hare thorough mechanics in each lint who have had many years' experience in their
bunlnesr We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction in our work, a low ngurefl.
BALLARD, RICH & ROYCK.
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights. (Jas, Hot and Cold Water iatlis and Toilets on eaeh floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOl'GHRANi Proprietor.
v WINE . AND .. LIQUOR STORK
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD. ROOM.
J. A. HARQl'ARDT, M's'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
E. K.r-AOAN, Sw-retun-
W. W. HA UNA 15 1),
I). ('. WADDKLL,
(i. W. WILLIAMS.
Ut' WilniiiiKtiHl, N. C.
W. K. I'KNMMAN,
W s A i R i E"