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Will be published every mrninfj( except Mon
day) nt the following rates strictly cash:
One Year $.00
Six Month 3.00
Three Months 1.50
One Month 50
One Week 15
Our carriers will deliver the pnjier every
morning in every jiart of the city to our sub
scribers, and parties wanting it will please
call at the Citizkn Office.
For Sale Cheap R. B. Johnston.
. N. C.J
For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. m.,
November 27, 1SS9:
lT. ft. Sir.NAL Rrkvick Station.
myall Sanitarium, Aslieville,
LAT. 35.30 N. LnNti. HU.'Jfl w. KI.K- 3350 FT.
7 a m 2 p m it t m Max.i Min. I Dailv Menu
37.0 i 5 O i 4J L' 4H 7 I 35.il I 1.75
7 a m I li p m I 0 p in Dailv Mean
hT. J i- I I . b7 07
AHSDH TK m'MIIUTY.
(In grains per cubic foot of air.)
7 a in I 2 p m I 9 p in I Iailv Mejin
a 1!5 ) 3.17M li.i'.tt 3.073
I K K C II ' 1 T A T 1 1 ) N . j HAKUM KTKK
melted siik v
Snow l(Oir. for alt. S: tein.)
depth. I luilv Mean
I fie hen 3D 1 3
O j Falling
WIND. ! YVIC ATHl.R
I ireetion i Force i scale o to 10s
S H X V 4- Cloudy
Ozone Of possible tnnount, 0." per cent.
KARL von RI CK. M I ,
A Faithless losmiaMter.
Cll att ani h Mt ,, Teiin., Novt'tnlier 27.
Granville K. Vun( nssistant-postmn!--ter
at Kiujliy, TVnn., was arrested yes
terday ly jnstotliee inspector Laird, and
brought to this city (or trial on a charge
of rilling letters passing through I
office. A short time ayo two through
registered letters addressed to I,onisviik'
and IVviek, Ky., were lonnil on arrivir,3
at their destination to have been Htted
ot' their contents atmmntinij to $ I (.").
The matter was reported and Vomit's
arrest followed, lie waived examination
and was bound over to the Federal
court. In default ot $2,000 bail he is
now in jail here.
Montana Legislative Knibroglio
ThvLHNA. Mont., November 27. The
lockout still exists. The senate met th
mornini; at 10 o'clock, but only the re
pulilieai.s responded to tile rolleall. The
senate then adjourned until Friday at s
The lower bouse I republican will re
move to more cntmnmlions epiarters, and
commence routine work Friday. Tin
democratic hranch held a short session
this morning, but did not accomplish
CilacIstone'M Seat to be Contested.
London. November 27. Gladstone has
been inioi nied that at the next election
tor members of parliament the unionist
candidate will ewnlesi the seat for Mid
lothian tor which, at the last election.
Gladstone was returned without op
position. In reply Gladstone said,
''opponent, or no opponent, 1 have tlu
utmost confidence in the electors i
Palace Prepared I'or Uoiii Pedro,
i,.snux, .ovcniocr .'i.-Miiy v.arios
has had the Necessidades palace prejiareis
for the reception tit Insreat uncle Don
Fedio, alllioui;h lie is not certain thai
the exiled Umperor will reside there.
Mead lor Clirisitnas Trade
It is not a oud plan to put otV buying
presents till the last moment. liver
Llnn is ready now at Law's (see large
add on second page ). All goods are
marked at low prices, lower than ever
before, and a better assortment connoi
be found. livery day is opening day now
Itougbt sold and exchanged. All tran
sactions guaranteed. Reliable informa
tion chcerlullv lurnished.
W. M. CI.AKKK,
Grand Central Hotel.
UAKkliiM ltV TlJ.l (.HAI'H.
Money and Securities Cotton -provisions
MOMiV AM) SKCt'KlTlKS.
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 37. Lxehaune quiet but
easy, closing otTcrednt 3a.
Suit- 1 re;iuiy iiiuaui.r vioid, 15K, 1 1 1 ,
UIKJ; eunx-ney, is.754,i (UU.
i.oveiiiiiitiit uuiiiiii dull but steady 4-pei
cent-., $ 1.-7, per cenis, l.u5'2.
Stale humls. Uuiurcltss.
Ala.CiasA Ju.j lo..B Ml 1'ac. Istmor l3:ts
Ala. Oa It.
(U. 7, Illoi'L..
N. C Cons., ii
..loll ,.N. V, Central ..
..lii-ij.S. .v W.pld
i:i '.NorUlern 1'ac
a -V l'. pul..
1 eiin. lis
Teiui. hct., 3?...
Nui Linvesuiil ,
do uld .
Del A: L,uck i l
East Tenn '.
Lake Sin. re lmi
Lou. c Nasli ."s-t-
Mem. A: Char... 0o
. 1 1 3-
1 ill : I'ucitu Mail
nrj Kuli. a: Alle
73H.,iv. iV W. I'oiiit.
s .Kuek Island
37 ihL, i'aul
li;o. do phi
lex. raeilie lio
1 eiin Coal (Vl'u bO
n, I'uiou 1'ai itie (ili
4,N. J. Central... llloVi:
NlMo. 1'aeilie 0
Western L'niun h3;14
j Certilieates 3()V
Nash. 6c Ciiat...lo0i2 Hruiiswiek .
Nkw York, Nov. ii7. Cotton quiet. Salet-to-day
loauales; niiudlniM upland U)i.; mid-
dlinu Orleans to" ... I oial act receipts at an
pons in-day a.--l-.'t. L.xports to Grcut lirit-
ani i,70, Continent 14, . tstuek ty.
Nkw Yokk, Nov. U7. Cotton Net receipts
2,3N; ki"oss i-'utureselosed lirm. Jsaies
Nov lO lOalu.l 1 1 April...
H I 7a lO.lfii August
Galvkston, Nov. ii7. Cotton lirm, 9-1k;
NiixhiLK, Nov. 27. Cotton steady, U:i4;
bAi.TiiioKK. Nov. 27. Cotton nominal,
10',8; receipts 23.
Itos ton, Nov. 27. Cotton quiet, 10-ul0Vai
Wilmi.no ton. N. C, Nov. 27. Cotton
firm, l44; receipts tHU.
I'liiLAKiii.eiiiA, Nov. 27. Cotton rirm.lOVj;
Savannah, Nov. 27. Cotton quiet, 0; re
Nkw uklkans. Nov. 27. Cotton steady,
9as; reeeipts 1 44oj.
Moiui.K. Nov. 27. Cotton firm, QH; re
Mkhimus, Nov. 27. Cotton firm, 9 11-16;
AiursTA. Nov. 20. Cotton firm, 9Va; rc-
Chakukston, Nov. 27. Cotton quiet, 9;
PKOVISIONS AND PKODt'CR.
Cincinnati, Nov. 27. Flour quiet. Wheat
firm No. 2 red 78. Corn No. 2 mixed 37a
3H. Oats No. 2 mixed 22U,. Lard 5.80
Bulk meats easier. Whiskey l."2.
Chicago. Nov. 27. Cash quotations to-day
were as follows: Flour otcady. Wheat No 2
red "yH. Com No. 2 33 '4. Oats No.
2 20a2u4- Mesa pork 9 roa9.75. Lard
5.92Va- bhort ribs Q.UO. Whiskey 1,02.
Nkw York. Nov. 27. Southern flour dull.
Wheat No. 2 red 83V2nH. Corn moderate
ly active No- 2 41;V4u42. Oats moddcrately
active and stronger Nov. 2H-V Coftee Itec.
15 70al5.9w. S uk a r refined tairly active and
firm. Molase lorein nominul; New Or
leans fairly active. Petroleum refined 7. 60.
Cottonseed od dull. Pork tairly active. Lard
westernsteam fi.30. FrcijfhU steady Cot
ton 7-32D. Grain 4;v,n.
pOR SALE CHEAP.
A young mare, a pair of small horses, and
three muics. Apply to
R. B. JOHNSTON.
BOT28-d4t 28 N. Main street.
One large, well furnished bed room, first
floor on Chestnut sttcct. Apply to
nov2-dl w 26 28 Patton Avenue.
Popular with tourists, families ami business
Electric cars pass the door.
RAW LS BROS.,
The reason R A HAM'S
Mickom; killer is
the most wonderful med
icine, is beemise it has
never failed in im in
stance. 110 matter w hat
the disease, from LEP
ROSY to the i mi 'lest
disease known tothehti
nian syt 111.
The scientific men of
to-day c I a i m a"il
prove that every ilis
Caused by Microbes,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
Kxtcrnrnatcs the Microbes ami drives tlietn
out o' the system, and when that is d- tu
von cannot h.'t ve an ache ir pain. No mai
ler what the disease, whether a simple cai
of Malaria Fever or a com'iination of dis
eases, we cure them uM at the same time, as
we treat all diseases constitutionally.
Asthma, Cnsuinf)tinn, Cotanh, Hn'm
chiiis, tihcwriarisni, Kiihicy and Liwr
Disease, Ciiills anil Fcwr, Evinulc
Tnnthh-s. in all its tirni, and, in 'act,
every Disease knuwn ( the Human
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
See that our Trade-Mark isame as aboe)
appears on each jug
Send for book "History of the Microbe
killer," given awav by
J. H. CiRAXT, Ph. ;.,
Sole Agent. Abbeville, N. C.
novl7 d i v tti Iri sun
Ll'RED BY OLD SPECIALIST
II I physician.
PI I A Bottle ot medicine Free. We war
III W rant our reincily toe.re the wuM
ases. and the only plivsieians whodo this to
prevent vour being imposed upon by nun
isiiiK false names and who are not Hoctor-..
Because others failed is no rens-w lor noi
iing this medicine, tiive Exprev, and
mice ai hirers, it costs you nothing. Addioc
sahel Medical Bureau. 21 '1 Broadway, Ne
Vork. ian'JVu.V wl v
Th sc two houses in Shelby Park, op
crner Silver and Williams streets ami
known as the Moonev property. Six
md seven r otil t aeh Lot 7." 1 H 1 Stai e
utluK'tit bet w ei 11 'in w hu h to build anotlur
ioi.s . I" ll"t sold bv the :t"th Inst, will b
meieil i:t public am tioil.
Price low and urius e:i-.
LuKTI ANH BK S..
nov L'0!tf Paltnti Avenue.
Eight housis and lots on SouthsHe avenue
and Bailey sire ts. as a whole $ t.."oo or sep
arately corr. snondin.yly us cheap, on easy
FOR SALE OR RUNT.
line House, PJ rooms $Ju per month
J " 1 li "
7 " 1 Town Mil 1" "
'iiic l'iirin i'l ."11 aens. and N room brie!
house, ail online Yanderlult property, S10,
linn, or sido per month rent. Apply ti
J. Iff. Campbell.
nov 7 dim Real Estate Healer.
A lot ofland to consist of not les than ont
halt aere ami not more than two acres, situ
ated ahnnt half a mile troni the coip t hotie.
tor buil'iing purposes. Titles must be guar
antieil. o tancy price w ill be paid. Sem'
written ilescriptum and location id" property
with lowest easli price to
CHARLES B ALEXANDER.
Care A. E. Jenks, Batterv Park Hotel.
'I'kl STEE'S SALE
Bv virtue of a Deed of Trust executed b
V. E. Wat kins and wife, dated ,une 1 1. 1
uid registered in the egister's otlice of Bun
combe county in Book No. 17 at pag-1 lid. 1
will offer for sa t- at public auction on Mmi
iay. Inunary d. lMin, at 1 J o'clock ni., at
tlv- ci art h msc dour in A-dit' ill.. . 1 . :
1. One lot in Ashcville, N C. -U) feet east
of ct liter of main track of W. N. C. K. K..
smith of the Height depot, in sic about
L'dxsii leet, on which is situated the bricV
iniildiiig now occupied as othies by said ail
U. line lot at the southwest corner of Mer
ri m 011 avenue and 1 1 tllsidc street, in Ashe vil'c,
fronting about -7" feet on Mcrrimon avenue,
and being lots No- lfi. 1.. 17 and 1M of w hat
is kn wn as Banks' Addition to Ashcville.
.'I. one lot on west side of Uaii'-y street,
frotiiiug M feet on Bailey street and about
1 Ho tee l deep.
I'or lull description of said property refer
ence is h rc'ny made to said deed of trust on
record as above. Saiil sale is to satis' y debt
in said deed of trust mentioned as due tlu
Bank of Ashcville. Terms cah.
LAWRENCE Pt'LLlAM, Trustee.
novlll il 7t thu
Palace Steamers. Low Rates.
Four Trip per Week Be'-r
DETROIT, MACKIAC ISLAIMD
Poiokcy. Saul 1 ti MA-ip, r-nd Lake
Kurnn W .v Porti.
Evrv Week Day Between
DETROIT AND Ci.tVEL.AN
S,'Ul sll)(jKy Tr(p ilufitf .line, Juiy, Am n; ind I
Doubl Dailv I.iti Be-fMii
CHICAGO AND ST. JC3LfH. M.C
O JR ILLUSTSATEJ rrf-HL '
Tttrt nnd Ex -n n Tie'.'- ) wiM b-
f. e. vMiTcnn. g. r. a -Detroit
and Cleveland t.'.e;i'n E.';,v. Or.
pOR RENT CHEAP.
ICight large rooms over ourstorc.esiieeially
suitable lor boarders. Applv to
novlil dw CRAVES c THRASH
On to MISS I.ANCR if you want ihcan
Millincrv. Ntxt door to I'ostortice.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN !
And a Rare Chance.
That large house situated in
And known as the Cohen House.
Containing 21 Rooms.
The house hns never lieen occupied. One
acre of land, more can be bought adjoinioK
View magnificent. Apply to
nov20 dtf Patton A venae.
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Rooms on Main street, opposite the post
office. Open daily, except Sundays, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m., and 3.30 until 5.30 p. m.
The terms of subscription are: One rear
$2; 6 mos., $1.60; 3 mui., $1; 1 mo., 60cts.;
dailv 2 cts.
Officers for 1RR9 President, R. R. Rawls:
Vice-President. Charles W. Woolsey; Sec. and
Treas., D. S. Watson ; Librarian, Mis B.J.
Citizens and visitors are cordial I y invited
to inspect the catalogue and inscribe their
anxnes members. fcbHdtf
ASHEVILLE A I) I 'Eh' TISEME.X TS.
t AT RETAIL, i
I J. S, GRANT.ph.g. s
l Of the Philadelphia College of
FRESH ! SWEET! DELICIOUS!
The Lnrjicst, Cli(iiiost and
Pui-fst stock of
Staple and Fine (Groceries
Va i'v offcivd in North Caro
liua. Our prii-es and quali
ties defy competition.
I Wholesale or Retail. I
Four Floors racked. I
This is onlv a partial list :
Put Loaf. Powdered, (iranu-
lated and (' Sujrars. .New
Proi. Fancy Ponce and X.O.
Molasses. 1'ara ( ane, mte
Kock and Majile Syni)s. Or
anjre Hloom Honey. 10()
N is. line Teas lajian. Hyson.
(iun)owder. Knlish Break
fast and Formosa. Oolong
Fresh Koasted and (ireen
Coffees .lava. Mocha. Mara
caiho. baii'uayrn. Cordova
and Itios Fresh (iroundand
Whole Spii-es, Domestic and
Imported Sweet, Spiced and
Sour Pickles, Catsup, Ancho
vies. Calves' Feet .lolly, Cur-
rv Powder. Feels. Yarmouth
P.loaters, Potted Game, Ol
ives. Olive Oil, Vinegar, Ca
pers, Sauces, Salad Dressing.'
Horse Radish, New Prop Al
monds, Grenoble Walnuts,
Pecans and Filberts.
.")()() eases Panned Fruits
and Vegetables, consisting
of Apples. Apricots, Pherries.
Peaches. Pears, Plums, Pine
apples, Asparagus, Beans.
Porn. oni. Peas, Succotash,
cases Panned Meats
and Fish Deviled Crabs.
Lobsters, Mackerel, Herring,
Salmon. Shrimp, Oysters.
Sardines. Corned Beef, Boast
Beef, Dried Beef, Hum. Lunch
Tongue, Chicken, Turkey,
Mince Meat, Plum Pudding.
Condensed Milk, Buckwheat
Flour, Oatmeal, Oatflakes,
Cracked Wheat, Hominy,
Tapioca, Farina, Sago, Im
perial Granuin, Manioca, Sar
atoga Chips, Beans, Barley,
Crackers, Macaroni, Vermi
celli, Mushrooms, Pate de
FoieGras, Capers, Jullienne,
Oranges, Lemons, Grapes,
Bananas, Prunes, Cranber
ries, New Prop Baisins, Figs,
2U0 boxes Toilet and Laun
dry Soaps, I'earline. Starch,
Bluing, Soda, Domestic and
Imported Cheese, Lard, Ba
con, Tongue, Brenkfast Ba
con, Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,
Gelatine, Extracts, Crosse
& Blackwell's, Gordon &
Dillworth"s and Philip .j.
Bitter Conserve Company's
Jellies, Jams and preserves
in wood and glass,
Guava Jelly, Preserved (lin
ger, Chocolate, Broma, Co
coa, Cot-oanut, Cream Tar
tar, Baking Powders, Yeast
Cakes, Hops, Stove Polish,
Bath Brick, Shoe Blacking,
Baskets, Buckets, Brooms,
Butter Trays, Mops, Hran,
Shorts, Hay, Oats, Porn, etc.
POWELL, & SNIDER
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale ami Kctiiil by
ASHEVILLE COAL COJIPAPY,
I xilusivt Aw-nt iKoniKtio mill Straw ) I'nr Wi strni North Cmi'hnu.
Order from your Grocer, our
ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is made in Ashcville.
And we pledge our word for it. that no
WHITER liREAD, BISCL'IT, ROLLS,
Pan be made from any imported Flour.
Is the most popular straight goods in this market.
Ask your Grocer for the above Brands, manufactured by tlx
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
H. T. COl.I.INS. Prcsiilrnt
E. E.EAC.AN, Srcrrtan
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from Distilled Wider. Office: No. .'50
I). P. W,HI)i:i.l., W. W. P.AItNAKI), LAWRENCE Pl'U.IAM,
President. Vice President. Citshier
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST RANK
In Western North Carolina.
This Bank is authorized by the StateTreasurer to receive
39-THE SHOE S T 0 R E -39
KEMOVIU) TO X0. I'A'ITo.N A
Special Attention Ciiven to "Style" ami "Quality" of iool.
Herrino; & Weaver, - Ashcville, N. C.
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receijtt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for fourinontliH
or longer, and certificates of deposit issued for same.
- niKI-XTOKS I-
OAK STREET INN,
ASIIICYILI.i:, N. C,
hemilil'nll v Incuted In n Krovc of nnks mid while pine, with no duM or noie. at the cor
ner -it o.ik and Wood tin streets, near the i-Yinale Colh e, and n three squares I'nun tin
We have n number of cleiintly-tuniiPhed rooms to uccotnniodiue boarders who desire a
niee. tjiiict place, away from the hotel. Nice rooms, new lun.ilurc. uo.mI tuve. iir-i -e;:s.
cuokitiK. Ht reiivonublc prices. Also, hot and coid baths.
Dr. T. J. HAKCuAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR,
All modern and latest improved methods for treating chr-mic .Dseascs of the Itiim
throat anil nose, by the inhalation of vaporized and admitted iluuls by the pneumatic an. I
eoni pressed air apparatus; also Compound i 'syen in n-ni t-tu-n with the vapotied Hni
sam ithe balsam obtained l'n in the nnturai bni:on tiees ncai A, -heville. i
We also nianutaeliire a Ihnne TreatUKin ol the Peinpeiiml ' ixv-en, which is, eipiai to
the tdlicc treat men t. nnd will be sent on a ppttt a tion b i . pres, tui teetipt ol price. Si
' ur success here for the past three years with tin t'eat t"m has bet n phenomenal, lia v
iiiK cured many cases that wcie in-Dnotiuceti hopeirss. , 'mn il-.u and i nid.-iK't can be
obtained by calling at the Sanitarium. Ky permission v. t u, t l(. ihe followini; well-known
gentlemen of Ashcville : l). J. Aston. cx-M ay or . J , Ii. Need, c m . f '.'ourt ; Kcv. (I. C. Nan
kin, pastor First Methodist Church; Nev W . Nelson, p .stor I'irst itaptist Church; 11 . T.
Collins. Capt. Natt Atkinson
t. .1. uau;an, i.
liov. -I. L. 'Ai:iHMJ-.
.!. i. MAHTIN.
W. W. UAKNAKK
i). c. vaiii;ll.
(S. U WILLIAMS.
i if Wilniintou, N. C.
Vorlh I'ubiie Stunre,
W1KROWH, - 2lLi:-RS, - OCfORS,
(Has. I'uitv. Lime. I'listt viti Hab. Sl.nmbs. I.ulI.s. leneiiiK lost- All kinds ot buHdilH!
A I till lAnv of ItfaiitclH and IVlulcHitM.
.' ' rdet's w'U reccie 1 iron 1 pi .,1 tent inn fehiudl y
HTZPIITR!CK BEOS. & ROBERTSON.
, OcaUrs in Wall Paper, Window SliaUniHl I'atcul Ifiaii);cr,
j I'iim s. (His and Niutt-Iics. Munirv'i M'vii I'a'tils mid . .dor- Window fdn, hot I
; Freii- l' :.' An tiear
1 V'e keep in to. k Si. L..if.s and kentnel- y ' ;n: k'b.'id I
W. T. I'KWIUAS.
W. K. I'BNMWAN.
LICWIS MAlilU'X, I're
L. P. Mcl.ol'K Viee-l'ris.
I. Ii. RANKIN, Ca.diier.
Plana and specifications prepared and esti
mate riven, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building, Court House Square
Ashcville, N. C. maySOdly
IMHECTOKS: Lewis Maddux. M. . Henrden, M. . Far.v. J. K. K tnkin.J. K. Rny.J. K. Weed
S. 11. Need. (ico. S. Powell. C. M Mcl.oud
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
ASHFVlLLli, N. C, FliUKVARY 1st, 1 bM.
ir;nnizcd May 1st. 1 NHS.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SIRPLI S, $io,ooo
STATK, ClOTV AMI CITY PKPOS1 I ON Y.
Does a General Haukiue Husiness. deposits received lixehnnue bought and sold. Col
lections made on all accessible points. The Saving Fen in re will receive special attention
On all sums in this department, deposited for four months or Ioiikit, interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Sjiecial attention uiven to loans on real estate, which will 'ic placed lor lon time on real
0wn from P a ni to M p. m iin Snttinlayt the Savin: !t nrtmcnt will beopcntdl d p.m.
PENNIMAN & CO.,
loititKKs ask ni:.i,;; IN
CAMPBKIX'S GINGfcR AL.1C.
A majority "I .irs.i- s liavt the impression thnt I'AKIIONATKD BKVKRAIiKH
arc only iml:ant)lt in w arm weather. While this is true in a im-nsurc as rev'imls siiiia
wathk. ;i?i;i-:it Al.tC' is an exception, owinj: to its wanmisi; finalities. aIN4;l-'.M
AI.K is escnli;ill a Wintkr Hevcrase.
I'rivatc families tan uriliT throuKll their (Iroccr. r from the I'actory. 1M7 llavvvioil
C. II. CAIHPHI-:i.L.
l'lircf ol'loii- pras French Mustard, Totted (iatnr,
K ussi.-i 11 Caviar. Colman's " 'llroiik Trout in
Am linvKS in oil, Fates of Game, jTmnnto Saiur,
Aiieliovy I'aste. Fruits in u ice. !Mucu. Herrinj,'.
We receive daily from Baltimore, Fresh Cakes,
which we slice anil sell by the pound.
KOPP & LICHTENBERGER,
28 PATTON AVKN11J.
We carry the Finest Line of Confectionerv.
Free Deliver v. Fresh Stock.
Make our own
strictly pure, Fresh Mackerel, Spiced I.ohster, .Canton Cinder,
and are in TouinioSauce1 " Slirinip, .Saratoga Chips
VERY FIXU. Snokcd Salmon,; " Oysters, !'a)er Shell Al
1'ickled SalnHin.j I mond, lint-'lisll
Try them. IBoneless Herring: In Glass. j Walnuts.
,Sap Sayo and I
j I'ecnn Nuts,
ASin.VIIJLli, N. t.
AOKVTS 1 (ll
DUPONT POWDER CO.. RICHMOND STOVE CO., COHTLAND WAGON CO-
OLD HICKORY WAGONS. STIIDEBAKFR WAGONS, IMOLINE SCALE C( .
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COHMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
iANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
1 V I'.n.-l ma I 1 t
SHEPARD. MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO..
Nd. 2;t l'ATT'V AV! NI E,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture DealerH,
W Prompt nttrtition Kivcn tn nil order?, ilnv or iiij.rlit
Just In, and We are Going to Sell Them.
All kinds of Dry Good, Notions, lrcs Goods, CiiiKhamtt, Iionicstic, Jcunn, Flnnnel,
Blankets. Shoes, Boots, Hats lots of tlicm liouht lor 1ch than cost ol' inakim.'. Some of them
ctwt nothing ftnd a hulf, and will be sold the same way. We are agents for some of the lar
gest Factories in the South and can sell you lloiiic-innde Jeans, all wool Ailed, foi Usu than
you can get them from any other store in the State. We keep GRAHAM'S HOMK-M Al'K
SHOKS. and will give you any style at as low prices as any other factory in the Stntc. nnd
guarantee every pair. A great many of our goods were bought at auction and late in the
season, so we can sell them lower than you will find them at any other store in the State.
Try and see. Prices made in the store.
Ashcville Dry Goods Co.,
17 North Main street, 1st door below Penniman's Hardware Store.
J. O. HOWKI.L, Manager.
HANFOAD N. LOCK WOOD.
Brooms, Wtalsket Hearth and
Mill and Factory grades a specialty. Quo
tations and samples tree.
feb 1 Ad li
IN WALL STREET.
Through the NATIONAL STOCK EX
CHANGE. 912 F St.. N. W.. Washington.
D. C. Brokers In Stock, Grain and Oil. Com- j
missions and M argins satisfactory. Inclu
sive advice. Orders by Mail and Telccraoh
promptly executed. u28 d3m
ARHBVII.I.K, N. C. Oct. 21', 1!K.
The regular annuitl meeting or 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. Crwin,
oct 3 dtd Sec. and Treas.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification? l'urnishcd on Application
We have thorough mechanics in each line who have had many years' experience in then
bu.inei. We can stifclv guarantee mtr patrons sntisfnetion in our work, a low figures
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCK.
HICKORY, N. C.
Kkvtric l.i;hts- 5n s. Hot iiml Cold Wiitrr Itatlis unci Toilets on cm-li floor.
Cuisine nnd appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOl'UHRAN, Proprietor.
v WINE . AND .. LIQUOR . STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. MARQCARDT, H'('r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C