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December 2, 1889:
U. S. Signal Rhrvicb Station. 1
Winyah Sanitarium. Asheville, N. C
LAT. 35.36 N. LO.NO. K2.2B W. BLK. 2350 PT
7 a m 2 p m;0 i mi Max.i Min. Daily Mean
!!.!) 54.9 38 8 I 56 2 I 20.5 38.62
R KL ATI V EH VU ill f Y.
2 p ra
9 p in
(In grains per cubic foot of air.)
2pm I 9pm I Daily Mean
1.320 I 131 1.307
P ftBC 1 HI TAT I fix. PA SOMEfU'R.'"
Rnin and Snow UCor. for alt. & tern. I
melU-dsnow depth. I Daily Mean
Inches Inches 30.46
0 I 0 Fa ling
Direction. Force (scalcO to 101
B to N I 2
-Of possible amount, 50 per cent.
KARL VON Kl'C K . M.D.
DAIKIMK.N N AHMOC'IATIOX.
An Explanatory Letter From Mr.
The dairymen of Asheville and the stu
roundinj; country wire summoned las;
week to attend a meeting tor the pur
pose of forming a dairymen's association.
There were present but four persons in
terested in the dairy business, and tin
reason why more were not present is at
tributable not so much to their iiuhltei
enee or lack of interust for such imp"r
taut a question, but to the rather at
call for the meetiiiL'. Still there tni"h
be some hesitation ot one or the otht-i
side to join an association, the name o
which is not unite definite; there iniiilu
be some who do not know the purpus.
of the dairymen's association, the for
mntiou ol which bvinu; a recent idea; am
tinally, there are some, hut few, s iyinj;
Go on and associate, if it is a izood thiia
and it turns out a success, there is plcnt
oi time to join you.
I beg leave to make a short statemcn
in behalf of all these hesitating panics. .
dairyman, in the understanding ot tin
association, is any petou producing oi
selling dairy products milk, cream, hut
ter. cheese, any person raising cattle to
dairy purposes, and any person giviu,.
practical or theoretical help in uud to)
the dairy business.
The nnker ot one cow in a countn
stable, the peddler driving an old mm
in a wagon with fresh, healthy mill,
just as well asthe men ot letters, thepro
lessors ol dairy chemistry and caul,
physiology, are all necessary lor a dai
rymen's association, are all equally wel
come and equally appreciated, for til
aims ol the association are eminently o
an educational nature. All the member
are teachers and pupils at once; to teaci
and to learn practically and theoretically
is the object in view.
It will be the duty of the associatioi
to take care of every material interest o
its members in urgent cases, and to giu
its attention tj uisiuutinus or mcusurc!
fit to improve the situation of the dairy
man, but never sliould the associate. i.
lend itself to a trust or combine agains.
the public. Xo raising of prices without
raising the value of products. The firs,
thing to do is to raise better dairy cat
tle, to have richer milk, to make fiuei
butter and to offer falter cheese am.
with such dairy products there will Ik
no bargaining about the price of them
How can that beobtaineil ? Duly througi
mutual teaching, mutual learning am
experimenting together. The dairy con
terence to be held will afford ample op
portunity for our improvement. What
you do not know, another knows, am.
w hat another does not know, you know.
Kxchnnge your knowledge and you will
be wise. The subjects to lie treated an
manilold. They are: Choice of stock
for the different dairy purposes; improve
ment of native stock; raising jouhl:
stock ; stabling and care in stable ; feed
ing for milk, tor butter, cheese, and foi
breeding; milking; care ol milk for sell
ing milk and cream and their delivery;
care of milk and cream for butter ; churn
ing and butter making to be practically
demonstrated at the farm; cheese mak
ing; care ol manure and how to apply it ;
the use ol fertilizers; dairy cropsand then
value for feeding and manuring. I think
with these questions in view, and theii
discussion, the meetings will lie mosi
p oti table and interesting to careful and
ambitious dairymen who like to dis
cuss them at the conferences without
fear of bad weather and bad roads.
A lew words to those who "like to
wait." Ho not wait this time. It is ol
vital interest for you to join the associa
tion, and I sav seriously, you owe vour
attention to the matter, to this lieautiful
country of Western North Carolina. Tin
Creator has given to it everything tor
beauty, prosperity and welfare. Uon'i
you spoil it by indifference and slipshod
farming. You must give all your capa
bility and all your strength to this coun
try to enable it on your part to rival suc
cessfully its sister States in your line ol
business. This business is one of the
most important in national economy,
and its high state shows most evidently
the wonl written upon any people's
standard civilization !
Nadeshda Farm, November J'J.
The Hon Marehc in headquarters for
all kinds of wools, fancy goods, material
for artistic embroidery, stamping on all
kinds of material neatly and promptly
executed. He sure and "look for 30 S.
Did Neighbor My goodness. Mr.
Arden, you back, after all these years?
Don't vou know your wife has married
again? Mr. Arden Yes, I heard of it
afore I started. Guess 1 kin live here in
The stock of gents' underwear is some
what broken and prices have been con
siderably reduced to close out the re
mainder of heavy goods. Hon Marc he.
30 South Main street.
ASHEVILLE AD 1 7: A T1SKMHX VS.
I. 1. A.
One of our tm'nilHTsis dead, the first
one who has been called off since our or
ganization. He was a useful member,
and I would be glad it all members who
see this notice would meet at Jurist'
As ton's to-day at 3 p. m. to attend the
i mitral services of our comrade, J. G.
Astou. W. H. Dfaviir,
Chief 1 I). A.
JIAUklCTH 11' ti:i,K(;hai'h.
tlouey and Securities Cotton -ProvlHloiiM
MONKY AND SKCCH1T1KS.
Nkw York. Pec. lix change quiet and
weuker $ t.Mo t.Hfli-
Monty tiKlu, Ou-'u, closing at 10 bid.
Sub-TrcuM.r.v hakim-fa oulU, $ lfH,7;.'7.
wo; current. y,$8.3il,uotl.
Government bonds dull but steady lnr
ints, 1.-7; iU per cents, ail. ut.
Slate bunds, dull ami leaturt-k-sH.
Vla.ClussA 2uC loj tt.NtU'ae.lftmor HQ4
via. Class H.Oa .lU'J N. ..Ltiiirai ...urn
a. "s, inort luValN. A: W.ptil....
i. C. Cons.. (is..lL'3 (Northern I'ue.
. C. Cons., 4-s U7 N. I1, old
v C Hrown"s...lO I'aeirie Mail
lO'J Kith. Alle
7:('-4lK. At W. Point.
4 iKock Island.....
37 list. I'aul
1 OUi do pul
i4o i lex. ravine
Union 1'ucihc b. i.-.
O'a.N. J. Central...! is
lo;Vh.Mu. 1'ucihc 671-.,
H3 'f8 Western l.'nion Mi;,4
CO jCoium-sced Oil
14 Certificates 3iH
101 lUruuswick H2U
. enn. Set., 3s..,
urth western .
ilu pld .
H i A: Luck
,ou. & Nash....
.1cm. iV Chur.
1 lob: Oluo...,
ash. C hat,
J. S. GRANT
x AT RETAIL, i
For salt nt Wholesale and Retail by-
(Of thr Philadelphia C
AvSI5I:V5IXIv COAL COJIPAIVY,
Mxtliivnt .;'1lt 1 1 'im Ht ic and Stenni) for Wisiim North Carolina.
Order IVdiii yonHiroctT, inir
"KKiS.IJ-n KING" PATKNT
II is nnidt' in Aslicvillf.
AimI hi1 j lt v mir- weird for it. tliat no
WHITSiH KRKAD, KIStXIT, ROLLS,
Can 1m niiiilo froiii fin.v iniportotl Fiour.
Is tin1 most popular stramlit g'oods in this market.
Ask .vour (i nicer fort lie above lirands. manufactured li.v tin
AS1IKVILLK MILLING CO.
TcJcplione No. 36.
II. T. COLLINS. Prcsidtnl.
E. E.F.AOAN, Stmtnn
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure Ice made from
Distilled "Ynter. Office: No. MO
AV. W. Hau.naro,
Vice President .
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AXD OLDEST BANK
Eii Western North Carolina.
New Vuhk, Pec. i:. Cttton qu et Sale-o-dav
loi 1 a es; middling uplanos ltti; mui
i.iu "orhans UU. Total net receipts at at!
oris to-dav t.:(iy. h. ports to Oretit Prit
uti l,-4-. "France l.ti-, Contineut 4y,
rOO. Stock tiU.o7i hales
Nh;w YiihK, Dec. 2. Cotton Net receipts
'Or;i:ross 1", Futures closed quiit ljut
t.ad.v. raies ; no hales.
...' lU.ltiaUM I ,.la...
01 IO OiHaUl.O'JiiiilH'.,..
"eh lO.llialo.13 julv
ipnl H).4al0 ii.Sept
..10 ;tu 1 u.r.i
..)() 4.ialU.-t l
..1U 7alU -!"
--Cot ton steady, 95v
-Cotton tirm, 9 13-H;
NokFoi.K. Dec. ;
Baltimokk, Dec. 2. Cotton nominal. 1ulv,
i CciplS H.
hosro. I fc 2 Cotttm quiet, luS"l"?-.;
iccipis lil H
V m.mi;Ton. N. C, Dec J Cotton
teadv, it1-,; receipts ISIS,
Piiii.AMKi.rniA, Dec. J.-Colton Arm. lltV;
veeipts .51 .
Savannah. Dec. 1'. Cotton dull, .t 1 1-1 0;
Nkw dhi.kans, Dec. -'.Cotton easy. 0
cceiuts 1 1 nL'7.
MoniLK, l-ec. 1!. Cotton quiet, IK; receipts
M km phis. Dec. 2. Cotton steady, lt;14; re
Air.i STA. Dec. 2. Cotton quiet, U 11-10
Chaki.km-hv Dec. 1'. Cotton steady, 9 1"
Di; receipts 4:tl!sJ.
PROVISIONS AMI PRnnt CE.
Cincinnati, Dec. 2. Flour dull. Wheat
'o. 2 reel 7ha7'.. Corn No. 2 mixed Sa:is1 :.
0 its No. 1' mixeil Lard fi.Ma3.1Mi
dulk meats easy. Whiskey I. "2.
FRESH I SWEET! DELICIOUS!
Tlie Lariivst. Clieaiest ami
Purest stock of
Staple and Fine tirotcrics
Kver ottered m North
lina. Our prices and
ties defy competition.
vere as follows
etl 7y.i7'.tU. Com
Joi.4ai;ni.2. Mt'ss p
Hurt rihs 4,'joao.L'.
Cash tpuotntioni to-dav
1-tour Hull. Wheat No -
-No. 1J31-V nats Su. 2
rk ii..'17ia Lard o.iUU
. W hiskey 1 .(!'.
Nkw York. Dec. 'J. Southern flour quiet
.V heat dull No. 'J red h4as '.v CurntmrU
ictive No. J 4-a4''t4, outs cpiiet. weaker
-Dec. 'JMv Collet Dee. 1 5 f.r.a 1 r.7f. Su
:ar reliueil firm. Molasses Newt r1ennstair
y active ami steady. Petroleum refined
f fiO, Cottonseed od'quiet. 1'ork active and
iteatlv. l.ard western steam 6.J5. Freitihts
lirm Cotton 7-3U; tirain .rD.
Popular with touriitit.funiilien and business
Klecttic cars pais thr dour.
fehldl j Propr's.
&" n' sc lwn ntises in Shelhy Park, or
j;;; J corner Silver and Williams streets am!
know n as the Mooney property. Six
uid seven r- oms tnch. Dot 7.rxllO. Spaet
-utheit-nt lit-twein on wh'ch to build another
ions . Ii not uld bv the ;i0lh iust. will Ik
ortered in public auction.
Ptice low und terms easy.
COKT 1 AND PHI IS .
nov 20 dtf Patton Avenue.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN!
And a Rare Chance.
That Inre house situated in
And known as the Cohen House.
Containing 21 Room.
The house has never been oceuiiied. One
acre of land, more can he bought adioinio;.
view magnificent. Apply to
Lndies visiting and resident setkinj;
any int'orniatiun in regard to fancy work
will receive it cheerfully by calling at tin
Bon Marclie, 30 S. Main street.
The old Staten Island dyeing establish
ment, which is the most reliable and lar
gest dvein); establishment in the world,
have placed their agency with the Bon
Marclie, 3(1 S. Main street.
"Money talks," of course; but a
couple of iiicklts in the contribution-box
from philanthropists in the front pew
make more noise thau five dollar
Ready for ctirialmas Trade.
It i not a good plan to put off buying
presents till the last moment. Kverv
thing is ready now at Law's (see large
auu on second page). All goods are
marked at low prices, lower than ever
before, and a better assortment connot
be found. Everyday is opening day now
Ashrvil'e. N. C. Oitohcr 1, 18H0.
Noticr I hcrehv Kivcn that on this dn wt
hnvr si.ld our WnK'in Hu;uy and Ajrk'nltu-
r ii itnpit-nicnt iHiKin' fts to .Mr. I-. r. tiim
iismime a 1 liabilitirs due by C. K. IVmii
man Ai Co., nd will collect all the mvqunts
due them. We thank the public lor their pat
ronage in the pint, and reuct for Mr Hints
it continuance in the future.
del d.lt C. F. I'H.SMMA.S CO
P"(IK SAI.K CIIKAH.
A younK niare. a pair of small horses, and
three mu es. Apply to
K. II. JOH 'STON,
nov2K dlt 2H N. Main street.
One large, well furnished bed room, first
floor on Cliestuut street Apply to
C(lRTLANi) HHOS .
nov24-dlw 26 (k a Patton Avenue.
J?OK RENT CHEAP.
Eight large rooms over ourstorf.rspecially
suituble lor hoardtri. Applv to
nov21 dw GRAVES & THRASH
Bought sold and exchanged. All tran
sactions guaranteed. Reliable informa
tion cheerfully furnished.
W. M. Clarke,
Grand Central Hotel.
One 11 room house on Starnes avenue
with all modern improvement.
For terms applv to .
deS dtf Or M. B. Roberta.
Last 8onday. from here to Doubled ay,
through Starve yenuc to Academy and Col
lejce atrect, a Gold-Kim med finat-Hin, with
enameled flower in center. Finder Htierally
rewarded at TUiS OFFICE.
On Fr'day mornine. between Hattery Pn'k
Hotel and Sirs. I'on nt-r't, a Sealskin Hoa.
Suitable reward to finder by leavinjf at
nov20d3t CITIZhN OFFICE.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH PROPERTY
Tliis is (ml v a ptirt i;i
('lit I.O.lf. I'llWlll'I'I'll. (il',11111
lilted iind (1 Suiirs. New
Cro!. Fitni'v I'liiice iiinlN.ti.
Moliisses. I'iini ( '.me. White
Kdfk iind Miiple Syniis. Or
iiiiii'e Hltioni HiMiev. 10H0
lbs. tineTi'iis .I;ii;m, Ilysuii.
(iiinjiowdi'i-. Kiiji'lisli Iireiik
fiist and Formosa. Oolong
Fresh Koiisti'd iind (ireen
Coffees Jiivii. Moi hii. .Miit-ii-
cailio. L.'ifrnayra. Cordovii
;iiii Itios Fresh (iroiiiidnnd
Whole Spices, Dolliestic ;ind
Imported Sweet. Spired iind
Minr l icKles. i arsiiii. .nclio-
vies. Calves' Fret Jelly, Cur
ry I'owder. I 'eels. Viirmouth
iiloiiters, Fotted (iiime, Ol
ives, ( (live Oil, Vine-iiir. Ca
pers. Siiiii-es, Siiliid Dressing.
Horse Radish. New Cro Al
inontls, (irenolile Wiilnuts.
I'eeiins iind Filberts.
"i()0 eiises Ciiniietl Fruits
and Vegetables, consist inji
of Ajiples. Apricots. Cherries.
Peaches, Pears, Plums. Pine
apples. Asparagus, Beans.
Corn. oica. Pejis. Succotiish.
."i(0 cjises Ciinned Meats
iintl Fish Deviled Crabs.
Lobsters, Mackerel, ( IriTinir.
Salmon, Shrimp. Oysters.
Siirdines, Corned Peel', ltoasl
Beef, Dried Beef, Ham. Lunch
Tongue, Chicken, Turkey,
Minct'Ment. Plum Pudding.
Condensed Milk. Buckwheat
Flour, Oatmeal. Oat flakes.
Cracked Wheat, Hominy.
Tapioca. Farina, Sa-i), Im
perial (iranum. Manioca, Sar
atoga Chips, Beans. Miirley,
Crackers, Macaroni. Vermi
celli, Mushrooms, Pate de
Foie (iras, (apers, .Inllienne.
Oranges, Lemons, !r;ipes.
Maiiiinas, Prunes, Cranber
ries, New Crop Raisins, Fio's,
200 boxes Toilet iind Laun
dry Soaps. Pearline, Starch.
Ilunif', Soda, Domestic and
Imported Cheese, Lard, Ma
con, Tonue, Breakfast Ma
con, Mackerel, Codfish, Salt,
Gelatine, Extracts, Crosse
& Blackwell's, Gordon A:
Dillworth'a and Philip J.
Hitter Conserve Company's
Jellies, Jams and jueserves
in wood and glass,
Guava Jelly, Preserved (lin
ger, Chocolate, Mroniii, Co
coa, Coroanut, Cream Tar
tar, Baking Powders, least
Cakes, Hops, Stove Polish,
Batli Brick, Shoe Blacking,
Baskets, Buckets, Brooms,
Butter Trays, Mops, Bran,
Shorts, Hay, Ogts, Corn, etc.
39-THE SHOE STORE.-39
KEMOVI-Ii TO X0. 39 I'ATTOX AVnXI'K.
Special Attention Given to "Style" and "Quality" of (ioods.
Slcrrinjj S: Weaver, - Asheville, N. C.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHICVILMJ, N. C,
Hi iMititnily lornti-d in m jjrove ut :tk
t-r ni t i;ik atul Wnniliin stru ts, iu;ir the
t- luivi- ti nmiihcr if i U i;;tiHl lumislii il rooms to
iii. tji:.i l pl.(i, ,iv fro in tin- hnifU. u'c rooms,
iiokiu.. at rt'iisoii:ihlt jirirrs. Also, hot and cold hat
and white pine, with no duM or tioiac, at tin eor
l-Vmak' Colli ntni only thm ftuarfji from th
aiTominorinte lioardcrs who drsirt- m
iu u luniittirr. ood tart'. firHchisv
Ir. T.J. HAR;.4N, Proprietor.
OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
This B;mk is authorized by tin State Tivamirer tormiv
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and reeeipt for same.
Interest will he aid on money deposited for four months
or longer, and eertifieates of deposit issued for same.
- DIKKI TOKN -
SAW YE It.
J. h. rAKKOI.
W. W. BA Ii.NAI'I),
(i. W. WILLIAMS.
ftf WttniifiKtmi, X. t'.
North Public Square,
WINDOWS, - BUNDS, - DOORS,
All kind of Hulidlnjkt
i.lnsM. Putty, Limt. Plastennj; Hair. Shinle-H, Lnths. Ftncin imm
A Full Uue of Mantels
TVt-( )rdrrs will receive pmn.pt attr-ntion.
and Mould in f it.
hrii and latest improved tm-thoils tor tr
nove. by the mli.-ilii lion ui vaporised and
.-ompri-sscii air apparatus ; aNo l'o
.tin ' Mu- 1'iiHam obtaiticil I r - t 1 1 tin i
We also manufacture a Home Tr
the otti'-c treatment, and n ill h sent
1 1 ur stunts here tor tht past tint
niV curt il man v eases that win nionoumt .1 hoi
'.'Llaintd hy ealliuu at the anit a ritini . IU permisst
cent'en!en o: A-ihevillc : I-.. . Astoti. t x-M;i t.r ) K.
kin. pastor First Meiho.iis't Church; Kcv. V " St h
Collins Capt. Natt Atkinson
Hint; chronic .liseases of the lun
tomicd tluitls h ihc pneuniutic ami
iouihi i vki a in oiiiiuriuni with the vaporized Hal
iftral t.;iN!i'ti irn't- niiir sheville.
ttm.-nt ot the Cnmiio iml Oxygen, which is. nniul tt
on applies. tioii l) 1'Jtprcs.v, on receipt ot" price.
with this tn an "tit has been ithenoiiiennl. hnv-
ha-t ii,..iks and reidenct- enn be
ti it.i'i m i he t'ollnwiiiK well-known
il. Lit .ft. Court ; Ncy.;.c Kan
p:tor First Maptist Church: H. T.
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
IlcalerHin Wall Paper. Window KhadcHnnd Pntcul Hanger.
I'liinm. 'Ills unci Varnishes. Mnsurv's Mix.i I'ninl hiiiI l ol..r WliiOov, i;iaas.
Frt-iu-h and Ani-ni-m:
Wr kixi in sun k St. Linus anil Ktntiuliy !
T. .. H4KIJAN, M. D.
I. I:VIS MAI'Ul'X, I'ns
L. P. Mtl.i Viti'.pres.
I. K. RANKIN, Ca..hi.r.
I)kctiik: U'wls Maililux, M.J. Ilcankn. M. . I'aiiK.J. K. Rankin, I. B. Kav.J K Rftil
S. II. Kct-il. Cm. S IVwt'U. C. M M. l.m.il
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK.
ASH (-A l.Llv. N. C. FKHKFAKV 1st. 1 SHH.
Organized May 1st. 188H.
CAPITAL, &50.000. - - SIHPH S, $10,000
T. TK. COFSTV AM) CITV I iKI't SI'I OK Y.
Does a f.eucral itankinu Business. Deposits received KxchattKC bouhl and sold. Col
lections made 011 all accessible points. The savin; Feature will receive special attention.
Onnll siinii in this .lepartment. deposited tor four months or longer, interest at the rt
of per cetii per annum will be pain.
Special attention iiven tn Iohiis on real estate, whirh will lc placed for Inn,' time on real
Open from " a m to M p. m. On .Saturdays the SnviiiK hi (.artment will bropen till d p. in.
A maior ty o' pcrso s have the nijr'f"i" that CAKIIOMATKll HICVICM.A;i-;H
ire only pa'aialilt in w arm weather. While this is true in n measure as rcpards soua
cri-K. k(;iial''.K AI,F" is an exception, owin to its WARMt.soqualiiies. (I(F,K
AI.I-; is c-sciuiaHy a Wis tkr PevrraKc
I'ri ate familh s can order through their (Iroeer. or from the Factory. Ml 7 Ha wood
C. H. CAMFB1XL.
Makt our own
Trv them. ;
I'an eolfiiie jj'as Freneli Mustard, I'otleil llaine.
Kiissian Caviar. Colman's " Ilrook Trout in
AtK'hovii-s in oil, I'ates ot" (tame, Tomato Sauce,
Aik Iiovv Paste. Fruits in nice. Maco. Ilerrinj;.
We receive rlailv from It.iltimorc, Fresh Cakes.
which we slice and sell by the pound.
TKI'l" F l.KS,
I Ikr.i and
KOPP & LICHTENBERGER,
, Tongue. Triiw.
FAMILY GROCERS, iI'u,"-h To"Kt-
28 PATTON AVKNl'K. Herring.
s ' " ' . " '- j
We carry the Finest Line of Confectionery. Sweitzrr,
Free I iclivery. Fresh Stock. I Neulchatel,
iSap Sajjo ami
Fresh Mackerel, Spiced Lobster, Canton ("linger, Cream dices,
in ToinaioSauce " Shrimp. .Saratoga Chips, '
Smoked Salmon,: " Oysters, il'aper Shell Al- lirazil Nuts,
Tickled Salmon; ! mond. Kimlish I Pecan Nuts.
Honeless Herring; In Class. ! Walnuts. ' Fillitrts.
W. T. I'KNNIMAX.
W. N. I'KNMU .
- PENNIMAN & CO.,
JORItKKS AM DRALRKS IN
ASIIIiYDLLK, N. C.
DUPONT POWDEK CO.. RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLO 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..
XO. 2A PATTilV AVIATE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
IM- I'rompt attention iven tn nil orders. ,lny or night
Just In, and We
! G O O D Si-
are Going to Sell Them.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
AM kinds of Dry Good, Notions,
Blankets. Shoes. Boots. lints
This plat of 7t aeres on Valley street, the
old Catho ic church property, it now offered
for sale either a a whole or in lota to auit
This property in on a beautiful eminence In
the eastern section of the city, commandinu
a view almost equal to the Battery Park of
all the mountains around Asheville. There is
a laree church building on it that can easily
be converted into a residence, around which
stnnds a arove of original native oaks thnt
shades the larger part of the property. This
property will be offered at private sa'e either
in sections or as a whole till the 29th dav of
lannary, and if not sold at that time
it will be so d at public auction, on reason
Plats of the property nay be seen at our
NATT ATKIVSOK ft BON.
aordO dtf Seal Estate Dealer.
POWELL & SNIDER
1 1 reus Goods, GiilKhatns, 1omestic. Jeans. Flannel,
lots of them bought for less thnn cost of ma kin if. Some of them
! cost nothing and a hnlf, und will Iw sold the same way. We are axents for some of the lar-
meit Factories in the South and can sell you Homc-mnde Jeans all wool filled, for less than
you can get them from any other store in the State. We keep GRAHAM'S HOMK-MADK
SHOliS, and will K've you any style nt as low prices as any other factory in the State, and
guarantee every pair. A gnat many of our goods were bought at auction and late in the
season, so we enn nclt them lower thnn you will find them at any other store in the State.
Try nnd see. Prices mude in the store.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
17 Nurtli Mnin street, 1st dtior below Pcnniman's Hardware Store,
J. O. HOWKI.L, Manager.
ARCH1TKCTIRAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification? Furnished on Application
We hae thorough mechanic in each line who have hart many years' cipcrience in thru
business We can safely guarantee our patrons .atisfnrtinn in our work, a low figures
BALLARD, RICH & BOl'CE.
Plans and specificationa prepared and esti
mate, .riven, at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building. Court Housc8quarr
Aanerille. K. C. mar30dlj
HANFOAI) N. LOCKWOOD,
Brooms, Wlilska, Hearlli and
Mill and Factor, grades a specinlty. Quo
tations and samples frce fehlOdl y
' make money
in wall, 8tkeet.
Through the NATIONAL STOCK BX
CHANGE, Bill P St.. N. W., Washington.
l. C. Bmkers In Stock, Grain and Oil. Com
missions and Margin. , satisfactory. Exclu
sive advioc. Orders by Mail and Telegraph
promptly executed. au28 d3m
ASHKVILI.H, N. C. Oct. 22, l8.
The regular annual 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.
Ceo. P. Erwin,
octli dtd See. and Trcaa.
THE HICKORY INN."
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights. Gas. Hot and Cold Water Biitlin and Toilet on each floor.
Cuisine nnd appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOl'GHRAN, Proprietor.
' THE LEADING '
WINE . AND . LIQUOR . STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. -A.8tA.DT, m. i NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C