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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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Three Months 1.00
One Month Oo
one week ift
Onrcarrieni will deliver the natter everv
morning in every part of the eity to our suri-
senners, ana parties wanting it will please
nut m inr .i-tizhs iimcc.
For Rent- J. A. Tennent
Schedule street Railway Companv.
Tothe l.adyol the lliue I'ouell & Snider.
For the 2-t hours ending at 9 p. m.
December 5, 1889:
V. S. Signal Service Station,
Winyah Sanitarium. Asheville, N. C
LAT. 35.36 N. 1.11X0. K2. I'D W. BLR. 2350 FT
T MI'liKA , I'KE.
7 a m 2 p m p ni Nlnx. Mini Dailv Mean
39.0 54. 2 4 0 57 2 38.3 I 45.311
RELATIVE "H'UMimf Y.
. m I 2pnt I
7 1 3 J
9 p m
, (Jngratn per cubic loot of air.)
7am I 2pm
1.8N3 I l.t.ll
Snow (Cor. for alt, & tern.)
depth. Duilv Mian
Inches ,'io. J2
0 I Stationary
Mrcction. IForce (scaled to 101 Cloudv to
BNB 2 clear.
Ozone Of possible amount, 50 per cent.
KARL vo.N RI CK, M. 0.,
The weather To-Day,
Washington, December 5. Indica
tions for North Carolina. Fair; liht
rain; westerly winds; slightly warmer.
ODDS AND ENDS.
A Serious FlKtit at Newton.
Mr. A. P. Lynch, a yonnp lawyer of
Newton, was badly cut fiy a Mr. Turn
linson last Saturday. There was some
misunderstanding about a fee, and an
exchange of the usual epthets led to
blows. Mr. Lynch knocked Tonilinson
down and fell over him. Tonilinson held
an en knife in his hand, and while
falling ami before Mr. Lynch could get
up, indicted uine ugly gashes in his head,
face and body. The wounds are not
dangerous, though a branch of the
axillary artery was cut und had to be
tied. Mr. Tonilinson gave bail for his
appearance at court, in $3uU.
New York Wor'd.
The rece it movements of Senator Ed
munds have led the Weather liureau to
predict a cold wave.
hakkkth uv tklkuhaph,
When the industrious working mat
gets hold of old rye he doesn't need an in
troduction, but he and champagne art
not old acquaintances. There is a New
York vim and go about it which literalh
makes his head swim. A sufferer, aftei
having indulged rather liberally ii
Mumm's extra dry, said to the mnyoi
the next morning: "I say hie yo
honah, that 'ere hard cider don't lool
like it was strong, but it gets there righ
There are many strange headings usc
on letter paper in these days of fads
Some delight to put The Poplars or Rost
croft on their deliciously perfumed not'
pniier, when there is only one lone, sickly
dying sapling in their 10x20 yard, or .
tender potted rose bush with its first am
last blossom withering on its stem. Hu
one lady in this town goes them one bet
ter, and writes dainty little notes to lit t
friends with the heading: "The Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Atii
mals." Is this a reflection on he
One of the witnesses in a case befor
Judge Whitaker to-day was rather dca
and the lawyers had to shout in his en
to make him mulct stand. A young law
yer of this city was conducting the exam
ination. His face was red from his exei
tions, and his voice was getting faint am
low, perspiration bedewed his brow, am
a wild hunted look crept over his com.
tenance. He emitted veil after veil am
elicited successful replies, but when tl
judge politc'y asked what the witnes
had said, be took a good breath an
bent himself double as he shouted his an
swer to the judge in the unoffending wit
ncss' ear. Habit had been too much am
the court room fairly rang with laughter
une waggisli lawyer suggested that In
should have called up central and asket
them to make connections with tbt
Death of Dr. AnderHon.
Charlotte Chronicle: Kev. Dr. Kobert
Burton Anderson died at his home
Morganton Tuesday afternoon, at 3.;i0.
ot pneumonia. Dr. Anderson was bori
in 183a, and was therelorc hftv-six vear
old. He graduated with distinction
at Princeton, and shortlv afterward en
tered the ministry of the Presbvteriai.
church. In 1800 he married .Miss Jennit
Thornwell, daughter of Kev. Dr. Thorn-
well, who with three children, Mrs. San.
Pearson, lames and Thornwell Andersoi
survive him. Dr. Anderson had been an
invalid lor u number of years, but tlu
sickness which was the immediate causi
of his death, was produced by a chill on
Saturday last. Pneumonia then set in.
and he grew steadily worse. His iriemlr
and relatives were telegraphed for, some
reaching his bedside just after his death
Dr. Anderson was ahrst cousin of Mrs.
S. V. Young, and his wile is a relative oi
Mrs. George E. Wilson of this city.
Pullman Car Shop on Fire.
Chicago, December 5. A fire broke
out last night in the big car works at
Pullman. Engines from the city and tin
down pour of rain aided in preventing
the destruction of the aggregation oi
shops. 1'he flames were confined to tlu
drying kilns and lumber supply. About
$100,000 will cover the loss.
.Honey and Securities Cotton -HrovlHloiiH
UO.NKY AND SKCLKIT1K8.
New Yokk. Dec. 5. Exchange quiet and
Mttttcv easier, 3a7.
6ub-'i rc-asuty imlances Gold, $159, 20L
too; currency, ,3Mj.ouo.
Ouvcriiinctit bonus dull but steady to firm
ih.t cutis. l.J7; per cents, l.Uo.
Slate bunds, dull unti teaturcks-t.
tla.ClussA 2a;i lo.'ii.iNo 1'uc.lstmor N9t
Via. Llushlt. is..luit .. Y. Central ...luliJ,,
ill. 7s, niort lu'Jtul.N. feW.ptd 5'.tL4
. cutis., os.. l.'j'Kl'orinem rac. jitu
. C. Cuns., 4s UGUiN. I', pld 747
x C. Hrowu's...lU4t.ail,acilic.lail 3-'
I'cnn. os KiM4lUcadiUK 3UVj
li-llll. 5s 1U3 ;Kich. &i Alle 2 I Vj
i villi. Set., 3s 73UIK. St . i'oint..
Virginia lis 50 ikock Island
itrKiniu cons... 37 M. i'aul o.-Va
orlhvcstertt ...10115., do ulu 11:
tlo pld ...140 1 Tex. I'ucitic ll)ai,
tic! & Lack. v 137' icnu Ltial fern
trte itZ(itnun nti'inc bi'-j
t.nsi ictin yw.v 1. central...!
Luke Shore 1U-!N, Mo. racitic Cu-fa
t.ou. a: .asn t. '.K estcra l nion eta
iftn. ft: cuar... ou eolton-secu oil
ilobA: UI110 I2tj Certtticules 30lj
usu. a: k.uut...llt ttirunswiclc 31
(j j 1 . ;
J. S. GRANT,
(Of the Philadelphia Colleue of !H
1 AT RETAIL, i
For Grate, -For
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVIIXE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive AKcnts (I'oniestic and Steam) for Western North Curolina.
2 24 S, MAIN ST. s
OrdtT from your Grocer, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is made in Asheville,
Ami we pledfp our word for it, that no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
Tan be made from any imported Flour.
Ih the most popular straight coods in tliis
Ask your Grocer fortheabove Brands, manufactured by the
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
39-THE SHOE STORE.-39
REMOVED TO NO. 39 PATT0X AYENUi.
N'KWYohk, Pec. 5. Cotton sttudv. Salts
o day 304-halis; uuililliiiK uplands loL,;mni
l.niK ttrlcans lU'.a. Total ntt rcct-itU at all
.oris to-uay .l,o;7. r..ports to (treat Urit-
1111 14,ttl. 1-ranee 7 ,yyb, Loutineut lo.Uld
tock iu.L'su bales.
NBW Yokk. IH-c. 5. Cotton Net receipt!
00; Krtss 3,3:t:i. 1-' 11 tu res closed dull but
leady. hales . HHi hales,
ve lO.la I il.lj.Miiy 10.34.110.3;
an IO lUalU.lliJunv 10 41.110 4
ilanh....io L'lali) L'l'i Auuuxt.
ipril IO. i 7a 10 L'NjScpt lO.oyalO lu
Oalvuston, I ice. 5. Cotton steady, 9
NoitFoi.K, l tec. 5. Cotton steady, 9 13-10
Hai.timo' Dee. 5. Cotton nominal, 1(KW
eeeipis U.-i o.
lUthTtix, i cc 5. Cotton quiet, lOttUHj;
WiLXiiNt.ToN. N. C, Dec. 5. Cotton firm.
riiiLAhKLi'HiA, Lec. 5 Cotton firm, 10s.
Savannah. Dec. 5. Cotton firm, 9 1 1-1 0;
. ei ipta 3Uh"t.
Nkw ohi.kaxs. Dec. 5. Cotton steady, 9-r'(,;
Moiiilk, Dec. 5. Cotton quiet, 93; riccijit!
Ml-Ml' ms. Dec. 5. Cotton steady,
,i i;i'sta, Dee. 5. Cotton quiet, 919 11-
U: receipts 1 in 1 .
Ciiak1.i:sto.n. Dec. 5. Cotton steady, 9 13-
b; receipts liboU.
LADY OFT,.n HOUSE
Having recently added to
!":i;!!!!u. 0U1" st(-k iX m'l line of I
FINEST IMPORTED GROCERIES,
We respectfully ask that you
call and examine same.
We now offer the largest
and finest stock of
Ever offered in this market.
Special Attention Given to "Style" and "Quality" of Goods.
Herring & Weaver, - Asheville, N. C.
I'KOVISIONS AM' I'KOPl CK.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHEVILLE, N. C,
llrautirullr locatrd in a yrovc of oaks and white pine, with no dim or nolac. at the cor-
iili ii wmt miu ii uuuilll BircviN. Qettr me PCinmr L n lirf n ll rl nnlu V, r . .
court house. ' "i" 'rum lm
hiivf it niimlic nrirnntlv.rHmili - m .
nice, timet place, awav Irom the hote s. N'icc rnnm t..; a , "
- - .,.. piiiiD, ninui mill .IIU IIULI1S.
Dr. T. J. HARGAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND-MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
nodcrn and Intent imoroved methods for tn-m
inroal and none, ny the inhalation ul vaporized and atomized fluids by the pneumatic and
AHHlicunientof a Notion Firm.
Richmond, Va Decemlier 5. S. T.
Martin unci W. A. Powers, wlmlesali
dealers in while oods and notions under
the firm name Martin & Powers mailt
an assignment to-day. Liabilities 5o,-
000; assets unknown. The stock is esti
mated at $25,000.
Washington, Deeem'ier 5. Bond offer
ings to-day, $947,050; all accepted at
104 for four and halls, and 127 lor four
per cents. In uddition to this amount
bonds to the value of $1,600,000 were
sold to the treasury department to-dav
V.. .1 VI...: 1 1 I. j : J
ojf iuc iiuLiuiiui uuiik ucposuanes.
Ready fr Chrlslmas Trade.
It is not a good plan to put off buying
presents till tne last moment, livery
thing is ready now at Law's (see large
add on second page). All goods are
marked at low prices, lower than ever
Deiore, and a better assortment connot
be found. Everyday is opening day now
at i.aw s.
Cincinnati. Ii-c. fi. l-Mmir steady. Whea
;ooil tieniaiiil No. 'i rt-il NO. Corn N
nxt-il ;is. oats No 1 mixed I'.'l. I.nnl
,snn. ;0. lluik meats in liht demand.
nisKey steady 1.'.
Ciiicaoo. Iec. 5. Cash quotations to-day
.wrc as lollows : I-lourtasier. Wheat N
.d 7N:t4. Corn No. l ai. nats No. J uot-.n
.'O,. Mess pm k 11 aoa'.l o. I.aril 5 U-'Ca
lo. Miort rilis -1- yoao.o. Whiskey 1.02.
Nh:v Viirk. Dee. 5. Southern Hour steady
i heat weaker No. 11 red has-li'i. Lorn
es active and s-rotiK No 2 4ai.M. Dots
ellve anil stronger Dec. LH-i. . Cotlee llee
" ;"ial."i.(io. buuar retined tirni. Molasses
-New Orleans steady. 1'itrolciim rclimd (litinilH lff(il' OTP'ltot' l'llilnno
Mill. Cottonseed oil mill, l orklirm. I.aril ' 1 11 1UI1S Ullt 1 S 1 e ' 1 HHlU( e-
western steam b.auuao.ao. i-reihts tirni
All modern and latest improved methods lor treating chronic diseases of the luni!s
l e l-i , j niroiu and nose, oy tne intimation ol vaporized and atom zed fluids hv the iitirumf,H,. dh
Buyill"- fi)!' Oasll 111 large lotS compressed air apparatus; also Compound Oxytfen in connection with the vaporized Bat
IVPl-ill flffpp vnn immlu n ,u a' m.nnu,actur? a Home Treatment ol the Compound Oxygen, which is, equal to
Wrltlll UlltM llll liOIHln JIT the office treatment, and wi he sent nn nun i-nt,,n h, i... , ' J".
.mi -.. acre lor me past tnree years wun tnis trentl lent lias been ohrnomen,,! I,,.
ins cured many cases that were pronounced hojieless. whon h.iks and residences can lie
obtained by rallinir nt the Sanitarium. Hv nermission k.. i..n...: ,,
Kentlemen of Asheville: E.J. Aston. ex-Mayor; J. IS. Reed. Lum t . . Court; KeT.O.C.Kan-
" "C k.iiuini . no. n . i. ATOCin, ll.sior flint UaptlSt CllUTCh ; H. T.
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinson. uim
T. .1. HARGAN, M. D.
from 10 to 2o jior cent, less
than regular prices.
Our store has recently been
refitted and with our latead-
I.HWIS MADDUX, Pre. L. P. McLOl'B, Vice-I'res. . B. RANKIN, CaAier.
Directoks: Lewis Maddux, M.J. Dearrien, M.J. FaKK.J. E. Nankin, J. B. Ray, I. B Reed
S. H. Reed. Geo. S. Powell. C. M Mcl.oud. ""u
Popular with tourists, families und business
lilt'ctnc cftrs piissi the door.
Th' e two houses in Shelby Park,
corner Silver and Willi.-itiis streets and
Known as the Moouev property, six
md seven r omstaeh. Lot 75x111). Sia4
ulticiiiit between on wh'ch to build another
tons . i not sold bv the 30th inst. will be
oriitrcd nt puldic a net urn.
i'riee low unu terms easy.
C UK T LAND BROS.,
ikiv L'(t dtf Patton Avenue.
ToFSALE AT A BARGAlFr
And a Rare Chance.
That lar;e house situated in
And known as the Cohen House,
Containing: 21 Rooms.
The house has never been occupied. One
acre ol land, more can be boiiKht adioininu.
Vii iv magnificent. Apply to
ments than any house in the
We haven't space to give a
complete inventory of our
immense stock, but have four
floors packed 'to speak for
We mention only a few:
line leas, finest fresh
roasted Coffee, sold on New-
York market, (same as used
at Hoffman House), Maple
Syrup, Imported Sweet, Spil
ed and Sour l'ickles, Ancho
vies, Calves' Feet Jelly, Cur
ry 1'owder, i'otted Game,
Olives, Olive Oil, Capers, Sal- Gun'owt,er'
ad Dressing, Paper Shell Al- PoIoks-
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
ASHEV1LLB, N. C, FEBRUARY 1st, lk.89.
Organized May 1st, 1H8H.
CAPITAL, $30,000. . . Sl'RPLlS, S10.000
STATB, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORY.
Does a General Ilankin Business. Deposits received. Exchange bought and sold. Col
lections made on all accessible points. The Saving Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four months or longer. Interest at the rate
of 4 per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention given to loans on real estate, which will lie placed for long time on real
Open from H a. m. to a p. m. On Saturdays the Saving IH.artmenl will beopen till ti p. m.
CAMPBELL'S GINGER ALE.
A majority of persons have the impression that CAKHONATKD BEVERAGKN
arc only palatable in wakm weather. While this is true in a measure as regards son.
water, "CilMtiHR AI.K" is an exception, owing to itsw.tKuiNoqualities. UIM;KK
ALE is essentially a Winter Beverage.
Private families can order through their Grocer, or from the Factory, 217 llavwood
C. H. CAMPBELL,.
H. T. COLLINS. President.
K. E.EAGAN, Secretary
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Pure lee made from Distilled "Water. Office: No. 30
I). C. AVaddell,
W. W. Barnard,
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK
In Western North Carolina.
This Hiink is authorized by the State Treasurer to receive
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for four months
or longer, and certificates of deposit issued for same.
J P. SAWYER.
Kev. .1. I,. rAUUOLL.
I. (i. MAKTI.V
W. W. IJAKNAIU).
I). C. WADDHIiL,
(J. W. WILLIAMS.
Of Wilmington, N. C.
North Public Square,
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, - DOORS,
Glass, Putty, Lime, Plastering Hair. Shingles, l.aths, Fencing Posts. All kinds of Huilding
A Full Line of Mautcla and Mouldings.
la(r ()rders will receive prompt attention.
FITZPATRICK BROS, & ROBERTSON.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Windo-tvMiadeaand Patent Hanger,
'aints. Oils and Varnishes, Mnsurv's Mixed Paints and Colors. Window Olass, botli
French and American
We keep in stock St. Louis and Kentucky Lead. febr.dl
W. T. PKNNIUAK.
W. K. l'KNNlkl AN.
JOBBBR8 AND DEALERS IN
JlLAJJRiD i W I A I RTE
ASIIEVILXK. N. C.
OUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO.. CORTLAND WAr.fiN pn
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDE8AKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COHMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
Bought sold and exchanged. All tran
sactions guaranteed. Reliable informa
tion cheerfully tumished.
W. M. Clarke,
Grand Central Hotel.
Hardy Ever-Blooming Hoses,
Largest size for least money just re
cti vco oi ine v.iiy ureennouses.on Chest
nut street. F. VV. Vfsey & Son.
Por one or more years, that splendid new
tore. No 18 Hendry Block, next to the po-t
office. A Iso one new 6 room cottaar, Char
lotue street, near terminus of street car line.
dccfldlw J. A. TENNENT.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning nt 8.33 a. m. Ending 10.00 p. m.
Cnr learn Square for Camp Patton 38 mln
wtca after each even hour, and for Dond.cday
SS minutes after each odd hour.
Car leaves Square for Melke'a every hoar.
Cnr leaves Square for Depot every half hour.
TUB AbUEVILLB BTBBBT Htf. CO.
KVJK RKNT CHEAP
Kicht larce rooms over ourstore.esoei-inllv I r-lnrla npanoKIn I r.ng.DreakulSt
suitable lor honrdcrs. Applv to ...v...v..-., v.i.t.c; ntuilllto,
novui d4w ORAVES & THRASH . . ... Innnn
i -wans ana t noerts, Mince
Meat, rium Puddinff, Oat-
a ,1 . 1 m .
nuhes, uauneai, lapioca,
Sago, Granum, Manioca, Make our own
.Macaroni. wmiw l. Mush. fcxtracts.
December 9, 10 & 11.
I'lirceolfoie grnsiFrench Mustard, ll'ottcrl Came, I TRI'FFLES,
iRiissian Caviar,Colman's " JUriink Trout in 1
Anchovies in oil, j Fates of Game, .Tomato Sauce, Succotash,
Anchovy Paste. Fruits in uice. iMaco. Herring, i llkra and-
We receive daily from Haltimore, Fresh Cakes, j Tomato,
which we slice and sell by the pound. Manioca,
: KL&IJCHTENBERGER, ig&S
, . iTongue, trijie,
FAMILY G ROGERS, iLuneh To"k.
28 PATTON AVENUE.
We carry the Finest Line of Confectionery.
Free Delivery. Fresh Stock.
rooms, 1'ate de Foie
Gras, Jullienne, Oranges,
Lemons, Grapes, Hananas,
Prunes, Cranberries, New
AeknowledKed Premier Ventriloquist of Crop RaisinS, FlgS, CuiTailtS,
With a supporting conipnny of Arst-cluAS
3LiiiLi,y iuic(rrcsii AiaeKcrci.topiceu rooster, Lnnton Ciiner. Lreain Cheese,
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN k JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO..
NO. 23 PATTON AVRNl'E,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
geT -Prompt attention iriven to all orders, dav or niirht
and nre lin Tomato Sauce
VERY FINE. Smoked Salmon,
Trv them. Boneless Herrinif
Shrimp, Saratoga Chins.
Oysters, ll'aper Shell Al- Brazil Nuts,
I niond. Knclish Pecan Nuts,
In Olass. Walnuts. I Filberts.
Prof. Alf. Deane,
knowltdtfed Premier Vcntriloquia
3 -MONSTER GIFT NIGHTS. 0
Citron. Gilt Ede Extracts,
Crosse & Blackwell's, Gordon
-nHiSV.n J" a fnTI tnt"-i'"r'n. more & Ditworth's and Philip J.
and lietter Presents thnn any other IVi't Kn- "
Ritter Conserve Company's
Jellies, Jams and preserves
in wood and glass, Guava
Jelly, Preserved Ginger, Choc-
Inn Elesjant and Beautiful Presents inn
IUU Given Away Niuhtlv IUU
tcrprise in existence liar none! Honesty and
Prices of admisMion reduced to the lowest
nnii res. 15c, jsc. and sot.
Reserved seats on sale at usual place. Don't
forget the date
The Board of Aldermen of Asheville HnlolfltP. Rmnm. PfPnn. ofo
hereliv reimire the nun nr t.wn..rm ... I t '
improved lot atone- each and every public
-iiCTi irniiRK pnuiic sewer to connect wun
said sewer at once.
Upon apolication the City Engineer will
des-Knate the manner and place for such con
The requirement is made hv virtue nt th
Act of ihe ' eirisluture of 1889. chapter 223,
amending the charter of said cilv.
All pen-ons failing to make said sewer con
ne. tion are notified that they will be dealt
with according to aaid amendment in ....1
The City linginrer will be alad to rive dl.
rections as rcqnird by s iid charter.
oy oraer oi tne Hoard ol Aldermen
J , . CD. BLANTON, Mayor.
Go to MI8S LANCB h vnn want .h..n
Millinery. Next door to Postomot.
When passing call and look
at our stock.
POWELL & SNIDER
Plans and specifications prepared and esti
mates given, at short notice.
once: Wolfe Building, Court Hoase Square
AabrrUlc, N. C. marSOdly
Just In, and We are Going to Sell Them.
All kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Ginghams, Domestic, Jeans, Flannel,
Blankets, Shoes, Boots, Hats lota of them bought for less than cost of making. Some of them
cost nothing and half, and will be sold the same way. We are agents for some of the lar
gest Factories in the South and can sell you Home-made Jeans, all wool filled, for less than
you can get them from any other store in the State. We keep GRAHAM'S HOME-MADE
SHOES, and will give yon any style at as low prices as any other factory in the State, and
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 yon will lind them at any other store in the State.
Try and see. Prices made in the store.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
17 North Main street, 1st door below Penniman's Hardware Store,
J- O. HOWKI.L, Manager.
HANFOAD P. LOCKWOOD.
Brooms. WtiUata, Heartb and
Mill and Factory grades n specialty. Quo
tations and samples free. frhlfldiy
IN WALL STREET.
Through the NATIONAL STOCK BX-
CHAKGB, 912 P St., N. W., Washington,
D. C. Brokers in Stock. Grain and Oil. Com-
mIuImi. .nH SJ anHni Mti.faetnrv Rveln.
sive advice. Orders by Mail and Tek-grapa
promptly execntcd. an3a d3na
ASHBVILLB, N. C, Oct. 22, 1889.
The regular annual 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. Erwln,
Sec. and Trcaa.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK..
Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application
We have thorough mechanics in each line who have had many years' experience in theie
business We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction in our work, a low figures
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
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THE HICKORY INN."
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights. Gas. Hot and Cold Water Baths and Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOUCHRAN, Proprietor.
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FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
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