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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Will W- i.ilt .
... w Huummcu every meming (except M on-
One Year ,i nn
sixMonthi ; ::: I
Three Months 1B0
f.v diuuia Ki
One Week ZZ...... l'l
Our carriers will deliver the"pn'itr"cverv
morning in every part of the eity to our suli
icnbcrs and parties wanting it will please
call at the Citizen Office.
Lost This Office.
Notice J. S Mossrller.
Wanted Jcnka & Jrnks.
Administrator's Notice T. W. Patton.
Christmas Presents Grant's Pharmacy.
For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. m.
December 6, 1889:
U. S Signal Sbbvich Station, 1
winyab Sanitarium. Asheville, N. C.(
LAT. 35.36 N. LOXO.K2.36W. BLB. 2S50FT
OUD8 AND KNDH.
T M HKK A ll'Kli .
' m;2 p m p ml Klnx.i Min. f Iinilv Mcnti
7.2 J 53 0 J 50.8 I 53.2 1.0 I a'o.48
A I'T I. II ft . i . .,
giuins per cubic foot of uir.)
2pm I 9pm I Daily Mean"
3.2W5 3.-415 3M'.fi
Rain and Snow l(Cor. for alt. : tiin.
meltcdsnow depth. Daily Mean
Inches Inches .'io.L'4
2 I I Stationary
Direction. Il'orce (scalco to 101
N & N W 2 I fln.wlv
Ozone Of possible amount, 50 per ant.
KARL VON RI CK, M. II.,
Telephone subscriliers add I'elhatii
druggist, No. 4-9.
Mr. A. Copeland, of Spartanburg. S.
C, brother-in-law of Cnntain Tlios. I).
Johnston, was thrown from his buggy
yesterday and died from the effect of his
injuries. Cantain and Mrs. lohnston
leave to-day to attend the funeral.
If thcnianaijcrsof theMission Hosnital
will attend their meeting promptly at
half past three this afternoon they can
iet through their work in time to eateh
the street car which passes the door at
twenty minutes to five returning to the
Mr. Davis died in the house of Mr.
Payne, who was the father-in-law ol
Judge Fenner, ol New Orleans, a gentle
man well known in Asheville, and now a
proerty holder. The distinguished de
ceased was tenderly cared for in his last
sickness by Judge and Mrs. Fenner.
The WUHhliiittoii Defalcation.
WaSHIM-.TON. Decetnlwr fi Til." ttt ,,i.-il
omniittee charged with investigating
the accounts of the office of the sergeant
it arms, met in the room ol the house
committee on 1 ublie lands at 10.30 this
morning. Alter formally organizing, the
committee went into secret session in
Idler to man nut a nljin of ih-iwitI mc,
U the end of hall'nn hour word was sent
to Lcedom, that the committer desired
ins presence. Lcedom, accompanied by
,'x-L'oiigressmau I'hil Thompson, whom
lie has retained as counsel, responded to
'.he summons; but fhouipsou wastlcuicd
idmission. Lcedom has made another
-earehing examination of the books of
.he office, and places the amount of the
Iclaleation at ji'Jl.SOO.
Death of F. V. sliarpe.
Mr. F. Wallace Sharie, ol Shariesbiirg
ownship came to town about 1 1 o'clock
.Monday niuht and stunned at Mr. K. It.
loyner's. He laughed and talked with
it her boarders in the yard Tuesday
lllirtlitn. ic.-lc.rf Iir:itl':it lccct .-.-it, ..L-.Jl
.vhile combing his hair that he could
lanny ieei 111c eomi). line cuing urcak
asl he dropicd his saucer in his plate
.vhile raising it to his mouth and it was
cen that he had sutVered a stroke of
It was found, while hcwasbetnginoved
Mr. A. W. Adderton, of the firm of Ad
derton & Allison, of Kichinoinl, Va is
now at the Grand Central.
Mr. Ben Posey and Mr. J. V. Ciioht.
prominent lawvers of Murphy, are stop
ping at the Grand Central.
Mr. W. C. Piatt, who represents John
R. Watts, ot Louisville, Ky., has regis
tered at the Grand Central.
Mr. A. R. Brown, who represents tin
large hardware house of W. W. Woodrul
& Co., of Knoxville, Tenn., is at tin
Mr. W. B. Gate'vood, the general cat
tle agent ot the Richmond and Dam-ill
..... 11 was toimt . w 11 r he w:is iciiict innvi'il
railroad, is stopping at the Swamianoa ,, the table, that the whole of his
.wvk.ivi ilm nis uieiiu, .ir. tv. it. jack I'lgiusioewas iiivinvcu, iiiougn lie re
son, of Front Koval. .liucil the power of speech. His brother
I O . S. A S l.'imi' v:is :u ViSt-,1 c.t cc.
Cant. James W. Conmer was in tin .....lit,.,,, i ... i i" .'. i..
cuv yesicrnay, and lett last night foi us House wlicie, aliout ll.L'O, he sus-
itnieti anollier stroke winch endeil hit
He. Mr. Shame was a gallant Con
I U-r.-ltC soMu-r .-. tic.cn . . t' - t ....nirclcr.'
Old was linivcts.illv iikul. He was
oi'obablv 50 to ,m vcars of age
Will be Much MiNscd.
Senator Ileck is slill an invalid, and his
ill vsicia ns tt-ll him lie must tlo iii t It- or no
cork (lining the present session ol Con
; i ess
President Harrison on a Jaunt
Washington. IIccciiiIkt I'i. 1'iesideiit
Harrison and n.ntv Uft WashiiiL'ton
. Mis a Itcriiooii lor Llncasjo via Indiana
'lis. He CMiccts to return bv Wetlnes
lay next 1 1th
i AT RETAIL,, i
For Grate, - $5.00
For Stoves, - $4.50
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
!'r sale at Wholesale and Retail by
ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Bxclusivc AKents I Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolina.
Order from yourGrocvr, our
"ROLLER KINC; PATENT
It is made in Anhcvilli.
And wo pledge our word for it, tlint no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
('.in be inndo from an.v imjiorted Flour.
In the most pojnilnr strailit goods in this miii ket.
Ask your (irocor iort heabove Brands, miinuf.ictuivdliv the
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
II. T. COLLINS. President.
E. E.EAGAN. Swrctnn
ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY.
Ture lee made from Distilled Water. Office: No. 30
I). C. Waddkll,
W. Y. ItAItXAKD,
LA WHENCE Pl'LLIAM,
LADY optb HOUSE
39-THE SHOE ST0RE.-39
Klv.MOVbll TO NO. .T.l PATTON A KXt'E.
a criminal and sav "II
Raleigh on business connected with tin
Penitentiary Hoard. He informs us thai
the railroad work is well down in th
valley of Valley river, having passed
mue or more Deyontl Vallcvtown, am
that the people of Murphy are in a stat
ot pleasurable expectation
The Kev. H. L. Ajjnew, H.Ii., tlicpastoi
ol t.ie New Hethlchem I'rcsbvteriai
church in Philadelphia, arrived in th.
city yesterday alternoon with his will
anu .Miss hmith. Dr. Atrnew isthefathe
of Dr. Hurlliert Agnew, who is stoppin;.
at .ur. ;wccape s. lie lias been callcc
here on account of his son, who has beei
very sick nut is now slowly linpiovm
First PrcHbyterlau Church
Divine worship to-morrow, I Sabbath
at 11 o clock, a. m., and 7. .10 i. in
Rev. B. L. Aimew. D. I) . of I'hiladclnhi
will preach in the niornim;. and tin
pastor Kev. . S. P. Iiryan in th
Ready lr ClirlHlmas Tnule
It is not a good plan to put oil' buying
presents tin me last iiiomcnt. Uvcrv
thing is readv now at Law's iseclariA
...la i ii .. . ,
yfit a..t.oiiii ,lj;ci. .All UOUS ait
marked at low prices, lower than evci
before, ami a better assortineut connni
ue louim. tveryaay is opening day now
at uuw s.
Bought sold and exchanged. .All tran-
saecions guaranteed. Kcliahle nilorin
tion eneeriunv lurnislied
V. M. Ci.ahkk.
Grand Central Hotel.
Hardy Kver-ltloomlnic Rosen.
Largest size for least monev just re
ceived at the City Creciihouscs.ou Chest
nut street. 1-. W. Visi-v & Son.
LIFE INSrRANCK CO.
OF MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN.
Policy record of Kev. J. L. Carroll, of Aslu
Vfilr !C l i.,,..rl I I.. ,u.i f...
117.Hl!si, li) I'nyment Life. Ae 4-Ci, Ainoiinl
$2,500, Annuul rrcniiuul $173,110.
Premium. Casudiv. Ailii.cliy. Ann ins.
i 3.1'. .,1111
1KH3... 173 UD o -,
1HH... 173 90 $29 90 $(HnO 3-r,i,4
1MH:. 1 7 (III M,
1NS... J73tiil 35 IS 73 no n-', KOK KBNT CHEAP.
I.K7 IT't (in Iru , - I
laMM... 173 yii 415", H2 no I'-ik'tit InrKe rooms over ourstore.esjK-cinlly
."r-;.... ,. KlilMI 3 U3 1 I "'"" "' '"'ilMlir.. JipiV l(
Double dividend. A doulile dividend is now nm-ai iHw OKA lis ei TH HASH
paiu on a I poiia.s tne nun year Irom issue.
The above stutement is thoroughly ao-u- IlI'EI? A Til HTST-"'
rate, and I um crcatly uleuseil wit h inv nol V' - - Vy J kjlj
Havinj-- remitly added to
our liiro-e stock a full line of
FINEST IMPORTED GROCERIES,
Wo respectfully ask that you
call and examine same.
We now offer the larp'st
and finest stock of
Altllo' 't were belter "h.-nnreil "
1 lien wiry not sav a horse s tail is
Instead ol that 't is banged ?
I'oiccd politeness Bowing to ncccs-
I'tipulur with touriMtd, families and business
KliL'trie cars puss the dnor
J.- 1 Thl ( tlVIl I.. U1w.1l... l..rl. .
corner tMlver nml illuttns strici.s and
-utlicitiit lirtwccn on which to liuild another
iM.uf. ii not soiti i(y me .ttiin mst. will be
HHTeil i:i puimc inictniti.
r li' lint u ritm t-.-iiv
rnU'i'l i vii ti Ui
nov 2n dtf I'atton Avenue
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN !
And a Rare Chance.
That lare house situated in
Ami known as the Cohen House.
Containing 21 Roonm.
The hmif tin- t.., ..- I
ru-re ot' land, more ean be bought adioininK.
"in uiuKiiiia.-eiii, rtppiy lo
nov 20 dtf
. , . piiii.iiii nun inv pui
uy in tne .North western. I recontmeiii ihhl -
, mvv:.iiiij:i- iu XI.
bank, to all persons desiring to insure their
. ... ' -AKKULL
Asheville. N. C. Dec. 6. Hj.
. ,,.... ,v uiuiniijiuii pro
duce a policy reeonl ol name date, ac and
For an v lurther informntinn nmilt-
i.'wvw;r i i.n 1... i -
...... 1. .T 1 I,. li fV,
Ashevdle or Hendtraon ville, tN. C.
uec aim tu tnu sat
SIGNOR ! BOSGO,
Witu a siiiportinK company of lirst-clins
Prof. Alf. Dcane.
Acknowledged Premier Ventriloquist of
lilt Ul 111.
From ten to twenty aerca of land in Rood
vnV i ii c iii hi. b inim me Asueviilv
wuiiuuuK, mthu iuii aenctiiition ol prop-
rrt if Ufilh lnnn.ii i.nuU nvi.-...
1HNKS it 1EXKS.
Real Estate Broker. 8 i'atton Ave .
dec7 dtf Asheville.
waHranqJ1n!ifide5dt,r JJ MONSTER GIFT NIGHTS.--8
county. N. C, thin in to notify all persons . ,
having claims auainst the estate of said Ur- I fl Tl '"-nK""' "nil Piautiful Presents fn
ceased to exh bit th.m lo tne un.lersiKncd on ,uu Uiven Away Nightly ! IUU
or lielorc Dec. 7. lnuo. or this notice will hr BOSCO iHvn n fi, ......: .
Dlead in bar Ol' their rrrnv.r. All u.iH l,t L.uu.. .... . . r .1 . . '"rc
indented to said estate will please make im- terprise in existence bar none' Honesty ana'
mediute payment. This lice. 6, 1MNH. Fa.rness is his motto ! "onestj anil
T. W. PATTON, Prices of admission reduced to the lowest
dec7dlt W6t Administrator. nxures. ajc. 35c. and 50c.
Keserved I seats on sale a'l usual place. Don't
This la to noti'y the public that my wife. MONDAY.
Ail Ol lis M .f vu.imI I.. I j r . I li... .
h h 1 ' ,uc anu irom i v.
That in mnu iniilrai.t A 1 1 e I
i. . iwuuit ior any aeots
biddei to harbor heT TVOTICB.
dec7 d3t J. 8. MOSSELLEK
Ttlf llnnrrf nf A bl...- a i -ii
. .. ,.-.... , n'ovuueu vt AnnCVIIIC UO
neiviiy rc. 1 11 ire int owner or owners ol any
1 . tm ii anu every punnc
street having public sewer to connect with
k LUk. T.mi.. , ... street havinir mihli
",.''-- .M.F.i v-iionn. rinuer will . 7
IJirarvr re 1 urn 10 inn omcc ana ue suitably re-1 w .n.
designate the manner and tin. f.,r ...h
Mr ' The requirement is made bv virtue f th.
Pnv nn n k 1 1: .1 Act of the I eeislatun- of ihmu
tore. No. 16 Hendry block, next to the po-t am;n1inK the charter of said cit
nKM Alain v a x. . . 1
v.ss. r mu wuv uvrw 0 ruuill VUfcinjCIT, V nlir-
lotie street, near terminus of street car line,
decfl dlw J. A. TENNb.NT.
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning at 8.23 a. m. Ending 10.00 p. m
' Car learn Square for Camp Patton 35 min
utes arterach era hour, and for Dund edar
30 minutes after each odd hour.
Car Icarca Square for Melke's every hoar.
Car learea Square for Depot every half hour.
TUB AaVUBVILLB BTKUUT R Y. CO.
All Dentim. fuilm. n i.-
, . v aa.u Kwcr nm-
"f "on are notihed that they will be dealt
.. .... nulu,uK iu bhiu arocnament to said
The City Enidnecr will be glad to gire di
rections as requin d by aiiid charter
By order of the Board ol Aldermen
decSdtjanl C. D. BLANTON, Mayor.
tin n MISS t it . .
- - . j"u wui cneap
Millinery. Next door to PostoSca.
Kvt'r (iffcrctl in tliis market.
Muyiiifi- for c.'isli in lnrnv lots
we can offer you yoods at
from 10 to 2." per cent, less
than regular prices.
Our store has recently been
refitted and with our latead-
ditions offers greater induce
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:
Tine Teas, finest fresh
roasted Coffee, sold on New
York market, (same as used
iit Hoffman JIou.se), Maple
Syrup. Imported Sweet, Spic
ed and Sour Tickles. Ancho
vies, Calves' Feet Jelly, Cur
ry Powder. Potted f,;iniP
Olives, Olive Oil, Capers, Sal
ad Dressing, Paper Shell Al
monds, (Jrenoble Walnuts,
Pecans and Filberts, Minee
Meat, Plum Pudding, Oat
flakes. Oatmeal, Tapioca,
Sago, Granum, Manioca
Macaroni, Vermicelli, Mush
rooms, Piite de Foie
Gras, Jullienne, Oranges,
Lemons, Grapes, Mammas,
Prunes, Cranberries, New
Crop Ilaisins, Figs, Currants,
Citron. (Jilt Edge Extracts,
Crosse & Iilackwell's, Gordon
& Ditworth's and Philip J.
Hitter Conserve Company's
Jellies, Jams and preserves
in wood and glass, Guava
Jelly, Preserved Ginger, Choc
olate, Rronia, Cocoa, etc.
When passing call and look
at our stock.
s ..Wiry.afc. A
Special Attention ilven to "Style" and "Quality" of Goods,
Herring & Weaver, - Asheville, N. C.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE,
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST HANK
In Western North Carolina.
This Hank is authorized by the State Treasurer to receive
Stnto T.ivou cm :re 1 ... .
. ...c. i.i r. 11 imii oiit-riuw, Him n'eeipt ior same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for four months
or longer, and certificates of deposit issued for same.
J P. SAWYER.
Rev. J. L CARROLL,
J. G. MARTIN.
W. W. RARNARI),
I). C. WADDKLL,
G. W. WILLIAMS,
f)f WilniinKton, N. C.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHKVIXLE, N. C,
n..uMtir,.n.--.1 : .
rr ,,1 . .i inS w,,H-.." t.'."". ""I" na 'n,t.r !'."" wih no dust or noise, at tile cor-
court houe ' l,n"'C -ulllW. "".1 only three squares Iron, the
c.MikiiiK. at rciisonable prices. Also, hot and ,m' Kood ,un- rn-clas
Dr. T. J. HARUAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN ANDMEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All ninrtcrn nnrt Ini.ai )... t .1-1
throat and nose IrVTh; ,i , Z ,' , ' ri,.::! ... 1..". :"K...l:rrJ"Vi- J'? " lnBs
ikr unTi!is'sncd:;; zx-zi r
rW ?;.. to
, T. .. HARUAN, M. I.
GEO. F. SCOTT,
TWATk-1 aUl. KS. '
WINDOWS, - BLINDS, . DOORS,
(.lass. Putty. Lime. I'lMSterin Hair, S'"'"."!!,,, Fencins Post,. All kind, of Huildin'
A Full Line of Itlantelti and ItlouldlnirH.
AD-llril... .MI ; .
' " -ivc iiriMiijii aiu-ntion.
frhl (Id l.r
FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON.
Dealers in Wall Paper, WliidowShadcsand Patent HanKeret.
'Mints. .His an,, Varnishes. Mnsurv's Mired Paints and Colors. Window Ola... hot.
French and American
We keep in slock St. Louis nnd Kentucky Lend. feliS.ln
W. T. 1'RNNIMAN.
W. K. I'KXNIMAN.
LI'.WIS MAUIUJX, Pres
L. P. Mci.orn, vic
1. E. RANKIN, Ca..hier.
- M. M.J HS J. B. Rankin. J. K. Kay, J. E. Reed
-E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
ASHEVILLB, N. C, FEBRUARY 1st, ltR!l.
Organiied May 1st. 1HMH.
CAPITAL, S5o,ooo. . . SlRPLt J. ...,
STATE, COUNTY AND CITY HHPOSITOKY.
Dues a Cenentl Ilankini; Business. Deposits received. Kjtchiuw l,ouKht and sold Col.
lections made on all acccssilile points. The SavinK Feature will receive special attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited for four months or lner. interest at the rate
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Special attention .riven to loans on real estate, which will he placed for loni: lime on real
so nn tile terms.
Open (rom a. m. to 3 p. m. (m Saturday, the SavinK I. 1 artnienl will I,co,ki. till li p ,
PENNIMAN & CO.,
JOHHKR8 AND DEALERS IN
ASIIKVILXE, N. C.
OUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.
OLD HICKORY WAGONS. STUOEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS. ETC. M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
CAMPBELL'S GIKtifcR ALE.
A m,0i.rity of persons have the impression that CARHUNATKII IlKVIvKAIiKil
are only palatable in warm weather. While this is true in a usre as reBnnl. sol.A
watrr, ";iNlil.u AI.K" is an exception, uwinK to its wakuixo qualities (;iM;m
AI.K is essentially a Winter HeveraKe.
Private families ran order throUKh their Grocer, or from the Factory, 217 Hvvv 1
. ; C. H. CAMPBKU.
Puree off'oiejrras, French Mustard, I'ottcil Came, 1 TKI'l-'I-l FS
Russian Caviar, Column's " Urook Trout in I
Anchovies in oil, Pates of Came, Tomato Sauce. Succ.ifish
Anchovy Paste. Fruits in uice. Maco. Ilcrrin,;. I Okra -mil
Umi.. J.iw cr, r...i.: r- .. . Tomato.
, ,. , . ' .. i-rcsn c.'lKcs. :
fc.ng.Breaklast. which we slice anil sell by the pound. Manioc i
JI"' mOD ft TlPIITCUDCDfttD SWl1'.'?
nvS)11Si ' ;,T;1""'rp'0x
in,,Wriai9. 'FAMILY G ROGERS, "" tw&'.
28 PATTON AVENl'K.
Make our own
FlavontiK ye carry the Finest Line of Confectionery. ,'sweitzer,
nxtracts. rLi.'..-.. . . . ' k. .
Thevare I '""cl-'' P resli stock, i .Ncnlcliatel,
strictly pttrFresh Mackerel, ;Spiced Lobster, iCanton Cinder, ic'rcam Cheese
and are iin TnmninKinuvl i : c... ,.T- -l,Bi
LKV i-lib. .hmoked Sa mon, Oysters, Vnxr Shell Al- j Brazil Nuts
.. .,cklfd hlmun. mond. Eturlish Pecan Nuts
Try them. Boneless Herring In Glass. Walnuts. ! Fillierts
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO..
NO. 2H PATTON AVENl'E,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
TA Prompt attention given to all orders, day or nljiht
POWELL & SNIDER
Plana and snecificfttlona nmumi i
mates Riven , at abort notice.
OAce: Wolfe Bnildma. Court Honor an-.
AaherUle. N. C. majSOdlj
IN EWiGOOD SI-
Just In, and We are Going to Sell Them.
All kinds of Drjr Goods, Notions. Dress Goods. Ginghams. Ilomestic, Jeans, Flannel.
Blankets. Shoe.. Boots, Hats-lot. of them l.ouKht for less than cost of making. Some of them
cost nothing and a half, and will he .old the same way. We are auents for some of the lar
Rest Factoriea in the South and can sell you Home-made Jean., all wool filled, for less than
you ean get them from any other store in the State. We keep GRAHAM'S HOMK-MADE
SHOHS. and will give yon any .t.vle at as low prices as any other factory in the state .h
guarantee every pair. A great many of our goods were bqnght at auction and late in the
season, so we can tell them lower than you will find them at ariy other .tore in the State.
Try and ee. Price, made in the .tore.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
17 North Main street, lit door below Pcnniman'a Hardware Store,
J-O- HOWELL. Manager.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, .
V ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification? Furnished on Application
We hace thorough mechanic, in each line who have had many years' e .....
business We can safely guarantee our patrons satisfaction In our work, a low hgm-e.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.
BROOM FACTOR Y.
HAMFOAD N. LOCKWOOU.
Brooms, Whisks, Hearth and
Mill on.1 .1 . C.t...
tation. and .ample, free. febiedly
IN WALL STREET.
aUiuuKU v" itn. i MjnL, niULK tt A.-
CHANGB, 913 P 8t.. N. W Washinfrton,
diukc-th m miA, urein anaini. com
missions and Margins satisfactory. Bxcla-
mi Hv4ca cfWrltrtB Kw U .it - I 1V-1 i
' wcsciu hu icirKTHps
promptly executed. n3H d3m
ASHBVILLB. N T (W a-j nc
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holder, 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. Erwln,
ct2 dtd Sec. cud Treaa.
THE "HICKORY INN
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric LiKht.. Gas. Hot and Col.l Water Baths and Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FHANK LOl'CHRAN, Proprietor.
rTW, THE LEADING "
WINE.-. AND ... LIQUOR ... STORE .
11 THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. aiardt. 1 NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C