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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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day) at the folio winn rates strictly cash:
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Six Months 3 oo
Three Months j 50
One Month , so
One Week 15
Our carriers will deliver' "the piilr every
morning In every part of the eitv to our nub
senbers. and parties wanting it will pleaae
call at the Citizen Office.
Wantril Jenks & Jcnks.
Hiliday Goods Arthur M. Field.
To Stock Owners Scottish-Carolina Tim
ber & Lund Co.
For the 2i hours ending at 9 p. 111.,
December 11, 1889:
V. S. Signal Skkvicu Station. )
Winyah Sanitarium, AshcviUc, N. C.(
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-(.L"Arum' P'reutic luut ul nir.)
am 1' p m I 'Join 1 Puilv Menu
1' p ra
I 1IAUUM liTI.K.
Snow H.Cur. lur alt. A: tciu.
depth. llaily Mean
luetics :;o 3i
O I Rising.
WlNO. I WBATHliK
Uirection. Force (senleo tu lol
N -N W I 4 I Clear
Olone Of possible uuumiit, i0 per ei lit.
KAKL VON Kl'CK, M. H ,
The twenty-fifth anniversary of the
ownership of the Philadelphia Public
Ledger by Mr. G. W. Childs. and also
the twenty-fifth anniversary of its di
rectorship "by Mr. William V. McKean as
editor-in-chief, was most pleasantly com
memorated Saturday afternoon in a re
ception tendered the latter named gentle
man by the "Ledger family."
Pelham's Drug Store, No. 2 Patton
avenue, opposite Grand Central hotel.
Queen Victoria is still winning prizes
at linglish cattle shows. Victoria is
greater as n cattle-raiser than as a
(jucen or writer.
Advice to Mothers).
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, al
lays all pains, cures wind colic, and is the
licst remedy for diarrhu-a. 'J'k. a bottle.
)iikki;ts ii V ti:i.i;(;haph.
Work on a New Railroad.
Work began on the Yadkin railroad
yesterday. 1 wentv hands shovelled dn 1
on the first grade, beginning at a puim
some little instance above the cotton lac
tory. The men started at the Kichmomi
and Danville track. It was expected to
start 100 or 150 men, but they struct,
for SI per day, 73 cents being the pnci
The contract has been let to the Green
ville construction company, winch com
pany will sublet the work!
The work is to be completed within 1
months from the first 01 Jaimarv. Thii
road has been talked about lor Ju years,
but the first lick was not struck till yes
terilay. It opens up a line section o,
country, runiiin", as it docs, liom Salis
bury to Norwood, Stanley coiintv, In
way ot Gold Hill and Albemarle.
The country through which it run
abounds in gold and an excellent quality
ol granite. '1 he court house in kaleigi
is built of the Kowan granite. Thcncwh
opcncd,up section is also a line tinil.ci
land, containing pine, oak and all olhci
kinds of North L'ar.ilina limber.
The officers ot the road aie Theo. V.
Klut'.z, president ; V. Manny, treasure!,
and A. 11. Hoyden, sccrct.ii v. Sianlcx
voted $1011, 111 it) couiuv bonds, am.
Kowan SOU.OUU for the "construction o.
Hardy Acr-IIlooiniou KtmeH.
Largest size for least money just re
ceived tit the City Grcciilioiiscs. on Chest
nut street. ' K. v Vi st v cc Son.
Pelham's di ng store is no longer 01,
South Main street, but is located in that
handsome store room, No. lit Patton
All attempts to rear biill.ilncs in cap
tivity ot late years have proved unsuc
cesslul. A babv buffalo, born recent I v ii
Central Park, New Vork, dial on Mon
day of rickets.
Pelham's Drug Store, No. L'4 Patton
avenue, opposite Grand Central hotel.
Miss Kate Drexel, now known as Sis
ter Katharine, has purchased sixtv acres
of land at Andalusia, near Philadelphia,
as a site lor a convent she iuicmls to
Money and Securities-Cotton -I'roviHloiiM
MONKY ANI1 SKCTKITIKS.
New Vokk, lice. 1 1. Exchange quiet tint
Money light, las. closing olVereil at 4.
Sub-Treasury balances Gold, $lf,y,
MiU; currency, $7,tMH,000.
Covertitnellt lioiuis dull but steady 4 per
tents. 1. 117'; 4la per cents, $l.u4la.
State liuntis, dull but lirm.
Ma.ClassA Jao 10.iL4iNu l'ae. t stmor m
Ala. Classli."is..ll0 N. Y. Central .. .11171,
oa. 7s. lnurl lol'tjiN. V V. pld f'.a4
.. C. Cons., C.S..1J3 NortlR-rii l'ltc. 3-1.,
X. C. Cons., 4s U7 N. f. pi'U 7l
S. C. HiinNU,s...lo4i,jil,ucilkMail 3."0:.
I cnn. lis lll.";t4l Heading 3tlrs
lain, fis nil' itKicll. .V Alle 22
1 cnn. Set., 3s 74-SlK. It W l'oiut.. U2l
Virginia lis ."o iKuek Island U7la
Uremia Cons... 37 (St. Paul li'.'1!,
-Mil Uiwesurn ...1 1 1 do pld 113
do pld ...141 Tex. Pacific l'.i-1,
lcl ,v Lack l.'isl4 iciin ConUVl'n 77
c-rie -7-',, 1 111011 racitic i;ih
luist Tenn yls.N. J. Central...! -'i.4
Lake Shore 107'VMo. Pacific 7
i.ou. ,v .Nash h.'iU. Western t'tiioil HZ
Weill. .V Char... lio iColton-secd nil
Unit. ohu 13t4 Ccrlitu-ates 31
asU. iV ctiat...lo2 (Itruuswiek 3ll.j
Ni:v Vohk, Ilec. 11. Cotton firm. Sales to
lav 74 bales; middling uplands lot4; iuiddiiui
. nkaus nil.. Tola! net receipts at all ports
lo-day 40. 1 M lixports to Great llriluin 31!,
to4; France l.sou, Contitieiil 5.S4S. St,oek
Nkw Vokk. lire. 1 1 .Cotton Net receipts
Jl 33; Kross Ttilo l-'u tares closed steady. Smi-s
-. .'JOU bales.
'ee lo.l4al0.1.-.,May 10.33alo 34
ail Ill O'.i luue 10 40a 1 O 41
cell IO 1 4a 1 0.1 ."),J at v 1 0.4fa 1 0.4t
WU1CI1....10 1'lalo L'1'Auiillst....lU..iOalll 51
ttinl 10. : 7a 1 o i;si.-etil lo.oualo 1 1
t;.w.vi:sTo.N, lice. 11. --Cotton holiday; re
Noki tu.K, lire. 11. cotton easy, tl7v; re
IIaliimokk. i'ec. 11. Colton nominal.
Huston, nee 11. Cotton iju ict, li l'l,a llti;
W ibillNoTON, N. C, Uec. 11. Cotton holi
iay, receipts 571.
1'iiilaiikli-ii:a. Lice 1 1 .Cotton hriu. loto;
ftAVANNAll, lec. u. cotton holidav. re
Niiw tiui.iCAVs, Pee. 11. Cotton holidav.
MoniLii, lec. 11. Cotton dull, yJh; n-ceipts
i AT RETAIL, i
For Grate. - $5.00
For Stoves, - $45
BEST ANTHRACITE COAL
For nalt ut Wholesale mid Ketail ly
ASIIEVILLE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive AKcntft ( Domestic nnd Strnni) for Western North Carolina.
H. T. COLLINS, President.
E. E.EAGAN, SecreJ
ASHEVILLE ICE C 0 M P A N V
l'ure Ice niudo from Distilled Water. Office: No.
Pntton Avenue. t fi
I). V. Waddkll,
AV. W. Dahnard, Lawkence Yvia i ttl
Vice I'resident. Cashier. 5-
Order from yourdrocer, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
It is m.ide in Aslievillc,
And we pledge our word for ii. (lint no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
Can he tunde from jiny imported Flour.
Is the most popular straight ";oods in this market.
Ask your (irocer for the above Brands, manufactured bv the
ASIIEVILLE MILLING CO.
Telephone No. 36.
CAPITAL, 8150,000. I
Tiir iiiTiitftin naiiif-nr annriMi .
I Mr- HW I lllnlfll HANK III- JlMlrV 1 1 V
H wiaaiH v m w w to
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST BAXll
In AYcuterii North Carolina.
LADY ohVH HOUSE
M KM THIS,
C" 1 1 IKI.I lo, tie
11. Colton iiuiet, lJai. re.
11 Cotton holiday: re.
e. 1 1. Cotton holiday; re
PKOUSIONS M) l-KOIM'CH
CINCINNATI, lue 1 1 . 1'hnir dull
No L' in
M .I3S. I IfltS
A Pleee of Advice.
Many put off buying presents till tile
List inuinent, when tlicie is 11 ure:tt rush
anil the stocks lire picked over. Sec mv
litrc ail. on scconil p.iyc. Kcul it care
fully. My goods arc marked lower and 1
have a finer stock than ever lielore. Conn
and see tor yourself. J. II. Law.
fi", "l anil lii S. Main St.
'Q13IJ 1 MlHlilV
adiiiniidf tiiUPil pub jiis a
i-.l IT.. J'urk-H i'.i
Wln.ki- .U;uly 1 .
. I 'iv. 1 1 c';i-h i tin tat inns to-ilnv
1i.ii..vs : I'l.mr su-.niy. U hcut No
l".i7-''v Coin N. J 3J:,H Oats
ii. L'i"i ..;tL'u i4. Mi-v iiork iMiuait.o. I.aril
yd. hui t rifts 7"ia.Vdd. Whiski-.y l.O'J.
j-:u Vokk. I nv 1 1 Southern (lour ciuirt.
vMttat strnrtiiiT .n. J ml "4i.4a.s:i4. Corn
liiu t an.l wtaktr-No 'J j;i4. Oats firm anil
liiict I'ti- uu. CotUi live. li S.")a10.U.
mi Mar iuiiiL-il tirm ami (jiiift. Molasses
Niw (.M leans fairly active. IMroIeutn re lined
7 "id. L'ottuneeii oil steadier, i'ork less aet
ive and tirm. I. aid western steuin 0.3d,
Kreiuht- tirm Cotton 7-;rJIi hid; tirain fI.
I'upular with tourists, familiisand businc-is
Klectric cars pass the door.
00' I VM
OG'l " .. iRX .,
aaAV P?Id M!S
Hv virtue of u lu-td of Trust executed
V. i-2. Watkins and wile, dated June 1 1 . 1
atid registered in the eiter's" oltiee of Hun
conihe county in Hunk No. 1 7 at pane 1 1 i. 1
will oiler lor sa e at public aiution on Mon
day, anuary 0. 1 himi. at 11' oYlock m., at
thi.- court house dour in Ashcv ille. . . .
1. One lot in A-dievillc, N C, 40 feet east
of center of main tr-iek of V. N. C. K. K.,
smith of the IreiK'it depot, in size about
Jtixsii ttet, on which is situated the brick
luiildiiiK now occupied as oilicts by uid rail
ii. One lot at the southwest eorner of Mcr
rim on avenue and Hillside street, in Ashc il!e.
frmuiiiK aiioui L'70 feet on Men imon a venue.
a"d be n u hits N. la, 1 1, 17 ttiid 18 of v hat
is kn wn as Hawks' Addition to Asheville.
.'i. One lot on west side of Hml-y street,
fronting hi feet on Uailev street and about
r.C. lei t deep.
l'or lull d seription of said projnrty refer
ence is h.reby made to said deed of trust on
record as above, s-aid sale is to satisivdtbts
in said deed of trust mentioned as diie the
Bank of Asheville. Terms eah.
I.AWklCNCI-; 1TL1.1AM, Trustee.
novl'l d 7t thu
jok ri;nt cheap.
Kiirht larpe rmnns over ourstore, especially
suitable tor buunttrs. Applv to
novl tlw OKA ICS & THRASH
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH PROPERTY
This pint of 7 acres on Valley utreet. the
obi Catho ic ehureh property, is now ottered
tor sah either us a whole or in loin to suit
This property is on a beautiful envnence in
the eastern section of the city, conimandinu
a view almost eiiunl to the Hatterv I'ark of
all ttie mountains around Asheville. There is
a larj-e church bunding on it that can cnsily
be converted into h residence, around w hich
st.tnds a vrove of original native onkn that
shades the larger part ot the property. This
property will be ottered at nrivute sa'e either
in sections or as a whole till the 29th day of
January, lNito, and it not sold at that time
it will be so u at public auction, on reuson-
aauaijo auv snoiiovhuv i vi 33d s'nt.ie terms.
IMatsot the proiwrty mar be seen at our
S0009 H3MIS 9NI1UH1S
QNV 0109 onos
jo f 3)S m aniuiBxi puy
xv iix3 ox aaxiAKi anv
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
Real Estate Dealer.
To Stock Owners.
For Sale Two Pedigree Short Horn Bulls,
Registered in Short Horn Herd Book. Ad
dress the General Manager
SCOTTISH-CAROLINA TIMBER k LAND CO.,
decl2dlw w8t Knoiville, Tenn.
Board and two rarnished roomnjoe front,
in private family for the winter, lor gentle
man and wile. Best of reference.
Apply at office, to 1 2 a m , 3 to B p rtl.
decl2 dtf 28 Patton Arc.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN.
I'olirr record of Rev. J. L. Carroll, of Ashe
vitl..N. C., issued (ec, 18H2. Pohcv No.
117.S2W, 10 rtiyment Life. Arc 4li, Amount
$2,fnu. Annual Premium $173.9U.
Premium. Cashdiv. Adil.div. Amt.ins.
1K3... 173 UK 2 "())
JHX4-... 17.1 till Ol) $r,K)n 2,5i4
INKS... 173 IP 1 u 70l( 2,631
lx-... 173 (to 3.1 15 73 011 2.70
i i.i :n L'i 2,H(J3
1MNM... 173 HO tl 55 NliOO 2.115
lfy... 1 i J 'Jll 3tt 81, OU 3.U31
houblc dividend. A doulite dividr-ndisnow
paid on a 1 policies the nith year from issue
The above statement is thoroughly accu
rate, nnd I nm greatly pleased with mv pol.
icy in the Northwestern. I recommend this
company nnd it. agent, Mr. Hrnest L. Hw
lnnk, to all persons desiring to insure their
lives. . i,. CAKKULL,
Asheville, N. C, Pec. 6, "H9.
All other companies are challenged to pro
duce a poucy recoru 01 same date, age ana
kind in comparison,
i'or any further information apply to
ERNEST b. EWBANK,
Asheville or Hcndersonville, N. C.
dcc7dlm tu thu sat
. A large Rosewood Piano, In good condi.
tion. Apply to
MRS. 8. B. BI'CHANAN.
declldSt South Main street.
One sis room house on Academy street
splendid location and elegant view.
For further uarticulars aoolv to
deeJO d3t 2J7 HA V WOOD 8T.
Having recently added to
our large stock a full lino of
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.
Buying for cash in large lots
we can offer you goods at
from 10 to 25 per cent, less
than regular prices.
Our store has recently been
refitted and with our latead
ditions offers greater induce
ments than any hou.se 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 :
Fine Teas, finest fresh
roasted Coffee, sold on New
Vork market, (same as used
at Hoffman House), Maph
Syrup, Imported Sweet, Spic
ed and Sour Pickles, Ancho
vies, Calves' Feet Jelly, Cur
ry Powder, Potted (lame,
Olives, Olive Oil, Capers, Sal
ad Dressing, Paper Shell Al
monds, Grenoble Walnuts,
Pecans and Filberts, Mince
Meat, Plum Pudding, Oat
flakes, Oatmeal, Tapioca,
Sago, Granum, Manioca,
Macaroni, Vermicelli, Mush
rooms, Pate de Foie
Gras, Jullienne, Oranges,
Lemons, Grapes, Bananas,
Prunes, Cranberries, New
Crop Itaisins, Figs, Currants,
Citron. (Jilt Edge Extracts,
Crosse & BlackweH's, Gordon
& Ditworth's and Philip J.
Ritter Conserve Company's
Jellies, Jams ami preserves
in wood and glass, Guava
Jelly, Preserved Ginger, Choc
olate, Bronia, Cocoa, etc.
When passing call and look
at our stock.
39-T H E SHOE ST0RE.-39
ki:.iovi:i to no. patton avkni i;.
Special Attention Given to "Style" and "Quality" of Good.
Herring & Weaver, - Asheville, N. C.
This I.ank is authorized by the State Treasurer to receivA
State Taxes from Sheriffs, and receipt for same.
Interest will be paid on money deposited for fournionthl
or longer, and ceililicatcs of deposit issued for same. t
OAK STREET INN,
iutu:vif T art
iuntitifully loeatt (1 in n tzroxv nf nnks anil white pine, with no (tut or noise, at the cor
ner ot'oiik and Wooiliin sireetn. near the I'euiale College, and only three squares from the
We have a number of etenantly-fnniished rooms to acenniniodate boanUrs who ilrire a
nice, quiet place. awa from the hotcN. Nice rooms, new furniture. kimmI lure, lirM-elass
eookiiiK. at reiisonuble prices. Also, hot and cold bath.
Or. T. J. H ARC, AN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR.
All modern antl latest improved met h ids for treating chronic ,)ivais of the lnnis
throat and ntse, by the inhalation ot vuporicd and atoniivd fluids l-v the pneumatie nnd
compressed nir apparatus ; also Compound (xvm n in connection with the vaporized Bal
sam l the balsam obtained t'nuM the natural balvam trees near Asheville, l
We also inanutacture a Home Treatm. ut nt the Compound ux ven, which is, equal to
the otlice treatment, and will be -ent on applii-atioti t exjiress. oii rett-ipt oi priie, $t 2.
(lur success here for the past three years with this treat rnt has been phenomenal hav
ins cured many cases thy t wen pronounced hopeless. hu n..iUes and residences can be
obtained by calling tit tht Sannanum. hv permission vi ietei m Lhe foliowini; will-known
Kcntlemen ot AshevilU : I- J, A moii. ex-M or ; li Keetl. Litih i. . Court Rev ('. C Kan
kin. pator First Methodist Church: Kev W. A. Nelson, pantor First iluptist Church' 11 T
I P. SAWYKH.
Kev. .1. L. rAKKOLL.
.1. (i. MARTIN.
W. W. I5AKAHI, -
(i. W. W1LUAMS. I;
in uminKton, N. c. it '
T" I W t X-M y-Ni y-v ' . 5:
North Public Square, '
WINDOWS. - la.IMiS,
C.las, Putty, Lime, I'lusterm; Hair, Shiners, Laths, Kencinn J'osts.
All kinds of liuildim
A Full Line ot Manti-lM and Mouldings.
r-T Ordrrs will rcc-five ironipt ntti-ntioii.
T. J. 1IAROAN, M. It.
1-liWlS MAU1JUX, l'ns
L. I'. McI.dl'Is, Viii-l'ns.
I. K. K NKIN, Cnjhur.
IIIKBCTUKS: Kiwis Mmldux, M.J. Ilnmltn, M.J. Kukk, J. Ii. Rankin, J. E. Knv.J. B. Rml
S. H. Kt-i-d. Geo. S . I'uwt'll. L'. 1 Mil.oud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK
ASHKVILI.H. N. C, I'UIIRl'ARV 1st. lhsu.
(Iinanizi'd Muj- 1st, 18SS.
CAPITAL,, Sso.ooo. . . SIRPLl'S, Sio.ooo
STATU. COI'NTV AN1I CITY MII'OSITOR Y.
Does H Cintral llnnkinii Husim'ss. Iliiosits rt-ciivid linhniiKC linuiiht and sold. Col
lections made on all lu-eessilde points. The SavitlK Kenture will receive sfwriat attention.
Onnll stuns in this department, deposited lor four minims or longer, interest nt the rati
of 4 per cent, per annum will he paid.
Special atuniion civen to loans on real estate, which will lie placed for Ioiik time on real
Open trom a. in. to :i p. in. On Saturdays the Savins In I artnient will lie open till li p.m.
POWELL & SNIDER
CAJiPIJiiLL'S GING1K A1AI.
A majority of persons have tile impression that ( ARHON tTOI lli:Vi:K.;i.S
are only j.al.-i t :i 1.1. in warm weather. While this is true ill a measure as revnnls soni
water. ";ini;i-;r ai.K" is n exception, owinn t., its WARMiMnpi.-iiities. i;im;i;k
AI.K is essentially a Wt.NTKK HeveraKe.
Private families emi order through their Grocer, orlroni lhe Factory. ' 1 7 Haywood
C. H. CAMIlli;jLL.
H. T. CilI.I.INS. I'resident.
1'. C. MclNTIKIi. Yice-I'residcnt.
IMIII.IP MelN'TH'l-:. Superilit.ndent,
J. S. WliST, Auditor.
FITZPATRICK BROS, & ROBERTSON.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Window Shade and Patent Hangers
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
We kiep in utoek St.
Masurv'n Mixed Paints and Colors.
French and Aniencun
.out and Kentucky Lead.
Window (llasn, hoO
W. T. I'KNNIUAN.
W . H. FKN'MtlA N.
PENNIMAN & GO,
JOIIIIKRS A.NII IlKALUHS IN
ASIIEVDLjLjK, n. c.
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAGON CO.,
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOLINE SCALE CO. '
ENGINES, SAW MILLS. ETC. M CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION GO,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In CHOICE MI2ATS.
Teleplione Call 4.
Our aim will he to serve our customers with meats equal in qualitvto any that can lie
tained in this or any other market. I'lease jrive us a tilal, at Melntire's old sinnd.
sept IB dly
Just In, and We are Going to Sell Them.
All kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Iiress Goods, (lintjhams, liomcstic. Jeans. Flannel,
Blankets, Shoes, Boots, Hnts lotsof them hoiiKht for less than lost of making Some of them
cost nothing and a half, and will be sold the same w ay. We are audits for some of the iilr
Kest Factories in the South and cnn sell you llome-niade Jeans, all w ool filled, for less than
you can get them from any other store in the State. We keep GRAHAM'S HoMIi-MAIil!
SHOKS. and will give you 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 nnd late in the
season, so we can sell them lower than yon will find them nt any other store in the State.
Try and see. Prices made in the store.
Asheville Dry Goods Co.,
17 Norm Main street. 1st door below I'enniman s Hardware Store.
J. O. HOWKI.L, Manager.
i it i
J- ill I ,rT-I;.M:T".Wls'W ... J"" f, - I . fFMffl ; .
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SUCCESSORS TO '
SHEPARD, MANN & JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 23 PATTON AVKNTE,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
Wr Prompt attention given to nil orders, day or night
Plans and specifications prepared and esti
mates given, at short notice.
Office : WouV Building, Court House Square
AsheTille. N. C. mavaodlT
HANFOflD N. LOCKWOOU.
Brooms, Whisks, Hearth and
Mill and Factory grades a soecinltv. Quo
tations and samiilcs free. felil n( t T
IN WALL STREET.
Through the NATIONAL STrw'v cv
CHANGB. 912 P St. N W.. Ws.hington.
D. C. Brokers in Stock, Grain and Oil. Com
missions and Margins satisfactory. Exclu
sive advice. Orders by Mail and telegraph
promptly executed. aulig d3m
ASHKVILI.K. N. C. Oct. 2S, 1880.
The regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO.
Will be held at the office of the Companyn
Asheville, N C, on the
FOURTH WEDNESDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1889,
Being the 27th day of the month.
Ceo. P. Erwln,
oct2 dtd See. and Treas.
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN AND SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
Plans and Specification? Furnished on Application
We have thorough mechanics in each line who hare had many yeara1 experience in thcit
business We can safelv guarantee onr patrons satisfaction in our work, a low figure.
BALLARD, IlICH & IIOYCE.
HICKORY, N. C.
Electric Lights. Gas. Hot and Cold Water Baths and Toilets on each floor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK LOl'GHRAN, Proprietor.
THR "RANT A NT 7: A
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. WINE .. AND , LIQUOR STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j. a. marqvardti ... I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C