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THE DAILY CITIZEN
will be ptiliH.sheil evervmorninglexccptMon
day) nt the lullnwing rute-tnctOr cash.-
On Vcar ....
Our carriers' ' "w ill ' dcHver ' the" pa ler every
morning in every part of the city to our suli--riber,anll
parties wanting it will please-.-all
at the Citizen Oltiee.
Noticc-J. V. Brown i Son.
Found Woodbury's Stable.
For Kent-Jones ft "."V,"'"1-
Hotel for Kent-J. M. Johnson
Hoots and shoes-l ulemviiUr fc llro.
nuililinitanil l.oan Chas. II Illanton.
School ami Kindergarten-: MissUiampii.il
Popular with tou rists, families and business
ISlectrie cars p 3 ss the door.
Have we mailt' a oiler like tins; it lasts
only till Octolicr l.": lk-st triple plate
knives, lull size, t. 7."i per set; dessert
size $1.1'..") per set; a jjooil white handle
knife $1.00 per set; line celluloid knnes,
worth !?:! a set; a tine assortment ol
carviiiK knives and forks in proportion.
Also, spoons, forks, castors, and every
thing, in plated ware, very cheap at
"I suppose you are ready to substanti
ate anv statement vour paper makes.'"
said an anyry-lookitiK ealler to tlie
"Oh, yes; we have the compositors
prove evcrytliitiK tll;lt is sct "l1-"
ir.. ,l,.ll...r or two. now and then, will
help vou ill savin?;, what's the use o advertising-
when example does the talking.
Come and see the reduetion and manner
ufredueiiiK. Low 'ales to all points.
W. M. Ci.akki;.
K. K. Tieket llroker ('.rami Central Hotel.
To Marvland Imposition via I;ast Ten
nessee and Ceoruia railway. September
7 s and II. tickets jjood to return
September L'u. V. A. I 'ay, I'nsscntfcr
Ag-cnt. No. 1. 1'nUoii Avenue.
XAKKK1H BV TKLKliKArH.
Money and SecurllleM-Cotlon -lrovi.Hion
M ON K V AMI SKCIKIT1KS.
Nl Vi.KK. Sept. lixchungc quiet bill
strung- t."i'iS,s- ,
Monev easy. :iui.. elosint: o flered at Jt2.
Suli-Treasury halanees i.olil, 5.10.1,-1 i-.
rr..n,.v 'S'JII 7,1 l.llllll.
iWivnlliticnt bonds dull but stead 4. per
cents, SI. US; 4.' v per cents. SI .or.-1,.
State bonds, dull and tealiireless.
Ala. Class A auf. ln;i ,.;S . I'nc. Islim.r tl"-
Ala. Class It. 5s. .1 to' ... N. V. Central ...los-
l',a. 7s, mort iii-'N. V. pld -
N C Cons., lis.. t'J." Northern 1'ac. .l.i
N. C. Cons.. s yiiijiN. P. pld ''j'l
S. C. Brown's... lul's'l'acilu' Mail
Tenn. lis lolls Heading ;'-l
Telin.r.s lo-l Kali. . A le...... -1
Tenn. set., :is T.t'-yK. M . Point.. -';
Virginia lis Kock Islund lo-
Virginia Cons... Ho Sl. ''""J 'J;'-
Nortliwestera ...1i:i:1hI do pld 11-'i
ilo old ...l'JU.Tcx. 1'aeilic Jl'-j
Ilel .V l.aek 1 L Tenn Coal.V I roil i
.'rj(. Us7, I iihiii 1'aeltie 1.4'.
liasi";ieiin ln'i.N. J. Central. .. 1 Uo
Lake Shore Hi--, Mo. I'aeilie .-'i
1 on ,V Nash T;i'-j Western I'llloll Mv.
leiu. S: Char... li-' IColt. in-sccd nil
Mob. Mihio I4",i Certilicntcs
Nasli. .V Chat... H7 , Brunswick
Wo will run two di'l ivory
Wilsons. The necessity for
this luis been caused by our
largely incre.isiii'- trade,
inakiiifi- it iniiiossible to de
liver with onewa'on. There
have boon complaints (and
justly, too) by some of our
customers at not having
ooods delivered mor
promptly. With our addi
tional facilities for delivery
we hope to increase our al
ready law trade, and jirom-
iso to meet all competition
Our stock, as heretofore, will
bo kept (ip to the holiest
standard in quality. All
o-oods sold by us vuarantoed
to lie as represented, both in
weights and quality.
POWELL & SNIDER
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Ni:w Yohk, Sept 11, Cotton steady. Saks
to-.lav Ui;i bales; middling uplands 11-',;
middling Orleans 11'.. Total net receipts at
all ports I, ...lav lii.tiM-. lixports to I. real
Britain ;i.;i4.". Slock 7d.o4'.l bales
NkwYokk. Sept. ti. Cotton Net receipts
II; gross a.-tsii. Futures closed dull but steadv.
Sales 117, ooo bales.
Sept !.lo.-,salll.;-.'.l'I--eb 10 O.-lalo.oJ
net lo.L'salo.l'UMarcli 1""'.'
Nov . lo.oaalo o Aoril lo.14alo.1i,
li,.c 'ink, ll '.ir. May lo.:;'ialii L'-
Juu ti.llTa '...t'sjime V..::7alii.-s
C.ai.vkston, Sept. li. Co'.'.on ipiict, lo'j-n;,
Noki-oi.k, Sept. 0 --C olton nominal, 1 1 1 1 .
lUl-TiMokl--., 'Sept. ti. Cotton quiet ami
linn, 1 1-"', receipts o.
P.-.yroN, Sept. ll. Cotton ipliet, 11"; re
Wii.minot.in.N.C, Sejn I.. Cotton ipiict.
pi1.; receipts li.
l'iill..u.ia.l-lllA,Scpt. ti Cotton linn. 11-,.
"'sava x'naii, Sept. li. Cotton linn, lo;; re
NKW HKI.KANS. Sept. I!. Cotton lirill, 111
'.l-lll; receipts 1704.
Miiiiii.k, Sept. li. Cotton easy, lo .-lb; re
ccipts u;i. , . i
MKMI'IIIS. Sept li Cotton ipiict and steadv.
Ill',; receipts lo.
Ai i'.I'ST A , Sept. li Cotton qlllcl, 1o.i(; re
ceipts L'.IU. . ..
Ciiaki.iston, Sept. li Cotton linn, lo',.
34 S. Main Street.
I lair brushes, ( 'loth brushes,
Tooth brushes, and Nail
irushes at manufacturer's
o . i. i
prices. Having purouascu
a job lot of tlie above men
tioned goods, I am offering
them at half the usual price.
1 carry a large assortment
of Patent medicines and will
meet the prices of any com
petitor. I buy all goods for
cash and give my customers
a corresponding benefit.
(Joods delivered to any
part of the city free of charge.
Remember t he place,
E. V. JONES,
ASllliVIUM Al) VEk TISEMEKTS.
Jellico Coal, Wooldridge,
Jellico Mountain Coal Co., Proctor Coal Co.,
Standard Coal Co., E. Tenn. Coal Co.
For tuilc at Wholcsulc and Retail 1y
ASIIEVIIXE COAL COMPANY,
Exclusive Auvnta (Domestic and Steam) for Western North Carolinn.
ZlKlil.KR UROS." FINF
SIIOKS Ladies'. Misses
Children's, Infants', Men's
and I'.ovs. Have stood tin
T11K V KRY IJKST money
can buy. For sale only by
II. hi;ivood & CO.
Fi'.'i and Winter stock will
bo open Sept. l.. Also a full
lino of other makes.
From yourtiroeer, even for trial, our
"ROLLER KING" PATENT
J localise it is made in Asheville,
Hut we pledge, our word for it, that no
WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS,
Can bo made from any imported Flour.
Is the most popular straight goods in this market.
Ask your Grocer for tlieabove Ilrands, manufactured by tin
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO.
I-HOVISIONS AMI 1-KOIil CK.
Cincinnati, Sept. li. I'lour linn.
t...nlv con. d. Iliand No. L'reu , li'-... v."m
No '2 mixed ;i"i. Oats No. L' mixed "In
mi... I'ork 1U.L'.". I.ard ll.o.l. Hulk meals
easier. Hacoa easier. Whiskey slcady I."!.
ClllCAOo. Sept li. Casli ipiotatior.s to-day
were as follows; 1-loiir sle.-uly. Wheat No
2 red 71-11171-.',. Corn-No. -J .l.-H,.. (lats
No 2 l'.l Mess pork 1 o.li.ia 1 o. , o. I.aro
lill'Jl... Short ribs."). llliu.'.o.'i. Whiskey l.ll'J.
Nkw ok K, Sept. li Soutliern ll.-iirduil ami
heavy. Wheal dull new No. 'J red MIlSjaK-'i.
Corn" lower and weak No. - 4L'1 ,a4.l. Oats
easier-Sept. ,. Collee-Sept. l.-..li..ato. ..
u:ar relineil fairlv active, hrm. Molasses
lorciKii nominal. Wee in lair dem.ind I'etro
lellin uuiet and stead-. Cottonseed illiquid.
I.ard steadv but weak-western steam
-i.4a'.jaii.4."i. l'reihts linn Cotton 'aiyli,
Saturdav ninht, a Hlack Hold Head Cm
hrella. The owner can have same by paynij:
for this ad. Apply at
J. 1'. WillllHII'KY'S ST.MU.Ii.
Warehouse in rear ol J. li. I liekcrson-s lianl-
warc store, suitable lor toiiaeeo pne t :
or storaK1' pin poses.
Sep . dl w
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
Ml CIlliSTNl T ST.
l-all term begins Sept. 'Jo. Thoroui;h in
str dion in tint-dish, I'rcnch. Music and Cal
isthenies by experienced teachers.
sep 7 d;ttn
Jl INliS .V SIII l'IIKII.
A GHADl'ATED TEACHER
THE MIDDLE FORK HIGH SCHOOL.
The Trustees of Middle Fork Hih Sehool
will pay the verv best price for a teacher to
teach a ten months' school at Middle Fork.
We want an EXPEKIKNCUU TEACHHK
who when employed by the Trustees will he
elected Principal by the joint stock company
Apply to the Trustees of Middle Fork liixh
TRUSTEES MIDDLE FORK HIGH SCHOOL,
srplid&wlw MriRKSville, N. C.
THE INTER STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
The subscriliers to the Asheville branch of
this Association will meet Momlay muni at
H.;iO in the Mnyor's otnee lo jiencct a perma
CliAS. D. BLANTON, Pres.
C. T. RA WIS, Sec y.
W. I. SMITH, Aj(t. sep7dl!t
The 6rm of J. V. Brown & Co. will here
after be known as J. V. Brown & Son.
HOTEL FOR RENT.
The well patronized hotel known as
10 mile north of Asheville, for rent. Terms
easy. For full particulars apply to
J. M. JOHNSON,
Alexander, N. C.
Our stork of
w ill he open Sept
New Dress (Joods nrrivinji
One I'riee Store.
Burns in any Lamp without danger of
Exploding or taking Are. See that you
g-.i the genuine. For sale by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
ashkvii.m;, n. c
sep-L rliV wl y
-" " ,
t.7 .1 ..A
All cvis fitttd nnd fit guaranteed. A com
plete st''k of the aiitivt Riods at
GRANT'S DRttt STORK,
J SOI TM MAIN STKK15T.
(Uulists' Prescriptions a ajM-cialty.
WANTING TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE
For New, con lie suited. Apply lit
37 I'ATTON AVKNl'E.
Harness & Saddlery,
34 North Main St.
My stock of 11 unless and Saddlery Goods is
now complete. I nm oIlcriiiK lit remarkably
DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGY AND COACH
Harness in llrass, Nickel nnd Knlilicr Miiunt-
iiiKs. 1 have special styles or Silicic and
Iiuulilc Harness in
PURITAN MOUNTING, ALLHAND MADE
In Saddles and UridliMiiy slock ...ini-nse-.
all sljlis friini n Jli.nn Mi.tBaii l" l'"
puititl l uclisli Saddle.
Linen and .ilumic Lap Robes
and Horse Sheets, just aliovc cost to make
riMiin lor Fall Kunds.
I'or the reniainiiiK part of Aut-'iist I shall
inaki- Slicciut inducetncllts to buyers.
in Ladies' thtee-horn Sadtllcs, made in pifi
and chamois skin. qu21i dly
WITH TIIKKK CAWS HI'NNINC RKUINNIMl AT
H.iili A. M .
Leave Square for Depot every hour and halt
Leave Square for Melkc's lo minutes after
Leave Square for Melkc'H 37 minutes after
Leave Square for Itouldeday 7 minutes alter
Leave Square for DouDleday ; minuicsnuer
each nour: .
Leave Melkc's tor Square and Depot 2.t mm
nii- Mi'tt-r each hour:
Leave Melkc's lor Square and Doubleday ev
Leave lniuWledav lor Square and Iepot 53
tuitititi-s after each hour:
Leave liimlileday for Square nnd Melke's 30
minutes alter each hour;
Leave Depot fur Square and Doubleday it"
minutes auereacn nour,
Leave Depot for Square and Melkc's every
These cars liejiin regular schedule from
Square at a. in. daily, except ftunuays,
.. i., , tii. v hcL-in nt ll) a. m
A special ear will leave Douhleday at O.au
(l, m., except Mimmys, pua umv m "
.....I r.-;i h liciiut at (i.f a. 111.
A car will leave Amite s ami uuuiiuhii.i i
li aii a. ni. dailv and arrive at Square at n.
m. Doublcdav passenKtrs change to train
car nt Square "and arrive at Passenger Depot
at 7. in a. m.
a - ti iii iMive I nul ilcda v nt i .45 a. m
dailv anil leave the Square at 7.53 a. m. for
Snaftanliurif train. The train ear leaves
tiiki'H nt 7.53 and Sfiuarc at H n. m tor
Spartanburg train also. Take first enr, il
possible. These cars fur SpartanbtirK train,
returning, will o as far ns passenmrs on
them reuuire. After I a. ni. train ear will
meet trains, as usual. All ears belore 9 a. m
run independently of the number of ears run
niiiK on schedule after that hour.
WITH TWO LAWS Hl'SNINC HKOlNMNIi AT 8.53
Leave Square for Depot every hour and half
LeaveMelke's for Square and Depot 23 niin
nt'ti-r nch hour:
Leave Doubleilay for Square and Depot 53
minute after each hour;
Leave Square for Melkc's 5 minuteR after
Leave Square Uvc Doubleday 35 minutes after
Leave Depot for Square and Melke's 5t) min
ntf nt'ter each hour :
Ieave Depot for Square and Doubleday 20
minutes arter eacn nour.
For destination of all cars see sins on out-
ai.lxa ir nk I'nndllCtorS.
fi' BaKK'iK? to nnd from trains will be
called lor at, ano oenvereu to, tiny nuunc
Asheville tor voe. ior caen piece.
THB ASHBVILLB STKEKT RY. CO.
HERRING & WEAVER,
THE SHOE STORE,
H. T. COLLINS. President.
E. E.EAGAN, Secretary
ASHEVILLE JCE COMPANY.
Ture Ice iiintlo from. "I)iif illed Water. Office: No. 30
NO. :) SOUTH MAIN STREET.
While we Have the I-liicst and Most Fashionable iuod lu
We also have the chcaX'St. Call and see us.
OAK STREET INN,
ASHEVILLE, N. C,
Hi-niitifully liK-utiil in n Krovi- of miks nnii whitr pine, with nn ilust or iinisi-, nl the ii.r
nrr oi l mk nnil Wonllin jtm-ts. m-ur the Female Collese, mill only three iiiares Ironi the
v bnve n number of cler:intlv-furnisliel rooms to lu-eomniodiitc lionrilers who desire n
niee. uuiet iilnee, nwnv from the hotels. Niee rooms, new turniturc, Rood fare, tirst-elass
eookiiiK, at reusimnlile priei s. Also, hot nnil eolil Imtlis.
Dr. T. J. HARGAN, Proprietor.
COMPOUND OXYGEN AND MEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR,
Alt mudfrti nnd latest imiiroved methods for trentinc chronic diseases of the lunus
ihmnl nn.i nntuv iiv thr inhii ation oi vauonzen ami aiomizco niiiun "V me iincumjiuc nun
compressea air apparatus ; aiso comptuinu rxrKen m tiiim-Lmii wim mi- viuiuvu !!
We nlso manufacture a Home Treatment of the Compound Oxygen, which Is, equal to
,. .;,-. rnattmnt nnd w ill fie sent on Mimlication bv exiiress. on receipt of price. $12.
Our success here for the past three years with this trcatr-nt has been phenomenal, hav
ing cured many cases that were pronouncen nopeiesn, wnirf nuuie ami resiliences van oe
.ihtntncil bv calling at the Sanitarium. Hv iiermission wt itiei io ihe following well-known
trentlemen of Asheville: B.J. Aston, ex-Mayor; J. K. Keed. Cicik i'. v. Court; Her. O.C.Kan-
kin, pastor First Methodist Church; Rev. W. A. Nelson, putor First rUptist Church; H. T,
Collins, Capt. Natt Atkinmm.
Dihkctobs: Lewis Mnclilnx. M.J. llennlen, M.J. FniiK, J. E. Klinkin, J. B. Rny, J. K. Keed
S. II. Keed. ieo. S. rowell, c M. Aiei.ona.
E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E-
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Rooms on Main street, opposite the post
ofliec. OiK-n dnily, except Sundays, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. ni., nnd 5.31) until 7.3 i. m.
The terms of subscription are: One year
$2; 6 mos., $1.SU; 3 nun., $1 ; 1 mo., SUcU.;
daily a cts.
Uflicers for 1KM11 President, R. R. Rawls ;
Vice-President, Charles W. Woolsey; Sec. and
Trens., I). S. Watson; Librarian, Miss K.J.
Hutl'h. j. ,. , ,. .
Citizens nnd visitors are ef,rdmlly invited
to insjievt the catalogue and inscribe their
names as members. febHdtf
A SELECT CLASSICAL, ENGLISH, MATHEMAT
ICAL AND BUSINESS SOHOOL
CAPTAIN S. F. VBNABLB will open the
23d term of his School at No. 1 8 Beardcn
September 9th, 1889.
For information and terms address
P. O. BOX NO. 147,
Or call on him at No. 18 Beardcn avenue,
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after this date the following sched
ules will be run over its "Columbia Division."
No. 53 Leaves Columbia 6.20 p. m.
Arrives at Charleston 9 30 p.m.
No. 83 Leaves Charleston 7.10 a. m.
Arrives atColumbia. 11.65 a. m.
ConnectinK with trains to and from all
points on tlie Charlotte, Columbia & An
jrusta and Columbia Jk Greenville Railroad s.
T. M. BMBRSON, Gem. Pan. Aft.
J. P. DBV1.NE, Oesk Supt.
on or nbout the 15th of September we will
commence the publication of an eiirht-pauc
thirty-two column weekly paper to be called
THB ASHBVILLB TOBACCO JOURNAL,
Devoted, as its name implies, to the tobacco
interests ol tne country anu ui mm b...".. hi
particular. It win contain complete anu re.
liable market reports, crop prospects and con
ditions, all improvements in methods of cul.
it.uH..n hAmllinir. marketing and manufact
urinir; and also all items or news that in any
way aflects this industry. It will Irom time
to time contain articles by experienced men
on subjects mat cannoi. , "'
struct farmers, and especially tobacco plant
The price of the paper will be In the reach
ni.ii iin. Hollar tier annum and we trust
no planter will fail to subscribe.
Circulating as it will amongst the best class
of buyers, it will be a splendid advertising
medium. iwerenanta, mwiuiiw.,..
others should note thia and act accordinftly.
Its advertising rates will be reasonable, and
quoted on application.
THE ASHEVILLE TOBACCO JOURNAL PUB. CO.
Plan and specifications prepared and esti
mates aiven. at short notice.
Office: Wolfe Building, Coort House Square
Asheville. N. C. may30dly
JX) THB PI'BLIC.
Th. nHlimrd mav be found in Shank
HiiHiiv one door west of J. F. Wood
bury's stable, on College strest. They are
nmMrFd to manufacture carriages, buggies,
T. .1. HARGAN, IH. D.
.liWIS MADDUX. Pres
L. P. McLOlIM, Vicc-Prcs.
I. B. RANKIN, Ca.ihlcr.
IASHEVILLE, N. C, FEBRUARY 1st, 1K80.
Organized May 1st, 1888.
CAPITAL,, Sso.ooo. - SURPLUS, $10,000
STATU, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORY.
Does a (Icuernl Hiinkiiie Business. Ik-posits received. Exchange bought and sold. Col
lections made on nil accessible points. Tlie Saving Feature will receive siiecinl attention
Onnll sums in this .Icpiirtmcnt. deposited for four months or longer, interest nt the rate
of 4 per cent. icr annum will lie paid.
Special attention given lo limns on real estate, which will lie placed for long time on real
Open from 0 a. m. to .1 p. m. on Saturdays the Saving Dt nrtinent will beoK-ntill i p. in
v WINE .-. AND , LIQUOR STORE
IN THE STATE.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
J. A. HARQI'ARDT, IM'K'r. I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C
BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N. C.
Skylund Springs is n new resort, Inid off in building lots, eight mih-s south of Asheville, on
IIIC A. n Kaiirowii nut .i.v ii.iiun.'it,ii, i in.
THE FINEST COLLECTION OF MINERAL SPRINGS IN THE STATE,
Twenty-seven Sprinns Chulybcate, Alum. Iron. Kpftom, Sulphur, Mngnoria. nnd I'rccs
pure, cold and health giving.
Fine Hotel Finished and Opened
Pr "nil thr vrnr 'munil." with low rntcit and bent of rooms and fare.
Several buiWinir an- KoinR up. Saw Mill and IMancr makinR lunilH-r riKht in the place,
For a short time, choice lota are offered very low to settlers or inventors.
Grand views, level lots, wide streets, pure air, fine water,
OTIS A. MILLER, Proprietor.
mavlO dflm .
CAMPBELL'S TONIC BEER,
Medicated tpecMly for family use, is one of the healthiest beverages ever Introduced, us
scores of families fn town can testify. It is emphatically a TONIC, slightly laxative, will rcg
ulatc the bowels, promote the action ofthc liver and purify the blood. IaSTRICTI.Y vegetable
and non-intoxicating. Endorsed by the Medical profession. Order direct from Factory.
C. H. CAMPBELL,
217 Haywood Street,
LADIES' NEW FURNISHING STORE.
Silks, Pitches, White Goods.
Laws, Embroideries, Rib
bons, Art Needlework Mate
rial, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
Gloves, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear, Lambrequins, Table
Covers, Pillow Shams, Tidies,
etc., etc. Lessons in Art Em
broidery and Stamping free
to all who purchase material.
Kid Gloves fitted to the hand.
Stamping done while you
Comer of Main and Willow Streets, under
W. D. ROWE,
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,
GRANITE MONUMENTS, ETC
All kinds of Monument., Tombstone., Head
stones, Urns and Vases made to or
dcr in the latest designs.
Asheville, N. C.
NBW DBBD, carefully prepared by lead
ing member, of the Asheville bar (on
finest parchment ana nenvy nsi paper,, wv
eringall necessary point., just out and now
n Ml at the office of the ClTIXKS PUBLISH-
mo Co., Nn. 1 North Cnnrt Rossre. nn1tl
Ol-I-ICE OF CllMI'TKIII.I.KK HI' Till: I
W.-isliinjrton, August 15, lUK'J.
Wiikkkas, by sntisfactory cviilciiii irc
scntt'd to till' iinilcrsijjned, it h-'is
nuitlc to miic.-ir that "THB NATIONAL
HANK OF ASIIKVILLH," in the City of
Asheville, in the County of ituneonilie
and State of North Carolina, lias com
plied with nil the provisions of the Stat
utes of the United States, required to lw
complied with before mi association shall
lie authorized to commence the business
Now, therefore, I, UIlWAKl) S. LACKY,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby
certify that "Til 12 NATIONAL HANK
Ol-' ASHIvYlLLB," in the City of Ashe
ville, in the County of liuncombc and
State of North Carolina, is authorized to
commence the business of Hanking as
provided in Section Fifty-One Hundred
jiuil Sixty-Nine of the Revised Statutes of
the United States.
In testimony whereof, witness my hand
and seal of office this 15th day of Au
gust, ISS'.l. L. S. LACKY,
Seal. Comptroller ol the Currency.
;i:U. F. SCOTT, (Successor to Doubleday & Scott,)
North Public Square,
Inss, Putty, Lime, Plastering Hnir, Shingles, I.nths, Fencing Posts. All kinds of liiililtng
Orders wilt receive prompt attention. feliindly
FITZPATR1CK BROS. & ROBERTSON,
Dealers iu Wall Paper, Window Shadesand Patent Hanger,,
.'nints, Oils and Varnishes, M usury's Mixed Taints and Colors. Window Olas, botl ;
French nnd American
We keep in tmk St. I.ouis nnd Kentucky Lend. M.iVj..
W. T. rHNNlMAN.
W. K. I'KISNIMAN.
PENNIMAN & G0.,
JOHHKKtt AND DBALKRS IN
ASIIEVILLK, M. C.
DUPONT POWDER CO., RICHMOND STOVE CO., CORTLAND WAG0KC0.
OLD HICKORY WAGONS, STUDEBAKER WAGONS, MOUSE SCALE CU.
ENGINES, SAW MILLS, ETC. M'COKMICK HARVESTING MACHINE CO.
THE HICKORY INN."
HICKORY, N. C.
lileetrie l.inhts. (ins, Hot nnd Cold Water Itaths and Toilets tin each tloor.
Cuisine and appointments unsurpassed.
FRANK im'CHRAN, Fropriclor.
MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY,
SHEPARD, MANN k JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO.,
NO. 23 PATTON AVBNIIK,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers,
f-Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night
PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
TIN ANU SLATE ROOFING,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK'.
Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application
We have thorough mechanics In each line who have hRd many year.' experience lo their
baaine.. We can safely guarantee our patron, satisfaction in our work, a low figure.
BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE.