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tt-S '1 CITY DEPARTMENT. Mew AdvertlHcmctita. Wanted D. H Patterson. A Clean Sweep Bostic llrna Wright. Meteorological Report For the 24 hours ending at 9 p. Jununry 23, 1800: V. ft. RinMAL RHBVfCR ATATIftM. Winyah Sanitarium. A.hcville. N. C LiT. 3(1.36 N. LONO. B2.2H W. ILK 2.1(10 PT. HOSIETHINU NEW TO I'M. YBXiPKKA"! FRnC 7 a m2 p m'9 p ml Max. I Min. 32 1 33.2 I 37 I 38. I 26 S Daily Mean 38.03 R&LATtVB fll'MlMTY. 7am 61 m i m Daily Meon 0.1 67 AIlSOCtJTB HVMIOlfV: (In grain, per cutitc foot of air.) 7am I 2pm I 0pm I Dally Mean i o i u i ,o;io 7am I 2pm I 1.3'.'0 ?-8,L.. P'KKCtPltATlilN. Rain and melted .now Inches 0 Snow depth. Inches 0 BAKOMBTKK. Direction. N W force taralcO to 10I (Cor. for alt. tern. I ilallv Mean 30 (1(1 Stationary I W BATH UN Cloudy -Of poMlhlc amount, OS per cent. KAKL. VON Kl'CK. M. l . Observer. The Weather To-Day, Washington, January 23. Indications for North Carolina Showers; warmer in the interior; stationary temieraturi on i lie coast ; vunuuie winds. PERSONAL MENTION, . H. (,ibbs, of Uultimore, is a uucsl of the Swiiiinanoa. . tl. Moore, ot .New urk. is ctiiminj. his vacation at the Swunniiiioa. K, L. Ooff, of Kichmund, Va., wiiSKrrei- ing Asheville friends yesterday. Keijister J. J. Mackev is confined to In- home by a severe attack ol the crip. Prof. Clnxton, of the city schools, confined to his house with the grip. Mr. and Mrs. John A. KocIiIhik, o Trenton, N. J., are guests at the Hattery t"en. I. M. II. Young, a prominent lieorgtnn, well known tn Asheville, is t. guest of Hattery I'nrk. J. 0. Buckley and wife, of llristol Term., will spend a few weeks in Ashe ville. They arrived yesterdav. Mrs. Dudley Smith, child and maid, o St. Joseph, Mo., are occupying a suit o rooms at Hattery 'ark hotel. Mrs. E. E. Ilrown has returned from i visit to Harrisonburg. Va. She is ac compnnied hy her sister. Miss Man Clem. Mr, Thomas Collins, of St. Louis, Mo. who has been the guest of his sister-in law, Mrs. John Collins, left for his honi. yesterday. Captain Frank O'tlonncll, of Krscti, Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, let' yesterday morning lor Ireland, and wil return with his family. Morris Sherman, of Chicago, is at tit Grand Central hotel, and will iiciiiaiti himself with the beauties of Asheville be fore returning to his Western home. Mr. W. J. Alexander leaves to-dav foi Galloway, Ark., to visit hischildrcn.whi ure living at that place. Mrs. Aloandci has been there for the pust two weeks. James C. Kelley and L. L. Clip, of Mi Morris, N. Y., will remain in Asheville du ring the winter season. Thev are hereti set the benefuial effects of the climate At present they are itt the Grand Ceil trul. Col. J. K. Connally tilvea ttie Facta ol a War luclUeul. In the Atlanta Constitution, of the 22nd, we find the following commiinicn tion from Col, I. K, Cominlly in relation to a transaction which once had alum dant publicity. As that gentleman him self has recalled it in a paper of such wide circulation as the Atlanta Constitution we make no hesitation ingivinghisstate ment of the affair: Colonel oh'i K. Cominlly writes to The Constitution irom Asheville, .V Cnhout the interview recently published in The Constitution witn colonel nates, ol Ala hnnia, about the "double duel" in V v'iuin between llelo and Cousins and Counally and Terrell, Colonel Connnll snvs: "On the night in question neither m regiment or any part thereof was o dutv. On the contrary, it was in ciumi at feast one mile from the battery at lacked, which was guarded by a coinpa uv of Alabama tiooiis. Soon after t attack commented I was ordered to iiri ceed with my regiment to its defease which I did at a double quick, but whi ttle scene ol action was readied t lie leile als had captured the battery, togethei with the company ol Aiaoamn troor and had retired to their guubouts. .V murium: 1, as a natter ol course, was greatly surprised to hear that my reg ment had Inst the battery, and iraciuu the report to Captain Terrell, demanded a retraction which was refused. I hav forgotten just how Captain Cousins was urouL'IH nit ) tlieatlair, out noiic, lor u sake, that the saving attributed to him in the article is a mistake, for my reg ment never had orders to retire until .lours utter the battery and company ot Alabama troops had been carried oil vheii we marched back into camp lot oreuklnst. After Captain Terrell relused I returned to my reuiment greatly inceiii -u at the iinusiiee done us, ami calling council of its othcers, told them of wlui .lad taken place; of my determination t .hallctiKe the oltcndcrs, and proposing hut as iiianv ot them us were willing loin nic in vinuicutiiig tne regiment s lion r, tuaiiitesl it by rising, r.verv man lood tin except Lieutenant Colonel Smith, who said that, being a Christian ne could not tiirht a duel. I then proiios d '.hat the challenging should hegin Willi aiyselt, and proceed according to rank this was accepted, and threw me .halletiue Captain Terrell, who ranked woiisitis, and .Major lielo to cnnllcngi cousins, litis we did, captain l cm .hoosing dotilile-barreled shotguns load d with buckshot, and Captain Cousins, Missii-sippi rules, with which he wa aid to lie verv exiHTt. In a tew mo nents after reaching the ticld the ritle vi i c uiven to Hclo and Cousins. and the .xchanucd shots. Meanwhile Captaii i errell s second was talking with mini oucerniiig an amicable adjustment ot lie ditiicultv. When I noticed that ttu ceomls ol Ucln and Cousins were abou M make theui exchange a kivoud shot, I nut one ot my seconds to lulu s sec ml, with the rtiiuest that he reluse t iroceeil lurtlier until alter Captain let ell and mvsclf had tired. At this lulu .'uptain Terrell's second said that, uikii iKiuirv, it had been discovered that there .vas a mistake as to the part my regi milt had taken in tne allair, and tnai .'aptam Terrell was willing to ackuowl il;e it. I n plied that if Captain Terrel .vould make this acknowledgment in A nting, I was satislied.and would with naw the challenge, lie gave a written cknow ledgmeiit ; I withdrew the clnl enge, and thus the matter ended with ut bloodshed, lor which I shall eve thank Coil. I hese are the simple facts, which can e substantiated by Colonel llelo, who is is truihtul as brave, mid who lives u ilallns, Texas, l-'ecliug assured that von .Mil publish this, 1 am, very nsiectliilly Jobs r. coksali.y IT ll'RNED HIS FACE, ODDS AND ENDS, The grin at the Hattery I'ark bio dwindled down to five harmless and un interesting cases. The mechanics of Asheville hold wcekh meetings for the discussion of stihjrcu pertaining to their welfare. Charlotte Thompson, who is starring in the South this winter, will apiriir in Asheville on Feb. 3. The play presented here will lie Jane F.yre. Not even the sheriff of Hutu-onilx county can legnlly carry a revolver unless in the direct discharge of his dutv. So snvs the laws of North Caro lina. Adolphus Whitlock, ol Fairvirw town ship, was arrested yesterday on tin charge of adultery, tn default of a $20n bond he will languish in jail until his case is called in the criminnl court. A gentleman was in the city ycstenlnx who offered $4-0,000 for n piece of prop erty controlled liv a local real estati agent. The offer wnt refused. Tin propertv in question is 100 miles from the city and valued at J.ln.ooo. Alice Young, a coy young colored dam el of 23 summers, and Arnold Mauris tire going to decide that "Is marriage n failure?" miration for themselves. A license was issued to them from the regis ter's office yesterday. Auitnoa Fire t'licoinfortabls Clone to Wllllama' Head. W.J. Amnions, a mcmlierof the I'inioti letective Agency, was lie-lore acting Mavor Miller yesterday morning charged with an nssnult with attempt to kill His examination led to his being Ixiund over to the criminal court, mid just t grease the municipal machinery Mr. Mil Icr levied a $10 tax ou him for carrying a concealed weapon. Amnions' bond was fixed at $2'Mi and it was furnished hy a friend. The defendant was at the Man warehouse on Wednesday evening and got in a dispute with Thomas Williams One word led to another and finally ter minated in Amnions tiling a ball so close to Williams' face that the powder burned it. Ollicrr llami ton hapiened nlonu lust at that time and Amnions was placed under arrest. Had his aim been more true Williams would not have op- ienred on the role of complaining wit nrsses. TO COLLECT THE TAXES, A Trine Monotonous, The attempted wrecking of a street car at reported in yesterday morning's Cm- ir.N, was repeuted on Wednesday even. ing. The mntormnn ot the car running to the West End on Pntton avenue saw H gait placed across the track nbout 100 yards east of the terminus of the road. He threw it one side, went tn the end ol the line and started on his return trip. During his absence the gate had ngnin been placed on the trnck. A search was instituted for the attempted wrecker, hut no trace could lie found of him, tf the company can find the culprit, it promise to make the atmosphere sur rounding him sufficiently torrid lor the use of a fun. The Mountain Park Hotel, eprlnan. N. C, Is firstclnst In every particular, with the best table in the South. Pure and abundant water and perfect sanitary ar rnniremeiits. The scenery li beautiful, climate much milder than Asheville, there being no harsh winds and no dust to irritate weak throats and lungs. The baths in marble pools are the fin est In the world nnd the thermal wntrrs are an unexcelled specific for rheumatism rout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion nnd all diseases of skin and blond. Excellent physicians reside at the ho- Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs at 7.30 a. m .3H and 7 p. m The Plan Adopter! b the BherlrT and City Tarn Collector. The city tax collector mid Sheriff Key nolds have adopted a plan by means of which they think the amount of nut standing tax on the State, county and city rolls will lie miucriiilly lessened. It is to garnishee every deliuiurnt nnd col lei t of him not only the tax due but the costs of the issuing of the umiiishcement writ. The idea was adopted n week ago and already uo taxpayers ha vcl'cen brought to time, nnd there still remain lino who will be visited as soon ns possible. The plan works like a charm. "You might say," said Sheriff Key nolds, that no guilty man is uomg to escaiie and that the costs may lie saved by those who will pay nt the othce at once." AHOt'T REAL ESTATE, Two Inatancea of the Increaao In Valua ol City Properly, J. M. Campbell owned a piece of prop erty on Town Mountain. A week ago he gave an option on it lor $3,0i0 mid after holding it two days, the gentleman controlling the option was offered $, 000 for a deed, The offer will probably he accepted. Mr. Campbell also con trolled a piece of land near the depot. It wns purchased a year ago for $1100 and yesterday he sold hiilf of it for $I,2S0, There is ft moral lurking somewhere about this and it is rrsKctfully dedica ted to curefut investors, The propertv Inst mentioned wns pur chased by Fitch & Saunders, who will erect a fuctory for the manufacture ol doors and blinds. Direct on Merlins;. There will he a meeting of the directors Excursion ticket!, including one day's of the Asheville Cemetery Company to board at Mountain Park hotel, $4.S0. day. Friday, at S o'clock p. m at the For rate! etc., addresi National uniix oi Asneviue. Ad. W. 0. Doolittlb. ' M. McLouu, resident. TO THE C1TV FATHERS, Alno a Word to the Subscriber of "The Dally Citizen." Wc are not informed ns to whether there is an ordinance of the city requiring till houses in the corporate hurts to be numbered. If such nn ordinance exists. we know that it is largely ignored. Now thot we have the free delivery, it is very essential to the accurate and prompt de livery of mail matter that every house should be numbered, and we hope the matter will receive the prompt attention that its importance demands. Now, a few words to our daily sul scribers who are served by curriers, nnd who have doubtless had, during the pHst few diivs partictilaily, reason for com plaint concerning the delivery of thei paiiers. Two of our carriers have, un 1'ortunatclv, been attacked with the gri and one ran a nail through his foot, tem porarily disabling him, and we have bee forced to substitute boys necessarily familiar with the residences of patrons. We have used every effort to have nur paiiers delivered promptly, and are sure that only n few days will be necessary to stop all irregularities, mid we ask your indulgence in view of the unavoidable circumstances surrounding i. We will take it ns a siecial favor every subscrdier will leave the street am number of his residence lit our business office as soon us it cnu be convenient lone. THAT HISSING MOV. ASHEVILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. iJELLICO COAL, i AT RETAIL, i For Grate For Stoves, BEST $5.00 No Trace Vet Found of Alfred Mc- Elralh the Uoy Homicide. Thequartetteof officers who are search ing for Alfred McElrath have made ni lieadwnv towards his capture. The youthful homicide appears to hav friends who are overly interested in his welfare or to lie more cunning than Ik- whs given credit for. Colonel llaird who nt the first mnntaiiied that he was hiding in the city is now of the opinion that he has left this part of the country The officers have left no atone unturned in their cnorts lor nis capture, tney have followed every clew to the end The house- of several of his friends hav lieen visited and searched nnd aside from not fi inline him, nothing can be learned He seems to have disapieared ns effect ually as though he had escird througli the earth. 18 l. SF.E 'EN. as O. Field tk Cos MltiHtrelH Headed for AHhevllle. A. I'. Scott, representing Al. G. Field .V Co s minstrels, is at the Grand Cen ral. He left the trotiie at Charleston Mr. Field's date for Asheville will lie Jan uarv 30. The company number twenty- ight men nnd include such well known burnt cork artists as Tommy lionnrlly formerly of Thatcher, Primrose & West Udwin Harvey nnd Major Kibble. uniform band and a daily street parade s one of the features of the show. They come well recommended by the press of he country. The Rope In Broken. There would have been a tire alarm sounded vesterdav morning if it hadn't been for the fact that the rope leading to the bell wns broken mid the officers ould not sound nn alarm. Luckily it hnpiencd that the fire wns only a bum ing chimney, but had it lieen the finest building iu the city it would have made no dillc-rcncc. Last night the watchmen were debating w hether tn break a way to the bell with mi axe in case of fire. It might nut be n bad idea to get a new ro-. WASHINGTON NKWS. H. A. auditor, Eoq.. Admitted to the I'. S. Supreme Ci.urt. Washington, It. C, Jnnumy 21 Yesterdav Hrirkiah A.GudL-er.of Ashe i I Is.-, wns admitted tn the practice of the Miprcmc Court ol the I niteil States. The examination of our nuoiidain ft-1 low citizen. I'll tr iik lleurv Winston, lisn. 10 lie district attorney fur the district of Washington, in the Slate of Wpshinuton was sent to the senate yesterday. Mr. Winston has many friends in the State, who will lie glad to hear of his good luck always. lesterday Mr. I.wart made a stronif liresriitation of his opposition to the civil service law mid the methods of the com mission, before the house committee nn ivil service reform. It is thought that his resolution to investigate the commis sion will pass. The commission was present when Mr. Lwnrt read hissrnth mu indictment. The Post of this morn ing gives much of its space to the member from your district ami his arrutunmrni ot the relorniers: On the 10th Hon. II. G. Kwart appear ed before the committee of wuvs and means nnd urged that a specific duly of ill cents iht iMiunii lie imtHiscci on mien ml mien waste, lie saul that imimrln 1 of India mien had increased from he small sum ol three hundred and tilth teen dollars in IM73 to nearly one hall million in IHHU. The cost of labor in In- I in is mi pounds of rice und a piece of cloth to each laborer, who is called a Ithrel. This is about ,i0 eriHspcr mouth In North Carolina the lalsorrrs in the mica mines are paid from $1 00 to $1.2f per day. The result ol the loreiun minor tntion has been to drive out the domestic product and the mica murkct in the niteil States is now controlled hy the India miners, Mica is used extensively for electrical purposes, and also fur illu- inutinu stove doors. The committee gave htm ample time to discuss the mat ter and will undoubtedly reHirt favor ably oa the bill. Mr. Kwart showed that he wns thoroiichlv informed un the sub ject nnd made a strong presentation of his views. Judae Avery'a Hon Bead, Washington, January 23. Morris K very, uued 23, swallowed carbolic acid which was taken by mistake for hiskry, mid died in an hour. He was from Knlciuh, N. C, and was a son of Judge Avery of the State supreme court. He was employed in tne geological sur vey. The bottle from which he drunk wns plainly marked "whiskey," The ac cident happened in Avery's own rooms. Krgulnr weekly meeting of the bourd of aldermen to-night. Good Lamp Chimney. I am now prepared to supply at whole sale nnd retail the best chimney made: it will not break by heat. The chimneys benrina the "Peerless" trade mark are guaranteed to lie unsurpassed. Dealers will do well to handle them only. J. 11. LAW, ANTHRACITE COAL For sale at Wholesale and Retail by ASHEVILLE COAL COMPANY, Telephone 36. Kti'lualve Auents ifiontesttc and Steam 1 for Weatern North Carolina. Order from yourGropfr, our "ROLLER KING" PATENT It is iminV in AhIiovUK "YOU KNOW," And we pledge mir word for it, that no WHITER BREAD, BISCUIT, ROLLS, Tim be nifido from any imported Flour. ELECTRIC LIGHT In tlii tnorit populnr straight tfoodH in this market. Ank your (Jrocer fortlienbovr Brandts, manufactured by tlie ASHEVILLE MILLING CO. Telephone No. 36. H. T. COLLINS, President. E. E.EAGAN, Secretary ASHEVILLE ICE COMPANY. I'ure Ice made from I'atton Avenue. Distilled Water. Office: No. HO I). C. Waddici.l, President. W. W. IlAKNAUn, Vice President. Lawrence Pitlliam, Cashier. LltWIS MAIIDl'X, Prm L. P. McLOUH). Vlee-Praa. I. B. RANKIN, Cahl.r. IIihsctoks: Lewis Maittlus, M.I. Heanten. M.J. Vnxx. J. R. Rankin, J. B. Ray, J. B. Reeri S. H. Keen. Geo. 8. Powell, C. M MiLoud. -E WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, E- Organised Mar 1st. 18". C A PITA L, $50,XM). SU R PLUS, 815,000 State, County and City Depository. Iir a General (tank In Btutncmt. DrpoHltii recdved. Bx change bought and eld. Col. levtiun made on all acceulhlr point". The Sarin Feature will receive special attention. On alliums in this department, deposited for four months or longer, Interest at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum will he paid. 8 pedal attention given to loans oo real estate, which will lie placed for long time on real on able terms. Open from H a. m. to 3 p. m. On ftaiurrtnyn the Saving (teparttnenl will be open till H p.m. janldle 39-THE SHOE ST0RE.-39 KEM0VI-D TO NO. 39 I'ATTON AVI-M'K. LEADERS shoes ALL GRADES, sn PI Ml CAPITAL, 150,000. THE NATIONAL BANK OF ASHEVILLE, THE LARGEST AXD OLDEST BANK In WcMtcrn North Carolina. Thin Hank iH 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. DIRKCTORN I J I. SAWYKIl. Kev. .1. L. f'AUKOl.L. J. fS. MAKTIN, W. V. BARNARD, D. V, WADDKLL, (!. W. WILLIAMS, nf Wilmington, N. I . it DOWN WENT M'GINTY" ! To the Bottom of the Sea. Othce aud ncrured a t'pon hiit arrival there he went Immediately to nur nran HATS. Hpcclal Attention Given to "Style" mid Quality" ofCood. Herring & Weaver, - Asheviile, N. C. OAK STREET INN, ASHKVIXCE. N. CM Beautifully loi-ntrd in a grove of oaks and white nine, with no iint nr nnU t th m. ner ot iink and WoudAn streets, near the Female Cnlltsr. and oniv thn !- fa-rim r.- vourt huu ite. We have a number of eiegnnUy-rurntsheri rooms to accommodate boarders who denlre a nice, quIit pi nee. awny from the hotels. Nice room, new furniture, good fare. Artt-class rooKiua its mi i itr V" tvxa. .tmu. nui nnu void nam a. Dr. T. J. HAHGAN, Proprietor. COMPOUND OXYGEN ANDIiEDICATED BALSAM VAPOR. All modern ami latest Improved met burin for treating chronic .Uneases of the lane- i by the pneumatic and Ith the vaporised Bai rfiua.1 tn the office treatment, and will be sent on applicmlon by exprca. on receipt of price, $12. Our uccr hire for the pust three yearn with this treatment has been phenomenal, hav ing cured many ensrs that were pronounced hopcli', whoM naica and residences can he umatnea uy caiim,' at tne tfamtanum. Hy permission we iviei to the following well-known Centlemen of Aheville: K.J. Aston, ri-Mayor ; J. K. Heed. c.eia l. a. Court; Kev t C.Nan In, pastor First Methodist Church: Kev. W A. Nelson, pMlur First Hap tint Church; H. T. vuiiidi, VB n niRinnon. T. ,. HARIiAN, M. D. hroat and nose, by the inhalation uf vaporiied nnd atomiicd fluids b oraoreMied air auimratns: also Comuound I Iivm-D in runnrriiun witi am (the balsam obtained from the natural ha I nam treeH near Asheville.. we aiso mnnuinciure a iiome ireairarntoi the compound (iKygen. which is, CAMPBELL'S GINGUR ALE. A mKlurlty uf r..n have the mina.tnn that CARBONATKD RKVKRAUKH are only palalniili in w M wrathrr. hllr this is true in a mra.urr n r,i!i.ril. win w.tkk. "UIN;i:K AI.K" I. nn rcritton. owinx t Its v. SNlNUqualitic. HINUKK AI.RIe.wntinll.v a Wistss llrvcrnKr I'rivnte famlllr. ,-nn unlrr thniUKh their r.nierr. Html, itiiret. nr fn.ni ihr I'artc.rv, 217 llH.vwninl C. H. CAIPBKU. It. T. OH. I. IS, l'rraiilrnt. V. C. Mil NT I KH. VUT-frealiU-nt. lilill. K. Cllt.l.lNB. Hecirtary, j. 8. WliHT, Auditor. THE WESTERN DRESSED BEEF AND PROVISION CO. zCOLD STORAG E. - - NO. IS SOKTII COVRT Sol'AKIi. Wholeaalc and Retail Dealers in CHOICK BIKATH. Telephone Call 4. Our aim will tie tn terve uar euatomers with ment. equal In qnalltv to any that van lie tainerl In this or any nther market. I'lcae lve ns a trial. srpt 19 dly -IN E W I GOOD Si- JuHt In, and We are Going to Sell Them. All kind, uf Dry Ouuila, Nullum, tiresa Oocxla, Olnsham., Huinestie, Jeans, flannel, niankets, Shoe., Runts, lints I'ltsnfthemliuuKhtrnr less than eost of making;. Home of them cost nothinw and a half, nnd will lie sold the ssme way. Wc arc annus for some nf the lar gest factories In the Houth anil can sell you Home-made Jeans, all wool tilled, for less than you can let them from any other store in the Htate. Wc keep OKAIIAM'S HOMIt MAtiK HIIOI'.H. nnd w ill iflve you any style at ns low prices as any other factory In the Htate, and guarantee every pair. A great many of our .iod. were hoiixht at aueUnn anil Intc In the season, so wc can sell them lower than you will And them nt nuy other store In the Slate. Try and nee. I'rires msde In the store. 'Atriicvllle Dry Goodt Co., IT North Main alrrel, 1t door hrlow I'ennlman's Hardware Htorr, J. O. IIOWKt.L, ManaKer. FINE t BUILDING t LOT, t'pnii which he soon after erected a house, which he insured in one uf the well kuuwa cora pan ten which we repreieni HE NEEDED A SAFE, Anil very wirlv tionitht one of W. C Ireland Ai Co". (Ire and burglar proof Hales, for w hlth we art- the .nit- nKcnt in this S-ate. Not Ions- iitterwunl he married a pretty mermaid, and made his hrtde a wedding prwrnt of A LKe Insurance Policy, nnd afterward lived n happy and "DRKSSKD IN HIS BliHT ai'IT OF ' CLOTH HH I" sJp:xks & JENKS, Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, Koohih q & 10, McAI'ft HI01 k, a8 Patton Ave., Aahevllle, N. C. Which he took out In the Traveler. tn-nirnni-e Compnny pro.H rous laic. U ben lnt tk-en liv u. he wh. W. T. rSNNIMJH W. B. KNKIUAN. PENNIMAN & CO. -JOBBKaS AND DBALSBS IN H!A!R!DIWiA ASHEVILLE, N. C. ACKNTH fOR 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. huillv MANN, JOHNSON & COMPANY, BfCCBSWOKH T(J SHEPARD, MANN i JOHNSON, AND THE BLAIR FURNITURE CO NO 37 PATTON AVENl'E, Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers. And Undertakers. AW Prompt intention (riven to nil order., day or nlirtit PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, TIN AND SLATE ROOFING, ASHEVILLE WOOD COMPANY. LL KINDS OF WOOD AND KINDLING, ESTABLISHED 1888, OFFICE WITH YARD, 26 NORTH COURT SQUARE, NEXT TO SCOTT'S LUMBER YARD. Electric Cart Pans office Door. A. II. & C. E. LYMAN. Owners. Jan In rf.lm essun FITZPATRICK BROS. & ROBERTSON, Dcaleraiu Wall Paper, WlndowShadcaandPatcnt Hang-era, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Maaury's Mlsed Paints and French and American We keey In stuck tt Lsulsand Kmtacky Lead. Colors. Window Alas., hot leliodly ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK. Plans aud Specification Furnished on Application Wc have thorough mechanics In each line who have had many year.' cspcrtencc In their business. Wc can aafely guarantee our patrons satisfaction In nur work, a low figure. BALLARD. RICH frMftrttr & BOYCE. THE"HICKORY INN." HICKORY, N. C. Klrvtrk Limits. Otis, Hot nnd Cold Wnti r Hat lis nnd Toilets on eiu h floor. Cuisine nnd appointments unurinssct. FRANK LOVVHRAN, Proprietor. THE BONANZA," THK I.KADINO ' v WINE AND .. LIQUOR STORE V IN THE STATE. FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM. j. a. makqi'ardti h . r. NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE, N. C rv 'r.r:'u.-t.sjrn ,r,j- ju ,i-. t--1 t-oni'iaj(.:j'i-3il'.V1.' TU3 -T-V .ir-nr..