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R. Jf . FTJBMAN,
JORDAN 8 TONE, '
THURSDAY EVN'G, AP,'L T30, 5.
M ILK AND BUTTER WANTED.
. We in common with all -the;peo-
pte west oi tne.irrotmtains Rave naa
muciTio sav. ana nave said it trutn
, T - ,
fully, about the Adaptability of this
.section to grass and to the rearing
oi Ncaiuo, xne .uemonsxrauons. qi
wli vVk t vTAVl t t Vv r ft stilt . teif V. wIiiaIi
artificial pastures are made, the
nKiinr1niir rnnrl :1nYtiriitnrA nf iVxp
wild herbage of the mountains, and
the fact that stock raising is a large
apd for a long time the chief profit'
qJa inilnairv -Vint fnr oil fVilo ved
. might have much to say, and say it
i very ruefully, about the death - or
total absence at one period of the
year of one of thVnigst valued -pro-
aucxs oi me cow. who me iaii oi
tbJatJeaf and with th drying up of
the grass comes toe gradual drying
up; of the cow. The stream of milk
' grows gradually -less until it ceases
to ratue on ine nottoms oi ine emp
ty milk oails. ; The. churn is laid
asiqe-as a useless: piece of household
'furniture,- arid Is forgotten until" the
swelling buds nd reviving black
berry thickets and outcropping grass
insnirV the despondent half dead
r cattle with hope and they , begin to
feel: that life is worth living ; and
then the feeble stream of milk be-
gins to flow again until it bursts in
ood, and milk -and buttermilk and
reah s weet butter thenceforth are
the common possession of all, until
the summer is spent and winter
KtMnffa anttin lto annual Tamino nf
WAA0 O VU MAXIMUM 1UW W
comfort and luxury. "
Why not have milk and butter
all the year ? It can be done more
readily in the country than in the
towns. . In these last he who keeps
a cow has profit from it all the year.
He cannot : keep it unless he feeds
it lie cannot afford to keep it un
less the feeding makes returns. He
feeds it, and he has milk and butter
all the year. The secret then is
feeding. Why cannot this be done
in the country as well as in the
Awna nrVtavA i io rlAna n a email
scale it is true but done successful
ly? Perhaps no greater blow was
ever struck at the dairy interest of
the South than the assertion that its
climate was bo mild that cattle re
quired -neither feeding nor housing
during the winter. This claim gave
full liberty to every cattle owner to
let his stock shift for itself; to stand
shivering all winter under the lee of
a warm fence, to wander about list
lessly in the naked corn fields, to
nibble desperately once more at the
oil niooieu dooi oi a sapiess corn
stalk, or stand in miserable despair
in the expanse of the pasture as free
. .1 ,1 ' - l ' 1 '' '
xrom inc semoiance oi neroage- as
4 Vi A m li-l II A Af 4l a m n rl A tt ivtflin virl
.i ne caie nve mrousn xne winter,
and the climate is vindicated. But
for all that the cattle are dead, they
riM ' i n. il V ,a1 A '
have to be as entirely rebuilt in the
spring as, one of Secor Robeson s
rotten ships, and it is many wetk,
before they come in condition fur
One of the happy incidents of a
fence- law is that it compels owners
to keep their cattle up ; and keeping
them up he is compelled to fer-d
them, doing so because the catt it
have nothing else to look to ; and
that the owner of a town cow docs,
but from different motives. But if
one reaches his profits thro"gh in
terest, the other through eompul
ion, -yet" both reaching the Fame
end why should not the rationale of
,the Joperauon impress itself as- forci
bly .upon one as upon the other?
Both find that to be made profitable
rows muBt be fed. The owner in
the " country, . because, he has bet-i.
taught, or . has found it, that his
cows can get through .the winter
without dying of starvation is ton-
tent mat tney escape death, that he
may escape all the pains of provid
ing by a summer's labor Bomethim?
for tlura to thrive oij. Yet he car?
not be called -a,contented man when
his family are without milk and
butter for jnany. month a, a nd twhei
he is unable to meet the demand
nf a market for butter; always opc.
and profitably. 1 C v i ;
This thing, whkh is a re proach t
the Southern farmer, sjrid a reproach
to Southern Vthri ft uhd . Southen
habits of Jiving, should have at
:end WiU not ; some -goocl farm
who seea the subject as re dVvan '
is aoie, lo ..tnrow. jigiit upon it, u
luofeujeuk is utuig pusi.cu in number ten, "Keem's Creek' num
some of the ew England Ftattc ber eleven,- "Flat Creek," and num
lookmg to education on the eubjec t heT sXr Limestone," in which said
of temperance in the ublic f chools j bwnships this act - sHaJl go into
-...:-: ;---.-' ' effect on the-first day of November,
A Vassab College graduate, Mis one thousand- eight hundred and
J ulia Pease, i cultivating 6,000 acre? 'eiehty-flve. '
ef Jand m Texaf. . : l
BUNCOMBE'S NO-FENCE LAW
V The following is the full text of
the act of the late. General i Assem
bly, being an act to prevent live
stock from running att large in
Buncombe county : v
The General Assembly of North Car
rolina doenact : "
Section 1. That it shall be unlaw
ful for any "live s'tock'to "un' at
large in Buncombe county and no
person shall -permit any of ; his live
stock to go or enter upon the lands
of another without haying obtained
leave from the owner pf such lands.
Any, person violating this section
shall be ; guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction shall be fined
not exceeding fifty dollars or im
prisoned not exceeding thirty days:
Provided, ' ;this Section shall not ap
ply to any township,' district or
territory which may be exempted
frorn the operation of this act as
Sec. That it shall be the duty
of the justices of the peace in said
county to register all descriptions
of live stock taken up oi impound
ed, .'and each iustice shall keep
such register open for inspection at
all times, Sundays excepted.
Sec. 3 JThat , it shall be lawful
for any person to take up any live
stoctfunuing at large in tlie por
tions of said county where this
stock-law shall be in force, and to
impound the same in the township
where said stock is , taken up : Pro-
vtded, the person taking up said
stock shall file a description of the
ame with a justice of the peace in
the township where said stock is
taken up; and each person so tak
ing up and impounding the same,
may demand fifty cents for each
animal so taken up, and twenty
five cents per head each day the
said stock is kept impounded, and
may retain said stock until all the
legal charges for impounding the
same and for the damages caused
by said stock are- paid, said dama
ges to be ascertained, in cases of
dispute, by two disinterested free
holders to be selected by the owner
and said impounder,-said freehold
ers to select an umpire if they can
not agree, and their decision to be
Sec. 4. That the provisions of
section two thousand eight hundred
and seventeen (2817) of the Code,
relating to notice to the owner of
impounded, stock, the sale of such
stock, and the application of the
proceeds, shall apply to the county
Sec. 5. That the word stock in
this act shall be construed to mean
horses, mules, jacks, jennets, colts,
cows, .sheep, calves, goats and all
cattle and swine.
Sec. 6. That it shall be the duty
of the board of commissioners of
said county to erect a good and law
ful fence where necessary around
the said county, or around such
portions of - said county as may be
exempted from the operations of
this act as hereinafter' provided;
and shall construct gates at all
points in public roads crossed by
said fence or fences, and said stock
law fences and gates shall be erect
ed before the first day of Novenjber,
one thousand eight hundred and
Sec. 7. That for the purpose of
building said stock-law fence and
gates, the ; board of commissioners
of the county may, if necessary,
levy and collect a special assess
ment upon all real property, taxa
ble by the State and county within
the county, or within the township
or townships,- district or districts,
over which the stock-law shall go
into operation, but no such assess-,
men t shall be greater, than one
fourth of ono per centum on the
value of said property.
Sec. 8. That any citizen or citi
zens of said county are hereby
authorized and empowered at their
own expense, to construct said
fence, or any part, of it,' along the
lines indicated by this act, and , to
erect gates on any of the highways
on the said line of fence.
Sec. 9. That if any owner of land
along the- line shall ' object to the
building of any fence, herein allow
ed, his land, ' not exceeding twenty
feet in width, for the fencing herein
provided for, upon the application
of any person or persons to any
justice of the peace of said count',
may be laid off and condemned for
such fencing by two disinterested
freeholders summond by said jus
tice of the; peace, and they shall
View "the land "and assess" such
damages as thev may think just,
after giving to the owner -of such
land or his agent at least two days'
notice. . . , -
Sec. 10. - That sections two thou
sand eight" hundred and eighteen
(2818), two thousand eight hundred
and nineteen (2819) and two thou
sand eight hundred - afc.d1 twenty
(280) of The Code, shall apply to
the county -of Buncombe. :
- Sec. 11." That upon the written
petition tf a majority of the regis
tered voters, of any township, dis
trict of territory with well defined
limits or boundaries, the county
commissioners and justices of the
peace in joint meeting may, by res"-
olution, suspend the, operation of
this act in such township, district
or territory : ;. Vorirfrf,"such , peti
tion is presented r to said ;conimis
?ioners and justices of the peace at
their annual meeting' on the' ; first
Monday- in.'June, one thousand
eight hundred and eighty five: A nd
provided, further, that this . section
shall not apply to the followinir
i townships, viz: Number two. "Ixw-
f er Hominy," number four, "Leices-r
tec, - number
Sec. 12. That after the sclflohicnt .
of the territory to be placed under
the operation of .this act made at
.said June meeting, county commis
sioners shall proceed to have located
the: line of Uaid stock-law fence, and
if needbe,they may levy and col
lect the necessary, taxes as provided
in sections six and seven of this act:
Provided, that no fence,, shall be
erected along the , boundary lines of
any county township,1 - - or
district r where fa stock law pre-
vailsU i s ' 1 ;
" Sec 13. ' That " in establishing
said stock-law1 fence, ' the xounty
commissioners may determine and
declare what water courses, moun
mountain., ranges, or, Vpart of . the
same along he: line Of said bound
ary, shall be a lawful fence and con
stitute part of said stock-law fence;
and such- water courses,-, mountains
and mountain ranges shall be suf
ficient boundaries in lieu of fences.
Sec. 14.v That any person or any
number of persons owning land in
a township or district which is ex
empted from theH operation of this
act, and adjoining any township or
district where ' the stock law pre
vails, may have his or their lands
enclds'ed within any fence built in
pursuance of this acc All such
adjacent -lands, when so enclosed,
shall be subject to all the provisions
of this act.
That this'ract shall go"
into effect from after the first day
of November, in the year -1 f our
Lord one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-five; and shall apply
to the county of Buncombe alone.
Sec. 16. That the county com
missionersshall have this act pub
lished in one or more newspapers "at
the ' county seat, at least a month
between the first day of April and
the first day ' of November, one
thousand eight hundred and eighty
five; "and shall give public notice by
posting notices in three public
places in each township of the
establishmant of the stock-law
fence or -fences, : and such notice
shall be given for at least ten
days before this act goes into ef
fect. ' : " ' ' ' -":'-
Sec. 17. That all - laws and
clauses of . laws in conflict
with this act are hereby re
pealed. In the General Assembly read
three times, and ratified on
this the 5th da- of March, A. D.
1885.- . .
EDITORIAL BRIEFS. ,
Gen5l Grant sent the following to
the press oh Monday, his 63d birth
To the various army posts, socie
ties, cities, public schools, States,"
corporations and individuals, North
and South, who have been so kind
as to send me congratulations on
my 63rd birthday, I wish to offer
my grateful acknowledgement. The
dispatches have;been so numerous
and so touching in tone ; that it
would have been impossible :to.
answer them if I had been in per
fect health. .
(Signed.) U. S. Grant.
"The Brazilian plant "Alvelos" is
said to have helped Gen. Grant. Its
juice cures cancers, according to Dr.
Villoso, of Penambuco. Surgeon
General Hamilton believes ia it and
has used it with success.
In Patagonia they fine a man
two goats for killing his wife. The
law is very strict on the subject, too,
and if the fine isn't promptly paid
he is compelled to marry again.
That .makes him hustle around for
the goats. ''." , v
For members of a hungry horde,
ravenous for the spoils of office, the
rebel brigadiers -are declining a.
good many missions and consulates
and things. . l
The Duchess of Edinburgh, sister
of the Czar, has written a letter to
her brother, imploring peace.
The number Lof troops in India
ready to m rch with one month,s
rations would indicate that Enpy vnd
has not been idle. . ' :
, Railkoad Development. Indus
trial business was done in 1880 and
1881, and since 1882 railroad build
ing has been on the decline. The
years 1883 and 1883 and 1884
brought very dull times, and a
Wall street put panic put a sud
den stop to anything like extension
of trade. Iany railroads that were
projected ? and on which work 'had
beeu'done were left in anunfimshed
state until confindence could be're
Sto'red. Railroad Presidents found
it as much as they could do to bor
row money to meet the obligations
of their, companies, and if they could
btldgc over" the panicy troubles
they were satisfied. ; Some of them
have manaced to keep their roads
from receivers hands, but the - time
of traffic prosperity has not come,
and doubtless some of the debt bur
dened companies will yet have to
eollahse. But if war is declared be
tween England -i4 Uussiaa great
SlimUiUS . Will . ; given W liUUUAU
traffic, for -there , will be a Jtremen
dous movement in grainjand provi-
sinos; apd this stimulus would go
far toward saving; the wen mgn
bankrupt - '.companies. iZiAmond
JJTO. . CI-AYTOST,
.'-t-- . -, Reak Eaols. Hotel) .
v?'-. - ASIIEVILLE, N.-C, ;
jurjrtiFicTvnEJt oF con
; Coevisa made in First-Class Style of
Walnnt, Monntain Birch, Poplar, Piae
and Maple of the best quality. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed and Low Prices charged.
.; lie aaks that ctlie ipubiic, .rail and
see for themselves. , s " ;
eepl'1- lir.OF ' . "." ; - V - ; '
All persons having claims agalnst- the late Dr.
4, W. iiaruy will ijii ma m uwuv.-
tipned on or before the toih of April, 1bo3, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar therrnt.
8.- S. TENNEXT, "
' .-.11 C tt : . lilin in ict t-,ltnl
AsheTille. Tobacco JIarket.
RRPOfTKU SPBCIALLT POK TH ClTIZKM-l
ASMBVIU-t. N. Cm AprU 81. 1886.- -.
Fillers Common Lnin,. .........$4 aS5 60
i-:, 1 Common Bi ight I.eaf....l
Fine ' -
Smokers Common Reddish,. .7.'."
. - Common Bright
- Good Blight
-' Fine to Extra......
timiion leat. ............... .4.... o
Cutters Common to Good......
- - Good to Fine...!
" Fine to I'-ancy...M.,
Common to Medium
..J5' s al8
Medium to Good..-..
Good to Fine 35a45 55
FanCY... - . .. none,
There is no chanire to be made in our quota
tions this week. With a partial season for hand
ing tobacco in the country the breaks to-day were
large, but the quality of the graded offered was
below the average. . . s , .
: Corrected. Daily by ;.
POWELL & SNIDER. : .
Ashkvillk, N. C. April 2 , 1885.
Apples Green, per bushel, $1 00 to $1 85.
" dried, 2 to 5 cents. - :
Bulk Bacon 1 to 9; Smoked 2 cents; shoal
ders 8 to 10 cents; hams 12 to 15 cents.
, Beek 6 to 10 cents, as to quality.
Butter Prime 85 to 85 cents; commoH 80 cents.
Beeswax 80 to 22 cents.
Beans White l 25 to $ 1 75
Coffee Rio It; to 14 cents; Laguayva 18
cents; Javn 25 to 30 cents -'
Cheese lo to 20 cents, as to quality.
Cotton Yarn 30 85 to II 00.
Corn- 75 to 80.
Corn Meal 75 to 80
Candles Per yt box, 92 50 to $2 75. -
Eggs llto 15 cents per dozen.
Flour 2 50 to S3 7s per sack.
Lard 10 to 12 cents. ' .
' Molasses Common dark 25 to 50 cents. ' ?
" Fine Syrup 50 to 75 cents.
" NoW Orleans SO 75 to 81 00.
Oats 65 cents.
Hay SI 80 per cwt.
Shiostuff S30 rer ton. '
I Dried Peaches 8 to 12 cts; unpeelod 4 to 6 cts.
Potatoes Sweet, per bushel. 81 50. .-
Irish, " 60 to SI 00.
Sugars Brown, 5 cents; powdered lOcents; crush
ed and grantulated, 8 to 12 cents -Vinegar
30 to B0 cents per gallon. -Seeds
Clover Seed, S6 85. .
Orchard Grass Seed, $2 00. . - - .
- Timothy " " S8 25. - . 4 A
Red Top " . " 75. . - . . -Blue
Grass " $165. . " ' ':
Lawn " - u 55 cts. per lb.
S. R, KEPLER
Is prepared to supply the wants of
the housekeepers of Asheville and
surrounding country with Fine Gro
ceries and Table Delicacies of every
description. We make a 'specialty
of the Finest r Teas and choicest
grades of both Green and Roasted
Coffees My friends and the public
are assured that all articles sent out
by me are strictly first-class and at
prices as low as the ' market and
quality of goods permits. - : ,
CHOICE TJEW CROP TEAS..
Gunpowder, English Breakfast, 4
Formosa Oolong and Japan
Selected for their superior drawing qualities ano
flavor. . '
HIGHEST GRADE COFFEES ;
Old GoVtfJavarCdnW, green and roasted,
Genuine Mocha, " "
L&guayra, Peaberry, Fancy Golden Rio, '
Baker's Chocolate, ,
, .-, . . Baker's Broma, .
t '3 ' - ' . Epps'sCocoa
HOLIDAY SUPPLIES. ,
Finest Tkle Ka)sins. Seedless Kai&ius, '
CurranU,fcitrpn, Orange and Ijenon Pel, f '
Oranges.Xemons, Finest Fia, . .
Cocoanuts', French Prunes, - ' " . ;
Mince Heat, Plum Pudding,
Canton Ginger. Crystallized Ginger,
Jellies, Preserves, Olives, -.
Finest Italian Olive Oil, Flavoring Extracts,
... atine. Ao. . r - ; - . : -
k TABLE S YRUPS,' &v.
Finest New Orleans Molasses,
Rock Cendy Syrup, '
Pure Golden Syrup and Extracted Honey
Keiller's Dundee Marmalade aud Jams,
Prepare'! Buckwheat Flour,
Edam, and Pine Apple Cheese.
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and hiht
French Peas, French Mushrooms,'
Oyster Bay Asparagus, Shrimp, . ;
Deviled Crab, Soused Mackerel and Trout
Boneless Sardines, Boneless Hcrriugs, '
Crliforaia Peaches, Pears and AprieoiK, 'J
Preserved Strawberries. . . . - .;.
Preserved Pitted Cherries, . ...'
Bahama Grated Pineapple, ' ''
Canned Whole Tomatoes Finest sroo . i .
Finest Chewing Tobacco, ;
Key West Cigars,
. Imported Cigars,
V ; .. At KEPLER'S, '
Dealer in Fine Groceries."
Opposite Eagle Hotei.
. FOR' 8ALE.'l;:-!
-NE OF THE FINEST FUUIT AND STOCK
Farms in Western If.
12 mile from Brevard
Orchard 2,000 apples. 500 pears, plums, peaches,
cherries and 10,000 (rrape vines, choicest varieties.
. 4 new Tebaceo Barnis
with Iron nuea.
Land suitable foV Wllow Tob-d
acco. Fine- meacow.
rooms. Tenants Houses, btables, die.
; . 8. E. LUCAS; Brevard,, K.C.
m chl9-2t w ;
Dflor, Sasl j Bii-WorU
Thos. I. Clayton,
Asheville, ,-.'- v -; . - .
- j. - j
- Fnlly equipped with the latest machinery, and
with an inexhaustible supply of the b-st hard
and soft timbers on the continent, my facilities
for tilling orders promptly with the very -best
goods are unsurpassea u ine sown. - , - - , - n
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Fine Mouldings and Newel Work, Inside Finis ;
In Hard and Soft Wood,.. Fancy Front
and Vestibule Doors a specialty. . .
All nrrlprs. sent or e-Irfin the undersigned. or
E. 8. Clayton, Superintendent, will-, receie
prompt attemton, ana . . - .-.
Thos. X. Clayton.
ON VERY EASY TERMS; J.
IIOUGES AiJO L070
v in Tfl iscity. t.
Applv to ' ' "
DOUBLIDiY & SCOTT.
mch 18-t mos s w .
CATAMM3UE of New, Rare sid Beautirtil
Plants for 1865, ready in January, with a colored
Plata. - , .
It is full In really good and beautiful plants, as
well as all the novelties of merit. .
The rich collection of fine Foliage, and other
Greenhouse and Hothouse Plants, are well grown
and at low prices. .
Free to all my customers; to others, 10 cts; or a
plain pnpy gratis.
Catalogue of Seeds, Puises, Orchid., Fruits, ct,
v : i-
i & j
v And There V6" Remain !
With the cheapest and lnoat elegant as
sortment of Goods ever brought to Asheville."-
It is a well eRtablished fact that
C JVVHITLOCK . ;
is ' and' has beep the, attraction of Ashe
ville.. . "
I claim to carry the most complete as
sortment of m v class of grKKis in Ashe
ville, and to convince you of this fact, an
assurance, of this fact will ba 'effected
calling: at tny'Stote and exanyning the
beautiful display of good's that , can be
seen. ' . '..
. Just received a new line of those beau
tiful' Lawns, at j; ctf. per yard. '
A. beautiful assortment of Ginghams in
Plaids arui Stripcs. , . ',,'." .
i, J A fresh-, supply "of Embroideries, ranging
in' priceVortr'5 cfsC t6 $t.or per yard. '
' Laces tin Oriental, Clung, 'Torchon, Af
ghan,' Spanish, Point de AUcon, Russian
and others, that wi'l have to.be seen to be
appreciated. ; ; J, - -
In Dress Fabrics, I show some grand
styles, arid ask an inspection of this Stock
before purchasing elsewhere. .... , r . - j . .
: Just received my second supply of new
shapes, and can say with confidence that
I can please the.most fastidious in taste. "
It would require the entire space of the
Citizen ta enunierale each article sepa
rately, but all I ask is a call and I feel con
fident that yo;v will ba suited. ' " "
- GENTS' FURNISHING. '
I have a complete Stock of everything
in this, line, comprising, Hats, Shirts, Un
derwear Hosiery, Neckwear.' Handker
chiefs, &c. '
' I am sole "Agent for the celebrated
DUNLAP HATS arid EARL & WIL
SON COLLARS. V , ---.In
consequence of the death of Mr. S.
Whitlock, "who was my Manager, the bus
iness will be continued by. ' . ' ' '
II. WHITLOCK, -
L' .idcr Eagle Hotel, Main St.
, ' '
COR5EK PATTOX AVKXVE -AND MAIN ST.,
' OI'I'OSITK COl'KT. SQyAKZ, ( JV
fS COMPLETE; IN ETEJtY RESPECT,
AAD IS PREPARED TO DO JX4.i-
.-MANNER OF w
AT TUJS LOWEST flQVBXS, IN THE SHORT-
, EST POSSIBLE TIXB AND IN THE BES1
.' MANNER, j fi -'
We Will Not Ba Ondenrorked
I It f A"nn5 I KTlVB.iirina
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; - S M ER 1 FFS- DEEDS, : , .
: 'ICIVIL WARRANTS,
. STATE WARRANTS,
jbSTICES' JUDGM EXTS, " !
JUSTICES' EXECUTIONS, I
UcnXTfEL MORTG AG ES. &o.
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I;PLES AND PRICES BEFOREiQ
jjGJYJ Xaf OUR ORDERS, j
U. S. COMMISSIONER'S BLANKS
: OF ALL KINDS. ".'
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: : uirDEiiTAKEiis. ; .:; :-:
- asiifville; N. c. -
' Aletallic and Walnut Coffms coustantl v
on hand. Every requisite cf the business
furnished. All rails da v cr nic:httroait)t-
tot t .T t rrt f rirf zt tT1
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Having bought out the old established house of Mr. R. S. BETHKI.I.
I am now prepared to furnish, at tire lowest posisible figures, all kiml
andclassesof - '
liKvAAi'nf humlaAmn VVnlmif .in1
Aah Kedstearla ?. Parlor- Siii'j nf different ffriides. from the. hariilsortiest to
Lounges, -fetv - -.-- .. ,; ;';. ;' . , t-' - .v .i.,
; Doors, Sash and Blinds, specialty.
8-Messrs. Chas. A.'Moseley and .'B. M. Jones will remain with me.
and would be clad to serve their friends and the nublic trenerallY.'-' '.
j.jaSO-waswly. . - -
The public are now cordially invited
I have been somewhat delayed in
nave- a good and 6UDstanttu stock
v-1 ' intend Ho sell roods cheap
S181S OI -
I, will also have in a short time a
all qualities; Bureaus. Washstandi'. Tables. Cliiirst AIflttffstc.
, Springs, Wardrobes, Desks,: Towel Racks, Parlor Snitf,, -
. .Carpels, Window Shades and'Oil Cloths."' ' ; ,
: ' ' ' :'; - -- N ..- : t
Hoping you will call and Examine my stock before buying, " '
- ' v I am respectfully, ' ' " ; " ;'
mhl8-swAWA:-;'; : ' .- . . :-. . . - :. rj H. nelllll.UZX.
GsOBilE anC ' SOUS- COMPANY'S
SPECIAL COMPOUND FOR TOBACCO,
M A N U FA
Baltimore, J llly Q. Oter; & Sons Co.
'The almost unparalleled, success that has attended': the use of our
Fertilizer in the past, shows that our . ' ... "
"Special ; Compound for Tobacco"
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is just the 'fewd .retired 'for growing' GOOD, FINE, and FANCY
WIGHT. YELLOW tOBACCO. We claim that our- : -
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is "especially adapted to the production' of a Tobacco of L,arxe 'Site.
juvtMf m MKiEirr-f tin it- jLsrtgiir Memon .oiort
and; further, lhat Tobacco grown by it Retains Color, after Cur
ing, Unusually well, Superior, not oplj in the production ol
Tobacco of Better Siza Leaf, SSaccthep Testura aad Bright ? Colcr,
but that it can be applied to land Huch' Easier, With L6S3 UrTCiSS,
and with more uniformity; thereby insuring a much more uniform crop,
which-Oreatty lessens tlas'.CoSt aalator'in cutt'ing.and housinc;
M-aara. O. Ober Sou. Cc-BaUtooreMd.': -'
. w . iTi"?; JDT V Compound for Toliaoco for qnite a jinmb-r ot veara, aaul
Bn It one of Hw knilizer- eyer uxecL I cfieerftill- reeonmrH It to thows Wan'ln iroai
rr bWA SonaaltiwMtT '
I hare Ofed Obor s HpeciKl Componnd for twrtr
Ifesara. Ober & Son. Co ; BaltlmP, Md. : : - i-.- t V Jnnry
Gents-I have been usinr your 6pecial Compound for Tobopco tor rarer, rear., aod it dot. veil
for mo. I coiiphler it one of the best iertilizem that ix mado. . -r . VourV. o!r
Send fnr circular. "A full
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TKBl BEST Uf THE IARBXTI
.... . .... i 6ire,
Atetaa Jt a BpSrts!i. frfwd teisSta Pjf k
J jS.J li .m nua eouutr to
term to . II -1 4fiAOi.tl toH
11 1 i 1.1.. . jkLmiHterai, tcitutiera and others, whr, time is cut i u 1' j (k-p.- U d .
to eorrsspon.l with oa. To farmen' wo. and other yonntr men j jt eon , r ' t ,
5rf. PCIRO hadte4tr the ieUl treatauat of Catarrh,
hroat. Lunar Dleae, founder of th m.Oina Co., for Urn pny
ucuuuuf thm wonderful nuuwl.UMd by InhlUoa, mo widely knowa mt th-
Hay Fever, Catarrh, iervou, (Hrotr;lont to. Bend .tM .
forth ''Manual," an intereaune ?k otlptmu Four Colrd.
Plat... AMnmiiR. FEIWO, C.-.r i Coy ' Hoa;,K
Hon. Wm. Pnr NIxoit, Ed. Inter i.,.!, - J) cao.
F. H. TubbS. Eaq. anrr W. C. Tel. to.j- - t!ea
't'S5 O .W. Nixon, M. O., Mrs. Metta Q. Rood, -1 - ; Chicago.
"Henry ft. Stilea, M. D.. - .- - -NwVortt.
iIT. B.-OnrOrw7Mt it rifely tfnt atvwer lit th United StmUa, Oanada
T .: V":
' A izli -itfitQ WfltnUt. 'Xlil Cr t V filkl!
Patton Avenue Asheville, N. C.
to call arid examine my stock of
n um u. d
getting ready for business, but now
and for cash in hand.', Mv plotk con-
nice lino of '"
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supply of LAND PIJlSTER.also al-
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