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J D.CAMKRONr '
rtVED-'DAXt KVE'NG, MAY 20, '85.
GOLBf ORES OF NORTH
Mx,T. Bruner, of tb Salisbury
- ; Watchman, mho has charge in whole
tziofr. in fart ; of the ? Mineral Depart-
' merit of the North Carolina Exhibit'
" VayNe'wOrleanshas done his State
t , good service in the valuable infor
mation, he gave in an interview
with a reporter of the Picayunes ,
TJip extent y$riety; and richness
v of thai' Exhibit were so impressive
;(as 'to?Jead to inquiries ,as to the
sources from : which k was drawn,
and to ascertain if the displays on
'exhibition were cabinet specimens
" merely," or did 'they 'represent! feal
.and substantial mineral wealths
Mr. Bruner :made . his replies
well, truthfully and compreheh-
-'sively. ' Tlie1-inference drawn from
;',thm. may justly be, that while
'North Carolina has already pro-
... . duced more gold in .. value than
Aanj .Other State along the Atlantic
. slope, the application of scientific
processes to the vein ores may re
new there; the splendors of the
early -California .development; for
it is the sincere conviction of ex-
""nerienced California, mines that
the ' geological formation of the
rjotdTfoett'Tof this State " indicate
untold hidden wealth,'; and, that
. some day the scene of excitement
that marked the, days of the gold
i fever in California may be renewed
-here. - ' .
Mr. Bruner estimates the total
product of the gold -fields -of all
. kinds, from the time of their dis-
. wPVtUM .thepresent at t3O,00O;O0O.
,;(,This may or , may not be correct,
' inere can .' never ,De any ac-
curate data found. The coinage in
:the jmnts of North Carolina gold
either at Charlotte or Philadelphia
represents but a small fraction,!
tie -being sent thereby mines. Much
of this product is and has been the
result of foreign capital and labor.
r,The country stores have bought,
sold and disposed of many millions
oi ausi oi wnicn no omciai recora
exists; and millions more have been
worked up into jewelry, the history
and original' disposition' of which
no body accurately knows. So
.-. of the' existence of gold in North
Carolina to the present, it is quite
as probable that the amount has
. been fifty millions , as of thirty
''Mr'Bruner gives a very accurate
statement of the number, condition
'. and extent of operations' in the
vein mines, and surprises by infor-
mation he conveys of the amount
of capital invested, the amount of
fwt done and the depth; and ex-
ent of operations.. ;
1 4 ;We cannot "notice in detail what
; he says; but it will be of interest to
. mention," while stating that ,:the
prominent gold producing counties
, are Guilford, Davidson, Randolph,
:" ' Roman,. Stanley, Montgomery Ca-
parrus : Gaston,, Mecklenburg, and
' Union,, and that the ores : embrace
. .almost every variety and combina
tion of auriferous sulphides, galen
tides m blendes and . chalcopy rites,
and free gold in the brown ores.-
These -$ccur in veins. In "drift" or
"float''. quartz, gravel beds ;and on
the surface; "dust" .and
gold is found, to mention
a few of
the mines with their depth and
product" " Vi . i , , ;
The Hoover Hill , mines in Ran-
nlolph are down 350 feet and the ore
ayersgps ' from $8 to $10 per ton.
, ThV Ore- Knob- Copper Mines, in
Ashe, county have produced over
fd'jnillions of dollars The mine
I f has-been worked : to a depth of; 400
' feet and is equipped with smelters
and-refiners. - The ; ore, chalcopy
rite,.wiil average about 8 per cent.
but - occasionally ; has
bunches in the lode." The Phoenix
MjncgpVjn f Cabancusj j counjty, has
' tnCw.orFetoje.dpih of 300
v feet ! and i the ore - wiU average
$15 per ton. Silver Hill, in David-
on counjLyXZlia? reached the depth
r-tf7Wfct4fyiuaet.. says : "The
developmenJt-SilrerUlill, in Da-
. vidson countyarreached a depth
' Of ahout 700 feet. r This is one : of
scarce; and thig at-gentiferous. galen
; ite lirtd blend was smelted an(f run
:,;ntofVu'Uefe.;''Tfie pi e are complex
andraye'wortjperiton :. Goi4 $10,
, Buyer eaa per cent., ana
'-ainc 10 per cent." .. This mine has
l '"Tlienrddisilf intuTirMecklen-
t tol S80 (eet) the Capps s Hill miifo in
the same county ,100 feet ; th'e ;St.
rthsnpemme,;Ja i.-';-p:-, -
Of the most extensive .work of all,
the Gold Hill mine in Rowan coun5
ty, he says The Gold HillmineSj
discovered" in 1842,-have been de
veloped jto tha 4eptlv . 70 feet,
witharms or "tunnels at Uus deptn.
of 900 feet in lateral extent. Near-
ID ese mines, a. ne ores-rricu iree
cE$4ge14tosaIphidlbf Irpn and
copper s depth is. attained." But
we cannot follow this branch of the
subject further; -- 1 ; v :
On the subject of placer mining,
Mr;-!' Bruner. gives some interesting
itemsis He says (he Reed . wuie, in
Caparrus,t;the rsi "wprkedin the
State, -has produced very largely
since it was discovered about V1824.
Jt7,was here'.that. Ibefaroous 28r
pound lump ;was founds the largest
known east ; of California, The
Parker mine in Stanley has -been
another large producer. The Mont
gomery "placer mines Mr." Bruner
thinks the'most extensive and, vak
nable in the State. The Sam Chris
tian, mines . are the -most widely
known and ,are credited iwitn a
produet ! of $200,000 j rather under
the mark, we think; for they have
been worked for more than thirty
years, and nave always been pro
ductive. I 7 . 3
Strangely enough Mr. Bruner has
omitted notice of what were for a long
time the most famous placer mines
in the State -the'Brindletown mines
in Burke, near the McDowell and
Rutherford lines. .These were dis
covered about -1834, and produced
an?excitem'ent inHe State equal to
the discovery, of gold in California.
There was a general rush to them.
Planters frdnr the eastern ' counties
moved lip' their slaves ens masse and
set them to washing for gold. Every
man who had a little ready money
to-invest' put . it in. Some made
money; many lost, and the fever
diectoitt as the finds 'became less
valuable. The washings continue
to be worked with some profit, and
under a different system may yet sur
pass their former fame. . We heard,
years ago, the yield of these mines
estimated at $2,000,000; nnder, rath
er than over, the mark.
- Mr. Bruner may yet add an addi
tional chapter to his interesting re
port. This side of the. mountains
seems on the eve of becoming known
as a gold producing section. ; The
newly discovered mine in Hender
son county, on Boilston Creek, gives
extraordinary promise of value ; so
do mines in Clay and Cherokee; all
Georgia gold belt, regarded as the
richest on the Atlantic slope.
It is certain that the North Caro
lina gold is not all yet discovered.
"Wasted fence corners" is the sub
ject of a very instructive , article in
the Nashville Daily American. . The
consideration of that question would
be a powerful argument in favor of
the "no-fence law." About one acre
in every hundred enclosed by our
zig zag worm fences is taken up by
them, and lost; worse than lost;
for they become offensive nurseries
of briars and bushes and weeds and
vermin; not only
much - lost to
use, but so much added to labor
and vexation. These idle fence runs
are taxed as . well as the productive
acres. The American asks if this
ground cannot be utilized in any
way? and suggests the planting of
fruit trees in the angles of the fences.
But fruit is not worth much without
cultivation, and fence corners cannot
be cultivated without labor, labor
much more tedious than cultivation
on tne open grounds The wise
course is to strike at the root of the
evil, and abolish the fences. .
TheT election of John A. Logan is
more creditable to his" perseverance
than it is to the discipline of the
Democratic party-or the generosity
of Mr. ; Morrison-. That - eentlemah
ascertained long -ago that he could
never be elected vThere was a stub
born, element he knew he could not
overcome. i He ; pursued '. a dog in
the manger policy. He could not
very richjbe elected ; he determined that' no
other Democrat should be elected.
Anytime within the last two months,
hadrne manfully withdrawn, the
Democrats could have elecied their
man... - It ia no compliment to them
that they clung so etubbornly . to
MrAMorrison.HrTheyv had aj; duty
far!higher than?, loyalty to him.
They 'OtightC to -have kept in view
the great importance of gaining as
cendancy in ' the U. S "Senate. As
it Is, thfey hnvf pniciically aided in
sending io,'tha'C. jdy ,.u, majti most
ernphaticaiiy eoinmitted to the per
petuation of. 'sectional .issues the
very questions the Democratic party
is interesie4vjwtting to -res?; ';; iul
they Jiaye aided in the elect n of a
man, the most extreme and biiu rin
forcing those issues than any other
who could have been chosen, v
Thd whole is k pitiful . exhibit of
personal eelfishness anof party folly.
. tS Land deeds, land mortgages and
chattel mortgages for sale at the Citizkh
office. : '.' - - - v
The -Washington Post says among
ihe l.egions of applications received
at . ith6 Treasury Department last
week ;was one from a person who
applledfor an auditorship, but said
as there might be some delay in
making" that appointment he would
be wUling to serve in tlie-meantime
as a messenger.'
This applicant was ;as Vconve
hient' as that one who made appli
cation to President Jefferson : for an
appointment; V ' Being . a Virginian,
and ?.claiming close ' acquaintance
with the President, he set hia claims
very high,'begin,nirig with a'demand
for " a -foreign ; mission. ' ' Jefferson
who " iknew his subject very . well,
good hnmoredly suggested the diffi
culties,' in the way of such appoint
ment. Ther applicant pushed his
claim for pflfice from step ,to step.
each time falling lower and lower
in his demand, each time met by the
President with objections perfectly
unanswerable, until at last the per
severing ' suitor failing in all his
aims, modestly wound up, "Well,
Mr; Jefferson, if you can't give me
any office, hjwren't you -got an old
pair of leather breeches you can give
me?" - ' . . : , .;', '
Kansas has begun with its cy
clones, one having occurred . on the
17th inst. in Rocks county, by which
several lives .were lost and much
property desired. ' The cyclones of
that State, political and elemental,
are periodical the one which swept
swept the Union : subsequently be
ginning with the Kansas and Ne
braska question ; and the elemental
ones have since followed each other
with fatal regularity. J '
.Yet Kansas is a great State for
the farmer if, he escapes the cyclone
the drouth and the grasshopper.
Prof. Erni, formerly consul for the
United States at Basle, Switzerland,
was found dead in his bed at Wash
ington on the' morning of the 19th
The body of Robert Masienburg,
who had been missing for two weeks
from his home in Sussex :. county,
Va., was found on the 18th nearly
eaten up by doss and buzzards, his
I own dog being found feasting on the
remains oi ms laie maaier. , , -,
In - the. lingering; New Orleans
murder case, the case in w hich sev
en politicians set upon an enemy in
open day and in a public place and
killed him and then walked off un
concernedly, a second decisiqn has
been- reached by the courts.' The
be hung, P. Ford and Murphy. Judge
Ford, Caulfield and Buckley were
sent to the Penitentiary for 20 years,
In Madison count', Florida, ; on
the 18th, an affray occurred in front
of ; a church door between three
brothers Langford, and two brothers
West, growing1 out' of an old ' feud.
Thirty five or fifty shots were fired
Two of the -Langfords were killed
and the other-shot in the head, but
mar survive.- Both the Wests were
badly cut and shot, but the doctors
think not fatally. . , .-,
Mr. A. L. Ellett, a leading mer
chant and most useful andj promi
nent citizen of Richmond, Va., has
been appointed Collector of Internal
Revenue for the Richmond District
This is a case where the office sought
the man.- Mr. Ellett was not an ap
plicant. The government has se
cured an able and an honest man,
Maj. Burke, : of the Times-Demo
crat, and, director of the New Or
leans Exposition, has retired,-broken
down in health from overwork. ;-He
is said to have incurred, in connec
tion with the imposition, personal
obligations to the extent of $150,000.
The insane dodge was successful
in the case of Wm. Pearsall", tried at
the recent, term of Wayne Superior
Court for killing Thomas Crow. The
fact of the killing was clearly shown
by the State,, and also the proof that
rearsalrhad openly expressed his
gurposet- .to killf Crow, and that he
. ad; been warned" if; he ; did J eo" he
would be hung. But the jury said
lie was insane, nevertheless. ; . ,
Doubleday ; & Scott
- North Side Poblio juare, ;
' . ASHEVILLE, N. C" ,; . -
Lumber, Laths, Shin
x in FlooriugjEtc. V
Also DoorSySash and
Si; -:M" Blin ds.
. " XTCBT to AY EHCYCI.OMDIA.
the iream bi 50'standard volumes in one. ; ' ' '
A rich thing for those who want to make money.
The sales are just tremendous. 15,000 copies sold
in Eastern N. C. the past winter,
Bieu now wmit-
ea lor western r. u.- ...
'8necial in'lucementa to experienced atrents
nd stuneats. So capital .necessary, references
reanired.' - 1 -- , -'
Alao'to sell Page 4 Woodworth'i Great Republic
Maps and Charts of Cleveland and Hendricks. :
Write for terms to -
PAGE & WOODWORTH,
Atlanta, Ua., ,
or P. J. Page, Ashevflle, N. C. ' , .
. ap 13-a moo rwi -
AsbcVllle Tobacco Market.
RSPOBTKI SPKCIAIXT FOB TH ClTllBK.l
: -V ' j I ; - ASHBVILLE. N. CJ, May 18. 18861
Fillers Common Lugs,. ......... ...-.4 - a?J 60
Common Leaf. J . 8-
ComroouBiigbtUaf, 9 al
Good. ....-l5 18 .
Fine " ....i8 a5
Smokers Common Reddish....... - 9
- , Common Bright 10 al3
T . Good Blight ..- ....13 W V
; Fine to Extra. .......,.. .16 . a25 "
Cutters Common to Good..,..... H al7 k
Good to Fine 18 a28
" FinetoFncy... ...S8 : a30
Wrappers Common ...... .'. 15 al8
- Common to Medium...... ,..-18 ai2
Medium to Good.. ...... 22 a35
Good to Fine & 55 t
? Fancy.. ........ none -
Prices remain the same, and the market is
firmer.- - . t. '
The weather has continued dry, but warmer.
More tobacco has beeu offered for sale, showi:
most of it, an improvement in quality, both a to
color and character - ..' i
Corrected Daily by ... : .
POWELL in SNIDER. '
-t Ashkvii.13. N. C - May 19, 1885.
Apples Green, per bushel, 11 00 to $1 50.
" . 4ried, 2 to 5 cents. ,.
Bulk Bacon 7 to 9r-Smoked 12Ji cents; shoul
ders 8 to 10 cents; hams 12 to 15,cents.
Beep 6 to 10 cents, as to quality...
Buttkb Prime 25 to S5 cents; common SO cents.
:: Beeswax-rSO to 29 cents.
. Beans White 11 28 to 1 75 . V
- Coffee Rio J.1 - to 14 cents; Laguayva 18
cents; Java 25 to 30 cents . J -
Cheese 15 to 20 cents, as to quality.
Cotton Yarn 0 & to 81 00.
Corn- 80 to 90. .
Corn Meal 80 to 90 . '
Candles Per box, 92 50 to S2 75.
Eggs 10 to 15 cents per dozen.
our $3 00 to $1 00 per sack.
im-if to VaV cenu.
. Molasses Common dark 25 to 50 cents.
im Fine Syfup 60 to 75 cents. -"
New Orleans SO 75 to 81 00.
Oats 65 cents. .
Hay tl 45 per ewt - ". " ;
Shipstuff 30 per ton. -. ,
Dried Peaches 8 to 12J cts; un peeled 4 to 6 cts.
Potatoes Sweet, per buaheL 1 50.
" Irish, ' " $1 to 81 50. !
Sugars Brown, 5 cents; powdered 10 cents; crush
ed and grantulated, 9 to 10 cents ...
Vinegar 30 to 60 cents per gallon.
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 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 NEW CROP TEAS.
Gunpowder, English Breakfast,
Formosa Oolong and Japan
Selected for their superior drawing qualities ana
HIGHEST GRADE COFFEES
Old Gov't Java Coffee, green and roasted,
v .Genuine Mocha, . " "
i&guayra, .reaDerry, rancy uoiaen Jttio,
; Epps's Cocoa
HOLIDAY SUPPLIES 1
Finest Table Raisins, Seedless Raisins,
Currants, Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, -
Oranges. Lemons, Finest Figs,
Cocoanats, French Prunes, , . .. . ,
Mince Meat, Plum-Pudding, -r ' . j : :
Finest IUlian Olive OilTFlavorins Extracts,
atine, &c. ...',.
TABLE SYRUPS, &c.
Finest New Orleans Molasses,
Rock Cendy Syrup, ; . . o: ri ;ii
Pure Golden Syrun
and Extracted Honey
Keiller's Dundee Marmalade and Jams.
Prepared Buckwheat Flour.
Edam, and Pine Apple Cheese.
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and twih.
French Peas, French Mushrooms,
Oyster Bay Asparagus, Shrimp,
Deviled Crab, Soused Mackerel and Trout
Boneless Sardines, Boneless Herrings,
California Peaches', Pea. gaud Apricots, " - -
Preserved Pitted Cherries, ":
Bahama Grated Pineapple,
Canned Whole Tomatoes Finest goo .
Finest Chewing Tobacco,. .
-Key West Cigars,'
Dealer in Fine Groceries, ;
Opposite Eagle Hotel
X. BRAND & CO.
ASIIEVILLE, N.'C. : .
Atetallic and Walnut Coffins constantly
on hand. Every requisite of the business
furnished. All calls day or night prompt
ly, answered. Hearse i o nished when
desired - ; mt-wly
Tlis ArKngton Hms,
T. ArALLEN, Prop'r. ;
H enderspn vi lie, : - N. C
- ALTITUDE, 2,252 FEET ABOVE THE 6EA. J
; J9-The Conveniences and Comforts usually
onnd at any Flrst-Class House.
apr23deod-2m.. . , . -. . .-. '.' ' .
To Let or
..' . , - i , , ' 1 1 1 f m
ONVERY EASY TERMS,
HOUSES AIJD LOTS
: . IN THIS CITY, f ' '
; IOlIBI.EIA Y fc SCOTT.
mcliliMsttos s w.. . : i - ' ! : - v
i . of tlie Bin Kidge, -
LOCATED AT HICKORY, CATAWBA
.. :. County, n?c. :'; . v-'
This Institution, conducted by the 8trterg of onr
Lady of Mercy, is situated in the healthy and
icturesqne lowu oi rticttory, to u, . j...
noar tha DitiinL It is A CftthOllC institution.
yet members ol every flcnomination at received.
ana tne js-'atesi rawmu w m uuuo,
Hickory. C: : ' : ; '. s ; - : .
or t)anieuwrs'WPy. JMwwr nuinnui
jnoti 4-s mo
JVnd There to Remain!
r With the cheapest an J most elegant as
ioVtrrtent of Goods ever brought to Ashe
ville., ..It ia . a well establisherl fact that
r rw H I T L O Ok v
is and has, been the attraction of. Ashe
ville.' . .,u . -:.; .-, ' : :
I : claim to carry- the most complete as
sortment !of my class of goods in Ashe--ville,
and to convince you of this fact, an
assurance of this fact will be effected by
calling at my Store and examining the
beautiful display "of goods, that can be
seen. - - ' ,
Just received a new line of these, beau
tiful Lawns, at 5 cti. per yard. .
A, beautiful assortment ,6f Ginghajns in
Plaids and Stripes. ' -
'- A fresK supply of Embroideriesj ranging
in price from 5 cts. to fi&w per yard.
Laces in Oriental, Clung, Torchon, Af
ghan, Spanish, Point de Alicon, Russian
and others, that wi'l have to he seen to be
:, In Dress Eabrics, I, show some grand
styles, and ask an inspection of this Stock
before purchaslng elsewhere. -
, Millinery Department.
Just received iriy second supply of new
shapes, and can say with confidence thaf
I can please the most fastidious in taste.
It would require the entire space of the
Citizen to enumerate each article sepa
rately, but ail I ask is, a call and I feel con
fident that you will be suited,
c, 9EN.TS' 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 and EARL & WIL
In " conseauence of the death of Mr. S,
; Whklock; who was my Manager, the bus
4- inofo 1
' II. WHITLOCK,
Under Eagle Hotel, Main St.
CORNER "PATTOH AVENDI-AND MAIN ST
, 'jj . " ; OPPOSITE COCRT SqUARE,"
' .--. . -A,a.S t-.
"!.,.f-v:v'.' : ::'-'
IS COMPLETE m EVERT RESPECT,
AKD IS PREPARED TO DO ALL
A T THE LOWEST flQ USES, IN THE SHORT
EST POSSIBLE TIME AND IN THEBESI
We Will Not Be Underworked
j)o yptg WANT
J i ENVELOPES, NOTE- '
' ' HEADS, PAMPHLET
. PRINTING, TAGS, .
- 7 LAND DEEDS, ' ; "
t Mortgage. Deeds,, . '
' . v SH ERIFFSf DEEDS, -CIVIL
' WARRANTS, '
J USTICES', JUDGMENTS, 1
CHATTEL MORTGAGES. &c.
AND OBTAIN SAM-
PLES AND PRICES BEFOREK
GIVING YOlTRt3RDERS-; .
1 -4 grt' j'eysi-i-
OF ALL KINDS. '
U : Proprietors.
Still to the
"Tt- - ' " '" .a"-;'.-?t-i.
SsTr,'- HMumm. ii in m mi"
"o B iliVi-
W V ;B . - W IL
Furniture, Doors, Sash and Blinds,
- PATTON AVENUE. ASHEVILLE, N. C.
CHAS. A. MOSELY, ) G
BMa JONES Salesmen-. -
LA3EtG-B LOTofBABY OARBIAGES.
EV E R y BODY!
The'public are now cordially invited to call and examine my stock of
FUMIl.f i BE,. ETC .
I have been somewhat delayed in getting ready for business, but now
have a good and substantial stock
"I intend to sell poods cheap and for cash in hand? tiLf Btock con
sists of ' ' 1 : . '
Bedsteads, all qualities; Bureaus, Washstands, Tables, Chfirs, Mattresec,
V. Springs, Wardrobes,, Desk3, Towel Racks, Parlor Suits,
a , . ; - . Carpets, Window Shades and Oil Cloths.
I will also have in a short time a nice line of
W AL L P APE R,
Hoping you will callxind examine my stock bqfpre.bu.ving..;.. . j...
' - :- -' '. ' l am respectfully," . ' - ' . ! " ? ;w
. mhl8-swiw McMIIILiL;
Kit : : 'WoMmw--:oMmm
G. OEEft and SOUS C0MPA1TTS
SPECIAL COMPOUND FOR TOBACCO,
Baltimore, Md-,: by 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"
.. . -.. . '' '.i .
is just the food required " for growing GOOD, FINE, and . FANCY
BRIGHT YELLOW TOBACCO. We claim that our - ,
"Special Compound for Tobacca'
is-especially-adapted to the production "of a Tobacco of Xdtirge' Size,
Smooth JLcaf, Fine Texture, antl Bright JLemon Color
and, further, that Tobacco grown by it Retains Color after Cur
ing; Unusually well, Superior, not onlj in the production oi
Tobacco of Setter Size Leaf, Smoother Texture an! Srishter Color.
but that it can be applied to land Much Easier, ;T7it2i LCS3 Excease,
and -with more uniformity; thereby insuring a much more uniform crop,
which Greatly Lessens the ; Cost and Latex in cutting and housing
a crop of Tobacco. ' , : v
., .v,. - .. . . - .. . ... : ;.;-
M. G:Obe;4 Son. Co., BaUlmore,-Md.: - . . Oxw.d, NcJ Wrj lSSft.
Gents. I have been using Ober'g Special Compound for Toiler for quite a number ot year, and
find it one of tUa best ferUaaeni ever used. I cheerftilly re common It to thone mrntinr rood
fertilizer tor tobacco. ' . . Kespectftilly, . . - .rjJELDll0 KKOTT.
-' Tai.lt.TIo-N. n. Iinmi i in
O. OberBon8Co.,BaUimoie,Md.t '
. I have used Ober 8 Special Componnd for twelve
: - ; ..' , .. ... ......
Messrs. 6. Ober & Sons Co , Baltimore, Hd. :
Gent 1 have been using your Special Compound
forme. I consider it one of the best fertilisers that
. . , , - -; - , ; R.T. 8MITH. ;
1 1-Send for circular! A fullsupply of LAND PLASTER also al
ways on band. v ' .
iro 'uonos Jo plan aqi uo Saiutoo lint un iunoi
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3 ears, and prefer it to any other fertllifer. '
ours truly, ... . . .W. H. TUOMPSOK.
Bull. K. C Juiiura 14 ia
fur Tobacco for several years, and it does well '
ia made. Yours, Ao
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J. D. ROBERTSON
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SfCCKSSOR TO SteEFNER & RoBltRTBON.J
gJeweby, Watches; Clocks,
Diamonds, Eye-GJass, Spec
tacles, Plated Ware, Solid.
Oliver Ware,- :
ALLf" KINDS REPAIRING DONE. EXAMINE
5 MY GOODS AND PRICES. ,
ONE POOR SOUTH VANGILDER & DROWN,
; . . ASIIEVILLE, N. C. . . '. .
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