ASHET1I.LE SOCIETIES. V .-
Cyrene Commandenj, No. 5. A; J. Blair, 15mlnenl
Oommandcr: Jordan Stona, Secretary. Meets first
Wednesday night In each month. . .
ADhwiUe Chanter. R. A. M. A. H. Boir
High friest: H. A. Gudger, Secretary. Meets
the second Wednesday night In each month, and
meets every Friday night tor instruction., .
Ml. Harmon Lotlqe, No. 118.' A. F. A A.M.
J.' A. Porter, Worshipful Master: Sam'l H. Reed,
Secretary. Meet the first Friday sight In each
Swannanoa Lodge, K. oj B., No. 646. J. C.
Brown, Dictator; Jordan Stone, Secretary.
Meets tho first and third Monday nights in each
French Broad Council, No. 70V It. ' Ll-
plnsky. Regent; Jordan Stone, Secretary. Mteti
- in tho hall of the Knfghts of Honor on the second
and fourth Monday nights in each month.
Asheville IHvition i'o. 15 & of TP A Cummings
Worthy Patriarch; W -T Robertson, Recording
Scribe. Meets in the hall of the Knights of Honor,
every Tuesday might. .
The Woman' i Missionary Society of the M. E.
Churca, South, meet in the church class-room on
the First Friday of every month at 4 o'clock P.M.
Aslieville Literary Society 3. D. Cameron, Presi
dent; T. A. Joius, Secretary; Locke Craig, Treas
urer. Meets every Friday eveuing at rooms of
Asheville Library. ' -
ASIIEVIE.1.K CHURCH BIRECTOBT.
Methodiat Episcopal Church Churcti St. 'V
.Rev. W.W. Bays Morning services 11 a. m. ;
evening t ervices 8 p. m. ; prayer meeting Wednesday-
evening 8 p. pL; , Sabbath school 9
ft. m. . " ; ' v. , ,
-Presbyterian Church Church 8L
Bev. J. P. Gammon Services 11 a. m.; 8 p.
m.; prayer meeting five p. m. Wednes
day; Sabbath school half -past 3 a. m.
Servioea at present held in rooms of T, H.C.
A'Patton Avenue. . ':, . ' ,
Episcopal Church, Trinity corner Church and
Bev. Jarvis Buxton Servicos 11 a. m.; 5 p.
m.; Sabbath school 9 a.m. -. 1 ,
$ Baptist Church corner Woodfin and Spruce
llerr.- CKrrrjll -Serviceg 11 a. m.; 8
m.; prayer meeting 8 p. m. Tnarsduy : Bai
Woman 'Catholic Church.
Bev. Mr. McGinity Services first Sunday
in each month at 11 ft. m. :. .
if. E. ChurcK '-corner- ration Avenue and
, JSailey St.
(No paBtor at present in charge),
r. M. C. A.
Prayer ' Meeting every day from 12 to 12.30
. o cloqk. All invited to attend.
Gospel Services every Sabbath afternoon, at
8. 80 o'clock. ong service commencing at o,
at rooms oi x. M. c. A.
Gospel Services at Prof. Venable's Academy
every sabbath aiternoon at o o cicck.
. Gospel Services at Smith's Bridge old De-
. ..... X TLT PnToi4a) Dfwa f R fVlrW1r.
Sabbath School at 4.
, All are invited to attend the above services.
k CONVERSATION WITH THE LATE
V GEN. ANSON STAGER. .
One of .the Original Morse Operator-
vuvoruur vorneii caison.
A man had a storv about a eila. which
1 it t la " a - -.
lie . delivered mmseii 01 udoq all oc
caslona. . - - '..'
At a; dinner, party the other, evening,
ne wnneu u jus cna r ior over an Hour
waiting for a chance to introduce hii
storv. but no opportunity presented itself.
r Inally lie sapped a com, into the hand of
a waiter andiwujaered;'. -. 1 1 , t -'"
When toti leave tho room a?ain slain
The waiter slammed-the door aa directed.
and the man sprang to his feet with the
exclamation .;-f,fJt2.'f ? " "
" What s that noise a gunt"
-xao. ao. resumecr nis aosl "it was
only-the door,." v.'v'.i ;
",Ah, I see. Well, speaking of runs re
minds me of a fitfe story, w etc.
, Tronlde Cana by. at Chair Tidy.
"HenryJ Henry J for mercy's sake what
are you doing r exclaimed; Mrs. ilcrae-
; olokep:chhjkches.; u
- A M. E. C:iurch2ionh-CoBegeSt.uZ
Ttv. Mr. Sherman Services 11 a. m.: 3 p
m., and half. past 7 p- m. Sabbath school 9
jJJiRev. Mr. Bnmley Services 11 a. m. ; 3 p. m.
and half-past 7 p.m.; Sabbath school 9 ft. m.
Bev. Mr. Berrv Services 11 a. m.; Sabbath
school Sd. m.
Services held in Court House on Sunday 11
a. m., half-past 7 p. m., by Bev. Mr. Metta, of
A. M. JU. Uhurcn.
Chattanoooa, May 21. Frank
White was stabbed, perhaps fatally,
here to-day by John Brownlee, a
deanerado.. . . .
The plan of shipping strawbeniei
bv freight irom nere nas oeen aoan
doned as too slow. Three carloads
were shipped to-night, although it
rained all day.
A war of passenger rates is threat
ened between the ii,ast lennessee,
Virginia & Georgia and the Western
& Atlantic railroads, growmg. out of
rivalry between .t hese two lines.
Lynchburg, Va., May 21. The
Dartv who prepared for burial the
body of Robert Williamson, who
wna fhrmo-ri r t.r Viavelteen killed bv
the fast mail on the Midland rail
road near Ward's Springs last Tues
day night, discovered a dagger hole
in his left breast, two cuts on his
arm. and other evidences of foul
play. Only six cents of $17, which
he had when he left his home,' were
found. It is thought he was killed
while in a disorderly house and
robbed of his money and placed on
the track. !.r ". 1 1.4.?
v Washington, May 21. Secretary
Manning 'to-day 1 appointed a com
mute oi department oureau omciais
to conduct the inventory ot proper
ty at the bureau of engraving and
printing. Assistant Treasurer Graves
was to-day relieved from the duties
of that office and will at once assume
charge of - the bureau of ; engraving
and printing. ?
Pensacola, Fla., May 21. Milton,
twenty miles east of i here, was? des
troyed by fire of incendiary origin
last uight: ' Several general stores a
drug store, . three saloons,' Jewelry
. story, telegraph office, barber shop,
' law office and one ' residence ' were
.destroyed. The loss is, about $50,-
, 000 ; insurance unknown., '
Hogebsvtlle, Tenn., May 21.
Eogersviile and the Presbyterian
, Church sustained quite a ? serious
loss last night. ; The parsonage w?s
entirely destroyed by fire. Key. G.
F. Robertson, with the aid of some
of the citizens saved air his books
'and-household furniture except two
shoes. Cause not known. JMo m
surance; - ' . '
";t Des IoiNEs; UQU&J 21. A very
peeuliar and extremely fatal disease
of short duration to the .patient is
" .prevailing ; iri ' .Wayne-' township,
Jones county, and mostly in Ons
low and Longwprthy. The disease
is at first noticeable in very; slight
sore throat. From there it goes to
the lungs, and finaly lodges in the
spine when death immediately en
sues. The disease is generaly ofa
bout two days', duration, and has so
. far baffled all "medical skilL ; .
New , Orleans,. May .?19. The
World's Expositioit 'will be closed
May 31st. Friends of ' the Exposi-
- tion have raised $85,000 by subscrip-
; tion, to meet the expense of carry
ing it over tmtilTnext November,
when it .will be re opened. ' Super
intendent Jeffery, of the" Illinois
CentraV , railroad, has " telegraphed
'that the'railroads and ' car ;C6mpa
nies reaching New Orleans will sub -
V scribe $100,000 towards the expense
of fe-opening the Exposition next
winter. The Citizens' Committee is
still receiving subscriptions, and the
Bum required will be made up. The
. Board of management has paid off
fifty pet cent; of, its indebtedness,
ana oelieves that the Exposition
can be re-opened next winter free of
In a conversation a few vears a?o den
Stager -said: ri was one of the original
diurse operators, r ormeriv. VOU mav re.
. . ... . -
memoer, we naa reels tera. and narrow
strips of paper like tapea wound around
them. As the weights pulled the tape
down past Ihe instrument, the kev-marka
of the Morse alphabet would be indented.
ana irom.tnese inacntations the operators
reaa me messasres on the tape.
" I was the first telesraoh operator at
Pittsburg. It was early in 1847; the wires spun la a stage whisper, as her lord and
there first stretched across the Allegha-1 master whipped the tidy off the chair be
nies.- Jjut we did a t do much- business in I fore sitttnir down. - "Don't vou know lvt-
.xnosc aays, (ir xact, nail me worit or theJ ter man tnatr".
pmj e wtis.snowing strangers how the in- Why, mother,' " remarked Mr, Homo
Struments worked. Thesr wpuld come in, spun, "you- wouldn't have 8 feller put his
Bryauu,.- express uieir wouuer.-, ana greasy oia aeaa. on mis ere , pocset fiand
ask the most singular ques tions. Many a kercher, would yer ? And jest as like as
time have I called, on Philadelphia to tell not the gal who it belongs'ter will be : in
now me weaiuer. was ior me lniorraatton tor it . any mmuta , l a. reel ' nice.
vi visitors, i uey wouia eo jnu raptures woman ui" , e
at hearing that tho thermometer i stood so "Henrv Homescun. vou're a fonlt
high or so low, orjt .was Wludy, rain,' or That was all that Mrs. EL said, but that
ripar . i i oao art m fiarr
T n 1 . 1. J . 1 .1 I .
. iCUiCUlUCr . tlLUJ. UUB UUV lUVtf-ULLlI' f ' , - "- ' ' 4 ' 1 1, - . :
otcce was filled with a bevy of tho women, iuronon opinion Con
led by Mrs. McKay, a beautiful woman,! ; . ICa'cbgo rerid.
wue or the leading ' bookseller of Pitts-1 In a communication .Ho the London
burs;- For their gratification I ; asked 1 Patholofricnl socLtv it la cLud Umt
PhnadelphFa theK'v.sual Questions. The looinion held bv doctnm and tKor
repiy came ncKing oacK. ana j. - wrote on wiia animals in captivity are Rpt to die of
mc uuugm ui mo iMyv- uvaiuo cwu juorae UDercuiar - consumption is erroneous,
character the common alphabetical ejuiva-1 From Dctober. issi -
lent in mat way, oi course, mey could the number of deaths in the Zoological
open uk ior iueinseive me message, ana gardens , . waa fa779. made up 7 of
jurjr wwo gicauv ueusuwu wun me per Daa mammals, 1,408 birds. and
lormance. Airs, mcnay toofc up the 88 reptiles, live only ' of the animals
tape. wS":u" iu uer . nanus, ana saia: cued oi pulmonary-tuberculosia There
Now, you couldn't send any wider oil WAH - hill nflOA - nf (MnAml tnViAM
heavier paper over the wires, could you?! I miosis.' : TTiere" were twelve deaths from
j.-ijr uuuy luugucu a una view oi iw one r ptumonarT consnrnDtioti. ' ' of whifh-tlT
had an idea the tape stretched over the
mountains from Philadelphia.
" I think that I was about the-, first to
read messages by sond. Certainly1 1 had
to read them before I knew of . any one
else doing it Prastua Brooks, just about
rnai nine, came 10 rutsnurg ana brought
out The Gazette- It was a responsible
occurred in monkers and the rest in rar-
nivora. - -.
PU Mall OaMttl ,
There is a sreat field for the t&ilosonnfo
epicure in the. United Stales. vKoston
oeans may be dismissed at once aa dn.
Auty to collect the telegraphic dispatches, luslons, but soft-shell crabs, terrapin, can
and the chief editor used to come himself vas-back ducks, blue-fish, and the nom.
lo my olEce for that purpose. The mar- Pan of New Orleans are all wonderful
sets were se it in cipner. One day my aeucacies, particularly wben one gets
register brbkoUdown while ' Brooks was them at Delmonico's. Indeedr the two
waitinsr'for-. the renort A stwimpr hurl most . remarkable bits of RCfnptr in tha
was imporiant. . JtJut the register was in "w osemue valley, and the former place
such a state that patching wouldn't do. 028 done more to promote a good feeline
jjuuuks was ui uea: a.r. xow. me nmcf uctwecu timauu uuu America man unv.
rau vi i iciegmuu Biuiiuu la vaaiiy learnea. I "V uaa ui ium uiuur.
iou nave -Le. ior instance, ror De i
troit. .r 'Bu f or ' Buffalo, and H f oi Tt,e "o'troyer of Pine Foasu.
Cleveland, the C s beiner taken nn some- lExchan ,
where eke : on the line. The constant According to the bulletin of the Society
reiteration of Do, or Eu, or whatever the of . Moscow the hitherto unaccountable
office call is makes it familiar and as easily I destruction of pine forests is caused bv
recognized as the sound of a man's name. I the ravages of a species of mushroom
or course In those days, just as now. our wnicn .takes growth on tho surface of the
orace cans were recogmzaoie yt me ear. wooa ana aiierwara penetrates ana de-
lt was with this iu iiilud that I said to siroys me tree. .Haps are given in which
Brooks: 'Wait a little and L will try the path of the destroying: funsrus is traced
anomer pian. i explained matters to tne mrougu me pme wooas or itussia.
operator ai me ouier ena,. asKea mm to
go siow. ana oetween my Knowiease oi ttc. r tv r :4.
rt, ,i ... i I "l wuiuwra judu ic
lira UUUCl auu lull Ewa-UMUICH ICWHUUU nattr of KT.1KTnllnn0 - - toin
of each link of it hvmvdown CAat. friend 1 - - ,
l managed to get the whole oi the market
report it came slow,, but came in time.
isrooKs lext a delighted man. 1 make no
claims, but 1 11 tell you my own experi
ence, it wa3 always a question among us
whether Mr. Faroes or Governor Cornell
was the first to read and send by sound.
Some say it was Brown, some Cornell. "
l he former governor oi .New lorkl"
"The sawie Governor Cornell was an
old time telegraph operator. "
uid the new improvement taker
On the contrary, the officers fought
against it. ivery commercial message,
they said, must be read from the tapes.
They insisted that they wanted soinethiue
for a record .We used to bundle up the Of every Grade and Price, from the
tapes ana kccd mem ior reierence. to .iiAef. . mviw.t. . v i:v.
Inm nti to fnr tirmra onn finrl nt whothAi I
th TAAlvflr nr 1hn cpnHpr vol tn hlomn I ShaftOCI.
It was a long time before the officers dis
covered that such errors would be de
tected just as well from taking a letter:
res3 copy of the message, r But reading
y sound is not the only thing. " It has
immensely increased the eciency and
-x our long connection witb me tale-1 "
graph must have enlarged your acquaint- i'T ! ?i V mmm '
ance wim wtz country
Yes. I think I know it Well and many
of the men in it Petween mv army ex-
erience and my civil experience there is
ardly a town that has a telegraph office
in it in which 1 can t end an old friend.
There is George .W. Patch. of Detroit I
one of the old boya -
"I suppose Edison served under you.
too?" . ; ; ;
Yes, he did; but Edison was an erratic
fellow, and I knew but little of him as an
(KOBTH 8IB COUKT KTJA, 9 DOOM TSOV UJkJX
Our Stock is complete, made by ua of
the Best Materials and Hand Made.
Horse Collar of every Grade
Sire ana Price. '
Our stock f Whipfli Saddle Blankets
THIS SPACE RESERVED
J. J. DESMOND.
" SOUTH MAIN STREET: x " .
. .. .. M LyeTJescrintlosf,""; " -
AMD DZALZB rjf '. ; j-'.r: '' A-.-v
;wei cods "e..C
Better Consult, Mother.
T'i l ode phia Methodist
Will dispose' f trunks at cost to make
room for other goods, . . t ;
Remember We -have ; na. machinery,
ell work doue by hjid and. guaranteed
Call on -";:' ; .-..' . j ,- , :
fit TW ; 3TTriKT' jt rn
An interesting-looking couple called . at ' " . ' .'J "': i
the parsonage and I was requested' to n. etreet, opposite pld.Ontral
celebrate the rite of matrimony, and be- "otei, Aanevuie, . c - " v
ing assured that they were of proper age,
and finding no impediment in - the way,
me ceremony wa commencea. . -r
l lie aueition. " vv ut mou - nave - this
woman to be thy wedded wife?" eta, was
answered promptly and, distinctly by ; the
young man, i. will. " . . r
l addressed tue young lady: " W lit thO'4
have this man to be tby wodded hus
band?" but there was no resoonv. Acain
I asked, but still no an.swer. and (he sus
pense began to be painful. . t. , ri
l taid that l could not proceed further
witnout an - answer . in the aoirmalive,
whereupon she said: '. ; ' i i.
"1 tnlnk 1 bad belter consult -nttther:
she knows we have been keeoia com
pany, but she doesn't know we are to be
married to night "
They soon leit thoughtful and sad.
Some f ounreeks later they called again.
looking bright and cheerful - Mother was
willing and the ceremony was performed.
. ' I i i -
One ot t" e Tm ios. ibllitle). -"-,
A recognizable : photograph" of the en-
gmeer ana c reman on a railway train
running - forty ; miles an hour has fre
quently been made: but nailing the out
lines of a baby in a manner to suit the
mother and bring joy to the heart of the
daddy still remains one of the things that
can t dc aid. . r -
'r' "':':'Coo Powder.-'- '''f, . - j
; 'Chicago "Tim j' ,;
The cccoa powder, which is . almost
smokeless and which in" the recent ex
periments under the direction of the ad-;
miralty gave great satisfaction, has a pris
matic grain, each prism.,weigiiing bout
five ounces. . i
N ATT ATKINSON,
ADJOINING CITIZEN OFFICE,
Where all needed Information
. v ; " v- - -. V-.fi 5
MAY BE HAD RELATIVE TO
OF Z-Z I
every cJiaracter and kind
from an eighth of an acre in
Asheville to 150,000 acres
mountain land jn the surrounding
r ap is
Kj - v4 - (Established in 1855.)
Watches, . Clocks, Jewelery, Spectacles, d-4
Pattoh Avenue, Asheville, N. C.
Lerdy W. Fairchild's Gold Peri. Good
stock always on hand
' Opposite the College.: '
Housff plants, Yard plants and "cut
Flowers in great beauty and variety. Yard
and Lawn. Work done In latest styles by a skill
ed English Gardener. Beds of Coleua, Hello
trope, Altera an thera, Geraniums, Salvia, ic, at
unusually low prices. Special rates on '.arsre or
ders. Call And examine our Stock, and., leav
your orders early, -.i r . , , .?.. . -April
87th, 18-to. r6t
FINE JACJC j ; ; y r ,- i .. ;) 1
shaft fcave at my house during- the season &
S JUAN, to which I respect-
fine JACIC IX
iuiiv aali the ftUi'nlinn of the dii
$5.00. J. P. LE
J. P. LEDBETTER.
To (h Merchants and Retail Tobacco Dealers:
To close ont my Stock of Manufactured Tobac
co, I will reduce my prices on all grades twenty
per cent, for CASH. r. ,
Please send vour orders before my stock is too
much broken. i x . ss 8. B. .Vest.
iiay 1-bl w . , - Asheville, N. C.
1 ,i .
-'S3 - ;
mBK VALLEY MTJTtTAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
JL .. : OF VIRGINIA v r ;
Issues policies for from ;
$1,000 to 3,000,
' " ;' " ;:j AND ''"'v
combines the guarantee feature o
"OLD LINE M : Companies.; at the
cost of ordinary cooperative insur-
:- ance in Secret Orders. . ? .
Insurance against loss by Fire in
City and County on all kinds of
Properly, Real and Persona
... Short as well as long ierrrC -Policies
issued af fair rates
' in A. 1 Companies, ; '!
Home and Foreign.-
TIIOS. TV. ItKANCII, Agent,
Office North Side Court Square,
my 20-tf v. :
" EDWARD JASTOlS.
REAL ESTATE AND lSURANCE
Asheville orth 'Carolina.
""ULES FOR SALE. -
XvX - I have for sale pair of
jroiuig jiAHJSJttutauj. Appiy u
v. a. WAT8UW,
april 8-tmay 1st 18S5 -' : at Coal Office,
. K8TA.BLISHES 186t
O. FURMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Commission Bfercliants.
- BEALEBSrN DRIED AKD KVAPOBATID '
FEufre, and Peoduok of Axl Kinds,'
. i IN THKIK SEASON, . -
WOOL, BEESWAX and FEATHEKS,
19 Vkset Pibb & 50 & 52 Broad Av.
. h. fttrman. W. Washineton Market. .
J. L. ruBXAN. J NEW YORK,
"References : Levi Anear. Pres. North River
Bank. Col. R. C Carter, Denton, Md. O. N. Wil
liams. Canandaleua. K. Y. Gordon & Dil worth
575 Greenwich Street, N. Y. W. Thompson, Pres.
Sullivan St. . Ap3e-
N. Y. P. B. Ca. 82 Sullivan St.
Fence or no 'Fence.
James P. Siawyer,
; Has just received - '
FRESH KENTUCKY. - GRASS
;'' ' .' Consisting,; ot,C-'."
Clover,1 : ' Jz J VZ.
.'I lmotay, : i-.:.
: Orcliard Grass, ' ' -
.' ; and, Red 7 Top.
Haying ,: determinedr 'tfluitV tie
Millinery business, ! am how offer-
ing ray -entire fttoctra Costl'rDo
hoi all, fiprn.e; at; once, is, I am. dete-
ined toy sell r ,tbese goods l it '. I
have, to :: u. i-. r.': a-.n . ;:.f :
: JjsrkjiJH v ;.' .i ;a ,71. i bilt!Kitr ;
' ' Just received; Bell's Coiled Spring
', lFy& jiin? Carpets Mattings an,d
th an vebefcirej
:: sA kin ii.11 .
Carpets and Kugs,
f inebhoes,; ,-;.---t
, '.-Salt and Bacori:
.- Cotton Xlbthy . v..1
:.' ' -;Bunch Yarn,'- 5
, -1- ? r: Sugat- arid. Coffeel
, .- . :- . .-it ,l,:X
. : : . it.''- t..:t i ?j-"v tits x.itirtt'
eso( goodsaref bought , y$ be
sold, and we assure those .in want
they can . Ui -.-. '!-'; 4;- -t.--, z j. t
by: giving him a calU - He makes no
charge for ehowing goods, and, if his
priees are not as low as the lowest,
he does not expect you to buy. . 1
Car JLoad of Kerosene and
White Oil Received ; '
-ill lr ' '' J;ji;
v '-' . .?'fl,i
) ',-iil ff
MAIN ST., 3rd; DCOR ABOVE THE BANKi
PURE MOUNTAIN f COpfl, c ,
; "7Tfs sellly the Tint, Quart oral af o(fercM
an d pack and ship goods to all points 1 j Tt4i.
Our OId Corn Whisk
. .V:5T?.. :ll)
itttx 4 1
if. molt .Uii4
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i; ,tv: '.
' . i, '.a :tt
.1 'ji.i - M I -Ai i
!'' f- . '
EFarms, Wild Lands; Minerhl Laiul,'
Mica Mines nnd. City Property,
- 'i, t. i
Write for JCircular. ; V :
'ny 3:- f f
" -in:.". .
7) nw:Tv: 777?777?17rm9
SPECIAL .TOBACCO FERTILIZER!
1 v -:
: ; Asheville, Cr March 5th.;188ks
Messrs, Davfe & Whittle, Peter4burg,';Vju::;y '? ifn'1 ' '"X'Z'i
i Gentlemen It eives me treat nleasure a Ktate tliat the : "fl .UranJ'
Special Tobacco Fprtilizer gave .entire satisfaction to all parties to whom.
I sold it the past season. Vfhey .unhesitatingly pronounce it the best they
ever used. -, I also used it on nmown croo and the rfnltirwW'ftjl rtnti
could desire. Parties who used it haver' obtained the highest prices for
tueir wimwv yuai nave Deeii realized ine present seasonr 1 am out of the
eruuzer yjisinessjput.wiJA use ine uwl lirand on tixy icrOpu YKi ilXl il
iwrt XK 'i Jt .yusj
v:.i j Bt-.1-
Qentlemah-I ise( yOU'-pwl Briind" SpecaliTobaeoo Manure on my
own crop tne past seAson. 1$ ai, also used by my tenants. It. gave to
myseii a.no- vnant$ pexiegt ana jPftUre satislactionj and all parties Whom
I sold it? iiMany of our best tohaccd grotvqnj arp. so iicbea it
that they -will "use It exclusively tho.pomijnk Vfiisour Tbe Tobacco grew
wei, npeueq, tary ani pi a jnnQ,ci:ow, ana euice iLwas curea, snows to
be of fine texture and qudntjvij j . ,,
1 . :n Respecifuly, ! . " Ttiittse.
: It tV ..t,: j : sv
. f ..... ! t . . . - ; ft
" The ' following .rid'med' 'narties. - arid man v otlicrs. 'used it to whom we
refers Steve. Robert B;HensIdy, Samuel St:mtpn, 31, E., Robinson,
John BpU " ".-r U-J '. jlZ- i i U'lV. IT; .f
o J.' M. - Gudger iKdlsorr otintf i jN.'.-Nd 31. iS8i: writes': "I sld
several sacks of yoK'Onrl1 Brahd'' bbaccd'guano, 'rid1; an? 'Very much
pleased with the result-! have nsH an averace'oT six thousand, pounds
of different brands of cuano for the; last five .vearaand'jfeI saUsned that
your nrana is ioor-2U percent. tronger than any other-ferlflirer,podue-
msr ft -rich brahse ttiahnrrthat kfilla rftr"irVn 4'n VHp.itmf tSftr-MiTnlaor'rt
raised, withi this fertilizer'
tne veritx besLi' ' -.j ii f
JFor; Sale by t.
mg arich bj-ahge tobaccohat Bella readily lit a'ri average of $807 Tobacco
.ei(!L L?5i tLaiiani.i'. '1mi1
or PENLAND & SLUDER, 'LeTqester, C. -
a?-,v an anu see my -asent oeipre you XMiy any otner. ierutizer.
Fertilizer will be. delivered at all'depots between AshoyiHe"!fcnd War
fcjpnngs and at all ffoints orrtbW JLIUU Krtad. WV lir.V
men lz-3 mo3j .
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TO THE ; -TOBPCO1 'PRODUCERS
Sash. & Blind Factory
Has recently nnrchased a larsre amount of Oak.
Aah-ChestnaL Cherry and Walnut Lumber.- and
CAN FURNISH WORK
manufactured of thoroughly dried material: W
propo-w to furnish work at the lowest figures, and
equal to any Imported goods.
- THO. L. CLAYTON, Propr.
j . t'LAYTOS, liuslness Manger.
of all descriptions. r-
Done in the best and most permanent style
and at short notice. . - -' ; '
On hand ail varieties of horse shoeing stocc.
Shoeing Fast Horse A speciality.
Those wanting work done will do well to call
qak-kiy to anticipate overcrowding. My work is
la duind. ., Call on .
mch 2S-3inoss w J. II. WOODY, Willow St.
Western Worth- Carolina I , .u
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BUNCOMBE: i WAREHOUSE-
, , - ... ... Oppo&t Battery, gorier on J'atton .Irenw.-' : '
& For the best accommodations,; highest . prices jt and .the; h best Jiehted
Warehouse in the South. A bountiful supply of wateisand fuel bting
furnished, and ho out-door exposure to the farmer .pr.s stoclf.
S. .K.'ITEST' & CO.,;rrop., Asheville, N:'G -
feb 18-10 Vks
2 doprs west of Slagle's' Hotels
.firm .r . - .r(f-t
j?OT cnh or on Instalment:.
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Send for Illustrated Cetalogue and Price List. ' . fr'L
rk 13-6 w : ' . -! - , - - On oulte Fost Owkf.J
ap 16-w 1 mo
Pan Mush Tovynsft .