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, Qrene ,KiK-Hantlew. Xo. 5. A. J. Blair, Eminent
inmtni,er; Jordan Stone, Secretary. Meets first
"cuucwiay ni;rht to each month.
Ahtciae. atajtter, H. A. if. A. H. Baird
ty-V-t 1'ricst; H. A. Oudger, Secretary. Meets
i no conil Wednesday niixht In each month, anl
mtt'U every Fridav uiuht ior Instruction.
. ll?rv,i t:I, No. 118. j. A. .v.
1. A. Porter, Worshipful Master; Ram'l H. ltecd,
-loiTetary. Meet the lirst Friday night In each
mouth. -. . '
Swamianoa Lulge, K. oj II., Ne. 616. J, C.
Brown, Dictator; Jordan Stone, Secretary.
Meets the first mid third Monday nights in each
. ....... m'. WM'.(.l, . - ... I , .... J . ... - .
pinsky. Regent: Jordan Stone, Secretary. Meets
iu mo nan oi me Knignts ot uonor on tne second
and fourth Won. lav nisrhts in each month.
AxheuiUe Iivision Ho. 15 & of TV A Cummings
Worthy Patriarch ; W T Robertson, Recording
serine. weets in tne bailor tne knights ot Honor,
every mesaay uigm.
Tne Woman's Mixsionarg Society of the M. E.
Church, South, meet In the church class-room on
t he First Friday of every month at 4 o'clock P. M.
Aoneviue Literary .society j. u. Cameron, rrest
dent: T. A. Jon.s. Secretary: Locke CraiB. Treas
urer. Meets every Friday evcuing at rooms of
AsheviUe library. ; - .'. . --. .
ASIIKVII.F, C'JICRCls. DIRECTOR V.
MeOtodisl Episcopal Church Church St.
Her. W. W. Biya Morning services 11 a. m.
evening erviees 3 p. m. prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening 8 p. m.; Sabbath school 5
ft. in. " . '.."- -' ' - ' -
.'-. Presbyterian cimrch-Church St. -...
' Re. J. P. Gammon Services 11 a. m;; 8 p,
m.; prayer meeting half-paat 5 p.' ra. Wednes-
aay; baDDaut scnoomaii-paai a. m.
Services at present held in rooms of T. M. C,
A., Fatton Aventrc. .-":"" , ; . ' -
; Episcopal Chnrch, Triniiy-corner Church and
Bev. Jarvia Buxton Services 11" a. in.; 5 p,
m. : Sabbath Bcbo?, 9 a. m. ;
Baptitf :, Mmv-vr Woodfin and Spruce.
in.: prayer meeuujr o p. rv i.nursuiy , oau-
bath scnooi y a. m. .. -
' Soman Catholic Church. C
. : Eev. Mr. - BIcQinity Services first Sunday
in each month at 11 a. m. ,
It. E. Church--corner Patlon Avenue and
.. ,. Bailey St.
(SO pastor at present in charge). ;
, 'A. IT. E. C nirch ZUm College St.
RevMlr. Sherman--Service 11 a. m.; 3 p.
ni., and half .past 7 p- m.; Sabbath school 9
- , v Baptist. . . . .
' Bev. Mr. Rutaloy Services 11 a. m.; 3 p. m.,
and half-past 7 p. m.'; Sabbath school 3 a. m.
Bev. Mr. Berry Service? 11 a. m.: Sabbath
school 3 p.m. . - .
Servioes hold in Court House on Sunday 11
a. m., half-past 7 p. m by BevsMr. Metts, of
A. M. E. Chorch. : ' ; Z . X N
HERE AND THERI?.
At Lewiston, Idalio a bushel of
whfi.it is the nricc of a dozen of
. . 4
eggs....;-.. v - ,. .
Snrririer county. TeniW reports
thatiriore tliah half the wheat in it
will be plowed uj). :'
Thp. President will move to thie
cnldiers' homo next' month and
spend some time there . .
We have the same old story from
Illinois: ADnarentlrno nearer the
election of a senator than two months
ago. r- 'z'-'J::';.
O'Doriovan-Rossa has grown timid
since tne woman snot u. iue
backbone of an assassin is easily
splintered. , ; A
T'nttn rnieincr nnt" hftino- ofita-
yv.bwu - " O C I
ble in some parts of South Carolina,
the planters are turning tneir atten
tion to the culture of tobacco.
The Tennessee penitentiary shops
now turn out about 16,000 to 17,000
wagone, light and heavy, vcry
vear. and sell them to the Southern
people, and these are not a sixth of
the total supply. . . .
Rats have a great aversion : to the
odor of the chloride of lime, and,
when mixed with "water and poured
into the holes through which the
rats pass, they usually vacate their
nauuts. luia. iiuaiuiu ia uanmcoo,
does not kill the rats, but drives
them away sometimes. A .
A solution of oxalic acid has been
used for removing ink stains from
cotton, linen on the fingers, but it is
nttnnAnr -mTitl-i i li o A niioppr nf ini iirin or
textiles and the skin. A much safer
and better treatment of ink and rust
stains consists in the application of
two parts of powdered cream ot tar
tar and one jjart of finely powdered
oxalic acid. - Shake up the ingredi
ents well together and .apply the
powder with a dry. rag to the dam
pened 6kin When, the spot has
disappeared the part should be very J
well washed. v
- The hotels at Jacksonville are
still doing a - splendid business.
They say it is 50 per cent, better
than at this season last "year." and: it
is extremely doubtful when any of
them will be closed. ; r - -
During the months 'of "January,
February; and . March the Jackson
ville Transfer Company handled
over- 20,000 trunks; Pretty good
showincr for the - com pan v's. first
season's business". . -
- "Governor PerfT7tf rFloridtr an
nounces that the scrip of the State
is at par,-and she is prepared to pay
all her debts,' dollar for dollar."
Good for Florida ! Georgia's bonds
ars j ust ; now being placed on the
market at a premium of more than
six per cent; other Southern States
show an equally gratifyiu condi
tion ot their bonded debt. To Vir
ginia and Tennessee is reserved the
humiliation i of repudiation, for
compulsory readjustment is nothing
else. Petersburg Index-Appeal. .
Jitst VVrtAT Wii Havb Wasted. '.
Dr. J.-D; Pope, Monticello, Arkansas
writes : I ordered $5.00 worth of "iron
Alum ltfasa"'irom you a short time since
tor trial, and promised if it came up to
my expectations, I would "order again
Boon. I now enclose you $10 for another
supply; so you can judge wtfether I am
pleased wiUi it r not f : ; r ; ".
It is indeed a mootBxceilent medicine;
and so far I aca particularly impressed
with its powers, and if ;you do not eell
cart loatls of it, it is because the medical
fraternity has not yet gotten into the
real merits of it, fo it js just the remerly
we have lonij wanted. ' ' - - . .
Marcli lltti.TSSj. " '
S. OHIO WII-SOX, Proprietok.
2cclh:u.led Trees, Yiues,
a ost of Rsii
il I :!. .
i-r n- vt t;;v:i
1. -t -a wriiiiaki oi
i liiut-bb ad-i il to
ar Duration ine. jj
is WL.fAr ti e inauuracturo of steel of the
Iir.'f,!-i5y; 5 Two c.ieaTs of lire bric:w o
u.i re Iiicd in a dome siiapei furnace
s-j tsat ;Le liauics from the hearth below
can " i) a ' cfeclualiv - arouud thera,"
layer of charci.a! or of soot is placed on
the bottom of each chest, and upon this
are laid the bars of wrought iron. These
are "generally about three inches broad
and three-quarters of an inch thick, and
shouiu .. uo or iron or tne oesi quality.
T4jey arc arranged resnilarly a little dis
tance "apart, and the interstices between
nre tilled utj with charcoal, with which
the bars tbemselyes are covered about an
inch. - -
. Similar layers of bars are laid on these.
each covered witil charcoal, until the
chests are filled. They are then covered
In to adopth of six Inches with a luting
f riamn clay or sand. " One of the bars is
li.owed to . broiect from the ehd" of the
cheat, which may by examination from
time .:to-tin Rive indications of the
Lrogress of the operation. The f arnaco
..eat around the chest js yjow raised to
i.WS F the point found ta be necessary
to effect the carburatioa and-i main
tained at this point for eiffht or ten days,
or even lonser, the period depending on
the thickness of tide iron rfndthe decree of
hardness desired in the steeL
At the end of the time the tire is irradu
ally put out, and the bars allowed to cool
by degrees, which takes some ten -days
more. Ibe iron is now transformed into
steelr but It is not of imlfof m texture. It
is made homogeneous by breaking it up
into small pieces, fusing it in a fire-clay
cruciu.e, and then casting it in molds.
This yields - the best and ' hardest - stee
known, but as it is very brittle when
brought to a red beat,' very great care is
needed in manutacturing it.
" An Indo-Chlnose Kailroad.
' Cliicago Ttibune.1
The English are contemplating still an
other railroad, but cot for the purpose of
war, use that projectea lrom buakim . to
Berber. The new road "is an Indo
Chinese highway, for purposes of com
merce. Mr.- iioit iiaiiett, who was sent
out by the chamber of commerce and by
the governments of llong Kong and
Singapore, - has just returned to England
and made his report "- Ho has ascertained
that it is perfectly practical to build a
railroad from Moulmein. a city in British
i.urraan, near the mouth ot the Irra
waddy through the Shan slates to Eiang
nseu omne ijimese rrontier.
; Meanwhile v;ie Siamese have agreed to
construct a lice from Bangkok, their
capital, to connect with, the former line.
if the government' of India will agree to
exier.a as lines to Ait uimein. This will
n-t only make a -practicable. trade route
i.c;ween-4ndia and htaa but it wul give
unglnd commercial control-of Siam and
those portions of Burinah EOt' under its
rule, and will thus head off .the French in
the;r dcs:jrns upon . ".this reeion. even
should they be suecessf uf in their designs
upon Tonquin. . ; The railroad is rapidly
growing to be the essential Condition to
national progress. . . y -t . : :
BoMen Lar aad Small. -.
' : " IITew Yofc SnnJ .
'' Chief Clerk (to head of the establish
aaent) - Good morning. Mrr Larrewcalth.
i'ead of the Establishment Good morn
ing, Air. Smith.
Second Chief Clerk (to chief clerk)
Good morning, Mr.-" Smith; pleasant
chief Clerk Mornih!, Brown. -, ' ;
Ordinary Clerk (to second chief clerk)
Good' morning, Mr. Brown, Glad to
sec you looking so well this morning. -
fcecoud v hief Clerk Ya'as. ; Hang up
uiv coat ..'ones. '.
Oirico1 Boy (to ordinary clerk)--Good
morninj. Mr. Jonea CaWl do any thing
for you this morning, sir?
Ordinary Clerk Hustle around lively
now and get things in shape. You ain t
worth the powder to blow you up. ;
e-iro i'orter (to oifice boy) -Good
mawu:n , James, now lsyo' health dis
rnawnin ? - - -
: otiice Boy Come, j oa black nigger,
get down stairs and sweep out the base
ment, or 1 11 report you. - '. ?
The negro porter then goes down and
abuses the cat. - ' -
" Spoilt g a Pray r Meeting.
" Ch isUaa I it-lUencer.J V.
It , takes but a little 'thing to spoil a
prayer meeting. iaa air, . through in
s.i i.c;cnt ventilation or no ventilation at
a 1; will do it r .Too high or too low tem
perature, which in the one case will make
the people swelter and in the other case
shiver, will do it One hundred persons
scattered all over " a room that will hold
400 or 500 will do it A late comer bang
hig the donr after him as he enters, shock
ing the ner es of the supersensitive, inter
rupting ; the ; attention, Concentration,
ti.ouht of ail -present'-wilt do iL In
these thoughtless" ways, by these temporal
means, and otiiers that might be ' men
tioned, prayer meetings are often spoiled
in their wholesome effect
- Telegraph Operators for Slaro.
, Chicaga Kerald.l , : . . s
" Several American te'esTaph operators
have recently been oilered good positions
to go to Siam to work on the new tele
graph lines of that country. ; The pay is
$150 a month with free outward trans
portation. The Siamese government,
after a careful study, decided to.adopt the
American telegraph alphabet and instru
ments , father than - the continental or
Europe an method and pattern. ' . '
- : Tree-Planting lu India.
( - ' IInter"Ocean.l , ' " '
. "A custom similar to that of : the Ameri
an Arbor day prevails in India, where it
is deemed au act of great religious merit
either to plant a tree or dig a welt In fact
many rich 'Hindoos have, in the expecta
tion of making a short cut to Paradise,
spent- larire sums of money in plan tine
"trees and making weLs to provide both re-
lrcshment and shade to weary travelers
and pilgrims. , . , ; r C
' v-i - "Curio Parlor.' -.' " 'i
" ' . c . ' Chicago Tribune. ' " ' "" '"'
'the new term for dime museum is
"curio parlor. " When the dime museum
i.nau takes his pen in hand and,; sits down
to improve the language he is just as res
olute about it as Richard Grant White.
Hie Grander in India.
In India it is a standing joke, in con
nectiou with agricultural experiments,
that a native wili not use an English plow
because lie cannot reach the bullock's tail
to twist it, which ia his only method of
urging his beast to further exertion.
" , . - ' .- i.'i;.
." ."-. Velocity. ' ",-';' " ,.v ":" ;
.:: ; ' Fiel K'enWatt.! - , . i :
A lesson in physics. Teacher What is
velocity! Pupil Velocity is what a man
puts a hot plate lowtt with. -. t -
r- - ; UNE T1QHES3E. . . . : .
iZ.i-.n If-. ;t 1 the I'V
a t-ast r f.i i.:f,
. It., f:'itru :
. i.ii i -'iit t: iiu, t-arbi
il. '. : t.f Svi'0::d. r -i
, ' B:.lu R. JDaue.
In tiio great foi-veut h?.rt of noon she liea, ,
Ha- iau juii l.uil.a tt i uppie, splyndid eata,
t i the wa;i i-ru .an 1 sudtJe memories
af ik i wiJa tje cr!-j!e of har amber eyes;
Oi'h.-.w shi iprung ani slaw, and empresa-
- . -Wise, . V - " .- -
Drauk i riht, -wd-t blicd, her Earce thirst
. -to appease, - . - : - -.
Aai gat lrom stifling jungle's fervencies ' '
The tawny gleiin and splendor of the dyes
I a her deep hair. -. Her curled red lips are
tvqt, ." ' .
And all herraat white body passing fair;
Tan thousand suns have risen and have set
Betwe?n the tigress and the -woman, yet -Doa'otlesj
my soul, thou shall cot 'scape her
- i;efc; -
Man's blood she drinks, t.uJ thee slio will
iliS Director- General of Health
of Spain has officially proclaimed
there is no cholera in that country.
England iand Persia have formed
an offensive and 'detensive alliance.
FINANCIAL AND COMMZRCIAL.
i'.ost Quotation uf tiio .Stwk, l'roluc
aud Cattle Market.
New Yobs, April 10. Money 3 pir anz. Ex
c't.n :o qu et and firm.". Goveiumeuij wti-onj;.
AJt. Terra Haate- Sj
Morris & KiM?x..
Misaouil p3.-i.1o !
N. Y,& Erie...;
f. Y. Central..
Kock Maud. ...
St. Paa! . .......
8.. P.& S. C .: .
. U J 4
: 84 4
Bur. & Qtiiucr.
Cauaaa faci.ie '
Canada Soutliern. .
Outral Pacific ....
Chicago. & A: ton. .
Del. Lack. W...
. -:9 i
. i r-i
llbnols Central. .
d j oreferre.1 . .
Texas & Paula ;
Jersey Centra! . . in . 85
Kausan & Texas.-.. . 1S-X
Xjtke ;ior ...:... 4 i West. Uoiou.. - 5S
Loufcffiille & NaA..- ei'Xasn. & Caatt 89
'.Cikciskati. Apri' IS. FLOUR
S.S5; fa nily, . a 4.3J. -.
WHEAT Ka. i re.U $1. 5 t.
CORN Jf . i mixil. 4 W
. BARLET-Siiriujr, i Wj fa'i
PUitK Family, 1 i,u il ' t.1)
-Faicy. jl.'i i
X ). Jl .00. -S
r i x ute,
13.a7 , . , ;.
BACOX Shoulder. 8 4 ".lis; sh v
.9 (r.Oks. Lard -Kjttia, WitK
CHEESE Priraj to v.Dict Oil k S i 6 i
York, ll:2c; Northwwjter.1, 4 JJc. -. ,
POULTKY Fair chicie.is, 2.J0 ; prime,
$3.0033.30; ducia, f2.50g;3.a0: giKua, t'iOOj
t.00 per do.; live .turkeys, U lie; di-(Mija, 13
18 v.c. ;
HAY TJ . 1 tinv:..Hr; iAllU! Sk i.
13.0u; iaixe.1. M Sliy) wtaeata-id ryj strx-r,
Jtt.00 ;.0.i: ouu srra-.v, $.".Ji').0J.' - - - -'
' Kbw:YoR, "-April 18. VHAT"S.;1' white,
nom nal: Ntx -2 reJ; .403jSf.t
CORX Mirod westjrn. i y5c: fut irju, SSi
56i'2c. Oats J&'e-itera, 4-t.gMe.
; Naw Orleans,: April W.-SUOAR--lieflnlng,
common, 4J i j,4 jc; laferlor. S lc; choi x white,
6c; ol wh-t.-; i'lJ'c; cho;e yeiJ..y,
6c. - : v. "
MOLAS3ES-O.Kfair,3illc; friuie, &i$3'-,
ehoiea, Uu: ci-utrtujal prime, 23 pUx fair, 23 j
25c. - -. t. -. - .- L .
Drraorr. Aj.'ril HS.--WnEAT-iNo 1 white, f 1.01
i.toi-r Xa. . red, 91c.
luiv Stock. ".
Cikcinsati, Apra IS CATTLE Good to choio
butchers, $4.50 3 V26: fair, $3.51 $ 1 si; common,
$2.&53.ii; Btoc'rt and feeders, $4 003.00;
yearlings and calves, f i.33 $3.75. -
HOQS Selected butchers, $.70 $4.93; fair te
good packing, 4.85 34.70; fair to good light, $4.8(
4. SO," common, JJ.TOJl.SS; cuUs, $t.t)0$iA-
8HEEP Comnio tn fair 3(ri ir-.-
Choice, $1.004.75. Spring lambs, 7Jo per lb.
vmuAou, dpni id iiuuis Fair to gooJ, $4 3
4.t0; mixed packing, $4 :.0:t4.-O; choit heavr.
$i.W34.70 . T , T
.CATTLE -Orinlh-, tsi p cl.'lnn-:,... uaim.
I'l 1 . w u.yAW,
com.uon to fair, H.iJ JtiA); Blockers and feeders,
fi.tV.at.'U. - t ;
THIIEE GREAT QFUnS
First Great Offer.
As we h are had thousands
SsetTLAX P1C, 53.5a
of requests asking upon
what terms the Waterburr
Watch could be obtained,
we will say, from and after
this date, for ft limited
tima OXUT. anw on who
sends as a new subscriber,
and $3x10, will reeerre the
watea Drenaia. ur
We will maka th AffVtr m
club raisers who bare seati
us a dub since Oct. 1, 1884,
to send thm the Watch on
receipt ol $3.70. ia P. O.
Order, or Postal Note. We
offer the celebrated Wat
erburr Watch. Awan-'a
Gsrdea Plow & Homo and Paurm one year
uivrtv. jjk pnee 01 ine watcn alone is i-t.ta.
Uardea Plow$47j, and Home and Farm 50 cents.
Second Great Offer, ;
' we offer AweryHl Gax-dea
PloTr, Weekly Conrier-
-, sToiurual (Hon. Henry Watter
son. editor),, and ..Htm amd
farm one year for f.15,
- - which is the price of the Garden
.riow aionev ni is tbt perlec
tion of labor-saving implements
in Torung plants in tne garden.
4-1 i w s LZcr7 p'
?- jt1 who has a nrdes
r. " v should own one.
r jr onr pousnea
I-? steel - blades go
i Price, t.T5.
J Third Great Offer. '
A t0, Sewlas; Ma- ' r 1 . , .
chine. w offer for $19 ; , j I T "-;'
club of ire subscribers at ,C
90 cents each. Wt wHl not
sell the Machine at $16
alone, bat will onjs; send it
to those who send as this
club; total $18.50. Freight
guaranteed not over $9 to
any railroad .depot in tha
Southern States. . , '. ,
Write for circular and testimonials.
Send your'order now at once to ' ' iv "; ; - ' - -
HOME ANT FAKBI, "
(Care B. F. Arery & Sons), , '
j ' - : IionisTille, K7.'
The abore adTcrtiseniont is to take -the- place Of ft
similar one mailed 70a a few days since. ' - "
EE AL ESTATE!
i:K y- : .OF " '. -:rV
1 vjoinino citizen office,
. Where all needed information ;'
MAY BE HAD RELATIVE TO
" .;'.v;. ;'y.-'0F . ' ''Xl :
every, cfiaracter, and kind
from an eighth of an acre in - v
AsheviUe to 150,000 acres
VX; y 'OF - 'y ': '
mountain'land in the surroundina
j . r 3 ; r " o n g a n d c 0.
AVE JUST OPKNEO IN APHEYILI.E, X. C.
the largest au;! best selected stock of
BOOKS AXD STATIONER T
and Nehool 8npilie west ol the Ridge.
Jr-v)ne price to au easuotiiyz
Our Steele ia new and wiil be sold at the lowest
juices possilile. Call and exumiue, or wriie. ior j
catalogue of books. - -
W. O. B. Morris Is our A smut at Knderwwvire. !
He will t'irritii anv fxK;lt otir ct.slt-gne Rt tne I
prices desig?:u'i. . . 1
H(Mk;if licrs sni'.l .-'iii'iou'-i.s,
, rAsheviiie, i. (;
1 a 1
' , t il 1 T. m
tiprl Sw-f.in. v ; '
THIS SPACE RESERVED
- y ...... .
' FOR ; -
J. J. DESMOND,
- SOUTH MAIN STREET, ,
MixrrACTURra of . . -
i Of Hvery Description,
And Dxaleb im "' - ?." .
C JfED GOODS, leM tlx'.
r r" -1 1"
Lok Lji (kU'wssis JuT
riSf "5 VAIXKY MUTUAL LIFK ASSOCIATION
X OF VUttilNlA
: Issues policies for from ! . : 7
AND T -r. t: -
combines the guarantee teattire ol
"OLD LINE " Companies at the
cost of ordinary, co-operative insur
: ance in Secret Orders.
Insurance against loss by Fire in
" City and County on all kinds of'
Property Real anil Person A
Short a -well : as long lerniii
Policies issued at fair rates
- in A. 1 Companies, :
Homo and Foreign.'
Office North Side Coiirt Square-;
. my 20-tf 4 :...,
Idwahid j; ASTOIl, ;-v
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE '
AshPviHe; Alorth Carolir '
TarxTUJS FOB SALE,
yoruig MABB MULES,
april 8 tmay 1st 1865
I have for sale a pair of
Appiy to -.
D. S. WATSON,
at Coal OOice:
" ESTABLISHED 1561. -
. FURSIAN & CO.
Wholesale ' CotnmiMtion Merchant,
PKALER8 IK DBIKD AND EVAPORATED
' Fruits, and Produce of All Kisds,'
. IN THEIR SEASON, I .
WOOL, BEESWAX akd FEATHERS,
, 19 Vesky Pikk & 50 & 52 Bsoad AvK.j ;
w. h. fxrjias.) W. Washincton Market. " -
j. L. fubman. - NEW YORK.
Referencks: Ijevl Apgar, Pres. North River
Bank. Col. R. C. Caiter. Denton. Md. 6. N. Wil
liams. -Canaiidalgua. N. Y. . Gordon St Dilworth.
675 Greenwich Street, N.Y. W. Thompson, Pres.
N. i. f. a. Co., o2 ouiuvan tst. . adwvoih
Pence or no Pence,
James P. Sawyer,
Has just' received"
FRESH KENTUCKY GRASS
Consisting of ,
Clover. - v : ' -"'
7 Timothy;-::": f "
Orchard Grass, "
, " , and Red Top.
JtllTJLIjrEIl IT Ji. T COSTl
Having determined to . quit the
Millinery business,' I am now offer-
ins mv entire stock at Cost.' ; Do
not .all come at once, as I am deter
mined to- sell these .goods it I
have to ' . ' ... - '. '.' ..
Give Thorn Away.
Just received, Bell's Coiled Spring
Full line of Ctfrpets,' Mattings and
Rugs now 'in stock
than ever beforer
Bleached Domestic, ; -
ets and Rugs, ,-;
Fine Shoes, ' Fv v . ' , f
- Underwear ' : :' -.- . "
- 'Salt and Bacon,
'- ' Cotton Cloth,
; Bunch Yarn,
'; ' -; ' f . Sugar afid Coffee.
These goods are
sold, and we assure
they can V ;
thofo. in want
sa.vji; money ;
by giving hirS a call. -He makes no
charge for showing good3,"and If his
prices are not as low -a the lowest,
he does not expect you to buy.' J Lt
Car JLoad of Kerosene and
: J White Oil Received
, this Week. '
tdeclG - '., -
kit. Mitchell Hotel
Black Mountain, H, C.
THIS KlEV AND COMMODIOUS HOTEIj,
1 situated on the western ortn Carolina Kail
road, three miles west of the Swannanoa tunnel,
and sixteen miles east of AsheviUe, and within
eight miles of the famous and historic Mount
Mitchell, the hiehest peak in the State, and
which has attracted so much attention, will be
open on June 1, 1885, for the. reception of guests
and visitors for the season,
it is tn niro of the manacerto furnish superior
accommodations at moderate rates, ann nis wen
known experience, togetner wun me iacunai
vr j m stptin is the sole owner of the property.
and has expended large sums of money, render
ing it one of the finest hotel structures In the
mountains of North Caulina, is sutticient fruar
ant.thiitin ri nan-ill be spared in all minor
details to promote the comfort of guests. The
location OI tniS notei is lar nuiicnur uruuy iu me
western part of the State, being at the foot of the
rmiuinvt Mitehell that over-looks lar In .Ihe
distance hundreds of miles, without an obstruc
tion; and from its elevated position makes it an
object of curiofitv. Families can be furnished
with suites of capacious and convenient rooms.
The table will be always supplied wuu .me
best the country afford", and the comfort cf the
Kets will be cansiRntly attended to by a corps
of thoroughly trained servants The undersigned
so lontr and favorably known as proprietor ot the
1'urcell House. WiimintjUm, X. C, and more
reentlvprnnnetorol'Xhe I .'avis Ilou.-e, eldon,
X c takes pleasure in .ving that he hi") token
f-lfarse as munn-j-tr of this hotel, v lvre he Wi.l
e. ii !
ased to Hli! many Ol-I irietuia ana ac-
iisaiiitauces, aofl the pu
J. M. Ptepp, Ownr.
tie jriiD'-ratl v.
ft. 1AV1S, MANAr.RR.
a I f-J
MAIN ST., 3rd DOOR ABOVE THE BANK. i: 1 ;
FRAN IC LIQUGHRASM i BRO
We make a Specialty of ' .'' r ; -. "- v. . : ',.
PURE LlOUHTAIfJ C0R, r :""v;:
Fin0!d Rye nd Bourbon Whiskies :
; : Wesellby the Pint; Quart or Gallon at wholesale prices,
find pack and ' ship goods to all points- " - '
:0up Old Corn"whiskt3y Can't Bo Beat
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: FOR THE SALE, LEASE, OE EXCHANGE OF FARMING, GRaZING "
AND TOBACCO LANDS, MINES, MILL PROPERTIES, TIMBER -LAND
IN ALL PARTS OF WESTERN NORTJI CAROLINA. ., :
'' ' Tlx followlxi.tr La av Hot' ot aioxxxat Fxopeiti.es ea. bamd '
H. 39; Copper and Xica Mine. One hundred acret In Swam County, on Cowee Creek. Oenoin
ot copper and mica. : Foar distinct veins mica In solid rock. One 14 feet wide; Samples at mj oiflce
Ho. 60. Fine farm In Cherokee County, consisting of 1,100 sores, 1,000 upland, 100 bottcm sil clear
ed.all but about 50 acres of the upland In original forest. Orchard oi 600 trees, frame house 4 rooms
tood outhonses Ac, churches and schools convenient, miles from where two railroads win meet
Valuable iron, marble, soapstoore and gold deposits, which wili be reserved or sold at option o!
purchaser, or sold separate from farm . . ..
Ma. 67. A mountain place In Haywood County, nearBpncombe line, arid 1 mile from Turntl depot
in W. N. C. R. It. SSI acres of which about 20 acres cleared and in cultivation, the rest well timbered
the soil is adapted, to cereals, tobacco, grass and fruit growing; A conveniently located and valuable
mountain place, 'offered low and on (rood terms. - .
K. 61. On MU1 River, in Henderson otmnty , 19 miles south of AshevlITe.' 108 acrs, of which !5 acres
Is bottom, nearly all cleared And in cultivation, about 10 acres upland cleared, the rest in forest.
Adapted to cereals, grass and tobacco. Old frame house with five rooms, some outhouses and a food
orchard. A nice little river farm, close to Atlantic and French Broad Valley It. B., under contract.
Convenient to schools, churches, mills, Ao. This place for sale cheap. .
Ko. 67. A little farm of 6 acres 1 miles from AsheviUe, on Haw Creek road, adapted to track
farming or summer residence The land is well fenced, well Improved, and in good condition. Mew
box frame house, 4 small rooms. : This place is adjacent to Ko. S3, and the two should ba bouicU'
together. Good one horse wagon arid haruessg, onU cooking stove thrown ior
So. 71. Twelve hundred and eighty acres of mountain land in Jackson County, on Rye' Voun tain, '-'
watered by two creeks, affording ample water powers All the land Is In. Iginal forest, oonslstiDg of .
chestnut, white oak, and several varieties of hard wood. Well adapted to the growth of cereals and
grasses, especially the latter. This tract Is in a few miles of turnpike road, store, Ac, but rather re
mote from railroad, and therefore for sale at a very low flgnre.
M. 78. A choice mountain, farm ot 100 acres In Madison county r a little over half oleare-t, in cul
tivation, pasture and hillside meadow, the balance well timbered. The land la rich and wu a,ianti,i
to grain and grass; the water is line, and the place
ai(wrowairuuire, anu uub jounir ore nam coming on. improvements consist oc double log
bouse, with porch full lemrth,' and a s'able- and other -sir all outbuildings. This place tem4 from
Railrocd, but on public highway. . . . - ..
Ho. 73. In Transylvania countv. on Boilaton Crek- alx mlla fmm RmvsrrT nn fh mstn ma A
Ashevlllc, afarm of S9 acres, nearly all In original forest of oak, pine, poplar, maple, brrca
hickory. Improvements consist of a small frame house and two log bouses, stable and crib Ac, also
it eash saw mill In -operation. The water power la very One, being ample for any ordinary factory
The land, when cleared produces grain and arasa well. Tine location for datrv farm. A little bot
tom land on the Creek, bat most of land rolling, and some raonntain. Good bunting- and ashing in
vicimtv. - . .. , ,
No. 81. Flouring Mill, Tan Vard and store, with farm of 100. acrt 10 miles from AsheviUe at
Hominy Depot, on V. N. C. B. R. - ater power ample ; capacity of miU 150 bushels wheat aud
corn per day. -All necessary apparatus for manufacture of fine Hon r and meal. The location for
Tan Yard unsurpassed; large supply of bark; costs only 12.60 per cord. New brick store, best
country stand In the county, Good frame dwelling and out-bouses. Land good for farming-, over
half still in forest. The roperty is paying handsomely, and offers opportunity for first class iu
vestment. To be sold for division. , .. . --. .r .. ... .
Ko. Si. Fifty acres, seven and one-half miles
two and one-half miles Of HomlnV Station. ThisnlHca in snecifillT ndantnt tn tnhavn. whuliml -
clover. It IsaU up-la.-d. but not steep; aboat one-half ii 'riginal forest of oak, hickory and pine, the
Me, filnaHil anil in aIjI Knlrl A fnH l..k k..N.ii.. ui-m T i i . . . . . .'i .
for a school bouse, and never quite finished. Known as Candler Col'eire. VIH atatlon and Post.
office halt mile away. Churches, schools, Ac, convenient, and neighboihood good. Price $1,500. .....
Ko. 85. Two hundred and sixty acres at Black Monntain Station, over BOO acres original forest of
oak. pine, Ac, about 85 acres cleared. All but about 3 ar-res 13 no-land, bnt-lies well.- everv acre
capable of tillage. Tne soil is adapted to tobacco, wheat, corn, vegetables, grass and frult-gsowing.'i .
Orchard of about 85D apple and 50 peach trees, all select nursery fruit. Just beginning to bear, Keat.
fratne house of I rooms, S lire-places; large stable and barn, crib, smoke-house, tenant house, black
smith shop, and a store house 7x33, on main stage road, 15 yards of depot. Fine building lots and
small farms can be cut off at and near depot. This U good property and offered, for cash only, at i
a low figure. Mica mine recently discovered.
'NO. S3, miiaaison county, on spring creek,
cleared, of which- 60 bottom land, the rest upland; ubout 200 acif In cultivation, producing heaw
crops of grain, grass, tobacco, A-c. The lay of the 1 a very varit v , consisting of bottom land, hill-v
sides, coves, and steep mountain sides, a little of which is too steep lor cultivation, but finely adapt .
ed to grass. Improvements consist of a frame dwelling of 9 rooms, six log tenant houses, large lot .
barn and stables, cribs, wagon shed, smoke-house, spring-house, and a framed store-house 20x24, be- '
sides counting room; fine country trading post Apple orchard of 150 trees, 60 grown and 100 young
select varieties; also some pears and grapes.' The whole place is well watered and adapted to sub
division, xne son mostly black loom, nut some
Terms One-half cash, balance in 1. 2, 3 and 4 years,
Mo. 00.: One hundred acres in M Edison count v.
entoaks, chestnut, poplar, hlckotv, dogwood Ao acre cleared aud in cultivation, of which 8
acres in bottom, the rest upland, but not woih. Kealy til the woodland can be cultivated when-,
eleared.and is weil adapted to (train, gra3s and tobacco. Near to churches, schools store and poi-
oaice. : titnall young orchanl of line i'rujt. - Koiidins consist of it log house and some- out-houses
Twelve miles from llailroau and therefore offered low. and on easy term.
: No. 1. Farm ol 119 acrea,-in JSunconiUe county, six miles fit.-ra Ashcvllie, near French Utoai'
liver. Kcarl7 all upland, of which 10 cleared, and TO in forest ol ordinary oak and pine growth." Al.
the iand sesceptible oi cuitivatiou. A good lost house of 4 rooms ami some outbuildings. Some of the .
upland is worn; about 0 acres of cleared boieom, A good mill sitcon the place. Schools, churches
kenear. - -. - . . - . i .
ISO. 8. 'iwcary-nve saaresot stock ia me Keem'e
ing a most nourishing and safe cash and custom business. - This mull will Is operated and controll- -ed
by men whose names are a guarantee for the honest and cko VjI; management of the basinets.
The certiflcatea are in my pjd.'ef t-ioi, aud I am authorised to sell nuf or all cf thcni. at a bargain
a first class investment. - ' .'
No; frt. A very nice little 'cm or 50 Aona In 3
land, about 40 acres in caliivntion, well adHtiteil to r ain, hay, Ii uit and vegetables.- Fino orchard . of
two huudied thrifty learng fruit trees, of which law are apple trees, Fill and Winter fruit, aud SO
peach trees, of flue varieties. Frame house of several rooms, and a saw, prist, and flouring mill ol
which ii Interest belongs to this tract, and the other half for sale on reasonable terms. This Ii a very
choice UUle property. - . . - . --. -v - - c,. -. ' - . -
. Ifo. 95 Firry acres veiy close to Asbevlile, finely adapted to truck and dairy fanning. The lani '
all lies well for cultivation and comprises a nice little stretch of bottom -land. The upland is also
well adapted to tobacco, the gi-owlusr of strawberries and other small fruits, apple, peaches. Ac.
large yonng orchard coming ou. This place is destined to be very valuable In future.. Good fram
awemng aouse, 5U(fuijr outui repair. . ... - .
Ko. 96. Fine grist and flouring mill and waol carding machine near Pigeon River Station, In Hay
wood county: capacity 175 bushels of grain per day. The buildings and machinery are In rooa ord-r
and repair. The water power never failing and la far In excess of present needs,, and .much more ,
machinery might be added, gutricient land (live acres) for erection of tenement houses and other ..
development, will be sold wit 4 the mUL These mvlla have large custom and pay handsome Interest
on the price asked for the property. .- ... j , --.1
Ko, 9T. Three hundred acres on public road 8 miles from Wavnesville, In Haywood eounry About
40 acres-cleared, SO set in grass. The rest jf the land which la mostly rich mountain sides, 41 heavily
timbered with fine large hickory, ash, mountain birch, oak, some very large buckeye, also some ,
cherrv and walnut. This place is very finely adapted to grass and fruit growing, stock- raising and
dairying; a tract of rich land. - . , ..:. - - ' . - - "
No. H. Elegant brick house, new and in first class renalr. with 5 iores- of land, barthr mountain'
sides. Smiles from Aaheville Curt House, and one
roomy, and won ou.it. opening . or- a largo enclosure, with line views- oi vaiiey ana mountaina.
ery line mineral spring near, .ery suitable for a summer residence. . ; -
mo. w. one nur,irea acres miles irom coopers btation on western n. v. B, kdou so acres ,
bottom, the rett good up land lying well for cultivation, and nearly all In forest.' New frame house
unfinished, ' Orchard of 75 bearing apple trees. A nice house for a thrifty farmer with alUtleeapltal .
to complete the house and trim up the place. The upland said to be well adapted t tobacco; the
bottom land to genera farming and hay makin. - , : ""-A
No, 100 Oneof the very finest farms in Western Norttr Carolina, otf French Broad Klver, In go
neighborhood, six miles from town aud railroad, consistlnr of so acres. of which nearly two hundr -
acre a are bottom)land, all therest lies remaikabiy well ior cultivation about do acres in forest. In.-;
Erovements consists of a good fiamn bous? of 8 rooms, barn, stable, excellent corn crib and other M
oases. Also an overseer's house and tenant houses on place. Small but fine orchard of large bear .
Ing trees, and some excellent yonng trees. - The mountain views are very fine For grain, hay,
stock raising, tiuck farming and fruit growing, this farm can hardly be surpassed. The place cat,
be well stm-divided into two or mote good farms. - Stock, farming Implemeuts, and furniture wit 1
be sold with the property at a fair valuation. .Leas than half casti required, the balance on long im .
a six per cent, interest. ' -....'-..
ho. 101. A nice farm! 12 miles of Black Mountain U.K. Station, of t&1 acres of which about 80 not
torn land on North Fork Swannanoa River. Over
hickory and oaks land adapted to tobacco, grain, grass, and fruit growing. A One orchard In fun
bearing, and yonng Tees coming in. Improvements do not amount toverynfuca, but toe fencing "
a new and valuable. Price low aud terms reasonable. Part of the land is mountain sides, but non-
too rou.cn for cultivation. - . ,
No. 10. Fifty acres 9 miles South of AsheviUe, hear line of Spartanburg and AsheviUe Kali Koad -nearly
all upland cleared, but lies nearly flat. Excellent young orchard of about SuO trees. Fraui ,
house nearly new, not yet completed entirely. This place Is on public road, very convenient to 1
schools, churches, store, Ac, and offered very low
'" Ko. 103 One hundred and forty acres nine miles South of AsheviUe new line of Spartanburg aa
AsheviUe Rail Road, about 1-3 cleared, the rest In forest, nr vstly oak. Laud adapted to tobacco, grain,
and grass. Large fine orchard of asserd fruit, trees of al. ages, tha best orchard by far In the m-iin.
borhnod. Tali frame tnd log house, rather-old, but sound lnaide several out-lmildmss a good mill
site on the place. Convenient to schools, churches
nlace loins No. 109 and tha two can be bousht to great
Ko. 104. In Jackson county, Casher's Valley a
for cash. Nearly all oi tuts place is ooaom lano in original iorest or poplar, ohk hue nnu yeiiow
pinn. Aline water power for sawiug and otherwise mauufacturlsg this timber- , The laud Is auapted
to the cereals and Brasses. Gold nd mica deposits. Pojitoirlco on premises, store very clnk or
and churches very convenient. Improveioeulsconslst of old dwelling of six rooms, a teuaut house
orchard of 800 trees, and some 8 miles of rail fencing. Tha cleared Und produces well.
I have also gold, silver, copper, mica, iron, corunuum, o., mines ior Biiie.
Also a full line of properties vacant, and Improve J, in AsheviUe, the queen city of the mountain
and in neighborinf wns. Wr:te for lists ana prices. .
O-nceiP conrt nouso - i
'r"-2?or Czzh. cr on
Pend for Ilhu-uatel Cctalogue an.l Tiice I.i t, '
mrlt 1S-C m's 6 w
very suitable evsry way for small dairy farm
west of Aahevllln. on line of Wratorn N tl. TtaiTrnail
ten miles from Warm Spring! Station, a very fine'.
mulatto soil, vein of tine magnetic uonor.
at six per Cent
on Little cree!;: 76 acres in original fore-" cf differ -
C.eek wooie:i ill. is, latoiy incorporutca ana do
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m.Ie uf Clack Mountain Htatton. neany an bouera
mile from corporate limits. The house Is large. .
100 acres fine timber, poplar, wh ilo oak, che stnui ,
and stores, and iituatoa oaubuo road. This
advantage toe ether.
farm of 8.(6 acres that can bs Uohl very cheap
umiih ili.ji. k- w t
n sis stargVsatj m&m w-wt4
am mi-.m xa X f ay