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' PHEI2IUII IIGT
Of Agricultural and Pomological
; Products for ; the W; i Ih C:
Fair, Commencing at Asheville
October aoth, 1885. ; v
Thie Premiums on ' Stock and other iex
hibits will be announced shortly. ' . .The
Premiums on all second and third classes
on this list will be paid in fine Silverware,
which will be announced before the Fair.
uesi onsnei vneai -wnuej,
$ 5 00
. 2 00
2d best bushel wheat " . .;.
Best bushel wheat (red), T . ;: .'. .
ad best bushel wheat (red) .' . '
Best bushel rye, I . . . .3
ad best bushel rye, ' . - .' . , ,
. 3 00
- 2. 00
nest Dusnei oais wnuej . . ...
" (blacks '.
. . . . 1 , . . -
. '3 00
7" 2 00
" t OO
." " "- " (rust-proof) .
." buckwheat, s
u v corn (in the ears),
sack flourrg6 lbs.) J . .". '
' buckwheat flour, 96)'. .
' corn meal. (06). t "'
' bushel Irish potatoes, .. V
2d" - " : " .''''" .".. .'
bus. Early Rose potatoes,
" y Dus- Peerless potatoes, '-.
" yi.bas. Nova Scota potatoes, :
U. bus. Dakota Red potatoes.
S 2 OO
" u U bus." Potatoes (given by
. , Powell & Snider) - . ' - .
Finest and greatest varieties of
, ' Potatoes, "not less than one .
' peck of each, - . .
Best bushel swet potatoes, - y .
Sd'S i A :;r"
" fk turnips,-).- . v . .
2d" u - t - . . '-.. . -.'
" bus. parsnips, . - .
-'. j2 bus. radishes, -. r- . '
" bus. carrots, . . .
u y bus. ruta bagas, . : ..
"dozen stock beets (red), 'V,.''
,. " " (yellow) . .
u .. (white), -.
. 2 OO
y dozen cabbage of any kind,
In m t at tt . 1 1 U
' s OO
2d" - . " ' . .
" i u cabbage given by Hiram .
Sibley & Co., Rochester,.
" A doz. marble-head mammoth
cabbage, . . . .' . . . ' .
" doz. late drumhead cabbage,
' doz. flat Dutch cabbage, ;
" and larcrest 'mammoth Chili
, 2 00
- 2 00
,squash,-v. .. .
2d" do ' : do -do ' do do
- f Potiron pumpkin, -- .
" Sweet cheese pumpkin, . . ;
" Tennessee sweet pumpkin, .
" Table squash dozen) .
and largest "watermelon, .
2d" and ; largest watermelons,
u. nausk melon, . .
2d", :',, ' . '
" Cantelopei . -. . '
Largest gourd, .. . .
Best yi dozen - cucumbers,. . . .
" 25 tomatoes, .
" 25 onions of any kind, .'" .'
12 " , mammoth Pompei, '
' . (from seed), .- .
" 12 -onions, silver ball, (from ,
44 bushel beans, . . . , .
bushel peas, (table) ,.
" bushel peas, (stock), ..
u 1 U
stalk pepper, (with pods), ; . ,
" y g1- sorghnm, (in glass jars)
2d" do do do do
250 lbs. hay, in bale or other
; wise,- . .
- " bundle wheat (beardless) 1 ft. ;
in diameter, . . '-a :.
2d" bundle wheat (beardless) 1 ft.
in aiamerer, ... .
" bundle wheat, (bearded) t. f t
2d" do " - do - do do :
" bundle rye, 1 foot in diameter,
2d" do -.do . do "do,
. bushel oats, (Clydesdale) do,
2d" do do -do do,
3d" do do . do . do
" bundle oats, (Welcome) , . do
ad" - do - - do . do .. do
' " bundle oats, (Austrain) ,e- do
2d" do do,- do . do -
" bundle of oats, (of any kind)
" bundle'' buckwheat, do do
2d" . ,do do : do
" bundle timothy, t do
2d" " . . ..". do'
" bundle orchard grass, .
rd" do do do .
1 1 . - J A
" Dunoie nearas or rca top,
2d" : do do do
" bundle clover,-
2d" - do -v do
ad" do .do . do'
" Johnston grass,
" Alfalfa, .. i
" Peavine hay,- T . -
U P.An o x m fKBfj.v rn mom.
moth corn, ....... .
- oozen ciriwuiic tuipiiKwiu, .
" dozen -ears Farmers Favorite,
" dozed ears Golden Beauty,
" dozen ears- Pride of Pararie, -"
dozen ears Laning, . .
" dozen ears Compton's Early,
" dozen ears Sugar corn, ' .
" dozen ears Dolph Gudgercorn
" dozen ears . " Miles corn,
peck of pop-corn, : ' -"
yi doz.-stalks of com with
, ears attached, .... ,
ad" yi doz. stalks- with greatest
number ears, . . . """ . ;
Finest and greatest display of the '
products of the soil by one
' . farmer of his own raising,
Finest lot lettuce, . . . . ., ., . ,
Finest and greatest variety apples
- not less than 25 varieties '
-. and 10 bushels, . Z :
Second finest dp - do do -Finest
and greatest variety pears,'
nJ loco A t( .
, null . iv man vvu v
each variety, . " . '
- Finest and greatest variety grapes,,. -e.
. .- , . peaches,
Finest bushel Buff apples, . .
" " ' Gloria Mundi apples
'" '. Hoover, , " . -
" - " Newtown or Albe
- marie Pippin, ; Z ; '. .
' " ;Fall Pippin, -.; .
" - ' uh Limbertwig, . ' ,-. "
" " Nickajack, or Stine, V
These premiums -are offered to the
raiser or from his own farm. .
. ' E. W. HERNDON, 1
4i-'iv. 5 a. Chairman Executive Com. ,
' Jo ft daw Stone, Sec'ry. ,
' Natt Atkinson,
- Supt Agricultural Department, s.
, THE . TENNESSEE ;
IjIVEBT, SALE AD FEED
- ; In Hear of the Post Office. ; .
ASHEVILLE, . . , "... N. Q
WITH NEW HORSES AND VEHICLES. SAFE
nd attentive drivers, I ask a share of pub
lic jmironage. ' ... .; ; . - . 1 : .,
-: Horses and Vehicles by the diiy or hour, at
A 'i also prepare to feed horses by the day,
wmk, or moiun. -1 ne oew attentiou gaaranteea.
Parties who desire to go on EXCURSIONS will
do well to give me a Call. -. '. ...
r - T XX. ST AXC1UL,
.r-Hll,t-Ptr ' '..-'; j- 5 Proprietor.
J JUXICIPAL TICKET. .. : ..:,.'
The following will bo voted for iu the city
ela tion on May tne m, 1883 1 -1
or Mayob -A. T. Rummey. ' ' - - -''; -
' I'ob Axdeemes i W. T. E7ynolc!s, 4 jears;
V. . Lu.-k, 4 years; J..JU, Jlnrray,. years; Xi.
F. t tc. h, 2yeryra; T. L VnGUJfr, 2 rears;
OK 1'. i.-ti, 2 vefirs.-' - WAiri Ornzaxa.
- Apr. 17-tf ; - ,
A Kft. "ty";? a 1 ait Great fiVioff.
.v.- O; eana lor. Ktw Yo;-k San.
'.n.ou i he saddest looking mea in
New Orieacs is ona who wears a blonde
beard and an ir of rebellious dejection as
he goes scooping wiili interminable rattle
ona roar over the track of his own' roller
coaster. The enterprise at this writing is
not a popular sutcsa. The track pur
sues its devious way 11 a circular series of
stilts set in a niariliy bit of ground near
one of the ou'rances to the exposition.
It is precisely similar to the coasters at
Coney Islancl, but it is regarded here by
visitors as something coarse, improper
and uninteresting. . ;
. Although- huge placards inform the
public that two rides t an te enjoyed for
the small sum of 5 cents, it would appear
that the solitary man with the blonde beard
is doomed to go tearing around on the
track with never a soul for company for
the rest of his stay. Katty visitors from
the north pass the familiar stmcture with
out a glance; loudly dressed men and
women from the upper inland cities look
at it uninterestodly. and southern observ
ers sea nothing in its din and nrroar to at
tract. V'-. -"'-''-"
At tworuinute iutervals during the day
the solemn man stepa upon the car and
pushes her olf. . He has traveled the route
so much that the stcej descents, and sud
den swerves have 410 effect, whatever on
hfs equilibrium, and he goes banging,
bouncing, a.id rattling along with un
ruXed mien." If he happens to be paring
his nr or realin a newspaper he goei
right on ' with the occupation while th
car is careening wi'dly about. He ; never
smiles, bat all day long through weather
that is d smai or damp, as the case may
be, he goes on his lonely way. ' , f ....-'
' . V '!- 1 leer Hil Wine. J. -
: i iNathma) Eeview.) " C'' ; C '1
Beer suits the sluggish laborer or Hit
energetic navvywhen his work is done,
and his system, like that of a . Scandina
vian V iking or Scythian warrior in his
hours of repose,' era via first exhi'aration
and then stupid, thoughtless contentment.
Wine suits 'ess active and more passion
ate races, to whom excitement is an un
mixed pleasure; brandy those who crave
for stronger excitement lo stimulate less
susceptible nerves. But physical stimu
lants of our fathers and grandfathers, .18
the moral excitements of remoter times,
ate far too violent for our generation.
Champagne has succeeded port and
sherry as. the favorite wine of those who
can afford it, being the lightest of all; and
time was, not so long, when medical men
were accused of recommending champagne
with somewhat careless facility to those
whose iierves,--worn out by unhealthy pur -suit
of pleasure, by unnatural hours and
unwholesome 1 ercitemeht, might have
been e :ectually though more gradually
restored by a change which to most of
tLeru at least was j ossible; by life in the
ountry rat'-er than iu .London, by the
fresh air of tho early morning instead of
that of midnigh t in over-heated gas-lighted
rooms and a poisoned atmosphere. -
Pattl and the Scotch Ballad.
; Chronicle ."Untlertones.,,l
Palti is not only a great artist She has
a wonderful head. She . possesses a rare
accomplishment f ha can talk. French,
English and Italian like a native. That
is not what I allude to. She can speak
Scotch. Perhaps you don't see the ad
vantage of being able to sing a Scotch
ba'lad and Patti can sing one better than
anybody I ever heard. There is a-simply
enormou? advantage. , She might find
herself anywhere in the world in Thibet;
or Tartary, or India, or the Cannibal
islands. 'Ihereis a fair chance that she
might not find "11 Parbiere" or "Semira
mide", intelligible in these lands. She
might not appeal to the audience with so
much effect. But if she sings a Scotch
ballad, it is betting five to one that in
Mongolia, or Tahiti, or anywhere else, a
man will jump out of the orchestra seats
and dance a Highland t ing in the center
aisle and raise the - rafters with applause.
He'll be a Scotchman. You can't go any
where where you won't find one.
; Karajo Naturalists. 1 '
' . IKew Criejm Tim j-Dmocrat. 1 ' ."
Dr. Washington Matthews has been
shown that the American Indians, and es
pecially the Savajos. are in many respects
superior ' in their knowledge of natural
historv to the white men who have not
made the subject a special study.' - They
are keen observers not only of the ani
maU and plants which contribute to their
sustenance and other needs, but also of
those which are. unused, rare and .incon
spicuous. The Kava.os have a name for
every mammal, bird and reptile in their
country, and for nearly every plant, and
all the larger insects; and their knowledge
of the several species is usually minute.
They have made many divisions into
groups which are identical with those re
cognized by the Caucasian naturalist; and
this sometimes occurs when- it seems in
credible that the Indians could have dis
covered the characters on which the white
naturalist bases his classification.
"- Chemistry of Tea Making. -
" : - - LNew Yori Tianes.1 ; . ' , ;
After tea- has been sieeped in boiling
water for three minutes over five-sixths of
the valuable constituents are extracted.
At the end of ' ten minutes the leaves are
almost entirely exhausted. .Prolonged in
fusion gives no additional strength to the
liquid, but it does cau e the loss, by vola
tilization, of the - favoring . principles.
Hard waters 'are to be preferred to soft
waters in the teapot as the hard waters
dissolve less - of ihe iannln out of the
leaves. The bearing of -these laboratory
results on the art of making a good cup
of tea is obvioKs; . : . ' .
, ... . Jun:K!t'ttt ChUd-ood. -'y
-J ; "- ir'tv." Vort: TitiKs.t -.
Fond mother -Whal a dear, sweet little
fellow Eobbv is' l'.e asked me last night
if he were " to die and eo to Heaven if I
thought that C'od wcuiJ let him play
with the siarsi'
Father Hir ing his boots upside down
and shaking it vioeutlj', Now, who put
that toothbrush awi powder in there?
- Fond mother fegnedly)-)b, I sc
ose it was ! obby. .
Aa K'ectrluat Tarcet
..'An eleetrical target, on which a hand
.ndicates the exact point where the bullet
trikes it, is one of the latest inventions.
If you want a good 5 cent Cigar go to
Lyons' and get a "White Rose.'
JKSberiffSjconstables and other ofli
cere will remember that" we Keep Ap;
iraiser'8 blanks on hand and for sale.
of all descriptions.
. Done in ihe best sad most permanent style
and at short notice.
On hand all varieties of horse shoeing stock.
Sboeinir Faat Ilorses A Speciality.
. Those wanting work done will do well to call
qcickly to anticipate overcrowding. My work is
ia demami. Coll on .
mch 28-3mo8s w . . II. WOODY. Willow st.
All persons havlnar claims trraiust the late Dr.
J. O. Hardy will present the same to the under
signed on or before the 10th of April, 18b6, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar thereof.
' P. 8. TENXENT,
aprilS-C ft -?.s. Administrator.
jpO OiXTEACTOP.3. ... ' V
Bids will be received bv th ; n:iorsigned for
the erection of the brick store building In the
town of Waynesviile. Plans and Rpecifieations
will be sont'on application to
- WcINTOSH & SPR AGl'E,
r - Waynesville, X. C, "
April lCth,lS8.r. d.tw-lw '
Slerenry nd Iotati Ymiquihed.
Mr". Wiley F. Hood, known to almost every
man, woman and child in Athens, bears the
following testimony an to the virtues of Swift's
Specific (S. S.8.) . -, r, . , " ,
. For twelve years I Buffered from mercurial
poison, with all of its torturing pains. I- was
treated by several physicians, and was dosed
on iodide of potasainm - abundantly. This
treatment increased my trouble. My blood
was thoroughly infected; my skin was thick
and yellow; my stomach was weak so that I
could not retain my food; my person was
broken out with sores which became offensive
ulcers, and my strength was gone. Mercury
brought on rheumatism, and potash had ruined
my stomach, and I thought there was nothing
left for me to do but to cue bo thought many
Of my friends as I went hobbling along the
street, t I tried all the remedies within reach,
bnt to no avail. - At last a friend suggested the
use of Swift's Specific. Like many other
drowning men, I was ready to catch at any
straw that came in sight. I procured six bot
tles from Dr. Long. - The first bottle gave me
hope. The nausea of the stomach disappeared,
and by the time I had taken the third the hard
lumps on my seek went away; the ulcers were
healed; my complexion cleared up, niy akin
smoothed off, and my strength began to return.
I have taken in all about thirty bottles. It has
made a new man of me. : I am a man of 63
years,, bnt am strong and vigorous, eat any
thing and do any kind of work. I am sound
and well. It is my honest opinion that Swift's
Specific has taken me from the grave's mouth
and added many years to my Ef e. I would
recommend it to suffering humanity every
where, not as a universal panacea for all dis
eases, but as a specific for all blood and .skin
diseases, such as blood poison, rheumatism,
scrofula, eczema, tetter and ' catarrh, for I
have Bf en it tried on most all of these. . I am
ready and more than willing to answer all in
quiries tending the above points. I am well
known in Athens, - and refer to any one or all
of the old citizens of this city. ' .
WttET F. Hood, Athens, C a. -"
Jan. 6, 1885.-
" The Bent la tbe Harbet. ;:
I have been afflicted with a blood humor
and indigeston for fifteen years.. I have used
varions medicines, bnt with little trarnose. ' I
have received more benefit from Swift's Spe
cific (S. S. 8.) than anything else I have ever
taken. It is the best blood purifier on the
market.' A. J. Beooks,. Bout Bock, Tex.
Feb. 13. 1885. '
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
frde. ...'... i . - - . i .
Tkk Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta,
Georgia. - . ,
. PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected Dally by -' .
X. , t' POWELL 6i SNIDER- . '
. ' - Asheville. N. C April 21, 18a5. ;
' Apples Green, per bushel, (100 to 91 S3.'
. " dried, 2 to 5 centa.
Bulk Bacon lyi to 9; Smoked 12 cents; shoul
ders 8 to 10 centa; hams 15 cents.
Beep 6 to 10 cents, as to quality.
' Butter Prime 85 to 35 cents; common 20 cents.
Beeswax 20 to 22 cents. -....'
Beans White tl 25 to 1 75 -Coffee
Rio 11" to 14 : ' cents; ' Laguayva 10
cents; Java 25 to 30 cents .
Cheese 15 to 20 cents, as to quality. ;
' Cotton Yam SO 85 to ?1 00. . '
Corn- 75 to 80.
Corn Meal--75 to SO " ,
Candles Per y box, 82 60 to S2 75.
Eggs 11 to 15 cents per dozen. , '
Flour 2 50-to $3 75 per sack.
Lard-r 10 to 12 cents.
Molasses Common dark S3 to 50 cents.
" Fine Syrup 50 to 75 cents.
" New Orleans SO 75 to 81 00.
' Oats 65 cents.
Hay $1 85 per ewt.
Shipstnfl S30 per ton. -
Dried Peaches 8 to 12 cts; unpecled '4 to6 cts.
Peas $1 00, -. ; - - - . , , a; ;, -,
.Potatoes Sweet, per busheL $1 60. , - . '
Irish, " GO to ?1 00.
Sugars Brown, 5 cents; powdered 7 cents; "crush
ed and grantulated, 9 to 12 cents
Vinegar 30 to 50 cents per gallon. ' . ' . .
Seeds Clover Seed, $6 25.; -
t - urcnara tfrass seea, w w,
, J Timothy,. ... " 2 25.
. . . Kea Top
65 cts. per n.
Aslierille Tobacco Market;
RKPOETED SPEaALLT FOB THB ClTIZKN-l
: ASHBVIU.B. N. C. April 21.M885.
Fillers Common Lugs,..... S4 : a$5 50
. Common Leaf. 6 t 5
Common Bright Leaf, al5
Good " ...15 al8
Fine " " .. 18 a25 -
Smokers Common Reddish 9 al0
. Common Bright. ........10 . al3
. Good Blight J8- al6
Fine to Extra . 16 a25
Cutters Common to Good...- -.14 - al7'--
- Good to Fine --.18 a22
: Fine to Fancy . ......22 a30 ,
Wrappers Common. ....... 15 al8
- ., Common to Medium ...18 a 22 ;
Medium to Good..........;...4.22 ' a35
' .- Good to Fine ................ ....S5a45 55
Fancy.. -, none
There is no chansre to be made in our Quota
tions this week. With a partial season for hand-
me tobacco in tne country tne Dreaesto-aay were
large, but the quality of the grade) offered was
De low me average. ...
Full Line Buttricks
MY GOODS ARE NEITHER
1 FIRED, SMOKED OR
: I don't deal in "Watered Stock."
' I have a New Stock' of Clothing
just "in. J v -X'"' -- ;'v :;.;v;',:; i
' A lot of Timothy Orchard Grass,
Red Top and plover Seed fresh from
Kentucky. t ' "t -
A lotof New Shoes, Hats and Dry
' You should . see my Canton' Flan
nels at 7i eta. .
150 lhs. Fine Salt at . - ,. . ,r "$ lio
16 " -Brown Sugar : , , , v , . 1.00
8 " Good Cofiee 1.00
A few Dry Goods, Blankets, &c,
at Cost yet. ' '---'
, I will have somo m w -white goods
xn in a few days. - . ; v
Some 10-4 Bleeched "Sheeting left
at 23 cts..
Everything as low as any house
in Western North Carolina. "f -.- X
Good Goods, Spot Cashand Rea
sonahle Prices is my Motto.
-, Spot Cash Store.- J" ' .
J. O. HO WEI J.
wfAVTED TO BUY A .OT OF DRY -
' C&erry. JLuKifoer. ; .
Forties haTing nice stock requefteii to coit-s-pond
with us, stating quant'tj- and price free on
Loai'd cars, and iiau;e depot.
- J. STRACS3 CO,.'-
" Go'l:tjr.ro Rice and Pi.iniiijr MUU,
Gold, boro, V, C. ai i:d 1 W
A. J. LYMAK. W,S. CIirLD, JB
Attorney at Law. -
SUCCESSOK TO LYMAN AND CHILD,)
BBAL ESTATE AGENT,
asheville; n. g.
FARM of ii5 acres, with $3,000 im
provements, house, barns, &c, located
on X rench Broad river, seven miles I
Two storv brick. store on the Court
House Square, 60x30 feet. ;
Beautiful- suburban home, with twenty
acres of land and fine orchard, one "mile
from town. A fine country seat.
House of nine rooms, and lot of eleven
acres on French Broad avenue. . One of
the finest properties in he city.- "
' Most complete Cottage of 7 room with
two acres of land, on Camp PattonI
. - House of nine rooms on Haywood street,
3-4. ofan acre of ground. ; Can be bought
very reasonably. . ; . '
: Frame House of u rooms., beautifully
located on Haywood street; lot of .half an
acre. ' .. . V-i "' v --
. Ifouse of 8 rooms' on Grove street with
pood stable and one-half an acre of land. :
210 acres rolling land, mostly cleared,
one mile from town. - Improvements con
sist of two good dwelling houses, four log
cabins and tobaceo barns, fully equipped
circular saw-mill and never failing water
power. ' ".ViV'"'-l':-'- 2 .
House and lot of over one acre, on Hay
wood street. BfigE Patton Avenue.
Forty choice. building lots for sale'. ' 1 -
'Twentyeighf and a half acres of land
with new brick house of eight rooms.
Young orchard of 1.000 trees. Views
both of the rivet and the mountains, from
this pi ace,-unsurpassed. A fine opportu
nity to purchase one of the choicest pieces
of property in Asheville. .
- Five acres of most productive"-bottom
land, jiear - the Swannanoa liver, one
mile . from town. - Improvements con
sist" of three good dwelling houses, and
all ' necessary outbuildings. Excellent
investment for farmer with small capital.
Most desirable building lots near Rail
road Depot,-on both sides of the French
Broad River, affording magnificent views
of the surrounding country. The very
best sites for residences.
70 acres on "other, side- of Beaucatcher
mountain, two -miles from the Courthouse.
Very fine young orchard bf 400 trees One
of the strongest chalybeate springs- in . the
country. " Just the spot to locate a hotel or
large boarding house. '
134 acres of rich bottom and goad up
land on the Swannanoa .river, two miles
from town. - v ' - ,
. 34 acres v.C good, ipland with comforta
ble warm log-house, on the 1 Iendersonvi'le
Road, 5 miles from. town. : ' Fifteen acres
cleared, small orchard and good well.
Cheap place for a poor man.
83 acres, heavily timbered on the French
Broad River, six miles from town.
160 acres on Swannanoa River, 7 miles
from town and 2 miles from Longs. . 75
acres of timberland. balance in good state
for cultivation. Farm house of four rooms
with kitchen detached. " Renter's house, 2
tobacco barns,, (near.) stable, crib, ew.
Good springs, -small orchard. A suitable
farm for small grains or tobacco.
-. 550 acres on the waters of Cane Creek,
five nwlesfrbirf li'rVfewM bn'th'e Wu'e
Ridge; 70 acres in grass, 35 in corn, bal
ance well timbered rich upland.- This pro
perty wonderfully well watered' with num
erous springs 'and tranches A ( superb
cattle and sheep lange. :
. -152 acres adjoining the above.'" 65 acres
cleared and in grass and corn; balance fine
upland. . A most desirable farm.' "
236 acres "rjch" tnountain laruf thickly
timbered w!itiv' popHtr, "cherry,! . wajntitv
chrslnu spruce pine,..' &c., 'good water
power, saw-mill fully equipped and in good
order, - dwelling and outhouses, situated
two (2 ; miles , from rail road track, and
five" (5J miles frorrH Waynesville. J 1 F i -
A'acant lot on Main S- at Waynesville,
44 x 52 feet'.- ' v; ' : " ' " ' - J -'
Thirteen thousand acres wild land in
Graham and Swain counties. . -'
LEASES of three and five years of land
adjoining the Railroad Depot; very suit
able for the ertion of tobacco or lumber
warehouses, dr-kKns, monufactories, &c;
on most favorable terms.
: : FOR RENT In Asheville, several
houses, large and small, furnished or un-furnished,-hy
the month or year.
. - For further particulars, apply to
- A. J LYMAN
; ' Asheville, N. C.
augi2-tf. Office in Court House.
JYeiv and important !
W. O. jMTtiUei- & Co
HAVING REMOVED THEIR
Wholesale -Liquor Houss.
To the new Store on Main street, oppo-
; - : site' Court Square,
C ... ASHEVILLE, N. C.,
- HAVE FOR SALE THE . . ' " "
Pare Jlountairi-Dew Corn and Rye WhisKeys. N
N. C. Apple and Peach Brandies, :
Old Monongcbela, Paul Jones, and at
the most popttiar . brands of Kentucky
--;" - t"..:;. 'li iVhisieys. "-'' ''
imported French Brandies and Champagnes, . -!
and Domestic and Imported Wines. , -r
- Soda Water and Oinger Ale, Ale. Porter,
the celebrated Budwelser, Milwauklo and Cin
ciniiati Bottled Beer," and the Cinchuiati 'Keg
! Beer to Beer he call the especial .
. - .. attention of dealers, as it is received
. . direct in refrigerator cars, and in as ; .
- good prder . as at the Ore wery. . -
We keep on hand a fine lot of . - - - . , , ; .
' 1 CIGARS AND'TpDACCOS
Billiard and Pool Tables
ON THE SECOND FLOOR,
With an elegant Club Room attached., - A
; This department ba been fitted up with a spe
cial eye to the comfort and- convenience ofonr
guests, and the room Is superior to any other bil
liard room ttf the city, and has been furnished
with entirely new tables of the celebrated J. M.
Brunswick, Balke & Co.'s make. .
o -'' '
O-W. O. MULLER still eontinuet his S
TABL1SHMENT 'on Main street, under thecharge
of the "old reliable".JOHN H. LANGE, who will
be pleased to serve his friends with the best li
quors to be found in the Asheville market. "
. June24-tf . - :
" JiVTITEIlFORDTON, N. C,
BY : . -." . .:
C. IVY, E; & Tkopk.
Tire Banner Is a home-printed sheet, and offers
inducements to advertisers in exceedingly low
rates. Issued every Thursday, at &1.M a
yoar,- in advanoe., .
A neat conacre containi
1112 1 1 a
five rooms lrx-ntivl npnr Female Col
li-se on north si..lof S'oodt!n s'reot either furnish
cl or not as partir-s may desire. The furniture
alt new. I'or fm titer particulars apply to Jlr.
V. F. Siiideror tiio tindi'i.siite'l. .
p l:i-8l , . ..d. II, UF.KD,
II41iiraS 4fc FEATIIEUSTO
Opposite Court Home Square,
l$hevillc vf. C,
WHOLESALE AND KKT AIL DEALERS IN
Pure Tforlli Carolina and
yi Elentuclty Brainlies,
. and Whiskies. "
: ... also '. ;v:v; .'",;-':;
. A FULL LINE OF CHOICE , ; '
; citing, 'cue n wis
.- - AND - "
' " - : : PORTER ALE,. BEER
- . . ' AND
':' --: : ; --1-7lN VARIETY. - ' " r yj
Great eare has Itcen taken --
in the selections of the above :
z.nd ; ....
Our patrona may be assured that
they will find tiemsetves ,
. -AMPLY COMPENSATED- --
by a visit to us. . : ' ' '
SThe attention odealers is respect Ailly Invit
ted to our stock, as we are prepared to supply any
aemana. ; -
June 27-tl ; ' . , ; . ' ..'.--..' :" :;. : :'
. .. . Main. Street, (Above Eagle Hotel)
ml8hevlllet Jt C.
' The best stock always on haadV( Work- always
I ain icspeoiaily prepared to make boots and
lioesTO as to prevent aAUPXEss ana suueakinu.
LADIES WOEKXSPEqiALTY -
Charajes; . reasonable, .j Girft" Me a
:S.R YEN ABLE.;
i - -' ' '-' . DEALER IN . ; 7
IIARD Alin HOFT ioAIi,
EGG- AND . CHESTNUT SO FT COAL,
". ? pRdyo'u.scED by -Hi I
who use it the best from Tennessee, and in whjch
' hela SOLE DEALER in this market.
&otd hy Car Load .Ton or Bushel
i.m -. 1,? ! t 'm ft? c
- ah - ion peiivenes weigneu ..on - KAiy
Scales, and certificate of weight by city
weigher furnished. .- ; ; , -
; -si , '-.su,.-;.';l'i--''
200 GorcUof BesWVood
! DELTVEREP BY qORDpK L'JA,.-
Office kxuf, rard at Carrington A Co.'s, .attest
venue,, petween lira tram & uo, s auau.JOwanrai
Order., respectfully sojicited .au4 .will e
dec 24 1 me
Crpentt;r and ISniler, . ..
; '. J'ASHEVfLLE, NIC. ; i ' . ' '
Marivfqtturerj.oj ull,Jinds of .Uding
Materials, Slatclted Flooring
-. - and Ceiling, :
: MOLDINGS, BRACKB1S,1 .
UATtUSTIRS. ;ke;wel-; posts
HANDRAILING, &ti, &C.
" DRESSINU LUil BEE FOR .THE PUBLIC .
"V t . .t -' i tt i 'Li .
All work doiie with promptness st lowest pricct
ap 24-i2 m w. . - ; . - -
; Nortll felde Public ;Sqiar(y ; ' .
: ; ASITEVIIXE, N C, .
tDKALEIiSTX. ' V '
Ilnmber, Laths, Shin-
Posts, Weather-Board -i
In?, Flooring, Etc.
MsoADoors Sash and
i Blinds. ''-
-' THE - ; . V" ;
Sash & Blind Fnctorjr
Has recently purchased a lar?e amount of Oak.
Ash .Chestnut, Cherry and Walnut Lumber, and.
CAN FURNISH WORK ,
manufactured of thoroughly dried jraterial. We
propose to furnish work at the lowest figures, and
equal to any imported (roods.
H. - THOs. L. CLAYTON, Propr. .
j S. CLAYTON, Business Manger,
feb 4-s w tf : . ' 1 - ;
t St. Josoph Academy
of tliie KInc T!i;!c,
L(SbATKD AT HICKORY, CATAWBA
. - County, N. C. " '" - ; ;
Thia institution, coudm-tcil hj the fi-ti-rs oi our
Lady of Mercy, is sidinted in tho h-althy and
picturesque town of '. i - kory, on the W. N. O. R.
P., rwM the Depot. It w a'Cfttholio iriKlitution,
yet members oi every il-nui:itriM:s r, i e reef-ived,
aii'l the greatest en re vi.l he j ) t s'liomrs.
!'r r.'- n ;.:v i ) '. . i. cr Superior at
Kieitor'y, .' .
l.uh if w 5 ni'W - : "
, T am offering until tho 1st of March iiiy
on ti 10 stock of Clot hi ng, Boots, Shoes, 1 1 ats
and Gents' Furnishing Goods, .
AT G RE A TL Y BED UGEIl PRICES !
:. ALL-WOOL SUITS AT
.;.,;",;?.v ' ; " .' u
.-' ' -':) "12.50, " 1G.00.. -. '
. . ! OVERCOATS AT " " . 2.82, ": 5.00. ' "
. . Other Clothiny
X T " HADr v r
A full line of Boots and Shoes for
tne oest manxiracture.
i mam a specialty in
' A3 1, am determined to. make room for Spring goods, liive marked mi
above goodi at very low prices. - , v -
I advise every one who svishe.5 to purchase to call and get inv prices
before buying. .
Remember, I sell the 'best Ashcvillo rn:id WoniauV Kip Uals at $1.2.5. .
Remember, sell the beat AsheviHo midu tp sohr Kip lirugans at
$1.50. Also make Bays' an I Misjc.s'.' Try one pair, and vou will never
be without them. . V'fcrv respectfully,
fell-tf , - .
LOOK OUT FO It
n m 1
ONE PRICE BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
?. - ? - -. - -o ' .
Menus' strong Winter Boots, fully warranted, at 82 25, 82.65, $3.00 him1
$3.50.. Boys' Boots in all styles, at prices too low to mention. .
A large stockfol 'Men's Rubber Boots, Overshoes and Arctics.'
.. A full stock of Zeigler s andEvitt Bro.'s Fine Shoes for oiiu n,
best Goat, American and Frencji Kid Goods. V -
TO THE COITXTRY SlERCilAXTH.
l.have still on hand a considerable remnant of my -. ..' .. .
, , . -.-';.,.. DRY GOODS STOCK, .' '
which I will close out cheaper than such goods cari lie bought etfewnoit
; If in need of " : :l. . ;
on me before ordering. - A good stock of -;""'' . ' -l-
5 -- RUBBER GOODS ' ) '
oh hand, which. I caii sell you as cheap ns they' can be'- bought in sn
market.-, ,, ..... .,- i our
13-wasv Pi'.lliam Building,
'. - . AND DEALER IN BOOKSAm) STATIOXARY;. ' ' '
r-kTTTT T n ri IT I . mum r. r-. ' r r. m-v -w- a . . . . . . .
J J . . w kj H X mAZJ , M. If V , lXUJ .
. HARDWARE STORE. '.
WHISKIES, BRANDIES & WINES FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES
. ALWAYS on hand a full arid well-ficlectec'.. stock of DRUGS. PAT
ENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, CIGA RS,
BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS,- SPONGES, TRUSSES, and all the Meil
icine manufactured by J. LI Lyons, of New Orleans, whom I ain sulc
agent for. ....... - . . v . . . v
. uivc me an eiiriy -can . .
B55u J. iai amis.") anu r .
1 il i 1 111
De pieasea txj see tneir menas ana an wno wisn gooas in tneir une.-
Sole manufacturer of Nelson's Kidney Cure and "Nelson's Diarrjura
Cureand-Lyon's.Gough Syrup. l -' y ' t- ,t-;
right of door.
NEW t PIEM, mwmSWESs, C
I STOVES TIN W A RE AND HOUSE' FURNISHING GOODS, ' i
' We have opened a fall line of the above, all soloc
moflt workmanlike manner. . ;".''
; v Roofing, Outtering,
WORK DONE BY COMPETENT MEN WORK GUARANTEED.
The house is now opened for business.
; - : - ' BROWN AND BEARDEN.
aur 13-tf ; . ' : . . 1 ' Asheville, N. V.-
THE "WIDE AWAKE JEWELERS
NEW STORE, NEW STOCK J
Gootls sold cheaper than ever, and a complete stock of all goods kept
by a first-clrrs Jewelry house. We have the handsomest store, and chal
lenge ,the State on cheap prices. For pood goods come one and all, and
be convinced of the fact. - Respectfully . &
' '. ' . ; . OPPOSITE OLD BANK BUILDING. -
LOOK OUT FOR THE
'm W ui. Jr -1 4
$8.00, WORTH $12.00., , .
10.00,: - -100. ;
in Proportion -
Ladies, Gouts, liaya and Children, of
find Moots ttiftoes
Main street,' Asheville, N. C.
D 0 tttfML
W . J'. VVcavervj
ti 1 .' v!.
?Q) "r:T mrm
obeuient servant, '
South Main St., Asheville, K. ('.'
J J X A 4. . A I . ' I I M 1 V
-.'-. . . A-.
ij. jawuo are wim me, ana won in
1 ! 1
. " nal9Jy
ted from tbe boa I nloch. aud ptil iid iu i u
Plumbing Specialties - ,
OPENING DAY OF