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CITIZEN JOB OFFICE, V WEST BIDE PUBLIC EQUitl . BILL, HEADS, . ! :: :v LETTER HEADS, : '"' , posters, BLANKS, At And Job Work oall Minds done wil fromptmcsM and at Iqto f rices. .0 .1 :.!. fiir, 1 . - i' W S Off-' IVOL ASK. T T T T ? X J- J C. THURSDAY 1WENING, j;UI33, 1885. PRICE: 5 CENTS - ( i ir 1 U D 1 i iiont-ii. w. Jntiu'iierttiilag.. , . i , i .. . : Co. J. I: ? awvcr. U. A ' : i. i: hi. ns, i ( I Pi M .c-e s r, H I Ioi T ,rur ' II .. j.o. i fiA'c.il, J. r. S- awyer, i.t-ur-v i:o., ii. Juoiicure.. - . i , j i and 1 r , lr 1 - Sii J -, All - en ' ( :. V.. ( : a-irdware, 4.n v Jural fii -.; Ac v A i , ZTutt ' 7, cn 7 " (.. LuIIard JC-t)-, Brow" Sc E.jarlen, l.mdsey Eros. C:nik.i, (i';-'r u-vrmskma, fcc. j'lmci K- Sawyer, ii. Levy, diaries E Lee, S fl (ilUOUa. " . . Soots, &.'. and Hats. Weaver, if. Levy. -: Hoot and Hi tot Jlanvfaclurert . . :;. Ltvy.W.T. Weaver, A. reck. Boots and f- inunery. - . J L " J N. " IV n &i , II T. J-U- ri k, II. ii. I.j ous. - ; Drunrih'.tt and Irurmaccnttstts. i u. IT. I vons- w. C. ( ': :; riiaol, C W. DcYault &(.., C. if- Mcr.r.!n-, Vv . x.. Pelhmn.- . . 7. Cowan, Stefliir and Robertson '-r : FtimUy Qrotenes. t ' Powdl and Kiildor, S. R. Kepler, A. E-Ooolcy, - Tenley A Co.. T. F. trarnos, G.V . Uoodluke. A. J. - Merrill, J. E. W 'are, 'W are and Uoweil, A. C. Davis, James Franks, J.J.JJactey & Co..-Jesse R.Starnes, - G. L. McDonald, V. L. Morgan, F. M. Joiinson, K. B Noliind i Sons. T. W. Shelton. J. R. TruVl.G. H. ' f tarn e. N. Penland. Penlaiid Sc Alexander. Mrs. '.I j'' Eutchers, Meat : Zkxiler, &c .. . - Zachery Bros., James Lusk. T. K. Iavia, Me- . eonueu ana imuce. ' - . . : . . ; . .Baktrtef.''r '--j :; '' ; . J. J. Desmond, F..M-Johnson, J.jC. Oliver, -t' " ' Cbtifcctwnei-s and JSahert. ' .' ' ' J. J. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston, T, Wells; ' 1 A '. Saddlery, Harness, ' "; , S. M. GllbertrCajA.lesnderand Penland;- " ...'- ,:' ,. Jlifwtture,- ice. : . ' . , (- . W. B. WllllaniBOii, Moore & Falk, P. 8. Mo- Miillen. . '. -" . . :. .-- Undertakers. ' '.-'. , .j, X. Brand, J. V. Brown, John Clayton . :. ; Coat Dealers,' " S. P. Venable. D. S; Watron, HU1 and Atkins X. W. Gird wood & Co. .'"'.- ' . Lumber Dealers i .bnbleday t Scott. -" ; T '. , - v1'-.. Contractors, Carpenters, and Builders. " -I. Gorenflo, Jeha Hart, J. A. Wagner. T. C. WesUll, E. J. Armstrong, J. K Bottriek, T. L. Clayton, A. i. West. ' ; . - - v ''J - BZdfi ' '".' D. W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. ; ' JJotd.. - ; ' '' '' Bwannansa, Eagle,,' Grand Central. Western, . Carolina House, Blag 14 House, The Villa. - ' - " Private oardino. ' 8. F. Venable, A. T. "Bnmmey. Miss Bettie Brown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall. P. F. Emer son, Miss Smith, T. W. Neely Mrs. A. B. Chunn, J. 1L Carter, G. ii. Roberts, R. H. Grahl, G. L. Mc Donald, M. J. Fagg, J. A. Fagg, X. . Rankin, W. .-T; Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Binder, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Broilcs, Mrs. J C Bmathers, Mrs E J lu Baird, W. W,. McDowell, James W.Patton, Mrs. i Leicester Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H. C-France, . Mrs. A. Sinclair, P. B. MoMullen. v, - , 1 : Livery. Sale and Peed Stables. Reynolds t Chambers, J. M. Eav, W. A. Wed dln. James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. StanslU Win, Cox. E. W. Hern don, S. H. Barnard, G. W. Morgan A Co., E. T. Clemmons, Jesse R. S tames. - fMeget,SehooU,&c..7 Ashevllle Female College, Asheville Male Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High - School for young ladies. Miss Sawyer's Prlmaiy i.y School, Mrs. .J. P. -Gammon's Primary School, three white public schools, two good colored - HHihools. A glided Mhoolluu bil iiithotfied v law, and a tftate normal school will be"held -every ' summer. ;, - "- -'j ; .'' -: . - MUllnery,.&e. "TV . : ? ;Mr.tLM. Henidou, 8. Whitlock, Mrs. M. E. - Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs RR Porter. ;- : V Attorneys At Law. v .;. "' ; ' " McLona Moore, J. H. Merrimon, E. H. Mer rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger & Car ter, J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, W. 8. Cushman, Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter.W. W. Vandiver, v." Davidson Je Martin, T. A. Jones, S. H. Reed, W. B. Gwyn, Locke Craig, W. R. Whitson, Jones and . Hardwicke, Johnston Shuford, W. M. Cocke, rif Matt Atkinson, A.T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, V. S. Lusk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman. Physicians and Surgeons. . ' ... . v t. J. Cain, W; L. & W. to. Hilllard, John Hey Williams, J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. Nelson, Wardlaw McGiil, H. P. Gatchell. . y -. Dentists. V '' .." G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, R. H. Reeves, A. . B. Ware.. . ' " -. , . Banks, Bankers and Brokers.- ' " Bankof Asheville, Binder t Barnard! . Merchant Tailors. ' - J.W.Schartle. V -" ' . Dealers in Purs. M. Ellick. - .. Eeal Estate Agencies. Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, JKatt Atkinson, JS.J. Aon, jt. ia. jones, : . . - -. . ; Architects and Civil Engineers, ' ". 8 F Vanable. J A aennant, . 'rfr-; ,. -. j. ;'.yr ;.:; 2bboec.: TToreAouse;. f . ." "" ". ah6 ABheville Warehouse, The Banner Ware- bouse, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware- -- house, The Buncombe warehouse Tobacco Manufacturers Chewing and Smoking. '- 8. B.West,McCarty &, Hull, 3. E. Ray, E. I. Holmes fc C Shelton i Perry, W. P. Williamson. , '' - Coopers, ice. ' ' -J F. Sorrell, K. W. Girdwood, William Weaver, . ; Eart. -'.-'" ' . -. -r ..-w-i r -i S .WineS,- liquors, See. " w ;;.','. Looghran Bros., Hampton & Featherstone, W. O. MullerjiftCo., , A. P. SorrelU. . - - . ,s i' - ' Papers Hangers. "-: .J .: kl. .. Cain Hunt, Moors fe Fali, R. L. Fitzpatrick. Newspapers. ; . . , ;- " Daily and Wbhklt Citizen, Daily and Weekly , Advanoe, The Asheville. Tribune (weekly.) . -:' '. '" '''. ,'.; --"'' Job Qffces. x t ThetJrnJtEir JolrOffloe.Hnnir & Robertson.1" KatV! Taylor W.T. Robertson,T. T. ilill.' '" 1 . ,-: 6Hstmas,Jce. 1 Jordan & Hallybnrton, N. W. Girdwood, Jas. E. Buttnck, McLane. , - , -t 'i- ptrtUizer$, e, ' y ,' V F. V. Waddeil, "Star Brand." Pennimari & Co . "Anclior Brand," G. M.. .Roberts, Alex. Porter, "Piedmont,"; W. H. penland, "Owl Brand," Bear . den, Uankic & Co., "Oher C- Co.'s 8pecial,"Xyon . Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T.C. 8 tames, "Ar : lington," W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," K. W. Girdwood Co, "Soluble Pacific.;'; , . ; ' ;-,'1-' Insurance.' ' ',' . E. J. Aston, Thog. W Branch. ' - W. If. Telegraph, ' . ; ' '. 8. G, Weldon, manager. - . " i' -1.- . Southern and Adams" Express. ' '. F. A. Stikeleather, manager. ' r , . '' ' "CEtffl Wr 0 Buncombe Cmmty. - ' ' gherlffj. R,Kich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; 8. .Clerk E. W. Herndon; Register. R, Pattersor.; : Treasurer J. H. Courtney;- Surveyor, B.-F. Pattern; Tax Collector T. W. Patton. . . w.. ..' r1 . '"-i ,. ; : -Inferior Court. '; -: . TuRtice G. A. Shuiord: Clerk Mbnt pattonj Solic ior H. B. Carter. - .. -. County Commissioners. , " - - -". , J. E. Rankin, J. A. Reagan, Si. W. Tiitson,'. I li. Childs, Thos. to. Brittain. -. Justices of the Peace."'--' ' ' v . T. Sumniey, N. A. Penland, T. W. Patton, C. B. Way, J. H. Ledford, J. M. arratt, . B. Cain v . - City Government. ' ' W'" - -- Mayor E. J.Astoii; Aldermen W. T Reynolds. . Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F. Scott, I. H. Gorenflo, N. . W. Girdwood and J. L. Murray. Policemen A. H. Baird.W. G. McDowell, J. U. Hampton, Hugh Postell and X F Hunter. - - . . ,;i ,.- ; ' Fire Department, a. Hose N. I, 'oreman H. C. Fagg; H. & L, No. 1, Capt. FA.P1 " .' - kanitary Department, ' - ;1' . .. tor. D T SaOard, Sanitary Chief. : --. C Federal Officers - "i ':. f TJ. 8. Commissioner, A. X. Smnmcy. Deputy "Collector, (stamp office) A. D. Cooper. District Deputy 8. C. Ilerren. Deputy Marshal Is, R. O. Patveion, A. C Patterson, J: K. Bavis, H. 8. llar- kins - ' ' v Vn iied Slates District and Circuit Courts. - Jtidee R. P. Diclt, &)1citor J. E. Royd, Clerk J. JJ. Ret 1, Deputy Clerk P. A. Cummings. ' ' Pout O&ce. f. ; ' ;' ' ' H. L. Giidper P. M, Clerks C. P. Moore, W. tU Kth" n,C.JUCUi& Sewing Machine, Agencies. ; Whehler & Wilson, J. H. Herring, Chief OeTk Mtss l-'ssie Justice. Singer, M. H. Worvn-han, Chief Clerk W. Monteaia.- lKmesUc, 8. Ii. ( iied erter k Bon, Chas E Lee. , , - Cmmty Hoard of Education. A. T Piimmey, J H Pams aud I! G iut;rer. First rc-gular reoeliug ftn-t iioutSi.y in 8cjUJiuUrr. DAILY- ADITION. !i i ' ' , r ' i3ng :ii,Ti:rv t .nui I r of t.jp Train. L t"T - " IH; It s e -Aa i VVA1' "VjTL - 1o :un rrnvei 8:S7 A. M. x, . 5 !7 P. M. t 2 H v k. r 1 1 j J a. M. " a. sr. l. i . . .:i o J A. 1 r 1 ' "t fr t at e at 1 . 'j TLoronietcr a' ' a. iO.'Jl. .Iherniomcior---Ii.;:uui 0.. mnm - I "nf n -C2 lii-Lfa. f-,v l'r Jtjy CIid . V.'inJ S )uth. - 1 11 1- 073 1 .1'-. IX vr lkjJ't at rr i WATPRS OA I1 ' tic. a loXL.&XJL'S- - W. T. Weaves', Sole. Agent for IIss' Hand-Made Shoes for men. - . , tf . 1 f i Send your Job Work of oil kinds lo Vie Citizen Office, tf you want it done neatly, cheaply and uitft rfispa(ch:---' J " " 1 THE BAII.X CITIZEHT i "Will be puUished .'every evening (ex cept Sunday) at the -following rate Btnetlv eash : )' -' ' ; -' f '-ir ; .; Six Months, Three 'W, One":-:f: One Weeky ( Our Camera will deliver the paper ev ery evening in every part of the city to onr subscribers, and parties, wanting it will please call at the Citizen Office. f A full line of both Taylor's and Rob- ertaon's stereoscopic views at J. lu yvu " John Jack will make you laugh yonr Duttons on. to nignt. - Annie Firmin in; two excellent char acters to-night. . : ' :- ? f iIr, Fahnestock", of Selma, Ala., spe cial agent of the Equitable Life Insnrane Company, is at the Swannanoa. . ; -- The tickets and (programmes for the gran a miutary Dailat toe iagie odwa. to-night, are very handsome, and .have hcen very largely distributed. ; If., a voter in "Asheville," writing .us from Swannanoa will give us his real name- we-will insert the article with pleasure. V '. ( . We, regret to learn pf the death in Statesville, at. 10:30 o'clock last Friday morning, of Miss Kate Caldwell sister, of Mr. Joseph P. Caldwell, of the Statesville Landmark. . , V"'r'i l v' - V ' . That '.'State Guard Wfjhkey ," at Hamp ton AFeaiheitttoxiilia very fine, and soecially recommended for medical uses in or oat of camp. SbepDeaver and Bob Jones always ready to prescribe. - ' Among, the very handsome and attrac tive decorations we mention the popular store of Mr. H. law, opposite the Eagle Hotel.- Mr. Law ilways displays taste in his ornamental; ona. r ;- : : Mr. J. HV Cook, h recently removed to Graham county, writes us, I" have a fine and promisingj crop of tobacco, anc other crops hereabouts are in fine con dition.'! We wish oar friend all success. He has gotten into k good country. (..Mr. Beverly C. Cobb, of Lincoln coun ty, for years the able representative 'of thafcounty in the House of Representa tives, is in the city, stopping at the Swan nanoa. We are always pleased to meet our gooa menu. ? s ; ! As "Boon as 'the news of the death of Gen. Grant was communicated to. the publicvthe large flag suspended in front of the CmzES office . was draped in mourning, aa well as those at the 'post office, and the of5ce of the clerk of the Federal Court, and the flag on the court- nouse tower was 'drooped to nail mast. The same respect was paid at the Swan nanoa and Eagle, and' no doubt at other places not coming underouf obeerva- tion- -.-.".;-v":"v"?ii77; v' --'-. Col. H. M. Black, pf the 2dTJ. S. Infantry, reached the city yesterday evening, and is stopping at the Swannanoa. He comes under the direction of Adjutant-General Drum, U. S. Army, to- inspect the State Guard. In .company with rr Adjutant General Jones CoL- Black went to the vamp this morning. Vh cf - ' -r A' BUKOOMBK BOT RjtTtJBJrED.-' f We were pleased to meet Mr. M. J.. Medres, formly of Buncombe, brother pf 3ur townsman, Q. AV Sleares, - Esq., now a prominent merchant of Elliiav. Ga at home again. The. world seems to fkre well with him.; .r: '.-it . . Emcampment Notes, . Powell -and. -Snider, the' wholesale grocers, have opened tan office at Camp Scales where the boys can leave their orders for any , thing in the grocery or proauce une ana nave tneir goods deliv ered in the camp. - This will be - great convenience in the camp. . ' . ... 2t SCAEff :a.N. SCAKF PIN liOST. "' V Y : I Lost yesterday on Main street a scarf and Bmall scarf pin. . ; A suitable reward will be xaid for their delivery to this office. '-"' -vs'V1'-' ' ' . Rogers Bios.' Make Seb Jmcmi ' For this, week T only.' " Triple " plated Table Knives $1 75 per set."; Desert size $1 65. Forks heavily plated on pure nickel silver f 3 12 per set. . . Tea Spoons IV 62 per set. Butter knives and sugar sheila same quality, 50c each. " . Quadruple plate Casters $2 90. A rood extra1 jlate- Caster $1 25. ; A fine article of white handle knife at 50 and $2 00 per set. " . ' - , Always the lowest prices on Crockery and Glass at Law's, opposite Eagle Hotel. juiy is a. w ... , - ,j --. ' PEITATE BOAEDING 116 WAyNESVILLE. . The undersicned is Drenared'to ac- t ommodale a limited number of boardflra at her home in Waynesville. Convenient to the White Sulphur Springs.- Accom modations guaranteed. Terms moderate. tf.':-;- . r-ius. J,B. K. McIntose.-. One four feet sl.o .v case, pood as new. for tale at W.T. Weaver's."-.- i - ., Keep it Bcpona t.ie IYopi-k, -That the unber r.fi:ue-ti at llavw White S; one and more. !rlur Springs i now betw. two huiiilrtJ. but room i Ths Locghean EB03 - s Have displayed much taste in their decorations at both establishments, com- Elimentary to the visiting military. They ave taken great interest in the Encamp ment, havir s contributed-$150 to, the fund for the occasion.-.' v'.-UO V-.' Tnx Miutaet Bail", ', . To be given at thel Eagle Hotel to night,; "complimentary to the - military of Ivorta arolma," -promises to , be a gaperb affair. .The proprietors of the I'r r!e, who are always equal to such oc casions, and the energetic managing committee, are sparing no offortstohave the a: air a grand success in all respects. A very large crowd will be- in attend ance. ' - ;,,-..',--'. ;.,--., ;.' .-.-.Vl - Tiis Daily r..f-T(AMvE at Camp Scales. -.Xhe fullowing ttlv.v fVom-Gao. Jvcs Sill be pf interest; t the public : -s r r -VVT GENEKAL HSADQU 4RTER S - . -H- - - "Camp Ixkuos- July 22 1885. f -- General Order No. 4.;. - - - -H i The following hours will be observed by the troops while ia Camp Scales, from July 22 to July 31, inclusive : . Reveille, 6 -.AiM''! Surgeon's eall, I 6:30 ,; , f ."-Breakfiufc,'-'- - T JAx v First Sergeant's call, 7i45 .""-.'-.- 4 Guard Mounting, . & n -f, - ! . ' Fatigue call, - 8:30- ? Company Drill, " . 9 Battalion Drill. ''; 10 Recall Jrom DrilL 12 Z M. Dinner CaU; ; 130 . P. M . i : Skirm'h-Bat'n Drill, 3). - Recall from Drill, ;5 :Z ; i.f ..' ' Bat'n Dress Parade 5:30 to 7 P. M. Retreat, i '.7:30P. M.; Supper calL - ;: ? 7:45 ' : Tattoo,., t,-v-- -r-10'. ----i-s Taps, I' 10:30 1: By order of the Commander-in-Chief, '.v . Johnstone Jones, ' Adjutant General. The Best' Bowjer. v Just before you enter' the -encampment grounds- a very cosy bower presents itself on the left side of the road, and the eye will fall v upon a throng of busy ladies, whose object there can not be - misunder stood; for there is every outward sign of what they mean.' It is not out of the way to open the gate, get out of the blazing sun under the long shady bower, and then dis cover what those ladies have prepared for those who call. We will not undertake to specify "the rewards; but there" are solids and fluids, substantiate and sweets of every possible variety. Who : will resist the temptation to drop in At the bower f v And the ladies, as usual, are not working for themselves. Remember them. ' v - -- - - -i r -'-;'V:' V' : Th Mast-ax JBoxuenx. : "--v; ; The first number p the . above paper, published at the county seat of Cherokee county,, came " toThind. to-day, Messrs. A. A. Campbell and J. B.' Lowndes are proprietors,' and Messrs Lowndes and Leslie - E. Campbell are editors. , The first number la a. very." good one credits. able alike to its publishers and the sec tion. : The object .of the Bulletin; as stated by Maj. Campbell, la a; very im portant one, to effect which involves great and continuous labor, but in which we wish our friends great success. We quote; as it gives much which' is sugges tive: .. . - ,.v " ,'., "I have decided to start a newspaper at Murphy, and through it get the peo ple abroad aroused as to the many ad vantages this mountain region of coun try possesses over any other... All things considered, this will be my -first object. Next, .to arouse our ; own people to that economy ana pnae wnicn will induce tliam ttfl : tnlHvaa fKaiy Sarma urf4.v uuvui v-' v. t. 1 . W wvt? , build better houses for -themselves ana barns for their stock. Next, to work the roads better, bo that when strangers come into the country, .they .can travel over it comfortably and see what a grand 2a z - f & .r x . in T . one lk ib, nir ueib uuiect wui uo to in duce capitalists to purchase the rich mines in this one of the finest mineral! regions or tne bouui,- and erect manu facturing establishments which will con vert the rtw material into articles of commerce and be the means of bringing in an industrious jwpuTation-pf scientific men ana mecnamcs.- . ; .? ; . Next, to persuade the peoble to divide their farms into smaller tracts, and there- i t j 9 fit. i; i . . Dy inauce goca . iaxmeru, wim iimitea means, to settle among us. (It is a well known fact inat a few acres of land well cultivated will produce more than ten times the amount cultivated in the Usual loose manner). , . :v t -r - . v.-,--" - The following are among Jhose alight- lyhurt yesterday, "and not mentioned, all members - of the1' Goldsboro Rifles : Privates J A Wyatt, J T Edmomdsen, J O Carrell, Chas Miller, W. E Borden, J B Bell, all very slight. ' I We are triad to iekrn that Mr. Scott thought to have been seriously hurt,' is to-day in a greatly improved condition. Chjae' Stahd. 'i-v---,- S'L ;K ' I'- Mr. Ike Hehry"wiHJhave 5 cigair stand at the camp ground, during the encamp ment. The Daily Citizen will be at the stand promptly everyevening, with full telegraphic dispatches. - . - tf . STAlx:NOiri,-?-;-:i. if A.'-W-? ; ; At the new-' market, is -now well supplied with the best Beef, Mutton, and fresh - meats- generally this mountain country affords, v at v the , lowest cash pricea Call on -. V Zach aey Bbos. ; .; Peivate' BoABniifa in Waykesville. j The undersleiied is nrenared to accom modate a limited number of boarders at her heme in Waynesville. Convenient to the White Sulphur Springs. Accom modations guaranteed. "Terms moderate. u r. ; , iEs. J. is. a. mcXntosh.; : The Normal ,' -w t- Close its 7 session to-morrow. Very interesting exercises will - take place, among winch, will , be- declamations, eBays, &c, by f ' -idents. and addresses by officers; and the f.-nting of grades.; rir. laclniond PtfLria i'as given a prize, to be a-vsraed the best . eraay. which will Le tivcn tomorrow. ; Ivitk to Ait .-' : - - i 1 Capt. Ilollo ' Zf:8 to visit the company;will 1-.?. .un i.L. . wtli a;. 1 the Go!," theater to-i.-! ' t. attc-nd m a Lc . r. TT' '-.I.c (h -ii Coia- Present. A visit to the c; us the means of plete reports of t is now fehip-shap During our visit t jp this morning gives ,certainihg the' com i Camp. -Everything , in full military order, "a morning during the heat of the day, there was cessation of duty, only the sentinels on duty walk ing their tedious rounds; - There had been, previous to ur arrival, drills of the 2d, 3d and 4th i: eginaents. -They ;pre sented a fine a: p. .).ance,: and the move ments were cred. iablei At." night the camp presents a j '. cturesque appearance with it3 long lines of white" tents and its rovr3 of sparkling lights, a veritable scene of enchantment. At morning, the rey eille wakes the air with the spirit stiring notes of fife anef drom; and occasionally the rich strains f :Il military bands are v,i.."vci to thui-iint t-iir.- , To-day immediately bn- the - reception of the intelligence dfGen. Grant's death, the National ; and State ,lBags at Head- quartersjwere dropped to half mast.-This afternoon a General Order will be issued to the State Guard expressive of the res pect entertained by the military of North Carolina for the illustrious dead. v Col. H. M. Black, of the 23d Regiment V.S.A., arrived last evening... especially detailed by the Government to visit and inspect the encampment. : - , i - The Goldsboro Rifles are . getting into camp; though with material reduction in baggage, uniform and equipages " ' - The following officers of the General Staff are present : Adjutant-Gen. Jones. Chief of Staff; Major J. G. Martin and Capt. F, R. Curtis, A. A. GIs; Thos-B.Young, A. D. &, ,, ; Col. F. H.Cameron, Inspector-General; uapt. uennenan uameron, ana uapt. A . u Smith, assistants. r "? : - - .; s ; . Dr. W. L. Hilliard, A.S. G.V- - ! Lt.Col. F. A. Olds, Ordnance Gfficer ana Acting Quartermaster Ueneral.. ! : ...The following regiments and compan ies are present ;.. ' '"' !. , i .First. Request. t Cot Jno. W.on.v Ujilfil. T)l M Bogart; Adj't Lfc Wm' Powell; Capt. 'and A. tj. b. a rana: A"oweu, Ass't Burgeon J . D. Spicer, Sergeant-Major J W Aiberteon, Commissary Sareeant ThosF. Ferrell. Co.:D.-Capt. W.- T. Hollowell,. Golds- boro. '.Co. F.Capt. C. W. Jeffreys. Tarboro. Vo. G- Gapt Co? . Warren,- Washing ton. " -; ' ' . : -0 Co;. I. Capt." J. E. Wood, Elizabeth Uity. , (xne company that won the prize at the State Exnosition.J - ; . ' Regimental Band Band of the Pas quotank Rifles; 14 pieces. - Drum Corps of 10 pieces. x '. . : - .: ..2nd Regiment.--:. Col. W. C. Jones; LieuWJol. E. F. Mc- Rae; Maior .W. S.Cook. Adj't -M. S. Mil lard, Quartermabter H; T. Parker, -Com missary J.-F. Bishopj Chaplain Ja. Car micbael, Surgeons iimes T, Stevens and J. W. Croom, Serg't, Mjor 0. P. Meares, Co. A. Major W.F.Campbell, Fayette ville. (Organized in 1793.) ' . ; ;- Co. C Capt. J.C. Morrison, Wilming ton. - 1 ' .- i . . COrE. Capt Wm Black, Shoe Heel. Co. F. Capt. W. Ji. Faison, Clinton; Regimental ! Band Wilmington Con cert Club, 18 pieces. Drum Corps of ten pieces. -M ' . ;'' - --- L-,-' . - . ; -I;.- - 3rd . Regimest. . Z- Col J. D. Glenn; Lieut-Col. J. H. Barn ard; Major fi. H. Smith; Adj'nt E. A- Old ham; Captain and Commissary John G. Aston; Chapla n Rev." J-- H. Smith; Sur geons R. F.Gray and J. A. Burroughs. ' Co. A.Capt. E.. F. Young, Winston; accompanied by; a drum corps- of 18 pieces. V . , . . . - j. . , ;. - ... Co. B.--Capt.' Charles A." Moseley, Asheville. - '' - - -. . , Co. C. Captain' J. B. S.1 Mcintosh, Waynesville. -i '- .. - ' ;. . Co. E. Capt. W. A. Bobbitt, Oxford. " Co.K.-Capi. Max Lowenstein, States ville.1 . - - '- :'- -. Regimental Band-f Asheville Cornet Band, 13 pieces. 4th Regiment. - Gol.- J.TJ Anthony, Lt- Coh John C. Tipton, Major W. Bry ce, Adj utant H . H. Orr, Quartermaster H. J.- Jenkins, Surgeon J. A. Cxowell, Sergeat Major L. N. SchiffV Commissary Sergeant C.' A. Thornbery.: ? -:' --' - - ' . ; ; Co-B. Capt.ChasIjf. Childs, Lincoln ton. ' ' X. ..;.V'Tsr-;i,;. ..- -x X : ; .J .- Co.iD.-i-CaDtauf John - T.x Rravhorn. pfonroer.. ' . 'J-""1-"-1- ' . ; Uo. iirCaptain Ti R. Robertson, Char lotte. ' 4 -fi.-.-; ' ; ' f Co. LrCapt J. ,Wi' Yonnts, Pineville, Mecklenburg co. :' --,'! Co.-K -Captain J. M.' Templeton, Dai laft" - ' U Z7-TV. ' ' 'Z:: V- i ' Regimental : Band, .14 pieces." Drum corps 10 pieces. I- .; ; - ; ' ' r.' ; m t i ' The State Gdakd and Politics. , ; A republican ffienfl of Madison writs uis the fpllowing.'which is just received: i--r-MiSHA1' July ,13. j;1 Editor dtizen .'"For thejsake of Ashe ville and Western Carolina and I -maty add the State Guard, see to it that there is no politics connected with the Military Encampment in yoiif city" next week, but let all come and enjoy themselves Democratsand Republicans alike. There is no need for 6th er than good feeling at tkU late day.---.JL little imprudence, might do much harm and no good. A word to the wise is sufficient, it would nut have been given had there been no cause for it.. "Let the boyS' make no mistake or "young men" I should have said) "and greatly oblige your many republican friends in .. i-:-i:i-i-!','i '.' Madison."' - We are yery certain the young men of the Guard- will bo guilty of no impro priety, in this or any other respect; and if others choose to exhibit their want of sense, no attention should bo given them. There is, and can be, no element of poli tics in the Guard, or the encampment, or any of the festivities.' This is a State occasion, in which eyery citizen is expec ted to participate and earnestly desired to do eo. ; We. have neither seen nor j heard of an expression, touching upon politics, on the contrary the people, re gardless of all party affiliation, have gone I to work together to make the encamp ment a State affair, and a fete in' general. Our "republican friends"- are cordially invited to be with and of us throughout the entire occasion. :. -. . .... .. '. ... Large lot cf cawn s'.ools and cots for the soldiers at W. B. Williamson's . Furniture store.- ' - ' :' ... - . iw. , OUR 1 1 ENDERSONVILLE ', LETTER, Hektdeksonville, July 22. Messrs. Ed'dorS :-Our "Circuit Court commenced Monday, and therefore our city.is full," As you had a representative here until 'yesterday," we shall not give you any Court items, but Will notice the important" cases 'as jEhey are" adjudged hereafteK' 1 Yesterday ; was .the .hottest day of the season and shade, dusters and ice were in demahdOur streets, ievery day, present a lively " appearance. ; The DaJ V-LiJC;LitAA a uuo wuau- vtt make one feel as ; if a new era were inaugurated and all are happy. The ho tel and livery men now seem to be mon arche of all they survey, and a'man that wouia weign two-weejfs ago wiu now be heavy" enough to pull down two' hun dre3- 'Z ZZlZx " Tr-X yZ' Z' ' " Last nisrht the popular proprietress of of the . Yavborough House, gave a ball en masque,' which was largely attended ana much enoye!..; xnera were tte us Uui liUiiibcr'of elcvAr.i coataani3, some of which ware -very rich ' and fanciful and many were grotesque in . the extreme, and created much amusement, we saw one old man there cutting- up-more shines than a .young menkey and our opinion is that the -first set he tried to dance he became satisfied that he had undertaken a job ho could mot carry out, as we saw him immediately after the set concluded with his coat off, using a fan vigorously and blowing off the steam like a young engine. - His better half had better look after him more r closely as he needs a pair of blue glasses and a pack . of chewing gum -to make him dad gasted, ' first-class dude. Those in attendance . were so much pleased that another of the same kirfd will soon fol low. We. have scarcely ever seen, in the same sized: attendance, so many beauti ful ladies. The number was too large to particularize. We shall certainly attend the next and will try and give you better report. ; - !-;.- --f.-Z- .- "'-Tv' - We learn that many ' of our citizens and visitors wilr visit your city this and next-week . ,; xours truly, Z" Jnx Roby. Hot Wbatuee. . - ' v The same sun .that shines elsewhere shines also here; bo that we are getting some of tho beat that is so fierce else where! ;; The days therefore are- blazing hot out of the shade, and our visitors complain thereat . -But tho night comes with refreshing air and cooling . breeze?. Now fput yourself in his place": look at Richmond with its day temperature at 100, with no relief when darkness comes; at Washington withnts 99, and ice men dropping dead in their wagons; at New York with its 90, and men and children falling .in v swathea before the f fiery sickle: at Cincinnati, at Louisville, at bt. Louis, way up in the SO's, and a wind hot as tne Kirocco; look at tueso and keep COOL ; . - '' - ' - -1-..' V;:. Opera ; Hall-Geano Comedyi To 'Night' bythb- FikiHrf-jACK . Com pa- Two splendid farce-comedies interlarded with singing sentiment and many' laughs will be the feature of to nights perfor mance.' 'These artists are very energetic in their efforts to please and Asheville is proud of being able to offer to her guests and visi tors such first-class amusement at such pop ular prices 29 preyaiLf YZZ I ; : j . Miss Annie Firmin, is a superb actress, a beautiful woman of rare accomplishments, and most thorough training. 'Whether her efforts provoke tears or create laughter they mark the true artist Her sweet contralto voice Is charming to listen to, and her comic humor is infectious. Mr. John Jack is the prince of comedians, his appearance provokes roarsjof laughter and ensures a so ciable night. The evening will begin at 9 o'clock with the-very funny comedy of the Rough Diamonds," with Miss Annie rir- min as Margery and Mr. Jack as her Cousin Joe; to conclude with a side-splitting com edy farce of "Love in China.' Both of these artists and the entire company will appear to great advantage. Crowd the house and enjoythcplaya," , ' , . : ' V PCB1IC MEETIXG. : " ' t - Ma yob's Office, - :.ZV. Asheville, July 23 1883. f Z The sad intelligence of the death of Genhral U. S. Grant, at Mt McGregor, New York, at 8 a. m. this day having been received, the citizens of Asheville are respectfully requested to assemble in Mass Meeting at tne -Courthouse to-m or row the 24th insk, at noon, to take such action as may be proper as a mark of .re spect to the memory of the dead sol dier; - . ; ;; - :v x.V E. - J. ASTON, - yZZlZ J.ZZ:QtUt:-i:ti ...-'J Mayor. 4 A dance will.be given at, the Swan nanoa to morrow . night. Thesi , Swan nanoa dances are among the most pleas ant incidents of the season. - ,- lyEEr'lT BeFOEE .THB.PEOrLE, i" That the water at Haywood White Sulphur Springs is rj specific for all dis eases of tho Livertomacn and, &.ia neys. - , -. - ' ' - ' ' tf ;- . Pkivatb Bordinq -in Waynesville. The nndersismed is Dre?ared to accom modate a limited number pf boarders at her home in Waynesyiile. Convenient to the White Sulphur Springs. Accom modations guaranteed. Terms moderate. ti . . . . J51ES. J. a. O. MCINTOSH. ' Call at Once oh Powell & Snider' and get a superb, fresh wafer melon, just re ceived, and cheap..", n ..r ZV: Railroad Tickets. - - 1 ,: :' Parties having tickets to dispose of jn any 1 direction, will call on me at the Swannanoa Hotel.. . W. D. Jones. '-, tsei : '-..Z-yZ' ''''' '' '- " RAitP.OAn Tickets Bought aso Sopn -I will buy, sell or exchange Railroad Tickets from r to any point. Parties interested will do well - to call and see me -, ;.- . . - - - J. M. i'ocxq, . . . tse20 - At Carmichael's Drug Store. , Visitors will find the largest lot of Goods for presents at J. L. Wilko & Co.'s Book Store, Eagle buildi ng. " - ,. , 'Third Regiment Pure Mountain Dew' on draft, with - everytLing clse usually kept in a first-class bar, at W. O. Muller & Co.'s Public Square. Cat' Jones,' Dick Sorrell and Ben Young ask all to "dew drop in." :. ;., ; - . - ; ;;. . - A lar.e lot of Toys at cot at J L WU kio.s. ' Mr. A. II. liurrnn-?; ;, City Attorney cf Lynchburg, Va., is ona vImI t his broth er, Dr. J. A Burronirhs. TELEGRAPHIC associated press telegrams-spe- ; ' c1al to citizen, -' ' V. .Zx.x: i Z : z j j 1 -----? -.' .i Full Particulars of Ills Last y-.rZ:.y-z-ziiourst --.'-.f '- i'u'L';', 'i r? .if: '- 'v-J'--. ; A NATION ,ts jiovitymci 1 '.. ' Z,.: . Mr. McGKEaoB, July 23, 18S5. . . At 9 o'clock last night one of .General Grant's physicians conceded with some caution that the -patient might survive until July 23d.' 'His meaning -was that the sick man might yet be-living when midnight should mark a new day. , , The physicians's indication that 'it was , not apronosticationi was -borne out and more. The General 7 passed into the first hour of the day, and saw its light at sunset, and though in the early morning hours he still survived. , The .advent of July - 23rd marked a . change in Gen. Grant's condition which was significant The chill at his extremities was increas ing, and the use of hot applications to keep him warm in the extremities; and vital parts, were resorted to j They, were of some avail, but the artificial 'warmth was without power to refresh the . cause or; btate the i results bf the dissolution, which began Tuesdiiy' evening and had been progressing steadily, though grad ually.v Hypodermics of brandy". were, frequently given to stimulate his nagging physical powers, but later the effect on the patient, whose "vitality and' whose physical course were bo far spent as to furniBh no feeling; It 'was evident the efforts of the medical men were being made, because, none could standby 'with out making the trial of an expedient that might prolong .1Mb.. - This failed tof affect the patient, and it was believed he might reach the extreme ebb of his strength at one o clock this morning, and the ap proach of the hour was looked to with intense anxiety at the cottage. -, It has arrived, however, and the Gen'l is lying upon his back propped by two pillows upon the cot bed, in the parlor. ' He was yet livings out growing t-weaker; The close of the General's long sickness seemed more and mora . imminent.' , His feeble pulse-beats had worn therm-elves by theirapidity to fluttering throbs that could hot be gauged beneath ' the finger of the physicians. . The body was being worn out by Its own life current s rapid was its coursing through the veins. :: Ee- peaiedly brandy- w&a, enteied benaoth the skin of the General's arm, but despite its . warming influence respirations had quickened from 44 to 70, but during the evening to a point of labored br&tbing that was painful to , friends who grouped and bent near, the sick man.. When two o'clock had been passed and evidences of nearing death were multiplying,' in creasing respirations were not alone more rapid, but more shallow. - The lungs and the heart were giving-away. ' So weak had General Grant grown: at 3 o'clock that though frequently attempting to doze ho was unable, any .longer to -clear the gathering . mucus -from his throat Lit accumulated and remained. As 4 o'clock drew on and layliht came, at point when expectoratipiLwasirapossible, there was not left enoiiglk of strength and from 4 o'clock on. there wa in: his throat a significant rattle of mucous that was GI1- ing his lungs and clogging his throat. At 3 o'clock the General asked for water and after that it is not remembered that he7nttered any ' word.'" Ai ' 4' o'clock breathing was quickened . and reached 50 to the minute. , Ji.hoar later the respira tions had reached .sixty; and. between 5 and 0 o clock Jm finger nails had become blue and, hands iurther. evidenced pro gress -of. numbness t extremities and atevervj breath the j&iacns ,; clogging , in the. thrpalj was, growing noticeable;., y An embalmer from. New York will' be sum moned to preserve General Grant's re mains but the local undertaker will un doubtedly conduct immediate- details and convey the remaiBso.New York.. When the body shall have reached New' York the question of post mortem will be con sidered and . claimed by the family. Touching the place , for burial the Gen: eral a month ago, indicated three places as suiting his wishes ,in that: direction. The choice,, 'however,. ,was - narrowed down to two, qwins to. the natural wish of the General, that his wife should rest beside him. , A- strong desire, has been expressed to the family that the burial should take, place', in Washington; und efforts have,, been, pat 'forth to make New York the last resting placof the General. ' Before hi . death,' however. Gen. Grant left the choice of the burial spot entirely to Col. Tred Grant impos ing only the condition that the spot se lected ,shouldbe . such as- Mrs., Grant might rest by: his side.', His remains will be removed to New . York by special train and there prepared for burial.- ? incidents or the dying-Iuomxnts of v.;:;J'r:;. the' general. '7.--' A few minutes befdre eight o'clock Drs. Douglass, Shrady and Sands -stood on tl.s cottage veranda conversing on the cotxditiou of Gen. Grant, and discussing the proba bilities 6f "death and the limit of life left to the sick man, J.Irs, Sartoris' and steno grapcr Dawson was conversing a little dis tance away, while Henry, the nurse,' "was very nearby. Instantly upon scasnii. tl .t patient Dr. Douass ordered the fan.I'.y tj be summond to his bedside. Haste v 3 made, and Mrs, G r t, Mr. Jesse and U S, Grant Jr. snd wife, and Mrs." Ct.'. Grant were quickly beside the doctors u the sick man's cot. ' Mrs. Sartoris s, ! stenographer - Dawson lad followed t: doctors in. from the piazza, and the cnti . family was present except Col. Fried Grant,' . ' Our telegrams are very full in relation . to Goh. Grant's death. We are compel!; . ; ed, for want 6f time, to exclude ; much. We epitomize the latest despatches. The President of the United States has issued a proclamation appropriately an-'-houncing the death ' of Gen Grant, re- counting his great patriotic services, and ordering - that the Executive Mansion and all public offices be draped in mourn ing for three days; and that on the day of the funeral all public business shall be ' suspenaea; and appropriate military and naval' honors ' are f ordered to be oh- ' served. 'v;-'--"':" , Thelnews of the : death of Gen. Grant created !a. profound inprewsion In Lon- rlon. Signs of mourning are displayed . in all public places. . Mr, Gladstone and Mr. John Bright were much affected at the news. V . ' t 1 .A. . - . . .... ..... :, .t Z r Zt, -': Baltihokx, July 23. . , Though the expected intelligence of the death of Genl Grant wes received in Baltimore with profound regret, com- -' paratively few people knew of it until the bells, of the City Hall and fire depart ment j tolled . the sad 0 evejitt j Qn all public,, buildings . and -many private houses,' flags are displayed at half mast; and doom pervadds the whole population The overcast sky lends ableodnitv' to the sadness which. is everywhere apparent, and only- the calamity t which has be fallen the people !;fpoken of. ' There ia no political feeling; and those, who wore gray in time pf national trouble as sin cerely mourn the death of the great war rior'as do those" who followed the vic torious chieftain. 'In no community is there more severe grief than in Balti more. ... . ........ A Shooting at Virginia Beacli. f;'NoBJOLx,'V'A., JalyL23. ' J6hn 1 A. Brunmer. Jr., was shot last night at Virginia Beach. The b1 enter ed the left side just about the heart The wounded man's : condition is critical . Wm. ,Mitchell of Baltimore and Isaac Stoll 'of Jforfolk are under arrest. An examination before the police court' has not been heard, but the shooting grew Out of a. general fight. Brunmer is a Well : known local." ; politician and ex superintendent of the CSty; .Democratic Executive Committee, and was an applic ant for the Norfolk post officei.. , . ' - - '4 , ' "I " ' - PHI VAT EdUOATOB.' 7. ; ; , - '.. ' . ' . ProiL Venable's ledture Tuesday night at the College Chapel, before the Normal School, on the above subject was such a one In all respects, ad was expected from this gentleman. It abounded in strong suggestions and thoughts, born of years e 1 . m 1 . . ui experience ana careiui siuay 01 1111s important. Bubject. It was a valuable contribution to the service of the school, and can but aid and strengthen those who haveidetermined upon the erand and important work of teacher. It would be a valuable work to do, to hare all tbe ad- m dresses delivered this week printed and distributed to the student of this ' and other Normals. ; They are all worthy of it, and we hope this will .be done by the Board of Trustee. Vf . '' ; ' -- . xux , : .-, t cann.. . . ... It has fceen circulated bv the railroad oflicials . that - the , car containimr-Hhe Goldxboro Rifles was thrown from the track by reason of some member of tlia company tampering with the safety cord. " in renjy to tins we nave to say that this report itf false.' ' , AIv comDanyWaS nuttinir on their accoutrements, when v the acciden' hap pened, and there' was no tampering with danger cord or any thing, else. ' , -1 . ve cnarze tne accident solely and - only to-the' reckless running of the engineer.. - i, ij-' ;.' '. .. ..- , VV. T. HOLLOWKLL,Capt. Com ding. , - Wv Smith;' 1st Sergant. " r;Joly23, ixZ'i '. Z ' f! Boarding House X6tlc8. j.t';;s u.-. i - ', v Boarders Wasted. T hnva a orvrwl house, , good comfortable rooms, located on Bailey street, a short walk from Pub lic Square, " and would be glad to accom modate a few boarders by the month or 8eason.i Will keep , the best table the market anorus. 1 ; tjyl6 ' '" r ii" G.L. McDoham. - -.-JH' ". !' i '.' 11111 II" . - Summer tourists, fto the" mountains.) can find comlortable rooms rand good board at Antler Han (Xennent s View) 4 miles from Asheville. For. particulars, address P. O. Box 118, Asheville, N, C. n. ii. trood ooatins on nnest piece of - water any where near Asheville. , t . July b- mo , . , v.,v ;'.;: 1 a,,, , . rx, ;-, Private Boaediso.; , ; , : 7 ' . 7 y "Visitors can find nice 'oleasant rooms and good board, liberal rates at , xv Mas M. J IvinsoAi.KS,..' , July 23-1 wk f :; .' - Spruce StReet. BOAEU; FOB TBK SCMHB. ' ' Handsome location,' fine prove, lare' yard, new house and new furniture. Apply to 'i . i. Venable,- '7 . j."" f!' '" "! 'V'-' Academy Street,. J' : -julv 1 tf ''. near Male Academy. ; ; r ., ; ; i - . - . BoAxnraa. Good board, by the day, week or month," can be Beonred at the. residence of the Undersigned, on North side of WoodIn strpft, near the Baptist ' church. - Couifort:xL!e rooms, lare nhady , yard, a good table,' and ej.end.d water. Satisfaction guaranteed. ' , Members of the Teachers' Assembly boarded at i'1,00 per day. -Table boarders war.; -J. ijylo : . Maiiy A. .ihxeh. "Eixlys," "Eulns," "ErownV and. "Eon Ton" are tho l----t biard. of thoe . polish known to the trade, all of whudi re 6&i 1 Ly 1. v caver, r.t tne Una Price Llkoe Store. '"' ; 7 . E. II. KCr.Vr.LL, I7-p'r, ':, . WW "! "-' " W9 ?!F W 1 01 k"C iA A til J If Jk jtAt j- j - 9 TIM I. ''-M 1 in ie !