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: ; WEST "BIDE PUBLlfc SQTJiEKf v BILL HEADS, , J j LETTER HEADS!:; ,Sr---- .. . POSTERS,:. ; r, u ...... ... BLANKg ' A-; And yobJVork of all kinds don -wit I : ' fromftness and at low f rices." " Fpmar, Stono 5 Caneron, --. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. - -' 1 Year, fl Mos i Year, 6 Mos., aoo 75 Woeltly, VOL; NO. 119. . ; ASHEVILLRcN'JG SATURDAY EVENING: AUG, 39. 1885 - j PRICE :'5 CENTS ADVERTISING RA TBS .LOW, DAILY EDITION. Asheville Ttnsinefea-Directory. v General Merchants Wholesale and Retail, C. E. Graham & Co., S. K. Chedester & Son, J. D. Brevard & Co., J. O. Howell, 8. Hammershlag, : O. E. Lee, H. Redwood & Co., J. P. Sawyer, G. A- Mean, a. a. Jones & son, uearaen, Kuikia s w.. v. i. urowu, u. M. Kooerts. Garden and Held Seedfc ' Powell Snider. H. n J.vons. A. J. Merrill. H. Redwood t Co., J. O. Howell, J. P. Sawyer, Bear- aen, iuoKia co., u. u. Moncure. - Grain, .Hay and JTour. . J. R! Starnes, Powell t Snider, Alexander and rcnuuia. ' -- . - -- Hardware, Agricultural Implement, ice.' ' Penniman &. Co., VanGilder & Brown. Stove, IlousefurnUliing, and Tinware.' Ballard Bros., Brown & Bearden, Lindsey Bros. . Ctnthlnn. flrnhf FwmiiMno. tc Jvmes P. Sawyer, M. Levy, Charlea E Lee, S Boots, Shoe, and Hat. f, T. Weaver, HC. Levy. . : - Soot and Sitae Manufacturer! M. Levy, W.T. Weaver, A. Freck. ' Book and Stationery. . . J. L. WilWe, J. N. Morgan & Co., H. T. Esta- rook, II. H. Lyons. ' , u.. ' Druggist and PharmaccHtitii. H. IK Lyons, W. C. Carmichael, C. . De Vault ii Uo., u. n. Moncnre, w. j. reinara. . Musica. Instrument, &c Dc Vault Bros.. . - - Jcwclers. . C. Cowan, Steflner and Robertson. '- ' ..--; r. . - FanSv Orocertesir: .- roweii na '- Murrill. James Franks, J.J. Mackey & Co Jesse R. Starnes, () I. .McDonald, w. L,. Morean. n M. jennson. n. ' it XoUnd i Soiis-T. W.Shelton. J. R.TrulLG. H. Starnes, N. Penland, Penland & Alexander. Mrs. I. U. Smitn. - Butcliert, Meal Dealers, tc. Zachery Bros., Jjnes Lusk T. K. Davis, Mo- Connell and JJrakJ. . - Bakerie. '. J. J. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Oliver, Confectioners and Baler. J.j. Desmond, factory), J. M Heston, T Wells Saddlery, .Harness tc. H. M. Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penland. '- v Furniture, tc. , V' . W. B. WUliamson. Mooro & Falk, P. 8. Mo- Mullcu. Undertaker. , . X. Brand, J. Vi Brown, John Clayton " final Dealers. '' 8. F. V enable, D. S. WaUon, Hili and Atkins N. W. Gird wood dc Co. ..' ,. ., '. ' Lumber. Dealer "' oiibleday .t Scott. Contractor, Carpenters, and Builder. 1. (ioronllo. John Hart. J. A. Warner. T. C. WestalL E. J. Armstrong, J. K-Buttrick, T. L. Clayton, A.. G. West. 1 ' Blaeksmitln -' D. W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. Hotels. ; : : 8wannan)a, Euglo, Grand Central, Western, . 'Carolina House, siaie House, me vuia. Private: Boardinq .',:: S. F. Venable, A. T. Summey. ' Miss Bettle Brown;"ilisses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. F. Emer son, Miss Smith, T. W, Keel, Mrs. A. B. Chunn, J. ii. Carter, G. M. Roberta, R. H. Grahl, G. L.Mc Donald, M. J. Fagg, J. A. Fagg, J. E. Rankin, W. 'lVJleynolds, Mre.T. El Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs. ' Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathers, Mrs E 1.. Baird, w. w. McDowell, James w. .ration, mis. " llcesttr Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H. C. France, Mrs. A. Sinclair P 8 McMullen, Forrest W West. Livery. Sale and Feed Stables. Reynolds & Chambers, J. M.Ray, W A. Wed dln. James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. StansUl Cox, E. W. Hern don, S. H. Barnard, G. W. Morgan & Co E. T. ClemmoBS, Jesse . Btaxues. f '" Colleges, Schools, &c. " Ashevillc Female College, Asheville Male Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High Sr-hool for young ladies. Miss lawyer's Primary School, Mrs. J. P. Gammon's Primary School, three wlilto public schools two eood colored chxls. -A graded school has been authorized by law, and a State normal school will be held every summer. . Millinery, fcc Mrs. H. M. Herndon, 8. Whitlock Mrs. M. X. Maun, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs RR Porter. ' . s . Attorneys At Late. . , MsLoud Moore,. J. Jl. Merrimoa, E. H. Mer - rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger & Car ter.4. H. Gudger.-F. A. Sondley, W. 8. Cushman, Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W. W. Vandiver, Davidson fe Martin, T. A. Jones, 8. H. Reed, W. B. Gwyn, Locke Craig, W. B. Whitson, . Jones and Hardwicke, Johnston C- Shuford, W.:M. Cocke, Natt Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, V. S. I.u&k, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman, Physicians and Surgeon. D. J. Cain, W. L. t W. D. Hilliard, John Hey Williams, J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. Kelson, Wardlaw McGiil, H P. Gatchell. Dentist.- G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, B H. Reeves, A. B. Ware. Banks, Bankers and Brokers. Bank ol Asheville, Sluder & Barnard. . Merchant Tailor. J.W. Schanie. Dealer in, Fun. ' , v- . M. Ellick. Heal Estate Agencies. Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Natt Atkinson, E. J. Aston, It. M. Joues. Architect and Civil Engineer, 8 F Venable. J A Tennant, . Tubaceo Warehouses.1- . - . The Asheville Warehouse'. The Banner Ware ' house, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware house, The Buncombe Warehouse. Tobacco llanvjacturers Chewing and Smoking. 1 8. B. West, McCarty & Hull, J. E. Ray, E. I. Holmes tC., 8helton dc Perry, W. P. Williamson. ' Coopers, die. . L. F. Sorrell, N. W. Girdwood, William Weaver, - Hart, , .... - r - r . ; - Wines,LiquorrJce.i i I LoughVah Bros., Hampton & Featherstone, W. O. Muller, dc Co., A. P. Sorrell. -.. .. Tailor. J J, C. Brown & Co., Patton Avenue. . '.!' "1 . ' Paper Ilanqer. ' ; ' Cain dc Hunt, Moore dc ) ,' v '. Fitepatrick. Newspapers Daily and Weekly Citizem, Daily and Weekly Advance, The Asheville Tribune (weekly.) Job Offices. ' ' ' : ' The Citizen Job Oince, Hunt dc Robertson. Photograpliers.. Nat. W. Taylor, W. T. Robertson, T. T. Hill. Grist Mill, dec. Jordan t Hallyburton. ii. W, Girdwood, Jas. E. Buttrick. McLane: . Fertilizer, dee. .? F. U. Waddell, "Star Brand." Penniman dc Co., Anchor Brand," G. M. Roberts, Alex. Porter, Piedmont," W. 1L Penland, "Owl Brand," Bear den, Rankir. C Co., "01er t- Co.'s Special," Lxpn & Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes, "Ar lington," W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," S. W. Insurance. ' '. E. J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch. . W. U. Telegraph. S. G. Weldon, manager. .-. Southern and Adam Expire. - F. A. Stikeleather, manager. Civil Officer of Buncombe County. '" Sheriff J. B,Rich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; 8. Clerk E. W. Herndon; Register J. R. Pattersor.; Treasurer J. H. Courtney; Surveyor B. F. Patton; Tax Collector T. W. Patton. - Inferior Court. 'V ' Tustice G. A. Shuford: Clerk Mont Patton: Solic tor H. B. Carter. . - 4fe J. E. Rankin, J. A. Reagan, G. W. WEItson, L. Childs, Thos. D. Brittain. - Justices of the Peace. -' A. T. Bummcy, N. A. Penland, T. W. Patton, C. WW. J M. lfdford. J. M. Jftrratt. J. B. Cain. . City Government. , . - ' Mayor E. 3. Aston; Aldermen W. 'T Reynolds, Alonzo Rankin,- Geo. F. bcott, I. H. Gorenflo, N. W. Girdwood and J. L. Murray. Policemen F. N Waddell, Chief; W. G. McDowell, J. H. Hamp ton, Hugh Postell and T F Hunter. . Fire Department. s Hose N. I, : oreman 11. C. Fagg; H. dc L. Kb. 1, Capt. F A. H - banUary Department, . Dr. D T Millard, Sanitary Chiet ' . Federal Officers ' TJ. 8. Commissioner,- A. T. Summey. Deputy Collector, (stamp office) A. D. Cooper. District Deputy 8. C. Herren. Deputy Marshalls, R. O. Patterson, A. C. Patterson, t K. Davis, H. 8. Har . kins - ' ... : United States District and Circuit Courts Judjie R. P. Ditk, Solicitor J. E. Boyd, Clerk J. E. Reed, Deputy Clerk P. A. Cummings. , . V .. Pott Office. - : t n. L. Gud?er P. M., Clerks Ci B. MoqibV W. I Kerman, C. L. Cliff. Sewing Machine Agencies. 1. k- Wheblcr t WilFon, J. H. Herring, Oicf Clerk ' Miss Bessie Justice. Singer, M. H. Morynihan, Chief Clerk W. Monteath. Domestic, S. R. Ched ester dc Son, Chas E Lee. . County Board of Education. - A. T. Summey, J H Sams and B G Gudger. First - ngular meetinjr first Monday in Bcptembcr. - DAILY EDITION. INTERESTING READING M ALTER V - ON THE FOURTH PAGE. ArriTal and Departure of the Tralnm. Sausbubt Mail train arrives 87 a. k. " , ; " Departs 6:47 p. H. " Dav train arrives at 2:14 p-it. " , " departs at 10:30 a. x Tennessee Arrives 6 :S7 p. k. Departs 8:47 A. K. WAYSESvriiiJt Arrives 3 :S0 p. ic ; " Departs 9:00 A. x. The Waynesville train reaches that point at 11:30 : returning, leaves waynesvuie at lsb. W. T. Weaver, Sole Agent for Hess' Janu-Made bhoes for men. tr : Sendour Job Work of all kivds to tKe Citizen ' Office if you vant il done neatly, cheaply, and vAUl dispatch. THE DAILY CITIZEN : 'Will be published every evening (ex cept; Sunday) at . tbe following rates strictly conn: . ' . One Year, . . H . . (6 rjO .Six Months, " .':..s. J: V . 3 00 Three ' . i . ;. : , . 1 50 One Week, 15 Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev ery evening m every part 01 the city to our subscribers, and parties wanting it will please call at the Citizen Cthce. . ... v.-f The Daily Citizen ... -,'.' tiives the only telegraphic dispatches received. Ginger Ale, the great Summer drinky at Pelham's, by the bottle and on draught. ' . . r..' ' tf. : It was the Rev. Thomas Stradlev not John who was the subject of the accident noted m yesterday s issue. : Mrs. Stuart McMullen, of this city, is visiting relatives in Knoxville. : A big laugh awaits all who visit the Opera House to-night. Mrs. Jacob Thompson, and her grand daughter, of Memphis, are stopping at the bwannanoa Hotel. Bishop Wilson will preach at the Meth odist. Church to-morrow morning at 1 1 o clock. .Preaching also at the same church to-morrow night. . ' "Mr."J. C Lu Bird, having 'done the Roan and other mountain resorts, is again in Asheville,-! this time representing ; the naraware nousc ot Messrs. K ie a to., 01 Kichmond. Our thanks are due to our friend Boul- din, of the Danville Times, for the kindly interest he manifests in. the Citizen, and which is so pleasantly expressed. Bouldin is so sincere that his opinion is valuable. Oar streets look deserted to-day, com pared with yesterday. The West excurs ion from ; the .bast Kept things quiet lively the past day or two. The venerable Mr. Geo, R.. French of Wilmington : has . .be&n spending some weeks in the mountains with his daugh ter, Mrs. M. C. Toms, at Ilendersonville. The nine hundred people who came up on the excursion, and spent the past forty-eight hours in 'Asheville, was the most orderly crowd we hsve ever seen. It was a great Measure to Asheville to have them, for more reasons than one. Our friend Dr. M. W. Gudger, of Rip ley, Tenn., carried with him to his Ten nessee home some of the characteristics of the place of his birth j He raises big apples, and recently sent the editor of the Kipley JXews one measuring twelve inches in circumference. The Wachovia Band of Winston- Salem, which accompanied the excurs ion, made some excellent music from the balcony of th Grand Central yesterday evening, greatly -to the enjoyment 01 many citizens as well as visitors. It is a very fine band, composed of excellent young men. Our friends C A. Boone, of Orlando, Fla., with his family, arrived from' the South Wednesday, and stopped over a few days in the city. They are on route to WaynesviUe, to visit relatives and friends, being a brother of .Ml J..;K. Boone, the excellent clerk of Haywood county. ' We are always pleased to see our friend. ' He is now one of tbe most prominent merchants of the growing city ofOrlando. The usual Sunday services, under the auspices of the Young Men's . Christian Association,' . will - be held , to- morrow afternoon at G o'clock, on Battery Porter. We are glad to note the interest taken in these services. The circumstances under which they are held give them peculiar impressiveness. With the grand panorama spread around, the feelings are disposed to devotion, and the heart is ready to respond to the emotions which rise in view of the beautiful works of the Creator. Prayer seems to go np more direct to the Throne of Mercy, and songs of p.raise have a power that they seem to acquire because they echo back from the overspread canopy of Heaven. - 1 Owl Brand Did It. - ,' v. Mr. John T. Parker, of Weaverville section, used Owl Brand fertilizer this season, purchased through the agency of w. it. remand, lie has tobacco leaves, just gathered, which measure twenty inches broad and thirty-five and one-half inches long, is of fine texture, and altogether very excellent. I' We wish he .had a- million pounds of such tobacco. 'r He .will have some fine specimens for the great exhibit at the Fair.'- -, ' -t.-- ' v.;. v: f-:;:.. The North State. "'vT" A circular rom the editors, Messrs Thomas B. Kcogh and James E. Boyd, notifies nsof the revival of .this 'well known paper; :'We welcome it back with pleasure, for. while the AbrtA iState was very ardent in its political views; it was generally fair; ard it was always court eons.v And it was always edited with an ability that commanded respect, not only from the party it represented, but from all readers of every political complection , " ' - -V j - The Foiaowing are New: Japanese StSrolkj 15 to 50 cents: Screen fans $125 to $250; Small fans 2:to 30 cents; Fine eather fans in Sandalwood or Ivory frames 2 to 400; FrerrChr China Festoon plates richly decorated 60, to 5 cents; Jeas and bolilam sets CO "to 2 00; Polka Dot, (Jraquelle and Amberina Glass in all colorf; Curiosities and Native Carved wood work. - Law's. . ..- - Opposite Eagle HoteL AS OTHERS SEE US. A LADY'S SKETCH OF ASHEVILLE 1 AND I1& SVRROtJNDINGS. Correspondence f the- Coding tea (Ky.); Com vv t- nonwealto. . .' Under date of Julr 18th, Miss) Mary Lynch, a-visitor from" Covington, Ky.. writes a very pleasant letter id her home paper of Asheville. The whole letter Is very happily written, and weTeeret- we have not space to reproduce all she saya. we maice a iewjjxtract?.:.. ;i - iairirvtTTv M." f Tnlw Ifi Our party lefiSCovineton on ' the': 7th inst., just as the sun's rays began" to pour down on us with fervent heat. Reached Asheville (an altitude . of 2,500 feet) on. tne vtn. ana drawing up to the Bwan nanoa about 3 o'clockCinthc evening, we found the rest we sd much neededi a good hotel, which we can xecommend to fellow-travelers. : Next morning got a list 01 tne noaraing-nouses and drove around the village in search of a ' house. We were disappointed in the appearance of me piace. -insieaa 01 a- uwe namiet embowered in shade it presented quite a city-like appearance; . 5004, .substantial ones : Business nouses ana aweiimgs, with small grounds and(very little" shade, liaeaxaed to oa Ihat-tUu bfcAjfls- tjf the Southern sun were more piercing and penetrating thanyours. - we had heard that coolness prevailed herein this "Land ot the Sky," at all seasons. - rWe rode on sighing "for a lodge in some vast wilder ness, some boundless- r contiguity; of shade." Finally we located at a pleas ant, homelike villa, with ample grounds, on tne mils opposite tne town proper, separated by a ravine spanned by a rustic Dnage; Dut tne greatest attraction is the nevertiring view in front of our cottage, the valley and gentle slopes of the sur rounding hills and, above, all, the grand mountain ranges in the distance fac simile of those: that first met my youth lul eyes and surrounded ray childhood s happy home representing the Blue Ridge and Peaks of Otter. : 1 ' The chief amusement here is riding on horseback. , going on some occasions to distant mountains to get a more .delightTi lul view; spending sometimes several days climbing mountains, capping out or sleeping three and four in a bed at the foot. , Tastes change , according . to circumstances;' here, they ..are. primitive- WUA S UACfct V V UaUA vU UlVUUWtiU breezes and exercise to cure our infirmi ties. We have taken several rides, pass ing handsome villas; one owned by Mr. Connelly; a Richmond millionaire, a few miles from- town, the road rough', wild, romantic, leading upa hilKor little moun tain, I should say, ' on the summit of which is the elegant house aniLgrounds, hedged with the laurel and adorned with all the beauty that nature combined with art can bestow.JSVe 'Btopped; ;tdr'gaze. The lovely" Valley,": grand "mountain e(enery JbtjtHe distance, and through the green meadows below the Swannahoa after rollicking and tumbling above comes sneaking along in ambush, turns sud denly and empties itself into the French Broad; and they flow on together where the sun retires to rest.? ; " Altogether -this presented themost magnificent panorama I ever beheld. The organs of sublimity . idealty and veneration , were satiated, and we were awed iniA ; perfect ',. silence before the aacij-d-jji . vi. Aioiiui-- auu. cHuio a juu ; ;t ;We were loath to leave this .Elysium j but. began our descent along the rugged, rather dangerous way, crossing the river and passing through skirts of forests, nailing wn enthusiasm old acquain- tav-. - in' 5 the chestnut burr, laurel; chinquepin, whortleberry, notes ot fa miliar birds reviving sweet memories of childhood," ; Making thoughts that long have slept, .t -; Kindling former smiles again ' " - In faded eyes that long have wept.'. Miss Lynch then gives a graphic descript ion of Richmond Hill,': Beaucatcher. bat tery Porter, Tahkeostee and other attractive scenes. She concludes :'1 '' ' '.' ' :!. "The young people of this' house will leave to-morrow for a trip up "Craggy,". (6,090 feet) ' some in carriages others on horseback. , My - youthful spirits . would enjoy the excursion but age Jorbids, These pastimes are more ennobling than the ball rooms ot the lashionabie resorts and their accompaniments,, cards . and talks. &c. " ' " " " ' The chief traffic of .Asheville is the weed. I. hear the old familiar sound of the tobacco horn every morning. ' The farmers bring, it. in W snialt quantities I and lay it in piles on the floors of the large warehouses. When a' sumcierif quantity is collected it is pressed f 'Qto a hogshead I for other markets. Strange that man 'should be so' earihltf when all these surroundings point Heaven The donkey which we 'often rilett here is a curiosity to us Northerners; they are hitched to little carts, but like the mule will not be driven;- -. , ': t::?'- : t . There are watercures,: ! faith I- cures,' mind cures and this is the air 'cure, fast coming into notoriety Invalids are coming in daily from the .North, bast, bouth and yest, ..none Jor pleasure except ! what the riding affords and the grand scenery we enjoy at every step. Ijome traveler has said that . there is none firier in America than in North Carolina The society that congregate here are of the intellectual class, reading and conversing when not out i inhalicer the -pure, X Iresh, health-giving air. In a few days the effect i-ravenous appetite- clear., complexion, vivacity of spirit, the medicine (air) is so stimulating. - Some of the boarding-houses take more serious invalids, and are pre pared with all necessaries for the sick, and are called sanitariums. Some of the delicate ones think theyCanaot live out tf this atmosphere, and make this place a perma nent abode or, visit it, yearly. Pleasant boarding houses may be found in almost every family both in town and the vicinity, wnicn make it so homelike and agreeable free and easy, especially for children, who have thejfkeys ,of the grounds," which (hey enjoy to perfection, without fear of accident or diet, and they can cry as loud asthey please. (-. - : ..J J ..Our hospitable host and hofitessi Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hunt, make their boarders feel at home, and take an 'interest in their recreations. ..We are so accessible to town we can walk over, to church, on business, or to pay. a visit.'- Of evenings we are re galed with delightful vocal music,, some times a little social dancing, which makes us keep too late hours.? v - C. H. Miller . and- :A9olphus Smith, salesmen for assignees', are' offering a large and well assocted stock of goods at first cost prices in Room No: 3 of old Cen tral Hotel, Asheville,, Ifc C.'Tl)ese gen tlemen are instructed by Messrs, -Weaver & Shuford, assignees, tosellthe aboye goods strictly at cost, to show bills to any doubting Thomas. They will take great pleasure in Waiting upon t the public. Call and examine the goods whether you buy or not ;.-.-" ; - :- ' A : i The best 5 cent Cigar In town at Ly ons' "White RoseJU - - A';T3eovi Convestios. It has just been discovered that old Mr,; Brbwri 'who; died in England some two hundred years ago or rnore, left large estate;" which has been increasing at a rapid rate ever since. . The descend ant of this Mr. Brewn came to. America in a state ofi, inipeconioeity,'," iiot able at that time to -control -rither the old..man.or the.. estote,-and have gener ally remained so -ever . since. Naturally enough the information that the estate how; "said to' exceed 1 tivo ' hundred and flfty'mHlronS of ; dollaraj was .ready for division has created some flutter in ; the Brown lamily, and whenever the Brown family begin tor flutter it amounts to a national - brqeze. As promptness in hi things is necessary, the Browns are desir- ions' bf acting at once," and move in solid ' vl m.1 : 1 pxia.iu2. upou uitt juuuvy wj long wnn held rom them by a greedy- monarchy and as correspondence would beslow and annoying the Asheville-branches of the brown ammty have concluded to call National Brown Convention, to meet in Asheville at an early day, to take such steps as may be necessary in the prem- ises ' A8 ine conventicnjs ziueiy to be the largest e.ver heldxmn)ca.tlM nu iroauo aim rrotenj n Ave arranged lor reduced rates, and the Mavor and Citv Fathers have decided to tender the free dom of the'Arty,. including. the new buil ding just fitted UD for citv uses.-- and are also considering the probable necessity of asking Gov. Scales to call an extra ses sion of the legislature to extend the cor porate limits bo as to be sure of accom modaung the whole Brown Convention The , week, of the Fair has been agreed upon; as' the proper time to have the convention, and the 24th of . October the day, as the new crops in thii and adjoin ing States will be gathered by that time and our caterers will feel more comforta ble over the matter of supplies: v Messrs. E. L. Brown, J. V. Brown, W. Hi Brown, are a committee on arrangements, and notification, and all Browns, or their kin, or cunnecuonB, are recjuesiea 10 noniy them at once, of their wishes and pur poses; ' These gentlemen also ': ask the press of tbecountrv to-, call attention to this con vention y and the time and place, in order to facilitate the matter. All will gladly do so. as a nublic benefit, for the immediate addition of .two hundred and fifty-millions : of dollars to our cur rency; would greatly aid in removing the business depression so long upon us. Let us all help. :i,!z .-. Kikimly Sentiments. J From the Elizabeth Citv Economist: ' . . r--.-, Tr 'The. Asheville .Citizen' has been' in some pecuniary,, trouble, but its friends came to tne rescue and relieved it and it. is now stronger than before. It would be an evil daf for' Wastern North' Caro lina if the" lieht of theAsheville Ch:ki should be extinguished.' , 1 -- from the Marion Tsuglet The Ashe ville Crrtztfx &jb: If Every: day we are in; receipt of letters' frorh all ' parts of.the country asking about "Asheville and estern North Carolina. Our corres pondents expect to find what they want in the Citijes tvve have given a great 1 deal in onr columns, but we do net ster eotype sur inatter, and we can not keep in a eupjfcly of back nuaiUers .- ' We ajjrain renew our proposition that an intelligent and comprehensive pam phlet be, pre pared. aaxwv as possible, and a very jarge . aumber printed. Mt will be a - very great investments We renew the . proposition made more than once. .; It may be like pouring water on a duck's back. " But we appeal again." We; too., are: in receipt of letters of a similar import and join heartily in the proposition which - the Citizen makes. The CiTizBN, has done more than any other one factor to develop Western North Carolina. ' Its zeal has been great. its efforts untiring and impartial... Yet, a monied king not long since tried to sup press the paper by selling out the appar atus under the auctioneer's hammer. Bah ! i Western North 1 Carolina ahould take a pride in, and love the Citizen as it loves and, prides in. Western North Carolina. The pamphlet suggested is a desidera tum. An intelligent, comprehensive l&imphlet, true to nature would doubt less occasion emigrants to pour in here and make .Western North Carolina in deed,' and in truth the Switzerland of America.,:,., .; ' : 4-, :-: The. Bo asp. or Medicai, Examinees ;!, Who have been' in session here.1 Ihi9 week,,have concluded their labors. fThis I enaa ineir work ior nis year, naving met some time since in Raleigh. The tqembersof the .Board present were Dr. yt B Wood, phairman.Dr. W J II Bel lamy, secretary, and Drs Duffey, Reagan, Murphy, Alston and Knox. . - . .; '-The following gentlemen were granted license under the laWs of this State: J W Speight, Perquimans; L G Broughtoh, C V BroughtoB; Wilson; J R Pearsall, Burke; J B" Lucas; A T Cooper, Tampson; G ,W Lewis, Nash; F W Lowry New begun;.: Creek;, Alex. U Bulla. 'J-F Beall, j Joseph.- Hill,- Davidson; W H Bagwell, Pitt; . H Robbins, Bruns wick; E Q. Register, J C CoHncill, j B Phil lips, Watauga; E M Littlejohn, Warren; M W Gibson, IredelLfiW PiIvey, Catawba; I A Harris, Joseph H Way, Buncombe; R-L Allen, Hay wood;-J C Tilson, Madison; J R Anderson, 2' S' Rosseile . Lincoln; A M Bennett, J H Te ague, Jackson'; George Datghton, Alieghftny; R" BTCllhah) Alex anders; T R Straw, Ashe 1 J W Patton,;,J F Abernethy, Cherokee; G'.E , Young, Rutherford. '' -. ' ".;". ' ' : y.-, . The : Board : has - had . most pleasant, -though very laborious sessions at both places.. 4-TkeyV meet" again- next May at Newbern. .' ' Z'- . . ; . ... . - A Doublp Comedy Bill-, To-Night at the OperV Hall. ,. , ; ; : The, Firmin Jack Comedy Company, jubilant over the splendid house lastjnight will bubble; over Vrith : fun to-night'-in presenting their double Comedy bill for the amusement 'of our1 visitors arid play -' goers generally. We advise all to attend who wish a plea Mint evening, and relief froiv the cares of every day life. - a 1- A HtmbBEDfES 'Nailed: - Persons interested in keeping visitors away from Hay w;ood White Sulphur Springs are trying by all manner of false hood to make tbem belisve there are no accommodations here, when the truth is, I can accommodate comfortably, one hundred guesta.: - . . ' ".:.--:'. ; :-J." C. S. Timbeblake. '.. Aug. 20th. 1885. ' 'l' " ' ' ' ' WaInted; ;,V "': TI;( " Ajl! experienced ' reliable Nurse, to take charge of the Hospital to be estab lished in ' Aslievijle under the auspices of the Ijidics'Iloweir Mission, . Apply at the Carolina lloustv au27tf ! - '1. i (for tne Ashevme Ctnzn, PLEASANT; WORDS FOR-WAYNES-I -YILLE THE MOUNT AINt-GIRD- ,LED CITYjOF THE .WEST.; j,; To: the'Editori of the Gtteen.-; Z rkar.Sirt am I having an unusual privilege this week the privilege .of re cruiting a whole week in Waynesville with which I have had hitherto only transitory and business contact. 1 need not advertize my enjoyment of tbe situa tion.. Editors can easily. imagine how school nn.n must feel who : escapes from the tread-mill into t,be. fountains for a .' I reckon it will neither arouse a feeling or ieaiousyj-nor ; discredit my; known allegiance to . , the ? Queen City of the Mountains" for me to say that Waynes ville is-beyond question in a situation of surpassing beauty. TThe town itself is the centre of a circle.;whose doubly dentate perimeter is made up of moun tain which for the varied beauty of size and, form and. coloring are unsurpassed in the world unless it be by. some sec tions of Switzerland. V Think of it, I stood this morning ou: a slight eminence with in the town and counted more ! than Uiirty ToftTTeaks-rnrthtojisM which stood up. liko .sturdy, divine sen tinels to guard the houses of Waynesville and the adjacent vales from a thousand ills and evils which burden the houses of busier, leveller lands.. All these peaks were bathed in the peculiar limpid sun- iigui wmcn omy muanum airs -admit, except one nere ana mere 111 at wore a cap of mist or cloud which made them look somewhat older, graver, graver than the rest At evening the scenery is even finer; . When the softened light of the sun at setting falls in purple and saffron shafts along the corrugated sides of the westerly range it affords the best exam ple nature ever gives of how God only can rightly mingle the gorgeous and the pure.. No wonder that Mr. Morrison, the noted artist of Atlanta, pitches his studio in the Thesaalian vale of the Hay wood White bulphur where he can take in from- the very air an inspiration which becomes a concrete existence when his brush and pencil make the , canvas breathe. , . , - ...... These citizens of the nlace whom I have the pleasure of knowing well are as intelligent ' and ; hospitable as can be found any where; and there is entering into the people, a spirit' of enterprise which before many years will cause the enlarging borders 01 the town to press upon the enclosing mountain bases. Then Waynesville -will7be" a picture indeed, a picture of true-showing how beautiful is art when sucking on the bosom of motherly nature. - . My brother-in-law.- Mr- R. D. Gilmer.1 of: the legal fraternity, has lust arrived irom Abbeville. I think he has made a wise choice in the selection of Waynes ville as a place for a home and for busi ness. JNot that there is not a dent v of law yers here and good ones at that, but the country is now rich, progressive and so varied and inexhaustible m its resources that the youngest lawyer that born to day will die of old age before he sees the end of its development. very truly, . Jaues Atkins, Jb. Miss Annie Fibvin's Benefit Last Ene- The crowded and intelligent audience that assembled at the Opera House last night to enjoy Shakespeare's charm ing love story of Romeo and Juliet, must have been ' very gratifying to the bright star of the Company, Miss Annie Firmin, and if she was pleased, we can answer for the delight of the auditors, who were treated to sogiandarepresen-tation-of this famous play. Miss Firmin. as- the heroine, was an ideal Juliet, and the frequent applause that greeted her efforts, evinced tbe satisfaction of the crowded assemblage. Mr. William Mar court deserves praise for hia Jioiueo. Katie Firmin was an admirable nurse, a ud John Jack was the Friar to the life. Nan, tlu Good-for-nothiuQ, supplement ed the play, and sent all home - in excel lent hiimor. ' The Company play again to-night.- -r ' - ; Seeing The City Unbeb . Pleasaxt Cib- oumstances. A pleasant and distinguished party ac companied Col. Frank Coxe in a ride around and through the' city yesterday evening in his elegant Tallvho. There were Miss.;Tonipsori of Memphits, grand daughter of the late Hon. Jacob Tompson; Miss Lyons of Rich HpMid, daughter of Judge Lyons; Mis3 Nellie Coxe, of Phil adelphia, neice of Col. Coxe, Gen. G T. .Beauregard, and Col. beible ot Columbia 8. C. The streets were free from dust, and all enjoyed the evening's ride. Messrs. Dan Summey, Will Heston, Wayne Ray, Prof. H. O. Hymes, and William Justice represented Asheville Thursday night at the masquerade ball in Henderaonville, and returned yester day. They were charmed with -ijieir trip, tbe ball, and specially the young ladies. Some of the young men apeak ui reiurumg, . n . .. - M Oar people are unanimously outspoken in praise 01 the extraorcimaniy good character of the immense crowd which came upon the excursion. One citizen said "write- a ten column article' on the high character and orderlv conduct of the crowd." It certainly! deserves all that could be said in their "favor- Win ston, Greensboro, Durham, High Point, Salisbury and intervening points along the Road - have certainly established closer relations of a most pleasant char acter. We shall welcome them again, at all times, and it is hoped, often; :.t Railboad Tickets Botobt and Sold I will buy, sell - or exchange Railroad Tickets from, or to any point.. -Parties interested will do well to call and pee me- " . - J. M. xouns, tse20 . At Farmers Warehouse. 10 FAT cattle for sali WtU deliver the1 above cMtlft on cars at Warm Hpriogs tor 2 ceal gross, it applied for in ine neii bjx aays. ... S' TATE OF KORTH CAROLINA, -- . um;umi5js uouAix. Sale of Valuable Land. , By virtue ofadecre of the Superior Court oi Buncombe county. I will proceed to sell at the Court House door in the city of Asheville, county and State aforesaid, on Saturday, - 19th .day of September next, the farm property ot the late Mis.xancy K. Stevens, situateu on tne Asneviue and SuartaDbunr Railroad, three and a half miles South of Asheville, containing one bund fed aid twenty-five acres, more or Jew. A good frame dwelling house, good out buildings, line water. good young orcnara, nity 1 -.sixty acres spienuia wood land, teu or twelve acres line meadow. Sold for division. Terms,, Twenty per cent- cash, balance in-ono and two years, with approved note and Kccurity. E, 3. ASTON, . augzu-ius uommissioiier. i TELEGRAPHIC. associated, peess telegrams spe- i Bi Owing to a sudden sicknes o; the operator, our dispatches aire cut rsfj on to-day. Citizen. , , , ,;-f . ' PEACE BETWEEN EXG- ; LAND . ' AND i RUSSIA- -; i ,t THOUGHT: TO BE ; : - - . . . : : ' ; jLondok, Aug. ,'29.!'., . It is almost certain that peace between X4iituuu uuu iviism on me vignan que' tion is now completely assured.- The two narliamenta are at present busily engagefl in arranging the last. of. the: details of a mutual understanding, and negotiations to a proceeeding rapidly and harmoniously. Thc business of conducting these final negotiations to a happy termination is en grossing all the time of Baron de' StaM, the Russian -Ambassador to England; :and in consequence, he. has beep compelled to forego Ins customary vacation, and remain here during the August heat, which Ion ago drove all the' resident English states men out of the town. The Baron, ever since the arrival of thc 'Marquis of Salis. bury, hag daily sent to British ' foreign office for transmission to him very large telegraphic correspondence; and the same office has alieady dispatched to the BriGeh Premier a number of special messengers wau impurmni connaeniiai tetters, uuring all this time the Russian Ambassador has also heen busy in attending to the vast cable correspondence which his govern ment has been carrying on with him con cerning the adjustment of the " Central Asairi difficulties from St. Petersburg." " . ,TIis Cliolcra in Spain. if . . . . ft Jl Perceptible Decrease of the Pestiletice-' ' ....Ma-OB.id, Aug, 29. ; : There were 3,575 new cases of - cholera and 1,190 deAths from the disease repor ted throughout Spain yesterday.' ' ' , New Yorlc .Market., , r; ... .,.New.:Yob, Aug. 29. .. The Stock Market .was decidedly weak at the opening this morning, ' first priced showing a deline of t6.;-per cent'ex cfipt iferth western, "which : was unchang ed, and Uriion and Pacifi;, which was & higher. : The prominently weak : Stocks was Lake'Shore, Pacific, Mail and Jersey Central, all of which were J per cent, lower; : The market continued weak, and ! moderately activo during the first quar ter of the hour,' when the decline was checked, and rene wed dullness -again Bar in, and so. continued during the remain-: deriofuia moi-.ninaiAt the.sanie tinie. prices slowly cre.pt up, most of the early losses being recovered: - Svbilo AVestern UiTion is 1". irtid Iackawanna and -North western higher- than they opened j-: at II, o'tock, ' -The market is very dull, but firm., -Total sales first hour, 5700O shares Baltimore aiarketa. .. v. . Baltuiob, Aug. 28. Flour. ; steady and 1 quiet. ; Wieat Soulhein, lower and steady, western lower and closing dull. -Southern red 89 91 ; "amber 9496.' No.' 1 Maryland 90J90, No. 2 western winter red spot 86i bid Corn Southern steady and quiet, western lower and quiet. South ern white 5051, yellow 5153.- . 'Bixlvs." "Buttons." "Brown's" and "Bon Ton" are the best brands of shoe polish known to the trade, all of which ate sold by W, 1. Weaver, at the One Pi ice Shoe Store. , . ' PrivAtb Boaedinq in .Waynsvillk. " ' The ' undersigned is prepared to ac commodate a limited number of boarders her home in Waynesville.: Convenient to the White Sulphur Springs. : .Acconj-- modations guaranteed. 1 erms moderate tt " .. , Mas. J.U. B. MCINTOSH. Obdeb YcuaCoAi wiinji Pbices are dowk. Claud II. Miller will receive orders for Cjtt Coal Yaed, for September delivery, at his Store in old Central Hotel. ; ; Augl7dlw. ; , First-class Shoes of stylish shapes and best quality made to order by W, T. Weaver & Co. .1.. . : , ' tl The Citizen Job Office ; - f - Is one of the most com ete offices in the State,' and 'work of every kind will be done with as much neatness and de spatch, and as cheap, as it can be done anywhere. : .; $;. ',:-..'.'--At , ' t .' Clothing of all grades, for ntcn, . youths and children; also a f good stock oj ' ilea's Fumiihing Goods.-- - ; -com 'i: : - H. REDWOOD & CO. !5" All the great dailies New York IIekald, World,- Times, Sun, Tribune, Charleston News "and Courier, Char lotte Observer,' Raleigh News-Observer,; Wilmington Star, Wilmington Re view, and Asheville Citizen are to be found regularly at the Book Stores bf J. N. Morgan & Co., J. U Wilkie, and W. E.' Pelham. .. ...... .. .,-.,.,.::', The Daily Citizen for sale also at.Es tabrook's. . . . " . The Pbice of the Tobacco Heat Reqd . latob; ;. ' .. . .... The price of the Hardwicke & Welles Heat Regulating AttacL ment, will be 10.00 for any sized barn. They will be sent by express or freight immediately upon receipt of order, . .These Attach ments are always on hand at Marshall, N. C and .will be at other places as soon as arrangements can be made for their manufacture. . . . .. tnovl . TRUSTER'S SALE. ;--''-. ' '- ;-: By virtue of a deed of trust executed to me by Wilson Boyd, duly registered in the Register's office of Buncombe comity, in Book. No.. 8, on page 170, said trust made to secure th payments of certa n notes mentioned therein, I will sell for cash at public auction ou the 21st day 'uf September, 18d5, one Fifteen-Horso Power Samp son Engine, mounted on skids. Said sale to take place where thuMiill is now situated, being In Cathey't Cove, on the waters of Webb's branch miles above the fork of HomiD.y erek and Bitf miles from J M Thraab's tnre at Ifominy Depot, on the W N C R U. THOS. I. VANUILDKit, Ang, 13, i8!i . . :. . ITustee. .W . , . ' , :-r ,. - S WANNANO A PRESBYTERYI ?iT Swahmanoa Chuech, Aug. 28. 85. i Alter a nan nour Bpent' m devotional exercises the Presbytery, entered ;opo a the duties of the day. Rev. C. Monroe. of Concord Presby tery.' ' was' Introduced and invited.' to ait as a corresponding member. Rev. . J.- M., . Hilliard of the, , Baptist church was introduced and invi ted to sit as a visiting member. Candid-' ( ates James, A. McLauchlin and .8. W.; Spencer were examined as to' their 'ac quaintance with : experimental Teliglon. Their examinations were sustained and theyreceived tinder the care bf the Pres by tery -as candidates fbr the ' ministry. 1 Rev. J. N. Campbell was allowed. .to retain call from Little Brittairf church, till next "meeting of tbe Presbyteryilj Licentiates E. :A;- Sample and John U on their acquaintance with expeimental 1 religion, Theology, church history,ohurch . government. DisciDline and SacramentP. Their examinations were all sustained. a Here the hour ior adjournment arrived. Respectfully, 4-;i u! V,' JX HCnOBY. baata-and'.Manerva-Ilrooksher. who departed '.this life July the 18thr 1885, aged nine-years:.' -i-i-.i ': in, a, ' A lovely rose waa plucked to-day - .;'., ; From earth's uncertain bed, . . .And stored In richer fields away.'. ' Where floweret never fade.- y , . .. r f Dear AUie Brooksher, kind and true; t . . ; Forsook the walks of men, And on bright pinions upward flaw," -lit: '. With Christ the Lord to reign. - . , , ' i "I'm going home," she often said . . While she afflicted lav. "" if "Nor death's dark valley do I dread .. .. r Since Christ has marked tha way." ,(. Oh, Father. Mother, aiatar, too, :,:: And brothers, weep no moro; , She's only gone to beckon you , I - To Canaan's Uooming ahorfe :.-t : : 1 don't believe while here ) star,' : '' Dear Allie I'll forget, i i For aomething kind she fqtmd to say ; , ' To every one she met.. Lord, let thy never-failing grace . i Support hat friends bereft, ' And with thy presence All the place r.i': i- : - yiausn saenaa vacant leit. i: ! .. . MKJtaiTT Slbdee. Ihi i Boardlng-Hoase Noticed !::' Summer tourists' :ftd:' Che rn'otinfatna! V ' ' can : find comfortable rooms and good' -I board at Antler Hall fTennent's.Viewl 4 : : miles from Asheville.' For particulara, address P O.1 Box il, Asheville, N. I " -' 'N. B. frOvl rioaiincr nn finest i.iwA tt water any where pear Asheville. ., juiye-lmo- '.-: it::-.s ;-v.: t i - . 1 - I r i i i ... f -i. Boarders Wanted. , . ,, ?, Good room with' excellent' table board can be had on good terms- by the week ' ' or month at Mrs. Sondlev's boose, cornet , of Flintand Cherry streets I; , Mes.A.S;1abarbe,.,,:, July 21 d l.mo '. , on the premises, . Pbivate Boaedinq in WATNESyitLa"'-) Th undersigned Iff prepared modate a limited number, of boarders at her home in Waynesville; Convenient to the Whi to Sulphur Springs. " Accom rhodationff guaranteed. Terms l'nbderaTel . ;iMna; J. B. S. McIntosii, i Ardeh Park' Hotel Rates:--$40.db ' per ui month; $12.00 per week;-$2.00 per day. ' Dinner 75 cents; Supper 75 cents. 1 i ; " i ' . - Thos. A. Mobbis, Prop'r. ' luly28. , ' -j ..j.j .,tf.:iM-l - Your old fclioes can'be made as good as new only at !. 1 W: T. Weaver'. FENCES. TnoPO.HAM WILt BE jftECEl VEli'at the ' ! jl - ouiotoi nepiKier or Lfoens tor' Euneombu " county till September 7th, 1885, ,for 4uUdinr ! . , Countr Fences and Gates, at localities narnod be-.' 'ow. Bids wi'l be reteiveil lor either wiro or rail fences, wire to have live sstrand qf Barbed wire, tastened to Locust 6r Chestnat posts. or; ! ' forest trees,, pasts to be plfcoed ot anor than -if twelve feet apart. Rait fences to he five leet high, of good sound rails. .Gates to be ten by five fuel. -; ! of threS inch-oak stakes boltd .with carriage bolts, hung with IS mch hook hlngere, to ten inch ' ' Locusf-vrChestnutlposta, tmhaveauitable latchers. ! From Henderson Road to Bumey's mouutain. ' 1 mile Fmico, 2 Gates. ;. - .. . . rr i . - From Burney's mountaia to Bear. Wallow Gap, ' .' 1?4 miles fence, 8 gates. - From Bear Wallow; (Ian to HIclHr:Wt nr' 'il' 45-100 miles fenoe. S rates. V k II r n . eroca uicaory nut Oap to top Tittle PIsgah, r From top Little Piwrah . to Cana Crook Gin. 3 46-100 miles fence, 8 gates;- ' .-rr- Ftom Cane Creek Gap to Lakey's Gaprl fate. . From Lakny's Gap to S waunatraa Gap, 1 gate ' - -From Swannanoa Gap to Moody's Gap, 2 gates. . From Moody's Gap' to Pleasant Gap, J 46-100 : ! ! miles fence, 1 gae. , From PleasauTuap to Fork of Ivy, 1 80-100 miles 1 : 1 ! fence, 1 gate. , r . From Fork of Ivy to 'Marshall Township, on "' Sugar Camp road. 2 gates. - ... ;, From Gudaef sMlfl to Fork Sandv Wutth.Snteri.' From Crab Tree Gap .to Beaver Dam Gap S Vi- 100 miles fence; 1 gate. . From Beaver lam Gao to Turkey Creek Gap, - 93-100 miles fence. From Turkey Creek Gap to Turnpike, 2 gate. . - From Turnpike to Henry Davis' place. South Hominy, 3 73-100 miles fence. S gales, --, , . From Yellow Ridge at Ben West's line to Pennsylvania road, 1 85-109 miles fence, gate. From Pennsylvania road to Brevard road, 62-1 CO miles fence, 1 gate. ': . - . . .- , .... ; . From French Broad rlVer to Henderson road, 1 95-100 miles fence, 2 gates. i By order of the Board of Commissioners. . . r aug t6-td7sept m J. E. KANKIN, Chmn. ' ilsheviUe .Hale Academy, A Select Classical. (German: PrenrK. Mdh. . , - : i . , ematicai ana Thorough English SctooL fPENS Hpt. 9th, 18M, and continues 40.. i: V-fwe.eka, Pror FALK having been engaged ' 11 to give 'ustructlon in Gorman and French, will ,, -i also take P'dU in b Knglish branches pre par- ' - ' 1 atorylto that of the Principal. Number of puV, pus lneaoh department limited to 30; -- nv hud cuaryea ior juoaera ijanguages. . : a I , Allmited number of-minils will tut takitn'a-. 1 ' boarders by the family of the Principal, . . .-',.! x ur wnui, w4 auunws V an 12-dawl: '' ' a F. VENABLE . 1 Principal. Select Hoys' , School. . HAVING engaged to teaea- rmsa atad French at the Mala Academv with Vmt 1 S. V. Venable, I will also teach a class of boys in the English branches, preparatory to the hither' Classes taught by Prof. S. F. Venable,. .. . For further luformatioa apply to ." ' At the Furniture Store of iloore it t alk. " auH-dlw .... f , . , : . REEJfEVILLE AND USCULUMCOtlEGB. ; ' Chartered . aa Green vellle Colleen hv". thtt r juegisiaiure oi Bonn uarouna oeiore Tennessee ' became a State. New buildings; thorough and practical instruction, uwt, lowest possible; cheaper than any other institution o'like grade i 'A intnesonta. notn sexes admitted to College . , classes.. Send for Catalogue to : .,.;'. S. A. COILS, Bec'y Faculty,. BINGHAM'S Is the only School for Boys In the South with UnH-Liicht, a Mi-t-claRS UyiuaaMium, aud a Qrst-clatM ltnth-lfonite. ,. , ....... . Special terms to ywing men of small means. ' TAe 183rd Session b k ius August 5thr - v For Catalogue, adilrens ' " '. . - , MaJ. R. EINOTTAM, f . JylS-dawOw Bingham bciiool .N.C. ) 1 11 t Si ; i i .It .A v.