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l". DAILY EDITION. i CITIZEN JOD i OFFICE, '.WEST SIDE J PUBLIC SQUAr.V. bill:.hea6s,v. .v?" s? 2 , :-. , , , JJXtANKS, & 1. promptness and tit low prices. rrn Furns.ilStsn3 & Cancrcn, : BDITOKS AND PEOPRIETOES. ' ' ii(o. 1 Year, - $3.00 e Moat., ' rv:-3.oa-X Yeatv - .: X.SO Weeltlv, ' - VOL. I.-NO. 134. ASHEVILLfiiw.NC-sWEDNESiYiV. EVENING, SEPT. 16, 1885. PRICE: 5 CENTS vlD VBRTISING It A TES ' ItO W.- ' "-.1 Ax Asherille Business Directory. - . v'1,"" -"- . --. -. -v - . . Gcftmrf iJfercftat!,'- iiVtafcsafeand Eclail. - C. E- Graham & Co., S. H. Ched ester & Son, J. D. ' Brevard & Co., t. O. Howell,.- 8. Hammershlag, C. E. Lee, H. Redwood & Co., J. P. Sawyer, G. A. Hears, A. H. Jonea St Boa, Bearden, B&nkin & Co., W. H. Brown, G. M. Jioberta. f. -v. .. -Garden and Held Seeds. . Powell fc Snldor, ff.I. Lyons,: Ay."JlerrHl, H. Redwood Co, J. 0. Howell, J. P. Sawyer, JSar Uen. Baukin t Co., C. H. Moncure, - " ""' &,, iVv-rf- CraKsifiV f?ow-l:.' -,V; J. R. Starnes, Powell Snider Alexander and - Penland, - i . . -, t , Hardware, Agricultural Implements, &c. Penniman & Co., VanGUder Brown. ,.. " '; Stonro, Houstfurnishing, and Tinware. . Ballard Bros., Brown & Bearden, Undsey Bros. Clothing, GenUt FurnisJang, te. Jvmes P. Bawyer, M. Levy, Cliarleg V lee, 8 WhiUock. Hoots, Sltoes, and Hats. W, T. Weaver, M. Levy. Boot and -Shoe Manufacturers, A. M. Levy, W. T. Weaver, A.Freck. Books and Stationery. : c .' J. L. Wilkle, J. K. Morgan & Co. H. T. Esta mok, H. H. Lyons. . Druggists and Pharmacetdintis. -IL H. Lyons, W. C. Cannichael, C. W. Pe Vault & Co., C H. Moncure, W. . Pelham. Musica, Instruments, &e. . De Vault Bros, v . Jneelers. C. Cowan, Stefiner a"rtsu ' '" ". t" ." ' Tamils Groceries. Powell and Snider, 8. R. Kepler, A; R. Cooley, Penley 4 Co.. T. F. Starnes, G. W. Goodlake. A. J. WerrilJ, J. E. Ware, Ware and Howell, A. C. Davis, James Franks, J. J. Mackey & Co.. Jesse R. Starnes, G. L. McDonald, W. L. Morgan, V. M. Johnson, B, B Nolaud 4 8ons,T. W. 8helton, J. R. Trull, G. H. Starnes, N. Penland. Penland b Alexander. - Mrs. I.C. Smith. - r ... . . Butchers, Meat Dealers, Jce. . Zaehery Bros., James Lusk, K. Davis, M Connell and Drake. : . .Bakeries. :. . J.. J. Desmond, P. M. Johnson, J. C. Oliver, ' Confectioners and Bakers. J. J. Desmond, (fectory), J. M Heston.l Wells .' , "" Saddlery, Harness ice. S. M. Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penland. , Furniture, &c. W. B. Williamson, Moore & Fali, P. S. Mo Hnllen. Vndertakers. X. Brand. J. V. Brown, John Clayton Coal Dealers. S. F. enable, D. 8. Watt on, Hill and Atkins N. W. Girdwood & Co, Lumber Dealer oiibleday A Scott. : ' Contractors, JDarpenters, and Builders. I. Gorenllo, John Hart, J. A. Wagner, T. " C. Westall, E. J. Armstrong, J. E. Bnttrick, T. L. Clayton, A. G. West. ;. Blacksmiths D. W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. Holds. B wan nan 3a, Eagle, Grand Central, Western, Carolina House, blafcle House, The Villa, Private Boarding, - - 8. F. Venable,. A. T. Snmmey, Miss Eettle Brown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. V. Emer son, Miss Smith. T. W. Neel, Mrs. A. B.Chunn, J. H. Carter, G. M. Roberts, R. H. Grahl, G. L. Mc Donald, M. J. Fagg. J. A.f agg, J. E. Rankin, W. T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathers, Mrs E L. Baird, W. W. McDowell, James W. Patton, Mis. Leicester Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H. C. France, Mrs. A. Sinclair P S McMullen, Forrest W West. Livery, Sale and Feed Stables. Reynolds & Chambers, J. M.Ray, W. A.Wed din, James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. Stanslll Wm. Cox, E. W. Herndon, S. H. Barnard, G. W. Morgan fc Co., E. T. Clemmons; Jesse R. Starnes. t Colleges, Schools, fec. Asheville Female College Asheville Male Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High School for young ladies, Miss Sawyer's Primary School, Mrs. J. P. Gammon's Primary School, three - white public schools, two good colored schools. A graded school has been authorised by ia w , and a Slate normal school will be held every summer. .... - Millinery, &C Mrs. H. M. Herndon, 8. Whitlock, Mrs. M. E. Maun, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs RR Porter. Attorneys At Law. ' McLond fc Moore, J. H. Merrlmon, E. H. Mer rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger & Car ter, J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, W. S. Cushman, Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W.W.Vandiver, Davidson & Martin, T. A. Jones, 8. H. Reed, W. B. Gwyn, Locke Craig, W. R. Whitson, Jones and Hardwicke, Johnston & Shuford, W. M. Cocke, Natt Atkinson,- A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, V. S. Lusk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman. -t" Physicians and Surgeons. -D. J. Cain, W L. ' & W. D. Hilliard, John Hey Williams, J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. Nelson, Wardlaw McGill, H P GatchelL Dentists: " G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, B. H.Eeevefl, A. B. Ware. ' Banks, Bankers and Brokers. Bank of Asheville, Binder & Barnard. . Merchant Tailors. : j.W.Schartie. '. . . Dealers in Furs. M. Ellick. 'Heal EsttUe Agencies. Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Natt Atkinson, Aston, B. M. Jones. - . Architects and Civil Engineers, 8 F Venable. J A Tennant, . . . . Tbbacco Warehouses. m The Asheville Warehouse, The Banner Ware house, The Fanner's Warehouse, Ray's Ware house, lue BuneomDe arenonse. Tobacco Manufacturers Chewing and Smoking. 8. B.West. McCaitv & Hull. J. E. Ray. E. I. Holmes fc Cm., Shelion' & Perry, W . P. Williamson. - Coovers. Jce. L. F. Sorrell. N. W. Girdwood, William Weaver, 'tiarv. Wines, Liquors, &c Loughran Bros., ; Hampton & Featherstbne, W. O. Muller, & Co., A. P. Sorrell. , - .tTailors. , J, C. Brown & Co,', Patton Avenue. ' ' ' . i PaperstHanqers. Cain it Hunt, Moor A ' '. Fitzpatrick. Newspaper Daily and Wkbklt Citizen, Daily nd Weekly ."Advance, The Asheville Tribune (weekly.) - " Job Offices. Tbe Citizen Job Office, Hunt & Robertson. Photographers. s ': Nat. W. Taylor, W,T. Robertson, T. T. HilL Grist Mills, Jcc . Jordan & Hallyburton, N. W. Girdwood, Jag. E. Buttrick. MeLane..,. . . , : :. ' fieri libera, tie..-'- F. N. Waddell, "Star Brand." Penniman & Co., Anchor Brand," G. Mi Roberts, Alex. Porter, Piedmont," W.H.renland, "Owl Brand," Bear den, Kankir. it Co.,' "Ober fe Co.'s Special," Lyon & Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. p. Starnes, Ar lington." W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," N. W. Girdwood Co., Soluble Pacific.", Insurance. . ' : t . E. J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch. W. U. Telegraph. , ,' S. G. Weldon, manager. Southern and Adams Express. . F. A. Stikeleather, manager. . 0vit Officers of Buncombe County. : " Sheriff J. R. Rich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; 8. .Clerk E. W. Herndon; Register J. R. Patterson; Treasurer J. H. Courtney; Surveyor: B. F. Patton: Tax Collector T. W. Patton. . y ' ' r''.1 Inferior Court. ' - justice G. A i Shuford: Clerk Mont Patron; Solic! lor a. a. uirar,; ... .. - , ,,,.,..,;; r County Commissioners. -- ... J. E. Rankin." J, A. Reagan, G. W. Whitson; L. Childs, Thos. D.Brittain. " . . 7 Juttices of the Peace. ' A. T.Bummey, N.A Penland,. T. W.Patton.C. . Way, J. M. Ledford, J. M. Jarratt, J. B. Cain. ' City Government. . ' ' ' Mayor E. J. Aston; Aldermen W. T: Reynolds. Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F. Scott, I. H. Gorenflo, N. w nirriwnod and' J. L. Murray. Policemen F: N Waddell, Chief, W. G. McDowell, J. H. Hamp ton. HUKnrosteu ana r v nonier. .. fire DeoartmenL ' ' ' : Hose N. 1 oreman H. C. Fagg; H. tL. No. 1, CapCF A. M ... banitary Department. , " Dr. PT Millard. Sanitary Chiet. Federal Officer U.S. 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. Jt. uavls, m.- b. liar, kins " ' " . .- - United States District and Circuit Courts. : Jndj?e R. P. Dick, Solicitor J. E. Boyd, Clerk J. E. Heed, uepniy iiera i-. a. vumuiingn. : ' Post Office. ' ' " ' H. L. findper P. M., Cleiks C. B. Moore, W. L. Neraian, C. L. ciiu. . - Sewing Machine Agencies. . : Whchlerd" WIIfod, J. H. HcnRf, fMefCierk Miss liewie Juptioe. unger, ai. . Morjmnan Cbiei CH'ra IV . aioiiiphiu. lyrnvrui, o. vucvi- eter t- tn, Chat E Lee. . ' Comity Board of EUvlolion. A. T. Summey, J II f ami and It G Gudger. First lignlnr n.rttira frit Wf i;diry in t-ien.ler. DAILY . EDITION INTERESTING BEADING MAhTER : ON; THE FOURTH PAGE. Arrival and Departure of the Trains. Saxjbbttbt- MaiJ train arrives 9:29 Jl. k. . . i Departs 52 p. x. ' ; Say train arrives at 2:14 v x. : ;;. departs at 10:30 a.m. Tennessee -Arrives 57 p. x ! . : Departs 9:47 A. x , .r Watkksyillx AiTives 4:39 p. x. r - " - ' - Departs 9:39 a x. The Waynesville train reaches that point at ll:su ; returning, leaves waynesville at 1.36. W. T. . Weaver, Sole Agent for Hess' Hand-Made Shoes for men. tf - . Send your . Job Work of all kinds to die Citizen Office, if you want it done neatly, cheaply and vnlk di-ipatch. .' TOE DAILY CITIZEW Will be published every evening ex-J cept Sunday) at the following rates strictly cash : . ? : , One Year, 00 Three , One " -; 1 50 .50 15 One Week, Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev ery evening in every part of the city to our 6nbscriber8, and parties wanting it will please call at the Citizen Office. Weather Beport-Sapt. 16. Barometer at 9 a. ra. 30.31. Thermoineter Minimum 58; maxi mum 78. Sky Partly cloudy. Wind North. : Moon 1st Quarter 16d. 01k 55m. morn ing. . The Daily Citizen ii. Gives the only telegraphic dispatches received. - Ginger Ale, the great Summer drink, at Pelham's, by the bottle and on draught. tf. Call at Stall No, 4, market house, for good beef. . '. ' tf We are glad to see Col. T. M. Jones again on the streets. He has been con fined to his room for some time past from painful indisposition.- . We learn with unfeigned sorrow that little Hattie, the only daughter of Dr. D. T. Millard, died this morning at 5 o'clock, after a very brief illneBS. - The little girl was a very pretty child, bright in mind, sprightly in manner and sweet in disposition, and the subject of a gen eral deep and tender interest, owing to an accident last year which injured the sight of one of her eyes. We are sure that no similar event haa caused more general concern and sorrow. The Murphy Bulletin says : "We are to have another railroad, to run from Murphy, via Ducktown and Cleveland, to Chattanooga, Tenn. The importance of this route cannot be overestimated, as it will tap one of the richest portions of our county. The incorporators " will meet in Cleveland, Tenn., on the 12th inst. for the purpose ol organizing the company and electing necessary officers. Speeches will ' be made by prominent speakers. Let there be a rousing meet ing." . ' The Blue Bidge Baptist eays r Hen dersonvillc is about enclosing a new and beautiful cemetery. This, with some other things, 6hows some enterprise in the town.'- Whenever her business men learn tbat.advertising business in news papers is the life of trade and do it, we shall begin to have hope that "the dead will rise from the grave." Judson College resumed its work ' for another year this (Tuesday) morning. Students were comingin several days be fore the session opened. Prospects are bright for a grand work in that institu tion this year. The coroner's jury in the Finch mur der,case in Chatham county, have re turned a verdict that Edward Finch, and Sally Finch, two very old people, and Ephraim Ellington,. a negro boy, who were murdered on the morning of the 4th, of July last, came to their deaths at the hands of Jerry Finch, Harriet Finth and Lee Tyson, all negroes, and other party or parties to the Jury unknown. We mention this to show that the blood hounds of justice, if slow, are generally sure, though the quarry is often after wards snatched away from them". . The row at a negro church in Waynes ville tenor more days ago, in which two or three negroes w;ere cut, now appears in the Northern papers duly credited un der a telegraph head from Waynesville as a fresh piece of news; and, ignoring alt o gether the race of the parties, is intend ed to convey the impression that the af fair transpired among the whites, and was a typical picture ot southern society. Mr. Jirown will hardly recognize hims3lt under hiB title of honor. ! -' c" i ! ' ri The Highlander of the llth says r. The U. " S. topographical and geographical survey party ; broke up their camp at Highlands yesterday. .Their next oper ations will be in Rabun county, Ga. This is only one of over a dozen parties oper ating in different States and territories. It was commenced about seven years ago, and re-organized under Major Pow ell four years ago. In the winter season they meet at Washington and complete: their calculations and: maps, which will be on a scale of one inch to a mile. -The geological party will follow on after the topographical. It will take sqme ..years yet to complete the survey. . The same paper . says : Mr. Benson Picklesimer has had stolen from him at different timesjately, 12 bushels of old corn, 6 bushels of new corn .out of the field, 6 hogs and 7 sheep. So we are in formed. , Prof. Zollner complains of los ing about 15 bushels of peaches. The Following abb New:..';- ; ; t ' Japanese Scrolls 15 to 50 cents; Screen fans $125to $250; Small fans 2 to 30 cents; Fine Feather fans in Sandalwood or Ivory frames 2 to 400; French -China Festoon plates, richly; decorated 60- to 75 cents; Teas 'and Sohlam sets CO to 2 00; Polka Dot, Craquelle and Amberina til ass in all coiorf; Curiosities and Native Carved wood work. . . Law's, .' . ., Opposite Eagle Hotel. Land Entry Blanks. - The Citizen has on hand a full supply of blank warrants for land entries.-' Send ns your orders. Th1 EXlfcillS" &BDk.s80CI ATIONV I We received; the report of this assjocia-J fori several dayjs agoJtort - oo;(SBl&inn8 nave Deen so necessarily, crowded inai we have not been ableTlQ. ' find ..roofa for it With" the deepest interest. la tiieob- jects of the associatibn,-eare cohajfelled m me. use oi .vno Tepors-10 - uouco-uuiy the saWent p6wer.T.tThV spirited ladies of Asheville: who ; have' so- generously devotei their time, labor and experenqe ta , thawk:--anost vmagrianiril6usly publicly. express their -sense, o? Jeffic ient aid and counsel: oiai '.-fipi d of New York. - ; rf h We make the folfowihff extracts jfrom the reportv;'-:?-,! " ' --The Kitchen Garden Association waft instituted January -10th, and Jbry aix months foliowiai held regular meetings, withgreiat; encpiuragement for tbeLjotiire of the school. At the expiration of the time. June 16th. it riumber8 46 members, with a Board of Managers, composed of 12 three from each denomination. ..xne amoj3nlxe',rd to, LL'.r r rom memperanip iees,1 1 1 1123; OO Monthly dues, 9 30 Donations,- Total,. -r. . ' : ; . ; X .... ..(: J - 41 75 1 1 r t Expenses, 5 $68 31 . : : Teaclterti ' Report of 'A J A. G. S.for Four The Asheville Kitchen Garden School was opened Saturday, Feb. 7th, with thirteen teachers and hve scholars. Dur ing the four months of its existence, the. school has steadily increased. In ere have been but four sessions at which candidates for admission -have not pres ented themselves, and tbe total number of scholars admitted, hasbeen forty four. Several have dropped out of the ranks for various reasons, Buch as illness, leav ing AsheviDe, taking service, . etc., and those in regular attendance now number thirty-five, with an' average of twenty- one. . While this average seems small in comparison with . the - total number of scholars, inquiry always edicts the fact that the absent are detained by the par ents, on account of illness, qr to assist with house-work or care ' of younger children. I; :r :-.;uv .i Of the fifteen teachers,, only ten are in active dutv. illness - or absent from the city hiving prevented the attendance of the remaining nve for a considerable period.'"."" -'' ' ' " In the eighteen sessions of the school, the children have been taught what is known as the "Wood Lesson" ; (compris ing fire-making, the care of wooden uten sils, the principals of scrubbing and tbe proper way to remove stains and grease from wood, etc., to fold towels, handker chiefs, etc., for ironing, to set a breakfast and tea-table and to, wash the dishes; to I mane a Ded and to property attend to the details of chamber-wdrk; to ,'prepareAa room for sweeking and ta sweep, dust and arrange it, and they are now learn ing to set a dinner table and to wait on a dinner of three courses. : -v. ifWf Each session is divided Into font parts. In the first, or opening part, 'lasting half an hour, after ainginga-hy inn; reciting a few verses linen Vating . personal tidiness. ctcj the children are taught the songia x , - i - -i - f .1 . - - i wnicn Him pie ruies ior iuc vanoua ute partments of house-work are orporated, and general review questions are. asked.. b orty minutes are given to the second, or 'Occupation' division, in- which the children are divided into classes fot in struction "in. the ' various branches of work, one teacher being detailed for each class of from four to six girls. An appro priate song class this hour. The third, or "circle Hour lasting thirty minutes, is given up to marching and games, the latter being divided be tween calisthenics and instruction. The fourth division is the serving hour, to which forty minutes are given. After a song, a simple lunch is served, each class being waited on hy a child appointed by tie teacher for the purpose. , After a closing song, the school is dis missed, the classes being usually detain ed in rotation, one or two at a time, for practical experience in sweeping and dusting the rooms. u ! .. . ..,' ,t :. .:!,:- Marshalls for the Fair. : Capt. W. G. Corpening, Chief Marshal of the approaching Fair of the W. N. C. Fail Association, has made the follow ing appointments as his aids : : Capt H. G. Ewart, Assistant Chief. Jttttrote-i-TCStansinX '".HarflH&n Lnff,OiirJe8VtIoselT, TTPattQnLa fayette Eobeson and Dr H B Weaver. ; McDowell (j u naves. : . Kutherford-Albert 'Weaver, - PolhF 'tf Weaver:. - - ' Mitchell Jno Gudger. , Yqncey Wilson Hensley. " Madison Jno A Nichols. Haywood 3 B S Mcintosh. Henderson rA. E Posey, Jri Transylvania W A Gas'i, . . Jackson -W E Moore. : i i - Macon C D Bowers. Swain W T Oonleyv: f P 5 ! Cherokee K 11 Hyatt. Graham --r- Phillips.: - 1 ; ; Clay W Johnson. A Cow Strayed . .. , t u; ' From the pasture of the subscriber, a red milch cow, with slender Lorns, a slit in one ear and a hole in the Other. A suitable reward will be paid for the re turn of said cow tothe: subscriber at his residence on the Henderson ville road. beyond the bwannanoa bridge. : : selodtf Geo. Kaymond. Wanted. ; Every business, roan in Asheville and surrounding country to secure space in' the AshevilleBusiness Index, which will be out October 15th. , At least 2,000 copies will.be distributed, perhaps more. A good reading notice will be given each adver tiser and will -Vary in length ' according ito the space paid for. Kates Ji.oo per inch or J 1 5.00 per pace of . 18. inches. This is so low that no one can possibly refuse to insert. . Benj. K. Davis. . iw. E. W. Whiteside, The Citizen Job Office , 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. v. ,, --V, . , . ;A r Nothing New. S-'"- :' ' V.v "'' ; ' Stall No. 4,-Market House, to-morrow mornine. will be well stocked with both beef and mutton 'of the best quality, which will be sold advantageously to purchasers. A' call from'the general public respectfully solicited. , .'-vv . , tf. , ;.TK. Davis, Prop'r. The best 5 cent Cigar in town at Ly ons' "White Kose.' . T T. LETTER. , ,Hendersonville, N I :t9l Editors : In r jard.to the rt soning of a family here, ' here is no truth, la'iact tLcid is-nO sick sa' here and no (family pfthe name r orted poisoned ana no aarxey uw wuu u gumyui such a Icrirae. Ihe im. " aation of that reporter should not be allowed to wander at will, he shonld be caged with clipped wing8..V . 1!i . "-: . . '4''L-:'f'i i, The tooting of a horn awakened-the echos of our silent dells last evening arid soon all-were on the alert to know what was coming, and ere long the Tally-ho of Col. Coxe rolled in laden with- about fourteen passengers.; . As this is the first of any such riding; establishment to visit the ty,-it -caused quite a sensation; They stopped at the Virginia House and are en' route-' for Caesar'K Headi There was a hop at the hotel nd all seemed to enjoy themselves with a zest commend able with the waning of the season. ' ' .' There are still a go-jtj.v number here and many : jdU.mgiiv.ii, lli a aaddlo. OTOctober. . . , f i The Post Office is a good place for ob- serving numan nature, ana we irequentiy enjoy the sayings and doings ot those who congregate there ..at night to wait uhti the mail is opened. .You will see one ot two that will wear all-th'e pom posity of Beau Brumm.ell. There . you willajstf see the dude id perfection; the yoBng American is also there trying to make it as disagreeable as possible for all others; the ancient beau trying to induce the belief that be is a young man still. Then there is the fair sex in goodly numbers waiting for letters from their absent husbands or sweet hearts. And from our post of observation jv e. have, a chance to see the various changes of countenance as., the polite 'P. M. hands them a massive' of they hear the monoto nous word "nothing." ; Then,, the ladies when they come in generally group in the door and of course it is impossible for the sterner sex to get out or in, and then as the men get their mails all crowd around the one lamp in front, open their letters, and papers, and litter up the "candy man's", show cases, get in each other's way, tread on corns, receive scowling looks from someone from whom youhave, excluded the light with your newspaper. ' It is funny J and we enjoy it Yours truly,VvJoE Robv.. Death op De. Jas. W. Dunn. We take the following sad information from the Murphy 'Bulletin of the Oth: The deceased was a subscriber to the Citizen, and our personal relations with him were of a verv pleasant character. The Butteim Bays : tp fv ' 1 ' The above well known gentleman died at the residence ofjliv Saaa'L Jlenrtv in this place, last Friday, morning at 10:40 o'clock, after an .illness of about ten days. Though he had been unwell for the past yearj his many friends were shocked when they, realized that he Was on his death-bed. Dr. Dunn came to Murphy, about five veam age? from .Bristol, Tenn., foi hjs health And tor practice his profes sion, dentistry He ' made friends of .every one with--whom he came in con tact by his jovial disposition and.affablt TrjnTJjftrsrjjand, 4ndiwatrt3je4 was. present to administer . to his wants during his sickness, but he did not lack attention, as friends did ail in their power to relieve his sufferings. He was about 34 years of age. ' He was buried in Mt. Pleasant cemetery Saturday - morn ing, lie v. Alfred Cora conducting the funeral services. The funeral was largely-attended. '" -''' "" He leaves a father, Dr. A. J. Dunn, and two. sisters, who live in 'Austin.Tex-as- i They have the 'sympathies of the entire community in the loss of their son and brother j v i-i f ' , i Handsome and Good Vobk. S VanGilder and Brown have just, had put up on the outside of their large store building an iron stair case, -which is as ornamental as it will;, be useful. It is strongly supported by brackets and foot pieces, and is as ; substantial as , the mountains. :It.will give access to an ex cellent series of office rooms which; of late coulcl not conveniently be reached. These rooms were once' fully : occupied, two by the CrrrzEN,. one::by the Mayor, anoth er by a Justice o f t he peace," but for year or more have been idle. . JNow they will cpme;at once into use. ; tO.Tl'QKlsl.'-XQ.xv. BE i:REr peated To-night. ''., ' ' Miss-fcatie Firming-ijanefitwas well "at tended last ni&htj' and her patrons' were weir repaid in witnessing a charming per formapce,"--lianchonis-one or those ana lytical ..compositions of domestic life for which f the Germans shov so much, apti tude. -It Is'prose poem; - If you rhayTead a ferraon in the Ound of running .brooks, why not a" whole vdliime in the inception of lovS that goes to' unite roah arid woinan and create a race,-,when: that- union, is effected at the expense of worldly wisdorrii' but fprtihed by morality's virtue, yeuthful strength and vior. Miss Annie Firmin. as Fanchon ji'shO wed another phase of her dramatic eminence. -. Wm. Jlarcourt as Laundry advanced L fn thfe esteem-' of his admirers;,"rvhUei Geo.iC. ;.Dentoit 'as ;the Milksop Didier surprised all by the great. humor he disnlavs in the toart. Of course John Jack "as old Barbeaud was a picture ot virile age and neipen me evening tun. Mr-Cireer appeared to better advantage, and. Miss Katie Firmin seemed ubiquitant as'she appeared in every scene. ,'.lYe fool ish girls'- and the shadow dance at the end of the first .act was :. a . decided, hit. To oblige' some - who could ''pot 1 attend last night, Fanchon will , be repeated to-night. The" Hall should be filled to-morrow night -i-lpgomaiy the jBarbaiian., . . Your old fclioesi jean bo made as good as new only at w. 1. weavee's. .. 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE tTO j: TAX-PAYERS. i The tax list fbr 188S is now in my bands for col lection, and an parties owing tne same win pieane tnkn notice ana come iorwara ana setiie: especi ally those Who failed to list their taxes, as the latter can- save cost Dy.seeine me at oace. . ' sept 14-dlW Wl t'jlO',.i v Bherifl Buneombei; RaiURoadi r Bought and Sold, j . "W !J. Branch, ee 3-dlm 1 " " AT' EAGLE HOTEL. OTKL FOB. EJENT. v. f t - : Alter October 1st tlic VVES ESTEKN or P.AnK HOTEL is tor rent. Apply to - 1 JOHNSTON A BUt'FORP. sept 5-dtocllst ""OTTiinENDErcorv Li'4 - Job Printing at Low. Peices; . . . j The Citizen has. withoat question, the largest and best equipped Job , Printing Office in JVestern North. CarolinaJ : As for prices, jwe have, but .one price, :and that is low. . While we never compliment our own work, a glance at .our . order drawer which is overrun with work at all times, is enough to -convince any one of the onivorsal satisfaction given by the Citizbn Job Office.. i . , ; : , . , :: , a-j'i'- Immediate Delivery System. ';''v;;:''' ' "' We are" indebted 'to' Mr. C. Bj, Moore, for a sheet ' setting forth" th.e list of. Post Offices in the United States ' coming un der tbe. operations of the law of the last Congress, securing the iinmediate.deliv- ery of letters to the parties addressed under a special stamp ' of khe value of 10 centsj to be attached to. the letter, in ad dition to thelawful postage. ; lhe sys tem is to be introduced on the 1st of Octoberand to be applied to those offi ces, in which the free .deitvery. is in ope ration, and in cities and towns which showed under thclast-Ucehsus a'popula- tirr-f-4r,4WQ-a4pwar.ds.,;As the pop. ulation of Asheville by that showing Wasw-hile-at tliesame time the drainage and less than 3000, we lose the benefit of the law;-'i ",-i v '. ' ; ' J ", -; -Jj.; There are only four towns in this; Ste that can profit by it, viz: Chailotte, New berne, Ealeigh and Wilmington; though since the taking of the census, several towns have surpassed the required pop ulation. .... . : & v .... ... 1 100 Fire Places " . ' ' At Tate Springs, Tenn.',: "lb6 elegant people booked for September. A few comfortable tbOms with fire . places can now be had. The best musie day and night Shipping water. daily at rate of 3,000 . barrels a year to all parts of tbe country. : ' v . . ;, Fanchon, the Cricket, for Katie Firm in's Benefit to-nigh tr ; . Fresh Oystees,"1 ' .' In air-tight ans, received every Tues day and Satusday, at Capt Price's Fresh Fish market, adjoining ; Weaver's Shoe Store. The oysters are a luxury, . Fresh ocean fish of the best varieties, received every Wed'sday and Saturday mornings. Call promptly. 1 " tt. ' "Bixlys," "Buttons," "Brown's" and "Bon Ton" are the best brands of shoe polish known to the trade, all of which are sold by W.T. Weaver, at the One Price Shoe Store. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HELLO, FRIEND! Are Y ou Hungry ? OTJ will. go to Watt Hill's Dining Room, And get something-nice to eat. HILL is always oh hand, and the finest the market affords to sus tain him. . . : South Main st, - se 15-dtf , 2 doors above Eagle st ONE-NIGHT ONLY, . . " ' ; . MONDAY, SEPT. 21st Engagement of the popular young Actor S ROBERT JL- DOWJTLG, In" his great impersonation of ' 1IA?I IIXOXK ! (The famous Stage Driver of the Sierras,) In Joaquin Miller's Realistic Drama : TA1XYHO!. Pronounced by press and public a greater play than "MyPartner," "The Danifes,'? or "49." ' " "' Prices 50 ; and 75c . Reserved seats on saje at J. Pi-Sawyer's. ti , ; ' :e 15 d4t fbankmx iiocse, ''; D. C, CUNNINGHAM, Propbietoh, FRANKLIN, - ' ;- ' N. C. ': ' .... :. -o ": ' . '. -: -:" Table supplied with the best the market :. :- ' . :, alIOrd8.' ' First-Class Livery and Sale Stables' in connection with house. .! Daily Hack between Webster und ..rf rukliBi: -' Hood Sample looms for JPrvmmsrs. TJBBM8 BJBJSOJlBZ.X. ' sept 11-dly FURNISHED HOUSE For rent during the , winter months. Desirable proper- ty ior Doaraing nonse; uooa side walk, and convenient.'. Apiy to eionw waxxisk a. uwin.: FARM FOR SALE IN MACON. -.t ; s in- three miles of Franklin. Maoon county, a Very desirable FARM ef one hnndred aores; about 30 oi 40 are in cultivation, the bal ance, well timbered and all well watered. Nice painted honee, all nice out buildings. Sitnated on tbe Murphy road in a splendid neighborhood. Fir terms, c., apply to , V. . - D C CUNNINGHAM, se 10 d3w' " ' " Prantlin, Macon county, P C. THE Cottage known as the "ChUolm Cottage,?, on Wooddn St., containing live rooms, is for rent. Apply to 8. H. Reed, at his residence, on Woodfin Street, for particulars. : sept. ua, ic . - .. s NOTICK. .. - . ' . . ' - ."'---' ' I h ave full authority by an act of tbe Legislature of North Carolina at the last session. to order registration oi aeeas, aeeas: ti irust. mortgages ana cnauei mortgages. MOST. PATTON. - . uierK inierier uourt. 7.-d1mtwlt. :" - ' --!,'.. . Sept. rjlRUSTEE'3 SLR. m , -J:' ' : t'- 3y vivtne of a deed of trust executed to me by Wilson 2o d. duly reglsterea in tne Kcgiscer s office cf Buncombe county, Ik Book No. 8, on page 170, said trust made to secure the payments nf certain notes mentioned therein. I will sell for cash at public auction on the 21st day of September. 1885, one iiiteen-ttorse fower bamp son Engine, mounted cn skids. Said sale to take place where the mill 'is now situated, being in Cathey's Cove, on the waters of Webb's branch v miles above the fork of Hominy creek and 3tf miles from J M Thrasb's store at Hominy Depot, on the vv N C R It. THOS. I. VANGILDER, . Aug. IS. 1885.. ' Trustee. Also will be sold at the same place and time a first class Saw Mill, complete. It is the some mill which has been used in connection with the above entriae, and la warranted In . all respects. gept3w2t JAMES BUTTIUCX, ALSO, -' . Wil be sold a 52-inch CJrcular Saw.- WM. M. WRIGHT. TELEGRAPHIC. "1'(V( ASSOCIATEn i PRESS. TiELEGH AM377-SPE-;.iv:'.V..v CiAL TO CITIZEN. j f r.;V;;I fllon IbleDovelopments ! : -' -..i'-i'li -'..f.v-ii ' .: !;d Chinese Remains,; Prepar ed for shipment, Creating: Excitement in San Fran- v.ulri'hii rt.-.'i Cisco. IMtf zi-hrvVh San Fbanciscq,. California, Sept 16. The discovery yesterday afternoon of the horrible practice of Chinese in pre paring the bones or their, dead ieuow country men for shipment to China, which has been carried on under the very nose of the city authorities, has created jdeep and intense, excitement. The knowledge that such a mass of- putrefactied waa ly ing exposed in the, very heartof the city. sewers or tne city are known to be in filthy condition,, has created it feeling of fear for the health ofthe city; .'After all the boxes containing the remains of the dead Chinese had been removed to the moigue, the coroner was interviewed in regard to : tbe niatterv ' He Stated "that when he arrived at the cellar in.which the bodies were stored and in which the putrified remains which had still to be boiled were lying, ; he set to work to break open the boxes. There were some 60 bodies in all. Each box contained a tin casein which,' carefully ..wrapped in oil cloths.'were a number of human bod ies. The smaller bones and. long, strips of skin were wrapped up in separate par cels and placed, witinn larger ones. : On the outside of each box Was a label bear ing Chinese characters, giving the nam of the dead persons within, so that th remains could be identified by! relatives in China. ( After havinjf open d several boxes the coroner concluded to seize the whole lot and remove them to' the mor gue. Express wagons were called for the purpose. While cases were being placed in the wagons, some of-them rolled off and fell to the pavement, breaking open and exposing the contents.1 The crowd which had assembled upon learning the cause of the excitement jumped on'the bones and in theirindignation trod them under foot. The police'immediately ihV terpesed, .'and i.th loading .continued without furthpr interruptioni' !Th.e ,rer m ains : were : removed to Z the' morgue. Most of the boxes containing the remains were on examination. found; to have come from cities in the interior States. The remains were shipped from there to San Fratciscoin common tea boxes. . ; Those that came from the ,interiorar.bxiiled and; prejedJfoi..l4lipment, so that no odor is perceptaLTeTon th rodie, only those- removed from San Francisco cem eteries have flesh still on ) them when brought for preparation to the cellar. It -was the intention to have shipped all those on the steamer City Perkin, which sails Saturday nextL '; -'Itis rumored' that the Chinese Six Companies will bring an action ; against, the coroner for the re moval of boxes and remains-'' " ' fi Elephantine vttl'atr. jTuinpo1" ' Encounttrs Jfiore ; Thati lit. .Can Stand, ' and (ireg vp the Ghost. ' . ' ; -''':' "StTiiOiis, (mi, Sept. 10. v ! J umbo, the $300,000 elephant, . was kill ed on the Grand Trunk Air Line track a half mile east, of here .last; nigh t'IIis keeper was leading -him along the track when the freight train rame up behind and ran him down, , ' He was injured so badly that , lie died in. thiny minutes. Th e . trick elephant, Tour Thumb, was al-. so injured, his, leg being broken. . ... ; " TliE GltE AT BOAT IiAOE if: : THe SECOND RUN Americans Jubilant over n : - Almost Certain "Victory : Sakdy Hook, Sept. 16 9:35 a. m. i The weather clear, wind west and blo wy ihg 11 miles an hour. ; Both .yachts now passing out to the starting point. , .. ,- 10:10- a. m-r-j-Wind . now ; blowing 14 miles per hour. The Judges' boat is pass ing out ;to Lightship, where the -yacht are already waiting. . The Genesta cross ed the starting line at 11.-04 and the fn" ritan atllK)5. - , I .. - . ' M 10:30 a. m'.Thd Genesta is standing well oat td sea. 4 She -passed Sandy Hook out bound a.few minutes after 9 'clock. The steam yacht Utowana' spoke, her. TheLEngli8hmani : after firing a salute, fell behindhand followed modestly in the rear. The Puritan as she approached the Hook in tow spread her mainsail, jib and foresail. a: oil ':1kh': .' ': yuU:h . ' 12:15 pi f. The yachts have npw cov ered about 14 -mile's of outward run and keep well apart, with, the Genesta in the lead.. . 4 . - . ; The Genesta turned the stake boat at 1K)5, the Puritan at 1K)7.: ; '' i--' '' UO p; 'ml-The Puritan is now leaving the Genesta.. -I; ,-:!:'j.: '-. . i: I. Mri Randall Denied . Writing ; : Anything to llxle' on ; -. ,H:::-".ii:.tlie TarHr.'-"SVni::-)i?-.it'.' . ' i-j:: yj-y Philadklfhia, Sept. 16.; i , A paper purporting to be a contribution , from the Hon. S, J. Bandall to the new southern magazine ''Dixie," has been ex tensively republished in' 'the northern newBpdpers.;- Mr. Randall expressly au thorises the statement that ho has writ ten no such paper, nor made any other recent deliverance of any sort on the tar iff question, , If the article in "Dixie" is in any way Lis authorship, it is acompi 'lation from his speeches in Congress. . . Failure ofXeg'otations fpr Join t Occupation ' of Egypt. I I m' : 'l : i LoNpojfj, Sept., 16 ;Tbere is(io longer any , doubt "of the" failure 'ot the- missioii ' of Si 'Henry Drnmmorid W'olfT, the' British Special Envoy to Turkey, las it is announced t Mlf. '.rrr Ue Anglo-Jurkish joitttoccu tion of, Egypt, lias fceen abndonept;mti that the Porte wil) consider ' the expedij . ence of sending commission toccom- pany1 Sir' llehi lira'mmbnd". Wolff to Egypt ' It is generally believed that the Sultan's reason fbr not acceding' td the terms offered by- the British. i Envoy is that he feared Russia would prgethler promises respecting the treaty o(. iBerlin in the event of an Anglo-Turkish alliance. A Possible Conflict Jleitweci ...,,-the $tnte and, Federal . 4 Whxeliko, W. Va? Sept J6. ;" The following order, issued (bv ;iGov. IWiTsbn is exacted td'ckuB tronble. fee- , tween tbe Federal and State'authoHties r; ' "It is the opinion of tle Execdtive LJ--oartment of the . State that when the taxes ,. due from..ar railroad company,; whether State,, county, district or munic- ipal, are 'under Uw certified ; by the auditor' and 'sheriffs for" collection ihey: must be collected in the manner directed . by lawi That these as taxes dlle by others are .in no way subject to a pm-; promise, by the , county, courts .r other' tribunals, either as to amount, time, or: manner of jpay'ment The collection, of taxes due the ' State by , the Chesapeake', aricl Ohio Railroad company has been' enjoined by the " United States1 District! Court until November 1st: ; If &ny at-' tempt .is.made by tjiafc company to effect; a compromise with itbe county author-.; itles" they are .directed to notify the Ex- . ecutive Bepartment atv'.' once." ' The , Chesapeake and Ohio Eaiiroad owes the ' State ?193,000of back taxes. '' Judge'Jack." son, of the U. S.' District Court, last week' ' enjoined its collection till .November 1st, : and forbids the State authorities ,o in,; terfere , with , the'epunty. , officials.. . The r attorneys say this circular . is open to contenpt. ' ' ' ' ' '. ' ,. ;.-' ' i ; ; ) ,; :J ; - j : ' i Baltimore-MirkAij'' - ': ,? ''.: ::' :: i . BiLTimowt, Sept. 16. Ji i .FJour-steady, fair inquiry; Hqwa'dst, , western superior, 300330j extra, 350, f 410; family 425(500; city mills superior 300325; extra 350375; Rio brands 475, 1 Wheat-!-s0utberri.; filni, ' active western,1 ' easier, dull; southern 9003, amber 95- 07, No'., I Md, 92 bid, N6i 2 western wini tier, red spot 8788. .Cojarrsptueirp-f ;;! jMnaou uoney jxarlcet.- ! - v. : j , . i ' s London, noon,. Sept. -16, ! Consols 100 8-16 ,., . ,7 ,:,r Raixboad Tickets Bought and Sold 1: 1 ' I will bny, sell -or exchange KailroiSd Tickets from or io-any pqipt. , Parties -; interested will , do veil to call. and sea me. , - r j ' J.; M. fotso, ; ' tsegQ . i, At Fftrmers,'. Warehouse.. lshei illc JTIale Jtchdetny '' -. . -,.v; ;! ',; A Select Classical, petmaji French, Math- j emaiical and TIiorQugh Eiiglish Scioolj ... OPENS Kent. 9th, 1S8S, an4' continues 40 weiek . Prof. FALK having -been engaged to give qhUucUou in German aud French, will alsotak pupil in the English branches prepar atcry.to" that of the Principal. Number of pU pilH ineaoh department limited to SO 1 : i No extra charges for Modem Language: . , . ' , , Allmited number of pupils will be takeii 4s, ' boarders by the family of the Principal. , ,, Por terms, etc., address ' " " ' j -ania-dawlm " '. - Principal.. HT. ST. JOSEPH ACADEIIY;- ) u 'OF THE BLUE,RlDGEi'J l'."?'. Located . at . HICKORY, CMvfek"' :mu iebuNTY,;N;;cv ai :-y-r'.t,in-j i .:' -..."':-. ;li'il ,ii--'U ' This institution, conducted,. b th Siftrxf ,j our Lady of Harcy, li situated In the healthy and picturesque town of Hickory, on tbe W. N. K. i R., near the Depot. It is a Catholie institution ' yet members of every denomination axe recesv ed. and the greatest care will be paid to scholar. ..For particulars apply-to MMtbT Hiiperiu t Hickory. g,y : " y .f ; j , -rvi' i-i tiii' i . ..t:.! ' 1 EE AL ESTATE nominally steady j westertT6teady, pprSj-j active; southern' white, 4&, yellow S2$" (53,: western miied spot'l' -IPJ.V' " -J i!':iuj! (.-f;-M. '.tiiiocf Mlt'.ivUUi ' '' ' i -iv:.;;v ' i is: ,: io't; ui'ro Ui oia-:: & ' -r.t i-yjith ::..- OF ; ? Jtn -'77 ' ; . -u! -V:niJ - J?-."--, IhA-'-n:-. vi '' ' ..!;:' h-Oi;n;J .-.; Jz-rt i i N ATT , ATKI NSONiH ,,: '.. :' ..I u ";: -:tii J ml.) 1'iW. -: : 'ApJQINlNG CIJSOFFJCKl i - :f':V 5lt.r;T'Nj . '..lnv:t:i(.i ill j ; .wihere; ! needed: ' information.1 '' i. if ;'!.-.''..' F-jm; ii'.-i?t.!:Mo.i i-VijMi "-.n -J MAY BE HAD ; RELATltb ' 4; ;i!nEAt nopEilT- i t.uHoi'.'J tii tt -"K -Ui ..; 'ilu l "i' 5 every character and kiitl n - . trom an eighth of an acre in ASlievllIe to 150,000 acrse ,; ' : '' '' op-;. ' -.' ; ',J mountain' .larid ' m 'ihosurroundins: U' ; . , . .country . ... TERSKY BCLL. Mt .. . , ,. ' T fasmers rthissv.. , tion Who wish to nse "my line Jersey bull can ret ' iree paKiurage ou my farm kit miiseaxtox Anlie- , villa-' - ' ' ''-TKna 1 t n wi ,PtW4,f. :1V.- ..j.' : ' 1 :LQPfcN.fV .-;;,) :FCr J3l3, r'"" ; ON THREE YEARS TIME. r.iJ. Monthly instalments, 'without Inte rest. 'v. ioiTiiw:i)A aulO-dCm '