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1 t - THE C2L1E .'J l.LlJl.'l!i,gS!J"".' 'i'!lttv.'a'' DAILY EDITION. Pumir, Stoao 2s Cancicn, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. . KILL HEADS, .'! lYear, Jss.oo I O Mm., 3.00 l.Year, ; - 1.SO Weekly, " . - O Mot., V - - 75 FJ?iP TISING RA TBS LOW. VOL. I.-NO. .45. J j !II if in-f 7.: ..!-. AslieTille Bus! nets Directory. General Merchant WholenUe and Retail. C: E. Graham A Co., 8. R. Cbedester & Son, J. D. Brevard & Co.. J. O. Howell. 8. UammereniaK :. K. Lee, H. Redwood it Co., J. P. Sawyer, 6. A. Mean, A. H. Jones & Son,Bearden,R&nkiu & Co., vt . ii. Brown, u. M. Kobert. Garden and Field Seeds. ' Powell t Snider. H. H. Lvons. A. J. Merrill. H. Redwood & Co., J. O. Howell, J. P. Sawyer, Bear- aen, uancm tc uo., u. a. aioncure. . drain. Hay and Flour. 3. R. Starnaa, Powell & Snider, Alexander and i-euiano. : , Hardware, Agricultural Implements, &c ; Penntman & Co., VanGilder & Brown. Sorer, Hotutefurnwhing, and Tinware. Ballard Bros., Brown & Bearden, Llndsey Bros. Clothina. GrrM FurnUhifio. tte. Jvmes P. Sawyer, 31. Levy, Charles E Lee, 8 i muock. Boob, Sioet, and Halt.. ' ' W, T. Wearer, M. Levy. - Boot and Shoe UaHufaeturert M. Levy, W. T. Weaver, A. Freck. . . , Books and Stationery. J. U Wilkie, J. N. Morgan & Co., H. T. Csta- rooK, m. ri. iyon. Druffffult and PharmacetUistis. H. H. Lyons. W. C. Carmichael. C. W. De Vault & Co., c. h. uoncure, w. reinam. - Mwstea hmruments, Ac. . lie vault uro Jvtrelert. -. ' i - -t-iCi Ca-wan.Stefiuef aud Hobertstttf. -j fHmtty Groceries. Powell and Snider, 8. R. Kepler, A. R. Cooler, : Penley & CoJT. F. 6 tames, G. W. Goodlake. A. J. Merrill, J. K. Ware. Ware and Howell, A. C. Davis, Jauie Franks, J.J. Mackey & Co- Jesse R. Statues, u. I.. iicix)iiaia, w. ti. Morgan, jr. m. jonnsou, k. H Noland & Sons.T. W. Shelton, J. R. Trull, G. H. : Htarnes, S. Penland, Penlaiid & Alexander. Mrs. I. C.bniltn. fv ; ' Butchers, Meat Dealers, de. Zaehery Bros., James Lusk, T. K. Davis, Mc- vonneii ana lwaxe. Bakeries. ; J. J. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Oliver, " Confectioner and Bakers, i. J. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston.l WcUs . Saddlery, Harness tie. 8. M. Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penland. Furniture, See. W. B. Williamson, Moore & Falk, P. 8. Mc- Muuen. Undertakers. . X. Brand, J. V. Brown, John Clayton Coal Dealers. B. F. enable, D. S.Wation, Hill and Atkins . w. mm wood dr co. ; Lumber Dealers oubleday A Scott. Contractors, Carpenters, and Builders. vi..t II in.. vuu J.UI . a. lvalue, a v Westall, E. J. Armstrong, J. E. Buttrick, T. L. ciaytou, . u. west. - Blacksmiths D. W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. Hotels. dwannanM. Eagle, Grand Central. Western, Carolina uoute, siag ie iiouse, ine villa. Private Boarding. S. F. Venable, A. T. Sommey, Miss Bettle drown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. F. Emer son, Miss Smith, T. W; Neel, Mrs. A. B. Chunn, j. H. Carter, G. M. Roberta, R. H. Grahl, G. L.Mc- lionaiu, n. j. tagg, J. a. tagg, j. jt. Kantin, w. T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smatbers, Mrs E L. Baird, W. W. McDowell, James W.Patton, Mis. Leicester Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H. C. France, Mrs. A. Sinclair P 8 McMullen, Forrest W West. Livery. Sale and Feed Stables. Reynolds C Chambers, J. M. Ray, W. A. Wed dln. James Sevier, C. O. Allen. T. H. Stanstll Wm. Cox, E. XV. Ilemdon, g. H. Barnard, G. W. Morgan i Co., E. T. Clemmons, Jesse R. Starnes.. Colleges, Schools, te. - Asheville Female College, Ashevlila- Male Acaaem; School k,;um,i, alio. tf. A. nmu o x iihuh w three white public schools, two good eolorea scnoou. A graaea scnooi nas been utnorisea dj law, and a State normal school will be held every Rummer. , Millinery, trc. Mrs. II. M. Herndon, S. Whitlock, Mrs. M. E. Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs R R Porter. Attorneys At Law. McLoud & Moore, J. H. Merrimon, 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, S. H. Reed, W. B. Gwyn, Locke Craig, W. R. Whitson, Jones and Hardwicke, Johnston A Shnfocd, W. M. Cocke, NuU Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, V. 8. Lusk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman. Physicians and Surgeons. D. J. Cain. W. L. A W. D. Hllliard, John Hey Williams, J. A. Burioughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. Nelson, Wardlaw MeGLU, H P. Gatchell. : Dentists. G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, R. H. Reeves, A. B. Ware; Banks, Bankers and Brokers. Bank ot Asheville, Sluder A Barnard. i Merchant Tailors. r - ' J.W. Scliarwe. " Dealers in Furs. M. Ellick. Seal Estate Agencies. Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Natt Atkinson, Aston, B. M. Jones. Architects and Civil Engineers, F Venable. J A Tennant, .- Tobacco Warehouses. The Asheville 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 A Hull, J. E. Ray, E. I. Holmes AO., Sbelton A Perry, W. Williamson. Coopers, Ac L. F. Borrell, N. W. Glrdwood. WOUam Weaver, -Hart. " Wines, liquors, Ac. Loughran Bros., : Hampton A Featherstone, W. O. Muller. A Co., A. P. SorrelL luiUtrs. 3, C. Brown A Co , Pattnn Avenuo. Papers Hanqers. Cain A Hunt, Moore A . Fltzpatrick. Newspapers Daily and Wekklt Citizen, Daily and Weekly Advance, The Asheville Tribune (weekly.) Job Offices. '. The Citizkn Job Office, Hunt A Robertson. Photographers. Kst. W. Taylor, W. T Robertson, T. T. Hill. Grist Mills, Ac Jordan A naliyburton, N. W. Girdwood, Jas.E. Buttrick. McLane. Fertilizers, Ac - F. V. Waddell, "Star Brand." Penniman Co Anchor Brand," G. M. Roberts, Alex. Porter, Piedmont," W. H. renlaud, "Owl Brand," Bear den, Rankir. Co., "Oher A Co.'s Special," Lyon A Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes, "Ar lington." W. W. Barnard. "Sea Fowl," N. W. tfiirdwoed Co., "Soluble Pacific" Insurance. r. . ' L J. Aston, ThosTW. Branch. . . W. V. Telegraph. S. G. Weldon, manafrer. - Southern and Adams EScpress. V ' A. Stikeleather. manager. . vs. -. .' ttra OMcers of 'Buncombe County. '" ,u 6heriffJ. R.Rich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; hj .Clerk S. W. Herndon; Register J. R. Pattersor.; Treasurer J. H. Courtney; Surveyor B. F. Patton: Tax Collector T. W. Patton. . ' ' Inferior Court: fustice G. A. Sbulord: Clerk Mont Patton; Solic; . or Li. B. tarter. - , . County Commissioners. J. E. Rankin. J. A. Reagan, G. W, Whitson, L. Childs, Thos. D. Brittain. . Justices of the Peace. ' A. T. Summey, N.A Penland, T. W. ratton.C. . Way, J. M. Ledford, J. M. Jarralt, J. B. Cain. City Government. "." - Mayor E. J. Aston; Aldermen W. T." Reynolds. Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F. Scott, I. H. Gnrenflc, N. W. Girdwood and J. L. Murray. Policemen F. N. Waddell, Chief; W. G. McDowell, J. H.Hamp ton, HuKhPoatell and T F Hunter, i , Fire Department. Hose N. 1. o reman H. C. Fagg; H. A L. Ko. 1, CapCF A.H ' Sanitary Department. . : Vt. D T Millard, Sanitary Chief . Federal Officers .-: C. 8. Commissioner, A. T. Sunrmey. Deputy Collector, (stamp office) A. Dfooper. District Deputy 8. C. Herren. Deputy Marshall!, R. O. Patterson, A. C. Patterson, T. K. Davis, II. 8. Har- United States District and Circuit Omrts. Jndee R.P. Pick, f-'olieilor J. . 1 jd. Clerk J. E. Reed, Deputy Cleik P. A( t o nir k- i Pot Office. . " . ' :-":' . '' H. LvGBdper P. W- tluls C. 1.U le, W,L. 2Cinan, f. L. Clift. - Srvin'g Machine Af-curies. ' ' Vtltetilfra wnn, J. n. IKiiiif, Mel Clerk iim Vetf-Ue Jut-lice. Singer, Vt H. llorrniban, l.niei cieiK vt . umt-ain. irenetw, s. u. cer A on, has 1 1 e.- Covvtv Ptiord of F.duration. A. T. Eunimey, J II tarns and IS li Gudpcr. First Uvular n tlu t ltt tlrmlsy in retlrmtfr. - DAILY EDITION, INTERESTING READING M AhTER ON THE FOURTH PAGE. Arrival and eprtnre of the Trains). Salibbubt Mail train arrives 9:29 A. m. " Departs 8:32 p. x. " " . - Day train amveB at 2;14p h. " " departs at 10:30 a. jc. Tennessee Arrives 57 r. a. . . Departs 9:47 a. h. Waynes vjllx Arrives 4:39 p. x. - " Departs 9:39 A. x. The Waynesville train reaches that point at 11:30 : 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 the Citizen Office, if you uurtl il done neatly, cheaply and u-itt dispatch. THE DAIXY CITIZEN ; Will be published evry evening (ex cept Sunday) at the following rates strictly cash : , . - Six Months, . ., , . . A 00 Three ... . . 1 50 One u . . . . . . ; 50 One Week, . . ; ... 15 ; Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev ery evenincr in everv rart of the citv to our subscribers and parties wantinpr it will please call at the (Jiti.en t)tnce. Weather Report Kept. 38. Barometer at t a. m. 80.35, falling.'".. Thermometer Minimum 59; maxi mum 68.. Sky Overcast. . Wind Southeast. The Daily Citizen Gives the only telegraphic dispatches received. A fine line of Hats, Caps and Furnish ing goods will soon be opened opposite Eagle Hotel. tf. A lot of splendid clothing just received at Levy s. Swain county land for sale, See adver tisement elsewhere of A. F. Rice. The sale of the furniture of the Caro lina House is taking place to-day. Bid ding spirited. See notice of T. C. Starnes, City Tax Collector. He calls on taxpayers to eU tie up. We learn of the loss of $eeral tobacco barns during the tat week. Our farmers cannot be too careiul. Messrs. B. M. Perrow & Co., Leaf To- bocco Brokers, are moving into" their new and commodious quarters in the Pulliam bailding, south of the Court house. Major Ed. Herndon is still absent, in Virginia, endeavoring ' to recuperate his health. His many friends hope he may return home improved. . Our Mr. Eur man left for Jackson Court this morning. The Buncombe No-Fence Injunction case will be heard there this evening and our readers will be kept post ed as to the result. A gentleman who has just visited quife a number of tobacco larms reports to us that he finds much tobacco 'being cut too greeen. We hope our farming friends will not damage their crops by such action. Mr. Sam. Taylor expresses biiine'.f high ly pleased with the treatment received at Knoxville by those from Asheville who had horses in the races there last wc.ek. Asheville carried off most of the prizes offered. We are glad to learn from him that quite a" number of .horses from Ten aessee will .be at. the Asheville Fair. Week ending Wednesday, Oct p : The month is likely to enter aool, with local frosts changing to warm, fine weather for th season variable, un settled and stormy, with cool weather and high vrindf. The Southeast wind which blew vio lently for three days with a clouded sky passed away after all without rain. It came and it blew and threatened, and the dust was whirled through the air. and the paved streets were lilt hard ana bare; and thiB is all the good we derived from the storm. ....... The weatern campaign begins this week. Our Mr. Fur man took the train for Webster. He or another of ua goes to Macon, and thence on. We hop our friends will have their pocketbooks open for the occasion. The Bacoiiiaji is a paper published, in Louisville, Ky., in the interest of Bacon and sons, men of the human, not of the procine variety as might be inferred from locality. We acknowledge a copy of the same and express our appreciation of the human intelligence that directs. Mr. S. C. Satterwhite has been on as again, this time with the exhibition of jars of canned raspberries and jars of ths fine Niagara grapes. Than those nothing can be more beautiful; and possibly Mr. Satterwhite has got in the red colossal raspberry what is especially adapted to our soil and climate. The hedge rows and the water aides of this section show that the raspberry finds a natural habitat here. But we must go a step higher than the native fruit, nature simply gives hu man intelligence hint and a foundation; upon that man must build. As with the raspberry, so with the grape, and we have climbed higher and higher until we have the Catawba, the product of a wild grape of Buncombe. Now out of the labrusca, we get the white Niagara, one of the most perfect of native grapes, and this is the speciality of Mr. Satterwhite. Paice List. ; ; 1 ; ": 1 The following are bargains : Rogers' Triple Plated Knives at $1.75 and $2.00 per set; liogeis' Table Spoons and Forks $3.45 per set; Dessert Spoons and Forks $2,90 per set; Tea Spoons.f.Go per set. All the above are guaranteed. White flnd'e Knives, good grade,. $1.25 and $1J0 per Bet; Celluloid llnd. Knives $2.00 and 2.25 per get; Fine Catvers 80c per pair. ; Always lowest prices at Law's Silver and China' Hall. ? ; - - .. , . Wood. Fboposaks Wakted. ; . ;- The undersigned has about Two hun-. dred Cords of good Wood for sale. - The wood is cut amTcorded on the Cemetery Grounds. Froposahi are invitsd up. to FaturJay next, &1 October, for the wood, to te taken at the Cemetery. M. J. Ebabpen, : dtd. , . of Committee, v , OUR HENDERSONVILLE LETTER ; Messrs. Editors : A Bcareity of news in niy only excuse for not writing last week .'True, it is no better nw, but we will teil ; you - a few things that iuay.be hew to many pi your readers, i known already by yourselves. We propcee jfiv ing; you a bird's eye view'of the, bsinjjits Interests of this city and enligb.fen Uipsje who. are in ignorance ;' of the Jkcttliat Henderson ville is" nov a Tittlawyside Btation," but one of , the prettiest places, and the ideal of a pleasant summer res ort mat cannot be eclipsed, py the com bined attractions of any -oiher in the land of altitudenous ideas that reach skv-ward. . ? Out streets are wfde and shaded hiitl; large treos that inyitol to their SiarV re cesses during the heated $erm. .The drives are numerous- and delightful.. Five large livery stauies lurnisu elegant turn outs and -saddle"' horses or those who wish tq locomote. Pleasant and liuioent the promenades at"dewy evej' ar&qrowdr-. ri ' - t 1- - t. rt - 11 . 1 ect with tne trraye jtnd ths- ujay and thfe smiling maidens andl:Eivalrous youth of all sections mingle in a joyous horu8 of iiow,all is quiet and but few remain to enjoy the most pleasant 'month in the yeai- October. But all now turn their attention to business and the sj)ippe i.s sending oft" car-loads of apples, cabbage &c, the merchants are cettiac . in - their winter stocks. The Doctors have. nothing 4 .1, 3 i.1 1 A J TXT1 iu uu iiuu iuvj lawvero lesa, tvuuu-puea aie being added to',1 chickens have been induced to quit laying and cow's- give no milk since the. summer boarders have left. Chinquepins are now On the mar ket and plenty of peaches. .' Well, as to the business.' There are ten stores, eight groceries,, two candy shops, one poet office, telegraph office, four churches, two . bars and billiard sa loons, six hotels, one art gallery, part of a court house", two shoe aqd Ab"oot 'mak ers, one tin shop, 2 cabinetbops, .two urug stores, l lurniture deale r, : U Dlack smith shops, one hardware -house, on saddle and harness shop, two ' barber shops, many lawyers, a goodly number of doctors, one steam' srfw and planir)i; mill, -one agricultural .warehouse,! ;one dentist, carpenters, painters, a good many gentlemen and a few loafers.' ' ' ' ' Next summer this city will be lit up ,.-itl. ;l 1. '.. r, 1. nbu (as cut 11. uw ueeu i vvsji cau uo uone at iignc cost, as one 01 our private residences will use it this winter: " Our-tobacco warehouse will' soon lie completed and the finest-tobacco raised in North Carolina will be"siJd upon its floor. ?G'f'.'A JJA lO We will also have a secular newspaper in a few weeks that will blow the trum pet for this section, andinfact v'ejritend to be "very nfUcirof a 'place"" ai-d don't you Jorget it. ,1! Yours trulv, Job Kobv The Special Tobacco Premiums. , The following circular has beii issued explanatory of the special premium's on tobacco .to be given at the approaching Faiii- We are pleased to learn that our farming friends will enter largely into the competition : Parties entering for any of the special premiums offered for tobacco will be gov erned by the same rules as have been adopted for the contests for the premi ums offered by the Fair. Not less than twenty-five pounds must be placed at some warehouse, in Asheviue, . Iroiri which a sample will be drawn and plac ed n exhibition : at :' the Fair Grounds; and each ,party competing must state which premium he is competing for: ' ' The same lot of tobacco cannot com in competition for both the Fair and special premiums, although the same party may compete for one or more of the premiums. All tobacco on exhibition will be sold on the grounds, the price Qbtaiaad.tu govern the award oremiums,rWdbef Duyer m airtases- totaice tme lot irom which the sample has been drawn. ice salewui be undr4.he,supervi3iop L". ' a Committee appdiin'tect by thi Exoa-v(.j- of tire Committee. Jordan IStoSk, Secretary. For the Asheville Citizen. FROM1 jCkSONl- :'' Fink Crops Rapid 'Improvement.' i : "J;;'. M ' Jr. ttci t&kdkt.ti'. C."'1' Mestrt'Editorsi We ask for .space in your m66t valuable paper' lb dot' 'a 'few items from this' beautiful . galley. .ofjSeett's. creek, Jackson county. Corn, which has ever been the staple r-crop here; i:ifr miifi td be above the average. crop. Our farmers are cutting their tobacco;!' iwhicrf ' tliey planted rather as an experiment crop, and it is proving to be, very, jjood. We wish here to give the actual measurement of seme of the tobacco raised in th locality. Having walked through our friend IX G. Br yson's tobacco patch and assisted him in measuring some of the jevf s; hlsp--bacco. AVe found some few leaves that measured 24x40 inches, arid quite a dum ber ' that were 15x36.. "i Mr.I Bryson isays "that he will make fjrorrjSpq to, 1,000. bush;. els of corn this j-ear; also some tobacco, and a very fine, lot of siiaar cane, and po tatoes." "He says that lie is conlidenMhat be has land that will yield 40 bushels of corn per acre this year; and we learn that his entire crop was cultivated by ; himself and three other hands. This shows clearly what our farmers can do; and it also shows to some extent thc-fertilitv of Ihejiatural . soil of thisksfullvtne-, Western. C&ro- Una. UiHAirt l3jH -' We know that it nas been supposed' that Western North Carotinawas a kind of a grcund-hog ..country, settled with a few exceptionsbyirrjOTjsinets aid (outlaws., I It fyrthermore Tia'sTSeeh ' been 'Wid ahtli believed by some that -it -was the'next thing, to an- impossibility to-bnUil-faiJTi road Ithrdugll "Weslfer'n eirofmit' tmrf tlW mountains were as high a the moon: and it would, take, rn9re to, uild, the roap; jthan , the whole mountain section of the State was worth.' il 1 '-iJ-ii -.li.'f'f : But,, alas.- she here, and the, whjstle of the ihundering locomotive is hear d tQ echo' and re-echo;; as she bears her .ponderous' burdens; and winds her way -jhroiigh jhe beautiful valleys of this great plateau , of Western North Carolina and made it as it were a new North Carolitva.7, , tii' .. ' 1 ..; Respectfully, - lb T: A ebod "restaurahV &' a' : necessarV?sf tablishment for every city. Doc, 1 1 utehy is n supplies' this need by ther Wtritfe Man's Kestaurant-rpn , lain Street, be tween the Bonanza aiid'theljank.'' Dock advertises oysters how; daily, ahd ofl'ors a tempting bill of faro. J.-wn -1 toc-2Q r KFJ'IRS AT BLACK --.MOUNTAIN, t ' .!r-j-i I -! i U -t:a Mosnt. MircELt HoTki.,) ' ; BiJtcstfoMovxTAisr'!t.'-33th;;'x5.pi &$m-. Dougherty;- found when hi opened iitdre ''itifo tuprfiing.lliat. V6m"e .person pe'wis '1! rVined hiatstorei Sunday niijaijet reliewd his cash Tirawer'bf about' 5000 fftbil!ia'd::"si1ve'r,. nil i cottntyi had on th 'Ifotet for provisions, &c. Senator Vance an ! wife's sister .Miss Steele",-3ias jtist" arrjveU frotrr Louisville, die 'American raiTroad'.inen. are getting t e to be. Leave Louisville, Ky., at 5 in the morning and arrive t; tl ic Mount Mitch ell l T ..... 1 n Fr uuni.r 1 a annnnnnA i .C&its priernowjeaving eVery.'day.J fdxi. Eiigfenard le't for "Ka(eigh ' this evening; Mrs. Parks '-.and her if three interesting daughters will Ieavert(-morrqrN jor Jiext day; also Mrs. Patrick'. Citizek. A Valuable: S'lvcimiox rw- Dondcnt sends us the following ' Mcssr)).;dilors:-y(iiise urge, upon the planters to ltiild small. tires ia their fields, mglits, ioAs to create plenty of smoke. ; It they'apjirehend frost they ' should set fire to old, stumps irr the field.' I ad vised this vlay to, save" tobacco Tronr frost two years agd ii (jitt iVslieviUe papers. .. Ciiromo. j Our distinguished tqwnsman, Gen'l CJingiuaj), lius been contributing to the pleasure cf giiests of the Eagle Hotel, of late by singing-the '"songs of his youth," and' the sweet "melody of his voice has been as mn'ch of a surprise as'pleasure to has friends. He attributes his success in vocat'usm 'to'-- his '.Tobacco' Remedy-.' The grand old Carolinian is equal 1 to all oc casions., i- : Well Said.' ' ."' 1 "We commend the following to the at tention of our readers: bl)r. M.Ly tie's Elixir we iind'recismmehded very highly for bo well complaints, and we mbst earn estly urge bur people- to provide them selves; with either it or som equally trnnA ranct)v. i'nr1 IinrThtiift. anil Hlc pnm- plaints, for the, peculiar weather oi this season is well calculated to produce such troubles, . arid they should be attended to at oneeir meymay become unman- 1 aOauiC . . JJeqltlj, Monitor. - . NEW" A D"VEIlTiSEMltNTS. W IN WESTERN NORTH CAR- olina. near Asheville preferred, two mediutn'iiized farms, or one suitable for dly.sion, or rood un improved lauds, suitable Tor general farming and stoclc raishiB. Address, giving lull particular and price which must lie mortwnte. LSKAEL 1). LUM. Martison. sept29-ltw -t Morrjieo-.New Jerse.-. STRAYED OR STOLEN, Froui the range on Ciaggy Mountain a yonng BAY MARE MULE, 4 years old, wart under left ear(under brow band.) A liberal reward will be.paiil for her recovery. . 1 Apply td i . A. ALEXANDER,. sept 29-Swks w Cooper P. O., N. C. NoViiee to Tax Friyers. ! I"VVILL BIJ AT THE MAYOR'S OFFICE daily to collect the City Tax, and hopeall will come and settle their taxes, and save trouble, as I have to settle with the City on December 1st. Respectfully. .'; . 1. -. T,. C. STARNES, : sept 28-dlw -. City Tax Collector. . Swain Co. LaM ,.. f o k s.a 'ii.' ',' . :,'. FIRST RATE TOBACCO .AND GRASS. LAND.... . . Apply io " A.' F. RICE" ' scpi 29-fll'm ' Asheville, N. C. s,ooo BEAIirO ITiagara Vines AT Iloseland Vineyards, 30 cents per pound, wholesale, for the fruit in New York the past season. .100,000 strong 2 year old vines now grcwim? arid, foj .VaieatjlJiej ) ( ' Son th or li Ilea (i q u.ar t crs. ' "Being a propagatbt f this Yustly'dtSe brated grape, and. the authorized agent for its general introduction; am in a po sition to offer special inducements in Strong . -Acclimated Vines 'ami cheap freighb. w" '" " Send orders direct to r . S. C. S.iTTl-iitTliWAiT, ' ; l?oselaii Vinejards. . S Allien, S. C., Or fo'my agents. 1 ' 'f ' ' , ', lleliablf JTMeti Wanted iu Each . Comity. Fp'rcertificate Of tagency, order Iwok, address as above. 'r. - if. M'V - .' V. v.---, JNo "Vines are genuine unless a seal is attached.; and none t my agentsare gen nine whose, certificate number is under ' j . .i;!!'i?e?H1n:"flm. WAnhi.AW iIcC.li.ii, M. D.. v :'!-( IK (I S'W. I Offices over DeVaalt's Drug Store. ' '' l" . S.ciUHeiijatpsJ, .,t i. Eye aud'jifr, "tfiroal and Xose, lleort'and -. . .; .Lvngt., :; .;:'-;..! . ,: . tr Office liou) IP a j w.. to 12 m ,and 8 to 4 p. m. . .' se4-tf UU. : .v .. . . v . f'i. -7TF ATOTICE. 1 ' -. I. have full authority bv an act of the L fji?sfttiire of North Chrolina at the last sessionT to jler registration ot deeds, due is of trust, morttrutres and chattel iiuirteasres. ; ;f i t--f llf'lt)ijTi i'AXTQWJ .fiJ,i, -Spftt. T.-d1aij.twltf,i Clerk Inlericr Court. , . : 1 -';!'! HELLO, FRIEND ! y'.i'A're You Hungry',? .11 1 1. 1SH Dining: JU loom. .) .i s Ati tret som'ctliinir nn--fo eal 1 nr. m 11 ILL I al wa y h 4ti ha n 1 1 , a n d I h e hnesb the market aJl'ds to sus tain him. . ..v.-?- .1 South Main etna se 1-Wlf 2 doors above F.agle st. ; Will have a r "esenhttive at'ali the Courts in the We&t. n is earnestly- heped that all friends wi'I m t him pf(mptlv, L a'fld make old thii.a iiev by closing hp all old accounts. We feeWe can call on all now with confidence oKa ready and willing response 'Those -ho may not' be called on bv'hiirii are kiadlv ' reoues ltol to call. on him, so that aliSmatters ran r u . . . 1 1 . i - - r . : . . a 1 . i v ue eemeti up. ai is uet-esiaryve snoiiut make' this urgent appeal to ottr friends. A . r - - - V - .- - V W tl . - , Puhuc Schools of Bcxcojusb. a - Mrl Jno. W. Starnes,-. Supt. Pubjic In struction for Buncombe ebunty,ha.been over half of the county this fall, audfinds the schools generally in a very prosper- f pus condition. . A ' great many of the schools are . suspended- at the present time because x of Jarm work. . lie finds himself unable to eii regular reports of his: Visits, as lie desires to give reports of all schools in one settlement at the same time, and many, being suspended, he rKAKl'TS t VMv:4ATi' : The-llichmond Stat gives the following pleasing information : v '-' ' - In a household in' Buncombe county, N. C, a large dish of peanuts has been placed on the dinner table for dessert every day in the year since the lady of the hou.se took a fancy to the fruit thirty years back. ;" : ; The Westebn Uaptist Convention ' Meets in Asheville on Wednesday Oct. 14th.. Let all delegates, and visitors, note the' fact, that it does not meet on-Thursday as heretofore. Tickets will be on sale at all.the offices on the W. N. C. Hi R. at six cents per mile round trip. Am ple provisions are being made to enter tain the Convention, and we hope to have a full meeting. W. W. Wells. - Zelena, a domestic cigar, aells for 15 cents, two for 25 cents, handsomely rn-ide, long. Havana long filler, Sumatra wrap per. Is sold at Pelham'sJPharmacy. Try : . The city is extremely quiet to-day. Not even a dog fight to startle the community. To the Pubtic Generally. : . I have leased Wm. Hill's Barber Shop, and take charge of it this day. I will keep the very best workmen on hand at all times. "3 i .' - II. IltGGixs. . sept-sSdtf PR;iIt)SALS..;WAKTEl. , . " J .I,roT)osalswiH be received by me until Friday evening, 2nd inst.i for the erection f a Shed on the Fair Grounds. Work to be done at once. " For plans apply to me. Jordan Stone, Sec. W. N. C Fair Association. GeorgeNash - - ; Will furnish and plant tretX evergreens and all trees of mountain yrowlh, in any park or vard. in or near the iVty, at cheap rates. -Leave orders at the Crrr.lEN office. aug 31 d3mo First of. the Season. Messrs. Zachary Bros., at their popular stalls on Main street and Xo. . 1.. Market House, are nowotrering Fresh Pork, daily, to their customers. Now for superb pork chops and head stews. . . . , . toc .; . Wait for the hew Merchant Tailor Clothier and Hatter onpositc the lagle Hotel. ' ' ; ''." tf. FltEil OY3TE1W, . .""".' . . , - ...Iii ajr-tigh it can's, received every. Tues day and Saturday, at ("apt. Price's Fresh Fish market-, adjoining Weaver's Shoe Store. The oysters arc a luxury. " Fresh ocean fish of the best varieties, received every Weil'sdaj' and Saturday, mornings Call "promptly. ., tl. ', BoAbn at Reduced K.tes" I . . -; Can be seinired at the very popular re sort the Turnpike Hotel, jfSfteeh milt-s west 6f Asheville, inimediatelv Oh '-the W. X. C. K. R. Mails, telBjiraph end ex press. . Apply in person or by ..letter to . MliS. J. Ok SlIATlIKKK, , ' dtOctlo .v , . Turnpike, X. 0. uz Peice of Tpi; Tobaoco Heat IIkgu- " LATOB. : .. . 4J ..... .., The price of the Haidwicko ;& Welles Heat Regulating AttacL ment,.. will, be $10.00 .for any si zed barn. They will be snt "by express or' freijjht' iniineitiately pupon receipt of Order, . Thvse Attarh mentsare always on j baiul at Marshall, N. C, and will be at other places as soon as arrangements-ii-an be made for. the. manufactur'v a .. - : . .tnovl ' ; Some elegant fall Overcoats just ivceh ed at Levy's.- - : . ..TTlie best 5 cent Cijjar in town at l.y- os'-- White liofp.": - Valuable . City Property for. '''i;-; Sale,; ; . :;;J THK STORE norSE AJD LOT on Patton Avenue, adjoining C. . Cowau's Jewelry Store, :troi-erry of H.' John- jmmi rtoii, dee'd., will be sold a. public IS SI'9! aucUou on l"jf:!g Thursday of the.- IJ'. N. C. Fair Association, ,,;-r:-: October 22d, 188-S;'--r . i: 'aI te premise's on Patton Avonuc.' Sale to take place wt li o'clock il . . A stiict conipliaiue with (he terms Will be re quired. , . Terms One half cash down; one half oft twelve mollis iiiuc. . ' Ii. IS. JOJJNSTOX. "ree"11018 . se 22-liw.tds. , .., ...:,. . . . Be Show is Com gCT IN tic it'iuir.ciit Ctu'i lot it, to call on AD .COOPER,;1 Corner Main street nnd Palton Aveme, for jotu- Groceries- Trovf sioxts, aire. se l"(lwaMtt) ;' l:' ri--f-f' - -.-.. i . A MUMt. tW M MllMlU tfl I AFOR''ItEJrT: ''-4 '" FROM now till 3 o'do-k . Sept.- 2Qth,. JS83," J-K.Tx-one Unll" receive pro tiosals from persons desiring to rent said Warehouse for the- 6ale of leaf tobacco. Packing aiHj prize rooms will be let with the house All lor the term of one year. There wil lbi open two warehouses in AVayDesvilit this season for-the" sale tf leaf tobacco;-.' At threo o'chk, SepU 29, 1885, the Company "aill rheet and award the renting to thu; ' most satisfactory bitlder.' 1 --; . : . ; " PLANTEKS' WARF.I10TJSK CO ,- ' - fHviir.ville, N. C- Spt 2.1, 188,-i. " ' wlt-l."it- " TELEGRAPH IGH XssqCTATifn; '(I'-rjss ,TEi.EOBAMSrrSPK- i ., ii EX.;MIW2S...tErRT, . ' Ueeiiiutriiliii; it ShvIur ! ,10O,0UO. j ,"-'-yi LivxNwoKTir, KAS..'Wpt. 20. 1 t General Miles, Cbirimander of the mil itary deirtment of Jlis&Miriv in his fe pprt to the Adjutapt, Gen'l ; of the afmy , says that f before; the late . tijoublc ,.X"evv, &fexico was the home ' of outlaws, yi,th Indians crowded into bad .'rani'psbnt Hie control of the military has ''stopped 'the ie8uing'of 20,000 more rathtti" than ; the Indians needed; favetl $100,000 iper year t6; the Govern in ent, .And diiyeu oflV the outlaws that are blocking . thy, jiath n ay to civilisation rarid pcrptuated -barba-r rism, cbstrns hundreds of 'thouaauds of tot tnaimMn-8WvB'rW,fifcaiiffi 80,000 Indians. Il .is capable of Slip-' portingrnany millionsof white.! people, and ought U) be opened to settleuttMiJ, with land enough reserved to Indians to give earn a farm. They.' can be iiiade self-sustaining."'" Ifc urges' "Wai'ryinj"! but absolutely all promises'to Indians.'- Tii4 reioi t concludes with a ltjcomtnending that private soldiers be Uscharped lafter four years' servise, with rank of 2d Lien tenant, provided tlicy-pa.sr rigul cxauiin ations. ''.',, ', ". : n. , K.-.m-!, ; ' The Soluliou matf tlie Eastern ; Problem. ! fjx. Peteiisulko, Kpt. 21). :; The Jour Hol de St. Pc h rsburjr comments ing on the- lioumelian difficulty i.ays; '"There is npqaeslion but that the con ference of theAmbassadors at Coiibtan tinople will arrange for the united diplom atic action- towards both Turkey and B ulgaria bo as teVprevcuta conflict be tween them, and thtif allow the signors ot the Berlin- treaty tinie loiscgyprthe solution more in harmony with the in terests of Turkey and ' tlie balance ff will be maintained whi-ii thn Eastern question is under the xn and mofal authority of Europe. Tho pacific tend ency of the powers admits of a hope Uiat the crisis will not augment, and that what" Bret appeared a difccult problem will be promptly solved." 10 :- --- ; Banking IScuseFjiilare. . . Kkw Vokk- Sepfc.StU:! The well'-knpwh banking and bi pk,r age house of Sou'ttc'r ' & Co'., has'hiitde ah oissignment tx Morrid SY Miller, with "Preferences amounting to C'J.OOO. Mr. VV K. Scoutler also makes personal, as signnlf nt. The . general impression is that the fa.isignmeiit grows out- of Leal J contest over i.he .will "of Mr.' ScouUer's father but thia is denied at ollico of the firm where it .is stated that tf:i lirui lias no outstanding ic.oRtractis'.'n ; ixcliange. A stiiteuient ici.npw being prt-iwrilriaiid. will be given for publication in ;r shoi't tiitie. ' It is prooabio tlin! the suspension will be Only ' temporary ' ' " t ': T'CVO .' 3iKkHTXQA'.;. I'rfiK-A. . l.om '" Th trttj . 'jflesi. ,,;' ' " " . London, Sei-t;y,iiUir t . j.j I . . Alulispatcli ."ironi" Mosa-uiuijiir, rccfiy ed here to-da givis I'll.;' utbiiis of a bat tle between-thu'Freiici: troops 'undt'i'Ailv miial.Miot;ari(I How, at Fa'mfat; ;Mad ag:us ar,.t.ii ..Sept. 30, and claiut. tlnti the French forces wens defeat ni. ;f Tho;ivf vas occupied a Strongly entrenched po sition, which' 'Admiral M.iits'tMeinitfd lo capture. After very .sevt'rt flghtisg, last ing -.folly: two hourK, the- French were cowpe?ed ..ti fall , back ': ton ;Tomataur which the'. did ju aiK5rderly,- manner, with a Joss o 20 tnt-n kiUed,.anl.wotrnd: ed;; ::.::-o'X: "'.. '; ..,' .,,.:;''."' ":.-' :: ' -BA'i.iOKB,,8e))t.29.:I .'iblotfr'rm-'wit4i'rogtitaiae.an'l:.4y. Southern: easier i and ''rjiikxtf western lower and quiet. .Southern red. "5(J7. No. 1 Maryland 97":. .No. ? western' tor rod October 02(Jl. (join Southe firm,' "western lifmer. amT nrore active ."' Southern white 55 5, yellow .j2"5X. " 3 -X;w -Yorlt. Stock., larkot. .. New York, jfeptember 20. . Changes at opening of stock market .this moimmg were 'only fro'rri.-r'-S to 'i;4 'per cent in-either dircttiou-while Sti Pa'iil Lackawana and Jersey:. Centra! v?.r& un cuangcu. - Market became ; very aetive. during ..first 15 . minutes declined J-Sa3rS per cent., iate tmor: being very pronu- neni lor activity.- 1 he market,, thru' be caniiiS dull,' strong, and" -early ' loses we're recovered. 'Towards 1 1 o-'clock tneie'was renewed activitv and; strength displayed and pi ices roe to the highest point of the morninj, Vanderbilta being promluent in the rally, Lackawanna was also con picu-. ou lor sirengtnAnroughouttlie nour, never going below opening:prices.' At ii o'clock market is active, strong, Total Sales fiist hour o'.ooo shares.' ' J , . . ' f .iQi p.; - ; . London Moury Xnrkrt. s'v; Lcbds,' Sept, 20. Consols 1X) It is hard ' to convince - a ! New Yorker that his State is not t, bigger than the.. United . Suites. Many of Presidoiitr'Cleveland'frr.NxnvT rk friends' conti oiij to jda I I ( ni -JJoyr-, nor. " vTv -'V- -v''- ' La ni Kktky Blanks.--' -!; .: TheCiTizEX has on hand a' full (Kt'iply of blank warrants Jlor laiid irtries. eend us your orders.' 1 'T-i ' fo-i Last week ;. over $ 13,fX)0,000 in coin were: shipf)cd - from , the1' San Francit-co ..niftit ' to . t-asterix sul treasnrice' ; ' ;..', . 1K '"On draft daily; ;drrerjt from the Springs, at Dr, Sfonjcnre's Drur Store, with cthor mineral and Ja wnera. (CallJ on . hinj.. Fresh-Porlf. Jusage daily. oty,han( ,at, ' vSacharV UrosTStalls ori "Main street and 'Xcy.-i j'IarVffe-Hnoe;V.f .-H'ji'jiu.'ttocs-ii .-.'wnT Ir.i-.'-i!.' -vif: '.'-A: .; ,i ; LP NGEIJ , jP.y ZZ.LE. r r I If i j.j fl .gi.IARLp;rTE,i ' n Md have solved it. Andiore, i their' "aolutiouy which will, n? doubt, be redd by all econ omicril' purchaser; irr fact; by all whd wish " to-se;hre H bargain .j!i'-, ?.;i..,i ',:') ! Thcr are'of&ring ;( - 1Q Count them. 0 , f(- . 1 .1? i'-; r- . f.yi 11. 1 ij.' "'s li.i'l l"! whicK bold trood ftir jUliibLlifd--tuii niitr.T' rook TDnxTBu v iiw, 3ftive shall coiinter- the'cplumnof yqr paperw-ni7o i;U f-! I No. I. Black gr. gr. .Silk worth 80c for;r f.5cper'ya.'d'. V-?'J'?' ' ' -'-;! ';' . j Nxj.; 1,1;; 'Black ;nlJ i wboUJCahaieres-' ... .1. l . l- A - J 5 f if. LiUiies black antrsolid i colored " j 'i:liJ Hose -worthaba foe ; 1 ac a.nuir. I N. 1 V j. Ladie solid . colored jand; black j-Iios'e, regular niade, worth 46c for ac a "' pair.-.j? Oil -.: -vt i 1 i :u-iii .i -. t -. 1 . No.i V. ..scinch B leached Tablp Damask t worth '60c 'for 45c',' '. '. '", ' S. VI.. 18x38 all-Liheii Huek'Towels worth 20c for i.c jeach. r ,,. .,;.vr ... . No.'. VII. 24 in. 'heavy bress Suitings in ' oxford grey' anil brOwn,- worth '2cfof 18c ' Fkesh Sdphub WxTiin' iJ't':iN VIII. 2ix4? Bleacbed Damak , . Tpwei. wArth for'boc;11 They'll1 vur-' ' pngeyou. "!i 'No." IX- JraC will, buy a beautiful Hemstitched colored bordered Handker-' chief vorth'1 Js'b. X. 7; dozen of Ladie's white Linen . . SLinking "Collars vrttfc 'Cape;1 wbrth 2oc,': for 16c each. "f .' ' . 1 . WlTTKOWSKy. &.BARUH. ,,,,, . WcarervUIe Colleff.' ' The next Sesskm 'begins Sept.' JOth..' i'rf. TV ."ri. AX..Jl! .iuly 28. Si f 1VAT XJ llwAw2m. t -: CL OUT-SALE: '11 hl.Hi .'.it i,i.i-.y Mi'iniir.:-': Sprintr anO Sti miner1 ' " -'.:''.'' "."!: 1 : .' 1 1 ; .ii . -i; ! .:, i.' - l&T -..-.ii.-.i-s..- : .- .1.1.; ! . : r.I fi!i it:- l" WAKEHQUSEi'a . ' V: : -j, -,-:...;.; --iKOR;TIrKi!-.':J- viU -. c 1 i ' r- :'l J:i: 'iVIl " i.. .I-: .'ti" c.-.-A .-Mriif liu: 1 ''! , . All of my. .pringand. .Sfiipme ,'Gpol:i I ; ; ! 'fB'isir )h SfJ 1 v ' .ilA'T'' jP " T:,!. !..:; j hfewk Vxi' ' - '--- Ft iiits Jercales. noun .1'. inw. ii j iiUnui - HdsicVif, Silkrx ' V.: i.:;T-!ilii i'hl, i!-:-jJu.V iIjm "'' rW&Wi " n:Sr dud u:iUU )il:!i.' IIM'U. OarRtot-k is' 'imwJjinplete aud'inivle 0 of thr;lie8t !iryiahi,,lwiU?RU.Wie latest; lit ii improvenients.. Single and double ant a 1. in nicliWfchd oVJe'ntarThbUer. either ftilt'11" ' or nickl,e lipedi vA-U.theMriwiriirs on !; !t ! Saddles and Bridles ' Or eVery grade and price, from cheapest , . , ; j Moriin to thtf-J?nglisff Sha'ptod." .!'' .-,- ', J.i'lO-M mI; .i-UV t-ljr'.t" 4 0( every Jcind, "size, grade and price, : ' 'V nst 'f ecbt ve'd"'" :.-! ved h fresh bUm-E. inehulintf . w VKJ'Hl"tS, .;eiiSlMKW,' ijowi nrami', seathem;-: " (; j v I : : ti. -.;.,.' .. . .. I I Tl....h l -.:. IIii.I.il,"r'l In every -vahcty. ' 'in, Jxj: tfr. . 1 .:i:,l.,-'i J.:- Jw. '..;'' TW.' ' . . . , ..J' . lleiiieinber, wy have no finachirjfiryj, ( ( ell work-' ildhe by' find! fcn'd ' jma'rantefQ.' '; Call oi),imar.l,see-whrit can bb.bouirht'1f in Asheville in our line. . . North MrtIt rtivet, ojpposibH old Central i ui' i. HoteT. Asheville, N. C. '-.'"-' Rail ;1 v-lSoitght. and Sold, ' . ' . . , t;i Jif i.iiz se's-dlni AT ESCILlTTlOTEL . "j..-i-iv: ,'oyvtl'jr.5-?JJ J-ntrX routljijjj instaJinen'Ja; without intH-!!! rCSt. - .'.fit - l'.'- i; !!.'. If ,7Jlt!- '(. OTtefi'tOR-'RE'l'. C i- h,li n lli'l After "October 1st th niO WlviTKRN or BANK ITOTK'F, is for rent. 1 Apply to JOIIXSTfVf '-SHl "..Rn. H'pt .Vtltrietst i -( . .- 'i-'-i , . .1 : $) . li -T .'H,;.. ' 'J-t ' ' -1 ' -J. A 1 : 1 -U n .n i '.i I '- i - v.