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' -Fiurnar, Stens 5 Ctoeren, j EDITORS A.ND FROPBIETOBS. ,'? A t si 7- X Year; 3.00 " - . , -, 6 Mo., . - S.oo Weekly, -' ' i Vear, r v X.50 - 6 Mo., ' -7S vlD VBRTJSING RA TBS- LOW. Ashe ville Business Directory. General MerchantsWholesale and Betafl. C. E. Graham A Co., S. K. Cbedester 4 Son, J. D. Krevara & Co.. J. O. lioweil, B. Mammersmafr C. K. Lee. II. Redwood & Co.. J. P. Sawver. G. A - Mean, A. H. Jones Son, Bearden, Rankin & Co., w. a. urown, u. m. KODens. . Garden and Field Seeds.. Powell t- Snider. H. H. Lvons. A. J. Merrill. H. Redwood fc Co.. J. O. Howell, J. V. Sawyer,- Bear- aen, cankin von c. ju.. Moncure. Growl, May and Flour. . J. R. Starnes, Powell & Snider, Alexander and Hardware, Agricultural Implements, ice. Penniman & Co., VanGilder & Brownv . Stoves, JJowefHrnuHng, and Tinware.' Ballard Bros., Brown & Bearden, Idndsey Bros. Clnthina. Gent? Furnishinn. tc. Jumes P. Sawyer, M. Levy, Charles E Lee, 8 nmuoct. Boots, Shoes, and Hats. WKT. Weaver, .51. Levy. '- ; Boot and SItoe Manufacturer M. Levy, W. T. Weaver, A. Freck. Books and Stationery. J. Ih Wilkie. J. K. Morgan & Co., H. T. EU- ;.' rook, H. H. Lyons. . ' ' Druggists and Pharmacetdistis. H. H. Lyons, W. C. Carmichael, C. W. De Vault & Co., C. a. Moncure, w. is. jfeinam. Husica. Jistru7nents, ice. 1 De Vault Bros. - . Jewelers, ' ; .C. Cowan, Steflfner and Robertson, ; t FamUu Groceries. , , ' Powell and Snider, a R. Kepler, A. R; Cooler, Penley & Co.. T. F. Starnes, G. W. Goodlake. A. J. Merrill. J. E. Ware, Ware and Howell, A. C. Davis, James Franks, J. J. Mackey &(Co.. Jesse R. Starnes, u. L. McDonald, W. Is. Morgan, : m. jonnson, k. . B Noland & Sons.T. W. Shelton, J. R. Trnll.G. H. Hturnes. N. Penland. Penland & Alexander. Mrs. I. C; Smith. i Buf chert. Heat Dealers, &c. - Zachery Bros., James Lusk, T.- K. Davis, Me- Connell and Drake. , Bakeries. ., ... - J. J. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Oliver, Confectioners and Bakers. J. J. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston.T Wells Saddlery, Harness &e. S. M. Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penland. Furniture, &e. ; " W. B. Williamson, Moore & Falk, P. 8. Mc- Uulien. Undertakers'. X. Brand, J. V. Brown, John Clayton . Coal Dealers. - S. F. enable, D. S. Watron, ; Hill and Atkins W. W. Girdwood t Co. Lumber Dealers: . oubleday it-Scott. ' . .. . ; Contractors, Carpenters, and Builders. ' I. Gorenflo, John Hart, J. A. Wagner, T. C. Westall, . J. Armstrong, J. K. Buttrick, T. L. Clayton, A. G. West. . Blacksmiths D. W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. Hotel. Bwannanoa, Eagle, Grand Central, Western, ' Carolina House, Slajle House, The Villa. :. '. . ! Private Boarding. , . . F. Venable', A. T. Snmmey, ' Miss Bettie drown. Misses Coffin. Mrs. A. K. Hall. P. F. Emer- DATIiT, - son, Miss Smith, T. W. Keel, Mrs. A. B. Chunn, J. H. Carter, G. M. Roberts, R. H. Grahl, G. L.Mc DonalU, M. J. Fagg, J. A. Fagg. J. E. Rankin, W. T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs. Holland, Sirs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathers, Mrs E L. Baird, W. W. McDowell, James W. Patton, Mis. Leicester Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H. C. Franqe, Mrs. A. Sinclair P 8 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. Stansill' Wn. Cox, E. W. Herndon, S. H. Barnard, G. W. Morgan & Co., E. T. Clemmons, Jesse R. Starnes. ' Colleges, Schools, ice. Asheville Female College, Asheville Male Academy, Newton Academy, Miss Goodloe's High School for young ladies. Miss Sawyer's Primary School, Mrs. J. P. Gammon's Primary School, .three white public schools, two cood colored schools. A graded school has been authorized by . law, and a State normal school will be held every summer. - :!. ,' Millinery, ice. ; Mrs. II. M. Herndon, 8. .Whitlock, Mrs. M. E. Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs RR Porter. ' " - ' " Attomeyi'Al Law. .McLond & Moore, J. H. Merrlmon, E. H. Mer rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger ic Car ter, J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, W. 8. 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 Ilardwicke, Johnston ic Shnford, W. M. Cocke, Matt Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, V. 8. Lusk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman. . Fhytdcianst and Surgeons. D. J. Cain, W. I : W. D. Hilliard, John Hey Williams, J. A.. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. Nelson, Wardlaw McGjll, H P. Gatchell. Dentists. Q. W. Whitson( B. H. Douglas, R. H. Reeves, 'A. B. Ware. Banks, Bankers and Brokers. Bank of Asheville, Sluder A-Barnard. , Merchant TaUori. ' ' J. W. Schartie. Dealers in Furs. M. Ellicl. Seal Estate Agencies. Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Natt Atkinson, Aston, B. M. Jones. Architects and Civil Engineers, 8 F Venable. J A Tennant, Tobacco Warehouses. The Asheville WareBouse. The Btaner Ware house, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware house, The Buncombe Warehouse. Tobacco Manufacturers 0iewing and Smoking. 8.B.West,McCarty & Hull, J. E. Ray, E.t I. Holmes ic C., Shelton ic Perry, W. P. Williamson. Coopers, ice. L. F. Sorrell, N. W. Girdwood, William Weaver, -Hart. . . . Wines, Liquors, fie. t ; . . '. Loughrair Bros., Hampton' i Teatherstone, W. O. Muller, & Co., A. P. Sorrell. Tailors. J; w ' j , .J . J, C. Brown & Co., Patton Avenue. . ' Papers Hangers. ' . Cain ic Hunt, Mooro ic . -u ' . Fitzpatrlck. Newspapers Daily afid Weeklt Citizen, Daily and Weekly , ; Advance, The Asheville Tribune (weekly.) Job Offices. - ; : The Citizen Job Otnce,Hunt & Robertson. - Photographers. Nat. W, Taylor, W. T. Robertson, T, T. Hill. ' 'ii'tft. . !.. s' v Grist Mills, ice, Jordan ic Hallyburton, N. W. Girdwood, Jas. E. Buttrick. McLane. . . - . Fertilizers, ice. ' ' ' F. N. Waddell, "Star Brand." Penniman & Co., Anchor Brand,'' G. M.- Roberts, Alex. Porter, Piedmont," W. H. l-enland, "Owl Brand," Bear den, Rankin ic Co., "Ober ic Co.'s Special," Lyon . t Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes. !'Ar lington." W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," N. W. Girdwood feCo ''Soluble Paciac." v . Iasurance. ."E. J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch. W. V. Telegraph. ;i 8. G. Weldon, manager. . ; ' ; - Southern and Adams Express, tf V F, A. Stikeleather, manager. . - 1' VivO Officers of Buncombe' County. Sheriff J. R.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. - r, fustiee G. A. Shuford: Clerk Mont Patton; Solid -1 or H. B. Carter. - County Commissioners. ' I. K Rankin, J. A. Reagan, :G. W. Whitson, L. Childs, Thos. D. Britt&iiv - r.;,s-', Justices of tlte Peace. A. T. Snmmey, N. A. Penland, T. W. Patton, C. . Way, J. M. Ledford, J. M. Jarrott, J. B. Cain. . . City Government. ' tJ v.i.a Mayor E. J. Aston; Aldermen W. T. Reynolds, Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F.Scott, I. H. Gorenflo, N. W. Girdwood and J. Li Murray.' Policemen F. N- Waddell, Chief; W. G. McDowell, J. H. Hamp . ton, HukhPostell and T F Hunter. ; . . ... Fire Department. nose N. l, ' breman II. C. Fagg; H. t L. No. 1, ; ' Capt. F A. II - "i ':. . Sanitary Department. , . r Dr.D T Millard, Sanitary Chief. . Federal Officers - - i ' U. 8. Commissioner,' A. T. Suromey. Deputy T. Collector, (stamp office) A..D. Cooper. District .Deputy 8. C. Herren. Deputy Marsh alls, B. O. ' Patterson, A. C. Patterson, T. K. Davis, H. 8. Har- i kins ( - i - r . . ; . f: -. i , United States District and Circitit Courts. : , 'Judge R. P. Dick, Solicitor J. E. Boyd, Clerk J. ; . Reed, Deputy Clerk P. A. Cummmgs. . ' Post Omce. . ' " H. L. Gudger P. M., Clerks C. B. Moore, W. L. Kennan, CL. Cliff. - ! -. t- Sewing Machine Agencies. ' Wheh!er Wilron, X. H. Herrirg,-Chief Clerk . Miss Bessie Justice. Singer,) Mj H. Morynihan, Chief Clerk W. Monteath., , Domestic, H.H.Ched ester ic Son, Chas E Je. ' !' - ' ' ' .'. , Conntv Board of Education. A. T. Summer, J H Sams and It G Gndger. First regular meeting firtt Monday in cptcntber. von i -no. i48. DAILY EDITION. INTERESTING BEADING M ALTER - : ON THE FOURTH PAGE. Arrival and Departure of the Trains. Saiisbxjbt Mail traiif arrives 9:29 A. M. Departs 5:32 P.. M. : . " 2 Day train arrives at2;HpM. . . " departs at 10:30 A. x, Tennessee--Arrives 5:37 p. m. ; Departs 9:47 A. K. Waymesviixb Arrives 4:39 p. k. " Deoarts 9:39 a. m. The Waynesville train reaches that point at . .rr "11 . 1 - a. 11:30 : returning, leaves waynesviue at ia)o. W. T. Weaver, Sole Agent for Heaa' Hand-Made Bhoep. for men. Send yoxr Job Work of all kinds to tht Citizen Office, , if you want it done neatly, cheaply and with dispatch., THE AI1VY CITIZEX Will be pabb'shed every evening (ex cept Sunday) at tbe following rates 8lrictlf cash : ; : . i One'Tear, . . . . $6 oO Six Months, V . ' . '. 3 00 One " ... . . ; 50 One Week, ; ; . . . . ' 15 Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev ery evening in -every part of the city to our subscribers, and parties wanting it will please call at the Citizen Office. , . Weather Report Oct 2. . .. Barometeir at 9 a. m. 30.12. ' Thermometer Minimum 54; ; maxi mum 65. ; Sky Overcast. Wind Southwest. - Rainfall-Sept. 30, .890 inches ; Oct. 1, .245 inches. Rainfall for month of Sep tember on 5 days, 2.32 inches. Moon .Last quarter 0.09 a. m. There were only two heavy rains in September, on the 21et and 30th. On each occasion nearfy 1 inch. .? The month of May is still ahead in rainfall 3 inches. The Daily Citizen Gives the only telegraphic dispatches received. A fine line of Hats, Caps and Furnish ing goods will soon be opened opposite Lagle Motel. ti. Go See Whitlocx's New Goons. Cashmeres in all grades and all colors and black, at Whitlock's. A lot of splendid clothing just received Macon court commences next Monday. rTfte'CfeifzEN will be represented. Gilbert's 5G inch wide Dress Flannel best made in all colors at Whitlook's.; Rains continue. Good for those be hind in seeding, and, we trust, does no harm to our tobacco raisers. Regular meeting of Mt Hermon Lodge A. F. & A. M. will take place to-night at 8 o'clock. Rev. Sam Jones will be invited to deliver aa address at the coming Fair in Asheville, and it is expected that he will accept. " 7 The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap and Chicago Railway Compaq' for the election of Directors and other busi ness, will be held at Aiken, S. C, on the 4th of November. See adveitisement. The U. S. Court for Asheville con venes on the 3d- ot November, Judge Dick presiding. We are infotmed that the dockets will be heavy, as on the principle of a new broom sweeping clean, the deputies have done much work. We are pleased to meet Mr. Frank R. Osburn, of Buffalo, N. Y., who visits our section on a prospecting tour. As he is interested in stock growing and fruit raising, we are sure he will be pleased with this section. He is stopping at the Eagle. Mr. William Hallyburton and family, of Durham, passed through this morning, en route to Pigeon River. Mr. Hallybur ton recently purchased the beautiful Penland hotel property, atJPigeon River station, and will fit it up for hotel pur poses, with modern improvements. We welcome Mr. H. and family to our sec tion. He is father of the wife of our popular townsman, Mr. R. P. Walker. Anncal Meeting. The annual meeting of the Asheville Tobacco Association will be held on Monday, October 5, at 11 o'clock, at the Farmers' Warehouse. All members re quested to be present. Members will come prepared to pay annual dues, as no one is allowed to enter unless paid. The Virginia House, . At Hendersonville, has passed under the management of Mr. A. A. Banks, lately of Asheville. Mr. Banks and his estimable lady understand well how to cater to the wants of the public, and we know can and will give satisfaction. The Citizen v. . ': Will have a representative at all the Courts in the West. It is earnestly hoped that all friends will meet him prom'ptly, and make old things new by closing up all old accounts. We feel we can call on all now with confidence of a ready and willing response. Those who may not be called on by him, are kindly reques ted to call on him, so that all matters can be eettled up. It is necessary, we should make this urgent appeal to our friends, d wtf ? :'.-: : Pmce List. " : r The following are bargains: i " , Rogers' Triple Plated Knives at $1.75 and $2.00 per set;Bogeis' Table Spoons and Forks $3.45 per set; Dessert Spoons and Forks $2.90 per set; Tea Spoons $.65 per set. All the above are guaranteed. White Hnd'e Knives, good grade, $1.25 and $1.50 per Bet; Celluloid Hnd. Knives $2.00 and $2.25 per set; Fine Carvers 85c per pair. Always lowest prices at Law's Silver and China Hall. - Wood. Proposals Wanted. The undersigned has about Two hun dred Cords of good Wood for sate The wood is cut and corded on the Cemetery Grounds. Proposals are invitsd up-to Saturday liext, 3d October, for the, wood, to le.taken at the Cemetery, ' ' ; ; M. J. BKAEDEN, v dtd. of Committee. Don't buy Clothing till yoa have seen the new stock soon to be opened in the new building opposite Eagle Ho&l.- tC OUR IIENDERSONVILLE LETTER. Hendersonn-illk, pe'tl ls. 18S5.' Messrs.? Editor ."Grand, gloomy and peculiar is the weather this morning-f mostly rain with the usual accompani ment of mad. 'Local items are scarce, therefore my letter will thbrt.: ..- ; .Messrs. ; Gray and r' Thackara "'have turned the Virginia House over to: A. A. Banks who will keep it open dunng-the winter, and who says he would be much gratified to accommodate his Asheville friends wherTthey visit the citv. Messrs, Gray arid Thackam have made a success of the house this summer and we - pres ume will have a good time this winteT "sloshing around.? The are now in in your city and you .must look after tnem.; s a t s i --4 i We art fearftil' one bf the'Ashetille boys has gotten" into a bad scrape here yesterday. He hired a horse from Gash and Orr to ride to Flat : Rock ' and was taken up near Tryon and brought back here last night and confined in jail. We will wait for further developments befc-Te giving name, Hoping in the meantime he mav b. able t5 Drove; his innbeence'for the sake of hla-family,v whe.ar among your-most respected citizens. r As yourj theatre has closed and'tfre-drcus .one, you must be having a lonesome time- in Asheville. Capt. Morriss is much exercis ed because we left out the book-store in our last article. , Also 2 . butchers were omitted. Yours truly,' ' JobJSqbt. i i . ;' I For the Asheville Citiien. ; NORTH CAROLINA'S EXHIBIT AT THE WORLD'S EXHIBITION" IN LONDON. C Meisrs. Editors n The great importance attaching to a proper representation-of the various products of the western part of this State at the World's Exhibition in London next May is th&excuse I have to offer in writing to yoP-i i-': H At that exhibition evtfy S8ae will be represented to greater or less; extent; iri contnetition with nearly every civilized country in the world and the competition will be witnessed by millions of people from every quarter of the globe, and"cv- ery true man n this State will jb'e inter ested in knowing that the Governor has appointed an executive cdrnniissioner and is making, most laudable efforts td have a creditable display of our products, and in my opinion it is the duty of every body to render all the assistance'possi ble. A suggestion, ah excellent one too, has been made that the commissioners of each county should not only appro priate and expend at least' $100 in pur chasing articles for exhibition, but should constitute themselves a committee to re ceive from indivjddala,gwtable products, and forward the same to the Governor: For one I fervently hope that our county commissioners will induce their enter prise and ability by taking action at once, and thereby ensure for Buncombe county an exhibit worthy of its people. Yours, &c, Bcncombite. . Webster Dots. x . Court in session this week; will be oc cupied all the week on the criminal dock et; nothing of special importance, how ever.' "" - . ' - . The crops in thelcounty are most ex-1 cellent.and if nothing happens, the peo ple will be in good condition, financial ly, soon. The tobacco crop is especially promis-' ing. Mr. D. G. Bryson showed us a beau tiful specimen of sun-cured tobacco, and Mr. Dewit, gave us a magnificent speci men of the crop of Capt. M. J. Fagg, just cured. Jackson will be well represented at the Fair. Our friends of the Enterprize are doing well, and giving special and useful attention-to the attractions of the section. . Mr. Edi S, Fowler," and others, are profitably engaged in gojd mining in the Hamburg section. rr. . T - The mica mines are still famine out very superb mica, but little v shipping s being done now. Mr. A. S. Bryson and the Webster Mica Mining Company are largely engaged in this enterprise The Buncombe stock law case, attract ed much attention, and the arguments of Messrs. Jones, for the defendants, and Sondley, for the plaintiff, won high praise for their force and ability. There are many in , Jackson who favor it for certain portions of that county. ' Rev. G. W. Spake, who has been quite illfc sometime, is improving, We are glad to note. . -. , .. t The merchants, and there artfa hum-: ber of excellent ones, are very hopeful of a good trade soon. They are prepar ing accordingly. Webster shows many Bigns of improve ment, and the excellent condition of the county, with its very great natural re souices, will make it one of the prosper ous towns of the west. It is equally dis tant from twe .stations Webster and Sylva both places, through the energy of local citizens, showing decided im provement and splendid prospects for the future. The whole, county is, pros pering, and deserves to prosper. We saw some splendid apples and cab bages atJSylva, marked for Wilmington. We call attention of our Wilmington co temporaries to, this, snalso that rates from Jackson and points along the W. N. Road for such things is only 30 and 35 centsperhundred pounds to Wilmington; so if their people are really hankering after W. N. Carolina produce let-them send up their orders. Shipments are made almost daily from Sylva and other points, of such produce, to our State markets. .... . . The hotels of Hvebster have greatly improved.. IMri ftherwohaB added largely tcr his trousd m roorrf, "and newly furnished it. Mr. Luck keeps the other hotel, and keeps it well. Both were lib erally, patronized thiff'Week , , f , f, -i - MfvAV M.-Parker5 runs ; 'ft spanking team from Sylva, and Mr. J. B. Young a splendid one from Webster Statin-. Our friends are active out ther'-u Well Said. . , Wft'imihend the lOllI owing to tne at- tention of oar readers Dr.- Mi 'Ly tie's Elixir we find recemmended very highly for bowel! complaints, and we most earn estly urge our pepple to provide, them selves with either, it or. some equally good remedy for Diarrhoea and like com plaints, for the peculiar weather of this season is well calculated to produce such troubles, , and they ' should be attended to at once, or they may become unman ageable; i Health Monitor. - . ,t ' Handsome - Ne- Goods abbiviko val kost xv kby day. H. Redwood & Co, eodtf, . ' . One Prick Stoee. a New Fall Millinery just received at r. I .'. . ' --'iWHrrLOox's. Exactly what hk is up to. ' . The Spartanburg Spartan says't . "The Aslieville Citizen, cojninehdg CatTjhoB, D. Johnston, 'iCoxigreSBman elect from that district ;for his zeal in trying to have .f Abbeville included among cities entitled .CpnwQ.' rapitj j qeuyKry ui. icibers.,. ,xue, centos does not give them the necessary population, r but tne; uaptain wiu over- com these erriall- figures ot 1880 if pos sibfe. and secure the benefits of the sys terri. Thfact is hM'ill labor zealously for anvthine that will advance the inter ests of his district, : It would not surprise us tthe Were to get an-appropriation to open np the navigation ot 'Big ivy.- " It will help rs all-.'1;' ; -'; ;.! ' The Spartanburg Spartau says, Bpeak- ing 'of tber Ashevilleand -Spartanburg RalliRoad': 'r$JllxW iX f rO t ."At lasUhatbig fiU," three miles from Asheville, has bean completed Track, layiig will nowHoegiri in earnestiand the road will be finished by the first of Dec ember. This ought! to give us lower freights to thi'cora and bacon regions of Tennessee and Kentucky and it ought to bring coal down to fcQy or 00 a ton.,' Spijb.TJi'i j; We-invite attention to the announce- nientia another column of thejHuhtley Gilbert-combination, which will appear for th'e'first time- next Tuesday evening at the Opera' House. : Mr. ; Huntley and Miss Gilbert have won. high distinction, and present a programme wnicn win. te most: attractive. ! We feel assured irom notices of these actors, and their compa ny, that out, theatre-going people have a rare treat in store ior inem next weex. RED;STALX FLOTJECbEN'' ' " t Our ceuntymen C. P. West, of Leices ter,, brought to pur office this morning, an ear pf eprn of the above variety, anda supurb specimen it is. ,:The cob is small, rows dose and straight, grains large and perfect, and altogether is a splendid corn for meal of hominy. Mr. West says it is particularly good. for roasting ears. He will Have a quantity at the lair, as well as ottier products. , ., "Whitlock has a full line of Gentlemen's Underwear in all qualities, call and ex amine. .,.... NEy ADVERTISEMENTS. OPERA HALL. NIGHTS. COM MENCING TTJE SD A Y OCT. C. Special -engagement of ,- ',' i .., - J. H. HUNTLEY. ) The talented young Americatt. Actor, and the beautiful and talented Actress MISS vBEIELGJLBERT, ' Late leading lady with Madison Square Company, New1 York, supported by a 4 . carefully selected company. ? : ' ' Change of mil Wigtitly Gefieral Admission - - 50 cents i Reserved seats 75 cents, now on sale at Sawyer's store. oc 2-dlw f1 "TKAYEli DE STQLES O ' On-TbursUar nlebt a BLACK MARE, -witli white around end of nose and three -white feet.j, Jindle and saddle on mare, A good reward will be' paid for her return". 1 6ct2-dtf ; i ' -: Asheville, N. C : Travelers Should Know That ,A. A. BANKS !: V has taken charge o f the VIRGINIA HOUSE. HENDERSONVILSE. - - N c A LL WHO CALL WILL BE ASSURED OF Alee, Clean Booms and Beds and Polite attention and the fact that Mrs. Banks has con trol of the culinary department is a guarantee et eood tare. We uretend to No. 1st Class Style, but wiu guarantee satisiaction. A. A. buhhjo. octa-oaw : .manager. w I i Common labor wanted ABORERS WANTED. at Whittier; Swain county. N. C. See Capt. Natt Atkinson, in tne citizen building, oct l-d3t Carolina, Cumberland Gap iand Wicaga Railway C Babnwell, C. II., S. C , Sept. 29, 1885. ; THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE 6TOCK holdfOB of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap and :r Chlcagro Railway, ( .. . f for the election 6f Directors and 'other- buBinoss, will be held in the office of the company, at Aiken, S. C, at 11 P. M.. on Wednesday, 4th November next. -- ; i y i . : ' JOHNSON HAGOOD, JAMES ALDRICH, President. Acting Secretary. octl-law4w F OR SALE. If not sold nrivateiv, I will sell by auction, sale day, Thursday, Octobe-90to, on tne J? air urounas, two tnorougnbrea Jrsevvou calves.- and one one native cow with half Jersey calf, about one month old, by her side. Oct. 1st, 1885. . JAS.K,DuB03E.r ' oct 1-dlawiwtd : ':' 1 . t i " j ' ' ADMINISTRATOR'S LAND SALE. ' , ;-. ; - 3. A. Lance, AdmT of Chas. Barnett, f ; . .. . V8 - ,. ' : Lonlra Harden and others. t. Notice is hereby given that oh'Monday, Novem ber 2nd, 18&5, 1 jrill sell at th Qourthouse door in th town of AshevUle to thfl highest hldder the fallowing lands, to-wit: Two adjoining tracts of land, situated in Buncombe county, on the: west side of French-Broad river, Joining lands of Kinsay Lance, R. H. Kay and others, con taining 120 acres more or less. Terms of sale, cash. Obiectof sale to create assets to pay debt. No question about title. For general informa tion about the matter apply to M. J. Bearden or Wm. R. Whitson, attorney, at Asbevitto. ru - i . By order of the Court, this Oct. J st, 1886. . 4. R. LANCE. oc2-4w. .. , Adminisrtator KOTICE of IXCOItPOKATIOX NORTH CAROLINA, , , : '" f; Buhcombe county.'' " . "!:- "" ;-; omcs OpXbrk Svpekiob CouMi 1 - Notice is hereby given of the incorporation' of the Asheville Telephone Company, that the names of the incorporator are C; M. McLoud, Richmond Pearson, N. W. Girdwood, F.' Stike leather and E. J. Aston, and such officers as they may associate with them; that theprinci pal place of business Khali be -in the city, of Asheville, county and State aforesaid, and its general par pose and business is t -' establish, - erect and maintain in the'eo'untie Of Buncombe, Haywood, Henderson and Madison, in the State ol North Carolina, or lit one. or more of said; ceunties, a system of telephones with a'l necessary exchang es, offices, poles, wires, instruments, machinery, implements ana all. other things now. used or which may otcan hereaiwr be used lit connexion with the instruments known as telephones, so aa to make and keep up a thorough system of tele phone service in one or more of said counties;" that the duration of the corporation shall he thirty years; the capital stock 'is (10,000, divided into ope thousand shares at the w softres at tne par vtuue 01 olu. . ..Oct. 1st. 1886 KH i f . ' E. W. HERNDON, oct l-diot ; Clerk Superior Court. ::?;:Swn-GorLaniir -WOK, HAl4.ll.? FIRST, RATE TOBACCO , AND 'i i.-! -.-'GRASS LAND. - . Apply to " A.' F.' RICE, ; sept 29-dlm , Asheville,' N. C. The Stock Law Before Judge Gudceb! . The Citizen has already given the r suit of the conclusion of the ' argument before His Honor Judge Gudger at Web- ter, Tuesday night Tbe argument was opened . for P the B pard, of , Oonftty , Com missioners, defendants, : by. Gen?l John stone Jones, in a speech of great force, discussing the law and the facts with ef fective clearness.51 He defended the coni missioners "and. justices with decided emphasis and power against the charges of trickery and indecency and outrage, which had been preferred against, them and he sustained the strictly legal points claimed by the defendants "with a long array of decisions by the supreme court, Blrv.F. A.. Sondley of counsel for the plaintiflT concluded the argument., This gentleman: was greatly and unfortunately cireumscribed. beinfir limited : to a verv short time, but he made one of. the best!1 Bpeecuen we ever . near a. Dresentin? I many ana very aaroit arguments, , and, rshade ofthe mighty Jurists; sustained nis claims by Btrong ana uhequiYocal citations from the opinions of the su preme Cparti siJlfi auiStenlvJonea ja.ic. isnea us ail mat so lar as tne stock: law is concerned, both sides., of the Question can be proven by the supreme court of this State:'" ' - ' . " ' '---'.-!. Each side has cause to be full satis fied; with the efforts : of its: .respective counsel, at Webster; and though we did not hear the speechesof Messrs. Gudger, Merrimon and Carter, at Wavnesville. irom wnat we nave nearar tne. whole case nas been handled, in the argui ments with signal abilitvl vi;r.i'.:-. ; i u -!. The next morning his Honor Judge Gudger rendered his decision. 5 - He said I have carefully -examined the statute. which establishes the stock law through out tne county ot .Buncombe, providing. nowever, tnat ti j omt meeting of the com missioners and J ustices of the JPeace may exempt certain- townsnips from the op erations of the law under certain ciicuni- stances. There is nothing before me to show that by resolution or otherwise the joint meeting had made such exemption. It is charged that the petition of Black Mountain was presented to the joint meeting, . and that ; the , meeting, iwas adjourned by a triek or conspiracv to de feat consideration and thereby did defeat consideration thereof. The delivery of the petition of said township to Mr, Way was not a presentation to the meeting, and. there is no evidence before nie that the meeting, as sqch. ever heard or con sidered the petition: and as to the charge ux uuuajimcy; tue amuuviuj ui a large number of good men declare to the con trary. In view of these facts, I cannot grant the injunction prayed for; I cannot interfere with' the .commissioners in carrying out the law. If the -plaintiff desire, I will grant an alternative man damus, directed to the proper officers of the two boards, to either meet and hear and. consider the petition of Black Moun tain,' 'or to 6hdw""cause before 'me at Chambers, at Franklin on the 10th inst, why an order should not issue compelling them to so meet and hear the prayer of said Black Mountain township- This suggestion was accepted by counsel for plaintiff, and the mandamus granted ac cordingly, particulars of which we have already given in the Citizen. ' " . A large stock OP silk? velveand. vel veteens just received at' vvmTLoac'a. : Satin Berber in all shades at reduced prices at '; ' . , Whitlock's. . Hats! Hats! Hats I , , : . -r, ; u Fewest shapes and best makes, at..,.'; ! . - , j. .. . whitlock s. . The' population of Cambridge, the seat of Havard College is; 60,000. ; A good .restaurant is a - necessary es tablishment for every city,. Doc. Hutch is n supplies this need by the .White Man's Eestaurant on Air in Street, be tween the Bonanza and the bank. Dock advertises oysters' now' daily, arid offers a tempting bill of fare. ; - - toc-20 i 'Bixlys, "Buttonk" "Brown's" and "Bon Ton" axe the best brands of shoe polish known to the trade, all of which are sold by W. T. Weaver, at. the One irrice Shoe Store., - . .,', v ; : Valuable City Propertv for ;:tr;r::.Saie.:;,:'V T'HE STORE SIOTJSE AND LOT on. Patton A . Avenue, adjoining C. Cowan's Jewelry Store,' troverty ofH. John sion, aeca. auction on will . be sold a. - public Thursday of tht W.N. Cl Fair Association : '. October 22d, 1885, ' : At the premises on Patton Avenue. Sale to take place nt lo'elock m. - . a since compliance witn tije terms win oe re quired. 1 Terms One half cash down: one half on twelve months time.. .): ". . , ;-....':..-i . 1 -: '- f R. JOHNSTOV. jExecntont.. se-22-d&W.tds. j; ..;'-.'! v !:: Privileges at Western . North Carolina. Fair. ;dj SEALED PROPOSALS WANTED for purchase of all privileges for the sale of refreshments, Side Shows, tc, at the coming Fair of Western North Carolina Fair Association, . to he held in Asheville, N, C, commencing ' October 20tlk to continue '4 days. ' Bids reoeived to 15th October. One-third cash will be. required, balance satisfactorily eeciirtd. . Address jukuan stomis, secy., us . , : - W. N.; C. Fair Association.- .Ashevi)le,lI.C'.,pppli.304.lS85 ., toVititu Notice to Tax-Payers. ; I WILL BE AT THE MAYOR'S OFFICT? daily to collect the City Tax, and hope all will come and settle their taxes, and save trouble, as I have to settle with the City on December 1st:' t i -. KesDectiuiiy, .. : j-. -'!:-. ' " - r T, C. STARNES, ; sept 89-llw ' ' " ' City Tax Collector'. ! ' HELLO, FRIEND ! j i., -.jftUS'.Ui.:i) Are You Hlifiry ? HILL'S Dining Koom And get something nice toeat., HILL is always onhaacLand the w, finest the market affords to sua- tain him. , SI i SorlthlAlaia st, se 15-dtf 2 doors above Eagle ! t. W4H9UW McGrLL, M". D.,-. - ' : : S. W. Battl, M.D.4U. 8. K. i '"- ' . Offices over DcVanlt's Drug Store..', -v. iVH Vt v. 41 ' Special attention to . Eye and Earj Thr&al and Ndse, Heart and . , Lungs. .- , ,-; tt3,Ofllce hours 19 a. m. to 12 m., and 2 to 4 p. m. se S4-tf NOTICK; ' ' i !.-,-,-! i . I have full authority by an act of the Legislature of North Carolina at the last session to order registration or deeds,, deeels of trust, mortgages and chattel mortgages. -MONT. PATTON. . t , r - t-.. Clerk .Inferior Court,' Sept. T.-d1miWlt. , i ! i. ,;t.:i vcS-i !:... gg H TELEGRAPHIC n'.vriji ASSOCIATED IBES3 .'jEI-EGBAMSr-TfiffEj I2EN.1 T H 7 cial to crrrzEN, S-,.,,WXL -. IV'WTIS i .-."ii.fl .fvf ?t:fh.m ;A Hoy ltes ilife Woi-lc' IT rfsi 11 :UALVKsrox,.UcL:2def A speciafto the At-w from Dallas savs t t rr . T , . , .... .-: B.,Kane and.jJoha Gormack. tueiis stagQ.from Sain Ancelo tctiAbilin give the followingacocmntcf ithedarinarob-THdiiK berry, 10 f mile txu&i pf'lUuuieUEr:' smoothfaced boyabontils -yearaOf kgp' met and passed tha stage.' He wasi9dajg- a gray horse,' wore &;lo6M bWeanWl sniri ana nis trowsers 1 were stock ia hip D09vs-:r Aif,arned a Winchester rfle and ft six -shooters After lh3 'sage passed him he turned and demaided' a1 haillllfeW BtBtAA'im-mlW',HtmUa The driver Shipped urTiis tearn 'and anion ttio fexquhitihesafofghfct, on;he lore tne, .stage was -. oyerhauTed. b jjhe. number, - including ; . Jady. The , mail sacks . were dehered' to him iyhfioi hp carried them, two hnndre'd, yardVoit pa the prairie.and wnat ne wantea, t wnij i Deing enacted tho stage from Abiline for San- Anirela limri im- ith. passengers, who: W called won wotiucu kj u a rauger eni route to Euanells, ' loaded;' his ' pistbi,( rinf.lr1xr1. K,a KiU i. n3 r'l.l t k. uU uviu iu uau- uuiiocix 10 readiness to repel any attack that m ghtJteke,p,incjpte.J(Wfe ;hrei:fo,home jiiouu uu, iixo Dbagu. auo luuuer. now riPAnn-, iA' ysi r t,i'"' -r-'-st supposed to who robbedV.the ' mil' hetween, Cisco arid Bromwood .a few, days agbj od a few davs'airo. I Terrific Boiler lExpIosion;; Three . JTIen Fatally - Injured. : v.hi.: -.'!! ' '.'i .i-.:;-ita yni ! FOURTEEJr ', JtnjLlT. j UW "tr"?; .! PflPf wholesale dug house ot Messrs. anfbrd, be.tbe same highwayman ChBmfeWlaih' -Albera'iaA'v4Hr;W.r- .-- nirrsBTOG,:,cfober'iMf0 Shortly after 3 o'clock ttiis mbjiingV'af L1 0 battery of bollerb at Splar IronJ Clarke. & Co. of 36th r Street, r exploded with disastrous ' eflfect "he night' Jturxi had just been relieved, by the day force' Thi i,'- i 1 f jTu 1 when the explosion occurred, land that portion of the works' in, th,evicp3Atyi:?f Carter2st, was Ued with a cloud of steami Through the dense mist jCftrae shrieks mdF yond reach of danger that a frightful ca- lamity had overtaken, a number 0f their fellow co-workmen.;; IAb .soon t as .thlU proniptly7. DO nlnnnA - . -U -' 'i, 'A J. I li' 'iCli- ' ' - ' - ' uLeaui oaa ciearea awiv. a. rusn. wan maue fo the Miotwhere thexploSiOfi oocur - - --- . : red, when it - was -ascertained that the mud drum of the boilers had exploded, and that the escaping steam had scalded seventeen 5 men. ' Closer : investigation showed that' -of this ' number, -fdoTteen were badly burned, and that three were fatally injured, Women and children nibthers, sisters and rrothn. rrmcrW arennit thA .-.- " .rrr, : . " i"""f ""'YV: ""Mw lftVfirl fnaa artrl rria . anvaama -vt rViaoA li . 1 1 h 3.-r n:noian anvinnmir nnnrini, n a v viyg , vu v , obi vuiua , ui vucovy mingled Wiethe groanspf the par-boil, j 3 -t " V . . uj'u Jll,l"?i !rr ,,a"ywiug -iu in its effects, both in- the,4estruction of property and human suffering. -... II.. . ' I- -. 1 4. - Bucket-shop Exploslpn? ) Customers 'I.ose Every tliiuff. . . .. .. "' ' - - "ITivfiBTriw. TC. Vi ''flnl UK. Charles p. , Gallahare, .& Co.,' stpek T '1 . ' ' t ' , i 1 -V . .VI I uruKers wiw neaaquariera annewuurg laiied yesteraay. ttonsideraDle excite ment was caused here by the failure. The firms and customers lose everything. It will be impossible for; the' boils tp resuni'e. ' "the firm had bucKfet 'shobs'ln t : Ne'whurg,. ..'jIiddletown, j, r;H.avrestraw Bondout, Catskill. Saugartis and Pough- keepsie.'- ;- '''' ""'!;'; ,!: '' THE FOREIOItf QCESTJ)i3r. SERVIA WANTS MORE TERRITORT. ' War AluiMt m CertiUntyv . jNissA, yctoper z. . The meeting of Skuptschina yesterday has resulted in Servia demanding an ex"- terision f territory. The populace are clanioring for anhexatioii of- Maqeotonial It is probable, owing to the -large army which Servia has in the field, that she will.epeedUyjBeize contiguous' teiritafy thus making more difficult the solution oi tne uaiKan quescon. i -Xew .York Stock Market ,fj 'n ,NfYoBK,,pct6be:2; , -The stock market was . feverish'ahd soniewbatV. active and irregular 'this morning, Grangers and1 'VVeste'rn .Xjmon showing considerable :i strength i vrhUe Vanderbilts were weak during the first half hour after opening at 'on! v slight wmch was down j. Uains in Grangers, Western. 37nion irid Lackawanna were HnTint -'A4rAr1Art.hn1am.V I et 'm'eiea''-knd !4rUer abvtmcl wfrp ninat.lv'nBfe Villa -iVanarhilfa la. li clined" per cent , At llo'clock;thefinvejiyarleti-' 'r'v'' umcu r aus.mnaiiy otnerenuom , 82,000 share's. . I., t - i .'it coreisn money MarKet.., , ;: London-, Oct. 2, Noonf f 11 Consols 59-136: - ,tt ' ' ' The handsomest ofGente Scarfs and Ties, the Puritan and Genesta the leadtrsat : : Whitlock's POSTERS .4f 2 Worh ej all ijnds jtqaejwifl . ... tramflness ajuLjOf. low Jifces,. I T steady arid ulet; Ifoward fctreet i f ana western supef flfae 4$ 40; fextra'3 50 ana western superfine 43 40; extra'3 50 42$;.family!4403l 50) city niillsiaupbr- t42o;familyi440(3l 601 city nlillsigupfcr- .f?55 JW;weat,sopthern, firmer iftnd fairly active: we souinern rea yo - fe ihMji art J-'ifcttti I txiUuki ' IaW 'r.,t.uL- LMiL-nLt-L t xih.' i miw-yoiKrir -oBier;-vfeBieTn I taBiesoaraie.'sqDtbiim-SC!- ' . lw.i tn.l ''yItt"th'eW'iiayfcfiaayIn1aie ath1hg andireddy. Aidehiiesiieiwetefy apt iftQVprlopeJiuiblo iniiusfrieq oftfaur wn peqph,; ergtiis:ia,icertain. glare I ana gutter about imported wqrk norUi- era wofk; and we catch hold pf-it as if W had gWe"frrfo tKe'-caVe orATaudm. Psqlyi w.frkapsiDandoWi.ttiechaft- and once land, we revelled k7 tHParil'lffeatT'ln dfopjpeAirtiittlefanidjwe 'emmndeiwn to : -.JMOTJA W r " - ... . mv it iiwHivun theitoduldTorhi!cdmfWni Yankee- xny -live -among: Q3. 'ijez us support tofWrtniri -t!t i.-, UO tO liCt Ljevy's; see what work he .'does, no ciaiiriar for individuals. 'We I II,.,; i. J; muuBtry ana nome, caironago. , , H.';:(llI-".'K'f Vfi- fit 1 1 I fecrfly, Burprisediio see rttolwnofiiiti ftf Br. Hartjs, Great .Belief they axe shipping in all atrtioW. "TEreopK 'evidently Ap preciate this valuable famitiyra'9aicine, ior we notice tnat of the numerous orders received daily by thathbiise, there is eoaroaiy Ana.tbat.does -oatcalli fbr'.sov- eial dpzenQftbis wonderful remedy. No family should be'withd6'fleTkt'this sea- 8on.'ofthe yeari.i An fi'aitu:J- ilhU'lMlU-rJ-" irst of the Season. Br.ti'their'p'obui.-ii I stalls n Main jBtreef and !Noi.Jiv Market House, are now offering- Fresh Eork, daily, tfedr'tostoftierf. Now for supe'rb pork chopl and.head jtewr. n.f jiil..toc , , , ; r . , J . , ksaVsTEBs';i'ltic' '''' 1 ' In' air-tight cans, received' every tfricfe- davjand Satuti-day.iW; Capt. Puice'sif-resh a?SSB?fi ocean IWh-f the best varieties,: ireceivod every .Wed'sday anatuirday mornings tt. t . . - t .. t uu at ivtvuitu iVAxas- r i.i i-Aan be secured At the very-pojm las re- sortthe- Tsrnpike Hotel; JHfteelr miles . nC .1 . 1 - i 1 t-.Caii be secured AthV verVem m u puevxiits, :iuiipui!tujiy, iuii Lue W. N. C R. R. . Mails, telegraph and ex- press-. as-.'1 '-'Apply 'in person 'or- by 1 letter to -T. T X -I O L. A ' 1 . . Tfbep th,e band fbegipsfopja.yand tbe ydu'th beatity1 and chivalry or the couii- ry gO'rhirling; through theigaiesiof 1 ft1'5. uaHJUPWiUW MY . pet wey., nave i kak -mu ;7;,,w,,. i. .- aw f t M.tTGt& UO.'S UHd rMM HVOte.' ' I . I . . a. . v . . . I , t . . . . . ' 1 1 4 ' I ' i K J"?" lal " I,rjf rijMIWf, ;vrnWO' i'Hiil PbiVf nu i o. I Market House. . . (. too? I C. . r , . i -iirheCn;iziNiha8-on hand, a fiill Bupply of blank warrants for land entries. .Uenil tMyoafofders."4" -W . llf iJ ' r' " li! t nought arid soir, ' "'!; 'ju j ; vi.'iu ,i-J'in-'-J ! Mi"ii t j r j 1 , Monthly ijnibi J f.-:DOUBtElA,fc,,: ftuiu-dm" sir HARNESS I-. . . .11.1. . . OJ 7 j:ii'.ii ji:iij io ! uur s i-T'n j-' ::.i Wlfl'lIM II It I complete aud made of tKfl best rrinlirinli,1w?tH;ftll ttKsla.taftt wpro-vepaeptAiii Byittla mH& dmbl seta in nickle and oriental rubbon eithen cilt 0 hlckle Khed:' " All other trimmings oii OOrtBOtlCQj; vMilyl 'UIH. U HoilA .a.ddr,iindBriijies;; Of .eypr grade and. Wipe, tvotn (hoape$t Morgan to the EngliBli Shaptoc. , , - .r.i 'in M r-.l.li;ili lill ""1 j-. i.i yi si . Of e'teryk'ihdniz graiTe aniliirice7.'",.)l L'.'iinitjiltj; yiH.iu inii: ii.i.jiiuo jr. Just received, .a .fresh. Ktnck. ihtlmllnii Tik Suits," Sweat Hoods, Jowl llooile, ; Itoolmg BtanKtsi" 'Ankle Boots of Uiireffi i .,..;,., n ,u 4 maricet. uau ana H"Wftl 1 I' ': . n- w ........ . nipSfaadleiCUah9 find .....i -..it i ,,w-n r V?rW.!W T.- iffcen5e'm"ber we have no machinery. all work done bv hand and euaranteed. Call on us and see what can be bought m Asheville m our line. V S' JI GILBEBT North Main street, opposite ,old fjtntral Hotel, Asheville, N. C. (y7jam.berl102; No." 98; tio: 5 western 'win- It , We, were vesterdasf showji throndu the 40 -ti- .(V S. ... .,. c r