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DAILY EDITION. , Furnas, Stoae Ss Cameron, EDITORS AND PBOPRIETOBS. -i o Mos.. ' : 3.o Weekly, .-. X Year, . X.SO' y42 VERTISING It A TES LO W. : Asheville Business Directory. - General Merchant Wholesale and Retail. -C E. Graham & Co.. 3. B. Chedester Son, J. D. Brevard & Co., J. O. Howell, 8. Hxunmershlag. C. E. Lee, H. Redwood & Co., J. P. Sawyer, O. A. -. Ueara, A. H. Jones 4 Bon; Bearden, Bankin & Co., - W. H. Brown, G. M. Koberta. , Garden and Field Seed. PoweU Snider, H. H. LyonB, K. 3. MerrM, HT Kedwood & Co., J. O. Howell, J. P. Sawyer, Bear den, Rankin & Co., C. H. Moncure. . Grain, Bay and Ftov.Tr J. It. Starnes. Powell Snider, Alexander and - Ienland. -" Hardware, Agricultural Implements, fce. - -Pennbnan St Co., VanGilder & Brown. - -, Roves' IIoutfumiMng, and Tinware.- - , - Ballard Uroe., Brown & Bearden, Lindsey Bros. Clothing, GenUf FurnitMng, e. ivmcs P. Sawyer, II. Levy, Charles K Lee, 8 hillock. . - Boots, Shoes, and Hat. . . W.T. Weaver, M.Levy. -'' . Boot and Shoe Manufacturer M. Levy, "W. T. Weaver, A. Freck. . Book and Stationery. - J. U Wilkle. 1. N. Morgan A Co., H. T. Bsta- rook, II. H. Lyons. . ... , v Vruggitt and PharmaeetUMi. H. H. Lyons, W. C. Carmlchael, C W. DeVanlt & Co., C. Hr Moncure, W. JS. reinam. lfusica . Instrument, die. - - De Vault Bros. Jeweler. . v - O. Cowan, Stefluer and Eobertson. ' Family Grocerie. . PoweU and Snider, 8. R. Kepler, A. R. Cooley, Peuley & Co.. T. V. Stomes, G. W. Goodlake. A. J. Aierruj, J. ware, tt art; munyj, w". v. . U nk, J.. Mickey i Cu.56 SUlnush i. I.. McDonald, W. L. Morgan, F. M. Johnson, R. b jNoiana a ttona,x.- n.Bueiwu, j. a. iiuu,u. u. srui uea, N. Penland, Penland & Alexander. Mxa. l.O.Sailth. . Batcher, Heat Dealer. &c. Zachery Bros., James Lusk, T. K. Davis, Mc Connell and Drake. Bakeries. i. 1. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Olivei, . Confectioners and Bakers. J. J. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston,! Wells. Saddlery, Harness tc a. M Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penland. Furniture, de. -W. B. Williamson, Moore & Falk, P. S. Mc . Mullen. Undertaker. X. Brand, J. V. Brown, John Clayton Coal Dealer. SF. Venable, D. S.Watf on, Hill and Atkins . W. Girdwood & C'o. Lumber Dealers oublcday & Scott. Contractors, Carpenters, and Builders. I. Gorenflo, John Hart, J. A. Wagner. T C. Westall, K. 3. Armstrong, J. . Buttrick, T. L. Clayton, A. G. West. Blacksmith : . D. W, Cauble, J. H, Woody. Hotel. Swannansa, Eagle, Grand Central. Western, Carolina House, Slagle House, The Villa. . . Private Boarding, ' 8. F. Venable, A. T. Sumniey, Miss Bettie Brown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. F. Emer son, Miss Smith, T. W. Neel, Mrs. A. B. Chunn, J. U. Carter, G. M. Roberts, R. H. Grahl, G. L. Mc Donald, M. J. Fagg, J. A. Fagg, J. K. Rankin, W. T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Brolles, 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 t Chambers, J. M. Ray, W. A. Wed din. James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. StansUl Win. Cox, E. W. Herndon, 8. H. Barnard, G. W. Morgan it Co., E. T. Clemmons, Jesse R. Starnes. College, School, Jee. Asheville Female College, Asheville Male Academy, Newton Academy, Miss Goodloe's High whonls. a traded school has been authorized by law, and a Slate normal school will be eld every sumuier. Millinery, ice. Mrs. H. M. Herndon, 8. Whitlock, Mrs. M. E. Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs R R Porter. . - Attorney At Law. ". MsLoud t- Moore, J. H. Memmon. JL. IL Mer rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger & Car ter, J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, W. 8. Cnshman, Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W. W. Vandiver, Davidson fc Martin, T. A. Jones, 8. H. Reed, W. B. Gwyn, Locke Craig, W. R. Whitson, Jones and Uardwieke, Johnston & Shuford, W. M. Cocke, Nate Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, V. 8. Lusk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman. Physician and Surgeon. D. J. Cain. W. L. & W. D. Hilliard, John Hey Williams, J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. Nelson, Wardlaw McGiU, H P. GatcheU. Dentist. G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, B, H. Reeves, A. B. Ware. . Banks, Bankers and Brokers. Bank of Asheville, Binder & Barnard. Merchant Jailors. J.W. Scliartie. , Dealer in Fur. : M. ElUci. ' x - . Seal Esttde Agencies. Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Natt Atkinson, Aston, B. M. Jones. Architects and Civil Engineers, fe F Venable. J A Tennant, Tobacco Warehouse. The Asheville Warehouse, The Btaner Ware . house, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware house, The Buncombe Warehouse. Tobacco Manufacturers Chewing and Smoking. 8. B. West, McCarty & Hull, J. E. Ray, E. I. Holmes Co., Shelton & Perry, W. P. Williamson. 1 - Cooper, See. L. F. Sorrell, N. W. Girdwood, William W.eaver, -Hart. Wines, Liquors, ice. . Louehran Bros., Hampton & Feathers tone, W. O. Muller, ic Co, A. P. Sorrell. TuUors. J, C. Brown & Co., Patton Avenue. Paper Hangers. Cain ic Hunt. Moore & . Fitzpatrick. Daily and Wekklt Citizen, Dally and Weekly Advance, Tne Asnevuie inoune (weetiy.j Job Offices. ' The Citizen Job Onice, Hunt ic Eobertson. - Photographer. Nat. W. Taylor, W. T. Eobertson, T. T. Hill. - Grist MUU, ice. Jordan ic Hallyburton. N. W. Girdwood, Jas. B. Buttrick. McLane. . . . Fertilizer, frc.' ' ' - " : w K. Waddell. "Star Brand." Fenniman Co. Anchor Brand," O. M. Eoberts, Alex. Porter, Piedmont," W. H. i-enland, "Owl Brand," Bear den. Kankir. Co., "Ober ic Co.'s Special," Lyon fc Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes, "Ar lineton." W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," R. W. Girdwood fcCOn "Soluble Pacific;" - . ' ... - '-' insurance. ' ' E. J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch. - W. U. Telegraplu 8. G. Weldon, manager. . : Southern and Adam xpret. , ' i F. A. Stikeleather, manager. - : CUM Officer of Buncombe County. Sheriff J. R.Elch: Deputy Daniel Eeynolds: 8, .Clerk E. W. Hemdon; Register J. B. Patterson; Treasurer J. H. Courtney; 6urveyor B. F. Patton: Tax uouecior i.. n. rnwoo. , ? : r . '-. inferior Court. Justice G. A. BhulbrcU Clerk Mont Patton; SolicJ ,iH. n. Carter. - - Oountv Commissioner. J.E. Rankin. J. A. Eeairan, G. W. Whitson, I Cbilda, Thos. D. Brittain. ' A. T. Soinmey, N. A. Penland, T. W. Patton, C Way, 1. M.iedrord, J. iUJarrau, J. u.vain. Cihi Government. - - Mayor E. J. Aston; Aldermen W. T. Eeynolds., Alonso Eankin, Geo. F. Scott, I. H. oorenno, it. W Girdwood and J. L. Murrav. Policemen F. N- Waddell, Chief; W. G. McDowell, J., H. Hamp- - ton, Zab Baird and T r Hunter. . Fire Department. HoeeN.r, oreman 11. C. Fagg; H. AJj.No.1, Capt. F.A.U ' x. . - - . Sanitary Department. .'". Dr.D T Millard, Sanitary Chiet . . - . .. Federal Officer ' TT. fi - f!omtninsionr. A. T. Summcv. Deputy Collector. (mp ofiice) A. D. Cooper. - District Ttaniitv 8. C. Heiren. Deuntv Manihalu. B, O. Patterson, A. C. PaUerson, f . K. Davis, H. 3. Har- suis - - '-- - - -. - United State District and Ctreutt Court. - Judiro ft. T. Diclf, eolieitor J. E. Boyd, Clerk J. E. Keed, Deputy Clerk P. A. Cuminings. Post Office. : -. H. Li Gudger P. M.,-Clerks C. B. IToore, W. L. - German, v. l uuff. .. ' Sewing Machine 'J gencie. - Whehler t WilFon. J. H. Herrire. Chief Clerk - Miss BesBie Justice. Binder. M. H. Morrnihan Chief Clerk W. Monteath. Domestic, 8. B. Ched ester & Son j Chas Si Lee. . . ;. . Oauntv Hoard nf Edtieatinn. , A. T. Eummey, J H Buna and 1! G Gndger. First legular aeetins lint Monday in fejiteipber. VOL. I.-NO. 158, DAILY EDITION. INTERESTING READING M AltTEB ON THE FOURTH PAGE. ; Arrival and. Departure of the Trains). Salibbubt Mail train anrves 99 a. x. ... . " - Peparts 6:82 P. x. . " Day train arrives at 2;14 p- it. . " ' departs at 10:30 A. H. Tennessee Arrives 6:S7 P. M. : - . . Departs 9:47 A. X. ' Waisssviixk Arrives 4:39 P, x. " Departs 9:39 a. x. The Waynesville train reaches that point at 11:30 ; returning, leaves Waynesville at 1.86 W. T. Weaver, Solo Agent Hand-Made Shoes for men. for Hess' tf Send your Job Work of all tends to the Citizen Office, if you'uani it done neatly, cheaply and vnth dispatch. ' ' THE DAILY CITIZEN Will be published every evening (ex cept Sunday) at the following rate strictly cash: .. " One Year, . . .' . . . ! i 96 00 Six Montha, ' . . . , . . . . 3 00 Three , ' . . . - 1 .50 One- . . .. . -50 r Camera will deliver the- iaper ev ery evenine in every part of the citj' to our subscribers, and parties wanting it will please call at the Citizen Office. Weather Report Ovt. 14th. ; Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.00. Thermometer Minimum 34; maxi mum 52. Skv Overcast. . Wind North. Moon 6 days old. Evening Star Venus. Tiie Daily Citizen Gives the only telegraphic dispatches rorieived. - ' A fine line of Hats, Caps and Furnish ing goods will soon be opened opposite Eagle Hotel. tf. $5 premium for the best doz. cabbage. Who will cabbage the prize ? Go Skb Whitlock's New Goods. There will be some very fine horses at the Fair next week. Mr. W. M. McGrew, of Colorado, to day bought the property, near Ashevillef of Mrs. Anna Brand, paying therefor 000. It is an excellent property. A good cup of coffee, bread and butter, at the Women's Christain Temperance Union Coffee House, court square, for only ten cents. Mr.. John Vfilkes, of Charlotte, who has been quite sick for some weeks, and who come to the mountains for recovery, is enroute home, greatly improved. He spent some days with Mrs. W. on the Nantihala. Dr. CD Smith, member of the State Agricultural Boardfor this District passed through to-day for Ka'.eigh, to attend a meeting of the Board. He will also take in the State Fair. - ; Capt. Atkins in made two important sales of property to day. Ms. Brant's farm, west of the French Broad, and a city lot, belonging to Mr. A. D. Coopsr. Both to hew residents. It gets these all the 8a me. The Webster Enterprise says : "The Grand Central Hotel at Abbe ville may not "blow" much, but it gets a lively and continuous stream of custom all the same. During the month of August eight hundred and ten guests re gistered. Mr. Chedester will run " every enterprise he handles up into the higher ngures, ana tne pubiis win neip mm ao it. Died, On the 10th of September at the resi dence of Mr. Graves Osborne, Haywood county, Mrs. Elizabeth D. Gillespie, wife of John D. Gillespie, aged 06 years. Mrs. Gillespie was a member of the Methodist church, was an exemplary christian. a loving and self-sacrificing mother, and a faithful and devoted wife. . Western Notes. From the Webster Enterprise we learn : Capt. Terrell has re painted the post- office. Cattle' moving to market. Work resumed at Georgetown gold mine. Mr. A. 11. label is opening a tine mica mine on bavannan. Air. J. n. Herring, of Asheville, spent several days at the Mountain View hotel this week. Mrs. Lizzie, the much beloved wife of Mr. David Zachary, died at the resi dence of her husband, about seven miles from Webster. Thursday of last week. Maj. William H. Bryson. of this county -was in town to day (Thursday), it being his 87th birthday. The Major ia Jiale and hearty and can with ease walk 20 miles a day. We wish for him many more years of usefulness. Mr. C. H. Miller, of Asheville, passed through town this week, on nis way from tne bmitn gold mine in Rabun county, Georgia, where he had .been prospecting, tie showed us a nugget of gold taken from the mine that weighed 39 pennyweights He expects at an early day to commence operations in the mine. It is said to be quite rich. - '. j . , I herewith beg to call your attention to mv well assorted stocK oi rancy i,mna and Bohemian Glassware in all colors. Earthen and Stoneware, . Japanese ' and Chinese wares in great variety. Silver ware, Table Cutlery and Trays. I am oltenng extra inducements in price till Nov. ist, in order to reduce stock. . - J. H. Law, '' ' " " -Opposite Eagle Hotel. Fbbsh Oysters, '.' In air-tight cans, received every Tues day and Saturday, 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 fcaturaay mornings Call promptly. tl, Whitlock has a full line of Gentlemen's Underwear in all qualities, call and ex amine. -V ' ' -: - "' .7 -. First of the Season.. -. ;j ;, V Messrs. Zachary Bros at their populai stalls on .Main street and No. i. Market House, are now offering Fresh Pork, daily, to their customers.: Now for superb pork Chops and head stews. toes The recent rains washed out three tres- sles on the Murphy line near Turnpike, The train was delayed all day yesterday, and only .reached here last night about 7-oeloch. -.': . . ' . ASHEVILLE, N. C. BUNCOMBE STOCK LAW. PEBEHPTOBT OBDEK FROM JTJIM1E GVOQEB TO THE JUSTICES AND COMMIS SIONS! OF BUNCOMBE COUN- 20 ASSEMBLE. r '-' "v . . -i , His Honor Judge Gudger, upon hear ing the return made ? to his Honor by the Commissioners of ' Buncombe,- at chambers, at Franklin, on the 10th innt., makes the following order James McNair. et al , . - ' ; VS. ' - - ' -' ; , .: I ' " The Commissioners of Buncombe coun - - tyetal. Xlf , -f'. ry . . ; This cause coming on to be heard upon the return of the Commissioners of Bun combe county to the alternative manda mus heretofore issued, and being hoards and the return of J. E. Rankin . and oth ers not being deemed good and sufficient and it appearing that on. the 1st Monday of June, 1885, a petition was delivered to C. B. Way, Ei-, who '. was on said day tb Chairman of the' meeting of the joint Beards of Magistrates land Com missioners of Buncombe county, which . petition it is alleged was signed by a ina-1 awty of th ietered votertf"f B laett Mountain, A ownsnip or eoia : oomnty; praying to be exempted from the opera tions of an act of the General Assembly of North Carolina, passed at its session of 1885, and known & the Buncombe County Stock Law Act, and it further appearing that no action was had or ta ken by the joint Boards of Commission ers and Magistrates at their meeting on the said Jst.Monday in June, 1885," It is ordered and adjudged that a per emptory writ of mandamus issue com manding that forthwith and without any excuse or delay the commissioners of Buncombe county and the board of mag istrates to-wit: the Justices of the Peace of said county assemble in joint meeting in the Courthouse in Asheville, and con sider and determine, 1st. Whether a majority of the regis tered voters of Black Mountain township had, on the 1st Monday in June, 1885, signed a petition asking a suspension of the stock law act as aforesaid as to said Black Mountain township; and 2nd. Whether, (if a majority of the registered voters of said township have so petitioned) they, the said joint boards of commissioners and magistrates will by resolution declare the said act sus pended as to Black Mountain township of said county. Given at Chambers at Franklin, N. C, this the 10th October, 1885. - (Signed), J. C. L. Gudger, Judge Presiding. The above notice reached the clerk's office lafr night, and was this morning delivered to the Sheriff, by whom notice will be served upon the members of the respective boards. ' The writ was served on Chairman J. E. Rankin this morning, who at once is sued an order to the Board of Commis sioners to meet in the Courthouse on Friday next, 16th inst, to consider this order of Judge Gudger. . Woman's Missionary Society.- - : A District meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society will be held in the class room of M. E. Church, South, on Saturday, the 17th insL Opening ses sion 10 a. vm. All ladies interested in Missionary work are invited to attend. Provision will be made for all delegates from country societies. Marbied. - At the Jhome of the father of the brde, Dr. E. B. Clayton, in Transylvania, this morning, Mr. O. W. Candler, of Bun combe, and Misa Anna Clayton." We congratulate our young friends, and wish them full happiness. -Married, In the parlors of the : Grand Central Hotel, this city, last evening at 9 o'clock, ReV.. Dr. Bays officiating, Eev. J. J. Brooks, of the Holstoo. Conference, and Miss Boosv Gibbs, of .Jackson county. The happy couple left this morning for the home of the groom, Spring tSty, Tenn. A large number of guests of the hotel witnessed theinterestingceremony. The couple reached Asheville yesterday on the Murphy line, but owing to a delay on the road did not reach the city until about 7 o'clock.- Desiring to get married last night, Mr. Chedester was notified, and, with his accustomed energy and courtesy hunted up the Re gister ol Deeds and pastor Bays, and by nine the party were made completely happy. All wish them well. To the Pubtic Generally. f - I have leased Wm. Hill's Barber Shop, and take charge of It this day. I will keep the verv best workmen . on hand at a.) times. ; . H. Higgins. sept28dtf .. . . . ,:. Fresh Pork Sausage dailv on hand al Zacharv Bros.' Stalls on. Main street and No. i Market House...- r -. .,fJ:oc5 The handsomest line of .Gents Scarfs and Ties, the Puritan and . Genesta the leaders, at i - Whitlock's - It is said that "a little 'day, mud or wet eartb. taken from the ; bottom or a puddle and applied to stings- of beesy wasDS or hornets, will give immediate relieffrom pain " ; ' MBixlys,M "Buttons," "Brown's" " and "Bon Ton" are the best Drands of shoe polish known to the trade, all of whieh are sold by W.T. Weaver, at the One Price Shoe Store. " " , The best 5 cent Ci-tfir in town at Ly ons' "White Rose." ; Board at Reduced Rates ; Can be secured at the very popular re sort the Turnpike "Hotel fifteen miles west oi Asnevuie, immediately . uu me W.N. C. R. R. Mails, telegraph' arid ex press. Apply in' person or by .letter , to MRS. j; Ki. BMATHEKS, , dtOctl5 ' ' .x ,t.: Turnpike, N. C. . When the band begins to play and the youth beauty and. chivalry of the coun try go whirling tnrougn tne games oi the ball room, .you may Det tney-nave bought their dancing pomps at W; T. Weaver & Co.'a One Price Store. tf -Wait for 1 the new Merchant' Tailor Clothier and Hatter, opposite the Eagle Hotel. ':t " , ' .'Jtf. HatsFIIats! Hats! ;.' " -Newest shapes and best makes at ' - . v. - ' Whitlock's; , r AL" f Handsome New .Goods -arriving MOST EVERY DAY. . '." -. - - - -- . J ; -II. RedwooP & Co, eotftf . ' . One Prick Store WEDNESDAY EVENING;.OCT. 14, c885. . f w A'V; ' IFor the Asheville Citizen. . - JACKSON AFFAIRS. ' :v ' - Webstkb, N. C.-OcL 10.' . : Dear Citizen : We hear from all direc tions of the ravages of Mr. Jack Frost. It seems that in the .first end of the week he has chewed tobacco' enough to have supplied' several States. In Haywood couDty alone he is Baid to have used up in "one night $20,000 worth of theweed. We are sorry for our Haywood - neigh bors. But, you ask, has he not utsed you up in Jackson ? ' Not a bitj Our to bacco is as green and growing as it was in August, aa far as - frost is" coi;errxed. Now for aught we know there may, have been a little frost in' Cashiers Valley or Hamburg the arctic regions of f ackson county a'though in the; South, end, of the county, but here in the Tuckaseige valley we have hot been molested ..yet and don't expect to be for weeks yet. Tb tenderest vegetation here hi Web ster does not show the least stain of frost. Mrs.' .Telahlah ia now in thevviet po tato batch and does not allow a hill dbg yet for she says, truthfully, they ire still fwpwin"van4jhe depends on Jibling'' for oiijJ'TireBent table tise.- by.xtxe way, speak inn of potatoes, theotber day Mrs. Telahlah, merely but of curiosity to learn what a potato of a certaia.buiki wouia weigh, selected a liice smooth yam and carried it to 1 the scales and found it weighed 5 -lbs..xbut she coolly sliced it up and fried it for .dinner, never dream ing of having a brag potato, it being only a little over the average size of our pota toes. Such of our farmers as raise tobacco are now busy cutting and curing, others are' Ksowing wheat, and making up their sor ghum syrup. All are Dusy ana an nave plenty of the "kindly fruits of the earth " but none have any money. What are we to do for money to pay our taxes ? Your correspondent has but one theory and that is to raise and sell such things as grow better here than they do any- where else, and thereby bring in money. TELAIILAH. A5IIEVI17LE IiOOI HEBE. We beg to call the attention of the business men of Ashevillo to the fact that the Fair authorities are making ev ery possible exertion to render the Fair commencing here next week a success in every department and branch thereof, and this wort as heavy as it is, is -being done by a small number of gentlemen who work without reward or hope of reward other than that enjoyed by other citizens. These gentlemen must have th hearty co-operation and support of the business men of the citv in an espec ial way, for the reason that they will reap many benefits, of . a direct character because of the largo attendance that will be here, to say nothine of the great good Un a general way that will ' result to the city, rne good people nere can uo ana say much even at this late day to bring out the people and aid the authorities in their heavy work. Captains Fagg ami Atkinson, besides their other duties as officials, nave been charged with the im portant work of soliciting subscriptions to the Barbecue, andperfecting every detail and work connected theiewith and. upon them and this city will rest very largely the burden of this grand dinner. The subscriptions must be lib eral, and these gentlemen having the matter in. charge must be aided in every waf necessary ta make the Barbecue a success. The good ladies oi tne city we feel sure will see to the bread, cake and other tt ceteras which they alone know how to prepare and we suggest that they take some organized action in regard to the tame. A meeting might be held to morrow at some convenient point and a definite plan of action-agreed upon. McDowell Court. . Thiscourtis in session this week, Judge Avery presiding. Nothing of importance is on the State docket, which will engage a portion of this week. We were more interested in the coudt tion of McDowell ' county tnan in the transactions of the court." " The countv has taken position as a tobacco region, the product confined principally to Sugar Hill and Marion townships.- The latter probably had 100 acres in cultivation, rather1 more - than less." The other be tween 75 and 80. Other townships will bring up the whole average to about 250 acres. The weed has been , cut without injury from frost, and the cures are fairly good. The crop of Mr. J W. McCurry is regarded as exceptiunably good., and the skill of that gentleman is universal ly v admitted. A : tood deal of ' Mc Dowell tobacco will be exhibited at our Fair; and with proper effort a good pro portion of the crop may .be tnrned to this market. The spirit of tobacco culture is abroad, and next year the production will be doubled . They already speak of warehouses in Marion. . Apart from tobacco, the agricultural interests of the county exerts no special interest. The corn crop was good and the .wheat was bad. There is little mon ey in the county, for there was nothing to sell except tobacco. We heard some thing of the gold joining near the old Brindletown section. Parties are at , work with machinery to develop veins which gave origin to the placer mining of the last naif century.-- mere must De a fountain head for all Ihe gold which has through that long period been taken from the surface ?We J earn that the prospects are encouraeinc. arid several nuggeta of considerable eize have been taken out. Delav in the train comina West com pels us to be brief, and we dra w our no tice to a close. " , ' ' A Fine Cow fob' Sale:1 1 '. : ; A cow givingfour gallons of milk"dailyf five year old. : Apply at once to-Dr. J, Jk. Burroughs,. . , v i-. :: - . e . .r : - , - mm..- . V Cotjniby Homes. ily:-';.';,.. i 'The above new candidate for popular favor, issued by ' Mr. J. S. "I'omlinsos', made its first appearance yacterJayi It is a Vandsome, 16 page monthly, is filled with very excellent matter, original and selected, antral together, is one of the best papers, for farmers, mechiuiicshusi nesS men aod their families, ' published in the State. v It will be devJted entirely to the agricultural and material develop ment of Westeit Carolina, -though full attention will be given-to the industrial efforts of all sections : Kates, 51.00 per annum. We wifh it nnboonded success, tor the greater its success, the greater its usefulness. . : ' - . " ' - -" ' New Fall Millinery just received at . . .W'itloch- i There are 139 medical colleges in the United States and Canada, attended by 12,000 students - V - - There are 400,000 applications for" of fice on file at the poatoffice -department in W aahmgton. . ' Advices from ' Louisiana are to the ef fect that the snear crop has been, consid erably affected by thQ bad weather, and the promise of a larger crop than for five years past will not bej'ealized. .. Berhyyille;Va., 'Oct 12. William Brown, of this county, who was put ia jail here a few days ago, for attempting to poison, his-wife, committed suicide last night by hanging himself to his cell doorr tearing his bed clothing in strips and using it for the purpose. I Richmond. Va7. Oct, 12.--John M. Carroll, treasurer of the city of Staunton, left that place for Richmond September 25, with $200: -He has not been heard from .definitely since. Search-is being made for him. He owes the State about $1,800, but may have offsets. It is feared that he has been foully dealt with. ' Montgomery, Ala., October ' 12.-A singular story of brutality cornea from Mount. Pleasant, Monroe county, sixty miles northeast of Mobile. ' .75 Ogburn, a noted desperado, while drunk, disem boweled a negro named Lew Spencer.' A physician ';wastlted -te rufof-tbe wounded man, but Ogburn knife, in hand, forced the doctor to leave, and the negro died from neglect Ogburn atabbed and shot off the nose of' the negro while the latter was under the influence of chloroform. - The Liberal League, composed ol in fidels from all the States and Canada, held a session Monday, having changed its name to that ot "Secular Union," and elected Robert Ingersoll president. Mr. Ingeraoll, in thanking the union lor electing him, said the union demanded the repeal of Sabbath laws, the taxation of church property and the abolition of chaplains in the army and navy and the two Houses- of Congress. Notice. ' I will be absent the remainder of this week, and all who wish to settle their Tax can call at Jesse R. Starnes' store and settle with him. Respectfully. dlt T. C. Starnes, City T. C . Mr. J. W. Sluder, of New Found, this township, sold tobacco at the Banner Warehouse this morning for 52.00 pel hundred." It was Jvery pretty. Mr. L. says there is a good deal of fine tobacco in his section, and it will be well repre sented at the Fair next week. Fresh Fish'and Oysters - At my Market on Eagle Street, 2 doors from Main street, east, on Tuesdays. Thurs days and Saturdays. All orders prompt ly filled. - T. A. Prick. tf . . A good restaurant is a necessary es tablishment for every city. Doc. Hutch is n supplies this need by the White Man's Restaurant oh Main Street, be tween the Bonanza and the bank. Dock advertises oysters now daily, and offers a tempting bill of fare. ' - toe-20 v- i i ' i 1 i our uiu buues can ubiuhub aa kwu ub new only at W. T. Weaver's. Cashmeres in all grades and all colors and black, at Wihtlock's. Go see Whitlock's New GoorwV Go See Whitlock's New Goods.. . A large stock of silk velvet and vel veteens just received at Whitlock's. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J. E. EANKIN. D. C. WADDELL, " . LAWRENCE PULLlAM. INSURE YOU It PROPERTY 1ST Pulliam Go's Agency. None But First Class' Companies Represented. Office in Bank of Asbeville. . oct 6-dlnio ' .- Wardlaw SlcGiLi, M. D., 8. W. Battlb, M.D.. XT. 8. N. - Offices over De Vault's Drug Store. " - . Special attention to . Eye aud Ear,' Throat and Nose, Heart and i ; - - . ; Lungs. 3,Office hours 10 a. m. to 12 m , and 2 to 4 p. xa. - . se x-ii j. Swain Co. Land FOR SAIE.: FIRST RATE TOBACCO AND GRASS LAND. Apply to 'r A. F. RICE, ' sept29-Hlm J: Asheville, N. i Travelers Should Know That A. a: banks 1 : has taken charge of the VIRGINIA HOUSE. HENDERSON VILSE. ' ' - . N. C. A WHO CALL WILL BE ASSURED Or XX .1 . iVtc, Clean Booms and Beds and I'ottte attention and the fact that Mrs. Banks has con trol oi the cnlinaty department is a guarantee ot good are.- we pretena to no. ist uiass eiyie, dui trill guarani-e buiuuuvuuu. , A. BANKS. oct n-nnwr Manager. Alpha Warehouse, : ' big creek" tenn: Opening Sales Oct. 13th, '85, V;- AND ' . - V EACII TUESDAY THERF AFTER. ' A BOUT ' 500 ACRES OP ' . ' , BKIGHT TOBACCO . '-' . " AVAILABLE. 1 ' .. Crops excellent.- The trade cordially in vited. Good accommodation for buyer. ScoiUsS Ciroliaat Mini Uzi Ccsjay; :.:;:;-- PROPRIETORS. ' . A For further particulars address the Corn - . ,' " . r pany, at ;- , - - ;::y Ke?6-dawinv ' . " ' " ... ' - PRICE : 5 CENTS -TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGEAMS SPK- i ' 3AL,T0 CITIZEH.1 ., THE OHIO ELECTION. RETURNS FROM 1TAKX1XTOX COUNTY jfOT.lTf. - : Both Sides claim the Victory; " ClXClSNATIOniO, Oct. 14. At 10 o'clock this morning the returns from Hamilton county, and evea from Cincinnati were not all in. This fact is cited by both parties as evidence of fraud; and ltoth the Commercial Gazette and the Enquirer openly charge the opposition party with fraudulent prac tices. The Enquirer claims that the Democrats have carried Hamilton coun ty by over 1.000 . majority" electing all their candidates for the Legislature and county officers. . It claims that the Legis lature will be ; democratic in both branches by a majority large enough to remove 'all ;dangerh6vdispottfr'TJrp official footings from 175 of 206 precincts in Hamilton county give Foraker 31,006, Hoadley 28,976 and Leonard 861. . . Cincinnati, Oct 14 The Times Star has returns from all the city precincts except four, which puts a different phase upon Hamil ton county. The total score, Foraker 32,487, Hoadly 30,584, Leonard 8,806. If this is accurate, and it has confirmation from at least one other source, it would show that the Republi cans have carried their entire, legislative ticket with the possible exception of Robt. Hartan, who runs behind others. Ohio Probably Republican. Cincinnati, Oct. 14. The estimates made here on the Legis lature, excluding Hamilton county, give the Republicans 17 senators and GO rep resentatives. The Legislature is com posed of 37 senators and 110 representa tives, of which 74 would be a majority on joint ballot,' This would make the Legislature Republican without Hamil ton county. Chairman Bushnell, of the Republican State Committee estimates as follows: Senate 17 Republican, with four close counties to hear from; House 58 Republican, with 6 close counties to be heard from. This excludes Hamilton county. - THE LATEST. . Cincinnati, Oct, 14. The Democratic State Committee claims the election of 51 members of the House of Representatives, and 12 doubtful, and 21 sure in the Senate. The figures given for Hamilton county in previous dis patches have been further verified; and it is now confidently claimed by the Re publicans that they have elec ted the en tire legislative ticket in Hamilton coun ty, except pooaible Robert Hartan (for Representative and that the Democrats have elected the clerk, prosecuting attornev and members of the Beard of Control: Complete returns lor the coun ty have not yet been made. It is charg ed that in one precinct there were 200 more votes than registered voters. Presidential Appointment. . Washington, Out 14. The Pmident tliis afternoon appoint ed T. R. Jernigan of North Carolina to be U. S Consul at Oaka llirga, Japan. T$tE noujtiELMjr niFFi- CUL.TY. Hones of a Peaceful Settle ment Shattered. - London, Oct. 14. Hopes entertained last Light of a peace ful settlement of the Routnelian question have been shattered this morning by the receipt of a dispatch from Constantinople stating that conference has formally de clared that the Porte has disavowed the Bulsaro-Roumelian union. Further news is awaited with considerable anxiety. - War Preparations. . Constantinople, Oct. 14. - Great activity prevails in military cir cles throughout Turkey. Troops are being" hastily, armed and equipped for immediate service J The Sultan has de- tXrmined to fight against the further dis memberment of Turkey and large bodies of troops are being rapidly concentrated on the frontier, and strategic points with in striking distance of Bulgaria, Greece and Persia. Troops,horses and field guns are being dispatched to the front night and day. The Moslems are enthusistic and volunteering in large numbers. A conspiracy has been discovered at the Palace which has led to the exile of Said Pasha, Ex-Grand Vizier., New York Stock Market. ? - . Nw,YoEi,Oct.l4. The stock market has been very active and feverish this morning. There was a decided boom in ' opening quotations which Were to J per cent higher than closing figures yesterday except Missouri, Kansas and Texaa which was unchang ed. PacifitfMail led in opening advance, but . that "stock, Union . Pacific, Jersey Central, Louisville and Nashville and Canada Southern subsequently became weak and declined small fractious while the other stocks were strong and advanc ing from to per cent. - -V; '--L-'-Jfl'o. t holeralnJIZadrid. ;1 : 'Madrid, October 14, - There has been no cases of cholera in Madrid for a fortnight. Satin Berber in -all shades at Ireducetl J prices at... '-.'Whitlock's. CITIZEN JOB JOFFICE, WEST v SIDE PUBLIC 8QU.A LF. BILLHEADS, V POSTERS, " ' - . .: ' ' : BLANKS, A And Job Work of all hinds don will fromftnes and at low rices.' Destructive Fire in Gainesville 4 v - " Galveston, October 14. A special to the News from Gainesville . says, a destructive fire broke oat here at 12 last night in the grocery' store of J. ' C Drew, on Main Square Red River. The National Bank building, adjoining the Grocery, was badly damaged. ;- The. large : drug store of Gilchrist & Black', adjoin- ; ingthe Drew building on the South, was gutted. The upper floors of Ihese build- ings were occupied by the Wt stern Un ion Telegraph Company.and by lawyers. -The Furnitnro House of MP Pierce, in" rear of Bank, was considerably damaged. The total loss, $40,000, fully insured. It Is. suspected that the fire was of Inccn- ary origin. The Red River Bank re sumes business to-day, in other quarters. . The Situation in the East .Jflore Clouded; ':" -: London, Oct. 14. The Standard this morning saya the situation in the East has become more clouded within the last 48 hours. The problem -could be dealt with . effectually if the tripalites were United as it . pre- L1 tob. -The problam.noMK .uriJi. marck is how to settle the pending dif ficulty so as to prevent Russia- and Austria from fighting. If the latter agree to insist upon the status quo, or to force Servia to agree to it, Greece will be satis fied and Bismarck will concur. : But there appears to- be little chance that they will agree. It is not for England to act as principal in the miserable dis pute which is only of secondary interest, though she might cordially assist if Ger many and Austria make request. Baltimore Jflarttet. Baltimore, October 14. Flour fair and demand firm. Howard street and western Buper 3 123 16, ex tra 3 753 76, family 4 50o 12. City Mills Buper 3 003 50, extra 3 754 35 Rio brands 5 005 23. Wheat South -ern. strong and higher, western activ e and higher. Southern red 971 00, am ber 9394. Corn Southern, dull and nominally easy, western steady. South ern wbite 4950, yellow 5051. London Money Market. London, Oct. 14 noon. Consols 100 1-16. Consols 99 5-16. FOr 15 Days Only You can buy Dry Goods, Notions Hats, Boots, Shoes, Dre3s Goods' and- many-other thing at Cct the : - . Spot Cash Stoia J. O. HOWELL has gone to New York and must have room. Jxo. Ramsey and Will Patter . son are behind to wait on you. Western N. Carolina It. H. Westbbn N. C Railkoad Co.. General Paaaenirer Office. Salisbury. N.C Kept. 6tb,l85. J H86.) On and after Sept. 6th, 1885, the following sche dule will be operated by this Company : . ' GOING VE8T. Train No. 1. - Train No. 3. Ait. 2.M 3.43 4.09 4 6.15 6.33. 7.1S TAT - L've. L2Sam. a.85 S.44 4.10 - 4.41 , 5.16 6.83 T14 8.01 8.43 a.'6 9.21 , .89 10.18 10.49 1LI2 . Air. 7.54 law 11.01 12.08 1.05 . 2A9 3.49 5.17 5.88 : L've. 6.30 a. In. 814 10.07 11.25 12.25;p. m 1.25 ZS 8.55 Salisbnry, Stateavirie, Nswton, Hickory, ' icara, '.v Moixanton, Marion. -Old Fort. Round Knob, Black Mo'aln, 8.42 5-18 tf.Oti Coopers, 8.56 8p'g Junction, 9.21 - 645 6.47- Asnevuie, s. Alexanders, 10.1s WuShall, 10.48 Barnards, 1L1 6.67 pm, Warm Spr-gs, ii.a oonra east TraUHo.2. . Arr. L've. Train No. Ait. .'ve. I. so p m - 6.S0 6.50 . Salisbury, Rutesvllle, 12J0 am ll.99pm 11.82 1U.3J 10.05 9.l8 9.10 8.12 7.42 7.27 6.20 6.06 T.41 ,6.81. 4.49 4.12 SM 8.15 Kewton, Hickory, . ; r Icard, Morantoo, ' Hanon, Old Fort, 4.00 2.6T 9.17 4.0S 10.04 9.S8 . 9.10 8.12 7.42 7.07 " 6.19 . 6.0 6.41 6.13 4.48 - 4.11 8.50 8.20 2.18 . 11.8S m ia40 ra.43 '7.65 7.07 - 1.09 11.85 10.33 - .20 7.65 7.07-. Sound Knob, Black Mou'n. Coopers, Bp'ir Junoiion, Asheviile, Alexanders, Marshall, -Barnards, Warm springs MURPHY DIVISION. ' Going West. J. . - Going East' Train NaT. Train No. 8. Arr. h'rti. Stations. Ashttville, Hominy, Turnpike, -Pig"n River, Arr. L"TS , P M. , 4 01 8!M 317 3 47 -9 26 12SJ 1167 1146 10 66 10 C9 AM 10.26 10 64 11.21 11.61 19.19 1.49 2.28 2.39 8.81 4.16 9.49 10.29 10.58 11.23 11.54 1.2 r 1.68- Z99 ? M 4JW 8.69 8.87 8.12 2 45 2.00 12.U 11.56 11.45 10.64 A M s 3. Clyde. P Waynesv'le, Balsam, - Hall, Sylva; Wb'rStatll Charleston, ttonnd Knob is breakfast statios for No. l.snp per station for No. 2. . Trains Noa. 1,1, 7 and 8 run daily. ' . . Trains Noa. 8 and 4, nm dai ly rxcept Sunday. " " 1 W. ATVRK, A. 0. 1. A. M. SLAUGHTER, Q. P. A.