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FaraaXs3sa-& Caaerea, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Xjai"3r,w " 1 Year, $S.OO s Moo., aoo Weekly, - X Year, ' ' l.SO - O Mob., ,. .:, .vs ADVERTISING RATES LOW. Astaerine Business Directory UGemeral MertsaUt Wholesale and EelaiL C. E. Graham Co, S.R.Chedester & Son, J.D. Brevard & Co., J. O. Howell, 8. - iUmmershlag, I v. w HwUi-wI & Co.. J. P. Sawyer. G. A. Mean, A. H. ajcJkSon,Bearden,Rtnkin & Co., w. M. Brown, u. Ai. KODena. ... . .. . , Omln and' .fTeM VSoed- ' . ' Pnonii Jtr Sniifor. H. H. Lvons. A. J. Merrill. H. Redwood & Ctw J. O.-Howelli J. t.-Sawyer, Bear- den. Kan kin p Co., t:. n. atoucurc Grain, ifau and JTourV r t. B. Staines, Powell t Snider, Alexander and reniana. ' Hardware, 'Agricultural Implements, tc Pcnnlman & Co.vVanGHder & Brown. , fiotci. Bousefurnitihing, and Tinware. Ballrd,Jiro, Brown AEeardeoi, LindseyBros. . , . . Clothing r Genii Furniglting, Ac -i Jtunea'P. Sawyer, M. Levy, Charles V Lee, S vvnitiocit. ty Boohs, Shoe, and Mats. - W T.-Weaver, M. Levy. " ' " .' "i: ifloo onfi Sftoe ' Mdtmfactarerf' M. Levy, W. T. Weaver, A. Freck. oot and Stationery. J. L. Wilkie. S. K. Morgan & Co.. H. T. sta- rook, H. IL Lyons. . DruggitU and PtiarmaeeiUislU. "H."tt Lyj)rrsrvVTC.Carralchael, C. W. DeVanlt & Co., UM. MOrtmie; w. i-einam. Jewelers. C. Cfewan, Steflner and Robertson. Family Groceries. Powell well and Snider, 8 R. Kepler, A, R. Cooley, I'plilpv A ev & Co.. T. F. Starnes. G. W. Goodlake. A. J. James Franks, J, J. Mackey & Co., Jesse R. S tames, G.L, ,'iV. Ik Morgan, F. M. Johnson, R. B Notand & Sons.T. W.Shelton. J. R. TruU.G. H. Starnes. N. Penland. PenJand & Alexander. Mrs. I. .. sjmitli. ' ' : Butchers, Meal Dealers, tc. Zarhery Bros., James Lusk, T. K. Davis, Mc- ;onneii ana Jjrake. i ; Bakeries. . ; J.J. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Ollvei , Confectioners and Bakers. J. J. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston.l Wells Saddlery, Harness lc. H. II Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penland. r W.v'ii Furniture, Cr. W. B. WilliamsWrij Moore & Falk, P. S. Mo wmien. Undertakers, , X. Brand. J., V.Brown, John Clayton ' " Qoai Dealers. 8. F. VenaWe, D. S. Wation, Dill and Atkins : w. uwawooa uo. - ' ' ' -: ' ' i" r Lumber Dealers : oiibteday fc Scott. . Gmtraetors, Carpenters, and Builders. V. Gorenbo, John Hart, J. A. Wagner, T C. Wtstall, E. "J. Armstrong, J. E. Buttriek, T. L. Clayton. A..G. West. : Blacksmiths . D. W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. . , . . ,. ' j Hotels. v " tiwanuanla, Eaele, Grand Central. Western, Carolina House, 81ale House, The Villa. Private Boardina. 8. F. Venable, A. T. Somniey. Miss Bettie Brown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. F. Emer son, Miss Smith, T. W. Neel, Mrs. A. B. Chunn, J. H. Carter, G. M. Roberts, R. H. Grahl, G. L. Mc Donald, M; J. Fagg, J. A. Fagg. J. E. Rankin, W. T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathers, Mrs E " X. Baird, W. W. McDowell. James W. Patton, Mrs. Leicester Chapman,: H. C. Hunt, H. C. France, Mrs.' A. Sinclair P S McMullen, Forrest W West. Livery. Sale and Feed Stables. Reynolds irChambers, J. M.Ray, W. A.Wed diu. James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. 6tanslll Wm. Cox. E. W. Herndon, S. H. Barnard, G. W. Morgan A Co., E. T. Clemmons, Jesse R. Starnes. : Colleges, Schools, tc. Asheville Female College, Ashevllle Male Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High School for young ladies, Miss Sawyer's Primary School, Mrs . J. P. Gammon's Primary School, three white public schools, two good colored isehoqlSj Agraded school has been authorized by law, and a State normal school will be eld every summer. i ... , , . . . Millinery, ice. Mrs. H. M. Herndou, 8. Whitlock, Mrs. M. E. Mann, J. P. Sawyer,1 Mrs RB Porter. " " Attorneys At Law: MsLoud t Moore, J. H. Merrlmon, E. H. Mer rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger & Car ter, J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley; W. 8. Cushman, Richmond Peanidn, E. D. Carter, W. W. Vandiver, Davidson fc Martin, T. A. Jones, S. H. Reed, W. B. Gwyn, Locke Craig; W. R. Whitson, Jones and Hardwicke. Johnston & huiord,W. M. Cocke, Natt Atkinson, A.T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, V. S. Lusk, f. A. CummlngsA. J.TBian. t .- Physicians and Surgeons,': : ; ' D.J.Cain. W. L. Je W.-jjHHUard John Hey Williams, J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. Nelson, Ward law McGill, H P. GatChelL T rr- Dentietsr'tT s r. rv. : G. W. Whitson, iB. H. Dhiiglas, R. H. Reeves, A. B. Ware. Banks, Bankers and Brokers. BanLk.o( ,A6ville, Sluder & Barnard. . ; . 4,K. jSMerchanr Tailors. yJ ; . V-' '. J. W. Scbame. Dealers in Furs. : M. ElUck. .. ..... .. . Seal Ettoie Agencies. ' Walter B. wyH, A. J. tyman, Natt Atkinson, Aston, it. m. j ones. Architects and Civil JEngineers, . , S F Venable. J A-Tennant, ' Tobacco Warehouses. The Ashevllle Warehouse,. The Btaner Ware oue,;The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware house, ine isuncomoe vt arenouse. Tobacco ilcmufacturers- Chewing and Smoking. S. B.WesV,IeCarty & HuU, J. E, Ray, E. L Holmes AC.,, Shelton 1-Perry, W. P. Williamson. Coopers, tc L. F. Sorrell, N. Wj, Girdwood, Wlllam Weaver, Hart. . . . -4 . . - Wines, Liquors, tc T . v: i. Loughsan.. Brpf Haaayvati & Fefttiersione, W. O. MuMferfi do., A. R BorrelL t i Tailors. ' J. C. Brown & Co.. Patton Avenue. ; Papers Hanqers, . . Cain 4 Hunt, Moorft t ; . Fitzpatrick. - Hcvkpiipcr f i !' . ' Daily and WiiaV CinzEs, Daily and Weekly Advance, The Ashevftre Tribune (weekly) ' Job Offices. The Citizen Job Office, Hunt & Robertson. PhptSgraphers. Nat. W. Taylor, (JS'Rofcertson, T. T. HilL GlfiUJim, c -Jordan & Hallyburton. TJ. W. Girdwood, Jas.B. Buttriek. McLane. FetijHxcs, Cc. " F. N. WaddelL'Staf-Brand." Penniman Co.", Anchor Brand,.G.;M; 'Roberts, Alex. Porter; Piedmont," W. H. Penland, ",Owl Brand,". BeaT den, Rankir. Co., OIer t Co.'s SpecIaV-' Lyon Walker, 'Farmer's Friend," T. C. 8tarnes, "Ar lington." W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," K. W. Girdwood & Co., Swluble-Paclfio." - Insurance. " . E. J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch. W. U. Telegraph.; : . 8. G. Weldon, manager, f u - Southern and Adams 'Express. F. A. Stikeleather, manager. Ctoit OjRcers ; Buncombe County. Sheriff J. R. Rich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; 8. .Clerk E. WTHWildoii.s Register J. K Partersor.; Treasurer J. Hi Ooartneyr Surveyor' B. F. Patton: Tax Collector T. W. Patton. Inferior Court.'"' " Justice G. A. Shuford; Clerk Mont Patton; Solic ' .iH.B. Carter,, ; i :- ;? ' OauMy Commissioner?. " '-' ' J.K Rankin. J. A. Reagan, G. W. Whitson, L. Childs, Thos. D. Brittain. , . .. . j Justices of the peac:-. : - A. T. Bummey, N. A. Penland, T. W. Patton, C. ; Way, ,J.'M, Ledford, J..M. Jarratt, J, B. Cain. : ' - - , City Government., ' - " 7, Mayor E.' J. Aston; Aldermen W.' T. Reynolds. Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F.Scott, I. H. GorenflcN. W. Girdwood and J. L. Murray. Policemen F. N- Waddelt; Chief, W. G. McDowell, J. H. Hamp ton. Zeb Baini an d T P Hunter.; - i.t,,.: Fire Department. Hose N. I, . oreman H. C. Fagg; If. & L. No. 1, Capt. F A. II A banitary Department. Dr.D.TMlUerd, BaniiarjrChieL l w f-, ? a-'-4w t Feieraf Officers i ': ; v : " C..' CgAmis4obetvA.'r Smnmey. Deputy Collector, (stamp -ortiec) A. D. oper. - District : Deputy 8. C. Herren. Depnty Marehalls, R. O. Patterson, ASP attet6ri,y,K. Davis, H. B..Har kina wi 1' "w United States District and Circuit Courts. - Jodw R. P. Dick, Solicitor f . g.Fovd, Oerk J. E. Reed, Deputy Clerk PA. Ciirhmings. , - - ' T5 "TbttDjJtetCi ' . H. L. Gndw. M., Utrik 0. 4?. Moore; W. L. Norman, C, L. Cliff. - . , i : i Bewtng Xachtnt Ageocietr WhUlrAW41jB,:J. Hv HenliW -hlef Clerk iiss fceosie Jurticew Singer, M.-H. Morynihan, Siief Clerk W. Monltb. Domertle, 8. H. Cbed - eeter t Son, Chas E Lee. ?. . . Countjf Bonrdtif tducatiim.i t. ' A. T. Summey, J H Sams and B (, 4uidger. First jul niii t ii B 1 1 ty ii. pi'n lr. . . VOL; I.-NO 165. j DAILY EDITION. INTERESTING READING MAhTER . y, . ON THE FOURTH PAGE A rrival and Departure ef ttv Trains. Sausbcbt Mai train arrives 929 A. u. - DepartB 62 p. x. " Day train arrives at 2 ;14 p x. " departs at 100 A. m. Tennessee Arrives 57 P. X; Departs 9:47 A. X. Wautesviixb Arrives 4:89 p. x. . - " ; Departs 9:39 A. x. - The Waynesville train reaches that point at 11:88; returning, eaves AVaynesville at 1.86. THE liAIIiT CITIZEN : Will be published every Morning (ex cept Monday) at the following fates strtctly cash : . ' . ' ' One Year, . . . . . $ 00 Six Months, . -. . . . . 3 00 Three " , . . . . . 1 50 One " ..... .. . : 50 One Week, ... . 15 Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev ery Morninjr in every pai't of "itttr- city to our subscribers, and parties .wanting it will please call at the Citizen Office. 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 uunl it done neatly, cheaply and uit dispatch. The Daily Citizen ;, Gives the only telegraphic dispatches r:cived. A fine line of Hats, Caps and Furnish ing goods will soon be opened opposite Eagle Hotel. J, " - tf. Go See Whitlock's New Goods. Warranted Shoes from the following well known markets: Ziegler Bys, J A Banister Packard and Graver, Tlwmas Stokley and Merrium and Tyler. Low priced Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, A c. II. REDWOOD & CO. 25 One Price Store. Nice Carpets at McMullen 's. Elegant Parlor Suits at McMul len's. c Theibest line of Chairs, and the most comfortable, are at McMullen's. Our friends from the West are here in large numbers. How pleas ant it is to see how many mends the Citizek has. Be sure and call at McMullen 's to examine and get prices on his goods before buying. He will take great pleasure in showing you. If the people of Western North Carolina want to buy Furniture, Carpets, or Window Shades, tney should not fail to call at McMullen's He has the best and cheapest Goods in town. Another white frost this morning and thin ice. It is rather early to cnronicie so mucn 01 winter, jduu winterscomes apace, and will not be postponed. Lay in your wood and coal. ' .Too much praise cannot be bes towed u pon them an agers "of th e Fair, or oh the people who have-exhibited. The Fair, throughout, has been wonderful, showing as it did the grand capabilities of Western Carolina. The effects and improve ments of each year but sustain the repeated. claims of the Citizen. ' If anythii-g the Citizen will enlarge its claims hereafter. The Young Ladies Aid Society will give another of their really el egant sociables and oyster suppers at the Carolina House, Tuesday evening next, 27th. There will also be some most enjoyable amuse ments. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Admission 25 cents. We hope the rooms will be crowded, for the young Ladies deserve " success both for themselves and for their object. Can a spread of stewedoysters be more effectually spoiled than by serving them with milk? On the coast, milk and oysters are classed aa deadly enemies, why should they be friends in the mountains? Let them butt horns here as elsewhere. They do not agree'. Butter, but not m il k; and ior fri ed o j'sters, butter and not lard. i , A Great Wrong. We notice in many of our ex changes: advertisements of Patent Medicines which profess to be a cure for yellow, fever. This is all wrong, and mere trifling with hu man lite lor earn. . Yellow lever should be promptly treated by a pnysician and when possibly by one who acquainted with the constitutional characteristics of the patient." .It is, however, a well known fact that a person whose blood and Liver are in a healthy condition are much , les ; liable to contract the disease than one with impure .blood and a disordered Liver. - V e. therefore, advise all of pur. readers to prevent this dreadful disease by purifying . their blood and giving healthy action to their Liver by a timely use of JDr. Hart s Blood and- Liver Pills, tihe best known agency for the purpose. . . . '. 1 i . ' r 1 1 ' , - I herewith beg" to call your attention to my .well, assorted stock of Fancy China and Bohemia Glassware in all colors. Earthen nd Stoneware, Japanese and Chinese wares in great variety.. Silver-, ware, Table Cutlery and Trays. I am offering extra inducements in price till Nov. isi, in order to reduce stock, t -v -v y,y-y--:y':-J. II. Law, ' Opposite Eagle Hotel. A large and carefully selected stock of Clothing, Drg Goods, Fancy Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, dc, at fixed and reasonable prices. : ' " ' ' " ' ' 7 f Go see Wjiiti.ock's New Goods. "ASHEVILLE, N. C - Fair Notes. ' ' '.: ;"y The following exhibit of Messrs. Buttriek and Cole, of Asherille, astonished every body. . Their very excellent grates for fire-places, made entirelv at their foundry, wasa most agreeable surprise. - .Their "oane mills, andirons, ovens, plow-castings were very excellent. . showing an important industry in bur midst of 11 - J - 1 1J 1. wmcn me ivnoie section snqtuu ue proud. ' .: '' ' ;V;' ' Gen'l Clingman says the big gourd on exhibition reminded him of a ioke. A fellow said he laid sick of a fever, speechless, for fourteen days, and all he did was to cry; water, water, water. Gen'l C thinks this speechless fellow who cried water mighthave drank that gourd full of water; bufr nothing else could. : Col. John Ott, secretary of .the famous Southern Fertilizer Compa nytf Richmptd,aelai atfencl-. ing the Fail.' He- said he was sim ply amased at the display of apples and agricultural products. He has attended fairs in most of the States for years but never saw anything like it before. He has ordered some of the fruits and vegetables sent to Ilichmond, to be placed on exhibi tion there. Col. Archibald Crenshaw, one of Richmsnd's prominent citizens, was on the grounds yesterday. ' Our nursery friend H. L. Herren of Hominy, had a splendid display of apples 10 - varieties, ali good keepers. , He also had trees of select varieties. Old Yancey will always show, up on the apple "business. . When it is said that Riley .Neill, and J. W. Holcombe were at the Fair with ! vragon loads of their choice apples, all the world- may know that they could not be beaten. - Those -handsome cabinets of the native woods, prepared by Mr F Poindexter. of Havwood. and we think of Havwood woods, were as much admired as anything; on the Fair grounds Mr Pearson purchas ed two of them "and presented them to the Asheville Club. We hope Asheville or some citizen will pur chase the others, and place in the LiLiary. ; . ,4 , . Law's Silver and China di-play was a thing ofbeauty and elegance. The McCormick..' mowers and reapers, exhibited by Messrs. Pen niman & Co., and which received a diploma for high merit, attracted general interest of our farmers. And all united in praises of their supe rior excellence; - -" - - - - The most unique thing oh exhi bition was a suberb bridle, ma le entirely of horse hair, of different colors,' by Mrs. R. R. Cathey " of Mills River. It attracted the ad miration of everybody, and merited it all. The shaft of flesh colored marble from the Nantahala, exhibited by Maj. J. W-Wilson, was truly beau tilul. It was elegantly polished, was 5 feet hie h and 10 inches square at the base, and there are just millions more of the same dort where that " came from, in Swain county, and the W N C Railroad has its road bed upon it for miles. This shaft goes North for exhibi tion. . I Very handsome displays of our manufacturers of tobacco, smoking and chewing, were made by Messrs E I Holmes & Co., U E Ray and McCarty & Hull. Their cases were elegantly arranged, and their to baccos are without exception the best and purest in the world. Ashe ville smoking tobaccos have taken premiums over all others wherever exhibited, in Europe or America. Uncle Pleas Israel's fine pair of mules carried off the blue ribbon His exhibit of corn, cattle beets, stock beets, table beets, podd pep pers, sweet potatoes, were superb. Mr: J. E. Young of Buncombe ex hibited over a half bushel large fine- insh potatots, the product oi one potato. They were of. he Rock Bluff . variety . : He - also -exhibited a mammoth but weighing 15 pound, and beautiful pop-corn. 4 Mr. J. H. Daniel had a bushel of veryfine white wheat: Mr. B. J. Alexander a pumpkin weighing 160 Our Hominy friends have done well this week. Mr. J. C. Curtis ex hibited It Durham bull, . Durham cow, 3 Durham heifers.' and ; corn and potatoes. His prn ;took the premium as did his bull. Mr J. W. Rice 1 fine mare, (took , premium) 2 Durham bull :'calvi." Mr.' J. L. Young Durham heifers. ' " " . , M r. J; G. Burnett of Haj'wood had some elegant stock. II p got prem ium on best pair oxen. - Mr. J. M. Gwyn of Haywood 'ex hibited some cattle which were beau ties, of the Devon stock ; also some Southdown sheepi all full bloods. They elicited general admiration. Of course he gathered- inv some of the premiuns. v' ' ' ; Mess. Lyman' made a handsome display from Tahkeoskee firm, of stock, - products, ' and A poultry a large and very handsome variety -of all. His Ayshire bull, under two years old. was greatly admired, and borne off the the blue ribbon. 'V 1 4 Mr. W; M- S- Green of New Found, exhibited 'the : Mammoth Squash weighing 102 pounds, and . cabbage planted 6th- July, weighing 11 to 15 pound each. .- : I New found and. Dicks creek come up all right this week. " " ; 't u ! Ladies' Cloaks, Rttssian Circulars, Neiif markets, Visiles, Plush Sacques, Walking Jackets, Shaws, Boulevards, &c. . 25 II. REDWOOD A CO. - o - Vll. SATURDAY MORNING,; OCT.24, 1885.": The Tobacco Sa.le- ; . ; ij Yesterday was a grand success. A large number of buyers were present,- &ixd the prices ranged high throughout. Our warehouse men haye done their work well, thorough ly well, and deserve full credit The tobacco placed on sale jyas well ar ranged, ahdtit was well managed. Col. Crenshaw of Richmond, and Mr. vBarnett were auctioneers, and they can talk a high price out of a fellow before lie knows it. : VV e have not yet seen the record, but it was a splendid success. ; r :t! The Races Yesterday. First. Half mile, trot; '- entered, Charley, by John Hart; Booney, by J R Davis; Dolly, by E Wilcox; won bv Dolly, Charley second. 'Second. Half mile d&i for sad dle horsesj entered-lV.i, by Wil. coxXiza JaneT by'vW" H'Mthey, Denmark, by Dan'l Reynolds; won by Dolly, Liza Jane' second. Third. Mule race; entered, Miss Captain, by J W Cameron, Haley, by V.R Shipman;'won by Miss Cap tain. " . ' :. Fourth; Foot race, five" entries; won b' Tom Hyatt, second; Rufus Greenlee Fifth. Running race, mile dash; entered, Blue Jay, by J W Williams, Jr, Butterfly, by J M Broyles; Lit tle Henry, by Buchanan and Bunn; won by Blue Jay, Butterfly second, Little Henry third. A Graceful and Merited Compli ment to a MOST EFFICIENT OFFI CER. Capt. Natt. Atkinson has been smilingly proud all the week, and justly so. His energ' and work for the Fair, bore rich fruits in thedis-: play of the agricultural products. But yesterday he walked around with an evident contempt for him self for not being able to smile with as much emphasis, as his feel ings prompted him to do and because Mrs. Kumbough who is always thoughtlul and appreciative, had sent him a large, elegant bouquet of rare flowers, with the message fear ring the men would not appreciate your enorts as they should, 1 send you this in behalf of the ladies, as their testimonial of your successful labors in behalf ot the ia-r, and m showing the products of our sec tion." Of course he is happy. The Last Day of the Fair. A Oro wii qf D elighted Spectators. A fair crowd assembled at the Grounds vesterday, to witnes the stock sides, tobacco sales and the racing. . Most of the crowd were friends from Me country, who have shown their interest in the Fair to a grand extent. The citizens ol Asheville didnot respond yesterday, as the association had a right to ex pect. It has been impossible to reach the Secretary's books 60 as to get the names of all exhibitors. And yet to give an ideaofthe exhibitthi3 would have to be done. As to quality, ev erything was superior, not an infe rior article or product, or animal on exhibition. Several prominent gen tlemen from other States, whose bu siness carries- them to the annual fairs of this and other States, North and South, stated- without reserve, that they have never seen such ag ricultural ;' products and fruits on exhibition anywhere, and in such quantities; too, showing that it was not an accidental growth, but h gen eral result. Pumpkins weighing from 140 to 160 pounds'; squash 102 pounds, cabbage from 15 to 17 lbs., table ueets 18 to 15 pounds, stock beets 16 to 20 pounds, .corn 90 lbs. to the bushel, Irish potatoes 16 to 17 ounces, ears of com :.14 to 16 in ches long, a gourd which held one bushel and tiveqts, turnips weigh in? t6 14 pounds, parsnips 'that Uooked like huge stock : beets, . pep pers 7 to 9 inches in circumference, millet and rye, and grasses, and clo ver, and oats, and wheat, 5 to 8 ft. tall, apples weighing' from 1 to 34 ounces, ' rare peaches ,' and grapes, bushels of oats, and beans, and rye, and corn, and everything grown in the-gardenor field, which cannot be enumerated, without just publishing the entire catalogue, and all of mam- Lmoth size. Then the stock consist ing of pedigreed Durham, and De von, and Ayrshire and Holstem cat tle, and Southdown .' and Merino sheep, Essex and -Berkshire hogs, and Leghorn, and black Spanish and Plymouth Rock and Cuban game chickens, and white. Turkies, and Ducks and Pigeons; then the butter, golden, sweet, firm, in all and beautifhl shapes; iind then the home-made wines, and preserves, and iellies andiams; and the work of the energetic and tasty ..house wife in the display of fancy work; then the golden tobacco! J ust here we have to give up poverty ot lan guage to - go through, ; and will im ply have to reter to the books at the earliest opportunity, when we willendeavor to give the nsmes ot exhibitors and articles and animals exhibited. ; " Scarfs, Ties,. ,VndencearK Collars and Cvffs, Hosiery, ' Driss , trimmings. Kid Gloves, Jersey Gloves, Ae. - . ' - 123 ' ; ' REDWOOD & CO. ) 's.h ?-... r - ;, S'dks. Satins.Velvcls, Frtvch Dress Goods in plain, plaid,Hgvred, und striped, Fine Flannels, Tweeds, Repellents, &e. lrmts, Ginahams. Percales. Lindseys, dec. AJasi- meres, 1 Cloakings.. &c. table Linen, Nap kins, Towels, Sheetings, Curtain Materials, Blankets, Comiwtables, Ac. f25 It. REDWOOD A CO. . - i. ' i 1 . - : .. Miss Riley's Lectures,, jvox. Exo- LISH LlTeRATORE. V - i -iuc, : : Respecting the -wishes of many. this accomplished lady has deter mined to reduce . the cost of admis sion to her Lectureson English; Lit erature, lo the ' following low rates: For the course of weight lectures. $3.00, four lectures, $1.75, one lec ture 50 cents.- It is a, hne opportu nity , specially .for young ladies, to PS both edihed and entertained. From Tennessee. s Mr. A. M. Stokeg, of Big Creek, Cocke county, Tenn., brought to the Fair a very fine grade- of tobacco raised by him.- He is one of the live farmers of his county and geo- mg the splendid capabilties of his section tor the culture ot nne tobac co went into i.twithavim,ind with splendid seccess. ; lo ' ha" shown still better judgment by bringing his tobacco to Ashevllle. AH of our Tennessee friends will do,, well to follow his example,: both in culture and the selection ot a market.. A Ver-Vaxuablj and Graceful "Gift.-:.1- ' -: . We learn that the Asheville Club is the recipient of a handsome preS' ent, which will -add to its great at tractions. - - lhe ; following- corres pondence will show that one of its liberal and public spirited mehibera has given it the handsome speci mens of woods of Western North Carolina, which for the past week have been so much admirsd by . vis ltors to tne iiair, prepared py juv. F. Poindexter, of Waynesville.. , ; We cannot reirain from expressing our admiration of this generous act, as well, as the wisdom which prompted it, as we are sure that in no place could these beautiful specimens be" placed more suitably than in the fine rooms of the Ash'e'vjlb Club ; Asheville, Oct.. 23. A. J.' Lyman, Esq., President Ashe ville Club: . . - ' Dear Sir : I beg to present to the Asheville Club two panels of North Carolina hardwoods. They- are now on exhibition at the Fair, and are marked as the property of the Club. I do this in the belief that they will prove interesting not only to the members of the Club' but to our many visitor who make in quiries about Western North. 4Jaro lina resources. I am, sir, your obedient servant, . --rr? -;- Riuhmon-' Pearson. Asheville Club, Oct 23. ; Hon. Richmond Pearson : - Dear Sir: It is my most agree able duty to acknowledge your note of tq-day, addressed to Mr. A, J. Lyman, President, and in his name as well as my own, to assure you that your handsome present will be most highly appreciated. ; Without waiting for the formality of a club meeting, I feel entirely safe, in ten dering you the sincere, thanks of every member of the Club tor , your liberality. : Very respectfully. : ' ' : T. W. Patton, Seci Handsome Dress Suits, Cluv'ot Business Suits, Cdssunere ibnits in blue, gray and brown,Youths' Boys' and. (Jiiildren' Suits, Overcoats in. aU sizes from small childrens' to large men's. ., The greater part of oar large stock is in good aiudittes, ranging (in men's sizes) from $12 to $25 a suit s v H. REDWOOD & CO. t25 On Price Store. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR 8ALE, On account of derartuie. for $275, usual price $375, a new Mathucheck Piano (only four months from factory). Apply to oct 22-3t JIBS, Cxi A3. JLV J-JiMf.K, Grove street. FALL AflDTIHTER ! James P. Sawyer Has just received the largest and - best selected stock of .Jj-"V: CLOTHING Consisting of Prince Alberts, Nor . folk Jackets, Chesterfield, Cut- : ; away and : Sack Suits-jbr t Men,' Youth and ' Boys, tver- brought lo this- market.: His . : stocfe of is larger and cheaper than evtr be : ; -J" A fore.- : ;'- s. DRL.SS GOODS (l from. lOe. a yard up.' BOOTS, SHOES HATS by the car load; sill ; sorts and sizes " at prices as low as the lowesL; . ...Jr.i't Sugar Salt and DoixestiO in any quantity you waQL Or v, a if . Coffee, Bacon and Iikd - lower than ever before, . . Carpets, Itlankits and t lug- A full assortment "all wool 'and a' ; - : yard wide. v ; Wholesale and lietaU. .', Kerosene and White Oil by the car ' -load,.' . . ' .V . is the place to buy,- "And - Don't :':t 'V' You Forget it." iJi-'.-:' Public Square, Asheville, No. Ca.' PRICE: 5 CENTS TELEGRAPHIC. ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS -SPR " ' , .'"CIAL TO CmZEN.J ' j , A Heavy Gale oa IakeSnper- - j lor. ,f -j ; , . :, s . Makhiukttk, Mich., Oct. 23. j The vessel masters ' arriving here say they havo never experienced such heavy weather on Lake Superior as has prevail ed daring the last few days. The gale raged with unabated fury for nearly 60 hours attaining a velocity of from forty A A. ? 1 . tumxty mues an nour. Navigation was rendered doubly ierUoiiu by the preval ence of furious spow storms. Many ves sels ha-f narrow, escapes from serious disaster and several are still missing The steam barue H. C. Baldwin of Detroit has arrived here in search ofhercon- 8:rtsbarges. Grace Whitney and Eurwka. During the gale, -Monday-.;-, night ' the barges separated froui the Baldwin and have not been hoarj from since. -The Captain of the Baldwin is almost certain that they have gone down and that all hands are lost... Thcrei .were thirteen men on Wo boats. -. r . . ." Stockton, Ca l., Oct. 23. , A meeting of three hundred citizens held here last evening and presided over by Supervisor English, adopted resolu tions demanding the removal of China town from the city - limits and pledging those present to vote against all nominees at the city election November 3rd, not pledged for the : removal of the China town. The movement inuludes some of the best citizens and a prominent organ ization is to be maintained. The South Atlantic Railroad. . . 1 . 1 Work commenced. Work was commenced on the South Atlantic Railroad at Bristol, Tennessee, yesterday. This road will connect with the Norflolk and Western at Bristol an J will run to Big Stone Gap. Tenn. there connecting with the Kentuckv. hv stein. The route selected leads throntrb vast mineral and timber sections, said by the engineer to be of inestimable rich ¬ ness. . The road will be pushed through with all possible speed and will employ a large number of laborers. Dr. James A. Bailey, contractor, predicts the com pletion of the entire line in eighteen months. - THE ARNSTHOXt) TRIAL ABDVrTIOr CASE. ;; Trial In the nigher Conrtbe' Ixndon, Oct. i3. The trial of Mr. Stead VAxtor of the Pall Mall GAZarr.s R b jooa J.rrett. Mr. Branwell Booth of the salvation armv Mrs ('oon'ie, Mrs. Sampson Jtcqiie8 and Louise Mourry, defendants 'in the Lliza Armstrong abduction se began to-day before Mr. Justi.ti Ikmk at the Central Criminal Court. .The Court room was crowded many iv. lesent at iiim of the sal vation army wer projnt. ; A lar.e crowd had asscMiibU-d in ir.-nt of the building . prt vioi.M t ih ijm uingioi court hut a heavy rain" ih.-t.fu ami iht-y scatter.l.to pla-es 1 lit'ltt r. The Pris oners pleadetl . 'not ut ih " Sir, Richard E. VVekHterrattornov neral, opened the the cH fir the cruwn" His address ;ov the same ground as that of Mr Poland at the Magistrate's examination Justice Loot xs says no motives, no matter how worthy their olyVrt. were sufficient to justify the taki,.g ol a chiht without her parenta conuent and if consent had been obtained in a fraudulent manner: it 'was no consent in the eves of the law. The witnesses testimony so far, is merrely a repetition of the evidence at the prelim inarp examination Eliza Armstrong testified freely and clearly. The trial will probably last a week. Peaceful lAi-surances or Bill garia.: Ojustantinople, Oct 23. Here Van Radowitz. the German am bassador has imfonned the Porte that Prince Alexander has guaranteed that Bulgaria shall n it disturb the .present order of things. The Prince has ordered his troops to avoid provoking conflict in any quarter but does not hold himself answerable for his neighbors. " , ' Ualtimore Market. ' , Baltimore. October 23. Four quiet rather easy, Howard tst. and western super 8.123.00, family 4.50 5 12. City mill super 35 extra 3,75 4.23', fted'brands 50o2, wheat south quiet steady Southern red 959o, Am ber J0C102 No I Md.95(oiy9 No 2 west ern winter redpot 909l)i, Corn south ern quiet, firm .western dull firm southern white 5456, Yellow o234. -, ' . . Sew York Stock Market. ; , Nw York, Oct. 23d. The stock market opened weak this morning, first prTes generally showing declines of J per cent, but Pacific Mail was down , Northern Pacific f , Jersey Central i, and Reading 1, while M. K" & T. was unchanged, in the early dealings there was momentary weakness, but this was soon recovered and advanc es of J to per cent followed. But Pacific Mail advanced 1 per cent in the early dealings and then rapidly declined 1, but by 11 o'clock had advanced to shade above opening figures. Towards 11 o'clock the market became Jess active and steady and so continues at 11 o'clock. CITIZEN JOB OFFICE, WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUJRK. BILL HMDS, iV:!iL!. . LETTER 1IEADS ' - POSTERS, And Job Work of all kinds done with fromftnes and at low f rices. . . I.Mdo Hm; Mark. ! 1 '. i LoxnoN,Oct,22 Nton.' Consols lOOg, -... r. . ., . Rlel Aepriever. Toboxto, Ost.. . Gvt. 22th. A special from Ottowa says ; . At.: the Cabinet meeting yesterday it wa decid ed to postpone Riol's execution lill Nov. 11th. The French Canadians still ex press confidence , that. Kiel . will notlta hung. . They ; La6o; their hopes on; the recommendation to mercy of th ResikA Jury. ' . ' V ... . Fresh Oystirs, In-air-tiidit cans: rmt day and Saturday, at Capt. Price's Freah tiBh market, adjoining Weaver's Shoe More. The oysters are a luxitrv. Frah ocean fish of the best varieties, received every Wed'sdar and aturriv mnrninnu Call promptly. - tt. ' First of TH.JSiAaoN. - -, - Messrs. Zacharv Bros., at thrir rwirMi la stall on Main street and No.' i. MarLp House, are now offering Fresh Pork dailt-L to their customers. - Now for simprli nn.'b chops and head stews. 1 " . ' toet ' 1 , . .-. Your old thoes can bemadu mnl new only at W. T, WbavkbK,, Hats! Hat! Hats! ; . , i. Newest shapes and best makes, at W"hiti.ook!8. ' e.w Fall Millinery just received at r . ' "' Wmitt-ock s." ' Cashmeres in ail erades and all nolrini and black, at , , , Whitlock V. . The handsomest line 'of Gent R a-fa and Ties, the Puritan and Genesta. the leaders, af Whitlook's ' -i , ; I A choice lot ofStvlish Hats, at ttruvM Aa. tuwuiase usuauy cnargea tor me tame grades. t2 II. Rl KDWOQD A.COi - A good restaurant is a necesaam'iMjj tablishment for every city. pocHuioUt! ii euppues mia neea dv tno VhIt Man's Restaurant on Main Staeefi hsu". tween the Bonanza andXhe bank. Dork advertises oysters now dailyyapd-pffeMt a riimnttnrr Kill rt fn t " J v HasdsoaE New Goons1 ABK1VIXO AL MOST EVERY DAY. Jj'J : j?.'.- II. Redwood i Co.jj,,, eodtf One Price Btobe, To steal an Umbiel a is at last a crime. But if a man steals a bottle of Dr. Boll's Cough Syrup to cure his cough, can' it bo . called a crime? (CUT THIS OUT.) :(: .1 !t ANOTHER BIO DlilVF. 1 1 . AT iiJ. '' WITTKO WSKY & ' BA RDCIf'S, ' ; .'':v: : ,r !i CHARLO'lTE, X. C, Our store is filled wltli.eager Pur-, chasers, many who are waiting un-" tiently toe servedr-The Bargain ofl'ered below as our competi tors and are the talk of this v boW community. -' We owe it to our "out ! of Town Patrons to secure suchaBr gains for them and haye therefore reserved a limited quantity, ty fill,, thtiir orders. ' '. JUST TillNK OF IT. 600" yards of. Black gr gr. . Silk, rare value, worth 80c per yard, now 621c. ; . ' 900 yards of Black grl gr. : Silk, ' choice goods, worth h20 per yard, now 971c. v !;') : IT'! .O K 220U yards of Black gr, gr SilkJ "sublime." worth $2.3.5,, ptr ryardj now $1,371. jr. : ;';.i-n . 40 pieces of .colored tU ;Wotl i French Cashmeres, 38 inche widf- .i in cardiriid, navy blue, s.-ai bt6wii;ivj iiiyrilc green, fjuriu-t, wortli 75o ,er. yard, now o7Jc t - -.-; , ':!: 50 pieces of & inch, wide, ail Wiotd .1 Heavy Jirew Flannels in every . u . agineable btrw-t shade, wortli: i $1.10.,.: per yard, now. 75c." ., .,; -vui.: (jOjdoz B.eached Du mack Towels, ,. : the Kest yet fnr 25c, ecii,7.teird for.'i some, if they don?t suit return thenwi i j i 12c, 15c, 20c and: 25c ; will -biir.il some of the loveliest Indies' Haiut:;! kerchiefa.you ever saw, send foroir& i- or more. ... Nm,- i 15 pieces Bleached Table Damask ft worth 00c per yard for 4oc . r: .v. fi -5 doit. Embroidered 64 Wool T ble Covers only.$l 40 each.'.;.. ,.1 - .(.' . CUT THIS OUT ';'-lV : ' " These goods' at thess prices until : they are exhausted. . i. t-.i ..- :.. i All orders, ' "small or ; -larft," promptly attended to. WITTKO WSKV'ABA UUCH; , . Charlottp, X.' 0.' FOS 8U5 OR REST. 1 !.-i."itji ; h!i;-"IIILLSIMK,"-. .! .,:,-; A most desirable resilience; alao, for ntle.'aev-- , em I bnlldioK lots, all u Haywood mreet, Nortli;:' ' end of Battery Porter. iDuutreoit tbe,ptciniM. oct Itf-dlw . : ,- oct l-dlw J..E. RANKIN D- 5X,WAmEMv,! ( LAWRENCE PULLTAM. , t INWl'RK YOl'K PROPERTY Illi rtUU Puiliam Cd'. Agency 1 None But First. Class f Companies.. .- - M . 'i . i Represented, '. !! Office in Bank of Asheville. ttct C-dlmo ' f :.-' ) ' '.i.ii ii ft HOUSES FOR REXT. T have two new, ho'iwg for rent' I eight rooms each, with cloets and II 1 ,l!: 1 porches, within two mlnatea' walk of ' the Court House. ;. Excel lent spring water. Term "'' reasonable. For information applT to me. ort diw , ' P. JP. LOVJt.' . HELLO, ; FRIEUD ! v,i 1" Hi GO TO ..' r-;.;;- '"'.i1-' : . ;i ; .H -.v-t : II I LIAS Binlaj; Rora,' ,J ' Ani get something nice to eat "p- ' '. HILL ia always on hand, and the ' finest the rokct all'ords to ens . ' tain him. : South Main et., se 15-dtf 2 doors alwve I'jide f t. v'