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r r- DAILY EDITION. CITIZEN JOB OFFICE, WEST SIDE PUBLIC BQJJA T.F. BILLHEADS, ' v. . LETTER HEADS, ; POSTERS, : BLANKS, A And Job Work of all kind dant will from finest and at law price. TpiU t 1 v 1 . .4 EDITOES AND PROPRIETORS. A M - I . ! :-' ? -j : o X A. XT.TT, . Weekly, . 1 Year, . - -.. e Mos., 3.00 X Year,. LSO VOL. I NO 166. : -'r .ASHEVILLK N. C. SUNDAY MORNING, OCT. 1885. . ... . . , PRICE: 5 CENTS ADVERTISING RATES LOW. Ml if2 JJW V "ii- -..- ML. Agherllle Business iMrectorj. " General Merchant Wholesale and EetaS. C E. Graham & Co., 8. Ii. Chedester A Son, J. D. Brevard & Co., J. O. Howell, 8; liammerahlag, C. K. Lee, H. Redwood & Co., J. P. Sawyer, G. A. . Mean, A. H. Jones & Son, Bearden, Rankin & Co, Ay. H. BrowB, G. 1L Roberts. . . . , , Garden and Field Seed. Poell & Snider, H. H. Lyons, A. J. Merrill, H. Redwood Se Co., J. O. Howell, J. P. 8awyer, Bear den. Rankin Je Co., C. H. Moncure. ' Grain, May and Flour. -- . ' T. R. Starnes, Powell fc Snider, Alexander and Penland. - . . i-; . Hardware, Agricultural Implement, tc. Penntaian A Co., VanGilder & Brown.; ' V Stoves, Houstfurnuhing, and Kntcore. -.. Ballard Bros., Brown & Bearden, Lindaey Bros. Clothing, Genii turnisHng, Set. '- : C , Junes IV Sawjer, M. Levy, Charles Lee, S ' Boots, Shoes, and Mat. W T. Weave, M. Levy. -.".';-'.-- : Boot and Shoe Manufacturers . r M. Levy, W. T. Weaver, A.Freck. . '- Book and Stationery. - ' t. L. Wilkle, J. K. Morgan Co., H.-T. Esta- " '""Zriiyyitt and I&ir,toUulita: H. H. Lyons, W. C. Cannichael, -C. w; De Vault . ro., U. a. aioncure, . js. reinem. Mutiea Instrument, Sec Be Vault Bros. , ' Jrtcefcr. C. Cowan, Steflner and Robertson. , , Familu Groceries. Powell and Snider, S. I v. Kepler, A. R. Cooley, Penley fe C-o.. T. F. Starnes, G. W. Goodlake. A. J, Merrill, JE. Ware, Ware and Howell, A. C. Davis, James Franks, J.J. Mackey & Co.. Jesse R. Starnes, ii. McDonald, W. L. Morgan, r . m. jonnson, n K Noland & Sons.T. W.Shelton. J. R. Trull, G. H srarncs. N. Penland. Penland & Alexander. Mrs. i t:. Smith. . Butcher. Meat Dealer. &c. Zachery Bros., James Lnsk, T. K. Davis, Mo- t iatiiell and Drake. Bakeries. J. J. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Olivei, Confectioners and Baker. .1. J. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston.T Wells Saddlery, Uarnesi &c. s. M Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penland, . Furniture, tc. W. B. Williamson, Moore & Falk, P. S. Mc- Mullen Undertakers. X. Brand. J. V. Brown, John Clayton Coal Dealer. S. F. Venable, D. S.Wat'on, Hill and Atkins . W. Girawooa dc Lo. Lumber Dealers oublcday t Scott. Omtractors, Carpenters, and Builders. I. Gorenlio. John Hart. J. A. Waener. T C, Westall, E. J. Armstrong, J. E. Bnttrick, T. L. lay ton. . u. west. Blacksmiths 1). W. Caublc, J. H, Woody. Hotels. cSwanuania, Eagle, Grand Central, Western 'Jarolina House, Slagle House, The Villa, Private Boardino. 8. F. Venable. A. T. Samriierr" Miss Bettie drown. Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. F. Emer son. Miss Smith. T. W. Neel. Mrs. A. B. Chunn J. H. Carter, G. M. Roberts, R. H. Grahl, G. L. Mc Donald, M. J. Fagg, J. A. Fare, J. E. Rankin, W. T. Revnolds. Mrs. T. E. Reynolds. E. Sluder. Mrs, Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathers, Mrs E I., ttuiru. w. w. AicDoweii. James w. .ration. m;s. Leicester Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H. C. France, Mrs. A. Sinclair r ii MCMullen, Forrest W west. Lixery, Sate and Feed Stables. Kcynolds fc Chambers, J. M.Bay, W. A. Wed din. James Sevier. C. O. Allen. T. H. Stanslll- Wm. Cox. E. W. Herndon, S. H. Barnard, Gi W. Morgan t Co., E. T.Clenunons, Jesse R. Starnes. Colleges, Schools, &c Asheville Female College, Asheville Male Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High bcliool for young ladies, Miss Sawyers Primary School, Mrs J. P. Gammon Primary school, three white oublie schools, two srood. colored - tuwtolB. A graded school has been atrtnorlred by law, and a State normal school will be held every simmer. Millinery, fce. . Mm. H. M. Herndon, S. Whitlock, Mrs. M. E. Mann, J. P. Sawyerittrs K K Porter. Attorneys At Law. MiLoud & Moore, J. H. Merrimon, E. H. Mer rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger t Car ter, J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, W. 8. Cushman, Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W. W. Vandiver, vaviason et juarun, i . a. joues.s. n. teeu, vv . x. Gwvn. Locke Craisr. W. R. Whitson. Jones and Uardwivke, Johnston & Shuford, W. M. tcke, NaU Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone, v . H. j.usk, r. A. cummings, a. j. layman. Physicians and Surgeon. D. J. Cain, W. L. W. D. Hilliard, John Hey Williams. J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L. .Nelson, wardlaw Mcuia, it P. uatcneii. Dentists. G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, R. H. Reeves, A. ii. ware. Banks, Bankers and Brokers. Bank oi Asheville, Binder & Barnard Merchant Tailors. J.W.Bcnanfe. Dealers in Furs. M. Ellick. Meal Estate Agencies. Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Katt Atkinson, Aston, it. m. jones. Architect md Civil Engineers, S F Venable. J A Tennant, . Tobacco Warehouses. The Asheville Warehouse, The Btjner Ware., bouse, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware house, i iiuncomoe warenouse. Tnbacco Manufacturers Chewina and Smokino. 8. B.West,-McCarty & Hull, J. E. Ray, E. I. Holmes t Co., Shelton fc Perry , W. P. Williamson. Coopers. See. - L. F. Sorrell, N. W. Girdwood, William Wearer, - larl. Wines, Liquors, See. Loughran Bros., Hampton t Featherstone, W. U. Muiier, & uo., a. p. eorreu. Tailors. J, C. Brown St Co , Patton Avenue. Papers Hanqers. Cain Sc Hunt, Moore . Fitzpatrick. " Newspapers Daily and Weekly Citizen, Daily and Weekly . Advance, The Asheville Trib.une (weekly.) -- Job Offices. The Citizen Job OnlceHunt & Robertson. Photographers. Nat. W. Taylor, W. T. Robertson, T. T. Hill. Grist Mills, c . Jordan Sc Halliburton, JX. W. Girdwood, Jas. Jf. Bnttrick. McLane. . Fertilizers, See. - F. N. Waddell, "Star Brand." Penniman l- Co., Anchor Brand," G. M. Roberts,- Alex. Porter, - Piedmont," W.H. Penland, "Owl Brand," Bear den, Rankir. Se Co., "Oner Se Co.'s 8pecial," Lyon walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes, "Ar lington." W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," N. W. Girdwood Se Co., "Soluble Pacific" . Insurance. - E. J. Aston, Th os. W. Branch. - W. V. Telegraph. 8. G. Weldon, manager. . Southern and Adams Express. F. A. Stikeleather, manager, " Treasurer J. H. Courtney; Surveyor B. F. Patton; Tax Collector T. W. Patton.. Inferior Court. Justice 6. A. Shuford: Clerk Mont Patton; Solitf .iH.B. Carter. County Commissioners. -J.E. Rankin. J. A. Reagan G. W, Whitson, L. Childs, Thos. D. Brittam. - Justice of the Peace. A. T. Snmmey.N. A-Penland, T. W. Patton, C. Way, J. M. Ledford, J. M. Jarratt, J. B. Cain. City Government. ' Mayor E. J. Aston; Aldermen W. T. Reynolds, . Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F.. Scott, I. H. Gorenlio, N. W. Girdwood and J. L. Murray. Policemen F N- Waddell, Chief; W. G. McDowell. J. H. Hamp ton, Zeb Baird and T F Hunter. , ; Fire Department. Hose K. 1, oreman H. C. Fagg; H. Se L. No. 1, CapUF A. H ; Sanitary Department. , Dr.DTMillard, Sanitary Chief. : . Federal Officers .. . - 0, 8. Commissioner, A. T. Summey. DepBty Collector, (stamp office) A. D. Cooper. District Ttonntv 8. C. Herren. Deouty Marshalls, R. O. Patterson, A. C. Patterson, T. K. Davis, H. S. Har- XiBB United State District and Circuit Courts. Judge R.-T. Dick, Solicitor J. E. Boyd, Clerk J, E. Reed, Deputy Clerk p. A. Cummings. - . Fast Oir.ce. ' H. L. Gudger P. M., Clerks C. BiTccre, W. L. Kormon, C. L. Cliff. -.. - Sewing Machine Agencies. :.. : ntirhWA wilfon. J. It. npTiire.-fhJef Clerk Visa Bessie Jurtice. Singer, M. H. Morynihan, 3iief Clerk Y. Mont-atb. l'orrestlf, e. K. cceu Wter t-8on,Cbas E 1 ee. ' fmtv Hoard of Fdvrtftiim. A. T. Pnroniey, J H terns and B G t.ndger. First Jtfulu ii tii ( -tut I rtj n. ffiln.rt-r; - DAILY EDITION. INTERESTIKG HEADING. M ALTER ON THE FOURTH PAGE. Arrival and Departure of th Train. Salisbubt Mail train arrives 9:29 a. at. i ; . .'..- " Departs 62 p. x. . " " Day train amvea at 2;Ui- K. " ' departs at 10:80 A. s ' Tennessee Arrives 57 p. x. - .. . , . Departs 9:4? aac ; Watsesvtixk Arrives 4:89 p. x. " DeDaits'9:39 A. x. , : The Waynesville train reaches that point at 11 UK) : returning, eaves w aynesvme at i Jta. : the ail,y: citizert : Will be published every Morging (ex cept Monday) at the following ratea -strictly caxh ; . y . . ' :-,; 'y . One Tear, - . . .- : ' f 00 Six Months, " . , . " . ---. " 3 00 Three . ". ... W 1 50 One Week, .. - . . V . . . 15 Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev ery Morning in every part of the city to our eubscriberfi, and parties -wonting it will pleaBe rali at the citizen OUire. W. T. Weaver, Sole Agent for Hess' Hand-Made Shoes for men. - tf ; Send your Job Wort of all kinds to the Citizen Office, if you uunl it tlotte neatly. cheaply and witi dispatch. The Daily Citizen ' ' Gives the only telegraphic dispatches rp--eived. Go See Whitlock's New Goods. Warranted Shoes from the following well known markets: Ziegler Bros, J A Banister Packard and Grovcr, Thomas Stoklty and Merriam and Tyler. Lovo priced Boots and Shoes, Ridbers, &c. - . 11. REDWOOD & CO. t25 One Price Store. Nice Carpets at McMullen's. Elegant Parlor Suits at McMul len's. The best line of Chairs, and the most comfortable, are at McMullen b, H. H. Lyons goes North to-mor row afternoon to buy his fall stock and then will go bouth for several months for nis health. Mrl Jordan Stone. Secretary of the Association, had the misfortune, a serious one for him, of losing his family horse. It was taken sick at the i air Grounds Friday evening, and died yesterday morning. . The auctioneers of the premium tobacco sold at the Fair Grounds ast Friday were J. B. Crenshaw and J. T. Barnett, commission merchants. of Lynchburg, va. We are glad to welcome these gentlemen to our boards. We are pleased to meet in our city Mr. Toy, of Atlanta, Ga., who visits this section in the interest of the Estey Organ Company. The Estey organ is a very popular one hereabouts, very many being in use. Mr. Hiram Rogers informs us that Mr. Erastus ""Ferguson, Mr. B. F, Clark, Messrs. John Justice and James Ledford, on Fines' Creek, have some of the finest tobacco this season he ever saw. Also Mr. Silas Green of the same locality. We like always to notice the thrift and industry of our colored citizens. We notice with much pleasure the sale by J. R.Davis of Jackson coun ty, of a horse raised by himself for which he obtained $210.00, bought on the Fair grounds last Friday, J. K. Davis is a colored man, and three vears ago took the writer and J udge Shepherd from Webster to Frank lin, and his intelligence and courtesy won upon both oi us. Chief Marshall Corpening, with his corps of excellent and attentive assistants, won the admiration and thanks of all concerned for their very constant, and prompt services during the Fair. Everything moved alone as smoothly as clock work. " The superintendents of departments, and Judges, all did their work faithfully and well, greatly to the assistance of the association and the success of the Fair. Their labors were delicate and onerous, owing to the very large and superiority of all the exhibits, but.they performed them well, and impartially, and we trust, satisfac torily to every one concerned. Mr. Feank Eeynolds. This gentleman gave na a pleasant call yesttnlav. He carries on a very exten sive tanneiy at Ayr Post Office, Ruther ford county, and his goods "command reaily sa.e.'on account of their superior qualities. He i-urchases hides through out this and adjoining ,States.-and only buys such as are perfect in . all respects: and his tanning is always excellent.- He has a lart:e trade in this feectien, ana deserves it. - I herewith bee to call your attention to my . weil, assorted stock of Fancy China and Bohemian Glassware in all colors. Earthen and Stoneware, Japanese and Chinese wares in great variety. Silver ware, X able I utlery and 1 rays. I am offering extra inducements in price till Nov. ist, in order to reduce stock. . - J. H. Law, '-. ' Opposite Eagle Hotel. A large and carefully selected stock of dmhwa, jjrq (Joods, Hancv uoods, flats, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, &c, at fixed and reasonable prices. . 25 - . KEVIYVUV & CO. Be sure iind call Tit 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 bhades, tney should not 'fail to calL at McMullen's He has the best and cheapest Goods -v . 1" IOWI1 GllEAT TOUJICCO Jttvard of Premiums. ' The following is the awaid made by the Judges, of the premiums on the tobacco sold Friday at the Fair Ground : Best mahogany wrappers, - Farm ers Warehouse, j0 M Parris, $45. , : Second best "do, Farmers . ware house, J C Clubb $20. . Best lemon wrappers, Buncombe warehouse, Rogers and Fore, $45. Second best do, Asheville ware-j house. Ben Anderson, $20. ' Best smokers, Farmers' wh; C . B Clubb, $30. " - Best Cutters, Asheville Warehouse Ben. Anderson; $30.00, -"2d; Best "Cutter,- Farmers Ware5- house, J. Gilliam, 15.00, Best Fillers. Asheville Warehouse, John Holcombe 30.00. 2d. Best Fillers, Asheville are house, John Holcombe. 15.00. Best display Manf.d Tocaccolor W. N. Carolina, McCarty & Hull, 25.00. Best display !bmoking lobacco. W. N. C E. I. Holmes & Cox 25.00. For best tobacco from Swain, by J. P. Sawyer, Buncombe Ware house, to W. A. King; $10 00. Best tobacco from Jackson, by J. P. Sawyer, Asheville Warehouse, to W. L. Dewitt,$10 0a . Best display from Yancey, by Bearden, Rankin & Co., Banner warehouse, to W. E.Wilson. 10 00. Best do do by J. L. Wilkie.to W. E. Wilson, $ i 00. Best from . Madison, by W H Brown, Buncombe warehouse, to.G W Gehagan, $5 00. Best fancy wrappers, by Powell & bnider.Jbarmers warehouse, to men ols and Haynev, $10. By H Redwood & Co, Buncombe warehouse, to G W Gehagan, $5 00 Jy Alexander Sc Penland, Farm ers' warehouse, to Mrs Bettie Nich ols, Gentleman's Saddle, By Messrs R R Porter, R S Crump, and Murray te Harkins, Asheville warehouse, to J Johnson, $10 00. By Penniman & Co, best tobacco trom Yancey, 1 Lotta sq. top stove. By Penniman & Co, best tobacco Irom Madi3on, Asheville warehouse, to J A Bradley, 1 step stove. ' By W. B. Tjwyn, Buncombe ifiiieuoube, to j. 2. .mcnois 90. tr. i x n XT- i i - 1. Clemmons, Fanners Ware house, to Nichols and Hayney, $5. Bank of Asheville, to E. Y; Tip ton, vztj,. 'U.;:... C. M. McLoud, Asheville Ware house, for best display ' from Green County Tenn., to Thomas Parkins, W. M. Cocke Jr., Buncombe ware house, best display from Cocke Co., Tenn.. to J. A. Justice, $50. ' By VanGilder and Brown. Bun combe wh, to J Seay, 1 Thomas Harrow. By H Whitlock, Farmers' wh. to Mrs Bettie Nichols, 1 ladies' cloak. By W T Reynolds, Farmers' wh, to Nichols and Hayney $25. - x5y Dt J 11 Burroughs, Buncombe wh, to C A Nichols, $5. By Hon lhos D Johnston, Farm ers' wh to. J A Carter, $25. By .Loughran & Bro. Farmers, to J C Clubb, 10.00. J M Smith and A G Hallvburton, Buncombe W. H., to W M McCurry. By o ilammershlag, Farmers W. H., first premiun to Mrs Nancy Sprouse, the second, through Ashe' ville W. JH., to Mrs Sallie Parker. Jjy lardwicke& Welles, Farme-TS warehouse, first premium to E. Y. Tipton, second to T-LGilliam. -By "McCarty & Hull, Asheville warehouse, second premium-to W. M. Conley, of Swain. IJNote: Owing to the lateness of tho hour, the complete award, in proper shape, could not be given. Some additions will be made to the notes we obtained in special pre mium 'department, when we will present it. fully, and more intpllr gibly. . .- v Worthy of Exhibit. Our friend Idibarbe was in cha1gel of the Ladies' department at , the Fair. Of course, he thought every body who entered the hall with any thing in their arms, had something to exhibit. The little nurse ; of Mr. Satterthwaite, nee Miss Hester Smathers walked in with a very precious arratui, - neatly wrapped with beautitut embroidery, &c. Aire. Liabarbe spied something !ieciuily I hne for exhibition. lie approached the little girl, and holding out his nanus to receive .the package, ask ed: "this is Komethirtg to exhibii?" The girl held on , to her jiacknge, with a look of astonishment, which troubled the attentive officer, and lie again put the question, with : a movement to take it. "About that time a sweet little voice was heard beneath the folds, and the truth pre sented itself. It was Mrs. Satterth waite's - little baby. Mr. - Labarbe beat a hasty retreat. The baibjr was worthy of exhibition, ..but was not sent for that purposeT Scarfs, Ties, Underwear, Collars and Cuffs, Hosiery, Dress Trim mings. Kid Gloves, Jersey Gloves, &e. 25 . BED WO OD & CO. t Silks, Satins, Velvets, French Dress Goods in plain, plaid,t1gured, and striped? Fine Flannels, Tweeds, Repellents, &c Prints, Ginghams, ' Percales. Lindseys, &c. ' Gm meres, Cloakings, &c. lable Linen, ATo; kins. Towels, Sheetings, Curtain Materials, Blankets, Com fortables, &c. 423 H. REDWOOD & CO. Handsome New Goods arriving at, MOST EVKEY DAY. . . t . H Redwood & Co , eodtf. Osb I'ricb Stoke, THE Honors to AVhom, Hoxok? are . : Vce. . ' ; -' ' -. No one will consider us invidious in saying thatpraise is specially due to acting President Fagg, Treusiirer Holmes,- Secretary, btoue, fcuperm tendent , Atkinson, . Vice-President Rollins. Cant Mclxmd of the exe cutive committee, for their specia and constant efforts, for the past sev eral weeks, in behalf of t'te Fair, Never :did men work more earnest ly, or constantly, under ,j.nore "ad verse circumstances we mignt aaci than they, and they have the con eolation of knowing they woked to good, to magnificent - resuiti" They deserve the - thanks of , the people, and of the Association they pirectly represented,;:; for their fintprAiand services. r' IForthe Asneviiw citoejj. A Rare Chance fck Asheville . Who will Respond? Editors ofjOitizen. We all value the efforts made by those interested in the Fair Association of Western Carolina, and appreciate the greai good they have done, and will do. in exhibiting the wonderful resour ces of this favored land. . There can be but one opinion of the display of farm products, it was perfectly niagmucent, and if it could be pre served, for such a length of time, as to allow the numerous visitors here in the coming winter to examine it, thev would surely form a Lvery fa vorable opinion of the capabilities of this section, i rom their nature. however, it would be impracticable to preserve the farm products, but an opportunity is offered to keep here a permanent display of woods and minerals, which it is hoped our town people, will not allow it tail. We see irom your issue or tnis morning that Mr. Poindexter's fine selection of woods will be located at our Club Room, and it is to be hoped, the members of that valued institution will see that it is enlarged from time to time. And welrre fur ther informed that Dr. C. D. smith proposes to place permanently on exhibition in Asheville, his very su perior collection of minerals. He has thought of confering this kind ness on Asheville for some time past, but lias been deterred by want of a suitable room. This difficulty is now removed and a location has been offered which Mr -Smith" ap'-r proves of, but he says it will require ten or twelve show cases to hold his collection, and surely we ought not' to require him to incur this expense for our benefit. Will you not Messr?. Editors propose that a small fund be contributed" for this pur poser rrooamy one nunarea or one hundred and fifty dollars will suffice. Give us your views on the subject of " Minerals. The Hotel on Battery Porter. . All the preliminary . papers re quired to be signed to secure the completion of the grand enterprise contemplated by Col. Frank Coxe were duly, ana we may say entnusi- astically approved and signed by the city authorities last night, and Col Coxe, by virtue 01 this pro- r.pp.dnifr. will enter unon the work jat onc as it is therein agreed that the hotel is to be completed within one year. lhe work of laying out drives, &c, &e., has already begun, as announced in the Citizen, and the architects are: busy completing the details of the grand building, and .as soon as they conclude, which will be but a few days, work will be begun in earnest. We again congratulate our community, and all concerned, upon this most important undertaking in' our city, It is but the beginning of a large amount of work m pur city and section. The Citizen will be able soon to make some more very im portant announcements, of very valuable improvements to be made in and near this city- Now is 'the time for capital and energy to com bine, and give our sect.on a uoom which will shove our car of pro gress rapidly up the Jiill of a -permanent and lasting prosperi ty ' -" Continue p. Frost. - Three mornings in succession, there has fallen & white frost. The whitest ever known at this 'season. Nbw Enterprise, . - - - Making Tiur ciry the leading business J spot of North Caroliuai Col Wui. Chad worlh. the proprietor of. Now 3 Main St., hac arranged to open a fine auction house and under selling -every body regard lees' of cost or profits. : . - J oct 25-1 wk ' ; : : Ladus' Cloaks, Russian Circulars, JVVi(- markets. Visiles, Plush tSarques, Walking Jackets, Shaw4, Boulevards, . - 12a . rll. KEUWJJUV V C'U. Cashmeres in all grades and all colors and black, at , . WsnxocK's. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.. t nt; R4T.K ' - P . - - On aoeoant of detsartdre. for $275, usual price $375, a new Mathacteck Piano (only four moutiis irom weioryj. appij w . . Mbs, CHAS. E. FKNNER, oct 22-3t " Grove street. T-OTICK. " . -;'. Notice is hereby given to all persons havingclaims against the estate of the late David M. Dnckett, to exhibit the same to the undersigned or to his attor neys, McLoud & Moore, Asheville, N. C, on or before the 20th dav of Oct. 18S6. J no. T. Wells, " Administrator of 1). M- Dnckett, Dec'ih 1 Oct20w-0w - ; Not Forgotten. Editors somotimej have an oasis thrown across the , desert of their pathway. This week, some of our friends who exhibited'- superb pro ducts, have remembered us, and or their act we are truly grateful. .' Mr. A. B. Fortune left at our office some superb corn and Jlarge pumpkins; Mr. Pleas Israel some superior s weet potatoes, which would have done credit to Edgecombe; Mr. J. C.Curtis some premium corn. We intend to distribute the corn and jpumpkin seed amqng farmers, thus endeavor ing to do good to others as we have bad good done to us. Mr. J A. May. the popular nurseryman at Pigeon a n atZ- that ne plus ultra of all grapes, the Niaaara. remembered us with some Of these delicious grapes. We were - ' - - - - sneciallv nleascd tn hsive. m.niA nf th donors accompanv their irifts with the declaration, "this is done in appreciation 01 me constant and ' " 1 r i) , . , A m . r. . attract attention to and build up Western North Carolina." We-sin- cerely thank our Jfriends for . their presents and their kindly senti- men IS. . A Dastardly Outrage. "'t, " Ui , coming discouraged at their desertion by - fc 7 V' . " 7 v Friday night, about 11 o'clock, their champion they finally retreated, J"?-. Geat terest was mani lile Mr.. A. P. Boland.'who has leaving their contestants masters of the festea Jn the proceedings of the syn- while had charce of some- horses for the Fair, was coin" from the citv to the Grounds, when near the depot, was violently struck by some person with a stick, or club. He saw two men standing in the road just be- yond the bridge on Depot street, and as ne reacned wnere they stood, re- ceived the heavv blow on his risrht f "ril VI ZL Ihul ",3 temple. He was badly stunned.!.,.. , nnHVlrr, inf u 1,ffrv, f u;l bugev. His horse took , fright and ran with great speed, overturning t.h Inv-nr fK nn f no hnraa '"'HI'v i WV HIV WVtVUl X'A. UXO the butre-vnfiar the nnnt. thp hnrs also falling, throwinir Mr. B. out. and rendering him senseles for some time. Finally policemen assisted him up, and also his horse, and accompanied both to the Fair Grounds. Mr. B-was much better ast evening, and, . fortunately, the horse was not hurt at all. The buggy was.senously damaged. Mr. B.is entirely at a, loss to account for the attack, and attributes it to a purffbse jOfliigh way jobbery Lost. A gold headed cane, last Friday, on the J? air Grounds. A suitable reward will be paid for its return ta J. A. Burroughs, M. D. Handsome Dress Suits, Cheviot Business Su'Us, Cassimere Suits in blue, gray and hrnum V,M7i' Rmta' Vi,'W-...- .C,,' Overcoats in all sizes from small chxldrens to larae men's. The greater- part of our large stock is in good qualittes, ranging in ...'. (.'y0 f-mtvM i aCo; m...:s ' I """'"- . - 11. k fr.ii ivfifiii i 23 One Price Store. or SLE OR RENT. A most desirable residence: also, for sale, sev- erH 1 Dnuaing lots, au on Haywood street, Nortnitne JJireotorti n reiimvmz Dr. Woodrow Ptld nf trr ffrttr lnnui ra rsn frta naMiuaa 1 r;.r; ' .v..., 1 J u X v ' . i FALL AND WINTER! o 1 c James P. Sawyer Has just received the largest .and I TP W I iVI Consisting ol rnnce Alberts, .Nor folk Jackets, Chesterfield, Cut away and Sack Suits, for Men, Youths and Boys, ever brought to this market. His stock of cyns kcoats is larger and cheaper than ever be- , fore. -. DRLSSGOODS from 10c a yai.d up. ' BOOTS, SHOES & HATS - . ; I by the Car load; all sorts and- sizes f . at prices as low as the lowest. Sugar Salt and Domestic in any. quantity j'ou waut-' - Coffee, Rncon and lmI - lower than ever before. . Carpels, BlankUs and Rugs A full.-assortment "all wool and a . yard wide. " . Wholesale and Retail Kerosene and White Oil by the car : ; . load. !'r:i--l. is the' place- to buy, "And Don't ; You Forget it." ; . Public Square, Ashevillev No. Ca. J. E. RAXK.1N . . v 0. C. WADDELL LAWRENCE. PfLLIAJI. , IXSVKE VOIR PROPERTY IX. Pulliam I Co's Agency. None But First Class "Companies Represented. Oflice in Bank of Asheville. ot-t 6-dlmo TELEGRAPHIC. ASSOCIATEn PRESS TELEGRAMS -SPE- '; ; CIAL TO CITIZEN. - THE M'RQUIS OFLORNE And his Aspirations all Tatter- :l , ': t e and Torn. iLIrely Old Timer, in Merry i : Old England.. Lonpos, Oct. 24. It is iiQw evident that the parliamen-l tary catnp4ij;ii will not pass off without serious rlotinif in many quarters as nartv j - leeung wniin a i reaiy : runs nigd, daily ttW8 - more ' Utter. 1 The Marouis rl eiit down US lSr. Tles weet P1 8peecu. nueauareegmg I . . 1, m ... mo 6sauiieu mm wiui rotten eggs aid some of them gaining the platform smashed his hat over bis teal. The euPPorters of the MarquU rushed to his I 1 ii . , n.t , , i coue, mm h ulmh. ensueu. Aiie uouiei It 1 ' , ., ,. . . ed that he has departed from the scene, ran throuKh the streets in 4 drenching rain to the railway station and immedi ately departed for London. Meanwhile I the row Continued. th siinnnrtom nfthe V J- t Marquis uemg severely handled and be- field. The latter then seized the plat- rorm and P88 resolutions cpndeming Lre po icy ! oerau. vvnen the 1 rT,, "lf1 wh en ho nut forward in his address advanced radical omni.ns. surorise waa eatl increased He adopted Mt 7.. . F. 4. Chamberlain's programme for eduction, advocated immediate disestablishment I . .1 Bcollan ' cnampionea tne pnn- Un,1,T"r'-,r!e,,r to the encouragement of the subdivision 10 lne encouragement of lund' suggested that sales of large es tates en hljc should-be Bubjecttoa heavy tax, while sales of land to be divided i n to 6maller lots should be left duty free As to the House ofLords, he hardly went so far as Hampetead radicals - desired being of opinion that that venerable in stitution might be amended by infu sion of elected members. He Jfavored I the extension of Lical self government to Ireland. THE SOUTH CAROLINA SYXOD. Or. Woodrow'ii Removal from the Thcolosical ' Seminary ondemned. Charleston S. C Oct. 24th. In the Presbyterian Syncnl, of Ch ester yesterday, a letter was submitted trom Df- Woodrow. protesting against his re moval from the Perkins Profesgionship at the-Theo .wrica Sem nrv an "un n- . - - B " 11 was reierreu u ine aem- mary committee who late at night, sud mitted majority and minority reports, the former disapproving of the action of rv..,- ;i..i 1..... .. ..s..j. .....1 Lfuunbo n as uumucii law ia i 1 1, .uu the majority reii-irtin favor of Dr Wood row wan adoptel. Jflooiisliittera Jtlurder n V. Jflamhafl In Georgia. Macon, Ga., Oct. '24 A report reached litre last night of the killing of -William Wall. U.S. Deputy Muihal, and Win. Clt'iii en8 nea Lumberton citv, Friday morning. The part' -was looking formoonshiners and were piloted by a negro who was also shot but not fatally. The assailants were am bushed. Scene of murder is far removed from a telegraph . office and particulars have not yet bt-en received. New York Stock Market. Nkw York, Oct. 24. The prices a -tho stock exchange this morning showed, last evening's - closing figures except M- K. and T., Jersey Cen tral L and N," and Texas and Pacific, which were unchanged, and Union Pa- fi which was lower. After opening there was some feverish ne68. but the market soon became strong and advances of to 1 percent generally followedEne leading, but Lake Shore advanced . Among inactive t-tocks Denver and Eio Grande advanced' 1J and Norfolk and Western preferred I per cent. Towards 11 o'clock the market twame heavy and slight dt dines were made. Reading has been heavy since first few minutes. At 11 o'clock the. market is active and heavy. Total sales fiist honr 136,000 shares. , -; . Baltimore Jtlarket, Baltimore, October 24. , Flour dull and steady .-wheat, Southern, quiet and steady, Western dull and easy. Southern red 929G, Amber f 1.002.00 Western winter red spot 90,100. Corn Southern dull, western dull, and nomi nal Southern white 5460. ; Yellow 53 4.' .. " ... - The Total Suppljr of Cotton. . i New York, Oct. 24th. , Total visible supply of Cotton for the world 1.096,085, which 4,407,183 iaameri- can, against 1.873.850 and 1,347,300 Re spectively last yaar. Receipts all inte rior towns 178,737 : receipts from planta lions 303,754. Crop in sight 1 ,317,672. ' A choice lot of Stylish Hats, at prices be low those usually charged for tie same grades tl'- -11. KEVnVVD CO, odidatefor flajnpstead, and on this point the vote stood snlfOHl "a "town Mveffi cnotr,;r d.' 1 ri: of London, to deliver a ram-1 . - . . . . r . ' ' 1 not snstAinintT if nno vt,n EVOLCTIOS I THE TIROIIA SYXOD. TRIAL OF DR. IUMsrvu COMPLAINT AGAIXST THE ABIGDOX PRESRY ' TERY. ' THE PRESBTTEBT BINTAIXED. . . Lynchburg, Va., Oct. 24. . In the Virginia Syiiod last nisht I the complaint of Rev. T. P. Ram.':iy against the - Abingdon Presbytery i was aeciaed. The first specification was that -'the Presbytery had done I vw-pjamain personal wrong" . jn of cond emninsr-him wifW n in.ii ami sixteen. On the charge that Mthe action 01 the Presbytery m con- 1 a . n . 1 -w- . demnmg Ramsey's view that Dr Woodrow's theorv of evnlntinn ia I w w 0,i,-, r . 1. 'i.vuuoun;wiv Ul SUTl UlUTeS Wa3 , . ? fbi;1 to tne cuurcn' tnree members voted to 8Ustain the complaint, three to sus- tain it in part, and 137 not to sus- fn in if of oil . . . AW Mb Ul I. Mr. Ramsev was defeated on all oa by a11 denominations of chns uans. 1 ne doctrine of evolution never naving been accepted or preached in this State before the whole session has been taken with hl? triaL Mr- "sey, after hia defeat, arose and in a voice trem bling with emotion announced that L..x but two courses of proceedure seem- ed open to him: first, to renounca the jurisdiction of the Southern Presbyterian Church, or, second, to . , , ' ' oc,v'uuu - ' appeal to the general assembly. Th e Synod decided on Richmond, ' Va., as the place to hold the next annual session. Foratier's JtlaJorUy. Columbus, Oct 24. Foraker's official majority in Ohio is 16,329. Leonard's vote was 28,034, and the total vote was"-728,-S30. ........ - Mayor Long and hia Railroad Case in Xew Tork. Mr. Benjamin F. Txing, of Statcs ville, N. C, Receiver of the West ern Division -of the .Western North Carolina Railroad Company, ap pointed by the bupenor Court of McDowell county, N. C, in a. suit by Mark Young and others, stock holders and creditors of the compa ny, and Col. Michael L. Woodd, of Washington, V. (J..- counsel for the stockholders and creditors, have been engaged since Wednesday last in taking testimony in the suit be fore Daniel E. Delavan, attorney at law and commissioner, in the Equi table buikLng. ' Thev have examined William II. Guion, Sr., William II. Guion, Jr., Herman R. Boltzer, Alfred Lichten- stein, bankers; James M. Donald, cashier of the Hanover National - Bank, and T. B. Coddingtoh, the - metal iniiMirtcr. The . object of the tiuit is to recovtr the value of nine, ty four bonds of $1000 each of the Florida Central Railroad Company, and 4,370 - hares of the capital stock of the company, besides other as sets. Mr. Long, as receiver, has a . suit pending in the Superior Court of Iredell county, N: G, against the present Western Worth Uaiolina it. R. Company, Wil lam P. Clyde, of this city, A. S. Buford, of Richmond, Va.. I . M. Ijoiraa. and otbers, in which he is seeking to recover $50,- 000 paid to the late Western North Carolina Railroad Company by the attorneys of what were known as the '"Dutch bondholders," in a re cent suit with respect to the Flori da Central . and other railroads in Florida: also the value of the right of way and road bed of the West ern Division Company, from Ashe ville, N. C, to Paint Ruck, and from Asheville "to Ducktown, valued at more than $400,000. which, it is al leged the Western North Carolina Railroad Company has use a with out making compensation therefor.; The Western North Carola -Kail- road, it is well known, is 4 part of the Richmond & Danville system. In the latter the defendants, Clyde, Buiord and Logan, being non resi-i -. dents of North Carolina, recently sought to remove the case, so far as they are concerned, to the Federal Court, but upon a motion by the, phiintifT before Judge Dick, of the . Western District of North Carolina, the case was remanded to the State . court, Judge Dick J at the . time de livering an opinion, which was pub- -lished in the hedernl Reporter in August '. - -. . - - The interesrin these suits is in creased by the fact that it is an ef-. fort to recover what is left of the proceeds of over $6,000,000 of tho special tax bonds of the State of North Carolina , which, it is alleged,, were fraudulently obtained and dis posed of by the late Geo. W. Swen- -son. The main suit has already been to the Supreme Court of North Carol ina th ree times. New 1 or k Herald 12th. : The handsomest line of Gents Scarfs and Ties, the Puritan and Genesta the leaders, at , Whitlock's 2 for for T'C.