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CITIZEN JOB OFFICE,
WEST SIDE 'PUBLIC :HQVAtK..
.EDITORS . : I-nOPEIZTCr.
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4 ASHEVIIiLE; N. C. FRIDAY
NING MAYM 1885. V v ; -PRICE: 5 CENTS
J&Wor of alljkind done will . ;
' j ' -r fromp'tnesrand at ?Zv? price: '
-? 4.D VRTImCL "KATES LL O fV. ;
V, v r i-:, ;? .-'. "
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'-,i-.- f jr ?. - ;-t c i .
- : 'P 'A V V il il I fc?. I m BILL IIEADST; V ' ' : ?
'-'aiiera JCrcrti-JFuteioSri Setoff T
1 & R Graham it Co.. BM. Che es t & Bon, J. T,
- Hrevaai & Co., il. 0. Howe I, h. K mmershlag,
. !. K- H. RwhutKKl 4 Co J. P. fctCT. Q. A'
. Mean, A. H. lope & Son, BeardeO.lUnkia t Co.,
. n. orowui . a. nuwr u ....
! f f Grrden and fteUt Setda. -
' Pnwit Sniilar. IL-rf I.vfens. A. J. MerrOl. H.
Redwood C- Co., J.-Oi- Eo n ell, J. P. Sawyer, Bear-
. den. RaiiklnCo., ut'ii. .voucure. . -
T . brain, May and flottr.' ;
- J. K. Starnw, Powell 4 SnkJer, Alexandpr and
Penland. ' t i ' '" . - , -
; -1: jenninutB & Co.i VanGilder & Prowrj. J!?"
' far. TTmuvJurnighitul. and Tinware, r
: Ballard Bro., Brown & Beait&n, Lindsay, Bro
." ' , . - CloUting, Gentf turnukivg, &c, -. . ;,"
. itimHi -p. RawTftr ir Lew. Charles -B Ie,,S
"WhUlock. : .- . . '- M
" - Boots, Shoes, and Uaii. -"'TT7
; ; W, T. Weaver, It. ILery. ; V - r ' '
i-tp. Soot and Shoe Xatkty'ictr0lL - -'.';
vZ Mi'tevy, W. T. Weaver, A.eek-J' ' ; ,
" . " -Sooli and Stationery. -
J. L. WUklej - K. Morgan & Co., H., T, Brt
brook, IX H. Lyons. - , ; , , :
v i Jrvggitt and PharwiactntiMU. :
- H. H. Lyons, rT. C. Cannlchael, C, W. DeVanlt
jb v n. H. Moncure. W. E. Pelhara. .
- Sender. - '
-'; C. Cowan, Steffuerand Eobertson.
- .. , .. IbmUa Orocerie. . :
- Powell andnlder, S. R. Kepler, A.R. Cooley,
Penley & Or.. T. F. Stames, G. W. UolakeA. J.
; Merrifi, J'E. Ware, Ware and Howell, A. C. Davis,
James Franks, J.J. Mackey & Co Jesse K. Starnes,
G. L. McDonald, W. L. Morgan, F. M. Johnson, R.
B Noland & 8ons,T. W. Shelton, J. R. Trull, G. H.
" Starnes, N. Penland, Penland & Alexander. ,
Butchers, Meat DeaUrt, &c. :
Zachery Bros., James Lusk, T. K. Davis, Mc
Connell and Drake. . - ,
Bakeries. - .
J. J. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J.C, Oliver,
J. Desmond, (factor), J. M Hcston. .
Saddlery, Uumem, c
S. M. Gilbert Co., Alexander and Penland.
. Furniture, &c.
W. B. WilHamson' Moore & Folk, P. S. ilo
Mullen. , , .
: Undertaken. . - . ?
X. Brand, J. V. Brown; John Clayton
S. f! Venable, D. S. Wat' on, nill. and Atkins
K. W. Gird wood Co. ; - A - ,
Lumber Stealer! '
Cbnlractort, Carpen!er, and BuUdert.
I. Gorenflo, John Hart, J. A. Wer, T.
Westall. E. J. Armstrong, J.
r.. uum, i .
Clayton, A. G. West.
D. W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. ,
Ilotcb. ; ;
Swannania; Eagle, Grand. Central. Western;
Carolina Houe, Siagle House, The VUla, Florida
A. T. Snmmcy, P. S. McMullen, Miss Bettie
Brown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. HaUrP.F. Emer
son. Miss Smith. T. W. Kteel, Mrs. A.-B. Chunn,
Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. Mrs.
L. Baird, W. W. McDowell, James W.Patton, Mis.
Leicester Chapman, H. C. Hunt, E. J. Aston.-Mrs,
H. C. trance. . . . .
Livery. Sale and Feed Stables.
ttAvnotdst- Chambers. J. M. Bay, W. A. Wed
din. James Sevier, C. O. Allen. T. H.StanslU
-Win. Cox, E. W. Herndon, S. H. Barnard, G. W.
Morgan & Co., E. T. Clemmons, Jesse R. Starnes.
, Colleges, Schools, tc. , ; ' .
Asheville Female College, Asheville Male
Academy, Newton Academy, Miss Goodloe's High
School for young ladies, Miss tawyer's Primary
School, Mrs. J. P. Gammon's Primar School,
three white public schools, two aood colored
' schools. A graded school has been authorized by
: law, and a Slate rrormal school w 111 fc hew evry
Mrs. H. M. Herndon, B. Whitlock, MrS. SL E.
Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs RR Porter. ,
Attorneys At Law. ' -
MsLoud & Moore, J. H. Merrlmon, E. H. Mer
rlmon. M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger fc Car-
' ter. J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, w. . uusnman,
Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W. W. Vandiver,
TlaiHrlann Jtr Murtin. T. A. JOTlfiS.S. H. Reed. W. B.
Gwyn, Locke Craig, W. R. Whitson, Jones and
Hard wicke, Johnston 6c Shulora, w. m. jocce,
Natt Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone,
V. S. Lnsk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman.
' Physician and Surgeon. ' '
J D. J. Cain, W. L. t W. D. Hilliard, John Hey
Williams, J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L.
. Nelson, Wardlaw McGilli H. P. Gatchell.
G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, B." H. Reeves, A.
B. Ware. v
Banks, Bankers and Broters. ,
Bank of Asheville, Sluder 4c Barnai (.
Merchant Tailors. t
j.W.Schartlo. ; '
. Dealers in Furs. ,
-'..- ' Seal Estate Agencies.
Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Natt Atkinson,
KJ. Aston, B. M. Jones. . ;
. " Architect and Civil Engineers, ' -SF
Venable. J ATennant,
- The Asheville Warehoust, The Banner Ware
house, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware
house, The Buncombe Warehouse.
Tobacco ilanujadurers Chexcing and Smoking.
8. B.West,McCarty & Hull, J. E. Ray, E. L
Holmes fr C., Shelton & Perry, W P. WUUamson.
' . . " Coopers, &c
L. F. Sorrell, N. W. Girdwood, William Weaver,
Hart. . ; -,. .
Wines, Liquor,' JcCj .
I Loughran Bros- Hampton Jc Featherstone, W.
O. Muller,fcCo., A. P. Sorrell. . ...
- Papers Sanger. '
. ain & Hunt, Moore & Falk, R. L. Fitzpatrick.
Daily and Weeklt Citizen, Daily and Weekly
Advance, The Asheville Tribune (weekly.)
- - Jot OMee. '
The Citizen Job Office, Hunt Robertson.
! Photoaraoher. - ' '
' Nat. W. Taylor, W. T. Robertson, T. T. HilL
Orist SMlt, &c. " '
Jordan t Hallyburton, N. W. Girdwood, Jas. E.
F. N. Waddell, "Star Brand." Pennlman A Co.,
"Anchor Brand," G.- M. Roberts, Alex. Porter,
"Piedmont," W. K. l-enland, "Owl Bracd," Bear
den, Rankir. Co., "Ober 4 Co.'i Special," Lyon
A Walker, "Fanner's Friend," T. C. Starnes,
lineton " W, W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," !
Girdwood & Co-Soluble Pacific"
. ' . - '. Insurance.
E. J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch.
.B'. U. TeUgraph. '.-., '
S. G. Weldon.Tnanager. . ....
. Southern and Adam Expres.
- F. A. Stikeleather, manager.
- Civil Officer of Buncombe County. -SheriiFJ.
R. Rich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; 8.
C Clerk E. W. Herndon; Register J. R. Patterson;
Treasurer J. H. Courtner, Surveyor B. F. Patton;
Tax Collector T. W. Patton.
- - ' " Inferior Court
Justices G. A. Shuford, C. B. Way, J. M Green;
Clerk Mont Patton; Solicitor H, B. Carter.
J. E. Rankin, J. A. Reagan, G. W. Whitson, I1
L. Childs, Thoa. D. Brittauu
- " ' Justice of the Peace:
A. T. Sumraey, N. A. Penland, T. W. Patton, C.
B, Way, J, M. Ledford, J. M. Jarratt, J. B. Cain. ;
v -.'"'. " City Government.
Mayor E. .Iv Astoir, Aldermen W.-H. Penland,.
T.C- Westall, A. P. Sorrell, I. Gorenflo, William
Weaver, Marshall A H. Baird; Chief Police W. G.
McDowell; Policemen J.- H. Hartpton, R. W.
Gowan. r- ' i - - .
- Fire Department.
'-- Hose K.I.- Foreman H. C. Fagg; H. L, No. 1,
CapUA.F Hull. ' . - ';; ?
" . . -. - Sanitary DepdrttKenf. ' f i:
" Dr. DT Millard, Sanitary Chiefs ., ; '-i ; ?
- ' ' Federal Officer. ; ': "
V. S. Commissioner, A. T. Summey. Deputy
Collector, (stamp office) A. D.- Cooper. District
Deputy 8. C. Herren. Deputy Marsha'.ls, R. O.
Patterson, A. C. Patterson, T. K. Davis, H. 8. Har-
kiliS' United State District and Circuit Courts. :
Jude R. T. Dick, Solicitor J. E. Boyd, Clerk J.
1 E. P.eed, Deputy Clerk P. A. Cnmmiugs.
' . . ' ' To Office. - t
II. L. Gudger P. M Clerk W. B. Moore, W. L.
Korman, A. L. CMS. ; .: . :
,. Sewing Machine Agenda ..,--,-
WhehlerAWilfon, J. H. Herring, Chief Clerk
V!s Jessie Ju.-tice. Singer,- M. H. Morjnihan,
Chii;f Clerk W. Monteath. Domestic, S. R. Ched
ester tr toon , Cha Ji Lee. :.: '
r, rFT cre mav be errois in the above, which
will beV.uii com-clca ii-on n'ti:i tion. .
INTERESTING JlOCAXS (
; BixissrET Axhves 8:50 t. K. --.;t
v ; Departa 5:31 r.M.
; Tennesees Amvea 6:21 p. m-
r-s " v. - Departs 9:14 a. k.
' WAjKE8Yrui---AHiye r..--,.t.
" . : JlteiMtfW 9:12 a. k.
yThi W&ynesvilletra' reaches tLat point at
renirning, leavea way eavia at Saa
"The Nbest 5 cent CSgar In jwri at Ly
-WT. Weaver. Sola Affent for Hess'
rHana-Jaaae &ucgTo men it ti
WEATHER RE1IIT 7TH.
Thermometer Jlin.' 54; Kiix. 69
Barometer SQ2 ata r.
Rain Fall .43tJ(Th. v -H ' !
THE DAILY ciri2Er; ,
"WIET d patjiisbetryer jr'tvanfaig (ex
cept Sunday at the folloVing rates -
One Year, ,i . . . . .; - . C 00
Six Months, . .. . - . ' . , . 3 00
Three " : . -:. i .. . 1 50
One- " . . . . 50
One Week, . . . . . 15
Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev
ery evening in every part of the city to
our subscribers, and parties wanting it
win please can at tne citizen umce.
JStafWe shall issue an early, edition of
the Daily every afternoon, in order to
place the paper the same evening along
the line of the railroad from here to
Salisbury -This will place "'the:' noon
dispatches in the hands- of our readers
on the line of the W..N. C. Kali Road
sooner than any other paper in the State.
flSTOur friends will remember that
the Skmi-Weekly Citizen : has been
merged into the Dailt.
The WKEKtT has not been discontin
ued, and any one desiring to change to
either Daily or Weekly can do bo.
tSTNoTICE.: ' ' ; .' . ,
Persons who fail lo gei their pipers,
Daily or Weekly Citizen will confer
J a special favor upon us by calling atten
tion to tne same at tne omce.
Foe Sale A Good Mule.
Will work anywhere. Price reason
able. Will gire until Christmas to pay
for him. Apply to
North Main Bt., Asheville.
Our city has been quite full this week,
the Federal Court drawing largely. -
Gen. Vance '.as returned to his duties
at Washington, after a pleasant visit of
a few'days at-home
Major-: Malone will establish his law
office in the Malone building, north of
. Read card else wlierevbf fltwCislau
rant. He gives- the best porter-house
steaks to be had in the market.
The County Commissioners elsewhere
offer a reward of $200 for the apprehen
sion of the murderer of the Joyce family.
The Rev. Peter Ball will preach at the
River View, thifi county, on the fifth
Sunday in May, at 11 o'ciock a. m.
At the meeting of the IioyaV Arcanum
next Monday night business of special
importance will . be considered, and a
full attendance is desired. -
The Watauga Club of Raleigh has de
cided to tender Hon. Thomas J. Jarvis,
Minister to Brazil, a reception in Raleigh
before he leaves for Brazil. , ; v -
. Asheville has at present a larger num
ber of visitors, mostly from the North
and West, than ever before at this sea
son of the year. , : - : . i- ;
Among the attendants from Highland's
on the Federal Court we observed Mr.
S. W. Hill, Mr. James Rideout, Mr. 8.
P. Ravenel, Rev. J. R. Fogarty and Mr.
B. Wright. . , y
Messrs. Russell and Law, o f'tie Na
tional Geological Department, are engag
ed in taking views of different peaks on
this Bection, having been this week in
Mt. Mitchell and other adjoining peaks.
Says the Knoxville Journal Of yester
day: "Dr. Felix C.Oswald, the moun
tain hermit, who has been inhabiting
the mountains of Blount county, passed
through the city yesterday for Asheville,
N. C." . v-: - I,-!.- ,-':. .
Mr. Swicegood is af ain engaged in
sprinkling our streets. At present he is
getting his water from the branch, - but
we know, he and the t)wn 'authorities
will arrange for water from the reservoir,
when he intends watering Patton Ave
nue entire every night.
We acknowledge, individually and
collectively the - cordial invitation f
Uncle Joe Baird to be present at his
birth day dinner on the 12th. We are
flattered to be counted among the num
erous relations of the genial "Uncle .Toe.:
Mr- Dan Whitloclf, late of Richmond,
Va., is now associated with S. Lipinsky
in the management ot the business lately
conducted by Mr. S. Whitlock. . Mr-Dan
Whitlock is an experienced hand in the
handling of fancy goods, and it is'detcf
mined the business of the-house here
shall not suffer. '
The effect of the mad-dog excitement
in Black Mountain township has.brought
about the practical workings' of the doz i
law, but-few dogs have been left in the
neighborhood, the rest having gone down
under the excitement. "It's an ill wind
that blows no one good." "
Levy's etore is always attractive; made
more so now b) the beautiful papering
now&eing done by Mr. Fitzpatrick. The
skill of this artist in this line he is an
artist is illustrated in this particular
instanc2, because in a room the size of
Levy's, there is much judgment, as well
as skill called into play in the knowledge
of perspective and the development of
effects; and the result will satisfy every
observer. We know now that Mr. Fitz
patrk'kls proficiency will not be over
looked. - --'. - . - -' .
Six 10c papers Landreth's Garden
Seeds for 25c. at Pelham's Drug Store.
Peas and Beans in bulk. ' -
" The best 5 cent Cigar in Asheville is
the Fan at . .. Tei-ham's Dpro Stohe
; Was. there lever a more charmingi day
than, todiy hasbeenfil J .y. 0:i : ,
Tobacco breaks continue light.- The
weather does not get right. ' There-' are
na noticeable changes in pricesi :. '
JJJThe brick work the Presbyterian
church has .been1' resumed. ' There ; is'very
little more of it to do, 'and' then the build
ing will go on to completion. ' ; -
The AshoilW Silver Cornet Band leaves
for Weaverville this- afternoon. The de
bate of the Cliosophic Society to-night,
the pic-nic to-morrow, and' at night a con
cert by the Asheville Band, - A happy time
for our young friends.
Clay court convened on Thursday of
this week. Cherokee court will convene
on Monday, and several from Asheville,
including Capt. T. D. Johnston and a
member of the Cittzih stall, will leave
to-morrow morning to be in attendance.
1 The Hook and Ladder Company was out.
yeit'erday afternoon, appearing in their
Iwater-pToofs. They presented a serticea-J
an4 we are glad to see them -now secured
from the miserable inconveniences to which
they had been before subjected. . -
- I n this immediate section the area in
tobacco will be increased somewhat; not
very greatly. The y onng plants - are in
good condition.' Farmers are wisely di
recting their labors to make a full supply
of provisions of all kinds. They were
never more earnestly at work than during
this season. . - .
The new city officials will go into office
on the 18th inst. Quite a number of
street improvements are to be wade at
once, in order to make our city w hat it
should be for our summer travel, aside
from the personal convenience "of ur
ovjn citizens. " : -i--
Should the State military encampment
be held at Asheville, a - most delightful
locality has been belected for the purpose.
The question as to whether o not the
encampment will be held here will soon
be decided, and we hope Asheville will
be selected. . " ' :- . ..
in attendance upon the Southern Baptist
Convention, in session at Augusta, Ga.
He was a member of a eommittee of five
on the question of admitting lady dele
gates from Arkansas, and. one.; of the
three members of the committee report
ing in favor of the admission of the ladies.
The auestion created a warm discussion,
and the names of the ladies, were finally
An Essay on Hope.
The Lincolnton (Ga.-) AVu-sthus essays:
"Hope 'springs . eternal in the'human
breast," and it also makes lis believe that
we are going to have a good, crop year.
Hope is said to be a -siren, but all like to
listen to her song. 'Youth listens, and is
enchanted, manhood, invigorated, and
ola age is strengthened, iilessed hope !
Xhe magic wand, of youths ad the staff
oi tne old man wnose locks ar whitened
by the frosts of time.-
Mcnicipal Election at Highlands. -
We have no telegraphic report of the
election which took place in the city Of
Highlands on the 4th inst. for mayor.
Authentic information . enables us to
state positively that Our distinguished
friend, S. W. Hill, Esquire, was elected
after strenuous opposition, - which - at
length, under the imposing conviction
of. the transcendant . qualifications of
Squire Hill, dwindled down to one vote
cast against him. It was the overwhelm
ing triumph of law and 6rder. Peace, se
curity, internal prosperity are all assured
in the hands of the new Mayor of High
lands. We congratulate' the county on
the auspicious result. . -
Sudden Death in Madison. ' " 1
Mr. J. H. Hunter informs us of the
sudden death, of Mr. Henry Rogers, a
citizen of Mftrs" V Hill? in Madison
county, A which' occurred . last ' week.
Mr. Rogers, perhaps not very well,' had
been reclining in his chair, dozing.
Arousing from his slumber he walked to
the door, making some slight expres
sion of bodily discomfort, stepped out
into the yard and then fell. - His wife
immediately ran out to aid him to rise,
but he was dead. We suppose heart dis
ease or apoplexy was the cause of death.
Mr.jtogers was about 00 years'ofage.
TnE " Mad-Dog "Excitement in Black
Mountain. . v , " . .. r
, The latest information of the mad-dog
excitement in Black Mountain township
is to the effect that all danger is new
thought to be over. . Almost every dog
in tne neighborhood has been killed,
several hogs and a calf that were bitten
have either died or been killed, and it is
thought there is now no animal living
that was bitten by any of the mad
animals. . , . .
Meeting of Magistrates.. '
The County Commissioners elsewhere
call a meeting of the magistrates 'of the
county on the first Monday in June to
frnKi(lfr vnrimm niiAat.irtnanf imrvirfnnrA
. . f . ,
among which will be the election of
. i . i-r j t
Bcnooi commissioners ana omcera oi me
Inferior Court, and the consideration of
the Road Law. the No-Fence Law, and
other . questions. "-.--' r- t -' :-''"'-
Races at the Fair Grounds.
A series of races will take place at the
Fair- Grounds on the afternoons ;-ef the
15th and lGth inst. Good prices will be
offered, ' and some good horses ate ex
pected on the grounds, y ,'-
: . ) mm . . -. r -.. . -
Kennebec Ice.' - " " - -
- - A full supply of the Kennebec Ice re
ceived and for . sale at Carmichael's
Drug Store. ; Supplied 'in-quantities to
suit. ,. . ; . " - ' ' .
Ask for t apillaire at Pelhanj'g Hoila
Fountain.' . .rjv;.!'-',:;
! Pelham's Soda is the coldest and. most
delicious in the city. - ", ..-y
Pelham's maEsive Argosy Soda Foun
tain has again opened for the seasoa.
J2r Land deeds, land mortgages and
chattel mortgages for sale at the Citizen
office. . . . - - - ; f ;t ,:
For a deliciotis glass of cold soda water
"go to . Pelham's Deug Stoke. :
' "White Rose" Cigar to be formd only
Malone's "CeiminaL Bkiefs." . :
' Major W. n. Malone. ha3 e ' x very
enviable national reputation . ? valu
able work on" Real Property Is, the
success : of ivhich publicat; has en
couraged anew effort which r v to be
of great use to the layman as las the
legal profession..' The "Crimi Briefs"
is a work of great labor an I , search,
arranged in a clear and k :d st?le
beginning atthefoundationstc ; of crim
inal procedure, beginning wit'i the com
petency and organization of Grand
Jury, then through the succe? 've steps
bf indictment, arrest and bail, arraign
ment, selection ol trial jury, verdict,
judgment, &c. " The Brjefs also ili. trate
various special defences and remedies.
Special prominence is given to ti e law
of homicides, in its different grad ; and
the work will contain an accurate! con
densed view of the pleadince, trial evi
dence, procedure, &c, in the cLief crimes
and misdemeanors known to t : e c; i m
inal Code. The Briefs are i; i. led for
the daily use of the practiti t ! . c reby
saving him infinite time an 1 1 or. --
The work is in prcparatisfi;ul.vfioon
be published, and" Ought to heartily
welcomed by tne proieseion..x v
A Good Natceed Conflict! .. i '..',
' Two or three parties who had business
with the Federal Court how in session
here,' or rather with whom the court had
business, unluckily fell into the clutches
Of bur municipal authorities and were
locked up.-: When the court wanted the
aforesaid individuals the officers reques
ted the loan of them from Mayor Aston.
Our worthy mayor said" he did not wish
to bring about a conflict of authority
between, the two courts, nor did ne wish
the Federal Court authorities to think
they possessed any higher ' powers than
did the court 'over which lie presided,
but he offered a.compromise of the ques
tion: the parties were due certain tines,
and if the officials of the court would pay
the same he would gladly surrender them
to the otner court. J ne matter was nn-
ally amicably adjusted by a loan being
efiected. and no further conflict is antici
pated.: Peace, reigns in Panama and
doubtless soon will in Afghanistan ! ;
Federal Court. .-.,,'. "
The session continues. The-Grand
Jury.-has been discharged. It is not
known when the business before it will
close. Much remains to be done, but
funds are low. Advices from Washing
ton City are hourly looked for which
will determine the course of the court. 1
Since the opening of the court 130 bills
and informations have been filed. Thirty
six defendants are now in jail awaiting
sentence for convictions, mostly for
breaches of the revenue law in-one form
or another. . ' ' . "" r - .
The Highlands cases will Da called.urj
during this afternoon. -These involve
two separate indictments, one tor con
spiracy, one for obstructing officers. Six
defendants are involved in one case and
seven in the other. Messrs. Bowman of
Mitchell. Gash of Transylvania, and
Stuart of Jackson are counsel for the de
fendants in both cases. '. . r
Cn-ANOEA BEE WtemufclW-
From this time on, until the settled
weather of summer comes, we may look
out for sudden changes of temperature,
so fruitful of colds and other diseases.
The greatest favor we can do to onr read
ers is to advise them to be careful of ex
posure and to keep the bowels open by a
proper use of Dr. Hart's Pills and to have
Symphyx at hand in case of cough, croup,
&c; " ' ' ' . . - .
IIHVs Restaurant. ;
I AM PREPARED AT ALL TIMES
to serve fine-. 1 - ...'
Porter-House Steaks, '
And anything else wanted to cat, in the
best style and in quick order.- Give me
atrial. W. M. HILL, .
my8-Dlm . Under T. F. Starnes'.
A REWARD OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS
will be given for the apprehension and con
viction of the murderer of the Joyce lamily.
By order of the Board of County Commissioners
of Buncombe county. J. E. RANKIN, Ch'mn.
may 8-dlt A w3w ' i
The Magistrates of Buncombe .county are re
quested to meet at the Court House, Monday,
June 1st, 1885, at 11 o'clock A. M., as the law
directs, for the purpose of levying taxes, electing
school commissioners and officers of the Hjferior
Court, considering the Road Law, No-Fence Law,
and such other business as may be brought be
fore them. ' By order otthe Board of County Com
missioners of Buncombe county.
may 8dlt w3w. 3. E. RANKIN, Ch'mn.
FARMERS! . ..
I will exchange my Plug Tobacco for Leaf
Tobacco, Bright Smokers preferred, but will re
ject none. Call on, or address - . -.-'...
- . 8. B. WE3T, Prop'r,
May 7-W4w . . . , . . Asheville, N. C. '
TRUSTEE'S SALE. - ' ' -By
virtua of a Deed of Trust ' executed to
me by A B." Fortune to secure the payment of a
certain Note mentioned thereon, wnich Trust is
duly Registered in the Register's office of Bun
combe county, In Book No 2, at page 251, mort
gage records of Buncombe county, I will sell at
public auction for cash. At the eourt-house door In
Asheville, on the 11th day of June, 1885, the lands
mentioned tnerein. - Levy, iui acres on, or
near, the Swannanoa river, in said county. This
Is a very desirable property to any one wanting a
comfortable home. , This May 7th. J885.
May 7 w4w ; - r A. T. SUMMEY.
To the Merchants and Retail Tobacco Dealers :
To close out my Stock of Manufactured Tobac
co, I will reduce my prices on all grades twenty
per cent, for CASH. - r- -
Please send your orders before my stock is too
much broken. . . . 8. B. WEST .
May 7-Dlw - . Asheville, N. C. -
A ",A complete outfit of Pluk Tobacco Ma
chinery, with Hydraulic Pump Jletaiue:-. Box
Screws, Ac., whose capacity is sixty to eighty
thousand pounds annually. All in perfect-working
order, together with several excellent brands
and the Good Will of the Mountain Island Fac
tory, which has won an enviable reputation. For
Terms and all Information, address . .
- , 8,. B. WEST. Tron r.
May7-Dlw - AsbeviUe, N. C.j -
NOTICE OF LAND SALE. ,
By VirtHe. of a Decree of the Superior
Court oi Buncombe county, I wCl, on Monday,
June 8th, 1S85, . sell at public auction, at the
Omrthouse door, iu town of Asheville, the iol
lowing lands, to-wit : A tract of land situated tn
Buncombe county, three miles west of Alexander's
station, containing 60 acres more or less, and
known as the N. R. Biackwell homestead. Terms
of sale, one third in cash, and balance in equal
installments upon credit of six and twelve months
whh approved security. .
l?or lurmer miormaiiou uijjjij w mv uimei-
. AIT D U-Kituin Atlfx.
signed, or W. R. W hltson, Att y.
. T. L "
PIANO FOR SALE. "
-- A good PU KO, newly repaired
and in fine order, for sale on reasonable terms.
Apply at CITIZEN" OPice " my 6-LSt -
. An expcneDoed DRUG
CLERK desires a position in Afheville dining
the summer mov.ths or lorrer. For partioulnrs,
applv to John D. Cameron, ' iii'-en otlicc. iit
; ' " ; ' fFor theshOTille Citizen.
, Tlie true inwardness of the comforts of
a' farmer's hom is, a plenty of good,
wholesome ';- food, well cooked, and ' a
cheery, good tempered, working - wife.
Now, to have all these you must let the
wife have a good cheerful, working hus
band,- e who will- be; willing, .to stop- and
work out th e garden and feed the coyr, and
do it without grumbling'.. "Don't say. "J
am behind hand with niy plowing; and
cac't stop." : Recollect you have to' eat
as .well as work.fj Your wife can't1 get
you a - good dinner unless you give' her
something to geU "Now don't be content
with fried bacon, corn bread and ccuee
when you can - have all the vegetables,
milk and butter you want. -v
I went to Jake Ramsey's once to buy
his tobacco, " He had a .small crop, but it
was very hne. " I3ut tnen ne had every
thing that a man wanted to eat and cock
ed just so as . to , make a man eat. too
much. I did,' at least. -He had 7 nice
yellow butter, honsy, flour; -vegetables,
and you may depend' h8 wife was al
ways in a good htimor. Ila lived up in
the mountains in Madison end you could
hear the foxes bark after you went to
bed. But then he , bad . comfort ; and
plenty. . " - 1 '
Now wliaf we all want is to live, and
to live well. The .way to do -this is to
make everything at borne you can. . Did
you ever know a man hard run that bad
a crib-full of corn, a smoke house full of
meat, and had about two good cows to
milk? Did you ever know such a man
to lie awake at night because he' had a
bill due to the fertilizer man that he
could not meet.. I never. . . - ; i
. : I f , ".: S. .C. Shelton.
. r ; mm ) .' ' . -
Hote. Arrival-. . . - .r '
Wfslern IIotclA R Walker Crabtree;
DrJ A Anderson. 'Weaverville; James
Morris, Marion; T K Brown, Henderson
ville; B F Fortune and daughter, Coopers;
E K Cunningham, FrantHnr W A Gash,
Brevard; J W Taylor, Jonesboro, Tenn;
J F Pender, Ivy ; Gay Williams, Bar
nardsville; ,V R White, Democrat; J A
Thorn, Polk county; J M Morgan, Mor
gan Hill, T J Garrison, J3 E .Garrison,
Ivy, J L Alien, Mills River; J A Morris,
Marion.! ' '-, ' .;-'- -.' ;
Stcannanoa-Mra E W Morton, Gal
loupe Morton, Dr. and Mrs S J Mixter,
Boston, Henry C Erb, Memphis, Wm
Ferguson, Glasgow. N B,' K P Benton,
Philadelphia; T W Andrews, Charlotte;
Walter HaraiUon, New York city.
Eagle AVm Salmons, Rocky Munt. "
Grand Central J ; D Campbell; Flat
Rock; J Perkins, Atlanta; William Ketla,
Harri8burg, Penn; C K Ober, New York;
A J Fisher, Landrums, S C; E Housman,
New Y rk, J M Stepp, Black' Mountain.
Artificial Stone. . vt ' '
' Capt. Tom Patton has shown us a brick
made of sand and lime, which is destin
ed to create a revolution in brick making.
It is called artificial stone, and is now
manufactured and " largel3' used in
Charleston. It costs no more to make
than the ordinary brickj if as much, re
quires no burning, thus saving all the
expense of fuel and firing, hardens with
age; is very smooth and altogether is
Btrperb. It is the cquai'sJf-Be-t superior
to any brick in the .world for building,
certainly superior for paving purposes.
Capt. P. contemplates going into the
manufacture of 1 liese brick here.
HQP AH the great dailies New York
IIeralt), World, Times, Sun, Tribune,
Charleston News and Courier, Char
lotte Observer, Raleigh News-Observ
er, Wilmington star, Wilmington Re
view, aadr Asheville Citizen are to be
found regularly at the Book Stores of H.
1L Lyon, J N. Morgan & Co., J. L. Wilkie,
and W. E. Pelham, ,
Round KfiOB Hotel,
; - VV; N. G. R. R.
UNDER NEW MANAGERS. IS
now open for the reception of visitors.
Round Knob is situated on the line of the
W. N. C RR., ;6 milesfrom'Aslwille,
and in the Valley of Blue Ridge Mountain.
House newly furnished with all conven
iences. Table supplied from, the best
markets. Climate and water not excelled
by any section in W. N. Carolina.
Highest Fountain in the. World in full
view, of the -Hotel, throwing a stream 2GS
feet high. Northern visitors will find it
to their interest to visit this beautiful and
romantic spot. . Telegraph office in Hotel.
Further information, address - - -W.
Ap 29-Dtf , Round Knob. X. C.
Opposi te the Col lege.
H ouse plants, yard plants and cut
Flowers in great beanty and variety. Yard
and Lawn Work done in latest styles by a skill
ed English Gardener. Beds of Coleus, Hello
trope, Alternanthera, Geraniums, Salvia, Ac, at
nnnmmllv Inw iirinpa. Hrvril mtsnn l&l?e or
ders. Call and examine our Stock, and leav
your orders early. ;-;.,.
April 87th, 1885. - . D-6t
LOST. " . .
On Tuesday, May 6th, between Reems
Creek, Buncombe county, and Bull Creek, Madi
son county, on the New Stock road, $150 00 in bills
wrapped in brown paper. Also somo valuable
papers, all contained in a daybook. A liberal
reward will be paid for tts delivery of the same
at thei itizen office, or to ' - .
. L. W. PEEK, Hailwood, Madison, JT. &
NOTICE OF APPLICATION. - -f - '
- -. Notice is hereby given thafapplication
wll 1 be made to the Board of county Commission
ers of Buncombe county, at the meeting in June,
for the establishment of a new Township, to be
formed from Svy and Flat Creek Townships, and
to be known as Morgan Hill Township, -, .
BFBuckneb, J H Sams, '
Jas Beachboabd, -JPMorgan.
E Gmttbv, " J N Morgan.
April 00th, 1881 Wiw : : ' - '
EXECUTOR'S SALE, ; .1 ' ' ' .
, t . . . I will proceed to sell at
Silver Springs, the late residence of J. L. Henry,
nn K nnlnv- NUT S.td. 1 SHU. a lot Of DerSO-
nal property, consisting of Furn i ture. Cook Stove,
Farming Tools, &e., belongina to said estate.
Terms of Sale All sums or five dollars or less,
cash. Sums over five dollars, on a credit oi six
months, with note and sol vent security. :
P. A, CUMM1NGS, Ex'r. -;
May 2d, 1885-1 a w4w V .. .
JO. C. CIaAYTOX,
- , ; , (Rear EAgls Hotel) v ; ;
J : J ASHEVILLE N, C, ,
jri3jruFtCTUiiEn fF cor.
c: :' fxrs.. : - - .
Coffiks made in First-Class Style of
Walnut, Mountain Birch, Poplar, Pine
and Maple of the best quality. Satisfac
tion Guaranteed and Low Prices charged.
. .He asks , that the public call and
see for themselves.; -
I shalihave nt ii,t house during the seasons
fine JACIi, !)' JCAJi, to which I r spert
f.iliy ask the attention of the public. Cluirgos,
55X0. J. P. LEDBETTKit,
nplO-w 1 1110 Fandy Mu-sh Towns'iip.
ASSOCiATEL PRESS TELEGRAM9-j--fPE'
- -X- '-; -ciAL to' crrtzEx. Th'
'.- ' .. ,-j r ' ; ' , ,,
REPORTED RUSSIAN 'AD-
'.V-: - ISTAN.:':-
The Attitude, of -Germany
: ur ' - London: May 8th Noon.
. Rumors are. current in Paris of the
steady and continued Russian advance
in ; Afghanistan; , but it fs impossible io
trace. tum w any aumenuc Bonrce
They - have probably , originated from
news of. the Russian . occufiatlon of the
Penjdeh. Thfc official : hews agency iaf
Paris, '..which is Buppo'sed cr- represent
lueyiewB oi tne- jretjcrr KAymet, pub
the fact that; throughout tUa ..dispute
Germany has given bo intimation of
her . attitude, ; she intends to assume re
garding the controversy. .The dispatch
says that the German Embassador in
London still holds as pessimistic a view
of the situation as when everything
looked desperate that English officials
still fear that Germany is- unfavorably
disposed towards England and ii not
anxious to see peace. 1 " ' J
The Time continues to urge the
Government to persuade the Ameer to
allow the preaehce. of an English garri
son at Herat. The amlouccement in St.
Petersburg of an official uiessengpr is ex
pected to have a reassuring effect, as
being the first intimation by Russia that
she will send a commission. The cost of
the Russian Railway from Askadbad to
Merve is estimated to ' reach 16,000
roubles per yerst- exclusive of rails or
rolling stock. ' :; : - . .
THE , tLT IOIS ELECTION.
Cauvam of Votes JEKlponl.
, t Spbisgfield, III., May 8.
; A private message fron Virginia, 111.,
says all arrangements have been made to
canvass the Cass county vote, to-day but
that State Senator Rineliart, Democrat,
has arrived there, and that after he had
consulted with the cpnnty clerk it has
been given out that the canvass will be
postponed for several days in order to
ascertain if there were any irregulariti?s
and that all other dorks in . the district
have consented to a postponement. Sen
ator Rinehart had a consultation with a
number of.-Democratic members of the
Legislature before leaving Springfield.
' " : - v--
ARBITRATION XOT ARRI-
WHhUrawal of Sir Petr Xnmaden
.' ; flcmsen I he Kaaslami. -
- St. Petersburg, May" 8 12 hi...
The Moscow Gazette, with reference
t3 the submission of the Afghan frontier
difficulty to arbitration, says: "If was
only 'possible to permit the correctness
.of our a'-tion to be certified to by a third
party. Such cause as .this w not arfntra
tion in any proper senior the term but
simpiy a respcctaLle mans of tenrinat
ing the incident." The Novoc Vreymira
aud Norasti express great 'pleasure that
Sir Peter Lumsden who they say made
all the miBcIiief lias been reoallcil to
London. ' -v " .
YORK STOC K MAR
KET. , - !
Market Active hil Irrosnlur.
New Yoke, May 8, 2 . in.'
. The stock market opened very active,
but irregular this morning and has con
tinued feverish and active for half dozen
stocks. Tin dughout the first hour New
York Central was the,- leading weak
stock, followed. at a respectfnl distance
by Lake Shore. 1 The strongest stock on
the list has been Northwestern, which
has advanced over 1 per cent., with St.
Paul also strong.. Gould stocks continue
strong, but quiet. ' The principal dealing
this morning has been in Northwestern,
St. Paul, .New York Central, Lake Shore,
Union Pacific. New York Central was
renewed this morning at I; "but loans
were made as' high as 1-16. Leaning
rates for . other" stocks - easy.'- At 11
o'clock the market was niore quiet and
firmer. , The total sales for, the Crat
hour 12,000 shares V :-: ;'
Mia inter to Russia appolatodrrOears-
V. X. IiOthrop of Mletals-aB tta man,
Other Appvlatmrnta. ;
: Washington, May 6, 3 p. m.
The President to-day appointed Geo.
V. N. Lothrop of Michigan to be EnVoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten
tiary of the' United States to Russia;
Boyd Winchester, of Kentucky, to Te
Minister Resident and Consul General
of the United Statesto Switzerland, John
E. . W. ..Thompson, of New York, to be
Minister Resident and Consul General
01 me uniteu cuiiea j.
Resignation of lord Da (Terln Denied.
.'-: LoNDON,May ;"th', 2 p. m.
The report . published in the Morning
Post to-day that Earl Dufferinhad resigned
his position as Viceroy'df India is pro
nounced by the Government officials to be
utterly untrue. ' " .
; . 'Jsdon Money llarket.
'' V;." , . " , . London, May 8- .
- Consuls money 08 J. . ,: -'
Minister Metane Reaches Paris. .
.1 Paris, May 8.
Mr. Robert M. McLane, U. S. Minister
to France, has arrived here. -
'Tf von want- eood 5 cent Ci?ar SO to
; i.voiiH' ana get a ititc hokc
Thai President teelia tne?
..! f.i.,'..' "J: o Atlanta,' .... , . : ;
i 'V ' : -1 ,.WAHHiNGTO!f,'May p. ,. ,
, The President has declined the inyita t
tion to visit Atlanta during the, session
of the Cbmmerical Convention to be held:
there the latter part of this month; IIW f
official datiea will not permit his leaving I
Washington atibat. tim ri'-'. r-:c;-jij
,'JVA'ir. 8. Marshal SliotntV;
i ; Charleston, W. VX., ,'May & .;'..'
This morning early'som 1 Unknown " :
person called Deputy Ui 3. Marshal LS; ?.J'''
Atkinson -to come to the window io 'the- , '
Marshal's office in the Court House.'' Mr,
Atkinson .did not reply; -whereupon, a'
shot was '"fired through the1 window,' tli ' '
bullet' barely 'missing another1." Deputy1 '
Atkinson is the broLhor of U. S. Marshal n '
Atkinson, arid ha cen. ciHgent duringr ' f
th past fotfr year j hi ferreting puJ vioLai-,
or t trie .internal Revenue Law m kthis
ectiortof the State. r'i ; ' ' .
The federal 'Court,'? sessiorf her hr
bririing- rnany" ihotmilitbpnVZ'. wni .
and-4t is '- thought one Of: their num.be t C-;
holds a grudge against Deputy: Ark&iso"
and..-tried to kill Uiiu. : Hig liftman btfeii;.,:.
threatened frequently..?. The person who.!
did the shooting is believed to be known.'.
r Raltlnoro Harksts. .f --.j .t
Vi .' Baltimore, May ,-8-r 1 n. ;,;r
Flour" easy; quiet; Howard ,'ot. and "',
western super 3.50S3; extra 3.00'.37J','
do family 4X)5i3.25: city niiTM,snnei,'-r
3.5075; - extra 450;: Rio - brands ; Vn
wheat, southern, stead', with active ae- ir
mand; western' higher, closing-qniet: -rr
southern red 1.046; amber I.l0l3;yq., .
1 Maryland i.uei2(2?J no. ' -western
winter red spot . 001 ; corn,' southern,"
firm; western steady, - dull; southern ?
white G01; do yellow 66j57 : -' '
; PROFESSIONAL CARDS.; '- -l
THOS. A. JONES, -j'.: r.. , l : - t ' it
- " Attorney at I -
! ; ' 't ASiiEVTLLEV-'N. Ct r '' '
octC2-lir .w . i Qfliee with Davldsos : Marti m ) :
LOCKS CRG, J " ' '-
! Attorney at Iw, , :, .,
! . asuejille', n'.;c.' ri " !'.
Office in Court House. .' ','" xlec C-I Y '
Johnstons jofits. .,' r ; . nsxar basbwickb .
JONF.S 4 HARDWICKE,, .. . .... ,..
Attorney- and Vounseltirt At-lj0rr, .
' ASHEVILLE, N. C. ' i
4S-Ofllco in Cmzix Building. , .. may3-ly. -
fBoa. D Johnston. ", Gto. A. SHcrOtn,
JOHNSTON & J5HU FORD, . .
Attorneys Jb CrasMllrtIJMr, : I
-: - ASHEVILLR. N. C.
WiU cractiee in the 8th and fth Judicial DistrioU
ut Karth Carolina, in the Snpreme CourtoJhe.
uii.-, sua iu me 1 eacnu uiuns u juiwvuw.
Tlx collection ot claims, the examination ol
title t.- real property, and the settlementof estata -. v
a M- -ally by the firm. . Office in the Johnston
Thkc. Davidson. ' Jab. G. Mast ;
DAVIOSON 4 MARTIN, ; ...
.tltsrneys Sc toil niirllors-a t-I.aw a
Asheville. N. C -
WiC rt. rlc In tbe sth and ftth Judicial DistrioU
nd h; tne Supreme Court of North Carolina, rnd .
in tire reuerai iouirsoi ne ncsiern uisutcioi
North Carolina. ;. .. ,.. 1. ... , . '
Refer to th Bank 01 Asnevuie. -seplt-awawSm
. c , ' j ; . . 1 ,
JAMES U. MOODY
HOWELL aud MOODY,
Attorneys at Iavr, i ..
WAYXESVILLE, : - '- X,- i -K..C.
l'rouii.t attention to all business in
trusted to them. . . " sp 24-tf
JAMES A. BURROUGHS, .
, Physician and Httrgeoit, .
" ASH EVrI LLE, N. C , t . ,
Offiiv over Powell & SnldeTs.
BSy 1'csidenco corner of Main and
WiNidtin trtretta.a .
-de 10-ly . ' , ;, '
SF. VENABLE, . . ..
' ' " 1
Ctn7 Engineer ajul ; Generul Surveyor,
: prepared to do all work is bis profession, ami
offers Ills servient especially In Levelinr, Road
MaAinr, Maaing tsiiiuaieton wore. Laying uu.
Locating and Piatt Ins or Mapping Chy. Lota, and
Esttibatins- or Mapping Work alreadv don .
-.; Architect and Civil Engineer. t ,
Deaimis. Sneciflcatlons. and Estimates of any
style of building furnished upon application, and ' :
work superintended when desired. All work en
trusted to me as Civil Engineer will rsceiva - -'
orompt attention. Thorough drainage of lands, -
specialty, rosi umce aaaress, Asneruta ur '
best, js. u. uesiuence sswannauoa itnage . , . .
mar i(Hmos - - . -
RS W. I & W. D. HILLIARD,
Physicians and Surgeons.
j Office next door south Old Bank. ', .
jan 3-6 mos
K. JOHN HEY WILLI A 8,
f Physician and ifurgeoiii --"
- (tm..t. j.lttDt l iIaam wnlh Af Tt.ntr PofJ
der.ee on French Broad Avenue. Office hours 11
. ir: . to 1 p. m., and from 3 to i p. m.
GEORGE W. REED, . .
PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON.
Located at Swannanoa Junction . AH calls
apr io-aiiw-. --. -
BH. DOUGLASS, D. tt H ' -
esidencs la samo building Ashevilhj, N. ;.
DH. R. II. r.IIYtC, D. D. C, y ,
,-" . ' Omcs In Slader Building, -
pposits Ceatrsl Hotel, - ASHEVILLE, N. C
Persons havlnir artiacial woric done, 'after
rvtnv It two or three welts.lf not satisfied, can
return It and tbe mone; will be refunded. Jy 1 '
. S. UTIIO WII'ON, rUOPRIETOR.,
iZcclimatctl Trcrs, Tt.ifs,
. . tj C ,
Location, 3 Mils Soulhw("-t of r.nli'iirh, N. C. "
M$liSii A MJlllf I. .!, HJ .
m-h is-2 mos s w .