Asheville Citizen (Asheville, N.C.) /
June 15, 1885, edition 1 /
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BILL HEADS '
EDITORS AND rUOIT'ETDRK. ,
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Aslieillle I3siin Iirectbryl
- -' General ' McrcitanU ' Vholetale ml JJetafl.- ,
' C. E. Graliam &'Co., B. It. Chedesei,'& Son. jC IX
Brevard it Co:, 3.,. Iiowell, S. Hammerehlng',
C. B Ie, M. Kedwood & Co., J. P: Sawyer, 6. A
; Metirs, A. H. Jottes & Son,BeurUen,ruuijclii i Co.,
W, H. Drown, O. M. Uoberts.
" Garden aiid Field (k-txlu. -' . '!r.
Pow ell & Snider, H. H. Lvons, A. J.-Merrill, H.
Redwood fc Co.. J. U. Howcil, J. V. Sawyer, liear
den. Raukin A- Va., C 11. MHicure. .
' ' Crttiii, Hay anl Futtr. : -
- ' 3. R. Starues, ijcli it Suiilcr, Ahixandcr and
Penlaiid. ; ; ;. .
' Pennlman & Co., VanG ild.-r iV row n. :
:-. SlMW, Ioustftirnu!hina:..l Iinuwe. .
Ballard Brp?., Brown &Ecareop, LindseyBroa.
'''tU t?" Gen'" jtvrm!:':f, tc - v
.fJsie'P.' Sawyerr-M Levy, ( J iirles E Lee, S
iJo6i, Su, o.-t I! ..
: ; W,T. Weaver, M.Xevy. V
, . ; . JRtU- and Sbuc iuutu, ' V
't" Tirir'W T Weaver'- A .Tiwl f
- , . .
,-SwS. .jm-fBooto 'and Slat ontt.
;. Jwj. l)i Wilkte,'J. K.; Morgan & Co,, H. T. Esta
. bnxik, R U- iyona, w .
." ttvogtid and FhanaaccnlutUi.
n. II. Lyons, W. C. Canjiirtia6T, C. V'. Pt VaulJ
Cowan, Steffuer and Eobertson.
. : ' , Family-Groceries. ' . --
iWell an Snider, S. E Ktpler, A. R. Cooler,"
Peuley & Co.. T. V. Stames, O. W. uooaiake. a. J.
Menill, J. E. Ware, Ware and Howell, A.C. Davis,
James Franks, J.J. Mackey & Co.. Jesse K. Starnes,
. L. McDonald; W. h. Morgan, F. M. Johnson, R.
B Noland & Sous.T. W. Shelton, J. R. Trull, G. II.
Htarnes, N. Penland, I'euland & Alexander. Mrs.
J. C. Smith. -
ukher, MeiU Dealers, dr.
Zachery Bros., James Luslt, T. K. Davis,
Connell and Drake, ' , .
; .. Xakerie. . ' , i .
J. J. Dfsmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Oliver,
v .... . Confectioneries,
i J. J. Desmond, (factor ), J. M Heston. ;
? ' Saddlery, Homes, ic. ' r
' 8. M. Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penlanel.
Furniture, dee. .
XV. B. Williamson, Moore & Falk,' P. S. Mc-
Muiicu. - , .- . ... -" :
j ' Vnaerwiera,. v . ' :
X. Erand, J. V. Brown;' John Clayton
8. F Venable. D. S. Watt on, Hill ar.d Atkins
N. W. Gird wood it Co. , r r , ;, : ,
oubleday t Scott.- ; . :J
Contractors, Carpenters, and Builders.'' '
I. GorenQo, John Hart, jr-A. Wagner. T. C.
Westall, E. J. Armstrong, J. E. Buttrick, T., h.
- Clayton, A. O. West. . . i. ,
' Dlacismilhs - .
1). W. Cauble, J. H, Woody. ' : , '
riwannania, Eagle, Grand Central, Western,
Carolina Houi-e, blagle House, The Villa,Floricui
Health Association. , :
A. T. Snminev. P. S. McMullen, Miss BetUe
Missfa Coffin. Mrs. A. E. Hall,
son. Miss Buiith, T. W.-Neel, Mrs. A. B. Chunn,
J. H. Carter, G. M. Roberts, K a. Grant, U. L, Jic-
T kpvnnliia. Win. T. E. Reynolds. E. bluder, Mrs.
Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathera, Mrs E
L. Baird, W. W. McDowell, James w. rancn, mjb.
Leicester Chapman, H-. C. Hunt, E. J. Aston, Mrs.
II. C. France, Mrs. A. St-. Clair. : . t
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables.
Reynolds it Chambers, J. M. Ray, W. A. Wed
din Jaini-H Sevier. C. O. Allen. T. H. Stansll
Win. Cox. E. W. Herndon. S. H. Barnard, G. W.
Morean t Co.. K T. Clemmons, Jesse R. Btarnes.
. Colleges, Schools, d-c.
Asheville Female College, Asheville Male
Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High
Si hool for young ladies, Miss i-awyer's Primary
School, Mrs. J. P. .Gammon's Primary School,
three white public schools, two- good colored
scliitolM. A entiled school h-been authorized by
7 : MiUiiiery, tc " . - -
' Mrs.-IT. M. Herndon S. Whitlock, Mrs. M.B.
Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs RK Porter. -Attorneys
Ai Law.- -nr-rm.l
Ar Mnore. J. H. Merrtmon. E. H. Mer-
rimon. M. E. Carter, A. i. Carter, Gudger fe Car
ter. J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, W. 8. uusnman,
-Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W. W. Vandiver,
Davidson & Martin, T. A. Jones, 8. H. Reed, W. B.
Tuiii:mir. W. R. Wliitson. Jones and
" Hardwickei Johnston it- Shuford, W. M. Cocke,
Nate Atkinson, A.T. Davidson, W. H. Malone,
- V.S.Lusk, P. A. Cuiamlngs, A. J. Lyman,
' ' rJiysicians and Surgeons.
D. J. Cain, W. L. t W. D. Hilliard, John Hey
Williams, J. A.' Burroughs, J. A. vaisontM. i
Nelson, Wardlaw McGill, H. P. GatcheU.
' . y. v Dentists, i 1 d
G. W. WMtson, B. n. Douglas, R. H. Reeves, A.
, B. Ware. . . .
lianls, Bankers and Brokers:
Bank of Asheville, Sluder A Barnajc1
Mcrcltai Tailors. .
' J.W.Schartlc. .' '.
Dealers tn Furs: .
" M. Ellick. ' ' - '
Real Estate Agencies.
Walter B. Gwyn, A.J.Lyman, Katt Atkinson,
E.J. Aston, B. M. Jones.
J.. s ArcJiiiects and Civil Engineers,
- tf'fl F Venable. J A Tennaat, ' - - - '
- '. - TObacco Warehouses. J-:
The wrflle Warehouse, The Banner Ware
hons'Tne farmer's Warehouse, "Ray's Ware-
lH-rf, lhe Buncombe Warehouse. - .
Tobacco Manufacturers Chewina and Smoking.
8. B. West, Mccarty & Hull, J. E. Ray, E. L
Holmesit-C., Shelton fc Perry, W.P.Williamson.
' , .. ... , - Cntyner. Ar..
h.J. Sorrell.'iir. W. Girdwood, William Weaver,
Mines, Liquors, &c.
- Longhrart Eros:;' Hampton ic Featherstone.'.W.
u. juuiier, a; co., a. r. tsorreu.
- Cain & Hunt; Mooro t Falk, R. L'FitapSlriek.
Daily and Wkkkly Citizen, Daily and Weekly
Advance, rne Asheville Tribune (weekly.)
V - - - " j()5 Offices.r-
: t The Citizen Job Ofllce, Hunt it Robertson.
- ' Photographers. "' " -' '
. Nat.W. Taylor, W. T. Robertson, T. T. Hill.
Grist Mills. A&
Jordan it Hallyburton, N. WGIrdwood, Jas.E.
" . Fertilizers. &c. '
F. N. Waddell, "Star Brand." Penniman it Co.,
"Anchor Brand," G. M. Roberts, Alex. Porter,
"Piedmont," W. H. -enland, "Owl Bracd," Bear-
Hen, Kankir. & Co., "Oder t- Co.'s Special," Lyon
it Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes, "Ar
lington," W. W. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," N. W.
' Girdwood & Co., "Soluble Pacifio'. , ,
v ! i Insurance.' ;
E. J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch.
- - - W. U. Telegraph.
H. G. Weldon, manager. . ...
. ' Southern: and Adami Express. "
F. A. Stikeleather, manager. ...
Civil. Officers of Buncombe County.
Sherifl J. R. Rich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; Si
C. Clerk E. W. Herndon; Register J. R. Pattersor.;
Treasurer J. H. Courtney; Surveyor B. F. patton:
Tax Collector T. W. Patton. . ..
' " ' ' Inferior Court. :
. Justice G. A. Shulord: Clerk Mont Patton; Solie
. lor H. B. Carter. . . , .
County Commissioners. . . ' ., -:
J. E. Rankin, J. A. Reagan, G. W; Whitson, L.
L. Chllds, Thos. D. Brittain. -V... - F,,. . .r
JutHea of the feaee. -;":-.-f!-"'
A. T. Snmmey.N.A.Ponland, T.W. Patton, C.
B. Way, J. M. Ledford, J. M. Jarratt, J. B. Cain. -
i -City Government. ' - ;!--" '
: Miyot E. J. Aston; Aldermen W. T. Reynolds.
Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F. Bcott, L H. Gorenflo, N.
W. Girdwood and J. L. Murray. Policemen A.
II. Balrd. W. G. McDowell, J. IL Haapton, Hutjh
Postell and T F Hunter. . . 4,
'-' m ' 'iFire Department. :' -;
nose K. 1, Foreman H. C. Fagg; H. it L.lfo. 1.
Capt. A. F Hull. . .. .. - : J
- Sanitary Department.
Dr.T T Millard, 8anltary Chief." : $ ,
: Federal Officers. - ' - - - ' - ':
U. 8. -Commissioner, A. T. Summey. Deputy
Collector, (stamp office) A. T. Cooper. District
Deputy S. C. Herren. DepEty Marshalls, R. O.
Patterson, A. C. Patterson, T. K. liavls, H. S. H.
kins. - - ' :
United States District and Ctrcuiti Courts. '
Jndge II. P. Dick. Solicitor J, E. Boyd, Clerk J.
E. Recdt Deputy ClerkP. A. Cummlngs. : :
Q t . ..: Post Office. -" V '.:S.:'.y-.:;'"
n. L.iudgeTP. M., CleTks W. B. Moore, W. L.
Norman, A. L. Clift'.
Sewing' Machine Agencies: - ' " '
Wbehler it Wilson, J. E. Herring, Chief Clerk
Miss Bessie Justice.- Singer, M. H. Morynihan,
Chief Cierk W. Monteath. Domestic, 8. R.Ched
eMer d- Hon, Chits E le. -. N. ... ..
fXoTK Th!re mnylif-emfmlnlhealjoVr.whirli
V. 1 bo rl(.i V ft'TU : i HJilltl Ilit:l;t;'i.
VOI2);INO. 55. : ' -':
-i. FOURTH PAG h
Arrival ttmd Departure if . Trl.
- 8 jlUBBDBt Arrives 8:37 A. ... .
Departs 57 p. -? . -
Tennessee Arrive 5:37 p. , f "
-- Departs ft 47 M. U. i P.
- Wathrsviixk Arrives 8:60 1. M. ! I - '
. Departs 9.-00 a. r. J ...
- The WaynesYille train reaches that foint t
1 50 returning, leaves Waynesrille at 830.'
SODA . AKD MINERAL WATFtS ON
V7: t VGJITAT PELHAM'S, -
,The b;st 5 cent Cigar in;ivr.i i
ons'" White Koee." -j.
W. Tr-Weaker.-Sole Aeentlfo
Hand-Made Shoea for mem, o .
y fknd imrJpbWorh,oJ afc KMs to the
Citizen tiffify-if:you Woi.ftxN neaily,
cheaply and witA dispaich.'ff X I, : :-, .-;
Barometer at 9 a.
Sky Clear. '."";
Wind S. W.
m. 30;54. v
TOE DAILY CITIZEN
Will be published, every evening (ex
cept' Sunday) at the following rates--slrtctly
One Year, T
Three - .
One " ' '.
; V il5
One Week, '
Qur Carriers will deliver the pater ev
ery evening in every part of the city to
our subscribers, and parties wanting it
will please call at the Uitizen Umce.
Three houses to rent,
Walker, Bailey street.
: A smaU lot of Hardware, Saddlery and
Vrockery, at a large discount.
2t ' II. REDWOOD & CO
Ziegler's and Banister's Fine ShoesKalso
warranted hhoes much lower tn price
- 2t , II. RED WOOD & CO.
' A number of our citizens attended the
services at Weaverville College, yester
day. '.' . - t J :
Senator Zeb Vance will meet with a
regular old-fashioned Buncombe recep
tion at W eaverville College- Wednesday.
Don't make a purchase elsewhere be
fore examining J. L. Wilkie &: Co.'b
greatly reduced prices on everything and
you will save money. '
The roof of the Presbyterian church is
being tinted, and the brick work of the
tower has probably reached its highest
point. The church will now be rapidly
pushed to completion. - ;
Summer fruits as well as summer veg
etables are becoming plenty on thip
market. We have a fine specimen bf the
Irish potato, the product of Squire Sum
mey's gardenbefore us. .;.
tors were in the .city. Some, perhaps
all attending the. church services, and
also reading a new page in the beauties
of mountain scenery.v y-y T
"The Battre of Brandy Station" will
appear, so' as to appear' in full in the
weekly .issue of next week. It is too
long for our issue of the daily, and not in
hand in time for this week's weekly
The Superior Court of Buncombe was
in session this morning hearing motions,
and transacting some other business not
requiring tne intervention of a jwy. We
presume there will be a. final adjourn;
ment this afternoon. 'm, ;
The trains all went to work ; ye iterday
on their new schedules. The tain on
the Murphy Division resumed (ts Sun
day run, and the new day trains letween
here and Salisbu
y came and ient in
. Esquire Suminey on Saturdav
I24abstrdftts of taxes; in other;
i24 indiYidiialrgaveln tiieir taes.-This
is a great day 's work for a single indVif
dual : when the closo scrutiny bf satlj
species of work is considered. -I ' j
Mrs. Thomas W. Branch, residence on
Spruce street next door to Baptiefchurch,
is prepared to have a music, clasp at her
house,' or will go' to the resilence of
scholars if. desired. Vocal or Instrumen
tal music taught Mrs. Branca has bad
much experience in the - music&l world,
and we know can give satisfactbn. i-
. The weather-yesterday was tie hottest
of the season, and the night tht follow
ed was almost sultry. If so ' nit in the
mountains what .must it be down below
the mountains and on the coast? and we
may now begin to look for- rumors jof
pestilence from abroad. :
- Mr. Wm. T. Kandall,-- f Nashville,
Tenn.", who recently spent .g -month at
Mr J. H. CartcrVin this place with'tha
hope of improving his health, returned
to Nashville about three "weeks ago and
died in that place oft the morning of the
12th inst.-r Whilst here he was visited
by quite a number of the Masonic fra
ternity, of which' order he was an -honored
member. .--fi. - - C .
Convict Captured . .4:'J -
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f'.OxiT Old Fort correspondent, under
date of' this morning, informs us that
Fortune Hilton, an escaped convict from
the" works near Asheville, was captured
at Old Fort yesterday. "by"Mr.! Edwards.
an engineer, and sent back to the4 quaK
ters this mernimr. having been .identi
fied by Mr. W. C, Troy, superintendeBt j
Just received Lace Edainat- and all over
Lace, White Pure Linen Lawn, 6c Ixiwns,
uvnghams,- ISlack Dress Uoods, VKecked
Nainsooh, -Gauze Underwear. Straw JIals.
Fans, fc ; H. REDWOOD & CO. .
liorongh instructions in Vocal and
Instrumental Music, Drawing and Paint-
mg.-i - Miss C. E. McMcrrav,
at Dr. Wilson s residence, .
" 4td corner Nv Main and. Cherry shi'
Velve(s,SiJks,Sains, all wool Dress Goods,
TMiite Dress Goods in or eat variety. Printed
Lawns and Fercalt. Ging1cms, Prints, &c.
. - jJt.imjjyyuijLf& cc,
2 j-.; '" jv ;! ; One Price Store. :
Corns ctired bv havin? vnr uli nnn.
niade at W. T. Weaver's, anrl t.Y.
CJicjruutn's t-I..irt-o cure.' -----T .'
--SOLTDS ANT) RTTBRT.ES.
". , , sKRSOsyiiAQn 13th.
ifessrs. Editors : There was a large and
enthusiastic ' meeting of the citizens of
this place Friday night, "called together
by the Board of Commissioners for the
pnrposeof devising the best mode of ad
vertising more extensively, tlie advan
tages in a number of views, of this beau
tiful city and the surrounding country.
Many ladies graced the occasion with
their ( presenre f and : approbation, and
everyttdng ad,l5fl?yVn w
hate ' no doubt joutthe ':Teven of this
loaf'! will bring' " an ' abundant yield.
Speeches .wered Wthe pouitJby!
who had been heretofore appointed; fe
cided that advtlsing by ; pamphlet
-would b of moot naa at -pregftntyCbri nfr'
ing Deiore iac ponc;ui ytvriwr aysn
tageq i)f. Uii; 4?tioijj afJ-UuiU-y' wJaLh
has .been bo laountifully. suppjied .with!
everything to make- lt.desjrable- as a
summer resort and a "permanent' home.
The meeting adjourned to meet again:
next Friday night. This is a jnovejn1
the right direction and with unity of
action, which was a characteristic f the
meetins last nieht. these efforts will re
t, these enorts will re-'
suit in: mcalcalable benefit t& th& cdunty;
andcity :;i-f'r:"l3.1 :kn"f , i
Summer r visitors f have commenced
coming in and the hpiela' and . boarding
houses are better prepared 'than ever to
accommodate the large inimber expected
this season.'-. j" ,' i'A l ' . - J
The young .gentlemen of this place
have organized a base ball club and are
oracticine. and ' we learn that at some
future day propose trying the metal of
the Asheville club.. ,7 ,tf . 1
The, clobing , exeroises of Judson Col
lege commences next Wednesday and as
this will be a Very interesting and ; en
joyable occasion -we hope that many of
our Asneviue ifienas WW, pe overf j .
Let us know if your worthy Mayor has
recovered from, his electric , shock. He
must be more careful. We shbuldau.ch
like to have seenXapt.' Weaver! dancing
the Polkato tire music furnished by Miss
Hurst. You shall hear. from us again
next week, y, yours truly,
. -in V Job Rory
. 1 :
The CiiyTAUqfl'A, . . .-.
K The regular, . exercises of . lhe institute
were'UspehdeaSatUfdiiy'ahd we have'ho
report to isakclinH thJa' -issdeJ The teach-
ers very gladly took a holiday, and scatB
terd 11 n andlnwn tha xailsoaL&s choiceil
or tliarice 6fected."T?urioers went ,t:
Warm 'Springs, and quite a number, wea
are Efl ad to learn, came here, though it
was not our good fortune to tneet them
The Teacher of Saturday says: - '
''While a number who did not care to
go so far ore delightfully rusticating among
the many, shady dells about Black Mount
ain! i All Hyill return Sa'deto 9
dendron, ivy and other beautiful trophies
of the tripe, This place of meeting for the
es of the greatest comfort and enjoyment
tor tne teacftersjf f- y"':. '
Hon? B. Vance arrbr irJs'woVnSgig,
He delivfcr ' th;. arwal ' address before
Weaver vil ie college: aeift week ,ancf n
Yesterday! evenmgjiTTli'cToc r.&fefifc
Peter's Cathedmr.-Mft-Micfeael F, -Borke
and.-. Miss Bosie Levier were married,
VerylevyA. Vanlde Nf Tfrf performing
the ceremony. Mu Burke is ffne of the
most populat telegraph-operators at thi
Western Uniqn office, in this city, and
has recently received a first-class1 position
at Asheville, N. C. He left with Jiis bride
for that place onthe"2 o'clock train over
the. Richmond 'and . -DaavUlfe-railroad,
wung w ivii xiicu- wjo 4Wbu-wiBueu or nam
Dispatch of this 11th. Mf.'Barke and his
fair young xJkB.
Mr. Burke -had entered upOB - thd duties
of is cmee yodOg;cdae:ttt
present boarding-atf the Grand Central.
and we 'besk,ftneih''nei:kiridly
attention of our cftizens:
lw theiAsfleVii cwiiiw;
a i ui Hosnuvf Ni :, Jon IStB, .
To mjf jnends u MaywSQr n, r-.t:i ,
I learn: that a report is in circulation
in your, county to the effect that I have
stated that I favored the stock law for
Buncombe, but would object to it in
Haywood as I owned, in company with
others, some range lands in that county.
I said that the law would, I thought,
operate against me, individually, in both
counties, ranging' cattle as I -do, but I
also believed it best for the country gen
erally, and in the end weuld help me
with All otharsj-and. that I favored it in
Buncombe, arid if the people of Hay wood
wanted it, shouldfavor it foe that towrjj
shipin which-I am interested. I believe
we canrwork together hereafter, as
gtibors and friends, as heretofore, and
tne stocK law wui aid us ail most mate-
ially r , f J. Q. Ccrtis. i
Drum-jTlajor Amiss, of tha third regH
ment Nj Cf S. Gy thowed ns jlhis morn
ing ontf OKthe neatest uniform vests We
eTei jpaw made for Vim by Mi IT. Ellick,
this. city. It is noV:Bnly made on-the
latest military styleid elegantly made,
but will idd gorgeousness to the fine
form of Major Amj)Theother boys
Will look' wittr'e-rfiftifc-fiVed in vv whpn
thrnandsomitt(um-majAr istout ' i
- , - - P (-V l
Jti3sr T$L Farmer
Jf&fir1lgp&, larrivedq- Asheville
for,thfrtrarpoe)ffedending t$e summer
1 f 1.1... ' i . , i -, 1 . :
fated the Fjnly Chuiin.
Mr. TtjgLyphf,r:Jp PSiladelphik,
with his wife, and Miss Gertrude Weil
and sister, of the a the place, arrived here
Friday, and are f-VgueBts of Mr. II.-if:
Lyons. Mr. I. LLyons,oNw Orleans,
with his family, 'also arrived - here. Fri
day, and have taken possession pf their
summer resilience easi 01 tieaumon. t
Watt Hill. Jn the. Dcavef
South Main street, can f-.tr ' '1
any tiino. '.Beefsteaks a s; 5 . ia
3... ..... ' - ' -v- :- - i
She Sg"6'sata -atd adi 'con"
clftjfe ii;(bj)ttll,r. oar is
Bufe:6f iday""We'-i8e ''-
0ttNatt'.'XtJibaso' way of
cj?,rjderTiirig-the ac of tKe; legislature in
paasing tbA'ito'rHwispfi'cially: the ac
tion" of the -representatives from Bun
comWr'wWibSf Jnroictl, had
pledged themselves tew-fote against any
such.lawth4'438 tSd3actioh of the
Justices and Commissioners for refusing
to' near tne' comnlaindf teltizrfhs of cer
tain townships dni the mt day of June.
He" ' was! Wye.ie '.the
counsel, Wid vised thIieople to peti-
tio ittwomTOiisrQ'ners' to all j-bTe:; mag
istrafes together ; a SQpi,ias:6sibl9 to
hear the petitions,' and determine- the
Dr. Xolr then-ookihe floor,1; and
him to stop CaV'.few inirlutes: and while
this colloquy - was going on; ealls - were
&ade for Mr. Richmond; JPearson,, 'who
respdiided. MiHe explained ht c.6urse in
the legislature on the no-fence law; that
he had .pledged the people to vote against
such measure; ahd ,lh:Jhad kept ;ithat
ledge. thajjiiixoj Jeajeshayjng..made
no pledges, were determined to pass the
law, but his. opppsiiion secured from
them a compromise, which resulted in
the law as passid'jabeolute for certain
townships, optianary f or the others. Had
he not objected, tie law would have
been absolute for the whole county, and
he expressed bis appreciation of the
courtesy shown him by "this colleagues,
in leaving it eptionaryl for certain town
ships. Thought that where the stock
law was wanfied.it should prevail; where
not " wanted,! sudald not be enforced
against the will of the people. Some of
the townships bf this county were too
poor to cultivate and too steep to fence,
and it would work a dnrel hardship upon
poor people living in those-townships to
najcato.flubmit to the noTfenca law. Mr.
Pearson criticised the action jof the Jus
tices and Magistrates Beverely in not
hearing the petitions he- and others had
for Black Mountain.- Averys .Creek and
Swannanoal townships. He would not
denounce the democracy,- wr hold it re-
SDonsible for the' action of a irresponsi
ble body, lie wisneo. to umce witn ins
fellow-citizens 'in condemning in the
Bevereet 4nrler; . th.fla grant outrage
C, of certain town
ships by ivtba Juticcnl Commission
ers. Mr. Pearson co&tinued at length.
Messrs.J. H?Jrrrffi6n and C M. Mc
Loud then responded to, callsdiscussing
mainiy inq iiegai Biaiusj oi uie qmesnon-,
denoudcing' any !e"fibrt to coquect this
matter with politics, saying that the
Dower still devolved uoon the (ixnrnia
siitrar'laftd' JtgtfCeB to( meet and Jifear
tnexompiainis-oi-ine people, ano tney
believed the Justicesand Commissioners,
composevi as they were of our? best citi-
nrAnlil t a if nob A1 n - -I uvaam
menaCd tnat ine-CommiaBionerstiFj Te
quested . to call a quiet meeting at as
early a day as possible, far this business.
They did not. wish to be considered: as
taking part tn any action or expression
which would tend to 'give a political
coloring to this meeting, but would
unite their voices with an indignant pub-
1 ; i .1 1 - f 1 1 -r .
iiu. .agaiiisi, . me acuon . 01 me -jusuces.
They counselled the people of the town
ships involved 'to ask for another meet
ing to eonsider '(heir- ?rievancesj if not
heard in this appeal, then resort to the
cpurts, which, in their qpioion, could and
would give relief. ; ! -'- !
u Mri T.- .X Candler-took the floor and
expressed surprise at the turn things had
takers. JI9, believed; the Justices had
perpetrated a trick, an outrageous trick,
upon the people, and did it deliberately;
and t air come from the fact that ' the
Justices and Commissioners were, not
teleetedby the people und were not re-
f , i . .1 1 f . 1 r 1
Bpoomum to ine people ior tnen acts.
This meeting should denounce first the
legislature for passing the "stock-la w; Bee
end,' 'the- eonnty, 'governments system,
third, the ' conduct cf. the Justices ; and
Magistrates on the first inst., anoVdeclare
a purpose to support no man hereafter
who would not pledge himself to go for
the repeal of the no-fence law and county
government system, and introduced res
olutions expressing such sentiments;
Mr.' Candler' &ld toad a resolution en?
doreing the action of Mr, Pearson in the
legislature on the stock-law.' ' 1 '
Mr1 Pearson- said he could not en
dorse the resolutions of Mr. Candler, and
offered. a subatitute.therefor. t 'L. W j
Mr. Atkinson said he' could not en
dorse7 Mr. Pearson's substitute; this meet
ing wasifb1a'three-fold purpose, to;de
nounce the , legislature, for passing the
stock law. Jhr jany portion ,of the county,
to dehdmice the county ' government
sjAtemy and the action - of the. Justices
jnjnotihjsarjLngj the, petitions of the peo
ple, oijcertaih townships, and to- pledge
themselves to vote for ho man who would
not go for the repeal of the county gov
ernment syetam and stwk-law- t !
1 -, Mr..,Candler sueeested that Mr. Pear
son's substitute withthe suggestidris 'of
uapt. Atkinson incorporated would meet
the' objects of the meeting. Upon sug-
Bosuon tneae were added, and, as amend
ed, the substitute, was- adopted. It is as
folloM-s,:, , ,. ', .;. ,V ' "'
Th c' pe6ple bf Buncombe county; i rres-pe-ctive
of party organization or political
"taffltlatloir, have assembled in mass meet-
na- to cqndemn:and protest against . the
Wctidffortne .Board or Justicesand Com
missioners on the 1st-inst., and do de
clare that the attempt of said board, if to
deliberately force" upon the- people of
eeriaiaiowuauips 01 tuis county xne law
known as the .No-Fence or Stock Law,
against tne express wm 01 a large major
ity of the good, citizens of said townshlnfl.
is an arrogant and flagrant usurpation of
Tbe refusal of said board to receive or
listen to the respectful petitions of many
hundreds of Our best citizens; is a viola
tion of the inherent and constitutional
righto f the people;' --. " -.
. We-declare the action of said bdSrd to
be unwise in that said Stock Law is un
'suited, to Infenceableafid bntillable rxioun
tain lanus. - - - ..; .. t.-.- , -; - : .-,-; : '
. -W declare it-to be undemocratic in
that it -thwarts and subverts the will of a
majoniy 01 ut peoples r fj r, i f
B declare, it to be unricessary in Uiat
the townships where he law is absolute
afrffif' W'wjse affected by the'loption
or rejection of the law; m the outside
tOWnSniS. i, t l' ;V; fr--.-w.'- .
We declare It ito -be; despotic and r"vo
luttbnary in that it.defies the ,v-
people," traia pies under "
right 01 peiuu:
was proceeding speaiewjjtb mwsirTf-- pTaan,pracUcar,BtronginustratedeTn
thusiasm. when M. Toin; Candler asked on to young men and women, l .direcjkinff
Jiberty 4tha as endufiiig and sacred as the
everlasting KOcit 01 ages. . i.iu-j imu
alt is resolved farther, that this meeting;
of jthe people of -Buncombe; tcpuBtyj ,de-i
hounce thosemenibeirB of the Legislature1
that parsed the, "no tfen'ce .law" against
tbtf known wish& of"", triajority'of 'the
people,' : as unworthy of public trust, and
that We will neyep. support any candidate
for the Legislature jw9 is no known r boj
be in favor of the repeal of! Jbe aforesaid
"no fenfteliw": tlsa who are not lh favor
"of the repeal of 'the! rrfesenfc'ystenv'df
county : governments 11 .liJtA., i;oii i
rtlti 'H--1 f..l'. .m.'S.ll f1 )hS-'..y.i:
,WCATUT(IXB , jfapUffo CflMJ--:jfp-:iEENT-
4 , Thif ,yeryJntwpsng.;9ccaaipn jhegan
Sunday,, and wiU be. fawt$i
row and tiext 'day., sterdayi Eev, Bi
.Price,: .editor , pjf , tbje HftlstoftJ Jhrhstm
Adtocatc, vA one of ibe ahlest.clivinesLiii
the OinferenceJprjeaohedttiB baccalaure
ate sermon to a, very large aqdionce His
text was " Work -out ypiir pwn. salyatidn
with fear and trembfingVVr.The. subject
was self-reliance; and was presented in a
etrons', Impressive and enective manner
their thoughts to the respbnibilities and
puties and obligations of life1. May the
good seeds sown fall on good frround. und
-spring p an hundred foldj.i 'j'iht.: ';u-.
., xo-morrpw the regular commencement
exercises take "olace' - Wedneadav the
I an nual address "before ihe , t wd ' societies
wui wueuvereu oy penapor . z. : y ance. -
j.ue past session. 01 the (Jolleee hasK
not only been a -eueeessful "one, but in
many ..Tespfects,. most 2 gratifying tq its
friends; and we are pleased tP; pote that
all indications' for the. next term are still
more encouraging. It. is well officered,
by 1 devouty1 hard-rirkingf'painatakin,
intelligent: gentlemen! and,- ladies; and,
deserves tk(j ponddence. arjd patronage
of the; pabliCM.-f,;.; ,! 1.hyrU
'"- srjfftAy at tei,A'te MovKTAlrsrj' !
:,iiO'Uf ,'1:1 .in j'ti.' 47 !?; fi.';i
A y GOOD ilSElLVOX. DISTINGUISH!
ED ,VISnORS.-THE' teachebsI
'. INfELLltlENCEiAKD JiEA VTY.l
tri in- Mt. Mjtc h ell . HotklL . ;';:
r-j- Black, MouNTAiifr, June njiSy) ti
i Jbs. jCiTiZEN:-This rolriantic. hot is
ixqi filling Mfiapidly,.aridinth.e cou.rse
of a 'few. more days,' here w3t be - three
hundred guests. . ' Mr. Stfepp is aiow receiv
ing iai large number, of letters froai djfferj
ent 'portions' ot our owrt State ' for accom
modations, -and also front iothfer 'Soathern
State's, -'New Orleans, Mobile Montgom
ery'," Augusta and Atlanta.' '-Mri Stepr and
his wife use every1 "effort in their power to
make their guests-feel at home. . Persons
need -not hesitate about Coming to this
beautiful hotel. for ; fear of -not ' receiving
good fare and every attention that will ren
der them comfortable,. , There, is now quite
a number of . guests ' here outside of the
teachers' convention." '. We have that dig
nified and venerable manColi L C. Wash
ington, .- and his good. wife from Kinstoh;
Mr..Biirwell, of Charlotte, Senator Vance's
former , law partner; his brother the drug
gist, spent a few dajs. Mr. Edmund S.
Bttrwell; and wife ftom Charlotte have been
here for the past week. "Mn B's thild was
rqcnie muk pemre tney 'letr Homer Trie
pure atmosphere has unproved the .'child
very much. . We have also another distin
guished son of North Carolina here, Dr.
Johnston B.: Jones, of Charlotte.. Col. J.
K.' Davis, the manager of the hotel, will
keep it in first-class style," and when I 'say
that, I do ; not mean in an artificial -way.
We had a yery good short sermon ; in ,the
hall to-day from the Key., A. B. Morgan.
Ypur Ashyille people ought to visit this
place often while the teachers' Convention
Continues.. .'It is a very 'intelligent body of
both sexes. : .. There are learning and beauty
in.the convention, ',; vftjiiirf Ctizbn,,.
H.DTKX vAfijtfVALSi ,(,,.;!;,.; Jvi-,.;! ' uM
! i Western rH D E ,Rqberst, Leicester:
Jos Ray, Mi A Brank, ,WeavervilleF E
Lytle, ArdehjF M Jones, IIomihyrF W
Richards; -Johnson City, i Tenn; -Geo E
Thomas, Abingdon, ,Va; W. K McLean,
Ivy; G W Davis, Charlotte; ,"W ' GCor-.
pening, county.)' j jiv. -fr i -:y,"
Suxtnnanoar--J: , E Rucp bough, Varm
1 bprings; Miss Jou. Taylor, Abingdon, Va;
U Brown, Atlanta: Charles Gill, S Clinton
Cooklaftd, Baltimore.:-" ' "'il J.'- ' " ' 1
Eagle B C Mitchell, Waynesville W E
Martin, Louisville. Ky; D 0 Click, Arden;
W G Sampson,kwife and daughter Chan
dler Sampson,Orange,Lake, FJa. j ' 1
r , Gjrand OnUralT S Osborne, G WiWili
son, city; J Nichols. Marshal): H C TrOtt,
Salisbury:" '.". ,
, -. m mm. 1 i 1 1 j rr-i: i -.'. ! ! '
oXtr: Ji 1. 7Curry;preacbfid Sunday
morhing in . the - Baptiat church to . a
crowded-house.- Dr,-Curjry-is-oae-Qf the
most able divines in the pulpit, and bis
sermons, are always listened to with both
pleasure and instructions. V v-''i !
"'-'.. yi i .'" , -
An Appeal to. the Chactacqua.
Pon't forget that Jasper Ii'fSmathers1,
your old 'friend . at 'WaynesvSUe; is", at
present funning two 'busses to. and from
th e. depot at Asheville. "He thanks ybu
for yo'u patronage last year;and solicits
a renewal. " i' X ' . :J " ;.','. " ; tjnly 1.' 1
: ,i An txcellmt stock of Ctothind, wetl cut ettid
well made'; id fixid-hid rtasorialle prices,.
Stylish-' Derby and Straw', '. IIats, LCollarsv
If you want
good 5 cent Cigar r P .to
Lyons' and ge
a " White ltose," .
Jr" All the great- aailies-NeW Vort
IIeiuil World, TIME'S TjNTaiBujJE,
Charleston IMews--ant cuaia,- tiar
lotto OBKR.VKX,y Raleigh iNewa-iasERy-ER,"yYi1mington.
Star,. .Wilmington .,R
vwi:i and Asheville. GiTiZEir--are to be
founY Tegularly ''at-"tM-'- Book 1 Stores' Of
J. ' N. -'MoVgan 'C&b, JK and
E. Pelham. .i'w-:-.1r--.-:'.K. t..i .-
'-The Daily Citizen for sale also at E-
B JiEK - CONTRACT;
'.'. ;.; WESTERN;;C. - t ::'.
.insane; as Yuu m;'
MORGANTON, , V,.:':.'..- '. N. C.
C EAIED PBOPOSAU Wlltb Jit EECEIVEl)
0 unta July 8i, 18B5, tor tb ''' . .;
1 Fcrrihhin$tf Btefi:far iha JJrtl Arp,.i
. Ijisane-Asylam,- ' .;v. ; -..
lor the period ol H months, from July 15th, 1885.
to be delivered twice per week In uoh quantities
as will be- required by liie Steward, ad of the
Quality to be approved by him. The Executive
Committee reserving he right to accep -"'.reject
an das. - - - . ai : vv
: June 11-iawKot . ' .
X ' ' ' '
VuJTr; Ties, Scarfs, Shirts ana Drawers; Jiaif
hose, tc.;"&4. W EED W OOD CO. j '
":'2t ' : ' '-'I"'' v ' ' '' i -
i " :j'i'.'.' il'l.'v';! ('' ' .rri i;j:.. o .
TIE; 5 CENTS
ASSOCIATE PRESS- TELSIG RAMSES rE-
y-J- ! ; fclAt' TO CITIZEN. if'-' ;i !
tiil-J f H'--l i Ur.W. -'lfi,I.T tlSi'i- 11.,
.atli'jby jLlKliluiiiK. , , .,
)I-.!i-.iiit.-..;l f -' ..M'f-:,T-rl '
h, ; . -t ' - xa.m .
kit , bot 1 lepts and ; Weill ago
bv; haa-- u.i-: -lis Omaha. -.Tuae
,f.The etond severe lain tod wind within
the .lastjWek. jVisited this section, yester"
day, One 'residence in Omaha was struck
By fightningbttt the pecuparits escaped iri-!
juries. A bralenian named "Sullivan"was
kifled'hy liglltiHrii near Columbus." Ini
mense damage Was lpnft in the Country -to
swoni;:-along 1e , Unioactli Kaiiroan
was particttiady severe. At. Millard, 20
miles yestj fwo lumberfards were entirely
blJwn awayi' ' At Elkhorn two houses and
barns'1 were blown down. For a distance
of eix miles West of Grand island the. tel
egraph poles were all laid flat,: The same
t fetrucfc fiorth Platte deoot. and was
blowing, it to pieces, when telegraph cpm
munication was cut on. lhe, aepot at
Phelpvs Station,' on the Burlington & Mis
souri .Railroad,' was partially ; wrecked.
Great : damage Was done for a distance Of
50: miles along the. Nebraska Railroad,: in
tflej-Southern.-' part' of . .the State,, a' great
lany.jUuildings being wrecked. Reports
are meager so far, owing to the mterrup:
tion ol telegraphic communication." "
' ' - m LL ';
Retnrn of the -Marquis of Sal-
.-.y.- -s-..::-.. -( ;, ..LosnoN, June 15.,
The Marquis pf Salisbury has returned
to London. There wilt be a conferehce
of thei Cbirservative leaders . this after
noon'.' - i
' f Primler.
-,: ' ' '' 1 iLoND03I,;June, 15.' i
;The London nira sayB Lord Salisbury
has. not 'accepted office . unconditionally.
Nothingwill be definitely settled until
the tiueea's arrival. -The Conservatives
will require some kind of guarantees from
their opponents that they will leave the
new Government until the general election:'.1-'
'?' ' ' ;'. ; -' i-::'!-"!
'''"' Cliarles. '.. ; ;
-.'' -.'. Potsoam, 'June. 15.-' '
Prince Frederick Charles, wh( had- a
stroke of appoplejy . yesterday, died this
morning' at 10 o'cloot. II is' cousin; the
I Crown Prince of .Germany, was present
as tne time 01 uis ueain ,
Hig lieiir Ha rd Pressed .
WlSNIPEC, June 15.
. .- "Hue following has just , been received:
(Chippeway) . Missouri; Portage of Beaver
Riv?r, June 1 1, 6 p. m., via Fortpitt. A
courier, just arrived from General Middle
ton's camp, near Loon Lakerepprts that
Big1 Bear' is: heading this way; and Steele's
men are'pressing hini very hard.' The river
has risen several feet' in the last few days,
thus preventing Big Bear, from crossing
with, stock! west of this poinW1') The 65th
regiment is tatjoned three miles down the
riven' i The. timber being'i heavy s east of
there Big' Bear will come in by an iuntrav
eleid trail, and' will thus be? snared. j
-ifi'M '-i ) 11 m m ; '" u.?.; !
.1 Virginia iidy poison-
"f Eli Bf II Fit IH SItA.M.
! i- 'MO'-i 'i: ,r;,i ;) -;'-
1 r Tlii SIiirderer Arresied. :
:!'-:' - - 'y l y-''V
' V; ' in ; Petklsbcp, Va'1, June 15.'
iira!,'j.. iX Pnryeat' yras murdered in
Dinwyldie Cpvnty,rlat4 Saturday 'night; 1
It isalleged tiiat site; was inurdered by ,
her ,buband .with strichnine adminis
tered in whiskey. Puryear was arrested
and lodged in jaSL; They were married a
year .ago, and lived unhappy together
mpstpf thd;time. Mrs. Puryear was ,22
years of age. She was . a , .daugh ter ; of
Dancaa Webli'of .Dinwidde County. A
poBt mortem -examination: will be made
to day for the .purpose of analy slug the
contents .of the stomach of the deceased.
Appointment - ','luc' " Pfesi-,
i:.(J ...if j Wasiiisptos, D. C. June o.
M,f.'Tiio,Ji-President, t day j Appointed
Frank T.Fprbes, I ostmasteratFrederlck;
6biirgl; :ra.,,.yice'j Xawrecce Taliaferro
suspended, and: John A-: Young at Char-,
liitto, NlCw:yice W.-W, Jenkins supend
ed. Postmasters r ati both places were
suspended for partisanship uporrproofs.
DeaUiftf Admiral ConrbeU ,
. .- PAnw, June 15. ,
In the chamber of deputies this after
noon -Admirttl Galiber, Minister Marine,
announced the death of Admiral Coiir
bet.!l The admiral died on board his
ship Bayard: nis :death. was caused ' by
in-ostratibri brought on by over work and
mental anxiety. " . r i -.- ' ''.-., :
Employees of (he Agricultural
v t Xepartmeut Pnrloughed.' :
1 jko Sloiiey'lo Pay ihem. '
'vlj- -:U- iu Washingtok June 5th.l;-Commissioner-
Coloman summoned to
his off!?, this morning j the entire force
of the statistical bureau of. the bgricultu
ral department, numbering 21 persons of
both sexes, and announced: that there
would- remain no money to pay their
salaries after the 20th inst; they were all
furlouthed without pay from this -20th
inst, until 1st Jahv .
And Job WorhoJ all kinds done witL
. promptness and mt low fricet. -
fit- .'- ! -i n, i -i i ,tT ! , ,--,i- Li h IL
w, '' . v . MAnsin, June 1,5.
; ;1The ' Chopra v is ' 'spreading' ' west'w'ai'd
aloiig ; the ''Medlterran'ean.'iiTbere,'''are '
several caws now in Alicante and Carta -genariTiteJvefijthonsand
Vladr j4, . faring: f h.e; pat weelf n conse
quence pf the cholera scare arid the je3ccr-
dus is increasing. 1 ,A r
:::-i':' : rmm , t .!1 " inr,l .1 "
iUv.'iT Balilmr Mawket". J r
.. ,'. Baltimoee. June 1.5 ;12 m.
' Floiir steady "witli a air local 'inquiry.
Howard street and .western-' Bupef "S 80
50, extht 3 50425.3- Family i S0(5 20.
City MillsjBupenS 2550,' extra 1 75
4 00, , ,Rip. brands- 3 ,Q03 1 Wteatr
Sputbern, lo-er and quiet, weaterniijt
CornJ-Bowtrtertl ' dull and k&wef.
i-esterh'dnll and cAiiy'Sauthemi white
SOyellow nominally at J4j rxyfs.
.-. -v... .. ., -
New York-, June J5. ' '
Aa usual on Monday during the slim
mer months' the stock exchange did not
open until 11 o'clock this morningi First
prices . were generally . ft , to i piv rent
higher than they closed Saturday, even
ing, while' Lake Shore and 'liouisviVle &
Nashville were up J. Tlie principar ac
tivity was in Grangers, Vanderbilt's, -Lackawanna
and. Western Union.n1l.1ii '"'
jjr.l iJ-A -Card fraOu B. fV PmttotsJ i .
I beg permission through the -medium of
your paper, to- call public attentKiivto the
improper action of the county conHntfssioa
ers, and the wrong done me in the appoint
ment of a surveyor to run the county' line,
at i their ; recent ineetine . here on the . 1 tt
Monday of this month. It is well known
that I am the duly elected and qualified
surveyor for the county, "and my, -fitness
and qualifications are not questioned by any
one who knows me, or has had an occasion
to have my services,' Now,' I ask? was- it
right, or in justice to me, after the. people
have elected me to this position; and .when
I have gone : to the -expense of ' purchasing
proper instruments,, to ignore me. and t;m .
ploy another surveyor no better qualified,
I suppose; than' I am. ' ' I claim' that1 1 am
the officer of the county for this -and, simi
lar work, and as such, think-1 am entitled
to 'the' benefits of such' service.' It is too
slim an excuse for the county -ctfmmiasion-ers
to say that they had to make a contract
with any one for this work, at the time
they did. ; Their duty, it occurs to me, and
will : likely strike the public, in the -same
light, was to direct the county surveyor to
do to the work, and pay him' for ' his ser
vices' whatever is prescribed by law, which
is plain in the case; and they know it, or
ought to, at least, t know "nothing' about
what the commissioners are to pay Mr. J.
G. Aston, only from rumor, and therefore,
will say nothing about it, only that I understand-he
is . to receive more; than the
law allows for such surveys. . ,
- Now, Mr. Editor, if the commfssTofitts
can show to the public, or to me, as county
surveyor, -any reason, or excuse for the
manner in which they have acteC'I will
have nothing more to say. Bat 1 cahnot
answer for the public, . , f ,., f
: ' 1 am, very respectfully, , '
: 1 B. F. ' PATVOM , fi-n
- , : . n County Surveyor .Buncombe- Co.",
Asheville, June 11. .
' Firttiass boots 'and shoe's made to '
order at - i T: ViH WsAVEA'F.i
i Your old thoes can be made is good as
new only at ,, , ,., T.,IWEAyEB,8.j
Western NCarolibft'lt. B.
1 , '.'-ui
: Westers N. C. Kiilroad Co..
' ' "' General Passenger Ofltee, '
. Salisbury, June ?tn,
On and after June 14th. 1885. the follow Ine dor-
b'.e iNiily PHOseiwer Schedule wiUrbe onetataHt Ir '
tnia company : , -
.1: ' ' -.i-. .u t-mt,(-
:- l.i ......... rralnNo l.
yi .f. .-: '
;TnOnK; 9 ,
Salisbury, i ' -: , , ' ; , iis a n
4U U 4A -
Statesvllle, z.si e-st
Newton; -,.! S37.i iAtTin;'
Hickory, 4.u . .u
Icard,. l.k IM'i 4.K2.IV
Monranton. o.uu . o.w
Marion; ' 5.57! .5? I 1 11.87 1
12.10 p m
1S.50 -.I .
" 1.41-a :
Old Fort, 6.28 12.10
Round Knob, . 6.45 i : 7.10 J .'V 1 -1118-
Black Mo aln, 7.48 7.4 l.-n
Cooper, - 1 ' 8.03 8 OS ,'-it 1 1 1.4t -
sd a juncuon. o.z ,o.iw . z.to ,
Aaneviiie, . -o.i
Alexanders, fl.22 .M
Marshall. '" 9.58 :U.W
:t'J- 2.13 p' "1 if-;
,vl L" ili:r. ; ! - r.A '
Barnanls, . I0.W 10.
WarmSpr'gs, 10.53 t
J, ; OOWa EAW
Train No. 2.
Train Na, 10.
S.26 s.w .
TArr '- T,'ve.'-!
120 am .
11.83 put 'HA '
lOJW . j j lo.: ,
M il : 10.U '
Btateavlllv, ' '
Hlcaonr. -:: M.11 .
icara, .. sf.wi;..
Morvanton, .17 1 "
Marion, 8.22 ,
Old Fort,-' ' ' .oj
Pound Knb, . 7.W : .,
Black Vou'n, 6.nt 1 '-. '
I .lll . 2.11
. . 6.32
1.42 1 1.4i
li.IT 12.18' '
11-57 , 11.67 to
r;V,.. IP-.W .
Coopers, j',6.18.;. j
8p'g Junction, 5.55 '
Asheville, i - ; 7
Alexanders. - 5.00 :
Marehall,. rj:;. , 4.83
Barnards, 4.15 ;
Warm Springs : .. .! j ,: r
' 'Goto West. ' -:
V. Traln.Ko. -li; : i i v 1
.V .i rraln-Nd.. .
A M .00 ' Asheville,
9.37 r 9.40 - r. Hominy.
5.50 ' ' P M
,:3.10 -,,; 3 It
10.05 10.09. w Turnpike, 2:43 i
lO.jai TrlO.-g ,,1-ia'uItlTen.i
11.02 11.0.5 -S. Civile. I ..'Hi lfXJ
11.8 u 11.40-. e; Wayueerie1,yj liir ;: ;";! S
19.15 1H.17 o Balsiro, - 12.16 118
12.40 ) 12.44 IS ! Hall, :ti , u 11.45 . . It i
1.19 1.96 F Sylva, .':.,.. , 11.07 ,10 0!
1.30 .: 13 ' . WebTBtat'a: - o.as ii no 57
8.06 PM Charlmtoii. AM 990
Tratnk on the Murphy DKUJon rtih dally, Bon-
day 4 includitd.. Balsam, is sawl statiuu; lioth
way. - ... -
Train No. 1 connects at Warm Bprlnrs with K
l.ViAUKll for all point in the South and
Southwest. ,. .. jr :.
I'raln JO. 2 connects at 6al).sbitry a 1th K D
train No 50 for ail point In tlie bul and South-
. Train No 10 connects at Salisbury , with. It & I
traim No 53. for all poiuta North. '
FiiUman Drawing Knonj Sleeping Carabetween
Ooldsboro and Anheviile, and Salisbury and Ashe
ville, on train Noa. 1 uj 2.
Ulcpant Pullman Parlor Cars between Sallnbiiiy
and Aslifvilie on trains Nos. 9 a4 10. V
. Round Knob is bakfiist nation lor No. 1. sup
per station 6rNo 2. and limnerstatiou for Na. 9.
Hickory is dinner station for No. in.
- ' W. A.TURK, A. G-. P.! A.
, M. SLACGIITER.G.l. A.(
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: A hanf'some, woll tlnlshenV C
tn-'e, uh 8 rif-'iK "! " ' '
i ;i ni'trs cf liiu.l t-"
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ana lower ror options. - Kouyiem.red HO
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