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editors and rnonun ons. -
, Ain k It TISINjG HA 2
BWHiiiwiiwwinii ijmi'i ii
Asheville liu&inefttt 2i,
- ' ilcueial Merchants Wholesale aiil lictuU. ,
C. E. Graham A. Co , S. R. Cbe4o1or A Sn, J. D.
Brevard A Uo ., J. O. Howell, S. Hnuimerslilag,.
O. K. Lee. H. Redwood & Co., J. 1 Smrjer, (i. A
- Mcars, A. IK Jones & Son.Bearden, Kunkiu A (.'a.,
V. II. brown, U. M-, Kolerts.- - ; , - . '
Garden and Field See l. ' '..','
Powell & Snider,' H. II. Lyons, A. J. JMerrlll, It.
Redwood Jc Co.. J.O. Howell, J. I, fcf.wycr, iiw
dcn. Kankra cfc-Co., C H. Moncurc : .
. Gram, Say and Flour" . .
J. It. HtanioB, Powell Sc Snider, "--Alexander and
- 'Hardware, Agricultural Implements &c.
: Pcnnimun & Co., VanGildet & Brown.
Sloven, Housefurnisking, and lavware :.
Ballard Bros., Brown- Beardeh, Lindsey Bros.
. Clothing Genlsf JFUrnttMnff, :';' ''
" Jmoc P. tiawycr, it. I-evj, Clones 1? Lee, S
Vhitlo-k. : . '
'JlixtlA, Shoes, and Halt. '.-.'
. W.T. Weaver, II. Levy. . Kv '
Boot and Slioe Jianiifaclureri : .
SI. Levy, M T. WeaverT A. FrecS. v; : . -.--
- .Boot and Stotfewtery..'-
,r J. L. Wilkio, J. K: Morgan & Co., II. T. Esta
rook, H. IL i.j ouk. . : :A ; .
- - . 1 Dnunyittt and DkarmaccnlMis ".- . ' -
fco., C:. U. Moncure, VV K.l'e!hanj V '
. Afunco. .ttKrumewte, Ce, - . ; '
"' Dc Vault Ero. .-'''' ' v J " ' -'' -v
' - ' Jewelers. ... '. ,y , .-
C. Cowan, StcEfner and RoVertson. " " :
: - - Family GroSeries. , . ;
rowcll and Snider,- S. R. Kepler, A. R. Cooley,
Tenlev & Co.. T; F. .Starr.es, G. W. Goodlake. A. J.
Merrill, J. K. AVarcr. M'ave and Howell, A. C.Davis,
J ames Kraiik-H. J.J. jraokey & Co.. Jesse R. Stamea,
G. Ii. M(?l)oiiald, W. h. Morgaa, FjM. Johnson, R.
H Nolun.1 A Sons.T. W.Skelton, 3. R. Trull, G. H.
KtHnitfi. N. rciilund, l'eoland & Alexander. Mrs.
J. C. Kuillli. ' - . ; .
- - Eulrliers, Mcat Dealcrs &c. . '
Ziiphpry ItroK., James Luskj'T. Davis, Mc
;)iinoll and Drake. v '.
J. J. Iksmond, F. M. Johiison, J. Cl Oliver,
' Confectioners and JialerB; . ' V - '
J. J. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston.T Wells..
.... ' " fiaddlcry, Harness, &c. i
,S. M. Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Pcnland.
W. B. Williamson, Moore & Falk, P. 8. Mc
Mullen. Undertakers. . '
X, Brand, J. V. Brown, John Clayton
- . Coal Dealers.' ' 1 -S.
F. Venable, D. S. Wat- on, Hill and Atkins
N. W. Gird wood Sc Co."
, Lumber Dealers . - I -
- oubleday t-Scott. . . " ' '. .
Contractors, Cavpcnters, and. Builders.
I. Gorenflo, John Hart, J. A. Wagner; T. C.
Westall, E. Jj Armstrong, 3. E. Buttrick, T. h.
Clayton, A. G. M esu ; ,
. lllacksmiihs . ;
- ' D. W. Cauble, 3.7&, Woody. -
. " : Hotels. .. - ' '
awnnnanoa, Eogle,. Grand Central. Western,
Carolina House, Was 1c House, The Villa.
Private Hoarding.' ''' .
S. F. Venable, A. T. Sammey, Miss Bcttie
Brown, Misses (kjflin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, 1. F. Emer
son, Miss Smith, T. W. Neel, Mrs. A. B. Chnnn,
J. H. Carter, G. M. Roberts, R. H; Grahl, G. L.Mc-.
Donald, M. J. Fags, J. A. Fagg, J. E. Rankin, W.
T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs.
Holland, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathers, Mrs E
L. Baird, W. W. McDowell, James W.Patton, M78.
Leicester Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H. C. France,
Mrs. A. Sinclair, P. S. McMullen.
Livery. Sale and Feed Stables.
Reynolds tfc Chambers, J, M.Ray, w.A. Wed
din. James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. Stanslll
Win. Cox. E. W. Herndon, S. H. Barnard. G." W.
, Morgan Sc Co., E. T.,Clemmons, Jesse R. Starnes.
Colleges, Schools, tc
Asheville Female College. Asheviils ' Male
Acalemy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High
School for young ladies, Miss lawyer's Primary
8c1hmi1, Mts. "J. P.Oarrrmon--iT4nittry Behoof,
- three white public schools, two eood colored
schools. A graded school has been authorized by
law, and a fatate normal school will be held every
Mrs. H. M. Herndon, S. Whitlock, Mrs. M. E.
Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs R R Porter.
Attorneys At Law.-
MsLoud t Moore, J. H. Merrrmon, E. H. Mer
rimon, M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudger Sc Car
ter, J. M. Gndger, F. A.-Sondley, VV. 8. Cushman,
Riehiriond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W. W.Vandiver,
Davilson Sc Martin, T. A. Jones, S. H. Reed, W. B.
Gwvn, Locke Craig, W. R. VJritson, Jones and
Mardwicke, Johnston Sc Shuford, W. M. Cocke,
Natt Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone
V.H. Lusk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman.
Physicians and Surgeons. - '
T). J. Cain, W. W. D. Hilliard, John Hy
Williams, J. A. Burroughs, J. A. Wateon, M. L.
Nelson, Wardlaw McGill, H. P. GatcheU.
. . ' Dentists. .
G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, R. H. Reeves, A.
B. Wans. .
..- " Banks, Bankers and Brokers. " . -Bank
of Asheville, Sluder Si Barnart'. ;: ,
Merchant Tailors. : ; : -. - :v
' . W. Schartlc. . :i
. Dealers in Furs. : . ;, , " '
M. Elllck. - ' ; .
Heal Estate Agencies. ; ; , ,.
Walter B. Gwyn, Jt. 3. Lyman, Katt Atkinson,
E.J. Aston, B. M. Jones.- - -
Arclutects and Civil Engineers,
S F Venable. J A Tennan i, - -. . -
Tobacco Warehouses. . :
The Asheville Warehouse, The Banner Ware
house, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware
house, The Buncombe Warehouse.
nbacco Manufacturers Clievring and Snioking.-
8. B. West, McCarty & Hull, J. E. Ray, E. I.
Holmes fe C., Shelton Sc Perry, W, P. Williamson.
I. F. Sorrell, N,W. Girdwood, William Weaver,"
Hart. ' .-V- - ---- - - . .
,. Wines, 'Liquors, Sec -
' Louchran Bros., Hampton Sc Feathcrstone, W,
O. MuLer. & Co., A. P. Sorrell. ; , ,; ,
- " Papers Hangers. v
Cain S: Hunt, Mooro Sc Falk, R, L. Fitzratrick.
' Dailt and Weekly Citizen, Daily and Weekly
Advance, The Asheville Tribune (weekly .J .
" " ' Job .'Oftcfs.
; The Citizen Job Oiilce, Hunt Sc Robertson, '
. . . Photographers. -i..
Nat. W. Taylor, W. T. Robertson, T. T. Hill.
: . Giist iHU, See
Jordan & Hallyburton, N. W. Girdwood, Jas. E.
Buttrick. McLane. , t . - . : ' .:
- Jibrtilttert, ..;' " ,v.-" -F.
V. Waddell. "Star Braiid." Penniman'4 Co.,
"Anchor lirand," G. M. Roberts, Alex. Porter,
"Piedmont.'iVV. II, penland, "Owl Braud," Bear
den, Kankir. t Co., "Ober & Co.'s Sf)ecial,'- Lyon
Sc Walker, "Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes, "Ar
lington." W. V. Barnard, '-Sea Fowl," N.,W.
. Girdwood Sc Co., "Soluble Pacific? . ; ,
. . ; Insurance.-' : '-.'f. -''.';'.'
E.J. Aston, Thos. W. Branch.
W. U. Tdcgrapli. -: ' .- -,
' S. G". Wcldon, manager. , V ; '
1 Souiltem and Adams Express. v".."
F. A. Stikeleather, manager. . ; .
- Civil Officers of Buncombe County... "
. Sheriff J. R. Rich; Deputy Daniel Reynolds; g.
- .Clerk E. W. Herndon; Register Ji K. Palterson;
Treasurer J. 11. Courtney; Surveyor B. F. Patton;
Tax Collector T. W. Patton.
. , -- Inferior Court. - . '
Tustice G. A. Shuford: Clerk Mont Patton; Solic
tor U. B. Carter. .
- County Commissioners. -
- J. E. Rankin, J. A. Reagan, -G, W, Whitson, L.
U. Childs, Thoa. Di Brittain. ,. ; , .
. Justices of the Peace.' ' " '
A. T. Snmmey, N. A. Penland, T. W. Palton, C.
B. Way, J. M. Ledford, J. M. Jarratt, J. B; Cain.
' Cily Government. . : "
Mayor . JT. Aston; Aldermen W. T. Reynolds.
Alonzo Rankin, Geo. F. Scott, I. H. Gorenflo, N.
W. Girdwood and J.' L. Murray. Policemen A
H. Baird.W. G. McDowell, J. II. HaK.pton, F.utih
Postelland TF Hunter. ; ' . , . rvv-. .
Firey Department. '-v-T.
- Hose N. 1, Foreman H. C. Fngg; H. & L. No. 1,
Capt. F A. Hull.
ixmttarv Department' ' -Dr.
D T Millard, (rRnitary Chief. .' .'
Federal Officer ''. - .
IT. S." Commissioner, A. T- Snmmey. Depr.ty
; Collector, (stamp cilice) A. D. (.cotier. District
Deputy is. C. Kcrrei). Di-ruty Mnrshalln, R. O.
Patterson, A. C. Patterson, T. liLDav is, H. S. Har-
kins ' t. '
I'nitcd States Dtttrtcl and Circuit Courts.
' Jiirtee R.T. Dick, Folieitot J. F.. EoTd, Cleik 3.
E. Rted, Deputy Cltik P. A. Cumicirgs... - ,
. Toot Office. .
- II. L.'Gndfrer P. M. t luis C.; B. Mooic, W. L.
Jorninn, C. L. Ciiit . - ' : : -. ' ; .' .-
' Sevang Machine Agencies. ' 5
vi,r.h!,.r WiUrn. J. II. KcrriiiR, Chief Clei k
Mis '.eic Justice. Hiiiger, M. lu Morjnilinii,
Ci.'iff Cli-rk V.'. Jirmf.u'Uli. Domestic, f, R. ( l.c.d-
urt.S.,tlms bicu. -
. fvt l:-Mni t,f ylnrttfiH. ' - -
r KXVl.,.....i,;'JH S-;!.i'!iitl B G Gtnlper. First
;'.jH'r m.tin'ir t-yl .M..t.:i.y in J-Ppienil-er.
-JK. 'V -
VOL. I. NO. 86.
INTERESTING READING MAJTEE
; ON THE FOUKTII VAGB. 1 '
Arrival and lxprlure it th Trains.
. Salisbury--JIai train arrives 87 A. M.
" .; Departs 5:47 P. n.
' ' r Day train arrives at 2;14jp- k.
" - ' departs at JOO A. K.
Tonnes site Arrives 5:37 P. M.. - --r.- -.
- - Departs 8:47 A. T'. -Wayuksvule
Arrives 3:50 v. a. ;
V . Departs 8:00 A, ii- ;';
Tho WaynesvUle train reaches ibat point at
11:30 ; rettuning, leaves Waynesville at 1.86.
Wentber Keport Jnly 22.
iBarbmeterr-at 9 a. m. 3021. :
-Tb ermonieier-Minimu m. 1 (52; maxi
rwum 83 - - . '-:''C " ' " ' " '
.AVind North. ,' V' ':," V-
Sky Clear. " - . : - " -
i: Moon Eleven days old." . ' , ? '
t-: ; mm ii ' ' ..- .'-. '-
SODA ANii . mUERAK' irATEkS C VX
The "bests cent Cigar, in town at Ly-
ona' "WhiteEose," ,.: jrw.v., . .c
-'- W. T. Weaver, Sole-AgcBt for Hess'
Hand-Made Shoes for men. V . -" tf
, '. . '' x
JSetid yfrJr- Job Work of all kinds to ihe
Citizen Office, if .'you uatU U done neatly,
cheaply and ititi dispatch ' '- '- .
TIIE IAII.Y CITIZEX t
; ,Will be published every evening (ex
cept Sunday .at the1 following ratesr
strictly cash: .-' - . .v.- . ' - .
One Year, '' . ' 'v . $6 o0
Six Months, ' . . .300
Three " : ' . : " . . ; . ; 1 50
One " . ; ' vr . ' . 50
One Week, . . ' . 15
Our Carriers will deliver the' paper ev
ery evening in every, part of the city to
our subscribers, arid " parties wanting it
will please call at the Citizen Office. .
A full line of both Taylor's and Rob
ertson's Stereoscopic Views at J. L. Vil
kie & Co'fl. ':..'': - '- :
Pelham sells medicines nt popular
prices. , See his list- ;-. : .1 tf
Jno. Dove, a negro convict, died at the
Asheville Jnnction yesterday morning,
from blood poison. ' -1 '-' '
Capt T S Kennedy, of New Orleans, is
at the Swannanoa.
Mrs. Henry Conner, of Swain county,
died last Friday morning. ,
Mr. Mark Bird of Yanceyi reached the
city yesterday. ' " . . V ;
. ilr E S Andrews, of Atlanta, is at the
Aston House., .:i',. ''.
' 'Mr. G W Ciaik, a prominent banker
of Montgomery, Ala is a the Swan
nanoa. r , .
Messrs. R Z Egerton, C K Cooke and
R T Clifton, of Lonisburg,- are visiting
the mountains ibr a few davs. -. "
Mr. Scctt, who was seriously hurt this
morning, was the only man on the train
who had an accident policy.
Mr. JoeUay. an old Franklin county
boy, but now a good citizen of Hay wood,
has been in the city a day or two., s
The accident to. the Coldsboro Rifles
this morning, cast a sad gloom over bur
whole community.. The wounded will
receive eery attention at the hands of
surgeons and citizens. v :; -" -
: The Mountain Island manufacturing
company of Asheville, has found a - mar
ket in Texas, having 'yesterday, -shipped
its first lot of chewing tobacco to that
State. , ; - . ,
Mr. W Q Corpening is doing some
very, excellent work in the nature of
opening new and improving several old
streets which was badly needed. And
the work is 'not only done very well,
but comparatively cheaply. , . ;
Messrs. ShepDeaver and Robert Jones
are ready, atTIampton and Featherstohp's
with a very large supply "of the best
drinkables, made out of the best liauors.
just received, ready for the visiting mili
tary, visitors ana tneir friends generally.
Call on them when you. want any thing
in their line. ' - , . ' .
Mr. J. A. Collins, the jsopulai repres
entative of Messrs. Fletcher Hall and
Walkers, Knoxville, is again on his Wes
tern Carolina beat. Mr. C. - who is just
from the west reports the prospects for
fine crops still improve throughout that
section. . ; -. ' r - - --.-':'
Death of Me. Wood Zacuaey. ..."
We regret to learn of the death of Mr.
Wood Zachary, a prominent citizen of
Jackson county, which occurred Sunday
morning at his home on Caney Fork,
Jackson. He was an uncle of our young
townsmen Messrs. Zachary. - ; , ? .
Niv Use foe Hbcggist's. Labels. t .
A wit recently selected from DeVault's
labels one of which he pasted in his hat.
That hat.is safe. -The label reads : "To
oe well shaken before taken." ; ; -V' .
Those 3rd Regimekt Cigaes ; f. - ' " :
Are hamlsOmely packed in regimental
stacks at Lyons' drug store. Their su
periority are commanding a regular old.
fashioned soldier's assault upon them sot
only by members of the regiment, but by
the admirers of "the gallant boys" ? ;
The Lolgiiran Bkos ' r
-".OCer special attractions to tlie- visiting
military, and . all other visitors, at the
"Bonanza" and' the "White Man's Bar."
Socth Main Street. Everything nice is
on hand, and ready, for service. ; Give us
a tall. -'-'-;'-- -."
Rockiis Bkosake See Pbicesi- v :
For this week only: Triple plated
Table Knives $1 75 per set: Desert size
l Co. Forks heavily plated on .'pure
nu kel silver'P 12 ptr set. 'lea Spoons
$1 62 per set. Butter knives and sugar
shells same quality, ouc. eacn. -Onadrunle
Tlate Casters $2 SO. A good
extra plate Caster $1 25. A fine artiele
of white handle knife at SI 50 and,f 2 00
per set. - . .- - - . ' - . .
Always tlielowt-Ht prices on Crockery
and Glass at Law's, opposite Eagle Hotel.
july IS d a w " - ' - .-'' " : .,
' . ' O1 . . . ' '..
PlUVATlC BCUEDIXG IS WayNEKVIiIr. '
- ,The undersigned' is prepared to ac
commodate aliniited number of boarders
at her home in Waynesville. Convenient
tatiie White b'.ilrhur hprm.s: Aecom
tr.t duticr.p cuarariteetl. " Tcrn.s moderate
if v 'MliS. J. V.. S. IvlclNTOMI..;
!- " Cue ft.tir foot fil.r.w ckFe, pood as nuw,
for sale at . i. vcaer h. - '
' 1 's
Keep it BnronE the People,
" Tliat the irambcr of guests at Haywood
White. Sulphur Springs is now between
one and two . hundred, hnt t room for
more. -..; " .- - :: ... - tf
Finished. . -- y :: s
Mr. J Q. Aston,' special surveyor to
run the county line, has returned, hav
ing'finished his work. Mr. Jesse M. Pat
ton accompanied throughout, and says it
is the roughest job he ever tackled be
fore. Several were with Messrs. Aston
and Pattonbut one after another fell by
the wayside and quit. Much consterna
tion prevails on South Hominy by the
running of the line "according .to the
records," wbch places most of that sec
tion in Haywood county. The line, ac
cording to the statute, calls, for a "straight
line from the top of Pisgah to the mouth
of the branch" at Smathers', or turnpike,
whereas the line as nnderstoodi has fol
lowed the' mountain ridge , known as
section are much, concerned over this
new line. We must have this thing ar
ranged. . ' '.;.'' f - , -'
NINETEEN COMPANIES IN CA MR
A tVILDEItNESS OF FLAGS !
' Asheville has never presented a. gayer
spectacle than it does at present. A un
animity of feeling possesses the whole
community,, and expresses itself , in all
that attracts the eye and captures the
senses. Flags float' every . where; on
roof and pinnacle and balcony, on hotels
and stores and court-house,;on tree and
pole and fence, and banners hang across
the streets and play to the breeze in in
terwined festoons along ctrnice and
house front, until the eye is dazzled with
so much of brilliancy. Music rings upon
the air to the accompaniment of joyful
voices and the hum of preparation or the
bustle of business. All is preliminary to
the beginning of a week of animation
unparalleled in the community. ; The
only draw back is the somewhat serious
accident to the Goldsboro Rifles, which
will probably prevent the participation'
of that fine company in the exercises of
the camp and the.amusementsof the city.
Nineteen companies out of expected
twenty -one have arrived. The Durham
company and the Reidsville company
were detained by circumstances beyond
control. The others are here, generally
with full ranks.. The Pasquotank Rifles
bring sixty-three men. We have not as
we write been able to obtain much in
formation that will be interesting to our
readers. We visited the camp this morn
ing, and found there five companies of
the 4th Regiment. The late hour at
which the, companies of the other regi
ments reached the ground retarded the
movements for early organization and
proceedings to the duties of the encamp
ment. To-day, prpbablyAitherewjll be;
no drill or parade.
To-morrow will begin the series of
movements to continue through the
week. We propose to give full accounts
of what is done. The late hour at whicn
we obtained information to-day makes it
impossible to say more now.
It was reported "in Lenoir last week
tbat Ray and Anderson had captured
Senator Zeb Vance, and was holding him
to compel a-pardon from Gov. Scales.
The opicBuggestsifitistrue the State
will be obliged to give a ransom for him.
Miss Hattie Bradleydaughter of Mr
John J. Bradley, of Hominy, while walk
ing on Main street, in front of Eagle
Hotel, Tound a - five . dollar JliZ
liam of Uncle Sam's currency. She came
straight to - the Citizen to advertise it,
and just as we were through writing the
advertisement, Mr. Nat- Chambers walk
ed in to ask information about it, and it
was turned over to him. He rewarded
liss Hattie for bcr honesty.
Hack Fare to the Camp.. N -We
hope the various hack lines will
fix the rate per passenger from the city
to the camp at ten cents, fifteen cents to
go and return. This will be enough, and
hundreds will ride out at these rates
where but few will go if placed higher.
.We ask the hacks to fix these rates, and
let us. know so we can announce the
same. v .'. "-. ,-
Cigar Stand. ;. . ' ; ;," '
T Mr. Ike HenryJwill have a cigar stand
at the,: camp ground, during the encamp
ments The Daily Citizen will be at the
stand promptly every evening,: with full
telegraphic dispatches. ' v- . - tf .
Stall No. I, - -; ': ." '
- At " the: newv market is now well
supplied with the best Beef.Mutton, and
fresh rrsf.tB . ppnerallv this mountain
country affords, at the lowest cash
prices. Call on .u iiary uros.
tau20 - . : ; v -. '- - ' .
Mr. Burke, our courteous operator, has
been crowded to his utmost to-day, but
he rattles it off rapidly and always with
a pleasant smile. His pleasant surround
ings to-day doubtless contributed to his
cheerful temperament. . i -
Very heavy hail and" rain storm occur
red at Long's station, this county, to-day.
Caraeix. Matthias, Squcvres.'Itugs, Mats
Foil' Cloths, Lace , Curtains, .Cretonnes, Raw
Silks, Turcomans, laoie uamasi;s, aneeiing,
Towel&r Napkins, &c. '"' ' ; .
axltf .; . REDWOOD & CO. :
Private Boarding in .VVaynksville.; ;
: The undersigned is prepared to accom
modate a limited number of boarders at
her home in Waynesville. Convenient
to the .White Sulphur Springs, ' Accom
modations guaranteed." Terms.moderate.
i, tf ,'ir--'- ' Mrs. J. S.' McIntosh.,,
Remnants at Weaver's still -tjficred at
cost as follows : - " --: :"
A lot of Boys' Shirts at,: 50 "cents each.
A lot of dress buttons, ribbons, !apool
silk, &c, &c, at less than New York cost.
A few tabte spoons at ' less : than they
can be bought fcr any. where.5 '',' tf,
Ziegier's and Banister's Hand Sewed
Shoes, Opera Slippers, Oxford.! ies,,, Danc
ing Pumps, SJipixrs; Ac, tt'c. -
. . - JI REDWOOD & CO. .
rcodif - .s-;. '."..' ." V'ie P' '' Store.
Clothing of all grades, for hirr,' youths
end children.; nteo a good slock vf Men's
Fvrmxhinq Goods. ... " . ,
nd if ' H. REDWOOD it CO.;
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 22, jvS'PRICEiGENTS
Impoetant Information. .
The following list of deeds, many of
them from 8 to 12 years bid, . remain un
called forj-alhe Clerk'3 ofSce of the Su
perior Coufffor this county, and as the
present law requires their registration
this year, the parties to wbom . they be
long should look after them: ' , .' "
. Clarissa Walker to Oliver Waller. )
3 3 Mackey to Thomas McFarlaud. I - ;
Levi Flemmons to O A Moore. - ; - ' ' -r "
' - S B Lance and A A Lance, Y II Jones and
A B Jones. . .. . '': '':
Stephen Morgcn to Blackstdck and Weaver,
A B Thrash and wife to K L uJ AP ThraBh.
v . ... . - - to II E T!.!-nnli.
" V " "r " . " Luanda 11 Thrath.
Q M Koberts and wifo,'; li Hampton.
. Daniel Davis and wife, Pisgah It E G S.
- StepheDf ones, Bachel D Jones. .
Jno Brotfn to W Warlick. ' v
. Stephen Jones to Anninta C Jonog.
t Q A Brooks nd wife to W V Cola,
Levi Plemmoos to B W Pnlliam . -
" to OA Moore, '-
B Lance to John Reynolds.. v
Thos Foster Snd Jeremiah ' v' td.nt Patton.
N UiacliStocK to rsancy lilckatani -
A W Cothrain and wife to 8 E Cothrain. -
"Thrash Heirs to DV Thrash. - .'
M and O W Beale to J B Lsdbctter. ' -? ,
' John Powers to W B Powers. f. . .
John Keece to D Vance. ,
. Wm B Whitson to Jas W Tea(?ne."-
" A B Thrash and wife to C B V Thrash."
F Sluder to 21 School District.
M E Carter and wife to J J Mackey. "
Anna Woodfin et al to E Clayton.
Wm Smith and wife to E H Lominao.
. LUza Lindsey and heirs to Jas G Lindsey. " -,
A B Thrash and wife to B O Thrash.
W B Yocng to Mary J Brenner.
L Chapman to W H Murdock. . ' "
Levi Pleramons to C A Moore.
; J Bnxton and wife to Wm M Cocko.
Lawrence Pnlliam to Moses H Cone
'.' Wm Thrash and wife to Henry Penland.
P Rollins and wif e to W W Boffins.
' J Q Martin to F M Stevens.
J A Fagg and wife to J M Smith.'
W H Green and wife to Lafayette Clark.
L Cr6asmon and wife to Geo West.
J G Martin to Clarissa Walker. : --
W V Roberts to 6 B Gudger.
: . McDowell heirs to Wm Bradshaw.
G W Candler to Nancy E Notherton.
" Fre to Peter Fore. -
James M Cole and others to Alfred Wil
liams. Sol Carter and wife to Thos G Dillingham,
Dan'l A-A Dillingham.
From the West.
' From tho Muiphy BuVsUn we learn :
On Saturday ; 11th, John Dicbageiskee,
an Indian, stabbed and killed a brother
Indian named John Towhaler. Whis
dey. : -
Cherokee unusually "healthy, and the
crops never so promising before.
Mr3. V. H Olmstead,' of Washington
City is visiting relatives in Murphy.. :
Prof. Beale has returned home from
New Orleans. - ! "
A .little son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Axley, died on the 29th. Jane,' aged two
years and two months. I -
Mr. David H. Brittain, of Yale, British
Columbiais visiting his iather. Major
Brittain, of this place.
We learn that two of our worthy -mag:
istrates solved the problem of divorce
hyJilraJidnjrnri. "lonaArticles of divjnrco, -j
thereby freeing a dibsatiefied yung lady
from her liege lord, whom she pad wed
ded the day before. What a heavon for
dissatisfied lasses is Shoal Creek !
, We are anxiously awaiting the renew
al of work on the narrow gaugu. We are
reliably informed that work will com
mence an soon as the bill now before the
Georgia Legislature asking for relief for
the convicts, who were taken from the
road, thereby entailing ereat loss to the
management is finally disposed of. The
road,, will then be rapidly pushed through
wheiher it obtains relief or not, and we
hope to be able to announce the snort of
the iron horse as it enters the depot at
Murphy by Christmas. . .-: 'j
Let - Everybody . be Ready An Isi
mfnsk Crowd Coming.
''..We think it well to advise our citizens
to be ready for the largest crowd which
ever came to the mountains in one week.
The Richmond and Danville authori
ties will sell, on the 25th, 26th and 27tb,
tickets from- all local stations to Ashe
ville and return, good until August 1st,
at very low rates. The Carolina Central
will run a very cheap excursion on the
25th and 27th. . The Knoxville excur
sion will arrive in Asheville on the 27th.
These low rates will bring an immense
crowd, a very large number of tickets
having been sold already. In view of
these facts it would be well lor all oi our
people to be ready to entertain guests so
that all who come can be accommodated.
It might be well for Mayor Aston to
designate some person to' receive notice
of all persuhs willing to accommodate
visitors, witn the number aesireu, ana
prices, so that upon application read in
formation can be given. Now is the
time for Asheville to show herself for all
she is worth. We know the ladies will
do their part, if the men will only co
operate. . . . ... ' . , .'. ',...-. ,. '' . ' '.''
Alliterative Allegations. -
The Bake rsville Democrat comes to ub
with the following hair: lifting head
lines: .. - . '
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY 'lERMINA-
TED f . .
ISnncoinlte's IJoastctI : Bastile
Ray aal Anderson take to tho Range.
CaUorvsy, Sluder and York join the Column
' . . I of Exoduslers! , '
The Wisdom of Sending Condemn ed Prison
. ers to the House of their Friends for Safe
. Keeping Clearly Demonstrated !! I. j
The Democrat gives a good diagram of
the cage and room in which the prison
ers were confined, with : a graphic
descriptive article, with comments, upon
the manner of escape. It suggests
triggering some wUere and by some body .
Among the gentlemen who have arriv
ed here of our old acquaintance or made
so by hereditary claim, we recall Lieut
Bogert of Washington, ,Mr, Griffin, Mr
Saunders and Mr. Creeey Elizabeth
City, the last the son of our friend Mr.
R. B. Creecy of the Economist. Col. Frank
Cameron,and Major Benndhan Cameron,
relatives of one of the' Citizen staff, are
also hero. : ; '' ' 1 - - ''
r M r. Wi W. JvIcDiarmid, of the Roheson-
ion, arrived thismorning, the representa
tive of j the- military spirit of Robeson
couHy. . ." i' .
AU Wool Dress Goods i.i great variety,
Sdks. Sitruhs, .Iliiwbuncs,; ; Sanis, n-lwU.
Sntincx, Pcre.alir Ginah'ims, Lair us. Prods,
ic. i ' IL PJIDWOOD d- CO.
Accident to the Troop Trains, ;
The anticipated pleasures' of encamp
ment week were seriously marred in the
very outset by an accident which hap
pened to the second section of the train
this morning. Near Long's, seven miles
from Asheville, while the train was run"
ning at a very rapid rate the rear coach
jumped . the tack and fell over. The
result was serious, though fortunately
there w;as no fatality. - We" obtained a
partial list of the wounded. ; Those not
named are not seriously: hurt. The in
jured all belonged to the Goldsboro Ri
fles. '' Among them are, Jesse M Scott,
caterer for the rifles, scalp wound and
severe contusion of the back of the head;
John Ginn and John O Carroll scalp
wounds; James Baker, hurt internally;
W 41 Burch, ribs broken; Henry Perkins,
internal injuries and scalp wounds. The
surgeon of 'Hhe . company infermed us
that those were the only ones', whose
hurt$""wefe" WsaiiiclxtxVftCitjr to ; bs
mentioned. . - ' -' I ' !
As soon as the accident wafc known to
the engineer of the train, he came &n at
full speed : to Asheville with the infor
mation, and for surgical aid. Assistant
Surgeon Burroughs of the, 3rd N- C. Regi
ment, acccompanied by Drs. Williams
and McGill, of the city,, hastened to the
depot- Major Bennehan Cameron pro
ceeded to the Camp for Surgeon Crowell.
We do not Know whether or not that
gentleman went. A train -was made
up to transfer the soldiers and the woun
ded, The train returned to-Asheville
at half past twelve with all the detained
troops. Ass't Surgeon Gen'l Hilliard was
at the .depot with assistant, litters and
every convenience for the removal of the
wounded, Under arrangements - pre
vioasly made,' very prompt attention was
given, and the wounded men aro prop
erly cared for.
Friends of the wounded may be as
sured that every care will be given them.
We shall be able to report more accu
rately in our next. ; ,; .
The following are the. wounded by the
accident of this morning, all members of
the Goldsboro Rifles: Mr. Jessie Scott,
caterer, very seriously; Messrs. - John
Ginn, Henry Perkins and James Baker,
seriously; Capt. Hallowell, Lieut. Bain,
Sergt. Smith, Privates Logan Howell, W.
R.Bu rch, James Burch, Charles Miller,
A.G. Howell, C. F. Taylor J. II. Hill,
slightly bruised and flesh wound.
" Nearly every business house. hotel,
and many of the private dwellings are
handsomely decoratedwith National and
State Flags, especiallyv in the Western
portion of the city. ' . , r .
Messrs. H. II. Lyons' store, outside
and in, was very handsomely festooned
with large and small flags, while a mam
moth one wung from a line stretched
across the street, in which was placed
thejiortraits of the President ,and Vice
President of the United States, and at
the bottom is attached the cabalistic let
ters, "H'dqrs. H. S. and D. Mn 3d Regi
ment N. C. S. G,. which being interpret
ed menas : Headquarters Hospital Stew
ard and Drum Maj. 3d Reg't, Messrs. Ja
cobs and Amis holding these distinguish
ed positions respectively ; .. -
The Court House, the Citizen OfEcei
Powell & Snider's, Muller'A Cos, Hamp
ton & Featherston's, Ballard Bros., Saw
yer's, Levy's, Van Gilder & Brown's, the
Adimce and Iribune Offices, Estabrook'a,
Carmichael's, Devault's, John Lange's,
G. H. ttarnes, W. T. Weaver & Co.'s, G.
A. -M ears, Desmond's, Moncure's, Whit
lock's, Pelhani's, Ike Henry's, Cooley's,
The Bank, "Bonanza" and "the White
Man's Bar," Kepler's, Bearden, Rankin
& Co.'s, Taylor's Art Gallery ,.The Eagle,
the Swannanoa, Wilkio's, ilestotl's, W.
II. Martin's, W II Brown's, Penly & Co's,
LaBarbe & Zachary, The Grand Central,
C E Graham, C Cowan, Morgan & Go's,
Brevard & Co's, Penniman Bros. Gilbert
& Co, The Post Office, Redwood & Co's.
Alexander & Pendland, A O Davin, C E
Lee, Moore .& Falk. lLumu'ershlag's,
the Warehouses, alL are more " or less
elaborately decorated, some very hand
somely so.. Every public hack omnibus
es, &c, including the horses, exhibited
their full share of loyalt. The day is
bsautiful, and the streets all presented
gay appearance. - Asheville is glad to
have t'.e Guard here, and will endeavor
to show it during their stay here; ;
A H.0.MB Wanted. - '
A gentleman desires to punhasc a
small tract of good land jay some fifteen
to twenty; five acres, near the city, with
a young bearing orchard; to io well
watered, a good site. for a residence. . He
iswilling to pay a good price for a suita
ble place. Call at this ofliee for parttc
nlars. - ' : 'm'':i ... ;y"
Bracelet Lost . , ,: V, v , : -Between-French
Broad: Avenue and
Battery Porter, or on Bailey Street. Lost
this morning. Return to this office and
the finder will be rewarded. " It t
: Fellows' Ilypoplibsphites $1 05 a Pel
ham's, "regular" price $1 50 bottle. tf
Best attention given t prescription
work at Pelhani's moderate charges,
madepurest chemicals and accurate
manipulation guaranteed. . , - . . ti.
Keep rr Before the Peopi-e, ''
That. Hit vatfr At Tlavwond White
luTphur Springs is a specific for all dis-
.1. ,1 . t : C'. l. .1 friA
ease8 OI ine Aj1 ver, pvjiuvxix juiu aiu-
neys. '' ;.':iJf 1 :' ."
Private Bording in Waynesville., ,
Tbe'undersigned is pregared to accom
modate a limited number of boarders at
her home in Waynesville. ' Convenient
to the White Sulphur Springs. Accom
modations guaranteed. Terms moderate.
, tf . . Mrs. 'J. B. S. McIntosu. .
Poll of rmnn "iti Pnwell it Snider - and
get a superb, fresh water melon, just re
ceived, and cheap. ; . ;
Railroad Tickets. " v - " t - ;
Parties having tickets to dispose of in
anv direction, will calL on me at the
Swannanoa Hotel. . ' W. D. Jones.
tsel -. ;'' .-' ; ,'::y :'- ' . '
Railroad Tickets Bofght and Sopd
" - I will buy, sell or exchanger Railroad
Tickets from or, to any point. Parties
interested will do well to call and see
me. '-. " " J. M. i'otr.w, -
tse20 , At Cirmichael's Drugstore.-
A ffood stock of Clothing, Dry Goods ,Fan
ry (foods, Hats, Shoes, Lkirpets 'Ac. , at fixed
and reasonable J'rices. '
rodtf ' - II REDWOOD & CO.
ASSOCIATED PEES3 TELEGRAMS SPE
V , CIAL TO CITIZEN. .0 7 .
The Suffering Hero Sinkiiiir.
DEATH EXPECTED AT
; - MT.t McGregor, July 22.
At 9 a. m. the actual condition of the
patient was pronounced unchanged since
last evening except that . he is said by-
Dr. Douglass to be growing weaker; some
food has been taken and. retained this
morning. The patient is sitting with
slightly inclined head..; He is conscious
and his mind is clear. Dr. Douglass has
sent for Dr Bands.. Dr Douglass antici
pates the c3XU.iU'iKg'tlie tjay trr cvonifig,
- -1 LATER. v. - r:-'"': S
, : : ; Mt McGregor, 12:25 p. in.
Bulletin just issued states conditions
as unchanged since' 9 a. m. except grad
ually increasing weakness.: Early morn
ing hours "at Grant cottage cool and re
freshing; 'at two o'clock thermometer
marked 72.' About 3 o'clock Mrs- Grant
came put on the veranda and sat down
in one of the many desirable , chairs
scattered about the piazza. For 10 min
utes.' she sat motionless with her face
resting on her hands. Suddenly there
came a sound of coughing from within
the cottage The General was clearing
hia throat. Mrs Grant left the piazza
quickly and Heated herself by the Gen
eral's side and slowly fanned his face.
The coughing was not severe. Col Fred
Grant entered the room while the nurse
was aiding his father and took a seat be
side him. - It was ' time to administer'
fo od. The nurse touched the shoulder
of Dr Douglass as he lay asleep on the
couch in the same room. He arose fully
dressed as he was all night, and seated him
self beside the patient. : Food was given
from a cup, and the mouth and " throat
cleared by a Doctor. It was nearly 4 o'cloc k
when the physician laid aside his applian
ces. Gen, ' Grant leaned forward in his
chair and signified a desire ' that' the lamp
should be brought The nurse brought the
lamp andlicldit at the sick man's- should -
der, and at the moment the General turned
his face toward the light and upward to bid
his nurse to bring his pad and pencil. . .His
wish was hot at the moment .understood,.
and turning a trifle further tha General re
peated his wish. The scene at the moment
was a picture in shadows. Ai soon as the
candle light fell across the face of, General
Grant, it became-a gri :tnhit.wh
strong rugged lines broken down, by suffer
ing and pain. At his head was a scull cap
that at all times gave a . startling effect to
the sick man's, appearance; and from be J
neath it straggled hair that clung in sweat
moistened locks' about the emaciated neck,
A crimson scarf handkerchief had been
thrown on the back- of his- chair, but as he
leaned forward, it drew across his shoulders
one end being gathered under his" arm.. A
dark dressing gown covered the patient's at
tenuated form, at-d a handkerchief around
his neck; gray, close cut beard,-seemed
white, and lines on the' cheek and forehead
were deep indeed; and when the facerwas
turned upward to speak "yes" seemed gray
er too, and abnormally.' large. : - They were
clear and steady, showing that the-General's
reason was- clearly at his Command;'. but
there was that wistful stare; julse is very
weak and fluctuating; patient once during
the morning attempted to" write, tut suc
ceeded only in writing the date, the effort
being greater than warranted by thelittle
remaining strength. ;He had spoken at in
tervals, but his voice was very feebleJ, Du
ring forenoon food was taken and retained,
With declining day, the physicians believes
the General will also rapidly decline,
- ; , THE LATEST.. .. '
The doors of Gen. Grant's room are shot,
and blinds are closed, but cool breezes of
the afternoon finds passage- through , the
blinds, . Dr. Douglass has just reported that
the patient has taken and retained a cup of
milk, andthe physician thinks if there has
not been a slight rally in -the. past bour,th
Gen. still holds his own.: ...
" New York Market. ; . j
- ' : ' "- " ;New;York, July 22.
The Stock Market opened irregular, this
morning, but generally stiong.:The Union
Pacific and Jersey Central being up , and
Union Pacific and M. K. and T. y frorn last
evening's final quotations. - Lackawanna &
New York Central were ;-81ower,. :. Imme
diately after 'the ' opening there, Awas a
general decline of j pet cent.- The Union
Pacific and Lackawanna were weaker, the
former, declining and the Lackawanna
Jr8. The decline was checkedia the course
of 15 minutes, and was followed by a 'gen1
eral upward movement throughout the li st
Just before 11 o'clock there was a momen
tary check in the upward movement, -but
at tha) hour the market is firm and strong.
, ". ' V Washington, July 22,
'; The President today appointed the
following named presidential postmas
tersf J, A sTaylor at Oxlbrd, N. C, vice
M. B.Jones suspended; - T. B. Douthit at
Salem. N. C vice J. ; Blecken derfer
suspended; Samuel H.Smith at Winston,
N. C, vice ,;W. A. Walker suspended,
Geo. IL Gresory. at Greensboro, N. C;
vice J. D. White suspended; J. A. Ben
nett at -Randletnan, N. C, .'vice II.
Wray suspended; R. R. Huntley at Tala
dega, Ala., vice R. A. Moseley suspended.
Destructive 'Tire In Jirg-inia.
. . . . . : Lynciibueg, July 22
A destructive fire occurred in Liberty
Va, this morning, causing a loss of 15,000
dollars. Insnrunce -light. Assiistanro
from this city pp.vcil the town Jrotti great
conflagration. . .Thin is the third l.ii . "
I fire in that lA-.xca within a vmr. -
CITIZEN JOU OFFiCi:,
WEST SIDE PUBLIC WjUiM.I"
: LETTKIl HEADS,
:. posters, -.
. ' - BLANKS, k
4ndJob Vorhof all kiud.idoie wii
' frotnptness and at lo-cS friees '
The Cholera Holocaust.
':-';.'' ' '' ' , ' ... Madrid; July 22.
Incomplete returns of . progress of
cholera in Spain yesterday show a total
of 1752 new cases and G83 deaths! These
included 12 new cass aned 9 deaths in
the city of Madrid, '4S new cases and id' ,
deaths in the province of Madrid,. 1G3
new cases and OS deaths in the city of
Saragossa, 491 new cases and 143. deaths .
in - the province of Saragossa; -10 new"
cases and 4 deaths in. the city of Segovia;
36 new .cases' and 25 deaths in the pro,
vince of Segovia; 3 ne cases and 5 deaths
in the city of Mtircia and 230 new cases ,
and 60 deaths in the province, of Murcia.
Cases have appeared in; Huesca and
Caccres. '- ' ' r .
TIHITjI T ; TO VJCS Tit OIT
X..Gjic; T.ore.; la rvrjt rI. '.m
- Losnoir. Jniv v.
The police force stationed around the
law courts was largely : increased to-day
owing to Information, received by the
authorities that an effort to destroy thoso
buildings would be made. ,
'- '- 1 4 ;
L,ife Boat Sunk Eight Lin 8
' '.'' '' ;-;!..': - Xot. ; . -; - . ..
' '.' '':' ! . ',:' . London, July 22.
'A London dispatch fro'ru Jai mouth
says: late boat containing ,15 -men
started from, here this morning to -the
rescue of the crewof Brig Antine, which1
f ' , . - r - . . .
nu 111 uuiucw Doiure arriving air iu
destination, however the life boat struck;
a sunken wreck and sunk.. Eight of the .
occupants were downed. All the , un
fortunates were married. . .
"v ' ; .- I For the Asheville Citjieh.
POOR MR. CLEVELAND. .
Messri Editors Occasional 1 y from
Bome of those who voted for Jdr. Cleve-
land we - Lear mutterings of discontent
with the administration, or adverse cn-
ucisms upon its policy. On analyzing
the complaints, it is found that the mal
contents find their grievance in the fail
ure, or refusal, to appoint their friends.
or themselves, to ofliee, for which they
have pre-eminent claims, or qualifica--'
tiohs: :When the Duke of Wellington
was at me neaa 01 ine tngnsii utniuet,
or Government, in 1838, he said he was
1 1 i j . . 1 , , ...
uetteb mm pi&guea wim imporxunities
and remonstrances, and compared him
self to a dog with a canister tied to his
tail. "1 here, he said, pointing to a for-
miaaoie neap 01 green oags ana rea Dos
es, "there is the business of the country,
-i 1 . . . . 1 1 ,
wuicn j. nave not time io iook ai an my
time being employed in : assuaging what
uruucuicu v.fcu biitTir jccttitys. Ill lack, lUl'
lolly ana unreasonableness of peopie are
inconceivable.". i,'iJl"ilh.r ' JC.-;.
Hestjerson' Scperior Court , . t . - f
Met on Monday, Judge Avery on the
bench; a gentleman so well known that
it is needless to do more than refer to "
him,' and the pleasure given -by " lus
appearance on familiar, grounds. The r
r. . ,-. - r -r - . . t .
and noW to the country west of the
Ridge. He -wasa member of the late State
Senate and of the preceding House, and
gained distinction , as " a bold, fearless
speaker, and as a man of fine tdfts. He
entered upon his duties with great self.
nnauBuirkit ' nrt will flrkrin rtvpmriiriA tli'.
j,.v.H wV '- .
embarra-swiient of want of acquaintance.
This week is devoted to the State docket.
The. bills of indictment are . toot numer
ous.,, une against. Jmuun anu raumn
fia. an-afffay,' connected 'with5 the old
... 1. .. u i,..,.;Hi,.. -inni .
iiiZiiLvriJ - wtut;i vuuiuueiiiuij iuqv 1110
life, wa$ composed by the-entry of a nol ,
pros on- the part of the State ' aa to Brit-
tain, it having been shown to the Court;
tuat tins ieienaant, naviug oeen convic
ted for the more serious offence, had
served a portion of hia term in the Peni
tentiary and had been pardoned by the
Governor; and it was argued and held
tbat this discharged all his amenability -to
the law for each and every branch of
the crime for which he was convicted. ;
Oni Tuesday- afternoon, Solomon Mc-'-Rary
was arraigned for the murder of
Ambrose Capps. The trial is set for this
afternoon f. Wednesday) at 3 o'clbck. AH
cases on the civil docket are postponed
until Fridav. by which time this crimin
al case will be disposed of, it is believed.
HendersDnvule ; is": "filling ' up
with summer visitors, ," the influx being
more tardy than usfial. But the presence
of strangers on the Streets on the piazzas
of the hotels, in gay vehicles or on horse
back, give animated evidence that Bum
mer has come. The weather is seasona-
H hnt onr? tlm trrtfnl nbudea of th
forest-like, yard of the Arlington ; wcr?
never more acceptable.' - " ' 1 ,'
;. We observe many additions to the
pretty town.. New and handsome houses
are Been in every direction. , Among the
most striking of these is one seen on the '
right as the Ashevillo' road- enters the
town. It is bnilt for Maj. James Ander
son, a batchelor. who we learn, : designs
presenting it, when finished, t a marri '
ed brother,lvbo has a large family. The
house is a . very large one, well designed
1PRPR. IL IN HlirfTJUIlllKtl WILll lUIU
. x. t . . 1.1 : . U ' I y.
crounds which will be made a model of ;
beautv and elegance. . The architect is -
. . , 0 1 r . 1 n
Mr. James JJrown, 10 wnose unu ijwic
and r professional skill llendersonvillo
is indebted for ulany of its finest private
residences, fcuch as that of Mr. Ewart;
Mr. Toms aid others. ,
We postpone more we have to Bay
about Ilendersonville for the present as
the military engages our attention tc-uay,
and will demand a largo portion '. of our
space. ' , " V,
'. T arffp lnt nf camn stools and Cots for the
soldiers at W. B. Williamson's Furniture
store.-., ": ' U .' .r" ; ' . : ', '
"Eixlys," "Buttons," "Brown's" and
"Bon Ton" ara the beet brands of shoo
polish known to the trade, all of which
are Bold by W.T. Weaver,, at the O110
Price Shoe Store. -
E. II. NORVELL, Trop'r, .
Ntar the I Jay wood White Sitljth ur Sj. c'-;.
1 (.1 i.f i-i- .. v ; :iiu U iiiiiiiUf!' u.t k i-
n ttiuiraeid i-.l. I. u: 1.