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ASHEVILLE, IST,;Cm MONDAY 'EVENING, JULY 27, 1885.
PRICE: 5 CENTS
ADVERTISING
RATESLOW.
DAILT EDITION.
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Aslieville Itiisiness
j.' - Genital. Merchant Wholesale and. Retail.
C. K. liinlikn) &'.Co , 8. IE. ChedcsterA Stfn, J. D.
I Brevard & Co 'J,(X Howell, 8. llamiaershlag,.
;;. K. lee, II. Kedwood & Co., J. T. Bawyer.O. A
- Mean), A. H. Joins & 8on,Bearden, Rankin & Co.,
' v W 11. brown, O.M. Roberts. ,, , , ,
', , . : ; Warden and Field Seed. , -r
Poweir Snider, H. It. Lyons, A. f. Merrill, H.
' , Redwood A Co., J. O. llewell, J P. Sawjer, Bear-
den. Uaukin ft Con, p. H. Monert. J. y - ... .
-'. ".; ( Grain, llau Jrfrurl ' .
;i 'j. n. Stwiea, Pewell Snider, Alexander and
x: Peiiliind., ,, .: , v-, "" N
. . Hardware, Agricultural Implemettli, it. . '-
. ," Pcnninmij & Co., VanOllilcr & Brown. .
;, t '-'-.StorMi Jloustftirnteluxg, And Tiuirorfc ij.
Bullard Eros., Brown & Beaiden, Llndscy Bros.
'" V- ' . dfilkirtri. Genii Furnishing, tc '
" " JimicsP. Sawyer, JI. levy, CJmrlcs If Lee, S
: ' Wbitlock. . . , ... ; j ...
" ' .Jioots,' Shoes, andTMatt:-, '
- ' ', T. M'tvcr, M. Levy. . v , ,
'y .". 7 .- Ifotil- and Shoe - 2iauufaclurcrt
-M.
Levy, W.T. Weaver, A.Freek. ' - . '
, -: t -i. . Soots and Stationery.: . ; . . . .
', " : J.IWl!kio, J. X. Morgan & Co.,-H. Tl Esta-
ook, U. H. Lyons. . ; : -. Vt,
, Druggist and PharmacerJitUs. ';;.
- : II. II. Lyons, Vf. C. Carmichael, C. W. DcVault
.. & Co., U. 11. Moncure, w.-js. remain.
:: ''l , Musica. liixirumentx, &e.
'i. DcVanlt Bros. 1 v 1 :
f fU-fc cowanj isteflner nI EoWitSouT
- Family Groceria. '' '
. h-: " Powell and Snider, S. K. Kepler, A. R. Cooler,
'- '. Penley & Co.. T. F. Staines, G. W. Goodlake. A. J.
J Merrill, J. K. Ware, Ware and Ilowell, A. C. Davis,
'-: James Franks, J.J. Mnekey Jt Co Jesse K. Starnes,
v' (i. U McDonald, W. L. Morgan, F, M. Johnson, R.
U Nolan d& Sons. T. V. Shelton, J. R.TruU,O.H.
, .Starnes. N. Penlaiid, Penland & Alexander. Mrs.
I. CSmitli. - - " : .
' --.-' . - Butchers, Meat Dealers, Ac. ":'t-: '
. Zarhcry Bros., James Lusk, T. K. Davis, Mc
Council and Drake. . ' w
. Jlaleries. . -
J. 1. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Oliver, j
; v Cunfectioners and Baker. - . -
: - J- Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston.T Wells.
- ' . ' Saddlery, Harness, "tc. I '.
;'.' 'h. M.' Gilbert &X3o. .-Alexander and Penland.,
Furnitttre, tc. . ' ' . w
'-, W. B. Williamson, Moore & Falk, F. 8. Mc-
T . Mullen. ' . V '
' - Undertakers.. -. v ,.
" ' X. Brand, J. V. Brown, John Clayton
,- Coo! Deafer. .
: ' S. F. Venable, D. S.Wat-on, Hill and Atkins
r - . W. Girjjwood t Co.
' ." , i Limit Dcalen
: . oubleoay i-Scott.v - -.
. Omfroct, Chrpenfer, ajid JJm7(J-. '
I. Gorenfio. John Hart JV. A.r Wagner, Tv C
' . Westall, K. J. Armstrong, J. E..Butniek, T, I
, ' Clayton, A. G. West.
" 'Blacksmith . .
D. W. Cauble, J. II, Woodjv . i '
r--v : . . ; . 7oteJ. ' .
Swannanja, Eagle, Grand Central. Western,"
. v . . Carolina House, Slaj 1e House, The Villa.
': - . . Private BoardinQ. v ' .
' ' S. F.v Venable, A. T. Bnmmey; -Miss Bettie
Brown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. F. Kmer
V. ' son, Mis. Bmith,' T. W. Keel, Mrs. A. B. Chunn,
J. JI. Carter, G. M. Roberts, R. H. Grahl, G. L.Me
s Donald, M. J. Fagg, J. A. Fagg. J. E. Rankin, W.
' ' T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. Reynolds, E. Sluder, Mrs.
Holland: Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. J C Smathers, Mrs
' - ' LvBaird: W. WMeDowell, James W.Patton, Mis.
' , Leieestet Chapman, H. C. Hunt, H: C.France,
, Mrs. A, Sinclair, P. S. McMullen.
. V' Livery, Sale und Feed Stable f.
Reynolds & Chambers, J. M.Ray, "W. A.Wed-
din, James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. Stansill
v '. "Win. Cox, E. W. Herndon, S H. Barnard, ti. W.
i '. Morgan & Co., E. T.Clemmons, Jesse It. atarnes.
. , v ' Colleges, Schools, d-c.
v ' Asheville Female College, Asheville Male
v Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloes High
. . - School for young ladies, Miss Sawyer's Primary
: - -'School, Mrs. J. P.. Gammon's Primary School,
". three white pubrie schools, two icood colored
; - t schools. A graded school has been authorized by
' f law, and a. State normal schosl -wiJUt be held, every
- - - - Mrs. IL M. Herndou, S. Whitlock, M. M. E.
4 jrlann,, P, Sawyei, trs BR Pcrte.; .jt: -
; . '. . Attorneys At Law. '
' MaLoud Moore, J. n.iIerrimon; E. H. Mer
. rlmon; M. E. Carter, A. L. Carter, Gudgor Sr Car
'.J. ' ler. J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sonaiey,. V: 8. Cushman;
Richmond Pearson, E. D. ter,W. W. Vndiver,
- Davidaon ic Martin, T. A. Jones, S. H. Reed, W. B.
Owyn, Locke Craig, W. R. Whitson, Jones and
Hardwicke, Johnston Shuford, W. M. Cocke,
: Xatl Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone,
- - V. S. Lusk, P. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman, .
i. - phyticiayaand Surgeons. '. - . ' "
D.J.Cain. W. L. W. D. HUliard, John Hey
t ' AVilllams, h A. Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L.
Nelson, Wardlaw McGill, II. P. GatchelL -
. , ! Dentists.
- G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, R. H. Reeves, A.
;v B.Ware. . . ,
Banks, Bankers and Brokers.
' Bank of Asheville, Binder i-Barnardi" - -s
; ' " . - i Merchant Tailorst---.. . -
,j.W. Schartle. - : ' - . .: '
- - Dealers in Furs. ' - '
A 'M. iaiick. - .
-' ... . Kcal Estate Agencies.
Walter B. Gwyn: A. J. Lymany Katt" Atkinson,
. E.J. Aston, It. M. Jones. " - - . --
Architects and Civil Engineers,
S F Venable, J A Tewaant, '-a f ; -
Hibaeeo Warehouses.'
' "TH AshevIlTn 'Warehouse. The Banner "Ware
house, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware-
- ; house, The Buncombe Warenonse ;
. Tobacco MamifartMters-'Chewinimvd. Smoking,'-.
K H.WML MeCftrtv & Hull. J. E. Ray. E. I
Holmes AC, Shelton & Perry, V. P.WUlianison.
' . Coolers. Ac." '
" , L. F. Sorrell; 9. Vf. GirrJwood, William Wearer,
'- - Hart. ,..., v- ir...'.-nA
- .-v Wines, Liquors, c - ,
-Loughran Bros- nampton 4 ilbcrstone, )V.
Papers Hangers. '
' , Cain & Hunt, Moore & Falk,R. L. FitzpatrJck.
Daily and Weekly Citizen, Daily and-Wecklr
Advance, The Asheville Tribune weeKiy.j
The Citizen Jo.b Oflice, Hun tjt Robertson.
' - j-nowgrapner.
,- Nat. W. 'Taylor, W. T. Robertson, T. T. Hill.
- . v.. : Grist Mills, d-c. . :; .
Jordan & Hallyburton-, N ; W. Gird wood, Jas. E.
. JButtrick. rr wcine.
Fertilizers, de. J '
' F. N. Waddell, "Star Brand." Penniman & Co.,
"Anchor Brand," G. M. Roberts, Alex. Porter,
"Piedmont," W. H. renland, "Owl Brand," Bear
den, Rankir. & Co., "Oher & Co.'s-Special," Lyon
- Walker. "Farmers Jtriena." T. v. sianies, "Ar
lington." W W. Barnard, "Sea-FewyV. W
UirUwood Co., "Soluble Pacific." .. v
: . ' : - ' Insurance. -'
v- E. J. AstoniThos. W. Branch . ' "
. . - 1 . W. V. Telegraph. ; -.
'. t. G. Weldon, manager. 5
:: . ' Southern and Adams Exp) cm.:
Civil Qflicers of Bvncombe County.
: SheriffJ,
, IC Kicn: i)epvrty jianiel Keyi
.Clrk E.
, W. Herndon; Register J. R. Pattersor,
. -Treasurer J. H. Courtney; Surveyor B. F. Pat ton
x Tax Collector X. w4 ratton.
' ' - '' -' i Inferior Court
InrtiSe G. A. Shuford: Clerk Mont Patton; Solic-
Jor H.B..Oarter. . ,--
' - . Counlu Commissioners:
J. E. Rankin, J. A. Reagan, G. W. Whitson, L.
, t ChUds,Thos.p.-Brittaui. - ' ;
'" k Justices of Vie Peace. -
A. T.nmmev.N. A; Penland. T. W. Patton. C.
i :' . Way, J. M. Ledford, J. M. Jarralt, J. B, Cain...
" fSlv Government. .
::. ' Mayor E J. Aston Aldermen W. T. Reynolds.
; Jklonzo Rankin. Ueo, i. Bcott, l 11. iiorcntuv r
. VV. (iirdwood and J. L. Murray. Policemen A
, JI. Baird.W. O. McDowell, J li. Hampton. Hukh
Postelland X Hunter. .. v ...
nose N. 1,-- oreman li. C. Fagg; IL fc L. No. t.
yUl't. F A. 11 . . . . . .-
-- a . - - ' Sanitary Department,
Dr. D T Millard, Sanitary Chief. ;
. -; Federal Officers - "
tl. p. Convmissioner, A. T. Sunimey. Deputy
- Collector, (stamp oflice) A. D. Cooper-- District
Deputy 8. C. ierenJ- Deputy MaTshalls, It. O.
Patterson, A. C Patterson, X. Ik. Davis, H. S. Har-
. United Slqtes Pidrid and Circuit Courts.
jnrlBe K. P. Dick, Solicitor J. E. Boyd, Clerk J,
E. P.ecd, Deputy t:icrn r. a. cuinmings,'
,': Pod Officer -.-
" II. I,: Gndser P."M Cleiks 'C. B.Mooie,.W.L.
Norman, C. I Cliil'. - - .' .' ,-'-;-' '--'
. Boring Machine Agencies.''' ,
' 'whcMrr & Wilnt J. H. Iknin-r, Chief Clerk
''Stt Vr"-i" Jt'-lice. finger. M. JI. .Morynihan,
i'.'jiii-f i:l-rk W. Jlontcuth. J.iufytic,- S. 11. Cfccd-c-fiiT
& ri,)i, C'iiit.s K J.cO. - , .
' ).;r" 7." ''"! rd .I'-'cHirm. .
A.T.ti.K-v,Jii.-i.i.i;.:'lliji'''-'?-. First
.. r(.s.,i!j-r icvtt.i-g l'iit '!'? -T't'.-"-Cr. ,
pireclory. DAILY EDITION.
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INTE,RESTIKG REAPING MJliTER
. ' ON TITE FOURTH TACJE. ,
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HAUSBrmr Mail tram ornves H:37 A. x.
' 1 " 1 "s i' . " - . Departs 6:47 r. u.
I"' - Day train arrives at2;14p-n.
i " departs at H0'J3O A. it
Tennessee Arrives B:37p. vt. " '" -'
-.. Departs &47 A. m. v
WATNEsritLE Arrives 3:50 w. x.
- ' Departs 9:00 a. Ki
.'The Waynesville train reaches that point at
11:30 ; returning, leaves Waynesvflle at 1J&6.':-:
Veatiier Keport Jnly 23. .-'
, Barometer rat 9 a. m.. 20.15.
Thermometer Minimniu G3; , maxi
mnm 87. - . "
: Rainfall .05.. " ;
.Sky Cloudy. ;'
Wind Variable. ' ' : '-' ' ' V :
Moon Full on 26th at 9 p. m. .
SODA AKD MINERAL WATERS -ON
DRAveir - PELnAM's.- , :
The best 5 cent Cigar in: town at Ly-
Vi T. ' Weaver; Sole Agent for Hess
lland-Made SIioch for men; -; - tf
. Send your Job Work of all liwds to tJie
Citizen- Office, if you u-aut it done neatly,
cheaply . and tui dispatch. ,
TOE DAILY CITIZEN
Will be roll'sled every evening (ex
cept Sunday) at the following rates
sir tcQij cash i ' V . ' ' --
One Year,
Six Months,
. 00
.- A 00
1 50
' - -50
. v 15
W ': i
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. X;"'.- -
Three f ; v
One
One Week,
Our Carriers will deliver the paper ev,-
ery evening in every part of the city to
our subscribers, and parties wanting it
will please call at the Citizen Office.
The' Daily Citizen : '
' Gives the only telegraphic dispatcheB
received. , .
STaj. W..II. Malone has returned from
Washington," and will remain in this
city for a season. f . . .
Major T. L. Emory, of AVcldon; is in
the city.- He has tliree fine racers on
our race grounds.
Miss Mollie Goodloe has gone to Blow
ing Rock to spend the summer months
with Senator Ranisom's family.
Mr. James H. Cathey, of Jackson, gave
us a call this morning. He reports crops
as still very' promising, and says the
tobacco outlook is very fine.
The banner stretched from Xyona to
Redwood's is somewbat" tattered, it is
thought by lightning, on Saturday after
noon. - .
Mr. W. E. Smith showed as this loom
ing some fine specimens of his art, the
enlargement of: photographs. He is a
master of his art and merits the encour
agement of the public. ' " ? - f
f The Heliioti-.Itevlew, published at Hog-
ersville. Tenn.. ty our late T townsman
Mr. W. T. Robertson, lias reached us,
and we have looked over it with much
pleasure. , It is a good paper, and worthy
i large support, and w e wish it all success
A horse bekn ging to Capf. Patton was
killed bv lightning on Saturday afternoon
atFrady's mill.' The electric discharges
were frequent and : violent, and more
damage might have been expected.' Good
rains accompanied the 6torm. . v
We learn that MnRpland, who estab
lished a broom factory at Btrttrick's old
machine shop, will remove his machinery
to a point on Pigeon river and apply it
c . 1. 1 ; . i ..I t . -
lur nit; ureaem, 10 omerunes,- At . is im
possible to get a Bupply of broom mate
rial until a crop matures. ; , ,
JJi vine services yesterday were ex
ceedingly interesting. They were held
at all the churches, as usual, the congre
gation of the Presbyterian church, how
ever, using the Courthouse! avhere the
Rev. J. H. Smith,' D. D., of Greensboro,
and chaplain of the 3rd Regimen t preach
ed to a full congregation, soldiers and
civilians. The same gentlemen held
services atO p. m. on Battery . Porter.
The scene was a beautiful and iirj pressive
one.; The attendance of the military, in
full dress uniform,, without ansis was a
great attraction of course, and. probably a
thousand people, ladiesvgentlemen and
children, white and colored, filled the
ground that was.made holy ground, for
tue time., unly a lew compam.B sp
peared in line, ' preceded by the' full
Asheville Band in full rank: but never
theless the effect was strikingly fine
xne religious exercises were very im
pressive, and trie music, "vocal and in
strumental, was exquisite. In sacred
music, the execution of tbe band was
delicate and sweet beyond expression.
Large numbers of tho troops were - in
the town during the day attending the
churchesas inclination directed.
Capt. McLoud : - - v -
; Returned Saturday from a trip to New
York. He says from the time he reach
ed and left Salisbury, en route to New
York,t' and reached the mountains , re-
turning,ho had npt a dry thread upon
him??and slept but little, .owing to the
intense heat nieht as .well as day. "The
hot wave 4i as been severe And continu
bus. . . '..'. . . ' '
..-. y ew
ilotiEKS -Bbob.' Make See Trices -
For this week' only. Triple plated
Table Knives $ I 75 per set. Insert siae
$1 fo. f - Forks h eavily - plated on pure
nickel silver $3 12 per set- "Tea Spoons
$1 C2 per set. ; Butter knives and sugar
shells eame quality, 50ci each. :r
v (Juadruple plate Casters $2 90. : A good
extra plate Caster $1 25. ' A fine article
of white handle knife it 1 50 anl $2 00
per set. - " V'-
. . Alwavs the lowest prices! on Crockery
and Class at Law's, opposite Eagle-Hotel.
, july IS d & w '" .;:rY-:
. "Bixlys,", "Buttons,"-' "Brown's' .and
"Bon Ton" are the best brands of shoe
polish known to the trade, all of which
are sold by W. T. Weaver, . at the 04
PriCti Shoe Store. ;. , ,' ;.:
Large lot of camp stools and cots for the
soldiers at V. B.Villiamson's . Furniture
store.;.' :v : - 't .- 'iw.
Mr. Fran k. 11a yep, son of our old friend
Hon! Jno! W. Hayes, of Oxford, and a
membcr-of the Oxford Company jrave us
a j,ic-a!?ant c.
ill th
liiovr m r.
Keep rr Bekoke tiie People, ,7 '-'
' That the nnmber of guests at Haywood
White Sulphur Sprinssis now between
one and two hundred" brt room fqr
more..--- r' ' v '' "'r.' ' ', tf. ;
Tubs. L.' Emoky; Esq, i ; i J
. Our old friend, of Halifax,:-is jn . the
city. He has three splendid horses here,
ready for the races' this week. This
means business for some body. ;. v , " ;
A' V ; l-rizJ':
Mr. George. Bell callecLbur attention
Saturday' to the. finest fattest beef, we
have ever seen in this market, raised and
fattened by Mr.' John Lyndsey; evidently
a good farmer of McDowell county. It
was about the riaht age,. and the fat
hung on the body in lumps. Jt was just
such a beef as our larmers ought to have
for Bale at all times there is much more
profit in such, and far more popularity as
beef. We hope to see more of such on
our markets. . Mr. Bell received several
orders for beef immediately upon show
ing the live beef. . . .
Speeadinq OuT.i--" i 'y;''-t--"-
Asheville trade-is beginning to da wbui
we have long urge.d!it sllbuld dov reach
out and enlarge its territory. Our home
manufactories specially should do so," and
it gives us pleasure to learn are doing so.
Messrs. Alexander and Penland, manu
facturers and dealers in Saddles, Harness,
&c., have" been making: shipments to
Manning, S. C, and Chapel Hill, N. C.
Upon inspection their-oods were found
to be so superior, they were at once
given orders. Let the good work be
pushed. ' " , . ,
"The Lord Knows this is. the best
Country in the Would." ' . - -Mrs.
Susan Starnes,. a lady seventy
odd years of age, sold her homestead to
Capt. M. J. Fagg, two years ago, and
went to Dallas, Texas. Yesterday even
ing she returned, and Capt. Fagg happen
ing to be on the train: got the conductor
to stop and let her off the train at her old
home. - she left Dallas Friday, reaching
her old home Sunda evening, having
travelled all the way alone. As she
alighted, she clasped her hands and said,
"Thank Heaven I am back again v The
Lord knows this is the best country in
the world." All of her friends are ulad
of her return. V -
An Idea that Might be Followed.
A combination of tent and- hotel - life
has been attempted at a summer, resort
on the d'acibc coast. , Jb,ach guest or
family can have a separate tent, pitched
in a grove overlooking the sea.: and pro
vided with the rude furniture of a camp;
but there is also a wooden hotel, in
which an ordinary apartment is assigned
to every visitor, for refuge hi case of
storm or sudden dislike of the canvass.
Meals are served in a general dining
room, or in ten Us. as desir edjand the bills
of fare include the primitive dishes of
campers as well as the products of French
cookery.. .-"--
NtmBKEixoBcnijiwai
The- Citizen recently alluded to the
numbering of certain buildings in the
city, and commended it to,alL - Mr. T. W.
Branch calls our attention to tbe fact
that a complete numbering of all build
ings, down, even to half-numbers, has
beerf done, and accurately, done, by the
insurance' companies, including the en
tire business portion of the city and
full copies of the map are in the posses
sion ol Mr. isranch and Mr- Aston. v e
would therefore Buggest that all property
owners call on one or the other of these
gentlemen and get his, her ortheirnum-
bers, and havo them affixed to the build
ings. " This will be a very important and
useful improvement. ; ."
Pictures Enlarged. . , . -''
An opportunity will be before the peo
pie of Asheville for a very few days to
have small pictures of friends and loved
ones enlarged to any size, style and color.
All grades of work in ink, color and cray
on.- Orders given jiow will be delivered
tho first of September. ro house does
better work than the one I represent. Pic-turesiife-like
and natural color of eyes
and hair' given v if desired.: ' All worki
framed and delivered at. your; homes
ready for baa ging. All should improve
the opportunity. Ornament your homes
with pictures of loved ones. Show y6ur
appreciation of a mother's love and a
father's care. ; Your ; children's pictures
enlarged will be a consolation. Consult
at once and decide what you -want.
Work for Weaverville will be delivered
August the 8th, 9th, and 10th, ; -
Respectfully, -1,
july 27-d w It :: W. R Smith.
Cigar Stand. - V,. - ' .
'Mr." Ike Henry .will have a cigar stand
at thecamp ground, during the encamp
ment. ' The Daily Citizen wil be at the
stand promptly every evening, with full
telegraphic dispatches; . ' - tf -
Stall No. l', .- '. -
'At, the -new market is now. well
supplied witb the best Beef, Mutton, and
fresh .meats generally this - mountain
country affords, at the lowest cash
prices. Call on Zachary Baps.
tan20 ' " '
Pkivate Boarding in Waynesville.
iThe undersigned is prepared to accom
modated 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. McInTosn
Encampment Notes. : -"-.:
: Powell . and r Snider, . the ' w)ielesale
grocers, haveopened an oflice at Camp
Scaled where the boys carMeave their
orders for any thing in tho? grocery or
produce line and have their goods deliv
ered in the camp. This will . be ya great
convenience, in the cam. : . -t -v.
y Url A.' A Shuford, a rroiinent mer
chant of Hickory,' and ai able member
of the lastHouse of Repf eKentatives from
Catawba, is in th city '.'coaling off" for a
few days, the gviest of our townsman C.
E r Graham." We were glad to see our
friend.-,",. ;,::! -T ., v "
All II oot : Dress Goods in great 'wriety,
Silk. Surahs. Rlmdamet.. .Saiim, Velvets-
Satines, Vermles, Gingham. iMvms, lYmts,
IL lillDWOOD t GO.
. cou'f
A good flock
ry Good:, JIil;
wad vKxiijiahlij
iihhy, Dry Goods ,Fan
s, ttc, at fixed
IIF.DWOOD ii CO. '
It.
" BLACK MOUNTAIN.-1
a'good HOTEL PERSONAL. ::
J;: Moust Mitchell "Hotel, A.
Blaek Mountain, N. C,, July 25,-'S5.
Edilari Citizen ? This delightful ;'sutof
mer resort is.- now attracting -quit -a
number of guests. -, The hotel 13 well
arranged for comfort, rooms .well ventil
ated and every thing is done to render
the guests comfortable., v l have been at
a great many watering places and : have
never seen any summer ; resort BO; well
aupplietl with the richest -of , sweet tailk
and pure - mountain 1 fresh butter. . Mr.
Stepp offers so many inducements' that I
see no reason that the Mount 'Mitcbel
Hotel ought not to be full of peopleUo
enjoy . this pure mountain air- ana ine
excellent table that is furnished every
day for the comfort of the many - gueste.
. . . ... 1 a!
Mr. stepp win now inaue large reuueuon
on board-lor person sN and -lamines.
Boarding by the month or weektbe rates
will be" so reduced that all 'may avail
themselves of this privilege; There havef
ooerj,; nere- persons wno-naye Tcceive,a
great benefit byonly'f Temaming few
days..' There is now a distinguished son
of'Nortli' Carolina, Col.. Yellowly from
Greenville, Pitt county.1 When he arriv
ed lie was very weak and could scarcely
walk from the depotrhe is now fast im
proving and says that he feels now that
he could dance. There has been. quite a
number of others ys.ho have improved
rapidly. , Persons from Louisiana and
Mississippi - think the Mount Mitchell
Hotel one of the most desirable resorts
in the western part of the State.
Mr. stepp expects the hotel to be full
after the first of August, lie is looking
for a large company this week from Uai
e i haDd otei parts 0 the Stae.
. ,. .- -.- .. -, Cwes ;
Resolctioks" at the NoEiiAL.A -
The following resolutions, adopted last
Fridav, were not handed to lis until this
morning, llence tue delay in pumica
tion. ... .'"-'''
By Mr. S, C. Herren : ; c '
"Resolved, That the thanks of the
managers, teaciiers and mends 01 tiie
Asheville State N6rmal are due and are
hereby tendered to the newspapers of
Asheville, Tup Citizen, Advance, and
Tribune for the kind interest taken by
them in the success of the first session of
said school." Carried unanimously.
By Hon. H. A. Gudger : - i , ' ,
- " Hesohed, That a vote of thanks and
appreciation for"the services rendered by
County Superintendent Jno.; W. Starnes
be now tenueied'to him by the trustees,
school and audience now present
Prof- H. L. King requested that we: take
a rising vote. ; Lamed . unanimously.
She Waits to Embrace lint... ,. , ;.
The Louisville lltnes exhibit the fol
lowing- touching interest in' a' mother
near and dear to the hearts of North
Carolinians : ,V --'.;".-.. . -
"Through ecu unpardonable "iriadver
tenee, we have for some time failed to
note in appropriate terms' that, our good
brother Munneli, 01 the JJrmocrul.is still
ter at Chunky Gal, N. C T u e have ask
ed the Administration for nothing, but,
feeling a deep and abiding interest in
North Carolina and : brother : .Mnnnell,
and desiring to unite tiie two in; close
bonds of interest and Kytnpathjvwe crge
Postmaster General V Has, and we lai
plore the President, to take up the papers
in the Chunky Gal case and give brother
Mnnnell -that- recognition " his modest
merit deserves." ., - " . . - :
Miss'Bessie, daughter of Mr. W. F.
Rice, of this county, died at her. home
yesterday. Funeral services were held
to-day by I-lev. Geo. Bell. ' The remains
will be interred at the old' family home
stead oh Bull Creek. , K . : ,
The Great Races.
The following two year olds have been
entered in the Mouthful State to be run
tb-morrow at the French Broad Course :
II I Pope's B F, lied Vino. ' ; 7
1 Owen Daly's Br F, High Patience.
E W Herndon's Ch O. Ioanhoe.
"Jno A Williams. Jr Ch F, Sirocco
" The entries for the French .Broad cup,;
for Thursday are the following pood
horses: . :
T L Emory's Ch G, Brookhill. . ' i
H I Pope's Ch M, vMdma Long.
Jno A Williams, JrrB II, Tom Bacon.
. J S Evans' Br M, Palmetto.. .. . '
J G Thompson's ClrM, CoraLee.t
"One mile and a halrdash. , .
A Challenge Notice.,; ; '.'; "
i I hereby challenge any trotting or
pacing horse, belonging to Asheville, to
go against hie any distance, ibr $100 a
side. Race to be run witliin 5days, on
the A sheville Race Course, ". - i; .
r. Very Respectfully, -)-.-.
r r' - r : v J. H. Polhill, .
It Champion Bicyclist of the South.
Have displayed "much taste J,in their
decorations at both establishments, com-
Elfmentary to the visitingmilitaVy. They
ave taken great interestin theEncarnp
ment, having contributed. w$l 50 p tothe
fund for the occasion. ;, '" .
Inferior Court,"-. ...j-.::- ;.'; ;
This court convened "this morning at
10 o'clock. - The docket is not eb'large'as
usual, there being only 36 cases on it.
Solicitor Carter thinks he -may finish it
up in two or three days. 4 i I ' . ''-' -l -i'
The docket was cone over' by tiie
Solicitor and the State announced itself
readv-in most of the'caaesV'': ' -
The case of State vs. Rogers and Gaston
Brown, for an affray, was taken up and
at the 'hour ; of going "to press the evi
dtmre is btinar introduced by the de
fendant, Rogers. - The defendant Brown
subrnits. .' . ;:;" '-" ';-' - 'iX: ' . ,
Keep iT "Befoiie, the PEon.Ey r V t v;
-That ' the water at Ilaywbod'AVliite
Sulphur Springs is a specific for all dis
eases of the Liver, Stomach and Kid-
iH'Vd. j."' ''. . '.: t -'-;-? N- tf-
Pkivate BoRDiyq is Wayjchville.
The undersigned is pregareil to accom
modate a limited number of boarders at
her homo in, Waynesville. Convenient
to the White, Sulphur. Springs. -Accom-
- 2il t. ...,-- tt .1-1 rA ii vn tt
i; tf ; I v Mrs. J. B. -8. McIntosii,, ,
Ctitiimfjf:-aU 'graded,' for-infnpouito
find children.? ateo a- good stock of Alerts
I'urinshmg Goods.- .-'' '
Sjol.t: JI. RllD UYJOD-xl: CO?
Railkoaji Tickets. - -'-'"'.-"':-.- ::- ;
f' Parties having tif-kf ts to Iit-if"so. of in
any.,-direction,- will "t-a'.l on n? at'.the
Swannanoa ll .tt l. V. 1. Joni s.
1 ffiel :-". ''.- ''..'"'' ' - -
Exoampjiext Notes. : ' ,' -:, ' " .'
' Monday moniing "broke bright "Sand
beautiful , upon the Camp,' the rain of
Saturday putting a new aspect and feel-
ing iipoii ,everyr .man nd everything.
The . men have adapted .themselves, to
camp life .with wonderful, facility, "sur
rounding themselves- with the comforts
that an old; campaigner- might Buggest..
The 4th Regiment is particularly, re
markable for: (the good taste , and the
home character J of . its jBiirroundings.
The profusion of booths or bowers sug
gests the idea of a forest camp, and the,
question is often asked - how one regi
. L ' i . . ' T . , .1
iutsuiiv-t;in.-aujps in me : woous ana tiio
other in the blazing sunshine. ' H
One. thing Anay . not. be forgotten.
While the men make themselves com
fortable as soldiers, they- do not forget
that they are gentlemen.:. There, ia not
a single case ol depredation on cornfields
or the stores of the'torchard or the fowl
yardy things under such circumstances
conventionally free property 'i '. ;
. Th-e 2nd Regimentaius addition to i ta
strengtn, ; numbers .. join t every day;
and while . gaining in - strength, t gains
also"iri discipline. It is tbefavbrite with
many; out we cannot justly maKe. 01s-
crimmations; for the' whole constitute a
fine body of troops. They are ready for
instant actual service; and would' be
ready to meet the order" to vove to any
part of the. United States in twenty-four
hours notice. Much ia due to the ordi
nance officer, Lt.-Col. Olds, ' for the com
plete equipment of the troops. - There
is nothing in details, or in fullness want
ed. Col. Black pays a high compliment
to the efficiency of this officer when he
says no troops in the Southern Rtatesare
so amply and perfectly equipped. ; ;
- ;In connection with discipline "and
equipment it may be added that the
camp is well policed, and there is little
sickness among the men and none that
is at all serious. - ." " ' ; V
All the staff officers are present except
Col. Eugene Morehead, Quarter Master
General. Lt.-Col. Olds discharges the
duties of. that oflice. Surgeon General
Grissom arrived yesterday morning, and
was warmly-welcomed. . Among the
marked men in the camp is the hand
some Capt. Wood, of the splendid Eliza
beth Ci y Company. He was drill mas
ter for Gov. Jarvis during the earlier days
of the war, and has not forgotten his cun
ning. His company holds the present
rank - of the best drilled in the State
They must however,: look out for their
laurels. -Evervbody
is on the qui vive lor Gov
Scales' arrival. Wednesday is the grand
day of Review: and we- presume the
world will bo there to see. The bovs
are somewhat disappointed at the com
paratively small numbers attending the
afternoon drills.
At 3 o'clock yesterday morning the
long roll was suddenly sounded, and in
five minutes every man was in ranks to
repel a night attack, x There was rapid
and heavy firing along the lines; and the
enemy, were driven back without the
loss of a man on the part of the defend
ers. .-- .. ' ' .'' -- "
r- The camp witnessed a more quiet scene
wbeir-ther-riabuati son was - onrewii src
high in the heavens. . Bishop Lyinait of
the Episcopal church, assisted by tne
Rev, Mr. Carmichael, Chaplain of the 2nd
Regiment, held divine service, the im
provised pulpit being placed under 1
tree in the ravine 'near1 the camp. On
the sloping sides of the ravine the troops
were grouped trie 2nd Kegi men t in lull
strength.- Other ; troops were present,
and - a considerable number, of citizenB
Bishop Lymau preached a most admira
ble sermon, the leading idea.lliat the
soldier, equipped for physical battle had
suggested to mm that he was engaged in
a great moral battle, of which the world
was the field, but the consequences of
1 l' A - A ' A
victory or ueieai reacmng into eternity.
The reference made by the Bishop to the
dead General Grant was feeling, eloquent
and most beautifully expressed in lan
guage and tone. - -
The music by the choir, from the 2nd
Regiment, was touching and exquisite
made more impressive by tlits surround
ings., j , .
It was the 3rd Regiment that attended
afewryices on uattery sorter at. 0 p. 111. v e
siOiiK 01 mac service eisewiier.
Ten Kicnr's I a Bar Room ta Oi kua
Hall To-Kigut Grand Tournament.
Determined "Bout Between Sir
Knight Rkfop.m and' the , Demon
j Drink. ' '-. -; -
' This greatand popular nioral play of
T. S..f Arthur, in five acts, will .be given
by the Firmiii-Jack Comedy Com pany
this evening and th a people's popular
prices, admission only 25 cents, with re
served seats 10 cents .extra will prevaif.
This order of plays with these talented
artists to porlrav the exciting Bcenes win
no doubt" prove most effective ia drawing
a crowded- audience to 'tho Opora
Hall. Miss Annie Firmin,; John Jack
and the entire troupe will appcar.
'Visitors will find the largest lot of
Goods for presents at J': L. Wilko & Co.'s
Book Store, Eagle building. - -
1 . ' ';-. '.- .' '
jThird Regiiiient Pure Mountain DeJ
6n draft, with ev9rvthing' lse 'usually
kept in a first-class bar, at W. O. Muller
& Co.'s Public Square. Cal Jones, Dick
Sorrell and Ben Young ask all to "dew
drop in.' ' - . f ' -: '- -:
RAJijtoAD Tickets Bought and Sopd-
I will buy, sell or exchange Railroad
Tickets from or to any point. Parties
interested will' do' well-to call and Bee
me . - 1 1 :--X-: J. M. Young,
j tse2Q - AtCarmichael's Drug Store
Carpets, Maitbigt, Squares, Rugs, Mats
O'd' Cloths, Lace Curtains, Cretonnes, Raw
Silks, Turcomans, lable Damasks, blaxtmg,
Totms, JSapKins, ccc. - :
eodt- ' Hi REDWOOD & CO.
Ten Nights id Bar Room at the Opera
Hall to-night, hv V v . -
, - NEW ADVKIITISPLMENI, '
VtTAXTKU, ," . -' .
A partnertliip with a man of capital or means
to Steam Dry and reliandlo Leaf Tobacco ou
.t((t In AshevtliH. . . - -
With a man of lone experience and established
trade in the leaf and manufacturing trade's of
Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina and foreign
ijiariietH.'j.A('ress v. fi., -
, jul7 d 1 mo f " BOX 6S, Reidsville, N. C
KKEyVILLIJ AND TUSCULf.M COLLKGK
Legislature of Xorth Carolina htfore Tenuessoe
bcciimo a Ktnte. Kev buildings; thoronuii nnd
prut-tioul' iiixlnaclion. . Ct, lowwt yhible;
cheaper U11111 miy ollit-r institution o"like pnuie
in the oiith. Jtoth wxw a-lmiUed to College
clussvs. - .Solid for -Calamine to
' s. .A. CAILB, Secy Fiictilly,
. - - ' ' w. - T uscifiini), 'iiiiii.
jyii;,;:xa -
TELEGRAPHIC.
ASSOCIATED" PRESS TELKGKAMS 1 SPE-
7; C1AL TO CITIZEN. V.
TUE K1VOXVII.I.I2 'f RIBUXE
EXCURSION TO ItOUlVD
-'.: . KXOR
Started this morning. 't
One Ilumlred xind Fifty Ladies and Gentle-
; -;' men Leave KnofvUle.' ; - -1A
f ZOUXD KNOB TO-NIGJIT. v
RETURN
TO ASHEVILLE.
MORROW. - -
20-
-, . Special Telegram to the Da'ly Citizen. : " '
Kno.xville, July 27thJ '
The Daily Tribune excurwion, number-
ing one - hundred and fifty Ladies and
gentlemen left this; place at 0:50 this
morning for Round Knob and Asheville.
The party go to Round Knob - to' night,
and return to 'Asheville to-morrow to
take iathe encampment, the. races," tc
Gcronlmo ,- and f hi JBantls.
Continued Depredations.
' '. ; . Sax Fabnsoo July 27. r
A special to the Call from Willicox
Arizona, ea s: '
Geronimo and his . band are reported
to be in the-Dragoon.Mountains.; TI.ey
ran off a quantity of stock near Charles
ton on' Friday, and committed several
depredations, but no particulars are ob
tained. Two companies of troops have
been ordered from Camp Grant to go to
Dragoon Summit to capture them.
Cholera in Spain.
, Madrid, July 27.
Incomplete returns of the progress of
the cholera in Spain, yesterday, give the
N.o of new cases at 2,488, and of deaths
at 8 ! v. .
TUE COTTON MILLS MEET
ING NOT ENTHUSIASTIC.
Temporary - Suspension Ree-
ommended.
- - Augusta, July 27.
rhe meeting of the Southern Mills is
rather a failure - in point of members: and
at twelve o'clock has not been called to or
der, though the time was set for eleven
o'clock. Little interest is 'manifested; and
half of the mills in this city are not repre
sented. . 1 he representatives are isseru.
bled in the . Commercial Club rooms and
are chatting , among themselves; but no
steps toward organization have been taken,
The .mills from, several Southern States
represented. , At 12.30 President
B rocker of Memphis is reading the call for
the meeting, the convention was organized
W..iiilim.iliiHI.I I.,. I.. .t.i. .1
President McCoy . to act Si Secretary-
President Cotthran offered, ih-j following
resolutions ' " whi ch were " unanimously
adopted : ; "Resolved, - 1 hat this . conven
tion of Southern mill managers recommend
that each mill ia the South at its. owri cou
venience suspend operations for at least 30
davs between the first day of August and
the first day of November. Naxt ensuing
Kes'ilved, that ail other matters ol men-
tion in the call be referred to a . committee
of fifteen id the Southern mills association."
On motion of -President Bullock of the At
lanta mills, the convention adjourned.
The Sow of. General Grant in
New York Selecting Si Site
for the place or interment.
' . New York, July 27.
Col. Fred Grant and Jesse Grant who
arrived on the Varlv train 611 the West
Shore Road got to Citv Hall at half past
9 o'clock this morning for the purpose of
contering with '.Mayor Grace upon, the
arrangements for their father s funeral
the .Mayor did not arrive at his office
until a half an hour later, and tbe visitors
were shown into his private room.' In
the meantime, Gcn'l Perry arrived at
the City Hall to represent 3en'l ; Han
cock . in making - arrangement for the
obsequies. Afte" the Mayor's arrival
the parties were efoHcted together for
some time, it is said mat. during tne
day they will visit Central '. Park and in
spect tle different sites suggested for the
place for the, General to be buried at
11:40 a. in. Col. Fred Grant, Jesse Grant
Mayor Grace and President Sanger of
the Board of Aldermen went to Central
Park where thev were met by Park Com
niissioners Crimmins, Borden, Powers
and Beekman.- After viewing the sites.
the party will return to City Hall where
a definite decision will be likely made
known. ' - "","' '
To Oua Friends. . , a' - ;
- Please do not forget to " call at the
Citizen office this week, and settle what
you may owe. - It was needed, it is now,
tf.
A Challenge A Rifle Match. ;
. The Fayetteyille Independent Light
Infantry issues tbe following, which has
been communicated to the Colonels of
the different regiments, and will thus b
made known to the se veral Companies :
. ' Headquarters F. IIj. I. Co..' .
" Camp'Scalcs, Jnly 27, '8ot
.The. Fayetteville Independent " Light
Infantry Company hereby challenge the
lie Match at 200 yardd range, to be gov
craed by Creedmoro ruies. on Wednet
day, at 2 o'clockp. m.' upon tho follow
ine terms, to wit; ....
Entrance fee for each team of five to
be not less tnan Twenty tve nor more
an One Hundred Dollars. - ,
, The winning team to take the stakes
Teams competing must be composed
of bona fide members of the Company
ttiey repreteat. ... . ...
And also challe igc the best single shot
by each Company uj oa" the same terms
aiulxondnjons as BUted for the teams.
Tcaiv;s entering, must report and pay
entraiice fee to Col. W.C. .Tone.-?, 2d. Rocr.
at -. 12 o'clock on Wednesday.
. . U.-l. Campbell,
1. MiH ,1. t n. a., i lcr:7.
TUE 4 IIOLI.IU1 JM SJVf .V.
The IlscaHC Spreading:.
Xero Fiadlett wkll Bom BitrnA. '
- . 'J' ; ' : . . 1 MADHiD," July 27 ,
Returns from all but five of the Chofe- "
ra infected" d'stricta in Spain, -plaee-tbo" '
number of new cases of the 'disease' y es-v
terday at 2.582. and of deaths at 1)19. 1i4e
contagion has spread, to the Provinces of
Logrono, 'where several casos Jiave al- .,
ready occurred. ..r Troops stationed iu -jhe
city -of SaraifOfcaa, where tho disease; is .
now raging, have been supplied Uh"
guitars to keep up their spirits. 'Thcr 11 u ' .-;
sic of these instruments : can be hoard '
day and night, '. - ' ', .
Services 1 in Honor of fJenJ"
. . Grant in Westminster '-'
'- -; - : .lbbey. ', . . -:;
', " ' - V-London, July 2vli. v,
It is now' announced, that services in.
memory-of Gen, Grant at ,Westirtinser '.
Abbey will take placo at ibur .oVlotk. "
Tuesday Augnsfc the 4th.-Th,I)ean. o&
V estminster will read tho Episcopal ser
vice and the Rev. Dr. Farrarwill deliver
an address. A large number of Amer
icans have -been allotted, seats for the
occasion.- - - -
". THE MUXSTEIl 1I.VAK.
Arrangements for
Resunip-
- tion. .
' - Dublin, July
27.v
The Bank of Ireland will to-day . an
nounce its decision as to'whethcr it will
render to the Munster Bank sufliciint
financial aid to cnablo the latter, to re
sume. The Muuster Bank deiwsitors.
representing credits of $4,000,000, have
bo far signed guarantees hot to withdraw
their deposits for 0 months in order to
enable the bank to realize on its assets
FIRE IN GREEN SISOUO.
THE LulRGEST CONFLAGRATION
SINCE 1871. ' '.
We are indebted to Mr. W. S Ilemby
of the Greensboro Patriot for the following-distressing
details of a fire which
took place yesterday morning : '
Greensboro, July 2t)tli, &. :
The . biggest fire had here sinco '71
broke out this morning about 4 o'clo k '
in J. F. Causey's three story brick build
ing one block from the depot, opo;te . ; "
Odell & Co.'s hardware store, .and iinuu - :
diately south of the Mc.VDoo House. The . -fire
is said to have originated in the store
of Hudson and Ivirknian, from a burniug " "
caudle left in the cellar by a colftred m r- ;'
vant. The fullowinir - were burnt" out :
Hudson and Kirkmancroirv ' dealer?, ";
grocery, dealer, Jotw about, tl.oOit, nnsur ,
ance $7(K); Southern exprct-s ; oJIiwv 1' 88
not : estimated: Wharton amt'Stratfon',
hardware ati'd iaruiing iin'jilcif'f iitP, lops ;
about $10,000, insurance 4,5fK); the Bap- '''
tist church riildinir,- losai $(t,liul).- J. V. -.
Causey's losson building is CblimatisI at.
$10,000, insured for $3,5K). The water ,
supply. wiw. v-ry iuadequate, . and the :
need ot water works was mucii li-lt l.r 1
the protection of adjacent buildings'. " '
The Tournament at the Opera Hall to-.
night. Fight l,etween Reform and ihe
demon Drink. Admission enly 2-)conls. -
The evil effects of Mixed Drinks. One
night in a Bar -Room, .to-night at the
Opera Hall. .. . -..'.'.. .
We are glad to learn that the Arden
Park Hotel is full. It 's . worthy of the -fine
patronage it receive!; and there is
no more charming summering place.-ia,;'
the mountains. . . -
Senator Vance smut the May in the
city and at Camp Scales. 1 lie returned
to Black. Mountain this alterpoon. . .
Arden Park Hotel Rates: $40.()0 .jer'
month: $12.00 per week: $2.00 per daw
Dinner 75 cents; Supper 75 cents. ' 1
-1 hob. A. Morris, rmp'r.- -luly23.
. .' jtf.r,-.
"Wcavervilie College. ' - -
; For Catalogues, a Idress ''' - ' . t '
. Rev. D. A. Atkins,
july 28. - dlwAw2iu . .
m " ' ; v "
'. . FOR NALE!
LUMBER, HAY, AND OTHER SUT
7 PLIES AT CAMP. SCALKS.. .' ,
I offer at private sa'.e Sixteen Thous
and feet of Lumber; Three thousand llw.
of Wheat Straw; Three thousand pounds . '
of Hay, some of it best Timothy. Five (;.
Water-tanks, and a dozen water barrels,'
together with a number ofpumpn, shov- ,
els, rakes and other supplies, -: , j. j
Apply 'o the rndersigncd, or to. Geo
F. Scott,' ISsq.- ' '--' ."
-.'" ' ; . - J0HN8T.ON JvNK8
: July 28. ; ",. - . , St.' .
Thb ItACEs To-Morrow. -t ,. .; - :
"The races at the fair grounds to-morrow T
will bo most dnteresUng,. as a ; goodly ;
n'lmber" of horses are here from South"!
and North Carolina, ' and Tenne8ee '
The races, will begin sharp at 3 o'clock-. ,
.The State Guard, asa body, have been -invited
on the grounds, on Wednesday !
afternoon, and wili be present. , . ; .
Splendid Hoard." '
; 'Parties desiring sjlendid board. 1nne
of the coolest and most inviting location .'
in the citv, can get accommodation by",
eaily apilication. - Large, airy houne, X
new" . furniture, ; large ' and .'phnUiU'r..
shadiMl yard, the best table the country .
can afford, a French cook; excellent -o-'
ciety, are among the attractions, '.'fable;-'"
boarders taken. Terms reason:ibIe. . Ad
dress box 234, Asheville post office. " ' - .'
; july 27-d 2t -.' : - t ' j ;
Tub Fclton'-Makket Spii'En
Beef "' " ' '
At Powell and Spider's, is one.
of tho
best delicacies over brought to this city.
It i delieionu, and i-i g yn like I o
V-akes. A irvA sujply just received. '
Geu'l llant-o k wdi hr,ve charge of i!n
funeral cereinonioH attending thrj bji-Ial
of General Grant.
(ien'l Beauregard ecik'
Mr.-), Grant, and fays:
was a brave, Kiicct-sfu'
roii'l.
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