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" EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.-
- SATLT, .
X Year, .
' O Mos.,
," O Mow., -AUVERTISlko.
A&lievillc Rjislnwrf lire'tory.
' General iInrhimlx-W&olc.mle and Iiaail.: . j
' O. F- Graham A Co , R. R. Chodcstcr & Son, J. n: t
Brevard & Co., Jl O. Howell, - tr. llainnicisJiiaK,;
!. K. J.eo, H. -Redwood & Co., J. 1". Kawyer, . A
Hears A. H. Jottes &Gon,Be:a0.en,RMikm & Co.,
V. H. Brown, U. it. Roberts. - t;
Garden and Field Seeds. i -
- Powell l Snider, H. H. Lyons, A. J. MHrfUI, H.
Redwood Co.. J. O. no well, J. P. Sawyer, Bear
deu. Raukui fc Co., C. U.Moncure.. f. .?; .....
' j ' i Graaii May and Flour y )
J. K. Starucs, PowcP.4 Snider, Alexander and
Penlnud. i .--. ". ,,v;V-.y
Hardware, Agricultural Imptemcntsyd:c.
; Potuunian Se Co., VanGilder JfBiwB.'--y-; -ftfoi-e.
Jlousejtmiu-hing, and Timcare. ;
Ballard BrOSji Brown & Bcardcn, IindseyBros.
, , -v Cluthivff, Gait? Furnishingk&c "'J -
JwnieS'P. Sawyer. il7 I.cvy;'CliarIc E Lec,S
- Ahitiocit. " :-; .v.
Hoots, Shoes, tuid Mat. . ;
r ' W, T. IVeaver, If. Levy. 7'- , .- vV; ,, .
' -t Hoot and Shoe Manufacturer! ;; v.o ' ?
II. Levy, W. T.Vearer, A-Freqlc,:
. . . . Book and Stationery.'..
. J. U Wllkic.. 7N. Morgan & Co. It ; T. lita-l-ook,
11. II. Lyons. .' - -
' - --DniytitU and Piarmacenilsti. ,': "
JT II T w., W.. TVManlfc. L C. Vault
b C, U .11. Moncure, VV. K. Pelham. " -. --.
. ' Jostcit jjjjaruTOen(, Ac .. . r V";
. .DcVauHBroi. i. 1. ' !
'. ju v,.' Jewelers. s :: ; t " . "i-'l' '
C. CowaliySteflnerlmd Kobcrtsoii. f : v . - t '
tamttt Groccrie. - :
Powell and Snicfir, S. R. Kepler,- A. R. Cooler.
Penley & Co.. T. V. Barnes, i. W. Goodlake. A-J.
Jlerrill, J. K. Ware, iTe snJ Howell, A C. Davis,
James Franks, J. J. Maoky & r Jesse R. Staines,
(. L. McDonald, W. h. MtXgan, F M. Johnson, R,
. li. Noland & Son8,T. W. Pliilton, J. R. Tiull.G. II.
KUnies, N. Tcnland. Pc-ulani'Si Alcxaurter. - Mrs.
I. C. Hmitb. . :. Y.
'- - Butchers, Meat Dealers, -.-
' Zachery Rros., James Lusk, T. K.."5vis, Me
Conuell and Drake.
J J. Desmond, F. M. Johnson, J. C. Oliver, "'--
Confectioners and Balers. V 1 :
J. 3. Desmond, (factory), J. M Heston.l Wells.
. f Saddlery,Uarness, &e. . "7"
: K. IT. Gilbert & Co., Alexander and Penlnnd.
-. Furniture, itc. ,
' W. B. Williamson, Meore Falk, P. S. sTo
Hullen. " ; ' '
Undertakers. . ,
X. Urand, J. V. Brown, John Clayton ' '
;. Coal Dealers.
S. F. Venable," D. S, Wution, mil and Atkins
X. W. Gird wood it Co. -. - .
" . Lumber Dealers
" onbleday & Scott. . . ' . "' i
. . Contractors, Carpenters, and Builders.
I. Gorenflo. John Hart, J. A. Wagner. T. C.
Westall, E. J. Armstrong, J. E, Buttric, T. lu
Clayton, A. C. West. , ; , ; , 1 .
. 'I ' Blacksmiths "' J; ' ' .
1). W. Ccnble, J. II, Woody. -
, , Motels.
Swannansa, EagUv Grand Central, Western,
Jarolina House, Bias le House, The Villa. ;
' Private Boarding. t
S. Fi Venable, A. T. Summey, Miss Bettie
P.rown, Misses Coffin, Mrs. A. E. Hall, P. F. Emer
son, Muss Smith, T. W. Keel, Mrs. A. B. Chuun,
J. H. Carter, G. M. Roberts, U-. II. GrahhG.CMc
DonalU, M. J. Fagg, J. A. Fagg, J. E. Rankin, W.
T. Reynolds, Mrs. T. E. ReyiioldxrE. Sluder, Mrs.
Holland, Mrs. 'Broiles, Mrs. J C Smuthers, Mrs E
L. Raird, W. W. McDowell, James W. Patton, Mis.
Leicester Chapman, II. C. Hunt, H. C. France
Mrs. A. Sinclair, P. S. McMullen. ;
Livery. Sale and Feed Stables. y
Reynolds & Chambers, J. M.Ray, v. A. Wed
din. James Sevier, C. O. Allen, T. H. Stanslll
Wm. Cox, E. W. Hern don, S. H. Barnard, G. V.
Morgan & Oo., E. T. Clemmons,- Jesse B,. Starnes.
Colleges, Seliools, tc. -
Asheville Female College, Asheville Male
Academy, Newton Academy, MissGoodloe's High
Sfhool Ha yoimfr ladles. Mis-iiuwUJfc'MW"9' i
tcbool, Mrs. J. P. Gammon's l'rimary School,!
Uirec white public schools, two good colored
schools. . A graded school has been authorized by
law, and a State Bormal school will be held every
summer. . - - . -
Mrs. H. MHerndon, S. W hltlock, Mrs. M. E.
Mann, J. P. Sawyer, Mrs RR Porter,
Attorneys At Law. , r .
MsLoud & Moore, J. H. Merrimon,"E. H. Mer
rimon, M. E. Carter, Ai L. Carter, Gudger & Car
ter. J. M. Gudger, F. A. Sondley, W. 8. Cushman,
Richmond Pearson, E. D. Carter, W.W. Vandiver,
Davidson & Martin, T. A. Jones, S. H. Reed, W. B.
Gwyn, Locke Craig, W. R. Whitsoh. Jones and
Hardwicke, Johnston & Shuford, We M. C-ocke,
Natt Atkinson, A. T. Davidson, W. H. Malone,
V.S. Lusk, 4. A. Cummings, A. J. Lyman.
' . Physicians and Surgeons.
- D. J.; Cain, W. L. & W. D. Hilliard, John Hey
Williams, J. A. . Burroughs, J. A. Watson, M. L.
Nelson, WardlaW McGill, H. P. Gatchell. "
. i Dentists. '.
G. W. Whitson, B. H. Douglas, K. H. Reeves, A.
' Banks, Bankers and Brokers. , .
. Bank of Asheville, Sluder & Barnard.
i.- Merchant Tailors.' y . -
- J. W. Schartle. . ? i - ' . 1, " ?
Dealers in Furs. . '
M. ElUck. : - ' " ::
Beat Estate Agencies.
Walter B. Gwyn, A. J. Lyman, Natt Atkinson,
E. J. Aston, B. M. Jones. . ,,: . . " i
' - Architects and Civil Engineers,' " ,
S F VenoMe. J A Tennant,
. Tobacco Wardumses. :
" The Asheville "Warehouse, The Banner Ware
house, The Farmer's Warehouse, Ray's Ware
house, The Buncombe Warehouse. :
Toliacco Manufacturers Owing and Smoking.
S. B. West, McCarty i& Hull, J. E. Ray, E. I.
Holmes ACS., Shelton t Perry; W. P.TVllliamson.
- - Li F. Sorrell, N. W. Girdwood, WHliamJWeaver,
, - Hart. . ... .,-.'..
. l. -Wfnet, Liquors, tfc'- ,.
I oughran Bros.; Hampton & Featherstone, W.
O. Muller,fc(X)., A.,P SorrelL , : . t
': 'PapeT8Man$ers. .j Js i r. .
. Cain & Hunt, Moore & Falk, R.. L, Fitzpatrick.
1 - Newspapers. ' ' . "
Daily and Wmklt Citizes, Dally and Weekly
A dvai i cc, ITieJbihev da Tribune weekly.) .i --. .
-Job vgiccs. . '
" t The Citizen Job Gtllce, Hunt & Robertson;-' '
f - ' -' ThoVogrdpMri. """ -7. .-r.'
:vKo,t. W. Taylor-SrtTi-irm.';.
Grist Millt, t& '
Jordan AHally burton W. Girdwbod, Jas. E.
Buttrlck. t-McLane. , -. . ' .... - ..
. : . - Fertilizers, dec. r y.-iri-:';
F. N- Wuddell, "Star Brand."-Penniman & Co.,
"Anchor Brand'' G. M. Roberts, Alex. Porter,
Piedmont," W. II. penland, "Owl Eracd," Bear-
den, Kaukir & Co., "Ober & Co.'s Special," Lyon
: & Walker .."'Farmer's Friend," T. C. Starnes, Ar
lington."' W. W.. Barnard, "Sea Fowl," N. AW
" Giid wood t Co., "SolHble PaciUc"
. v- insurance. ' -.
E. J. ASton.Thos. W. Branch.' , : ' .
. ir. V. Telegraph, '
' 8. G. Weldou, nianager.-
Southern and'Adavis Erpres...
F. A. Stikeleather, manage ;
Civil Officers of Bunc. nbe County. ;
.:lerk E. W
R. Rich; Deputy Daniel Beynolds: S.
. Herndon; Register J. K. 'Patterson;
t Treasurer J. H. Courtney;' Surveyor B. F. Patton:
Tax Collector T. W. Patton. r ;.,
Jnferhrr Court., ' y'-i.
Iiistice G. A. Khuford:. Clerk Mont Patton, Solic;
lor ti. a. carter. . .y
County Commissioner. r- .
. J. E. Rankin, J. A. Reagan, J. W. Whltsbn; L.
Childs, Thos. D. Brittam. . , -' - , '.'rC--i
Jurtices of the Peace.. ' . A... ' '
A. T. Summey, N. A. Pehland, T. W, Patton, C.
-. Way, i. M. 1-edford, J. M. Jarratt, J. B. Caiu.
" City GommmrtJ. , . "
Mayor E. J. Aston; Aldermen W. T.; Reynolds.
Alonzo Rankin. Geo, F. Seott, I- If. Gorenfto, N.
W. Girdwood and J, L. Mnrray. Policemen A.
II. liaird.W. G. McDowell, J. H. Hampton, HuiOi
; Poslellanil T V Hunter. - t . .
Hose N. 1, oreman H. C. Faggj II. & L. No, 1,
- Sanitary Department. ; s:
-- Dr. D T Millard, Sanitary Chief. ,
-, . Federal tltfrccrs . . - "
. IT. a. CommiiMoner, A. T. summey. Deputy
f (Collector, (fitanip oflice) A. D. Cooier. District
: Txnutv S. C. Ilerren Deputy Marshulls, K. O.
Patterson, A; C. i'atteison, T. K. Davis, H. 8. Har-
- kins- . . '
- ' Vnitcd States Dietrtci and Circuit ourU..
Jndf-e R. P; Dick, Solicitor J. E. Eoyd, Clerk J.
' E. Iteed, Deputy Clerk P. A.XummiijgSi J
. '- Post Cficc: . '
n. L. Gndfier P. M., fieri, s C, B. Moore, W. Jj.
Ksinmn, ; L. Cliff. ' --
Sewing Machine Agencies. ";
Whehler & Wil?on, J. II. Herring, r hief Clerk
. " Miss Bt?st!ie Justice. Singer, M. H. Morjnilian,
Chief Clerk W. JlontealU. . Domesuci s. j-.-jnea
, enter t Son ; thus E Lee. . - .
' " Cmmt n Board of Education. '
J " A. T. Bumuti'y.'J II-Kanw and B G Gudger.; First
regular meeting lira . .vionuayjii rrj.uniLcr, .
j 1 I LY EDITION
1H TEREST KG HEADING lAlTEIt
,V;: ON THE FCUllTH PAGE.;.'
ArrVHl al l)e.artur of the Trains.
. Salisbury- Mail traiu arrives 8:37 a. m. , -
v" :,. ". Departs 5:47 J M.
r " , -' Day train arrives at 2;14 p- v.
f. "' '- " -.- " departs, at 10-.30 A. n.
Tonnesgee-Arrivea 5:S7p."K. ' ,
r 4.:. ' ..V Departs 8:47 A. M.
WAYSESViUJB-Arriveg 3:50 p. m. -
,vv " V, v ' Departs 9:00 A. u.
. The Waynekville train reaches that point at
11:30 ; retuinijig, leaves WaynesvUle at 16.
. Weather llcport July '2S. " .J .
' Barometer at 1) a, in, 30.14: v ;,
''Tbermtmcter-r-Mipimum 67; ; hiaxi
miim S7. . ' : -.1' ':""'' '- .
. Eainfall July- 27, 38 inches. : r ,vr
AVind North. A -yX -y- -.N"
,- Sky Mostly clear . , :-J
. 4 AT) - MIffBAl IKi W OJF
The bst 5 cent Cigar In town at Ly
ons' "White Rose.'; " , ; ; .V
" W. T. . Weaver," Sole. A'gent for Hess'
Hand-Slade Shoes for men. . ' tf
, ; -. ii .'. v
Send your Job Work of all hinds to the
Citizen Office, if you ward it d(ne neaily,
cheaply and uith dwpakh.' , '
THE JDAITjY CITIZEN
Will be i-ubb'shed every evening (ex
cept Sunday) at ibe following rates
strictly cash : ; ..- " i
OneTeitr," ? . "'" . 0 00
"SlMontbs, - - -,- ; .-- 3 00
Thiee " . . . . . . 1 50
One V " , : . . , 50
Oneeek, . A : '. r . : . 15
Onr Camera will deliver the paper ev
evening in every part of the city to
otir subscribers, and parties Wanting it
will please call at the Citizen Ofliee;
The Daily Citizen. . ' .
v Gives the only telegraphic dispatches
received. '. , -"The'
races 'will be very interesting to
morrow night. " . y..
The bicycle race that were to be at the
skating rink this eve, is put oft until to
morrow evening, on account - of the " club
Mr. Thomas B.'Mosely, brother to our
Asheville favorites, a tobacconist of Uur
hab, is in the city; a guest of Mr. W.
T. Lipscombc. , - o .
The Hag drill to-night at the Banner
ware! onse, bv the young .ladies will at
tract many It was a superb affair the
other night, and will prove as much to
''It was rumored at the Canrp yesterday
afternoon ' that Gen. Beauregard and
Gen. D. II. llill had arrived at Hender
son ville. Gen. Beauregar4 ; is at the
Fletcher House. - - -y-
Miss Annie Firmin, in East Lynne, is
the perfection of dmrr atic art. Don't
fail to see her to-niirht. General admis
sion only-25 cents. Reserved seats 10
cents extra. . .
We had the pleasure of a call yesterday
afternoon from Jlr. H. Hemming for.
merly of the Marion Bugle and this
morning Mr. .W. E. Moore, the rising
young lawyer cf -Webster, honored us
witn a can. -
In the case of the State vs. Rogers
charged with deadly assault last winter
upon a negro named Brown, the verdict
of "not .Ruilty" .was returned, M. E.
Carter, Esq , appeared for the defence. .
Hon. W. H. Bower, the able jsolicitor
of the 10th district, is in the citv, hav
ing finished ... his work at Henderson
court. Mr .Bower made an able and in
fluential Senator in the last Legislature,
and will prove one of the best solicitors
in the State. , - ,
Our friend an most valuable assistant
clerk, and our present excellent Brevard
correspondent ' Mr. .S. L, Bell paid us a
visit "yesterday. He is about to resume
the pedagogue's rod, taking charge of the
school near Davidson's river post office
in Transylvania county. ; . t;' ,
Skating rinks are as dangerous if not
as iatal as the battle field, -with the very
sorry' consolation, of a fall from -wooden
rollers on u wooden lioor instead ot a
trip up in the exhilerating fight on the
elastic ice. We learn that Mr. E. J. Jus
tus had his arm broken last night. at the
Asheville Skating Rink..
fc The Ball at the Swannanoa on Wed
nesday evening, complimentary to Gov.
Scales and the State Guards, will be
largely attended, and will, no donbt, be a
brilliant affair. Gentlemen .who expect
to attend, will lvave to procure tickets of
admission from- the - Committee, at the
Swannanoa Hotel. --'j ; v
To .Ota Fiendb.: : . v ' ' yy
riease do ,not forget to rail- at the
Citizes olfice this week, and settle what
you maj owe. It was heeded, it is now.
tf. x -:yy'ij-y -'---'yr'
Close The Stocks To-Morrbw, .
The petition of the citizens generally
to close all places of business to-morrow
from 4 to 7 p. ni..that everybody may
witness the - RevieAV .has been genenerally
sicnecl.. Now let everybody close. " He is
a churl who sticks to business, on an oc
casrqn of general rejoicing. All need. and
deserve the recreation asked. - ' -.
Rogers Bkos. Make See Prices ; -
For this; w'eek only. Triple plated
Table Knives $1 75 per et- Desert size
$165. Forks heavily " plated on pure
nickel silver $3 12 per set. Tea Spoons
$1 02.per set ; Butter'knives ,aud sugar
shells same quality, 50c. each.- ' . , -
' Quadruple-plate Ca6ters $2 90.' A good
extra plate Caster $1 23- - A- fine -article
of white handle knifCsat. $1.50 and ?2 00
per set.'.; - - .,. - . -
Always the lowest prices on Crockery
and Glass at Law's, opposite Eaglo Hotel.
. juiy IS d t- w " - '..,-?-;
' '"Brxlvs." "Buttons." 'BrownV arid
"Bon Ton'' arc the best brands of shoe
polish known to the trade, all of which
are sold bv W. T, Weaver, at Aha One
l'rice Shoe Store. , "'. ; '"
Large lot of, camp stools and cots for the
soldiets at AV. li. Williamson's Jurniture
store. , '!' 'yy- .y " tw.
A"iO(ul '-stock ot Vtothiiui, Ifrv Goods , Fan
cy tioods, Hots, tiltoes; Carpets etc. j at fixed
r,dtf II. RED WOOD A CO.
Keep it B evoke the' .Ton e,
That the number of tr'fuvisat Haywood
Wlilto Sulphur !?prin:s i-: now In t n oi'n
one and two.-, hundred. -.but rowm ',ff.r
:- y . . .. tf
Younger than Moses, dut not
AS OLD AS
. METnUfcELAI!. - , " .' " ' '
Our distinguished . townsman, tJen.'.T..
JJ.S Clingmanff celeb rated his seventy
third birth day yesterday j '-.The .ladies
at the Eagle, where Gen. C boards, com
plimented the .occasion m a very hand
some manner. ,; Our friend still, enjoys
go nl health, and is a pleasure to a largo
circle of friends, who sincerely congrat
ulate t him, and wish him many, more
reminicences of the. happy occasion. ., -
These races that were to have comae
this evening at the skating rink are pot
poned until to-morrow evening, the clt:
dance having precedence: Tli rac's ?
niniTfiw PTPnirio-' will tif-.vrv TTrtT",1
interesting. . -; ".'- "J;'. ' ""
Off por Washington JTerritory.
; We" regret to learn that our friend Mr.
Samuel C. Herren is a-bout to carry into
effect his long cherished purpose of re
moving to the far away Pacific coast, in
terrupted a venr or so ago by- his entry
into editorial life. Mr. Herren carries
with him the best wishes of us and. very
many other friends who know his cooI
qualities of head and heart: and we ber
speak for him in the distant home he
seeks the good will ot the new friends
his good qualities will' undoubtedly and
quickly draw around him. -- ..
The TouitNAMENT and Coronation Ball.
We have been furnished - with the
speech of Mr- T. J. Strayhorn on the oc
casion -of the tournament, but'it "waj?
handed in at so late an hour that we can
not use it to-day. We will publish it to
morrow; and we expect in the same issue
to present the speech of Mr. JVM. Leach,
Jr. The Citizen will therefore to-mor
row have unusual value and attraction."
There will be a sufficiency of extra copies
to.supply demand, we hope. t - ,-.
Encampment Notes. .
We found this morning the Third and
Fourth Regiments. on . the drill ground
actively engaged at work in the ma-
noeuvers of the battalion in spite of the
hot sun. The drill has become s per
fect that one is apt to forgetthat he is' in
the camp of Statel Troops instead of
among regulars. . J
Headquarters was quiet, the Adjutant-
General being absent awaiting . at the
train the a.Tival of the Coumander-in-
Surgeon Hilliard informed us that two
rt(yi ?n pn Ta rin1 mmia TliAlr mnrniiiff yo.
port and there was only one man on the -
sick list. ,The wounded man Scott is
lmprovmg. - ; v . ..
Ihe Guard has-been now in cauio a
weekv"Tb4itrre: tia bewRiiHiibty-RTt'rj
ployed, as is shown by the great improve
ment in the drill ana, in all the qualifi
cations of the soldier" Among other good
soldier qualities displayed is personal
neatness and cleanliness of grounds.
This is conducive to healthfulness, and
has attracted the notice of Surgeon. Gen
eral Grissom who comments favorably
upon it. The health of the men is mani
fested by their t-ood appetites. ' VY 6
hear no complaints of the commissaries.
ihe troops enjoyed their march yester
day into Asheville and are very proud
of the impression they made. -
.tor unavoidable reasons the Third
Regiment will leave for home this after
noon. This regiment, however, is not!
wearied of its experience:jind -with the
others are very warmly diecussing the
next encampment. The location is not
yet decided. , V v : r
Complimentary to Gov. Scales and
the State Guard. , ,
A grand reception and complimentary
ball will be tendered Ho v. Scales and the
State Guard at the Swannanoa Hotel
Wednesday evenings -' :
From 9 to 10-o'clock Gov. Scales will
hold a public reception in the parlor of
the hotel, at whicii all who desire to do
so can call on him and pay their respects.
At 10 o'clock, sharp, the members of the
guard, ladies; 'and gentlemen : having
tickets of admission will repair to the
dining hall, where the dancing will begin.
Ail ladies, cordially invited. Gentle
men desiring to attend will call on the
committee at the Swannanoa Hotel for
tickets of admission. ' ' .,:
The guards will beih full dress uniform.
All the regimental bands will be present.
This promises to be a great event in
our city.4ind one of the most pleasant
ever enjoyed, bpeciai eiiorts raYe,eeu
made to nave it. , A very , large , prowd
will be in attendance. - ; - ;f-
The "New Postal "Rate. ;', V
AfrVJEr Clarke writes uS a note; from
Emma V post office, in which . he tateV
that the rate of 'letter , postage - is "stilX
maintained at old rates, because the post
master has jiot been officially informed J
oi ine : cuane iti iuo.ia.vv.. ilu jjjbi.
roaster is evidently mistaken, as orders
were issued by, the department before
the first of July that the new rates, two
cents for each ounce or less, would go in
to effect pn that day; and, besides, a law
of Congress applies as quickly to a jxist
master as it does to tne rost juasteruen
eral, and the day that Congress says a
law shall take effect, it miist be observed
Kby all, regardless of all red-tape perform
ances.':' V .'"'.' ":-;-5 -.-:- "'-!;
Arrivals Af the. Turnpike lifnuuK-; '?
Among the arrifaia at the above to)
ular; hpteb during ''-.the past week ,Sve
notice: ' , : V. " ':'-
W F Fitzer, wife and ,threeehildren
John S Price and wife.harlottei W Gil
christ, wife, child and nurse,' James E j
Wilson,. Sydney Alderman;"B D Mitchell,
J D- Woody, wife, three children .nd ;
nurse, Wilmington; J If Hargrove, Dur-1
ham; L C Robinson, Sel ma; Hon ,R II
Smith; Scotland ISeck; Dr- James Mcin
tosh, Newberry, S G, Rev Y M Williams
and wife, Baltimore;- Mrs G W JTiore,
Chapel Hill;, Rev D U BuelAsheville;
F J Johnson Greensboro; Mayor G II
Smathers, Waynesville; Joseph -Ilall,
wife, three children and nurse, A J Tyc-s
and wife, Durham; ' - .. - '
Private ' Boarding jn-AVayxesvillE;; . ;
v The undersigned, is prepared to accom
modate a limited number of loarders at
her home in Waynesville. Convenient
to the White Sulphur Springs. Accom
modations guaranteed. Terms moderate.
tf - .Mrs. J. B: SV McIntosii. j
One four feet show case, good ,-as new,
for sale st W.T.. Weaver. ;v" ;'"rt:': ';. '
of (he U-
f;Lreef3 of .
a-.npuient on the
AhtM: - 1 . ''theponlp and
nee officii:." war" .'was. made
a fie moo r;; : ; i . most .'brilliaat
cle -probably ever Avity Jsod here Of any.
Long befolre the appointed hour the side
walks were banked. wf h spectators; and
every window and bal
Pvenue, mi Main Strc.
Ilonsd Square, was iill
.excited. ladies , ami
ciy along l'atton
t and 5n the Court
d with eager and
-Uldivu'J :.It was
as gay and lively a s'c
as ever cxpti-
!ie; eye, anin.
"o of vebic1
en : or
;'l iUi the -rattling-
vZ cavalcades of
v-e evfi.f lifting movoiiients
t ro to am-
a Iho'bundreci iLofs and.
their folds to the breeze wTi
a life of motion as ifthey knew the power
of the-inspiration of the national eta-
bicm. ; ,. -. . "'-' :.:f';;
At length the faint sweet strains of the
baivls. lieraldiii the coming of the adr
varicinjg' columu . w'a . ' borne upon the
breeze, and then away -down fatten Av
enue was seen- the coming spectacle, the
prancing fteeds of the commanding of--ticers,
then the glittering uniforms of the
Military bands; over all, the magnificent
colore of the regiments; and' then came
in solid column and with martial tread
the successive - regiments, soldiers in
deod.. . .. ' ' -': ..--
s There Svas recognized .the full idea of
the State Guard, a body disciplined like
regulars, moving like; veterans, and re
splendent in adormuebts and equip
ments as filled the ideal of the soldier
tj'pe. -It-was a grand triumph to the
mmdj that conceived, the idea of the State
Guard and carried, it into execution
amid much of hostility and a great deal
of ridicule. Now the State Guard proved
ita'reafity, and challenged attention to
its efficiency. V- -7-
Thcre never was such unbounded de
light "manifested. V Cheer alter cheer
rung along the line-of mareh; and the air
was a maze of waving handkerchiefs as
the ladies ecstatically signified their
pleasure , '' -
The column moved up Patton Avenue
into Court House Square, and down Main
Streelto beyond the Swannanoa Hotel,
a triumphal, progress through the long
files of admiring -spectators. Regiment
after regiment 'challenged criticism and
comparison and nOtinvidiouslyjuade the
Second - Regiment, fuller in- rank, uni
formed in grey, splendid :in its move
ment, and headed by its glorious band,
might be theiavorife, ;And" as it ame
past, on its return, its band ringing out
- th.e well remembered Dixie, old; associ
ations were irrepressible, and cheer &T-
ter cheer greetel the things that remind
ed -of the heroie t33t. a Past that will
The. Guard " countermarched " down
Main street, and thence back to Camp, I
wniie lorsome time aiterwarus in e streets
were filled. with the throng, which very
reluctantly dispersed, spell bound by the
soectacle, and entranced 0y the music.
There wereprobablytwo thousand per
sons on and ..around, tle, -Square, and
though so large and so 'crowded, there
was not the faintest approach to disor
der, a characteristic feature of this population.-
" ' -.
There, is yet more to see; but ,we ques
tion whether anything more gratifying
than ' ther march ' of the . State Guard
through the Streets of Aibeville.
Tn Touknaeent Yestehda
Was a grand success, and passed off
most pleasantly: ; A large crowd witness
ed the riding, and,, it was admirable
throughout, v Capt Strayhorn, of, the
Monroe Guard, delivered the address to
the Knights. The Captain is one Of the
handsomest young speakers in the State,
ftnd a gentleman- of .fine attainments.
The-address elicited the -highest praise.
The' running began, and. was very excit
ing, five gentlemen having tied.. Smaller
rings were hung, and tf young" gentle
men again took a, tilt, With the following
result: :y-. y-.-y: v'-". ' -
- First honor won by.Mr. JjankPolk;
second by Mr. Natt Cbarhbers; third by
Mr. George Mosely; fourth by' Mr. N. A.
Reynolds.- - -, - - -
The coronation ball took place at the
Asheville -Warehouse, and the room was
thronged with ladies and gentlemen.
Mr. .Richmond . Pearson - delivered a
yerj'.gracefulcoronation address: . - .
'; Th"e following young ladies were crown
ed: Queen, Miss Annie L; Revnolds; 1st
Maid.'Miss Ewingj of.Nash ville; 2d Maid,
Miss lvoss of .Virginia; :'3d Maid, Miss
was begun, kept up ay
tlate liour, and aU".r
T. Chambers, Knight
fMoselcy, Knight of -Old
"A Key noiqs, ivmglit ot
5larnes, iviiislrt oi i'lsgahr C
A M oseley, Knight of Sd Regiment,''
Reagan, Knight of M&disen .-?'..', ? - " '
The Bicycle Race V V. --V-r yy
At the Farmers' Warehouse, is attract
ing -great attention aril no. 'doubt will
draw a "very large- Crowd. -Two special
races are to be run,' one between ; Mr.
Polhill, champion of the South and Mr.
Maxwell of Charlotte; the other between
Mr. Asbur' of Charlotte and Mr. Steffner.
of Asheville. It will be'.luost exciting
the riding is certainlv- Very-; graceful a-iid
attractive. . , -: ' '' -t-. '.'",-"' - .';"'..': ."'.:
The Review, . ':- . , : "'" ''" . '.;'",' y'.:
J. His Excellency Affrod'Mi Scales,' Gov
ernor of North Carolina and CoHimaud-eMn-Chief
of the North ' Carolina State
Troops, arrived this morning,' at 10 o'
tlock, the - train .being somewhat . late,
lie is quartered at the Swannanoa - Ho
tel: - lie will review the -Guard to-mor-.
row afternoon at 5 o'clock, and . iinrnedi
ately after Mr. James M. ,Leach, Jr., will
deliver an address to the Guard. :' , There
will be a large attendance if the weather
should be propitious. -;: v.. . .. - VT .,V'
PlUVATS BoA-RDING IN WAYNKSyn.I.E. -t
The undersigned 1s . prepared to. ac
commodate a limited number .of boarders,
-at hef home in .Waynesville. Con vergent
to the White Sulphur .Springs.', Accom
modations guaranteed. --Terms moderate'
tt. y : .. ' Mia. J. B. S. McIntomu
J.uy your Cots and Cau.p Stools from W.
. Williamson..'-- -- - r: : ' i w.
NG, JULY 28,; 1885.
- -: v fatal bckning. V'. ; - ..
Little Azzie Russell, the eight-year-old
daughter of Mr. S. P.Russell, attempting
to Mndld a fire by the help of kerosene
oil, was faUvily burned at 5 o'clock on
Th ursday morning the -,23d " iost V.She
was aloue in the room and by some un
fortunate means let the oil iguite. The
explosion was heard. and arrinstacnt af
terwards the little girl ran screaming into
the street. Her cries aroused the neigh
bors, James Thomas, a. coloved man was
the first to reach her, and instantly tore
off her clothing, already burnt to shreds,
at. the cost -of badly burning Jiis hands.
Sheriff Bigham and Mrs. Russell, Dr.
Tompkins and others goon on the ground,
.iLvAok the screaming child back to the
Drs. Tomkins and Candler did
-'.T-"iii skill could do to alle-
nenngsj-tmz in vin.- -
till about one o'clock p. m when
ired.. Another victim and another
warning to the "careless handling of ex-?
plosive oiL :' -y . " ; "
-Times hard and money : scarce but we
Lare looking and hoping for better times.
iiie crops oi iosj and isa-i Doin snon,
with hog cholera both, years and only
about have ; sua. average crop of wheat
this year has left this county with many
things to buy and but little to sell, con
sequently money ; is scarcer than ever
before known. But with excellent crops
Of corn, oats, hav, potatoes, ' fruits and,
in short, everything except wheat, with
rich mines of mica developing every day
we hope for speedy relief.
. Notwithstanding the hard times the
hammer, saw and jrnint brush are all, in
Webster, while the working of the mines
in and around the place keeps up a fair
demand for powder, fuse, picks, shovels,
People from other States are daily vis
iting our beautifully located little village.
Without exception they express them
selves delighted with its pleasant situa
tion, picturesque surroundings, bracing
atmosphere and pure water. It is hoped
that efforts now being made will .result
in the establishment of a permanent
good school. ' ,
- The enterprising citizens of Sylva are
npwuaKing steps to conneet themselves
to .. Webster by telepone, which latter
place has telephone connection with the
telegraph jit Webster .depot and by tele
phone with Franklin. .We wish Sylva
all the success she deserves, or as for the
matter of that, ull she desires, and we
are sure the good people of that ' vicinity
rociprocate our kind feelings but they
unfortunately have some One amongst
them who is hurting Sylva by trying to
murder Webster by malice prepense
' ,Te laii LAn. ;
Webster, July 25th, 1SS5. - ; !
Tint Races To-Day. a v . V ''
i Came off under the. following programme.-
Of course Ave can jjno-w: jioth-
lifg Tjefore we go' fo press: --
3-4 mile dash, all ages. Entries: T. L.
J?mory's ch. m. Mana Lonir. 4 vears: Qw-
en Daly's b. h. Clifibrd, 4 yeai-s; John A.
Williams, b. h, Tom Bacon; J. G. Thomp
son, ch. m. Cora Lee, 4 y?ars. .
-" Trotting, best 3 in. 5, mile heats En
tries, E. W. Herndon, g. m. Lou Young;
S. Taylor,b. m. Bonnie Lee; Nellie Grant,
b. in.- " - ' . .
Youth ful Stake for 2 j;ear olds, 5-S mile
dash. . Entries, : II. J. Pope, b. f. Red
Wing; Owen Dalr, br. f. High Patience;
E. V. Herndon, "eh. c. Ivanjioo; John'A.
Williamsch. f. Sirrocco.
1-2 mile dash for A untrained saddle
A Very PutsANT Occasion. -
The Citizen office had the honor last
night to entertain a brilliant and dis
tinguished party of gentlemen connected
with the" military service ol the State,
including also "distinguished officer of
the United States . Army, Our guests
were selected with reference to a repres
entation of all the- departments of the
military .service, forming a party small
in numbers, but. ' distinguished in rank
arid cbaiacter.; if "
; The party: consisted of Gen. Johnstone
Jones, Adjutant-General ' of the State,
Col. Frank Cameron, Inspector General,
Lieut-Col. F. A. Olds, Ordnance Officer.
Dr.. Eugene Grissom, Snrgeon General,
Mr. E. T. Boykin, Judge Advocate, -Maj.
J. G. Martin, A. A. G., F. R Curtis, on
stall' of Gen. Jones, Mr. Bennchan Cam
eron, of Gov l5cales' staff, 'Col. Cottonef
the 1st Regiment, Col. Jones of the 2nd
Regiment and Col. Anthony of the 4th,
and Maj. Campbell of the Fayetteville
Independent ' Company, Capt. Wood ol
the Pasquotank Company; Capt. Mcin
tosh of the Waynesville. Company, and
Capt,Smith of Col. , Cotton's staff. To
these was added the honor of the pres-
Col. Black of the U S." Army. -;
'rtamment was miormal. reasy
There were the usualRucr-csu.
to "with readiness, bul free
stiffnee3. of speech makins.
rst toast offered by. Mr." Cameron
oftbeCirizEx fomplimentary to Adjutant
General Jones,. called out that gentleman
in feeling and happy , response. - Succes
sive, toasts, in ;honor of the different
branches of tlie service called out Sur
geon' General Grissom, Ordnance. Officer
Olds.'Irispector Cieneral Cameron,. Judge
Advocate Boykin, ..Col" -Cotton, Capt.
Wood, ". Col. Black, U. S. -A.-; Responded,
very pleasantly to the sentiment propos
ed oh honor of the army, and Mr. Cam
eron replied to the toast offered to the
honor of the press. - : ' "' -' '
j- ? The evening passed off very delight
fully, if we may judge by the 'pleasure
expressed -by our guests. A very mode rate
inspiration of champagne and other
refreshments added exhitoration. . ; : ,
We express- our acknowledgments- to
Mr. Ambrose Featherstone of Hampton
tiud Featherstone for the active and ma
terial interest manifested by him in .our
ntertainment; and also for the cheerful
and efficient aid rendered us by his Bkil
fulcorpa of assistants. , -
'.; '' - .: '.-.". . xm ' ' '" .i. - . y:'." '.y'-
v Your old shoes can be made as good as
new only at . - . YY. 1. . VYeaver's:
"NT ICE XEW ROOM FOR RENT. -
i .''.-... In a private house, furnished or
nnfurtisheil-, suitable ior small f'amiltcs or f r
pingle parties.. Apply at Cooley's store, sonth
Main st. . U ' . ' . - - . jyiSdawSt
"IX rAKTED. '. . . . - : -. - - :. ;
. A partnert hip with a man of capital or means
fo f-'toam Dry and rehandlo Leaf Tobacco on
Order in Asheville. . ' ' - - -
. With a man.of Rtnfr cxptlricnce and enthllhed
trade i:i Tlie loaf' and manufacturing trade's of
Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina and foreign
markets. Aitrewt I. W. K., '
Jnly SKi-l 1 mo ; BOX 6S, Reidsville, X. C. ,
PRICE rs CENTS
LASSOCrATED TRES3 TELEGRAMS-rfiPE-
" -- CTAL TO CITIZEN. '' -'"' . '
The C'onti fuce of the Grant
Family The Flace of Uttr-
-'.; . tal flgreed on.
-.'".-''''-'Mt. McGeegor,' July 28.' :
The day broke bright, and' on; the
mountain passed. without event until 10
o clock, when a train arrived at the sum
mit. Col. Fred Grant was one Of the
passengers upon it,' He pressed at once
and alone upon his arrival to the cottage,
his. brother Jesse having remained be
hind. Tbe-Goloncl immediately repair
ed to "his mother's apartment, where the
family gathered td hear the result of the
Colonel's! trip to confer in New ' York.
lie defaHed his iiH'o'-je:ts and explain
-a titut umio cc-i,ieu i ik-jilio" reasons
of choice of the ". burial spot in some
other than Central " Park, Riverside
park had, at . the.i-inia of . Gen.- Grant's
death.; been 'suggested as the Epot'of in-
terment; and it seemed best to the Col
onel after seeing and hearing all to re
fer the piace of the sepulchre to River
side Park. The i matter having been thus
presented to t'ie faimty, the conclusion
was1 reached in accord - with the Col. 'a
euggestion, and he at once dictated the
following despatches : '",
-.'." Mt. McGregor July 26
IlVit. Orce:- Mother thinks Riverside.
Temporary tomb had better be at same
place.' , F. D. Grant. V
The -Hunnter Rank Ktill in Trouble;
' . . Dublin, July 28. '-
. The Bank of Ireland has refused to loan
money to the Munstor Bank to assist the
latter in its embarrassment and a panic
prevails now in Cork and Dublin.
Presidential IppoiHtnients. .
. .. . Washington, July 2S. ,
The President to-day made the follow
ing appointments : . Anthony Eickhoff
of Nfew York to bo Fifth Auditor of the
Treasury Samuel Flower, Assistant
Treasurer of thb' United States at New
Orleans, C. C. Yonge to be postmaster at
Pensacpla, Florida, vice John E. Animon
suspended, J. J.. Shannon at Meridian,
Miss.,1 vice Wm. M, Hancock suspended
Alexander S. Haller at.Wytheville, Va.,
vice W. A. Slater suspended. ' v ". , '. :
Tlie Rcwolres .of.. Ex-Con fede-
"'1' " '. rates, -j-y .
. , Sax Antonio, Texas, July 28.
At a meeting of ex-Confederate sol
dier held at tlie Court . House last- even
ing, the following resolutions were adopt
ed, and ordered to be telegraphed to the
family of Gen. Grant: ' - - . -
"Resolved, ThaKwe have learned with
deep regret of the death at Mt. -McGregor,
of that distinguished Captain and
soldier,Xeii. U. S. Grant, whose name
and fame bl armies have shed lustre at
home and upon his countrymen.
Resolved, That we' tender to his bereav
ed family our sincere and heartfelt sym
pathv in. this hour- of their deep alllic-
' :. ' ' 'y
Sir VMose I?tontiiore IjIiir.
-, . - '. - LoNnos.V July 28.
SirMoHC? Mont eliore, the well known
Hebrew plulmitbropist, who, in Octebei
last celebrated the One Hundredth anni
versary of iis lirtii day, is dying. -
Where Gen. Cirnnt Avill bcitu
- . . ' ,ried. . ' -v:--..--
Mt. McGregor, July 21. ;
General Grant will be buried in River
side Park, New York ;"" .
Itiiltimore Market. . . ,
' . . Baltimore, July 2S.
Flour Steady, quiet. Wheat South
era lower, easy; Western lowerclosing
dull. Southern red 91G; Amber 9S100;
No 1 Md 90 bid; No 2;' Western ..winter
red spot 91J2J.V . Corn---Southcrn high;
er; AVcstern irregular, dull. Jouthern
white 567,'yellow 55. , .' ' ,
. .' " ' ' ' ' ' " ' . '
'..-- - " .'- - -x- " -- '
. Xew.Yorlt Stock Market. .
y ' S.- '. ; New York, July 28. :
. The stock market was strong at open
ing this morning, first prices showing a
gain of I to-: J per cent generally,, with
Lake Shore up J and New York'. Central
l.lmLJorsci-- Central Waimehxigl and
Pacific Mail f .lowerv 'Immediately after
the opening there was a slight advance,
but this was Soon checked and a general
decline setin accompanied by . consider
able" aetivity .'during whicbpricea fell
from to li per cent led by .Union Paci
fic and.Missouri Pacific. This was check
ed about 10:50. o'clock and a rally occur
red, carry i ng. pri cos to within a small j
fraction of opening quotations:.- Shortly '
before ll o'clock another, decline occur
red, and prices fell to the lowest point of
the-inorning. ; V; ty : .-j
''. Weaver ville Colleffe. '-. -1 '-r'i
v'For Catalogues, Rddresa " v ' " ,
-.''- 'f " -y - - ; Rev. D. A. Atkins,' -
' july 28., - V -", . . dlw&w2m. 5
'- " -' : -Ti : ''
'Third Regiment Pure Mountain Dew'
on draft, with -'eyervtlung else usually
kept irt a first-:lass barfat .Wi O. Mtiller
& Co.'s Public Square. Cal Jones, Dick
Sorrell and Ben Young ask all to "dew
drop in." "'.".4; -
RaIlroab 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 sec
me. : ' J. M. Young,
V tse'20 At Carmichael's Drugstore.
f Carpets, Mattinrp, Sptares, Rugs, Mats
Oil Cloths, Lace, CurUiivs, Cretonws, Raw
Sills, 2m 'OHHiTis, Icible Ikiiiiasks, Sheeting,
Towels, Napkins, &r, . ...
eodtfl ,.'.: . RED WOOD & . CO. ...
Parties having tickets to dispose of in
any direction, will call on meat the
Swannanoa Hotel. W. D. Jones. '
CITIZEN JOB OFFICE,.
WEST , BIDE rUBLIC . SQUA UK
BILL HEADS, ' V '' '
, . rosTERs, . ' ;. ;
' BLANKS, v
.. And Job Work of all hinds done will
. froiiiflnrss and at lo-w friie. . ;
OUR IIENDERSONLLE LKTTKR.
; ; IIendeesoxville, N. C. July 27, '85. ;:
Mcssrt.'Edilort:-OvtrjcatUu city is
rapidly filuBf up with summer boarders ,
and all is gay and lively.'. Among Ihe.
distinguished visitors we now. have are .
General Beauregard and D. II. Hill.. The '.
former the guest of the TJetcber House"
and the latter at Mr Cunningham's.1
They both seem to be in good healtland -i ,
age sits . lightly, upon - then ; The past
history of the South has their" names in
golden letters upon piny of its precious
pages and they are too well known to re-.
quire eulogy from, your humble corres-'
pondent. We were under Eeauregard
at the Bull Run fight and shall always
have him and that- memorable battle in.'"-',
pleasant remembrance, although, ther, -the
blue coats drew our first blood. We ' .
would say of both -our distinguished . "
Visitors "May they live loivr iir.d '.. .. r."-
- PicknickiiiT- drivi-i -r -1 -
the order of the day and every one septus :
determined to enjoy, him,- or hersdf to: s
the ntmost. -; . --.-.:. , . r.v- .t
- We should inuch" like to enjoy a day V
or two with you thig week, but business
will deprive us of the pleasure. ' ' --.
j The Judge has not rendered hi&decia- :
ien on the Fanning case yet and tho
Jnry have'not decided as to tho guilt or
innocence of .McIieary for. killing Capps.' .
. - . , '. . ' Yours truly,
'-' '' Joe Roby. !
, ilijsFinnin in her" great rolesjto-nightj
atOpera Hall. '
By particular request, the management '
yield to the public desire to see this rreat: -
actress in he grandest role in tho most
emotional play of tho age. Mr. John
Jack, and his excellent Company of Com- i
medians, appear to much advantage, ail
.11 A A Oil 1 i J '
an me satient points oi tne dramatist
are brought out m .perlect Jightiand ::
truthfulness. A great playgwell acted, ' -'
will reward all who visit the 'Opera to- .
night. Popular prices. ; '
Under the Uas Light, is in preparation.
, , i
Summer tourists, (to the mountains,)" .
can find comfortable rooma and good ;
board at Antler Halt (Tennent's View) 4
miles from Asheville. For particulars,
address P. O. Box 116, Asheville, N. C. ;
N. B. Good boating on finest piece of
water any where near Asheville.
- july 6-1 mo ; m . -
. , - , , , .:. ,
Private Boarding. . '
Visitors can find nice pleasant rooms '
and good board, liberal rates at
' - ' Mrs. ,M. JV Ridsdai.u's, .
- july 23-1 wk ' Spruce StBeet. .-
Board for the Summer. ',
Handsome location, fine grove, large ' '
yard, new house and new furniture. '
. Apply to ; S. F. Venabi, .
Academy Street,' .
july 1 tf :; near Male Acadcmj'. -
Boarding. Good board, by the dav, ,
"Week or month, can; be secured at the ,
residence of the undersigned, on North
side of AVoodfin street, near tlie Eilptist '
church. Comfortable roomB", large shady
yard, a good table, and splendid water.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Members of
the Teachers' Assembly boarded at $1.00
per day. Table boarders wanted. ;
' fjylfl . ' ' Miss Mary A. Miller.
Splendid Board. , . t.
Parties desiring splendid board, in one ,
of the coolest and most inviting loaatiea
in the citv, can get accommodation by
eaily application. Largo, airy hotme,
new furnitnre, large and splemlidiy
shaded yard, the best table tho country' '
can afford, a Frencii cook, excellent io-.'
cioty, are among the attractions. Table
boarders taken. Terms reasonable. Ad
dress box 234, Asheville post office. . ' : - -;
july 27-d 2t ',..' ;
Arden Park : Hotel Rates-$40.00 per
riionthJJO per week; $2.00 per day.
Dinner 75 cents; Supper 75 cents.
. Thos. A. Morris, Prop'r. ''-'
luly28. . -. , "- tf. ;.
FOIl SALE! .' .' '. ' ' ;
LUMBER, HAY, AND OTHER .SUP- "
V PLIES AT CAMP SCALES. . '
' I offer at nrivato sa'e Sixteen ThniisV-
and feefof lAimber; Three thousand ll. ,
of Wheat Straw; Three thousand pounds,
of Hay, some of it best : Timotliy. Five
Water-tankH, and a dozen Wider liarrtJR. j
together with a number of pumps, shov
els, rakes and other supplies.
-Apply 'o the r ndersigned, or to ' Geo
F.- Scott, Esq, - . . . - ' V V '- . ,
- " ' JOHXSTON JoNKS
July 28. ! '. ' - : ' - M. ' y
JV23 If STOIiily
' .. ' .1-.-. ' ,. . '-
'. Ftetl Store?. .
' South Main Street, (above Esglo liotei,)''1
' . . ASHEVILLE, X. C5. " '.'. ,
" "' ';---'.'-; . ? ' '.'-'- 'm . c-'
FULL Stock of Family Groceries, Ijird, Paeon,' '
Siurars. Coil'ee. Canned Goodsi Soai). .Soda.1 '
Spices, Kerosene Oil, ic, 4e . ... .
Flour ', Meal, Com, Ilctv, Mixed Feed: Entn,
- - ,J Shorts, &c, , - V . l yy t:1
purchased by tho car-load,-and on hand cou-
stantly. at thc.lpwcst prices. Give ns a cull.
JO'JMaWOm ... JlUKUAk iSUAUKl.Nr.i,
W. L, Morgan.
(Patton Avenuo, Cowan Block, and corner of
' : . - Patton Avenu and Depot St..)
- V -"DEALERS IN " " ' " M -
Staple and Fancy Groceries, '
Consisting of Flour, Meat,' Canned Goods, etc.,
. .. Alio Corrt Hay, Mill Feed and '
COUJfTll Y.PR ODVQE
' '.-- r I ,- Choice BrftncH of i '1 ; V -'
i r . Cigars and Tohac'co"
"-.'--..' Agents for '.. - :
Sheeting, Shirting and ( Yarn !-.
-'.,: .Wholesale and Retail. '.
Wa would bo pleased to have a sh aro of thn .
patroilago of tho pe.-ijile ofAslievlllO and tlio sur
rouiuiiiiif coumry, aim promise o ao our hpst to
givesatiHlaction in goods and prices. my.Mt- ly
("1REEyVII.IJJ.AND TUrJCfLlil COLLKGF.
X , '- -- - ' , - ,
Clmrtema as Greenville CoHcrt fiy tho.
Legislature of North Carol inn bpfon; 'i eniiesM-e
b(M iinie a Htute. buiidimr; tliorou-.rh nnd
rai'ti-al instruction. C-ivt. lm-t ji.ssihli':
chctper than any oilier !. si itiitinn n 'liln pr.ele
in tiie .South. Moth f.'Xea admitted to Collrei
Classen. Hend for ('atrtn.ci.i-t.i
8. A. CAil.l-:. Pec'y Faeidtr. -
' Tn-.eiii,ini, 'IVnil.
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