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Tl'KSDAY, AIV.I'ST 0.,'lNN!).
THE I NNOI.YAHI.H PKOHI.E.1I,
The m'Kro nestioii confronts us and
will confront us for a Ioiik timv, and will
continue to move away farther from solu
tion. Radical as was the change from
slavery to freedom, there was no impos
sibility of a R?aceful anil practical adjust
ment to new conditions, if violent and
extraiieousiulltu'iieesliad not been active
ly set to work, Tlieassiiniption wasmade
by those active for the HIxm ation of the
slave that he was a human licinjj unlaw
fully held in bondajje, ami in thatstateof
bcinn, deprived of all the rights, privileges
ami advantages of manhood ; lint licliinil
his dark skin and his darkened intellect
there shone all Hie brightness of Caucus
iau intelligence, and it illicit be, with the
same scrubbing applied l body as t
mind, the same purity of Caucasian skin
for these philanthropists dill not lciiii t
notice those ethnological oppositions.
mental as well as physical, that stand
between the white and the black races,
and set to work, anil still keep at it, to
cll'ace all dillercnccs, and join what God
has put asunder, in modern, patent, hu
man plan of fusion.
They set out on their crusade of ipiii
solution, with practical application ol
the doctrine of the Ikclaralion of Inile
IMjudcncc, that all men are bom free and
equal; and straightway jjavc to the tin
tutored African, the inexperienced slave, c
u race which, since the birth of Adam, had
never nown what freedom was, w
government was, immediate and full par
ticipation in the conductof a Kovertuucnl
of all others based upon intelligence, vir
tue and individual self control. Tlv
went a little farther, with a fanciful idc;
for we do not ascribe anv malice to
wards the Southern whites, oh no
that the blacks, freed from the curse ot
slavery, misfit eventually become white
bodv and soul, to enforce the idea of civil
rights and social equality. In both these
movements, the worst result is the detach
ment and alienation of the black from
the white, in politics, in religion, in sym
pathy. Seeing that, in the first, he ha
Ix'come a notable, subservient tool with
out the conscious idea of a political prin
ciple, and that in that relation his power
for harm is measured and anticipated, we
refer to another feature of alienation
that of religion. In thistheconscipiences
will lie disastrous lieyond measure. Tlier
is a laudable satisfaction at theapparenl
spread of the Gospel anions the negroes
the increase of their churches, tlicsv:irin
of their preachers, the enthusiasm ol'their
services. Hut it is forgotten that the
prcachinj; ol the Gospel is a sacred trust
to be committed only to sate ami worth
hands; and that, when the colored
churches repudiate. as most of them do, tin
siiiervision of the while churches, when
they expound the Scriptures after their
own construction, there arc apt to j;rov
up some strange miseonceptionsof inean
iiinswcllas some vital errors of doc
trine. Constructions as wide from facts
as those ol the Moriuonelderwho pro veil
from Scripture to his own satisfaction
that navigation on modern mcthodsw
practiced in ancient times, because hi
read in the voyage ol I'aul to Koine th
the captain of the ship "Ictclicil a com
pass to klicjjium, ' are likelv to be made
by these sable expounders, in ignorance
of the ri.ht nieaniiif,' of words, hrrors
doctrine, such errors asdraj;Christianitv
rapidly back into paganism, arc more im
minent, and inliuitelv more dangerous
than those that come from ignorance ol
words. Ignorance, credulity, excitabilit
aiming hearers, and enthusiasm or ambi
turn ol leadership in the creation of new
sects, make possible and practicable such
monstrous impositions as are now prac
ticed in Liberty county, in Georgia, where
God Himself has licen worshipped in the
lierson of a deranged white man from
Ohio, the Messiah welcomed in the jkt-
son of a well known field hand, anil the
Virj;iii Mary adored in the form of
strapping nej;ro woman: and where, ,
elsewhere anmiij; the lien indited and se
eluded negroes of some of the Souther
States, human, more strictly infant, saeri
fice has been made to tlierudcand bloodv
ideal of a God, still worshipped as the
The problem will never lie solved until
there is a candid acceptance of a fund
mental and inexorable fact, and tliat is
the subordination of the race, bv its own
conduct on the sta'c of the world's ac
tion, admittedly inferior, to the one
which, on that stage, has proved its title
to supremacy. The subordination may
be useful and agreeable, or it may Ik'
otherwise. It may be humiliating to ad
mit it, and cscnjic from its necessity may
be sought by wholesale immigration.
The result will lie the same. The mass
must fall when the support is removed.
Homogeneous negro communities, colo
nics, States, will as certainly retrograde
even under the leadership of Douglass or
Langston.asHayti relapsed into barbar
ism though led in its early days of lib
erty by men as able and enlightened as
Toussant L'Ouvcrturc or Christopher
fashion. It is not pleasant to think that
the two greatest nations of the world
should go to war that the rich women
and girls of one of them should have un
stinted supply of seal skin sacqucs. Asa
matter of sentiment, wefavor the protec
tion ol the seal, now hunted almost to its
last refuge, exterminated in many places
and now threatened with extirpation in
the Ilehring Sea waters, lint Mr. Maine
oe Mr. Harrison, or both, have gone the
wrong way about obtaining rights or
redress. Iloth of them have llowu in the
face of precedent in the construction of
what is a "mnrv clmistini;" both of them
have departed from Republican construc
tion of whataiemaiitiine public rightsas
lietwceu headlands; both of them have
disregarded the dictum of the law of na
tions in defining oil" shore rights and
jurisdiction. The law is against you Mr.
I'laiiie, and the eople do not want to lie
forced into a war with their big and
strong brother with the consciousness of
being in the wrong.
OK. liKIHHUM'N L'AHK-Till-; !'(
HITION OK ThK CITIZl'.J.
The State Chronicle in its last issue, to
strengthen its own position against Dr.
Grissoni, tabulates the press ol the State
in opposing columns, of those for the "re
moval" of that gentleman, and those
opposeil to such measure, classifying
Tin; Citizun among the first. The term
"removal" implies the existence of some
external coercive force to be applied to a
stubborn or recalcitrant party, con
victed legally of the offence with which
he had stood charged. For certain ol
lenccs Dr. Grissoni was investigated, not
tried, before a sjiccialh- constituted, pre
ordained tribunal, with power only to
decide by a majority of votes whether
the charges were or were not sustained.
It might bea question, even il the find
ing was that the charges were sustained,
that the tribunal could, of its own force,
proceed to the extent of the "removal"
of the accused. As the charges were de
cided by a majority ii"t to have been
sustained, the case remains altogether in
the hands of Dr. Grissoni hiniscll whether
he bends before the weight ol public opin
ion, so industriously sought to hccrcatcd
against him, or whether he will stand to
his own defence, or hold his position un
til it reaches its legal term of expiration.
Certainly there is no legal power in be
ing to force his removal ; and il is dam
aging to the moral power of I he lawso!
the State, veneration lor and obedience
to which it is the bounclen duty of all
good citizens to inculcate, to invoke ma
chinery outside of the law to elfecl ob
jccls not attained within, and by the use
of, the law.
Tin; Crnzi-.x did not, docs not. call for
tile "removal" of Dr. Grissoni, It does
think the hcathliil iullucncc ol Dr. Gris
soni, as superintendent of the important
State instiliitiou over which he presides,
is seriously impaired, il not destroyed by
the incidents of the investigation, and
that his withdrawal would be judicious,
lint the matter is in his own hands.
Here is what Till-: Citizkx did say:
"Those who know him best know that
Dr. Grissoni stands exonerated. lint
those who know the public sentiment
must led that tlieellieiencv of the institu
tion must lie impaired bv his furl her con
nection with il. Acquittal carries with
it personal vindication, but it does not
carrv wit li it the restoration ol that enui
libnuin in the public mind which will re
store to its easy channel that old couh
Attention, Ladies !
Forty ycMi's' tvtst, for
Kxcclleiicc of Malfi iiil.
KlopniH1 ol Style,
KxactnoHM of Fit,
Iliis proven this
Lndies' Leather Gauntlets,
Mousquetaire. find -Mint ton
Kiliit!- (Moves, .ftl, .fl.lN
Mild fl. UN.
KEEPING IT OP ! !
To lie surissed ly no Shot
in the 1'iiiled States. Out
Wives and Daughters may
all he suited at P.oslie l!ros.
& Wri.difs, front iiifjr 1'iihhV
Siiiare. This house has en
tire control of these o'oods in
Aslieville. Pmft Im.v any
oilier Shoe until you have
called for the "Morrow's"
Fine Shoe. Fvery in i i' guar
anteed, livery description
of llats.Clotliinn'and Ladies'
(ioods may he had of lostic
I'ros. & Wright at exceed
ingly low prices.
Icnee m Dr. I. lissom the public once had
I he suggestion of his retirement is ver
'.iinlul to us: lor there is no "cutlcni;
111 North Carolina we more admire and
ust than Dr. l.nssom. Itut the oosi
ion lie Holds depends lor its value and
usefulness upon unbounded anil tinuni
inous public confidence: and it is evident
now that uiianimitv is withdrawn.
The Ilehring Sea difficulty is one very
unlikely to arouse the patriot interest of,
the American people. The locality is so
remote as to be unknown to ninety-nine
hundredths of Americans, and only
known to them as associated with that
most offensive of all things, a monopolv,
and that most unjmpular of all things
with plain people, the extravagancies of
It would be a singular outcome ol
party chagrin that the inemlier of Con
ress from Norih Carolina so hithcrt
insignilieenl in his seat, and of so little
eight at home, should prove to have
influence enough to prove the marplot ol
Republican schemes. That party with
majority of seven in the House, has felt
strong enough to wrangle over the
Sicakership. There has Ikch 110 tale
lation of disaffection among the truly
royal, North and South, the discipline of
the parly lash proving always eflectiv
csiiecially when its sting was blunted by
a sop. Ittit then comes the trouble; the
sops have lieen withheld from Southern
barkers, or have been injudiciously dis
fiensed. And at least a vcrv influcnti
body, of really hard workers, in North
Carolina, men faithful through thick
and thin, and held also in high esteem by
all men, such men as J. C. L,. Harris. J
R. oung, Gen. I'hil Hawkins, T. M
Cooper, J. R. Iloyd, Rufus Amis, John
Nichols,!'. B. Long ami others, men whom
no judicious administration could adord
to despise, have either lieen neglected en
tirely or assigned to such offices as mor
tally personal pride or rebuke party zeal
All that we choose to say Is, that tin
illustration of party justice is very edifv
ing to us Democrats; anil we do not pro
pose to insinuate any advice tending to
harmony ; and weean say to Mr. Ilrower
'go in, and win, if you can."
Dr. Darker I 'rays cream Van-Ola, Rosa
line, Ougaline ami Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites,
at !. L,. Jacob s drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always be found
together with pocket emery board, or-
ingc wood sticks, nail scissors, files and
other such requisites. Also n complete
line of drugs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hclie Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are disiienscd. Cor
ner Mum street and I'atton avenue.
Scales arc about the only things that
111 stay wiierc tnev arc and steal a
weign at me same tunc.
Whether on pleasure lient or husinrcs
should take on every trip a bottle of
oyrupoi i-igs, as it acts most plcasantlv
and effcctualiy on the kidnev, liver anil
ImiwcIIs, nrevenliiiL' levers, ln-.-id.-n l,. Un,l
other forms of sickness. I-'or sale in ola.
and $1.00 bottles by all leadinir drinr-
Mrs. w . r. I'enler Is nm-rl to take
BOOKS ANI .STATIONARY,
ARTISTS' 1 ri.UIAl.S.I
l'lCTCKKS ANll 1-KAMIiS,
FANCY tail II IS.
HI.ANK HOOKS, i:VI.KV liHADK
Utll.l.S. TOYS AND C.AM US.
WKSTKRN N. C. HClvNKS
UOT.I I'llOTnCKAI'IIIC AMI HANI
22 S. Main Hlrcct.
AM woo ( ream 1'ress
(Ioods. several (pialilien
Hack Chant illy and Whilt
i'lat Val. and All-Over Lnn
iind Fltiiiin-iiifj,- greatly re
duced. Oin-r lland-Sewcd Kan
garoo Shoes for .Men an
neat, lijiht. stylish, lejisant
to wear, strictly lirst-class.
l-aioaiHT i-x.-iiniiiatioiis Sept. a .'mil I-. Kei--
ilutiiiiis 1111, 1 l.i, -tun s Ih-kiii prniiiptl.v s-pl .,
Senilli-r new ,-iil.-il"i:iie ill oiht to
JilllN 1'. C Kl iW l-:i.l., President,
juii-Ji: iliii Trinil.v Cnlk-;e, N.C.
St. Mary's School.
UnlciKll, N. C.
'I'lic Niiu-ty-I'il'tli Siini-Aimiifil Srssimi In'
Kins MiiNMAV, liM UlvK 1J,
I"nr t'at.'iluKH-s, niMrcss Ihv Ktvtor,
REV. BENNETT SWEDES, A. IW.
RAVE NSC P. OFT
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS
ASHEVILLE, N. C,
Kunald NacDonalcl, It. A.,
Tlic scllolaslir ver will open
WliliNI-SHAY, Slil'TH.MIIliU 1M
'IVritis l-'ur lliuo il, 'IHiliou in all lira m tii-s,
and every expense, $:inn per iiiiiiiuli. Cnv
selintnrs $ho pe-r iiiintiin,
l-'er lurtlier iiiloriiiatioii :n. dress Ki-:Y. li.
II. IICKU., Aslieville, N. C, until Sept. 1 ;
.liter tliat iiildn ss MK. KIINAI.ll M vcIUIN
Al.ll, Head Mn .Ur. iidl!7 dL'ni
ARTHUR HI. FIELD,
LEADING I Successor to WHOLESALE
JEWELER, i 11. I.. LAM,.-AND RETAIL,
Practical Watchmaker and
(iHAin t i l:
We make a specialty ui ii pnirinK Watches
that have never kept n",,d lime or ttml have
failed at the Imiiils ol im-omiH-iriit workmen.
I'arties ivanlinK Ki,od passes can have
their eyes eMiinined freenf ehurKe.
We oiler at retail for an days the follinvinu
K Is "t wholesale prices:
3 os. Ore Silver Genuine Kl,'iii or Wnl-
thimi Wateh $..s.-,
ox. Coin Silver 7 07,
Also ssi'ial liarKains in Clocks and Jew elry.
A fine assortment of Utntm-llas and Cnnes.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION
Is that fine lot of liNCI.ISII IlKlIiI.KS and
TIIKEG-HOKN CHAMOIS SKAT SAIHII.ES
KiiKli.-sii and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. -H) French Itrond Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL.
I lor ninny years Associate Principal of Mt
Vernon luslili te, Haltiinore. 1
Assisted ly a enrjis of compi-iiu-n I teaehers
1 he course of instruction includes tlieiisu.
I'.llKlish liriiiulns with l iemli and Latin
H.tra Muie. I'.eniiiiii. Ail Needle VVor
Caitititn; on CIimi.-i, liam-hi.u ,-iml Kjiltui;.
Siceial atlentii.il niven 0, the IT.iiiiiiiK
little Kirls. .k1 ,(;.,
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY,
Salem, N. C.
LARGEST, OLDEST AND BEST FEMALE COL
LEGE IN THE SOUTH.
.v ssi, in opens -AiiKiist L'7. isi.ii. I'aeull
... , ..,.- .- nun iineueis. Sik-viiiI featur
-ine iK veliipnu-iit ol diameter. Health and
, . . , 1 nny eipiipi,tl rirparatorv
.oiiei;iaie flepnrliueui, li,siiU-s first-class
... i.,ito,,ui, laiiKiiauvs ami Com
111. 1 1-1. 11 1.1 ncies.
Send fur CatAliiKtic 0,
., ,., Hkv.J. 11. CI.UWUI.I..
ONE YEAR AGO.
The finest and hest equip
ped Drug Store in North Car
olina, was opened in Aslieville
hyT.C. Smith Jc Co.-Aftei
eiht it'll years of prosperity
in the wholesale and retail
(rug husiness it Charlotte,
t hev sold out and moved to
Aslieville, where they secured
the hest and handsomest
store room in theeity fitted
up in style, with all the latest
annliances and conveniences
possessed by other modern
drug stores. Twelve months
ha ve passed since this vent
ure was made they Iind the
outlook far ahead of their
ex pect a t ions I msi uess gro w-
mg larger monthly, having
already reached a-solid hasis.
Their success demonstrates
what Aslieville will do, for
those who come here with
"the know how." Prescrip
tions and general husiness
have poured into this New
Drug Store until necessity
compels the employment ofa
urge force of thoroughly
competent clerks. This now
tirin do not want Iheearth,
only a small part ol'it. They
are entering the second year
of their husiness career with
new snap, large stock, ample
raw cash to make largeaddi-
tions, liig trade already es
tablished, a successful past
and a bright future. These
fads show what can be done
for those who have a. well
grounded faith in the com
mercial importance of our
growing city for those who
have the nerve toburnall the
bridges behind Ihem. and
give proper attention to their
business. The people arc
kindly asked to continue
their favors to this prosper
ous and busy drug store,
where every article sold is
warranted as represented, or
purchase money refunded.
Address T. C. Smith & Co..
Leading Wholesale ami Re
tail and Prescription Drug
gists, Aslieville, X. C.
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C-
reason 01 inxi--!hi op,s M,,.Vi Sept. ;io,
and closes first Thursday in June, lx'jo.
a 11111 corps 01 instructors in Ancient anil
Modern l.nnKmiKca and Literature, Moral
and Physical Science, Commercial Arithmetic
Surveying l'liysi.,loKy and llyKienc, Music
1 Vocal anil Instrumental), Art, lirnwinc and
Panning l-'ull partieulars can be had from
KMCICIi II. l.liWIS, A. M M. l)
jilllti il.'lm tu fri President.
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
And the low prices at which he is sellitiK all
goods In his line.
He has increased his force and intends to
meet the demand. j
SATISFACTP IX CCARANTIiliK Me'
I llsiirpassi il ,,r ll,r......l...uu ..r
heal Ihliiluess mid Ih-.-iiiIv nf silio.ii.,.. r,.. lti
lies lor eoiulort. moral and reli(rio,is tone.
.... ,u iinioerate. order catalogue.
W. P. DICKINSON,
dtaiiKll. tuthsnt Principal.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Till nCXt WSSlon lMirinaKit ft t UU. T-U...
..v, unwipiiy anu lw. Tuition. :t(ii
For cnta1rllc inldrxus
HON" WI'MP li li tTTi tt
julO dcudOw tu th sat
Of th. 77- . u- V-" W
- -"11 nauii, rosuiveiy cured
w. ..si.ilalIii mi. miitr aotiEi Mttirit
.. II Mlb, wi h, 1 cub l mJl i.7 ll
on taking It; It is susolntol. h.m..." "S
0 1 erect a permaDeat and sprcure whethsV
I POSITIVF for LOST TArtio VANHOOD: i tOLOEN SPECIFIC CO- IBs : ri.i.11
ww" " General Mil HFRVnnfi nrnn rt-rf. - . . .
CTTHE "k 'Bodrd Mini: SfTMtt
W V UJJ tit Frrnn P.m.... I. A1J V
Jrt. nw. 11 JHISin r,lt. i4. Hn I. lehMjTSi
lew nice lioarders at vlllti N. Main St., termi- i'!rili """ - TllTlssT-aeiii. 1. .
wwM, Ull HlhlM. ta, lllf Alt, a. I
and miikn Kan.
I II. cnm.1 st boms with
Ionlmin. Book ntpw
tteularn sent FREK,
iv at. wuollkv. al.n.
Wc tried to write our nd
vcrlisciiiciit iiiiiuiuiiciiij'' our
i'il'l ol Iiiiwn Drcsscssopliiiii-
l,v Unit no one could minim
d(rs(iintl il. Wc li.ivc never
me.-ilit Hint we would ji'ive il
I iiiwii I )ress wil li ( ne 1 ) lli rs
worth of nny of our floods
solil, but only witli.i Dolliir's
worth of Dri'ss jidods. jnid
we e,sieciiill,V excepted White
(ioods. Our rcnsoiis were
these: We n re fA'oiiifi' to uit
keeping- .-ill kinds of lns
(Ioods. except White (ioods.
iind ill order to clenr them
out we give these Lmvns
iiw.-iy. liotstif l4;idies Iwive
fivniled t heinsel ves of our
offer, lull we li.'l ve (pliteii pile
of the Liiwn ,vet which we
sh;ill continue touive iiwn.v.
while ut the s.inie limewesell
the Urcss (ioods llmt gn with
it ;ii sf. Our stock of
White (ioods. Clounciiiiis.
L.-iwiis. judiii Linens, pl.-iin
;ind dotted Swisses. I'.jirred
Muslins. ;i nd other thin noods
suitiihle for t hescason is very
liirjre. mid we fi'u;iniiiti'e the
prices to be us low its those
of iinybody. ( Mir lute
(ioods. Knibroideries, lliim-bnr-s.
Luces iind I'M-ini's
nre nil new. fresh u'oods. No
need lo cleun I hem niter you
ji'ct them, but iirw "ootls,iUi
sold us low ,-isol hers tlmt nre
(ly-specked nnd shop-worn.
mid in m;i ny ruses lower. If
people will examine lietore
icy buy we will be content.
We wish we could impress
upon our people thefact th.it
our store is the pi nee to buy
loir Shoes. We probably
have the largest stock in town
outside of ;i re'iilar shoe
si ore. iroiii a dailies Tehhle
(ioat. button, that we war
rant solid lent her. top. ho1
tojn, insili' niiil out. for
fl .2, lo a tine French Kid.
We haven .Man"sShoein Lace
ind Connress the " If.-ickol
Shoe" which we have made.
We sell them nt 2. nnd will
niiitch them with anv shoe
sold in Aslieville for 2.."0.
fiiiiiranteein-iours lobe equal
in quality, style and til. Of
course we keep nil t hecheaper
fi'rndes, both for men iind
women, suitable for i-ouu'li
we.-ir. iind when we can fvt
peojile 1opric(theni we rn rely
fnil to sell. We hnve n full-
sized .Mexiciiu (ii-iiss llnm-
mock for .fl.dS worth 2.
Lots of chenter ones iilso.
Mammock Stretchers l.j i ts.
each. 2, 4. (5 nnd iS-nunrl
Ice Crenm Freezers, every one
w.irr.inted ns fiood us my
inufc, anil where iftrr triil
they fnil to iveterfoet sntis
I'nction ire return the money,
prices bein nt .fl.."S for 2
(pinrts. We hnve n few suits
of light weight Clothing
which we nre nnxioiis to sell,
not anxious enough to sell
them nt cost, but willing to
sell them lower thminnymnn
in Aslieville will inntch them
for. We kecpevervlhinir.-iiiil
i j, ......
nil.v nsk thnt you see whet her
we hnve whnt you wnnt be
fore you buy. Aliolher sup-
l.v ol .Mntches.2."c. per dozen
oxes ol ;()()s others nsk;
2.")c. for 200s. !
r:,. f.. ..11 ll t i: ill collcii dehts for anyone in the citv for
WO TO ill! tile stol'CS Ulld K'r,- facilities for nntinB nmleol-
o i,.,. ..I.. :t : i . : "miure
" " o II .Will WISH lO.! "". ,.J"ieni.
neoiiiyask thnt you mVi At "'".'L'" ,"'"r""urc:
llOt liny lllltll VOU havepi H ed "'"-"" marl4.lm
Olirs. JAMliS FRANK.
UICIIMU.NII et I1ANV11.1.IJ KAII.KOALI
tWcslcrn Niu-iii cao.-iun I . isjon.
1'assi:m...u l m.".i.-ti i.- r,
Asiikv.i.i.h, . C.Jiine I. l.ss;,.
-n:.e..i.i-.i-( I --el(!-.;it 1.1-:.
In !vi-i-i-;c t J c.v k -. I .-.t ;
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN.
lUcctric Cars I'ass the Door.
1 herewith nolily the public thul this day,
May I, I have added to my well known Res
taurant a fine
Ice Cream Garden.
The same has lieen tilted up neatly for the ot.
easiou and 1 will always have on hand the
choicest ol Creams and Slicrls-ts find Cakes.
Also, can supply families at shortest notice
in lnrf;c ur small iiiaittities. Su conic in good
time and have sonic line Ice Cream and Cakes
and don't forget that at Struuss' you willi-
Tlic Ilcst ol" Ice Cream v
and where always polite and all':nlicc wail,
erswill be pleased to serve. Come eatlv
come often, come one, come all, mul Kive
your frieml Strauss a kooiI man- culls.
uii.i. m; opi;.i;ii rtm this sua.sun.
OP ISNtI on
The Firsoi Juc.
The location oflhis Hotel on tlicsnmiiiit
C.esnr s Head Mountain, mi outlying spur of
the lllue Kidxc, in upper Soulli l arotiua,
alfiirds a eliinale anil water uiiciiinlcd.
As a suiiimcr resort it lias noparullel in the
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, FROM 60 ' TO 70 ,
Whilst its natural scenery is varied iiiiiIki and
beyond conception. Comfort of kiicsIs care
fully consulted. I.ivcry and daily mail. liny.
ily reached from Aslieville in one day, orfloin
lleildersonvillc in hall a day, over ilcliKhlful
loads, tlirolich a romantic and ellni-niini:
F. A. MII.ICS..
AKIKN PARK IIOTl'X
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
:!' inilis souih ut AHlu-ville, on tliv A. fc S.
niilroiKl is nnw ttvn It.r l he Kentioil.
For circulars ntlilrcM
THUS A. .MOKKIS. Pmp'r.
"y-Uf Ankn. N. C.
' Nt w Vnrk.
I -' Dlpm
7 l :i i Mi
I I L'oiitn
I .topm j
i l: .(!piii
I 1 '-' -ui
No. ."i.'i j
1 )-pni J
1C 1-7;. m
" August ji,
" y.v w t u le.itis
Ar. Hot Springs
" tt. I.uuiH,
HAYWOOD WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
WAYNIiSVll.I.li, N. C.
l-'AKIi l-'HK KOl'M) TKIl', . $1.75;
CounneiiciiiK July 1, a siccinl tram will;
'live Aslieville every Sunday at S..'!,ri a.m.
KetuiniiiK leave Wayncsville at C. p. ni.
This Hives the citizens of Aslieville aiitl tier
-iiiiiin, i-Kiitsis an apportuiiily to isit the
illlous Hut wood White Sllllihlll Soiliie-s:.
There are yl acres of densely shaded lawn
ind plenty of seals. Our cout cyauccs will
meet passengers at tlic station. Hotel aceuiu-
niinliitions in eneial uii.iiipased.
i. U. &. Allen & Son,
Turnpike, N. C.
This beautiful summer resort is s,idtetr
imutciliatcly on the Murphy livisi- uf the
W. N. C. K. K., hull way lietwceu Asheville
ind Wayncsville, amoiiK the most itltractivc
scenery in the mountains.
The hotel is new and well furnished, lur;c
and well ventilated. Telegraph and Post,
i llfiecs in the house.
topnil Preshinutti.il. milk and butter tm.iwi
I1I1T I ' t
J. 1 ' I I ..
YOOpit, l troiti the premises.
I No. no No. SU No. 5
I i i-iiain -v-l-l-oni TOoini
blllpml H4-opm I take ilinner anil return in thccvcitiioj
For terms and other information, apply tu
J. C. Smuttier,
NUW IIOCSH! NI5WH I I Kvisni ...
ALL MollliHN IMI'Ki .VliMI'NTS.
MRS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N.B.A1KINS0N,
I No. n;,
I s :toani
I 1 1 5onm
I 1 40pm
I lon tu
"j lO Hliiin
I 1 Sr.pni
J 7 Miipni
Parties can leave Aslieville in the inurnitM:,
1 1 45am
I No. 1H
No. an liny wood Street
! d I v
I No. 17
A laiKe, airy house. :tlK Paii.m a
0112pm "n street ear line. Cood lucution. Terms
I reasonnli e. f:...l r,,. .v..ii.
Mr SleepiiiR ears on nit niiiht trains. I jul4d:tin MKS. I. I,, smatmlus
IAS. L. TAYLOR. V. A. WINHIIRN. I l: .. :r-
t.. P. A. I. P A. ips'HllvllUAKI).
SO'.. HAAS. T. M I u .. t
' I oreese nns renten me Kaw Is' rorriiKl -
Com,,lcncin(;ju,le;I0.tll. lollowit;Pse,. l;e s ue ,,v IS 'llli. l::.";"T' .V'
. ' - " .xiiwiw-
Ker i rain Mi-vice will be operated on Sun
iluys between Aslieville and Wayncsville:
No. 12. STATIONS.
.i.inni l.v. Ashevil e Arr I 7.u,.
ami " Snliliur Si.rines I 7 2s inn
II I ".l n in
II 2Miiiii "
li 47 a in "
T urn pike
7 14 pit;
i. ri pit
n it7 pn:
li 1 U in.
ii on pm
iruests by tin month, week or day'.
JJ'"" lul, ill ill
MKS. S. li. CIIAMIlliKLIN,
1.12 Chestnut St.
Guud Jleds and Good Hoard
Csmtl Terms. julVdlm
J. W. SCIIARTLE,
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Has removed to tin lohnsion rinii.i..,..
ton avenue, corner ., I Chln 'i stm l
she is prepared ti. k. ep r, ;.ilar or ti.iusiriit
boarder.. Table fm-nislied -vh lhe u"t ti t
market nlTonls. Teriiisrea,.nut.lc. inaraimO
MERCHANT TAILOR ROUND KN08 HOTEL
icti'JOd 1 V
4 N. Main St.
Uiuius u. usoo CUa WhUefasJl ss. I
biod.wiT t.tht 1 N.Y. Office, 466 Broad way.
FAMILYGR0CER1ES AND PROVISIONS I
AKcnt for Ueeins Creek Woolen Mills.
Asherille, N. C.
McDow lI Co., N. c.
(Situated on the W. N. C. R. R. An honr'.
ride from Asheville.)
1- irst class in every m.(m-l. Mineral waters,
l.ithia, Iron, Alum and Irvo, Ked audi
White Sulphur and Mn-nrsla.
The most picturesque .MJt j WCTten,
Term, reasonable. Sx-il rate, to fami
J. Bulow Erwin,