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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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TlirKSOAV, AttUST 8, 188!).
A friend h.-is sent us a copy of the Daily
Sarntopnii contninitij; comments uHn
the pnrcliase of the West Shore rnilrotiil
by the V.nitleruilt interest throui'h Drcxel
Morgan & Co.; nnd the purchase of the
control of the Chcs.-iK.-iike nnd Ohio ro,
by the same agents, presumably for the
same parties, thus lrinj;inK those vast sy
terns tinder the control of already anions
if not already, the largest railroad own
crs in the I'nited States.
Our friend is aware of the fact th.
some of the Vanderbill family have madi
very larjfe purchases of lands in the v
cinity of Ashevillc, thereby establishing
Kreat and substantial interests in a sec
tion of the South hitherto untrod bv
them; and he concludes that thcexiHct:
tion is not an unreasonable one that
these wealthy purchasers may find it wise
to connect their Sou them with their
Northern interests bv that favorable link
of the Vunderbilts, the railroad
adapted to the genius and enterprise of
the family, and so illustrative of sajjaci
ty, as well as capacity for the perform
a nee. The idea had never entered our
mind, because the purchaser, Mr. Vander
bilt, had come here as a private gentle
man, made his purchases quietly and un
obtrusively, had hisown iK-rsonal vicwsi
the uses to which he might put his new
jwssessioiis, was treed, or ought to lie
from intrusive curiosity as to his pur
Mises, and was absolutely independent of
any obligation to ally himself with the
fortunes of this, or any othercommiinity
in which he might make investments.
man of large wealth, in the course of his
inspections over the country, might tiiu
himself very strongly attracted to certain
places, the ownership of which might b
desirable to him, and the possession ol
which his means readily enable htm ti
attain. Yet he is not bound to anv one
of those places to advance its fortunes by
RK'cial exercise of his lilwrality or enter
Yet, it might not lie unreasonable to
find the Yanderbilts, daring, and also sa
gacious in their enterprise, paying sonu
attention to the topography of this im
mediate section of North Carolina in its
relation to the shortest connecting links
between the North and the South. That
topography has not escaped the observa-
lloM-(i ir'lierv, 1; fi ' pnijtVtl'tl
road, almost a straight line from At
lanta to Haltimore, passing through the
mountains in the line of least resistance ;
through North Carolina, and bv Ashe
villc, where the bars are let down to h.t
mit its passage, into and through Vir
ginia where the mountains stand wick
apart and spread iqien a broad and
smiling valley for the reception of the new
i. : i t. ,
ingnway. ny sucli a route, a new.
shorter, and eminently practicable con
until it stopied for want of fuel. The
truth is that the fighting of fire is like
fighting any other battle. "The battle
is not always to t lie swift nor the victory
to the strong." It rests not with num
bers but with discipline. It must be met
ns the fiercest of foes, and can be met
only with the skill acquired from prae
tice. The disciplined army that goes to
victory does not wait until it reaches the
battlefield to put itself in course of train
ing or preparation. Long previous
pains-taking, patient, sometimes painful
attention to details, has taught that
army what to do in the day of its trial
It then moves with promptness, it moves
with precision, it moves with effect
Every stroke tells. So it is in the work
of fighting fire, into which combat are
called all the skill of the general, all the
coinage and discipline of the soldier, all
the energies of the combatant. A fire
company is the standing army upon
which a community implicitly dcends
tor salety of iersoii and security of
projicrty. I'pon itseoiirage, its readiness
its admirable fidelity, this confidence is
never misplaced. When skill and disci
plinc, the fruits of practice and prepara
tions, combine with these, then safety is
assured except under such conditions as
defy all human power; and such probably
promoted the widespread disaster of
The dignified demand of the Oovcruor
of South Carolina upon the (Governor of
I'ennsylvania for the surrender of a mur
derer, a fugitive from the justice of the
former State, a refugee to the territory
if the latter, the prompt surrender
igaiust the influence of a popular senti
ment, it must be confessed, not very ac
tively aroused, and the orderly proceed
ings precedent to the trial are among the
happy indications of return to juster in
terscctional understanding. One Gover
nor in vindication of insulted law de
mands the fugitive offender with the full
knowledge of the partisan objections
that might Ik-raised by a State not es-
ecially observant of the comities that
might s.ilclv lie ignored in tlieattainment
if partisan ends; the other, aware of his
idvantage. yet manfully setting it aside,
ind promptly and ungrudgingly doing
what his duties conijcl him to do. Anil
is a crown to all the eople of South
Carolina prove how much wrong has
been done to them by presenting on the
broadest stage of action the sinetaele ol
lir and equal justice done to the ac
cased, of wha-.ever odor, condition or
party; nothing but what is abundantly
imihar to all parts of the South, but
Attention, Ladies J
Forty yours' tost, for
Kxcolloiico of Material.
Klo!Mioo of Stylo,
Exact iionn of Fit,
Has proven this
There is no mawkish sentimentality
bout Knglish justice. Whether it lie a
Kcr, or a divine, or a woman, Judge
ind juries go straight to their mark, and
convict and hang without remorse, if
itistied of the guilt olthc prisoner. Mrs.
Maybriek, charged with poisoning her
husband, is pronounced guilty, sentenced
to be hung, and in three weeks probably
ill lie hung. We all know what would
ive been the outcome of such a case in
(he tniicd States. She would never, in
the first place, have been found guilty.
.She would have been given, full and HI
eral lienetit of every doubt. If convicted
she would never be hung. She was
woman, a lady, with money and influ
encc. She would have snapped her I'm
gers in the face of the gallows. The ling
lisli system is brutal, but it is honest
ours is decent, but it is not honest; lor
it even sometimes hangs an obscure tin
To le surpassed by no Slioi
in the I'nited States. Our
Wives and Uaimliters may
ill be suited at Host if J'ros
cv Wright's, front in",- l'ubli
Nniare. 1 his house has en
tiro control of these o-oods in
Aslieville. Don't buy any
other Shoe until you have
called for the '".Morrow's"
Fine Shoe. Every pair'iiar-
anteed. Every description
of Ilats.Clothinjrnnd Ladies'
Goods may bo hud of I5ost i
Hros. & Wright at exceed
ingly low prices.
Ladies' Leather (iatintlots, RACKET COLUMN.
Mousquotairc, and 4-buttoii
Killing Gloves, fl, fl.-lS
All wool (Yen in Dress
Goods, several qualities
KEEPING IT UP ! !
Wo tried to write our ad
vertisement nnnouncin"; our
o-ii't of Lawn Dresses so plain
ly that no one could misun
derstand it. Wo have never
meant that we would ix'we ii
Lawn Dress with ( die Dollar's
worth of any of our goods
soli, but only wit ha Dollar's
worth of Divss i'oods. and
we especially excepted White
and Flouncing greatly re- Goods. Our reasons were
these: We are oiiifi' to quit
keeping all kinds of Dross
Goods, except White Goods,
Ourfr Hand-Sowed Kan- .m.i ; ,....,. tn ,. them
out we uivo those inwns
away. iots o! Ladies have
neat. hht, stylish, pleasant m vailed themselves of our
offer, but we have quiton pile
ol i no Lawn .vol which wo
in. i jii j i i t 1 1 i .
oiacK i mini in v ami into
Flat Val. and Ail-Over Lace
jiaroo Shoes for .Men are
to wear, strict lv first-class
II. REDWOOD cVCO.
Jenkins is loose again. President Ilar-
nection could be made between those I nson is on one of his many tours of rest
w.inta ..- ,. .1.1.. 1 .1....:.. I I -.. ...
i " --"j dim iivMg-1 .Mm t,eiy movenieui ana tillerance is re
.,..wi i .t. I 1...1 .. ... .
"""" " iim.iiL divoiniLei mg me 1 i"iiitu won scrupulous ami nauseous
usual difficulties and costs of mountain I particularity. Mr. Harrison is a gentle
engineering, ix.-cau.se the line will rest on man of eminent n-rsonal respcetabilitv
an elevated plateau, and will follow the I and must possess all the instincts of the
troughs ol the valleys instead of cutting gentleman which must Ik- grossly of-
liiroiign transverse ranges of mountains, tended by the publicity given to his ac
1 ne construction of such line may lie long turns. We cannot think he can take
postponed, but it is an inevitable future pleasure in such things. It use to ulensc
fact. The capital that shall accomplish Louis XIV to make his toilet put on his
11 win find its recomiense. Such hue clothes 111 plainer language, in the pres-
passes into the New South and through encc of grinning obseuuious eourtieis
11; ami ol it the baratogian truthfully The same kind of" vermin seem to sur
t,,!, rounu Air. Harrison. They mav make
llie New South is scarcely scratched I his life wretched; it is barelv possible
U L W :&L' ll""- !.1 tl,"t " l-nppy. In our "tele-
stimulated. What may lie done with it. s . . -,l"lcr,,H.v we suppress a mass
inc lmagmaiion may conceive, out 110 I tuesoine sluii.
man can now accurately estimate."
In the realization of such an idea, we Southern IMhIcIn.
necessarily look abroad. We look to T'le Southern I'laid Manufacturers' As-
tliose who have the wisdom to see what " "' - ""none 111 fallen ses-
is practicable and ,,ro.itable, to those ni&IS 1"
i gicui uuueriiiK-1 pro position nv a cnnttalist ol New Vork
ings to guide them; and to those who was presented, but action was deterred
have the money to make deeds respond l",t,l n1n"t,,er meeting, which will be held
to purpose. And, in reference to such, pnit isauVt o thTnuZ.
we quote again from the Saratoginn, I of plaids. It was taken favorably bv the
which says: I assiK-iation, and it is thought the liroii-
"1 Heir possession means the dcveloii- . w.ml-" " "'"e,
ment of the road and the means for the I J ' 'K great ociicnt to tlu- plaid man
development of the southern wmntrv r"i "?",..?"d M,lvc tl,e vexed question
tributary to it. .So these owners reap
tneir nnrvest not oy roiilnng thcirtcllow
I of plaid selling.
men, but by creating new oimortuniti.s L "llm,"gton Review : 1 he hnghshspnr-
and new wealth for all. Thev take their w , ll's !-'s "u,cr 1,1,(1 hits. has
share with the rest: all iret their divi. 1 ,. l" lK "n enemy to shingle
.1. 1 1 roois. lie nas Ixrcn discover.! f,...r:.,..
w--"'- 1.1 . . -
mem to pieces to make a nest for his
mate. 11c will fasten on to 11 snlit l,;
(rip nml kwn ....IU.... i .
nasnington lerritory seems to be eeeds in irettimr it loose. It, "
heralding its approaching devcloomcnt I to lie a big job for the little fi-ll.r , :
into a State of the I nion by a series of ,s' "ul ne ""mages to get there.
very costly Ixinfires and illuminations.
But the sacrifice of two cities in success- ur- 1 "rker I'rays cream Van-Ola. Rosa-
ion, with a loss to each of them offroni fif- ,ine Ongnlinc nnd Uinmond nail oo-vder
teen million to twenty million dollars, is Mavl,1K now liccome the ladies' favorites.
a strain upon endurance that cannot I nt P- L. Jacob's drug store, these iionular
1 . . . -
bear frequent rciK-tition; and we hone "lanicure articles may always lie found
we have heard the Inst of Washington I toBcthcr with pocket emery board, or-
Territory city conflagrations. The de- "" wool sticks, nail scissors, files and
struction of Sjiokane presents features tlleT 8uch recpiisitcs. Also a complete
distinct from those that attended the llne 01 aruKs a"d toilet articles, in addi
burning of Seattle. This last was a tion to the He,,e S" Fountain from
wooden city, and since it has been swept wn,cn ,ce --0,d drinks are disx-nscd. Cor
out of existeuce, no one appears to re- er Ma'n street and I'atton avenue.
if ret it. The onnortunitv i rrivn I
. 11 . .... The deed is dun," said the mc-rrhimi
create a newly planned, solidly built, as he started hi, ,l I ,.. " " t 'f'
-..j....:. u... e 1 .. . . 1 "is
.uu. ... v.fcj. uui or.kuiic was a solid I o.oiy tour.
city, of bnck and stone: and
bad an ezgeotionallv orofuse and nn, TourlMa
ful water supply. It had no engines, but -L .vIT "" l,leasure nt or business
it had its mains, its plugs, its reels and
its hose, and without doubt, its gallant
firemen ; yet the flames walked away with
HOOKS AND HTATIONIiKV,
AKTIHTH- M AT1CKIA1.H.I
i;Ni;iNi;f-;KS' si i'i'i.iiis,
l-ICTI NICS ANll l-KAMliS,
Itl.ANK IKIUKS, HVICKVIiKAIli:,
1I)1. 1. S, TOYS ANll CAM lis.
N. C. SCKlHKt,
HUTU I'llltTlM'.KAI'lllC AMI iianh
az S. Main .Street.
l-;ntraiHT exioiiinatiftns Sent. .'I nnd 1. kei
ittitii.ns atnl Lretures Iickim protnptlv Si-pt. f.
,, 11 11, , i, iimiik- 11 1 iiiux in
JOHN 1'. CKIlWIil.l., l-rcsi.lint,
jimL'li ill'in Trinity CnlliKi-, N.C
St. Mary's School,
Ralc-Ili, IV. C.
n. v; i.-:ii. : 1 ..... I 1 . 1
' """"""" --i"" lie- i.-irii'o, aim wo uuar.-nuof
Kins rtlli.M'.u. Mil-riiM IlKK 1., INHtl.
For eiitaloL-iu-s, iiihlri-sH the Kcetur,
REV. BENNETT SWEDES, A. M.
sliall continue to ",-ivo away.
while at the same tiniewesell
the Dress (ioods thatt-'owith
.it rosf. Our stock of
White (Ioods, Flouiicins.
liiiwns. India Linens, ilain
and dotted Swisses. Marred
Muslins, and ot her thin f-oods
suitable for t heseason is verv
prices to be as low as those
of anybody. Our Whiti
ONE YEAR AGO.
The finest and best equip
ped Prutf Store in North Car
olina was opened in. Aslieville
by T. ('. Smith Co. After
eiili toon years of prosperity
in the wholesale and retail
druv," business at Charlotte,
thev sold out and moved to
Aslieville, where they secured
the best and handsomest
store room in thecity fitted
up in style, with all thelatest
appliances and conveniences
possessed by other modern
drua; stores. Twelve months
have passed since this vent
ure was made I hey find tjit
outlook far ahead of their
expectations business ?row-
iiif? larger monthly, ha vulv
al ready reached a solid basis.
Thei r success d on i o n st ra tos
what Aslieville will do, for
those who coino hen; with
"tht know how." Proscrip
tions and ?onornl business
have toured into this New
Dru? Store until necessity
compels the employment of a
larj?o force of thoroughly
competent clerks. This now
firm do not want theoarth,
only a small part of it. They
are ontorin? the second year
of their business career with
new snap. Iarj?e stock, ample
raw cash to make In r?o addi
tions, bifi- trade already es
tablished, a successful past
and a bright future. Thest
facts show what can be don
for those who have a well
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN. Ir
Kleetrlc Cars Pass tlie Dot
I lure with notilv thr uulili.. n J .'
May 1, I have nildcd to my well !,
cam arucn, -y -
The suine hus liecn fitted up iienllv rrtht
....Ui..n .....1 I .. Ill ...
. , ..in iivs nve mi . x -
choicest of Creunis ami Sherlicts nml -.' .'
..itiw, vuii puimmv iuiiiiiicB H Hniirlcui '
in large or small quantities. So eomt iiis f . i
time am hllve Miinie finr l. ... 1'
...... i mimi linn ac ntrauss- .vouwilij "
a m,- e& oi icc cream,
illlll l hi' lllu-nvM iifili1i mifl t.n
m tiltcn, come one, conic all, inu!xiTt' ' :
j our frund Strnitm u kooc! man)' calls. f: f
Very res wc t lull y, . 0 '
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ronald ItlacDo-iald, 11. A.
The Hi-fif tUisttc vear will iik-ii
Wlili.NlisHAV, Slil'THMIIliK IN.
Terms I'ur llunril, Tuitiiui in all liniiK lies
ami every cxpinse, $Mui Kr annum. Uav
ehulnra kt annum.
1'Vr further infurmntion ai. dress KliV. i.
II. IU HI.I.. Aslieville. ,, C, until St-pt. 1 ;
after that aililiess MR. Kn.NAI.II Mell()N
AI.D, lleail Master. iulL'7 il-'m
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
LEADING I Successor t WWII FS4I f
JtwtLtH.i-II. I.. I.A.NC.. AND RETAIL.
Practical Wateliiuaker and
Wc make a sieeialtj- of rcpairiiiR Wntehes
that have never kept gooil time or that huvt
failed at the hands of lneomietent workmen.
dirties wantinK Kod glasses can hove
their eyes examined free of charge.
We offer at retail for 30 days the following
goods at wholesale prices :
3 01. Ore Silver Genuine IJIgiii or Wal.
mum nateti $4.8.1
2 ot. Coin Silver 75
Also specinl ImrKainsin Clocks and Jewelry.
A line assortment of Umhrcllas and Canes.
KiiKlixli and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. Ill French llrn.-ul Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL.
rorinniiy yenrs Assneiati- I'lineinal of Mt
.....,, niMiiiiir, 11,-iitimorc. 1
" " '"H'S in ciimiK-ntcnt teachers
The eoiii se of instruction includes thcnsiml
r.nKi,sn nriinches with I'rench nnd Latin
i.sir.is-iiins,,.. I.cnn.-m. Art Needle Work
1 ainiini: on l hum, iminn .-mil Killing.
Specinl ntlentiun Kivcn to the training
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY
fSaUin, N. C.
LARGEST, OLDEST AND BEST FEMALE COL
LEGE IN THE SOUTH.
10 i", ,K'"" "K"t 1SM!. Faculty
.Ul rrotcssors mi, 1 L. ;. , '
ii. ...... .. ... is. ,-sjK-i-ini icaiurcs
in lei i5 11 I""""' "f Character. Health and
Coll V "I"'"''"! rrrpanitory nnd
1". v '''Pnr'n'cnt,, hesides HrsUlnss
mi-n-iu'i .1.. .1. l ilnK"agcs anil Com.
Send for Catalogue to
KKV.J. II. CLKWBU,
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imiiis. 1 .,iiees iiiiii iviji'iiift's inereiiii i m toiTa lift ttl inn
iireiill new. I'resli ! tils. Nd Ui'i'ownifi' city for thorn? who
need to ele.iii them iifter vou 11:1 vt' nirv? t Imrn till tin
i...;.i 1. .1 a l. i
.tfl,, l,t .,..... f , i'i i.ifii.-n iteiiiiiu iiK'in. S lull
. tn. in. mil iii-M i;iiin, ii un . ...
o-l I'll 1 it 11 mi ,i f f rin-f w,i, 4-. . 4 I.,.. .
1 I 1 . I , , h'" 'i "" 1 IHIAIHIIUI HI i iu- I
urn iim ti in -i i nil i ii re an,. i
'iii-iiiTiri. j in." iieoine .ill
il.v-speeKecl nnd shop-worn. iill(v .,skt( t(( (.OIltimi(
:iinl in ninny r;isi-s lowvr. If their favors to this m-osnei
! people will examine lieforo us iind busy lnif' store.
thev l.uv we will 1. ,.,,t,.,.t "''('re eVry fu tiel( sold is
... " wnrriinted iis ropr(ntod, or
We wish we could impress purehitse moni'v refunded.
upon our people thefiirt that Mt,1nvss T- Hinith & Co.,
urn- -,.,. iw ii.,. ,.i i..i -" iiiiW Miiwiesiui- iiiin ne-
'"" ""-Mtiul iind l'lesoriplittii Dnm
uieir nnoes. m prolmlily Uiists, Aslieville, .N. (;.
hiivotlieliirii'est stock in town
iiiitsmi- tu ii refiuiiir siioe
. . 1 V . I . 1 . I. l , ,
une, iroui ii ijiiiiies reitlile
' (ioiit, button, that we wnr-
Wll.l. llli l)I-l-NKll F()K Tim sii.lsus
OF 1SKU (I.N
The First of June.
The locution of this Hotel on the summit ul '
C.'csar's llciul iMiiuulaiu, nu uu tl.viiijj spurii) ?
the lllue KidKC in upier South e .imlinii, ?
atlords n eliiniite and water uucipinlnl, ;
As a summer resort it has no parallel in tin i
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, FROM 60 ' TO 70', i
Whilst its natiir.il sceiierv is varied anil niand
Ih--oiuI eoneeplion. Comfort of quests care
fully consulted. I.iveii and daili mail Ha.',
il.v reached from Ashei illc in one d.i. m Hum
llcmlcrsonvillc in hulf n day, over dilililful
roads, through a loin.intic and cli.iriuing
ARDEN PARK MOTlil,
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
!V4 miles smith of Ashevllle, on the A. It S.
railroad is now open for the season.
For circulars address
THUS A. MUKKIS, I'rnp-r,
milyl'dtf Arden. . C.
HAYWOOD WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
WAYNJiSVIU.1'., N. C.
I-'AKH FOR KOL'NIl TKII', - $1.75
Commcncins July I, a siieeiul train will
cave Aslieville every Sunday at 8.:iB n. in.
RICHMOND t UANVILLU KAII.ROAl) "etumhiK leave Wuynesvillc at p. m.
i nis kivk me citizens ol Aslieville and her
hrnuL? lillort horoiiKhnessof instruction
?i ...V,T ,H1"" V "r "ituntion, fncili.
Ti 1 rt-. reliRious tone
,MJ iiiiiiioiik., iirilerentalofiuc.
,,,,, , W. I'. IlICKINSON,
I tanK14 til th sat Principal.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION
Is that fine lot of ENGLISH MKILlI.lis and
THRKB-HOKN CHAMOIS SIJAT SAODLES
them; and neither abundance of water
nor hard work checked the couHufjration
should take on every trip a bottle of
i n, " "s most plcasantlv
and effectually on the kidney, liver and
bo wells, prcventiiiK fevers, hetidaches and
other forms of sickness. Kor sale in 5(lc
and $1.00 bottles bv all leading H,..
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
And the low prices at which he is selling all
Koods in his line.
He has increased his force and intends to
meet the demand.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
Chapel Hill, N. C.
n.iT.h'lUt?' ueirins Sept. f, 1 HKtl. Thor.
oiieu instruction 1 .,nn.H : i i. . .. ,
s?sii'onhi''"",,,l,y "nl ''nw- T'ti"n. -o'iK;r
For cataloituc address
. HON. KI-MI- p. BATTLE
jtllO deoddw tu th sat "
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA,
The Fifty-Second Annual Session of tin
aliove named Institution will kisu
OCTOIUiR 1. jhmii.
and continue six months.
Foreatalocjue or other information write
lR. J. S. IIOKSI5V CTI.LliN
julll d law 3m
Iiean of the Faculty,
MRS. C. ft. KOPP.
lull Haywood S'reet,
(Formerly of Vork, Pennsylvania.)
First-Clas. Hoard. Elegantly Furnished
auQdlw ftrm reasonable.
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on Uklna It- it i. L.'"" ' "w per-
wreck, it NEVFoViT. . w-?rJ lraholir
BOLDEM tPECIFIC CO I W Nc. '$t. CbwlMiatLa
121 lit SC1 i I I;itl)iiv 1nn hut. f-v. Asiuviiu-
f 1.2."), to n line French Kid,
W liiiven .Miin'sShoein Lace
find ( ono-ress the "Hacket
Slitte' which we liave made
We sell tlieni at 2, and will
mutch them with any shoe
sold in Aslieville for .2..'t0,
unrant('cinn-onrs to lie equal
in quality, style and fit, Of
course we keep all the cheaper
firades, both for men and
women, suitable for rouh
weur, and when we can et
jM'ople toiiric(?them we rarely
fail to sell. We have a full-
..: 1 II .- .. . rw
."M.eu jtexican urass jiain-
mock for Jfrl.GH worth f2.
Lots of cheaper ones also.
Hammock Stretchers 15 cts.
each. 2, :-J, 4, (5 and H-quart
i renin r rMzTK,v(M'viH' A.f w.vifviik,
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(Western North Carolina Division.)
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IN liHPKCT JUXK. 1HHU:
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7 1 3pm
1 1 20im
1 2 2.rtim
I summer guests an apportuuitv to vu.it the
lainous Haywood White .Sulphur Springs.
There urc acrrs of dcnse-ly -.haded lawn
and plenty of seats. Our conveyances will
meet passengers at the t.,tion. Ilotclaccoui-
inodations in Kcnerul uu: uipaiised.
ii. D. ti. Allen & Son,
i 1 .'Sain
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New I Irlcnns
. LNo 50 No. r.2 No. B4
This liciiutil'ul suinmer resort is situated
immediately on the Murphy Division of the
W. N. C. K. K.. half u-nv li. l.v, a.i :u..
Oir.nni I .ind Wuynesvillc. nnioiiK the most attractive
1 4iH)m I
12IIO m scenery in the mountains.
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7 2Gaml m-iiiiwiiMinvann wen lurnislicd, lurc
1 .15pm I . ,.
7 2(lpm aml ventilated. Telegraph and Post
I No. (54 I "mees in the house.
i (lo",1!."' 1'rt,1,l,""'"n, milk ami butter supplied
I 7IM)pni I from the premises.
Ar. Hot Springs
Ar. Hot Springs
0 21 In m
1 1 4"am
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7(ir.pn I ,",""" "1 uie iiioiiiiiik,
840pm tkc dinner ami return in thccveniiiK.
I'or terms and other information, apply to
J. C. SmatlicrM,
NliW IKU-SI!! NliWLi l-l'IJ.lsll 111 1 I
ALL MOIIHKN IMPR..VI.MKNTS.
URS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 21 1 Haywood Street.
SOOam PX'VAIIS HOARD,
A larw. nirv hous.-. :hm iui..
on street ear line. ;0d location. Terms
rvasonaiiic. Hood fare.
j-no.im MRS. I. L. SMATIII'WK
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f"fti ,-,, N ,7
nuufa, and where after trial Ar-'w"nynes?iiic,
tllllYr full -f,. . .....I'... .4- 1! I
..... ... ,-,-,-,( sleeping cars on all ,1Urht .,.
action we return the nioiiev JAS-TAV.M,K: w- winhukn,
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trices oeu-ni at 1..N for sol. haas.t. m. s-k.-kks.
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m ii,nr, MJ IS " J " "Kr ,u""vinn i annm-1 tew hut liftrirdcra at '-nm fir m ; V .
Of liol.t u-oinlir ! 41- irTta"' ' "fc-utcd on Ita. f .St
w,,.l,,l w; "xious to sen, Kfi 7:. TW MRS. H. stsn
fewUliOV 'TltY l pre.nH-.l to take a
uw nice hoarders f Mini v u. . :
anxious enoiiu-1 tn s-mam
1 1 l H r.ri ii m
in nt Hwt, but williim- to 2!S!:2.
S(W f iKMll mumi. fli.ii. 047am
Arr 7SST,m on
Has removed to the
111 lei o.-.n in
in Ashevillc will match them 1"""""Arr- WBy"",ville -v.
Johnston lluilitlnv i... i:
7 I ton "wnue. comer of Chnrch street, where
7 14nm iVA.Jr V Kp "Kulnror transient
fiBpn. market ''" TfUm'"hcd with lhc the
87 urn marlcct affords. Terms reasonable. maraltnO
0 lupm I
ooopm I nnillin llirtn iiatpi
I and Wthi.. Law.
I It. cnrfKl st bomt i u.
Ionraio. Book of pu,
Umlmrs sent FKBK.
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Lumaui. Oa. tag. wmuuiT
e ivievcrvthini-nnl I. W.SrilAnTni i?
nly ask thatyou see whether y
wo have what .vou want Itc- MCDOUAMT TAII tT
t n . Vou buy. Anothe. sun- IHLIlUllrlll I I HILUfl
pl.V ot Matches, 2."tc. iter dozen N. Main St.
itoxew ot ;5(0s-oth.M-s nsl, ,c"J,a,T
2.M-. for 2()()s. N,,T,CB-
(i(to all the stores
ltficetroods if v,. ;..l. 4.. on,SnUnmehS"t' W'" " fu"" Tht V. ,lMt ta Western
only ask that you will
J. B. JOHNSON.
At Blair's Furniture Store,
not btiy unt il yon li.-. vi.pi lrf"-""'""'" miaXm
OUI-S. I A MI'S FRANK.
FAMILYGROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reims Creek Woolen Mills.
McDowell Co., N. C.
(Situated on the W. N. C. R. R: An hour's
ride from Ashevillc.)
First class in every respect. Mineral waters
Lithia, Iron, Alum and Iron Red and
GEO, T. JONES & CO,
N. Y. Office, 466 Broadway.
Terms reasonable. Special rates to fami-
J. Bnlow Erwln,
A NBW DBED, carefully pre'uared by lead
in IT mrmhrn ..f th. A.I ill- . .
irenment ana neav. nat p. perl, cor
enng all acenMu-y point., Just out and now
on sale at the office of the Citiikm Pvilmh-
in n , n. a North Court Hquarr. 'laatntf
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