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THE DAILY CITIZEN.
and acted and reltwcd. His big, pntri-
..Iiil.tnl lirmti llt'.Mrt ve.'irilt'd 111 ill-
The Citiien I. the mo.t extensively drcn- ' si,,. tenderness, and he studied
,ihBoyre w.1.Priafte.un, cx,r dIcetively to
Itsdlscussion'ofpuMlc men and measure irive direction aiul lince to Iiissynipatlnes
taintheinteix-Ht of pul.He Intejthone,, , GcrKC
tS iVabody, touched by .the urgent and
llJYssoe.. . fc , th. pressiiiK nliysieal needs ol an almost 1111-
TheCmzKM publishes the disimtches or tm risu,, .ple," which "inust lor
irl'Sa ZZ nr-PmlcUH-m from making,
lUs of advanced journalism for K.ithermv ,)V t1.,i(ln Kart. such advances 111
news from all quarters, with ,,y"y','"5l'n"' education and such progress in the dilhi-
'"ISrnin IrMWanVnlumAT-B. sion ofknovvlnlge among all c.asses as
f ee to any one send inn their address. . CVerv lover ol his country must earnest l
TKnys-1'aily. $lor one year; "r .u-sife," gave in trust to sixteen Trus
- ".!?"XZ;?l ,L "most of whom have iK-en my m-r-
r"Jr?rtftliecitytoul.i'rilK-r, niidpnr Uonal and especial friends," the sum of
ties wanting' it will please eall at tnc -1T1IKN ,,m. ,ilj,,n ,it' dollars, "for the promo-
' AnVKKTlslNcl RTKS Reasonable, nnd nindi
known on npiienuon m . . : moral or iiiiubu ....w".
trnnsient advertisements must lie puul in u v(,iig of the more destitute portions
'"Seadine notiee. ten eents per line. Ol.it.. , ,( the southern mid southwestern States
, ,S.. and society notices I'lty cent.- f tl,e 1'nioii." In addition to this gill,
each inotexteeduiB teu hues) or hity eeuo ,,laeeil in the hands ot the Trustees,
... , ,, i I.. ..r ti... w,..,.. ,i
WHDSKSIIAV, Al'f.rST U. IKK!).
XHK l'KAHOUY FVPiH MM"if
THE OOU IT HAS IOJK.
We are indebted to the Hon. J. L. M
Curry, L. I.. I., for a copy of his memo
rial address liefore the Winthrop Train
ing School at Columbia, S. C, on tin
l'.'th of last Mav. Like every thing saiil
and written by that gentleman, the nil
dress is elegant, scholarly and instruc
tive. Ir. Currv is now one of the trustees ol
the IVabody fund, and is therefore ena
bled to give us a clear insight into tin
motives, principles and aims ol thai
munificent benefaction; originating in
the pure, enlightened benevolence ol
Mr. i'enbody, seeing the grievous
wants that were crying for re
lief, but with majestic magnanimity, (lis
claiming all control of the bcucolencc.
leaving it to lie applied and directed In
those who were to become the true bene
i',, ;,.,-iM,i;ie i In- Illair so called bene
faction, a genuine trojan horse, seeking
power under the guise of generosity, and
sapping the foundation of indqicndciici
under the sham of enlightenment.
The gifts and endowments of Mr. I'ea
body were more timely and mo re efficient
than even their iiucUcstioncd maguitiidi
have gained credit for. In the alter days
of prosperity, in the sunshine of a settled
peace, it is easy and natural to forget tin
years ol struggle with poverty, the days
of contention and the better expericiiceo1
oppression. This is the happy constitu
tion of the human character. Those win
now survive the humiliating and impov
crished period succeeding the war, Mvi
with dull memories and blunted sensibili
ties, and in the enjoyment of restored
peace and prosperity, almost question
the realitiesof a pastexiericncc. To whosi
minds those times present themselves ii
a distressing nightmare, a dream ralhci
than a scries of distressful facts.
Another sci ies of actors has come upon
the field to whom those t xHrienccs havi
no meaning at all; for relatively theii
young lives dawned into maturity and
action under environments pleasant and
natural, however new and unnatural thc
might appear to an older generation.
In his address Dr. Curry pictures tin
times immediately succeeding the war.
its trials, its miseries, itsdeprivations, its
humiliations, its poverty. Lessons so
impressive it would seem would be inef
faceable; yet we have seen in political as
well as in material cxiei iences, how lliosi
lessons are forgotten in the peevish con
tentions with present trifles, and how
childishly ready men are to welcome back
the calamities from which they once freed
themselves, cither through apathy, or as
prompt way to tide over some present,
incomparably lesser grievance.
Perhaps some wiW recognize the truth
of Dr. Curry's picture of the actual condi
tion of the South at the close of the war:
Dining the four years' struggle up to
the surrender at Appomatox, April II,
lNCio, and lien, lohnston's surrender in
North Carolina, April -Ti, all resources
of men and means and money had heen
freely offered and necessarily accepted.
Maiiy of the commonest necessaries ol
life aiul of the most useful medicines 1h
eamc unattainable luxuries. Women
and children and aged men often culti
vated the fields tor scanty bread. All
corporations were suscndcd, banks
were closed, securities were depreciated
or made valueless, railways were dis
mantled, business was paralyzed, homes
were desolated or burned, lives were sur
rendered, wives were widowed, children
, . .i o'clock n. in. as usual, will lieehnrKi'd eon
II VOU illV l(OKlIl!' to!" t lit for each valise and law bundle. This ci
. , .. fi , .-dso connects with the SparlanliurK trai
hesr floods jor thc ic.ini
nioiicv ("ill on Bostic Bros.
& Wright. Tlicir stock is
simply iiniiH'iisc. iiixl fivsli.
iintl it tnifi'lit well lt worth fi
.lew's c.vi to you to inspect
their g-ootls whileon the buy.
Notice to Travelers.
lleuinninc to-dav nnd continuing until fur
ther notiee. a street car will leave Court
House Square at lfl minutes before 8 o'clock,
a. m.. for the train lor spnrtannurK. All
travelers who will take this ear will have
their valises transported to the train free of
'harire. All who take tne regular --(lepot-'or
tram car, which will leave I lie square at
lock n. in. as usual, will liecharKed emits
but if nil uersons take it there will not be
time eitotiKn lor all to Kct tneir tiesets nun
necks, and manv may be lelt wnne il as
many as enu will take the ear leaving the
Square nt lf minutes la-fore K thev will not
uiiv save tne extra i-nurire lor vunses on ine
"depot" ear. but have ample time for the"'-
Ives anil leave ample time lor tuners to uci
the r eln-eks and tickets.
T I Mi ASIIIi ll.l.lv SI KlvliT KY. CO.
Planters Hank Ootids ol tne Mate oi
Mississippi, amounting with interest to
ibout eleven Hundred tnoiisaiiii iioiuns.
Of the application of the aid derived
trom the fund. Dr. Curry says;
"So to distribute the aid as to make il
clfcctivc in the production of a icrniaiicnt
and sell-siislaining system of popular
education, it was deemed advisable to
select separate schools at such centra'
and radiating points as would be mosl
dlicicnt in their nitliicnce upon ouicis.
l-aicoiuagcincut was given to provide lot
the principal part of the exiense by sup
plementing the clVorts made by eom
iniiiiitics. Such conditions were imposed
is to secure from the people three or four
or live dollars for every dollar paid from
the income ol the luiiil, so as to make tne
indirect results of the administration to
iiitwcigh those that were direct. The
inflexible rule of IVabody aid. plainly
xpresscd, was to help those who helped
'.hcinsclvcs. A general ;iro rata or v
:ipit;i distribution would have dissipated
he fund and produced no valuable re
sults. The idea was to supplement judi-
iouslv and helpfully, so as. using theapt
.voids of Professor Harris of Kichniond
College, "tosecuretbe iusl mean bet ween
..,,1,-eniialion for strength and diffusion
for relief." A great problem in public
haritv is to relieve indigence without
'isternu; indolence and recklessness. The
sl.nnle rule of furnishing proportionate
lid for a brief term has Ihvu helped in
iwakeniug local vigilance and pride, and
icrahtv and to llic convic
CIutliiiiK - Clothing !
A full mill complete line of
(lents Kemly .Miil ( lotlnnji',
mill it must !(, us we ure
cleiiriiifi' out for Fu.ll urrivuls.
Huts mid di'iits' Furnish-:
inji' doods ii double supply
on limn!, in which we oiler
.lust ooened the very hit
est productions of imported
and American inaiiulactures
and t rimmiiifi's to match.
Choice extra fine fabrics,
medium anil lower urades.
calculated to suit anybody
For the next, few days
our uneminlcd hue
We have a nicelineof I Soys'
Suits, such makes as lto-crs.
Feet & Co.'s, Kouo'h jind
rumble, ((., well made, neat
and stylish. I o close out a
few broken lines we hav
made extremely low prices
on them, at cost and some
below cost. Zieji'ler Bros.
Boys' Shoes are the best
wearers vou can hi v ami arc
OUR SALE OF
' r.-illlinij t
.ion that rudimentary ciiueauou is
oroierlv and w isely a permanent charge
'm property. All along it was declared
:hat this aid to independent schools was
i temporary expedient, and that the
schools must liecome a part ol the general
system of Stale institution!., or to help
would be withdrawn. IVabody money
has thus multiplied its widening influence
mil power live-fold and ten-fold, Now,
ill the Southern Slates have well orga
nized and increasingly popular systems
if free schools, and in the administra
Jon of the fund, heip is given only to such
schools as are earned on under State
-ispices and control."
Three recent incidents might induce the
iioa- that the course of justice was re
inniug to natural channels, and that
reason is more venerable than the first
law of nature. Vcldcll.lhc negro preacher
'irought back from Pennsylvania to
South Carolina to answer for a murder
ouunitted twelve years ago, has been
Midland acquitted, and has gone back
io his Hock in Pittsburg: Sullivan, dcliv
tciI up by the Covcruor of New York on
the requisition of the I'nivcrnor of Mis
sissippi for violation ofeei tain laws of the
attcr Stale, was put on trial Monday,
with strong prospect of conviction, and
issigiiincnt toall the ieiinllics incurred of
line and imprisonment ; and lastly, 1'iov,
Scay, of Alabama, has, or will make re-
itnsition on Uiiv. t. onion, ot i.corgia.
for the extradition of Messrs. Calhoun
mil Williamson, the pai Lies to the late
lucl. Ten years ago C.ov. Ciorilon might
have laughed in dov. Stay's face at such
.1 demand. Now he says he will yield it
with great readiness.
tilTi'i- our unemialed line ol
Ladies' and Childrens' fiiu
Parasols at areatly reduced
rates, comprisiiiu'plnin Silks
fancies in I'l.iidsand Stripes always sat isfactory
with colored sticks at
We can suit anybody m
an suit anybody
Linen, Towels, etc.
II. REDWOOD &CO.
One Pritc Strictly.
: AT : COST, t
in order to clear them out,
continues and will lie kept up
UNTIL ALL SOLD
We need the room for other
(ood.s. The assort ineiitcon
Koots and Shoes.
We will make il to your in
terest to inspect our well se
lectet stock ot Ladies and
Mens' Fine Shoes, medium
ur Bargain Counters are
still attracting and pleasing
the bargain seekers.
A fiilllineof Directory Knell
ing just in.
When you call foranythijig
in the Ir.v doodslineyou will
not be bothered with that old
chestnut ,-.Iust out."
BOSTIC BKOS. & WKIdMT.
l-lnlrnncc (-xnlliltliltliHls Sept. II and -t. Kcc-
iuiliuns mill l.ei tnivs lu-in prmnptly Scil.r.
Send Ii ir iu-w i ntnlniou' nt mice to
()1IN I-. C KlIW lil.l.. I'rcsnlclll.
jinilMl il-m 'I'lillity CiiUckc, N.C.
St. Mary's School,
RalclKli. N. C.
The Nincty-l-'inil Sciiii-Ainiual Session bc-
kins MllNli.W, Slil'TICM llliK IB, I SH'.l.
l-'tr ciilalumics, ndilrcss the Keetor,
REV. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M.
The News and observer of the 1:1th
says: Telegrams received here Sunday
evening announced that a destructive tire
was raging at New Heme. Later it was
learned ihuijhuth of the mammoth I'm
lories of Siiinson cc Company were
totally consumed together with about a
million and a ha'f lift of luinlier. The
New Heine depai Itnent did sonic yen
manly work in tig.iting the Haines, and
saved by their efforts the Atlantic and
North Carolina wharf which was threat
ened. The loss was estimated by num
bers of the company who arrived here
vestenlnv at iVom $i-H,oil(i to $0(1,111111.
The Cencrnl Convention of the I 'rotes
nit Episcopal church in the I'nited Stales
wi meet in triennial session in m
(ieorge's ehiirch, New York, ;u October
BOOKS AND 8TATIONKRY,
I'ICTI KliS AMI 1'KAMIiS,
IKU.I.S. TOYS AMI CAMUS.
WHtTKRN N.C. HCKKKHi
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ronald MacIonaId, II. A.,
The schiilnslie yi nr w ill nicn
wkhnkshav, si;pti;.miihk ih
Terms l-'iic llunril, 'rnitiim ill all brnncllc!.
anil every expense, $aoo wr aiinulil. llllv
selniliirs $sn K-r nntlntu.
For further infiirniuliiiii a(, dress KliV. Il
II. III'F.I., Asheville, N. C, until Sept. 1
after that ndilrcss MK. KOKAI.ll M Ac I H IN
Al.ll, llend Master. jull!7 (lam
were orphaned. Wlient'ae collapsecame. It will mark the hundredth anniversary
there was 110 currency except as could both ol the union ol the church in several
be obtained from the army of occupation of the newly created Statis and of the
in exchange for eggs, fowls, vegetables, ratification of the Hook of Common
milk and butter. Academies and colleges prayer. (Juestions to lie considered nota
had lieen closed. Young men had been lily the revision of the prayer book, Un
arrested in their educational plans. Iiasis of representation, the proposed
Every available energy was needed and change in the title of the church, mar
had liven consecrated to clothing and riage and divorce, Christian unitv and
subsistence. The country was in a state work among the colored (icople, aiieal
of stagnation, exhaustion, deplorable to a large nuniber of K'rsons within and
poverty and bankruptcy. without thccoinmimionofthcl'rotcstant
The political nnd social chaos that fol- lipiseopal church. Nine bishops have
1 ,i .,..,. i ,, l,,, ,0 ,,.i;,.f. (ueu since cue lose iiicviink.
It was held ill practice that the con
stitution, iinoiiil the "rebellious" States.
, 1...1 i...i:i 1 1..
nauueen uici urcu or J'""""""'- . 'V" ,M,rt ,,f the world thev mav I situated
sua., o welcoming 1, c .1 .o-c u. . .e , , (. tu nl(;ii,1 , M,. lk.n.
origina or I"" Vit:naud, ex-secretary of the I'nited
vl IX Gity ' werested wUh W":
It is gratifying to notice the inarch for
ward of southerners, no matter in what
proconsular powers, and their illegal
acts wcrcsustamcdanu cgim nzcil. .Men,
iiieoniK'tcut and of bad characters, were
made governors, judges, marshals, at
torneys, agents ot I-rcedniea's Hureaux,
and they x'rpetrated flagrant wrongs.
Some of these men arrogated executive,
legislative, judicial and ecclesiastical
funetions. Rights regarded as inaliena
ble were rudely wrested from the jieoplc
of ten Stnt.w. The deluded negroes were
used as blind, ii responsible agents in mal
administration. Whatever tempted cu
Knight Coiiiinaiidcrshiii in the lA'giou
of Honor has been recorded. We arc
glad also to record the fact that Mr. 'ig
nauil is a native of New Orleans, was a
well-known journalist liefore the war,
and was a captain in the South, louis
iana regiment in the Confederate army.
Since the war be has resided in Paris,
where he has won great distinction as a
scholar and writer.
Dr. Parker Prays cream Van-Ola, Kosa
line. Oiuraline and lliaiuoud nail powder
pidity or avarice and was transportable, havjn(, Imw TOmc the ladies' favorites,
in some p.aees was eKc.,, i""k-n-at p. L.tacols drug store, these popular
private ownership or legal inhibitions ".! , , ,
und guarantees. manicure articles may always lie lound,
These extracts are insufficient to show together with pocket emery lmard, or-
the appalling condition to which the tinge wood sticks, nail scissors. Ides and
South had been reduced. To throw ol other such requisites. Also a complete
such a burden neuccfullv, patiently, man- line of drugs and toilet articles, in nddi-
r..ll n,.H aiircrssfullv liesoeaks n irrnn- tion to the Helie Soda Fountain from
dcur of character in the Southern iieople which ice cold drinks are disjiensed. Cor
to which the world has as yet shown no ner Main street and Pntton avenue,
ofmur. with the destruction of everv "Y-V 'P" th' she saw her
.. , , , husband's ashes placed in their last rest-
other resource, disapjienreu every iunci jn(? place u!ler jcill(, takt.n fron) thc
for the support of educution. Then it crematory' "poor Harry has urned
was that the magnificent, thoughtful something at last, even if he couldn't
and considerate benefaction of Mr. Pea- earn a "vinK-
body was applied. We quote from Dr. Tonrlntn
Curry: Whether on pleasure bent or business
i thi.uul hour of trloom. oovertv and should take on every trip a bottle of
despondency, when the South lay pros- Svrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly
trate, faint, bleeding, suffering, a North- and effectually on the kidney, liver and
ern man, 1 am especially glad to say, a bowells, preventing fevers, headaehesand
Massachusetts man, did not pass by on other forms of sickness.. For sale in 5(c
the other side, but came where she was, and $1.00 bottles by all leading drug
and teeing, had compassion, and devised gists.
22 S. Main Street.
ARTHUR M. FIELD,
ICiiKHsli and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. 4i) r 1 null Ilroad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, - PRINCIPAL
AHsisti'tl hy it corps of cinujrcntcnt tcachiTH.
Thc course of instrm tion intlutlcii the usual
Illimlish lirainlu's with Ircnch and Latin
lixtras Music, C.tinwm, Art Ncctllc Work,
Paintiuu on China, 1 ifiiifiiiy nnd KidiiiK.
Spt-cial attention Kivcn to thc training of
little uirlK. nutfl tl'Jxn
i lor many yt-ars Assnctatc I'ritHial
Vfiiioti Institute, Itultunorc.)
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY,
Sal vui, N. C.
LARGEST, OLDEST AND BEST FEMALE COL
LEGE IN THE SOUTH.
Session oiK-ns AniJtist 117. 1MH!, Fneultv
:io professors ami 'leathers. Siwcinl features
-thc lievelomncnt of Character, Health and
Intellect. I till v etiuiinK-tl Prcnaratorv and
tlleuiate depart ttuntw, besides first -el as
I ae tools in Music, Art, LnnKuacs and Com
mcrcml nt ml ies.
Send lor Catalogue to
KKV. J. II. CLKWKI.L.
nun d&w2w Principal.
Warranted o assay us represented.
Sterling Silver 0oodB
( ; u until tci'tl 111 HI-1 Ol II l ti lie.
If what you eat hurts you
you, or if you arc troubled
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION
1. that fine lot of BNUMSH nKIDI.KS und
THKKB-IKIKN CIIAMUIS SKAT SADIll.liS
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
Anil thc low price, at which he is Belling all
Ku(Ib in hill line.
He hns Increased his force and intends to
meet the demand.
Try a liottlc of
Aromatic t Invijrorator
It hint stood thc tests of thc puhlic for over
ii iiunrttT of a century, and thousands have
testified to its vulue. Send for circular and
testimonials. GO cents and $1 iierbottle.
For sale by
F. L. Jacobs,
Corner Main Street and I'atton Avenue,
IIRATH & MUKKAY, General Agts., Boston
MKS. C. R. KOPP,
11)9 Haywood Street,
(Formerly of York, Pennsylvania.)
First-Class Board. Elegantly Furnished
HANFOMD J. LOCKWOOO
Brooms, Whisks, Hearth and
Mill and Factory (Trades a suecialty. Ono-
1 tations and samples tree. IcblBdlj
And iin eiiunl t'ppoi-tunity
r jin'scnt or future usehas
1 .... 1 'A I 1
never heioreonereu hhcii.
DO NOT PUTITOFF
Come ami moo our goods or
write ft)r wimplt's. Our
and other trimmings is
and will be sold at prices that
WILL BK SATISFACTORY
COME TO Til 15
for everything and do not
buy any thing
UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES.
ONE YEAR AGO.
The finest and best epiiH
ped Drug Store in North Car
olina was opened in Asheville
bv T. C. Smith & Co. Alter
eighteen years of prosperity
in the wholesale and retail
drug business at Charlotte,
thev sold out and moved to
Asheville, where they secured
the best ami handsomest
store room in thecity fitted
up in sly le, with all the latest
appliances and conveniences
possessed bv other modern
drug stores. Twelvemonths
have pawed since this vent
ure was made they find the
outlook far ahead of their
cx pect a i ic his 1 msiiiess grt w-
ing larger monthly, having
already reached a solid basis.
Their success demonstrates
what Asheville will do, for
those who come here with
"the know how." l'rescrip
tions and general business
have poured into this New-
Drug Store, until necessity
compels the employment of a
large force of thoroughly
competent clerks. This new
firm do not want theearth,
only a small partof it They
are entering the second year
of their business career with
new snap, large stock, ample
raw cash to make largeaddi-
t ions, big trade already es
tablished, a successful past
and a. bright future. Thesi
facts show what can be don
for those who have a wel
grounded faith in the com
mercial importance ol our
growing cny ior inose win
have the nerve to burn all th
bridges behind them, am
give proper attention to their
business. The people an
kindlv asked to contiiuu
t heir fa vors to this prosper
oils and busy drug store
where everv article sold is
warranted as represented, or
purchase money retumled
Address T. C. Smith Ac Co.
Leadiim: Wholesale and K
tail and Prescription Drug
gists, Asheville, A. ( .
N. Y. Office, 466 Broadway.
IC1IMDNI1 (4 liANVll.l.H KAII.Kt
iWestem North Cnrnlinu IHvision.)
ASMKVIl.l.K. N. C, June I, INK!!.
PASSliNI'.liK TRAIN SI II lilU'Lli.
In Hkpkct Jl'Miii. issll:
I No. fii I No. na J
Il 1 pin
l 21 lain
. ! H'-J
Kton I lion
1 'i J.ram
1 2ilpm I
Ar. Henderson ville,
' New llrleiins
II 21 lam
1 1 nilam
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN,
CIcctric Cars Phm HicJioor.
liciTYvith notify tlit public that thin day,,
Miiy 1, I have mltkd lu my well kni.tti.-ii Kis-
uiratit it line
Ice Cream Garden.
The 8a 11 if hut hern litted up neatly for the ot-
easiou and I will always have on hand Hit:
huiceat ol C minis nnd ShcrlictH aiul Cakes..
Also, can supply fmnilit'H at nhortest notice
lnre or hi null ipianttlteH. So eonie in k,mI
tiinc nnd have some fine lee Cream and C ukes
tnd don't forget that at Strauss' you tiIMjfit
Tlic Beat ol' Ice Crccaf
and where always polite and at,Hil;ve wait
rs w ill be pleased lo serve. Come early.
eonie often, come one, coiuv all, and fivc
our friend Strauss n Rood many calls.
IC. STK AI SS,
ll.l. 111! DI'KNKl I'llR THE SKASMN
OI' lsy ON
The First of June.
The locution of litis Hotel 011 tlu-siimmlt ol
Ca-sar's Head Mountain, .111 outlying spin of
the Itluc Kide, in upinr South t.tiolin.i,
affords a climate and water uneipialcd.
As a suminer resort it has 110 parallel in thc
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, FROM 60 TO 70 .
Whilst its natural scenery is varied nnd f-i and
beyond coneeption. Comfoi t of quests care-.
fully consulted. l.ivei and ilail.v mail I "as-.
ly reached from Ashex Hie in one dav, or from,
Ilendcrsonville in hail a ilay, over delightful!
roads, through a romantic und eharmiu
akdi:n park iioti&l.
AND FAMILY CQHAUtS,
tt miles south of AslievtHe, on tin A. & K,
radrond is no- open for thc seasmi.
For circulars addiv
T1HS A. MOKKIS, Inipv
maylMtf Anlen, , f.
This beautiful summer resort is situntei)
iui'tiedlutely on thc Murphy I i vision of thc
V. N. C. K. K., hall way iH-twceit Asheville
nid Wayiiesville, anions the most attractive
scenery in the mountains.
The hotel is new and well furnished, larc
and well ventilated. TeleKiaph und Tost
ottices in the house.
Fresh mutton, milk and butter supplied
from the premises.
Parties can leuvc Asheville in thc morning
lake dinner and return in thccvcninK
For terms and other information, nnply to,
J. C. Sinather,,
NISW HOUSE! NI1VL ITKNIStlKI) k
ALL MODKKN IM IR VliMlJNTS.
MRS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N. B. ATKINSON.
No. Haywood Street.
jun'22 dl v
A larc, niry house, H1H I'atton rvHmt
on street car line. Good location fj'eruiN
reasonnble. Good fare.
jult.d:tm MKS. J. L. SM AYHKRS.
I 3 40pm
MRS. S. STEVENSON
No. 5(1 No. 52
Has removed to the Johnston Building, l'att
JillX''"1 shc is prepareil to keep rcKnlar or transient
7tMtpm Mar,icrB Table furnished with thc Inst thc
market affords. Tctihh reasonable. mnr31m6
Ar. Hot Spring
7 4iiitn 4 44pm
1 lopm HoOptn
0 l.ipm fl40ani
etuam 5 30jm
74am 4 44pm
irjoani K lopm
1 lopm Hftopm
7 1 Gum
fi40am 1 1 .r.um
0 30pm 6 30pm;
7 4fpm 7 45pm
Lv. J arret fa,
Ar. Waynes ville,
pair Sleeping ears on all night trains.
IAS. L. TAYLOR, W. A. W1N1UTRN,
G. I. A. I. P A.
SOL. HAAS T. M.
Commencing June 30, thefollowitiK Mnssen
Kcr Train Service will be operated on Sun
duys between Asheville and Wnyncsville:
No. i a. I
n rr mn
U no am
1 47 am
10 24 am
Sulphur Springs "
Pigeon River "
7 f.'i pm
7 2H pm
7 14 pm
0 OH) pm
J. V. SCHARTLE,
4 N. Main St.
Will collect debts for anyone in the city for
percent. Good facintiei
lectin k rents on houses.
rcent. Good facilities for rentintr and col
Will sell furniture
on weekly payments,
I. B. IOHNSON.
At Dlafr's Furniture Store,
37 Patton Avenue.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Kntns Cmt Woolra Mills.
North Main . AsbcYille, N. C.
ROUND KNOB HOTEL
McDowell Co., N. C.
(Situated on the W. N. C. R. R. An hour's,
ride from Asheville.)
First class in every respect. Mineral waters
I. Ulna, Iron, Alum and Iron, Red andi
White Sulphur and Magnesia,
Thc most picturesque spot In Western
Terms icusouable. Sjecial rates to fund-,
J. Bulow Erwin,
jull d3m Proprietor.
Palacc Steamcrs. Low Rath.
Four Trip. pr Wwk P.IWW
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Pstoskax.8t.nlt r-t. Ms). and Lake
Huron W .y Porta,
vary Week Day Batwaan
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Bpactal SosHlmj Trti airing J, Jtlj, AsuM mi SrH,
Dovbla Daily Liaa Ba'waaa
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, M!C:i.
OUR iLLUtlTRATKO PVHL 1
BsMaand BxenraiB Tlekata will befHiuwUwtl
by your Ticket Arnt, or sddiaw
E. B. WHITCOMB, 0. P. A., Octroit. Mi'm..
OatroK and OIvlant Itnm Nnv. Oo
From two to six bed rooms, fully furnish d
and usual attention, with or without board.
Hitch 1 1 -cation. Bvcel cnt water
For terms apply to
au7 dtf lfiH CHESTNUT STREET.