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THK AILV CITIZKN.
i. ih most ntcnuivcly clrcti-
fully I- to ' ynV t.,itin 1 nl
l.illtn. ".r will llilivir the HT in
"'. .V.h. ,Atv to sul.scrilK-rs. an.l I""
,,f,hV ritv to sul.scrilK-rs. .! I""
VT? I 11 nleusc cull at th.' ClTlZBN
tit's wanunn -
Tancc. nil in in line- Ht'-
r'Zaaml sodcty ..tu'i' my -
?a,'h "not ci-lii'B tcnl.tu s
or tilty cents
l-KIUAY. AnU ST Hi, lXSi).
KIM."" OF TKKRV.
. ..;,.t. ffuti'rdav
ti ....nii-v tail ii
' ... .1... LillilllF Oi
in the amiouncciiK-m. -
l,c,cta,Kscrvc.l fi.u-. Hewn, a .... .
. slaver ,.fln..lcm-k ... llu-furlR-. .Ias
ol Calirnia.wlKM. n.i-i. were very reek
Wsim.usl.inK ...i-lc Uiosewl... en.sse.l
their interests ...a.nl..ti.i...'tl;.U, vea,
lie eame nil"
,,ton.'i.s pnnimieii ...
...,-ti,,i. with the woman
i with whom
hehve.1 in the relation ol wile, the mat te,
eominKintotheeonrt over Iml. ju.hji-Ku-hlpresi,!.-.!;
an.l Loll. Terry ami las
w,eomlnete,l themselves will, snel.om
r,-,Keoi.san.leontenil.lnoiis v.olenee thai
the woman was sent to prison lor on.
, , r,- k : an.l ih.s
inontn am. i'
of Terrv against . I nil.ue I'iel.l.
Thein.liity.soossa,,,! lunlal o
,,,e,l to the latter Kellell.an, will shoek
every tl.o.lulul min.l. It isan.mlif;ml
olieml lo Hie highest tril.nnal on earth,
the Supreme eonrl ol' the I'mUil Stales.
hieh.ii"lKf l'ivll member, -a .
.in.on.ilini; almost to
:iii. .itv. is aserihe.l t
that lioilv, an.l
1 1, mill' willili
,.lv reeoime UK' ...
- i ' ... . ,
vinilv that l.eil.yes tliein m, notwiin
stamlint; thai party exi.enees sometimes
l,trn,le upon the h.ltv seal some o.u
whose in.livi.lnality snests ...ihtness .1
,1(,t miwor.himss. 1'a.l the Amenean peo-
le will revere the.r Supreme eourt as
the sheet anchor ol' their most sacrei
rifhlsaiull. He. lies, an.l will stan.l to it
.lelenee against any assaults made upon
it. in.,.!, its lame, its U.mtions an.l Us
Th.- :issaull n.a.le ilium Jnile
was wanton, urnvalol. hrulal am
..,,w:,r,llv. It was the culmination "
lmiK eherishe.l hale, ami loin; awaited
I. was advantage taken
"PI"" " -' , ,
. in veal's, .iresi.mahly
oi a ..... ii
apahle ol' resenting imhcmty or rcpcii
issault; and made upon one picsiiu.
alilv seeuie ... the dn:...ly am. ..". "
.in otliee in which Wi a ve duties were so eon
seientiouslv .lischarjjt .1 as to have re
lie veil the pure and al.le timet ionary iiom
individual responsili.l.ty- Sale m
I,l,r,. l-'i,-1 uiiL'ht Have
sense oi scm . .i ..-'f-.
r,..r.-,,-ded the presence ill the same ro
and at the same tal.le of the murderer
Terrv with indifference, lie ndwht cvci
have Uen "hi. v.ous to the quick move
met of the she devil, Terry's wile, to th.
roach, where she evidently went to d
1,,-r nistol from her satchel. If the assault
......voccled. so was the
were sun. .....- - -.
resentment of it prompt and decisive
I'nknownto Judye 1'ield. his protect"!
i,.,,l .nl.'iliiiost sin.ultaueoi.slv
with Terry's l.h.w was the report
Marshal Sable's pistol.
The law in this case w.u.ld he siramcc
ti make Nafle's act one of murder
. .. : I,..., .l.-i.-i for it must lie
pa I L, mi n"-
.Mi,irneil as dC'encc, since both the nets'
of Terrv and his wife lead lo the pit
sumption that their time for full veil
L'cauce had eonu was a hinh public ol
licial. travelini; in the execution ol the
duties to which the jjovcrtiinctit had as
signed him. Those duties in the path t.
which he was called were full of a pecu
liar iicril. The j;overi.iiiei.t knew tht
and wisely provided its representative
with a sliield and Kuardiau. A faithful
one he proved to be; perhaps a loo
prompt one. Hut in such emergency,
with such imminent peril to the object ol
his care, with lull knowledge of the teni
icr, character and antecedents of the as
sailant, and also with full sense of the ic
sponsibility ileviilvcil upon him, Marshal
Natile will stand acquitted of even tech
nical criminality. Where an assassin is
to be eirc... ..vented, natural and human
law justify the extremesl course, even
though ihe party resorting to it acts not
for his own protection, but for that ol
another innocent unsuspecting person ; in
this case for the protection of one whose
life and services IK.I011J4C1I not alone to
him, but to the whole country.
KXAIMI'I.K 1 OK ASHKVII.I.i:.
The lollowiiiK from the Knoxvillc Trib
une niinht set us thinking:
CrMiiDKi.Axii 1'tAP, AuKinil i:t. The
Louisville ami .Nashville railroad entered
Middlcshoroujjh lo-day and the new city
is now connected by rail with the outside
world. A through car from St. Louis
will arrive at Middlcsborounh to-morrow
hrinuhu; a party ol prosiicctors. On
the same train a party will arrive from
It isexacllv two vcars to-day since the
citv of Knoxvillc voted $:Jo..iiio to the
Knoxvillc, Cumlierlaiul Cap and Louis
ville railroad. This new railroad is
now prnclicallv completed to Cuni
lurland Cap. 'The firadinj.' has liccn
done for some time, and the track has
been laid from Knoxvillc to within a
mile and a half ol the Cap. The track
will lie laid throunh the LuiulieilaudCap
tunnel Ivy next Sunday.
At the close of the war, or say Iwcnty
five ycurs ay,o, Knoxvillc had a popula
tion considerably less than Ashcvillc has
now, It probably contained about
6,000 people. It now contains about
45,000, and is steadily increasing. What
has wrought the change?
Knoxvillc had sonic natural advan
tages Ashevillelocs not possess. It is in
a comparatively ox-n and very fertile
country, productive in all the cereals,
and well adapted to the raising of cattle,
horses and hogs on a large scale. It is
also situated in convenient proximity to
mines of coal, iron, lime and other indu-
civc elements of iit.'inufncturi.u; cuter-
prises. It had also the early advanlaKe
of railroad communication which made
it nil important commercial point. Hut
these advantaucs it possessed in no such
remarkable decree as to have made devel
opment and prosperity the unavoidable
and unsought result ol'location. While
conditions were happy and favorable,
fiirlune was no more lo fall upon Knox
ville without effort than upon somcolhcr
places cquallv blessed, which idly and
complacently wrap their talent in a nap
kin, and vainly wait the result ol natu
ral evolution of fortune. No; Knoxvillc
owes its life and its growth t" thecneruy ,
llieeouraKC, the liberality, the sagacity,
the intelligence "fits businessmen. Its
growth is the result of wise and hard
work, briunint; fortune within its doors,
not waitini; for fortune to come and
knock for entrance. The doors, and
manv of them, are thrown wide open.
Such remarkable Krowlli, however, is
factitious ii.oi.esei.se. The material ol
prosperity had to In- sought abroad and
introduced. The coal and the iron woe
not at the doom of Knoxvillc, neither
was the wood or the timber. The wa
had to be opened lor them.
We, here, occupy a position not inli rini
to that ol Knoxvillc in relation to the
1. mural sources of supply of l he raw ma
terial formal. niacin. its. The iron is not
fan her oil. the coal is only a little nunc
distant, the wood surrounds us. AN
that remains is t" stretch mil more anus
.11 other directions fur inlets and millets,
flic conditions I"' prosperity will then
lie no more Mentions for Ashcvillc than
ihev had hicn lor Knoxvillc The for
mer will have all the facilities ol thenlhci
is a railroad centre. It has nlrcuih
chicved a wide distinction throui;houl
he country as a health and plc.istiic re
orl. w ith some strong suicst.vencss to
,ccn business 111, n as a place in which
arue li.l me piolil miyjit lie safely allied
, it h present sentiment. There is us 0,001 1
..iiiidalioii lor ihcealcul.ilion thai Ashe
lille bee. line a busy and extensive ...anu-
i.ictiu.nj; locus as thai it will continue
row as a health and pleasure resort.
It is the wise policy ol the men ol Ashe
, illelo combine these business and pleas
ire leal. ires, and doint; so. lo make s,.lid
hat w hich may possibly be ephemeral.
More railroads, more factories: and
1 hen the growth and slrciiL;ih ol Ashe
villc will be more remarkable even than
hut of Knoxvillc'
tiif. Ku.n r wav -ro vn:w it.
Speaki.it: ol the loss of, or great injury
.1, the corn crop in the great grain cmiu
ivof llv.leliyhighwatci a.nl the over
il.iw caused by the lion completion ol the
I Slack creek canal, begun with a view to
Ir.iin the surplus waters into I'ungo
Lake, but never finished, the Ncws-ob--crver
We arc not ol l hose' who think it well
to lie constantly recognizing lines be
tween the Last and West. We look over
tl.c whole State. livery part ol it is
xorth Carolina lo us. We rejoice will,
verv coiutnunitv that attains a desired
object, and we sympathize with any par.
it our people w h
This is the jusl sentiment ol a wise
man. The adherence to sectional lecliug
the selfish lostcring ol sectional interest!
and ll.casu.es, have been vastly ilclri
mental to the interests of North Can.
iii.u. All its purls are bound in poliliea
bonds they cannot break if they would
It is therciorc the part of wisdom I.
-.Illiterate as far as possible those an
lauouisuis which diverse topographical
icaturcs and industrial pursuils have
created, and to blend and harmonize
then, into one great common interest.
This can be done only by a liberal and
enlightened view, and a knowledge ol
the capacities and needs of the several
parts ol the State. When once under
stood, to the eye of paLriotistu and in
telligence they present themselves, mil
as hostile to each other, but as so many
varied sources of strength, wealth and
State pride, liach part ol the Stale... ust
come to the help of the other to supple
ment the needs of one part out of the
abundance of the other. Ivach in turn
needs the help ol the other. Tl.c West
must call i. pun the Last to aid it in 1 1 it
construction ot its railroadsand its turn
pikes, the vital essentials of its prosper
ous existence. The Last must call upon
the West to help it dig its canals and ci
vet the drainage of its swamps. The
mutual help thus given adds greatly to
; he prosper!, y ol each ot the sections so
.li.led. Hut it also adds vastly to t he ag
gregale prosperity of the whole Stale:
. mil this is the aim to which the eye ol
wise and patriotic legislation must be
Otta'.ll Of HI! Oltl I. inly.
M urpliy A.lvauce.
On last Saluiilay night lheiildcslla.lv.
in all probability in the State, passed
Mrs. Host on, more familiarly know u as
.'rjinny Itos'on, passed away last Sal-
urday night at in o clock, at her home
on Vallcv river. She was buried in
Wctherinnn cenielerv Suudav atter-
aoon, a large concourse of icoplc follow
ing the remains lo their last rcstin
She herself did not know her exact age.
but from the best information we could
:et, it was thought she was born ill
I "lis, which would made her age at the
. inie ol her death llil vcars. She told oi ir
Inloi 'maul that she was (piile a large girl
and distinctly rcmcmlicrcil seeing the sol
diers drill, while in rendezvous near
Kimr's mountain, and she could
narrate manv incidents of the
Nevoliitioiiarv war, of which she wasyct
a lH .isioner. She was verv diminutive
and was scarce anything but skin and
bones, ami we arc told that the corpse',
had it liecn weighed would not have
reached more than Ii ft v pounds. She died
very icaeclully and without pain. Her
death is attributed to old age.
Hr. I'arkcr I'rays cream Van-Ola, Kosa
line, (Ingalinc and Diamond nail powder
having now Income the ladies' favorites,
at F. I. .Jacob's drug store, these Kipular
manicure articles may always lie lound,
together with pocket emery lmnrd, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, files and
other such requisites. Also a complete
line of drugs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hclie Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks urc dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and 1'attou avenue.
If .vim lire looking fm" 11"'
licst fi'otiils for tin li'iist
money cfill on Iiostic P.rns.
cV Wrilit. Tlicir stock is
simply iiiiiiii'iisi'. ,'in.l fri'sli.
iind ii initflil well lie worlli n
.lew's eye lo you to insiect
I lieir floods wliileon the buy.
ClotliiiiK ! Clothing !
A full iiml complete line of
(Jeiits' l!e;i.ly .M.ule Clotliiiij;'.
Mini it must li'o, ms we nre
rleiiriiifj out for Fiill iirrivals.
lints iind tients' Furnisli-in-
(loods ;i double su.pl,v
on Ii.iihI. in wliieli we offer
.lust opened tlie very lill
esl product ions of imported
;ind Aniericfiii nuiiiufiict ures
.-mil I rimminu's to iimtch.
Choice cxtrn tine f.-ibrics,
medium iind lower grades.
i i . . ... i .
caicuiaic.i hi sun anyoouy.
For l lie next few days we
offer our uncqualed line of
Ladies' ,-iiid Cliildreiis' line
I'arasols at ".rently reduced
rates, coniprisinjiilain Silks,
fancies in I'laidsaud Stripes
witli colored sticks at all
We can suit anybody in
Table Linen. Towels, etc.
Hoots and Shoes.
We will make it to your in
terest to inspect our well se
lected stock ot Ladies and
Mens' Fine Shoes, medium
ur l'arfi'iiin Counters are
still attracting and pleasing
t he bargain seekers.
A full lineof Directory Kucli-iu;-
When you call for any tiling
in I he ry ( ioods lineyou will
not be bothered with I ha I old
chestnut ".lust out."
I'.OSTIC I5KOS. A: WKKillT.
KOOKH AM) STATION ICR Y,
Ait l is i s' m ati:ki n.s,
I'lCTCKIvS AM. I KAMliS,
I'ANCV 11 ll IS.
iii.amk hooks, i;vi;kv;kaii.,
hulls, toys anii c.amics.
wkstkhji x. c. hc'icnics,
IliiTII I'lliiTiH.KAl'IIIC AMI
EST A BROOK'S,
2i S. Main Street.
ARTHUR 31. FIELD,
GK IDI en; OPTICIAN.
AI GOLD ,;ooi)H
WairauUil to assay as represented.
A" Stcrliujj Silver ,ioolH
( 'uarauleel !t( u. Olio tine
-THE GREATEST ATTRACTION"
Is that Hue lot if KNI'.I.ISII IlK.lil.KS mill
l llKI'Ii-IIDUN CHAMOIS SliAT SAIHH.liS
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
Ami the low prices at which he in ncllin nil
kikhIm in his line.
lie has Inerensed his force and intnuls ti
meet the dcmnnil.
SAT I SI' ACTION t;iAFANTi:iiI.
TLANTIC COASr LINK
On and after this rlntr the following sched
uIch will Ik- run over its "Columliia Pivision.
No. T3 l'Hven Columbia p m
Ai-rivcR ntCharlenton .3 p. m
No. fia Lrftvcft Charleston 7.1U a. m
Arrives atColumhia lt.iS5 a. m
ConnectinfE with train to and from all
points on the Charlotte, Columbia 9c An
jfunta and Columbia & Greenville Kailroads.
T. M. KM HRSON, Gcu. Pass. Agt.
J. F. UBV1NB, Gen. upt.
Notice to Travelers.
HrKiiiniii i ttwluy ami cuiitinuiiiK until I'ur
Out iidiirc, n JUrcct rnr will have Court
Mousi- Siiiiiv at 1 " minutes hWnre oMoi'k,
a. in., Uv tho truin I'ur Si;itt;iiiliurK. AT
travclt rs win w ill tnkr this ear w ill have
their valises traiisiiirttl to the train tree ol
eharne. All who take the tej;iil:ir "ilepot" or
"train" ear, w hieh will leave the Snimie at
o'ehuk a. in. as usual, w ill heeharetl r eents
tor i-jieh valise and la rye ImiiiiIK-. This ear
also eoiiueets w ith the Spin lanhuiK train,
hut if all persons take it 1 1 lite will not U"
lime enough tor all to jjet their tiekets and
eheeks, ami manv tunv lie left; while it as
manv as enn will take the ear leaving th
Si u a re at t.r inii.utes before N they will not
ml v save the extra charge for wilises on llu
ilepot" ear. but have auiple lime lor the'
elves aii'l leavt- ample time fur others to ji.-t
the r elu eks and tiekets.
Tin-; asiu: 11.1.1: stki:i:t hv. ct.
luilranee examinatiotis Si pt. .'t ami I-. Kee
ilattons anil l.cetures lu.uin pr.itnptly Sept
Semltor new ealalone at oiiee lo
JOHN 1'. CKiiWKI.I.. riesi.lellt,
juulMi ilL'm Tiinili Collide, N.C.
St. Mary's School,
The Niui'tv-l-'iltli Siiiii-Aiiini.'il St-ssi.in l.e-
uiiis mi.miay, si:1'Ti:m iu:k u, ismi.
l't.r ealalunues, a.l.liess tile Kcetnr,
REV. BENNETT SWEDES, A. M.
iiiiiU il: turns
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Ronald ItlacOoiialtl, It. A.,
Tin h I.im ., Mar will nnn
u i:ni:si..Y. s.:i' ri:.i i;i:u is.
l'l lillN l ol lloaril, 'r.iili..l ill all luaiu ll. s.
iiml oil; t'tilM , !f.".oo p,r iililliilil. Pav
eliolai. S1..' pit" ainiuiii.
I'. r I'm ill, r inl.,i mat i..ii a... loss KKY. 1'.
II. ill i:i.. Alieville, N. C, until Sept. I :
.liter that ,'i.l.livss Mli. IJUNAI.H MacIhiN
A I. II. Ilea.l Ma, r. inl'.'T ilL'lll
ICiiJi'isli and l'reiit li
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
N. to l-'n lu ll Itr.i.'i.l Allull.
MRS. BURGWYN WAITLAND. PRINCIPAL.
il'nr m.'iin year. Assoeiate I'rineipal of Mt
11 noli hivtitutf, Italtniioie. i
tul hy a eorp-i ol' eouipentt nt It aehei's
The course of i list met i Ml inelmU s the usual
I'Mlih Ilium lies w ith l-'ieueh ami Latin.
i;Has Mu-ie. lit riiKill. Ai t Neeille Work,
l'aintiui: on i'hiiia. I a in iny ntid Killing'.
Speeial atttntion ien to the training "t
little irls. aujl dL'ui
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY,
alcii, N. C.
LARGEST. OLDEST AND BEST FEMALE COL
LEGE IN THE SOUTH.
Session opens August -7, l'aeulty
.'to I'rofessots iml I eachers. Speeial features
- the Development of Character, Health and
Intellect. I'iH v equipped Preparatory and
Collegiate depal'l limits, lieircs lirst-class
se oos in MtiMc, Ait, 1. a tij: tinges and Com
Send for Catalogue lo
l.'i.v. .. II. CI.ICWKI.I.,
au.'t dVv-v I'rineipal.
HENDERSONVILLE. N. C
Season of isv.i-'po i )pns Monday, Sept. Il't.
and closes fusi Thursday in June, lsiMt.
A lull corps of instrm lots in Ancient ant)
Modern I.auuaes ami Literature, Moral
and I'hysieat Si ieuce. Commercial Ari thine tie,
SutAcyiii)', rinsjoloKy ami Hygiene, Music
i Vocal anil lustriiuienial ), Art, Drawing and
I'aiutiiiL;. I;uil particulars can he had from
KICIII' II. I. ICWlS. A. M ., M . R.
iutHi d.'tiii lu fri President.
FOR RENT OR SALE.
The Best Chance Yrct
Otic re d.
That desirable house, eontainiiiK eighteen
looms, now apptoacliiu completion at No.
iio Clayton street, will be ready I'oi tecil
I Oil SAI.1C OK RUNT
i u or about I lie 1 ."th day of .(line. It is es
pecially adapted to the uses of n private
boHi'dinn house. All persons hitcrentrd are
invited to call and cmuiihic it this day.
Terms, which are most reasonable, can be
had on application to
T. V. PATTON.
Itv virtue of a 1 eed of Trust executed ttime
bv V. N. Kell. rand I. H. Keller on ihe 7th
of June, isss, to secure the payment of a cer
tain note mentioned in said Trust, which said
Trust is dulv reirislercil in the Weirister solliee
of Itiineoinbe eouutv in Hook 1 piikc l7 of
inortKae reeords. I will sell lor cash lo the
htj:lu'st biflder !it the court house door in
AshciUc on the 7th day of Sept- iiwer. 1
two lots, situated on each side of Mall street
in the citv of .' slicvillc. bein vacant lots.
This Auk. . . JAM MS III TTKICK,
aiiK'.t dlawl fri
I'or gentlemen. A jwrleet shoe ut n moderate
cost. Trv a pair of our specialties in entie
mi n'sfooiwenr. nt S.Vno. $.ti(, $3.no. Su.tili.
$2 ."( and $J.Oi. livery pair warranted. Mx-
anitne our specialties tor ladies nt i-.(hi,
$J.!H. $2.o ntid S2.ot. unexcelled for tom
lort. du ability and style.
Insist on having the original M A. Packard
! Co.'s ShiH-n. The Kenuinr have our stamp
on hot torn of each shoe. Sent postpaid to
nnv part of the I'. S. on receipt of priix-. M.
A. PACKAKIt A: CO., Hrrnkton, Mass. Kor
sale in Ashevilleby
H. RKD1VOOD & CO.
ntiKll dctid Hmos su we fri
A pair of tine Mules, kind, nnd ood work
ers; also waKon and duble harness. Apply
to C.J. MeCAPK,
U-ft- Grove St.
OUR SALE OF
i AT : COST, :
in older to t -Iff 1 1 llii'iii out.
coiit iiim-sainl will lie kept up
UNTIL ALL SOLD
We need tlie iimiiii I'orotlier
!; mis. J lie iisson nielli con
I ;tc, ICtc.
Ami mi eijinil i'iioi tunity
For present or future useli;is
never lit 'fore offered itself.
DO NOT PUT IT OFF
Come iind see our floods or
write for samples. Our
iiml ot licr trimmings is
iind w ill lie sold ill prices t li.it
WILL 1112 SATISFACTORY.
COMIC TO THK
for everything and do not
buy any tiling
UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES.
N. Y. Office, 466 Broadway.
ONE YEAR AGO.
The finest and best equip
ped )iX Store in North Car
olina was opened in Ashcvillc
by T. C. Smith iV Co. After
eifi'hteen years of prosperity
in the wholesale iind retail
(true- business at Chariot te.
they sold out iind moved to
Ashcvillc, where they secured
the best and handsomest
store room in t hecity lit ted
up in style, with all thelatest
appliances iind conveniences
possessed by other modern
1 1 my; stores. Twelve months
have' passed since this vent
ure was made they Iind the
outlook far ahead of their
ex peel iit ions business row-
iny larger monthly, having
nlreadv reached a solid basis.
Theirsuccess deuionst rates
wlmt Ashcvillc will do. for
those who come here with
"the know how." Prescrip
tions iiml yenei'iil business
have poured into t his New
)vx Store until necessity
compels the employment ofa
larye force of thoroughly
competent clerks. This new
linn do not want tlicearth.
onl v a small pari ol it . I iiey
ire enteriny,1 the second year
of I heir business career with
new snap, hi rye stock, ample
raw rash to make laryeaddi-
t ions, hi- trade already es
tablished, a successful past
iind ii bright future. These
tacts show what ean be done
for those who have a well
grounded faith in the com
mercial importance of our
fiTowiny cily lor those who
have the nerve toburiiall the
bridges behind tliein. and
yi ve proper attent ion to their
business, The people .are
kindly asked to continue
I heir fa vors to this prosper
ous iind busy dmy; stort
where every article sold is
warranted as represented, or
purchase money reluuded
Address T. C. Smith iV: Co.
beiidinti' Wholesiile iind Ue
t ail iind Preserijit ion Drily
yists, Asheville. .. ( .
KICHMONIl .Sr liANVII.I.Ii KAll.Kl
(Wi'stt'rn Nnrlh l'iil..linti I l isiitn . 1
I'ASSKS.iKK 1 'Ii I'AKT M KNT,
AsllKVII.l.K. .. C. (uiir 1, ISH'I.
I'Assi;nci:h tuaix si ii i; uci.h.
Is 1-:fi'kct Jim: 1', Ixh'.t:
Nc. ,-,l N.i. n:i
" Ni w V.nk,
11 4-1 pui 1 ---l..ni I
4- -'unlit I (4.t.in
ITiiiil I 1 (I lMm I
7 1 apm ii.-.Mmiii
1 1 JOpin 111 17. , tii
('. jn.iin l'.'npml
:t .topm A lrmnil
" t;.)l,sl..i'., Illiipm lftiipm
" Wilniinlon Itoopnil
1 tun a m
1 1 r.Oant
I -t tu pm
1 IL'Oli m
l.v. Asln villc.
Ar. I li'ii.K'i'soii villi',
' .Jackson vllle
' New ( irleans
I No. r.4
t II inpm
No. r.' No. fl
7 4i lain
At . Hot Springs
Ar. Hot Springs
" St. Louis,
4 1-4 p m
1 1 train
7 4ft pin
I No. 1M
" Janelt s.
I No. 17
I Hoi )a m
Ar. Way uen villi',
p4T SleepinK ears un all niht trains.
JAS. L. TAYLuK, V. A, WINIU'KN,
t;. i'. a. ii. i a.
SOL. 1IAAS.T. M.
L'ommeneini: June .'Ut, the following I'assen
er Train Service will be operated on Sun
days between Asheville and Way tiesville :
WliST. I KAST.
No. 12. STATIONS. No 11.
h ;t.riiinLv. Ashevilie Arr I 7 .Vlpm
H."("iain " Sulphur Springs ' 7 L'x pm
IMi'iani! " Hominy " j 7 14ptn
It L'H.-itnf ' Turnpike " ITellptii
1-7 am I " I'ikcoii Kivcr rt :17 pm
lour, am " Clyde " li 1 it pm
Hi 'J4amArr. Waynesvilk I,v. (1 iHipm
J. W. &CIIAUTLE,
42 N. Main St.
Will collect ilrbts for anyone in the citv for
iter cent. C.ood facilities for renting ami eo
lectin ri'itts un housts. Will sill furnt tun
on weekly payments.
I. It. JOHNSON,
At Hlnir's Furniture Store,
37 1'atton Avenue.
Heferenees irivrn mar14)ni
J A 91 ICS FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Affmt for Kin Creek Woilcn MiH..
North Main Ashtvillc, N. C.
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN.
ICIcclric CarH Pass tliv Uoor.
I herewith uolily the public that this dn .
May I, I have milled tu my well known Kes
tuurnut a line
Ice Cream Garden
The same tins been titled up neatly furl In
eiistoii and 1 will always have on hand the
ehoieest ut Creams and Sherbets uml Caktn.
AIsu. ean supply families at shot test nntier
in laiKe or small ipiantitieS'. So cumc in Rood
time anil have s e line Ice Cream and Cal.
and don't forget thai at Strauss' you will;
Tlie IJcst ol Ice Cicain,
ami w here always polite ami attentive
vrsw ill be pU astd to serve. Cor.t e . . I .
nine often, eonie one, conic all, ui -i at e,
your friend Strauss a ood many cits.
inay'Jdtl i'tvn, f.t
A ILL MIC tirivMCIi 1-ilK Tin; SKAmik
The l irst of jtsnc.
The Mention of t bis I Intel oh t Ik sum mi I ol
L'.esar's lleail Moiuilaiu. an outlying spur ol
the Mine Kidr, in up i South i. ,i i oliu.i,
all'ords a climate and u.itet uneipiiiled.
As a summer result it has uopaialUI in the
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, FliOM 60 ' TU TO
Vhilst its mitiii..' seenei -. i-. va led .Ttvtm-aiui;
U-yond cotiecptiou. t'-'.nlot l of it,s care
hilly consult" d. lavi'i i .iml d.ttl mail. :ns-.
ily rcaehctl from -lu ilk m out ila, orlroui,
Henderson villi in b.ih a la-., over diliKhlfiii)
toiids, throiiKli a romantic and iliurmiii)."
F. a. itiiK.r:s
ARUEN PARK. IIOlliL,
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
iii-it miles south of Anhc ille. un the A. & s
railroad is now open lor the season.
For circulars nibln ss
TIU IS A. MnltUlS. I'rop'i,
tnayL'iltf Anlcn, X C
This beautiful summer resort is situated
immediately on the Murphy hivision of the.
U N C. K. K., halt way between Asheville
:i U i ues ille. union: the most attractive,
sei nery in the mountains.
The hold is new ami well furimtini, larr
.iiid well ventilated. Teh irapE) ami !tst
t 'Hues in the house.
Fresh niuUoit, milk and butler MippJlAtl
Iroin the premises.
1'artiescan leave Asheville in the inoiuiut;
take dinner and return in the evening.
b'or terius and other inlorniatiou, apply to
J. C. Suiatlicrw,
ni:v in it-si: ! ni;wi. i tknisiii:i i,
Al.l. MllllliKN IMl'H'iVliMlvNTS.
MI1S. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N. B. ATKINSON,
N.. 1M 1 llaywoftfl Slrcvt.
.iinlL'i: it 1 v
A laryr, nir.v h.tusi', :um riittt.n Avim
..n strict air lint'. I'.oti.l loi-ution Term
rc.'isnnnl.lt'. C.Mt.l lure.
iull.(l:iiii MKS. J. I.. SMATIIIiKS.
MRS. S STIJVENSON
Has removed to the Johnston ltuildlu, I'atJ
ton avenue, corner oi" Church street, wherv
she is prepared to keep regular or transient
boarders. Table furnished with the lH't the
market affords. Terms reasonable- mar :t1 mti
ROUND KNOB HOTEL
McDowell Co., N. C
(Situated on the V. N. C. R. K. Au htiurta
ride from Asheville.)
Iirst class in every resicct. Mineral wMter
l.i 1 hia, Iron, Alum and Iron, Red and
White Sulphur and Magnesia.
The most picturesque spot in Western
Not th Carolina.
Terms u asoualilc Sieeiul rates to thin I.
J. Bulow Erwliit
jul'.t iLtm Proprietor.
Palace Steamirs. Low RTt-
Four Trip. p.r Wwk I 'twr.-.i
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
Pctoakej, Sunlt Sie. Martc, nd Lftkfl
Huron W .y Fort.
Ttry Week Day Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Spfrtal Siiadajr Tftpi dnrinir Jim, July, Anj;'i and Arlt,
Double Daily Lin Be vn
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
OUH ILLU8TRATID PAMPHL t.
lUteeend Kxtniraln Tlek' will l - r vC Jl
by your Tlckc Atrnat, or addrees
E. B. WHITCOMB, Q. P. A., OtTWOiT. Mir. .
Oetrolt and Clvland Steam U.t. Co.
From two to six bed roms, fnlly furnished
and ustinl uttentlon, with or without hoard,
lliKh location. Hm-Ucnt water
For term apply to
au7 dtf 1G CIIK8TNUT STRIiKT.