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SATl'kDAY. AlV.rST 17, ISSy.
Tlllv GKIHHOM Al FAIR
aci:h T( LAW.
, Tun Citizkn lias tint Iwcii inscnsiliU
to the uravity of a transaction so rare in
the history of North Carolina as the ar
raii,'nnnnt ol'a pulilic otliiir on charf,'C
analoous to v hat arc set forth ill sonic
what parallel conditions as "hih critiiei
and niisdenieanois." Neither have the
people of Western North Carolina failed
to participate in the interest which li;p
stirred the people of other parts of tin
State to a pitch of almost frenzied excite
incut, ltnt neither Tim; Ci rizi: x nor tlx
ieople of this section have heeu so ear
rieil away liv .the exeitcinent as to
demand that their leelitiL'S, their views.
their conclusions have precedence ovim
the laws; and that the deliberate find
iiiys of a tribunal erected by law for t Ik
ascertainment or rebuttal of alleged ol
fences should be set aside because no!
consonant with the construct'"", put
upon evidence by some, or with tin
wishes or expectations ol others; mori
than all, in obedience to a loud, persist
ent, dangerous clamor raised by thosi
who claim that the voice of the people i;
more imperative than that of the law.
and that the uiidcrstnudini; of the public
of the points at issue is clearer, sounder,
purer than that of the body entrusted
with the machinery of law to silt, wcijji.
balance, accept, exclude, and at length,
decide upon the value of the testimony
introduced upon which a final decision is
We have never varied from the position
that we fust assumed, that the Hoard
before which Ur. (irissom was investi
gated, having by a majority larije or
small is immaterial pronounced tin
charges not to be sustained by the evi
dence, had concluded the ease so far as
the public had legal interest, as in any
other ease of trial and aeipiittal; but
that, in deference to a largely ollcudwl
public sentiment, and the wound to the
confidence rightly aseribable to one oc
cupying the delicate and confidential re
lations to so important an institution .)
as that of the asylum for the insane, Ilr
(irissom owed it to himself and to the
institution, at once, after his public vin
dicalion, to have resigned, that farther
agitation, which otherwise might eon
linue, would cease. Not having thought
roiier to take that step, he mav con
tinue to bear the odium of insistence,
ami the institution the burden of a par
tially disti listed otlicer; but he remains
in possession Uyond the reach of any ex
sting legal machinery to remove him. It
mav ne vcrv oisagrccame to see
111 tn remain in office : it mav be of-
tensive to the superlatively virtu
ous to sec an accused acoutttcd man
glorying, it may be, in his triumph. We
see no help for it, while the laws tire re
spected, and while healthy public opinion
retains its inlluencc.
It has been the enviable characteristic
ol North Carolina that it is law abiding,
even to the endurance sometimes of un
popular cnacur.cn ts, biding patiently the
time of rejieal or modification of such as
were unjust or unsuitable. It is also the
characteristic of North Carolina to be
very restive under illegality, and to rise,
as it has done on more than one decision,
in very determined and successful resis
tance to what grieved and oppressed
them. Surely no such occasion now ex
ists for contempt or subversion, by ap
ieal to popular resentment or discon
tent of any law or system now on
the statute book. It is danger
ous risk to appeal to populu
anger to subvert decisions reached liv
the very laws, systems and institutions
we have ourselves created, because such
decisions are not consonant to popular
construction of testimony or according
to the satisfactory demonstration of pre
Wc take the following sensible and in
coiiirovcriuiie statement ol lite case from
the (Irecnsboro North State:
"Charges were preferred against Ur
(irissom, and the projier legal tribunal
investigated Inem. 1 lie verdict was, not
guilty. 1 lie asylum is purged of the cle
ment that created the scandal.
The party charged was confronted bv
Ins accusers, and the witnesses summon
en were rarelully examined. The Hoard
investigating the charges was composed
oi uprignt in n.
A great portion of the press of the
State clamor for the resignation or re
moval of Llr. lirissoin. If a tn.in w.-is in
dieted for murder and aecuitted by a
jury, the line of reasoning controlling
this sentiment would exieet the innocent
mun to get liefore the judge and plead
guilty after such acquittal, and ask for
judgment that he lie hanged.
That is the logic of the position. After
Dr. (Irissom has liecn honorably acquit
ted his enemies think he ought "to come
forward and plead guilty Just to apjicase
Not only this, but the accusers of Dr.
Grissom persist in trying him over again
at the liar of a factitious public opinion,
created and inflamed to do what the so
ber, delilierate apieal to law had not
been able to do. Farther than this, it is
now apparently proposed to create an
other tribunal, and reach the case of Dr.
(Irissom by indirection ; as if it were tol
erable again to put an nccused man on
trial for charges of which he had been ac
quitted. We quote the following from the States
ville Landmark, a paper edited with
ability and discretion, as marking the
progress of doctrines that may be almost
called revolutionary. The old board of
directors having failed to convict Dr.
(irissom, a new one, more pliant or more
prejudiced, is to replace it, ami then Dr.
Grissom is to lie made way with:
"Governor I'owle has discovered a way
by which to move out the (Irissom direc
tors gracefully. In handsome language
he bows I'r. Haywood, thechairman, out
of the boar I of directors and into the
board of I'ublie Charities, and with equal
delicacy he asks for the resignation!)! Dr.
laekson. That is what it means. It is
an invitation to those directors to resign.
Dr. MeConniek.a thick-and-tbin (Irissom
man, has taken the alarm and sent it) his
resignation. In the stead of these direc
tors Governor I'owle hits appointed and
will appoint anti-Grissoin men, and un
less the diplomatic doctorresignsliis head
will bechoiK'd oil' inside of four weeks.
This is a sale prophecy. Matters
of detail aside, it is clear that Dr. (irissom
must go. Governor I'owle has exercised
a great deal of titimsc in the case. With
out appearing to have done so he has
asked for the resignations of a sufficient
numlicr of the directors to have changed
the complexion ol the board. Dr. Gris
som will go, and that shortly."
The conclusion reached is, that the end
of all these changes in the board is thai
"Dr. (Irissom must go. and go shortly ;"
and Governor I'owle is complimented lot
the liiicssc which cunningly brings about
what plain, straightforward, honest law
did not accomplish.
Will Governor I'owle accept this con
struction of his remodeling of the board ':
Will he consent that he, the State iithcct
of all others under weighty obligation to
uphold and enforce the laws, be
held up as the cncoinager and leader ol
those who despise and defy the law:
Will Governor l-'owle appoint anti
Grissotu men, with t lit- motive avowed,
that "Dr. Grissoni must go," not through
the agency of the law, but inconlcmpl oi
violation ul it? Anil will he complacently
accept as a compliment the tribute to a
titicssc, which, if played as such with ul
terior purpose to the removal of Dr.
Grissom, will prove the most elfeetivc
L-onilemualion he has ever subjected him
self to? It so. In-will be held to a heavy
accountability ; lor. if the people of North
Carolina aie for the luniucut unbalanced
ty the storm ol passion, they are inher
ently discreet and law abiding, and will,
when they resume thciraceusionictlcahn
uess, have no tolerance lor the guide
weak enough toyicld to ilieirnionicntary
impatience, for the moment, that im
patience holds a dangerous sway,asva
that prudent law abiding men should
make evet y ellort to cou ilcract. North
Carolina, for the fust time in its history,
c tnlronts a new peril. It is taught
i hrougb the press the virtues of anarchy ;
it is taught th it the course of law may
be conveniently set aside when it does
not conform to the wishes, the hopes, the
hopes, the plans, the cxpcctai ions of cer
tain bodies ol men ; it is taught that all
the wisdom of the past is idle lore, allthc
sacrifices lor the establishment of justice,
wasted blood and virtue, all the macltiu-
erv ol the courts a vam theatrical
pageant. It is ilciiU'ratcly and itidtistri-
ttsly taught that public sentiment and
popular passion have claims more powcr
lul than those calm, systematic, well
considered measures which wisdom has
devised and time had hallowed to estab
lish innocence or detect and punish guilt.
In effecting the special object in the pun
ishment of Dr. tirissom. the precedent is
established for the introduction of all vio
lent anil illegal attainment!)!' punishment
or vengeance. Crime ceases to be the
subject of the arbitrament ol a jury ; it is
trauslerrcd to tile wider, prompter, more
impulsive popular arena. The cry of
"crucify him, crucify him!" rings with
peculiarly pleasant echo upon excited
public ear, inllamcd as much by outraged
virtue as by vindictive tcniicr. All appa
rent crime erics aloud lor punishment; it
is human nature to respond to that erv.
It is not wise to respond to that erv. It
is the province o! calm dispassionate law
to inlet pose its voice, anil stay the hand
of exasieraieil popular feeling. Hut it is
this very warning voice that a portion of
the press of the State is aiming to stitle;
this very guardian hanil it is trying to
paralyze. Their success will be anarchy,
their victory, the triumph of lynch law J
Let the thoughtful judicious portion
ol the press speak out. It will be too
late when the press shall have instlv
forfeited its power, when it comes to con
tend for I he supremacy of law; when it
itscll with disorder and contempt
f the law, a dnv of reckoning will surelv
come for bad or hasty counsellors.
Terry's Widow, Sarah Althca Hill
neti not a whit less remarkable as a
woman than was Terry as a man. Her
chief victim, like his, was a l uiteil States
Senator. Thev were well matched if not
well mated. With a vicious horse spank
ing along at the same pole with a vicious
mare there was bound to be a runaway
sooner or later, and the very devil to pay
at the wind-up.
Well, the Cvty of Paris has again
steamed into port a victor. She has
completely smashed the best transatlan
tic record for eastward voyages by mak
ing the trip from Sandy Hook to
Koche's Point, at the entrance tofjiiei-ns-town
harbor, in live days, twenty-three
hours anil forty minutes. No' other
vessel has ever made the voyage in less
than six day's lime. I In this trip the
fleet Inman liner eclipsed the liest pre
vious record by forty-nine minutes,
which is thirty-three minutes behind the
liest time made on a westward vovage.
There is nothing slow about the Citv of I
I)r. r.irkirl'rayscrt'aiiiV.'iti-lll.i, Knsa
linc, Oiifjalitii-iiml Diamond nnil pu-vilcr
li.ivinj; now Ikvoiiic ihc l.-ulii's' favoiiti's,
at F. L.Jiicoli's (IniK store, these popular
manicure articles may always Iw lound,
together with pocket emery hoard, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, tiles mid
other such requisites. Also a eomplete
line ol drills and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the Hebe Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are disenscd. Cor
ner Main street ami Patton avenue.
The InV stone cross on the south tower
of Cologne cathedral was struck mid
smashed hy linhtnini; recently, (treat
pieces of it tell to the pavement with
such velocity that they were crushed to
It is very important in this age of vast
material process that a remedy lie pleas
ing to the taste and to the eye, easily
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy in its nature and effects. Possess
ing these qualities. Syrup of Figs is the
one perfect laxative and most gentle diu
retic known. I
If you jm looking for tin
best nods for tln least
nioiifv (.ill on Hostic Mros.
.Vc W'Viulit. Their stork is
sinmlv inmiiMisc, fiml rival i.
. . ' . . ... .
iUKI If llUU'llr WCll III' WOI'tlt ll
i , . ,
u oi-n ill i-f ill ilk iiiwitiu'i i
their j,ools whileon the buy.
Clothing ! Clothing !
A full iind complete line of
!ents' Keiiily M;ile Clothing,
ami it must fro, ns we are
clearinn' out for Fall arrivals.
Mats ami (ients' Furnish-ino-
(iooils a double su)ily
on hand, in which we offer
lust opened the very Lat
est productions of imported
and American manufactures
and t riminino-s to match.
Choice extra tine fabrics,
medium and lower grades,
calculated to suit anybody.
For the )iext few days we
offer our uneipialed line of
Ladies' and 'hildrens' fine
I'arasols at ereatly reduced
rates, coinprisinirplain Silks,
fancies in Plaids mid Stripes
with colored sticks at all
We can suit anybody In
Table Unci), Towels, etc'.
Boots and Shoco.
We will make it to your
t crest to inspect our well
st lected stock of Ladies' and
Mens' Fine Shoes, medium
and lower orades.
ur IJiir'.un Counters fire
still attracting and plejisiiio
the bargain seekers,
Afulllineof Directory Knell
ing just in.
When yuu call for anyt hing
in the Dry (ioodslineyou will
not be bothered with thai old
chestnut " J list out."
I50STIP BH0S. & WKKUIT,
HOOKS AND STATIONARY,
ARTISTS' 711 tTI UKI.S.
l'lL'Tt KI-:S AMI i-kam i-:.
1'ANC V IlilllliS,
ImiI.I.S, TOYS AND CAM lis.
WKHTKRN N. C. HC'liNICH,
2 S. Main Street.
ARTHUR 31. FIELD,
GHADI ATK OPTICIAN.
aaiy ns reprrscutcil.
( 'iiarnntct'il .m Ml-loin nine.
-THE GREATEST ATTRA8TI0N
Is that Anr lut of liNl'-USH IlKIDl.IiS and
TIIKIvB-IKIKN CHAMOIS SKAT SAMILBS
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
Anil the low prills at which he is Kllinic all
stood in hi line.
He hn increased hi. force and intends to
meet the demand.
TLANTIC COAST LINB
On and after this date the lollowlnn srhed
ulcs will be run over its "Columliia Division "
No. S3 Leaves Columbia 6.2o p. m.
Arrives at Charleston B.30 p. m.
No. 62 Leaves Charleston 7. to a. m.
Arrives atColnmhla.. ll.flfl a. m.
Connectinic with trains to and from all
points on the Charlotte. Columbia An
frusta and Columbia & Granville Kailroads.
T. M. BMBRSON, Gen. Paaa. Airt.
J. F. DBVINB, C-en. Supt, I
Notice to Travelers.
ltctfinniny to-dny nnil continuing until fur
ther notice, a street enr will leave Court
House Square nt 15 minutes before M o'clock,
a. m.. for the train for Spartanburg. All
travelers who will take this car will, have
their valises transported to the train free of
charge. All who take the regular "depofor
"train" car, which will leave the S.piare at
o'clock a. m. as usual, will becluir;ed ,ri cents
for each valise anil large bundle. This car
nKo connects with the Spartanburg train,
but if nil persons take it there will not be
lime enough for nil to get their tickets and
checks, and ninny may tie left; while if as
main ns can w ili take the cur leaving the
Stpiare at IT. minutes before H they will not
!""'v " "7" ''""" -or ;v
; depot car, but luuc nnipte tim
ibsi-s on I he
time Inr the
j "elves and leave ample time for others to net
I i ne cures s ana tickets
Tllli ASIli: ll.l.h' STKl-bT NY. CM.
ASHEVILLE STREET RAILWAY CO.
Will en li nl liny limine in lilt city Inr
KA;iA(;K FOR TRAINS,
And deliver suttu' tn ntiy hntise from trains
fr uric fter trunk. All oitlt rs fur ItiiKK-'Kc
left ut the olliee will reeeive pimiipt ntten
tion. I'Hsseujjei' cm s meet nil iiuumiil utnl
Kntrnner examinations Sept. .l mid t. Kit
itutions mid I .eel ii res heKHi pmmptlv Sept. "
Send for new cntnfnuue at miee to
Ji'HN CKiiWIil.l., President,
junl'li dJm Trinity College, N.f.
St. 3Iarys School,
Raleigh, X. C.
The Niiutv-I'iftli Scm. Animal Session lie
Kins Miimi.W, ,si;i'Ti:.M lll!K 11', lss'.l.
I-'or eutfiluj-'iH-s. mlilress the Kertnr,
REV. BENNETT SWEDES, A. M.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS
ASHEVILLE. N. C,
The SL'holasiic .vi'jir will open
vi:nNi:snAY, si:i'ti:miii:k is.
Terms l-'nt nuaril, Tuition in all liiam-lies,
anil mn rxpinsc. $:iimi per minimi. Imv
Sl-lllllulM $SU l-r tlUM,
I-'or t'urtliiT infurniiitloii m.ilnss Rl-V. I.
II. Ht'lvl.. Aslu-villc, K. C, until Kipt. 1 ;
aftrr that ii'l'tiTss Ml(. KiiN.U.p Mai Ikis
AMI. Il.ii.l Master. H'7 ,i',
ICiiKlisli and I'reneli
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
Nil -Vii 1'i'tiH-h lu-oad Avenue.
( RS. BURGWYN WAITLAND, . PRINCIPAL,
I'.ir man, v. ,i- s..,latc I ' 1 1 ml 1 1. 1 1 ,,r Mt
I Veiiii'i! iti-iitittf, Italtiiuorc. i
! Assisp.ii in .on,, if i'i,iiin-nu-nt Uaclu'm
'I'll! can , i in-1 ru.-t i. in im-liali-K lltt-ttsiinl
l'.n;lili hram-hf with l-'i,-m-i and l.atm.
Bxtrns Musie. lirrmnn. Art Needle Work,
1'aintiiii; on i hina. Iiaiuniy and Killing.
I'ttinl nttiaiM'ii trin-ti to the training of
little u'irls. nUK) ,U'm
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY,
(iilK'iii, N. C,
LARGEST, OLDEST AND BEST FEMALE COL
LEGE IN THE SOUTH.
Sesiinn oprus Ancust 'J7. tssil. Faiultv
:ti) I'roli'ssnrv ami 1 larlins, SKi'iiil featurr's
-tin- ln vilnpiniiit ,,f i har.-i, ter, Health and
Intellect. I'ul v iciiiii.ecl I'rrparatorv anil
Colli-KiMc ih i:i l im in, lu siilrs hrst-elnss
sc mils in Music, An, l.nti:iiaKcs nnd Com
Srnil for Ciitnln:uc t(,
Ki-:v. I II. CI.liWHI.I.,
Spartanburg, S. C.
Jan. H. Carlisle-, 1,1,. I., Pres.
Seven I'rofessiirs with correspi intlitlKch'lirs
of instruction. otleriiiK two A. II. courses, In
one of n Inch M.alern I.ailKuaKes arc subsli
tutetl f,-r I'.reek.
Terms for entire session of eiKht and one
Imlf months: Tuition. $4(1; Mairie -dntinn
l ee. $1(1.
I'AI.I, SliSSK IN IllJf.lNS OCT. 1, 1HHU.
I-'or Catnloiiue nnd further Information up.
P'T to J. A. CAM liWKI.L,
Secretary of l-'nculty. Spartanburit, S. C.
WBFFORO COLLEGE FITTING SCHOOL
SPAKTANIirRr,, s. C.
The Thin! S-sifin iK'Kina Octolwr 1. 1HH11.
Itonrd in the liwiitutioti. $n a month;
Tuition, $4( nlvrr.
A. (1 HKMMHKT, A M.. llt-nH Mnstt-r.
Fur further infnrnmtinn nppW tn the (lend
Master. nul ;t d tni-pl tu th sat nu
!niirit;is.ei tur thtirouKhntss of instrm tiou,
hr-nlthrulnrsH and bcnitt.v of situation, fniili
tir5 for i-otti fort, moral nnd religious tone.
Terms vvr nioitt-rnte. iirder cntnloKue.
V. I'. IUCKINSOX,
d tnut'l-V tit th snt I'tini-iiml.
ONIVERSITY OF NOWCAROIIna;
Chapel Hill, N C.
The next fteixion lietijtns Sept. i, 1 hhu, Thor
ouh instruction in offrrcil in I-iterntnre, S.i
raoe. I'hilosophy and l.nw. Tuition, $30 per
I'or cutnlojfiie address
HON. KKMI T. MATT KB,
julfi deodOw tu th xnt
Or ttt Llfter Habit, Pwitively rd
i humtihii n. iiiKr niiii vmin,
I eisk. bI.h w -M ..... . ,
lleltt H4, without tbe knowledge of the per.
ioa taking It; It Is absolutcl? harmless and will
effect a permanent and snMdy cure, wheihei
Ihe patient la a moderate drinker or an alcoholic
.complete cure la every Instance, it) Due boot
Andrese tn confidence,
IPEGIFIC CO. IS6 Race tU ClacUattl.a
Plans and sjieellieutlons prepared and esti
mates jclven, at short notlee.
office: Wolfe Hull. Iin. Court House Square
Ashevillc. N. C. may30dly
OUR SALE OF
: AT : COST, t
in order to dear thein out,
continuesand will be kept up
UNTIL ALL SOLD
We need the room forolher
li'oods. The assort incnt con-
Law ii h,
Ami iin ciu.il (iii-tiiiiit v
For incsciil or I'ul lire unoIiii.s
never I icfore offered itself,
DO NOT PUTITOFF
Conic nnd nee our yoods or
write for wimples
iiml otlicr triiiiininH i.s
and will bo HoldatjiriccKthiit
WILL, BK SATISFACTORY,
COME TO THE
for everything and do not
buy any thing
UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES.
N. V. Office, 466 Broadway.
ONE YEAR AGO.
Pill .i 1 .
1 ne nnest ana nest eiun-
ped Drug Store in North Car
olina wan opened in Ashevillc
by T. C. Smith & Co.-Afrer
eighteen years of prosperity
in the wholesale and retail
drug business at Charlotte,
they sold out and moved to
Ashevillc, where they secured
the best find handsomest
store room in theciry fitted
up in style, with nil the Intent
appliances and conveniences
possessed by other modern
drug stores. Twelvemonths
have passed since this vent
ure was made they find tin
outlook far ahead of their
'xpectntions business grow
ing hirger monthly, having
already reached a solid basis.
Their success demonstrates
what Ashevillc will do. for
those who conic here with
'the know how."' Prescrip
tions and general business
mvc poured into this New
rug Store until necessity
onipels the employment of a
iirge force of thoroughly
ompctcnt clerks. This new
firm do not want tlieearth.
only ii small nart of it. Thev
ire entering the second vear
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. These
facts show what can be don
for those who have a wcl
grounded faith in the com
1 1 .
merciai imporrnnce ot oui
growing city for those wh
have the nerve to burn nil tin
bridges behind them, am
give proper attention to their
business, The people an
kindly asked to continue
their favors to this prosper
ous and busy drug store
where every article sold is
warranted as represented, 01
purchase money refunded
Address 1. ( . Smith iV Co.
Leading Wholesale ami He
tiiil and Prescription Drug
gists. Ashevillc. N. C.
ICHMONI) He ItANVILI.li KAI hK(
tWeatcm North CarMhim IHviHion.)
I'ASSKNsl KJ1 llKFAHTMKNT,
ASMKVILl.K, N. C. JlllU' 1, IHH'.t.
I'ASSHNf.KK TRAIN SC 1 1 HI H' (.li.
IN HKFKCT Il NKli, IHhtl:
I No. ri
" N ushintnn
" New York,
4 U' tin m
7 1 .'ipm
1 1 liopm
C 'J 1 ia m
1 2 iirmm
" Kichnitinil, 3 .'ttipm fl Ifuim
' RnleiKh, I inpmj H.tuainl
' iVoiriflhorii, 3 1(pin 120pm
" WilininKton j tiOUtt,i
11 .'Mia 111
5 30 pm
New ( rlcan
I No. 54
Ar. MeiKlerson villc,
No. TiO I No. ,r2
I No. 34
Ar. Hot Springs
" Chnttan ga,
Ar. Hut Springs
" St. Louis,
tt 1 oam
4 44pm 1
1 1 4ftam
6 :10 pm'
Ar. Waynes villc,
J No. 17
tt" Sleeping cars on all night trains.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, V. A. WINIMIRN,
G. F. A. p. I A.
SOL. HAAS. T. M
Commencing June ;h, the follow ing Passen
ger Train Service will be operated on Sun
days Iwtwecn Ashevillc and Waynesville:
WliST. I I BAST."
Nt. 12. I STATIONS. No. 11.
R3rnmLv. Ashevillc Arr 7.rMpm
r.fnm " Sulphur Springs " 7 2Npm
VOU am " Homiuv " 7 1 pm
2Kam " Turnpike " fipm
. 47 am " Pigeon River " apm
tooriani " Clyde " 0 lfipm
IO 24am Arr. Wayncnvillc Lv. 6 00 pm
42 N. Main St.
Will collect delits Tor nnviini In Ih. l. ro
ller cent. C.iHid fadlities for renting; nnd col-U-ctinK
rents on houses. Will sell furniture
on weekly payments.
I. H. JOHNSON,
At Itlnir's Furniture Store,
37 Patton Avrnnc.
References iriven. mtrlMem
FAMILYGROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Kcems Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main . A.bevUle. N. C.
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN.
lilcclrlc Cars Pass the Door,
I herewith notify the pul.lie ll.nl this di.y,
Mny 1, I have lidded to my well known Kes.
launint n line
Ice Cream Garden.
The smile llns hern litleif up neatly for Hie oi
ension nnd I will always have on hand the
ehoieest of (.'renins nnd Sherbets nnd Cukes.
Also, van supply lumilies nt shortest notiu
in Inrue or small quantities. So nunc in Koodi
lime and have some line lee Cream and tn ki
and don't forget that at Strauss' you wll,.;, t.
The Best of Ice Cream,
and where always polite and attentive want.
ers will lie pleased to serve. Come ....,
.nine ollen, runic one, come nil, -uul
your Irkuil Strauss a Kood many calls.
WILL llli OI'HNKIl FOK Tllli SliASIlN-
OF INS'.l (IN
The First of Jiuic
The location of this Hotel on IIk'n-,hi o.i
Ciesnr's Head Mountaiii, an mitlvspur ol
the llluc KidKf, in upK-r Soiilk Cnrolin.i
affords a clinuilr and '. alcr iiuciiiialcd.
As n summer lesort it has no parallel in n
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, r'ROIn 60 TC W,
Whilst its natural Mirn y is varied fri.u.l.
..v., o,.u conccpn.iu. I. i.mforl ,,( f tlulH CIU1.
lull.v eonsulu.1. I.ivcry ami iWIj mail, fc
il.v reached from Ashevillc iu one dav, wttrom
llcndcrsoiivillr in hall du.v, over ihKhllul
roads, through rouiuntic mS charming
F. A. MILlifi,
AKDEN PARK IIOTIiL,
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
!, miles south of Ashevillc. on the A. . S.
rnilroad is now nien for the Heason.
For circulars address
THUS A. MOKKIS. I'rop'r,
nayUiltf Ardea, N. c.
This iH'autllul summer resort is ' Jtanul
iniMicdiatcly on the Murphy Hivis,,,, uf the
W. N C. R. H half way lie t ween, ishevttle
ami Wavmsville. nmonK the most attractive
icciicry iu the mountains.
The hotel is new and well furnished, larne
anil well ventilated. TeleKrnph and I'ost
( Hliccs In the house.
rcsh mutton, milk anil liuttcr supplied
from the premises.
artics can leave Ashevillc iu the inorninj;
take dinner nnd return in tltccvcuinj;.
For terms nnil other information, imply to
J. C. SmathcTM,
NliW IIOI'SH! ii:wi. I TKNISII I'll I
ALL MOIH-KN IMPKilVliMliNTS.
MRS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N.B.ATKINSON..
No. ail llnywood Street,
A InrKC, niry house, .11 H I'nttim Avenue.
on street enr linr. Good location Terms;
reasoitalile. (lood fare.
.luld:im MKS J. I.. SMATIII'.KS.
M RS."sT STEVENSON-
Mas removed to the lohnston Buildlnu. Int
ton avenue, corner of Church street, where
she is prepared to keep regular or transient
hoarders. Tnhle furnished with the host thr
marketatTords. Termttrcaonnhle. marttlmtk
ROUND KNOB HOTEL
McDowell Co., N. C.
(Situated on the W. N. C. R. R. An hour's
ride from Ashevllle.)
1'irst class In every respect. Mineral wutern
I.ilhia, Iron, Alum and Iron, Red and
While Sulphur and Magnesia.
The most picturesque spot in Western
Sfiecial rutes to fumi-
J. Uulow Erwiu,
Palacc Stcamins. Low Rates.
Four Trip, psr Wick Ptween
DETROIT, MACKP'AC ISLAND
Petorky, Bault -if Mft'-If. ud Ltvks
Huron W-y Pt.rtt),
Try WMk Dy Blwea
DETROIT AND CLEVEtAND
AptfUl Shm4j Trip 4r.i JnM, Jwlr Anet and N:i t.
Drabl' Dfttiy Lin- Dc wem
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MIC i.
O'JR lLLUTRATfO PAiVPML -
RtM nnd Bxut1 n T1k'B will b tn t . i
by your Tick- Agin!, or addm
E. B. WHITCOMO, a. p. A.. Dcthoit. iW..
Ootrolt nd OIv.anti Stnm .v.... Co .
Prom two to six bed rooms, fullv furnlnhpH
nnd nsanl attention, with or without board.
i' inuwii, DHTiitni water
For terms apply to
au7 dtf 168 CHESTNUT STREET,