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VMHFri. THOI'liHTS FOR Sl'J
We take the following from t lie Atliintn
Constitution as apropos to a ilny, sunn;
portion of which might profitably Ik- tie-
voted to reHection. Two t'liiiiliiinoiitol
ideas involvinj! liappinessaml prosientv
lire stiRjtested family religion and family
fjovcrmucnt. The habits of the aire are
all changed. It is considered iiiite old
fashioned nowadays to hold the ways ol
our fathers in the mailer ol religion. As
in the training of the voiinj,'. where every
tiling is delegated to the State through
the piililicsrstcin of instrnetion, so isreli
ilious worship turncdoverthctochurchts
as a subjeet with which the individual
has no special concern. The chinch does
the praying and the sinning; and religion
is brought to thai convenient tliuu.Kht
and labor saving incclwimsm adopted bv
certain devotees in the linst, who write
their prayers on strips of paper or bam
boo, attach them to the branch of a tree
to be aL'italed bv the wind, and the
more freiptent and rapid the fliittcriiu;
the more earnest the show of piety and
the more acceptable the devotion. With
the discarding of family religion goes
naturally that of faniilv Government. The
child Incomes, under the system of pul
lie instruction, "the ward of the nation.
His allegiance is to the school, not to the
home. The precocious youngster very
soon tinds out to whom his allegiance is
claimed to be due, and promptly rebels
against the tyranny of serving two mas
ters: anil naturally chooses that one
whose reign is defined by fixed hours anil
duties. Parents indolently and ottcii
gladly accept the relief given them. The
parent and the home become very subor
dinate factors in the training of thechild.
The results are not so disastrous as
might be expected from this early declar
ation of independence. There is some in
herent saving influence in American char
acter and American institutions, in the
inherited traits of self government, and
in the insensible influences of good exam
pie that save the subjects of this louse
system from utter ruin. Vet the effect sol
it present so many instances of preco
cious vice, so many instances of the
blasted hopes of parents, so many in
stances of ruined characters nnd ruined
constitutions, the direct result of prema
ture freedom from control, as no other
civilized people on earth can eipial.
( If course it is idle to combat this new
condition of things. It is much pleas
auli'r to all concerned than the old ways
Vet rctlection. i I only in the way of com
IKirisou or speculation, may come li
some: ami we present the following
views of the Constitution, in which we
are old fashioned enough to concur
More than a reniury ago one William
Cooper, an old lashintied. God tearing
citizen of Huston, wrote in his diarv:
"Cod forbid that the time should ever
come, when the yonng. loose, and pro
fane part of the town shall Ik- the major
ity, and so take the management of out
atlairs! out ot the hatuls ol the sober,
Solid part of the community. Mav this
town yet lie remarnafile tor the strict ob
servance of 1 he Lord's Ilay, and (I, re
vive Family Religion and Family Gov
ernment in the midst of us, and may we
in this place lie a pattern and example to
the rest ot our lanil, ol everything praise
worthy." Family religion and family govern
I'mlcr the old order of things these
were the strongest pillars of society. The
eople of those days escaped many of the
so-called problems which now vex the
citizen. They went through a course ol
religious and and moral training in the
family. I'ntil they reached the age of
manhood they were under family gov
ernment. In looking back upon that age every
thing looks very crude to us. The sim
ple mode of lite the lack of what we call
modern conveniences make uch a state
of existence appear from our point of
view almost semi-civilized. Hut under
the intlucnce of family religion and family
government were moulded the rcallv
great men of the nation the men who
formed our institutions the men whose
names shine like lieacon lights through
the mist of time!
In those primitive days fathers and
mothers did not turn their children loose
to get their religion, or miss getting it
at church, ot Sunday school, or in the
street. They looked ftcr their souls at
home.. Thev did not turn over tin- itmv.
eminent nnd training of their youngsters
to the State. Thev kept a wnthfut eve
on their habits, their manners, the books
they read and the comnnnv thev kent
Those 'ohMasfiinnctt periphj lielievcd in
local government, tamilv iroYcrtiment
and sell government, and tlieir sons nnd
(laughters kept society straight until the
convulsnon ol a mighty civil war unset
There is nothing better for us to-ilav
than old man Cooper's wish written
ilown in Ins diary, espetudly this golden
"Revive Family Religion and Family
Government n the midst of lis!"
Kvturnitifj to tlic siilijcct of a recent
vilitorial, we republish a portion of a
letter ntlilressctl to the Manufacturers
Record by a Liiicoliiton, X. C., corres
pondent, Tlic manufacturers, the Messrs.
Tidily have lnnj lieen known to us as
paper makers, once using rags, now com-
bitnni; rags and wood. Thev now use to
a large extent the old field pine, sprung
up in great quantity in Lincoln county
as the succession frrrest trop for the
growth consumed in makingchnrcont for
tli iron furnaces of that country. West
of the mountain tlierc is no special abun
dance of the old field pine, but exhaust
less quantities of other soft wiodi
The Indwtry of wood pulp and wood
paper making:seertis to be so impressively
idaptcd to this section, that we feci sure
intelligent ejitcrprisemust soon recognize
nurl ruwitit bv the nrlvnnt aires offered."
LflV iorrespoijknt referred to says :
"On of the inost'pfomuicnt industries
is the lapcVjuill plM ol tAlcssr. V. &i
K. fJUv. frtwh yrtiIucri'tei4y tln
tons of rag and two tons of wood-pulp
pajier, The ownersof these mills bought
out an antiquated plant years ago, and
iK'gau business in a small way. Now
their printing and book papers, their
blotting paKT and card board, arc sold
ill al the chief cities .of this .country.
They have also a niiinlicr of good cus
toiriers in I'miwrsi. Mr. Kiebtird Tidily,
who is in charge of their Charlotte office,
infpuns me that they use old field pipe
principally; in their wood pulp mills, and
that it serves every purpose This is i'
revelation, Heretofore old field pine
timber has had no value except for lire
wood and temporary fencing. There aye
hundreds of thousands of acres of it in
the South which can lie bought for a
merely nominal urice. If it is valuable
lor conversion info wood pulp, it will
furnish a perpetual supply to paper
makers, and save more valuable woods
lor other uses
KlslVi FKOSI HIS Kt I.N.
due ol the most brilliant young men
who has conic lurward in recent years in
North Carolina wasjas. V. Keid.a lii'-m
lier of Congress from the Greensboro dis
trict; and he gave promise of atttaitiing
ilie highest distinction, not only in Con
gress, but in many home fields ot honor
and usefulness. Whether his head was
turned by his early achievement of fame
and success, or whether he yielded to the
temptations of WashiugtonCity associa
tions, we do not know. Certain it is
that he toll away: fell away into shame
and disgrace, and went into voluntary
far away banishment, (luce before intlie
history of North Carolina, a voting man
of great promise, equipping hiinsell lor
future distinguished career in tlic highest
institution of learning in the Slate,
yielded to a miserable temptation, anil
stole a trilling some of money, His tliclt
was exposed and he lell the I'liivcisity,
his State, and his home forever. To most
men this would have I urn the inevitable
downward plunge to ruin and oblivion.
1'pon Thomas Hart Ilculoii it had the
opposite effect. The disgrace was an
electric shock to him ; it roused him up;
it braced him to a kind of ferocious pur
pose to conquer disgrace, and even to
make it honorable as contrasted or asso
ciated with future distinction and im
maculate integrity. What Hcntoti be
came is known to every reader of Ameri
can political history, enormous in his
learning, grand in his inllucnce. imposing
in his powerful intellect, ami. greatest
achievement of all, immaculate in his in
tegrity, the very ideal ol stern, incorrup
tible Roman virtue.
What Thomas Hart Benton made him
self by his resolution to be great and
good after beginning his career as base
and bad, James W. Keid promises to do.
We take great pleasure in publishing the
pillowing which we clip from the Haiti
more Sun :
"A letter received in Wilmington from
a gentleman in Idaho, a delegate to the
constitutional convention at Hoise City,
which concluded its work on the lith in
stant, states that Mr. Keid, who is now
a resident of Idaho, made a splendid
record tor himself as the leader ol the de
mocracy in the convention, unil that he
stands a tine chance ot lieing elected to
the l ulled States Senate in the event the
democrats have a majority in the new
The boys of these days lose one of the
great delights enjoyed by those of one or
two generations ago in having no Ilavid
Crockett to hear about. It was some
thing to live in the day of that great
hunter, whose hunting stories, his hair
breadth escapes in his encounters with
the bear, his vivacious stories ol his deer
shooting, his lights and adventures with
the Indians, his lonely but delight
ful life ill the wilderness forests of West
Tennessee, his scrambles through the
tangled cancbrakes in pursuit of game
brought a delicious picture to the boy's
vivid imagination. It was like having a
living Robinson Crusoe to talk about
and read about; and Dnid Crockett
was so genial, frolicsome ami humorous
that every boy felt that he had a sworn
friend in the good and brave hunter.
When the news came that I nvy Crockett
was killed with all his heroic companions
in the Alamo, every boy in the South
cried as if he had lost a close dear friend.
The anniversary of his birthday is to be
clcbratcil at Limestone, Teun. If he had
lived, he would have lieen, if marked by
human note of lime, lKi years old. Hut
to us. in more senses than one, Llavv
Crockett lives immortal.
The conclusion, it reached by the Home
Sccretiiry and his advisers, to commute
the jicnalty of Mrs. M.iybrick from tin-
allows to penal servitude for life, is
cruel irony, It she be innocent, shcslionlil
lie pardoned: if the evidence were not
enough to convict her of murder, upon
which charge she was tried, tecbnicallv
she is an innocent woman, and shoulil
go lice. Tim compromise made lictween
death and life imprisonment is mean and
cowardly. The authorities do not dare
to hang, liecaiise they do not dare to
brave facts ami public opinion. Hnt hav
ing put themselves on the record on the
question of guilt, they have not the
courage to recede; and they enjoy a quiet
revenge for the compulsory reversal of
their act by. substituting for hanging an
innocent woman in relation to the
crime charged n punishment under at
tendant conditions worse than death it
self; a living hell with life long compan
ionship wife, the worst uttnnukiud.
Or. Parker I'rays cream Van-Ola, Kosa
line, Ongalinc and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites,
at F. h. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie found,
together with pocket emery board, 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 Helie Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are disicnsed. Cor
ner Main street and 1'atton avenue.
Frosts arc generally dew Wore thev
It is very important in this aire of vast
material progess that a remedy be pleas
ing to tne taste anrl to ttic eye, casilv
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy ir) its nature nudeflectn. t'oHscsj.
ing these qualities. Syruu of Fins is the
one perfect laxative and most uctitle diu-
retic knowti. J
f ;R ANIK'OM IIIKJATJON
If von niv lookiiiu- For 11k
best i'oodH for ilie ltilit.
nioiK'V ("ill 'on Iiostic Mros
Pheir stntv!v ll
i 7" ,v "7
sinmlv inmHHim'. nrifl ' fresh,
,' . ... ,, , ,i
illltl It llllii'lir Wt'll lit' WOn II te
.lew's yp to .von to inspect;
their fj,oo(ls whileon tilt; hij.v
Clothing ! ClotltliiR !
A full iiml coiiiplett1 line of
dents IteiKl.v Mnde ( lotliin,
iin! it nmst o-o, os we nro
(leiiring1 out for F;il! arrivals
Hats, '111(1 (lents Furnish
ing' (Joixls ;i tloultle supply
on h.'intl. in which we oi'l'ei:
lust opened the very kit
es t productions of imported
and American manufactures
ami trimmings to niatck.
Choice extra, tint
medium and lower grades
calculated to suit anybody.
For the next few days wu
offer our uneiiualed line of
Ladies' and 'li iltlrons' line
I'nrasols at great ly reduced
rates, coniprisingplain Silks',
fancies in I'laidsand Stripes
with colored sticks at all
e can suit anybody
Table Linen. Towels, etc.
Itoots aucl .Slioc4.
We w ill make it to your in
terest to inspect our well se
lected stock of Ladies' ami
.Mens' Fine Shoes, medium
ur Bargain Counters are
still attracting and pleasing
t he bargain seekers.
A full line of Directory l!uch
ing just in.
When you call forauythiim
in the Dry (ioodslineyou will
not be bothered withthat old
chestnut ".lust out."
P.OSTIC BKOS. & WUKillT,
BOOKS AND STATION!' RV,
AK'I'ISTS' M ATICKIAI.H,
I'lCTI Ki:s AMI l'lAMi;s.
1'ANCV l.i 11 IPS.
HULLS. TdVS AMI CAM :S,
WliHTKHN !W. C. HeiCKIvH,
2M H. Main Street.
ARTHUR 31. FIELD,
GRAIH ATI2 OPTICIAN.
A 1. I.
WnrraiiU-fl to assay as rcprmnuil.
Sterling Silver i
THE GREATEST .AITRACIJDN
Is that Hue lot of ICNCI.ISH IIRItll.nS nnd
TllKIili-IltlKN CHAMOIS BI'.AT SAllHLtis
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
Anil the low priee. nt which he in wllinK nil
Krinrin in his line.
lie has increased hi turn and intends to
meet the demand.
TLANTIC COAST LINK
On unci niter this dntc the following sehcl.
ule will lie run over its "Columbia Ilivtsiun."
No, G3--T.cAv Colitmbln o.ao p. m.
, Arrives atCharlcntoD 9.3U n. m.
No. 82 leaves Charlntim... 7.111 a. m.
Arrive, at Columbia ll.tta-. m.
Connecting with train, to and from all
point, on thf Charlotte. Column! An
Ku.ta nnd Columbia & GrernTille Kailroaua.
T. M. KMKRSON, Got. Fa... Art.
J. F. DEV1NU, Gin. Supt. I
Notice tp TrayclcrjsiJ
lUiiitiin-.; t,rijv ani cnntttiiilnjt until lu
i Ikt not iii', n itlvt .nr wiM fcuvt. c.Airt
House qu a,T ;ty-. niiViu-K lu-foras oVI.wk.
n. in., lor tlK-.'tmin lo .&ai-HMnin;. 'Alii
tlu'ir valises transported to the train t'rer ol
chart-tf tt h(i take tlu-ri-Kii1:ir "tlt-pofor
"i"ur , Vll.t wi,jt.h wiu t-avc the Sepia re nt h
o:lf .i-Ii a. in. as usual, will lieeharHcil r cents
ijr eaeh valise ami lame hiitinlc. This nil'
?vlr,ii eoiiiKt-lH witli tlu1 Silariunlmru" train.
IJnlil till pwsona tak- -ft Nnic ill 'irt he
time etiniijirh for all to j-'rt their tiekels mid
ehee'.M. anil mail, ,,i;iv In- l.fl : wliiU- if
rnfmrnsean will tnlte Ilie ear leaving tli:
s,iiair nt 1.-. minutes before N lliev ill not
f Stiiiim- nt 1 r, iiiiniio-s ImI
J':1;'1 "'.y '-er.-i cirm- u.rvl
I ,'P"l eiir. tuit have ninplt lime
a t lie
, "lies .Hid leave iiniple lime lur ullicl?
the r rh.-eks ami lieket.s.
1 llli ASIllh ll.t.l? STKliHT RV. Oil.
ASHEYILLE STREET RAILWAY CO,
Will call III any lious- -a the eil.v lor
h.u;i;a(;i: i ok trains,
Ami deliver same to am
lor .e. per trunk. All
left at the ii lliev ill ree
Ih-iisv (nun trains
n. Ins lor Haiae
ive pnnnpl atten
tion. l'lisseiiKer ears meet all iiKomiii and
Mntrniu'e eatninatinis Sept. :i ;mhI 1 , Nie
it i; tioim mill I.eetureK beniii (noniptly Se(i( .".
Seililtof new eaUtlojcm at miee to
Ji'li.N 1-. CKi i ICI.L. J'resi-lent,
inn'-'C. .l'Jtn Trinity College. N.t'.
St. 3Iar$s School,
RalciKli X C
Tin N'iiu l l'it'tli Semi -Annual Session lH
Kins AlnMiAV. Slil'T'vM UlvK 1, 1 ssji.
I'or entaUiuues, aihlrtss the Keetor,
REV. BENNETT SMEDES. A. M.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
Ronald MacDoiialcl, It. A.,
'I 'll' fii'llollistir vi-nr will opi.il
WHUNli.siiAY. Slil'THMllliK is
Ti'i ius I'or I'oiinl, 'rtiltioti in all liratlL-lics.
an'l every i-vpi lis,-, $:iilO per aiiiiiiin. Cav
eholars .f sn per antiuiu.
i'or lurtlier information aialnss lti:. li.
II. HI 1 -: I . . Aslu-ville, X. C, until Sept. 1 :
alter that aililnss MK. KlIN.M.H MclnN
A I -1 . I K .Ml Mailer. iul-'V illiin
ICiiKlii.il and I'rcncli
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. -In I'renell ttroaii Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN IHAITLAND, - "PRINCIPAL,
I-'or tiiaiii- M.-lr Aoeiate I'rineip.-il
Wrnoll laslitiilr. Ilaltiiiuirc. I
AssiKteil by u
ol eoinpeiiteiit leaehers
The eoiirsf of invtnu -1 i ti ineluiles theiisual
liiiKlish liranelirs with l-remli ami I. aim.
Extras Muiie. r.ernian. Al l Necille Work,
I'aintillK on fliina. h.-nuiiiK ami Killing.
SjKeial atletnioii i:ien l.i the IrainiiiK of
little (tin. n,,Ki ,-jm
l-or Kcntlejnen. A perl, , I sh,.e :u a iniiilernte
eost. Try II pair ol our vn.llies in Kellte
ineirfootear. at .Sr no. . i nn, ,s:t.ro. $L,.,.I!1,
$- ."o ami $J.ihi. l-;rr pail- w a Iran ted. Hx
aitlille our speeiallirs for ladies at .'jll-.OO
till. $u..-.o ami .f. up, uneseelleil for kiiii
tort, durability anil tli'.
Iijsist on having llie",,i iiiinal M A. I'aekanl
,V Co.'s Shoes. The genuine have our stamp
on hottom of eaeh shoe S nt postpaiil to
any part of the I', S, on reeeipt of priee. M
A. PACK Kh .V CO.. Iirovkloii, Mass. I'or
sale in Asheville liy
H. RlvUWOOI) Si CO.
HUl 1 tU'Utl Minis su we hi
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No. 3 Barnard .tullcling.
School iind Ctilleo'o Text
Hooks, iitullhiie. I 'nets. His-
tnpy, Koiiinnee, ISinm-jiph v.
i i.i vei iiixi .Novels, i nmil.v
innes, uiDies nntl Tent
iiinents, Oxford Tenehei-S
.liihles. Soiifi' Honks of all
kinds, luioestoek Stntinjierv,
.think hooks and Office, and
School (Supplies. New lint
Ladies and (Jents' Pocket-
books just opened. Fancy
unotis and uolis.
: Palaci Stiamsrs. Low Rti.
row Tnp. p WNk htmi'll
: DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
! Ftftotkflr.Sault m. Mrv, and L&ke
Ruritt Way Porta,
Srary Wart Dmy Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
6pciiJ SumUr Tnp dnrinir Jon, Jily, Auy iM and SrpC
Doubl DUy Lint Ivwmi
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
; 6'JR iLLUSTRATeD" PAWPHL
Hate, .nil Eruimi n Tielt-. will V M : t :.i,Ht
b vour Ticket Aoi UVT a , .,
E. B. WHITCOMB, Q. P. A., DtmniT. I , H. .
, Detroit ana Cleveland Steam Nr.. Co.
: AT : COST. :
in oi-iliT lo i lcjir (lit'iii nut,
rout iiiursiinil will lie kept lip
UNTIL ALL SOLD
We neetJ the room I'oi'olhel
' h Is. The iissnrt inelit colH
Cash mi l cs.
And an equal tqipni'tunit.v
For present or future use has
never lieforcoffered itself.
( 'oine and see our floods or
write for saniples. t)ur
and other trimmings is j
and will bo sold at prices 1 hat
WILIi K SAnmi'AtTORV.
COME TO TIIK
for everyt hinj' and do not
buy any thiii";
UNTIL YOU LEARN OUR PRICES,
vl'lie finest and tiput equipi
I i Mi S ttiriM ifN't r 1 1 1 ( "iTf
olina was opened in Asheville
by T. ('. Smith & Co. After
eiii'hteen years of prosperity
in the wholesale and retail
dru,' business at Charlotte,
they sold out and moved to
Asheville, where they secured
the best and handsomest
store room in thecity tilted
up in style, with all thelat-est
appliances and conveniences
possessetl by oilier modern
dru' stores. Twelve months,
ha ve passed since (his vent
ure was made 1 hey find the
outlook far ahead of then
ex pect at ions business "Tow
ing larger monthly, having
already reached a solid basis.
Their success demons! rail's
what Asheville will do, for
Hiose who come here with
"the know how." Prescrip
tion anil general business
have poured into this New
Prutf St ore unt il necessity
compels the employment ofa
larji'e force of 1 horoujA'hly
competent clerks. This new
firm do not wan! (heearth.
only a small part of it. They
are entering the second year
of tlieir business career with
new snap, lar-e stock, ample
raw cash lo make la rn'e addi
tions, bi- trade already es
tablished, a successful past
and a bright future These
facts show what can be done
for those who have a well
grounded faith in the" com
mercial importance of our
jii-owiiiii' city for those who
have the nerve to burn all the
bridges behind them, and
li'i ve iropor at tent ion to t heir
business. The people are
kindly asked to continue
their favors to this prosper
ous and busy drug store,
where every article sold is
warranted as represented, pr
purchase monev refunded.
Address T. C. Smith & Co
Leading- Wholesale and Re
tail aiitd Prescription Drus
fi'ists. Asheville, X. (',
U1C1IMON1) - liANVII.I.I!
(Western North Carolina IHvUif
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Ar. Ilendi rsonvillf,
" Colunihin, "
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" New (rle.ins
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Ar. H( ildersuiiville,
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Ar. Mot Springs
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I.v. Ashevil.c. '
1 1 4-5 am
Ar. Hot Spring's
7 I f.pm
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J No. 17
j SlecpinK vnrs on nil night trains.
IAS. I.. T.VYl.OR, W. A. WINIUJKN,
i t;. v. a. p. p a.
j SO!.. IIV.S.T. M
j CommenciiiK June nil. thef.1lnvinK Passen
ger Train Service will he oiKiated on Sun
tlayn between Asheville and Wnynesvillc:
"'r I HAST.
No. la. STATIONS. 'n 11.
: k :i"i anij l.v
Asheville Air I To.'tpui
Sulphur Springs j 7 -jm pm
llomillV " I 7 14. mm
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ill JSatiii '
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loos .mi i
Turnpike 0 51) nm
n 37 im
1 10 run
J. W. SCIIARTXii:,
41 N. Main St.
JJ I )TICB.
ill collect dclits for nnvone in the cily for
lT cent, ('.mid facililies for rentini; nnd col
Icctiuj! rents- on houses. Will sell furniture
I. R. KlHNSllN,
At Illnlr's I'urniture Store,
, 37 I'atton Avenue.
Rrfercncrs jnven. mar14.IHm
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Keema Creek Woolen Mills.
North Main . Asheville, N. C.
NEW ICE CREAM' GARDEN;
IClcctric tars Pass (lie poor.
I lii ri n ilh ni.til v Hit public Unit thnitjiy,
Miiy , I hnve addul to my n-ellkiiotvu Kis
tntiriiiit a tine
Ice Cream Garden.
The s.'i'inr linn Ih.ii litt.il up m-atlj- lor tin- ui
lasiuu mil I will nlwuya huvi' on luiiiil the
choicest nl Crrnnid mi.l SticrlictA mill Chkcs.
Ainu, can supply fiuniliin at nliurtriit ituticc
In Inrijc nr Hnuill .pmntitir!.. So come in jtoo.l
time ami have senile line Ice Crenmmi.lOikiK
anil ilnn't furjjct that nt StrawiM ou wIllKct
Tlic Best of Ice Cream,
ami w here always polite anil attentive wait
ers will lie plca.Mil to serve. Come ent'lj,
ciimc often, come one, come nil, mill j;iv.,
y.mr fricnil Strauss a KmckI many calls.
WIU. llli OCIiNHll FUK Til U SliASOM
fl' lHH'J UN
The First ot Junc
The location of this llnlrl ,.n tlu summit l
Cesar's Henil Mountain, an oitlvini; spur "I
tlic lllue KiilRe, In upper Soiltll 1 ai,liilii.
allbrils a climate anil wal.r unciiiulc.
An a summer resort it, has nopurnttcl in the
AVERAGE TEMPERATIH.5. FROM 60 TO 70 .
Whilst its natural sccucvy Is vaiieil nml uraiid
beyimil conception. Comfort of j;msti enre
lullv eonsiilteil. l.ivery uml ilaily mail. Has-,
ily reacluil frnni Asheville In one ilnv, orfrinn,
1 1 , ink rs hi ilk in hall a ilay, over lrli;litfnl;
mails, through a romantie and cluirminji.
AND FAMILY C0TTASE-
miU'H south ii Aviu'viijcr va '
railmail is mvv ipin fuj ifo &r A. V S.
For iirctil:irs adflri's. isun.
TIKIS -V. Mf
liiiO-Udtf .KKIS. I'rdp'r,
Anlcti, N. C.
. Tb, - -
.icautiful HiunniL-r resort in situated
.'iiliattly on tlu Nfurpiiy ivisM.tl ol" the
i. C. R. K half way iK-tween AMicvillc
.'iiid Wavmsvilh', aiming tlic most: attractive
scenery in the mouiitHiiiH.
The hutfl is new and well ftirnisluii, Taijj-c
ami well ventitateil. TeliKtuph and Post
( Hikes in the house.
l;resh mutton, milk and butter supplied
from the premises.
Tal lies can leave Asheville in the moniinu
take dinner and return in tlieevening.
l-'or Ui ms and other inloniinLioii, apply to
J C. Smathcra,
Ni:V HtX'Sli! NKW! 1-M'KNISHUiVl
AM. MDDIiRN 1MPKV!-MKNTS.
MRS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N. 6. ATKINSON,
No. 211 llaywoml Street.
A lare. nirv house. fltH Pntton Avenue,
on street ear line, tiood location Terms
reasonable, (loud fare.
ju!4 d.'hn MRS. J. Li'sM ATM T'RS.
Has removed to the Johnston HuiMiiiK, l.'M
ton nven tie, corner of Church street, where
she is prepared to keep rcKular or liuwient
boarders. Table furnished with the best the
market nffortls. Terms reasonable. mur3lm6
ROUND KNOB HOTEL
McDowell Co., N. C.
(Situated on the W. N. C. K. K. An hour's
riilc from Atihcrilk.)
l'irst claim in every rcapcut. Mineral water.
l.itliia, Iron, Alum aim Iron, Acd and
White Sulpiiur anil Mnjrnciiia.
The most jiicturexiuc tiot ill Western
Terms reasounlile Siiecial rates to faitii-
J. lBulbw Krwln,
julu il:im . Proprietor.
10 to 40 More Boarders
WAYNliVlLI,B, JM. C,
Thetoolest rooms, nnd Kod new beds as
clran ns the cleanest; 1'ure freestone water.
" ''nlii-enlieit. Plenty of ehiilcc. wclluooked,
food in nliumlant variety".
Location Main street. 3 minutes' walk
from depot, express and post offices; 15 min
ntcaf walk irom Haywood White Sulphul"
Rates $20 to $ilo iter month ; 0 to
1 1 ' . 1 .in- :
A. J. RICIiVliS,
J?OR REKT. !
From two to sis lied rtiima r.,ll r....i 1
an. I usual attention ;ik .,r i.k... ... " .
HiKh Imntion. K.eellent water '
N. V. Office, 466 Broadway.
or terms ajiptv to