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SOMK OP THK MHRrBBIiHV
AND TRKEH OK THK
We have received from Harlan IV Kel
sey, of Highlands, Macon county, N. C.
a descriptive catalogue ol some of tin
"plants and Ho wens of the Southern Alle
ghany mountains." It is interestin.i; as
the 6rst publication of the kind made in
this section; and valuable as naming
much that is peculiar to it. In frequent
rambles thronj;li the mountains we have
become acquainted, not scientifically, but
rather sentimentally, with its llora.
which must strike the most unobsennn!
from its beauty and abundance; and
which delighted the interest and re
warded the research ot the Mich.uix.
father and son, Hartrain, Cray, Curtis
and other botanists ot established scien
We propose to refer to a lew trees, or
shrubs referred to in the catalogue ol Mr.
We mention first halesia tetraptcra or
snow drop tree, because it is one ol the
most beautilul and the most neglected ol
our ornamental or flowering trees. It is
a tree when in full leaf not unlike the ox
heart cherry, growing from twenty to
thirty feet high, found in proximity to
water, found along running streams, oi
in moist valleys. Its striking value is
in its flowers, which appear early ii
the spring, formed on the growth o:
the year preceding the last, and hang it:
rich pendant extension along the
branches, each flower, shaped like tlu
snow drop of the gardens, about an inch
and a half in diameter, white or pink ii.
color, and without fragrance. Kadi
bough is profusely loaded with these
beautiful flowers, and appearing early in
the spring, they strike the eye with ali
the charm of the awakening life ol the re
viving cheerfulness of nature. The halesia
is highly worthy of adaptation to tlu
adornment ol grounds, and it is hardy
and would bear transplantation; yet vt
have only heard of one single experiment
having been made with it.
The azaleas area large family and o;
striking beauty, The most beautilul o,
these is .1. ciiiululnceu, familiar to every
one in the mountains, making the woods
blaze in May and June with its splendid
mas.s of deep orange or bright lemon,
so striking m its effect on the eye as to
have received from the elder Michaux the
the name of "the burning bush." This
variety is without fragrance. It grows
indifferently in dry or wet places, and is
well worthy of adoption among the
shrubbery of gardens and parks. There
are other azaleas, the most fragrant ot
which is the A. i.stosi, white, tinged
with rose, and when overhanging sunn
sparkling mountain stream, witli ariplc
space to spread its drooping boughs, I. it
most beautiful ol the family.
Hydrangea ritli;it:i is a beautiful shrub
which we have found only near the tops
of very high mountains. Unlike the cul
tivated varieties, it throws out its
branches loosely and to wide extent. Its
flowers are of snowy whiteness, which
gives it one of its names of "snowy hy
drangea," but they are loose and scat
tered. No doubt it would be much im
proved by cultivation of which it is wor
thy. The most abundant of the mountain
flowers are the rhododendrons and the
kalmias the laurels and the ivy which
give unequalcd splendor to the landscape
during a period of two months, begin
ning in May. Of therhododendron. then
are three chief varieties, the Citui whivnsc,
bright rose, growing only in high mourn
ains, especially profuse on the Craggy;
A, maximum, growing almost every
where in the mountains where there is
rock or moisture, white or pinkish in the
mountains. The same species, found on
Morgan's creek, near Chapel Hill, and on
Eno river, near Hillsboro, the only two
places where we have found it east
of the mountains, is purple. A'.
pumtiitum, the smallest of the family,
has rose colored flowers attached to the
extremity of its loosely disposed boughs
and scanty foliage. Another rhododen
dron, A laser, has Inren discovered near
Webster, and also in Cashier's valley,
deciduous, and more like the azalea. It
is a tall shrub, with bright purple or pink
scentless flowers. We have never met
Stuiirtia pvntngrna has no common
name. It is the mountain representative,
as is the Sttiartia Yirginica that of our
coast counties, of the camelia and the tea
plant, the only representatives of those
families known on the American conti
nent. The former has large cream col
ored single flowers with purplish centre.
The coast variety has white flowers
about the size of the Cherokee rose, pet
als large, forming un ojien cup shaped
flower, delicately fringed on the margin,
soft and silky to the eye, the inner side
covered with a circle of stamens, with
bright purple filaments and blue anthers.
These two rare' and splendid flowers are
truly North Carolinian. We have never
heard of their being transplanted, and
yet the S. Yirginica, which we have seen
in Brunswick county, in flower and
beauty and grace of foliage, is one of
the most attractive we have ever seen.
There is an air of delicate refinement
about it which might seem to be the re
sult of the most tender nurture. The
mountain variety we have never seen in
One more shrub catalogued by Mr.
Kclsey we refer to for the very widely sep
arated conditions of locality. This is the
Lciophyllum Huxifoliutii, or sand myrtle,
found on the sea coast, in Brunswick
county, and then not again until it ap
pears on the nearly bare, rocky summits
of the high western mountains, where it
is nearly the sole vegetation. It is a
dwarf representative of the box family,
with minute, rigid, glossy, dark green
leaves, the stem stiff and woody, some
what procnmlicnt, and the dense mass of
foliage gemmed w ith a profusion of small
white or pink flowers. It is a beautiful
little plant. This is the same plant found
on the Koan mountain, where it is called
the Scotch heather, with which it has no
botanical affiliation whatever.
We have barely touched upon the floral
wealth of Western North Carolina, only
naming some of those plants most gen-
crallv known, anil some not known at
all. We are glad to see that Mr. Kclsey
has entered into this abundant field, and
hope he will be able to bring North Car
olinians to a sense of what they possess
so profusely, and of which so many arc
FIHH OK OI K CO A S T.
That was interesting reading in the
Wilmington Messenger of the 'J'th, the
interview of a reporter of that paperwith
Mr. James A. I lewlet, proprietorofa fish
cry on Masouboro sound. One can pick
up a fair idea of our coast ichthyology
Irorn an hour's talk with a man who has
seen and studied fish all the davs of his
life, who know their coming and their go
ing, their increase and decrease both in
numbers and quality, the succession of
varieties with the incoming of the differ
ent seasons, and particulars of habits
and peculiarities of the finny tribes.
Mr. Hewlett controls astrclch of beach
five miles long, and fishes outside the
breakers, using "whale" boats, the most
serviceable boats afloat, and employs
twenty-four men. The scints used are
about 2ti feel long, very different from
those used in the smooth waters of Albe
marle sound, which, with their drawing
ropes, are more than two miles long.
The most profitable market fish, that
is, for curing, is the mullet, in the best
condition in the three monihsol autumn.
The best haul ol this fish this season was
5.000, and the next biggest Jo.immI.
With the mullet arc always caught other
fish in considerable miitiluTS, such, is skip
jack, drum, sea trout, etc.. and, in one of
these hauls, thirteen medium sized sharks
were landed. These arc always found
with the schools of mullets upon which
they Iced, and arc not feared by the fisher
man. The miiltcis arc salted, barrelled and
shipped, and find ready sale. The mullet
roe is dried or sailed, forming a delicacy
always in demand. This is the only fish
put tip in salt. All oilier varieties are
sold fresh, or shipped to distant points
on ice. These varieties arc the spring
and summer fish, sea whiting, pig fish,
jitnmiis. slieepshcail. blacktish, trout,
The business is pursued by quite a
number living on the sounds near Wil
mington and is regarded as profitable.
It is inlcreslii'g to note that fishing as
a business along the American Atlantic
coast begins at this point. Farther
South, on the l',iill' coast, and on the east
Florida, (icorgia and South Carolina
coasts, great numbers of fish of many
and excellent varieties arc caught, but
they a'V consumed fresh at home or sent
a way on ice to the interior or northern
markets. Mill at Masouboro, fisheries
proper begin, and thence up the coast,
including the waters of Onslow county,
Ilcaufort harbor and the shores of I'ain
lico and Albemarle sounds are found the
mullet and blue fish fisheries, the herring
and shad tishcriesof the sound waters em
ploying large capital and a large body of
skilled employes in all the branches of
seining, cleaning, salting, packing and
shipping, saU or fresh, the immense pro
ducts of our teeming waters. And to
those fisheries are to be added the whale
fishery under Cape Lookout, by no means
a myth, but substantial, and often pro
fitable reality, and also the porpoise fish
ery, for oil, hides and porpoise beef, a
profitable pursuit in some years. Fish
are also caught in large quantities near
Ilcaufort to be converted into oil aid
Among the great variety of North Car
olina recources, the coast fisheries rank
high in importance. They are the wealth
and the support of a large const popula
tion. llr. I'arker I'rays cream V'an-( lla, Kosa
line, Ongnline and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites,
at F. L. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always le found,
together with pocket emery board, or
ange wood sticks, nail scissors, files nud
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 dispensed. Cor
ner Main strict and I'atton avenue.
t'oiicord'M threat Factors.
The new bagging mill at Concord, will
soon be ready to licgin operation, as the
roof is now being put on. The main
building is 3'.Uxl2t feet, two stories
with basement. It will oernte 500
looms for weaving cloth for bags. l)esides
15,000 spindles with all the necessary
preparatory machinery. Five hundred
hands will lie employed, and 20 bales of
cotton will be worked up per day. The
mills will be lighted by electricity and
will beeqiiped with all the modern im
provements. Eighty new tenement houses
have been built for the oieratives. The
engine is a Goi I horse power, and there
will be six boilers. This is one of the
most gigantic milling plnntsin the whole
To niHpel CoIdH,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
svstem effectually, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidneys and liver to a healthy activity,
without irritating or weakening them,
use Syrup of Figs.
Scribbler When is that review of my
novel coming out, Scnther? When I
brought the book to you you assured me
that you would lose no time in reading
Scather So I did. Wei', I have tost no
time in reading it yet. I
THE MORROW SHOE
GAINING REPUTATION EVERY DAY.
Afi'iiin wtM-nll ,vour special
attention to the celebrated
Morrow Shoes, which have
stood the test for many years
for DntAitiUTY. for Exckl-
i . i : .( i: o v Styi.k, fort 'on i -out
and Exactness ok Fit, being
equal in quality, style and tit
to any Fine Shoes made.
We carrv the above Shoes
in several different styles, and
will have no trouble to suit
you in size
N'or anv trouble to sell you
again in the 'future.
We have in stock a coin
plete line of all kinds of Shoes
of every desirable style kept.
We mean to sell. No more
Come and examine our
goods; it will not cost you a
We want you to call and
trade with us. with the assur
ance that you will be treated
well on all occasions.
A full line of DIIY (iOODS.
Hats and Clothingalwayson
hand at astonishingly low
UosOc Bros. & Wright
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
riCTI'RKS AND FKAMKS,
HULLS, TOYS AND OAMliS.
WF8TKKJI Pt. C. SCKNKS,
HUTU PHUTIHiKAFIIlC AND HAND'
11 S. Main Street.
If you want a good Um
brella that is warranted not
to CRACK will on
THE LEADING JEWELER.
A tine line of imported han
dles different, ''you know,'
from anyone else's.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION
Is that fine lot of IKNGLISH BRIDLES and
THREB-HORN CHAMOIS SBAT SADDLES
J. 91. ALEXANDER'S
And the low prices at which he is Rrltinjt all
poods in his line.
He has increased his force and intends to
meet the demand.
Kev. C. J. Gilwon, I). I)., Petersburg,
Va., snya: I have used Mrs. Joe Person's
Remedy in my own family, and it gives
me pleasure to sny it has proved a valu
able Tonic and Purifier ot the Blood, and
if thoroughly tested, 1 think will remove
many cutaneous disorders.
Churchill J. Gibson,
Petersburg. Va., January 10, 1888.
o o o o o o o o
o o o o o o o o
lhisiness at the "Big
Racket Store" has in
creased so much within
the past two weeks, (since
the opening of our im
mense new stock) that we
have not had time to
write a suitable adver
tisement for t his column.
Will name some goods
and prices in our next.
In the meantime, remem
ber that we keep
And sell at prices guar
anteed to be the lowest
in town. Having a force
of salesmen and sales-la
dies, the tedious waits
that our patient patrons
have had to endure are
no longer necessary; so
come on, you shall be po
litely served, without de
lay, and sent away with
(5E0. T. JONES & CO.
o b o o o o o o
Oyster fy Parlor.
IHeala at all Hours. Klectrlc
Cars Pas the Door.
I take pleasure in announi-inR the Ovster
Sj-ntmn nf lKH9-'HO has om-ni-d, and my long
cxiwrknce in tile huainess Justifies mc in
nssurinu the public that I enn please nnd sat
isfy all customers. 1 will serve oysters in the
hest style, anil dcnlitiK onlv with reliulile
houses, can offer the finest bivalves on the
market. Try our
Or Pan Koust. Boston Day Stews a specialty.
r-..l ..nr u-lll lu tnkrn with all orders. I
se'l only the finest and freshest oysters that
can be had. I receive shipments direct from
niu'kera every afternoon. Charms reason
able. My restaurant is also supplied with
BIRDS, RAME, FRESH FISH, ETC.,
At all times. Special attention given to lady
customers. Colite and attentive waiters.
Board by day, week or month with or with
out rooms. If you want the best the market
affords call on
K. STRAl'SS, Prop'r.,
South Main Street.
NliW HOUSE! NEWLV FURNISHED 1
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 211 Haywood Street.
A large house, 31H Puttonflvenue. Warm,
comfortable rooms. On street car line.
octH dfim MRS. .1. L. SMATHKRS.
MRS. S. STEVENSON
Has removed to the Johnston BuiMing. rat
ton avcniir, comer oi" Church street, where
she is prepared to keep reRiilnr or transient
hoarder. Table furnished with the tHst the
market nflordi. Termnrenaonnhle mar HI mil
J. W. SCHARTLE,
42 N. Main St.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Agent for Reeitis Creek Woolen Mill.
Anheville. N. C
m, R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AsheYillc, N. C.
I. . Box P.
GENERALC9NTRACT0R AND BUILDER
Mosaic T!lc and Cement work n specialty.
Orates, Cannes and Boilers net.
Iluildinw moved and repaired in lirst cluttn
Sewerage, liraimtK? and traj for the name
thoroughly underntood and promptly at
Office : Wolfe HuildinR, Court House Square,
Ashevillc, N. C. may30dly
THliRB IS NO
Royal Road to Fortune,
HI T Vol CAN
AND IU Y YOl'R
GROCERIES, GRAIN, PROVISIONS,
FEED. ETC. FROM
A. D. COOPER,
Cor. Main and College St.
I'ricc arr cut down to suit the times, and
good delivered free to any part of the city.
J0 THK PI'BLIC.
The undersigned may be found in Shank's
new building, one door west ol J. F. Wood
bury stable, on College strest. They are
prepared to manufacture carnages, buggies,
wagons, ana anytning else in tneir line. Re
pairing and horse-shoeing are social ties,
Thcv have secured the service of Henry I'ow-
ell, and would le pleased to receive a liberal
snare ot patronage, natisiaction gun ran teen
jul3 d6m lil'KNETTE & HOWARD.
For gentlemen. A perfect shoe at a moderate
cost. Try a pair of our specialties in Ken tie-
men Hoot wear, at a.uu, $4.uu, sa. go. sz.im,
$2. AO and $2.00. Every pair warranted. Ex
amine onr specialties for ladies at $4.(M).
$2.U9. 2.-0 and $2.00, unexcelled for om
fort, dut ability And style.
Insist on having the original M. A. Packard
9t Co.'t Shoes. The genuine have our stamp
on bottom of each shoe. Sent postpaid to
any part uf the U. S. on receipt of price. M.
A. PACKARD He CO., Brockton, Mass. Pur
sale in Ashevilleby
H. REDWOOD & CO.
augll deod Smos an we fri
14 acres of land on Beaver Dam road, just
opposite J. S. Burnett's. A fine site for a suit
urban residence. A nice knoll covered with
clover and some fine oaks, with beautiful
riews of mountains and the city. A rare
chance to bny such a piece of land with nice
clear springs gushing frurn the hill. Terms
easy and price low.
BO8TIC, Bl.ANTON & CO.
FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Hank of Ashevlllc.
ASHBV1LI.H, N. C
Represent the following companies, vi.
CASH AHSKTK IN V. 6.
A.,i.. v..,-.iH,i ,,(' 1'fiHI'orniu
Continental, of New Yord
London Assurance, ot hnland
Vi.,nru of Keu' York
Orient, of Hartford
Il,...ni f Krtxiblvil
. 1 .11(17
St. f'aul Hire and .Marine
Southern, ol New Orleans
Western, ot Toronto
Mutunl ACCHlcnt Associuiiun.
-4-:tuu Life Insurance Company
W. 0, WOLFE,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS
Ncwlotof designs just received. Large lotof
TaMetB nnd Slabs, yery low for cash. You
will save money by calling on mc before pur
Warerooni Wolfe Building, S. E. Court
FOR THIS WEEK
We lire going to offer some real good Bar-
guius in our line, llenvy Nickel ond Uruss
Couch Harness, IV. Trace. Full Patent
Leather Collar, $.17.90, former price $4-5;
Single Iluggy Harness, Davis mounting $25,
nickel $17. no. In
Fur both ladies und gentlemen, we nre Koins
to sell at New York prices, net. Ladies' Side
Saddle, lull pin seat, and Skirt, o; next
quality $;t(i; Men's Imported EnKlih Tree,
tint scut, $.10, formerly $35. For Horse
Hlankets und Whips we an- headquarters.
Full Whalebone Whin $1 .no to $J.aO. Best
HuKK.v Whip in town for 7f.e. Good Bukk
Cushions $1. Special prices in wi'ipsto Liv
erymen in quantities. We bought our
Direct I'mm the M AM'FACTl KKK and can
sell them chcaiK-r than anv one in town. El
bt'ron, all wool, in yellow and brown, HUxHJ,
$lo per pair, sotd last year tor $15; Fawn,
TtixKO, solid colors, $K per pair, sold for $10
last season. We have them in all styles and
prices to $2.75 er pair.
These are special prices lor this week.
E. V. JONES,
34 N. Main St.
The hooks and accounts of
W. II. LEA
Have been put in the hands of
A. X. SI MMKY, ESQ.,
For collection. All parties indebted arc re
quested to call and settle.
After the first of Novemln-r suit will lie
brought on nil accounts unpaid.
D. C. WADDKLL,
Assignee of W. II. Lea.
J. N. MORGAN & CO.,
No. $ Barnard Building;.
(School and College Text
Hooks, u full line. Poets, His
tory, Romance, Biography,
Travel- and Novels, Family
Bibles, S. S. Bibles and Test-
ainents, Ox lord teachers
Bibles, Song Books of all
kinds, large stock Stationery,
Blank Books and Office and
School Supplies. New line
Ladies' and (Jents' l'ocket-
books just opened. Fancy
Goods and Dolls.
THE ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
Rooms on Main street, opposite the post
office. Oiien daily, except Sundays, from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m., and 5.30 until 7.3(1 p. m.
The terms of snliscription are: One year
$2; 6 tnos., $1.5l; 3 mos., 9l; l mo., oucts.
dully 2 cts.
Officers for 1N89 President. R. K. Rawls
Vice-President, Charles W, Woolsey; Sec. and
Treas., D. s. Watson; librarian, miss is. j
Citizens and visitors are cordlnlly invited
to insect the catalogue and inscribe their
anmes as meniners. tcontitl
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed. A com
plete sto-k of the above good at
GRANT'S DRUG STORE,
24- SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Oculists' Prescriptions a specialty.
Real Estate for Sale.
The property known as the "Mission Hos
pital properly nas ncrn luuuivcu uiionpii-n-rild
huildinff lots, and is now offered for sale.
Three of these lots frontSouth. upon Wood
fin street. They are the most desirable lot
and are the lowest priced lots in town, when
you take Intoconsideratlon thcirlocallon.etc.
Two lots front on Charlotte street, and one
of these has a "InrKe, handsome old mnn
sion" upon it, surrounded hy beautiful onk
trees. The house is worth more than isusked
lor the place.
The other is a corner lot nnd Is one of the
most twantiiul unimproved lots In Asheville.
What makes this property particularly de
sirable is its location upon the Line of the
Street Railway, Its nearness to churches,
schools, businr, etc. it Is on the electric
l.Kht line, sewer line, jras line, etc. It Is near .
the Collcfc?. and is in one of the hest nci!)
borhoods in the city.
Thli, propeity has been put Into my hands
to sell, either at private sale or public auc
tion. All lots not sold by the 2d of Decern
Iter will tie sold by me at that time.
D. 8. WATSON,
Real rotate Agent.
pc27 dtf I
SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN,
2B1 CHESTNUT ST.
Fall term begins Sept. 2.1. Thorough in
str etittn in English, French, Music and Cal
isthenics by exiiericnced teachers.
Sep 7 d3m
KntfUsU and French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS.
No. -K French Hroad Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
i For many years Associate Principal of Mt.
Wninn Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a corps of com pen tent teachers.
The course of Instruction include, the usual
English branches with French and Latin.
Extras Music, German, Art Needle Work,
Painting on China, Unncing and Riding.
Special attention given to the training of
tittle girls. augl d4m
"piedmont air line
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R, R, CO,
Passe no kr Uhpahtmrnt,
Western North Carolina Division.
PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULE,
(In Kffhct Skpt. 2
T.rth Meridian time used when not other wit
Lv. Kno- ville,
9 -I-1 pm
Richmond, 3 30pm SI Hum
(it top in
" New York,
' WKSTHOlWlii T
7 iwpm i D.i.nim
Hfopm I N 2rum
1 1 Oopm ) 107am
G u Oiitn 1 20 pm
No. So i N
Dnilv. ! l'ailv
I.v. New York,
1 ."Mini 4 30pm
7 iJOnm 57pin
9 4fnm lC.Opm
11 l4am 11 oo m
f4tfpm I f07mn
No. 53 !
'J Mopm I
4 -4 0pm
1 U .ratn 1 1 1 2.:itn I
7 2.'iam j 4 30pm
2 lOptn I H50pm
A. & S. R. R
I No. .14
X?rT7 00 pm
OO.) HtnlLv. Aslii" :11c.
!tr(t amiAr. HemL-rNonville.
I out pm
1220 pm " Spartanburtf, Lv.j 340 p m
Nor 18 I (Daily except Sunday.) INo17
0 to amjLv. Asheville, Ar. 3fl5 p m
11 to am Ar. Waynesvillu, ' 1 flfl p m
o4Hpml larrctt's. " 700 a m
045 pm ' Westlield, Lv. 610 n m
Sleeping Car Service.
Nos. 50 and 51, Pullman Sleepers between
Greensboro and Morristown
Nos. 52 ant. 53, Pullman Parlor Cars lw
tven Salisbury and Knoxvilte, and Pullman
S eciK'rs between Salisbury and Washiugton,
V. A. WINBURN, D. P A.,
Asheville, N. v.'.
JAS. L. TAYLOR. fi. P. A.,
Washington, D, C
The Hest are
Farrell & Co.,
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riVA CURED BY OLD SPECIALIST
LI I V PHYSICIAN.
II I Bott,e of "ledicinc Fnc We wur
I I I V runt our remedy tocurethe worst
casrs, and the only physicians who do this to
prevent your being imposed upon by men
nsinj; false names nnd who are not Doctors.
HecaiiM' others failed is no reas'i. lor uot
usinjE this medicine. Give Kx press and Post
offitc address. It costs you nothlnt. Addiess
Annuel Medical Bureati. 201 Broatlwav, New
York. inn27d:w1 v
Palacc Steamers. Low Rates.
Four Trip, par Wwk Between
DETROIT, MACKINAC INLAND
Pet osky ,811 H Pt. H&He. and Lsk
Huron W.iy Porta,
vary Wrk Dty Batween
DETROIT ANO CLEVELAND
$pn! "inUy Trip dyrhitf June. July, Aujcuii ud Sx.
Doubl" Daily Liu- B'"en
CHrCG0 AND ST. JC3PH. MIC
O'JR iLLUSTRArco PAPML T,
tnitfo-nrl Exouni n Ticks will bi r.i ti.ili .1
b. your Tick A suit, or a,: dtf j
C. 3. V,-;iTC0vlD, O. P. A., nrTRoir. f-
Ojtroit and Cleveland fitoam t-.v. Co.
Livery Stable on South Water street, 100
feet from Patton Avenue. Just completed,
with all needed conveniences.
Also. Store Room in same btiildinjf. Splen
did room for Supply and Family Grocery bus
Also, Tobacco Priw and Storage House in
rear of J. B. Dickerson He Co.'s Hardware
Btore. Two tobacco presses In the building.
Apply to JONKS & 8HVPORD.
octl9dlw Johnston Building-
Street Car Schedule,
BeKinnlnR at 8.23 a. m. Endinp 10.SO p. m.
Car leaves Square for Depot even houruud
Car haves Square for Melke's 7 minutes
after each hour.
Car leaves Square for Doubledav 7mintes
after each hail hour.
Car leaves Depot for Square 7 minutes le
fore each hour and half hour.
Car leaves Melke's for Square 7 minutes lie
fore each half hour.
Car leaves Doubledav for Square 7 minutes
belore eat h hour.
Passengers from Doublrdnv fr Kfrlsrc'a
and vice versa, transfer at Company's yard.
HnjfKnKe 25 cents for each piece carried on
VVaitine Room for Ladies nt Mrnn ll
ring & Weaver's, No. .10 Patron avenue.
Observe signs on outside of car for its des
tinntion. Train ear meets each traiu.
One valise allowed each passenger on naas
THB AHHBYILLB STREET RV. CO.
Healed uroiKisals will 1t received from sur
veyors and engineers at this ofHce for the sur
veying of a road irom the county line, at the
head of SnrinK ere k. via Big and Little Pine
creeks to Marshall; thence by way of Mars
hiii to Yancey coanty line, at tne nead of
lvyt until 12 o'clock noon.Novemlier4,18Rt.
Register of Deeds, Madison count v.
Marshall, N. C, Oct. 1J, '. dtnov