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THE DAILY CITIZKN.
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SATTKPAY, AlCI'ST in, 1SS!.
COnMI'TATION OF PKXAI.TV.
A SKii;il UUniin from K.ik-ih in
formed us nil Tlnirsihu nielli llt;it fniv.
l-'iiwlc li.-il cnmiiiiitcil the ilcatli sentence
of I'livid Hell, of M.tillsuii county, to
hiivc Ikvcii i-xc-cutcil on the lt'ith insl., to
ill) i ris hi moil t for lili- ;il hard labor in 1 1 if
It is no love of capital iiiinishiiifiiL, no
fjloatin for tin- lilmul ol a victim, that
vc take invasion to dissent lroiii this
SKfial f xiifisf ol f xtv utivc e Icnic m-v, bin
liccaiisc, it the law ilcliuitiy tin- nature
anil lixiito, llif (K-nalty of llic crime for
which Hill was ciinvictcil was ritilil . thin
the ocfnsion for its vigorous cnhircciucnt
had arriviil. Then- was an atrocity anil
brutality about this special aft which
has few parallels in such utl'cnccs; there
was a violation of the confulfiicc im
posed upon his honor and bis manliness
which stamped Hell as. 'Milan with whom
no dealings could thereafter be had; a
man who had wilfully and wickollv
thrust himself I icy i mil the pa If of huuiaui
ty, and beyond the reach of human mcr
cy. It occurs to us that the evidence in
trodiiccd on the trial establised a 'iiilt
of peculiar blackness; and there was
HCiicral sentiment that the verdict and
the senti 'ice were fniiufiitly just. What
after-evidence (.lint has come to liht
cannot invalidate fads clearly cstab
lished, They can pi to the extent only
so far as we know, of siucsthu.' the
mental irresponsibility of the affiiscd. In
that fasf, and in that only, does it a
pf.'ir to us that clemency is judiciously in
Wf do not understand how or why il
is that in criminal cases, after Jiufu'c
Solicitor and jury, after careful hearing
ami siftiuo of evidence and wciyhint; o
arguments, have reached the momentous
conclusion of 'nilt, they should start
back with .-1 llrili t, as it were, al what
they had done, and make haste to recede
and rescue the victim, as they now
construe him to be, from the fate t
which they had solemnly consigned him.
as if they had done awful wron. They
have no riht so to trillc with those
rave responsibilities, If they wcrcriyht
in the first instance they should bravely
stand to their conclusions. It is not
they, as individuals, who have done it
but the sworn othcers ot the law; it is
not their caprice nor their passion, theii
hate or their prejudice that solves the
ipiestioti of uill or innocence. It is tin
law and the evidence, and they stand rc-
licved of tiei-sniial responsibility when
thfy obt-y its mandates. If the laws be
wrniiH. if I hey be harsh, cruel, unjust, rc
iealj them. While they stand, execute
them. This facile yielding to every wail
of sympathy, to every sucstion of ten
derness is what makes the rifjid cxcfii
tion of the law so distrusted, and makes
apK-aI to mob law so ready and t're-
ipient. Law is a terrorto evildoers only
when it is cnlorccd with certainty. Its
uncertain cnforfcnifiit argues that so
ciety has no rights to be protected; and
that all the machinery of law is to be
used only for the protection of thosewho
assail those rights. When such comes to
be understood as rccopiutcd distinction,
then society, when outraged, will take
the law into its own hands. It will be
justified in so doinj;, lieeause all other re
course is denied it.
HRAiNAttK i-' mi u ihi:i:k.
The last Ilcndcrsonville Times says:
"Work on the Mud creek canal has
la-en delayed by the heavy rains for over
a week. It will licpn as soon as the wa
ters subside sutlicicntly lor the hands to
U into the swamp, liveryboily on the
creek has "conic in" and will do the
work, thereby obviating the necessity of
an assessment. The commissioners de
serve the thanks of all for the very effi
cient and impartial manner in which
tliev have located thcroutc. When these
lauds shall have been drained thev will
lie the richest, not onlv in this section
but the entire Slate."
We notice it lieeause the work to lie
done interests not merely Henderson
county, but affects beneficially the finan
cial condition of the whole State by the
additions to lie made both bv State and
county revenue. The area to be brought
into cultivation is lietweeu 1 .1,1 Mil I and
UD, 11(1(1 acres of land cxiilieranlly rich, cs
liccially productive in corn and grasses.
Mr. Darker, who lives on the south side
of the creek, opposite Ilcndcrsonville, has
proved its value, his corn crops standing
as thick and luxuriant on the tracts he
hnsililclieil and drained as if they grew on
the Mississippi bottoms.
The existence of a broad creek Imttoni
reiuiriiiK the work of laborious and
costly drainage npiicnrs to lie an anoni
aiy in tue mountains, ami is imiecd a re
markable one. Mud creek, rising a few
miles west of Hendersonville, in a range
of mountains jutting out from the Blue
Kidge towards the north with an exten
sion of eight or ten miles, first flows cast
parallel with, and a very few feet liclow
the summit level of the Illuc Kidge, which
is along here much depressed 2,2"i) feet
nnd with very little cost, might Ik
drained over the mountains into the val
ley of Hungry river. Hut the barrier is
high enough to divert the course of the
stream northward, in which direction it
flows for a few miles, when it again turns
westward, and falls, after a course of
about twenty miles, into the French
Broad only six or eight miles below its
source. Throughout its whole length,
with the exception of the upper tributary
branches, it flows through a flat swamp
of front SIM) to I, Mi) yards in width,
resembling, except in its vegetation, the
swamps of the eastern counties, nunc
more so than LuiiiIht river in Richmond
and KoIhsoii counties. The growth is
water oak, red birch, maple pine, and a
thick tangle ol brainhle, graic vines and
cane. A strongclcarcuncnt of from thirty
to fifty feet wide passes through it, cut
ting out of the bank in high water, form
ing numerous thoroughfares and mud
lagoons, hid in the summer with the pond
lily. The soil is very rich from source to
mouth. There is not a particle of mias
ma, and one may enjoy as pure anil
healthful ail close alongside this swamp
as on the top of I'isgah. Neither arc
there any mosipiilos.
Thecllcct of reclamation now going on
will lie to add a large bodyof arablclauil
to the area of cultivation, every inch ol
which, except that taken up by the cur
rent, can be put to use. livery acre will
produce, with ordinary skill inciiltuiv.nl
least fifty bushels of corn, ur three Ions
of grass. And the opcrationo!" drainage,
owing to the greater fall ol water ran lie
effected with much less difficulty ami
greater completeness than nllcmls the
drainage of the swamp lands in the east
ern counties. We regard this aslhcinosl
important work vet undertaken in this
section except that of railroad construc
tion, I HAXKI.IX .4X11 IIKVSON I'lTV.
The Swain Count v Herald gives an ac
count of a railroad meeting held recfulb
in liryson City to consider the feasibility
of making railroad connection bclwrrn
t he towns above named. It is a subiffl
wi ll worth considering, well worth push
ing to completion; and both Macon and
Swain count ies should exert their ctlorls
to effect it; the fust county more
lively than the last, lor Swain has facili
ties already, while Macon is lucl-cil up
Among the projects '.-onsiilcrcd was
that of an electrical road. That is by
no means a fanciful or chiniercial project;
lor the day perhaps is noi far disianl
when electricity will lie a universal mo
live power for railroads. Hut in this
.-asc il is premature, besides being ton
costly for the means ofilic projectors.
Such road would be isolated Iroui all
others, dependent upon iis own machin
ery and rolling stock; whereas, it should
be the object of the builders to make it a
link in a chain capable of indefinite c
ensiou.iu that case making use ol the
notice power ami rolling slock of the
roads with which il first becomes con-
More than fifty years ago the Malum
lap road, beginning in ('.corgia and run
ning across Norlli Carolina through the
ounlies ol Macon and Swain on its way
o Cincinnati was begun, and much
osily work done in ('.corgia. Then it
slopped, and no subsequent effort has
.-vcr sueeceedcil in galva 'iing it into ac
:ion. "1'wo rival companies hold eliar
lers over the route. Whether they arc
iilaying a dog in the manger policy oi
not we cannot tell. Hut the franchise is
too valuable to lie unused, and Macon
county has too much at slake to sutler
ucb condition without effort lochange
il. Macon cannot afford lo stand still
.chile all around is lifeaud progress. Ma
con with larger resources than any of
licm, with an earlier and a better start,
aniiiit act the sluggard wilhout fatal
niiury lo herself.
Wcarc sure there are men in Macon
ible and willing lo "lead the way out ol
the wilderness. Mr.Cieo. A. Jones thinks
here will be no difficulty in securing
HMi, lino in Macon by the issue of
bonds, we suppose; and we arc sure lit
is right. Now Id somct bing he under
taken hi earnest. The following sugges
ion, in the line of action made in the
nccling, has good sense in it:
"Il was also suggested that lorrrs-
pondence be okiiciI with the K. M- ).
leople anil sec il thev would lake hold ol
'he line provided the counties would
bond themselves for the above amount."
Iivcryonc, almost, who has visited
knoxville has met Mr. I'crcz liickiuson.
retired merchant of wealth, and has
been taken by him, or sent out by him.
to his beautiful and extensive Island
larni, a visit never to be forgotten as a
icciiiicu of fine agricultural develop
ment, or as a perlcct specimen of land
scape farming. Remembering with pleas
ure such visits have given our old friend.
ill who know him will be pleased to
hear o! a piece of good fortune which has
iccrucd to him. 1 luring the war (Jen.
Ilurnside destroyed a quantity of cotton
bcloiiL-ing to Mr. liickiuson for the value
of which subsequently he obtained
judgment before the court of claims for
$;Mi,tMMI, lor which his attorney in the
case, Col. Woods, was given a draft by
the treasury department, payable to Mr
Dickinson. Woods wanted as his lee one
fourth ol the recovery, or $l' f, (MM), which
Mr. I), refused to allow, and also rc-
lused to endorse the draft, still in Woods
hands. The draft was siibsciiicntlv re
lumed to the treasury, and Secretary
l-'airchild issued two new drafts, both
payable to liickiuson, but gave one ol
$1M,0!MJ to Woods, the other to Dickin
., Tl... 1....... i .
noo. i ne i.illct iciiiseii to endorse
either, and Woods brought suit to estab
lish his right to a lien on the judgment,
which suit was dismissed lor want of jur
isdiction, livenlually these two drafts
were also returned to the treasury, and
icting Secretary llatchcllor has just or
dered a draft lor the full amount of the
claim to Ik- issued to Mr. Dickinson.
leaving the question of fees to be settled
between the parlies.
Dr. I'arkerl'rayscrcani Van-Ola, Rosa
line, Ongaline and Diamond nail powder
having now become the ladies' favorites.
it 1". L. Jacob's drug store, these popular
manicure articles may always lie lound,
together with pocket emery Imard, or-
inge wood sticks, nail scissors, files ami I
other such rctpiisitcs. Also a complete
line ot drugs and toilet articles, in addi
tion to the llclic Soda Fountain from
which ice cold drinks are dispensed. Cor
ner Main street and I'atton avenue.
The expression "the lonji anil the short
of it" is never belter understood than
when man longs for money when he is
short of it.
If .von mi-c looking fin- tin1
best o-ooils for tin' It'iisl
iiitnicv ("ill Mostic Bros.
& W'Viji'lit. Tlit'ir stock is
sini)l,v iiiuiH'iisi'. iiiul fivsli.
nnd it niifilit well be wnrtli ;i
Jew's eye to you to inspect
their roods whileon the buy.
ClothiiiK ' ClotliiiiJt !
A lull iiiul complete line ol'
Cents' Keiuly M;nle Clot hiiitf,
Mini it must tit), jis we iire
cleiirin-r out for Fiilliirrivnls.
Il.-its iiiul dents' Furnish
inir (iootls il double supply
on liiind. in which we offer
speciid hi i rjrii ins.
Just opened the very l;it
est product ions of imported
iind American inaiiiifact ures
ami trimuiiii'is to match.
Choice extra line fabrics,
medium and lower rrades.
calculated to suit anybody.
For the next few days we
offer our uneiualed line of
Ladies' and ( hildreiis' tine
Parasols at trreatly reduced
rates, coniprisintrplain Silks,
fancies in Plaids and St ripes
with colored sticks at all
We can suit anybody
Table Linen. Towels, etc.
Ituots and Shoes.
We will make il to your in
terest to inspect our well se
lected stock of Ladies' ami
Mens' Fine Shoes, medium
and lower Tildes.
Our Barirain Counters are
still at tract in".' and pleasing
t he barirain seekers.
A full line of Directory Kin-h-ino-
When you call foraiiythiiiir
in the Dry (loodsliiieyoii will
not be bolhered with that old
chestnut "Just out.''
BOSTIC BUOS. & WKHiHT.
HOOKS AM) STATION ICR Y,
I'KTTKKS AMI 1-KAMIiS,
III.AMi HOOKS, I VI;k V liKAUli,
imi.i.s. Toys ami i;ami:s.
III i I'll I-IIUTIMIKAI'IIIC AMI H A N I
22 S. HI a in Street.
ARTHUR 31. FIELI,
- II. I,. LAN..
Practical Watchmaker and
Wc nnikf u sptiialty ot' repairing Watthi's
that have never kept mn time or that have
failed at the hands of inennipetetit workmen.
Parties wanting Koud jlasseM can have
their eyed examined free of charge.
We oiler at retail for :tu days the following
oods at wholesale priees:
:( oz. Ore Silver Genuine liliti or Wal-
tham Wateh JI-.H."
2 oz. Coin Silver ".iio
Also speeial bargains in Cloeks and Jewelry.
A tine assortment of I'tnlirellaH and fane.
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION-"
Is thai line lot of li.N'i'.I.ISH IIKIIU.liS nnil
TIIKIiE-llllKN CHAMOIS SKAT SAlllll.liS
J. M. ALEXANDER'S
Anil the low irieen at which he in sclliiiK nil
KooiIh in hiH line.
lie ha increnseil his fiirce ami intenils to
meet the ilcniiuul.
MRS. C. R. KI1PP,
VJ'J Haywood Si reset,
(Formerly of York, I'cnnaylranin. I
First-Clara ilonrd. Blcunntly Funiishcd
We have -i nicelineof I'oys'
Suits, such makes as lloircrs.
Peet cV Co.
Tumble, etc., well made, neat
and stylish. To close out a
few broken lines we have
made extremely low prices
on theni. ill cost ami some
below cost. Ziefrler Bros."
Boys' Shoes arc the best
wearers you can buy and are
alwavs sill isfaHorv.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
One Iriee Striellv.
I'lUr.'iiift cv.Tiiiii.ittiMis Sept. ,"i Mini I. Ki-t-itnlifiis
ami l.i i't urrs hi-iu pn TiiplI Si pi
St ut 1 fur in fiit;il iif ut i niff 1 1 1
Ji Ml N i'. CKi Vi;i.l.. Pnsi-lt ill,
juii'-'ii il-'ni Triuiiv C'tilUr, N.C
St. 3Iar's School,
The NiiKtv l'illli Scnil Aniiiuil Sissiou lie-
14MIS miimiay. si:i'-i i-;m i-.i-;k fj, iss-i.
I'or caul. 'inns, .-ulilrcss the Sector,
REV. BEMMETT SMEDES. A. M.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
ASHEVILLE. N. C.
Ronald KlaeOoiialtl, It. A
Tin- scholastic year will open
wi:iiM-:sh.Y, si;i-ri:.i iu;k is.
Terms--ll.-.ar.l. Tuition in all lu aiiclic
an. I every expense, $:ion pcr anni,1N. i;
scholars $so ,-i it ti ii i ti .
I-'' i flirt In i iiil.ii inaiiuii ai.ilt-css K-;-, 1
II. Ill l-.l., Ash, Mile. N. C. Illllil Si-pt. l
alter that ad. Ires- M K. !.'( INA I.I I MacIuiN
M.li, llea.l Muster. jnlL-7 ,;
ICtiV.lisli and I'reneli
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No. ..n l i,ml, p.,,,;l Avenue.
IVWS. BUKUWYN IHAITLAND. . PRINCIPAL.
r-'ii's A s si i, ) ; 1 1 I ' ri nei 1 hi 1 iif Ml
n mi-iii inc. n.-illiiniire. I
Assistcil liy .
em 1 in i,
The cinirsi .il iiiMnu lion inclnilcs tllcllsll
lniKlish l.iaa.h,- iiiil, I'nncli nnil Latin
lixtrns-Mn-ic. i.irniaii. An Neeille Work
I'ainlini; mi ( hiaa. Haii, iiiK aml i,inv.
Special atlinlaai Kiini tl, n,t. trainhlK
Utile Kil ls. iuikI il-lll
SALEM FEMALE ACADEMY,
LARGEST. OLDEST AND BEST FEMALE COL
LEGE IN THE SOUTH.
IMSMfill ,, ,s AllKIIsI -J 7 ISK'I. I-acilIt
.io I rnlessois ami Uacliels. SK-cinl feature
- . '' i '''.'ii i naiaelcr. llealtn am
intellect. I ol y ..un,,.,, 1'renniatoi v am
Colleiale iliparliiieiils, liesiiles lirst-class
. . -. i '.asic. .ii? Landmines ami Colli
Scnil lor Calrilueai,. o,
., lv i-'i c .i. ii. ci.Kwin.i.,
.iii.l il.Vww Principal.
i iisiiipassni loi tliii-.,iii;liiiessiil inslnictioii
In-.'iltliliilin-ss ami u-antv ur sitiiMli.m lit. -ill
tics i..rci.iin.irt. imiral aml reliuioiis tone
.n.i.s, m trait. ( mli r caliili. cla
ve. I'. lllCKINSilN,
il taiii;! I. tn th sat Principal.
UINVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
Cliapcl Hill, IV. C.
Tl... , : . . - ..
. ... ... -. stsKiuii ucKms.-scpi.;i, i.hnii. I 11 or-
"una insii-iielion is ntlercil in I. teraliire s.-i.
ciiee. Philiisiiphv anil l.nw. Tuition. $:illicr
l;nr catalogue mlrlress
III IN. K liM P P. IIATTI.H,
jiild ileiiililw tu th sat
Ask Tour Retailer for the
According to Your Needs.
... ..n.ujr uaey ,ne nm flpjp (j
3 SHOE Is abaiilutrly the
ly tH of IL prlc wMch
lin cvpr been placed e.
unilvcly on the market
in wnicn aonbllity
Ihr the iVT4 s H 4v ,.4PPar.
Jlcani ti Sboe for Boyl
J. MEANS 4c CO., Iloaioa.
Fall line sf the above nhoca for sale by
Hostlc Bros. H W'rljtlit,
ASIIIiVILLK, N. C.
fehSilri.lm t th Mt
nnd Whiskey Has.
Its cured st noma with
out pain. Book of par.
' AUsau, iiav. mDoo SM WoUaUkU v
fehindawlT tilth sat
E L.'vic.. mm
KEEPING IT UP ! !
Vi I rii'il in write nir inl-
vi-rt isi'iiicnl ;iiiiMiiiiiiiii,ii' our
jji'iil of Liiwn 1 )n 'sscs so pl.-iiii-
Iv tliiit no oih' coiilil inisiiii-l"rst,-ni(l
it. Wc luivi iH'vcr
iiie.'iiit I h.-it wc would iivc ii
lifiw n lrcss wit Ii ( tue )oll;ir"s
AVI i t Ii of any f our ffootls
xolil. luit only wit Ii ii Doll.ir's
wortli of Ihi'ss floods, .-mil
wc cspcci.-illv c.ccitc(l White
(iooiIs. Our rciisons were
these: Wc iirc i'oiii1'' to iplit
kcciin' .-ill kinds of Dress
( ioods, except White (ioods,
.iinl in order to dear them
out we liive these I;iwns
,i wily, litits of l.iidies luivc
iiviiilcd Iheinsclves of our
offer, but wc 1 Ii I ve (plite; pile
of the Lawn yet which we
shiill coiitiniie to;ive ;iw;l,v.
hile ,-it t he siiuic t inie wcsell
I he Kress (Ioods thiit j;'o with
it nt cost. Our stock of
White (Ioods. Flouiicin's.
L.-iwns. Indiii Linens, pliiiu
iiid dotted Swisses. Iijirred
.M iislins.ii ud otlier tln'n floods
suitiilile for t hcsciison is verv
l.'iriic. ; l in I we filliiriintce (he
prices t o lie ils low ;is those
ol iinyliody, Our white
Ioods. I liiiliroidcrics, 1 1 1 1 1 1-
mrus. Li i ces iind Kilfiinj-'s
ire nil new. fresh fi-oods. No
need to clcilll t hem ;i ft or Voll
et tlicin. luit nr pootlfi. nnd
sold ;is low iisothcrsthiit .-ire
lly-spcckcd iind shop-worn.
nnil in many rusrs tower. If
pcojile will exjiiiiine licl'ore
1 hey liny wc will lie content .
Wc wish wu could impress
Upon our people the filet thill
our store is the plnce to buy
their Shoes. We probiilily
li;ivetlieiiii'i;-cst stock in town
outside of ii rejiuliir shoe
store, from ;i Ladies' I'ebble
(loiit. button, tluit we war
rant solid leather, top. hot
torn, insult' nnd out. for
1 .27. to a line French Kid.
We haven .Mnn'sShoein Lace
iind Congress the "Racket
Shoe" which we have made.
Wcsell them at 2. and will
match them with any shoe
sold in Asheville for .ft2.."i),
"A'linrantfH'iii"-ours to be equal
in quality, style and lit. Of
course we keepall thechenper
"Tildes, both for men and
women, suitable for rouh
wear, iind when we can f'et
people to priccthem we rarely
fail to sell. We ha ve a full
sized Mexican Orass Ham
mock for fl.(iS wortli .f2.
Lots of cheaper ones also.
Iliiininock Stretchers i ts.
eiich. 2, :. 4, ( iind H-qunrt
Ice ('ream Freezers, every one
warranted sis i'ood ns mi,v
ninth', iind where nl'ti-r trinl
they tail to give perfect satis
faction ire it'turii tho money.
prices be-iin at l.."nS for
quarts. We have a few suits
of light weight Clothing
which we are anxious to sell,
not anxious enough to sell
them fit cost, but willing to
sell them lowertliiiiiiiiivniiin
in Asheville will match them
for. We keepeverythingiind
only ask that you see whet her
we have what you want be
fore you buy. Another sup
oxes of ;t(K)s others ask
ITn-. for 200s.
(lo to all the stores iind
trice goods if you wish to.
We only ask that you w ill
not hny until you have juiced
GEO.T. JONES & CO.
N. Y. Office, 466 Broadway. I
ONE YEAR AGO.
The finest and best equip
ped Drug Store in North Car
olina was opened in Asheville
by T. C. Smith & Co.-After
eighteen years of prosperity
in the wholesale and retail
drug business fit Charlotte,
thev sold out and moved to
Asheville, where they secured
the best and handsomest
storeroom in thecity litted
up in style, with nil the la test
appliances and conveniences
possessed by other modern
I rug stores. Twelve months
have passed since this vent
ure Wiis made they Iind the
outlook fiir ahead of their
expect at ions business grow
ing larger monthly, having
already reached a solid basis.
Their success demonstrates
what Asheville will do, for
those who come here with
"the know how." Prescrip
tions and general business
have poured into this New
Drug Store until necessity
compels t he employment of a
large force of thoroughly
competent clerks. This new
linn do not want theearth,
only ii small part of it. They
arc entering the second year
of t heir business career with
new snap, large stock, ample
raw cash to make Inrgcaddi
Ih ns.big trade already es
tablished, a successful piist
and ii bright future. These
facts show what can be done
for those who have a well
grounded faith in the com
mercial importance of out
growing city for those who
have the nerve to burn all the
bridges behind them, iind
give proper attention to their
business. The people are
kindly asked to continue
(heir favors to this prosper
ous iind busy drug store,
where every article sold is
warranted us represented, or
purchase money refunded.
Address T. C. Smith & Co.,
Lending Wholesale and Re
tail ami Prescription Drug
gists. Asheville. N. ( '.
RICHMOND IIANVII.I.F. RAII.ROAII
tWestern North ei'U'l.nn Division.)
Asmkvii.i.k. N. C, lime l. ls.N',1. I
I'ASSKNOIJK TWAIN "sc 1 1 I.I i: ' I .Ii.
I.N KKI'KCT .rvK2. IsH'.l;
I I No. "..-I j
" New York,
lll iin I 1 .r t.pni
4-L'ii.-iiii r .i.'ipiii I
'.M.7.-1111 1 louupiii
7 l:iim l5:tam
lillllfltll 1 llptlll
:i:ui.iii ;i(ii,ni j
' Kiehinoiul. I .'l;tllpin .'iirialill
" RnleiKli, I 111'Jpinl H:tiiaiii
" ('.olilHliorii, I .'tltlpiil llj.rillpiil
" Wilmington liniiiinl
I No. r.-i
I 1 1 ri)uni
" Thoillasville, Co
" Mi. Ink.
" New I Irlenns
l 1 finni
I No. n
I No. nn 1 No. ns 1 No. r.4
7 4i lam
'.i Sua in
li 1 op 111
7 41 lam
tl S( la in
f 41 lain
7 1 5am
1 1 4ram
Ar. Hot Springs
Ar. Hot Springs
" St. Louis,
MCHIMI Y H RANCH.
I No. 1M
I III 1.7am
J ." 4Kpm
I No. 17
:i sr. pin
S- SleepiiiK ears on all niht trains.
IAS. I.. TAYLOR, V. A. WlNlll'KN,
I". A. I). V A.
Sill.. HAAS, T. M.
ConiiueneiiiK June .'111, thefollow-itiK I'llsseir
Ker I ram Serviev will lie oieruteil 011 Sun
ilays lietweeu Asheville and Waynesville:
No. IS. I
!1 llliiiml "
it 47 am
in il.-iiiint "
I No. 11
Air I 7 n.'lpm
7 SK pin
7 14 inn
I'iKeon River "
II Tilt pm
fl :I7 pm
J. W. SCIIARTLE,
4a N. Main St.
Will eollet t drills for anyone in the ritv for
!. - """'i" ir remind ami eol-
leetini: rents on houses. Will Mil luniilure
on weekly paynients.
.(. B. JllllNSliN.
At Itlnir's l-iirnitiirr store,
, 37 I'Htton Avenue.
Krfrren.-es civen mnrltilHm
JAM IiS FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Auent for Rerms Crtek Woolen Mill..
North Main . AsbcvUlc, N. C.
NEW ICE CREAM GARDEN.
ICIcclrlc t ars Past tlic Iuor.
I hen-will till tin- pulilie thnl this il,,,-.
May 1. I have milled to my well known Kes.
taiirnnt a line
Ice Cream Garden,
Tin- same litis been titml tip iuatl- for the oc
lasiuii ami I vill ahvnvs have on linml the
mis anil Sherliets flnil Cakes
Also, ean supply lamilies at shorlt-Kt notiee
in Iiuki- or small iiiantities. So eimie in Kooil
time anil have some line lee Cream anil Cakes
anil ilon't linnet that at Strauss' you willj;tt'.
Tlic Hcsl ol" Ice Cream,
iiiul w here always polite anil attentive wait .
eis will he pleaseil to serve. Come enrlv..
eoilie ol'teil, eonie one, eonie all, nnil Kivf
your Irieml Slrauss a koihI many calls.
VYIt.l. III! (llM-.KF.il IOK Till! SliASdN:
OF ISS'J (IN
The First ol' June.
The loentiiiii of this Hotel on the summit oif
i';esai--s Heml Mouulaiu, an oiltlyiui spuror
llie lllue KiilKe, in upur South Carolina.,
atVoi-ils a elimatc anil water utu-ipialetl.
As a summer resort it has uopurallel in the:
AVERAGE TEMPERATUKE, FROM 60" TO 70v
'hilsl its iiaturat seenery is vai; Vil anil utaind
''i-yoiul eiiiH-eptiou. C lol l, tt xut-sls eiim-
1 ill I.v eonsulleil. I.iveiv mJplpily mail KSs-
ly re.-ulieil IViim Ashevil'e in, one ilav, orh-om
I lenileisouville iu llall a, iJiia , over 1I1 li;lilliil
nails, IhrouKh u loiiiiintu.' uuil eli.-u miiiK
k. a. ni 1 1. 1 ;s.
AKIICN t'AHK JIOTIX
AND FAMILY COTTAGES,
:, ttiili s smith ol Atilu vilU-. on the A. S.
.'iiitnaii is now open lor the hi'mnhii.
For eireulars address
T1KJS A. MOKKIS, 1'rop'r,
niny'.Mtr .nUn, N. C.
This lieautirul summer resort is sitawtiril
iiuiiu-iliiilely on the Murphy Divisive f the .
V. N. C. R. K.. hall way iH-lwrnt Asheville
mil Wayni-sville, autoiiK the most altraetivr;
seenery in the mountains.
Till- hotel is new anil well I'm nisllcil., ho-);
ni'l well venlilateil. TiUmapli 9hI I'osti
llliees in the house-.
Fresh mutton, milk ami butter sin.nt
'loin the prelliises.
I'arties ean leave Asheville in the morniUK
'ake dinner anil retain in thi-eveninK.
For terms ami other iufornialion. imply to
J. C. Sinatlicr.H,
I'll IV ATIi BOARD,
NliW IIIICSH! NliWl.l I'I'RNISIIIvIlt
Al.l. MIIDKKN l.Ml'KuVliMI-NTS.
MRS. E. J. THYLER AND MRS N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 1M1 Haywood Street,
A larite, mry house. :I1N Fntton Avenue,
nil street enr line. C001I loealion. Ternm
reasoualile. Cooil fare.
jiiltil.lm MRS. ,. L. SM ATIII-RS.
Mrs W. I'. I'enlev is prepaH-d to take a
lew niei- lioanlers at .Hill N. Main St.. lermi.
mis of the strei t ear line. Tnlile mioil. I runs
MRS. ST STEVENSON
Mas removed to the Johnston lluildinKl PntJ
ton avenue, corner ot Chureh utreet. w here
she is prepared to keep rexular or transient
hoarders. Talile furnished with the best the
miirketutloril.. Terms reasonable. innr.tlmO
McDowell Co., N. C.
ISituateil on the W. N. C. R. R. An fiour-
ride from Asheville.)
First class in every resset. Minernl wnlcra
I.ilhia. Iron, Alum ami Iron. Red and
White Sulphur and MiiKilesin.
The most picturesiuc spot in Western
Terms reasonable. Sieeiul rates to lami
J. Bulow Krwin,
Or tho Liquor Habit, Positively Cured
ul.iV?'S"a!n UKV ieir.
-IrJi ?Siii U B bw'tly harmieM ami will
Jhepatlent is . mortal nrTnkJr or . Trh"l"
rreek. iT never its We m I A D a sj-rtrE:
a rnnipieic care U every Wane, tn uaio IS.k
MEAi AllreM In oonudenco,
BOLDEN SPECIFIC CO, 1 8ft Ran tl- Ckuk.lLO.
FOR r,lEN ONLY!
A POSITIVE 'or L08T or FUtlnt 0 MAKHOOD;
O.TTTJ "P Wnlnii .r Boilvaiid iii4: EffMta
w f Error, ar Iimw ia Old or Tonu.
L-fcMt, Holilr llYlinOlil.il, RrOT.. Hot to I.larf m4
Mrnibr WKik.i aiiKVuuirrii iiBuiws h riarsoi innK
li-alpMlf; rnw 41 St.lr Trrrtlarfe, mm4 i'rrM TMalrW.
"iwurn aa. niu.tai.ii.UM, aa tmI..im
II tna. Mm UK MillCAl t$n llFlAlt, 1. 1
A NEW HKKD, carrfullj prepared by lead
' " Inn mrm Im-tt, t K. Aal...ili i -
ne-t parchment and henvv flat paper), cof
criim all nmanarr points, lust tint and now
on sale at the office of tnc citim Pun ..u
ln Co , Nn. a North Cnnrt Hoaxer, 'laninti