Mount Mitchell Hotel, Black Mountain, NC
MOUNT MITCHELL HOTEL, Black Mountain, N. C. This new and commodious hotel situated on the Western North Carp- Carp- Una Railroad, three miles west of the Swannanoa tunnel, and sixteen miles east of Asheville, and within eight miies of the famous and historic Mt. Mitchell the highest peak in the State, and which has attracted so mu:h attention, will he open on June the 1st 1885, for the reception of truests and visitors for tho . season It is the aim ofthe manager to 1 ur- ur- nish superior accommodations at moderate rates, and his well-known well-known well-known ax penence together with the 1 act that Mr. J. M, Stepp is the sole owner of the property, and has expended largo sums of money, rendering it one of the- the- finest hotel structures in the mountains of North Carolina, is sufficient guarantee that no pains will be spared in all minor details to romote the comfort of guests. The ocatlon of this hotel is far superior to any in the . western part of the State, being at the foot ofthe famous Mt. Mitchell that over-looks over-looks over-looks far in the distance hundreds of miles, without without an obstruction ; and from its elevated elevated position makes it an object of curiosity. Families can be furnished with euites of capacious and convenient convenient rooms. Tho table will be alwavs suDollod with the best the country affords, and the comfort of the guests will be constantly attended to by a corps of thoroughly trained servants. The thoroughly trained servants. undcrsiened so long and favorably oxm as proprietor of the Purcell uuuac, ti umiugwa, . aiiu mure recenUy pioprietor of The Davis House, Wilmington, N. C, and mure in saying that he has taken charge as manager of this hotel, where he will be pleased to see his many old mends and acquaintances and the public I generally. . J. it. Davis, Manager. J. M. Stepp, Owner.