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ASIIEVILtE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0, 1800.
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I Nature should t ;
atslatjtl in th
spring to throw orf
the neavlriosa o:
circulation of the
don It io well, an
prompt or bo wifely
as Bwlft't Soeciuo.
I havo used 8, B. R. for a number of
vcars, and consider It tlio best tonic an '
lilood remedy tlml I over uw.il. In fit
I would nut attonint to enter upon
sptini; or si.iniiiur ii thia climnte witl
out it. li. W. Comcman,
Of Coleman Ferguson & Co..
Dule City, F u.
Our book on ISlo '1 and Hkln Diaot m
Swift Rpkcifio Co.. Atlanta, Go.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
I. a. Horn as?. ia Hendry Mock.
MRS. M. F. FITGH, M. D.,
SPKCIALI S T.
ACCOUCHEUR AND GYNAECOLOGIST.
NO. (1. HI'KUCK ST., A8H1iVII,M., N. C
N. It. Nuti-rvHiilciit pnticntnfur.ilnhrri with
(irnt china roomn, board ami profcnnioiiul
A. II. COBB,
STliiN OG 11 A KR,
"a. s7 ' GkAiiXi
J Mici' Over J. II. Law's Mturc, riouth Main
With una rioe.
4'illhlK with ailver or nmalKnni.. ..toe. iiiTftc.
" " K"ld $l,oonnil upward,
tlet i)l troth $0.1)11.
J lent act of teeth f K.OO.
Ni lieltrr mnde, n.i matter what you pay.
m7a7 ne wl and,
Attorney at Lhwi
MARION, N. C,
Will practice In the 10th nml ll!ih Judicial
liiatricta of Nurth Carolina and in the iSu
i in-mi- Court and the Federal Court of the
Wen tent IMntriet of North Carolinti.
l it HO. F, I IA VtimoN, TllOM. A. JONRH,
rtulciith. Ja. 41. Maktik. Anl evillc
AVItlSON. MARTIN At JON UK,
Attorney and Couunellorn at Law,
Anhevlllc, N. C.
Will nr-uticr In the 1 1 th nnd tilth Itidiciiil
liintrictn, nnd In the Huprrtne Court of North
Carolina, nnd in the Federal Courtn of the
IV rn tern district of North Carolina.
Kricr to Hank of Aidieville. dtncl
Architect and Contractor.
IMnna, npeciflcationn and cntimutrn fur
nlohrd. All work in my line contracted for,
nnd no charge for drawinjc on contract
Kefcririi-cii when dent red.
oilice: No. 12 Hendry llloek. North Court
itinrc, Aaheville, N. t IrhV.idly
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Urn, Rccvvi & Hiulth.
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I'ltttMl A Wit It.
Ti-rtli cxtractid wtthmit urtin. with thi-iiew
Niui'Mthetic, uihIhII cniitii ill irivvlm itv nil
rwtiil. citai i
"AM 8 A V, U. O H.
In Uiiiiiiinl Itiitlilin4l'iriii' - t'i'
A . nut nnd MmnMr.t
11 r. 1. i Arrin(a9
IMIIinit (n th n ihHiiIiv. nUo tmiiiitif dU
etnu'd fiiiiiiH, nnd nil iIinmihh iHTtidnttiu
the dcutnl Mtrui'tun1. imIut rom " I'ut
ton Hveiiuc, over Kaynor in Hniith's druK
J. W. KOLLINUH,
I will pracllrr In thr rlty and unrruunillnit
omttat W. I'. Illnntnn tk Co.'s Mnlilr, 71
Mouth Main Mtnrt. aprl
I ASTRAL I Hi
ABSOLUTELY 8AFE I
Burnt In my Limp without danger of
Exploding or taking fir a. Sea that you
gat tha ganiilna. For aala by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AHHKVILLR. N. C
TUB LAKOKST ANII HliHT UUl'H'I'IIU IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES'
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AnalyMS of Mrtnla, om, Col or Coke, Mln
cral Wnlera, Pcrtlllicrs, etc.
I'KICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mlnlna prniwrty Inmtlicatcii, aYrlopri
boiifiht nml mild,
Mnmplr. can itt wrnt by mall or eipm.. II
Sent by eitreM, rhsriies tnti.t he prepaid
Agents wanted in every place.
DR H C WOLTCRKCK,
nnvW rtArwIV MnnnufT
a hi FtciFit V vniv
JOOK TO' HOMkN"JUMaria
HMOriM KBUUTM CO. ATLANTA BA.
EVERY ONE OF 'EM'S GOOD
HKI.KCT READING FOR "CITI
SKM" tWBttCRI REKIt
No Politic.) In TltlH, Rut a llood
Deal of luterettt to Kveryoody
Wuo Llkea a Uood atory or
I'rom the New York Bun.
President Lincoln ia reputed to have
snved nenrly $70,000 during his te m of
n little more than four yenra, when his
office was worth only $25,000 a year.
President Grant, who lircd in the White
House ci)ht yean, part of the time at
$50,000 a year, must linve saved much
more than Lincoln, though thia was
afterward sunk in the speculations in
which he was involved bclore Ins ilentn
One hundred thousand dollars wouli!
probably lull considerably short ol whnt
Mr. Cleveland saved in Washington from
his official $200,000. (ien. Harrison
whose term will be naloniraa Cleveland's.
lias a larger family, but he also possesses
more experience in retrenchment; and
why should he not save while President
naniucnnsms preacccssorr ine ra
dent's stiuend. while $50,000 in theory.
in in lin t much more. There is added to
this a house nnd most of ita service, iU
heut and light ; much garden truck Irom
the I'Cflcriil preserves; anil the stables.
t i ..r.i t..u...:..
II UlC prvweill llicillllill'lll III liie iinun
Mansinn docs not save ut least $100,'
0110 while be lives there, it will be be
cause he has plunged into a system of ex
iravouauce audi as the lloosier educa.
tion could never countenance. Hut the
evidence is that Ilia style is not in that
It Will he a' World ol ItHCir Then.
('ruin the I'lttNliurKh Dittpatch.
I heard a atory of William II. Seward
the other (lav. which I think is a new
one. I am not certain, but 1 am im
pressed with a conviction that it comes
from Miss Olive Kisley Seward, an
adopted ilnuuhtcr of the late Secretary
whose llobcniiiin litcrnrv salon is one ol
the most chnrming places to which one
can have the entree at the national capi-
ital. It was at the time when there was
ureal agitation of the removal ot the
capital, and all Washington was alarmed
l mic ol the most scared ones aaiu to sec
rcturv Seward :
"N'r. Sewnrd, do vou think the cup.
itnl will lie removed from nsliiiiutoii
"Yes I think it will " was the reply
' Hut where; to C hu'itgof
"What! Not to St. Louis?"
"Well, where then?"
"To the city of Mexico. That will
probably lie the centre of population of
the I nited Mules one ol tliese days.
The Oweel Prelude.
Prom the Huston Keeord.
A friend writes of a ludicrous incident
of last Sunday at a religious meeting in
West Gouldsboro, Maine. A young di
vinity student from Harvard, who is
passing n airtion of his vacation in this
charming suburbof Borllnrbor, occupied
the pulpit of the quaint little chapel on
last Saiibath morning. Waxing elooucnt
with his theme he sought to embellish his
discourse with numerous flights of poetic
fancy and allegorical illustrations. Puus-
ing a moment, alter one ol tnrsc supreme
mental etlorts, be continued. And now
my friends, let us listen to the low, sweet
At this juncture a cow beneath one of
the windows launched tortn into a scries
of such vigorous, discordant bellowing
that would have made the tromlmne
player ol a German street band green
with envy. The crimson flush of the
young man's face rivalled the hue on the
stuluc ul Julio Harvard.
When in Woclcty.
Prom Hill Nye' Utter.
Iio nut waste your hair oil on the wall
paper. Huiroil costs money, and we
eanimt lubricate the future with the
hair oil that is passed.
I in nut gawp and listen like a bump on
a lug while some one ia plnying at the
piaiiu. People will think ou ennic Irom
the count rv.
if vou urv a gentleman and should the
small tag at the base ol vourshirt bosom
It-come detached and protrude Ix-twccn
i nc waistcoat nnn pantaloons, do not
lose ben t or lavonie needlessly prolane,
inn either excuse youracll nnd retire lie-
hind the piano, or hold the large family
album in vour lap, and while ostensibly
searching the very soul of some meaty
and scared relative s tmrtrait you can re
arrange your yourself, meantime keei-
mg up a jicricci gab ul H'rsillage.
liMurance and Murder.
Prom the Hiitiinlny Kevlew.
Children are now insured before tbcv
are bom, and at the payment of one
iienny n week. This insures a sum which
far more than covers the funeral ex
licnscs, and the same child is often in
sured in more than one office. Under
such n system the father or mother may
make a profit of three or four pounds on
the death of a baby, to say nothing of
want would ne spent on mod nnn
clothes. The llishop of PctcrlKirouuh re.
ie.ited n shocking phrase, which explains
iibch, itnu wiuen wouiu oe ooiv wena-
ened by comment. They talk in a town
winch nc did not nnd winch we will not
mention of "having a little funeral nnd a
Two Worthy Nitmen.
Prom the New York Hun.
PiK-t I don't see how you have the
check to charge $73 for that suit.
Tailor My name ii worth something,
Poet, drnwiiiir his check Well I'll tnke
Tailor Hut this check is for $50 only.
Poet I know it but my name is worth
Mia Memory Worn Mtlll Wood.
Prom the New Vurk lleralil,
"No, thank you, Cleopatra," quoth
Antony, that happy Sunday afternoon
nt dinner. "I'll not partake of that deli
cacy. It was a Roman punch that killed
my good mend la-sur.
The Happy Doctor.
Beware of little sins mosnultoes drink
more blood than lions Denver Kond,
The veneering Is pretty thin on n great
many of the polished gentlemen you
meet, Atchison Globe,
Until preacher and baseball nilclicrs
need a uood style of delivery to become
successful. Berkshire News.
A man never liec.mes to homely that
he is not handsome to the woman he it
good to, Atchison UIoIk.
Our preachers do not write so many or
so wise proverbs ut did Solomon, but
thev have lewer wives and liettcr chil
dren. Burdctte, in the I'orum.
Siwakinu of the total depravity of hu
man nnture, have you ever noticed thut
nothing mnket a doctor to hniipv at to
discover tome new disease ? Burlington
Rrr. fin Uasealit.
The foot it that t her is altogether too
much ravercnce foT rascals and for rat
rally methods on tlio part of tolerably
decent people. Rascality la niotnresqne,
doubtleas, and in fiction it naa even itt
moral usua; but in real life it slionld
havn no toleration, and it it, aa a matter
of fact, seldom aroompaniexi by the abil
ity that it brags.
One proof that tha smart rogue is not
so smart aa he thinks and us other
think it that lie so often routes to griuf.
He arrives at his sua-csaes through bis
knowledge of the evil in men ; hncomos
to grief through his ignorance of the
good in men. He thinks he knows "hu
man nature," but he only half knows it.
Therefore he la couRuntly in dangnr of
making a f.ital mibtuke. For instance,
his exenau tu himself for lying and trick
ery is that lying and trickery are in
dulged in by otliera even by aoine men
who inn kn a loud bonat of virtue before
A lit Hi more or lean of lying nnd trick
cry seema to make do difference, he as
sume especially ao long aa there is uo
public display of lies and tricks fur hi
understands that there lmiiit ulways he a
contain outward propriety in order to in
suro eveu the iufcror kind of success be
ia aliiiiuK nt.
Dut having no uauble conscience to
guide him he underrates tho sensitive
nesa of other consciences and especially
the sensitiveness of that, yagne sentiment
culled "public opinion" and he mokes a
miscalculation, which, if It does not land
him in the pciiiteutiary, at leuat make
hint of no use to his respectable allies;
therefore of no use to hit semi-criminal
associatea; therefore a surpriNed, miser
able and vindictive failure. Centnry
Th OiMid Old limes.
Under Henry I ooiuera of false money
were liuuihbisl by the loss of their right
handa, and other mutilations of various
kinds were in common use. lu 1100 w
hear of heretics who had refused to alt-
jura their faith 1 icing handed over to the
church by tho civil authorities to be
branded with a hot ironou the forehead,
have their clothes torn off from the waist
up and e whipped through the public
strceta. Boycotting waa at that time a
legal practice, whatever It may lie now,
for the said heretics were not only for
bidden to wursliip aa they desired, bnt
forbidden to enter the bouses of ortbo
doi Is llevers, or even to purchase thf
necessaries of lite.
The popular notion of the crusaders at
an army of Bayards, "sans penr et sant
reproche," it hardly consistent with thf
coda of criminal law which Richard
Cceur da Lion enaoted for the especial
lament of tuose wltu whom ha set out
for holy Palestine. If any oue of them
were convicted of theft boiling uitcli
waa to be poured over hit head, then a
pillow full of feathers shaken over him
and he waa to be abandoned at the first
port the vessel touched. Whoever killed
another on board ship waa to be tied to
the corjwo and cast into the sea; whoever
killed another on shore waa to bo tied to
the corpse and burled with it. A blow
waa to lie poni-dicd by throe duckings in
the tea, and the ut of the kuifa in a
quarrel caused the aggreaaor to lose one
of his hands. All the lear Round.
H 4i. There In Heventreu Wayi.
I ran swim seventeen different ways,
some of w hich come under the head ot
fancy swimming. As a gymnast can go
thruii.di his regular performance so can
1 change rapidly from oue stylo of swim
ming to another. Fur a hundred yard
raco I recommend the American over
hand side stroke. 1 admit that some
say the turtle struku la the faster of the
two, but 1 roally think tha sido stroke ia
the fastest in the world. With the over
hand si.! stroke I swam 100 yards in
one minute and fifteen second, while
the turtle stroke occupied just one and
one-fifth seconds longer. I hare found
the turtle stroke very hard to keen up,
bernuso the movement arc quicker than
the side stroke movements. In A rari
ulways try to keep on the left aid of
yonr oppu::c:it, with yonr eye on him.
so he ca met make a spurt and get away
from yon. (msHniidiitroiu in New York
Mail ami I.xprcns.
A llorui will, a lllf Month,
At Roiiie. lla while a horse was loose
In the stable one of his hind feet Rut
caught in his month. It is supposed that
toe imitjul was rubbing the Hies from
his nose with bis hind fuot, whin by no
cldeut the foot passed into the mouth.
The li.M.r was shod with a heavy iron
shoe, nn-1 the sharp corners of the shoe
and hoof rut very painful wounds in the
luoutb. The animal fell to the ground
and i-untlniied tu struggle without relief.
When ha waa discovered he waa covered
with funiii and allowed every sign of a
fearful struggle. Flit master came and
succeeded In extracting the foot. Ex
We r.nt Lots of Peanuts.
The average yield of pennute appears
to lie atsiut lirty bushels to the acre, al
though It Miinrtinies goes aa high aa
aeveiity-llve nml fulls as low aa twenty-
five. Tii value to the producor of the
crop or I - .1 Oil Is estimated at not less
than t.'.i'-io.tHH). A simple calculation
will sli-i..' t lint the dally consump
tion of p -nils in the United Htt Is
alsiut IV mi s minis, or ten carloads,
rapniienti'itf an exjienditnre by the con
sumer of Irom t.Hl.OOOto 30,000 daily.
tit. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The islnr of nmWgrla Is not unlike
musk, but morn penetrating and also
more eiiiliiH'ig. Every one knows how
difficult it i. in remove the musk odor
from atiyt'ilng which hna ever been
touched wlili the 'afl of the rat. It Is
much more difficult to get rid of the
odor of .nine ambergris. Thia ac
counts fur lit great value to the mauo-factun-is
When Mast Lived In a Pint.
W'raiiiM'd in his dressing sown. aniH
with fis t ineaaed lu slippers, Friuiz Llsit
was sitling comfortably one evening in
his arm i-lialr. ready for work and invit
ing It-, plrntion, n tho Ibsir above, In
the ni 'rlnienta of a banker, a noli)
musical soiree was in progress. Polon
aises hud succeeded woltxes, and DOS
tonus hail followed polonaises, when
snddiuily the dour of the taluii opened
and Llst eiilered, still wrapped in hi
dressing gown. The astonishment of tht
comuin' may be tuiaglneil. With slow
step I.I' r.l walked toward the plaiui, and
the young key pounder who was sitting
at it quickly Wft hia place. Lisxt sat
down at tile Instrument, carelessly twept
his fingers over the keyt aa if to prelude,
and then suddenly be thut down the
cover aud put tho key in bit pocket.
And Immediately, with the eainu tran-
pill air with which he bad onterod, he
went out and roturned to hit room,
where be could work at hia
ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
LIST THAT IS WELL
A Table of the Altltudea of Weal,
era North Carolina Mountain
That Everybody Will Waul.
Below will be found a list of the differ
ent mountninsof Western North Carolina
with their several altitudes. The meas
urements are from Arnold Guyot. The
list it at folio wa :
VAI.LKV UP TIIK HWANNANOA.
itlltr. ft. llllOVL Ht'll.
Junction of Mat Creek with hwuu
nnnon Kiver 2,250
Joseph Stcpp't house 2,;i(i
liurnett s House 2,4-23
Lower Mountain house Jesse
Stepp't floor of piazza 2,770
w. I 'at ton s cnuiiii end ol car
nage road 3,24-1
Resting Place brook liehind last
loll cabin M.0"
Cpiier Mountain house S,24:
Ascending to loe Kiver Oai pas
sage muin branch above
IN Tllli lll.l'K KIIM-.K,
Toe Kiver Gap Iwtwecn Potato
Top nnd High Pinnacle 5,1 KK
High Pinnacle ot Blue Kidge 5,701
kockv Knob's south iienk 5,301
Hig Spring on Kocky Knob 5,(1X1
Grey Beard 5,48
1ILACK MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Mt. Mitchell 0,58!
Mt. Gibbs (i.o'.ll
Mcpp's Oap the cabin (l,lo:i
Mt. II il I back, or Sugurlouf. li,4o:i
DiaeK uoinc, or niitcneii s mgn
ieak, or Clingnian ul Stale
maps 0 70
Dome Gap 0,351
uiilsum Cone, Guyot ot btnte
Hairy Hear 0,010
Hear Gap 0,23
Black Brother f&imloz ot btutc
Cattail Peak 0,01 1
Kocky Tail Gap 0,38
Dear Mt. North Point 0,233
Long Kidgc South Point 0,208
Middle Point 0,250
North Point 0,28
Howlen's Pyramid North Iind 0,38
Blnekstock't Knob 0,381
Veulcs' Knob 5,075
CANKV MIVKK VA1.I.KV.
Green Ponds at Tom Wilson's
highest house 3,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3,1 lu
Wheeler's opposite Hig ivy Gap.. 2.U2
cattail 1-orK junction witn tu-
ney Kiver 2,873
Sandolor Gnp, or Low Gai sum
mit ol road 3,170
Humsvillc Court-house stiuurc... 2.8H
Orecn Mountain near Burnaville,
highest Kiuit ,30
r.KOt-l'tIP TIIK KOAN Mlll'NTAI.N.
Summit of .be road from liuriis-
villetoToe river 3,130
loe Kiver l-ord on the road Irom
Hurnsville to Konn Mountain. 2,131
Hairy t farm 2,370
lirigg t house, loot ot the Konn
Mountain vullcy of Little
Kock creek 2,757
Yellow Spot, above Hriuu't 5.158
Little Yellow Mount highest 5,1'.M
The Cold Spring summit of Kuan 0,132
Grassy Kulue Ball northeast con
tinuntion ol Kouu Mountain.. 0,2311
Koun HiL-h Bluff. 0.200
Koan High Knob 0,300
South Toe River Ford 2,532
Toe Kiver l-ord, near Autrev 2.5
North Toe Kiver l-'ord, below
Blue Kidgc head of Brushy creek. 3,25
Linvillc kiver Ford, below head of
Brushy creek 3,207
Linvillc Kiver, at Pierey't 3,Oo7
Headwaters of Linvillc and Wa
tauga Kiver, foot of Grand'
Grandfather Mountain summit
Watauga river nt Shull't mill
ixuid 2. 117
Tavlorsville, Tennessee 2,3!
Whitetups, Virginia C,530
PNOM lU'KNSVILI.K TII TIIK IIAI.II MOI'V
TAIN (IliSliKVATIIINS MAIIIt IIY I'KO
PI'.SSOk W. C. KKKK, Ol' llAVIbSON
COLI.HOK COMl'l TK1I II V MH.
l-.gypt cove at I'roltil s
iVoirs Camp Gn
Bald Mountain summit
VAI.LKV IIP TIIK lltti IVKY CHIiliK.
Dillinghnm't bouse la-low Yeutc's
Knot), or Biu Butte 2.5118
Junction of the three forks 2,270
iMiluinnn Carter s house 2,215
Stocksvillc nt Black Stock's 2,210
Mouth of Irey Kiver, by railroad
PKOM AKIIKVII.LK TO MOt'NT I'lSC.All.
Ashevillc Court house 2,250
Sulphur Springs the spring 2,002
1 1 ..... : . o..i 1 1 . .
lominy Cove nt Solomon Duvics'. 2,52
ittlc West Pisunh..
IlKl PIOKIIN VAI.I.KY.
Forks of Pigeon, nt Colonel Cntli-
Hast fork of Pigeon, at Captain T.
I-cnoir s 2.8r5
Wnynesvillc court house 3,750
Sulphur Spring, Richland vullcy
at lames K. (. Uovc s 2,710
Mr. Hill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek la-low Hill's 2,52
Cold Mountain 0,003
CHAIN OP TIIK KICIII.ANII IIALSAU,
Richland, between Richland creek
nnd the west fork of Pigeon
creek and nt K Mcdford's 2.038
U. Medlord's farm, foot of Lick-
stun s mountain 3.000
Lickston mountain 5,707
Deep Piueon Gap .1I07
Cold Spring mountain 5,015
Double hpring mountain u,3nll
Richland Biilsam or Cnney Fork
Balsam Divide II.25
Chimney Top 0,23
Spruce Ridge Top 0,070
i.une iinisnm h.mhm
Old Bald 0,780
CHAIN OP WHSTKNHK'S IIAt.ll.
Wcstener Bald north lieak 5,414
RKAT MIIII.I.K CHAIN 111' IIA I.SAM MOt'N
TAINS IIKTWKKN SCOTT'S CKKKK
AND LOW CKKI1K.
Knot Plott't farm north foot of
Old Field Mountain 5,100
llueklelierry Knob 5,H
linos Plott't Balsam first Hal-
tain, north end 0,007
ones' Balsam north point 0,223
South end 0,055
Rock Stnnd Knob 0,002
Brother Plott 0,240
Amos Plott't Unlsam, or Great
Rocky Face O.n.'ll
White Rock Ridge 6,528
Black Rock 5,815
Panther Knob 5,350
Perry Knob 0,020
VAI.LKV (IP SCOTT'S CHKP.K.
Love's sawmill 2,01 1
Muclure'a farm 3,285
Rood Gap, head ol Scott's creek... 3.357
John Brown's farm 3,04!)
Bryson s farm 2.173
John Love's farm 2,220
Webster Court House 2,203
VALI.KV OP TtJCKASKIil'.HIi AMI TKIItlTTA"
Tuckasecge river mill, below Welt
stcr, near tqc road to Diiulla-
Junction of Savannah creek
Junction ot Scott's creek
Ounllutown Main Store
Soco river, foril to Oconiiluflee
Soco Gnp rood summit
Amos Plott 'b farm on Pigeon
Ocoimltiftcc river, junction Brad
Robert Collins' highest house
Junction of Raven's und Straight
Junction of Bunch's creek
CHAIN OP TIIK (HIKAT KMllKV MOI'NTAIN
PHUM NUKTIIKAST TO Slll'TIIWIisT
i'NOM TIIK IIOI NI) IIP IIAVWllllll
COl'NTV TO TIIK OAP Ol' LIT
The Pillnr, head of Straight fork
ol Oconaliiftec river.
1 hermomcter Knob
Mt Guyot, so mimed by Mr. Buck
lev iu common
The True Brother, highest or mi
Top of Richland Kiilge
Kightlmiid or New Gup
UKori' OP 111 I.I.IIIiAll, TKNNKSSKB.
Central Peak, or Mt. Lccomplc fl.flli
west renk, or Alt. Curtis
North Peak, or Ml. Siallord
Alum Cave creek, junction with
L.UUC I'lgeou Kiver 3,848
C.HIi AT SMI IK V Mlll'NTAI.N MAIN CHAIN.
Road Gnp 5.271
Mt. Collins 0.18N
Collins' Gap 5,720
Alt. Love (1.3
Cliiiginan's Dome O.Oliii
Alt Buckley 0.50!)
Chimney Knob 5,588
nig Mouc .Mountain 5,01
tig Cherry Gap ,838
corner Knob 5,20
Forney Ridge Peak 5,087
1 hiinderhead .Ml 5.520
Sicnee Cabin ,!)H)
I urkey Knob .70
Opossum Imp 3,8u
.North Bald .711
fhe Great Bald's central neak .022
South Peak .708
fenncsscc Kiver at Hardin's 8!l!i
Hill House .Mt., summit road to
Montvalc SuriiiL's 2.."iL'
Montvale Springs, Tennessee 1 ,203
The Ually Cltlseii
Is always alive to the interests ol
Ashevillc and its K'oi!c.
Is the most popular advertising nu
llum in North Carolina.
Is read by a lireater miiiilicr of ncoulc
than any other secular paia-r in the
Is nlwnvs filled with the choicest read
me- matter of the ilnv
Boarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the L'l Mzkn.
M-ws, and all the news, makes the ClT-
izkn n general Invorite.
lo retail merchiint ever made a great
success without udverlisini;. Itv the
An advertisement in the t. itizkn navs
tne advertiser an iiundred-loiii.
Real Kntatc Ajcnt.
OFFICE 8 MAIN ST.. ( A. 0 COOPtHS" STORE. I
Kcnl l.otntc houiiht nnd nold nt nultllc nml
(iriviitc mile. Hint collected. I conductid a
Heal HHtutr nnd Auction liiiatiu ttn In Oniric
ton, H. C, ten yvtirn. nnd will itivc prompt
attention to nil lnimucHu put in my chnrKv.
juiv.-u i in
Street Car Schedule.
lUfdnnltiK nt 7a. m. Kndina in. on p.m.
Car leave Hqunrc for nil point on tin-
hour, nnJ twenty mul forty iiiiuuU-M there
niter. Hclu'dulr cam connect at Bipinre.
Train ear and Uukkhkc cur nieit rvcrv
train. One vnlliic allowrd each pnnxciiKer.
Hiikuhkc trnnai erred from ull poinintu the
city for lirt eentN.
TIIK ASHKVII.LK HTKIiKT NV. CO.
AKiumi.i.K, N. C.lut.v .'in, Mtm,
We the iinilcrMiKiu-il have til if ilayillKNulvcd
iliiirtnernltiii Itv tniilmil cimi-ut. 1. i'
Hrown retlrinuauil takinu the tin ami ofnmli-
in l.tminrtM in mom under ntorv, ami Thml
W.lliniHh tnkinu the entire ntnek in tore.
and will HNKume payment of all diiiln due hv
tne nrm ami will enliecl all nccountH Uuc mini
linn. J. C. Mkown,
ill All W. TllKAMII,
The underluned will continue to carry
Crockery, Sloven. HouNcluniiMliinu Horn a,
Ate, in all their lirauchcii ut the mime Ntnml
THAI) TIIK AMI.
The undrMiirned will conduct n irencrnl tin-
uinn and plumhhttf luaiiieH in liaaeiueut In
II hramiicM. All onlrrn lor work It It in ittore
will receive prompt at ten lion.
ANo entrance on Cdteffe Ntreet.
Home iM'onle ntrrrr with The Hiiii'm oplnlomi
about men nnd thltiuH, and Home m-opl -
Ion t ; hut everybody liken to K't h'dd of the
newnpaiHT which in never dull and never
afraid to Pjieak it mind.
liemoerntL know that for twetitv venm
The hun him fouuht In the front line for Dem
ocratic principle, never waverliiK or weak
ening In Un loyalty t the trut-lnteremn of the
party it ncrveH wttn leurienii iiueiii-it nce nnn
umntercHted viuor. At timea opimomi nave
littered nn to the bent nieatm of nccotniiMiih-
Iuk the common piintoNe; It In not The
Hun' fault il it Im neeit further into the null-
Kiuhtren hundred nun ninety in the venr
that will nrohuhly determine the remiltof the
reMidetitial election ol lHiiy, and iHThnim
he fortuneii ol the Peinoenuy for the rent of
he century. Vtetorv In IHpil In a duty, und
the heKliihhiKof IMio in the I tent time tontnrt
out In coin puny with The Hun.
uaiiy, iter in tin in pn o
llnllv. orr vur
Hand ay, per year 1.00
Hilly and Huiuluy, per year H.co
lull v nml Hum In v. iwr intttil it it.jti
Weekly, one year l.oo
AddrenN THIC MVN, New York.
"Mother's Friend" it growing in favor
iiouuijiiiiiii mc riuiiLii mill I. iiiiiiit rev'
oniiiieiiiled by physicians. We considc
it uiilisodiisable to those who know the
must pass through the ordeal of chili;
Write Hradfield Kcuiilntnr Company
Atlanta, Ga., for particulars, By all
The n-iiann HAIiAM'H
mickiiiii K 11.1. KM
I he mutt wiinilrrftil mril
ll'illC, is iH'i'llUiH. it llllM
never fnili-il in nnv In
stiiiiiT, no nmttrr whnl
tile ilnu'iiM. Irom l.li
KHSV to the Inipli.l
iiiM'uiir Known lotnenU'
The scientific men of
to-ilnv claim am
prove that every tilt
C'Ruacd by Mlvrobca,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
lUtt-rtniMfttt rt the MUrulwii ninl driven them
mil of the HVMtcin, "! whfti thut In dnr
you niiinnt Imvr nn iii hr or iiiini. N itint
tiT whnt tin (liHcnm'. w ht'thrr m alimilr cm
)' Main rin l-Vvcr or m conililnation of ili
ciiwH, wi cure ; thriii nil nt I h Miinir time. Mr
We iri'ttt Ull Ulal'UHCH t-otiatiiuilut Hiiy.
stim;i, Ciuisinnttimi, Cittnnh, Itroti
viitis, h'tn ttiitiitism, Kitmy uihI iJwr
iHsvitsv, C lulls nml rvvvr, reman-
Tnwhlcs, hi ull its .itrms, , in liivt
vwrv Hiscusv ktmwn tu the llumuu
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Sec thut our Trmlc-Mark (miiur an nhuvc)
npHrn nn cuciijuk
8rml for hook MlHnltiry of the Microlir
Kilk-r," K'Vvii nwny by
J. H. (.RANT, Ph. UM
Sole AKt'nt, Aithrvlllc, N. C.
novl? Ulv tu tri un
(SuctxKorn to Itaird tV Kretor.)
No. a8 North Main mrcct,
Have a full Mock of tverylhitijt to lie uneil in
fumilien in the way of cutuhtcn. All frenh and
f lent iuality. We ask our friend nnd the
public Kciierally to call and nee un. Kntin'nc-
lion Kuuruuteed. All k"'1 delWeml in the
city limiln. l'reh country produce a e
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Sfiitl ()n Dollar niui renew
your 8iilisci iitioii at once.
every wet ion of Western
In the State.
TO WEAK LIEN
BnffSrlnf from th. .ffeet. of youthful error, early
dM-ftf, WMtlne weainsM, lo.lm.nbood, era., 1 will
send a vslusbl. Itmum Imlsdi oonlalulnf fnU
pertlonltr. for bom. cure, FRtlof chue. a
splendid uedleal work t ahould b. rvadbr
bub who la Barron, and dabtlliaiai, addnea
rrof. V. C vowixa, Hoodia, Coaa.
norfl dScw lj
ANI1W HHHl), carerully oreparrd by lead
Ina members of the Aahrvllla hr .nn
finest parchment and heavv flat nanerl. en.,
erina all neeesanrjr points, juat oat and now
on aair at tne ontce 01 tne citiiss Pvli.h1
iso Co., No. S North Court aqaare, aalt
Maya The Huulhern
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accoinniodiittuna the very best till, moun
tain country can afford. Tern, rcaaonable
ii. poaalhle to muke tbem. Billiards, pool,
howling ulley, bull room, music, etc.
F. A. MILES. HI. D.,
fLct Sruaiss. Low Rati.
Four Trip, par Weak Ssaam
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
lHlMhaj, Haul! ni Mrin, ul lfc
II uma Wij luru,
vary Wnmk Day Balwwn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
nparitJ Sua4a Trip 4urni Juat, jai, At Mt ft pi
Doubla Dally laliw Bf'wMn
CHICAGO AND 8T. JOSEPH, MICH.
Our illustrate!) Pamphlet
aatnanitil K.i'ur.l'n Tick.', will bafurniakud
bv yourTiuk.i Aavut. ora.ldraaa
I. B WHIICUUB. O. P. A., Dim!. Micm.,
Detroit and Cleveland Hum Ni. Co.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
IA CIIICAIW). MII.WAI'KHl'Af KT. I'AUL,
AM NOHTIIliKN I'ACll 1C M. K'8,
Throuuh I'ullman Klerninu Cur kavenChl.
ciiKit daily at fV.tto p. ni.
i-or ihi. raui ami .MiunraHiin.
' I'arjto, Nurth Imkoia.
" Helena and lluttc. Muntnnn.
The ellnv. atone lark.
SiM.kiinr Pulla and Tuconia.
ltrt Koute to Seattle und ull North I'mHIic
1 he hcrnic line to California, via Portland
and the Shanta Koute.
licketn on nnle everywhere,
I or tiitormalion aitolv to nnv Airent. or
nddrenn A. V. II CawI'Kktkm, C.eneral I'an
acilk'er AKent, ChiillK. HI., or It. C. Umahv.
lie iu them I'unwruKcr A Kent, Lou in v die, Ky.
ASHEYILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. . ROOMS. )
tijien daily, except Bundae, from 10 a. m.
until I p. m., and S until 7 p.
The terma of auliaL-Tiptiiin are: (me year
tJ. 6 mua., (I.Bo; 3 roue., tl ; 1 mo., SO eta.;
dally II cu.
Officers fur I MHO President, Charles W.
Wimlacy ; Vice-I'reaiilrnt. hue. A. Junes; 8ec.
unilTreu.urrr, U. 8. Walaun; Librarian, Mia.
. J. Hatch.
Cltlirna and Tl.ltnra are cunlialty laetted
to inepeel the cntiilouuc and Inscribe their
name, aa memliera. Janftoritf
L4.1i... ..... wiiuitirB.
fairness to Use.
Prlcl$1.00. SoldbriiUlWriiU. 8&tli
ploiij p&clugo vit. Stbbor Syrinf t 11,61
I'UK HALU UV
RAYSOR A SMITH. ASHEVILLE. ft C
Female - - - Institute
I'nnurnnnncd In thoroituhnena of Inn true
ion, heallhlulncnn nnd Inautv of ItH-ation.
titHdMttuentn tor comfort, moral Inlluencr.
err, rvanniiuble, Kev. I.. V. Moore added
to the I-'uculty. Order cataloKur.
W. I'. IMtKINHON,
North Carolina. I a
the HuK-rior Court
Ik lore the Clerk.
N. W. Koitcrn, ct. ul I
John Kmblcr, et. at. I
ny virtue oi ine tiutiiorii v coitferrrd umm
mc in a decree ot the court n iMleml in the
oove viititieii cnunc. the uuilerlKnrd com-
minioner Hill m-II at utibe outcry, on the
n Montluy.ihe Int diiv oj ttriitrm-
H-r, .mui, the l
hiiik Mcaa-nited real etatr.
flrnt in loin ml then an a whole
nltuatc, I via ii aud iK-tnu in the Count v and
Ktate aforcMiitd.ailjoiiiiitM the lamln of Hiram
Huckncr and otmrn. and more narticuiurlv
lioiinded and decrileil an follow;
Firat tract :lk-Mtunititf at a rock at the
rthweal end ol Itiakner'n mill dam. his Ik-.
inniuu corner aud iimn w ith hi linen an fol-
.iwn: .Niirlll ki' cant ll' IMdeulo tt nlnkr:
Inn north i.7-' ciiat iitidrn: then north
.l& rat4i iHtlcMithen north au rant 4
oolcn; then north "il'j eat 7 -de; then
irtn u cant ni3 MiU n; lin n iiortti UH rani
iMdcn: then north 1 1 Urnnt 4-U iMdrn: then
north M cni I otile; linn nouth 4NUrHt
IMdcn; then nouth r-t4 cant 4 (nrn; then
uili 11 iiolen to the toil of a laruermk on
he north bank ol the creek: Hiciht down
Hit the baakn ol until creek nouthU7 cant
Nilcn to a Ntake oil the bank ol tlu-naid ererk.
Muckner'n corner, lu the Ui I'lenimomi' mow
iiiitbt ni Hue: thence with nald line north .1
at 4 pule to a (Mite, M. J. faK'n corner:
neiii'v ntirtn rj went w tin Hotter' anil
Wcntly rarham'n line d ndea ton ntakr tn
ne oiu incw roitiiti or namiv Aluaii rtoiii.
Wrntly I'arham'n nouthwent eonier: then
ith aaid old road Mouth i ennt 111 pole to
black oak buh;theiuv with the nald old
ltd nouth Ull went 17 lolc to a ntakr In the
Mil road, I let I Kynipr'n corner; thence with
ymer'n line went.lt itolen tu a ntake, My-
incr n corner; themt? w ith hin other hue nouth
J caM 'J'A to Ien to ntake ill the line of U. K,
I'onter n bond; thence ntirth. with kvmrr'i
Hue, N7 went rl polen tu a ntake in nald line,
It, K. Hunter's corner; then with Ftuitrr't
line nouth aa polen to a double while oak
now uonoin a hollow; then with Hunter's
other line eant 4- oolcn to a white oak un the
bank ol the New Hound road, Honter'n cor
nrr; then with naid road nouth Ul went Id
polen ; then nouth Hi polen to a red oak, Hon-
r n comer, in tne oni i'tiniMe line: then witn
naid line nouth H7 rant dd ptilrn to a hickory.
I'rtMH'c'fi corner; tttence with htn other line
Mouth a went Id mlrn to a ntake and rock on
bank of a drain, Hluder'n coiner i thence with
Hluder'n line nouth 7eant 7 .'t polen to a black
aa. iiucHitern corner: titem-c wttn iiuchner'a
line north 11 went, croAiitH the point of a
lire. .'IO pole to a ntake near the nurina:
then with Ibtckner'n oilier line IM eant 14
I polen; tlunev north in wentn polen, thence
ortn r eant. cronntim i.mbler nnrina
branch, tl polen lu the lAtfinninu. cuntainiuic
Hecond tract Hrulnnluir on a white oak
In Hluder'n line, Hiram Muckiirr't corner and
runn with the Huckuer line north OA went U
polen; thence north 70 went N Milen; them-c
north A.l went 1 1 polen tu a larur ruck, buck
ner'n corner: thence north Jd cant, ernnnlna
the brunch, 7 polen tu a black oak, Muckner'n
no corner ot tne nrnt track : thence with tha
line oftlmt track north a 7 went lft pulrto a
ntake, Hluder'n corner; thence with Hlnder'a
line nouth :.t4 went tu a pont oak aad ntake,
niuoer n corner; incnce witn aiuuer n otnrr
line nouth H7 cnMt il7 polen, cmnlnH the
reck, to n ntake near the lev! Hinder ninoke
houne; thence north a eant, crunnlnK the
rerk, 110 polen tu the btH-nuinf;, cuiitainlua;
Term t Twenty tier cent, of the n arch ana
money In ennh on daf of nalc. balance ia
ciual Inntnlltnentn In 0, ia and in monthn,
noten lor ueierrcti nnvntentn to tie endumra
by aood Dernonnl Neeuritv. and to Iniar Inter
ent nt the rate of 0 per cent, per annum.
ronurtner iinrticuium enquire ot tne aa
dernlKnrd or or Moore dV Merrick, Atlorneyn,
Anheville, N. C.f where plat or laauacaa ua
iiua juiy tu. law j.
H. n. lUHTICIt.