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ASHEVILliE DAILY CITIZEN; THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1890.
A troublesome skin dlanam
I caused me to scratch for ten
" monthi. and has been cured bv
few days uie of 8. 8. S.
M. H. Wolff,
f Tpper Marlboro, AM.
I wu cursd several rear uo of
white swelling in my leg by tlio uso of
8. 8. 8., and have had no symptoms of
any return of the dlwiina. Many prom
inent physirlims a'lcndcd me aud all
faUed, but 8 8. 8. did rhe work.
Paul W. Kikkpatrtck,
Johnson City, Ten.
itlisjoo Blood Pkln Disease!
.. . mallud free. .
r Bwikt Bpkcific Co.,
t Ailmila. Ga.
ARCHITECT AMD ENGINEER,
conducts mechanical construction.
f 8. O. Hoi ,17
MRS. M, F. FIT6H, M. D.,
1 ACCOUCHEUR AND GYNAEC ILOGIST.
(1. HPKUCIi 81'., A8HKV1I.I.K, N. C.
n. Nnn-resiilem patient, furnished with
' ,i St -clns. room., hourd anil professional
V mam ... I -
A A. II. COBB,
.f fWa aT l a m .. arf 7
; Ja". s7 G2iAIIAI
Mice Over J. II. Law's Rtoiv, South Muin
With Kin Hoc.
t'lllina with ailvcr or iimnlp:um....roc. in7rc.
' " Kohl Sl.oo and upwurd.
Set Di' ut'th $(i.iii).
Heat rt or teeth $h.m.
No I teller inndc, nu matter what you pay.
tehtlisfacliun Kuarantt t-d.
3irA. NE WLAND,
Attorney at LaWi
AKION, It. C.
AVIII practice In the loth und I Villi Judicial
inatricta of North Carolina and In the Su
jircmr Court and the Federal Court of the
Western iiiatricl of North Curolinu.
muyHd 1 in
fllKII. F. IIAVIIIIUIN, THO. A. JOKKS.
Kulriuh. jAa. . Makiin. Aal cvillc
JJA VI1ISON, MAKT1K JONrtS.
Attnrnvv. and Cnuiiacllora at Luw,
Aahevillc. N. C.
Will irillcr in the llth and tilth Judicial
inalrlcla, and in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Puli-rul Court, oi the
V. calrrn IMslnct or North Carolina.
Kclcr l Hank uf AallcvUlc. dtcl
Jt A. TKNNBNT.
Architect and Contractor.
Ilana, aprciflcatlon. and ratfmates fur
aiahed. All work In my hue contracted for,
anil no charara for drawinuri on contracts
Krtcrencca when rirMlrrd.
I Mhcc: No. til llcu.lry Hloek, North Court
Wiuarr. Aahcttllc. N. C. fclillMly
h. it. HKKVKa, n.o.a. ii. k. smith, d.h.s,
Urn. Rccvca A Smith.
In loiiiiully nuiiiiinu. over Hrdwood. Htore.
I'ecih fttrtictrd without inin, with Hit new
i.i itnrlir, nnnnll caMcii ol irrctfniari! v cor
mud. ii hi. ill i. -
- '. IIAMMAV, Ii. ll.H.
Iicittnl P,uLaj OfUcc i
In hnninrd Hullillnic Kulruncc..
tvrnue anil Main tltrcvt.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE !
Burnt In any Limp without danger et
Exploding or taking lira. 8e that you
get tha ganulna. For aala by
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AHHBVIIXK. N. C
TUB LAKOKMT ANIl III1HT KUt'll'l-KII IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORY
II. C. Woltcrt ck & Co.
CONIHILTimi CHKMIKT ANIl MINIHU KNUtHHRHR.
Analyavn of MrtitlN, Om, CoaI or Cuke, Mill
cm I Wmrra. I'crtllltrra. etc.
THICK LIHT ON Al'I'I.tC ATION.
Kiln Inn profrrrty InvcatiKittciI, Urvcltttl
iHtUfchl Nnd Rultl,
Hnmilri) enn h nrnt liy itiA.I or r trefta.
cnt lijr riirrM, ctmrMv muKt l ircmld
Affrntn wantrd in tvrry pIbuw.
DR. H C. WOLTCRttCK,
finTH rtftwlT Mrnimiff
0 W tmaiicaC
ir TftMN DUKIH1 CaMO.1 o uV.
MDrillO KBUUTOft CI ArtAATABA.
(HucRrnor. to llnlrd M Hivtiir )
Mo. North Main Street,
liar, a full atock of everything- to lw rnwil In
fnmlllt. In lh w ky of catah c. All Irrnh mill
of lieat quality, Wt a.k our friend, and th
pulillc acnmlty to call and art gi, Batla no
Una guaranteed. All a-nodi dellTerrd In the
Ity llmlla. Pmh country product a .ie
ONLY THE RIM OF STEEL,
IT KKKPH VOIR CAR ON THK
How a Ihiod Many Railway
denta Happen ana wnai
areCharaed up lo Otner
Prom the Kan.ua City Star.
"1 tell you what it is," remarked na
old railroad man to-duy, "it used to be
tlml they couldn't turn a wheel itny tm,
fust lor me, but it's different now. The
way these tellowa run nowadaya make
my hair stand on end. We used to think
that twenty-five or thirty miles an hour
vvus high running. People were juat aa
well antislied, if not more to, than now
nnd there weren't so many accidents.
Those days when a man got on the
ground there was some chance of hi
getting away nlive, hot when you touch
ground on one of these fast runs now
vou're michty linble to atay there. .Peo
ple ore getting to look upon a mile a
minute aa a common thing, and are iuat
howling mad at a road that doesn't
nmkc it. They never stopto think of the
iliiugvr. All they think about is getting
to their destination.
"Why, when I stop and think of being
whirled across the country titty or sixty
miles nn hour, down hills nnd around
eurves, with only nn inch mid a half ol
iron between me find eternity, I get so
seared 1 swear never to get on a coucn
again. W hat do I mean by nn inch nnd
ii half of iron ? Well, you itnow whnt n
passenger conch is don t your yuu
know liow they're built. A coach is n
iiretty solid thing nowadays, and to
took at one a ierson would think they
were pretty sale, but that's Ik-ciiusc you
diin't know anything about it. The
conch itself hi all riiilit.Tnit it'sthewheels
hid you ever look at the wheels? If vou
did vou may have noticed how they're
made. A goon size, oroaci enougn unn
lienvv ciioimh. and with a tire of the fin
est kind ol steel. Hut on the inside of
I he tire, you see n sort of rim or Hnnge
That llunge ia about an inch and a half
thick find tilKMit the same (lentil, it
doesn't look ns if it amounted to much,
that little niece of steel, but that's just
what the lives of the passengers depend
upon. 1 lint Hnnge keeps the wheel ti
the rail nnd keeps the coach Irom run
niiiif ofi'tlic truck.
"Well, now, when u train is going fifty
miles an hour around a curve you sec
how much dciK'nds on that flange. The
whole wemlit nnd snecd of the train
iiuninst that tlniiuc on one side, the out
side of the curve, and it is all that keeps
the coach Irom wlm Inn: Irom the track
Suppoc the llauge broke, or, as is often
the case, was worn down nnd had been
missed bv the cur inspector. The chan
ccs are ten to one that theflnngecouldn't
hold, but would climb theruilandthere'd
lie another accident. The rerters
would be told the ruils spread or some
1111111: of that kind, mid no one but the
company would know whut caused the
"There area good muny accidents that
happen that wuy, but it dcx-sn't appear
. i ri.. ....i.i:.. l....:.... Am
llf UC llll III I.II-. UUIJ1IV MUBHIVB., f(J U
general rule a couch wheel ia watched
iinuhty closely, nnd the minute a nungc
begins to wear new ones are put on, but
many u time an inspector will miss n
wheel, nnd then the chances arc big that
there II be an accident.
From the VYaahluaton I'oat.
lie had been driving u horse-car for
four years, and got a little bit more
weary looking every day.. "Ican'tstand
it no longer," he said nt Inst, "I nin't
a-gning to have any more women finding
luult and claiming that they don't have
courteous treatment." There wns a wo
man standing on the next corner. I le stoii
ped his horses, dismounted from his prrcli,
and going townrd the curbstone lilted
his hat mill inquired: "Do you proiiosc
nifikimt- itHii til't Ilia vliiilftii Jin V ?'' 'Kir ,M
she K .ul iii tones of astonishment, "Do
vou wish to ride in this home-car? If so.
) will gladly escort you to it, procure vou
a seat, nnd hand your fare to theconduc
tor. I aim to please." "Why, 1 never
heard of such nniiertmcncc!" she stain
inered. "I did intend riding on your ear.
out 1 shall certainly wait lor the next one.
And you may expert a complaint from
me at the Suicrinleiident'a officcconccrn
ing vour conduct, sir." He remounted
the stool and pulled his hat down over
his eyes. "Tnin't no use! Geildup!" wus
all lie said.
A Memory of Homo Vae.
From the New York Kuu.
Senutor Dixon, of Rhode Island, hns a
very ncute memory. The other day he
gave an exhibition of his p-rculinr faculty
lor rcmcmlicriiig mimes by rnpidly recit
ing the whole list of senators in their nl-idiulK-ticul
order. The surprise of his
hearers was genuine, but he added to it
by reciting na rapidly na before the whole
list, beginning at the bottom and going
llirouiih without a skin to the too. Ke-
iTiitly there was a very close vote, nnd
iK-lorc it wna announced nenntor Dixon
mndc the announcement of his pair. His
colleague. Senator Aldrich, urged him to
trnnslcr his nair. so that there would lw
a quorum voting. Senator Dixon said
the vote wus 27 lo 10, and that there
was no necessity for him to vole. About
two minutes afterward the clerk had fin
ished his computation and the vote wns
announced in the exact figures that Mr.
Dixon had uiveu. nlthoiuih he hail kept
Mlie Could FUare.
From the Helena Mon ) IntU'iH-ndent.
The other dny among the guests of the
Helena was a willow from Salt Lake.
She stayed two dnyaund had three meals
the following days. That evening she
went to the office nnd inquired of the
handsome clci k for her bill. The gentle
manly official looked nt the register and
politely informed the lady thut she had
been there two nnd three-fourths days,
nnd her bill would be so nnd so. Aa a
hotel day ia divided into four parts for
the three meals and lodging, this cnmpii.
tution was entirely correct. 1 lie lady,
however, thought the waa being fooled.
She took a iiencil and paper and began
figuring, nnd then with alook of triumph
turned to the smiling clerk. Then she
said: "I knew you were wrong, I have
been in the house exactly two and scven-
aixteentha days." It mpiired all the
imwcrs and iiersuation on the part of
the clerk to explain to the lady and col.
lect hi. bill..
Tcrre Haute Uapreaa.
A anmplc hr of fortune1, frank. I
Ilia Nweeh quite ItltKll.n aoundal
He aomctlmv. of hi. money .icnk.
A. d nnd II.
Mennwhllr hl fnther iimir old man I
Keep him In euila nnd collar.,
Aud piiya for them, na well aa he enn,
With Nwl old t). a. a,
Tha Chicago fair.
Mr. flothnm Do vou think Clilcnao
can make the fair a success? Mr. Lake
side I of Chicago) I'm well, If it ain't a
success, it'll be such a rnule-dnxiling fail-
are that everybody 11 want to see it, an
the same. New York Weekly,
ROASTING A MINING TYRANT.
How th. Men ai the. Kliedlva Loilo Ware
llovfingad at I.tfihlnlno; Npccil.
In the mountains the miners frequent
ly make their descent into the valleys by
using a piece of "quaking ash" bark aa a
toboggan, but oftener rely on the tenaci
ty of their hiavy oanvaa overalls.
To some this method of transportation
may seem absurd or impossible, but it is
fact nevertheless; men do go down the
fnarful slopes on the soft snow from tho
top of n two mile lid jn in thnt maminr
faster than they ever did on a slml when
At the Kheillve lode the miners had
long borne n grudsta against the super
intendent, au ovurbonriiig ignoramus; so
they swore they would g.'t even with
hint some day.
The Khedive was located Juat two
miles abovo the old government road
leading toGuthin, at a bend, called 'The
Crook," and it required an hour's hard
climbing nn foot to get np to the mine
One morning the auporintendent came
aa nsnnl to "inspect," ox ha termed It,
but rually to curse and rant around bo-
cutiHe the men could not make f 100 ore
The minors were Just about tired of
M tyranny and several sugifested the
pronrinry of giving him a pounditrr,
However, Providouoe, who sometimes
advocates the eauss of the poor miner
aa well as that of the rich nabob who
owns the rmmertr, came to the men's
aasistani'e at thi critical juncture,
Tho obnoxious superintendent waa pic
pecting some important instructions
from hesdqnarters, and gave order that
if a telegram oanw to dinp itoh a clerk
on hnrsebnrli nutll ho revhod "The
Crook," aud there todlachargu hUiiialoL
While tenriug nronud, cursing the
mlnorsrui was hi wont, middouly a shot
rang out on the clear air and, looking
down Into the rulloy, all saw a messenger
waving a putier.
The anxious Biiperintendent wan in a
fix; he wanted that telegram in a hurry
but know that tho steep trail would
demand an hour's hard work to rnach
At this moment tho wag of the crew
stepped np to him and olrored a big Iron
scoop shovel, aug-p-stlng that if he sat in
that he could go down tho hill quickly
The superintendent had often seen the
descent made on the snow an stated, but
he did not soo the roguish twinkle in the
man's eye as he took the proffered itn
His trousers were thiu, so grasping the
handle and sitting in tha concave part
of the shovel, be shot down tuedeclivlty
faster and factor he went until he fair!)
Ills seat by tho terrible f rictlnu grew
waniiur and warmer aa he aped recklessly
on, but there waa no stopping until the
bottom waa reached. He was literally
roastd; bnt the miners had their re
venge. Eauaas City Globe.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Sixty thonsand blue gum trees have
been planted tbla year on one ranch In
I Angeles county, Cal.
Women have recently been admitted
Into Greenwich observatory, and four
have Joined the staff of the astronomer
royal. Their duties will require at
tendance at all hours of the night.
If all tho pstvone whose uaiue are
In the new government blue bonk were
to form a line four abreast It would
take ten hours for the procession to
paas the White House.
Georgia baa plenty at room for Immi
grants. There are In Pierce county
400,087 acres of land, of which only
11.118 are Improved; ware eon tain
117,008 aoras, of whloh 10,087 are Im
proved; Wayne 140,000 and 9,997 Im
proved; Appling 367,071 and 13,353 Im
proved. Other counties roaka a simi
The government statistician of New
South Wales, T. A. Ooghlan, bat tt
mated the population of Australia at
the liogliming of the current year to be
8,7Hn,7SI8. Till la an Increase during
IHR9 of 11.1,003, nr 3.10 per cent Tha
populatlim of New Zealand la now f90,
279, an Increase during the year of
According to tha Bast Aslatto Lloyd
titer are 7,908 foreigners and 474 for
elgn business Onus in Chinese porta
Great Uritnln has there 8,179 dtUen
and M0 flrmsi Germany 598 elusan
and 7 Arms; tha United State 1,061
eltlxani nnd 17 Onus; Frano SSI dti-
ns and to firms.
Coffee la brewed by electricity In a
Berlin cafe. In th center of tha rootu
i wvenU larg) glaa Jan, through
which passe a platinum wire m spiral
form. Tha electricity, on heating th
wire, speedily rniacs th temperature of
tho water In the Jar to th boiling
point, and prepares tha eoffs In the
sight of everybody. Lastly, a small
rlactiio railway transmits the ooffe to
tike various tables, so that th guest
may help themselves to their liking.
An eight wheeled railway chursh has
been finished at Tillls, In Uie factory of
th Tnuiscatiniuiian Railway company,
for turn along tha Una It is surmount
ed by a ems at one and, and at the
other tliere Is a handsom belfry with
throe balls. Beside the oliurnb proper,
It luw apartment for th priest It can
comfortably seat seventy persona. The
altar Is made of carved oak, and th
elitiroh furniture wns mad In St. Pe
An uthuaiaatlo entomologist re
ceiving dally from tlio local lineman
the moths wldcb Bnd tholr way Into
Hi are lamp glob In an adjacent street
during the night Qlrda are fearlessly
building tholr nest In the hoods of the
lamps, and we are told that an eleotiio
light siiperlntei.dent In Nashville re
ceived a unique present from a colored
workman In the form of a sack full of
honey boas. Tlio swarm waa found In
th hood of an c! -trio lamp, where It
had settled th day bofore.
Hilly, the gnat, lunaootonth United
State steamer Galena, has beau trans
ferred to tha flagship Hnltlinore, along
with whatever goes with an able sea
man. Billy left the Galena most un
willingly, and It looked for a time a If
tli drill known as "abandon ship"
would have to be ordered as th only
D leans of getting hltu over th aide.
Billy waa especially skilled In tins evo
lution, and he always fearlessly leaned
Into th cutter wluin th signal for
abandon ship was given.
ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
A LIST THAT IS WELL
A Table of the Altitude of Weat
ern North Carolina Mountain
That Everybody Will Waul.
Ilelow will be found a list of the differ
ent mountains oi Western North Carolina
with their several altit tides. The meas
urements are from Arnold Uuyot. The
list isns follows:
VAI.I.KV OH Till! 8WANNANOA.
Kuiz. ft. uliove
Junction of Pint Creek with Swan-
nnnnn Kiver i.liM
Joseph Stcpa's house 'iM'tH
liurnclt s house v.J.l
Lower Mountain house Jesse
Stepp's floor of pinxxu 2,770
VV. I 'at ton's cabins end of car
riuge road ii.'M
Kcsting I'laec brook nclund last
log cabin 3,0
Upper Mountain house S,24f
Ascending to Toe Kivcr tjii( pas
sage main branch ubovc
IN TUB lll.l'B HI linK,
Toe Kiver Gap between- Potato
Top and High I'iunnclc R.IKh
High Pinnacle ol lilue Kidgc 0,701
Kockv Knob's south iienk 5,300
Dig Spring on Rocky Knob fl.ONO
Grey Heard Q,44K
nun s Head...
IILACK UOt'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN
Potato Top ti'l!i:t
Mt. Mitchell G,.riNl!
Mt. Giblis (i.fitll
Stepp's Gap the cabin (1,103
Mt. Hallback, or Stigarlouf. 0,403
lllack Dome, or Mitchell's high
)cak, or Clingman ol Stale
Home Gap 0,352
Imlsam Cone, Guyol of state
Hairy Hear O.lilo
Hear Gap 0,23
lllack Itrothcr (Saiidox of Stutc
Cattail Peak 0,011
Koeky Tail Gap 0.3H2
Dear Mt. North Point 0,233
Long Kidgc South Point 6.20N
Middle Point 0,2511
North Point 0,2N
liowlcn's Pyramid North lind 0,3s'
HlnekstiKk's Knob 0.3N0
Vcntcs' Knob 5,075
CAN'HV KIVKk VAI.LKV.
Green Ponds nt Tom Wilson's
higlK'St house 3,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3,110
Wlieeler's opposite Ilig Ivy Gap.. 2.1I:
Cattail fork juneliou with Ca-
m-y Kiver 2.K73
Sandolor Gap, or Low Giii sum
mit ol road J, 170
llurnsvillc Court-house sounre... 2,ho
Green Mountain neur llurnsvillc,
highest point 4,30
CKOl l' OF TUB KUAN UOt'NTAIN,
Summit of the road from llurns
villc to Toe river 3,130
Toe Kiver l ord on the road from
lliirnsville to Konn Mountain. 3.131
Ilnily'a lurm 2,370
Urigg a house, loot of the Koan
Mountain valley of Little
Kock creek 2,"."7
Yellow Spot, nliove llrigg's 5,1'iK
Little Vcllow Mount highest 0,100
The Cold Spring summit ol Koan 0,132
Grassy Kidgc Hull northenst con'
tmuutiun ol Koan Mountain., D,2.I0
Konn High liluff. 1 '!(,
Koan High Knob 0.3H0
South Toe Kivcr Ford 2,532
Toe Kiver Ford, near Ant rev's 2,57
North Toe Kivcr Ford, below
lltue Kidgc head of Ilrushy creek. 3,25
Unville Kivcr I'onl, below bend ol
Linville Kivcr, nt Picrcy's
Headwaters of Linville nnd Wa
tauga Kiver, foot of Grand
Grandfather Mountain summit
Watauga river nt Shull's null
Whitetops, Virginia G,53o
FROM ni'MNSVILLB TO TUB IIAI.ll Mill N-
TAIN OIISBNVATIONS MAUB IIV I'MO
VBSSOK W. C. KKKM, OF UAVIIISON
COI.UKI1K COMI'l'TKP nv MB.
Snmson's Gap .130
Kgvpt Cove at Proffil'a 3,320
Wolfs Camp Gap .350
Bald Mountuin summit 0,550
VAIXBV OF TUB lilt! IVBV CKUKK.
IHIIinghnm'a house below Ycutc's
Knob, or mg Hutu 2,riiiN
Junction ol the three forks 2,270
Solomon Curler a houac -'.-'lo
StiH-ksville nt lllnck Stink's 2,210
Mouth of Ivcy Kivcr, by railroad
FkOM ASIIBVII.I.B TO MOI'NT I'lWlAll.
Asheville Court house 2,250
Sulphur Springs tlie spring 2,002
it :....... is.. i o r..o
liiiiioiy vt'vc lib c-hiiiiiiii,ii I'litm .
Little West Pisgah .72
Great Pisgah 0,757
mil I'lllKON VAI.I.I1V.
Porks of Pigeon, at Colonel Colli-
ev's If. TOl
Hast fork of Pigeon, at Captain T,
Wuvnesville court house 3.750
Sulphur Spring, Richland valley
at lames K. u. Love s a. 7 Ml
Mr. Hill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek below Hill's 2,52
Colli Mountain 0,003
CHAIfrOFTIIB KICIILANII IIALSAM,
Kichlnnil, between Kichlnnd creek
nnd the west fork of Pigeon
creek nnd at Ii Mcdford's 3,0,'IN
Ii. Mcdford's farm, foot of Lick-
ston's mountain 3,0041
l.ickston mountain , 0,707
Deep Pigeon Gap ,007
Cold Spring mountain 0,015
Double Spring mountain 0,3HO
Kiciiianii iiaisani or enney rork
lliilsam Divide n.vsn
Chimney Top 0,23
spruce Kidgc I op ,i7ti
Lone llnlsam 5, Htm
Old Dald 0.7NII
CHAIN OF WKSTKNKM'S IIAt.lt.
Westencr llnld north twuk 0,U
IIKBAT MIIII.I.B CHAIN OF IIALSAM MIH'N-
TAINS IIKTWKKN SCOTT'S CMUKK
AND LOW CKKHK.
I!nos Plott's farm north foot of
Old Field Mountain
linns Plott's llnlsam first
snm, north end
Jones' linlsnm north point,,
South end 0,055
Rock Stand Knob 0,002
Brother Plott.... 0,20
Amos Plott's llnlsam, or Great
Rocky Face 0,031
White Rock Kidgc 5.52N
niaek Kock C,H15
Panther Knob 5,3511
Perry Knob 5,020
vai.i.kv of scott's chhkk.
Love's sawmill 2,011
Mucltirc's form 3,285
Koad Gup, head ol Scott's creek... 3.357
jonn Drown s farm 3,0!i
llryson s farm 2,1,73
Joliii Love's farm 2,22(1
Webster Court House 2,203
VALI.KYOF Tl'CKASI-Iililili AND TKIIUTTA
Tucknsecge river mill, below Web
ster, near the road to (Jualla-
j unction oi aavaniiftii creek 2,001
Junction ol Scott's creek 1,077
nunlhilown Main Store 1,070
Soco river, lord to (Jconuluflcc 1,000
noeo uii road summit .31
Amos Plott s lurm on Pigeon 3.0K
iicoiiuiuiiee river, junction Itrail
ley lork 2,203
Kolwrt Collins' hiiihest house a.noo
junction ol Ka veil s mid Strinulit
Junction ol Hunch s creek
CHAIN OF THK OKIiAT SMOKY
FROM NORTIIKAHT TO
FROM THK 1IOI .MI OF
COfNTV TO TUB li.tl
The Pillar, hcud of Straight fork
ol Ocoiinliiltce river (1,255
I lirrmoinctcr Knob 0,157
Itn veil s Knob 0.2..0
Iricoruer Knob 0.1NK
... ,. .. . '
mi tiuyoi, so named ny Air. itni-k-
ley in common (i.li.'lli
Mt. Henry 0,373
Mt. Alexander (1. I7
Moiitn reak (1.21111
i lie i rue iii oincr, nigiiesl or cci
trnl peak 5 !i(7
Tluuidcr Kuoli 5.I1S2
Laurel Peak -,til
Kciuiiarill imp f,220
fop ol Riclilfiuil Kidue 5. MIL'
Indian Gap 5,317
reck s rcuk (1,232
Kiglithand ur New Gap 5.0',ili
Mt. Milieus 5.001
CHOI I'OI llt'LLHIiAII, TI;SMsl.i:.
Central Peak, or Mt. Uvomptc (i.lil
nest l eak, or .Ml. Cuius (j,5iis
iNortn real,, or au. isiallon 11.535
Cross Knob 5,021
Master Kiiol O.OI3
tomahawk linn 5..",n
Alum Cnve ,071
Alum Cave creek, junction with
Little I'lgi in Kiver 3.N.S
URKATSMIIKY MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Rood Gap 5,271
Mt. Collins OMSK
Collins' Gup 5,7211
All. Love U.3
Chngnian's I'uinc ("i.tiliii
Mt Hucklcy 0.5110
Chimney Kimli 5.5SS
nig Motie .Miiiiniiiiii 5,(11 1
iiig encrry tao .S3K
Corner Knob 5,2-Hi
Forney Ki.lgc JVak 5.0N7
I liuiidcrliciifl Mt 5..VJH
Sieuce Cnhin .010
I urkcy Knob ,70
ilirusiiiim (inn a.Mo
.orlli liald .T1I
I'hc Great Hold's mitral is-nk .il22
houth Pcnk .70S
lennessec Kiver at Hardin's '800
Hill House Mt., summit road to
Montvalv Sprinus 2..
Moulvulc Springs, Icimcsscv 1,203
The Itally Clllaen.
Is always alive to the interests ol
Asheville and Us H-oplc,
is the most iKipiilnr uilvcrtisiiii me
dium in North Carolina.
Is rend by a ureatcr numlicr of ik-iuiIc
than any other secular pasr in the
Is always filled with the choicest read
ing matter of the dtiv.
Hoarding houses till their rooms by ad
vertising in the CmziiN.
ta-ws, anil all the news, makes the Cit-
ukn a general favorite.
.No retail merchant ever niiule n ureal
success without advertising. Try the
An advertisement in the Citukn imivs
the advertiser nn hundrt d-fohl.
Real JKHtatc A;ciit.
OFFICE 8 MAIN ST., (A. D COOPiHS' STORE.)
Real Katate iHitiifht and sold nt iiulitie ami
private aale. Rcnla colk-ctril. I conducted a
Real Katate and Auction liuslnca. In churlr
ton. M. C, ten yen ra. and will aivr iromil
utlrnlion tn all buaioeaa put In my chariic.
Street Cur Schedule.
llcHlnnlnff At 7 m. m. II ml In kmhi p. in.
Cur knvrt atiunrc fur nil Hiint fin I hi
hnur, iinj twenty and forty ntlnulm Hurt--
Ht'hrctutr enm nnncct At IMunrr.
Truin cr nntl Uakkhkc car nmt rvvrv
tra.n, t)ne vmIIw alluwrd mch imMMiiut-r.
HitttttAK trnnKfrrml from all Hihitti In ihi
city fur M vent.
Tlllt AMIII(Vll.l.li MTKUHT KV Co.
Amikvii.i.k. N. C, lulv .in, inimi.
Wc the umlrrniu iK'il htiw Hun tin v iIim1 l
ttitnrim-rhii ! iiuitiitil itnitHiit, J. C
Itrtmn rt'llruiR aimI tnklititihr Itn iiittliMiiiilt
in It liualiH ni lu rtMini umlrr ulttrv, mill 'Ihnil
W. Thrtiah tnhinK thv rnilrr utm-lt mi Minn-,
ii ml will Mntiimr imyinviil nl nil ilt Inn tlur It)
nr unit iiiiu win vtiuvi i nn nit tMinia um mini
lir in. J. C. Known,
1 hah W. Imhahii.
The nmlrmluni'il will innllnuc tu rnrrv
CrH krry. Mow. Ihiumlumialiintt (IimmI.
Vc.( lu nil Ihvlr brunvliva nt tin mmn fUttinl
lilAb 1 IIMAHI.
The nrtrliTnrH will ntntliit'l n irrnrrnt tlii-
nlnii Antl iluiiiltni I malum In Imwitifnl In
All lirHiit liru. All tiriU'r lur work kit lu Htorr
will rvivlvc prompt iittriillnu.
AUnentrnnct on CnllcMr it ml.
Httmr t ten pic nttrrt with Thr Hiiii'n iiiiIiiImiii.
AfHiiit mm Atttl I hlniro. nnd nnitr n opd
don't ; Imt rvrrvhoily liken to srrt htild of Ihc
nrwMiMiHr wlik-h In nwrr dull And never
Afrnitl to ntrnk It mind.
Ik-mtHTrttt. know thnt for twrntv tnm
Thr Hun Hha fnHRht In thr Onnt lint' for Ivm
ot-rntle iirtuHnlt . never wiiverlnui tr wenk-
enlnit In lnvitlt v to the tmi'lntennU til ilir
imrtv It nerven witn ititritM mtriMtftne nml
dlahiterentetl v!r At tltncft optniiMi hnvr
dlflrretl ar tti the I rent mtiinii of nititmpKnli
ItiM the vnmitmn p"rl,M"i It In not 1 1n
Hun' fault Ii It tin hyu turilur Into the mill
Itluhteen hundred nnd nlm-tr I the yenr
thnt will iirolmldy determine thr reaullof the
rrldentlnl election of hrj, nml inrnnp
the fort tun- of the Itrmmm.y for Ihe nwt of
heernturv. Victory In I nit J I A niHv. nml
the IrrKlunlnKof I Mini I Ihe Itent tlmv tuntnrt
nut In comtxiue with The Hun,
tniiv, fter ntonin .ptv.nn
nny, iter yenr
Hundnv, ivrr yenr ...... l.uo
lMtlly nnd Humlwy, cr venr M.no
Imlly nnd Huntlny.inr month o.7
Weekly, one yenr l.OO
Atfdrcnn Tlllfi Hl'lHt Nvw York.
8hm The Southern Medical
"Mother's Friend" ia growing in favor
fl. I...... . l... C....I. i.:. -i.i. .
mikiiiiiiiul bill- HJULI1 UI1U la Hllliy ICV
(immended by physicians. We consider
it mdispdiisablc to those who know they
must pass through the ordcnl of child
Write nrudficld Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Go., for particulars. By all
The Famed Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming One of America.
Vim$ehQUt Want. AU Over Eurvp
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
Now that Jts manufacturers
are drawing the attention of
the American public to this
first and, ever since its Inven
tion, the best of all cocoas, it
will soon be appreciated here
as well as elsewhere all over
the world. All that the man
ufacturers request Is simply
one trialf or, still better, a
comparative test with what
ever other cocoa It may be;
then Vam Houten's Cocoa
itself will convince every one
of its great superiority. It
is because of this that the,
English paper Health, says :l
"Uuce tried, always used."
Symptoms of Torpid Liver.
lMa of anrwttra anil nauMitha twiw.T.
a r stlvr, but aniiMtlnira altrrnata with
lnaiaeneaa nr dlarrlurai pain In tha head, as.
couiiHuilad with a dull, heavy avnaation In
tlifi liacktmrti piiln In thn right alda and nn.
rlcr ahmifilvr hlwlni fullnvaa altar rslinf,
with adUlncllnatlnn toaaarllnn of body or
nilndi Irrlluhillly ol temper, InwaplrlUl low
ur uMUiurr, wll h a fwlina ol havlnir kI'siU
rl aomedtltTl vcnwral awrlnM.nil HmIiIII.
ty. irthcM. warnlitftaara unheeded. arrliine
dlaeawa will soon It dv.loncd. No lietter
rouirilyran lm usvd than Tutt'a Filla. A .In.
ale, dnw, prtHliicca ani-h a clianna of feauju
aa of tcu to aaUiulah lia auObrer.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Cure Billons Diseases.
Prise. 25a. Otfics, 89 a 41 Park Macs. H Y.
Female - - - Institute
1'naiininascil In thorouuhnesa of Inatruc
lion. nriiitniuiiu-Ma unil licuuty or liH-ntion,
iiiHiitititu-nts lor comfort, moral influence.
'I vriiia niiMoiialilc. Kcv I.. W. Moore uddi-d
to tnc faculty, f inter cntiiloirue.
v . i. 1'ie.K i nniin.
WO NOT FOKGjKT
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Sfiiii Out' Dollar ami lvnow
your HiilisiTiptioii at once.
SiMM'ial roiTcspoiitlcntH in
every wrtion of WesU'rii
In the State.
TO WEAK MEN
trnnrln( from th ITnta of ytmthrnl arroita, Aftrlf
dcr. WMtlna wanrM. lost msvnhncwt to.. I 1U
fnd a Vs.lu.hlt lmUM(ilMl) eontiuln( fttll
pauilenltt flr hnm enn. f R1
Vtonrltil ndtMl work t houldlMi rl by mfrf
Boao who U BtMrouA And dcblllutsKt. iddrAi
lrof. F. G BWLEHv lioodue. wukj
AOTft dtW If
NUW imitl), CAirftdly nrrnArrd hrleAfl
InK mo ml rem of the Ahevllle hnr tun
flnrwt lutrehmeut nnd hrnvy tint nnuerl. covl
eroiA mi netvonBrr iioini, jum out nnti now
011 snlr At the otnee or thr Citiian rvnusn
mt Co,, No. A North Court Hguar. rMuill
i aj" To avuid tha avlt eftaoU of Taa.ndJ
Uollou, um oimmanlly VAN UOUTKN'S
(.'111 'OA. which ia a NTHKNUTHKNKKof th.
!NKKVKS and a rafmahini and Bouriahliic
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodation, the very beat thla moun
tain country can afford. Terns reoaonahle
a. possible to make them. Billiard., pool,
Bowling alley, ball room, mu.lc, etc.
F. A. MILES. M. D.,
I)V Virtue of u ih-i-ll of triiRt executi-fl ,n h
undcraiKneil hy C. A Smllh and wife, A. .'
Smith, lo Hccurt- the Hum ol money therein
mcnliiuH-d to ClmrU-H VV. Wonliicy, nnd bcar
inK dntc May 111, IMNlt, nnd rcKialen-d on
PUKCH l'H4.. i t Hi-il.. of Hook 111 of the Mori.
Kline Kccoril ill the ollicc of the Kcirlater of
Ik-eilmil Iluncomlu- county, North Curulina,
the uiulirHiuiK-il IriiHlcc will aril for caah at
IlllllliC Olltc-rV to tile lilLfhi-ut hiil,l.-r nl Ih.
court hoiiKc door In the city uf AkIicvIIIc in
.aid Hiliu-omlK cnuntv on till L'.'ld duy of Au
uuat, 1HIIO. the IoIIowIiik diacriln-il piccea und
piircvla of liind, Hituutc, Iviiik nnd bcinic in
mini city of AKllivillc on llnllcy atrcct,
and Inint! l.otH Koa. I'orty-lwo and fifty
even ol Klu-lliv I'nrk, to the iiurt of which,
aa rcKlatcrcil, rel'crcnce ia hi-reliv made, for a
lurther ilrncriitiiiii of the aniiic, nml which
anid l.ota arc lurllicr houmlcil ua followa, to
wit: l,iit No. 3. Iti Kin iiiiik nt a point on
Ihe eiiatt-rn niilruin of nniil lliiilcy street one
hunilri-il nnd Hlxt.v-livc I'cct 8. 1 "l 3' W. from
where the northern line of mhIiI Slwlliv fiuri.
Interat-cta anid atrt-ct, nnd run. thence 8.
I- ollchiiiiilrcd nml aeventv-four feet lo
the western nuiruin of Wnlliick atnx-l: thencc
wilh it N. 7 '12'li. uliotit acvelllv-ali 17111
feet to the southwest corner of lot No. 41 ;
thence N. M7la" W. with the Southern line of
said lot No. -H otic hundred and eiKlitv-onc
mid three fourths 1 1 hi:i. i f,ii to linllrv
stn-et, and thence with it S. l"lo' W. aevi n-ty-tive
17r.) Iict to the l-culiinlnR. Lot. No.
.17. l.ylnu iniimilintcly east ol suid Lot. No.
'J across anid Wullack atrcct, lii'KlnniiiK on
theenatern niiimin of this hint atrcct, oppo
site the southeast corner of said lot No 4U
and Ihe northeast of lot No. ;l und runs 8.
VS". iiiiout une liutiilreil unil live feet to
he eastern line of said Shelhv ltirk ; Own,.
With .lliil line N.4 li. ai-ventv.tive i7r.ir.-l to
a atiikcj thence with the southern line of lot
No. tin N. H7ta W. one hundred llooi feet to
snid Wiilla. k street, anil thence with It 8.
70la' W. ahout seventy-live 7A feci tu the
iH'KinniiiK. Thiajuly 22, lhlln.
, . JllflM t.llll.11,
Jut.vX:id4.tthurailava Trust! e.
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
We claim thnt thine hnnRcm urc chentier
thnn nny other; ore dctnchtthlc. nnd nny
umlier enn be uned Kr stick ; insure a uni
form barn of tuliucco; more tobacco can lie
cured kt barn; tubuccu lirlnwt better price;
oca not bruinc; ntulk Ia not cured, savins
fuel und time. Any bnrn enn be uned. 8am
ile sent with pamphlet lorS cents pontaRC.
nquire for them of your utorekecpcr or
HKent. If they do not keep them send tons.
Hrlcc per 1,000, wltli ntlckn. soo
Price per 1.000, ha 11 Kern only 4.30
ttend cush with order, or Kodi sent C. O li
TOBACCO HANGER M'F'G CO.
Houtttoti, Halifax County, Va
Palacc Stiamis. Low Rats.
four Trip, par Waak Batwwn
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
rsnoaUaAy.Asult Rl. Marl, sod laSAA
Buroa Way Jporis.
vsry Wssk Otxy Bttwsen
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
(Nisi IUa4ay TV pa 4wimf Jnm, Aafitsi ara stki.
Doubt Dtvlly Lias atotwasn
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
Oust Illustrated Pamhlct
Kalaa and Kanuntn Tli-kaia will ba furalahaa
bv vour Tli-k.l Atf.at, oratldraaa
I. B WHITCOMB. 0. P. A., Oiihoii. Mich.,
Detroit and Olsvalans) St.am Nnv. Co.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
IA CM ICAC.O, M llVAI K lili tit T. PAUL
AND NOK TllliKN I'ACIIMC K. K'8.
Throiiuli I'ullninn Hleepititf Cur leaves Chi"
nun dully nt A. an p. tn.
or nt. I'aui imti .Minnenpniis.
Ftiruo, North hnkotn.
lleliiia and Untie, Mnntnnn,
The VelhiWNtone Park.
Hpuknnr l;a I In nnd Tucuuia.
Ilewt Houte tu HeaUlc und nil North I' Ad Ik
on nt I m tint .
The m-en le line to C nhfitrntu. via rortlnnd
and the Hhnntn Kuute,
I teket on sale everywhere.
I'or Informntinn npplv to nny Acrnt. or
ddrv A. V. II. Caki'Kntkn. t'leneral ran-
eimer Agent, ChleitKo, III., or l. C. Hhaiiv
tutneru I'UHsenKer akcui jwountvme, Ky.
SHEYILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 2 PATTON AVE.,(Y.M.C. A.R00MS.)
(icn daily, csceiit aunday., from 10 a. m.
until I p. m., and 0 until 7 p.
The term, of subscription are: One year
Si I tt moa., l.OOi 8 mo.., ft) 1 mo., 0Octs.
ally SI cts.
Officers for IHim-Prrslilcnt, Charles W.
Woolary: Vlcr-Prealdenl, Tboa. A. Jones; Hec.
and Trenaurer, l. H. Walaon ; Librarlaa, Mtas
Cltl.cn. and visitor, arc cordially Invited
to In.jicct the catnloKue and inscribe their
names aa memliera. Janaotltf
tahnoi stricture. Painless to Usi.
Prlea.Jl.OO. Sold all DrnreliU. Bant Is
pkln pacbgt vitk Eutbar SyTlnat i 11,61
I'OK HA Lit rlV
RAYS0R A 8MITH, ASHEVILLE, N. C
KICKS I'OK MANUl
On nml after August n, 1 son, the price of
anndwlllliei I'or n two-hura. load, ilBc,
otte-horar load, inc., net.
II. II ATTHH II A M, Afn.,
Atkinson St I'attiin,
HuitcuMus iiuick a Tils Co.
Bvt-"k5 afJiSS' vw
Hn.ii.nll myjyf, a