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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1890.
;A troublesome (kin dlwwm
mind nw to scratch fur tcu
month, and hat been cured by
Jf use of 8. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff.
TTppcr Murlburu, AW.
ta purfrt anvenu vcars bro of
swelling In my li'j; fly tint uho of
I,, and havo Imd no syinioms of
turn of Ihu disniM). Jinny prom-
ihyslrlims uiii'n'lcd mi nutl all
mo . . ni the work.
FAUb W K t IIKPATRirK.
. 'l Johnson City, Ten.
. tmfu on Wood Skin Disease!
. t, SWIFT 8l'KI'IKtr Co.
M ini 'i.,
, j PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
L .7 3ERT iillOUN,
1 CSHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
PtDi Box J7, la Hendry Block,
i iA. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHA9I,
I iitv'H Store,
Jnic with silver nr amalgam.
4 act Of tKth
No letter made, no matter what you pay.
Cr. J. H. Crawford,
Rooms G nnd
Aahr-lllc N. C.
FKACTICK LIUITKII Til TUB
r Jc, Kar, Thront
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f A "WCW I A VTl
4a iJ-i it iJiixT iy,
$, Attorney at Law.
-H MARION, N. C.
Will practice In the loth and 12th Judicial
Mrivu of North Carolina and in the Ku
Im Cunrt and the Prdernl Court of the
, lrrn IH.trlct of North Carolina.
' Yaso. H. Davidson, Thos. A. Jiinkh
Kaleish. Jas. O. Mahtin. Aatrrilir
JTJAVID80N. MARTIN ft IONK8.
Attornevs and CounH-llont ul
r A.hcville. N. C.
Will practice in the 1 1 III and liiili Jud.ciul
IHatricta. and In the Supreme Court ol North
Carollnn. and In the Federal Courta of the
.Western IliHtriet of North Carolina.
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V PlanR, specification and eatimatei.
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..tid mi chari:t'M for drawings
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durablt and beautiful
;, Are recommended by the beat artlita, Come
and ciamln. our Roods before -buying else
where at No. 87 I'atton avenue. Tuning
and repairing a specialty.
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snmelBg rraea Uui aOiehl of youthful anna, earl
wy. waauna waaaiiiat, loal mwaood, ate-, I will
iladl oonululng full
aruajlara for bona eura, FRKI of ehara A
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K. H. BRITT,
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUIIDER.
I Alao grading ofoill kinds done. All orders
'promptljr filled and work guaranteed Can
be found at aril times at Oraham's Cottoa
EASY TO MAKE ERRORS.
HK B4MPI.Ka OP
They Were Chicago Mhoett on
or Hannibal Hamlin' Ubiiicb
some Wood War Htorlea JokN
of a Kind Thai Will Wear,
I'rom the lloaton Transcript.
Mere acriliblrra urc sometime n..uieii
tit the mistakes which businessmen, who
nrc nlwnyg Iiiiik"'ik nt the incnpiicity of
literary people for afliiira, occ-isn.niilly
innke. A certain writer, who liitely hud
ueciision lu semi u letter to a proimncnt
and ahle business mnn on n money mat
ter, nml who sidled his mime in a Rood
round Imnd (sny) "Wnltcr Smith" at
the bottom, was astonished to receive n
letter entirely in the business mnn's own
handwriting, iiiiiircssi'a" milium mnitii
on the envelope, with a check also made
niivnblc to "William Smith," and ad
dressed within to "William Smith, New
York." while the cnveloiie was auiivr
scribed with the proper Boston address.
Much liinnirrthnu this was the request
which a literary man received the other
day from his brother, who is a business
man. The business brother wna stop
ping nt a cottage at the seaside, where
lie was hy-nnd-by to be joined by the lit
erary brother. I here was, as a guest at
the cottage, a young lady whom the lit
erary brother had never met. This was
the message which the literary man re
"Dear Jack, Miss (J wants n pair
of tennis shoes. Please RotoT. H.& M's
and get a pair of black tennis shoes be
sure and get black and scud thrm as
iptickly iib possible. Yours, Dick."
The literary brother wrote on the Init
tom of the note a message to the effect
that, as he had no reason to suppose
tlinr Mitia i I w.m Irnm t'liit'iurfi. Iih
did not fccOustincd ill sending a pair of
No. it) s bv return express, and rcquest-
i ing that the iniHirtnut detail ol the mini-
hcr Iw supplied.
A Hlory or Hannibal Hamlln'H.
From the WnnhiiiKtoii DlHpateh.
The Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of Kangor,
Me., was pnssing through West Market
square, Kangor, one morning, when he
saw a load of very nice oats, and made a
bargain for llieiu with the owner. Hav
ing paid the price, he gave the eouutrv-
I man directions as to now
to hud his
house, lint his bucolic friend was nnt
quick to understand him, and finally
said: "Look here, mister, you gel up
here with me and show me where your
house is." Uncle Hannibal accepted the
invitation, and when the barn was
renched he even assisted the driver in
disposing oi his load, which only about
half filled the bin. He, therefore, ordered
another load nt the same price, and it
was brought the next week. In the
meantime, the farmer had learned who
his purchaser was. Wheii he renched M r.
Hamlin's house with the second lond the
larmcr nt once began an upulogy for his
jocular rudeness, assuring the vice presi
dent that it he had known who he was
he would surely nut have asked him to
ride on a bag of oats.
"Well, i.iy Iricnd," said Hamlin, "I
didn't hurt the oats, did I ?"
"No, bu "
"Well, the oats didn't hurt me, so 1
don't sec as there is any chance for us to
Uncle Hamlin has no more ardent ad
mirer in Maine lo-dnv ihantli.it r.ii-er of
, An AttloulHht'd Vleriryman.
Prom llioo.lyti l i c.
The I rincr assistant rector of one of
i he laig' l Hi'ise. pal , liuieln s of the city
was onee u juhv liouu leihw when he
i lived in a bonding house here, and in his
fi lion: - as vs'.otncd In plat a
rieinllv ..ni. ul whist or take a smoke.
One evening when lu .wns out at mt,
vice two wags I'u inly uaiUtl his slimier
to the i mi' and nwnitei results in the
I'resi i lly the dominie rettiracd. They
iicard him moving about; they heard the
thud ol his shoes ns they were taken and
thrown down, and then nil was silence.
They iccpcd cautiously in, and there be
held the young clergyman smarting in
his slipiicrs, his face as white as a sheet,
and a look of horror linnu it. his eves
staring straight nncatl. I lie signt was
too much for them, but thev managed
lu auppress incir luugnier alio ass m a
lone of nmnxement what the matter was.
"Matter," he gasied, "there is matter
enough, boys. I'm paralyzed, and can't
move hund or fool. For mercy's sake,
The man did nctually, such is the force
of imagination, believe he was purulvxcd
for n moment or two, but be finally set
c'm up, in a manner appropriate to his
calling, by buying cigars for the crowd.
One or Private Allen's War Htorlea
I'rom the Galveston News.
Congressman Allen, of Mississippi,
never tires of telling funny titles about
the war. Here arc two:
"A Confederate soldier in a certain reg
iment had become notcil for running
away from every fight. On one ocension
his captain found him in line ns nn unex
pected attack oieni(l. Standing behind
him the captain drew his pistol and said :
'Now, John, up to this time you have
run from every fight. You have digrnccd
yourself on all occasions. Now, if you
stir from the line this time I intend' to
shoot you dead. 1 shall stand Here,
right IK-Iiind you, and il you start to run
I shall certainly kill you.'
John heard the captain through, and,
drnwing himself up to an unusual height,
'Well, enptnin, you may shoot me if
f'ou like, but I'll never give any low-lived,
uw-down Yankee the privilege of do
At Murfrecsborn n Confederate soldier
was rushing to the rear with all the
siccl he could command. An officer
hailed him and snecringly inquired why
he wits running so fust awny from the
Yankees. The soldier, without stopping,
yelled back :
'Hcenuse I can't fly.'"
What Charlie Would no.
"Maud doesn't seem quite hs cold ns
fohinnhly, donchcr know." Ualley
"Well, the price of ice is up, you know."
He (looking at the clock) "II less me,
how time flics! 1 had no idea it was so
late." She (yawning) "Better late
than never." Texas Sittings.
R Mother (mournlullyl "Mydenr Char
', whnt would you do if I hapicned to
die?" Little Charlie (eagerly) "I'd cut
all the sugar." Texas Sittings.
"And if the contemporary world does
not appreciate me, I know I am n mint
of the future." B. "Yes, yes, and will
always remain so." Pliegende Hluttcr.
"What shall 1 pay you?" "Well, sir,
you have had two glasses ol beer and a
cutlet, so the boss gets sixty cents, but
what 1 nnt to gel I hnven t yet found
out," Plicucnde Illattcr.
"I thought that building wna fire
proof," remarked Hums, ns lie looked nt
the ruins. "Well, it's pretty good proof
of a fire just now," returned Undcr
Mr. Fogg having had the misfortune
to full Into the lountain basin of the ho
tel at u watering place, finds on his next
week's bill the following entry; "To
one cold bath, $1.." l'licgcnde Hluttcr.
ALMOST REACH THE SKY,
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
LIST THAT IS WELL
A Table or the Altitude or West
e.rn North Carolina MounlaliiH
That Everybody Will Want.
Ilclow will lx' found a list of the differ
ent mniiutninsol Western-North Carolina
with their several altitudes. The meas
urements arc from Arnold Ouyot. The
list is as adlows:
VAI.I.HV OP Till; HWANNANOAi
ItiiiC. ft. nliove sen.
Inaction ol Hat l reck with Swan
nation Kivcr 2,2.r0
losenh Stcpa'B house 2,MK
Lower Mouutuin house lease
Stcpp's floor of piaxzn '2,770
n. ratton s cnoins end ol car
riage road 3,241
Resting I'lucc brook behind Inst
log cabin !t,!5.r
Upper Mountain house Q,240
Ascending to Toe Kiver t.ii pas
sage main branch above
IN TUK lll.l'K KIIMiK.
Toe River Onn lietwcen Potato
Too and High Pinnacle ,1,188
High I'innnclcol lllue Kidge 5,701
Kockv Knob's south peak 0,300
liig Spring on Rocky Knob 5,080
Grey Heard 5,48
llig Craggy 0,090
Hull's Menu :i
Craggy I'innncle 5,045
111. AC K UOI NTAIN MAIN CHAIN,
Potato Top 0,.'1'.I3
Mt. Mitchell 6,581
Mt. Gibbs 0,501
Stepp's Gap the cabin 0,108
Mt. llallliuck, or Siignrlnnl U.4U3
Itlnck Dome, or Mitchell s high
peak, or Cliiigiuan ol Slate
Dome Gap 0,352
Halsain Cone, Guyot of State
Hairy Ilcur 0,010
Hear Gap 6,234
lilack Hrothcr (Sauilox ol State
Rocky Tail Gap
Denr Mt. North Point
I .ong Ridge South Point
Ilowlcn's Pyramid North lind.
NORTH WKSTKRN CHAIN,
CANIiV KIVKK VAI.I.KV.
Green Ponds at Tom Wilson's
highest house 3,222
1 om Wilson s new house
Wheeler's opH)site Hig Ivy Gap,
Cuttnil Pork junction with C
ney River 2,873
bundolor Gap, or Low Gap sum
mil of rond 3,170
lUirnsville Court-house S(unre... 2,840
Green Mountain near lltirusvillc.
highest point 4,340
OHOttl' OF Till! KOA.N MOl'NTAIN,
Summit of the road from Hurns-
villetoToe river 3,130
Toe Kiver rord on the road Irom
itnriiHvillc to Koan Mountain. 2.131
Hadv's farm 2,3711
llrigg's house, foot ol the Roan
Mountain valley of Little
Rock creek 2,757
Yellow Spot, iiIkivc llrigg's 5,158
Little Yellow Mount highest 5.1 '.Mi
lite Cold Spring summit ol Rutin 0,13:
Grassy Ridge Hall norlhcnst con
tinuation of Koan Mountain.. 0,230
Koan High Bluff. 0,200
Roan High Knob 0,300
I'KOM lll'HNHVll.LB TO CRANDFATIIKK
South Toe River Ford 2.532
Toe River Ford, near Autrey's 2,547
North Toe Kiver Ford, below
lllue Ridge head of Brushy creek. 3,425
Linville Kiver ford, below head of
Brushy creek 3,207
Linvillc River, at I'icrcy's 3,007
Headwaters of Linvillc nnd Wa
tauga Kivcr, foot of Grand
father Mountain 4.100
Grandfather Mouutuin summit 5,807
Watauga river at Shull's milt
Tuylorsvillc. Tennessee 2,305
Wliitctops, Virginia 5,530
I'ROM lll'KNSVII.LR TO TIIK IIAMI MOl'N
TAIN OIISKRVATIONS MAIIK II V PRO
PKSKOR W. C. KKRR, OP DAVIDSON
COLLEGU COM1HTK1) IIY MU.
Sampson's Gup 4,130
ligvpt Cove nt Proflit'a 3,320
Wolfs Camp Gap 4,35!)
Iluld Mountain summit 0,550
VAI.LHV (IH TIIK ntU IVKY CMKKK.
Dillingham's house below Yeate's
Knob, or Big Butte 2,508
(unction of the three forks 2,270
Solomon Carter's house 2,215
Stocksvillc nt Black Stink's 2,210
Mouth of Ivcy River, by railroad
I'ROM ASI1KV1LI.K TO MOl'NT rhU'.AII.
Ashcville Court house 2,250
Sulphur Springs the spring 2,0112
Hominy Cove nt Solomon Haviea . 2,542
Little West Pisgah 4.724
Great Pisgah 5,757
mo riCKlIN VAI.I.KV.
Forks of Pigeon, at Colonel Cnth-
linst fork of Pigeon, at Captain T.
Wnvncsvi lie court house.. 3,750
Sulphur Spring, Richland valley
at jnmcs K. u. L.ove s 2,7Io
Mr. Ilill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek below Hill's 2,524
Cold Mountain 0,003
CHAIN OP TIIK RICHLAND hA I.SAM.
Richland, between Richland -creek
and the west fork of Pigeon
creek nnd nt B Mcdford's. ....... 3,038
B. Medford's farm, foot of Lick-
ston's mountnin 3,000
Lickstnn mountain 5,707
Dcen Pigeon Gnn 4.007
Cold Spring mountnin 6,015
Uouoic Mpnng mountain u,:imo
Kichliind Balsam or Cancy Fork
Balsnm Divide 0,425
Chimney Top 0,234
Spruce Ridge Top 0,070
Lone linisain o.mm
Old Bold 5,780
CHAIN OP WKSTKNKR 8 IIAMI,
Wcstcncr Bnld north peak 5,414
ORKAT Mllll.I.K CHAIN OK HA 1.8AM MOUN
TAINS IIKTWKKN SCOTT'S CRUHK
' AND LOW CKKKK.
linos Plott's farm north foot of
Old Field Mountain....
Ivnos Plott's Balsam first Bal
sam, north end 0,007
tones' Bnlsnm north point 6,223
South end 0,006
Rock Stjind Knob 0,006
Brother Plott 8,242
Amos Plott s Balsam, or Great
Divide ,. 0,278
Rocky Face 0.031
White Rock Kidge 5,028
Black Rock 5,810
Panther Knob 6,350
Perry Knob 6,020
VAI.LKV OP BCOTT'S CHliKK.
Love's sawmill 2,011
Madura's farm 3,285
Road Gap, head of Scott's creek... 3.357
John Brown's farm 3,040
'llryson's farm 2,173
John Love's form 2,220
Webster Court House 2,203
VAI.I.KV OP TUCKASKKIiKR AND TRIIIITTA-
Tuckasccgc river mill, below Web
ster, near the road to Qunlla-
Junction ol Snvnnunh creek 2,001
I unction ol Scott's creek 1,077
(luallatown Main Store 1,070
Soco river, ford to Oconnluftee 1,000
Soco Gap road summit 4,341
Amos Plott's fnrm on Pigeon 3,084
Uconnluitec river, junction Brad-
Icy fork 2,203
Rolicrt Collins' highest house 2.500
Junction of Raven's and Straight
Junction of Bunch's creek 2,370
CHAIN OP TIIK CRUAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN
I'ROM NORTIIKAST TO SOIITIIWKST
PROM TIIK HOUND OP HAYWOOD
COUNTY TO TIIK GAP OP LIT
1 he Pillar, head of Straight fork
of Oconnluftee river 0,255
Thermometer Knob 0,157
Raven's Knob 0,230
Tricorner Knob 0,188
Mt Ouyot, so unmeet iy Mr. Buck-
Icy in common 0,030
Mt. Henry 0,373
Mt. Alexander 0,447
South Peak 0,200
1 he 1 rue Hrothcr, highest or cen
tral peak 5,007
Thunder Knob 5,082
Laurel Peak 5,022
Reinhnrdt Onn 5,220
Toil of Richland Ridge 0,402
Indian oup 0,317
Peek's Peak 6.232
Righthnnd or New Gap 5.000
Mt. Mingus . 0,004
GKOI'POP llt'LI.IIKAD, TKNNliSSKK
Central Penk, or Mt.Lccompte 6,012
West Peak, or Mt. Curtis 6.508
North Peak, or Mt. Stafford 0.035
Cross Knob 0,021
Master Knob 0,013
Tomnhnwk Gap 6,450
Alum Cuve 4,071
Alum Cave creek, junction with
Little Pigeon Kiver 3,848
GKKAT SMOKY MOl'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Kond Gap 5,271
Mt. Collins 0,188
Collins' Gup 5,720
.Mt. Mve 11.4-KS
Chngmnn's Home 0,000
Mt Hucklev 0,500
Chimney Knob 6,588
lug Stone Mountain 5,014
liig C herry Gap 4,838
Corner Knob 0,24f
Forney Kidge Peak 0.087
Thundcrhend Mt 5,020
S(cnce Cabin 4.01O
Turkey Knob 4.74H
Opossum Gup 3.84H
North Iluld 4,711
Thr Great Bald's central penk 4.022
South Peak 4,708
Tennessee Kiver at Hardin's 800
Hill House Mt.. summit road to
Moutvale Springs 2,452
Mont vale Springs, Tennessee 1,203
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My wile bus sullcred for lilleen vrara
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tion. After using three bottles ofllJad
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of Arta, In one of which Modem Languages
are suhatltuted for Greek.
Usienara for the year enn Ik met with One
Hundred and I'lrty niillnra.
The next session hegins the 1st any of ()e-
J A. OAMKWIll.L, (tec. of Faculty.
WOFFFRD COLLEoTVlTTINQ SCHOOL,
Hpnrtnnburg, B. C.
The Fourth fteaalon heulns October 1 , 1 0,
Iluva nrcnnrcu lor college
oc covered ov aimi
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A. O. KKMIII1KT.A. M
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Kng-llata aud French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNO LADIEI AND LITTLE GIRLS,'
No. 40 French Broad Avenue.
MRS. BURQWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
(Por many year. Aaaodate Principal of Mt.
Vernon Institute, Baltimore.)
Assisted by a carps of compenUnt teachers,
ANDREWS ! !
lofl mllca went of Anhcvlllc nn the Murphy
branch of the Wcntern North Carolina rail-
rood, lrt mile cant of Murphy, iltuatcd In
the heart of one of the most beautiful and
fertile valley on the face of the earth. Sur
rounded by hlgh mountain! covered with
virgin forcHta of mafmiflecnt timber. The
town wile and many adjoining acres have
lately been proved, byextenlvv borings, tole
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
white and colored, of very fine ijuallty.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS THE KEY
to the aituatlon. No other town nenr The
location la nil that could liedcalrcd. Altitude
1X00 feet above the aca.
Great marble uuarrtca, furniture I'netorira,
extensive tanneries, &c., &c. Summer and
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Lt. New York,
A. & 8. R. R.
N 4(1 p m
7 oo p m
6 117 p m
340 p m
8 00 am
Lv. Hot Sorlnca. Arr.
Arr A.hcville. Arr.
Ar. Henderaonvllle, "
No. 18 (Dally escept Sunday.)
oVOamlLv. Aahevilie. Ar.
3 116 p m
1 58 p m
945 a m
6 10 a m
Noa. SO and 81. Pullman Hlectiera tietu-een
Oreenaboro and Mnniatuwn.
Noa. 82 anil 83 Pullman rluftct Slcen no-
Cm lietwcen Hot Sprlnga and WiiahitlKton.
AancTllie la nreUKluat Mutlon lor Mo. no.
" Dinner " " " Sa.
Hickory Is " " ' " 52.
W. A. WINUIIRN, I). P A.,
JAS. L. TAYLOR. O. P. A.,
waauingtoa II c.
TLANTIC COAST LINK
On and after thia date the following ached-
ules will be run over ita "Columbia I Hvlalon."
No. S3 Leaves Columbln 6.20 p. m.
Arrives at Charleaton 9.30 u. m.
No. 83 Leaves Charleaton 7.10 a. m.
Arrives at Columbia 11.65 a. m.
Connecting with traina to and from all
polnta on the Charlotte, Columbia St Aul
guata and Columbia at Greenville Railroade,
T. M. BMBRSON, Gen. Pass. Agt.
I. P. DBVINB, Oca. aunt.
Street Car Schedule.
Peirlnnina at 1 a. m. Bmllna lo ot) p. m
Car leaves Square for all points on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
after. Schedule ears connect at Square.
Train car and bagKnge car meet evcrv
train. One valiae allowed each paaaenirer.
Baggage transferred from all points in the
ity for 26 cents.
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