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ASI1EYILLB DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890.
low is Your Blood?
. I had 1 malignant breaking wit on my
I below the knra, Bin) ww. 'ir'il iuiiiih1
' d well Willi two anil a liuif bottlis ol
18. 8. Otbvr blood modidi..; '..,..1 (a!! .
jk to do me any good.
Will V. JJkaty, ynrKvwe, s. t;
I wai troubled from childhood with
1 . , .f an aggravated case of Tetter, ami three)
- 4 bottles of 8. B. 8. cured me perms,
, , , neatly. Wallace Mann,
S Mannville, I. T.
Our oook on Blood and Skin Disease
' nun led free,
s' Bwirr Srucirio Co., Atlanta, Go.
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SENTIMENTAL BILL ARP.
HI'. OOKI INTO CAM I TO RVMI.
The nenteel Vagabond of Hoct
elv T Are the Beat Farmer the
Moat Lukewarm Alliance Men T
A Patriarch of the Pant and Ilia
1 don't wnnt u lodge in oim- vut wil
dcrness, n the tired poet did, but it in
Rood for n mnn to get awny from town
and eociety once in a while. Rut awny
from newspaper nnd politics nml busi
ness and town tulk. Getaway to conic
secluded, attractive spot and rest. A
mnn cnn rend the newspapers until he
gets drawn in and nbsorlied in wlitics
and gets excited and becomes an olTcn
The more politics, the less work. Look
round the town and see who are the prin
cipal fomcntcrs of political excitement.
They are the gentlemen of leisure, the
gentlemen who have nothing else to do.
Some of them are the genteel vugnbonds
of society who never do n lick of work,
but live on their kin. Of course, we have
to hnve some of thnt sort to make up so
ciety, but 1 could never see why. The
mnn who has to work all dny liusn't
much time or inclination for Mlitics, nnd
I hnve noticed that the best farmers are
the most lukewarm Alliance men. When
a mnn works hurd nil dny he is too tired
to run about or ride three or four miles
at night to attend a meeting. I know
some farmers who have quit their farms
iircttv much and keep on the warpath
hunting office, and 1 do hope they will
get it for their diligence deserves success.
I was ruminating about this while re
clining "sub tegmine fngi," which is
nearly nil the Latin I remember. Our
tent is pitched right at the loot of a
mountain, and within ten feet of a crys
tal spring thnt gushes from its base.
Laurel bushes and ivy ami mountain
ferns adorn the rocky sides just over thr
spring, and n grassy glade spreads out
lieluw it nnd follows the little stream to
the river. Kiglit in front of us looms up
a higher and da'ker and steeier moun
tain that shuts ii in from sunlight lor
hall the morning. It is covered close
with pines nnd fir trees, except where an
occasional cliff shows its barren wall and
invites you to the top ol its diuy preci
pice. It is n peiicclul luxury to recline in a
camp chair and survey the majesty of na
ture nnd listen to her song. I'p the
stream nnd down nnd in the coves thnt
separate these lofty mountains, are the
rums of a once happy nnd prosierous
settlement. The immense lurnnce otacic
breathes fire no more. The long high
walls of machine shops and foundries
mid flour nulls are still standing stnna
imr in their stone strength without floors.
or roots or timber. I 'inc. anil sycamore
and blucklicrrics have grown up inside
and outside, nnd wild vines have covered
the walls, until in many places the ruins
show nothing but the huge doors nnd
long lines of ojcn windows.
Tlie shadows of evening bring over the
scene a wild, w ild look ot desolation
I lint calls to mind Mood's "Haunted
' ' r tru.peat with it .Mill hail drifted In
Til' ciuii i.n - ho come toi.e vu il.rkly
A th. klv u- the lr.uird ilm plrd kbi,
Willi l.uvn i hat rankly rotted.
Over all ihrie hun; " ah l ""I ' "
A sen-e ol mulir tlie npirlt ilauiiuri.
And aaid n. pinin aa whlajier in thr rnr
' rhin t Inee l hniinei.'
In i he coves nnd dells and nl 'iig i lie
f olhills humble wi r.ijj? people live
in woo' leu house wilii mnioivc stone
chimneys. The firebrand of war de
al royeti these humble homes, but the
dummy lire there, secreted among the
trees lind tines ns if ushumed of the
work that man hail dune nnd hiding
from the light. I have visited these
ruins often, but find many sentinels 1
never found before. I found one nearly
thirty feet in height, nnd it was cmlxiw
crcd mid hidden ill muscadine vines.
whose autumn Iruit attracted us to it
Memory goes back thirty yenrs, wdien
the busy hum of machinery was heard
nil along the narrow neck thnt lies be
tween tlie foot-hills ol the riser. Hun
dred ol ttrong arm and cunning hands
were here earning honest money bv hon
est toil, when old Mnrk Anthony Cooper
uvea neni lueiu, iwu hkc a fjuiiev uiiu
a putiiarch cared for them and
directed and governed them and was
proud and happy nnd kingly in lus
work, lie was the pioneer of the iron
business in Georgia, and hud there been
no war, would have left a monument
more durable than marble. Howgrandly
did the old mnn submit to the inevitable.
How serenely did he bow to the course of
event. I looked upon tlie stmnca mnr-
uic inui ne crcvica in uunor ui inc inciiu.
who had riven bim aid and encourage
ment. What a commentary upon lite I
There are thirty-eight notable name
upon the marble, and they are nil dead.
The greut enterprises that their money
Duilt up ami nourished are all in ruin.
The workmen are dead and their children
scattered. Hut the everlasting hill are
there with their mineral treasures, unu
the same beautiful river still murmur as
Men may come nnd men may go,
ttut 1 go on forever.
When a mnn sits in his enmp chair and
ruminates tiKn these things, how per-
isnnuic seem tne worn, oi numnn kiiiu.
How Insignificant the passing excite
mentol politics. How pregnant with
vnnitv is man's ambition for power and
place. How puerile the contentions of
inimical icnacrs. i mriy years win nnu
them all in their silent graves, or in the
sera and yellow leaf of old age, forgotten
if not forgiven, nnd a new set will be in
tbeir place, dancing to the same music
and singing the same old song for office.
Vcrilv it is better for a mnn to cling to
the small, tweet pleasures of his home
, - - . , . r. ... l l J J
nna nrcsine, iook auer inc cnuurcn uuu
the irrnudchildren. work and toil and en-
iov rest and food and sleep: seek but few
t ' i . . .i : i c i
menus, ana treasure mem tciicii iuhhui
Work while the dny Insts, for the night
comcth when no man cnn work.
Bill A hp.
Why apoouer Left Prague,
Prom the New York Tribune.
Senator Snootier' brother. Mr. R. C
8nooner, of Madison, Wis., who recently
resigned the consulship at Prngue, says
Hint in tne latter city everyone uvea in
nourtments. a custom to which he could
not habituate himself. "I grew tired,"
he continues, "of going to the theatre at
six in the evening;, staying; until 13, and
heinii oblieed to ring a hell and fee the
intnlor in order to get into my own
bouse when I came home. I will never
live in a town where latch key are not
allowed. Another custom which an
noyed me exceedingly was this: Bvery
night before retiring when 1 would put
my feet up on the table, real American
style, and lean back to smoke mv last
cigar, the two servant girl would bounce
in, grab mv nann ana kiss it. nna men
go through the tame rigmarole with my
wife. I waned Will Kublee, my suc
cessor, of these drawbacks to assuming
office there, but be would take it."
ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
A LIST THAT 13 WELL WORTH
A Table of the Altitudes) of Went
ern North Carolina Moussialna
That KveryDody Will Want.
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 is ns follows:
VAI.I.IiV OP TIIH HWANNANOA.
liiur. ft. above ten.
Junction of Pint Creek with Swun-
nnnou Kivcr 2,250
Joseph Stepp's house 2,81H
Burnett's house 2,23
Lower Mountain house Jesse
Stepp's floor of piaxzn 2,770
W. Pntton' cnbins end of car
riage rond 8,2-H
Resting Place brook In-hind Inst
log cabin 3,08(1
Upper Mountain house 5,20
Ascending to Toe River Gni pn
snge main brnnch above
IN TUB HU B KIIM'.R,
Toe River Gnp between Potato
Top and High Pinnacle 5.1KH
High Pinnacle of Blue Ridge 5,701
Rockv Knob's south peak 5,30(1
Big Spring on Rocky Knob 5.080
Big Craggy W?
Bull's Head. 0,11.15
Craggy Pinnacle 5,05
IILACK MOUNTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Potato Top 0,303
Mt. Mitchell .. 0.5H2
Mt. Gibbs 0.501
Stepp's Gn the cnbin 6,103
Mt. Hnlllinck, or Sugarlonf. 6,403
Black Dome, or Mitchell's high
peak, or Clingman ol State
Dome Gnp 6,352
Balsam Cone, Guyot of State
llniry Beiir 0,010
Bear Gap 0,23
Black Brother (Snndux of State
Cattnil Penk 6,011
Rocky Tnil Gap 0.3K2
Denr Mt. North Point 6,233
Ung Ridge South Point 6.20H
Middle Point 6,250
North Point 0,2N
Bowlcn's Pyrnmid North Ivnd 6,3K
NORTH WKSTKHN CHAIN.
lilackstock' Knob 6.3S0
Vcatcs' Knob 5,075
CANKV RIVKK VAI.I.KV.
Green Ponds at Tom Wilson's
highest house 3,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3,110
Wheeler's opjKisite Big Ivy Gnp.. 2,02
Cattnil Fork junction with La-
ncy River 2,873
Sandofor Gnp, or Low Gnp sum
mit of road 3,176
Burnsvillc Court-house square... 2,80
Green Mountain nenr Burnsvillc,
highest point 4,340
r.KOI'P OP TIIK ROAN MOI'NTAIN.
Summit of the road from Burns-
villetoToc river 3,130
Toe Rivir Ford on the road from
Burnsvillc to Roan Mountain. 2.131
llrigg's h nine, foot of the Konn
Mountain valley of Little
Rock creek 2,757
Yellow SiKit, nliove Brigg's 5,158
Little Ye low Mount highest. o.ism
The Cold Spring summit of Ronn 0,132
Grassy Ridge Ball northeast con
tinuation ol Koau .Mountain.. o,2.w
Roun High Bluff. 0.200
Ronn High Knob 0,300
PROM PUHNSVILLB TO r.HANIIPATIIKM
South Toe River Ford 2,532
Toe River Ford, nenr Autrey's 2,57
North Toe River Ford, below
Blue Ridge head of Brushy creek. 3,425
Linville River Ford, below bend of
Brushy creek d,zti7
Linville River, at Piercy't, 3,007
Headwaters of Linville and Wa
tauga River, foot of Grand
father Mountain 4,100
Grandfather Mountain summit 6,807
Wntnuga river at Shull's mill
Tnylorsville, Tennessee 2,305
Whitctops, Virginia 5,530
PROM nt'RNSVILLB TO TIIU HALI1 MOI'N
TAIN OrWKRVATIONS MAOK IIV PRO
PKSSOR W. C. KKNR, OP DAVHMON
COLLKGB COMPUTED RV MB.
Sampson's Gap 4,130
t'-gypt cove at rromt o,.i.o
Wolfs Camp Gap 4,350
Bald Mountain summit 5,550
VAI.LKY OP THR 1110 IVKV CRKKK,
Dillingham's house lielow Yeutc's
Knob, or Bin Butte 2,568
Junction of the three fork 2,276
Solomon Carter house z.zio
Stocksviltc at Black Stock's 2,210
Mouth of Ivev River, by railroad
- - Ml, .
PROM ASHBVILI.B TO MOUNT PIHOAII.
Asheville Court house 2,250
Sulphur Spring the spring 2,002
Hominy Cove at Solomon Dnvici'. 2,52
Little West Pi.ua h 4,724
Great Pisgah o.iui
niO PIORIIN VALLKY.
Forks of Pigeon, at Colonel Cnth-
Bnst fork of Pigeon, at Captain T.
Wnvncsvillc court house 3,756
Sulphur Soring, Richland vnlley
at james k. u. L,ove s i.iio
Mr. Hill' farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek below Hill' 2,524
Cold Mountuin 6,063
CHAIN OP TIIK RICHLAND IIALKAM.
Richland, between Richland creek
and the west fork of I'igron
creek nnd at B Medford's
li. Medford's farm, foot of Lick-
Deep Pigeon Gnp
Cold Spring mountain
Double Spring mountnin
Richlnnd Balsam or Caney Fork
Spruce Ridge Top
CHAIN OP WKSTKNKk'S IIALD.
Westener Bnld north peak
ORKAT MIDLLB CHAIN OP HALS AM MIH'N
TAIN RKTWKKN SCOTT' CRKKK
AND LOW CRKKK.
Kno Plott's farm north foot of
Old Field Mountnin 5,100
Huckleberry Knob 0,484
Rnns I'lott's Ho sum first line
sum, north end 6,007
Jones' Balsam north point 6,223
South end 6,050
Roct Stand Knob 6,006
Brother Plott U,242
Amos Plott' Balsam, or Great
Rocky Face 0.031
White Rock Ridge 5,528
Black Rock 0.815
Panther Knob 5,850
Perry Knob 5,026
VALLBY OP SCOTT 8 CRKKK.
Love's snwmill 2,011
Mnclure' fnrm 3,285
Rond Gnn. head of Scott' creek... 3,357
John Brown' farm 3,040
Itrvson s farm
John Love's farm 2,226
Webster Court Mouse ,zud
VALLEY OP TUCKASKK0BK AND TRHIITTA-
Tucknseege river mill, lielow Web
ster, near tne road to yuaaa
Junction of Savannah creek 2.001
I unction of Scott's creek i.vu
Ouallatown Mnin Store....". 1,070
iko river, loro to uconaiuuce i.utiu
Soco Gnp road summit 4,341
Amos r ott inrm on i-igeon a.un
Oconaluftee river, junction Brad-
lev ork a.-'ii.i
Rolicrt Collins' hiuhest house 2.500
Junction of Raven's und Straight
Junction of Bunch's creek 2,370
CHAIN OP THE ISKKAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN
FROM NORTHKAST TO SOI'TII WKKT
FROM THE IIOI'ND OP HAYWOOD
COUNTY TO THE GAP OP LIT
1 he Pillar, head of Straight fork
ot Oconnlultec river ts,2ot
Thermometer Knob 6,157
Rnven's Knob 6,230
Tricorner Knob 0,188
Mt Guyot, so named by Mr. Buck-
lev in common n.n.Ki
Mt. Henry 0.373
Mt. Alexander 0,47
South Peak 0,200
The True Brother, highest or cen
tral ncak 5,007
Thunder Knob 5,682
Lnurcl Peak 5,022
Reinhardt Gap 5,220
Ion of Riclllanil Klilge o,'J'J
Indian Gnp 5,317
Peck's Penk 6,232
Uiulithnnd or New Gap 5.006
Mt. Mingus 5,004
UROUP OF IIU1.I.IIKAD, TKNNKSSKK.
Central Peak, or Mt.lcnmptc 0.012
West Peak, or Mt. Curtis G.r(8
North Penk, or Mt. .Stafford 6,535
Cross Knob 5,021
Master Knob O.Ul.i
Tomahawk Gap 5.450
Alum t.uve -t.'Jii
Alum Cnve creek, junction with
Little ngcon Kivcr
ORKAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Road Ga 5,271
Mt. Collins u,inn
Collins' Gap 5,720
Chngman's Dome 6,660
Mt llucklev ''''
Chimney Knol 5,588
llignlone Mountnin o.ni
Big Cherry Gap 4.838
Corner Knob 5,20
Forncv Ridge Peak 5,0Mi
Snaky Mt 5,105
Thunderhend Mt 5,520
SKiiec Cabin 4.010
I urkey Knol) ,10
Opossum Gap 3,80
North llalil .11
The Great Bald's central iicak 4,022
South Peak 4,708
ft'nncssce River nt llnrdin's 800
1 1 ill House Mt., siiiibnit road to
Montvalc Snriiiiis 2.452
Montvnlc Springs, Tennessee 1,203
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ANDREWS ! !
loft miles wrt utAKhcvllle nn the Murphy
brnnch nl the Western Mirth Carolina rail
road, 10 miles east uf Murphy, situnletl In
the heart of one of the must .M-nutiful und
fertitc valleys on the face of the vurlh 8ur
rouadeil by hliih niountniiis vovvred with
vlrttin fmesls nf ninKl)UMit (Im tr. The
town site and many tirtjol. Iiik m-res hive
lately been pi o veil, IivckU-ii IvelmrinK'1, t'ltc
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
white nnd colored, of very fine ijiinlltv.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS THK KEY
to the ailitittton. No other town nenr. Th
location la nil thnt could bcdealred. Atlitud
1K0II feet above the aea.
(ireat ninrblc quarries, furniture factories.
extensive tanneries, Ac, Vc. Hammer and
LOTS FOR SALE.
ON WlillNHStlAV, (ICTIIHHK TIIU 1ST,
Till! OWNHK8 WILL 81(1.1.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
aa many lota aa the people want not exceed
ing -Km choice business and residence lots, to
the highest bidder, and on
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
oflering a mngnllt.'cnt opjiortunity forevery-
liiHty to make money, on a amnll or Inru.
aeole, according to the number of luta pur
ehaaed. Secure property in this Itcautilul Val
ley while you can. h'ciltucd rates nn
K'ailmad from Aslievilli and principal
TKRMS OK 8Al.ll i
One.flfth cnah. bnlniiee 1, tf, 3 and 4 .veiirs,
ut alx ier cent. Intcreat.
I'or pints and all other Infiinnatlini npplv
Gwyn & West,
Asheville, N. C.
Wednesday, Oct. xst.
suua dtds wilt mon we ni
Rome people agree with The Hun', opinion.
nnoiit men nnu ininK"i nu point iiv-upi"
tlnn' ! but everybody like, to art hold of the
new.pnprr which fa never dull and sever
afriild to icak ita mind.
Demncrnti. know thnt for twenty years
The Hun ha. ronaht in tne rrnnt line tor iirin
orrntlc orluriolra. never wavering or weak
enlng In Its loynity to the truelnterrata of the
party It aervea with frarleaa Intelllgrnct and
illalntereated vigor. At time, opinion, have
differed a. to ihe U-at mean, of accompllah
ing the common pnrpoaei It la not The
sun'a fault II It aaa seen lurtn.r into tin mm
HlKhteen hundred nnd ninety I. th. year
that will probably determine the result or tne
Prealilentlal election of lnu'i, and perhaiia
the fortnnea of the llemocracy for the real of
the century, victory In I ana la a nuty, and
the beginning of I ana la the Ileal time to atari
nl In (.nrnttnnv vlttl The nun.
Dally, per month , So-so
daily, per year o.oo
aiintlav. orr v.ar .......ii. t.OO
Pally and Rundny, per year S.oo
lially and Hunday,per month,,. 0.70
Weekly, on. year I.OO
Address THK ItiN, New forts,
DO YOU WANT
Large I land Bills;
A ProsptH-t us,
Tlien wild your order to
No. N. Court Square,
Asheville, N. C.
From a Newspnper to a Vis
iting Card run bo execu
ted in a workmanlike
style at this Print
PRICES AS LOW
As rirst-Class work can
Ask any of the thousands
of their patrons in Asheville
nml Western North Carolina
oh to their manner of doing
business. They art
In North Carolina.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wc.tcra North Carolina Divi.ion.
1'AaSliNGKR TRAIN BCHBDULB
(In Bpfict March 2.11
75th MeriUiun time uaed when not otherwlae
1 1 2()pni
1 1 24-nm
' New Vork,
A. AC 8. R. R.
8 40 p m
70O p m
607 p m
840 p m
Lv. Hot Rpring.. Arr.
Arr A.heville. Arr.
Ar. Hendcr.onville, "
No. 18 I (Hatty cscept Sunday.)
388 p m
1 65 p m
948 a m
610 a m
910amlLv. Aahevillc. Ar.
UIOamlAr. Wayneavilie, "
264 pml" Hryson City, "
646 nml" Weallield, Lv.
Nus. no and M. Tubman HlecDers between
(ireensbiiro and Morrtstown.
Nus. oil and na iMiiiniiin Buffet sicenma
Cnrsltetwevn Htit SpriiiifH and Washinsjton,
Asncviiie is ureakiust biation lor o. on.
I tinner " " " 53,
Hickory is " " " &U,
W. A. WINBUHN, D. P A.,
Asheville. N. C.
IA8. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
Washington I) C.
NEW TRANS-CONTINENTAL ROUTE.
IA CHICAGO, MILWA1TKKH ft 8T. PAUL
AND NOKT1IKKN PACIFIC R. K'8.
Thmuirh Pullman Rleenlnir Car leaves Chi-
airti daily at o.tto p. m.
i'or m. I'aui nnu Minneapolis.
h'nrKo, North Hakota.
I It-It-tin nnd Hutte, Montana.
The Yi'llowsttme Park.
' Spokane Falls and Tucoma.
llest Koute to Seattle and all North Pacific
The Scenic line to California, via Portland
and the 8b as t a Koute.
Tickets on sale everywhere.
For information apply to any A Kent, or
address A. V. II. Campkntkh, Ocnerul Pas
sentier Accent, Chicnuo, 111., or 1. C. ItKAiiv,
Siiuthern Fusscniier A Kent, Louisville, Ky.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
FASTEST ROUTB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aahevilte to Knnana City In 37 hours.
Aahevllle to Ik-nvrr in 01 boura.
Aahevillc to fan Frnneiaco. California, and
urtlnnd, Oregiin. in ft duva.
8iil Veatiliuled Trnina St. Loula to Kao
a City. Reclining ehnir car free.
For full information cull un or write to
B. A. Newland,
lilatrict Pnaaenger Agent,
No. 10 ration Ave., Aahevillc. N.C.
. CHARLTON, ). P. A., Chicago, III.
Cheap Rates to all Points.
RAILROAD TICKIiTS bought, sold and
exchanged. All trnnanctiona guaranteed.
C. F. RAY,
OpKaltc Swnnnnnoa Hotel. aulO dtf
DO NOT FORGET
-T II AT
Strictly in Advance.
$5 For a Club of Six.
Send One Dollar and renew
your subscript ion at once.
SlKH'ial Correspondents in
every section of Western
SPECIAL, FEATURES I
it 1 1 - i
In the State.