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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN i TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 0, 1890.
How is Your Blood?
I had malignant (making out on my
leg below the knee, and wan cuml mium'
and well with two and n half liottks ol
8. 8. 8. Other blood uiudlciuta bail fall
ed to do me any good.
Will C. Beatt, Yorkville, S. C.
I waa troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case of Tetter, and three
botttea of 8, 8, 8. cured me perma
nently. Wallacb Mann,
Hannvllle, I. T.
Our nook on Blood and Skin Dlaeam
Swift Stbcoto Ca, Atlanta, Ga.
W. STUART LEECH, M. 0.,
PHYSICIAN AND NURUKON,
Oner hiii profraaioiinl service to the citizen
of Aahevllle unci theanrrounrilng country
OI'FICH Nnotn 8 McAfee Building.
INittRH to a. m. to 1 p. m. nml 4 to II p. ni.
Tlil.HI'IIONK tlrnnd Central Hotel.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL. CONSTRUCTION.
. O. Box S7, II Hendry Mock.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
iMUce Over J. H. Law. Hturr, South Main
' with gna noc.
Pilling with ailver or amalgam.. .floe to7ftc.
" " gold 1.(MI and upward.
rVt of teeth $0.IH).
Beat Kt of teeth SM.oo.
No better made, no matter what yoa pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. S anil 6, Mi-A fee lluildlng,
Tatton Avenue. A.hevllle. N. C.
FBACTICB LIMITKII TO TUB
IJye, I Car, Throat and None.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
Will practice In the 111th and 12th Judicial
IHatrlcta of North Carolina anil in the Su
preme Court and the Frilcrnl Court of the
Weatern IHatrict of North Carolina.
Titnn. I'. Imvipmin, Tuoa. A. .Ionn.
Raleigh. Ik, tl. Maktik. A.levillc.
JAVIDHXIN. MARTIN (k JUNKS.
Attorney and Counarllora nt I -aw,
Aahevllle. N. C.
Will prattler in the II th nml 12th Judicial
lliatricta. and In the Muitrcme Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Court, of the
Weatern lllatiict of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Aahevllle. ritarl
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, apeeiflcatlona and eatimatea fur
alahed. All work In my line rontractnt for.
and no ehargea for drawing, on contract,
Refereneea when dralml.
officii No. 12 Hendry Hloek, North Court
Itquart, Aahevllle. N. 0. felillhlly
R. II. RKKVKS, D.D.t. I II. K. SMITH, 11. U.S.
Dm. RecvcM Hiiilth.
la Cunnany Buuning. uei Wedwomra Hlorr,
Teeth estraetr.t without pain, with the new
natatheUc, and nil rnara of Irregularity cor
P RAMHAV. n. n.n.
Over the Nntionnl llnnk of Alic ll'r. Ilnr
nanl lluildlng. Keaidrm-r, ill) Churltte at.
IRAOFIELO REGULATOR Ca ATlANTAg
The ftnrat illaplay, yuu will aer III (ha wlnl
THE MODEL CMAH STORE, PATTON AVENUE.
Florida orange canra, natural handle)
With crv(ng;alo Vul tiuod, Hca tJrhpc,
ialinc.ttp,. Balaam, Hlack Mangrove, llumllia.
All fanrtly carved.
Rome people agree with The Bun' oplnlona
about men and thlnga, and anme peopl'
don't 1 hat everybody like, to get hold of the
newapaper which fa never dull and never
afraid to apeak Ita mind.
Urmocratt. know that for twenty year.
Tne nun na. roagnt in tne front line tor item
oeratl. miactnlcn. nvr waverlna or weak
enlng In It. loyalty to the true Interest, of the
party It serve, with atari. Intelllgrnc and
dlainfjervated vigor. At lima opinion, have
differed a. to the heat mean, of accompllah
Ing th. common purpoaei It I. not The
nun', raait If It aaa area further Into th mill
Itlghteen hundred and ninety la the year
that will probably determine the reanltofthr
I'rcaldrntlnl election of I ana. and nerhatta
the fortune, of the Democracy for the reat of
inccrniiiry. rinnrr m iniw 11 a quiy, anil
he llrRifitinigof lauOia the bealtTm totrt
but In company with The Sun.
11a y. P" month , fp so
ally, per year , Coo
lui-day, ikt year a.oo
pally and Sunday, per year ).oo
Dally and Hunday, per month 0.70
Weekly, on year 1.0.
AorM THK IIIN, Maw York
EIGHT MILES AT SEA.
LIGHT HOi'MItON HATTKHAI
An Viielertaklna- of Groat Peril
That Miul be Accompllaliecl to
Have Human Life and Property
The Beard ofMr.Harper.or Butte
From the Boaton Journal,
All who "go down to the sea in aliips
will read with profound interest of the
attempt that is to be mnde to build a
grent light house on the Outer Diamond
shoal of) Hatteras, eight miles at sea.
Nothing so desperate hat ever been at
tempted by nny government.
Hntterns is a name of sinister import
to mariners. Within the last century it
is supposed that there have been more
wrecks in thnt bleak and treacherous lo
cality thnn at any other point In the
world. When the mountainous waves
and fierce currents seize a ship off Hnt
teraa, it is usually beyond human power
to renner any mil. rrom me iwenty
wven vessels lost there in the sixteen
months it is stnteri that only one single
life was snved. There is a light on the
land at Hntteras, but mariners running
m to Higut mis mint ana set tnetr bear
iiiK, ure in danger of liemg caught by
current or tcniieHt and hurled upon thnt
deadly shore. The government, there-
lurc, Una tletcrmmeil to ulace a irreat
li(;lit house eight miles nut nt sea, to
kivc aiiuur. iiinciy warning 01 incir nan
bit. The contractors who will nttcmpt to
0111111 mm iigm niiiisc muni oe orave men
imlceil, lor the risks ther have determined
to take arc many and tremendous. The
iiucksnnils of this shonl are continually
changing with the ccnsclcss.ever-varving
currents. There is 110 certain depth nl
water, for its frciiieut fluctuntiona range
from forty to sixty feet. The quicksands,
the mighty waves ami currents, the vio
lent winds, mnke niichnrngc an impossi
bility. Hence, when the contractors be
gin their work on the shonl, they and
their workmen will risk their lives.
The plan promised is to build at Nor-
ioik a steel and iron caisson ol great site
thnt, when finished, can be towed to the
shoal by a doten powerful steamer., a
time being selected when nil went her indi
cations arc favorable. As soon us the
place is readied and the caisson located,
all the steamers will hnsten fromthednn
genius sHit, leaving it and ita workmen
inside of it with, their provisions, tools
and material to the mercy of heaven.
The first attempt will lie to anchor it to
the bottom. It may be iteecssary tosink
it 12f feet below the water line before a
solid foundation is secured. That once
accomplished, the cylinder will be built
3Ci feet above the water line nnd filled
with cement from the bottom up. On
this foundation the light house proper
will be constructed, which, when finished,
will tower 104) feet above the water
It is estimated that the construction of
the muriner's safety light will consume
2,r(M),000 pounds of steel and iron. Sea
faring men consider the undertaking fool
hardy and impossible.
An Inrlamniable Beard.
From the Tacoma Ledger.
A Kculiitrly painful nnd extremely an
noying mishap befell William II. Hnrier,
of Ituttc City. Mr. Harper is a miner
who arrived in Tuconia from the east,
accompanied by nn nhnormul appetite
for strong drink nnd a large, luxurious
heard, of which he is very proud.
After drMisiling his bnggngc inn South
Knilrnnd street lodging house. Mr. Har
rier took several drinks and would have
prolonged the festivities until far into the
night. Hut nt U o'clock a kindly dis
Hiscd stranger steered the inchrinted
miner to his lodging house nnd put him
in his room.
Here Mr. Ilnriwr attempted to liirht
the gas. The jet was suspended from the
ceiling in the middle of the room, nnd in
reaching up the drunken man dropped the
burnini! match into his flowing whiskers.
rendered highly inflammable by the liiinor
pilled into them during the day. With
a wild howl the gentleman from Unite
diishel out into the hall with lii face and
hend hinting like n campaign torch.
"l ut me out! I'm me mil !" yi fieri the
unfortunate man ns lie dashed hark nnd
forth along the hall, clawing madly nt
the flame, with his hands nnd nearly
stifled. A man in the next room enmc
flying out with 11 rare presence of mind
niiil a bowl of wnlcr. which he murcd on
Mr. Harper s hend. An Instant later tne
hotel porter arrived with a large and
very ilustv door mnt, with which lie suc
ceeded in ellecttmlly subduing the confla
gration. Mr. Harper wua nlso quite
subdued for such n hot bended man, nnd
wanted to know if nn nlnrin had been
turned in hcfnr'hc renliicd just what hud
Instead nl endlnu tor tne nre depart
ment a doctor was rulkd in, who iinoiii-
led tlie sufferer a ulonhed Ince with lin
seed oil and lime water. In addition to
his hnir nnd whiskers, Mr. Harper nlso
lost his rrehrowa nnd several uttchcs of
shin, besides one night's sleep Hint he
lind mid for in advance, but he is in a
luir way to recover nnd will be all right
in u few days, It ia said he will immedi
ately return to lluttc City to raise a new
crop of whiskers.
Mrs. Clnmsn. nt 3 a. m. "Wake up
lohii ! There nre tiurulnrs in the house.
Clumso, drowsily "WrIK whnt of it?
I expect there nre thieves fn the senate,
too." The Racket.
Mr. Whacker "I don't care whether
you think you're right or not, Hobby ;
you're wrong I" Hobby "I any, papa,
don't you think It's pretty rough to Tom
Keen a lellow this wny r ruck.
First Summer (Sirl "There Isn't a
young man nt the resort worth flirting
with." ficpopd Hummer Oirl "Why, my
dear, there isn't a young mini of any
sort here not tine." first Hummer Oirl
"Well, that's what I mid, dtdfi'V 1 '
WifllerrV'Uil't young ('riffles a person
ol very small experience?" Snilfles "I
don't know. Why?" Wifllcs-"Oh,
nothing, only 1 heard mm asking llillkf
the other day if his children had been
making any bright remarks lately."
The Ban Francisco News-Letter, urging
a point of social reform inthatcity.says:
"We are not a moral people, and we do
not pretenri to be ; we are quite other
wise. Hut It is not amiss thnt a slight
ripple of decency should strike the town,
nt lenit once in hnlf a century."
He Trotte "How did you enjoy your
self ut the races to-day?" De Canter
"Oh. only so-so. Didn't amount to
much." De Gallup (some hours Inter)
"Hello, De Trolte I Been De Canter late
ly?" IX Trotte "Ves; he was at the
races to-day and bet on the wrong horse."
-New York Weekly.
He "How do you dp, Mis. Drown,
stone) tliev tcl me you have moved out
to tlie countr-r-nfwhnt time do the
irninsrunout to your plnce?" Miss
Hrownstnne I who hns not yet been bro
ken in to catch trains, wenrily) "The
trains go three minutes before I can get
to the station, and nt other times during
the day ."-The Racket.
ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OP THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
A LI8T THAT IS WELL WORTH
A Table of the Altitude or Weat
ern North Carolina Mountain
That Kverybody Will Want.
Below will he found a list of the differ
ent mountains of Western North Cnrolimi
with their severnl altitudes. The meas
urements are from Arnold Guyot. The
list is as follows :
VAI.LKV OF THK HWANNANOA.
Bng. ft. above acu.
Junction of Hint Creek with Swan-
nnnoa Kiver 2,2.10
Joseph Mep house 2,3IH
Hurnctt's house li,42.'l
Lower Mountain house Jesse
Stepp s tloor ol piuxzn A770
Vt. ration s cabins end ol car
riage road 3,214
Keating rince brook ncntnd last
log cabin 3,!rr
Upper Mountain house 5,24(1
Ascending to Toe Kiver Gni pas
sage main branch above
IN THK Ill.l'K RIDUB,
Toe Kiver Gap between Potato
Ton and Hieh I'mnacle 0.1NH
High I'innnelcot Hlue Kidgc 0,7nl
Rocky Knob's south tienk n.MIKi
His Snrimi on Rocky Knob G.0NO
Grey Heard 0,448
nig Crnggy 0,(i!Hl
Hull's I lead. fi.lKin
Craggy Pinnacle r,04!i
ni.ACK MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Mt. Mitchell e.nH'J
Mt. Gibbs e.f.Ul
Stepp's Gap the enbin 6,1011
Mt. linllonck, or riugarioiu u,4(i;i
Hlack Dome, or Mitchell's high
ieak, or llingmnn ol Mate
Dome Gnp 6,352
llnlsnm Cone, Guyot of Stntc
mnps (i, (171
Hairy Hear 6,01 o
Hear Gap 6,2:14
Hlack llrother (Siindox of State
Cattail I'enk ,01 1
Rockv Tail Gni 6.IIH2
Dear Mt. North Point fi,2.':i
l-onu Ridne South Point 6,208
Middle Point 6,2riJ
North Point 6.24S
Howlcn's Pyramid North had 6,.'I4H
NORTH WKKTHRN CHAIN.
Hlarkatock's Knob 0,:iK0
Vcatcs' Knob S,U7ri
CANKV RIVKR VAI.I.KV.
Green Ponds nt Tom Wilson's
hmhest house 3,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3,110
Wheeler's opposite Big Ivy Gnp.. 2,042
Cattail Pork junction with Ca-
nev Kiver 2,873
Snnriofor bap, or Low Oap sum
mit 01 rnml 3,1 711
nurnsvillc Court-house sciunre... 2,840
Green Mountain near Burnsville,
highest point 4,34(1
GROUP OF THK ROAN MOI'NTAIN.
Summit of the rond from Hurns-
ville to Toe river 3.130
Toe River Ford on the rond from
nurnsvillc to Roan Mountain. 2,131
Unity's farm 2,370
Itrigg s house, toot ot the Konn
Mountain valley ol Little
Rock creek 2.7.ri7
Yellow Spot, above Hrigg's 6,158
Little Yellow Mount Inchest 5,106
The Cold Spring summit of Konn 6,132
Grnssy Ridge Hnll northeast con
tinuation 01 Konn Mountain.. 0,2.10
Konn lliuh Bluff. 6,206
Konn High Knob 6,306
FROM IIIHNHVIl.tK TO GKANIIFATIIKM
South Toe River Tord 2,532
Toe Kiver Ford, near Autrey's 2,547
North Toe River Ford, below
Hlne Ririge-rhcnd of llnmliy creek. 3,425
Linvillc Kiver Ford, liclow head of
Brushy creek 3,207
Linvillc River, nt Picrcy's 3,607
llrndwnters of Linvillc nnd Wa
tauga River, foot of Grand
father Mountain 4,100
Grandfather Mountain summit C.8U7
Wulnugn river nt Sliull's mill
Tnylorsville, Tennessee 2,305
Whilclops, Virginia 0,530
FROM IH'KNSVII.I.K TO THK IIAI.II MIU'K
TAIK tlllSKRVATIONH MAIIK IIV PRO
FKIUUIR W. C. KKHK, OF IIAVIIlHtl.N
COI.I.KOK CIIUI'l TKII IIV MK.
Sampson's Gup 4,130
ligvptCovent I'mlht's 3,320
Vt'iiir Camp Gn 4,350
Hull) Mountain summit 0,550
VAI.LKV OF THK nil) IVKV CKKKK.
Dillinghnm's house below Ycute's
Knob, or Biu Ituttc 2.568
Junction of the three forks 2,276
Solomon Carter s house.,, 2,215
StiK-ksville lit Black Stock's 2,216
Mouth of Ivey River, by railroad
FROM AHIIKVII.I.K TO MOt'NT IMSOAII.
Asheville Court house 2,250
Sulphur Sin-iugs the Rn-ing 2,002
Hominy Cove at Solomon I la vies'. 2 542
Little West Pisgnll 4.724
Great Pisgnh 0,757
mn PII1KON VAI.I.KV.
Fork of Pigeon, nt Colonel Cnth-
linst fork of Pigeon, at Cnptnin T.
Wnynrsvilte court house 3,756
Sulphur Spring, Richland valley
nt lames R, G. Love's 2,710
Mr. Hill's farm on Crnh Tree
Crnh Tree creek below Hill's 2,524
Cold Mountain 6,0113
CHAIN OF THK RICHLAND RAI.HAM.
Kirhlnnd, between Richland creek
anil the west fork of Pigeon
creek and nt K Mcrifbrd's 2.03H
15. Medlbrd's farm, foot of Lick-
ston's mountain .1,000
Lickston mountain 6,707
Deep Pigeon Gnp 4,007
Cold Spring mountain 6,016
Double Spring mountain 6,380
Kichlnnd Balaam or Cnncy Fork
Bnlsnm Divide 0,426
Chimney T) (1,234
Spruce Ridge Ton 0,070
Ixine Balaam 6,808
Old Bald 5,786
CHAIN OF WKSTKNKK'S IIALI).
Westener Unld north tienk 6,414
0RKAT MIIILI.R CHAIN OF PALS AM MOI'N
TA(N UKTWRKN PCTT' CRHKK
AN II LOW C'HKKK.
linos Plott's fnnn north foot of
Old Field Mountnin 6,100
Huckleberry Knob 5,484
linns P ott's Hnlsam first llnl
snm, north end - 0,007
Jones' Balsam north point 6,223
South end 6,066
Kock Stand Knob 6,000
Brother Plott 6,242
Amos Piatt's Bnlsam, or Great
Rockv Face 6,0.11
White Rock Ridge 6,528
Black Rock 5,816
Panther Knob 6,350
Perry Knob 0,026
VAI.LKY OF SCOTT'S CKKBK.
Love's sawmill 2,011
Maclure's farm 3,285
Road Gap, hend of Scott's creek... 3,367
John Brown's farm 3,040
Hryson Sturm 2,17.1
John Love's farm 2,22(1
Webster Court House 2,203
VALLKV OF TUCKABKKGKK AND TK1IHTTA
Tucknsccgc river mill, below Web
ster, near the road to Oualla-
Junction of Savannah creek 2,001
Junction of Scott's creek 1,077
(Juallatown Main Store..... 1,070
Siico river, ford to Oconnlul'tce 1,000
Soco Gnp roud summit 4,341
Amos Plott's fnrm on Pigeon 3,084
Oconnliiftcc river, junction Brad
Icy fork 2,203
Robert Collins' highest house 2.500
lunction of Raven's nnd Straight
Junction of Bunch's creek 2,370
CHAIN OF THK (1KKAT 8.MOKV MOUNTAIN
FROM NOKTIIKAST TO sol'THWKST
FROM THK IIOI'ND OF HAVWOOU
COUNTY TO THK GAP OF LIT
1 he Pillar, hend of Straight fork
of Oconnliiftcc river 0,255
Thermometer Knob (1,157
Raven's Knob (1,230
Tricorner Knob 0,188
Mt Guyot, so named by Mr. Buck
Icy in common 0,636
Mt. Henry 6,373
Mt. Alexander 6,447
South Pcnk (1,200
The True Brother, highest or cen
tral peak 5,007
Thunder Knob 6,082
Laurel Peak 5,022
Keinhnrdt Gap 5,220
Toti of Richland Ridge 5,402
Indian uup i,.ny
Peck's Pcnk 6,232
Righthund or New Gap 5.006
Mt. Mingus 5,604
GMOI'POF lll'I.I.IIKAn, TKNNKSSI'.It.
Central Pcnk, or Mt. Lccoinplc 6.612
West Peak, or Mt. Curtis 6,568
North Peak, or Mt. Stafford 6,535
Cross Knob 5,021
Master Knob 11.013
Tomahawk Gup 5.450
Alum Cave 4,071
Alum Cnvc creek, junction with
Little 1'igcon Kiver ;i,wn
GkKAT SMOKY MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Dig Stone Mountnin
Big Cherrv Gnp
Fornev Kidge Pcnk 6,087
Thunderhrnd Mt 5,52i
Spcnce Cnbin 4.010
Turkey Knot 4,740
Opossum Gup 3,840
North Buld 4.71 1
The Grent Hulri's central peak 4.022
South Pcnk 4.708
Tennessee River nt Hardin's 800
Hill House Mt., summit road to
Montvalc Springs 2,452
Moutvulc Springs, Tennessee 1,203
Worth Hundreda of llollnrH.
My wife used only two bottles of
"Mother's Friend" before her third con
finincnt. Says she would not Ik- without
it for hundreds of dollars. Had not hall
ns much trouble as before. Hock Miles,
Lincoln Purish, La.
Write Brndficld Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Gn., for particulars. By all
Th Fsmsd Cocoa of Europe,
Th Coming 0ns of America.
JIoumKoUL Word M Ovtr Mmpt,
"BEST GOES FARTHEST"
Now that Its 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 Mat, or, still better, a
comparative test with what
ever other cocoa it may be;
then Van Houten's Cocoa
itself will convince every one
of its great superiority. It
is because of this that the
English paper Health, says :
" Once tried, always used."
iTe av.14 th. aril .ffaot. of Taa.nd
Ooffe OM onaUnllr VAN HOUTKN'H
nOOOA, whlah I. KTHKNUTIIKNKHnf th.
NKRVK8 and a rafraabios and BoartoDiiig
This aasjular iwrnsdy Tar rails )
f factually ear
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And nil diseases arlnlna; from
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion
Tata aataral result la (wsl auaatlM
uua solid fWaU. lKHi.Miii
Street Car Schedule.
iHurlnnlnR nt 7 a. m. Knilln 10.00 p. m
Car leave Miuare for all point on the
hour, and twenty and forty minute there
after. Rchrilulc car connect at Huuam.
Train ear and bngiiafte ear meet ever
train. On vallae allowed each paaarnR-cr.
luggage tranarrrred from all point la the
city for ill! rent.
THIt AHIIKVII.I.B HTRKBT RV. CO.
STONE CONTRACTOR & BUI'.DER,
Alio ararilng of all kind done. All order
promptly (Wed and work guaranteed. Can
be found at nil time at Drnlium' Cotton
ANDREWS ! !
JOB mile weat of Aahevllle on the Murphy
branch of the Weatern North Carolina roll
road, 10 nillea cant of Murphy, aituatcd In
the heart of one of the moat beautiful and
fertile valleys on the face of the earth. Run
ronnded by hlh mountnina covered with
virion fnrcata of munnlllccnt timber. The
town altc and many adjoining acrea have
lately been proved, byextenMive boring, to lie
UNDERLAID WITH MARBLE,
white find colored, of very fine fjunlltj.
THE TOWN OF ANDREWS
HOLDS THE KKV
to the ltuutiiin. Nn other town near. Th
location la nil that could bedealml. Altlttid
IH00 fect above the aea.
C.rrat nmrhle tguurrio furniture fHctoricH,
cxtrnMive titnncrlcii, Hcc, Vc. Hn miner and
LOTS FOR SALE.
ON TCK8IIAV, Slil'TIiMIIIiK TIIUSOTII,
Till! (IWNI'.HS WII.I. Slil.l,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
nn niutiy lot iih the cojilc wmit, not rxerrd
ins 400 choice IhihImchh and rt-HliU-iicc IoIh, to
the hiuhcflt bidder, nnd on
THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
offering a moKnilKent opportunity for every
body to make money, on a ttinnll or Inrgc
mule, accord I ok to the numltcr of loin pur-
Secure property in thin ItvuutiM Val
ley while yuu curt. Rctluvctl rules on
Railroad from Ashcviile awl principal
TiiRins or ha 1.1 ; i
Out' tilth cKh. liidniHV 1, 2, 3 nnd 4 yenrnt
nt nit ier cent, intercut.
for ptutH nnd nil oilier liitormntitu Mpplv
Gwyn & West,
Aitbcvllle, N. C.
TucHflay, Sept. 30th.
aulIS dtacptn mon we frl
ON THE MARKET !
The "Millard Fnrm" of 100
iktos, adjoining the city on
the oast kIojio of Beaucatciier
Mountnin, in lots on tcrniH
to unit tlie pmi'liRMcr. IJcnu
tiful BUILDING SITES!
Forest nnd fruit trees! I'n-
surpiissed iirdeu spots! A
mi'fiiiin to nny one prepared
a taken hnlf interest. The
heapest nereauPt ly n huw
in.Mi'Kin, now 011 the market!
The usual comuiisson will he
paid any one hrinfrinjfii huy
er. fall on or address the
undersigned at 211 Hay
wood striH'l, Ashevill(!.
Chicago & Alton R.R.
I'ASTKUT HfK'TU TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aahevllle to Kanaaa City In 87 hunra.
Aahrville to llenvcr In ftl houra.
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