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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 8, 180O.
A troublesome skin lilmufl
Icauand me to scratch for ten
mODthl. and has been ciirml liv
n ion uaya umt ui o, o. a.
M. H. Woi.rr,
Tipper Marlboro, Md.
Swift SJ pecific
I wai cured several year ajo of
whltti swelling In my lrg by ih iiho of
8. 8. 8., and have had do symptoms of
any return of the discaso. Many prom
inent physicians attended me and all
failed, but 8 8. 8. did the work.
Paul W. Kiiikpatrick,
JoUiikoii City, Ton.
.. I . A . ia a a
Treatise mi Blood Skin Dlseaacl
Swift Kiwi kip Co.,
W. STUART LEECH, M. 0., '
PHYSICIAN AND 8VRGKON,
otters his prnft'Mnliinnl services to the dliicns
of ANhcvillc ntitl the surrounding country.
(ll'I'ICIt Room H McAfee llilllilliiK.
tlol'KH II) a. in. to I i. ni and 4 to U p. nl.
Tltl.ltl'IIONIi t'.rund Central Hotel,
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
I. . Host S7. Hendry Hlock.
a. ii. conn,
A. S. GRAHAM,
nice )m J. H. Law's Store, tkiuth Main
" with K'i w.
PI Hi tiff with ailvcr or ainRlajnin.. ..5c. io7ftc.
" gold ..$l.(Mlanl upward.
Hot of teeth $t..M.
IkHt act of teeth $H.oo.
No liettcr mnde, no matter what yon pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford.
Mooms B anil II, McAfee HuUtling,
4'ntton Avt-nuc, Ashcvlllc, N. C.
I'SACTIl'S I.IUITKI) TO TIIK
Uyc, Kar, Throat and Noae.
Attorney at Law(
Marion, m. c.
Will itrncttcc tn the loth and lUth JutlMnl
lilatrii'ta of North Carolina and In thr Su
iinmr Court and the Fnlrrnl Court of the
Wctttrm IMntrict of North Carolina.
TllHI. 1. IIAVIOHON, TllOt. A. JONRft
Kiilrlgh. Jan. O. Mahtin, Aarfr.Hc.
AVIIlftoN. MARTIN JONKM.
At tonic V nnd Counwlloni nt
Anhrvillr. N. C.
Will iirai lice In the 11th nnd lth linlktnl
IHntrU tK. and In thr Hunrcnic Court of North
Carolina, nnd In the hedernl C our In of the
wmirrti IMntrict 01 js or in Carolina.
Rclcr to Mank of Axhevlllc. dtfcl
Architect and Contractor.
f'lnna, aitecincntfiHia nnd catlmatcn I'ur
dxhcfl. All work In my line contracted for,
and no charge for drawing" on contract
rt warded mr.
Mrfirctut'it when desired.
Office: No. lit Mcndry Hlock, North Court
.a a....ii aj 4 l-l.ltiillo
SI. II. KKKVKS, II. I.H. II. K. SMITH, II. !.,
lira. Reeves A Nniith.
la Connally miiiauiK. over Kedwnotrs Htore,
Teeth extracted without pain, with thr new
amcMthctlc, and all ciuca of Irregular)! v cor.
P. KAM8AV, I). D.8.
liver the Niillnnnl llliilk nf Anhevllle, llnr
nard HuilillnK. Krsldcnce, 111) Charlotte t.
n d ' ; tinb KhTo
DIMINISHES nfuFR F
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. jNiAna
The finest ill.pln, you will see In the win)
THE MODEL CIGAR STORE, PATTON AVENUE
I'loritln orange canes, natural handles
with curving; also Uias wooil, Mca Ornpt,
I'ulmcrto, llalsnni, lllnck Mangrove, llumllia.
All fnncily enrved.
Hume iienple nirree with Thr Hun's opinions
attoiit men nnd thlna:, and some iieopl1'
don't t Hut everybody likes to art hold of thr
ncwspiiiier which Is never dull and never
afraid to speak its mind.
Iiemocrntf. know that for twenty years
The Hun has fnuaht In the front line for tlrm.
ocratic prludplrs, never waverlitR- or weak,
cnlna In Its loyalty to the true Interests of the
pnrty It serves with fearless Intclllurnc. and
disinterested vlftnr. At times opinions have
differed as to he best means of accomplish
hiK the common purpose i It Is not The
Hun's fnult If It has seen further Into the mill
stone. Illitlitccn hundred and ninety Is the year
thnl will iirolinhly determine the result of the
I'ri'sltlentliil elei'tlon nf INOU, and twrhaits
thr fortunes ol the liemocrafy for thr rest of
thriniliiry. Victory In tNDU Is a duty, anil
the heKlunlnKnr tanfi Is the beet time to start
out In company with The Hun.
Daily, per month Co SO
Daily, per year 6.00
Huiiday, per year a.oo
Dally anil Huniliiy, per year B.oo
Daily and Hunilay, per month 0.70
"leckly, one year 1,00
-cfldraaa THIC mvit. Mew York,
A WOMAN AND A WITCH.
THE TWO WKRKONCKONK IN
Bill Arp DlMoumea oil Wonwn
Hunraue nnd Admits) That Mrs).
Arp Ih the Better Man of the Two
Home Unique Courting.
We lire a better people thnn our ancca.
tors. The civilised world is more toler
ant, more humane, more reasonable. We
hnve more common sense, less prejudice
and less fanaticism. 1 wna reading about
the Mississippi convention .nnd the de
bates over tne proposition to allow wo
men to vote. This proposition comes
trom the men, nnd lias not been naked lor
by the women. I ace that it ia confined
to women who can rend and write nnd
whose husbands own $3,000 worth ol'
property,'.)!' who hnve that much iiTthnr
own riulit. What objection enn there be
to such a law, especially when it pro
vitles that there shall be n sepnrate plnce
for them to exercise the privilege a plnce
where no man shall go unlcsa he goes
with his wile or mother or daughter.
We need iust auvh a power in the land
Poets und orators have eulogized the
blessed influence of woman, but if to that
influence could be added n little power nt
the polls it would be all the better for the
country. It ia not probable that she
would take any part in general politics,
but in local (luestions that involved tne
welfare of her children she certainly would
not hesitate. Mississippi needs her votes
for the preservation ot her state govern
ment anil her morula. The south needs
them, nnd I wish thnt our own state hud
a convention thnt was ready to act on
this (jticstion. Here is widow llrown,
who lor ten years has Ix-cn managing her
in nil and educating her children, and is
close up among the largest taxpayers in
the country, and yet bus no voice in
clioosius her rulers. The veriest vaga
bond whose vote is ulwnys lor aide has
more power than she bus.
The lime was, even in my recollection,
when n married woman waa nobody.
She not only lost her paternal name, but
her property become her husband's, and
nil tnat she afterwards inherited liccnine
his. She w.is allowed a few things that
were styled her "pnraphcrneliu" that is
her ornaments and trnnpings nnd was
allowed her dnwrv when her husband
died, but nothing else. But a christian
civilisation has every few yenra enlarged
her rights, and she enn now atand up lie
side Iter husband and be his equal in all
respects, save government. Here is our
public school with 300 pupils, and every
teacher employed is a lemnlc, and yet
not a mother in the town has a voice in
these matters. I am one of the school
bonrd, but I can name a dojyn women 111
my town who are better qiialilicd anil
better fitted lor the place thnn I am.
Mrs. Arp is one of ilicin. nnd if she didn't
iiive me a hint occasionally on the im
portant matters 1 wouian t uc 01 so
mucli account, nanny.
1 said that we were a better people
than our ancestors some of our ances
tors. I hnve nothing to say against the
Pilgrim Fathers, but 1 have been reading
the history of the Salem witchcraft anil
ol Increase Mather und Cotton Mather
and Samuel Scwell and others who fig
ured in the trials and persecutions ol
those poor women, und it made me sick
at heart. It is just 200 yearn since this
acvnisn laiiuiicism uruac uui in ouiciu,
Massachusetts, and it seems to me that
I wouldn't dare to live in Sulcm now.
The history that I have been rending
was written by these very men, who re
iieiUed some years afterward, und pub-
iikiicu incir own nuauiKc aim iiiiiiiuiiuuii
ns a warning to future generations. Junt
think of 1H0 innocent women in prison
at one time audcxecutcd most every day,
women torn from tlieir husbands, moth
ers from their children, nnd even children
of eight yean ol age executed ns wilehc.
One mode ol execution was for three men
to sit uxin a prostrate woman until her
tongue enme out and she ceased to
breathe, and in her last agonies her
tongue was punched back witlt a stick.
Increase Mather nnd bis son. Cotton,
were lioth eminent preachers und they
urged on these horrors nnd wrote long
chapters in dclcnsc ol their conduct, and
retcrred to Richard Haxtcr as approving
it. Cotton Mather closes a chapter with
"Mem. This rampant hag, Martha
Carries, who was executed, waa the er
son of whom it was proven that thedevil
had promised her she should be queen ol
Samuel Scwell waa the learned judge
who presided at the trials. He was
preacher, too, antl a good, kind-hearted
man, and had great regard for a woman
unless she happened to be a witch. He
was twice married, nnd his diary of his
courtship of the widow Winthrop is rare
and racy reading. Every visit he made
her is recorded, and what be said nnd
what she said. Here is a sample: "1
drew my chair in place and had some
converse, but she seemed cold and indil
ferent: I naked her to acquit me of rude
ness if I drew off her glove; she enquired
the reason, and I told her there wasgrcat
odds in handling a dead goat and a living
lady ; I got it off ; she pnqxiundcd seven
diflercnl women for me to marry, but 1
said none of them would do; 1 gave her
n hook on marriage that coat me 6 shill
ings; she gave me a glass of canary, and
sent Juno with a lantern tn ace me sate
home; 1 gave Juno 0 pence; fenr I made
much haste and small sced with the
widow, chovah Jirchl
"Wednesday Called again; Madame
Winthrop not within; gave the maid two
shillings. Juno one shilling nnd the nurse
"rniwv went ognin; cook an 11 a
pound ofaugared almonds that cost me
three shilliims: she seemed pleased with
them, hut said she could not chnnge her
condition, and quoted the Apostle Paul,
who siud tnat a single lite was uettcr
thnn n married. I Iwwailrd my rashness
in making more haste than sliced, but
Jehovah Jireh. When I essayed to Icaie,
the widow gave me a glass of canary,
hut kisses are lietter than wine. 1 gave
Sarah five shillings."
This mnn tried the witches, nnd, five
yenra ufterwnrds, made n public confes
sion of his great offence. He says: "I
take the blame and the shame of it. I
ask pardon of all men and their prayers
to (2nd thnt he He will not visit the sin
upon any other nor upon the hind." It
was 1 long and lull conlession, and ne
stood up while it waa read. From that
day, for thirty years, he fnated one day
in each month and prayed for forgiveness
all the day long.
The twelve jurors, who found the poor
woman guilty, did the same thing, and
published their confessions and asked for-
givencsa. What a commentary uMin
mnn i now easy lor mm to come a vic
tim to prejudice and fanaticism, and tn
do things that the devil would shud
Hut the wnr'd ia growina better, Such
inhumanity could not happen now. Even
the beasts are now enred for with hu
mnnity. When religion verges Into fa
naticism it becomes the vilest of curies.
It us all be tolerant and have reirard
for each other's opinions, whether reli
gious or political. The heated term ol
politics is now tiHn us, and let us nil re
solve to keep the ience. If you can't con
scientiously vote my way, don't vote nt
all, and we will harmonise. In nny event
the country will be snfe ns long as wo
men are resiKctftl and elevated. I.ct the
good work in Mississippi roll on.
THE CHURCH AND THE LODGE.
Alarm at tha lnroaiU Muda ITpon B
llglnn by Herrat OrKiiiilsuttiins.
What shall be the attitude of the
ohuroh toward the seornt orders whinh
have multiplied so rapidly throughout
the country during the lout few years!
With many of our churches no problem
Is mora serious, or beset with greater
complications. The problem would be
simplified somewhat If these organiza
tions were made up entirely of men
who have proteased no nllogianne to
the ehurch, but the place which the
lodge holdx In the affections of many a
oluiroh member In what gives rise to
great anxiety. Slid though the eoiifes
Hion is, It must be lu'kniiwledgi'd that
aome men wIiono iiuiiii-h are on the
ohuroh roll habitually give preccdi'iico
to the secret soointy over the cIiiiitIi.
If the ineetiiigH conflit't the Hiici'CNHfiil
competitor for their pnwneo Is the
former. They hnvo 110 time to spare
for the great religious gatherings like
those at Saratoga, but they will go a
long distance to be present at a eon
clave of their fraternity.
At the meeting of the Vermont Con
gregationulixtH at Rutland this subject
aroused the liveliest iIIkimiknIiiii of tlio
whole Neiwlon. Resolution mildly dep
recating the absorption of some Chris
tians In such Interests wore set one
aide, because a few thought that the
formal protest would bo considered a
declaration of war, and would eiubar
rasa them In their efTorta to counteract
the baneful influences of these societies,
Yet not a man who spoke fulled to nil
mlt that Christian concerns hi his own
onmmunlty were suffering on account
of them. Severn! who live hi towns of
only u few thousand Inhabitants re
ported from twenty to forty thriving
We believe that Vermont is not ex
ceptional in this resiect. The lodge
using the term to include the meetiugs
of the various wen t orders will lie
found strongly intrenched nil through
the country, growing In iiuiiilcrs and
power, and everywhere detaching the
devotion of Christian men from the
church, and ton often, we fear, from
the straightforward service of their
maater. Recent figures, carefully com
piled, show that Huston lias SM.'I church
es to fifll) lodges; Brooklyn, :!ri5 uliiircli
es tn f!)5 lodges; Washington, 181
churches to ,11(1 lodges; Chicago,
churches to 1.0HH lodges, nnd the siuno
proportion obtains In other cities,
French HoyalUta Hall to the Kalses.
Tim French royalists have Just sold
the- historical estate of DTrvillo, of
which they were by heritage the co
proprietora. The purchaser is the (ter
man eiiiN-mr. who took a fancy tn the
plane when he lirxt visited Mctz, nnd
linn ever sine watched fur an opHir
tunity of buying it. The estate in ques
tion Is wedged In between (ieruuiu lir
rnine and Luxemburg. Sumo eentnrlin
ago it wax under the sovereignty of the
house of Orange, or rather constituted
a little sovereign state in Itself.
la-mi XVI lxmglit It from Maria
Thcnwa and the Kiupcmr Joseph for
i'lO.oOfl, The king was to have gone
there If he had escaped from the Tuilo
riea, and would have Ixi'ii guarded bj
a regiment of De Hoiiille'a division. As
I'rvllle was close In the Luxemburg
frontier he could easily have with
drawn from Fniiu-e If threatened by
the revolutionary anuy. The estate of
I'rvllle became part of the national do
main nnd waa sold to the iiuiido Noire,
but the old chateau and the timber in
the park escaped being demolished
and cut down. Tho castle Is a noble
pile, and the uirk In which It stands is
richly wooded. Cor. Ioiidou News.
Gen. flak's Itoomrranf.
Ma. Ford II. Rogers tells an minis
lug anecdote of the Inte (fen. Clinton
B. Fisk. The general wna addrcssinga
Sunday school convention. One of the
speakers had reminded the children
that It waa Washington's lilrthdnv.
"Children." said (ien. Fisk, "you all
know that Washington was a general.
Perhaps you know that I am also a
general. Now, can any one tell what
waa the difference between Oen. Wash
ington and myself T'
"I know, sir," pid a small boy In
the hack part of the mom.
"Well, what waa the differenecr
said (Ien. Fisk, smiling nt tho lad's ea
gerness, "George Washington couldn't tell a
Ha, sir," cried the boy In exultant tones.
Screams of laughter followed, in which
the general Joined aa heartily aa tho
rest Detroit News.
Tha Art of r.t Walking.
Persons who have never been trained
to walk fax! generally quicken their
gait by betiding forward and lengthen
ing the stride, at the aamo time bend
ing the knees very much nt each step.
It la pretty safe to say flint no one can
possibly adopt tills style and keep a
fair walk at a foster gnlt than six iiiilce
an hour. Tho fust wnlker must keep
himself erect, his shoulders bock and
ohost thrown out. He must put down
hla forward foot and heel first, and
with the leg straight He must take
stride so quick that they look short.
He must, If he expect to get a good
stride, work Ids hiM considerably, over
coming the sldowlse tendency of the
hip movement by a compensatory
twinging of the onus. The length of
stride In fast walking Is astonishing to
those who look at It Harper's Weekly.
Th.y Wara on Ilia Collection I'lala.
Landlady Our new boarder is
Daughter How do you know I
Landlady There are 110 buttons In
hi pocket. Chatter.
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ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
A LIST THAT IS WELL WORTH
A Turtle or Hie Altitudes) or Wcat
eru North Carolina Mountain.
That F.ver body Will Want.
Hclow will Ik- found n list of the differ
ent mountains!)! Western North Carolina
with their several altitude. The nicns
invtucnls nre from Arnold Oiiyot. The
list is as follows:
V.M.I.UV Ol' TIIK HWASNANOA.
Itnu:- ft. llliovc sell.
Inaction of Flat Creek with Swim-
nanoa River 2,2."(l
Joseph Stctin's house '2, 'MM
Lower Mountain house Jesse
Stepp's floor of piazza 2,770
W. I 'at ton's cabins end of car
riage road 3.1M4
Resting Place brook behind last
log cabin 3,05o
l'pKT Mountain house 5,241!
Ascending to Toe Kivcr 0at pas
sage nmin branfli ubovc
IN TIIK III. I K Hlllllli,
Toe River Gap between Potato
Top and High Pinnacle n,lH
High Pinnacle ol Mine Ridge 5,7(11
Rockv Knoll's south peak o,3(m"
llig Spring on Kocky Knob fi.OHO
Grey Heard 5,4-l-8
Craggy Pinnacle fi,04ii
III.ACK MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Potato Top ti,.T.:i
Ml. Mitchell ,riH:'
Ml. C.ililm !..r)'JI
Stepp's (iii) the cabin 0,103
Mt. Ilallhack, or Sugarloaf. 0,403
Hlitck Home, or Mitchell's high
H'iik, or Cliiignian ol Stale
I ionic Gap 0,.'l"iJ
HiiIhiiiii Cone, divot of State
lliiirv Hear 0,010
Hear Gap 0,334
Hlack Hroilicr (Saniloz of State
Cattail Peak 0,011
Rockv Tail Gap 0.3K2
Hrnr'Ml. Xortii Point 0,233
Long Ridge South Point ,2llrl
Middle Point O.L'.V.I
North Point 0.24N
llowlen's Pyramid North Lnd 0,34k
north wi-ti-:kn chain.
Hluckstock's Kuol 0.3SII
Wales' Knob fi,07"i
CAXKV KIVI-.K V.M.I.KV.
Green Ponds at Tom Wilson'!,
highest house 3,222
Tom Wilson' new house 3,1 lo
Wheeler's opposite llig Ivy I tup.. 2,1142
Cattail pork junction with Cn-
ncy River 2,S7.I
Snudoliir Gap, or Luiv Gap sum
mit ol' road 3,170
Hiirusyillc Court-house square... 2,840
Given Mountain near lluinsville,
highest Hint 4,340
liKIII P IIH TIIK KUAN XIIU NTAIN.
Summit oft In,' mad from Hums-
villeto Toe l iver 3,13'J
Toe Rivir I'ord on the road from
Hitrusville to Kuan Mountain. 2.131
Hi inn's house, foot of the Roan
Mountain valley of Little
KiH'k creek 2,7."i"
Yellow Spot, above Hrigg's fi.toS
Lit lie-Velio w Mount highest 3,1111;
The Cold Spring suniuiil of Roan 0,132
Grassy Ridge Hall northeast con
tinuation of Kuan Mountain.. 0,230
Roan llijji Uliill. (l,'.".i(l
Roan High Knob 0,30t;
IKIIU III KNSMI.I.K TO i; K A Silt-AT II l:K
South Tik-River Ford 2,."32
Tim; River I 'on I, near A ul ay's 2,."i47
Nun h Tin: River Ford, Ik-Iiiw
Hltie Ridge head of lliusliy creek. 3.42.1
Liuville Ktver I'ord. IhIow head of
Hrusliv creek 3,207
Liuville River, ul Piercy's 3,till"
Headwaters of Liuville and Wn-
tatiga River, fool of ttraiul-
father Mouiitiiin 4, inn
Grandfather Mountain summit (i,K!l
Wntnugu river nl Sliull's null
Tnylorsvillc. TcnneKBce 2,30.1
Wliitetops, Virginia .ri,,13o
KHOXI III HNSVII.I.K TO TIIK I1AI.II Mill S
TAIN ollskKVATIONS MAIIK IIV I'kll
I'I'.SSON V. C. KKkK, IIH I1AVII1SON
COI.I.I'.OK VIIMI'I'TKP IIV Mi:.
Sampson's (tup 4,1 3d
Lgypt Cove nl Proflil's 3,321)
Wolfs Camp Gap. 4,3.10
Huld Moiintiiiu summit .i1,1o
V.M.I.KV IIP TIIK lllll IVKV CKKI'.K.
Iiiltiiighiiin's house below Yeute's
Knob, or llig Hittte 2..10S
luuclioii ol the three lords 2.271)
Solomon Carter's hoimc 2.21.1
Slocksvillc at Hlavk Stink's 2,210
M011tl1.nl I rev Kivcr, by railroad
I koVI ASIIKVIl.t.K TO Mot NT I'lsUAII,
Asheville Court house 2,2.10
Sulphur Springs the spring 2,002
lliut'iiiv love nt Solomon hiivics'. 2, ,142
Little West Pisguli 4.721
ttmit Ptsgnh 0,7.17
lllll I'lllKUN VAl.t.liV.
Forks of I'igcon, nt Colonel Cat li
Must fork of Pignut, nl Captain T.
WnviieHville court Iiiiiim' 3.750
Sulphur Spring, Richland valley
at lames K.it. Loves ?,(
Mr. (lill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tivc creek Mow Hill's 2,524
Cold Mountain 0,003
CHAIN Ol' Till! Mll'lll. AND IIAI.SAM.
Richland, la-lwevti Rielilnnd creek
nnd the west t'nrk of Pigeon
creek and at li Meilliitd's 2,1138
li. Meillord's farm, loot of Lick-
ton's tnountain .1,001)
Lickstoii mountniii 5.707
lh.cn Pigeon Gap 4,1107
Cold Spring motiiitaiti. 0,013
lionlilc Spring iii mi 11 1 in 11 u,.ino
Richland Itnlsani or Cancy Fork
llalsiiiu liivide 0,423
Chiitiuev Top 0,234
Spruce Ridge Tup 0.07tl
1. one iiaisiim o.non
Old Until 0,780
CHAIN III' WHslHMiH S MAl.lt.
Wcslcner Haiti north K-nk 0,414
IIMKAT Mllll.l.lt CHAIN (if IIAI.SAM MOt'N-
TAINS IIKTWKHN SCOTT' CNKKK
AND LOW CkltltK.
linos I'll U'a fin in nin th foot ol
Old field Mountain 3,100
lliicklclKTry Knob 0,484
linos I'lntt's Halsntn first Hal-
sain, north end 11,007
tones' Hnlsuin north point 0,223
South end 0,000
Rock Stand Knob 0,000
Brother Plott ; 6,242
Amos I'lott's Balsam, or Great
Rockv Face 6,031
White Rock Ridge 5,028
Hhuk Rock 5,815
Panther Knob 5,359
Perry Knob 5,026
VAI.I.KY Ol' HCOTT t) CHUNK,
Love's sawmill 2,01 1
Maclurc's farm 3,285
Rond Gap, hend of Scott' creek;.. 3,857
John Hrown's farm 3,049
llrvson's farm , 2,173
John Love's farm 2,226
Webster Court House 2,203
VAIXKV OF TI CK ASUFXHK ANU TKIIH't'TA-
Tucknsccgc river mill, below Web
ster, near the road to Ounllu-
Junction of Savannah creek 2,001
junction ol Scott's creek 1,077
(Juallntown Main Store 1,979
Soco river, ford to Oconaluftee 1,000
Soco Gar) road summit 4,341
Amos I'lott's farm on Pigeon 3,084
Oconaluftee river, junction Brad
ley fork 2,203
Koliert Collins' highest house 2.500
Junction ol Raven nnd Straight
Junction of Bunch's creek 2,379
CHAIN OP TIIK t'.KKAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN
I'KOM NOKTIIKA8T TO SOIITHWKST
FROM TIIK Itol'ND OP HAYWOOD
COUNTY TO TIIK CAP OF L1T
1 he Pillar, head of Straight fork
of Oconaluftee river 6,205
Thermometer Knob 6,157
Raven' Knob 6,230
Tricorucr Knob 6,188
Mt Guyot, so named by Mr. Buck-
Icy in common 6,636
Mt. Henry 6,373
Mt. Alexander 6,447
South Peak 6,209
The True Brother, highest or cen
tral peak 0,907
Thunder Knot 0,682
Laurel Peak 0,022
Rciuhardl Gap 0,220
T011 of Richland Ridge 0.492
Indian Gap 0,31 7
Peck's Peak 6,232
Righthand or New Gap 5.096
Mt. Miugus 0,694
UKOI'P OF lll'l.l.HKAl), TKNNKSKKK.
Ccntrnl Peak, or Mt.Lccompte 6,612
West Peak, or Mt. Curtis 6,508
North Peak, or Mt. Stnfibrd 0,535
Cross Knob 6,921
Master Knob 6,013
Tomahawk (tap 0,400
Alum Cave 4,971
Alum Cave creek, Junction with
Little Pigeon Kivcr 3,848
t'.KKAT SMOKY MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Road (tup 0,271
Ml. Collin 6,188
Collins' Gap 0,720
Mt. Uvc 6,443
Chngman's Dome 0,600
Mt Buckley 6,599
Chimney Knob 5,588
llig Stone Mountain 5,614
llig Cherry (lap . 4,838
Corner Knob 0,246
I'orui'v Ridge Peak 5,087
Snaky Mt 5.195
I'hiiiidcrhcad Mt 5,020
Sciice Cabin 4,910
I'urkey Knob 4,740
lHssutn Gap 3,840
North Halil 4.711
i'hr Great Bald's central cnk 4,922
South Peak 4.708
IVunesMC River nt Hardin's 899
Hill House Mt., Bum .nil rond to
Montvnle Springs 2,452
Montvnlc Springs, Tennessee 1,203
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