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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1800.
How is Your Blood?
I had a malignant breaking out on my
leg below the knee, and wiih eimil sounii
and woU with two and n lull I' liotllis ol
8. 8. 8. Other blood medicines Lad (nil
ed to do me any good.
Will C. Beaty, Yorkvillo, 8. (J
I was troubled from childhood wlih
an amrravated case of Tetter, and tlirco
bottli of 8. B. 8. cured me perma
nently. Wallace Mann,
Miinnvillo, I. T.
Our nook on Blood and Skin Dlseaaor
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
W. STUART LEECH, M. 0.,
PHYSICIAN AND NURUlvOX,
Onera hla profca-iloiinl services tu the cltixcna
of Aahevllle and theaurrounriliiR country.
Ol'I'ICIi Room H McAfee MullilhiK.
HIII'RH U) a. m. to 1 l. in. mill 4 In II p., 111.
THI.HI'IIUNH I'.rnnd Central Hotel.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
I. O. Boat s7t Hendry Mock.
a. ii. conn,
A. S. GRAHAM,
office over J. II. t.nw'i Hture, rtouth Main
With Kim fVuc.
Plltlng with nilvrr or nimilRmti.. .nc m7r.i
" K"M $1.00nml upwaril,
Hrt nl trclh $l.no.
Bent nrt of teeth .'..$k.imj.
No better mmlr, no matter what yuu pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. It nml 8, McAf.c llirll.linu.
I'Atton Avenue, Aancvillc, N. C
rkACTIl'H I.IMITKO TO Tllli
tiyc, Kar, Tliroat and Nohc.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice In the loth ami 12th liiill. lnl
Dlalricta of North Carolina .nil In llu- Kii.
nrrtne Court noil the Federal Court of thr
V cittern Irtatricl of North Carolinu.
TllKo. I'. IIAVlliaoN, Tim.. A. Jom-a
Raleigh. Ja. li. Martin, A.lcvllli.
QAVIDtUIN, MARTIN . JONI'.K.
Attorney, and Counarllorn nl l,nv.
Aahcvlllr. N. C.
Will prattler In thr Itth nml 12th Jmlhinl
lliatrii-ta, nnil in the Supreme Court ol North
Carolina, and in thr Federal Court, ot the
Wt'Mtern District of North Carolina.
Refer to Hank ol Asheville. dtcl
Architect and Contractor.
nana, apcclncnllona and catimatra fur
nl.heil. All work in my line enntrarted for,
andnochargra for drawings on contractu
Reference, when dralrrd.
IIHiret No. 12 Hendry Block, North Court
Square, Aahcvlllr, N. C felilodly
R. II. RKKVKS, 0. U.S. II. K. SMITH, II. U.S.
Dm. Reeve & Hmith.
In Connnlty Bunniug. uter Krdwood'. Store,
Teeth cstracti-d without pain, with the new
anarathctic, and .-ill cuki of irrt-gulartt v cor.
I'. RAMSAY, D. D.rV
I) omcc i
liver the Nutionnl llnnk of Ashi'vlMc, llnr
nnrd Building. Rcaldincc. i0 Chnrlottr at.
. r. lrl
BRAOFIELO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAga
The flneat iliaplay, yuu will ace In the win!
THE MODEL CIGAR STORE, PATTON AVENUE.
I'lorldn orange vane., natural hniidlea
with carving: also I'pni wooil, Hen Ornuc.
Palmetto, llalaam, fllnek Mangrove, Bumllln.
All lanrllv carved.
Rom people ngn with The Hmii'n nnlnlon
attottt men unit thing, nnl umc iicopl
don't i hut everybody like In art hold of the
nrwRiinpcr which in never dull mid never
nrrnld to ftpeah ltd mind.
Itrmorrnt! It now thnt for twentv yrnr
The un tin foment In the front line for I tern
ocratic urlurlptr. never wnvcrtnKr wrnk
en Ina In It loyalty tuthc tmrlntrrrat of thr
pnrty It serve with fearlr Intrllltft-m find
dlalntrrrnted vlvnr. At time opinion hnve
rllncrrd a to he het mrnn of aeeompMah
In the common purporj It 1 not The
ftiin (anlt If It ha accn mrther Into tht mill
Illithleen hundred and ninety I the yrnr
thnl will nrohnldy dttermlne thr result of thr
I'rrnlilrntlnl rlrcflfin nt iNti'J uml iH.a-tat.a
Ihe fortune of the iH-niotrn. y for the rent of
tnr remttry victory In ihi 'J I a dutv. am
the liealnnlnffnf land I the be U I me tuntart
nut In company w ith The Hun.
in My. ht month 0o so
iHifT, kt yrnr , ,MM, D.OO
ftunqny. per year , t.ow
i'ny ano nuniiny, er year ., p.oo
liallv and Hundny, vr month .,.,., o7l
Weekly, one year .,.,... .oo
AHHrM THK Bim Mew orH
CAN TREE THINK?
NOW, DON'T BAY NO TOO
Read Ahout TltlHKucnlvplUHTree
That Apparently Mat Down and
Meditated With Ureal ReaultH.
I'rom the Snn Iiicgo 8un.
A story of one of the most iiitcrestine
freaks of vegetable life is told by Kllwood
Cooper, of Simtn Itiirlmrn. As coming
trom, nnd, moreover, having happened
to him, the story cannot be anything
but strictly in accordance with facts.
Verily may we ask ourselves, "Do plants
think i" Mr. Cooicr believes they do,
mid here nrc some of Ins reasons:
Through Mr. Cooper's garden there
ran, some years ago, n sewer made out of
red wood timber. This sewer wns again
cased by an outside sewer, which in
course of time had partially decayed.
Across the sewer there was built a brick
wall ninny feet high, nnd in such a way
that it was pierced by the inner sewer
which it cucluHcd tightly, while the out
side sewer culled ubruptly ugainst the
wall, As I said, the outside sewerensing
had, incotirHcof time, decayed, und ncucu
ly I it nit tree standing soinesixty feet away
had taken advantage of this, nnd sent
one of its roots to the coveted spot in ns
direct n line as possible. Here the root en
lend the outside sewer, and followed its
course as far as it could; at last it cuinc
to the wall, which shut off iiscoursc.iiud
here it could get no further, the inside
sewer ln-iiui Hfrlvctlv tin hi. lint on the
other side ol the wall the newer and its
double casing continued, and this euca
lyptus tree evidently knew how to gel
there. Some three fect hiuh in the brick
wall there wns u Utile hole one or two
inches in diameter, and this the eucalyp
tus tree wns aware ot, as its bin root lie-
gnu to climb the dry wall and face the
sun nnd wind until it found the hole.
turoiiL'li which it descended on the other
side and entered the sewer again and lol-
lowed it along as lormerlv.
Was ever such instinct known before.
or are similar traits in plants ol daily oc
ciirrcncc, only wc arc not a ware of them?
How did the tree i-.now that the sewer
was on the other side? Did it smell, and
if it did how could it direel the root to go
anil hud the olacc with such precision.'
There is, of course, nnothcrexplanationnt
this curious phenomenon. The roots ol
any plant grow always and unerringly
in the ilinvlioii ol its looil just us thosc
of the eucalyptus tree did.
Cured by MeHtnerlHin.
I'rnin the New York Hun.
Prol. I,. Ilirt, of ltrcslnu, has recently
cflcctcd n rather remarkable cure by
menus of hypnotism. Ivckhnrd Klein,
the twelve year old son of Privy Council-
tor Klein in Ureslau, had suffered since
January, 1NKU, from a severe and painful
cough. Persons throughout the neigh
borhood were kept nwake nights by his
paroxysms, and in the Klein household
sleeep vns almost iniKissible.
i'rivy Councillor Klein resolved to take
his ailing sou to an Italian resort lor
consumptives, und incidentally mentioned
his plans to Dr. Ilirt, who asked whether
hypnotism had liccti among the dozens
oi remedies already tried, and, hnving re
ceived it negative answer, olVcred his ser
vices. I'rivv Councillor nnd his son went
to Dr. Hirl's ollicc the next dav. The
boy was weak, wliite.und pninfufly thin.
"1 hypnotized him by the usual method,"
writes Dr. Ilirt. "'I lien 1 suggested to
him that be hud hnd n hud throat, but
that it bad just become well, and he
would sleep soundly during the coming
night. 1 said this repeatedly, in a clear,
decided tone, nnd rublicd and pressed
gently the larynx ns I spoke. 'You can
not cough now, it is imiossiblc" I
said finally. 'When you go to
bed yon will fall asleep at once, and will
not wake up till morning. Do you un
derstand?' 'Yes, he answered. 'You
arc entirely well, and you must say, 'I
nm entirely well.' lie suit! it. I laniard
him lightly on the forehead, anil he
That was last February t. I In the
next dnv father mid son came to me.
'lie is all right,' said the hit her, "and
you need not treat him again.' The boy
stayed nt home, went to studying as
usual, slept without any interruption,
mid in three mouths was thoroughly
healthy nnd henltbv looking. ''
A Match Taker on Fire.
I'ruin the I'liiladelphia ledger.
"I gut even with a match taker, once,"
continued the restaurateur, with a know
ing twinkle in his eyes and a smile on his
lips. "I had been watching one lellow
for n long while, nnd noticed that every
time lie left the box was empty. One
day when he came in, I packed the !xx
with mutches. It had all it could hold.
Well, when he came to pay his check, he
talked plcntantly enough while he waited
lor his chnnge, and at the same time
gathered in nil the matches with his left
hand, ns he thought, unobserved, lie
hud a very difficult job to work the
matches out of the box, its they were so
tightly packed, and suddenly there was
n series of cracking sounds, a little bhucc,
and the ltd low gave vent to n yellol pain,
letting the lluming mutches drop from
his hand. They had Ix-eu set off by his
action in getting them out of the box. I
looked on us though I were surprised,
but tnc fellow npicarcd to know it was
a job, nnd has never been here since.
"So, you see, it docs not do to play
tricks on the mutch thief; he is still su
preme." He It I it r; Death,
Wife "I'm writing to Mrs. Van Cort
lundt Lake, dear; shall I put in any
word from you?" Husband "That
woninn makes mc deadly tired. Oivc
her my kindest regards, of course."
Mia. Cuinso " You've seen these dol
lar bills of litre in thr household niiiga
line?" Mrs. I'angle "Yes; I got one up
the other day." "How much did it cost
you?" "Three dollars and a hull."
Cxnr Keed "1 hoie that In your tnrifT
changes you do not propose to increase
the duty on mercury." "Nap. McKin
Icy "VVhy not?" Car Reed, mopping
his brow. "llecAuac I don't want it to
go up nny higher." Puck.
"Death on Dirt," said old Mrs, Brown,
as she looked over the advertising col
umns. "Well. I nm sure it's real good of
them tn sell death to poor icoplc as
wants it, but I should think they might
nl least let them hnve it on toast nnd
not on dirt." N. Y. Post.
"Shall 1 lake more beer? My stomach
says 'yes.' , My reason snya 'no.' My
reason is wiser than my stomach, ol
course, und it is always the wiser one
that yields in a riunrTcl.thcv say waiter,
another bottle ('' Plicgendc Dialler.
"Jones prides himself upon hit learn
ing." "So 1 believe." "Sell-educated "
"Wholly so." ''Does he know Latin?"
"Koitw l.ntin! I should anv so. Whv.
man, when he writes to the iukts he
signs himself 'Pro ilono Publico.'" Hos-
HOW WOULD VOU LIKE TO BE HIM?
A Man Who Gat. If W t'nml, Fuel and Light
Ibr Nothing and la Paid for It.
"I know nt least ono man in this conn
try ho is able to live cheaply and get
paid for doing it, all because he lives
when the cost of getting his food, fuel
nnd light to him is about five times as
much as the original cost of the sup.
plies themselves," said the captain of a
schooner In the coastwise trade. "It
seems qneer that a man .ran get along
more economically on acoonnt of the
high cost of getting Ids supplies to his
borne than he could if t he cost were less,
don't it? But it's a fact. This man's
nearest market is thirty miles from
where he lives, and a ton of coal will
cost him 6 in thnt market.
"If it cost lilni no more than $0 to lay
that ton of coal down in this man's bin
he would have to pay for both coal and
delivery, and the too would stand him
in The same in proportion with
his beef nnd his Krk and his potatoes
and his flour and his oil. But Just be
cause it costs in the neighliorhood of
$30 a ton to carry his conl from thn yard
to his bin, and corresponding prices for
his other supplies, he gets the whole
business for nothing. His flour he gets
free, and his beef and his pork and his
potatoes and his oil, us well us his coal
The entire outfit don't cost him a cent
from one year's end to the other, and ho
gets $1,000 a year fir staying where he
la and receiving the annual donations.
"It will be queer now If yon are not
thinking to yourself that this man I nm
spenkiug or has a soft snap. Well,
may lie he has. lie is a lighthouse
keeper. Ho lives on a big rock at Caiie
Ann. No sea going vessel enu get within
a quarter of a mile of his home. No
loaded bout ran reach his abiding place
in safety. To get a ton of coal to his
bin, which is perched on the rocks abov
high water mark, it must lie shipiied
from Boston to ns near the lighthouse as
the vessel dare approach. Tim coal is in
lings, and these are pln'"d in H-nall boats.
which carry them to the edge of the
shoal water, inside of which the boats
dare not enter. The bags of coal are then
carried ashore on the backs of the crew,
who wiida through the surf, clnmlwr up
the rocks with their burden nnd emptv
the coal in the lighthouse bin. Theother
bulky supplies are delivered to the Cam'
Ann light kei'iier in the same manner.
and the government pays the exieiise
May bo he has a soft snap, but I'd rather
be on my vessel, towing and pitching mi
the heaviest sen th.it his light ever shone
out upon than to lie firmly grounded on
that Capo Ann rock ns ho is. Wouldn't
"But this mnn isn't the only ono the
government supplies with tnv coal, light
and rations at its lighthouses. When
ever the keepers are lir ated at stations
where the cost of ca u-fo iwci-ed the
cost of supplies they are provided free:
but where the) cost of delivery dot-si not
exceed the price of thu gisids the kt-eja-r
is comH'lled to pay for Isith. That's a
queer rulo, but government hasmuny a
queer way of doing things. At all tb
barren rock lighthouses, like Oipo Ann.
Minot's ledge nml others, the keepers
have even to Is- supplied with fresh wa
ter from point, on tliu mainland. They
coll'-ct a great deal from r.iins in (stems
and tirfx-. but In u st cas-s it is not
sufficient for the needs of tho keepers,
and thn supply from abroad must bo reg
nlarly taken to theui, no matter wh.it
the cost in- the ilifll'-rdtlei i-ro In geilltig
it there." New York livening Sun.
Thn Heaalil. I'araaol.
The extremely fashionable puriisol to
bo used nt the seaside or at the moun
tains is fie riost nniqiK- .Tnptiiese one
that ran lie got. On top must lie tied
a large black ribbon bow, the en Is of
which mi no far down on the uirusol
when it is opened. It really looks very
pretty when worn with a cotton gown
and makes a bright s;v.-c't on th" In'id
scaie. The red parasol is also in vogue,
and is of plain, heavy silk, with u mil oral
wood handle. One having a silver handle
is voted extremely liad form. The very
pronounced liking for red ia thought to
be the outcome of tho general woman's
disposition. Lining her coat with scar
let, wearing a scarlet frock, having a
scarlet parasol and wearing a rcarlet
bonnet U the nearest she can get to paint
ing the town red, whleli from her youth
np she has always had a yearning to do.
New York Letter.
Repair Your Worn Out dollies.
A poor man who wonts tn dress well
and as cheap us ho can should not dis
card a suit ho lung ns its color ii firm nnd
ita fibre, hang together. No niau knows
how far a year spent for rewilrs will
go toward tunning his appearance pre
sentable, nor how large an expenditure
for new garments it has saved him nntil
he tries it. If men with niislrrate in
comes, who feel obliged to dress shabbily
six months out of the year, observed a
woman s wuy of sponging, overhnulim.'
and retrimming they might get a useful
object lesson from it. Now York Star.
A Man ot III. Word.
Wilson Plillson is a mnn who kcep
hjs word, whatever else may be said ol
Bilson Do you find him so?
Wilson Yes; he borrowed five dollars
from me a year ago, and ho said he'd
never forget tuy kindness.
Bilson And he hasn't?
Wilson No; overy time he wants to
borrow money ho comes to me. Har
Nothing- deliirhta tho averaire Emrlish-
mnn mure than to be a member of a so
ciety with n long and Involved name. In
fact societies such lis "The Society for
the,Bctter Promotion of Relaxation from
Biisim-ss Cares and F.njoyiiient During
Luncheon Honrs lu the Municipality of
London" grow In strength and Influence
Mrs. Livennoro says that her husband
is a Republican while she is a Prohibi
tionist; ho is a protectionist and she a
free trailer; ho has a pew in ono church,
she in another; he has one dix'tor, she
another; and yet they are happy and
harmonious and never dream or quarrel
ing. The Anhevllle citizen Ulvca
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ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
A LIST THAT IS WELL WORTH
A Table of Ihe Altitude of Weal-
ern North Carolina Monntalua
That Kverybody Will Want.
Below will be found a list of the differ
ent mountains oi Western North Carolina
with their several altitudes. The meas
urements nrc from Arnold lluyot. The
list is as follows:
VAI.I.KV OF THK SWANNANOA.
Itn. ft. nliovc Mm.
Inaction of Plat Creek with Swan-
nnnoii Kiver 2,2o
loseiih Stens's house 2,.'l(iH
llurnett's house 2,4-2.'!
Lower Mountain house Jesse
Stcpp's floor of piazza 2,770
. Patton's cabins end of enr-
riaue road 3,21-
Kesling Place brook liehind last
log cabin .'i.'.lor
I'piK'r Mountain house 0,241
Ascending to Toe Kiver la pas- '
sane muin branch above
IN THK lll.l'K RIIK'.K,
Toe River Can Iwtwccn Potato
Top and High Pinnacle 5,1 SN
I In: h I'innucic oi iiiuc Kiuge o.ioi
Kockv Knob's south peak .r,.'l(ll
Dig Spring on Kocky Knob S.OSll
C.rey Heard o,44H
Hiir Crniiuv !,0!l(
Hull's Head .V.Kin
Craggy Pinnacle B.Ofi
IILACK MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Potato Top ii,:i'.i:t
Mt. Oiblis ti,.V.I1
Stcpp's (lap the cabin (i.lO.'l
Mt. Hnllbaek, or Sugarloaf. 0,403
lllack Dome, or Mitchell's high
ieuk, or Clingmnn ol State
Dome Cap fi,3'2
llalsum Cone, (iiiyot of State
Hairy lleur (!,(il(l
Hear (lap (i,234
lllack II rot her (Snndox of State
Cattail Peak (Mill
Kockv Tail Cap 0.3N2
Denr'Mt. North Point (i.233
Long Kidgc South Point 6.20M
Middle Point 0.250
North Point 0.24
Howlcn's Pyramid North Knd H.34N
NORTH WKSTKKN CHAIN.
Hhickstock's Knob C.3NII
Yentcs' Knob 0,07i
CANIiV KIVKR VAI.I.KV.
(Irecn Ponds at Tom Wilson's
highest house .'1,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3.11(1
Wheeler's opKisitc Hig Ivy tlnji.. 2,042
Cattail l-'ork junction with Ca-
ney Kiver 2.N73
Snndofor Cap, or Low (la sum
mit of road 3,1 71
Hurnsvillc Court-house square... 2,H4(i
Green Mountain near Hurnsvillc,
highest point 4,340
CROUP OF THK ROAN MllfNTAIN.
Summit of the road from Hurns
villc to Toe river 3,1351
Toe Kiver Ford on the road from
Hurnsvillc to Konn Mountain. 2,131
Hrigg's house, foot of the Koan
Mountain valk-y of Little
Kovk creek 2.7.""
Yellow StMit, alHive Hrigg's r,l.rs
Little Yellow Mount highest 'i.D.Mi
The Cold Spring summit of Koan (i.132
Grassy Kidgc Hall northeast con
tinuation of Koan Mountain.. 0,230
Koan High Bluff. 0,2!lll
Konn High Knob 0.3IMS
FROM lll'HNSVII.I.K TO CRANIlFATHIiR
South Toe Kiver I-'ord 2.532
Toe Kiver ford, near Autrcy's 2,51-7
North Toe Kiver Ford, Mow
Illnc Kidgc head of Brushy creek. 3,425
Linvillc Kiver Ford, IkIow head of
Brushy creek 3.207
Linvillc Kiver, at Pierey's 3,11117
Headwaters of Linvillc and Wa
tauga Kiver, foot of Grand
father Mountain 4,1hi
Grandfather Mountain summit 5, Ml"
Wntmign river nt Skull's null
Tiivlorsville. Tennessee 2.3SI5
Whitctops, Virginia 5,530
FROM 111 kSSVII.I.K TO THK IIAI.ll Mill N
TAIN IIIISHRVATIONS MAIIF. IIV I'RO
FKSSOK W. C. KI'.RH, OF IIAVIIIMIN
tol.l.F.CK CIIMI't'TKII IIV Mil.
Sampson's Cap 4,1311
I'.uvot cove at rromt a ,i,.i.-o
Wolfs Camp Cap 4,35!l
lluld Mountain summit o,;p.h
VAI.I.KV OF TUB lllli IVKV CRIiF.K.
Dillingham's house Is-low Ycatc's
Knob, or Hig Hutte 2,olix
luticlion of the three forks 2, 270
'Solomon Carter's house 2,215
Slocksvillc at Hlaek Stock's 2,210
Mouth of Ivey Kiver, by railroad
FROM ASIIKVII.I.K TO Mot'NT I'ISC'.AII.
Asheville Court house 2,250
Sulphur Springs the spring.... 2,002
Hominy Cove nt Solomon Dn vies. 2.542
Little West Pisgnh 4.724
Great Pisguh 5,757
lllll I'lliKIIN VAI.I.KV,
Porks of Pigeon, nt Colonel Cnth-
ey s .',ioi
vast fork of Pigeon.nt Captain T.
Wnvneaville court house 3.750
Sulphur Spring, Kichland valley
at lames K. ti. Love s z,( 10
Mr. Hill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek IkIow Hill's 2,524
Cold Mountain 0,003
CHAIN OF THK RICHI.ANII IIAI.SAM.
Kichland, lictween Kichland creek
and the west fork of Pigeon
creek nml at Iv Medford's 3,03H
F Medford's farm, foot of Lick-
ston't mountain R.ooo
Lickslon mountain 6,707
Deep Pigeon Clip 4,007
Cold Spring mountain. 5,015
Double Spring inouutaui u,,imi
Kichland llalaam or Cnney Pork
Balsam Divide 0,425
Chimney Top 0,234
Spruce Kulgc Top ,ti
Lone llalaam fi.HOH
Old Bald 0,780
CHAIN OF WKSTKNKK S IIAt.ll.
Wcstencr Haiti north peak 0,414-
OKKAT MI1II.I.K CHAIN OF IIAI.SAM MOUN
TAINS IIKTWHKN HCOTT'i CRKKK
ANO LOW CRKKK.
linos Plolt'i farm north foot of
Old Field Mountnin 0,10(1
Hucklelierry Knob...v 0,484
linns Plott's llnlsam first Bnl-
until, north cud 0,007
(ones' Balsam north point 0,223
soutn ena .
Kock Stand Knob 0,006
Brother Plott 6,242
Amos Plott's llalsum. or Great
Rockv Face 6,031
White Rock Ridge 0,528
Black Rock 0,815
Panther Knob 0,350
Perrv Knob 0,020
VAI.I.KV OF SCOTT'S CRKKK.
Love's sawmill 2,011
Maclure's farm 3,285
Road Can. head of Scott's creek.,. 3,357
lohn Brown's farm 3,(140
Hryson's farm J, 17.1
lohn Love's farm 2,220
Webster Court House 2,203
VAI.LKV OF TI'CKASKKRKK ANII TRIIU'l'TA
RIKS. Tuckaseege river mill, lielow Welc
ster. near the road to (Jualla-
I unction ol Savannah creek 2,(mi
Inaction of Scott's creek 1,5177
(Juallutown Main Store 1,0 751
Soco river, ford to Oconnluftcc 1,0510
Soeo Cao road summit 4. .'HI
Amos Plott's farm on Pigeon 3,084
(X-onalullec river, junction llrail-
ley lork 2,203
Robert Collins' highest house 2.500
I unction of Raven's and Straight
Inaction of Hunch's ereek 2,37'J
CHAIN OF THK ORKAT SMOKY MOI'NTAIN
FROM NORTH FAST To SOI'TII WliST
FROM Till! IKU'NII OF HAYWOOD
COI'NTY TO THK I'.AI' OF I.IT
1 he Pillar, head of Straight fork
of (k'oualuftce river 0,255
Thermometer Knob 0,157
Knven's Knob 0,230
Tricorner Knob 0,8K
Mt (.iivot. so named by Mr. 11 1 if k -
lev in common 0,0,'HI
Mt. Ilenrv 0,373
Mt. Alexander 0,417
South Peak 0,2051
The True Hrother, highest or cen
tral peak 5.5MI7
Thunder Knol 0.082
Laurel Peak 5,022
Keinhnrdt Cap 5.220
Top ol Richland Ridge 5,4512
Indian Cap 5,317
Peek's Peak 0.232
Right hand or New Gap 5.0510
Mt. Mingus 5,004
ORIU'I' OF lll'I.I.IIKAII, TKNNKSKKK.
Central Peak, or Mt. Lccomplc 0.01 2
West Peak, or Alt. Curtis li.oiix
North Peak, or Mt. Station 0,535
Cross Knob 5.021
Master Knob 0.013
Tomahawk Cap 5,450
Alum Cave 4,071
Alum Cnvc creek, junction with
Little Pigeon Kiver 3.84U
OKI-AT SMOKY MOI'NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Koad Cit 5,271
Mt. Collins 6.18K
Collins' Cup 5, 72H
Mt. Love 0.443
Chnginau's Dome 0,000
Mt llucklcy 0.0011
Chimney Knob 5,588
Hig Stone Mountain 5,014
Hig Cherry Cup 4.83s
Corner Knob 5.240
Fornev Ridge Peak 5.087
Sunk v Ml 5.105
riiundcrhrnd Ml 5.520
Sk-iicc Cabin 4.01O
Turkey Knob 4,710
ilKissuin Cap 3,84(1
North Haiti 4.711
rhe Great llnld's central peak 4,022
Miutli Peak 4.7H8
I'cunt-ssec Kiver at Hardin's 85151
Hill House Ml., summit road to
Montvale Springs 2,452
Montvale Springs, Tennessee 1,2513
Worth Hundreds ot nollara.
My wife used only two Ixitllt-s ol
"Mother's Friend" liefore her third con
linment. Suvs she would not lie without
it for hundreds of dollars. Had not half
as much trouble us before. Dock Miles,
Lincoln Parish. Ln.
Write Hradheld Regulator Company,
Atlnntn, Ca., for particulars. By all
Thr rrrt-on HAHAM'H
MKKOHK KII.I.HK I
thr mo! wonderful tnrd
Icinr, 1 ltctMUc It hn
never failed In any in
ntnnre, no matter whnt
thnhM-aNc, from l.liP
KOHY to the almplait
dineaar known to thr hu
nt nil ytem.
The M-iYntfnr men of
to-flny claim nnd
prove thnt every dlt
CauHcd by Microbe,
-RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Ititrrmlnnlra Ihe Mleroliea nml ririre. them
out of thr system, nnd when Ihnt la done
vou cannot hnve an ache or pant. No mat
ter what the dlarnac, whether a ainiile cnne
of Mnlnria Fever or a comhlnntlon of dla-riist-a,
wcciirr them all nt Ihe anme time, aa
we treat all dlaewH-a conatilulloi ally.
Is(mia, t'oasimiloii, Ciiinrth, Until
chilis, Ulicuiimlism, Kiilmy nml Liver
lUnrnur, Chill nml 'ever, h'emnle
7'niiifnVa, in nil its forms, nml, ii) tin t,
every Disease kmiwit to the llunmn
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Hee that our Trnite-Miirk (anme aa nlmvel
niieani on each lua.
Rend for hnok "lllatorjf of Ihe MlerolM:
Killer," Riven away liy
J. 0. GRANT, Ph. ;.,
Hole Aarnt, Aahetrllle, N. C,
novlTdlT tu hi un
Chicago: Alton U.K.
PA8TKHT ROt'TB TO
KANSAS CITY AND THE WEST
Aahrvlllr tn Kanaaa City In 37 hanrs.
Aahevllle tn lienvrr in At hours
Aahrvlllr tn Han Frnnrlacn, California, and
Portland, OrrRon, In A dnva,
Hollil Veatlliulrd Trnina St. I. mils to Kan
aaa Cltv. Rrrllnlni chair car free.
For lull Information vail on or write in
B. A. Ncwland.
IHatrlet Paaarnarr Aaent,
No. 10 Palton Ave Aahevllle. N.C
J. CHARLTON, (I. P. A Chicago. III.
Street Car Schedule.
ncRlnnlng at 7 a. m. ItndlnR tn.oo p. m
Car leaves Square for all points on thr
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
after. Schedule cars connect at Square.
Train ear and baRKSR ear meet evere
train, On. vallae allowed each p.aacnRcf.
KaRgage transferred from all points In the
city Ibr 80 cent..
TUB AHIItiVlLLB BTRUBT RY. CU,
DO YOU WANT
I ii vital ion ('a nits,
I Her Ci itu Iii I'M,
Mont lily StalciiicntH,
Thi'ii will! your ordor to
No. (J X. Court Siiiai-o,
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From a XewHpniier to a ViH-
itiiitf Card can lie pxccii
tcil in a workmanlike
hlyleat t Iiik liiiit
PRICES AS LOW
Ah First-ClasH work can
Ask any of the tlioiiriandts
of their patrons in AHlieville
and WeHtoHi North (-arolina
aHtotlieir niaiiiiiT of doiiiK
liiiHiueHH. They aro
In North Carolina.
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RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R. CO.
Wcalera North Carolina Mrialoa.
l'AHSHNOKR TRAIN 8CHBDULB
(In Bffict Aimuat 31 )
7nth Meridian time used when not otherwise
I .. L' ..... ..111-
1 2 4-onm
" New York,
1 1 oopm
. New York,
Richmond, 1 .toopm
"Uanvlllc, T HOpm
8 OSam I
A. ft K. R. R.
lOOBamlAr. Hemirraonvllle, " 607pm
1242 pm" Kpartanburg, Lt. I 340 pm
t 1(1 am 1 1
No. IS I (Daily except Sunday.)
7.-I.1 amll.v. AahevUle,' Ar
naaamlAr. Wayne.vllle, "
242 pml" Hryaun City, "
2 no pm " Andrews, t.T.
on p m
2UA p m
94.1 a m
11 no a m
Noa. no and fll. Pullman Hlcciwra between
Noa. r2 and (la Cullman Ruflrt Sleeping
Cara iH-twccn Hot Springs and Waahingtun.
w. A. WlNlll'KJS, li. f A.,
Aahevllle. N. C.
IA8. L. TAYLOR, O. P. A.,
Waahiiiirton I) c.
PaLscc STcasicsia. Low Rare.
Four Trip par Wk B.lwwn
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
FMMkcy.ftault nt. Mrit, ad Laka
Huron Wy Port.
vary Wk Day Blwn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
IVprvUl Hm4mj Trlpa 4ur(it JM, Jnljr, AufM m. Spi.
Double Dally Xln Batwrm
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS
Ratat nrt Bxnunil n Tick' will furnwlird
by your Ticket aRnt or aidra
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Ontrolt and Cleveland Steam Nnv. Oo
DO NOT FORGET
Strictly in Advance.
$3 For a Club of Six.
Send One Dollar ami renew
your Hubwription at once.
Special CorrcKpoiidentH in
every wction of Western
In the State.