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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890.
Now is Your Blood?
I had t malignant breaking mil on my
leg below the knee, ami vw cimil whiih1
and well with two awl n hnll linttlos ol
6. 8. 8. Other blood mullduuj L.4 full
ed to do nie any good.
Will C. Bbaty, Ynrkvillo, a. (.'
I waa troubled from childhood with
an aggravated caae of Tetter, aud three
botllca of 8, B, 8. cured me nci-ma.
neutly. Wallace Mann,
Munnvllle, I, T.
Our oook on Blood and Skin Dkcatw
Swirr BfBcurio Co., Atlanta, Ga.
I'RniHSSIOXAL C A ft US.
W. STUART LEECH, M. 0., """"""
PHYSICIAN AND NVRtiHON,
OnVra hli prulcwiunnl services to the citisens
of Aaheville and theaurriiunilhiK country.
(ll'HICIt K.Mim H McAfee lluilillnu.
ItoliKH 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 4 to 0 p. m.
TUI.KI'IKlNH (Irniid Crntrnl lintel.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION,
a. O. Box as7, Meudry Hlock.
A. II. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM
Mticc Over J. If. J.nw'l Store, Huulh Mnin
" With ana fioc.
Filling with silver or umiilKion . .BOc. io7r.c.
' " Jfol! $l.(to nnd upwiiril.
Met of teeth tl.no.
Ileal set of teeth SH.OO.
No liettermade. no matter what jrou pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford.
Room. 8 and A, McAfte Huilcllntf,
I'attoa Avenue, Aaheville. N. C.
PMACT1CB MMITKII TO Til
sHy-e, Kar, Throat and None.
31. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law.
jmarion. n. c.
WW. nrncttarln the loth and 12th Judicial
llistricts of North Carolina and in the Hu
preme Court and the Peilrrnl Court of the
Western District of North Carolina.
Tmi-ki, F. DAVinaoH, Tims. A. Joints
Itaastah. lAa. (. Maktin. Aarevillr
AVIIMON, MARTIN at JONKg.
Attorneva and Counsellors at Law
Aaheville, N. C.
Will prsillce in thellth and 12th Judicinl
Uistricta, snd in the r-uprrmc Court of North
Carolina, and in the Kedrrnl Courts oi the
Western IMalritt of North Carolina.
Kclcr to Bank of Aaheville. disci
Architect and Contractor.
Plans, siedHcatlnns nod estimates fur.
(Dished. All work in my line contrncted for,
.and no charges for drawings on contracts
si warded me.
Kefercncea when desired.
tiffice: No. 12 lirnilrv llloek. North Court
(kiuarr. Ashrvillr. N. C' frill Hill Y
St. II. NBKVKa, D.U.H. I II. K. SMITH, II.
Dr. Reeve & Smith.
In Coanaliy suiiam', over Kcdwood. More,
Terth eatractcd without pain, with thrncw
auursthctJc, and all cases of Irrt'Kiitiirllv cor
rerud. .coiadi r
P RAMSAY. D. D.H.
Clvrr the National Han of Ashcvllle. Ilnr
nard nnllillni(. Kcsidcnce, 01) Charlotte St.
. OsT SlONTHLV aitKMllf
lr tmun ourihq CHaMat Of yyii.
jtooK TO ' WOMAN'X
iudficio rebuutm ca. Atiamtaba.
FOR SALE I
Improved and unimproved real estnte, both
business and resilience property; any kind,
any prlct, In an. part or thecity. FARMING
AND MINING LANDS.
1 maka a ateclalt,v of renting property and
t'ollrctlng rents If yon are looking- for a
house, consult my bulletin If your house
la vacant and you want a tenant, list It with
me. No tenant, no chorjje.
C. F. RAY,
Real Kattate Airent.
New house, newly furnished, nil mo lern
Improvements, large rooms, good table
MRS. Hi C. GOOD1C,
53 College Ht.
IV1CH TO TAXI'AYfKS!
The dty tns list has lwen placed I" my
hands for collections. All iicrsons nrc herehy
notlfled to con-e forward at otiee iintl settle
aame Many persons have failed to list their
, tases as required ,y law. and they ate isie
dally admonlahed to come up and do so, nnd
thus aave a double ta a d coat of warrant.
I may be found at the usual place In the
court house. . Respectfully,
N. A. KBYNOI.DB,
aeptlSdlw City Tax Collector,
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK.
TilKIlfVI H'tt-N: MINATIONAL
PART OK IT.
Communication to "The Cltlxen"
on a Hublect ot Importance to All
Home Inlereatliiu; HlHlory,
The interdenominational SiiikIiiv
acfioul work in North Carolina wits unor
ganized until 1878. In April of that
year, filteen persons from thi state at
tended the second international Sunday
school convention in Atlanta, tin. A
meeting was held by tlicse delegates then
in Atlnntn, nnd it wus resolved to return
home, awaken nn interest in the work
and hold a stntc convention. A commit
tee, one from ench denomination present
wn appointed. Mr. John 15. Kay was
elected chairman of the committee anil
upon his cull and alter due notice living
(jiven, the first stale Sunday-school con
vention was held in the Salisbury strcci
Itaptist church in Kalcill November 1, 2
mid 3, 187H. I'rof. J. II. llnrwell was
elected president, nnd N. II. Ilron'htoii
nnd V. S. Primrose secrclariis. An tx-
ccutive committee was appointed and in
structed to prepare an address to the
Sunday-school workers of the state, urg
ing them to organize county ami town
ship conventions. The second slate con
vention was held in Greensboro, Novem
ber 14 and l.", 17'.)., Kev. II. K. Ilruton
wna elected president, and IS. A. Blurt
secretary. A constitution anil Ity-laws
weix adopted, and renewed clliirts made
to secure county organizations. The
third state convention was held in Salis
bury, November HI and 1!0 1SSII. Kev.
J. Ktimple was elected president and I!.
A. liliert and It. M. Jones secretaries. At
this convention the eoiintieKol Cabarrus,
Mecklenburg, Stokes, Forsyth, (inillord,
Orange nnd Kowan were reported as or
ganized. The fourth state convention
was held in Salem, September 1, 1SS1.
Kev. C. II. Wiley was elected president,
and li. A. lilwrt secretary. The conven
tion was nt tended by Mr. U. I'avson
1'orter, of Philadelphia, international
statistical secretary. Steps were taken
to divide the state into districts tmtl ap
)int orgnnizers in each. The tilth state
convention was n called meeting held in
Knleiuh, February 24. 1HSL. This meet
ing was attended by Mr. li. I'avson Por
ter nnd Mr. J. II. Kellogg, of Troy, New
York. Delegates were present Irom For
sylh, Craven, Wnkc, tiliillord. kowan,
Moore, Orange and Franklin. Only three
counties presented reports. The sccre
tnry made nn estimate of the number ol
schools, scholars nnd teachers in the
stntc, based upon reports from these
three counties as follows: Number ot
Sundny-schools in the state ,l!7;tcnch
ers, 33,!i"0; scholars, 1U7.U37; total
teachers nnd scholars 231,513. The
counties ot Guilford, Kowan. Forsyth,
Vancev nnd Cabnrrus were reported as
organized but failed to send reports.
Mecklenburi;. Orange nnd Stokes asso
ciations reported as dead. The sixth
state convention was Held in vwnston,
NovcuiIkt 1. 1HH2. U-lcgates weic pres
ent from Davidson, Forsyth. Kowan.
Craven, Wake aud Davie. Reports were
riH-eivcd liom the eouiitiesol Kowan, rer-
son, ihivic, Cabarrus, Guilford, Forsyth
nnd Davidson. Organizations were re-
IKirted us existing m Greene, Iredell and
Stunlv. hut no reoorts from them, Ten
counties were reported as organized, n
gain ol seven over the preceding venr.
Kev, C. H. Wiley was elected president
nHil E. A. Kbert sccrctarv. In the inte
rim between the fifth and sixth conven
tions the executive committee had ar
ranged u portion of the state into dis
tricts and appointed vice-presidents as
uruanizcrs for each. The convention wus
encouraged by the progress shown nnd
pledges were niniie nv several oi mc oeic
uates present to effect further organiza
tions during the succeeding year. A meet
in5 of the state executive committee was
held at t lie residence oi itev. r.ii..ionu
son, in Winston, October 11, 1XS3, at
which it was decided that no state con
vention be held thut venr. 1 onote the
following from the record: "I pon mo
tion, the president. Dr. Wiley, was in
structed to prepare an nddress, which is
to be signed by the mcmiicrs oi mc com
mittee, and addressed to the Sunday
schools of the slate and published in the
paKrs, in which it is to Is' staled. Hint
owing to the fact that the stale Sunday
school conventions for the past two
years have been held in this community,
mid in as much as this committee has no
invitations for the convention to meet in
other localities, this committee has con
cluded not to call n meeting of the stole
association this venr," No more-conventions
were held until 1HN8, when Mr. W.
Reynolds, the president of the filth intcr
I Suiiilav-seliool convention,
came to North Carolina, and alter visit
ing several of the larger towns ol mc
slate, worked up nn interest that culmi
nated in the cnllini! of the seventh state
convention, which was held in Kaleigh.
March 21, 22 and T.l, t
Delegates were present from twenty-live
counties. Col. li. J. rarnsn wus eiceieo
ores dent, nnd I. W. Gore secretary. Mm-
script ions made in furtherance of the or
ganization of the work in the stale
umouiitcd to $1)85. Many of the dele
gates pledged to work up organizations
in their counties. The eighth state con
vention was held m Charlotte, April .1.
1880. Kev. T. H. I'ritcharcl was elected
ircaidcnt. I'rof. I. W. Gore, recording
secretary, II. N. Snow, statistical secre
tary, nntl vr. li. eipruni, i mount .
Twenty counties were reported asorgnn
ized. The convention was attended by
Mr. Wm. Reynolds, who contributed
very largely to the interest of the occa
sion. The ninth stnte convention was
held Inst February in Wilmington. I'rof.
W. A. Illair wna elected president, and
the secretaries nnd trensurer were re
elected. Forty-nine counties were reported
as organized. In the interim between the
eighth nnd ninth conventions, the state
had been divided into twelve districts,
nnd an orgnnizer assigned to each. The
convention was much encouraged in the
work. $027.l) had been collected for
the work, $100 of which had been paid
to the international association, and
&U4.U0 for organizing districts, station
ery, printing, postage, etc. Subscriptions
amounting to $1,000 were made lor the
During the yenr 1880 steps were taken
toward organizing the colored iieople
into nn interdenominational assocur
lion. A Durhum county colored Sunday-
school association was organized nst
tall. I hnt convention uppoinicii a coin
tnittec to issue a call and arrange lor li
state colored Sunday-school convention
to be held InDurlmm at sucn time as inc
committee might think best. Alter cor
respondence with Mr. Wm. Reynolds,
president ot the International Miminy
schonl association, whp consented to at
tend and assist in the organization, it
was decided to hold n convention Febru
ary 22, The call was made, nnd a full
notice given among the colored people.
The attendance was not large, but nil or
ganization was effected, wlneh, It is be
lieved, will extend its borders until the
entire state is embraced within ils ocm
lioii. Delegates present made pledges to
orgnuize the work in several of t he coun
ties in the central portion ol the state.
At this initiatory state convention it was
decided to hold n second convention at
Greensboro on the 15th of Mnylnst,
which wus accordingly done resulting in
a large gathering ol colored ticoale inler-
entcd in this iu'enleii'-niiimlfortirl'- work.
Kev. , J. Worlds wits elected -president,
Kev. j. C. Price vice pnsulcnt, and Win.
G. Pearson sceielan . If tirlecn counties
were reported u organized in this work.
We nre ndvaiicingCliriNl'sUiiigilom when
assisting the colored people to establish
Sunday-si Innils as uiiieli as when lalior
iii in the ''iitri,,!i of those ol our own
color, and 1 cmneslly request thut all
niiuduy-se'hool U'orl 's assist m c col
ored people in organ zing tlu ir wm U in
the several counties ol lb: kime, iheir
work will .if -ist us. at least in the colle.
tion ol'eoit'iiVli tl aiS' ies
Since the state convention held in Wil
mington Insl f'lvii.'M'e thirty, ire coun
ties have 1 ecu organized. Ai 'he present
time seveniyiiiuc e in lies are orcnnizcil.
and seven n a ale iiuorguuiyid. Two i f
the sevenuen lia.c Ikcii orgauizeo, but
lor want of I,,. nn 'i. v, Imve nlniudoncd
The won . ' ' i ! ;id, .vliii 'i
eoiisidei us out ol the most hop'tut leiu
tires of the ilk. i.is uli.ig the pa-t
venr been e itiiblibeii in many of lb.
counties o; i!.e si. i.e. and we expect a rieli
Harvest funu mis ploiitiiii.'.
We believe lh.it jreaiei prop ess in t li
thorough orifaniai ioi oitnework woulii
have been made had it noi been lor I he
absence in liim yi ol !r.t li. r Geor.;e H .
Watts, thi e!" irir.au if the executive
committer, a Ii. si failing acal h reqiiired
that he shoald s ek ils restoration by
travel, niii' l I it nloiith naienl ol iiusuie.
We can justly claim ihn! a itreal for
ward movement has liecii made during the
past year. Aillionli ma siansiical ma
chiiiery isai t,,ei oi ood vorui.igur.!ci,
and we have ii'nperleet n port shorn ninny
ol the co'inl ies, reported asorgunU il, wi
lia ve ill ueh to encourage us. Sonic ol our
plans arc not Hilly matured and some
imve not been carried out as was is
peeled, yet we have enough ol success to
urge ns lorw.inl to renewed efforts in the
yenr la-lore us, aud to anticipate the day
'when we shall see the full realization ol
our Aim, namely:
1. A Sunday-school within reach of ev
ery home in our stale,
2. A ci in veil ' inn, nt least once each
year, within icnchofcvcrySuilday.seh'iol
3. A working Sunday-school oraniza
liou in everv eoiinly iu'd township.
4. The visitation of everv house, to in
vile nil to church nnilSund iy-seliool.and
io make known to all God's free otkr ol
salvation through Jesus Christ.
iii:iti.'H a iii.t.i".
Wlial I lie MillauVlnlita LatllcM
Are Kw llolng.
l-'rom the I'lirnile'pllln liiiiiiier.
The assi iciat ion it h msekei ocrs lot uu d.
several mouths ago. to deal with the ser
vant girl ipifxiion, now has iie.n Iv lino
names on I lie rolls, and a committee ha"
started in lo canvass the city for inhii
lioiml nicmbers. C. Oscar Ileasley, the
president, said ycslciday that as a result
of this movement w ithin two months
there will lie l.oUU names on the list
Mr. Ittaslev said: "i mr main object is
lo elevate the condition ol an honest, reli
able servant girl, anil lo make il impossi
ble Corn dishonest or disreputable servant
lo secure a place ill this city. Il has her.'
lofi ire Ikcii ll.cc'ist. an tocugage servants
simply on a written rcc'iiutticnilntnu.
Many oi these ncoiuniendalioiis were not
only forgeries, but mythical names wire
sicned to them ill uianv cases.
"Through the courlcsv id tin- state de
partimiit it Washington Hi h ve .c-
ccivcil t:ic ctirn iiiuin oi inc raris nun
U'insic schools. In both IVan 'eaiu'Gi r-
iiianv the training and euliiioi in. lit ol
servant girls is u department ol the gov
cruii'cat. "When we lii si took up the ipiestiou in
this eit e we found that the morale and
clli- i' ney ol the servants employed w..s
at n low siauo.-rd. lo uim oat the ii.nl
clemiiit we have not in our employ a
man who does noi hiag il e btu look up
the character ol the servant gills. As a
icstilt ol these iuvisti.atious we now
have oil our blacklist the names of two
thouisnud girls whom we have Inuiul lo
Ir- immoral, iucomK tenl or im llieieni .
"We have an ailvisoi v hoard, hi wnieh
Mrs. I iliii I. n. as iseluorrvan. nnd an ex
vvutitc hoard, of which Mrs. M. Iv. Rob
ens is chairniaii. Ti.vii we h.ivc a com-
niiltic ol ladies who are hard at work
lookitn: up t Inn acicr -and sicui ing inhii
lioiml meinlH'is at the same lime.
"Il is our intention at auia.l; date lo
establish u temporary home lor seivant;
giris, which will also Is- used as i school
ol 'instruction. When our h niic is ready
for iic.'iipauev. we will char,''- t' ! ecu's i
for nigiu's lodging and breakfast. Alter
each iii.iruu g meal we wi I have a short
leelurc on plain coo.ing and general
h.iusekieiiiiig. We will is.-tie eertilii lies
to all gills that we lind to lie competent,
honest and respectable. These c. rtili-
cites will la-ar Hie seal or inc soeieiv
and must lie renewed every six months.
Mv this means wc can keep track of all
who conic under our jurisdiction.
"The annual dues of the society arc
three dollars. In return for this wc pro
pose to give protect ion and la'ttcr ser
vices to the housckcciK'r than she has
heretofore enioved. We have sent circu
lars all over i he country and I have no
doubt that at an early day wc will have
a national association.
I'roul the Philadelphia Record.
The Ph ai e li hill I'.xehange lor nnieii.
which is interested in the reform sci vanl
movement that has lately been agitat
ing uianv well known ladies and gentle
men, has secured subscriptions of over
$1,1100 to start il ill the great work ol
elevating the standnrd of domestic ser
I .... I a ...I... ll.iu llio'lt lll'tlV'e
nun, iMiii to,....., ...... ............ .......
:.. .1 M........,l ..i.r.iriii HfieMthril lu'lore
III nie n.i.wns. , .- ...... --
October l.n mass meeting id' women
Will MC CailCO HI Illl UICI CNlMiOil lorn ini-
viiiicc the movement.
Worked l.lkc il charm.
II... ..II',.. I, I'm lw.tmiti. ljioilfiltif worked
like a cluirin; iiiiprovcniciil been won-
denui; cannot express my giiiiuuoc.
Wish every iadv nlllicted would try it. I
know it would cure them.
Mil. 1.. A. i.iinii,
Spring Grove, Pin.
Write llradlield Regulator Company.
Atlanta, On., lor particulars. Hy nil
All active mini for en. Il section, Halare S7.1
to loii,:to locally rcprcscin 11 sin-.-. -sun .-.
V. CoiliiMilv Ineori ..rillMl to supply l'i.v
llooils. ClolhliiK. Hllois, .li welrv. etc., to con-
...a..,. i Also il l.in'v U 4ncl. suliirv
Jul. in enroll members lko nod mm enrolled
ami sinii.noo iiiiiii ii i ...... - . -
ed linltilrc t'o-l Iperiillve Ahss-icIiiIIoii, lend
II well rilled I Lock llox Olo, N. V.
oi s nrrn
WANItll. Ai-.l.'X'I'S - P'aiis o! Iiosiln-
eoinliine li st lealiirus of llnlldlim I'mid and
1 lie n.iimi c-. I'lrst elns-i eoiiiiueis. ,u-
.. 1,1. .i'..n nees. Ml'TI AI. VXM'ITV
L'(l., 81 nun I on. Vil. seil III d.'lt lll til th
Real Entatc Agent.
AMI LOAM IlKllkliW,
3 NOHTH MAIN ST., i MORGAN'S BOOK STORE I
Money loaned mid well secured ai ier i "it.
Hcnl lislatc liouiilil and sold nt piddle unit
private side. Hints collected. I conclnetMl (
Itl'UI liSllllc ntiu rtU-IHin luisiuess ii, w.iMii.p
ton. H. C, ten years, nnd will ahc prompt
.....!.. ... nil li.isl.iKss mil 111 mv elniruc.
ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
A LIST THAT IS WELL WORTH
A Tiihlcni Ipe Altlluclt'H or West
ern North Carolina imouiiIuIiih
Thai l'.vc-rylocly will Waul.
- Below will be found n list of the dill'er
i iil nioiititninsnl Western North Carolina
willi their K'veral altitudes. The mens
aicmtnls arc from Arnonl (luyot. The
list is as lollows:
V.M.I.HV III' THIS SWANNANIIA.
lom. ft. nhovc sea.
Junction of Flat Creek wilh Swan-
ii.'inoa hivcr n
ji -eph Stcpp's bouse 2,3(iS
llinnetl's liottse 2,-1-23
I. iwer Moiml.'iiti house Jesse
Sicpp's Hour ot piazza 2,77
ti. I'atton's caliius end of car
riage mad 3,2 ll
I VM nig place brook Is'liiud Inst
I g cabin 3,!l."i."
I 'pHT Motuiluin Ip'iise S,24i
Aseeiiding to Toe River Gap pas
s ige main branch above
. IN Till! Ill.rU KIIHiK,
Toe River Gap between Potato
Top aud High Pinnacle o,1S8
1 1 ich Pinnacle nl liluc Kidge r.7n!
Roekv Knob's south (ank ii,3fni
Itig Sptiugoii Rockv Knob o.oso
t'ocv Itcard .' "..its
Mig Craggv (l.O'.Mi
Hull's I lead .i.'.I.I.i
Ci'aggy Pinnacle .",'.) I ."
III.ACK MIU NIAIX MAIN CHAIN.
Ml. Mitchell 0.oN2
Ml. Gibbs l!,iV.ll
Sicpp's Gai the cabin (i.lii.'l
Ml. Ilalllunk, or Sugarloiif. Ci.-fiia
Klaek D ane, or Mitchell's high
jsuk, or Cliugman ol State
I 'nine ti.ip 0.3."2
lt.ils.iiu Cone, Guyot of Stale
i:.iiry lle.'ir li.filn
liar Gap 11,23 I
Ibaek llrothcr (Sindoz of State
inapsi II. I'll '.
Catiad Peak Il.lil 1
K'.'cl.v Tail Gap li.3S2
hear Mi. Noitii Poiui i!,23.'l
Long Kidge South Poinl (1.2ns
Mioitlt Point (i.2."ili
Xorlh Point (i.2ts
llowlen's I'yraiiii I North laid limits
xoi: i inn sri K en vix.
Plaekslo.k's Knob 0.3SII
cate' Knob ri,'.t"i
C.Nl:l HIVI.K V.M.I.I-.V.
Green Ponds nl Tom Wilson's
higbest hmisc 3,222
Tmu iVilsnu's new hoiie 3.1 1"
Wheeler's ipposite IIil Ivy Gap.. 2.1H2
t'ati.iil I'oik -iiineti' ii with Ca-
ucy River 2, ST.!
Sandofor (lap, r Low Gap sum
mit of roa.i 3,1 71 1
I'.urns.ille C'. art-house sipinrc... 2.S to
'irceu Mounl.'iiM near Iturnsvillc.
highest point t.34i
r.itoi i'oi' tiii; iioan mopntmn.
Summit of the road trom Ituriis-
lillelo Toe rivir 3,13'.i
me River Ford on the road from
lluriisviltc lo Roan Mountain. 2.131
Daily's l.nin 2,370
Mi ig.'s house, foot nf t lie Knau
Mouulaiii valley of Little
Rock creek 2.7"
Vellow Sjiot, above llrigg's ."i.l.iS
Lit I K- Yellow Mount highest "i.l'.H!
The Cold Spring sinnniil ol Roan (1,132
Grassy Kidgc Hall northeast con-
tiiiualiiin of Roan .Mountain.. I'i.23i
Roan High 1 tl n il". I'i.'J'.u;
i-:oan High Knob li,3iiii
I KoM 1,1 KNsVll.l.i: TO I.IIWIII ATIII.K
South Toe River Ford 2.."32
Toe River Ford, near Amrcy's 2, .117
N'nilh I'm' River 1'urd, bclnw
llhie Ridge bind of llrtishy creek. 3.42."i
Liuvillc hirer l;ord. la-low head of
llrushy cieek 3. '-".'7
Liniillc River, at Picrcv's ".iii'7
lb ailw. mi's n Liiivllic and Wa
tauga River, foot ol Grand-
fatb'T Mouulaiii -t.lnn
Grandlalhcr Mountain siimuiil n,N',i7
W.itauga river at Shtill's mill
pond 2. .H 7
T.iylorsvillc. Tennessee 2.3'.i.'i
Wliilclops, Viiginia o.olln
I KOM lll'KNSVIM.I! TO Till: IIAI.P Mm
I .MX onslillVAI IONs MAPI: Il V Plto
I'l SsoK W. C. KI.KH, ol IiAVIIisiiN
COI.l.M'.l: CIIMPI TI.II MV Ml!.
SanipS'.u's ti.-ip 4,130
F.gvpi l ovcnl I'mllit's 3,3'jo
Woli si amp Gap 4.3oli
llald Mountain sumiiiil ."..'.'.ii
VAI.I.IiV in' Tllli mo is r.v i HI I K.
I lillinglinm's bouse Ih-Iow Veale's
Knob, or Itig Unite 2..ri"'.s
Inaction ol the three forks 2,2ili
Solomon Carter's house 2.21a
Stofksvillc at lllaek Sliak's 2,2lli
Mouth ot Ivev River, bv railroad
survey 1 .lis I
I ROM AMI 1 1. Vlt.t.H rn Moixr I'lsO.VII.
Vsheville Court house 2,2."i
Sulphur Springs the sprint' 2,no
Ibol'iliy Cove at Solomon I la vies . '' ,il.'
I.iiile West Pisgah 4.721
(irent Pisgab 5.7o7
Itlll I'll. I ON VAI.I.IiV.
Forks of Pigeon, at Colonel Culll-
I'aisl'lork of Pigeon, at Captain T.
Lcuoir s J, Soil
Wnvnesville court house 3,7'ili
Siilplmr Spring. Richland valley
al lames l. ii. I.ovc s .', iin
Mr. dill's) farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek below Hill's 2,.VJ4
Cold Motiutaii 11,0113
CHAIN HI' Tllli MK'III.AXll IIAI.SAM,
Richland, Is'tween Richland creek
and the west lurk ol Pigeon
creek and nt li Mcdlord's 2,1)38
15, Mcdlord's farm, foot of Lick-
slou's mountain 3,01111
l.ickston iitiiuulniu i,
I lien Pigeon Gap 4,00i
Cold Sprim; inoiiiituiii. (Villa
lioiilile Spt ing inoiiuiaiu n,.ism
Rich ami Inlsaiu or Cauey Tork
lliilsain Pividc (1,42a
I'hiniiiev Top (1,234
Spruce lnlge To (I,ll7li
Lone Balsam 5,8118
old llald 0,7811
I'll ain nr wi;sti:ni:k s iiai.ii,
Wcstcucr Paid mirth K'tik 5,414
iiidiAT Mini. 1 1: chain nl' uai.sam miii n
tains iiim'Wi:i:n scott'k cki;hk
AXII LOW CIIKIiK.
lams 1 'lot t's farm north foot of
Old I'Meld Mouutniii 5,100
lliieklebcrry Knob 5,481
linos Pntls Italsnm hrst Hal
snm, north end 0,0117
limes' Balsam north point 0,223
South cud 0,055
Rock Stand Knob 0,000
llrothcr Plott 0.242
Amos Plntt's Balsam, or Great
Roekv Face (i,031
White Kock Kidgc B.f2H
lllaek Kock u.Xlo
Panther Knob fi.3r0
Perry Knob 5,02(1
VAI.I.l-V Ol' atCOTT B CKIiliK.
Love's sawmill 2,01 1
Maclure's fnrm 3,28,1
Koad Gap, head of Scott's creek... 3.357
John llrown'sfarm 3,010
llrvsou's farm 2,1 73
Infill Love's farm 2,22(1
Webster Court House 2,203
VAU.KV Ol' TI'CKASIiKISKK ANU TKIIIl'l TA
II I lis.
Tuckiiscegc river mill, below Well
slcr, near the road to Ounlla-
lunction of Savannah creek 2.IHJ1
luncliiin ol Scott's creek 1,077
ijunllalowii Main Store 1,1)70
S'oco river, ford to ( lcoiinlup.ee 1,000
Soeo Goir road suniniii 4,341
Amos Plntt's farm nil Pigeon 3,084
Dcoiialiiltec river, junction Brad
ley lork 2.2(13
KoU'i t Collins' highest house 2.500
Junction of Raven's nnd Straight
Junction of Bunch's creek 2,370
CHAIN' Ol' Till! I'.ltliAT SMOKV MIII NTAIN
I'HIIM NIIKTIIIiAST TO SlUTIIWIisT
I KOM Tllli IIOIMI III' IIAVWIinll
COI'NTV TO Till! HAP ill' I.IT
' TLB TKNNHSSIili.
1 he Pillar, head of Straight fork
of Oconnluftcc river O.'J.Vi
Thermometer Knob (!,l.'i7
Raven's Knob (i,23(l
Tricorncr Knob li.lSS
Ml Guyot, so named b.v Mr. Buck
Ice in common (,(l.'H'i
Mt. llcnrv Ii.373
Ml. AlcMindcr 0.417
Soitlh Peak 11,200
The True Brother, highest or cen
tral la'ak 5.01)7
Thunder Knol 5.0S2
Laurel Peak i 5.022
Reiiihardt Gap 5,220
Top o! Richland Ridge 5,402
Indian Gap 5,317
Peek's Peak 0.232
Righthaud nr New Gap ."i.noii
Mt. Mingus 5,li0t
I.HIII Pnl' III l.l.llli.MI, TliNNIiSSIil!,
Central Peak, nr Ml. Leeonipte (1.(512
West Peak, nr Ml. Curtis (5,5118
North Peak, or Mt. Stafford H.535
Cross Knob 5.021
Master Knob Il.ol.'l
Tomahawk Gn o.l.'n
.Minn Cuve 4,071
Alum Cave creek, junction wilh
Little Pigeon River 3.S48
I'.llliAT SMOKV MIII NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Uoad Gap 5.271
Ml. Collins (i.lss
Collins' Gap 5.720
Alt. Love 0.143
I'hugiunu's 1 ionic (5.000
Ml Buckley , i..V.i'.l
i lhmney Kiuil .i,5s
Big Stiiue Mouulaiii 5.1514
I'ig Cherry Gap 4.838
in ner Knob 5.2 Hi I
1'ornev Ridge Peak 5.0S7
:'.uakv'Mt 5.105 :
I hiuiderhcail Ml 5.52n I
'.aglcto 5. 133
'H'nec Cabin f .'.iln
I'tu kcy Knob 4.7 fo
i iii'issum i iai 3.S In ,
North Hal 1 4,711
li--Great Haiti's iciural K-ak 4.022
South Peak 4.7ns
.'ciincsscc River at Hardin's SO'.
ilill House Ml., summit road lo
Montvale Springs 2.152
Mont vale Springs, Tennessee 1,203
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