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ASHE VILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1890.
A troublesome skin disease
caused me to scratch for tco
'months, and has been cured by
tew days use of 8. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff.
'Tpper Marlboro, Md.
I was cured several year afro of
white swelling In ny leg by th use of
8. 8. H and have hud no symptoms of
nay return of the disease. Jinny prom
inent physicians ui tern led niu and all
failed, but S 6. 8. diii l lie work.
Paul W Kikkpatrick,
JoIiusod City, Ten,
Treatise no Blood Skin Dlseasel
BWIFT Kl'KClKIC Co.,
net und w i v
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
OWit Room H. McAfee Building.
Hours to a. m. to I p. m. and 4 to 6 p. m.
Telcpone No. 47.
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.
CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
r. o. hoi as7t
is Hendry Block.
A. II. COBB,
nicc liver J. V
Law's Htorc, south
Filling with silver ur auiulgnm .UN;. to7fle.
uititi t.OH Hnil upward.
rtrt of teeth." ft-"".
Jtesl Ml of teeth fx.H'K
No better ntndr. nu matter what jruel pay.
Dr7 j7 H." Crawford,
Kuoui. i auJ U, M-Aftc Buildl-ii:,
envuui AUW, AiUSV Ik-, X. C.
PKACTiCg UkUTSD TO TH
Sre Er, Throat and XJoae.
Attorney at Law,
-Will practice In the 10th ami 13th Judicial
lliletricts of North Carolina and in the tin-fm-enc
Court and the Federal Court of the
weauwn Dlatrict of North Carollnn.
rum., p. Davidson, Thus. A. Joxiis
kalrigh. Jas. G. Maktih, Aslrvlllc.
AVID8UN, MARTIN JO.NK8.
Attorneys and Counitellora at Law.
Aaneviuc, h. c
Will practice in the-llth and 1'Jtli Judicial
M.trii-L.. and In the Kunrrmc Cuurt ol North
nd in the Supreme Cuurt of North
Carolina, and in the federal Courts of the
Weeu-rn District of North Carolina.
Kclcv to liana Ol Aaneviuc.
J A. TBtfVBNT.
Architect aud Contractor
Plana. aprrlnraUoaa and estlnmtes fur-
alahcd. Ail work in ml line contracted for.
And no charges for drawings on contracts
Wcicrrncea when desired.
Other: No. li Hendry Hlock, North Court
stquare. AahcTillc. N. C febiudljr
M. H. RRKVKS. D.D.a. I H. K. SMITH, II. D. S.
Dri. Reeves A Smith.
la) Ceianaeajy euuotna. uer Krdwnod's Store,
Tatrth cstracted without pain, with the new
anwMJwtic, aud all cases of irregularity cor-
I. AMSAV, D. It. t.
J Office i
river the Nntlnnal Hnnk ff Anhcvllle. Iinr
nard Hulldirig. ResliWncr, at Charlotte st.
"imiraon--' . MOTHER
BRA0F1EL0 RC6ULAT0R CO ATLANTA n.
W. M. A. WILLI AMN.
MATTRESS MAKER & UPHOLSTERER
' Cor. Haute and Vailrjr streets.
Muck Matlrtm. SU SO Moaa niattrma.
.1imi. ainvlrs urk mnttnas. aauo, Hiraw
maltrraa. cottun ton, ai 7A Hair mwttrcsaea
made to onlcr. t'uhulsierlna neatly and
aiilmtantlnlly done at low prii-es.
Telephone X . oclTdltn
U South Main Street.
- - ll srerythlng la the line of
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
nd sell them as cheap and deliver them nt
irotir homs as quick as sn house la the city.
Jreh vesrtsbks from ths cosntry every
A .rial will show you what ws ran do.
epMTdtf HANB nKUTIIHRd.
A GOOD RRASsTnI STOCK FARM,
a miles from Ashsvllle Court Huuss. '
J Acres of Lund,
?- i i -
(iood New 9Room House.
- ' ALLMODKRN IMPMOVKMUNTH.
Pasture land enosah for tight nr ten vows:
s l , balaact la meadow.
J. A. MURDOCH.
KM MA, N. C.
sept MB dint
IT WAS NOT ALL A DREAM.
And It Had a Point and Wmm Vctv
Hertlnent to a Certain Well Vn
derstood Situation Advice by a
We tire not hfivinj; vet v much fuss now
with our northern Ijrvtliien. Tln-y huve
cither stopped to rest or linvr Mown out
since congress ufljourned. We huven't
heard anything nbout the poor darkey
in some time. There is u Wusliiiixton
city ncuro prcucliiiig through lhi. region,
and he knows how to preach, and whnt
to prcndi. His mime is Shields. He is a
born orator, and cmtM mnke some of our
candidates for office uahuiueil of them
selves, lie preaches in the church or out
of it. He comes as a missionary to tell
the negroes the truth and give them good
advice. He preached in the street ol our
town last Saturday, and had quite a
Withering ol colored people to hear him
tell how the northern ieoplr treated their
race; how they were shut out from all
trades and occupations but the lowest;
how the white mechanics wouldn't em
ploy them nor work with them; how the
colored barbers bad all been boycotted
and run out of that country; how the
hotels that used to have them ns waiters
had substituted foreigners. "Your best
friends arc down here," snid he, "and it
is your duty to tie on to them and keep
their good will by good honest work and
respectful deportment. Until youureable
to stand alone you will have to lean upon
somebody, and the southern people have
proved themselves your friendH. They
haye given vou work' and wages all the
time. I see while and colored uarx'nlrrs
and masons working together on the
same buildings in every southern town.
I see colored druymen, colored porters,
colored barbers all nbout. I!p north
thev will cull you Mr. Johnson or Mr.
lackson, but tunt is niton t all. Down
here they call you Tom and Dick and
Hob, but that is not all. They will be
friend von and oroteel vou. Now let me
advise you to keep out of ttolilics. Some
of have been voting and voting ever since
the war, and generally you have Itcen
voting right against your southern
friends, and it bus never done vou any
good. I don't advise you to Ik- demo
crats nor rrpiihlicims, but always vole
fur the man who has the resiect of the
community in which he lives; votefor the
man that good men rote for. Vou have
no time to devote to polities. Work,
work, und save your money, and bclorej
anybody knows it you buy a lot and
build you a little house and own it. and
plant (n'ces nnd vines around it, and you i
i will tee! more like somebody ciu.n you
ifvtT did in your lw I fin' voud to
luoiv that so lubiiv M ton ure tlti.jii
that around Ciirtersvillr."
Great changes are going on, both
north nnd south. National polities is
changing base and finding new centers.
The tariff will dmde tht two great par
tics in the next election. McKinley or
no McKinley will be the battle cry, and
both sides wil find adherents above and
below the line. The tendency ol this will
lie to wnie out the Hue una destroy sec
tionalism. Then the war will Ik over
nnd national fraternity be restored
What a glorious picture I ''Let us huve
iruec," said General Grant, but he died
without seeing it.
J Ins reminds inc ol u story that was
told me not Jong ago nbout Mr. Rich
ards' dream. Mr. Kichards is a genial
genius who sucrintriidsthc waterworks
in Atlanta. He visited Iioston as a dele
gate to the great waterworks conven
tion, where the superintendents and en
gineers of the crntt had gathered from
every respectable citv in the union. It
was about the time that Mr, Cleveland
restored the reUl Hags and Pnirchild und
Fornkcr und company raised such a
howl about it. lite president had to
take them back nnd put them nwuy in
the old garret again. The bloody shirt
was raised nil over the north, und nil the
republican papers screeched nmuing, es
tKxially those in )iston. Nevertheless
Huston gave a banquet to the watermen,
and nfter the Indies had retired the gen
tlemen were called on for secchcs and
talks and stories. Brand by Mr. Rich
ards was culled upon to say something
for Georgia, for Atlanta, or tor the south
gem-rally. He is a very modest man and
tried to excuse himself, but us they
pressed him, he said he wus not feeling
well nnd nnd n strunue dream Inst nn lit
thai troubled him, find he would be ulad
if some Joseph could be found who would
Of course they clamored for his dream,
and he said: "1 dreamed that I was dead,
and had found my way to the gate of
heaven, and there was arrested by the
guards and asked for credentials.
much contusion I examined my pockets
und found late copy of the Atlanta
Constitution. The guards were dressed
in blue iiuilbrma, anil, to my surprise,
had guns in their hands. They looked nt
my mKT und threw it aside with con
tempt, I tried ngaiu, und found the
New York Tribune, which seemed to nol
lily their displeasure, nnd thev gave me
liermission to go in and look around
;i while, nnd 1 was put in chnrgeof anoth
er soldier in blue with instructions to
show me through henvrn nnd bring inc
back in an Itonr, lor I wus a susiect.
The place was beautiful beyond Concep
tion, and I forgot myself in a delirium of
joy nnd wonder nt what I saw. livery
thing and every IkxIv wns dressed in blue.
There were thousands .ind thousand ol
them frolicking mid sporting, und 1 ob
served that the favorite gumc was foot
ball, which was played with skulls. I
supposed they were the skulls ol lost sin
ners, but my guide informed tne they
were the skulls of the rebels that were
killed in lite late war. For the first lime
1 begun to realise llint rebellion wns the
unpardonable sin, nnd that I, too, was
among the lost. Suddenly 1 heard the
booming of cannon and the terrjfic ex plo
sion of muskrtrv in the distance, and my
guide, seeing my alarm, told me it wns
only n sham buttle; that it wnsn favorite
SKirt to fight over the great battles such
as Gettysburg and l'etersburg and Vieks
burg and 1'ort Ihinnrlsoll. I inquired
whether they ever fought overthe battles
of Mnnnssns and Chicnmntign nnd Chun
ccllorsville and Gains' Mill. He replied
thut he thought not he didn't remember
any such battles. Strangely bewildered,
I turned to my guide nnd said, 'My
Iricud, tell me, is this heaven?' 'Yes,'
snid he; 'this is the 0. A. K. heaven the
heaven of the Grand Army; but St. I'eter
has a little annex over yonder. Grant is
over there and Lincoln and Lee and
Stonewall (nckson and ninny others.
Grant was in here lor a few days, but h
kept on saying, 'boys, let us have pence,'
and so we fired him out,"
Hy this time wc had returned to the
gate and 1 said to the sentries : "Is there
not another unte somewhere that 1 can
enter and see St. I'eter and Ornnt and
Lee nnd Stonewall Jackson t" "Oh, you
art for pence, too, are you ?" said they,
and with that thev gave me a kick und
such a thrust in the side that it awakened
tne and to my great Joy I found ittyscll in
the land of the living where pence maybe
sought and pardon found notwithstand
ing my rebellion. Now, my friends, please
tell me where is Joseph ?"
The newspniier men were there, of
course. Thev suw the point and joine I
in the cheering, and many crowded
around Mr. kichard und congratulated
him nnd gave three cheers tor the rebel
who was ejected from heaven in adrean1,
Every man who desires to vote nt. this
elect ion must register anew, liven if you
have registered onit voted before, you
must register again under the new elec
tion law to vole this year.
Do you wish the negro to get control
of your county and state? If not, regis
ter nod vote lor the democratic nominees.
Do vou not know that nverv neiro in
I the state will register and vote? Then
so must every white man,
Do you want soldiers with drawn ba
oncts lo meet you at the polls and dictate
to you how to vote? It not, be sure
your nume is on the registration books,
and tlo not tail to vote the straight ilcm
You can't regislcr after Oct. 2lh so
register al once. Don't say you have not
time take time your happiness dcKMids
on it ; the good name and prosperity of
your state depends on it ; honest govern
ment and white man's control depends
on it. Don't wail. Delay muv cost Ihe
detent ol the party.
For Chief rustics of the Supreme Court:
HON. A. 8. MEKK1MUN.
For AuHucistc Justice of the Supreme Court:
HON. WALTRR CLARK.
PUS St'PKHtOK COITKT JI'IKIK:
1st diatrlet Jko H. Hsiiwn, Ir .of Renutort
UU district H knit v. R. itsvAN. of Craven.
4th district Hl'IKB WlllTAKBS, of Wnke.
Sth (tin triit R. w. Winston, of lirunviile.
Oth district it. T. floVKIN, of 8iiullmon.
7th district Jam ks li. McIvks, of Klourc.
Nth district R I'. Asui'iki.ii, of Iredell,
tilth district Jno. i'.kav Uvni'u, of llurkc.
1 1th district W. A. IIokk, of Lincoln.
roic solicitor :
1st district J II. Rl.Ol'NT, of Tl
uri dlatrict . M. ttmXARn, of 1
.'Id district Jno. K. Wooriard.
in nstrict 1(. w ror. jr. ol Jolinston.
nth district It. H. Pakkku, ol AlHimince.
Uh district (I. H. Ai.i.kn, of U-noir.
7th dlstriet I'rank McNhii.i., of Richmond
Nth district IJ. I'. I.cimi, of Ireilrll
Ulh district W. W. Uamhkk, of Wilkes.
10th district W. C. NlltVLANIi. nt Cnld cll.
1 1 tit istrict 1-' I.osiiohnk. of MccktrulmrK.
l'ith district-Mi no. A. Jonhs, rf Mncon.
1st district W. t. II. iirancii. of Hi-amort.
L'd district W I. RnilKKS. ol Nmt Htniitoil.
ad distrl t It. I' Crahy, of Duplin.
Ith dlatrict II. II. Mrw. ,,f Nio.Ii.
r,lh district A. II. A. Wili.iams.oI Itrnovltlc.
llth district S. II. Ai.rxaniikr. of Mceklcn-
th district I H. HrcNnF.KSoN. nf Rownn.
tth iliatiict W . I 11. Cowlus. of Wilkes,
nth dist riet W . T CvAWfoKn. ul llavtvoud
Democratic Comity Ticket.
M L Ki.lil',
J. I'. LOWKY.
tatc Ac-ft or;
J M. CAV, l-i'blL.
l. L. KbY.NOLiiS
8uH?rior Court rlerk:
J. L.. CATHBV.
Trcit surer :
J. H. CUI KTNBY.
A. II. ST,RNh8.
L. II. .UUUAYBR.
THEY JIKKT ON THE HTl'lHP,
Crawford and liwart's Joint lie.
W. T. Crnwford and II. G. F.wart will
have joint debates ns follows, if Uwart
doesn I back out
Franklin, Tuesdnv, Oct. 21st.
Highlands, Wednrsdnv. Oct. 22d.
Hnmlitirgh, Thursday, Oct. 2:icl.
Candler, Saturday, Oct. 2."ith.
I.cietster, Mondav, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday, Oct. 2Nth.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, Oct. 2lth.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. Moth.
Weavervillc, Friday, Oct. 31st.
Ashcville, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
The Sieakiiig will licgin promptly at
Where and When Telling; Argu
ments) Have Keen or can be
lion. R. It.Olcnn: Ashcbnro, Thursday
Oct. 10; High Point, Thursday night.
Oct. 10: Mt. Airy, Saturday n'v'ht, (X't
Hon. Z. II. Vnncc: Durham, Thursday,
Oct. 10; Koxuoro, Friday . Oct. IT: Yon
cevville, Saturday, Oct. 18; Danbtiry,
I Stokes county ) Mondav, Oct. 20; Mor
gnnton, (Fair) Wednesday, Oct. 22;
Salisbury, 1 1-air) l hursduy, Oct. 23.
IjidleH Have Tried II.
A number ol ray lady customers have
tried "Mother's Friend," and would not
be without for ninny times itscost. They
recommend it to all who are to Iwconie
mothers. K. A. Payne, druggist, Green-
II.V VlUllllklll ,
Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Hy all
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sud Navy Officers will And Items sud Photo.
Iiraplia of Army and Navy News. Antiquarian,
will anjoy "HUtorio A.nerlrs." Kreryliody
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If IMITES golden speofic
Itcan be given In tsiiris), tcs, nr In articles nl Irs si,
arithoiit lh. knowlmlep ol tulllclll If npcCHMitrv !
tlout the knmvlclRP ol MUIcnl If nceCHSiiry ;
It la absolutely harnilrsasnil will ellrs-l a imtiiia
Dent and sKaeily ouro, wlii-lltcr the liallfnl la a
nioderauiilrlnkprornn slisiltolle wreck. IT NKY
laololely uarnilraa ami win eun-i a itcmis-
Dent and sKaeily ouro, wlii-lhcr the liallr-nl la s
Kit PAIIA Itiss-mleaHoiiiili'lly and with auch
crninoty him me puui'iu uimotris. i
the iiiillnnt iiiHlereisK no Inmn
vcnuncs, anil aoon ins nonipiete roiori
sfleoUKl. eS pane book iron. To be had ol
MAYSOR Ml HMITIt, DrUKglata,
Aahrvllle, N. C,
au'JA dAtwly mon wed fri
Street Car Schedule.
Beginning nt 1 a. m. Rndlng 10.00 p. m
Car leaves Square for all points on the
hour, and twenty and forty minutes there
Schedule cars connect at Square.
Train car and baggage car meet event
train, On vatlac allowed each paaerngef,
Bnggngv transferred from all points In the
elty for as cents.
THB AnllllVILLB STmBBT BY. CO,
ALMOST REACH THE SKY.
HEIGHTS OF THE MOUN
TAINS ALL ABOUT US.
LIST THAT IS WELL
A Talileof the Altitudes) of West
ern North Caroliua MouiititiiiM
That Kverybody Will Want.
Itclow will be found u list of the differ
ent mountninsnf Western North Carolina
with their scvernl altitudes, The meas
urements are from Arnold Ouyot. The
list is ns follows:
VAI.LKY OK TIIK 8WANNANOA.
Hm;. ft. above sen.
Junction of Flat Creek with Swan-
nnnoa Kiver 2.250
Joseph Stcpp's house 2, .'bin
llurnett's house 2,2.'l
Lower Mountuin house Jesse
Stcpp's floor of piazza....! 2,770
tt, I'alton's cabins end of car
riage road :i,244
Kesting Flace brook Iwhind Insl
log cabin 3,9.r
Cppcr Mountuin house 5,24b'
Ascending to Toe Kiver Gu pas
sage main branch above
IN THE ULt'li RIUCE.
Toe River Gop between 1'otttto
Ton and High Finuacle,
High Pinnacle ol Blue Kidge...
Rocky Knob's south peak
Dig Spring on Rocky Knob
Grey Itjjjtrd .'.
Craggy Pinnacle fl.fli
. llt.ACK MOCNTAIN MAIN CHAIN
Mt. Mitchell 0,582
Ml. Giblm 0,501
Stcpp's Gii the cabin 0,103
Mt. Ilallback, or Siigarloal'. 0,4(13
Black Dome, or Mitchell's high
IH'iik, or Cliitgman ol State
Home Gap 0,352
BalHitm Cone, Gtiyot of State
maps '. 0,071
llairv Hear 0,01(1
Bear' Gap 0.23
Black Brother iSaadoz of Stale
ittapsl-, Ii.01 1
Cattail Peak 0,012
Rockv Tn3 Gap 0.3S3
Hear Ml. '.ortli Point 0,238
Long Ridge South Point 0,209
Middle Point 6.258
.North Point 0.2S
j Uuwa.n' Pyramid North Luii C'JiJ
, NuaVaWTbaN CHAIN.
i Blncxstoc!;'-) Knob 6 3S0
. ciu' K ! .-.!',.
Green Ponds at Tom Wilson's
highest house 3,222
Tom Wilson's new house 3.1 10
Wheeler's opposite Big Ivy (lap.. 2,92
Cattail Fork junction with Co
ney River 2,87.'!
Sandofor Gap, or Low Gai sum
mit of road 3,170
Burnsville Court-house Kliare... 2,8H
Green Mountain near Iliiiusville,
highest point; ,30
r,KOtl OF TIIK KOAN MlM NTAIN.
Summit of the road from Burns
ville to Toe river 3,13b
Toe Rivir rord on Hie road Irom
Burnsville to Roan Mountain. 2.131
Daily s larm 2,379
lliigg s house, toot or the Roan
Mountain valley ol Little
kock crecR J.t.n
Yellow StHit, above Brigg's 5,15x
Little Yellow Mount highest 5,190
The Cold Spring summit of Roan 0,132
brassy Kulgc Hall northeast con
tinuation ol Koan .Mountain.. 0,23n
Konn High lllult 0.291
Ronn High Knob 0.3O0
HKOM IIIKSSVII.LK TO OMAMifATIIKK
South Toe River Ford 2.532
Toe River Ford, near Antrev's 2,57
North Toe River Ford, below
Blue Ridge head of Brushy creek. 3 25
Lin villc River Ford, Mow head of
Brushy creek 3.297
Liuville River, at Pierce's 3,007
Headwaters ol Liuville and Wa
tauga River, fool of Grand
father Mountain .100
Grandfather Mountain summit 5,897
Watauga river nt Shull's mill
Tnvlorsvillc. Tennessee 2,395
hitctops, Virginia 5,530
FROM lURXSVll.t.K TO TIIK HA I.I" Mill X-
TAIN OIISIiR VATIONS MAIUi IIY PRO
FF.SHOR W, C. KKKK, OF DAVIDSON
COI.I.HOK COMIM'TKH IIY JIH.
Sampson's Gap .130
i-.gvpt cove at I'rolhl s 3,320
Wolf Ciinip Gn .359
lluld Mountuin suintuit 5,550
VAI.I.KV OP TIIK lllll IVI'.V CRKKK.
Dillingham's house Ik-Iow Yeate's
Knob, or llig Butte J..1O8
lunction of the lliree lin ks 2.270
Solomon Cnrtrr'a house 2.215
Stocksvillc lit Black Stock's 2.216
Mouth of trey River, bv railroad
I'KOll ASIIKVII.I.K TO MIU'NT FISUAH.
hcvilte Court house 2,250
Sulphur Springs the spring 2,02
ft.....:.... i- . , c.i ,, ,, p ,,,
loiriiir curl- lit cioiouioii imvh's . o
.iillv West Pisg ih.,
Hill I'U'.KON VAI.I.KV.
'orks of Pigeon, at Colonel Cath
Hast fork of Pigeon, at Captain T.
Lenoir s J.H.i.i
Wnynesville court house 3,756
Sulphur Spring, Richlauil valley
al nines K. it. Love s 2,071
Mr. Hill's farm on Crab Tree
Crab Tree creek Itclow Hill's 2.52
Cold Miiiinlain 6.030
CHAIN OF TIIK KICIII. AMI IIAI.SAM,
Richland, between Richland creek
and the west lork nt Ptgron
creek ami ul li Medford's 2,038
Mvdlord's farm, foot of Lick
stou's mountain 3,000
Lickslon mouiilaiti 5,707
l)i en Pigeon Gap .007
Cold Spring mountain 5,915
Double Spring mountain 0,380
Richland Bnlsniti or Cnncy Fork
Balsam Divide 0.25
Chimney Top 0.23
Spruce Ridge Top 0,070
Lone Balsam 5.898
Old Bald 0,780
CHAIN OF WliSTHNI'.R'S I1A1.1).
Wcstener Bald north peak 5.1
0KKAT MIDI.I.K CHAIN OF PA I.SAM MOI'N
TAINS IIHTWltllN SCOTT'S CRKKK
AND LOW CKKF.K.
Unos Plott's farm north foot of
Old Field Mountain 5,10(1
Huckleberry Knot 0,484
linns Plott's Bnlsnm first Unl
sam, north end 0,097
tones' Bnlsnm north point 0,223
South end 0,055
Ruck Stand Knob 6,000
"Castorla is so well adapted tochlldren that
I mcommend it as superior to any proscription
known to me." H. A. Ascrkr, M. D.,
Ul Ba Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Brother Plott 6,22
Amos 1'lott's Unlsam, or Great
White Rock Ridge
VALLEY OF SCOTT'S CHUliK.
Road Gun. head of Scott's creek...
John Brown's farm
Hrvson s fnrm
lofiti Love's farm...
Webster Court House
VAI.I.KV OF TI CKASIiHlllili AM) TKII
Tuckaseege river mill, below Web
ster, near the road to Oualla-
.1 unction ol Savannah creek 2,001
Junction ol Scott's creek 1,077
Otmllatown Main Store 1,079
Soco river, ford to Oconnluflec 1,990
Soco Gar road stimniil 4,31
Amos Plott's farm on Pigeon 3,08
Oconnlul'tee river, junction Brad
ley lork 2,203
Robert Collins' highest house 2.500
Junction of Raven's mid Straight
Junction ol Bunch's creek 2,379
CHAIN OF Till-: IlKliAT SMOKY TKH'NTAIN
I'RIIM NIIRTIIKAST TO SOI'THWKKT
FROM Till! IIOI ND OF IIAVWOIIII
CIU STV Tfl TIIK li.M' OF LIT
1 he Pillar, head of Straight fork
ol leotialultre rivel 0.255
Thernioiiieter Knob 6,157 J
Raven's Knob fl.230
Tricoruer Knob 0,1 SS
Ml Gtiyot, j u.imc-U by Mr Duck-
lev ii, cc.iVtiVtw, 0,i'.3i
Mt. Yltfiir- 0 -CS
Mt. Ale.:, ,.. r ii,u;
I he True llrolher, highest or ecu-
Thunder Knob 5,082
Laurel I'e ik 5.922
ReiuhuriH Gn 5.220
Top of Richland Ridge 5,192
Indian Gap 5,317
Peek's Peak 0 232
Righthand or New Cup 5.U90
Ml. Mingns 5,091
OHOrPOF lll'I.I.IIKAII, TI;..K:SKK.
Central Peak, or Mt. Lceoinplc 0.012
(Vest Peak, or Mt. Curtis 0,508
North Peak, or Ml. Stull'.ird 0.535
Cross Knob.. A 5.921
Master Knob 0 oiH
Tomahawk Cap 5..VI
Main Cave .971
Alum Cave creek, junction with
Little Pigeon River 3,88
OHI-AT SMOKY MOI'.NTAIN MAIN CHAIN.
Big Stone Mountain
Big Cherrv Gap
Forney Ridge Peak
I tirkey Knob
The Great Uald's central itrak....
Tennessee River nt Hardin's
Hilt House Mt., summit road to
f Mt., suiitiiiit road to i
rale Springs 2. 52
Springs, Tennessee l,29'l
WVn Tinhf wn nick, w gnwt hor roitioriA.
Wh. n mIh km a Clilltl, alio crieil fur Outturla.
WIm'ii nhi brH'Attit MiM, nli clunf Ut ('ttntitrlA
Whvn bad CUildrva, uUv tfttvtj ilvem Cuturl
TO AM. POINTH.
HnMninil tk-ki-tn tttmulit, null In ml cxtlmnurt),
Ml trnnmicttoiitt uniintntctMl,
AivliU ittnl liiKurntm.
C. I". 1MY,
f 1f tf iitl t? Hwiinimnuii IhitH,
Mttiiurlifin rt'-Mrntv. one nttlrfrnin Hly
Mrrrtinuii nwit'M ril, ftiinlitnirlv nml
fimpU'tt lv fiirninlinl nnd riiMUN'd ; ('tiiMiir
vk'w; vMtrnlvr Brmin!; two Irruli r v
i'o,fi; whiter tfiirli-n: hnriMi imtl vltltU If
dclrrd. I'trnma-ion ulvrii Int ul Nnvctnltcr
1 1 w tier occupvtnjf In nuimit' r nvv wmt'il
tit n It r Hrinntirnt nrniniti'tiitiil with purl
dtIHttu (t n Inter iri(lt iuT Aillnf
ariitl.dll' I II, LUCK lluNftiVJ,
IC. COI I IN,
Real ICntatc Amenta
AVti ,(AV HKOKHU,
3 NORTH MAIN ST., (MORGAN'S BOOKSTORE)
Money Innnrd mid will rt-un-d at prrwiit.
Kcnl Hntiitc IwuiKht nnd nld nt fMditlc nnd
Rrlvntr niiIiv Krnifi collected. I eond'telcd n
en I I'Htntrnnd Atietlon lniine tn ihnrl.i.
tuti, H Ci trn vrnrn. nnd w ill kIvp prnnuit
nt tent Inn to nil b unlit tun put lit my tlwirKO.
Rdilnr Aahrvllle Cltlicn:
That our many (rlrmla may know hnw wi
are getting on we will state that we took In
in Hotel ano Store
9,ooo III "lw Weeks.
Took In laat Saturday over 7nn. $7A ol
that wns hotel, balance store, Hotel regis
tered 3d thst day. Had 8,000 arrivals In
S tnnntha, Our at ck Is mammoth afiO feet
long and IB feet wld. Tell the balance of
the world to come and see "Old Ched" smile,
and buy goods of as and save 10 to us per
ootid duf B, CUBDBSTBB At BON.
Castnrla eurra Colic, Constipation,
Hour blouiueli, lllurrlinu. briicuttion,
Kills Worms, gives sk-up, and uroniotes ill.
WliLuut iujurious mcillcatloo.
Ths Csntads Cospint, 77 JluiTay Street, N. Y.
The reason RADAM'S
MICKOliU KILLBR If
t he most wonderful med
icine, is because it hoe
never fnilcrl in anv in
stance, no matter what
the litscusc, from LF.P
KoSY to the almiih-.i
disease known tothchu
The aeientiflc men of
to-iloy claim and
Iirove thnt every ili
Caused lay Microbe),
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER-
Bxterminntcs the Microliea nnd drives them
out of the system, unit when thut is done
yon eiitinot hnve lit) uchc or pnin. No mut
ter whnt the ilisciiac, whether a simple cose
ol Mnlntiu Ft ver or n cunthimitinn of dis
cuses, we cure them nil nt the some time, as
wc treat ull discuses constilutio ully.
Asthmn, C'ui;shi;V.ii. L'utiinh, Itrmi
eliitin, Rlivumniism, Kitlucy unit Liver
Hiseitst: Chills timl 'ertr, Female
Triml.h-s, in nil its oniis, ami. in Inct,
ertrv IHmisr kmnvn to the llimmn
FEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
vj Thut t.v.T ri.irte-M:,rlc i-rr.e a. 4&OVO
MC-r-I.V- ,r. C.S IC.
iuu for hooU -History ol tttc ,iicrui,.
Killer." given nwuy liy
J. . tJRANT, I'll. ...
Sole AkciiI. Ashcville, N. C.
novl 7 ill v til in uil
One llmirilinu Hi.tis,-. I".1 rooms, furnislied
on Chestnut alreel. near Ktrtxl cur, $loo.
title s room houvi ou Hill strivt, hot nnd
cold water. Iiatll ri , til,, seweruiic, etc . Stan.
line ll room hnu'e.
liavtilson strict, nciir
Cullige sireet. XJ'J.
fine 1 1 room house.
, ndli from siiinre,
Kluulc rooms to let, fimiilicil nnd iinfurn.
I wnnt several houses nt once in ivntrul
lioi'lioii of city, also rooms for young men.
If you have uiivthfnu to mil nnd wnnt a
tciiuut nt or.ee lil P with me. I mnkc n sic
ein'ty nf rcntitn: nnd colltvtlng rents.
C. F. RAY,
Kcnl I-Xatc Aecnt.
ff,. flnuelaa HhaM mra
WnrrnnlrJ nn.i ..1.
Uam ilisUHiur and prl, e alumprd .a botloui.
X1) r f
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN
Pin en If m4 l.reJ Waterproof Mrata
ThO rirrllpniti ilf1 wrHHltaT niialirlMnt thla mtinm
rtiDn Im iM-tti r Uwn ilmnltv tlir ninm MAtjWn
Ui.uUoT it thmiMiiiU f euu-Uul wph'ri.
SK.O0 (-fnnlti Ilnni1-ri1, n clnrpint Mid
iif suliaii (irt'SM mhn- Mliuii conimcii.H liwir.
9A00 llNiid-Mrwrtl Vrll. A fine call btu
w uiiih nu, list f.ir t p nmt durniiillty.
4J0 (siiftilvpiir WvU I" tit MauUard tfmt
w hh, i a imtniiiir prlit.
. SO. SO hillrrmiin'i rhof I fwlall dapl4
I w for railriail itn'ti. furtinT, t-it.
All ma-lf m tViiitfivia, Hui inn and Lara.
$3 & $2 SHOES ld.Ss,
nil thr mi'tit liniirtivrjiiniii make Utra WMrlur
, to any tnM' ill al Uhw nrinn.
i a iii your iN-ntfr, Mini if hi roiinot minplf too trad
I dl T.'t In ruftnry on hrtiuf alvrtiad prtua, or a
1 imi(1 fur nr.lir tilnuka.
. Am UiHUi.AU, Bracktaa. Maaa.
TO WEAK LIEN
Buffering from the eftseia of youthful nrmrs, earlf
decay, wasllne weak tti-aa, lital tnanliiMsl, etc., I IU
antid a valuable Iraatlsn far-alnti eitilal,ilng full
tstrtlenlara for home cum, F R E S of cliarr A
splamllil medical work l ehoiililt.,, read hy wverj
Bua ho Is Derrona and del,ltalrd, Addraaa,
Prof. F, C. t'OWUKU. Iloodus, Co no.
m:vi:u iii:hii oriu:i-ouic
O Y S T IC U S
AT - BALTIMORE - PRICES I
BTANIIAHUS). :illCTSl. I'HR UT.
l acillenl air Htcwiiig, civ,
Mltl.KCTa IICTH PUKOT.
Very Fine for Hlcn Inu, Frying, etc.
Mold from house to house Ihrouuh entlrr
city. Hhlomcuis received dully atuck al
lirdrrslef' at No. T leffcrson Drive, or sent
throiiuli the if nil will be d llvcreri iiromptly
to any part of the city. Address ord re by
mnll to (1, M. M1I.I.KH,
o, Uil I m Una 47, City.
FAMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
Agent for Beema Creek Woolea Mills.
North Main Asbcvillt, N. C.
Large Hand Bills;
Then send your order to
No. 0 X. Court Square,
Asheville, X. C.
Frotr a Xewspnper to a Vis
iting Card can be execu
ted in a workMianlike
PRICES A3 LOW
As First-Class work can
Ask any of the thousands
of their patrons in Ashcville
and Western Xorth Carolina
iih to their manner of doing
busineds. They are
In North Carolina.