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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 1G, 1890.
A troublesome skin disease
I caused ma to scratch for ten
'monthi. and hat been cured by
tow dan use of 8. 8. 8.
M. H. Wolff,
Upper Marlboro, Ski.
I was cured several Team ago of
white swelling In my leg by the uso of
B. 8. 8., and have had no symptoms of
any return of the disease. Many prom
inent physicians attended me and all
failed, but 8. 8. 8. did the work.
Paul W. Kirkpatrick,
Johnson City, Ten.
Treat lac on Blood Skin Dlseaaol
Bwirr Specific Co.,
A. II. COBB,
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL
A. S. GRAHAM,
nmoe over J. II. I.nw'a Hturc, South Main
With una tine.
I'lllinK with atlvrr or iiiniilKiiiii....rilH. lo7rte.
" " uolil Sl.oo and upward.
Set of teeth 'l 0.
Beat act of teeth H.OO.
No better made, no matter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice In the loth and lath Judicial
llli.tri.-l.nf North lamlinn nnd in the Su
preme Court and the Hederal Court of the
Weatern IMalrict ol North Carolina.
Thro. H. U.viiumin, Tuoa. A. Jonxs,
Kaleluh. Ja. i. Matim, A.teville.
JJAVIHHON, MARTIN (kJONUH,
Altorneya and Counacllora at Law,
AMhfvlllr N C
Will iirat'tiee In the 1 1th nnd tilth Judicial
ii...ri.-t,. Mil In the Hunn-me Court of North
Carolina, nnd In the Federal Court, of the
Weatern lliatrict of North Carolina.
Refer to Bank of Aahcvlllc. dtael
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, epeclncatlone and eatittintca fur
nianru, rtii wi.rw in my
ami no ehariira for drawing, on eonlracta
Office: No. fl Hendry lllo.lt. North Court
1. ...... A .h-wllli. M 1 CelllUdlV
J. "W. ROLLINU8,
I will practice In the dty and surroundlnu
Office at W. P. IHnnlon Hi Cu.'a alnlilc, 70
Mouth Main atrect. prl
H. II. HKKVKS, U.D.a. II. K. BUITII, II. I.8
Dr.. Reeve A Hmitb.
In Connnlly IlirlldliiK. over Redwood'. Hlore,
Teeth eatractrtl without pnin. wlthlheuew
anir.thclic, and all caeca oi irrcaiuuiniv
. RAMHAV, I). U.S.
J office i
In Barnard Hull.llnir Bntrnnci-a. Pattoa
Avenue and Mam turret.
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
p. o. Box r.
NBW HOUHBI nbwlv FUKNIHIIIIU
ALL MODIIRN IMPROVUMBNTtt.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 311 Haywood Street,
THB LARGBST AND HBHT BUl'IPPBD IN
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIta
II. C. Woltcreck & Co.
CONMILTINII CHKHiaT ASD HININO SSOISKSBS.
Analyaea of Metal., rra. Cool or Coke, Mia-
erai water., rnmi"H.
l'HICH LlttT ON APPLICATION.
Mlnln property Invcatliiated, devcloied,
bought ana .old.
Ham plea ean be ami by mall or eiprcaa. II
. . . -. .... i. mi.m It nrenaltl.
A Kent, wanted la .very lilac..
DR. II 0. WOLTCRIICK,
am m mi.
LESSENS PMi.Zta TO LIFE t.
SSLM MYALL LVfUSi
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
Burns In my Lamp without danger of
Exploding or (akin fire. that yon
gei ino genuine. r or aaio ny
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
AHIIBVILLB, N. C.
EVARTS 03 SILVER.
The New York Senator Condemn?
THE AQBIOULTTJEAL BILL PASSED.
numor That William "Walter
Phelpa Will Return from Oermany
and Rnn rhr Congress The Presl.
dent's Family Preparing to CJo to
Cape May The llankruptt-y mil.
Wakhinoton, June U. After vurious
nnimportnut bnslneas was dispatched
Mr. Evarts sildressed the senate on the
silver bill. After a philosophical review
of the history of tip precious metals,
Mr. EvarU brought the matter down to
1878, at which time, he said, the two
metals were, and had been aince lHOil,
on a parity. It was no law of trade or
of nature that .broke up that parity. It
wu "hu wit ami the wisdom of man.
The two metals had lieen throughout the
world's hiatory fountl tleu togetner,
their relative value being fixed by a
compariaon of the labor needed to bring
them into existence. Bixteen days of
labor, for instance, were neceBsiiry to
produce as much gold as one duy's labor
could produce of silver.
tint Hometlllllir naumneu in iota.
Silver was then worth in the market 59
pence, which was par witti gold, in
1878 it had gone down to So pence, in
ltlHI to .IV pence, ami in innn, wnu ine
bottom was reached, to 43 pence.
The Folly of Man.
Wliut Htnnendous event in nature,
he aaked, had produced that sudden
chnniro: what freak had produced that
disorder? Nothing whatever but the
folly of men. Kot Riihanert witn the
wiatlom and exiaTience of the world
they had made the exja-riinfiit of de
monetizing silver, lit) characterised
the act of 187a ae a "murderous tliruat
at silver, and auid that every blow under
which surer bad shrunk- ami cowered
was a blow of positive law.
And yet the argument was made now
that the effort to rearrange by law the
rutee of gold and silver was like trying
to utit one nhrsical body iu the suace ih'-
cnpietl bv another. The people of the
tUlinj OKI-., IIUIIUXU tltv-m. (l.ltliw. inr-i
reDresentativea in the two houacs of
congreaa and in their election of the ex
ecutive, liail. Ml 11 Ul OIIIIII'JU, uririutuintl
that thev would not allow the disgrace
and dimmer to t-xintinue, either in re
gard to their domestic money or their
ninnev in relation to commerce.
ili win. anceanu Jiorgitn awtxe m
favor of free coinage.
In the Hottae.
The house reiected the conference re
port on the anti-trust bill, llo to 14.
Mr. Ilitt. of Illinois, from the commit
tee on foreign affairs, reported buck the
Lodge nwolutlon calling on the secretary
or the treaaiirv lor miormation as to tne
refuaul of the C'nnard Hteainship com-
pany to give a return iaaauge to certain
llliintraiua orougiit to una ttiuiitrr in
viointiou ot llie coiurm.-. inooi mw
Mr. Morrow, of I'allfornia, presented
the conl'ereuce reKrt on the pension ap-
Sropriation bill. The report, which is a
iaitgreeing one. was adopted and fur
ther conlerence was ordered.
On motion of Mr. Fmistoii. of Kansas,
the hotiae tlien went into committee of
the whole (Mr. Payaon, of Illinois, in
the chain for the couaitleratton 01 the
nirrii ultural antironriation bill. Mr.
Fnnatim itiade a briel explitnation of the
details of the mil saving liiai ine coin-
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11111 HI" i ll.lil n inioiii t ill urn .1 -t-i i
atep. iuioiit further geuernl delinte
the mil was reau uy act-lions ror aitifiiu
Mr. andever. of nllfornia, offereil
an admenduient appropriating $10,IHIO
to enable the department of agriculture
to continue the study and development
of the wild nntive silk work ot Lalilor
The rnmmittee men rose and me uiu
Will Phelps foiiie Home?
W.tsinstiTiis. June 14. The New
Jersev men here have a story tlutt Will-
lam Walter I'liclm has been asked m-
the Kepulilican lesilera to resign his
position as luiiiiatar to Uisrmany aud
come home nnd run for congress in tlie
Patteraon district this fall. The gossips
say that Mrs. Phelps haa grown tared kf
the stiff formalities of the Omuai
court and that his heart is again yearn
inir for the hubbub of American poli
tics. Although Mr. Beckwith, the snc-.
censor of Pheliw. had a majority of t.UUU
at the election in IHMA, there is said to
lie some doubt over the reliability of the
The Bankruptcy Bill.
Washington. June 14. ttoeaker Beed
promiaed the representatives of the na
tional lamkmutcv convention tnar aasv
ahonld he o-iven to the Torrey Imiik-
ruiitcy bill in the house next week, prob
ably Tuesday or Wednesday, ine inoi
eationa. fmiii letters which have Doured
into Waahlimton from various part of
the country, are that a very active can
vass hits la-en made everywhere in favor
of the bill; ami, although its Irieails are
ootiHilent of success, titer bare not ni
min a bed their actintr in working rin
members stiaia-cted of weakness on lUe
t'.vad Ina the Knnmeratora.
ur w,...u .liini, I J Kiiiiarin.
-..... 1m'1ji. VMiwivaii itiformatitm
from the census supervisor in the dis
trict where Asheville, N. C, is lucateil
UU iiuiiiiL tliMPM ur availinir tha
enumerators hy informing t Item, through
servants, wuen tney van at nouana, inni.
mere is no one wno can Hlvn mem mu
l.r..n.....l.. Mr Pi.rtitfl Viuh writfjot to
Senator Vance ami Representiitlve Ewart
asking lliem to nse tueir minienor wnn
the people 01 Asnnviiie so tost ine crn
us work will not be interfered with.
flan Mav'a Ipealtlenllal Oue.la.
WahhiniitoN, June 14. The ladies of
the president's household will leave
Washington next tuesoay m ior
.....i .uu..u.Imh nt tliir im iNittatra at
HUH uwiw. wi.w., ... -.- - .
Cape May ami will remain there during
ti.. u.aln.luv nt h Htiiniiiar. The
i.i., ill Iml.lv rollnur them tlta
suoceetling Hatnrclay, and will make
them weekly Visits tnereaiter uiiiu me
adjourumeiK oi congress, wnru un wiu
taka nn hia nernianent residence attlatie
A Pulillo Hnllrtlnu- Veto,
Washinotoji, June 14. The president
. I .1.. t...u. wvithfiul hia aiw
proval a mil appropriating "."" " "
... i .i .... rum ... ..
puDiio omitting at i usuoiuuni, a.
on .f the Old Roman.
Young Mr. Thumian is gray haired,
and haa but one arm. He lout the other
in an aooident manr rears ago. He la
nrnminent attorney at Columbus, O
and Is said to lie making money out of
the new natural sua fields that have lieun
discovered near there. Cor. Now Orleans
A Um Fl.h la a iraall Pond
Bor. Dr. Primrose Are you not
ashamed to be In a elans with boys so
much smaller man yourseirr
Little Johnnie -Not much, I ain't. 1
ean lick every mother's son of them.
At nrooklyn- a. a. a.
v...u anal n anl caa.
BrooVlyn...." 0 114 14 10 x-Ull 1
Halturlaat Kusl ami Buckler! Iiov.tt sad
Bu.boni. Uuirlre.i M( guuid and Pow.rs.
Ai Cincinnati- R. H. a.
iiifilmiatl S fl 0 0 II 0 1-8 I
Ol.v.lnnd 0 0 G 0 0 0 0- 0 I 4
Hulti'rUw ll-aiinand .IminiTi Hblnesana
Harrlnston. t'lnpirui McDermult.
At t lil. a :n n. n. a.
hlrnii" till lilt t-it 14 1
Plttaliurtr tonOi 0000 848
Unto.',' II itch ilwm and KlUrldg.l
Sclmildt a -i I I ckor. 1'iuplr.i Lyiicb.
lutin at It' "Hi, ii.
1'ln) era' League.
At llnmklvn- H. H. a.
New Vnrli.... II I 1 II II 0 J x T 10 4
Hattoric.: Van liultrun and Klimluw: CranS
and ilrown. I'mpirea: JoncA aim Kuiulit,
At t'loveliiinl - a. a. a.
lavniiind..... a 1 1 0 II 0 1 0 u it i
Chlcaiiu S 0 4 I II I I M II 8
llHtii-rliw O'llr.en and dun lin.' anu eiiyden
Harmaw nnd Furrall and Hnldwiii. I iiiplraai
I'eruuiMiu ami llulliurt.
Kain at HimIiiii and Murrain,
At l.lllvillil- H. H. a.
lAiilsrille,. 0 II 0 0 0 U II 0 II I - I 8
Toledo II 0 0 II 0 0 0 II II U - U S 8
llattitrlrx: Hen ey nn I Walt'U: Hlriiltiin ami
Kyan. 1'iupirc: Eui.lie.
At HI. l.i.llU- It. II. a.
Hi. UiiiIh II 0 0 0 1 0 1 0- 10 b
ealninliiw... ;l V I I ! 0 I i x 18 8
liaiterlea: I' i iiaUurlulii ami Miiuyuui i.aa-
ton and O'l 'iinmir. I'mpiri.: Hiiriiuiu.
Italn at Itoi I ohii t and linnuiyn.
At Wllniinutiin- Wilmiiisinn, il; Newark, 8.
Hain at Jerncy City, Ilnrtturil and Waah-
rtiif nun nee.
I'layern' - llronklyn, ail; Cleveland, DUO.
Niilioiial - Brooklyn, uil: t iiicliiunll, 1,011;
t'liicauo, 1.047. 'I'nial, :l.ae.
The NewTonntlliiiid IInhii.
Halifax. N. S June 14, A London
cable diapatch lo New Vnrk papers an
nouncing that the Britiah w.irshipa
liiiailiak nil' I rliiliy hud Ix'cn ordered to
llnlifnx, w is shown to Atliniral WalHon
by your corresiMiiiilt'iit, He s-iys tho
dispitch is wliiiily iiutrutliliil; that
there are more ships on this atatioii now
than neceKHiiry. No aliiis nru under
orders lor -Sewt'oiiinllnuil, and it will be
some time licfoii' miy of the shiiis ut
lit-cHfiit in lialilux liarlair will be
ordered there. A.lmirul Watson said
that in Ins opinion tho lSewfimiiillunil
difficulty would lat settliil by arbitra
tion, ail' I I lint there would be no serious
trouble over the affair. He thought the
French were simply exerting their rights
in those waters. '1 lie whole ntfair, lie
said, hail la-en greatly exaggerated or
false reports sent uiiroaii,
Pennsylvania Veteran In Virginia.
M am 1IKTKK, a.. limc 14. HuiiHtou
oust, tiiaud Annv of the Itcimhlicfioin
ChnuiL-rslitirg, l'a., aci-oiiiuiiiiml by 4(H)
citixena.uiiiiiiig wlioift were many ladles,
arrived here. Muvor William M. At
kinson received tlieiu anil exteudud the
lni:iitiilitii- of tho citv. Ilcv. lciiu-
riug, of Clinmla-rslmrg, ri-poniletl on
la-half of the vixitora. The liriuciiul
streets lire ilccorati-d with I'liiteil Slates
flan, ill honor of the vixitora. 1 he .Nu-
tiiiual and rito iewuU eemeterli'H, laittle
liclila. n'liiiiina of lorts ami entrench
incuts of the late war, Fort London,
WaaliuiyTtous wall, of revolutionary
fame, and many other historic places
were visited by the cxcuranmists.
Priests and the. Public St liiMila.
PiTTSRfliii. June 14, At thia wwk's
conference of the prieata of the rittS'
burg diia-eae tlu-re was a free inter'
chanse of views on the granting of ab
solution to uirenta who aeml their chil
dren to tlie pnlilic schools. It was tiually
iIih'IiIimI t lint nolliilci'oiuii ne uiiue. At
the council of Unltiiiiore it was uecnitHi
not to grant nl hi. lotion in thean ciuasi,
but a sreut inauv luiMlors nave la-en gov'
eruetl by eiiv iniatiiiit "s. Theaiilaiint
ment 01 a iNMtr l nn- ine purpose oi vx
iiiiiiniug all luniH who laH-ome teachers
iu tnins'liinl ac'iiaila w.ia only tliacusH-d
in an liiloriuai way.
Archer Inveallgnlloil t'loaed.
Bai.tiiiokk. June 14. The i-ouiiniltt-w
of the Maryland lcgiidaturo appointed
J k--..... 'l'........ A..l...H'a
to invt-aiiuiiie .-tutu- ii-Miiivt iii.ii.-i m
defalcation completed ita lalara. The
total defalcation is $IHJ,4IH.i the ills-
lajailion of all of which, exocpt 10,ihsJ
in lamds has Imh-ii accniiuted for. No
evidence was secured that Mr. Archer
had gaiulileil. The committee any the
f umls were ua-il by liuu to pay on a-r
sonal inilcbtetliiess iliciirn-d by him a
far Ixick s the time he waa n-preaetita-
tive of the Second district In Coiigieas.
Why Ihe Hoy Ttuih Polaon.
Et.i7.AiiKTil. N. .In ne II, Frank
Kit-miner, iitfiil III real's, baik a dose of
poison, because, as lie aaya, hia father,
Jtweph Klemmer. s alua-maker, living ut
No. l'.tl Bnt Urmiil street, la-at ami
almscd him so much that he was tired of
Mayor aud Alderman Inilli'letl,
Ai.aiwv .Time 14. Mnvnr llolirvf Ireu-MT
and Aiderman Thoinns ilannon, of Hud
son, have liv-cn indicted for violating the
luw retuiring ixilicc oinclals to awntr
that they an- not eng.igini in ine manu
facture of liipior.
N'mtiliiaieil lor Hulireliie 4'ourl Jmla-e
8t. Jiiskpii. Mo June 14. In the
Demta-ralic turn veiil lou Judge lhoimui
A. trautl. ot liemy coiiiiiv. waa iiiiiiu
njitiMl on tin. Hi.veiiua.iitit ballot for su
preme Colin Jtuige.
Tlio Went her.
Rain; cooler; vinlnlile winds,
nto;i-:tm if mows.
Th revenue cutter t'urwln silled from Han
rranrlMU fur Ifchrlns an, where .lie will
Join Hi. A erlc.iii fleet la intt'i'tlng III.
America, sail and Mtiumn ii.ti.nea.
All lli.irlkln tinl mill -r In the I'rorl i,
III-., dlalrli'i, nlniiit .ii men, reMiiiird work,
.MIa.Mur Julia, nl Jn, and laM .nrrlvur
uf tha Minn k trlli. at Inillan, died it Wrb
Th. Ilnal rxerrlMi. In r icrtlun alth tba
llilleln aiinlvunai)' ol AudiirerTliriiloa'Ical
aeiulunry linik daei. The urauuatlitii riaai
number, twi nly-.lx.
Th. Maine Keimliliiaii runveiitlua renuml
n.Uid (loreriinr Hnrieliili by acciaiu iiiuu.
Charlaa II. Drmi.'ll. munnulng editor uf Tli.
I'lilcnao lilnlat tiled mi lileulv. lie 'i burn
In Nova Scot lit n IS .4, and U.ts been cou.
nertrd allh many nsnaiiaiMtrs
The Hrren Hill Preabylerlan rhnirh. ef
Plillailelllila. 'tlilrli liiallitalneu iiif larieai
iihiiieu Hniiili.v mIiikiI I'l tli. city, baa de-
elded In live no llieiVMr.i of lea. liliiK ike.a
people af er.lioy I, ln'i au-e the at irle. aiaiut
leprosy In the lilniie nu irler r it ) iuh.
Il.lir l have inn le the yonnu lady leielieo.
uliyof mining ,1 t'lililiiel Willi Ine .Unlit
Andrea II. Ilalnl ili-dllii'd In aiHilllllli
of aliiinif r at Itrnokl) n, S. V,
Several Kinds nf Mother..
The mother represented the family
utvoroiirtiie; the father wilSHelilolil seen.
and ho cimntel for 'little or nothing
ainons the ntiNile Isiys. Jt was tho
...nil,,,. u'li coiil I aav tvbi iiier a Ihiv
might go Itshing or In Mviniinlng. nnd
she was held a gisal liioiner or not nc
cording as she Imliilniilly said yes or no
Tlinen u-na no other stiimlal'il of uoodlUKi
for mollicrs In Ihe laiy's world, mid
could la mine; nnd n had mol'iei' might
lie oiitwittcil bv any device that tho
,.ti...w lu.t.a I'oiiid atofircitt to Iter laiv,
Huch ii la'iy was always willing to listen
nwilnii. mid no Ihiv tMik it
hard If the other fellows made fun when
At Last Open to te iTblic.
ASHEVILLE S GRAND SALE.
Sixty-Six Beautiful Residence Lots, Wednesday, June 25th, 1890,
All tliiH cli'U'iiiit irt)i'i t.y in Wt'Kt, Mud, City of AhIiovHIo, iwrcpt l.lio Mngiiifii'cnt UfHitlciut's of C. K. (iriilmin, 1. A.
)()iiiciiH (to cost 2(,00() now Iniildinir) mill oIIicik, coinniaiidini;' n imind view of tho Fiont li Hroiul KiviT and Vallt-y,
the mountains ami intervening coiinti-v. In front of Battery l'ark and directly between the new hotel sites.
ItlOAD THIS. Asheville's poimlatitin in 1HS0 was (()0; it is now l.",,000 antl will reach 2.",()0() in the next two
years. John II. liiniaii ami his associates have purchased 200 acres of Asheville's best property nnd tint work of loca
tion and erection of his f ."00,000.00 hotel is lieinjj; prosecuted as rapidly as the engineers can do the surveying. The
Asheville Loan, Construction and Improvement Company with a paid up capital of $.'100,000.00 are prosecuting their
work of building artificial lakes, race courses, hotel and numerous other improvements as rapidly as the labor of niiin
can be pushed. The Vanderbilt palace and grounds, costing f (5,000,000.00, it is not necessary to describe. Over
11,000,000.00 worth of Ileal Estate has changed hands wince March 1, 'DO. Land values have doubled, trebled and
quadrupled in the last three years ami the advance has hardly yet begun. .
1 . . ....... .it . ,t .. .. e . i . i. 1 ..I 1..
I'rospect I'ai'K sues emoraee ine Key io ine summon lor proximity, scenery, pnci aim mumh:.
Everybody is coining to Asheville. Secure a lot while you can. Do not fail to take advantage of it.
TERMS : ONE FIFTH CASH.
Balance in six, twelve, eighteen months ami two years with interest at eight iter cent., payable semi-annually.
Take the 1 'at ton Avenue street car which carries you to the grounds.
For plat or anv other information apply to or call on V. L Me Bee, C. E. (SrnliAin, Thos. E. Brown, B. 1. ! osier, t.
II. Speights, T. C. McNeely or
GVVYN & WEST, Real Estate Agents,
AT THEIR OFFICE, COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
E. B. DAVIS & CO., Auctioneers.
their plan got Uliu into trouble at homo.
If a boy came out after some such ex
perience with his face wet, and his eyes
red, and bis lips swollen, or course you
had to laugh; ho extiecb-d It, and you
expected him to atone you for laughing.
When a boy's mother bad cominny.
ho went and hid till the guests wore,
gone, or only enrae out of roucenlmcut
to get aoiuo sort or sny lutu n. 11 tue
other fellows' mothers wero there, ho
might 1k a littlo bolder, and bring out
cake from the second table. Hut ho Inul
to be pretty careful how ho conformed
to any of the usngea of grown npwa-iety.
A fellow who brushed his hnir, and put
on shoes, and camo Into tho pnrlor when
there was coiniMiny, waa not well wen
among tho fellows; lie was regarded in
some .degree aa girl boy; o laiy who
wished to stand well with other boys
kept In the wotxl shed, and only went in
far an tho kitchen to get tilings lor ms
guests in the back yard. Vet Ihero wero
mothers who would make a boy put on
a collar when they hod company, and
disgrace him before tho world by mak-
Inn him stand round aud help; iiiey
acted aa though they had no sctine and
no pity; but mica mothers were rare.
W. D. Ilowulla In Ilurpcr's Young Peo
ple Importance vf Water Mark..
Equal luiairtance exists iu tlio water
mark of the paper on which a ntagu
stump is printed, Onn edition of a (itm
temalnn stampis on paier with no water
mark; mint her edition of the samo stamp
is on pnper with a star for a water mark,
while still nuothiir is m paaT with a
crown and the letters "C. C." All three
of thinw ro netiosaary to a proper mllcc
Hon of Guatemalan stiiuisi. Occaaiou
ally it hapis'tia that the samo stamp is
printed at dilfurent timne from a litho'
grapblo stone, a wooden iiim'k and a
steel pinto; a spocluien of each Is neces
sary to the collector's happiness. And
so lunch iliffert-nee do these distinctions
make that a stamp with one sort of per
f oration or water mark will be worth,
may la., hundreds of dollars, when pre
cisely tho same stamp perforated or wa
tor marked iu another way has a soiling
value of only a few cents. An other
wise worthless blue Capo of Uood Ilopa
stamo. printed by accident In red,
brought tl"J t auction In Now York,
while a common onu-penny red of the
samo coiintrv, printed by accident in
blue, fetched m Washington Star In
The flnlden llawla.
Whenever the ralubow, with Its many
colored lunula arclioe over us, two angels
stand at the etuis nnd hold gold bowls
under them that they may not rest on the
rain soaked earth, and when It vanishes
again the angels leave their cups In the
fields), as they cannot nse them twice be
cause the rninliow would not like it.
Von Boheffel's Ekkehard.
Worked l.lhr n Charm.
Ilrndtiild's Female Regulator worked
like n charm : itiiirovcinciit Iktii wonder
fill; cmiiiot cxtirrss my gratitude. Wish
every holy .tllK'tcd would try it. I know
it would nut- them. Mhs. Lci.a A.LoniI,
Spring drove, l-'Jn.
Write Hrnillirltl Kcgnlntor Comtiany.
Atluntn, Un., for purticiilars. Ily nil
FAMILY GROOERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aaent for Keems Creek Woolea Mills.
North Mala Aahcvlllt, N. C.
DEAKIN BROWN'S WAY.
Old IVnkin Uniwn live, out film tuwa
AUait four mile urwi,
An drtviw a nonnUIn' tmiu u' Inly.
Wen lie gt Ut an' fro.
An' all at a en he overliauU
Hntne feller aalkin' un tlie ffnaind,
llu atow but hvtm an' ernui around.
till In an' liev a lift :"
Yiai II net 'llu alt an' clinw an' itpll
And anw Ui.n the llnea,
In. Jolly fain an red Willi Ti'l"
Il rejr'lnr al'.a-a and alilii."-:
Tliem In lea ilei hi any nn' lili,'ll,
All' t.i' alirtia at mIi a irnl,
Von d arurt-cly llilnk lli. lr uaner'd wait
(it In an' licvalni:"
T .' of Ilrown a muraiu' dna ll
I in aia a'end o' I lie witt.
An b-aiiitnc alilewny now 'n' anln
To watch em pick lll.ir feet,
Y.ai'd iliinki "lleroeim a n.irnl awell."
Iinl my: lloa- ipiiek y.nir mind 'lid tl..p
Wen denklli'd nuke them InmMt .lop
llimli In an' liev a life"
They'a follta who liJe In all their .rldo
In F.iniini.'a hir imi lir.'a litKliaiiy;
t'a folk who Imdm- al-aii: a fN
Ken see 'em drive Intel every itny.
Tli.-y hain't like laklu llmwn et JI;
II fititkea no (mI.In lam- tlnl ye Kit
Ye'll la-ver m them aait a hit
Clliuliln an' liev a lilt'"
-Uciiriiu Hurl'in Iu Clilcnpi llerukl.
ffiivitiir nuolveil lo "11111111 A Imok.
for the Japiineso iiho a brush and not a
sii, tho author la-takes himself to his
workroom. It Is a III tlo room, a very
Tho nnthor sits on tlio floor In a flow
ing garment of brown silk, lined with
lilue, his legs dlHnau'd comfortably
nniler him. In front of him stands n
lnci!iircd table, fllanit a foot square,
and tiiain it arc his writing mnteriiils.
which nro lis iiiyino ns ms siirriiimii
lugs h's paper is delicately tinted yel
low, with bliiu lines running up and
His luk-dand Uacnrveil elamy slab,
u-ltlt i.ii.t cud luillowed out for water to
rub his ciiImi of India ink in, and holds
tho four or fivo tlnlntliy decorated nam
luu. lieimliKa which are his liens. Nat-
n rail v he iWa not write his novel, he
IL.rrilillltli ut tho end of tho wholo. at
tho left of every page ami at tho top of
every line, straight down between tho
two blue paiiillcls his small brown hand
gca-s with ipilcK. delicate, ilara louche.
Although tint novelist's "copy" might
ei-lii to a stranger to lai daintiness it
self, yet he always has It duplicated "by
an nr'tixt" before sending it to tho pub
lishers, 1 ho success of the lasik depend
ing so largely iiam Its nrtistin form.
Tho "nrilst" to whom tlni "copy" Is now
Intrusted prta-eeils to repaint tho long
series of word pictures with a profes
sional dexterity which is something as
tonihliing. New York Journal.
Jerusalem'. Parly Kal.tene.
ltofeasor Sayce writes from Egypt to
tho Academy lo say that ho has exam
ined once mom the loiters from southern
I'ulestlnu found at Tel el Aumrnna, and
haa comu to the conclusion that the place
mentioned In ono of tho letters it Urusa
Uiu, or Jerusalem, and thinks that the
oity already existed under that name in
tho fifteenth century before Christ, when
It was a garrison of the Egyptian king.
Furvlffil Ptt.taga Stamps
"Are not postage stumps forged to a
"There is not much or tnnt sort or
business done in this country now. A
few years ago there was a big dealer in
N'ow York who prosecuted a fraudulent
trndo on a large scale. He advertised
enormously and sold millions of forged
stamps, even going so far on one occasion
as to Invent a certain foreign stamp in
jrdcr that it might be sold as a great
rarity. Dot the law against obtaining
money on false pretenses is applicable to
that sort of swindling and very little of
it goes on nt present
'It is scarcely latssible to deceive a
collector of experience with a forged
stamp. The first thing he examine! is
tho engraving. If that bears scrutiny,
he iiurpccts the paper, then he looks at
tho post cancellation, and finally at the
gum on tho back. If no fault is fonnd
with any of these particulars, the stamp
Is surely good. The question aa to
whether the paper is wove or laid and
how water marked is incidentally ob
served iu amnection with the record as
to date of issue." Washington Star.
Do Athletic. PerT
Although a man may succeed in placJ
fug new records to tils credit ror run
ning, walking, jumping, etc., and derive
a great deal of pleasure in so doing, the
tpiention naturally arises, Does it all payr
What benefit is it to a man lit after life
if ho was in his youth ablo to rover a
short diHtnnce of ground in less time
than any of his rivals? Docs it do good
to any man if he can walk a mile in s
few seconds less than it has ever been
walked before? Athletes who have done
these things say Unit it does; that the
habits of training iiictilentud In theii
early athletic days still stay by them
and physically they are In la-tter con
dition than tlioy would have been hail
they not gained tho habit of taking enre
of themselves. A strong man is always
at a greater advniitngo in the world than
is a weaker one, and is apt to keep tip
his early training nil through his life for
that reason if for no other. ocribuers.
Water Lille, a. Food.
Tlie water lily Is said to be largely used
in some parts of India at a food stuff.
Tlie fruit of one species that grows plen
tifully in the lakes of Cashmere la rich
in starch, and has much the flavor of a
chMnut. If the nuts are dried they will
keep a long time, and, when ground.
may be made into caket or porriilge, or
they may be soaked for tome hours and
boiled. The sends of the lotus art alto
much used for dietary purposes in India.
New York Telegram,
Going with the Buffalo.
In ten years more, nnless laws are en.
acted to prevent, the tight of a live, fret
alligator will be tuch a variety at to
oause public comment There it no
longer a safe retreat for him in the
United States, and h tin tart are some
times on the watch for a whole week be
fore one oan be secured. Nature made
him for tome t pedal use, and hit txtino-
tion may bring tome tort of revenge,
Detroit t reo ITets,
A nttlnt Slmlla.
Kato Isn't young Dudley de Vere lust
at handsome at a picture? A perfect
Doem of a maul
Jack Right you are, tltl That's just
what he is. Ho's been rejected no end
of timet. PitUburg Bulletin.
k:t... .1., w..' p
at 11 O'clock, A. H.
The rcinon KAIiAM'H
MICKOMIt KII.I.HH ia
the nio.t wonderful nied-It-tut',
la tiet-num: it haa
never failed in any in
etnnce, no matter what
t'n diM'iiae, from Ll-r-KllfcY
to the aimple.t
dim-aae known to the hu
The at-it-utifie men nf
to-diiy claim and
prove thut every dl.f
Caused by microbes,
-RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER-
KxIcrminntrH (lie Mlt-rntirN ntnl tlrivrn litem
out nf the HVMt-rrti, utirl whin that in done
v-mi cunnot hnvc nn mhc or pit mi. no nint
trr whnt thr iH , whither n Hlniplr uikc
of Malnrln Fever or it tonihiniitinn of din-
eiiM-m, wc t'lirr thrnt all nt the hhiiic time. Hit
we incut nil diM-uitcN vonntitutiui uiiy.
Asthma, Cmtsumptioti, Cuturth, Hum
vhitiH, hlwttwntism, K n liny Htm Liver
IhsensCt Chilis tint I -Vvir, lvmnk
Trouble, in nil it tortus, ntnl, in titct,
every Disvttse known to the Jluntutt
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
Hcv thnt our Tmilc-Miirk (munv aa nhovc)
fti(K-nnt un cm-h Juk
rVntl for fwHtk "IIMorv of the Microlw
killer," Kvcn nwny Uy
J. . GRANT, Ph. UM
Hole AKtnt, Afhcvillc, N. C.
nov!7 dljf tu frl mn
Palace STiaisise. Low RATie
Four Trip, ptr Wah Bswnii
DETROIT, MACKINAC- ISLAND
FMOTkay. Sault St.. Mart., and Lak.
Uuroa Wity Porta.
e.ry Wat D.y Swtwnn
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
S '1.1 SuHAi, Trip. 4urln Jnn, i.ly, AuK.W hi! Hia.
Dtnibl. Dally Un. BlMa
CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH.
OUN ILLUSTSJATCD PAMPHtfTS
B.U. and xeunlna Tleha will ton fit.ul.liwl
by your Tlokvl Aa.nt, or Mid..
I. S. WHITCOMB, 0. r. A., Dlrnoit, Mich. ,
Oat roll and Ol.v.lnnd at. am Nnv. Oo,
TO WEAK HEtl
utMnt tram th. MM efyonUifnl an , sarty
dmr, uuna vnliw, laat mwihood. ato, I will
and a valaabto tnUU lM.MIeontalalng raU
taittralar(orlion.oa , FRjtKot
apk 414 BMAkaU work i rtionldb. not by a
au ko la oa on. and aXMUUiaia. Add,
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