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ASHEVILLESDAILY CITIZEN: WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 251890.
How is Your Blood?
t had a malignant breaking out on my
leg liclnw the knee, and w cured nun'
and well with two and a half bisUos ot
8. B. B. Other Mood medicine hud fail
ed to do me any good.
Will C. Bbaty, Yorkvillo, 8. C.
I waa troubled from childhood with
an aggravated case ot Tetter, and. throe
boitlcs of q. 8, B. cured mopurnuv
ueutly. Wallace Mann,
JUaniwUlu, I. T.
Our cook on Blood awl Skin Dlsoaae.
nniilod free. i .
Bwirr SraciMO Co., Atlanta, Go.
A. II. COBB,
LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL
LKUAL BLOCK. .
i luno7dllin ; . .
A. S. GRAHAM,
fnrtloc Ove J,
II. Law's Store, south
' With nn one.
Pilling with .liver or amiilKin....noc. io7(lc.
UOHI fl'""""'" "I'""""
Set i.f troth .
Beat act of teeth $H.oo,
No licttcr innilc, no mutter what you pay.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
MARION, m. c.
Will practice In the loth anil lath Judicial
InMtrlcu 01 norm .rnm aim ii. mv .
itrrmc court anu tne rciieroi voun ui
Western lilstrh-t or North Carolina.
riiHii. V. llAvioaoN.
Tllos. A. Jons
kalciuh. Jas. tl. Martin,
JJAVIIlHON, MARTIN JON1IH,
Attorney, nnd Counsellor, at Law,
Will prwtliTln Ihellthnml 12th Juillrlal
lil.lrlcta. anil In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, nml In the I'edrrnl Court, of the
Wculrrn liimiiet of North Curolina.
Kefcr to liana 01 Anni-vinc.
Architect and Contractor.
Ian., aiKrdficatloiia anil entlmatca fur
nl.heil. All work in my line contracted for,
and 110 chnrKca for UrnwiiiKa on contract.
1i.li-n-nM when Hmlred.
OIHcc: No. IV Itcnilry uiooa, norm inn
lilarCt Aahcvillc. N. C. felilUdly
N. II. KKKVKS, ... I II. K. SMITH, D. II..
ra. Reevea A Smith.
UKNTAL g OKFICK
In Cimnally UulMlnR. over Mnlwnud'a Store,
Teeth eitrarted without pain, with the new
atia-ntlirtlc, uuilall caac. of IrrcKuinniy cor
W w. KAM8AY, O. D.8..
la Harnard Bullrtlnir Botrttncea, Halloo
Avenue nnd Main Mlrct't.
J. W. ROLLINttH,
I will practice to the dty and wrroundlng
OIHcc at W. P. Wanton t Co.'. atalilc, 76
Mouth Main alrcet. "l'rl
THE ASHEYILLE BRICK WORKS
Aahcvillc, N. C.
p. o. mom P.
mar I. 'Ill I y
NUW MUU8BI NliWLY PUKNIHllBU
ALL MllKHKN IMPKUVBMBNT8.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. ail Haywood Htreet.
TUB LA KG BUT ANU BUST BUl'P'U
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATOHIE
H. C. Woltcrcck & Co
CON.tll.TINO CIIKMI.T AND MININO aNOINNNaS.
Aualyar. of Metal., Ore., Coal or Coke, Mil
PHICB LIHT ON APPLICATION.
Mining property myelinated, developed,
bouifht and enlft.
etamplea can Im aent by mall or eprcM.
scat by eipreaa, chara-e. mu.t lie in-palii.
Agent, wanted la .very place.
M It f. WOLTCRBCK,
novS dStwlT Manoaer.
icaiTrici w""www 11 wij
"Jrr.17""..lfF .ITT .rCFn a
cm at nwiua
iKMOFiaORTBUUTOHCO. ATLANTA BA,
I ASTRAL IB
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
PERFECTLY ODERLEtt I
Burn In any Lmp wltkeut 'snger of
Exploding or taking fir. 8 that yon
get th ganuln. For l by
BALTIMORE IWITEO OIL CO.;
A8MBVILLB, M, C,
Between the French and Native
Over the Latters Refusal to
Take Up Their Nets.
the roralfner Defeated and Com polled
to Iletren Ainarleaa. Reported to
Rit Taken n Band Further Compli
cation. Caaaod By th .toad Takao Uy a
HI. aloha, aoimir e,ianar
WHILE FISHING FOR BAIT .
Tbe Freaafc and Newfoundland Fliherman
New Yokk, Juno 18. A HeraM
special from Buy St. George, N. F..
give n account of dlsturbano which
occurred on Vrednandoy hist at Broad
Cove, Port-au-Port. between French
and Newfoundland fishermen, twenty
sclnaineis had put into the core for the
imrnow of oathiiiK bait Hsu to d useti
in the graad banka cod tolling. BeTen
of the schooner ware French, Hwee or
nr American and the other New
foundlander. They were all in a hurry
to a-et their lift and set out or we dbiik.
Newfoundlander! and Americana got
into the cove tint and their neta took up
about all of the choice place for catch
ine- the small bait Huh.
When the French schooner came in
their inastor ordered the Newfound'
landers to take up their nt lminedi
atelv. revtinc their order on the treaty
which give the Freuch prior ngnta w
shore fi linn-. The Newfoundland nsu-
refused to obey, and the French
made au attack on their dories and en
deavored to drive them away. After a
lively fight in which clubs, oars, boat
hooka and similar weapon were freely
used, the French were compelled to re
treat. No one waa killed or fatally
wounded, but there were many brokeu
bones and a number of badly beaten
After their defeat th French retreat-
eu so in snore a anon uinuuiuo. unn.
, . , . 1 11 I
the Newfoundlanders having wsured all
and on Thursday the French were tun
ing wlwra their encuiiu bud lieen,
When the new reached Bay rrc.
George, two French men-of-war and
one British cruiser sailed for Port-au-
Port. and it i thought there will be no
further trouble. Fishermen whu brought
th news differ as to whether Americans
took part in the row. One say they
helped the British bat the French. An
other say they took no part in the fight.
Tbe K.vfoandlaa riiharlaa lll.pute Be
tween England and franca.
Nw Yokk, Jan 93. A perlal to
The Tribune from St. Johns, N. I,
111 fisherle dispute haa been further
complicated by th defiant attitude of
James ilniru, weauny mercuuni 01 nu
Johns, who own several lolwter factor
ies on the slioraa of ih. ueorg, wnere
the colonist have recently been uoiu
iu.Uod to take ud their net. Th text
of the motius vivenui ngreeu npon 117
France and Great Britain, declare that
no lolwtea? fncturie not in omration
last inly shall be except by joint consent
of the French and British naval com-
One of Mr. Balral ractorte, although
lmilt throe vear. aira. was imt in opera
tion only a short time ago. air. vairu
claims that he should he permitted to
nnerata this faotorv. The lintlsn com
uiauder Ua served a formal notic on
Mr. Baird to close the factory, but h
declines to do so. aud say be will spend
hi fortune iu defending bis rights. 1 lie
colonial mivernment decline to niter-
far iu hut behalf, saying that it u an
1 ' J V .. 1 . A kA ....
JUT, iMliru una llini.uuic-tl iiiv utnuiwi
of his factory to continue at worn until
ha i stoDDed by actual force. In that
vent he will demand compensation
from Oreat Britain.
It is believed that the factory owner
bar cmnhtiiatl to resist the mndu Vi
vendi. The aspect of affairs Is growing
constantly graver. Th French war
ship are hovering closer than ever
annum tn. ueorge s nay, ana cmim-i
is almost unavoidable, if the colonists
aen Interfered with bv either England
or France. Much ugly feeling exist
airaln.t Kllirlnlld. .
e. . , , .. Tir m 1 1 . .
TQe coioumni prniuiur, oir rviiiiaw
White way, leave for London ou th
rntrmKATl. June S8. The following
was received from Baton Kongo Satnr-
the lottery measure is being discussed
in the house this morning. Mr. Hurris,
anti-lottery, made a sjioifh; in which he
rcferrea to tne uuierueHs 01 me dkui on
th intention, saving that he had been
threatened throughout by those who
ought to be his friends. Referred to th
nninst charge- Of corruption made
He said there should b snm middle
ground; that this lottery question oiigin
to be settled in a Democratic caucus!
!.. ha waa not willimr to lie Imund. but
is willing to meet the gentlemen on the
other siile in an effort to settle this mat
ter in a frl Uy spirit. .....
Mr. Harris said a friend of bl had
hi Mr. Morris wit hunt hi knowl
edge, and yeslerdav be received a letter
from morns wiuui no- nam op w
clerk' desk and had it read. It said
that if th lottery bill was submitted by
rutriahe of th state, and th tarn
1-1 . .1. .,n. Mil til Ulflia
unimBl in IMMI.
Mr. Hhattnck agreetl to meet the antis
1. a friendly spirit in th iuten-t of
held Monday night. .
inimy mam. ...
Vuether ions deration of the lottery
bill was therefor postponed till Friday.
Leg Torn un-ny a uog.
Wmr Vi,. June M.-Ho full of
pstienU wai hi llttl hvdrophobla hrm-
pital that when little Edna Ulaiwman,
a llttl 6-yari)ld snfterer, came from
jersey uity, ltt. vnoier siirremii-ieii mm
own room ana oea to ner nse. me en-
Ure half of on teg has been torn off
V t...ll .1.. I...I ft.. .. luaSAtt
ojm uuu uon iauHi.au eo
Z - the Fai
Kbw You&. Jum M. K. O. Dun
danpany weekly rviw of trxl ay:
Ynotber weak ha hrought t!U bttr
n.. nrosDect. Continised Inoraaa. In
the volum of kuaineaa, more definite
assnraiio of th pasaag of th tariff
kin arith Ita aaaantlal foatnr nn-
changwl, and thrfor mor onnndenc
In those indiuitrU Which look for help
from that measun. On th other hand,
th pnAMiff ol a fra oolaag bill in tM
nat ha raised oni doubt whthe
th two houues mar not nuauy iiianro.
Exictation Used on currenoy exuan
..i rk.r.f.ir. a Httla lao oonfldont.
NIB ..." - . ,.
Bat th aoooxx fMtfkt, work mUj
ererywiiere. ana the coiniiiuou export
of gold a yet muse neitiier diHturbanc
Ri'luirtii from all parts of the oountry
continue eiicoiuaging. Chicago has ro
coipta exceeding liwt Tour iu grain.
ini-.itK, hides, wool and larger sules of
dry gnodK! the fall clothing trad openr
well aim 111" uoe iraue u Mwurai, ana
in geiicriil tlio prospect is good for more
than the UHiial fall trade. Bt. Louis re
iiortH trade of large valne iu nearly all
line with prospeotaof improving. Min
nenliolis lumlx-r manufacture imrpasea
previous soiisons, though the flour de
mand is weak and St. Paul notes littler
trnde with luiftlit crop pnmpi;uts.
UnUmt weutlier ana nrignter CTop
pn.HiH.cte stimulate trade in all direo
tioim. u:id collections are ffixxl. The
gveat indiiHtrii are waiting action iu
congretM which la iv many expected to
ive iiiein a new uujietus. oiii, iruu m
fairly titculy. The wool nmritet show
some sigiiH nf rwaoiiou. The cotton
inaiinf iuuiie walls the departure or
urtiil'iiil .-peenlatire prices vt cotton.
The lutiii'Ns i:i hiilea, leather and boots
aim kIh u iicttvo nnd promising, wltn
better pricm. Th.-ro i. a nir .niter tone
iu the coal uiui ket, wu'li experintion of
an advance In pnrm .miv 1.
Tli "late ot loreltrn t isilu is lair ior
the wason. The euruui;?i ol rnilroaUs
continue very Itirito, and iwect the
great nicrcuM) in niiHiuew tniiniKoiii
Ilie couni ... i..' im .110 cicating:! iiuoutjii
i. Imnks iiit- ulo New York, which ex
ceed lust .: for the latest week by
1.1.11 mr crint
j-Hiinrt'MiiuMiiK uie pat w-vi-n ui
for the Unit il .Stutcs 178, for Clanada
HI. total Hill, couinareil with UU laat
week. For the con c.spnnding wee 01
lawt year th figures were IW in the
United Stales and iu (Jaunda.
THEY THREW HIM OUT.
A Burglar'. Kiingh K.ivrlnea With Twe
Oai.I.atin, Tnnn., Jim iX Misses
Lulu and KUa Lewis had an ex-
citing expeHciice with a negro burglar
at their home. Miss Ella Lewis Is the
retiring post uiiKtre. here, and it was
known hv t!ie would-be burglar I hat sh
hud noiiBiilerahle mouer which .'he had
received in lmyinont for her postouice
rlTiurtw winch she had sold. Almut la
o'clock shn was awakoned bra man who
waa standing by her lieiWdc. v. il h on
hand on her throat ud the nil ' cling
under her pillow and around I ! of
the bed. Hhe immeiliutely call' ..rais-
... :.. .1.. ...
lr, who unu r.'imi 111 uie noon , u.,
J ho .p,,,, gnllnntly to her calls
bnrglar dcw a pitol from his
and cocked it, but before he
(nld have p eaioly used it the young
inilin seircd him aud guv blm a
tbonimrh hliwinir. all the time carry-
inu him toward the window of the
room. The young laiiies finally reached
the window with the midnight uuv-
vtttil.ie unit lie viinill rilrMtllrll tileV Sllo-
ri-eded ill thrnwiuK liim out; he falling
to tli ground ten feet la-low on hi
head. After ly1ty, as ir stunned by his
blows and his e.-cii from the room above
he pulled himself together and made
JOHN L. REFORMING.
The Champion nerlure. Ha Will Fight
Ho Mnie TVItll the Hal rila.
Chattanihkia, Teun., June t9. John
L. Sullivau, accouipanied by Duncan
l'airiwin. passeil through the city Fri
day murniug on his wiiy to Purvis, Miss.,
to stand trial for nshuult and buttery. A
bmrp crowd gnthe' t'd around the mutu
car in which the i'h;iuip!mi was. and be
M-ati-d h Hist- f bv Hie window that tnev
inigiit ga'-e upon him. To a reporter h
said: "If 1 ever light again it will be
with glove. I wonld nut thluR of
lining the nuked list. I used to fight
with the hand: mere u notnini; in inai,
not even fun. Ibeie is nothing In a
bulit with I wire knucltles except a law
suit, iu which nuo is certain to I Hm
loser. I wnM not like to strike any
m ill a fair blow on the chest or bead
with my ri.it."
Ouardcd by a Head .Man.
Asm. ami. Wis., .lime 8.1. Deputy
Jailer John Burns, fnnnurly on of th
wealthiest lnmlicruieii iu this section,
iliiiiinvd dead iu a chair Friday evening.
just a he opened the jail do:irs to lak
out a siiuad of privnii rs. The prisoner.
them new lor serious oiionscs,
timiiifiir ui,rns was r
ting, and mad
10 etlurt to etcaue. l iieu the jailer en
tered half an hour lavr. the dead depu
ty was .till gniirding tne prisoner.
IVasiiixiitiin. Jn .i' SH There is no
t' lilh in tho story ili.it President Harri-
-hi will not Ik a citn.iidato tor re-elec-
tinn. A leadi it It-iil!i-:tu seuntor. in-
l.-rvlewiil Siiiurdav on the snlivt. said
that I'resiilem lliini 0:1 would beta
Republican mmihiec 1;i II 3.
Omaha. Neb.. Jnii" H -The Masonic
(Iriiud Lcsign of ..ci.r.- .it has closed ita
tinal Howi - here. .; n-ilalluns were
adopted emlorsine; the action of the
Kinud mast'-r in 1- uiug an edict
.nnii'ist theCoineau l.sly of the Scot
Ttta Hen llliiwn to Pleee.
ltmn lud.. June JH. Frank Miller
and liuvid llellar. enuagnl in blasting
out the "saliiiimuner m I" crucible,
Were OIOWII IO Hi-i lJ a n-iniiiuiv
liM'bnrge 11I powder. Uoln resiaeu nere.
v,eri'i'l minim mesus aim leave uvge
PHil'a l reillesin.nl.
Lirirmr. I111!.. Juue SB. Rev,
Petit, the ufe,,eil wife murderer, who
was taken to Crawfnrdsville on a rhang
of vniun, apH-ared In court and asked
to be taken btuilc to iipisrauo oouniy.
Ihlruso I'lilins I.S.in.ono Pnpulatloa.
t 'liM Ami. .lime ;'. The Journal says
1 hat Cunsii. rtuuoivisnr (lilbvrt unwitt
ingly gave its reporta- the Approximate
A Tree That I. Put to Many TJae.
Tlio cniLoiiba is certainly a wonderful
tree, acconllng to a ri'port made to the
,tttt ix'rt'"""' y Consid Burke, of
t n"rithe Tf ui.r.
m urun diw wii aiiiomh iota nij
I :.. . . w
partof it-rooi,rooriirt,oranonuu wuna
I avallabloi it is limtajwiwabk) for th
I natives in but illiiff niiuroonnu ineiruuia,
I . t ..,, ,h article
. "..r . ;.
pia-lo fnjm it supply 1 uem wmi i.w...
light and mllclno. It i a specie f
pulm tree and grow in iiry, sunny s i
1 jne DiiiutiiioniiMies-iiuiiin ii'
0f tlu trM,) strongly rnriiuiceous, ami
h pn uri,i an,i ground unsluce a kind
I ' ' ' .
1 0f fiu-im-ha used for fissl by tho natives,
whilo the rootlets of the bulb are nsed
for medicine, possessing a strong cathar
The trunk, whllo tne treo is young,
enntaina a aoft tilenkinous ulmtonce,
anninthiiiir like mnrrowi this 1 good food
for rattle, sheen, goats and hogs. Ancr
the tree attains a growth nf several year
tho trunk liocome very hard and can
then 1m used for building punssuj. Th
lower jiart of th branches, which grow
to a length of 8 to lOor IS feet, rochiefly
used for fence. They are wide and fiat
at thu bottom and tapering toward th
ton. with abort, hard and very sharp
thonis at the edgos, in apjienranco not
unlike tho moulh ofasawflsli. The fence
made from thi material I very trong.
The leafy part of the branch, when
ent and sun Oned. gives an exudation
which appear on the fan line leal or
blade. It is a tenacious substance pos
sessing properties very similar to bees
wax. This wax is extensively ubbo, ior
making candle. The leaf or blade ho
a fiber from which hats, mate, bankets,
rope, broom, dusters, etc., are made.
When the exudation is scraped from the
blades of palm the branches are used for
roofing huts and small nouses aim ior
protecting brick wall from the fierce
rays of the sun, as well a from the rain.
The fruit of the tree is aweet and palata
ble. The kernel or seed is pounded to
powder and used in infusion in place of
coffee. Chicago llorald.
An Kstrnordlnary IrUlimnn.
Dion Boucicuult. who is as clover as
he is erratic, is now in his (IHth year,
though he soys that he has lived at leant
ten centuries. It is thirty-seven years
rino he came to this country, and lnY
Ing thot period hus, it Is said, become a
citizen of the United States four times,
returning after each naturalisation to
Great Britain to renew his loyalty to the
queen. Up to date tho number of pieces
be haa written, tranniareii unci uuapico
for the stage is about 180. Although it
ha been civ .muiry to speak of him as
an inimitable plniiriHt, he has done 11
great deal of original work, notably in
such dramas us "London Axsuruin'o,''
'Old Heads and Young Hearts," "The
Octoroon," "Arrah nab Pogue," "The
Ranuaree" and "The Shaughraun." On
the other hand, for him to call himself
the author of "Used Up," "Loui XI,'
"The Corsicon Brothers," "Faust and
Marguerite," when the originals are so
well known, is a degree of astonishing
impudence that might be styled Uonci-
It used to lie asked, when it was men
tioned that Bouuicault had written a
new play. "Whose play has he writtenr
and not without a modicum of justice
If he borrows lilierally , if he appropriates
wholesale, it is not because he lacks in
vention and ingenuity, of which he ho
abundance, but because he wants to
make money. Uo has gained half a
dozen fortune, and lost them all. New
York Commercial Advortiser.
Philosophy of Dining.
One of tho old Oroek philosophers was
once approached with the question a to
the hour of tho day at watch one should
take his dinner. Tho answer wo char
acteristic. "If you are rich," said the
wise man, "you will dine whonever you
please; if you are poor, whonover you
have anything to cut." This sarao phil
osophy com to lie accepted by the
Turks of tho present time, judging by
what Mr. Uirltloy say of the practice
of this ironic
Thcrolaa peculiarity about mrKisn
cooking. Wherever you are, aud at
wbatevor time of the day yon ask,
"When will dinner la ready?' the answer
Is always the same. "Iu ton miuutcn,"
and yet I have had all sorts of dishes on
tl is table at tho sume tune. 1 uon t Know
bow it is managed, but 1 think it is an
Imurovement on our Luglisb plan of hav
ing to keep to a nxeiWiour. 11 no order
Is given dinner is selkd as a matter of
course at sundown. "Ifiid this habit is
usual amoiitf all classes.
Wa were somewhat surprised one day
at Cliiinthe, our Ureek cook, asking,
"Pleaso, sure, what time you cat your
dinner today!" Wo answered, "Wheu
wa ae himmry."
"Verairood. sure, cos mo get one booitil
dinner nw' Cif, saro. One buffitlo he
fall over cliff lost night and break bun
neck!" Youth's Companion.
Uurdatilp. of Mlnl.ter'. Ufa.
The folk who think preachers flourish
on the fat of tho html are respectfully
requested to read tho following extract
from letter received at mis onu-u 1 mm
a Vinrinla Uitutlst Drencher: "1 have not
bushel or com, a purx or uour nor uvu
pounds of meat in the world, and I havo
not a dollar to buy with, and my
church are not able to y m for my
work." Ho does not ask for help-not Ii
Ing wa further from hi thought but
if anybody desire to brighten his life
1 will nndurtako to see that iihi sun
shine fall uiniii hi home. Richmond
The American a Vlutton.
The averauo American, although
eolosaid cater, doe not at present know
bow to diuo. This Is a home truth whlcu
be resents extremely, and contradicts
with vigor: indeed, he is apt to intr.sluce
ronirison Imtween the restaurant of
hi own and other land wntcn invarinoiy
leave a large holauo In favor of la-i-monlco'a.
Htill, spito of an occasional
exception, the American born gastro
nome I rnr bird a tne American
born chef of any eurton pretensions,
TYPEWRITING AND LITERATURE.
Advlca far Thnao Who TVI.h lo nana a
Good luipreaiilun on Kdltora.
"No, I -iannot nse the typewriter," re
marked a literary man tho other day,
"nor can I dictate with any satisractlou.
And there) am a gissl many other H.-ople
in tho aarae Is sit with me. I heard one
well known writer say not long ago that,
while ha could get along well enough
with hi conrs 'luli-nee on the typo
writer, he could do' nothing at all iu
th way of literary work. As for dicta
tion, It waa simply an impossibility for
him. Ha had tried it repeatedly, but
had never been able to ancwuotL It wa
the more singular in hi case because be
waa formerly a publlo siicaker aud wa
In the habit of speaking without a man
uscript; and ho is noted as a talker, bo
, wi, n-ady and rapid,
Mon Jn fJTowritten copy. Tl
s.u. In khhu-iisi m iv. 1 110 oiht hic
1 1 ' . .'. .
ifbirY , , nu f.g him to do wa to uut
I th, himseu" and write iu the change.
1 ti,- i..,ui 1,0 must M max-
. ., ... "11.- n,Ji 1. . 1.U
mg omouung use r ". -
Utorw7 W(irk m all dlrecMona. Oil
wouU ,h)uk tut wo-ld b almost
cmJIoiI to employ a atenognipliwr,
but 1 undortand he doe all bl
with hi own band. I bav
a very nmlino editor who
. . ' I . 1- ... ll..l.l..
WM tnilticeu Iiy Ills ineiuai w iihoiou
Ida lalsir by employing a .ten
ographer and tyis-writer. In hi case it
worked very curiously. Ho had no
tr.ml.la alsmt dictating, but ha found
that by this means ho wa enabled to do
a great deal more work than he had don
prevlouly-t)uit Is, a great deal mor
wr ting and tn, Instead of diminishing
iBisir, ha really increased them,
i mv nwn PMm I ...n dictate a letter
fo(rjy Wld j C(mid j0 a piec of
jOUrnnllstlo work in that way or by tyj"
yg it but anything that la to havo
Ul xry touch must be carefully
wnTMni out with the pen. And I do not
Mierm that it 1 simply a matter of prac-
0Xlg, to bo uro It Is possililo
tm t nmy b. That Is, If ou were
inili0 from child to use th type-
The Pemiile Collciic. with its snncious well
for the entertainment ol boarili rs Irom now
iWaf.k. WTlTO. sU.Ai'.-lJ 'c L i a J 1 I T TV r ; vniTr: ' r.. '.Tl ' T . JIJ1 ..
nLW-i jk.4v rniifTj-.'.fiJr.' ujijv w- -i - - w .l - ..- aa- ".i-sr
Clnldrcn under lilteen years ol line not ndiiutlcil.
er lilteen venrs iil'ngc not ndiiutlcil.
I for Ihc thoioiigh education nnd refined culture of girls nnd young Indies, Ibis Institution lias no siiicrior 111 this
e country. It furnishes rnre advantages in Music, Art, Language, Literature nnd Science. Pupils have every
id in 1111 I'lcgiml lionie. Charges arc low for the line nilvnutnges given, l-'or eiilulogue or any iiilormation
As 11 school I
section of the 1
...miner founil 10 nil i-lroniil Inline, t Illll
writer insteiid nf tho pi n or pencil, thu
art of coinpn.-illioii might come naturally
to him when lingering t.iukcys. Uut 1
gmitly doubt wliethi-r it cm bo learned
bite in life. T.iliii the case of , 1
fi.-el confident tint the notable decadence
of his style in rn cut years, which is un
mistakably very inai lied, is tho result of
his use of the lyis-writer. Formerly he
was most fastidious in hU style, but now
ho is slovenly nml cureless. Tho change
Is really wonderful to one who bus read
him closely for years, as 1 have.
"So 1 am far Irom thinking the type
writer mi unmixed blessing. At the
same time I ls-liovo tliat every manu
script offered for publication ought tolsj
typewritten. 1 ts-ln ve Hint wuiiid-iw
authors would'fuul it to tlu-ir ndvunln;e
to uo to 1)10 small exis'iiso which the
copying of their efforts by the typewriter
would entail, hdirors, 1 nud, are iiiucii
more willing to i-xauiiue such manu
suripts than Hm-m.' which are writ Mi in
scrawling, cnilils-d icul uueveii hands,
even if there Ihihoiiio individuality ulxnit
these. It is not individuality that tho
average tslitnr is lisiking for, it is some-
thing fn-h and Mni.mg mid orii.'iniil,
and bo is lixith to tahe the trouble to do-
itiber bad chi login phy on the bare
cluincotif finding nuuitliiiig worth his
while. So my advice to the young men
and young women who udd so much to
tho government s iral nii-ipts year
after year is to have their prislm-tinns
typewritten. They will save postage, of
course, as a typewritten muiiucript is
less bulky than ouu ilium by hand. Aud
lit case of several reject ions and n-at-binpta
they limy wive in postage the cost
of tho typewriting." New York Trib
une. Secret of lli-lng ( liur.uliig lo Olben.
Tho world today is lllle l with half
morbid young np!o widiing tlu-y only
knew how to muko tneiiiseives tuoro in
teresting nnd attractive to others. It Is
not a desiro to lie lil.it in-.l. but one to be
encouraged. Tho only trouble is tlmt
they get their atleiiiioii couceutrateil on
thomsclvi, ami the more they think of
tlieinsvlve tho less do mipl want to
lisik at the objovt they promise sliall Is)
attractive. No one ever fails to lio de
lighted with a M-rson who. having spent
several siniiiiiiTH iu some ctichiiu' ig
spot in tit moimtaitis, takes in hand
him, a stranger then1, nud leads him to
the most pia'tic maculi-sor the subliiuest
p lint of outli s ik the whole n-gb m iffer.
Hero, tlien, Ilea the secret of proving
c liarmiiig to others. It is by serving as
guide and interpreter to something more
inspiring t'.inn would lieoiihernf the two
left to himself, and so Inhering ou an
cxisTienco in which each Un bis mere
individual life to find it in a fuller nul-
urnul life. Huston Herald.
A I'aslelMHint Camera.
cuthuslii-.tie student of photog
raphy may olit:iin a goml deal of amuse
ment', ami not a lillle knowledge, by ex-
M'rlment with tho "pasli'lsHti'd camera,
us it has Iss'ti calbil. '1' ill" it long cigar
six and blacken the iusi l. Mnku a pin
I10U1 iu the centre of ouu of the ends, and
iliieo a shivt of i-arlHinlo pajK-r bi'tienth
the lid and jum it down. K n i by 5 dry
ilato is lilaced at the end oiiihsIIii the
pin hole, with the sensitive side toward
the latter, the lid jamuii-d down and tho
Ihix taken fmui the dark room to an open
window, whero there Is a view of soma
building or other otijivt. 11 Very fair plet
tiro will In obtained on returning the
Isix to the dark roan and developing the
plitte at the end of half an hour's exisis-
nre, H,V Interposing a ineuiseus u-ns uie
nis-rtiini of tho pin h.ilu limy 1k greatly
enlargeil, ami t1i taking of the picture
much quiche l..Ncw orK 1. ning
Except for the Hiitl t.'tuli rs and soine
nniinis. riant commercial work steel en
graving has iilmost fallen lulu dlsiiw,
owingjo lis ureal cost and the slow ami
expensive mcllioosoi prumiiK me pum-a.
Portraits for tne iner gnuii's 01 msiss
am still none mi sm i 1, inn v.oi
Ing bus lar.ji-ly t:i!teii tim place of the
other arl, as it is priutc.l mure cheaply
Amnoiinee of the OpenliiiiiiliHl.
Fniiueiitly 1 nnve expli s-ed my pity
for rich 1 ople My pity was renewed
wheu a gentl-Tiuui said to me: ".My wife
and our cliiblriMi am to go nhnsfd next
wi-ek." "You've only just got back
from Ei ro"" I mid by way nf surprise
and Inleriogatloti. "Yes. but my wife
la just killing herself, Lvery lunriilng
before we . ' down to breakfast there
am from live to a doseii men and women
at the house, telling pitiful stories of
rent overdue, of hunger, nnd what not.
My wire tau t turn tliciu away wllh
Nit'i she has neither s1rcii;tth nor time
to Invi-stlgnte each caso, and she ttsti
nllv irlves thetll what they want.
"But she knows that such giving Is
bail. She Is so betuiuiil lirby this circle
of Is-imars that she limit go to Lurols1
It' pretty hard." he added with a sUh;
"wc'vclst'ii sepiirotcil but little since
we were iimrvliili but I don't see any
nih.ir wnv than to clisui the house, and
hom to gn lo Drt'sileii, and for me
furnished building, cool, well shaded,
until bcplcimx-r 1st. i-urc 111, u
PKOI'. II. Ii. A'I lt.ll;, A.
to go to Imarcung." I
I wanteil to tell the generous man that
If he mid Mrs. Oneiiluiud would send the
mendicants to me, I would investigate
and reixirt to them, that I could save
them several thousand dollars a year and
the necessity of going over tho ocean to
cscaiw the cry of iMverty, but I thought
it would seem impertinent, and 1 de
sisted. But Mr. and Mrs. Opehand
ought to huve strength of will as well as
generosity of henrt. I know that such
generous and unwlso people do more to
promote poverty than many a secretary
of some luuociatod charities can do to
cure poverty. Chicago Advance.
Kot to He Outdone.
Hospitality is tho cfiiwning virtno of
the Turk. Ho v mild scorn to lie thought
behindhand in this resiioet when com
pared with any other race of men. Mr.
llarkhiy tells a story In his "Bulgaria
11. foro tlio War" which proves that the
Turk will not allow himself to be out
duno even by any of his countrymen.
A fri nd of initio was one day shoot-
luir in the vineyards at Ritstchuk, when
ho was rtopicd by an old Turk and told
that trespasK'rs were not allowed, and
that he must clear on at once.
My friend turned to comply, bnt lie
fore leaving said in Turkish, "What
maimer of man nro yon? I hnvo shot iu
Iheso vineyard for years without a word
being said' to 1110, and today I havopassed
over many miles and spoken to many
owner of vineyards, and you are the
only ouo who hua raised tho slightest ob
jection. The vineyard is yours, and you
havo tho right to object to my being
here, so 1 shall leave your ground, but I
never received such treatment from an
The Turk, who, up to this time, had
been squatting on thu ground, jumped
up, and, with a marvelous display ot en
ergy, iK'gnn protesting.
"My good fellow," ho cried, "yon shall
not say sot Ot hers have shown you hos
. pitulity, and I will not be behind them.
Oo wheroyon like, eat what you like,
carry "away all you liko.and all tho vine
yard is your to do as you liko with."
The Englishman thanked him, and it
ended in tho two squatting down and
having a feast on grape together.
Are Women CareleM of Money?
No woman, at least In America, has
any such talent a a man has for spend
ing moticyV rho spends for what she
ts-lioves to bo beauty for raiment,
Isjoks. jewel, decorutioli, furniture, pic
tures, marbles rarely for what doe her
serious harm. Ho sjsMids most for his
view, for the things that hurt him great
ly. Ho is apt to sis'culate, to bring evil
to other from his love of pleasure or of
Ho will get rid of more money In a
month than sho would In yean. Blio
would, however ignorant of it, lie sp
pnlhsl by tint sums ho dissipate. She is
constitutionally cotiHTvativot big state
ments of any sort nro likely to alarm
her. Unless ilo-pornto or frenzied, she
invariably stops short of extremes. She
trembli-s 'nnil turns pule where ho, in the
flush of egotism, moves nndisturlsxL
Nearly all tho tnVoof woman' care-
li-ssniws of money is really Idle. The
oniiiiim cannot bo sustained. His main
ly tho who of misapprehension. Where
she is even partially enlightened on the
subject, she is prone to Ik) very cautious
ill its ti;e. I ler temperamental tendency
is tnlheiippositiMif carelessness. Junius
Henri Browne in Ladles' Home Journal.
Wllh On. Arm.
"On the whole," said tho one armed
man, reflivtlvely, "I am glad I lost my
arm, even if I don t get a ienslou for it,
I was never in any war in my life.
could have gone, hut I did not want to
do It. Isn't that gissl reason enonghf
"Htlll. 1 am not sorry I lost my arm
It saves inn cuffs and sliwvea and lots of
other thlnits you fellow havo to buy
I ni I miss it? Yes. lint not so inticn a
ynu would think. I havegotused to do-
itur wlili, .ut it. and I am quite happy,
was s nulo wheu l lost my arm. 1 iuwi
tiiHtbocn Jilted by a girl. After Igol
t-niTled tliroufjii inn 111111 uuu miiiiueu 1
tiaid court to another girl, and she took
. . . -,i 1 1 i 1
me as 1 was. Hluce then we have mndu
inoiier. nud hnd eiuht healthy children,
As lie skn he reached to tho top of
tho door ami lifted himself up eight
times 111 succession, Then ho held by
bis little linger for two minute and a
half. There is not ono man In 10.000
with two Imuds who can do that. Dos
Tn Mi Witness Hot.
Judge You realdcr
Wilne With my brother.
Judge Anil your bruthor lives?
Wltiii'ss With me.
Judge Preclselyi but you iRith live?
W i lues Together. KulonspiegcL
Betnly Foreigner Ye. I'm an "artist;"
a vocalist, yon know. It' all right.
Lalsir Representative How do you
make that out?
Heeily Foreigner Well. I'm a maker of
bellow. Pittsburg Bulletin.
grassy "campus of seven ncrcs, will lie oii
per wees, iicconuiiK 10 lotuuun ui room.
r. voiivicv, Asucviiie, r. v.
Not only shortens labor mid lessens
pain nllciidiui; it, but greatly dimm
ishes tbe thinner lo lilv of both mother
and child if used 11 few months before con-li-.icmcnt.
Write Ilradlicld Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Ou., for particulars. Iiy ull
MKKOHK KIM.liK in
the mmt wonderful med
icine, in liei'iiUHc it ban
never failed in liny in
(dunce, no mutter whnt
the d incline, irom Llif
HOSV tn the imfilent
ditM'UM' kntiwa totbt-hu-mnn
The iKkntifie men of
to-tiny claim nntl
prove tout every dit
Caused by ltllcrotc8,
-RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER-
Kx terminate the MtrrotKn nnd drive them
out of the mvhU'ui, und whtn that in done
von ennnot bnvc an ache or pain. No mt
ter what the difteHMe, w hether a fitiit1e chnc
of Malaria l-'tvir or n combination f diH
eatteti, we curt them till nt the Hume time, aa
we Inut all dittcuaci. coiihtllutiut ally.
stfimu, Cimstinintiim, Cntttrth, Until
chitis, h'lictiwutisnt, Kutwy turn Liver
IHsaisct Chill iwtl t'Vir, Female
Tnmhhs, in nil ita limns, nml, in fact,
rtvrr JHsvuse known to the Hutnun
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
8x that our TnnloMurk
(mi tne am above)
upicuni on cuch jtiK.
fo. hook "History
Kivcu uway by
of the Microbe
J. 8. GRANT, Ph. Go,
Hide A Kin I. AithcvUlc, N. C.
v!7 dl tu fri tun
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 mill-. Mouth of Aslit vilk-, on A. & 8. K. K.
Per Month aoih
l-crlmy a 00
Uinner and Tiu 1'iirtic. on oncilay'. notice,
Thus). A. Norrlit, Prop.,
Anl.a, N. C.
Asheville, N. C, April It, 1HN0.
The iiarlnrrshii henloforc eilstlnx Is;.
tweeii the unileralaiieil, under the Hrm name
of Pl'I.I.IAM Hi CD., I. thlsdajrdlsHilved Iiy
mutual i-ousenl. The debt, dae lijr .aid 6rm
will Ik luild Iiy l.nwrenee I'ulllnm, and the
Ulita due to snlil Hrm will lie pnld to hhn,
unit the titisltirM eoiiliniied by him.
I. AWKKNCU ri't.LIAM.
II, C. WAIiliULL.
To our patrons of the punt:
I hnvc thl. day .old my Interest and Rood
will In the Insurance business In A.hevllle to
Lnwreiivc 1'ullliini, who will continue the
liii.ine.B. I liesis'iik fur lilni a eontlnunnee
of vour pntronaKe.
I). C. WAIHitlLb.
Apply tousiluriiiK the Incoming week to
rent the Keck (Junrry on the opio.lt. side
of the river, near th. Iron lirlilire, and Uie
NINII TIINBMItNT HOimitS
near by. A Rood rock man can get a bar-
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