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ASIIEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 1, 1800.
nbloaome skin disease
to scratch fur ten
and ha been cured by
( t M. H. Wolff,
r Tipper Marlboro, Md.
lied several vcant ago of
mIii In ny leg by the lino of
j., and bare had no symptoms of
t of the disease. Many prom
I t fJUkm attended me and all
1M S 8. S. did the work.
.ilA i.!PAOb W. KtRKPATRICK,
juunsun viiy, Ten,
:,'.iv,.,... i M-.r.v.
Blood Skin Disease1
' fcin Spkcific Co..
xty'fcS, Atlanta. Qa.
'.$'t i. JQFBSS10HAL CARDS.
Technical and commercial
Uw'i Store, Houlli Main
, With una fine.
s PL i with .liver or amalgam. ...fine. io7.'ic.
ii,, !iT " Kold SI. OO and upward.
r-t teeth sn.oo,
V;.;S .,. tft Of UX'th M.OO,
fetter made, no matter what you pay,
Attorney at Lawi
practice in tne mtn ami lain jiiiiicnti
-t. of North Carolina and in the 8u-
. inai Court and the Federal Court or the
Western District or North Carolina.
THln P. Daviiisos, Tmm. A. Jonki,
JlalciKh. J... O. MAKTIN, A.rcviuc.
JJAVIIIHIIN, MAKTIN & JUNKS,
Attorney, and Councilor, at Law,
Anlirvlllr. N. C.
Will prsitlcc In the 11th and tilth liiilicial
ItlMtrit-tM, .nil In the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and in the Federal Court, of the
Western District of North Carolina.
Kefcr to Hunk of Asncvlllc.
Architect and Contractor.
t'lana, apednention. and entimate. fur
alaned. All work In mi line contrnetril for,
and no charge, fur drawing, on contracts
uirmuvt whrn dr.lred.
I mice: No. I!i Hendry Hloek. North Court
Square. Aiheville, N. C.
, II. RKKVK8, D.O.S. I II. K. SUITI U.S.
Dra. RecTCS & Mmlth.
In Connally Dulldinit, orcr Redwood. Store,
Teeth eitrt cted without pain, with the new
ann-sthctlc. andall cjmc or imiiuinruy cor.
. RAMSAY, D. D.8.J
In Haraard Building Entrance.,
Avenne and Mala Street.
J. W. KOIXINOS,
I will practice in the city and .urroumlliiK
Office at W. P. Illantun at Co;' .tnlilc, 79
8outh Main .treet. "I"'
Vf.i . R. PENNir.l AN
THE ASHEYILLE BRICK WORKS
P. O. BOS P.
NUW HOU8BI NBWI.V FUKNIRIIUD
ALL MOIIBKN IMPKOVBMBNT8.
MRS. N. B. ATKINSON,
No. 311 Haywood Street,
THB LARUBST AND ItKMT BUI'H'I'BU
CHEMICAL AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORIEk
H. C. Woltcreck & Co
cokhultino cilui.t and HININO XNIIINHRRS.
Analyse, of Metal. Ore., Coal or Coke, MM
erai water.. rmii"i
TRICB LIST ON APPLICATION.
Mining property Inveitlgated, developed
DOU.ni ana ptiai.
Sample, can be rnl by mail or e.prc...
cat br cxprru, charRe. mnat lie prcpnlil.
Agcnta wanted In .very place.
DR. H C. WOLTCRBCK,
I Jl I m . ELI I 9 Mlk
rFR TO LIFE fib
ABSOLUTELY SAFE I
Burn Is sn Lems without dinger
Exploding or taking fire. See that yoa
get tn genuino. rorosiooy
BALTIMORE UNITED OIL CO.,
" ' ASHKVILL8, N. C.
AS AMUSING EPISODE
A Licensing Petition Too Bulky
for the Houbo of Oommous.
THE LIBERTIES OF HELIGOLAND.
Mr. Gladstone Will Wrongly Oppose
the Cession of Heligoland lo Unr
many Permanent Kxenipilnit from
Military Duty Will Bo Insisted
London, June 89, The serious char
acter of the proceedings in tlie house of
commons was relieved last evening by
an episode which afforded general
amusement. The monster petition in
favor of the licensing bill to which itc
originators, the publicans, had obtained
GOO.WX) siinmtares. wat carted to the
rjalaoe of Ht. Stephen a few days ago
and dcnoaitod in a corner in
ster null ponuiug
its prosentatinn to
Last night the three ponderous rolls
of uuiht, wh measuring sevou lei't in
dtiinietor, wmen we petition i-ouiyr""-n.
were tmnbled into tint bouse with much
flittiKitlrv anil nlaiwd in the center Sidle.
Thev rtlludthe sidle completely, nnd it
was uuiHiKHiuie tor meuiwra w
hear anytliiiig across thoiti. The Lib-
umlu Irnot 111, a lUlllritatlt HtT eUlll Ol OO
jectioiui to mTi'imilg tne pennon, kui
lor a time tne uuwis, protesu, penis oi
laughter and challtug in which the
liiuiutierH iuiliilged bereft the huune of
allsemblnmo to a deliberative body.
Order whs litmlly restored long enough
to reach tlie result ol oriieruig mo re
moval i if li. iiHtition. and it waa turn-
bled buck to lU corner without being
Harrow Liberal. Krvolt.
I.nviuiw .Innu 2H. In suite of Mr.
Gladstone s dmire that the Lllieruls ol
Uurrow-in-Furucss assist in the return
of Mr. Cniiie, they huve already selected
a caudluuto, Mr. uuuean, 10 oppose aim.
Th riiiimi of their onrjositiou is Mr.
Caine's active interference in several
parliamentary elections in London to
the disuilrantnge of the Ulatbtonian
candidates which the Barrows Liliernls
regard as huviiiu been irratuitoiiHly iilleu.
sive. His interference) in such mat tern
at home would have been coiiKiilerea
legitimate, but be is to lie pun
lulled, if DoeMlile. for his meddlesome
ness elte where. The Stai protests
uiriiinirf the randiducv of Mr. i Jlicutl as
an unwise move, which the Burrow Lib
erals will rue and fur which there is no
n.ioMiii. If tin. Lilierals will ilolllnTateiy
renel the return of Unionicts to the
Itiudstouian ranks thev cannot reuson
ably complain if the dissidents go over
to ine Aoiies ung uuu uagKws1'.
Gladstone Oppoaea the Settlement.
London. June 28. Mr. OludHtone
will strongly oppose the cession of
Heligoland to Uermany when that mat
ter comes up for discussion and will be
aupiHirted by Bir William Harcourt,
Mr. Money Him oilier leaning uim-raw.
In any event, .nr. itiatisioue win con-
t..n,l the inland must be fortlfietl by
Oermanv and the inhaliititnts mtist be
iiermiineutlv ezeinnted from military
duty or service of any churacter what
Licensing lllll Withdrawn.
1 jinimin. June 28. In the house of
coiniaons Mr. William Henry Smith, the
goverument leader, stuted thut the gov
ernment having found thut there re-
miunrd nn alti'rnatlve won HI wiinnruw
its proismal relative to the fund for the
purchase in iiceuses tinner me oj-inuuu
of the proiMMed local taxation hill. Mr.
Smith said that at a future day tlie gov
(.r,im,.nt would Minrieitt what disimsition
should Iw miule of the funds thus re
Cant. Young's Close Call.
London. .Tiine 28. The escaiie of
Cunt. Youim. of the steamer City of
Home, from the 1M of his sailing C'T
oiticate, is due wholly to his seamnnlike
conduct and skill after the accident to
hi. shin. The court ifavu uuu consider'
Mtimi to IhiMe nointa as bronuht out by
the testimony ana were oi opinion vnav
the errors of dipt. Young were merely
errors of judgment.
Fear, for the Til bee DHL
Txihiiom. June 28. The Eniflinh clergy
have become alarmed at the action of
th. iroverninent abandoning Mr. uos-
chen licensing clause, fearing thut the
ministry may also regard it as expedient
to withdraw the tithes bill. They have,
tlitn.fon. arranmid to orenare a uetition
to Lord Kallsliury praying tuai tne
titheebillbe retuined and its passage
Br.itUN. June 98. I'rince Bismarck
will establish at Hchnnhuu.cn a iiiinieuin
wlii.-li will Iw made nn from the numer
ous gifts which have from time to time
been presenteu to vne oa-ciiaui t'iior. t.
portrait of the present empuror will oo-
cupy the place oi uoiior.
Miners' Klot in Hlelly
Napi.kh. June 28. At Kuro, in the
taliin.l of Hicilv. S 000 niiiieiK had a con
llict with th lli. which resulted in
the killing and wounding of many on
Iwirn o,Ihi Tliu militnir have ueei
called out and martini law declared.
Langtry (ioliig to C'allfiirnla.
Lonimin. June 28. Mrs. Lungtry
oiwdi ltter and will Hit to her ranch
ealiioriiiii. HjToiiiiiaiiieil by Mr. tieb'
haril, as soi hi as slie is strong enough to
bear the Journey, to spenu some moiiins,
To Administer Home's Affairs.
ItuMR, June 28. The government has
apiMiiiitrd an administrator of thealfuirs
of the uiuuicipaiiiy oi nouie.
International Amerlran Hank.
Washington. June 28. The bill to
carry into effect the nromiiiendations
of the international American roiuer
ence for the incoiporiitioii of tne inter-
national Aiiierleitn Imiuk. tins ncrn com
nluiml l.v tlie linusu cnmniitlee on bank
lint and mrrency. The bill is amended
in such a manner a to perfect its legu
features and to make it conform to the
national banking law.
To Nominate a Congressman
Piiilauki.I'HIA, Juno 28. The Kepuh-
lifan conferees of Utlcxs and .Mont
miiutv enmities met at the Mann
lecturers' club und decided to hold the
convention to nominate a rongressmuii
from the Seventh district at Liuisiiuie.
Montgomery county, ou Aug, 23, at II
ON A DESERT ISLAND.
flhlnwrecked Sailor Mve for Five
Weeks on Heaarulls' Kggs.
Nkw YtiltK, June 28.J. N. Steam a,
from Nova Hcotla, brought Into port the
shipwrecked crew, numbering ten men
of theHeotch brig Jennie, which was lost
off Hable Island on the coast of Nov
Scotia on April 211, while on voyage
from Falmouth to Boston. On the night
of April 28 the Jennie was stranded on
n Island, desolate atrip of uninhabited
Und off Hable Island. Mate Donald, Urn
and two men were lost while endeavor
Itor to make land In a small boat. The
csntain, James 'tacDonald, and the rest
oi me crew .MtM'vYuruB leuuucu ui. n.u.
built a umd hut and lived on the isiana
for five v.T kh. snlwisting on sengulla'
eggs mid iTiiclcish witter from a pool
iriucil dv rum. 1 ney men is-gun cruie-
ing in the Isiat in the hope of lieing
lucked tin. Alter two nays tne oienriis
came along ami brought them into this
THE JOAL TRADE.
Another Advance In I'l'loea will
Proliahly He Made Neit Mouth.
PlllLAUHLlMUA. June 28. The steady
imprnveiiient in the coal trade is com
mented lUKiu by the loudiug proilncora
The slight advance In prices made by
tlie sales ugmits at their meeting in New
York on iiiesilay, renurts tun cuiuiiiion
of the triulo. It is believed that an
other advance in prices will be maUe
next moiil n.iiiiil that liefore many moullir
prices will tie nearly as high as tney
wore last lllll. ine pronuciem ii((i
nun il.a.iiWHM) tons is consul !.) 1
rather large by conservative co;U uien,
but it cannot be denied Hint miiwitii-
tundiug ihe immensu production, the
stocK a. tnlew.tter am steadily tie reus
ing, en .hill. 1 the stocks ol am liruoite
ii.il at line water aggregaten moie iiiau
l,U0ti,iniiMoiiH. At present there is less
than ItHj.innj tons.
Kilroiii Challenges Hulllvan.
Pl'KVM. Miss.. June 28. The eases
Hgainnt Mtildoon, t'leury and Donovan
were culled ill the circuit court, when
pleas ol guilty were entered, each asking
Hie clemency oi mu eourt, -uuiuoon
tatinir taut he was sorry for having
violated the law. but ho had the man
hood to stand the coiiseipn-uces. Judge
lerrcll stated he was glad the ueiena-
anth hud miopti'd this course. A line of
'.'.ill was imposed on .uuiuoon, aim
learv und llonovnn were eiwh nued
sliMI. The Hues were liuld and the oris-
oners released. Kilruill wus lil-eseut und
suited that he had challenged hnllivan
o tiirht to a Huish, either with bare
knucKlesor tight gloves, London prire
riuir rules, the liifllt to collie olf ill Fort
Worth, tor tin- purse oltervd uy tue rort
Worth Athietic clui).
A Hold Itolibery.
Uniontown. Pa.. June 2o. Paymas
ter AtKinson. of tliu V ynu coke wurks,
was sealcl at one ol tue company s
ollices counting the money to pay the
company's employes. Atkinson had
just placed the moiiey, l.'.-OO. in enve
lopes, WIICIl Slioiu-uiy a manm-it uinii
cuvvntl luui Willi n revolver unu or
dered him to throw up his namls. At
kinson mu out of the unite ami gave an
alarm. The roblier seized the money
and lied. A party gave cIihso. The
mlilier turned and hred several shots at
his nur-uers. The yard Isms hit the
liief wiih a stone, caiisiuu hun to drop
bis hat and Dart of the money. He wus
recognized as Perry Foii.il.Uui, a for
mer employe of the eoiiiiuiiy. A slier
ilf's posso is in search of the thief.
KiileriilHliig Haltluiore Merclianto.
U vLTiMiiltK. June 28. The Merchants'
und Manufacturers' association of this
itv tiriinoM'S to coniiteruct the througn
ticket syi.tem to Si-it York, wlileli pre
vents mercautiie buyers irom stopping
over in liait.uiore. uv reueemuiK tue
onnon from Baltimore to New York,
wliu-n the railroad terms would other
wise oblige the traveler to Nicritice. A
circular ixsncd bv the assis-iation Kuar
untees all inerchimts from tlie south and
wi-st trarelimr on limited -New lora
tickets to funiiHli in exchange for the
Baltimore and .New York column an tin
limited ticket as to time Ix-twecn those
Jumped from the Window.
PiTTsiiriui. .innn 28. Dr. George
Liuigfctt. of Bcllevue, jumped from tlie
third slorv window oi ins residence,
while teuisirarily insane from excesiive
use of honor and oniates. His neck
was broken auddeatli tvuiililitaittiilieoils.
The thx'tor was one of the Is-st known
men in weKt-ru Pennsylvania. Dr.
Lniigfc It wiui 4i yearn of age, and leave
widow und one cniia.
The Turner Hund Adjourn.
Nrw Yoiik. June 28. The North
American 1 inner bund held Miciul
and html see doll to close up tlie uiinn
lulled busiiii ss of the convention. Noth
ing of sisH'ial note wus traiiKiicted. The
convention adjourned to meet in Wash
ington in .lime, 18112.
MlliKTS OK NEWS.
Julian Harris, iu of Joel f'lisiuller Harris,
who reu ru-l mlliiK, Is In yiouoc.
Twn utt -tinieats usv. Ikuii placed on In.
DrniH-rtr of II. rl-nur. i n.nl i-aim.r,
Ism.. Ktrun a -tela.
Jnhnl'oleiii in. 11 y.-nninld. .nn at Mir tin
(.'ok-iimu, o( Wuburii, Minw., died of o)dro.
JndKn K. II. Kltslinsli, or th. rnsiirrry
court, was -lrlrki-n mill paraiysi. at uw
tloiiie la Kli-hiiiiHiu,
At I'urtaiiioiltli. N. II.. til. brlrklnrrn'
unlnn vol e.1 tliitl afi.r July It ulus liuur.
bull 1'uu.tllut. nav . I.lsir.
The Iter. Kul hi r t,'. K. Itolimert, priest nf 8U
AlnlioiiMi'. (stliollit i-liureli at Oi'ean
8rliiiiN Mix., rl-m biniM-lt In the psmonua,
ailliiliilni ie olurrb.
In Kent ennntr. Krntui-ky, Alfred iirau.naa
hut and killed John A. Hawthorne, lit. sec
ond rniiidii, brc.'ie lie refud to auoloiil.
faraliii iiliix DniKhaii'. Illtl. d.nshler.
The Inller In rrsnk llnnlii.r'. -lav. mill at
Nnrtll Xlar. )ll h.. eiuloded kllllna I barli-S
llrotvn. r'red Turli.r slid til. rnalnoer, nam.
unknou, win had w.- rnmiilntely hlnwo
nil. nd fnlaliv InJnrln. four th.r. ineiuii
Ins lb. uroeiieiur. lu mill a toiaiiy ui-
Ten i aw nf pnaitrallna from heat are re.
tsirtrd from lnilolllr. rnur ri'iiiii taiaiiy
It I. .tati-d uii.im. l.llv lir th. niurvlsu
i.f ieiiii. that Ui. pninlslioa el Uauv.r
1're.ldeut Hrny: of Aiuhcrsl rnll.ir. has
rniinel. In tst.e affect ai Hi. end of Ihe rol
lea. rear. Ana. 31.
Thn Nun..!' ilrlkera li.v. n-mlv i la pre-
will a mi-dal lo K.niH-ror Willi nn of Uer
many nn th. oci-n.lou or Ills visit u uone
li.ua urxl week.
t'lanit Mcl).inll, unwi-riitlntf attorney ot
lb. Csiisdlan district, t 'b.rokM Ballon, .hot
and killed Jam. Htubbl.fl.id, a latUbat
The Liberal Dilft of Helicon. 1 k.iuulit
The drift of modern thought, us any
one can discover In our ctiri'iiut litera
ture, in newspjtpcrs, mngar.tnea and re
views, is not antl-rollgious, but the re
verse, Tlmt tlie drift I nti-oee1oiait-
ticjil and anii-doimiutio U equally cer
tain. Thonuhitt hua almost al)udoneil
tsilemio utterance. Score nnd hun'
dreiU of chtnrhe would not endure
them. Tlioy wore once the fueliioii, am
public debates on the rib's and dis'trlm1
of oplHiHing sects were lu ntgii lavor.
We hnvo outgrown all Hint. Tliu change
is partly duo to social mid coinmcreiiil
causes. The Cnlvlliist has fulled ill love
with the MctlKslist, and has not found
tlio heresy to be very la-rnlcloii. The
Trinitarian luia cnti-rcd Into partnership
with the Unitarian, and dlscovenil the
latter to lie the soul of honor.
Itupntlenro with dogma Is not ncee.
sarily the repiitllntlnn ol iint'triiio. im
truest reason limy bri'iik with the logi-
ral refinement of ihe achisds. Tlio antl
doinmitia drift of our tlmo din- not Im
press inn as aulagoiilsdng intolllgetutn in
religion, as liosltlo to anaiysir. tienin
lion and svstetiuitio arrangenient, but
as luteiit uiion calling a halt ntsm sisf-
nlntivo iindncitv. nnd Insisting tlmt tho-
ology, like scleni'o and philosophy, shall
deal only with what ran be accurately
known. It deinainls the rigid appuca
tjoa ot tne Baconian mernou, m wmuu
foot are the groundwork of theory. It
demand a simpler creed, bat it wants s
creed, and it would repudiate any creed
which lacked the quality of aomprehen
don. The time has come when it should
be freely recognised that modern criti
cism 1 at heart reverent and Christian,
not flippant, atheistic and anti-Christian.
How serious, then, U the breach be
tween modorn culture and current or
thodoxy! To tne, at least, it seem to be
thin and vanishing lino; ana the hope
of a coalesccnoe in the near futuro ap
pear to me well founded. It cannot bo
otherwise. For reason seek the truth,
and all truth is sacred, binding upon
human conduct; whilo Christianity is
the religion of holiness, nnd tho gennl
nnnt energy in holiness is vetaclty, a
truth seeking, truth loving, truth com
pelling temper. Rev. Dr. Buhronda in
Newspapers of the I'reaent.
No doubt the present tendency toward
trivialities and jiersonalltii will con
tinue until private rights and public
morals are lielter protected by the laws,
and until the acme of size and profit in
newHpnpers has been reached, In the
race for expansion and owcr tho leader
who has adopted the readiest mean has
often imposed his methods upon men who
would choose the best mentis. The fault
of a lower tone here and there is not
properly charge"-!'") to the great body of
workers, for in the profession wiHaie
found today high average of ability
nnd conscientious performance of duty;
and never before our time have news
papers leen able to command the trained
iiitelllgenco und tnsto to enuiiio tnrm to
do all they are now doing for the develop
ment of art and literature. All that the
newspapers of tislay are doing for every
giKMl cause, and notably lit tin moment
for that of gisxl government. Capital
and tlnunciul success are of coureu essen
tial for tho production of a great mod-
cm nowspaper; but the publlo has a
right to demand that those who bear the
highest responsibilities of the profession
should issue nowsiHiis-rs which thev. as
private im'.f iduuls, would lio willing to
indorse iu every part nt men ot charac
ter, refinement and self resHX't. Oen
Making- Money Out of Kleptomaniac
"What do you do with such people?"
the reiiorter asked of a merchant
"We wild them bills for what they
take, when wo know them. If they are
strangers wo act according to circum
stances. A few days ago it ludy was iu
this store with her daughter a beauti
ful little girl of 12 years. Tho child wo
seen slipping a roll of costly ribbon into
her satchel. e spoko to tlie mother.
who Ih-cuiiio indignunt. She opened tho
satchel to convince us that wo were mis
taken, when It was found tocontain three
luce handkerchiefs, two pairs of gloves
and the riblsm. All theso articles had
"That was a plain enso of stealing.
What did you do?
"We took the things buck and said
nothing. We can't ufford to arrest
wealthy people and injure our triulo by
making cm-tub's among our rich cus
You were spcukiiig of sending out
bills for stolen goods; uro they ever paid."
'Always, where the ts-rsou is a klepto
maniac. We never have any trouble in
that way. I have known of stores which
kept a regular list of klcptomniHiics.
Whenever they lost anything tlicyscnt
bills to all of them. As they all settled
for the stolen gutsls you can imagine
that the busim-na was quite a prolitnlile
one, cau't your Lowiston Journal.
Thumb Nail Picture.
In collections centuries old, to la? seen
in both China and Japan, uro sH-ciuic us
of the most remarkable drawings in the
world picture of all kinds drawn with
the thumb nail. Tho nails of the thumb
on the left bund of these pii'tilinr artists
are allowed to grow to an enormous
length, sometimes toaft or eighteen
inches, and are then pared down to a
pen ihaped point Dipping this oddly
constructed pen in beautiful vermilion
or iky blue ink, the only kinds of ink
used In these "sacred "thumb null draw
ings, tho artist gracefully outline hi
work. Occasionally thn lsld touches
from the tndlo of a master in this de
partment of "high art" aro life size, and
are sketched bv n few sweeps of the art
ist' arm. Like other pictures and
sketches of tho Orient, these sacred
thumb nail picture aro mounted and
rolled np like scroll. St. Iutit Hepiib-
Cremation still prevails ntnutig many
of the nations of Eastern Asia. In India
nntll recently the living widow was
buried upon tho nro with the lssly of
her deceased htislMind. Within a few
years new attempt have Is-cu mailoto
Ona Too Often.
A foolish young fellow lit Albany,
while riding in an electric car, took
costly gold watch out of his iHs-ket, and
just for the purpose of showing that he
"dared" do it, laid tlio timepiece on the
floor of tho car, Jtist over the motor. if
connw it lieeeine heavily charged with
the electric fluid and stopts-d. After it
bad lain there perlinjai ten seconds ho
picked lt up and it begnn running again.
Some one in the car remarked that it
niiulit do it once, but it would not 1st
safe oxia'rimeiit to try it very often. He
scouted tho Idea of danger, and to show
that no harm could pome to a watch un
der the circumstance he placed it upon
the floor again, letting it remain a min
ute, Tho works Irviiiiio thoroughly
iiiairnetiziHi, would not go. and a watch-
tunkiT tells him they aro ruined. Ex
A Nli-augo legend.
A strange legend come to u from the
Bloux, who alone can tell the true his
tory of that deadly ambuscade. Tin
say that on the liilloek where Custer fell
now grows a plant never seen them bo-
foro a curious plant witn tan, sionde
leave, curved In the exact form of
saber, with edgi- o sharp a to Inflict
keen wounds titmn unwary hand, and
those who pluck it once soon drop it, so
strangely cold and clammy or its
leave. It bears a golden lined, heart
shaped blossom, and In tho renter is on
small sot of brilliant nil, llko a drop of
blood. The Indians regard it witn su
nerstltiou awe. They call it "Custer'
heart," and cannot laj induced to touch
It, claiming that tho blossom crushed in
th hand leave a blood red stain impos
sible to remove. Denver Republican,
THE GENTLER SEX.
Csrmenclta, tho famous dancer, can
neither read nor write.
Christine Nllnmm recently attended
soiree in Pari attired In a drea of
The Pcnmlc Colleec, with its spacious well
for the entertainment of bonrdi rs from now
of ngc not admitted,
As a school tor tlie tlioroueii education
section of tlx country. It turnislies rare advantages iu Music, Art, Language, Literature und Science. Pupils have every
coin Tort found in an elegant home. Charges are low for the fine advantages given. For cnt'ilogue or any information
;oiru milium) of tnu new tomato n-U,
relieved with sashes in very pulu blue
Miss Blunt-he Willis Howard, author of
duenn" and "One Summer," lives in
Htuttgnrt. mid n-ceives anil chiiproiie
otmg ladles studying music, languages
and the like.
Miss Juliet Coinou is now tho profes
sor of cinikitig and household economy
in Utitgers fi-in.-ilo college and her h-ct-tiresiiro
said to lie very popular among
Mrs. Martha Lumpkin, of I'psoti coun
ty, (la., is iu her uiiiety-eiglitli year nnd
'lijuys gissl health. hen ninety-Hve
urs of ago sbo knit si.xly-livo pairs ot
sis-ks during tho year.
Aniiiu Louise Cary-ltuvuiouil sin-tuls
her leisure tlmo during summer vaca
tion at tho sc-choro in knitting warm
shawls for tho jm Kr old women who are
on her charity visiting list.
Mrs, George Armour, one of the pretty
women of Chicago, is a brunette of less
thun medium height, with soft, curling
lnrkhniraud dark eyes. Her manner
is simple mid unassuming und her disjHi-
sitiou Is retiring.
Miss M. A. Booth, of Lotigmiiudow,
Miisa., is a fellow of the Koyal Micro
scopical Society of Kngl.'iiid.tiud is toeilit
the ilcimrtmeiit of mien wcopy in a new
monthly journal, cnlled Tim Olworvcr,
devoted to natural history ami science.
Miss Brnrkett, tho writer and teacher,
has had a right hand nidu saddle miulo
nnd ridas ou either side of her horso in
differently. Sho was moved to this by
tho conviction that constant riding on
the left side was injurious to both rider
Surah Bernhardt says that all lu-r ill-
nesses coiiio from g mug angry. Sum
Injustice, soino slupiuity or ingratitude
iu the part of those by whom she Is sur
rounded throws her Into a violent fit of
snger, fitf whlcii she lias to pay by a
sickness of a few days.
SOME THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
8oak machine oit stains in cold water
Glass fruit jars may well bo utilized
as tea and coff-u receptacles.
Leather ehnir eiit may Iki n-vived by
rubbing with egg white, well In-uten.
Wash white paint with whiting and
water, which is not so trying to the
hand as ammonia.
No matter how sharp a knife may Is-,
rutting bread with it or dipping it iu
hot fat will dull tho edge.
A saturated solution iiiadu by dissolv
ing alum iu Isiiliug water will kirp nuts
out of cliss'ts If used freiptently.
After taking eako from tho oven let it
remain in the pan alsmt rive minutes: it
will then come out easily without break
ing. Discolored ruttau chairs are inudo
pretty by a coating of black or golden
limwu paint anil llutsiicd witn a naiui-
Reaily tnadu clothing, whether outer
ir Inner garments, should have all the
buttons sewed on more securely Is-ri ire
they aro worn.
If one wishes to cool a hot dish In a
hurrv It will Iw found that if tlio dish
lie placed in a vessel full of cold, salty
water It will cisil fur more rapidly than
If It stood in water free from salt. Jev
IDEAS FOR DRESS.
Black silks are preferred In subduct
Round waists are still in favor, with
riblHiti Is-lts fuslrncd with a largo ro-
Hiisonos are inade longer than Is-fore,
nnd Urn double hrcistcd stylo is almost
Nli-ovo iniiv bo covered with passe
menterie, showing that they uro different
from the ImhIicc.
All I ho now colors lire lit tlio range ol
violet or purple, a Color that is coustati'
ly growing In favor.
Printed flannel, moiisscliiio do liiitu
and sttnM'd crepoti urn new materials
for neglige and tea gowns.
Perbuii tho most novel of nil trim
inlngs aro tint widu insertion without
point laid across tliu mint or sKins.
OF WILMINGTON, 0.,
A tlKAHI'ATIt III' Till!
COLLEGE OF MUSIGOF CINCINNATI,
Will (live Instrumental und vnral Icssini. nt
Mr. John Mcliiiwi ll'aor nt the pupils' house.
Term. 1.00 is-r hour. I'or further Informn
thin see Mr. John McDowell, nt Mrilwuod'a,
or address Mis. Jinklnn.
furnished buildings, cool, well shaded,
until September 1st. Terms given on
ntul rclineil culture ol girls mid young ladies,
FKOI-. II. IS. ATKINS, A.
Hlie Wa Completely Cured,
A ilmiuhlcr of mv customer sulVercd
from suppressed nienstrmitioii, und her
health was completely wrecked. At my
suggestion she used one bottle of Ilrntl-
helds 1-cinulc Regulator, which cured
her. J. W. Hi-t.l.i'MS,
Water Vtilley, Miss.
Write Br.-idlii-ld Kcgulator Company,
Atlanta, I'm., lor particulars. By nil
The Popular Cocoa of Europe,
The Coming one of America. !
aosr M-rfmxisu-KA.sii.r hkikstkd.
The Van IIoutens' process:
renders their cocoa easy of
digestion and develops in the
highest degree its delicious
aroma. It is an excellent
flesh-former, fifty per tent.
greater thun tlie best of other
"BEST& GOES FARTHEST"
alwavr wwd") it (A erfyiNftt, pur. tolobl
i t'ocn. Invented, mude nnd fminld
Ilollnnd and U to-dnr belter mm4,
morn ntiluhle tbiin nnyofthe inner-1
ui I Ml tut Ion. In fcl, U i ceneimUy ad-
, muted Mover KuroiUndconitMiraVtiT teat '
1 will Mil iruvt tliAl malktr CoooA equftll Ihle i
i Invenlvr'e in wlubilily, irreet.bie U-tetod
Dutritive qnalitiitt. Iaw. Mia fa the
i world-" Alk tax V-N Uui'nv ASD TaU HO ,
; OTtiKR. 4
RAYSOR & SMITH,
ARE NOW READY TO SERVE
THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC AT THEIR
- t . t r
31 rAT 1 a j.
l:iiK"li Hiid French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE CIRLS,
No. 4.11 1'miili liroail Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND,
1 1'or itinnv vi-nr. Aoilatr I'rtnilpnl of Ml.
Vi-niou In. Unite, llnllinion-.l
Aa.lsteil liv a corp. ul coniiHiitint Umliirn.
BUGGIES, CAKHIAGE8, BLACKSMITHING.
To Ihe clllfen. nt A.tlrvllle and vlHnltv
wotilil nnnoiinei- tlmt nt mv sliop. onColli-icr
street. neKt to Wooilhury's Mtnlili-N, I nm ts-l
trr pri-iinml llinn ever to 1I0 work In my line
Wiiuonn, Itiiuiilrs mm I nrrliiKi. niiinuinei-iin-il.
ptepiiinnu Hint liorse-slioeln are .s--clnlllrs,
mill isilivl siillNtiittlon Kiinriinlr, il.
My workmen nn-ekH'rn-iKTil ami .kllllulanil
mir t-hiiruc. lire niodvratc.
no.aa il n. IU MNIITTU.
( I'orincrty of l.yinnn Kt Child I,
Otllvc No. 1 I.CK"! Mock.
Htrtctl a Brokerage DuftlneM
I, on it renn'ly plntTd at H ttrrrrnt.
II. F. 1. BRIGHT,
UFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
DR. BATTLE'S OFFICII.
emssy en in pus of seven acres, will be oiirti
application. Children under liltwn ycurs
tins Institution lias no sutieruir in tins
! College, AHllcvlllc, N. C.
ARE THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
WIRE HANGERS IN THE MARKET.
CURES THE LEAVES ONLY.
We cliiiiit that thiHf hiiiiycrH nn. iluniKr
than any other; an di-tuclialilt, unU nnjr
niimlK'r vii n he uwd kt titlt k; itmurv a unl
tiirtii hunt (if tuhau'o; more tobacco tun he
ft i nil kt hnrn ; toharcn hrinuii In'tUr prtix-Kj
tlot-it not hriiiMi' ; Ktalk it nut curt'd, navltiK
Hit I ami time. Any hum can lie uftctl. Sam
ple ttctit with iattilili't tor ft n-ntH pUKtUKi.
Inquire for them of your ntorektfKT or
aKciit. If they do not keep them urnd to u.
ITlce per i.ihh), with mIIcUm, $s.oo
I'rlw per i,om, hniiicerM only 4SO
Semi vault with tinier, or k"mI iH'nt C. U. L).
TOBACCO HANGER MTG CO.
HouHton, Halifax County, Va.
ISSIll.l I'll IN.
Wc the tinilerKti'nrfl havt tltit tiny tlixftuh-i-il
tfirtmrlii ly nuiliial etitlMiit. All ohlia
tiullK not ot htr wise provided i'r will Ik met
hy,. II, Weaver. Any aeeonuti tlue the linn
I ate payahlc to either.
Thin 7th tiny of May. Immi.
The tindi rfiuned have thin day formed n
eopartnershiu under the name ami ntylr of
Weaver A: Myertt, for the pur pone it eonduet
iittf the rthm tiuHineitM in nil It brum hen, nt
the old m and of Herring V Weaver, itn I'at
ton avenue. I"iis II. Wkavkh.
J. .NokKia My km.
AKheville, lune it, I Mm.
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 miles Sou Hi of AalirvilU-, on A. tt 6. K. K.
Per Month 4O00
Per Week iaiK
Per Hay II OO
Dinner 11 nil Tea I'lirtlt-s on oncilny'.notlcc,
Thos. A. Morrlit, Prop.,
iprloilll Ante, N. C.
Aslleville, N. C, April 1 1, lssl).
The copartiii-rsliiii herrtofore existing Iw
tween tlie umtcrslnvil, uiuler the Ann name
of I'l'I.I.IAM Ac CO., In thlsduyillsMilved lijr
mutunl conx-nt. The ililitu due by .aid Ann
will lie pniil tiy Lawrence I'ulllam, and the
ililil. dm- to .aid Drill will he paid to him,
mid the husiiu-N. continued hy him.
I. AWkliNCU I'l'I.I.IAM.
II. C. WAIU'IU.L.
To our pntroiiH of tlie past:
I hnve this day sold my Intt-lcst und Rood
w III In the Insurance IiuhIiu-.h in Ashi-ville to
l.uwn-ncc I'ulliiim, who will continue the
liii.lnr.n, 1 ItctH-ak tor him a continuance
uf votir piitrouiiKc.
I). C. WAIIIUll.l..
nprl I d.'IOit
! OU KENT.
Apply to us durliiK the IiicoiiiIiik wit-k to
rent the Kock (Junrry on the opihinIIc stile
of the river, near the lion lirliltie, nml the
NINIt TI'.NKMIiNT IIOHnliH
iii-iir by. A Komi rock innn t-iin act a bur
NATT ATKINSON & SUN.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST,
Accommodations the very beat till, moun
tain country ran unord, Ttmi reasonable
as iiomhIIiIc to inukc them, llllliurtl., pool,
howling alley, bull room, music, etc,
F. A. MILES, M. D.,