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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890.
A troublesome akin disease
I caused me to scratch for ten
' months, and has been cunxl ho
a luw days use of 8. 8. S.
M. II. Woi.kf,
'Tpper Marlboro, Md.
I was cured several yenr niro of
while swelling In ny leg fiy Die line of
8. B. 8., and havo hud no symptoms of
any return of tho disenso. Slimy prom
inent physicians attended mo and all
(ailed, but b 8. 8. did the work.
Tmh. W K-'ikpatiiick,
Johnson City, Ten.
Treatise on Blood Skin Disease
Bwikt Si'K.nKic Co.,
W. STUART LEECH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND NVR(ii:ON,
tlfTera Ilia prolcHsionul services in tin clllxen
of Ashcvltlc ami Ilk-surrounding country.
OPI'ICH Koom H McAfee llulliling.
Hnl'RS 10 a. m. In 1 p. ni. anil tn 1 p. in.
TKI.HI'lliiNIi (imml Central Hotel,
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
'CONDUCTS MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION.
a Hendry llloi-k.
a. ii. coim,
STE N tM 11 A PH KR.
A. S. GRAHAM,
, TlCC VCT J If.
I.nw's Htorc, Mouth Mllin
K, Ironing '-Tic.
With gas fine.
filling with silver or mulligan, . .oik io7oc.
- gold $l.oii inn) upward.
Set of teeth $il on.
Hcst Kt of teeth SM.OO.
No liettcr made, no matter what you pay.
Dr. J. II. Crawford,
Rooms 5 and II, McAfee llulliling,
I'nlton Avenue, Axhcvillc, N. C.
rNACTICK I.IUITKII To TIIK
Ke, Kar, Throat and None.
M. A. NEWLAND,
Attorney at Law,
Will prnetireiti the loth nnd lath Judicial
tiiatricts of North Carolina and in the Su
preme Court mid the Federal Court ul the
Western lilslrict of North Carolina.
illKII. P. tlAVII-soS. TllOS. A . JosSS
gillrigh. U li. Maktih. Aslcvillc.
JJAVIII8DN. MAKTIN K; tNH8. ""
Attorney nnd Counsellors ul l.nw.
Ashcilllc, N. C.
Will prsHllcr in the 1 1 til and ISIIh Judicial
Districts, and in tile tsunrrnir Court ol North
Carolina, nnd in tho, federal Court, ol tlie
Wtslcni lllstril-l or North t'nrollnn
Ki-lrr to Hunk ol Aslievilli. dtsrl
Arcliitccl Mild Contractor.
Plnn., axeincntion iomI estimates tar
nished. All work in my line eoutrm-trd (or.
And no chnrgrs lor drniiiug on cnr.triicl
Helercncra when desired.
illhce: No. li! Hendry Murk. North Court
Miiunrc. Ash. villi. N.C l.lilliillr
H. II. KKKVKS, II. U.K. i II. K. HMI1 II, II. Il..
Urn. Reeve ttmlth.
. DKNTAI. fjjj OI'I'IfK
In Connnlly punning, uv Hcdwood' tttore,
Teeth extracted without pain, with the new
snu-slhetlc, and u II cases of Irregularity cor
P. KAMHAV. II. 11.8
Over Hie Nlltlonnl Hank of ,llevllle. liar
nard llulldinii. Krsldrnce, nil Charlotte t.
KatWeirif iWMil n
, DsT MOMTMIV RICKNUS
If TftHiN Dunmn ct-uHtt o uit
jsook TO' WOMAN'ufV
mOflU) REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA 01
mm uyau uuninv
WALKING CAM S.
The Uncut iliflpliiyt ,vuu will wt In the win!
THE MODEL CIGAR STORE, PATTON AVENUE.
Pit irl tlit urnnKC en urn, nnturnl hnntllm
with chi vIiik; nlno I'piw wnml, Hrn triir,
I'lilmrllo, Hnlnnin, tiliu-k MiuiMrovr, tluiullln,
All fnnHlv fnrvrrt.
Hume ) tropic nfftre with Thr Hntt't oilnluii
nluMit turn nnti Ihlnifi. nnl mmtr ripl
iltin't l 1 1 tit rvcrvlimlv llkr In irt'l hnlit tif tlir
nt'wnncr whli-h In nrvcr (lull and nrwr
nfrnltt to Uh mlntl.
Irrintit'rnt!. hnuw thiit inr twenty yvnn
i nc cun nnB iiiiihiii in tnr mint line tor in'm
mrnttc nrliirliiU'ii. nrver wnverltiu nr wrnh
nu In ItH InvHlty to the trurtntrmU of thr
ttnrty It rrvm with fmrlrM In tell lift nee nnrl
tHlnter'iitw1 vlffttr At ltnm oplnlnnii hnve
rllnt-retl an to .he Itcat meiina of nn'ompMiih
littf the enmmnn purimwi It In not Thr
Htin'H fnult If It him icen further Into the mill
lilvhteen ntutrlrrrt nnd ninety li the yrnr
thnl will prohnttly nvtermlne thr rmttltof thr
I'rmttlriiHnl rlrt tlnn of I una, nml irrhnHi
thr fortune of the UrnitHrni-y for the rent ol
(he century Victory In I Hit In tluty, nml
thr lKlttnlnHof IHim In thr iH-ntUme tontiirt
nut in eomunuy witn The Bun
Imllv, rr month 90 AO
ImHy, er yrnr 6.00
ItuiitiMy, per yrnr ....... 1,00
Imliy anil Hundiiy, per yenr... , , S,m
hnlly nnd Htinclny, er month 0.70
Werkly, one year 1,00
AddrM THK HUM, Mew Vork
ONE OF TEN CHILDREN,
HI I.I. AKP TP.I.U OK A GOOD
The HlKheNt nuty of Man Itf Mar-rlaice-How
Man IB Kenned and
Purified aland t'p to the Hack.
"liootl morning, friend How arc you
nil nt votir house?" He looked rather
lanui(l and tired ns be said, "Only toler
able nt my house. The bnbv was sick
last night and I had to walk her and sing
to bcr about half the night and I don't
li'el so amiable this morning," I ex
pressed my sympathy, for I have been all
along that line and 1 said, "Well, you lire
fighting the great battle of lil'e, and it is
a good battle. It has its upsand downs,
its trials and tribulations, its losses nnd
erosses, but all these rehne nnd purity a
num. I used to be proud of my youth
and manhood, but enre and anxiety and
alllietion enmc along and humbled me. I
have seen the lime when I doubted the
propriety of mv existence, and couldn't
tell whether it wns best to be a young
mini, or an old man, nr a imiiiemr, or
dog, but I can tell now." My friend
looked nt me ituitiiringly, and said:
"Victory," said I, "has its rewards,
but they never come until the battle is
over. If a farmer 1ms laid by his crop,
and it is a good crop, and there is noth
ing else to do but let it mature, he is
happy in the prosk'ct. If a family man
has raised up his children unil laid by the
crop, and it is n good average crop, lie
ought to Ik' happy, for he has fought the
haltleothle and wlupKil it. 1 tlon t
cure what Count Tolstoi snvs, nr any
other count the highest duly of mnn is
marriage. It is the law of nature, and
ncrtaiiis to all animal and voidable life
An unhappy marriage is a bad thing,
but that is not the limit ol the institu
tion. It is the fault of one or both of the
parties, and they would have lx.cn just
ns unhappy if they hadn't got married
at nil. You are engaged in agood work,
mv Iricnd, nnd you must stand up to the
rack, toilderor no loader.
Mv friend oiK'ncd wide his mouth nnd
Viiw'ncd.nnd remarked: "Oh, yes, that's
all very hue il a man a children lire .ill
healthy nntl good, but when they arc all
mixed up with colic and paregoric and
sore heads and earache and iniiiuit(K-s
and oriuiunl sin nnd total depravity, and
von nre up half the night ami have to go
to vour business soon in the morning
and tlinik'H don t work right all day ami
your taxes are to pay nnd some other
little just debts n man don't care much
what hiipiicns. He can t work up nn in
terest in Sam lones. tlhl Hicks may pre
diet n cyclone or nn earthquake nnd he
says 'Ia'I it come' 'lay on McOufT or
has thoughts to that effect. Hut I know
vcrv well that after the storm then comes
the sunshine nml so I inn IkikIuI. 1 m
fighting as hard ns I can. Alwiut how
loni! did vour battle lust ?"
Just forty years, said 1. It takes nlmut
that long to' raise a full crot n honest
crop ol ten or n dozen a cropbigenoiigh
to keep a man fighting nil the time for
incut nml Dread nml doming nntl scunoi-
ing mid dik'tor's bills, ami tnxes, nnd
something for the preacher, and the mis
sionary, and the poor, nntl something lor
wedding presents as the children marry
IT nnd leave von. My wile was one ol
ten children nnd I wns one ol ten, and we
have L'ot ten ol our own. nnd it is impos
sible lor u mnn to uct rich on thnt line.
l ucre is no surplus to accumulate in ins
treasury, lie lives on a niriiiu, niiurigiii
there the law ol comtk'iisiition comes in
fur it an old man hasu't got but n small
pile ot hlthv lucre his chihlrcn are willing
Inr iiii" to live on. The most seltish will
divide with him. If n mnn hns but two
or three children nnd is worth $100,(MM)
and In ihls on to it pretty tight, they get
awiui tireii oi waning, n mm, woo
neither poor nor rich has the most coin
furl with his children. He works hard
and lives comfortably nnd divides out his
little surplus unioiig lhciii according to
their needs, and thev arestimulalcd logo
to work and earn their own living lor
they have no great expectntions from the
III man s death. I lie true men ol tne
liiinily should lie that the parents should
iiminiiiiti the children as long ns thev are
viiuiil' nnd helpless, nml the children
lihoulil iniiiiiliiin the parents when ihey
get old and unable to work. I wouldn't
trust n man with my mh-kci mine who
would neglect his patents in their old
nge. A thankless cmni win never gci to
Itut the old folks never get free from
care and iinxk-tv. If they lay by their
own crop, there is ucropof grandchildren
coming on who hnve to Ik lookctl niter
and civrislieii nntl pclicui mm nn mat is
a com lor t to Ixitli. Solomon says tiiat
the glorv of a man is his children's chil
dren. 1'heothes night one of my chit
ilr.-ii was admit to whin oneol her chil
iln.il, nnd I came in as a mediator, and t Ik-
nun her nnd her child were ulnd ot It
They arc awful bnd sometime, but they
inherited some ol tnnt irom ineir pater-
inl ancestor nnd some from original sin
ami arc not altoucllk-r resiKiusible. The
stik-k raiser sav that n bad trait in
horse will skip over two or three genera
lions and eroo out in the fourth. And so,
w hen wr renirllllx-r that 11 child lilts two
grandfathers nntl two grand mot hers and
eight great grandparents, nml n thou
sand nwny back and has n small strcitk
ol an ineir moon m us vcnia 1 ,fc v...,.
ili-r thev run liehnve at III I,
1 see lluit Texas is nuamst the siiIh
tretsury, but Ccorgiu is lor it. I see thnt
Tcxns nntl Kansas nrr for the govern
ment ami taking charge of tin? railroads
nnd telegraphs. I see thnt Maiune is
luuinst Ueuernl liorilon, iiecnusc ine gen
end is auamst the sub-treasury. I see
thnt .North Uiroimn ami aotiin tnronna
nre all limit ed up on thrse ouestious,
and so I shnn't loin the alliance until
t hey harmotmte. Mark Hardin U'longs
to two alliances, nnd he snys I can join
ns an honorarv inrnilKToecnuse I lurmcil
inr over len venrs. null Inlxired hard nnd
swent much, and never quit until I wns
MIHM.-I unlimited. He say Hint all sue
ill be uut on the retired list nntl will
draw a iwnsioil mill n limn warrant
Aiiiru is n uooii iriciiu 10 tne uiooriu
note. Hut I lielu-ve I will wait until me
nllinikv settles down on a common plat
lurin. I've irot n little slock In our nn
tionul hnnk, nnd wnut to know whether
to sell it or not. Then there nre Cleve
land demiK-rnti nnd mugwumps nnd
there nre some state demik'rnli who are
national republicans. And now we hnve
got some alliance demoernts: nnd the
whole thing it n tnnglc and it is rigui
hard lor n wnvfariiig man, luoiign
fool, to find out what gang lie belong,
to. I'm for n gootl thing nnd if there is
something liclter, then I m lor thnt.
Ill I.I. A HI'
P. St. In mv lust letter the tvoe mud
inc say that a woman must tie worth
$;,IIIHI to vole in Mississippi. . It should
have nntl $ MM. II. A
Mlullcrcd In His Walk.
I'rom thr Plilliiilrlpliln Times,
The marriage win not month old
and the young bride mid her visiting
mother sal watching the eliK-k work to
"VVI0.1 Utlml hruvv. broken. Iinccrlili
footstep coming up the stair ?" nid the
iiiothet-in-lnw, sternly. ,
"I noes, it' George, mnmmn. oti
know he always ('.uttered: nntl here of
Inte It seems to hnve somehow got Into
ODDS AND ENDS.
There are naturos so grnelous that
the pat:enco and kindliness of good
breeding teem theirs by Inheritance.
Mrs. J. H. Taylor, of Poquotannuck,
decided to discard an old pin cushion,
but curiosity prompted her to disem
bowel it first. She recovered just 484
needles that had been lost therein.
A western Massachusetts dentist Is
said to Itave a small boy sit in Ida office
and yell at the top of his lungs occa
sionally. It lendn an air of business to
tho establishment. -
Bydnoy Smith, In his youth, was very
shy. He cured himself of the disease
by making two discoveries: first, that
people were not employed in observing
liiiii ; and next, that the world estimated
a man at his true value.
An Astoria man la 73 years of age
and a capitalist, and is willing to run a
mile race with any man of his age for a
purse of $10,000.
The projected railway up the Jung
frail goes to a height of 13,001) feet, fur
above the lowest limit of perpetual
snow, nnd it Is proposed to tunnel tho
mountain the entire distnnoe.
Howard Taylor, the expert tennis
player and winner of tills year's Water
bury cup, is still young, despite his
length of servioo on the tennis Held.
He is but 24, having entered Harvard
at 16. Ho graduated in 1N8II.
Rev. Dr. Waytaud, who has boon
called the Cliaunooy Ueiiew of Phila
delphia In the matter of after dinner
speaking. Is six feet one and one-half
Inches tn height, has a dork complex
Ion and heavy eyebrows. His physical
appearance Is much like that of Abra
Waterbtiry, Conn., has adopted an
economical plan fur securing new sign
boanls on the principal thoroughfares
loading into tho place from the adjoin
Ingoountry towns. The selectmen have
authorized nn advertising agent to erect
thirty-six of these boards, on condition
that the town Is put to no expense.
The agent haw sold the advertising
pace on twenty four of the boards to
Of tho three prizes offered by Public
Opinion for tho three best eswiys on the
Importance of tho study of current
topics as a feat uro of school and college
education, tho first prize, $50. was won
by Rev. Hamilton Dnrtlett, of Provt
denoe, R I. ; tho second, of $30, by Ko
beccA Hhlvely, of Cbuiubersbtirg, Pa.,
and the third. $20, by Frank Morton,
of Clarksville, Toon.
A Greek woman who died at Liuifcr-
opol, Russia, lately, Is said to have
been lu years old. Hho wns working
In her garden to the lust moment Ho-
eomlng tired xlio lay down to rest, and
passed a way without a struggle. There
are uuiny eenteniiriaiui In tho Crimea.
Three years ago there, was in Kerteh
an old soldier wIuimi dismissal from the
army dated from tho time of Kiithurine
II, and whoso aiitlii'iirlented creden
tials put his ago ut 128 years.
A little 2-yeur-old girl of llrooklyn.
while pluyitij( on thu second Moor,
liiuuogod In some way to fall out of
the window, and would no doubt have
been severely injured but for tho fact
Unit si io pulled two pillow with her
that were mi tho sill. 8ln turned over
In tho full and struck with both'plllows
underneath her. After a short cry slio
got up and resumed her game, this
time, however, in tho street.
Although Rev. Sum Small Is a D. I).
and the president of a university, he
can't got a certificate of church mom
bersliip. Ho lost his membership In
the Methodist church when he Joined
the Episeopid church, and then he lost
his luemlk-rship In the Eplwod church
when ha went back to the Methodist
church. Consequently he has no hv
persof any kind to show, and may havo
to join the local MetliiMiiHt ciiiiren in
Ogden, I tali, on pnilxitinn
The Alticrt medal of tho Kiigllsh So
clety of Arts bus been awarded to Ir.
W. II. Perkiii. r . F. b.. "tor Ills tils
eo very of the method of obtaining col
orlng matter from coal tnr, a discovery
which led to the establishment of a
now and liuxrtiint Industry, and to the
utilization of largoimaiititiesof a previ
ously worthless material."
A pretty story comes from Rnglnnd
about a rxxir shepherd who was also a
geologist, geographer and an admirer
of Stanley. Stanley's publisher met
this man while walking on Heacliy
Head, and wan charmed with his learn-'jag-
The shepherd offered th" publish
er a pound -pretty iniieii nu ms nam
earned savings and asked if It would
pay for Stanley's btsik, promising to
send the balance of the money as kx.ii
IMwsihle. Tho publisher says tho
shepherd sludl receive his money Imrk
again and a copy of "Darkest Africa"
with Htiuiley'a autograph In It.
Wonira Who Mks II rnem.
Mm. ("aniline Overst stands at the
head of the wotiion liAniessiniikers.
Pur the past twenty years she has lived
on Washington street In one of tho
many oottnge of the Trinity church
estate. She employ a couple ul men
In the shop and works with tlieui
steadily. Shit ciui make a harness nr
trim a carriage, Sim Is quiet, serious
and biislmiwliko. She doesn't do any
visiting In thu iii'lglilxirhixxl, beoause
lie hasn't tlie tlmo nnd doesn't rare tho
nap of a whip for gossip.
Among tlie emit to which sue is an
honor aro Kllen Ferguson, of Second
avenusj M.irgaret iilineir, oi ranus
road; Ellen McCarthy, of Albany
ttreet, and Theresa Rocho, of Ninth
avenue. Iena Hlllxinie Is Interested
In th) (!hamlxn street wholesale sad
dlery tlrui. Kew York World.
Th Dally "cltlseii.
Is nlwnvs nllve to the Interesls ol
Aalirville n'lld Its lieolllt.
1s the most popular advertising me
dium in North Laroliiin.
1 rend hv a greater minilier of iteople
than nnv 'other secular pniwr in the
Is nlwnvs filled with thr choicest rend
ing mutter oi tn tiny.
hoarding houses lill their munis by nil
vertising in the Citiikn.
New, nnd nil the news, makes the Or
itKtt n Bcuernl favorite.
No retail merchant ever made n grent
ueers without advertising. Try the
An ntlvertisemrnt In tin? Citiikn pnys
tlx advertiser no hundred-fold.
INTERNATIONAL LKHHON XII,
THIRD QVARTKK, HlvIT. II.
Text of the Lesson, I.uke xla, 37
48 Commit Verses, 37, 38 Uold
en Text, LukexIx.aS-Coiunieiit.
ar by Rev. D. M.Hlearua.
Compiled from I-imcin Helmr Quarterly hy per
miiMlon of II. S. llofTinun, mlillliur, l'hlladel
phla.) !I7, "And vh:n lie vrm nmir vlijh, rem
no tent thetUvreiitof tin: Mount of ollvrn."
lie wns riding upon the nss' colt, according
tn .ci-h. Ix, 11, thus literally riillllling line
of tho last public signs Hint He was tho
lung predicted .Messinii, I .i" r- n or uitviil,
"7'ftc icinl iniilttiio'i: nl In- iiw-lples
licijun In rijnlvc nml miin' 'ii irtth 11
loin rniv, for oil lie mlihlt mrk whli'h
tin II Inn itii," They were con v I need that
Ho wax their Messiah, and, tml withstand
ing the pariihle of I lie lust lexsoii, they
thought He would now surely proclaim
HiiiiHi-lf king, and tliei-efom their joy was
liiiist exultant., their praisn must hearty.
38. ",Sniii, hliHunl he in KIiiij that
ennu'h la in iiomc of lie l.nnl: I'oucc
In Jnirvn niul i.lluru In the hl'ihmt."
Hit. "Ami mnne, 11 i 'inrxees nim
oiiioni the iniiltllmle hiiIiI uiiii Htm.
Mutter, ivnila: ill (Iscliilis." Thu re.
llglous rulers always ngalust lllm. The
people who ought to have w-uIiiiiiiikI Him
hating every word spoken in llix favor. A
III tie later, nx the children iirnlse lllm in
the temple (.Matt, xxl, IA, 111), they again
llnd fault. When there wax occasion to
rchiiku His illHcipli-s lie did lint hcsllnte to
do It (Matt, xvl, 98; Mark x, I II, hut there
wns no occiixion now. They were uot
nrulsiiig uny too loud.
Ml. "Awl lie (iiimi'i-ni mid until unto
them, I tell n, thu, If Uime sioidd hold
thrlr janes, tht stows icoiiM liiimiilntci
rry out." John the llaptixttoldthiikii who
came to him not to pi-lile themxelvex upon
Ixiliig i hllilii'ii of Ahriihiim, for, said lie,
"(iod Is ahlo of these stones to riiixu up
children unto Aliniliani ' (.Matt, lit, Ul. Aud
as to stones crying nut, onn of tin pnipheta
bad said that, Ihk-uiiko of their sin, "the
stonu should cry out of the wall, mid the
beiitn out of the Uinlier xliiailil answer it'
41. "Ami irfi.ii lie. una rome near. He
belwlil the cl iiml n-ejif oii-r It," Stelr
says that ho In xome sense IleMeeis over
all cities. While this limy ls true, His
weeping over thix city had 11 xix-ciul sigaill-
ennce, for this wax the city of David, the
holy city, thu city of the great King, the
city which lie h.-ul i-hoxen lo put Hi name
there, that He lni-.M Ix- glni-ilicd (Mutt. Iv,
5: v,M; l t-hroii. vi, (I).
43. "ShuIw.I. " """ limht knoirn, enen
lion u( hns In lilx I11 ility, the thlifju
ii'ileh IhIoiii mil" hi pnKi.' hut now
ik'u ore i I10111 Hilar , isw. thou
thy day thy x-uee: Uii wux .ion that He
hod ehoxen, t hut He hud ili-xinil for His
hiililtation, couivrulim' whli-h He luul said:
"This is my n-si forever; here will 1 dwell;
for I have dcin il it," etc. 1 I'm. exxxil, IH
H. Hut hy her uulx-iief xhe wax hliudcd
and knew not lu r day nor Him who w
her tiemv. To every sinner this same .lexiix
Is saving: "Now is the day of tliVKilvu
tion." "I mil thy neni-e." Hut of how many
is It so xtiilly true lliut "In them the gixl of
this world hath lilimlcd the niiutlx of them
which Mitivn not, lest the light of the
glorious loxxl of Christ, who Is the image
of (iixl, xhoiiid shine iiutotliem" 1 II Cor. vl,
II; Iv, 4; Kph. li, 14). Hlex.seil an all who can
say, I thank (xl that whereas i was lilind,
1 now see.
411. "for the ihh hIhiII coinc 111011 titer,
thill- thine, ,-niiiilis xlioll east 11 tit mi
111011 11-c. ion coiniiixx (lire riiiiui. ifnd
kn-ji ttiee In tin civoxii-." Ni it literally
cnuie to iiasM In iiIhiiiI forly yearH.
44. ".IikI ahull lull thee eren with the
ijrtiuntl, nml thuvhlhlren within Hue; nml
then Mhiitt mil fin iv In thtxnne nooc upon
nmitltrr; lit-emme m kio icix not Hit
lime of thu rlnltittlim." S-i also did it
literally come to iuixh, ox He said. And oh
IliexiiiueSpli'it luul x dil Ihniugli .Mie.-ih 7il
venrx Ix'foiv: ".ion shall for your sake lie
ploH'cd ox a Held mid Jerusalem shall
come lieaiix ' .Mie. Ill, I'Ji. lien wu see
how clearly events have Ikvii by the Spirit
foretold, and how literally they have Iki-ii
fulllllixl, how rnn any Ix-llever doiiht that
the tlioiigtitx uf thu linl sii:ill t-oiue to
piixx, that ax He has pro,xisxl so shall it
stand, mid that every pimxieof the lird
shall Is' iiihlllodf (Ui. xii, '.'I; Jer. li,
40. ".I ml lie leent fiin th 11111I1, mid
hrifiii tit nut mil them Hull ' iiert ln
unil litem lid em iht." Th" TaiH'rn,u-lu
of Misx-s and Hie Teii.'du of Solonnm were
In some n-xix is the most reiuxrkiililo
hiilldinini I'd. world ever saw; ehlelly
esuxi liixl alone w.is the unitiic -t of cru-h
nnd each wns m ule that (!! miglil dw
on earth In I he luiilslof His ixsiide. .h-siis
llmiwlf wns the Irun tnlMTiiuele and tent
pie, aud when the Kingdom comes we shall
then see t ho fiillsl'iillleaiio'of ea. li. Tlmy
were never iiiteiele I M Is) pluees of mer-
chuudlsc. hut rather Pluees tvluru liixl
might reve-U Himself to Ills inle. nad
where they might draw near ami worship
Mini. The w hole roniistiy of l-lh-vent U
now the living teiuplu of (hnI 011 1 his 1 art h,
In which lie tliKlrcs to reveal Himself in
men; hut the Church Is largely given up to
providing entertainment 11' amusement
for thu people, rnlher tlinn im nlag theiu
to thu liliHid and wilier, and hn-iul mid
light nnd Inecnscof tiixl'skultnl ion, clemm
ing. ftsl, lu-iveiily fcllimhl;i. l-.very lu-
ilivldiliil Ix-llever is also a Iciuplu of th
I lolv lihost, and It Ix Ills pleasure that we
should cleanse ourselves from all hlihiiu-ss
if tin-tlesh and spirit, pcrfc-iiug holiness
In the fear of liixl (I I'or. vl, I'.i; II ( or. ill
II. When the New Jerusalem shall huv
emm-down from liixl nut of Heaven w
shall ms- more clearly.
4l. "Kniilntl until tin 111, II In lerlltt n. Mil
Inline la the hoiim- of prui r; nil 11 hmt
nun,' If i if, n "t flifi ivs." lu Ui. Ivl, 7, th
rending Is: "Mine house shall U-calleil an
house of prayer for all ixsiple." Ami III
context riders In strangers Joining them
selves to the Isinl to serve Htm and lovi
llisnnmn. One of I hose references to the
Hixklng of nil nations to Israel when ntusj
the Uird shall haw nunc again to dwell lu
their mlilst, Il Is the exaltation of Jeho
vah that shall draw I lie nations; 1101 in
ileMX-riillnti of Ills leninle. lake th
Church of IihIiiviiiiiI. Illsli-ad of taking 11
the time with entertaining Hie people ami
jirovlillug Psxl uml Hi-line li-s lorine ixsiy
et the lit,,,. Is- given to earnest is alt In.
npon liixl In prsver for ll uiixuirlng ol
ills Hpirlt end the n-ielutloii of llliuself m
n.slof siileaiioii. and l ien He would Ix
ii or lleil ami all w oi'liliniexs woniu iw
eroiviiisl out In His presence nml the mnn
lf,-si-tiii,n of Hi. ii 01 er.
47. ".Iinf lo tiimiiit iitiiijl 111 nn ttiiifiie,
flu n-i-lili f i.rlasfs "" wmasiiiui
ftiecili-f of fin llioiili ollll In iixfl'iil
lllm." The iienl two eh iiucr. ii III ulve 11
oiueof 1 1 is tern-h ngs during I iieseiiiii s.ni
It Ixiium-full.i reronh-d In Malt. XX
Pt posed llil-lr lll. tin- heart li-ssness uf their
ceremonies, foretold more fully the coining
iidgineiils, nml made many reieii-invx n
ill siinrn lu iMiiver ami ulorv. Hut as fa
the chief of llu- people, either In civil nr
rvllatous m-lters. were enuc.-rncil, Illi
teaching fell on denf ears nml luwru full ol
hatred for Him ml ills teachings
The Asht-vllltr I'ltlsvn IJIvtrs
The Intest loenl news.
The fn-slicst Slule news.
The Ik-st general news.
Ccnrrnl nml sim-ial eommcnts.
The largest subscription list of nuy
et-nhir niiix-r in the Slate,
The IksI ndverlisiug mciliuin lu the
A lull slnfl of nhlc editors and corivs
iHinilctit. The nentesl, newsiest and most enter
prising pnier in Norlh Carnlinu.
Its eliort nre nlway devoted to the
upbuilding and development of the re
source of the State, particularly the
HiilxK-rlption, $0 x-r annum ; $11 six
month i 00 cent per month.
AN ANTELOPE'S MIGHTY LEAP8.
Typical Yarn of the Champion I.lar of
til 1 Mining Iliglon.
Ill one of the old mining towns of this
part of California, away up 011 the slope
uf the Sierra Nevadus, there lived sev
eral years ago, during tho active work
ing of the hydmulio mines, a celebrated
character whose modesty, as he BtiU
lives in the land of the living, rorbids
my giving his name. His Justly cele
brated fume arose trom ms renmrKauie
power of narration. He conld take any
trivial occurrence that happened in town,
dress it up in such glowing colors and
throw so many vivid sidelights upon it
that not even the participants them
selves could recognize it. Or. B. un
doubtedly wore for years tho belt as
champion liar of that mining region, nnd
one of his stories, that I happened to
hear him relate, I think is worth pro-
serving. I will let him toll it in his own
"It was in the spring of '80 that a
train of Bixty-five nn us started across
the plains for Californy. Tlie most on
us wero young men nn' able to rough it,
but we had three fiimlilies, with about a
dozen young uns among ns, nn' one baby
was born on the way. Will, of course,
fresh meat soon got mighty sense, ns
there was so many trains on the trail
ahead on us that all tho giuno had been
killed or scnirt awny. The young mother
she kept kind o' piudliu liko after hot
kid was born and got sick o' bacon an'
Bich like, nn' tho young fellers that had
bosses o their own to rule, thero wing
bulf a dozen on 'em in our train, used to
scour out on tho plains for fresh meat
One day threo on us got nrter a
couple o' antelnpo early in the niorniii'
whim our bosses was tn-sh, nu wo Jest
took after 'em, a ycllin' liko Coiiianches
jest to seo 'em run. Thero wns n couple
o' hills on tho plain that stood seprit,
witli about twenty rods o ground be
tween 'em at the fur end, and the crit
ters lniuloa break to go between 'em.
Wo wns coinin' on ni ter 'em liko wo
meant to catch 'em, when they wo thnt
this open plaro lx-tween tlie hills luul
grown up with tall cliapparrnl.
"Now an iintcliiiw won t run up n lull,
nor into thick bresh if ho knows it, so
they stopped till wo got a'lnost nn to
em, an one 011 em tried to run nock hy
us, but 0110 o' tlio boys stopta-d hiiu with
11 cluirgo of buckshot. Tho other one,
Beetn' what an almighty tight plain he'd
got into, jest uiailo for tho bresh an'
tried to jump over It. nl, sirs, he
made the all firoilest jump as ever I sen;
but when tho critter got up into the air
lie seed ho hadn't jumped far enuugh,
1111' I'm a liar if lie duln t gather him
self in tho air nn' gin another o' the
most troincnjous jumps that miy critter
ever did make, nn Jest went a-sallin
right 011 over thebresn an' lauded on
t other hldo on t suck and clean" Cor.
forest unil .Streapi.
Ilerepllvu Talse furls.
Kvi-rv one must have noticed tho Hum-
Ikt of ladies who wear short, enrlv hair
ut present. It may astonish you to learn
thnt most of these, charming curls are
false. Typhoid and other fevers have
played havoc with hair. After sucli nu
illness tho hair is almost Invnnalily bo-
tiously iiijun-d, nnd even if it does not
fall out It 1h -ri 11 m s so ill y nml harsh that
thero is nothing to be dune but to shave
it i-lusu mid wait for a new grow ill. U11
h-ss tho hair grows very rapidly it will
1x3 two or three mouths lx-foro it is long
enough to lix-k well, and in thu mean
time a wig is a m-cessity. The short,
curly hair look" mom natural than
dressed wig, and is easier to keep in
order, bo must ladies prefer them. El
lerly ladies, however, often uso French
twists and pompadours. Few peoplo
know how common wigs are. I havosome-
iuiessold live or six in 0110 day, mid a
great many ladies sny they aro sorry
when their own hair grows out, as the
wig lias saved them so much time and
trouble Interview with Wiguinker.
luvenlur uf Hit, Ilt-lectlve Camera.
It wns a Parisian who hit uimju tho
novel idea of a detective camera. He
mado a small camera, which ho con
cealed in his hat. A shutter in front
was so cleverly arranged thut tho joint
could not bo seen, At first he used wet
Idntes, but ho soon saw thedisndvautnge
10 was laboring under. Aloitit that timo
tho lightning dry plates wero put on tho
market nnd tho Frenchman's hopes rose
high. Ho could take his hat anywhere
with him, nml no one, nt a glance, would
suspect its double purpose. I'lueed 011 a
tublo facing tho person to he taken, tno
litt!o bnttoli at tlio back could bo pressed
uml tho exxwuru mado. In some re
spects tho lint camera was imniensnrnbly
sutx-rior to the toys now on tlio market
Now York Evening Sun.
Mure Thau An l.dllor Could Slaiid.
The other day n , Sioux Indian walked
up mid down tho street with a long
tailed coat on, gloves and gold headed
cane, etc., and put on Hgony in great
xhaxj, Wo just laid up our silk plug,
scrubbed the blacking nil our shix-s, tixik
off our necktie, gavo him thu Held and
concluded that wo wero no longer in
town. We did not ask him whether ho
would prefer Mug president of tho
United States or governor of Nebriiikn,
but wo suppose he will Ik- annuel beforo
election. liurdon (Neb.) Kopiiiillcnn.
How It, Spoil n t'lgiir.
A elgnr should never Ihi exposed to the
light. Much gixids as aro in showcase
aro sacrillciul for (he pin-is'so of making
a display. Within a few weeks tlio cigars
in an ojn-u Ixix lose nil the annuities or
tobacco. They becomo dry and t iste
less slid there Is uodi-inatiil for them in
this country. With the Kngllslt this is
different. They want a rlgar that is as
drv as tinder nnd will havo no other,
Over hero the cigar dealer must keep his
goods in a damp cliost liko a refriger
round for runU.
English Justice-Prisoner, you pound
ed this complainant, eh?
rrlsoiior Yexsor, y'r honor,
English Justine Fliutl 1. Chicago
ICiikIImIi hii1 French
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS,
No, 40 I'rcm-h llrontl Avenue.
MRS. BURGWYN MAITLAND, PRINCIPAL
i I'or ninny vears Asmielnte Principal of Mt,
Viriion Institute, llallliuorc.)
Asslaleil liv eorps ol eoinx-nlent teseher".
deefl it I ir
A l-'liic Mlork nf I.iigllxli nntl Ho
Will he glad lo see niv eiltoniei nnd
eelve orders for I'nll and Winter c lolhlng.
J. W. 8CHARTLE, ii North Main St.
A cream nl' tartar hnklna nowder. Iliifhesl
of all in leavening strength. I.'. 8. C.overn
inent Keport, August 17, lHMtl. julyUdly
MICKttltU KIM.KN lo
Iht mimt wonderful med
icine, in Iiccuuhc it ha
never failed in any in
Htitnce, no matter what
the fllneattc, from KHP
KftSV to the impU'Ht
diHcuHO known tothvbu
The Ncientlflc men of
to-dtiy claim and
prove thut every ditti
CauHcd by Mlcrobcn,
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER:
Kxtrrtiiimilrs tlie Mk-roheHnnd drives them
out 01' tlu- system, anil ivlu-n that is dom-
vou enntlot have an uche or imill. No mat
ter what the disease, whether n simple east-
it Malaria ei-ver or n coinhinntion of ills-
eases, we cure tlu-in all at the Hume time, as
we treat nil diseases collHlitutio, ally.
Astlnllll, Cniistitiiitinii, Cntnnh, llrtm
clntis, hlieuiiiiitism, hnlney uml hlver
Hmciise, (.lulls nml rever, enic
Tniiihhn, in nil its limns, nml, in fuel.
even- Disease known Ui the llunmn
BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS.
See that our Trade.Murk (sumc as ahove
uix-ars on eai'li jug.
Semi for hook "History of the Mlcrolx
Killer," given awny hy
J. 8. GRANT, Ph.
Sole Agent, Asheiillc, N. C.
novl7d1v tu fri un
The entire stock ul
ImhiilftiK fine UroorhcK, Muttons nnd Hruce
1-53-0 NE-THIRD OFF 1-1-3
Krglirdlrss of cost. Its we Intend In the future
to keep nothing hut Solid Cold anil
Sterling Silver Jewelry.
ARTHUR M. FIELD
I FAfllMR FWFI FH.
South Mala Hi. Aaheville.
II. II. COSBY,
i Sum-NHor toC.Cownn.l
Vt PATTON AVENl'E,
NltXT lu ll IK T" r.WANU C'KNTHAI.
Tlil., ASIIIiVll.l.l!. N. C.
THE ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN
In Its nsw f.-nu renin, nil tlio clisnvteriatlo
fi-sturss uf tho old nimi, with an mcnMuxsl num
bor uf ri" suit llhimriitlniis.
The Illustrated American
U h-knowlril:iil to Is- Die tiMliilsnliilHlt Weekly
Kews Msilnxllio III Hit- wnrM. Advanlano is tsk
on by tho iimtiagciiii-iit uf t-vury eiitsirtiinlty
to xix-ilrti tlio Istest ni,1 iiiosl relistilo llifnrnis-
tlnli nf toiiles of geni-nil nml interiiatiouftl in
iroMt In till, eoiiutry ami Kurns.
Corm.piniili-uls, Arii.l. anil Phntnnniilien
nro rniisutilty at n-nrk In all imrts nf tlio world
dl' suing 11,'in. uf liik-n-M fur Ilia readon,
The Illustrated American
la elnan , aliaalutely uiiM-i-tarlaii, free from politi
cal ihacusaluiiN ami he.-iv,v iti-tmti-a. It In eluliietit
ly a ui'ws uinga.lue fur tlio family. Club moa
ami asirtai,ioli will flint AUilHIca and Oamrs,
Yarlilllig ami Huso Hall news. Iidloa will find
" rurreiit Tnpli-a of tnti-nxd tn Wiiuien.1 Army
anil Navy oflirara will 11 ml Items and I'bnto.
Rrapba uf Army ami Navy Ni-s-a. Anllipurians
will onjuy oNt,irlr Amrrii-a.1 Evorylxsly
will enlny tlio Serial Hi.iry lij titgar Fawcott,
bosun in u, TA,
Cheap Katc-M to all Point.
MAII.KDAII TICKIiTH hnught, sold an
cachungcil. All lliinaiielloiia guaranteed
C. I". RAY,
Ilnoonlle Hwallllillloa Motel. nultldtf
KI-:aI. liMTATK AiIiNT.
Ml-ollli-e hours will he from this lime on
from in to t, Will he glad lo ntlt-nd tu any
husist-ss during these hours. 1 will also ta
in mv oitii-e nil' nml on from N to to s. m.snd
from 1 to 7. I will he glad lo show nny
nronerlv during thoae hours Come and let
me show von some luiiulaonir prnx?rly,
si l K KM
Hulnirhnn n-sldenee, one mile from elly on
Merrlmon avenue mail, lliinnaomeiy
inplrlt ly furnished niul cipiiH'd ; eauulsl
view: csirnsive grounns, two ovsi, jtn
eo as: winter gnrdeii ; lloraes and vehielt-!
,I...Im,I l-i,Ma.-sslon uli-en 1st of Novemtwr
tlwner neeupvlng In aummer only would
innke (x-rininient arrnngcnirnt with pnrty
deainng u wiliu-r resilience, aiiiiimii
aeptUdlm V. U. LOCK I1UX 833,
DO YOU WANT
Then wild youf order to
No. N. Coui t Siunre,
Aslieville, N. C.
i'rom a NewKpnper to a Vin
if ing ('ai d can be execu
ted in a workmanlike
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