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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1890.
fconld be displayed In baying next.
lnc above all things. In sclertln;:
remedy for any disease, you should be
positive Hint II contains notliln r Inju
rious to III" health. Mntiy remedies)
M Mm market leave the nMi-nt In
ikIi worae oontllllun, than before)
s s s
ti purely vegetable, and pnrfoctly
armless; the most drllrnto child oaa
take It wltli ihsolute Mifniy. It ronttdtas
no mercury or ntlncinla of any kind,
and yet It never fall to eura to dla
aaaea It la roromminilid for.
Bank on lllnod and Skin disease free
Swift-Kpeclllo Co., Atlanta, Qe
DR. J. H. WILLIAMS,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 63 HAYWOOD ST.
Hoaia-io A. M. to a P. M.
Dr. W. Stuart Leech.
Office Kaon. R nnd ll. McAfee nulldlng,
Houra 10 a. in. to t p. in. and to 0 p. m.
Tclepone No. 47.
DR. A. CRAWFORD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
ROOMS S AND 6, M'AFEE BUILDING.
RESIDENCE, 58 GROVE STREET.
CONTRACTOR AND BPILHBR.
Promptne.. R-uuraiitced. office No. 8. ace
ond floor. Hcndrv block, directly over port
once. Re.ldmce No 98 Itallcy treet.
A. H. COBB,
A. S. GRAHAM,
Mice-Over J. H. Law'. Htore. South Main
With a" n0c'
Pllllna with .ilver or annlgara. ...doc. to7flc.
.. ao( $1.00 anil upward.
Met ot teeth. ". '
Beat act of teeth H.on.
No better made, no mutter what yoa pay.
Dr. J. H. Crawford,
Room. S and 8, McAfee lluildinK,
I'attoo Avenue. Ashev He. N. C.
reacTics limithm to tiik
Kye, Ear, Throat and None.
Tho. P. nvinsos, Tims. A. .loss.
Kalriah. J A.. 0. MASTIS, Ant e Ilk.
QAVIHSON. MARTIN ft JONKH.
Attomcva nnd Counsellors at Law.
A.lirvtllr. N. C.
Will practice In the 11th and lath Judicial
IM.tricta, and in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, and In the Pcdcrel Court, of the
Western Wstnct Ol wnn vnioiuin.
Refer to Hank of A.hcvlUc. dtael
Architect and Contractor.
Plana, apccMcalluna and climates fur
uhri. All wurk ill mv line contracted for,
and no charge, for drawing, on contract.
Reference, when deaired.
office: No. I? Hendry block, North Court
Square. A.hcvlUc, N. C. fcbiudly
P. RAMRAV, D. D.H.
Over the National Bank of Aahrville. Bur
aarri nuilding. Reaidrncc, 0l Charlotte t.
R. H. REEVES, D. D.
la Coanaiiy Bunaiua. ur Redwood'. More,
Residence, 85 Spruce .treet.
I. W PRTHARD.C K,
W. R. KIND, C. II.
Bng'r Corp., U.H.N.
PETHARD & KING,
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERS,
And General Contractors).
Haperta In city work, luiwaTaphlcal and
plain survcya of el tie. and towns; designs.
filnna, apcctncatlnaa anil eallmatc. furnl.hcd
nrrailwaya. wnter.upplyand sewerage ays-
''specialties! The location nnd conatrncllon
of railway, and concrete pavements.
Athcvtlle, N. C.
P. O. Bt 40u.
UIHcc: Third floor la Orand Oiiera lloue.
no ilu dam
n.Y.. M iaiP ..nk't LNS
dlry a. LABOR
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON,
General I Insurance t Agent.
R.ar No, HO South Mala street.
'A.hevllk, N. C
uS 41 V
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED,
teal Estate. Houses to Rent
C. F. RAY,
Mcvbet Aewrloae Ticket Broker.' Assot'n
0 SOUTH MAIN ITRBBT.
TARIFF REFORM BANQUET
.WHAT MR. tl.KVI-l.ANll KtlU
ON THAT Ul'CASKIN,
Willing That Hie IK-iiiocrul SMrtv
Nlmfiitl lit- :tMrK-i.-tl-Tlii- HoiiHtM
ol Certulu HvpubllcittiH Com-
piin-rt with KvhiiIIh.
) Oiovrr Cleveland ut thi' Annual dinner of
I lie Reform I'luli, Ni w York.
I am ut nil limi'a willing tli.it llic clem-
oirntic party should lie cnliininl ; and ns
tending in Unit direct inn, 1 mil willing; to
nttriii nnu uikiiowic.ikc in laitn i
honest help Irum liny ttiartor when a aouie fnrU In tho lives of the pi-indpul mt
strtlK'Klc i iKililiilK for the auprvniiivv of aona fmjta which allow the reason of their
dem.K'rulic principle.. I.ukfd, I huv'e an ' m"l nml ft",", " ll";""-""'"'!.
. , . ', 1 . , It la uo amnll proof of the aulhiMitlelty
itlen that in the campaign i I'dut'iitum it i of the fullr K,w,.s tlutt the writer, every
waa deemed important to nmK-al to the I where iiHHiune full knowledge on Ihn part
reawni mid judgment ot tlic AiiitiKan 1 0f their readcraof the nature of the Itoinnii
people to the end t int the (lenun.-nitie
party mould, lie ranlorccil, as well as
Hint the activity find xcnl of those al
ready in our tanka should lie aiiuuilau'd.
If tins be treason in t ic aula ot those
who, clothed in democratic iinilorm,
would lc find to stand at the cm ranee
of our camp and drive hack recruits, I
cannot help it. I have ci me here to
night, nmong other tilings, to rejoice in
the mimcroub accessions we have received
in aid of democratic endeavor and to'ivc
credit wherever it is due for the work of
No one who renicmliera the hilarity
with which the leaders ol the republican
party greeted the message of tariff re
form, nnd the confidence with which they
prepared to meet and crush the issue pre
sented, can fnil to sec how useful a lesson
has been taught them in our campaign
Within twenty-four houra after the
... ..., , ,i .,;,, ,,i I
turill reform, aundry senators ami rcprc
gip th-r exuitatriu
the public nreaa.
If it Ik true that a senator from Ne
braska said, "it ia a big card for the re
publicans" thi big card cannot npix-ar !
remarkably useful to him now. for I
BlillC iuuiiy cumulus it Ul VUI IIISIV III
the ehnpe of a democratic governor-
If the junior senator from New York
declared that hia party would carry this
state by the largest majority ever known
if thev could be given the platform pro
posed, the reply will come in n few days
that a democratic colleague is placed by
If a senator from Maine declared "it is
a good enough plnttorm for the republi
cans wc want nothing liettcr," how is
it that he is now so dilligently endeavor
ing to find out the meaning of the word
If n New Hampshire senator Ulicvcs
that "the republicans want nothing Ik.1
ter with which to sweep the country,"
the trouble bis state is giving dim to-tlay
must lead him to susiwct there is a mis
If it senator from Wisconsin glccfullv
attic he was glad to sec us "show our
hand" he cannot fad to he convinced,
when he soon gives place to it real good,
sound democrat, that there was, after
all, more in the hand than he cured to
If the present Sjienkcr of the house sar
castically said, "itonlv shows what fools
nil the other presidents hare been" he
may well Ik excused, since he has lately
so thoroughly learned that in the sight
of the iKoplc'infalihility is not nn itttrilr
ute always to Ik found in the speaker's
If the representative from Ohio whose
name is associated with a bill which has
given his party considerable trouble of
late, saul, "II llic ticniocratic party nan
hired lliirchnrd to write n stump speech
it could not have suited ua liettcr," it
must Ik that circumstnnrsa leading to
his approaching retirement Irom public
life have suggested a modification of his
Pricking the Hutrlc.
"How ditl that stupid lellow, Crass.
euin n reputation na a wit ?" "He was
interviewed once by "in unusually bright
I'rom the Pllegend. Illtitter.
Vou ought to Ik nahnmcd of yourself
to beg ot your nge." " Yes, hut you see,
I gave up my business, nntl I did not
want to retire wholly into private life."
A QaeBllon ofHclKht.
I'rettv Oirl (at the florist's. blushing)
"Isn't that mistletoe very high?" Ho
rict "Well, miss, you know it has to Ik
high enough for you to stand turner.
TIMSTAK .V TUB HAST.
Hid you arc the Star In the Bnat In.t nliihl
T.lt the act of the moon and the rise or
the .un ?
Low down In the Hast with a nuirvelou.
It scattered It. radiance, fre.hly briahl.
Like the light of a world Juat beaua.
Char athwart the blur archway of heaven It
Prom horlion to urnlth It. glory wa. flung.
Vet no one In terror that .tar gawd umb.
And the few men who .aw It abed tears when
And still, throuah their tears, th-y sung.
Por 'twn. a nrir .tar: II. faMhouting ray
Ne'er b fore had been timed on by and, hu
It gleamed forth more clear than the light of
And the day-dawn that followed seemed
chilly and gray,
Aad not quite o blue were the klc..
IHd you are that Htnr in the Boat Inst night.
.aalnlKhtr Ab, no; It was aae. ago:
Vet at Chrlatma., for two thou.nnd year.
Has limited the Wrong and Illumined the
Por ll. ahlnlng la l.ove, you know.
Peace uin earth and good will to men,"
Ansel. In legion, their alad anthem aims
They chanted o'er .tnr-lightrd Bethlehem
And laat night I beard them all singing
O'er my horn., till my whole heart rang.
But that Peace cannot come to this world of
With Its healing touch, from the world
Till the children of men, be they hluh or low,
The power of that Bethlehem birth shall
And the world shnll he ruled by Love,
Vet that Rtar a. a promise. It. light from
Ithlnlag Weatward, already enclrclea the
And a Christmas .hall dawn when Its glory,
Shall (III etery heart from greatest to lea.t,
With l.ovit bora at the savior's birth,
Al.LBN I), BlIIHI.IIW.
Mtwiiethe inlcnlion of Tim Citiihn
to publish the foregoing original verses
Wednesday, but they were overlooked.
However, they re good to-day nnd will
I be for dnyi to come.-liu. Citiiun
REVIEW OF THEQIIARTER.
Iuteriiat lonnl L,eHaoii XIII, Fourth
Uunrter, Dec, ad.
Tue quarter now closing bexan with the
parubla In which Christ announced to Hia
dlaolples tho mutliod of God'a duallnu; with
sinful race. The world la typified an a
Tlneyard and the nronhet. na niesiuinuera.
I the proceeding closing with the murder of
the Hon ami n prophecy of God'a juilgmouta
on the murdcrera. Then follow t lie clos
ing acenen tho arrest, trial audaruclAxloa,
the glorious resurrection, final Instruc
tions and nscenHion. As this U an epoch
concerning which some historical ques
tions are riuxrtl, It sci-nix well at this point
to turn nsl.lo from the Uxla nml mention
government, and those who wrote chiefly
for the Jews do not pause to tail who
Annas nnd Cuiutihua, llcrod and IMlata
were; they apeak of them precisely as au
Ainnrlcan writing today for American
renders would speak of President Ilarri
.on, Secretary lllniuo mid Governor 11111.
If he wen writing of events occurring In
England a century ago he would be care
ful to add words explaining who the prin
cipal men were and why tin y took certain
aotion under the law; nor is It pusslliln for
the most utile writers to produce a work ia
one century exactly In the ut lo of the pro
ceding century. This one fact is a power
ful argument mminsta recent assumption
Of Inlidelity that the gimpula were pro
duced a century Inter thau their assumed
Of the persons mentioned the most prom
inent la I'ontiiia PI Into, and we know his
history almost na well as that of any nian
of equal rank in the last century. The
Jewa bud lieen conquered by the Unmans,
and governors set over them by the Itomau
emperors. Pilate was procurator of Judea,
" Governor tat governor of
in Judeu. Similarly, as the I'liiled States
government refused to take notice of the
fc lM ,, ', niltlo
p,Hte.H ,i,y WM t disregard the coin-
religious dilTereures, but punished only
plaints of the .lews on merely religioita
grounds. lie therefore refused to execute
the judgment of Annus, I'uiiiphoa and the
council, aa It was merely for nlAHphi'iuy:
so they brought n ticw charge, Hint of se
dltinn, to make aen tinder Itniuiiu law
Pilnte then nwmned Jurisdiction, and
questioned the prisoner, but as It was evl
dent that Christ s words ami acta were not
aimed ut the govern uieiit Pilatrproiinuiict'il
him fntiltlesH three limin,.lobn snys. Hut
Pilule "fciiii.il the people." Whyr Ite-
catise he huu airKitiiy caiiseM.serioua riots
by violating their rcliuioiis feelings, and
knew that he wus in danger of reprimand
from Koine. The cruel and suspicious n
beriua was then emis-mr, nnd wua chang
ing local rulont in every part of tho empire.
Pilate waa the aixtli procurator of Judea,
and hia llrst acts there had caused trouble.
He entered .li-riianlcni with the Houiaa
tandnrda advanced, and plaiitcd them la
dImcoh considered sacred bv the iwotil
The latter looked iiihiii the lluurea ou the
standards aa Idolatrous, and there was a
bloody riot, so Pilule removed the stand
ards. In Ida dilemma, anxious to placate
the people and unwilling lo slay the inno
cent, he gladly heard that Christ was a
GnlUt-eati. and Iherefoniaent lilin to Herod,
who ruled tialilee, but was at that time In
Thla was Herod Autlpaa, son of Herod
the Great nnd uncle of that Herod men
tloned In Acta xil, a mnu with nil the
viKor and executive ability of his family,
and with more thau their average taste for
social philosophy and research. To kirn
Christ waa no more than curiosity; be
wanted the Saviour to talk, "to give his
views," as a modern politician would My,
and bad miiiiu hopes of seeing hliu work
miracle. Christ, then-fore, received all his
speeches with adlgiilllcd silence; It wits no
part of his eart lily mission to satisfy the
Idlyrurtmis. Herod, therefore, returned the
prisoner to Pilate, who niada one more fee-
luVcfTnrt .Kaltisi the popular einmor, tnoa
wrakly yleldeil anil gave over tho innocent
one to a cruel denlh.
The suliseipieiit history of the two ruler
is in I lie highest degree Instructive, nml by
a series of events which seem providential
the facts arc clearly proved by the testi
mony of Jewa and Romans who. If they
had any feeling oiithe.iilijcct, were hostile
tJ Christianity. The very evil which Pilate
had consented to the crucifixion to avoid
won came tixin him; he attempt. 1 by
cruelty to suppress outbreaks, and the
cruelly provoked greater Insurrection. At
length be nerelrntd a massacre of the
Samariums, ao at rociotia t lint I he homr gov
ernment Interfered. Pilule waa recalled,
tried and condemned to Iwniahmi'iit to
Vleune. In (iaul (Fran.-). There niitbriillo
blatory leaves him. There waa a tradition
that he lived In a car. in the mountain
now called by his iinme, and drowned him
self In a email lake near He summit, but
thla la not proved.
Herod Anllpaa ludtilged bl. passion for
art and luxury aa loug aa llbertiie
maiued emperor. The latter, however, waa
succeeded by Caligula, equally cruel ana
.asplclous, and partly lusaue. To him
want Herod with a reoueat that he might
have the title of king and the powers of
his father, but It was his misfortune to
reach Home at the time when Caligula
was enrnuiil by the discovery of a plot.
Herod waa arroated and narrowly escaped
death. Il. too, waa baulshed, and flnnlly
died In flpaln. He hatl married a daughter
of Aretaa. klnu of Arabia Petnra, ami
pudlatcd her to marry Ida half brother
Philip's wife. This caused a war with Are
taa and much misery. During Ibeae
troubles llorod Agrlppa, grandson of
Herod the t) rent and nephew of Autlpaa,
waa llvliw in Home, and eo ualiied the fa
vor of t'nllgiiln that be waa given the rule
over Judea and union aujairiu terrtiary.
lie yieillCO to III. prejudice 01 11111 uuna.
slew the Apostle Jatuee and Imprisoned
Polar, and utter seven years of pride and
luxury died n miserable death (Acts xli, ilH).
When the Jews clamored for the cruoi
Anton of Christ nnd lllata urntaated tkav
cried out. "His blood be upon ua and our
children!" Ami verily It waa. From that
day forth immune multiplied upon mem.
and the Inst few yeara of their national
history la one ruiitliiuoua era of won and
horrors. I lie Muntue wuriu.even ml iuuh
hus.l Iti.iiniti aoldlnra. atMid fiaboat at
the frightful piuil.htiuuit t he -lews liroiighl
nnoa IkeniHelvua, and Josepluut pn-aaute
detalla which even now can aoureely he
read without tears. Verily "the wicked
ehall be tttrm-d Into hell, and all the na
tions tliut forget uotl."
No nill or nnusentiiig potion, but
plrnsnnt tonic nnd pingiitivc is Simmons
To insure change of advertisements
running on rrgiilnr contract, copy must
Ik hnnncti in nv in o emu n. oi.
VHAlKES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
iiunh.k,nlnn.n.a Ijia neln arttrlesnf l(sM
without the hnimhsMte. ol uatleiii if oeeesssry
it i. .h..i,.iiu ir,,,iaa infl will elm-t a uertn.
rent anil spewty core, whether Ilia paljent I. a
nioderale drinker or an alisilnille wreck, IT N KV
Kit t'AILrl, Uiinrratmaomilnlly and with ailrk
ei rt, inly mi
ths pntlrnt uiiileraoea no Incon-
HMWd. w pas book I row. to u. aaa ut
A.hevltte. N. C,
atiilS dwly atoa wed ni
a,,ieaijw.ej.evtiaita s ia . mnmsauiiimmsvmmmam
for Infants and Children.
oCMtorletoanwolladarrtedtochUdreathat I Caatorla enrea llo, ,ntlrtlin,
known to me." II. A. Aacnra, M. D., I Keatlen, . .
Ill Bo. Oxford 8t., Bruuklyn, N. T.
Corrected dnilv by I'OWHl.l. ft HNIIiliR,
lifl.-H,,l. iiiifl retail uroecrs. These prices
arc living paid by the merchants to-day.
Illlo L".Apple .10(11 1 "r,
gilfti liUlApplc., dried ll
UojrumpkiiiR.ruch fini Irrt
...7ii iiiiiSorKuin :iiii, an
.llWir.'Ollleeawax, IK-r ii
tiitoc..sw't..4.r,ro nill Honey 11
Potatoes. Irish 7OMM0 Wheat loo
Turnips aoiii -HliCom 7n
Mil ns llltlhl li Ali-m ro
Ctihllliuc, per II 1M, Data no
lu-tins, ur nu.liionr miilKve n
Peas IMhuT.llllny, ton f inctf'JO
licstuut. 1 atllCclcry, Uu urxn-Mi
When Daby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she waa a Child, alia cried for Castoria.
When .he became Miss, she clung to Caatorla
When the had Children, she gave them Castori
Without a doubt this medicine will cure
vim, It has cured thousand, lake him
molts I.ivcr Regulator.
A (Hiwltlon iin lMiokkt-fK'r tr itiht-r tiflitv
wurk Itv n iiiiui cMHTfi-mttl in Itulh -inulr
and rlouh r entry Ikut rrfvrviu'cii can Itc
MIIMI it I.M KKV LAM I'MI.I.I..
ilvcl(41 w ii Cherry St., Ahrv.1U'. N. C.
().MH WITH IMiAKH.
Hti.lt of nhvlv rtirntdht'il roum with lifinnl
miiintili' lor n iit'titlvnuin nntl wile; aimi tin
Kle rom, in u niiiiiIi iiriviitrrnnnly ol mlultit.
L M. TH IIA1I.1.V Kl Klil. 1.
Totmrruw from 4..i"Mt to $(l.tiiHt on iin-
provtil mil ci In tc. AudrtUN k..
tltt-w'.i till .nre .iiien.
L(tSTt STK.U Mt Oh' SmUi.X.
A Inriie sH lttT i.nii ut WtHtt-m Itotvl O'
mnv have hint ly payitiK for thin "ml."
Hunch of 4 ki vN nntl 'J button hook on
n m ml rin. LiIhtiiI rewiird liv Irnvmi; at
i'.Miltl I II1S t) i il II.
jj(M.s and I'Akkot i ok hai.ii.
I'or lilnl (tot; undone tnlkinu imrrot. at
Vnnuhun Mroa., cor I'uttoit Avritui nnd
llnyw ooil Mtret-t.
tig 8 ALU
Cow and coif: three uuiirter. lersev : olen-
diilm-lker. Apply at CITI.liN lll'I ICK.
Por a abort time, house furnl.bcdcomuletc,
at a rriLoniililc rate. Apply
JOHN cilll.u, Keal u.tate nenier.
dec!'-, dllt 1 I-ckaI lllovk.
Iloune of .1. furnished room, for rent for
i mouth.. Within three niinutr. walk of
street curs. Addre.. '-.
dccintr nox ana, .ity.
Puralshed house. Central Location. All
Improvement., Term, on application. Ar
ply 1JJ PATTUN AVIiNl'H.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NltiHT ONLY.
Friday, December 26.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION.
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAL CLUB.
Cun.l.tlng of the following artiste :
MK. MAX IIACIIHKT,
MIINH. AI.PHIIII llll Hit V It,
Leader aad Violin Virtuoso.
IIHKK KICHAKI1 POI.TMANN.
IIHKK K. HTOKI.il UK,
Viola and Viola d'Amour.
HliHK KNNHT OHIILIII1V,
MONH. PR. MPCUPtlV,
HliKH PHUIIIIK.'CK IlKIIIIIKODT,
PKAt'I.BIN ANNA C. MANTHLL,
In a select program, tlsuid prices. Heats on
sale at J. P. Hawyer'a, No. IS Patton Ave.,
Tueaday, ncccmlwr 113. Kcmember the daw.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ONE WEEK AND USUALMATINEEI,
Monday, Dec. 29U1.
The Charming and Versatile Artl.t,
nil an cxcellrnt cnmiwny under the mati
Walter S. Baldwin,
Presenting a new and brilliant reportolre of
COMEDIES ANO DRAMAS,
A II MISSION 1
N cm reed aeala on sale Saturday at Haw
Ttr'e Clothing Store.
Without lujunous meoicatioo.
Tbs CsitTAoa Coarasi, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
IP FOFB HACK ACHKM,
Or yon are nil worn out, really gissl fornotn
Ilia-, It Is Kclieml deblliiy. Try
I' erOl cure you, cleanse your liver, aud gie
a guud apputite.
Worth One multireel nollarn.
Mv wife used only two bottles of
"Mother's I'ricnd" bclore her third con
finement. Snvs she would not lx- with
out it lor hundreds of dollars. Hud not
half as much trouble as before.
Lincoln Parish, I.n.
Write Dratllicld Regulator Company,
Atlanta, Gn foi particulars. By all
Mra. llulyliurton has removed to No. gatj
North Main .treet, where she Is permanently
located for the next HO days. She will sell her
entire stock of millinery at cost.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
An cot fur Krmi Creek Woolen Mill.
North M utn AaheTille, N. C.
odel Cigar Stor
ll PATTON AVKKtrK,
it.. ..l. .l n tlni. fi.sortnient of real Mcer.
Iininn nnd l-'rcneh llrler Pipes. Also Ciunr
and Ciltarette Holder.. ClKiir nnd Cluarettc
l.as. a new lot of imported and domestic
ClKiirs; a line lot of Walking enncs.
LADIES, PLEASE REMEMBER.
Mar Pane Smith, lute from New York, at
S7 South Mnln St., is now fully prepared to
do the most atvllshilrcasmnkiiig lit the short
t notice. Perfect tit euiiranteed. Also
I'ntentir of Pnncy Combination Mull
sold nnd mndc to order. I'nteut hut ami bon
net supporter. B7 South Main street, over
A full line of
Xovcltiea of fill kind for
AS II.U'STKATliU Wlil-KIA'.
The Twelfth Voliime of llurH-r's Yotinu
People Ih-uIiis on Noveiiihcr 4, Ixtitl. Thi.
Ik-si noil m st coinprt-lu-nsive weekly in tlu
world for younu renders presents a rich and
attractive proKrnininc. In lietion there will
lie "Cotnptntitca: A Story of the I'liilns." by
Kirk Muuroc; "Men of Iron," a romance, by
Howard fvle. with Illustrutlona liy the au
thor: "I'lvlnn Hill Pnria," by Sophilc Sweet;
"Tin Mm'n Prime." by H. K. Muiiklttrlcki
and "Vellowtop." bv Annie llronson Kin.
In addition to these live aerials, there will
lie stories In two or three pnr's by Thomas
Nrl.cn Piute. Ilinlmar lljorlh lloyesen, Hd
win l.nsntter llynnrr, Harriet I'rescolt
SiHifTord. Marv R. Wilkin.. Nora Perry, nnd
others. Short stories, and article, on science,
history, travel, adventure, u'liiicsnnd sports,
with hundreds of Illustrations of the hiutiest
character, will render llnriwr'n Voinm Pen.
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kst reading for buys and itirla.
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the riiiht iroiortions to cuptivate tile molds
of the younit. ami at the siiine time to de
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