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ASHEVILLE DAILY CITIZEN: )VEUNKSDAY EVENINO, MAY 7, 1800.
AN INTERESTING TALK
LECTURE ON RUSSIA BY
ONE WHO KNOWS.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
H. D. CHILD, Business Manager.
Tns DtiLT CtTiiiN will be published every
afternoon (except Sunday) at the fallowing
rate, .tncny our
One Year fl.00
8lx Month 3.00
Three Month. 1.60
One Month 50
one week IS I
Our carrier, will deliver the naner everv I
afternoon in everv Dart of the citv toour.ub- I
thrc.TPiNCofflcent,ng " "" MR. P. A. DEMENS DISCUSSES THE
advextibtno Katbs Reasonable, and made eilBlr.T , Ae-p kiiut
known on application at thie office. All SUDdtCT LAo I Nib If I.
tranaient adverttacmcnta must be paid in ad
The ClTIZK-M la the tnnst tnalvl rimi.
lated and widely read newspaper in Western Home of the Abutter KxlHtliiK I II.
Ita dlacuaaton of public men and measures I
knows no personal allegiance in treatinit pub
is In the interest of public inteinity, honeat
government, and proaierous industry, and it I
der the Present averitmeiit
A Terrible Htnte of AfTalm.
The announcement thiit Mr. P. A. I'c
mens would lecture on Kussin nt the V
M. C. A. Inst niuht drew a liirc;e crowd
and the lecture hall was eomliirtnlily
crowded. There were a number of ladies
present. The subject, as published, was
"Kussin and its tiovernmcnt, as seen by
a Russian," and the Sicnkcr delivered an
"One of the best modern observers ol
natural lite," he said, "makes the state
meat that m this eouutrv the amount ol
knowledge is not large, but is remark
I ably well distributed among all classes
Should he have had an opportunity ti
travel in Russia, he would have said that
the amount there is not large and is un
evenly distributed, In other words, tliecd-
united ami uneducated classes are divided.
While Russia is the largest eouutrv on
T. M. Chopin is at the Swannanoa curth aml wlljc i,t.r naln,i resources
trom New ork. ua rirli im nnv. lu-r wi'fdtti ia tin low-
A. L. Lynhnin, of Richmond, Va., is at est, ier capita, in the world.
the Swannanoa. "The explanation is the division oi'tln
John J, Erwin represents lirooklvn ut classes. The history of Russia began
I.IHH) years ago, ami began by a very
uiiiiiuc episode. The dill'creiit trilxs liv
ing in that part ol the world seat an
embassy to theeople in the surrounding
parts, and told them: 'Our eouutrv is
rich, but needs development. Conic am!
rule us and help to develop the re
sources.' A trilie was scut down who
laid the foundation of the Russian des
potism of to-day. This brings about a
Kpecimen copies of any edition will be sent I
iree to any one sending tneir address.
Reading notices ten cents tier line. Obitu
ary. niarriaKC and society notices lifty ccnta I
each (not exceeding ten lines) or fifty ccuts
Wednesday", may f. lsuo.
THE DAILY CITIZKN
Is on sale at the following places in Aahcvlllc:
e. 1 i inn orriea.
BATTBKY PARK NKW8 STAND.
(iLKN HlICK NliWS STAND,
MODBLCIOAR STORK. Patton Ave
J. CARSON'S NliWS STOKH, North Court
PERTINENT AND PERSONAL.
News) About AHbevtlllanH and ol
ttlrangers) within Our UateH.
G. W. Crawford, of Marion, is at the
the Uuttcry I'ark.
Collector J. B. Eaves, of Stntesville, if
at the Swannanoa.
II. F. Conway represents Louisville at
the Battery I'nrk.
Geo. II. IVtimnn, of I'hiladelphia, is at
the Battery I'ark.
There were lO.'l arrivals at the princi
pal hotels Monday.
A plate glass front will Ik.- put in Car- nation of ll'ti.iiiMl.Oiiii souls, who art
michacl's drug store,
Thos. J. Guiidson, of rcuiisylvania, it-
at the Battery I'ark.
W. F. Kolwrtson, representing Atlanta
is at the Grand Central.
M. Kunisey, of St. Louis, is at the Bat
tery I'ark with his family.
. A. .Metis, ol loltimbiu, h. C, is rcg
istercd at the Battery I'ark.
Dr. A. B. Lcvm.iu and wife are at tin
Battery I'ark from Baltimore.
J. II. Helm, wile and son, of Peru, In
diana, are at the Grand Central.
C. O. Remington represents Providence.
K. I., in the arrivals at the Swnniinuo;
A. II. Dillingham and wife, of Philadel
phia, arc quartered at the Battery Park
Miss Annie West is in charge ol tin
more oppressed than were ever any
slaves in this eouutrv. i .icse rul
ers divided Russia among themselves,
which was the licgimiiug of the innumer
able small states that divided the conn
try for several centuries. In the six
teen til century the Moscow principality
brought all these together. The nobii
itv was formed to oppress others. Tl.:.
nobility was unlike thai ol other Hiiru-K-nii
countries. It had all the education
anil refinement. The rest of the n'opli
did not know how to read or write.
it is the same to-day. Onlv ." ki
cent, of the Russians can read or write
while the other '.." ier cent, are iieilicllt
illiterate And the government is slrug
gling to keep the ." n-r cent, of cilticalcil
from teaching the rest. That is the root
of the trouble of the present day. V
Mission Hospital for the next two weeks. I have been unhappy. We have hail n
W. S. Sanmson and wife arc at tin statesmen. It we had had a statesi.iau
. i ...
Battery I'ark. They are from Cincin
J. K. Reed & Co., arc the latest sub-
seriliers to the telephone list. Their num
her is Gli.
U. M M. and John Young and T. A
I.ove arc at the Grand Central from link
crsville, N. C
Chns. V. Wreaks and Henry Wreaks
are registered at the Battery I'ark. They
are from New York.
L. F. Whitin and wife, of New York.
ami Edward Whititi, ol Whitinsville,
Mass., are at the Battery I'ark.
Clerk Miller was "his honor" in tin
Mayor's court this morning. Mayor
Illnnton was attending the funeral ol
Mr. Perry Gaston. There was but out
ensc. Thomas Hendricks was charged
with being drunk. He pleaded guilty and
was fined $3.
like George Washington or Abraham Lin
coln something would have been done to
remedy the great evil. The nation prayed
lor relonns. Thev were given bv Alex
ander II, who was n man ol good iiiu-ii
lions hut no force, and could not lead
But they were soon curtailed, and tin
nation was. in some eases, wm seoii thai
"Take one ol the greatest things Alex
inner 11 ever tlul the eir.autiiatiim ot
slaves in l.st',1. Bv that ,ninl ni
people were lilicraicil. He was advised
to give them laud on t liieh to ma ket licit
living, ami the amount T capita was
decided on, but when the order came nut
tnc amount nan neeti cut iiown lo one-
third ot the original, and was not enough
to make a subsistence for the jieoplc. A
law was made prohibiting these icoplc
Irom moving off of that land without
IK'rtnission. Such freedom is pot iridium.
v... I :.. . I , , . , .
.i iiaviug lanu euougii lomakea living
Deputy Sheriff F. M. Jones, uccompa- the slavery still exists. Thes-inopli-i-.m
met by L. . rerguson, left to-day lor not move and cannot make a livin,', ami
Kuleigh. They goto take three prison-1 have to work lor the landowners and
ers to the State penitentiary, who wen former slaveholders. Therefore the slav-
sentenccd at the last term of the criminal ery is just us bad as ever,
court, ine prisoners are vtm. asiic- "Russia wis no bo.lv. lit., ii... I ,,
more, stealing saddle, one yenr; John States congress or the State Icgislatute
Hawkins, assault, one year, and I.llen to enact laws. The laws are formed bv
Leach, larceny, one year. the person in power and the one who Ik.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Conant leave fl)r "n""' with the Emiiiior. A new man
the West to-dnv. to Ik cone for the sum- 1B l" "l,n" lm" ,;,v"r " the I. in
mcr certainly, and possibly not to return
at all. Mr. Connnt has been somewhat
actively engnged in business here for sev
eral years having made several invest
ments, and has been a most active Ma
son. Airs, lonnnt nits always taken a
great interest and has been a most earn
est worker in the city charities, particu
larly the Mission Hospital. They have
made many friends and will be much
THE LOST IS FOUND.
peror and abolish this law iiiimediatilv
For the same crime in one province a
man may Ik- shot, while in another In
will receive only a slight leprimand.
There are no laws to govern all alike. It
is left to the discretion of the provincial
governor. He may be good or bad and
the Jienple have to subject themselves en
tirely to his will.
There is no use to try to defend your
self when the police are after you,
"To show to what extent the personal
will of the governor will take n iicrson, 1
will give an illustration. A certain man
wrote an article lor a magazine about
Russia, mid the censor allowed it to an-
Urecley Wentall la In HomIoii F.ii,
Greeley Wcstoll, the eighteen year old iienr, mid be circulated. The mnn was
son of Major T. C. Westatl, who somys- exiled for life for writing the article. No
tcriously disappeared on April 24, has article can npiear without this censor
been heard from. He is at Boston enjoy- ship. There is a department nt St.
ing good health and soys that he is Petersburg that reads all of them, and
happy. I marks out what cannot appear. Think
A letter was received from him by his of a daily paper in Asheville where the
father this morning. It does not refer in editor has to send all his articles to New
any way to the strange manner in which York or Washington before they can
he left the city, but goes at once into a come out. In Russia all papers have to
description of his trip. He went first to I do it, and it takes six months for the
New York, he writes, and spent two I article to return to some parts of the
days there. He did not like the city and country. All books are the same way
went over to Boston. When he wrote he I have seen books with parts taken out
had been there a week, was becoming and the tense entirely destroyed. Once
more and more satisfied with the city and when u editor in En stern Siberia whose
thought of locating there. He spoke of I paper was mangled In that way, de-
having visited all the various points of I stroying the sense of the article, left
interest and particularly of the music he blank places for what was marked out,
heard at different placet of amusement he was punished for that, for the people
and church. are not allowed to think anything that
When the lad left it was not known it not pleasing to the government.
that he had any money, and just how he "Thousands and thousands of young
bat found meant to gratify hit taste for men and women are ycurly exiled for life
music he does not explain. No mention withouttrinl. Some very often by m it
it made in the letter of hit being at work, take. If there happens to be two men
nd he does not tpeak of returning. He of the tame name, when one commits a
took no baggage with him and wore crime both are exiled, because the gov,
only light tuit of clothing. The only ernment tnyt It it better to have both
reference made to hit running away it in than not the right one. These coses
the war be signed himself. It was come by the doient.
"Your reckless son." "I think there it not an educated fnmilv
in Russia that has not some member
killed or exiled to Siberia. As only a
small part are educated, only a small
part are er8ccuted, The government
don't enre to persecute an uneducated
nan whose only aim is to make bread
and wdio ' working for $3 per month,
which is good pay there.
"The system of spies is astonishing.
The government sustains niorespicsthnn
regular officers. There are (100 teachers
employed by the department of educa
tion, mid 1200 iti8iectors are hired to
watch them. I was at the head ol this
department at one time, and it took all
my time to sec that these iusinetors did
not entirely destroy the teachers. One
teacher aas exiled for life because he had
a Holy Bible in his possession. The spy
was a fellow who could not read, ami
found the Bible, which was in Hebrew,
and he arrested the teacher for having
a dangerous book in his possession. Sev
eral of my personal acquaintances have
been taken out at night by the police
ami their friends don't know to-day
whether they (ire dead or alive. There
are hundreds and thousands of coplc all
ver Russia, of whom it is not known
whether thev are dead or alive.
"The statistics ol" the department ol
justice show the criminality of Russiu to
lie only U." kt cent, of that of France or
tiermany. l-orty ier cent, ol these are
crimes unknown in any other country.
The passports, w hich are required, have
to lie renewed every six months, and thev
ire a heavy exiense to poor K'ople, who
lien forge t hem to save money. These
crimes are 0 per cent, of all the crimes
ununited in Russia. The political eases.
is we call tliem, are very numerous. II
you iiapK'ii to gel a letter Irom a menu
w ho is a friend to an exile, vou are not
ilile to tell when your house will Ik-
searched and the let tar found and vou
silcd yourself. Think of a country where
ll'O.ooo.oon people cannot tell whether
hey will wake up at home or on their
vay to Siberia. Think of n country
where there is no press; where the news-
pajiers are sunjceteil to the censor. Think
fa country where the provincial govei-
nor is appointed without any knowledge
I tl e customs of the icoplc he is to gov-
rn. hvery ollieer is appointed y the
rown. A young fellow who is not worth
inylhiug may Is; sent to govern two or
three millions of ieople.
Every reform we have hail has liven
polled alio trauslorincil. One re'orni
was in the military of thecoiintry. Every
man, poor or rich, was made to seivc.
lull it was soon spoiled by allowing the
rich lo buy a substitute. We had an
ther, u judicial relorm. A good court
was created with a iurv, winch would
impure favorably with that of any civ-
lied eouutrv. This was nil right lir
wo years, but it was curtailed and
polled. 1 he judges were npMuitcd hv
the ministers, and had to administer the
laws according to what thev said.
Russia is the most unhappy country
in the lace of the earth lo-dav. Ii is rich
ml large, hut her lust sous are either in
xile or abroad to get out ol reach of the
Mr. vart's) Kflort.
Congi-essn tr-wnrt addressed a fair
sized oudienet mi the court room at 1
o'clock on tin doings of the Fifty-first
congress. Hi' listeners were composed
mostly of utti (hints oiithefedcriilcoiirt,
although a fei republicans and a numlier
of democrats, who had strolled in out of
curiosity were there.
Mr. Ewurt I'cclared himself as in the
race for congressional honors next fall.
The part of his siieeeh which seemed to
give him the most pleasure was when in
siienking of a democratic iiewspnier cor
respondent he managed to call him a
"second class liar." Eighteen republi
cans who were there at the tune up-
For the 24 hours ending at 0 p. in.,
May 6, 18U0 ;
I'. 8. Oiiinai. Skhvicr Station.
Wlnyah Saniluriuni, Asheville, N. C.I
LAT. 38.311 N. LllMI. Ha.aO W. HLH. 23.10 FT.
' 'TUMI' B K.VITK li.
7 a nil'.' p nitri n ml Mm. I Min.l Dully Mean
m.M 1 5s.o i ni'.o i ii.'. o 1 4s.il
" Kia.ATIViS UfMlDITY.
Sum I Hum I Dully Mean
7 a m
" AIIStll.t'TIi HI'MIDITY.
(In grain iwr cubic lout of nlr.)
7 a m l "a p m tl p m I Daily Mean
3.i8 I a.nr.n I s.ann a.o.Mi
Main InehcsUCiir. for lilt. & Um.) Duily Menn
Oil) I 2U.NU
" " WIND.""'"" '""! WBATIIHK
I ilrtvt Ion I l-'orce (scale 0 to 1 01
N.M N W I .1
Oioue of possible amount.
'.1 HT cent.
ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY.
SKETCHES IN OIL AND WATER COLORS
aa S. Main Ht Asheville.
npr IN d
Tli.MI'HRATl'RK, Muy 7.
7 it m. 7.o. a p. ni.
KAK1. VON Kt'CK, M. l.,
MurkvlH t v Wire
Clliev.n. Mny 7 The following ia the
riine in iihiiiiik ntiiires to-uuy
Wlli-AT No. :
Mai- li.'U, 111 l,
linn- iia-i, uiik
lull U2;l, (lo.l4
ll.MIt Ntlt4 NN
Mm 34", 3.TI,
Inne :i4l4 ,'U
illlv a.-.lj 34,
AuKUt Il.l-'t 34
1 1 its No. 2.
May a.-.i, a.-,
lime 2.4 2."
.luiv an i at-'
I'liu iiai. Mny 7 I'nrk, Innl
Highest. Lowest. Closing
riinui-.l t.-ilny (is follows:
Highest. Lowest. ClnsinK
Ml:ss . okk' lo.o
lime 1.1 lo 13. lo 13 III
July 13 32 13 2.1 13.2.1
I. m loo.
June II 411 It 3. 113.1
luli U.4.1 II 2 11 42
iinust.. II .12 IV. lo ll. .lo
snokr Kins loo.
him- , 5 4.1 .1.4H .1 lo
In'.v n .1.1 .1 4.1 .1 ,1o
Aliens! .1.0.1 ,1,1.1 fl
Ni w Vokk. Mny 7 Cotton futures to.
.lii.v raue.l us follows:
IliKhest. Lowest. Closini:.
Mill 1 1 112 1 1 '.III 1 Mm
June 1 I .U.I 11 2 II !I2
lull- 11 2 U. Ml 11 l'4
Aucust I I 114 II no 1 1 i,a
Sa-l-timlH-r 11.30 1133 11.3
H.1-1, N4-', N4
CONCERT AT THE BATTERY.
. Hinall Audience, but n lU-llulit-ful
The concert nt the Itattery I'ark hotel
last night lor the U-nclit of the Free Kin
dergartens was a most decided success as
furnishing an hour's delightful entertain
inciil lo the sin. ill audience assembled.
Financially, the receipts lell far short ol
what thecll'orl and the very worthy ob
icct for which it was given deserved.
A "Tambourine Inll" and "Ounce ol
the Fairies" was given by a number ol
the young girls of the public schools.
They showed most careful training and
real skill and grace and attention to
tin ir parts. The dumb hell drill by the
hoys and girls together was excellent,
.mil far Inner than the usual school ex
hibition of the kind. Most correct time
was kept, particularly in the striking
movements accompanied by the "Anvil
Miss V.a Itrnueh recited "How my
grandmother danced the minuet," in
character costume, very cleverly and ex
ecuted the steps and stately courtesies of
the minuet with a dignity and grace that
her grandmother could not have excelled.
Mr. Harold Doubledny gave a flute solo
The Village Blacksmith." by V. I'opp.
Miss Flora Whillock sang nsulo "Parln"
by Arditi, which wnsencorcd. Her voice
is sweet and shows thorough training.
Miss Whillock und her younger lister
Miss Kay Whit lock gavean instrumental
Mr. Dwight W. Itissell sang, "Of Thee
I Kvrr Am Thinking," with his usual
sweetness and expression.
Two of the most enjoynble numbers on
the programme were a "Walts" ( Vogcll
and "Annie Laurie" by the quurtctte,
Messrs. llissell, Price, W.H.Collins. Any
thing rendered by the quartette isalways
a treat, and the two selections given by
them Inst night are by all odds the best
they have done this winter. Their ap-
pearnnce on the programme of a concert
always insures something worth hearing,
hi hini-:hm motickh.
Hllver fluted Ware.
In canters, spoons, forks and knives.
siKvial inducements are lieing offered
now. Rogers' tripple plated knives,
$1.73 ier set. Forks to match nt same
price. Usert knives, $1 GO per set. A
splendid assortment of Kecd & Dnrton's
plated wore, the liest goods made, are
oflcred nt lowest prices. Crockery, glass
and cutlery, very large stock mid always
the lifevest prices at Law's, 57, 59 und
(il SoBih Main street.
Ice for Hesson 1890.
On and after Mnv 1st ii w ill )w .11 i.-.
cred only for cash or tickets. Tickets
may be obtained nt our ofhee, No. 3D
ration avenue, and will lie strictly cash
ASHIiVII.I.K 1CK AND LoAL CO.
Trie Mountain Park Hotel. H
MprinifH, N. C
Is firstclnss in every particular, with
the best table in the South. Pure and
abundant water and perfect sanitary ar
The scenery is beautiful, c hmnte much
milder than Asheville, there being no
n.trsn winds and no dust to irritate weak
throats and lungs.
The baths in marble pools are the fin
est in the worltl and the thermal waters
are an unexcelled siccilic for rheumatism
gout, sciatica, nervous exhaustion and
all diseases of skin and blond.
Kxcellent physicians reside at the ho
Trains leave Asheville for Hot Springs
nt i.jo a. m., .jo anil 7 i. m.
Excursion tickets, including one dny's
ixinro ut Mountain I'nrk Hotel, $4.50.
For rates etc., address
Adr. W. 0. DooLlTTLfi.
A New Road to BHua.
If you are wise and wish to become
healthy and wealthy also, vou will use
Roller King or Klrctric Liirlit flour: be
cause the Asheville Milling Company's
nour 11 notoniv me oesi nut tnecneaucst
WTFor the largest assortment of Em,
broidery, Knitting Silks and fancy work
mnteriiilsgo to Whitloek's, opp. Bank of
Asnevuie, u Miutn Mum street.
terFor the Finest Dry Goods and La
dies Furnishing ('mods uo to Whitiock's
40 South Main street, opp. Hank of Ashe
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER
C. E. MOODY,
ottuv No. :w Put ton Avcmit1.
IVIcphnnc No, 40,
WuniioUHc near Freight Pvpot.
1 hint? made arrani'tni'titx to tvvi ami
shall sooti haveu lull utoek of thtbi-MthrutMU
IMPORTED ENGLISH AND GERMAN PORTLAND
LOUISVILLE AND ROStNDALE CEMENTS.
LIME IN BARRELS A0 IN BULK.
ROOFING MATERIAL AND OTHER ARTICLES
IN THESE LINES.
My wan limine In now lieiiiK luill adjnininK
raitroatl track ontl my Ntoi-k partly here ami
arriving- t "it til my own wnu'lioune in lln
isheil I Hhall tuvupy the Weltnter warehnune.
PartifN UHinu iheur articles can Rave oneeart
iikv liy ItavhiK onlrrM at otlk-e and having
property delivered direvt from warelmuHe tir
liy eatlitiK then' for ft.
ARTIFICIAL, STONli Vt)KK made limit
- TH Li
ASHEVILLE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
ROOMS, 26 PATTON AVE., ( Y. M. C. A. ROOMS. 1
linn daily, except Sundays, irom 10 a. ni.
until I p. ni and 4 until 6 p.
1 nc icrme 01 aunsenptton are: (Ine yt-ai
a mm., SI 00; .1 miis., f 1 ; 1 mo., Ollcts,
ilnily 3 cts.
OHicera lor IHUO President, Churlcs W
Woolsejr; Vice-President, Thos. A. Jones; See
anil Treasurer, D. 8. Watson ; Librarian, Misf
K. J. Hatch.
Cltiiens and visitors are cnrdliilly invited
to Inspect the rntalnirne and Insrrllic their
names ns members fnn.lodtr
ASHEVILLK A I) I 7jA' TJSEMENTS.
ICE RATES FOR SEASON 1890.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH WITH ORDER
In quantities not less than uue ton nt fuetory 4ic. icr hundred
In iiiiniitlties not leos tlmn one hair ton nt factory 45c. ' "
lloo pounds, no tickets, lo pounds each an no
Too " 's " an " " n o,.
" in " no " " sou
1000 ' in " 100 " " n,00
No ice will It dellrrred without ensh or tickets. Tickets now on sale at the oflice of the
Asheville Ice &. Coal Company.
Telephone No. 36 and 40. No. 30 Patton Avenue.
JEIXICO COAL AT RETAIL.
For Urate, - S5.00.I1 For Htoven, ... 4.50.
j 5 est a:tiiiiacite coal .
I'nr sale at Wholesale and Kctnil by
ASHEVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY,
Telephone 36 and 40.
lixclusivr Aiients 1 liutm-stic und Steam I lor Western North Carolina.
L. P. Mel.OUM, Vlce-I'i
I. B. RANKIN, Cashier
l:,?;l"oM":l',!," !' "en"''". M.J. 1'iikk.J. B. Kankln.J. B. Kay. J. B. Reed
S. H. Keeil, Oc.i. S. Powell. C. M. McLoud.
WESTERN CAROLINA BANK,
OrKiinlitd May 1st, 1HHH.
C A P I TA L, 850,000. SURPLUS, S15,000
.State, CountyaiidCity Depoitltory.
Hoes a General Hnnklnic llnsinrss. Deposits received. Bxchanicc bought and sold. Col.
lections made on all accessible points. The Savinn Feature will receive Siecial attention.
On all sums in this department, deposited lor four months or lunirer, Interest at the rate
of per cent, per annum will be paid.
Six-elal nlt.-ntion idven to loans on real estate, which will be placid lor long time on nal
l)ien troni a m. to p. m tin Saturdnya the Savins Department will beopcntill A p.m.
Only 8 Miles Irom Ahellle on the A. & 8. Railroad and
The tin-iitest nunilKT and variety of mineral sprlnits to be found in the South.
48 Springs on Lest. Titan 40 Acres,
Chnlybtiite. iron, sulphur, cpsnm, nlum, and tnnimcsiii. Several verv fine combinations.
.,.. , um-ii in i-uriiiu inoiKesiion, liver ami Kiilnev Iroulilr, rhronie dvsenlerv, chroniedvs-K-isin
11111I ehrouie siek headache, line anrinu n-ei-iiili- ,l.,,-,l i. ,i... r..u..:u, ,..,.. ..;...
ever tnunil. Many ure liuviuit lots to liullil resort eottnitcs mar the Si.rinus l.ota nresuld
nt nominal pri.es to udvirlise the place nud the mineral water. Board can lie hud at
$20 to $30 Per Month, or $1 Per Day.
rtrtervneefl. teftimonlalH. cte.. enn tip hml Uv u-rliltn. t ...
intt rt-Ht' (1 in invited to come und try the water, t'.reut imnrov-niriit will tM mn.tr 'ni i
1 rains leave Anhevllle at U.Oft a. in. ind return at 7 11. m.lare US centii.
I'or further hUormation write to
OTIS A. MILLER,
rein 1 iiom k land P. O., N. C,
One M Mn'M Opinion.
"I wns up in tile fedcrnl court room for
a few minutes to-dny," snid a gentleman
to a friend Inst evening, "and was most
forcilily struck with one thing. In the
room were six Cherokee Indians headed
liy Chief Smith. They were a pretty flood
lookiiiK lot. All around them were seated
the ustinl attendants. I looked at one
crowd and then theothcrandthethought
struck me that perhaps we had not done
such a good thing after all In taking the
Innds of the Indians in some sections and
turning them over to the present Inhabi
tants. Certninly the aborigine pre
sented by lar the better npienrance. But
then," he continued reflectively, "it wns
the best of one class and the worst of the
The) Federal Court,
The federal court took up number of
minor cases this morning and disposed
of nine. Eight were sentenced to jail for
a term of from two to six months and
one wns found not guilty. The grand
jury have returned fifteen true hills.
New Ad vcrtlnenienta To-Day.
Rkai. Htatk Jcnks at Jenks.
I'os Sll.K !lo.H.
Pin mi.H lleorgSa Hairy.
A slniile buekboard, In Rood condition, at
unranin. Auurca. sua ssn,
Asheville, N. C.
At a hiiraaln, 4 or 8 Milk Cows. Apply lie.
tween il and 3 o'clock at
1H0 Chestnut Street,
Rexlstered Jersey Ball for service. Price
f 3 00, guaranteed. may" dtf
Fur mens and Truckers
Take Notice !
I have bedded 100 Bushel, nf SWUBT fo
TATOUS. By the 18th of May I shall be pre
pared to supply SLIPS In any quantity. Call
at the beds at my residence on Beaver linm
road In Knmoth, or leave orders at 0. I., Me-
uonaio'. irroecrr atore, no. 17 noutn Main
street, orders liy wall aoncti
rice at lleda, 30c. ier 100,
villc. uric tier ion.
mayo daw man we rrl
Price in Ashe
H. C. LONO.
1'rnnnsals for hantlntf Two Itundreri Thn..
sand llrirk from llepot to Public Bnusre.
Contract will he let to lowest bidder. Apply
to BH1CK PAVINO COM PAN y.
yANTBD TO RBNT.
A nous, furnished nr unfurnished. n
Chestnut .treet, No, 108. Possession given
at once. Apply
maye d 1 w mkh, WALKtt,
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Vur Tnji ri-
DETH Jl .-, . . .
Jit, I - I ,1..
JCvit',' . e
DETiOI 1 Al 0 :v
Ooubl Dai t- Li , U
Chic;a3 ano vr. J-'. . .
O'tn HtusTRA'x :
lltt tnt r sun mi n TlVf : .
bvyourTifk A', mi,-.', t
E. B. WHITCOMB.Q. P. A.. O .'i
O.itruit und OIvland btunm i
Apply to us during the Incoming week to
rent the Rock Quarry on the opposite side
of the river, near the Iron bridge, and the
NINB TbNBMBNT IIOI'SI'.S
near by. A Rood rock man ran Ret a bar.
NATT ATKINSON & SON.
. W. U. WILLS. AKTIIl'RJ. WILLS,
A8HBVILLB, N. C. -
Office Barnard Building. p. o. Dui 8S4,
Plans, apcdncatlona, Iletalls. ic forevcry
class nf building at short notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGN8 A SPECIALTY.
sCall and see as. aprlAdam
B70K 8ALB OK BXCH ANI1H
FOR CITY PHflPKRTV.
a nne rarm or acres In Henderson Co,
N. C, sixteen miles from Asheville, on the
nnnriannura nnn asnevuie rat rnnn snif
omce ana raiiroaa station ns the rarm.
may3 dtf u He Jil Patton Ave.
A nice T.room lirlca enttnire. newlv htr.
nlahcd, for the not 4 or 8 months. Pusses.
sion inimeuinteiy. Apply
j. v, hjkijan
maySdtf Oftice The Asheville 8hoe Co,
Large, sunny rooms with Rood board at
AI KB. AMCK KHVNIU.OH.
4H Spruce street.
An enerwetle young ladr, one who writes a
mod hand, to clerk nt the Model (Urn m
-aundry, alao two white girls, about in
jvnrs tnu. Appiy at me i,nunnrv,
maynavt 17 PATTON AVB,
TO WEAK fJEfi
nSarlnf from th. sffscts of youthful errors, tarly
sear, waatlnt wwknsaa, lost manhood, ate,, I will
ssnd a valuable tnaUs. (Mledl otmlainlnl full
fsrtloulars for bom. ours, FRUof chana. A
PhwIM BMdleal work 1 akonldb. read by arsry
Baa who Is Bsrroaa and dsbllllstod. Addrsaa
IT 9. C. NWin, Moodiu, Cmu,
POR RBNT OR POR BALK.
A new seven-room house on nuttrloW
with modrra linprovementa. Terms easy,
ONE OF THIS
Best Family Hotels in the South.
SERVICE AND TAIJLE FIRST-CLASS.
Five niimitos' wnlk from Coui t House. Street cars
the door every ten minutes.
P01 terms address
II. J. GREENWKLL, Proprietor.
AHlievillc, N. C.
Near PaBHensxer Depot.
P. A. DEMENS WOODWORKING CO.,
Manulncturcra and Dealers in all kinds of tlrcssed
Door, Sah, IllludH, MouldlnKH, Stalrwork, Mantels, Bank
and Bar Fixtures, and all kinds of Building Material.
Hard Wood Lumber Work
noy 1 d 1 y Telephone No. a6.
W. P. Wasiiiii kn, President.
W. Ii. t'.iiiiuxa. Vice-President.
W. M. Asiimokk, Hecretnry.
Alkx. Allison, Treasurer.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Home Oflice 1 KNOXVILLE, TISNN.
Authorized Capital. - - $25,000,000
LOCAL HOARD AT A8HBVILLE:
S. ('., Iiiiris, President.
C. C. McCAHTV, Vice-President.
Tiiko. V. Tkhhkli., Hec. at Trcus.
P. A. Ct'MUlNus, Attorney.
MANAGED SOLELY BY ODD FELLOWS, BUT MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
: of stock at six per ccnl
fully paid up stock on
years, deposits may Ih
All securities deposited w
I Iocs a urncrnl business. I..mli full rn. ..!. nr ...u.b . .1. M. ...
monthly. IsHiirs nionihly payment stuck, and fully paid un stock on which a cash divi.
nenii i pain, , and tn 1 principal doubles in si-vcn years, llrposlts may lie withdrawn w ith
nnnss as 1 rustccs. I'or lurther particulars call on
Ith time National
N. T. HOWARD, State Agent.
Oflice for a few dava at Taylor, Boul. 81 Brothcrton's, No. 43 Pulton Ave.
Dealers lu Wall Paper, Wlndow8badesaud Patent Hauffers,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, M usury's Mixed I'aluts and Colors.
1'rench and American
We keep in stork 8t. Louis and Kentucky Lead.
Window Glass, botk
ASHEVILLE SODA WATER FACTORY
217 Haywood Street.
All WATER THOROUGHLY FILTISRED on the Premises.
Twenty Ave years of practical experience, combined with pxnsonal attention to all de
tail, of the business and perfect arraiiRcmenU for CLXanlinbss and Pl'kiTV of all goods
manufactured, enable the proprietor to present to his numerous patrons a superior class of
Vichy, and Seltzer Water in Siphons.
Olniier Ale and nil the various Havors of 80DA WATBK ready for shipment and delivered
free In City limits. Out of town orders'must have aasroNatnl.x reference.
C. H. CAMPBKLL.
run sr a nrsiri '
. WINE . AND LIQUOR .. STORE
IN THE STATU.
FINE SAMPLE AND BILLIARD ROOM.
j a. HA.avA.oT, ... I NO. 43 S. MAIN ST., ASHEVILLE. N. C
mayo u w J. M. C AMPBBLL,
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