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The Richm ?nd Planet.
VOL. YI1.--M) lv>: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, RDAY, M\RCJl 8, 1890. PRICE 5 CEN!
THE Pj ANET,
DAY, - - Ma
i Motw.SaO ors
Rr r < j?H er l.eetuits.
At a Union M
Hill Hull on the 27th oS Feb., lbs lol
lowing; grund ott!cen ware )>r>?
iv. Spiller ol Hampton, K. \V.
E. Johnson of Manchee
1> . c, ? J.B.Taylor of Kichmond,
ailed to
Rlnford niter which Rev. U Spiller
was introduced by .1. IC Taylor.
Rev. Spfller thanked the brothers
and sisters for tlwir prompt turning
out to bear him lecture, notwith?
standing tba inclemency of tbe weat li
er.
Hi-sal.J the lnsur:Mi<?' Depart mont
of tb* Qood Samaritans was only
twelve months old and had paid out
$1,000 (om> thousand dowra) for
the benoni ol families of this order.
It i* now doing well wit ii about 9500
members in tliat department and
still they come. We bops to haw
8000 merabera by the Grund Lodd?
on.
.1. B. Taylor, City Depoty.
s s USI?>S
Tin- S S I', bald its |*v*gular month
ly iinH'tinu. .it th<> 4th Baptist Church
March 2nd at 3o'clock P. M. Srrip
ton reading by Rev. Hardy. Pray*
cr h\ !>?"?*<??>o A. Boiler. Thors waa
alaw attendence. Recitations bf
the srholars of the various schools
wen rood; select reading by
Him M.irv v. Taylor ot the 5th Bap
was appropriate; essay i?y
Mr. Nelson Williams was very grand;
an nddrena i?y Supt. White of tbe
Bapt. S. S. was tn the point.
A solo londettid hy Mr. Thompson
.? tbe anett by Um Mt.
Gah ts good. Collection
14.60*.
We a liourued to meet with Hu
5th Baptwt s. s. April 6, 1890,
EL. .1
W. H. 1
Waimu
Miss Mr. ll.
TH! Fe!
27 Prent foi
merly of this city at his home in Hill
bor. He i<
three children, mother, three sister*
a brother and many friends to nioiir
their loss. He died in tba trinrap
of faith. Be said be waa going hon
where sick iITOW, pain, ai
death an* felt and feared no more.
DIED?At the Bandoo stati.
Vey County W. c. Africa Johnny tl
infant son of Kev. John .1. and lan
A. Coles, aged '1 weeks and 1 day.
Hath the dear S%v tour f nod _!?*,
Laid bim np ?n his t?rott>t;
Folded bia arms around bim
Hu abed bini lu endless rot.
J ivorce tl rant ni
Mr. Bagnr .Jones was granted
divorce from his wife Lillie Jones,
the 27th of February. 1890 in 1
Chancery Court of this ?itv.
Hate to conference, full hire
Washington, one third regular f
to return
HOWARO InIvkusitv,
Washington, 1). C. Feb. 4, lil'
Dear Sik:
At a meeting of the Col. lue Alni
of Howard university, the bxs
signed were appointed a commit
to confer willi leading educators
?-olored youth throughout the cc
of holding a p'lit
coniereuce iu the city of Washing!
D.C., March 25-37, 1890. At
time it if proposed to discuss tl
subjects only which appertain to
educational interests of the ooh
people to the end that the pu
maybe enlightened as to the
gress they have made and the (
cul ties yet to he over-come.
The indications are that the t
is opportune for a meeting of
character, and that it will be alt
cd with practical results.
Flense notify the committee if
can arrange to be j.resent and
part in the proceedings.
i uiy yours,
(J. M. QnnooitY,
P. J. SllAlU),
I.i i sbi Lawson,
H. T. Mo
[>. Fowler.
ions will be held in the
coln Memorial Church, cor. 11
street* North-west at the tina
ignated in the circular.
TO THE TRaUK.
I beg leave to announce that Tn
pared to tn ml sh Paper Bags, T
Batter Traya. Wrapp.. g Pa-aat all
and aizea, Envelopes, Writing*
Pools Cap, Not", Lenah C eas ansi eh
Packet Note Pad*; Grocery Pas?
Account Bookn, Tally H -'?ks, etc.
I reapeoefulty ask iha? ,'_iay aba
patronage. i
W. H Asnr.hBC
No. 933 E-U Broad S.., Bioiuu.m l.
Drop me a card for prices and
tiona.
rt
& uki:
-Mrs. L. A
dh Mrs. ft.
ch calico1 on
-Mr or, of thc Inde?
nt* who is emploved
i or oom
r?a?J with thu (i^rire Bailey in the
Annie
-H. llysses Taylor, tbs 7 yt
old child of Mr. .1. Ail
painfully iuj
ll over i
-Mrs. Charlotte A. Williams of
(iuineus. Va., called on us.
-Isaiah C. Pad
Bedford died on us.
-Kev. A. l'ullerof Staunton was in
the city and called on us.
-\\ e relived a highly eompli
inentarily letter from Mr. Jana's K.
Chick of Mungohick, Va.
-Mr. W. M. T. 1 is rap?
idly umler the careful treatment of
Dr. BL BL Dismond.
-Kev .lames H. Holmes is much
improved. lie was seen on tha
atreet recently but is still weak.
-Alderman Josiah Crump's will
waa admitted to probate last
Wednesday, lt is valued at $2,500.
He left it 3n foe simple to his wife.
She baa Men ill bul tai able to bi
now.
-Kev. W. W, Browne visited
Baltimore in the interest of the Trin
sek.
-Miss Mamie E. Hill of Kich
mond, Va., has been appointed copy
ist in the EKeeorder of DeedsOfficeat
Washington, limier Hon. IC K
Bruce. (Thia note wai bronghtlas'
week but was unint. ntionallv kef
out.)
K-TMr. George W. Bolling can ti
you in a nice pair of True form shoe
good and ensay at Wertheimer*s42
F. Broad.
Th- i Joh
; ami si \ 1 tuc'
lin William H. Ila
kins commanding. Company 1
;nev (Jaar.: C. IC Niche
- command i:
They made a tine appearance
their rich uniforms, ami >\
admired. '
Mr. William S. Chratlan, wno w
sick abeil last week, is out again.
Mr. Chas. Dickerson has reniov
to his new house in .'C.
Mr. Et. B. Fvans of Woodville is
ported sick.
Protracted meetings will l>e held
the Fourth Baptist Church soon.
Cn. Hill
?n
h
IC
id
111
ie
on
to
Fulton Notes.
Kev. Daniel Janies preached
funeral of Bro. Abraham Hill on
_7th of last month. He depar
this life on the evStn, in the triuni]
of faith. He was a member of
Kising Mr. Zion Baptist Church
ll'' six years. He leaves a wife, mot!
father, and tine sister to mourn tl
loss: Servant of (Jon well done ei
your Master'sjoy.
BOT. J. A. Taylor preached a w
it ic der'ul sermon at the above nat
church, Tuesday night. His li
j were much animated and hope
'. j may soon come again Deacon '
son PliOf and others were ?h
nnl during the week. According
ler- promise we look for several visil
ttee from the Bbeoeser Baptist Chu
?f The mourners are yet bowed.
?n-! Mrs. W. T. Helm is better
wal many others.
on, Services Sunday at 11%, covei
this meeting. 8J_ communion. 8 pr;
iose meeting. Meetings will cont
the every night, Saturday except ii
?red Since these meetings eomrae
iblk the Lord has blessed Elder Di
[>r*>- James* two of his sons conic
linV christ.
S. A. Jones, stewardess of Old
?i"i'' minion S. S. is very sick at
residence,
end- ;
\ O'l
take There will lien, dramatic cai
of Joseph in Bondage at the
it ist Church, (Sydney) liol
night, March 10, 1890 for the b
tit the building of the said chun
cast or cu UUCTB1
King Pharoah, Daniel Tali
i -n Jacob, William Cooper; Old J<
a/p Robert Bullocks; Young Jo
;niel Clarke; Butler, Willis
Woodson; Baker, Henry Byrd
son, John Barlow; Leva, Mrs.
(ioodwin; Kings Daughter,
Mary Woodson; Leah, Miss O,
Robinson* Zilpah, Miss Nannie ,
Bilbah, Miss Susi j Wor
Dreamer, Miss Nannie Brown
pVjU Sins, Miss Lula Miller. (ho
il d Ciuards. Shepherds, and Servat
Bo ,1 A omission, - -
!fra_r*D<>?)rs open at 7 o'clock
a fear j forma nee commences at M t
r sharp.
m? I Mies. Sarah J. Woopbon: - Mi
Va. . .,, ... _
fi pre
w ksrea.
quota
A. W. 1'akham, - - Orj
je Ma
\ PERRY KS.
The Founder of the Am
24ft8 Equal Right's A?s?iria*ion
EXPRESSES HIS APPRECIATION.
\v
ron Mit
approval, sympathy, and an
sion of delight over the brai.
unencumbered champion spirit poa
seesed by you, (John Mit* hell, Jr.;)
unto whom I lool.
A KTlTitNT OT B-QBT,
thoroughly conversant with its prop j
cities thereof, aial the most brilliant
j champion of ''right" in thc borders of
Virginia's vast domain. Your future
You developed a highly character
spirit in that address on South?
ern outrages. Blair of New Hamp?
shire conceded as mach which to
me. is a tribute from an exalted
soiir-c, that sonne being iii lily devel?
oped wit!" educational and relined t ru
ph.ies, so well known lo the section
of the United States from whence he
a young man you are entitled
to such credit hs yon have justly mer
ited. That disposition "you show lo
expose unpardouabl > frauds now, is
to me, a truth that yon well know
Ta__ De-BIM THAT HANK Matti
with the great indicator of events.?
timk and that there is a line to he
.] pursued to cause a l.rillinnt future,?
ami that line, that policy,?is. to im?
prove t he great present, by eradicat?
ing the diabolical deeds Of a Nation,
aud thus,?the future will take .are
of itself.
If the arm of Ferry ll. Carson can
aid you in any attempt to gain iinv
end that you have in view
small, speak and the feeble intlueiici
di his arm shall be exerted to pm
your desire, your aim. again
allow me to express my heart i<
proval of your memorable
at proved i
n
..s
n
l ?
r
ln
ly
as
ed
re?
nt
th
the
ted
dis
the
for
ler,
leir
iter
iiado'
of protection,?freedom, and rigl
would have beeaevideutoQ the verg
of the 20th Century, removing i
at 1< marks
tive of cruelty, oppression and ho
rible barbarities.
\ cry respect tully,
1?. H. Causon.
|k_f~If you have tender feet call i
Mr. Georgs W. Bolling at Wsrtheii
er's 422 _,. Broad he can fit vou.
Time is moue* but hea'.;h ia hap|
ness If you bave a bad couajh or ci
iiht Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Ir vi
cure you eveiy time. Price 25 cents.
Babies will cay! It is the only vi
*o tell us when they suffer pain
not stupefy your little o*>ea by admin
teringi laudanum or other opiate?, 1
use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup which i
elieve the baby of all the pafn ot t
owels dtc.. and thereby restore Its bi
Per Uraham Expl ins
Feb. 21, 18?0.
Danville, Va.
Mr. Fditor:
In your issue of the _*.
inst., mir friend and popular ph,
cuni, S. B. Hill, somehow repol?
in* me in ;v light which savors of a nv
IVil- and niggerly spirit on my part t
is, had 1 maile the remarks attril
ed to nie. But 1 am sure the gi
doctor made a mistake; be would
intentionally do me an injury,
reported nie as ha vi g said: "l're
irk Douglass was th nv- fourths w
and was claimed by that race.'
could not, I would nov, muk
sertion.
?Dur (J. W. M., IV, \Y. Broi
who has no white blood in his vi
has done more good than ai[ tl
white Nee-roes.'"?wrong again.
I am not one of those young
groes who would take from Mr.
that which he las so fairly woi
her great leader of the Negro rac
I I am not a color-Hne-struck N*
I My reference was this: "Mr. lng
j our so called Republican friend,
tit the other day, to attribute
Douglass' e-reatness to his Cauci
blood; but, huhes and gentleiii
point you to our (J. W. M., W
Browne, who has no white blo<
i him, but who has done more fo
(race than Mr. Douglass." 1 dc
show that the Negro can he ".
without a foreign mixture ol 0
After all; the best leaders of om
are those who speak and do s
thing. \V. W. Browne is that
of a Negro. His speeches and
ftJr*L bave a beautiful harmony. \i
my idea he is greater than Don
No, it is not color that make
n an, but pure, inatemanhood,
erly developed and directed.
Yours in F. T, C
W. F. C.KAI
on
ned
lear
?wa
to
;?> rs
re h.
also
I
mat
ayer
inns
-g
need
vniel
?ssed :
Do?
xy
data
Fifth
iday.
enetit
h.
ferro;
>seph.
seph ,
ni H.
; Sim
Miss
Lena
Jones;
iderful
; Our
rus of
10 c.
. Fer.
I'clock
mager
umist.
Richmond Va. Feb. 6., 1
All persons desiring
in the Meehaincs' Buryll
apply to
Benj. Harris, Supt.,
1201 St. Jame
m
an
A. \\ . lr
family. Ci <:?
embalmer T. \
to accomodat
view the body. Af
parting look at the
than was
Clover depot w!i
The floral arran)
fill consisting of
rich white flowers wh
casket with a white
John J. Christian
ton ga\ tiing
True Reformer's Hall
friends ol
. pr?
present
-
hail taken a
I, a finer
here l**
fo warded to
interred.
is beauti
rars and
i the
rched
>f Stnun
exhibition at
afondaj
to a large an appreciative audience.
Mr. Christian ha d a number
' of skaters and ame of
Champion Roller Ska
ll. A. Lindsy, Baq. f
orcd contractor-, and
equal of any of the white contractors
has recently fitted up and repaired
in magnificent brick building for the
[ True Reformers; which the fountains
will a hall and lodge rooms.
lb' is about completing a la:
brick store hon Main St. for
Messrs 3 !\. West and Am. Bea'
1 lt is reported b.\ nen who
know fha! female teach* rs
of the county spent last Satur?
day night
ill-fame, i to I.,
? moral teachers un i a gentle
! man's hom mville ti
. came wit ii
- de, .rn u
moment*
J
tin
liv
e leading col
the way the
ti
u
it
it
r
)ti
a
out "
lt in the publi
J. F. I
daughter Conni)
a visit to tl>
papa Morton.
R. E. Storall, 1.
the week anion
lia ve for his home in
Fridav.
lift
ke are r
vam
a Ko has
here w
NV a sh i ngt ?
al?
d?
rin
ll
av
Do
lia.
MM
rill
the
hid
v si?
ted
can
hat
?ut
ood
not
He
ClIAULOTTl-SVLLL-,- Va , Feb 1
Quite a successful revival h
been going on at the 1st Bapt
Ob arch. Tbe spirit seems to ha
revived many christians, convi
ted many sinners and convert
many mourners.
It was a union revival com*:
ed of members of both Baptist in?
ches and great numbers of whii
were there; some came to me
game, while others came to sh
their appreciations. Some show
tneir intelligence while others th
iguorauce. Among the able
vines who visited us was Rev.
Christian, formerly pastor of
Baptist Church in Cincinnati, 1
now culled to the pastorate of
Shiloh Baptist Church, Phils
phis. Others with us wee; R?
Tinsley Woodfork, Lee Joi
Robt.. Hoghes, leery Overt
Cary, Daniel Cave and Wm. Ti
ttl Christian gave some v
encouraging remarks teethe mi
ns--era. R*
j burg, Va. preached qortt an tusi
ti ve seimon Sunday eveki?ng.
-bis, I .subject was *? Strengthen the w
hands and confirm the lei
, knees. "p Rev. J. Francie- Robin
if*" pastor of Zion Baptist Church
'returned to his flock. They
u j cari,ving on a revival which b?
Monday Feb. 17, before the
ing of the revival at the si
church.
lhe*e weie 115 converts at
1st Baptist church after the
ten, li val. Of that number about
. W.l.iave talked at the e ?d chi
About 83 have connec d with
church in the last 20 d ya sam
letter aud some bn.Kaiders
also returned. Among the
verts are Mr. Kiah Goings
about 68; Mr Remus Bracket!
65 and Air. Bradley about 66 ;
ot' age. We have' au angel
who seemed to be quite na*:
Edward Angel. Wm. Yanci
Richmond also joined the un
1 he 3 V. Club organized m
met Monday at C. tl. Brown'
dence on Ridge A' e. The
tai.v l>eiug. absent B. L. B
held his position. >'e had 2
trials aud the jury haviu
agreed; the thai "/as post
till Monday Marc 3rd, 1890.
The name of Mr ..joes H.
will never die a. 1 his fae
ne'er be forgonei br he has
?gro.
;alls,
saw
Mr.
isian
al in j
r our
?sired j
prent,'
lood. I
lome-'
kind ,
work j
id to
glass,
s the
prop
i ? \i
SUI).
rm dug
round,
bis mark iu Cha*-lotteHvilie though
lint air was pregnant with preju
d > The shyster an he was called
li any who plead
rill be baptised at the
Imrch, Charlottes
it 1 1 A. M.,
,i 7 j>. jj.
ons' funeral
? I Wed
Rhodes, and ne in\
guest were Mrs. t ip. Mrs. John
Mrs. Murrell. Miss, R. Tabb
Miss J on orvall, Miss Robson,
- Johnson. Miss F. White, Mis*
burrell, Mr. A. Topp, Miss Virgie
taSflSrd and others. Parlor games WCTS
indulged in. Ane\eell?>nt -upper had
been prepared tinder the skillful
hands of Mrs. White, Mrs. Jones. F.
Murrell, Miss J. Murrell to which the
company did full justice after which
the parlor games ci. tinued until
the wee sina hours. The concert and
presentation ol Communion
Paul's Baptist Church
Thursday evening, Feb. 27th by lira.
Rosa A. Barnett. Mrs. Mary Tah
Mr. J. Dixon, Mr. T. F. Marlow was
well attended. The followim
' appeared: Miss A. L.Thibou,piano so
lois' res Z. Williams and Le. A.
; Jones. Dramatic readers; Mr. M. H.
i ll. Hodges, Boston's Favorite Bari?
tone. The Communion Sst was
tented by Hr. T.F. Murlow in an
appropriate ?peech which was re?
sponded to by Rev. Peter Smith in
Ireliull of the church, after which
they were invited to tlc
to partake of sn oyster supper
that had lieen ]
Committee of ladies. The l."?th
iiuul Fair for the benefit of Home for
I Colored Women will !*? held at
Myrtle St. commencing Tuesday
M;uvh 25th and will cont inn
. tbs-tvtl uriety of useful arl
made by the inmates, also fancy arti?
cles donated by friends, will Dt
sale. Refreshments will 1
' The fair will bs open from ld A. M.
until LO P. M.each day. Donations
Ol mon
provisions <?in be sent to thc mat ron
Jj Mrs. Lt. M. Smith.
I. Whit tie .
?
baptised 5 persons and At Chark
'.') Church, Rev. Thi rOUwd blip
tuted 4, The celebration of the 47th.
anniversary of tile G. I . 0. O. F. ol
.st on was held at (harli's St. Churcl
on last Sunday evening starch 2nd
The sermon was delivered by Rev
Theodore Could.
Th ? Uaiteit L >< i*i} A tociaoi u uif
1,1 at 1 Philips Court. M.rohS. 1890 ai 8 8
RI P. M. with Mies H*ttieA. 8mth rn th
>n chair. The program constated ot genera
( dtaioaston by tbe mombora. A debate:
la which ia the moat pleaanre p_r_ait c
poeeeesion. Mian Kale Hogan aud C. (
Pitte, Koq.. afldruiaove and -lisa Auuie 1
Soiith aud Mr. J. M. Burrell, Negative.
A? the conclusion of tbe exorcist
refreshment* were served and a pieaaar
**s time waa enjoyed by all present.
int T. c. Gio kb
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ow
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;on,
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has
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igan
clos
ster
Diku.?Wednesday Feb. _H>., at
LO a.m., Fannie B. Wiu.ia
bslovsd and only child of Nannie
Wiliams. Aged 14 years ami (i ino
Her trust was in the Lord. S
leaves many friends to mourn tin
pose.
Smoke Fl Matador Ciga r. oe.
Sip hi1 c..iufhi*?_\ if voa flo inf
may kui \ou. A boil its cf Bul Ca Cou
byi up on tv costs you 25 c's, and
lonely um) may save your life.
Mahoh 7 90.
This ls tn certify thai I have this <
appointed Geo. Williams Jr my ag
to conduct wholesale and retail ji
business at the corner ot Tenth and
sin Bank, with authority to buy t
af ll for cash.
A TIGHT PAI
_
SHOE!
are uot just the thing to rn \ke
happy CHRISTMAS.
Buv oir celebrated WAUK "I!
SHGES and all the modern st.yh
Gents. Ladle?.. Misses and Childr
SHOE S at
mi
607 E. BROAD S'
ieXr__kKrrr__iJi> i
The public to know that
Ha vak a FnuiT A TCl Mat ai
CIGARS! are the best
0HARLKSA SCHMIDT
13RU M>KlbIi -.V_.lJi_.LTOI
1 <.) we?*ei gh St.
-Deners in
FI NF WIN!
Havesl U^??>
fi will) CltiUtS 4 TOR
mad*1 (Jive them a call.
the
ravi
; 58
ireh.
the
e by
have
con
age
r,age
years
also
>py?
ay ot
oilier.
Dec.
s resi
secre
ullock
mock
g dis
poned
WAKE UP! WAKE UP!
DONT SLEEP. DONT THINK
DON'T PONDER
DONT TARRY; DON i WONDER
a a.. e> a ?u nTstoP
? until you have reached
TIE FAMOUS SHOE BOUSE
422 E. BROAD ST.
Bet. 4th and 5th.
Thiee hundred and fifty cases of Shoes at fifty cents on the dolla
r are nt y thousand dollars worth of shoes slaughtered at this forced sale
FA_tOU 8 SHOE HOUSE, 422 East Broad 8
QTfH/EQ MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
V I U V tl Ol >U EASY TERMS, $1 CASH A 1 PER WHEE.
M S. E1DY,
1602 _ IK. ,i rwm ft
Richmond - Virginia
A No. 7 Cooking Stove and Fixtures
_I Compete $12.00.
-??
^n Hra** ii,r* ?j**1' **? * *? rm fife rn, rioting
Machines, Sad Irons, and many other articles
?CHEAP FOR CASH or ON" EASY PAYMENTS.
CROCKERY WAUK ?iL\SS WARE \VO?)|>RV W\R1C. wn?LOW BAS
_KETS, TIN WARE, STONE IT ARK, SHEET IRON WARE A
-MANY OTHRR USKVCL ARTICLES.
fin-Rooflug, Plu-ubing Gas-Fitting A Joh w irk attends! to o**>*nr>tl
tn city sud conutiv. cy Don't forget the number 1602 & 1609 East
FRANKLIN STREET., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
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V\> would call special attention to our large aud well selected stock
of MEN'S BUSINESS and DRESS SUI TS, Overcoats?light and
neaw weights,CHlNCHILLAS, BEAVERS, SHELTONS, KERSEYS,
CHEVIOTS and WORSTEDS.
PANTS?Single Pants. W*> have made speciol t (Torts and our endeav?
ors have been crowned with success. Our stock consist of the
latest FoBEiQNf and Humk vi a res, cut aud mad- "*i the latest
(English) st vie-pric<*s raug<ng from $1.50, $2. j' $2.50,
$3.00, $3.5u, $4 00. $5.00 and up sarda.
PRINCE ALBERTSLT1'1> tn worsteds of every style sud gra^e. Plain
CorR>?'rcw?a 'de sud narrow wale.
Our CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT figures a prominent part i
Estatdishmenr. We carry a tremendous stock cor steting of ev
gr.de of cl >th?-s manufactured, wn show a very neat knee
porn's eu't tot $1.50. a heit? r one for $2.00 aud gradually
. rises accord! g to qual t\.
OVERCOATS-'?In iV.s _.>:?? S i-raa '>:-, specially s3apte-l for ?cboo!
children and veiar will o_ Hold toi~$_50 S ze> 4 to 10 ^ earn of a^e
KZr-a 8 to 14 w tl be sold for $4 and up.
Cali and examine our virious Departments.
B. FLOaS EJM.
?OR
CHARLES li JOftK
Furniture , Mattresses, arti ets. Cur
tains & Mirrors.
i The latest sty Vs. Sold for Ca??b or on Easy Term* at pride* **? su
?outh-west Corner 4th & Broad Stre
*,
(J VI ELY & HASKELL, 207 E. BRO VD
HOLIDAY GOODS
FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES.
-iKI-U A RATTAN PLUSH CHAIRS, ROGERS SILVER PLATES
WARE, LACJ_ CURTAINS, BIBLES, ALBUMS.
Lau bren,lina, Hanging Lamps. Ol ?<*Va, Mirr r?, Pi
R archer Mie N ?Bjt*|er, _J07 K. *Vo d S *

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