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V VOL. XIV.-NO. 32. ' HOPIONSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APKIL 19, 1892. $2.00 A TEAK,
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We Spread Ourselves for Our Next Great
FRIDAY, APRIL 22.
Beautiful New A
SSnrt.ntf HfrticoCS AW
Ladies -pure, milancsc
silk Gloves worth pr
6 0 to 7 5 o. a, pair. "
Simpsoti's Ex qui site
lovely patterns. t"u
J dress pattern of fine
all wool stilt- finish Henrietta
any shade J5 00
Handsome cream colored
Drapery, with large
colored dots, yard C-
rswidc. A yard
jO inch all wool Cre-
pontDfess goods "
Jlasselt I Co.
Wc will pu t on sale
A large assortment of
' ; jWillow
In 16th Century and
Ladies especially in-
vited to inspect
Beautiful Display of
At the Door ov Wealth.
Bon Franklin's "ft pouuy saved"
otc. in as tnio m It over was.
TowjroUto mnko. Thrifty pooplo
understand Ibis. That is why thor
oro our boat aud most regular pations
Wo always buyo thorn monoy.
Our men's furnishing
department is perfect
in its completeness,
with the times and
ever on the alert for
ot taste and style find
our store .by far the
place to do their out-
Two Great Bargain
Offerings in this Department
Samples of Men's
and Ladies' Spring
and Summer weight
underwear at less
than half value.
Men's 2 thread French
English sole spliced
heels and toes.
The greatest value
ever offered 10 cents
a pair, (limited.;
Bassett I Go.
Buctclen" wmca. Salvo.
The Best Salvo In tho world foi
Cut. Bruisos. Soros, Ulcers, Salt
Khouru, D'oror Sores, Tottor, Chapped
it. ...I. m.tllilntn. fVirfiR. and nil
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
riloB, or no pay required. , is guaranty
to givo perfect satisfaction, or
monoy refunded. Prico25 cents por
box, For aalo by H. B. Garner.
It Is gratify toff to not!co tho In-
croaso oi manuiaciunutj
at Shonnau, Va.,
Thousands of iiad and desolate
hornet havo Wen moilo happy by use
of "Hosts Uurts," which havo provci.
an absolute euro for tho followlugrdls.
casus uml ttiolrdlstroSBlllK . symptoms.
- - ------ --- Jt
Ulceration, Congestion ami jamugoi
tho Womb, Ovarian Tumors, Dropsy
of tho Womb, Suppressed
tloii. lliiiituro at Chiiuuirui, oi any
complaint originating In dltcatot of
tho reprouueuvo organs, wuuuius
from contagious discuses heredity,
tlulit lacing, overwork, excesses or
mHcarrlages. Ono lady writes us
that after Buffering for ton year with
Jjuucorrhea or Whiles, that ouonpnll.
ration uiillivly cured hor, and further.
inoro. alio sutlers no more pain uuiing
ilia inenstrual period. 1th h a wonder-
fid rcirulator. "Hoo lluds" aro a
aim tile, harmless preparation, hut
wonderful lu effect. Tno patient eau
apply it herself. No do 'tors examination
necessary, to which all modest
women, especially young, uiiiiiorrlcil
ladles eoriously object. From tho first
application you will feel llko a new
woman, Trlco $1.00 by mall, pt
paid. Tho Uvkhktt britcivio Co.,
'SJD Washington Bt.,JloftojOa88'
SOHOOL AND CHUnCH.
Mr. Edward Coltinan. of San Iran,
elsco, ha givnn 550,000 to endow a
professorship of upolot'o'.lcs In tho Con-
gretfauouni 'i iicoiobichi "'j
Fifteen pr cent of tho student
attending Bjdney unlverally, In Australia,
aro womfn. whoso advance,
meat there Is Itsoplns stop with their
progress lu Aroeriia.
Miss Julia DlAlnson, of Coldwater,
died recently at the llalimnn islands,
and among other generous ucquosia no
gava 810,000 to Obcilln collego, half fojr
the endowment of the lady principal-ship
and half for physical culturo training.
There aro about S.300,000 Treaty
Hriana In Scotland. There are l,50
plaos of worship In connectlou with
the church of Scotland, and 1.875 In
connection with the Free and United
Presbyterian church In all S,W) ar
more than t chnrith for aeh 1,000
tho population. Mlsatonnry Ilovlew.
The Pope passes a busy und hardworking
day. Ho rise at six, and until
two o'clooli, wlu he dUes, he l
oceupltxl, except for a brW
promenade In the garde) of tho Vatican
at neon. After dlnuer ho rests
until fAr o'clock, when ho begins a
serlss of dntlss thst Ueep him busy until
alne at night, nt which time ho eat
suppor. This last moal oi the ay w a
saOtt substantial one, It la composed of
-...4 w..li Atvu .nil .luranxraH ftutl.
A QUIET MAN.
The Illll.r Kiparl.nc of llulljr Who
T.Pkle.l II I in.
KearTho Dells ot tho Wisconsin rlror
stands an old house, onco famous
among tho rlror tnon as a' placo of
rerelry, a harbor for (ugltlvcs from the
pioneer justice ot the time, and a placo
where physical prowess was tho ono
safoguard of purse or person. A good
many stories cling to the spot, and any
good guide can tell of battles that chill
tho blood of the nummer tourist. For
In tho days when tha Dell House was
nt Its best great rafts of logs went down
tho river In charge of gangs of men
who drank and sworo nnd fought llko
all the pirates In Algiers.
Onco upon a time so the guide will
tell you Hill Kndsen camo down with
a raft of pine from tha upper woods,
and beforo pushing through tho narrow
gorge now .called "Tho Dolls." ho tlod
tip at tho Dell IIouso and told his men
thej might stay overnight. Among tho
crew was one Kllntsoro, a bully who
had beaten half the men In the parly,
and only waited a proper opportunity
beforo tackling old Mil Enilsen himself
; and, although old Hill had for
years been culled the best man on tho
river, ho was afraid of the sarsgo
who fought so llko a tlgor and
whose passion was never sated until
his victim M unconsckos. lllll had
decided If ever trouble did arise between
them he would kill I'llntsoro with an
ax rather than mcot him hand to hand.
Hitting In ono cornor of tho Dell
house, when tho noisy crow camo laughing
aud swearing In at the door, aat a
short, square man with a rather largo
bundle on the floor besldo him. lie paid
no attention to tho mon, and at first
thsy allowed him to pass unnoticed.
Hut as liquor stirred tholr blood they
grew more boisterous and Invited him
to join thorn. Ha declined, and again
they gave him soma moments of peace.
After a whtlo tho wildest rafter in tho
party camo over to the cornor and asked
tho quiet man what ho had In his bundle,
lie declined to answer, simply saying
It was Ids own and that ha wan taking
It down to Madison. Tho rafter waa
angry and ho amused htmsolt by standing
across tho room and tossing empty
whisky bottles at the motionless bundle.
"Ycu stop that!" yelled old Hill End
sen. "The man is not bothering us and
we won't bother him."
"Hut wo will," nld ninuorc, who
had notyot scon so good au opportunity
to quarrel with his rlvnL Words could
but lead to blows with these men. Thoy
wero unarmed and there was no chanco
for postponement. Thoy stepped outside
on tlio lovol, grassy plat ot ground
and engaged in a battlo whloh Is still
rcmombered by tho plonocrs. Tbejr
rolled ovor on tho ground; they sent In
heavy blows; they kicked, wrestled, bit
aud gouged, till old Hill was utterly
beaten and lay dafensoless against tho
brutal blows that fell upon him.
FHntsore drslsted at lost and tho
other rlrcnnen took the victim to tho
river and washed his wounds.
Then FHntsore went Into the house
and approached the quiet man, who
clone had not followed tho fighters outside
and watched them.
"Now what have you got In that bundle?"
"Ko matter what I'vo got," returned
the short man; "It's none of your business."
Then you got up ond fight."
"Well, you take au hour to rest up
ond I will fight you," responded the
qulot man; and thero was that In his
eye which promised he would keep his
word. "You toko on hour to rest up.
Then go.ln tha cellar together,
lock the door Inside and throw tho key
out through the bars After that, God
have mercy on tho weaker roan."
Fllntsoro was wild with delight
IUro was a chauco for two good fights
In one day. Ho took a drink to his own
good luck, and then stretched out on tho
floor and waited.
When tha hour was up the quiet man
cast ono long look at his still motionless
bundle, stripped to his shirt and
led the way to the cellar. The
was walled with rock. Tho door
was heavy and strong. Tho windows
were barred with iron. The floor wait
Thoy locked the door, tossed tho key
out through the grating, and a moment
later the crowding river raeu outsldo
knew the fight had begun. They oould
sco llttlo through the bara. Thoy pressod
their facoa ngalnht iho windows, climbing
upon each other for a vantago
point, till tho only air passage was
Choked, and tho men Insldo fought in
Thoy wero thero scarcoly twenty
minutes. .Then tho man who had been
qulot came to tho window and calmly
asked for tha key". l!e!Je. him thero
was not a sound In tha collar. Ho unlocked
tho door, and thoy. crowded In.
There in the middle ot tho floor lay
Fllnstore, bound hand and foot, gaggod
almost beyond the point ot breathing,
and stripped naked. Tho tbiigh cloth.
Ing which had covered him now held
him a disgraced prisoner. When ho had
been freed the men asked him if ho
wanted to try it again.
"No," said ho humbly. "That man
held mo with one hand. Ho knocked
mo down whenever ho wanted to. I
couldn't'toueh him. And If I tried to
clinch he downed ma and fell on me.
My ribs aro broken. My hoort hurts.
The quiet man still sat, In his corner.
"Do you mind telling' us who you
aro?" asked one of the raftsmen politely.
"it don't make nuy difference who I
am," sold tho mau, "but If It will
you any, I will tell you I make u
pretty good living as a fighting mau.
This llttlo bundlo you have asked about
Is niv baby. Mr wife died up at Lis-
ton, and I am going to Madison to
leave tho baby with my mother. It
any of vou men want lesson In boxlag
wfcen I coino baek I will aocoumodato
'Alll 'Eudsen and VllnUoro oro historical
characters unnuddown tho Wisconsin.
Hut the mall who was better
than either of them Is unknown to this
day. Chicago Ucrald.
(as 1N1.1BL i a1 - uiggsa en
Highest of all In Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
GOLD IN THE STARS.
(A meteorlto recently found contained folil la
(ts comtxnltton, !)rrl tildillftc mrn of
note consider this proof poiiltlTp thut
ttinre It Euld In the itnu.
Ho, ror fallis all over tha enrthl
Itsrs vou ksrd II, tho beautiful news,
To n lie to fou tram povurtr's deottb.
And to s o rou from romtr's blues f
A meteor fll In tin west
Tbst was striped with ttutferoua bsrs,
And dentists tltertfom iisv guested
Thst there's plenty of gold In tho stars.
Tben svsy with all hunger snd voe,
And svsjr with nil lorrovr ond want,
Let rour spirits oxultlngljr flair
WHIe you Join fa tbe Rloriois thnunt.
Oh, wbx lo with sorrow oppressed!
Thero Is gold In Arcturus and Msrs,
In the Dlpptr, the Twins snd tho rest-There
Is plenty ot gold In tho stars I
O, re tollers with eensltlro souls,
who sre chained to a tedious grind,
Now tho burden swsjr from ou rolls
And U left In thodlstnnee behind.
Out Iho shtcklcs thst bound rou away
And forget tho disfiguring scors
You ran soar ss ycu will from Uxlay,
There Is plenty of gold In tho stars I
Oh, ye sIstcs to tho rigors of fate,
Who lire but to struggle for bread,
Whose lore has been curdled to hate
Till ye sigh for the peace of the dead I
11 Id goodby to the er ot wrong,
Hid to tha pitiless bars
Uehlnd which ye have struggled so long,
There ts plenty of gold In the stars.
Let us hear of Injustice no more,
Nor of riot surrounded by dearth',
God ts merciful now as of yore,
And has neter forgotten tho earth.
Ye who grovel In poTcrty's dllch.
Look to Jupiter, Venus and Mars;
They sre nearer by far thsn the rich, ,
And Micro's plenty of gold In the stars I
, Ucorgo llorton. In Chicago Herald.
A DOUBLE DELUGE.
An Amorlonn's Exporlonoo with n
II,' nlddU. of M. Lonls, Assists Id Stop-
plo th Itolei In a lllke Ths
Mugnlflrence of ths
Bo few members of tho army of
Americans which yearly pours to Europe
go to Holland, unleKS It be simply
to fly tHrough by rail, giving perhaps a
day to Amstordam, that to those who
know tho fair "Low Countries," It has
become a matter of groat surprise
It would seem natural that tho soldier
should wish to see tho fields whero
were fought tho most heroic battles ot
modern times; when the oltlxeu soldiers
of a small and unmllltary country
stood their ground against tho mluhty
legions of Alva, ond did not talk of
In the last dltcli, but died there.
Ft would fccom as If tho sailor would
like to visit the dock yards whenco
Vau Tromp, with hU boom nailed to
his masthead, wont out nnd "swept tho
sea," and at least lo look -upon tho
cabin where tho great Peter of Russia
lived while very practically studying
Hut above all Holland 'U tho paradlsd
for the mero seeker after novelty." In
fact, the novelty Is, at Crat, almost-ton
marked; Ills bowlhlerlnc. Tho rivers
pour along far over your head. Instead
of "going down lo iea In ships," you
climb up long Mights to get at them.
It seems a mad land. Tha streets of
the cities aro water; tho whole
Is dotted with windmills grinding,
not grain, but water; you may
walk along tho seashore for days and
be no more able to find a pebblo than
to find a crown diamond, go a llttlo to
tho north where what by courtesy may
be called the land la a few inches above
high tide nnd there for miles and miles
you will find tho sea sand neatly covered
with matting to prevent Its blow-log
away! A still1 more astonishing
thing Is that tho men aiid women do
not seem (at first alght always understood)
to belong to the samo race. Tho
men, most polito and courteous lu all
classes, and hospitable to a marked degree,
nte Btnld, crave, formal and as
solemn as tho fourtccntldy ot the sermon
of a Puritan divine. Tho women,
whloh has more pretty girls In It
than any plucv on earth of the same
population (our own town, of coUrso,
excepted) aro guy, decidedly, although
demurely, coquettish, and not at all
averse to Inuocent fun. If, however,
the strnutfcr o &o fortunnto as to gain
admittance as an Intlmato to the family
clrclo of Borne Dutchman, ho geta to
know that tho men aro really very Jolly
fellows, and that their grave formality
Is only a national custom Instilled
In them from babyhood. Hut there Is
no country in Kuropo whero it Is ao
tliOleult for a ttranger to gain such admittance,
for tho Dutch do not love
men of other races.
, Hut tho moro one knows of this people
the. more tho curiosity grows as to
who wero their ancestors, and what In
the that ls?wondcrful evor
led them to settle In such n country; a
country that had not a tree' upon It,
and litis needed to have millions ot
Norway pines driven Into its unstable
soil to hold its house3. Hut, in tho
early days, how build homes at all?
Thero was not a Rtone In the country;
there was no wood nnd no coal, so how
make bricks? As thero was no wood,
absolutely none, how make boats to
bring nccenrea from othor lands, or
to hunt aquatic anlmats? What did
that strange people live upon? The
Boll was then cortalnly unfit for agriculture,
barren sand and water soaked
mud. There waa no game except
water fowl, certainly no land animals
fit for fowl or useful for their skins.
How catch fish In any such numbers as
to bo a mainstay ot life without boats,
the ilshlni durlnff nt least three
months of tho year being necessarily
pn the sea? Why they went thero aud
how thoy survived aro mysteries; wo
only know that tho tireless Industry
and indomitable pluck of tho raca has
inado the land to blossom oa the 'rose,
and dotted It with fair cities. ,
Tho language of tho Dutch Beems a
cross betwoen Gorman and English,
but tho people nvo entirely unlike
either (lorinons or Englishmen, and
nulte an unlike their other neighbors,
tho Flemish and the Krenclu They do
not llko their nclghber. and In return
these neighbor. jenIou q( lh,0,uoj;
binder's Tiard'earufd suueass, uru ul'
ways throwing hard words at them.
This Is a long Introduction to my
personal experience of a Holland
storm. I was visiting a gentleman
who lives on an Island Just wostof tlio
mouth of tho Rhlae. We had dined
and wero enjoying some cigars whon
the daughter of ono of tho dyko gunrdt
cama to the house with tho news that
a northwestern storm was blowing
tha one wind tha Hollander dreads. At
once tho whole lioiiMihold was lu commotion.
1 lmd been once In a hurricane
In Cuba, but thut was a drystorm:
tho Holland storm was different. I wm
provided by my host with an oil conl
and a fisliormnn's hat.
As all iho other men went out, 1 tell
it my duty to follow J Uiom, but when
I got out of tho door I becntno bewil
dered. I could hear tho booming of
tho sea against tho dike, but could not
see; ebtawhere I hod always found,
even on tha darkest nlghti, a certain
glimmer ot light, but thero tho dark
ness was like that of a closed rrom,
and tha rain did not seem rain, butllko
the downpour of a cataract; the ground
wm covered everywhere with water,
which, as tho island lies twenty odd
feet below tlio ordinary level of the
sea, could not run off. 1 was so
that I turned to go back to the
house when a friendly hand was luld
upon my arm, and a gentle voice sold;
"Come, let mo show you the way."
Recognizing the voice I said, In
amazement: "Surely you aro not going
out In this tempest?''
"Ohl yes; 1 always help when thero
is danger to the dike,"
Wo reached tho dike safely, but
Booked, at least I was, for not being
amphibious tho water had the better
The scene at the dtko was, it the
term Is permissible, sublimely hideous.
The sea was piled up almost to the top,
and every wave washed over. The
roar was 'deafen lng. Such masses of
water come over that tho men wero
constantly knocked down, but my little
friend seemed as by a miracle tocscape.
Hho was but a slip of a girl, not over
seventeen, but sho took her place lu
tho lino of men like a true heroine.
What astonished me most, however,
was tho singular chaugo in her appearance;
there was a row of lanterns, so
I saw her clearly. At the dinner she
bad been oxqu'sltely and most daintily
dressed, and as sho aat at the piano I
caught a gllufpse of a falryHke foot
clad in a allk bllppcr tnado from tha
same mutcrial as her gown, At ll...
dike alio had on a pair of rough fisherman
boots which camo nbovo
Into these were poked a pair of
boy's trousers and the astonishing costume
was finished by a long, yellow
ollcoat nnd a man's hat tied to her hca t
with a handkerchief. Yet she could
not help looking pretty. I told her
afterwards thnt she had reminded m.
As 1 could bo of no possible help,
after an hour I went back to the
Tho distance was only about a quarter
of a mile, but how I ever reached thai
houso has ever since been a matter of
wonder to me. Three times I sllppe j
In tho soft, spongy mud; my hat bleu
oft and never was found; I was so wel
that although It was summer time 1
felt bitterly cold; I missed my way und
got Into a plowed field, but I reached
the houso at last, and a cup ot hot U'li
brought at ouce by an obliging housemaid
cheered tno Immensely; but then
came a serious question. I had taken'
Only a little handbag with me; what
should I wear? But tho maid solved
that question. She took to my roo it
a pair ot trousers, slippers, ami
a most comfortable dressing gowu.
saying that sho would come
when I had changed .my things ond gjt
my wot clothes and dry them for md.
Within ten minutes I was by a
fire that had been built In tho
dining-room, with n jug of hot water
and a decanter ot brandy at my side,
nnd the mutd disappeared with my wet
That girl was a genius.
In about two hours she brought my
things back; not only wero they dry
and cloth',' but hnd b&en Ironed bo that
they looked better than they had
In the morning. The shoes, dry as a
bono, had been neatly blackoned, and
with a clean- ahlrt from my bag I
looked raytelt onco more. The tempest
wept on with unabated fury, the
wind howled and shrieked llko an
angry demon, nnd the downpour of
rain still continued, und I could not
help thinking with the most sincere pity
of the gallant men and that fair young
girl who their dike.
What use their being there was, or
what they could hava done, heaven
and the Hpl)atider'u1one know, I can
understand protecting a dike from tho
outside with mats, but what can bo
done from tho' inside. They certainly
were not there for pleasure. Doubtless
the shrewd Hollander knows a trick or
two ubout Iiltt dikes that a stranger
would never guess. Not only his fields,
but bis very Hfo depends upon It
After' a time tho wind went down,
tho rain ceased, the sky brightened ami
the watchers returned with the lnfor
motion that the wind was still blowing,
had changed its direction and tho
dike was safe.
On account ot their kindly courtesy,
I shall alwuya hava a tender spot in
my heart for tho Dutch, but should politely
request to be excused from being
out again In another Hollaudlsh tern-pest
I am not sufllclently amphibious.
E. J. Hlddle. lu St LouW Republic.
Ily the will ofElia7a Hondrlek.
son, 'who died a month ago at IIoIIIh,
Tj. I., several thousand dollars are left
tir religious purposes. Among the
feuqueata aro 810,000 to the general
synod ot tho Reformed church, for the
support of Indigent young men study
ing for tho ministry! 810,000 to the
board of domestlo missions of the Re
formed church; 83,000 to the board of
foreign missions of tho same church;
819,000 to tho Reformed Church of
Queens, the sum to be Invested In rel
estate. Tha Allen Methodist Episcopal
church reoaKea "?0, awt the Reformed
church rocelvoa 8o00 to lie used in painting
and repairing. .
A eurlous lawsuit has been Instituted
in Shenandoah. Va, A few
Sundays ago tho wife of David Jones
brought their Infant child to tho Episcopal
church to, be, baptiaetL, Before
the ceremony began Jonea arose and
exciairaea; "tioiu upi it you enrtsten
that child you do It against tho wlshnnd
religion ot iho father, I am au Sngltsh
Hnptlst" The wife said It was her
wish to havo the child christened, and
the minister proceeded with tho ceremony,
The husband then had the
clergyman arrested under a law which
states that a futher has tho spiritual
and educational control of his child
It arrlvea at the ago of maturity,
The eaao ho been scat to court, wbwe
with vuw or warawWao in It N, Y HWU.MWW.
In the Clothing
50 pairs Boys' knee pants, 4 to 12 years,
100 pairs finest all wool merchant tailor's
remnants Boy's knee pants, 4 to 14 years,
original price $1 50 TUESDAY'S PRICE S9o
In Shoe Department;
Our wonderful Slipper spread of last Tuesday
(with a few exceptions) will be continued on
next Tuesday for the benefit of the
of customers we were unable to wait on.
$1 50 Oxfords for 99c, broken sizes.
10 per cent off of many of our finest and choicest
Oxfords and low shoes.
100 pairs men's calf and kangaroo Southern
ties at 25 per cent discount.
J. H. Anderson & Co.
Always the Best.
THE TRUTH Always answers best, therefore we advertise just what
we intend to carry out. This faot is
yfLL Known by all our customers, hence their confidence and
our success. Footwear bought of us is sure to be just
what yon are
I U LU Everything in the line of Footwear, of the very best quality
and in ake.of goods, much better for the price than
AMU Of Hie newest, latest and nobbiest styles. We have
them now. They were selected with great care by us per-
sonally. and people who have
LI V tU In Ilophinsville for years (but in these years they have
never seen a more elaborate tine of Footwear thanwe are
sLOWi'11) wHl 0W1V
I I n Tfi now
U I I U This after seeing our exhibit. We are leaders in stylish,
, well-made and artistic Footwear at lowest possible prices
1VI tin rid Urge intending purchasers to call and inspect our superb
' soc- square dealing and honeet goods we owe our
SUCCESS. And we shall endeavor in the future, as in the past, to
meit your patronage- A cordial invitation is extended
to all to visit our store and see the handsomest assortment
in the city.
108 MAIN STREET.
10 Pes. Outing Clotbt 81c,
l Worth 12 Jo
Tho Novolly Soronto Cloth 80 lu,
wid", Worth 18o Wo yd
600 yds. Cotton Wash Chovron
clotE5 Worth 12o 81 yd.
25Pca.asaortol Drosa Ginghams,
10 Yes. . assorted Aprou Chock Gina-
ham; Worth 7ofo Co.
10 Pc?, Dost Quality' Api ron Chock
sfl t rm i n m a Worth o auu 10.i $ 71c.
lfTPca. 86 In Ponang for shirt waist
llirht colors. ' Worth 12c 10.
TO P English Uedrord Cord,
Worth 35o this wcok $ 26c
10 Pea. "Figured Englsh Cashmoro.
Worth 25c, this wwM, 12c.
10 Pattorns now shado I'roncU
Sattoons, Worth 25o this wook g$ 18o.
FOE MONDAY ONLY.
2000 yards Shilling prints, at 4c.
Best radlgo. Turkey rods und
mourning prints Do.
Dr. Wnrnor's Corolino Corpot
long waist " 98c.
Tho 0. B. block Coraot " 98c.
Latlioa fast black staincss boso llc.
" Sutra's black stalnloss rlbbcxl
Ladlca fast black gunrnntood Iiobo
25 dozen childrona French inado
hoso iu 6 to 8
Best Quality English Pins 2 papers
Good Quality English Pius-1 papers
Marshall's Brown Linou Thread 1
Alex King's 500 yd. spool throad G
Clnrks O. N.T. 3 spools 10c.
Holding's embroidery silk 12 spools
Cnrtlcolla sowing silk 100 yd. 1
Corticolla sowingsilk CO yds. 1 spool
Special Prioes on Lar
dies Muslin underwear.
10 inch black Honriotta, nllk finish
worth $1.25, 09c.
10 inch black Ilonriotta worth $1.00,
10 inch black Hourietta worth 7Cc.
Ladies Shaped and
Ribbed Jersey vests,
Ladies shirt waists colored porcalosl
Jl vda. long, tnpod
a ' " " bleached 99o.
3 " ' Nottingham $118.
LAOE BED SETS,
Spread and pillow shams Beautiful
New lot Aprons just
For this Week Only.
A fine black sntoon Corsot & 10c.
A good corsot clastlo hip " Ilk).
A number 1 summer corsot " 18c.
Tho M. 0. French woven corsot " 03o.
Opposito Yates' Jewelry palace- Beards corner.
11 No. 15 MAIN STREET.