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' ' SfOL. TIOPIONSVILLB, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AP1UL 22, 1892. $2.00 A YEAR,
the choice of 5,000 Highly
Tempered Pure Steel, Finely
Scissors and Shears.
Fancy Emb'd Scissors,
L or no xotmiss rjrrs
Kow Spring CaUcoort
Ladies' Puro Silk Gloves v OKfJ
Simpson's Ganton Cloth 1 gr
Henrietta DrMwJJaltoru (JjQ OO
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i kUm ifcrM.yw mmr
5. J' 1
BjgjnUful Drapery Eg
Crorkm Dross Goods 75c
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sold'twice the ,;
number'. ..? ,
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To Bo ' :' ,
Delivered - '
In 10 Days
.Call' early vhil6v
n wo iiavc samples
on hand., r .
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Point Bj,u,'d Scissor,
TO i - DAY'S
Samples of men's &
ladies spring and sum
mer Underwear, at
Men's fine 2 thread
Balbriggan So cksi
great value for 25c.
To-day only 10c a
Bassett & Co.
Bucktent nrmcA Salve.'
rr,n Tine RftlvA In lo WArlil ff)l
CutBruJirtw, Soros, XJiqorBj 'Salt
lTwtM TH.nKlinci . rnrnji ntul nil
Skin !nirfy'oi, nnd positively euros
Y Uos, or -no pay quirod. It Is guar-
auioeu lo give porivci. ouumuuuuu, ui
raouey roiunuoa. mw. por
box, For aalo brH".B.,:Gttrner,
' RItJb lioml Inf Tniin Stnrfno rams
wero rocontly shipiwd lo." Australia.
now JO siBI
Tho only-- afo and rcllaMe treat-.
incut for obcsltvv (oV tupcrfluou fwt)
U .tho 'oWclty Obfslty 1MII,
'ifrnilunllv l(1llc Mm wcluht
ami measurement, No Injury or in-
CUIlVUIllUIIUU luavo nv lmi'wv.
(ietj'bY absorption, . .. s.
,rhls'ilro Is foifndcd un the mbj
4:ri)itHlS' princlpc8, nnd .has.beuii
1'liyslciansof KuroMj In Ids private
prucili,,o,,fir flvo ycarc," with the
most, gratifying retwttf., , , ,
I Shvllenryl'crkliis, 29 Union Tart?,
llostbn. writes : From tho use qr the
ut .. ..:..(" m,o!tV l'lllu mv Tvnlcht
Imsbeon reducwV ten pounds in thico
W.I 11.' 1 I... ,Jn...Mllinnllli to WJM't
much JmproYQd, Tho prlnclplej of
your, trcutineiiiaronuiy irauir. uj
uiyfumliyriiysicwii. minwiqi mj
Kratltiulo I herewith ulyo" K01' Pfr"
iiiIrI0ii to iif.0 my Uesiro
In tin en V
f2.0l) iter paqknKO.or thruo
hr registeivtl mall.
All orders suppiiuii lureci nvm um
'I'hn Itvori.llA 5tCfinn I'O.. 3il9
"vjTEY 1,IKED' Tft$ yuuR. -
Soiim Animal. Tfmt llwve R Foiiitncii for
Wltliluif lo'tot ftirhlmiolf tho repnt'
eil foiiilpt ot many nnlmnli for
tames, tli6 writer paid it erle of tlslts
to a mcnufc'orlo tovIdeJ ,vlth bottles of
scent anil a pticUut of oHIuu wool, and
there trluil aomn lurinlen exportmenta
which nppuiwutly ifuyo jr;at satlsfao
tlou to tholnlmhlpintH of varlohx njres.
liareiutnr wlr wns rt'celycit wjtta
pnrtlgidnr fnvor, Mill not of the Hon
nn'il liKipm.U Bhotvt'il uKiiiull(ll pleav
ure 1iati t,he scupt va tnretl on the
,'wool nml put tlirnrfKh the burs. The
first leopard to which It was offcrod
stood over, thii! .ball jqt qotton, shut
Its eyes, opened Its; , moujh and
scrwe) up Jtn HQco. It then
lay i)owu and ' bcld it between
Its pav. rnhhthl lU face oyer It and
finished' 'by lylnjj upon It Another
leopard unolli'il It nnl sneezed, then
caught tho iv..Hil In claw, plnycd
'with It, mid lay hnolt nnd rubbed IU
heftdund noclf ovor thd Scent.
j' it'jhun folnhed ttinitlur leopard which
In t cavre, and the two
liUToi) It fiirom (iiiu touthcrj .and
the UiHl'i!'mr end. ( $ tiihfny tlie ball
in IU lentil, oil I'll in; Us llpn hutk.
n'nd ttilial'ii Iha ilolllitfiil pcrfiunq
with IihIMmiI y'o
'I'liiiUon uiil li'iiiMf, when their turn
caivv'"f''il l' nil I npi'ii It nt thusnmg
Mini, "thi; lion ll.on ffuvg the llouens a
culj .wIlU'liU (i.nv wlil!i i(ii(nt her ort to
tliu tiuglt of the en 11'. "I'd mWln)f se
cured It f'iMillnwKlulil hU b'toiid licad
on the morwl nf cotton und purred with
BatUfautleu, IiUh 'i'lmoa,
Itnpnrliint Work lo Do, I'rllcuUrlr with
SoTornl ot the departments havo
printing shops of their own, which aro
branches of the jrovernment printing
ofllce. Tho highest of them Is attschod
to thd trrosury, eiuploylntf eighty men
and women. Ollwrs are annexed to tho
war, nary and Interior. Tho department
of stuto ha the smallest of all,
with only nlxjnt a dozen employes.
This Init, however, docs much
work of n secret nnturo, setting
tyfe for n (treat many documonts whlcli
art kept moHt secretly from the view
of .he public.
Tim depArttnrnt ,1. t,0 ,.
pcltory of the secrets of tho govern
loent It docs and knows many things
which are notcoimnunlcnlcd to tho people
nc)r .ovcil to congress. Obviously,
there are mtmcrottn Instances whero
the publication of diplomatic business
would fmstrato the purioncs In view.
Tor cxnmplc, when negotiations urero
set on foot for tho purclmso of
Alaska, It would never hnve dono
to tell tho rcjHirtcrs for tho
prrsn whnt wits tho nature of 1'rlnot)
Uortschnl(ofrs confliluntlal reply to
Mr. ijcwanl's preliminary overtures.
That might have spoiled tho whole, affair.
Ponding treaty matters oven tho
t.cnato I not permitted to have knowledge
One function of the department of
stnto Ik to maintain the peace of nations.
With n vlow to th la end, It usually
preserves silence respecting breaches
of diplomatic faith. Many a ttmo
whoa the United states has been treated
with wnnt of courtesy nnd oven dishonesty
by foreign governments nil
knowledge of tho injury done has been
kept from tho public. The printing of
tho facts In Mich cases would merely
have aroused popular Indignation and
Inspired an unhealthy sentiment of
hostility. On the other hand, Undo
Kam has moro than once trcutod other
nations with unfairness, and they have
(said nothing. lie really purchased tho
island of BL Thomas from Denmark a
few years ngo, the bargain being so far
completed that tho residents unfurled
the American Hag, but ho crawled
out of it rather discreditably
at tho end. Nevertheless, Denmark
took it quietly and mado no fuss
whatever. Whatever has been wrUlcn
or printed on such snbjccts remains
burled In tho secret archives of tho
stato department. Tho question
whether theru could occur a enso where
the secretary of state would feel obliged
lo refuse Information demanded by con
gress has been disputed. Probably ho
would bo able to escape the dilemma
by diplomatic evasion.
A rather Important part of tho state
department a printing is the system ot
consular reports. It is not generally
realized that this branch of tho gov.
ernment employs on its staff the Unest
corps of reporters In existence. They
aro scattered over all parts of the globe,
und, being constantly in communication
fey telegruph with the offleo at
Washlugton, they are ready to combine,
at a moment's notice, in giving information
on any conceivable subject
All the consuls, consuls-general and
cvtn our ministers nbroad aro Instructed
to regard thin us a jiortton of their
duty, and thnx the secretary of stato Is
enabled to gut out a mi in lie r of
on whatever topics may
be regarded its brst calculated to afford
useful Information, mot of them being
'ni;trilJj3tirest .('lil.ffm W.w.
K. P. A. Meeting May 10.
Tbedatoot tho 1'iess mooting at
Lexington una boon fixed nnd tho
following program arranged:
AMombloat noon at tho Opero
House, Tuosdny, Hay 10.
Address of wolcomo by tho Mayor,
Hon. J. Hull Davidson.
Roaponso by ILjAt'Sbmrnors,
Shortbusinoss Bossion. - . .
Attqnd last day of tho spring racos
on invitation of tbo Kentucky Association,
Business mooting" tu tho oveniug,
after which tho Mayor's ball at tho
11th Businosa mooting in tho
Luncheon nt Ashland, on invitation
of Moj. H. C. MoDowoll.
Business mooting in tho ovoning;
ufter adjournment, bnncjuot at tho
Phoenix Hotel. Gov, Brown will
and rosjKHid to tho first toast.
On the 12th tho Association will ad
journ, aud its mombcrs return, or go
upon an excursion as may bo arranged
by tho Committee- on Transportation.
Auhual Address A. Y. Ford
Aunual Daisy Fitzhugh,
Subject to bo Choson by Writor
Miss Lila Boll, Qoorgotowrt Times,
Initial Stops in Journalism It. W
Brown, Louisvillo Times,
Boll, nopkinsvillo New Era,
Daily Journalism in a small City
Uroy Woodson, Owonsboro Messenger,
Advertising Agonciea Qoorgo It.
Waahbunji ll'ine ami Spirit Review.
Tho Mako-up of a Papor Jamos
11. Morre, Kentucky Utmestead,
Tho Exchange Fiond Jamos M.
Richardson, Gloagow Times,
What tho City Paper Wnut from,
iia uouniry vorrosjwnuent dosopli
Short talks upon the various papers
will follow tho reading of
each, uomramoo is authorized to
supply vacancies iu tho prograinmo.
Hor Doolalon fn tho Fnoo of a Groat
"What n selfish, heartless world this
1st" murmured llarbara lllake to
as she snt by tho window, mending
with deft delicate stitches tho
holes In old Mrs. Dickinson's silk hose.
"Here I am, a girl of eighteen to whom
gayety, amusement and Hunshlne would
seem us natural as tho fall ot tho dew;
yet I am cooped up in n gloomy,
house, the mere shadow of a
cross, exacting old womnoj whoso
wants are never satisfied. Companion,
indeedl" as slid broko oil the needleful
ot Bilk floss with a snap, "1 am anything
but that Drudge, menial machine.
It you plcas'o but nothing llko
a companion. And all to earn a paltry
Uringl Oh, dear, why cannot pcoplo
live on flowers &nd fresh air, as tho
humming birds do? WTiy is it necessary
to toll si for bread to cat and
clothes to cover us? It does sects to
mo as If life wore nit a failure!"
Ever slnco she had risen from her bed
that mornlug Mio had been nt Mrs.
Dickinson's bscle nnd call
Mrs. Dickinson was not always In an
amiable mood There was hottwfter.
to bring up for her bath ltWUt bo
steaming from the kitchen, and the'old
lady would trust no one but llarbara
to carry it, because, as she- said, tho
servants Were so careless and spilled it
on tho stair carpaU.
Just .then tho door softly ' (swung
open, and in tripped a bright, pretty
damsel ot two or three nnd twenty, in
a coquottlsh fall hat trimmed with
scarlet popples and bows of cherry
velvet, and a beautiful jetted mantle.
"Clara!" cried llarbara, nearly
the work basket In her surprisi
and delight "How cutno you hero!"
"In splto of tho edict: 'No fdllowers
allowed?." laughingly retorted Clara
lielden. "My dear, I ran tho blockade.
I bribed the housemaid, nnd Crept up
tho stalra as softly ns a mouse. ' Don't
bo alarmed the oreus Is snorlntr with
"How beautifully you aro dressed.
CI art" said Barbara,
l,You havo got a situation at
Clara nodded, and adjusted a glittering
now silver banglo ondicr wrist v
"A good one," said shc,omphatcally
"I'm In the company of tlie Ccccliari'
theater," .explained lara. '.'Wo aro
supposed to be singers, but our voices
don't signify a pin. The Ceccllan takes
prtdo in its chorus being tho
handsomest girls In town. Aud you
arc pretty, llarbara, you know very
Wkll prettior than lam, if you would
only give yourself a chance. I could
lukko a beauty ot youl And
It's only the evenings, you see, with
an hour or so at morning rehoarsal,
ami n matlnco onco a week and it's
such fun. Thcro's ouo young (nan In
thn audience who has thrown a bouquet
to mo ovcry night foreight nights
running. And thera are suppers and
breakfasts, and all that r.ort ot thing."
Involuntarily llarbara drew haclc
"Hut, Clara Is-it right to"
4'Kghtt Oh, you silly llttlo goose,
why not? There's Mm, Dowdtn, tho
bandmaster's wife, to chaperon us,
isn't thero? And sho'a an old woman
of tlfty. oh, lasmro you, it's a very
scloct company indeed. Sixty dollars
a month, and your salary raised If you
do well. Aud whou I heard that there
was- n vacancy, I thought of you tho
very first thing. I kti'ow you had a
nice mezzo-soprano .voice, but, as I Bald
before, that don't matter so much, as
long ns you are so pretty. A brunette,
too wo havo an overplus ot blondes
already. And I know, also, that yon
were only getting fourteen dollars here
with nn old martinet for a commanding
otllcor. Come, am I not a good
friend to you?"
HUH Uurbat;a looked with questioning
eyes at the handsome, voluble girl.
Could it bo possible that this self-possessed,
Clara Iloldou, liar classmato at school,
aud only tv month older than herself?
Sixty dollan! Yos, it waH kind ot
Clura It would Indeed do an outlet of
escapo from this wretched, grinding
bondago of her dally lite. Sixty dollars,
with suppers, bouquets, admiration
unlimited llarbara drow her
breath with n gasp It sccmod almost
too much to realize.
Just then Mury, tho housemaid,
Into the room, with her linger on
"Miss llluke," said she, with a sidelong
glanco of admiration nt tho showy
visitor in hor ullks, bangles and "breath
of roBiis," "tho oulil lady Is aflher
wakln' Mil ui cm us two sticks. An'
V, S. Gov't Report,
v i " - - - - - A
Highest of all In Leavening
THE CRANKY MAN.
Short una stout ot lean nnd Isnkr,
Rusiilsn, rruiMan, l'ols or Yankco,
Var a man who's crom and cranky
We vo no usa,
Tlioueh from pity we endure hlra.
Or trom friendship try to cure htm,
He's t nuisance we assure him,
Aim a goose.
Rnapnlng, inarlltiff, Kfulillog. ceoillnif,
(lUrlnir, RruniloB. rrulnbllnir, Krowllo;,
HatlilS, hlttlntr, Miulm;, IiohIId,
Altrsya he .
Is ths moil nnhsppy jierson
Tlmt won ever laid a curse on,
Fact there Itn'l any worso oa
Jand or re.i.
Wife nnd children fear t.) meet him,
Frlcndi, If any, cease to greet him,
Btrangers with aversion treat hirai
Vex and IrrlUtn him till he,
Mad with luis.lon, wants to kill be
lly his childish actions, ellly
Never muslo Is lie hearing,
Never Leauty U appearing
To bis eyes; no fun that's checrlns
Does he know.
Hating self bo hates Ids brothers!
Alt the Joys ot Ufa he smothers,
Ixme, forlorn, spurt from others
He must J.
lie's a Dulnncc ami h knows It,
And his face unhappy shows It,
Hut the cranky fellow owes It
For ho lets, hi; temper rulo him, ,-
And life's petty troubles fool him! ., .
Now we'll lay him Juat to coot him
On ft shelf. ,'
11. C. Dodkc, in Ooodall's Bun.
Ho says" you Vo forgot her intoning
tonlo and llijou'scollnr Is too tight, and
this Way, miss, pt'az," us Clara rose
precipitately. "It's as much as mo
place is worth for Mrs. Dickinson to
know that Miss lllake had company
unbeknown lu her! Itun quick, pl'nzc,
Miss illako 1 can hear her scolding
"Never mind, dear!" encouragingly
whispered Clara, as she rustled by,
leaving an odor of franggtpnnni In her
wake; "tho odious shackles will soon
drop off. Mend mo a line at once. Mr.
Dowdlu can't waltl"
Mrs. Dickinson had never been so Irritable,
so hard to please, as sho whA
that duy. Or, at least, ho It seemed to
Hut thero was an exultant thrill in
the girl's heart
"It need not be for long," she told
herself. "I will write Immediately and
accept ClAra'H kind offer."
Hut nevertheless a certain regretful
feeling kept pulling at her heart
strings. Sho remembered how her
gentlo, soft-voiced mother. In her lifetime,
had always distrusted Clara
Heldcn s assured mauncrs ana dashing
ways. She recalled to herself that
mother's efforts to kepp her In tho
modest rotlrcmcnt of the home circle,
her constant precepts against brushing
oft tho soft bloom of true womanhood,
and consclcnco told hor to reject the
"Hut 1 am soyoungl" sho pleaded with
herself. "And 1 have seen so little of
plcaiuro and variety. I am such a
drudgcl No one cares for me here: and
pcrhnps, if I went to tho Ccclllan 1
might attract some truo heart Even
if Kugcne Dickinson were to sec mo
dressed as Clara dresses but nol Eugene
never would go to n place like tho
Cccollau. Of courso It must bo respectable,
or Clara would not bolohg
to it lint oh, nol Kugcne would
never go there,"
In an Instant sho comprehended.
Sho would bo lowering herself in hor
own estimation Jy accepting tho
tempting bribe. Sho would bo cutting
looso from all tho traditions ot hor
youth. And yet
Sho sprnng suddenly up nnd threw
back the masses tit soft chestnut
brown hair from her torohcad, with
"No!" she uttered aloud "noverl"
Almost at the same moment she
heard Eugcno Dickinson's voice in the
next room, talking to his aunt
'Ycs," said he, quietly. "I think you
are right I think sho deserves it at
"Sho has worked very hard," said the
old lady. "Sho Is very patient and
I've seen tcurs comv
into her eyes once In awhile, but 1
can't call to mind that she has ever
lost her temper, or spoken a word of
"The patient Orlsclda," said iJugcnc,
"Yes, exactly that The patient
Oriselda. So I have mode up my mtud,
to adopt her as my daughter, and go.
some ono else to do tho work. We'll
travel nnd go everywhere. I want hor
to see the world. I soinohow feel conscience-stricken
that ayoung thing liko
llarbara should have grown up so much
in tho shade."
"I don't think, though," slowly added
Eugene's gentle, leisurely voice, "thiit
your plan is quite fouslblc." "-
"Npt feasible; Why not?"
"Perhaps because it conflicts, with a
plan of tny own."
"A plan of your ownl My dear, boy,-do
explain."- , -.. .
"The fact Is, Aunt Adrlana," said
Eugene, "I have lost my heart to this
pf yours. I -want to ask her to ho my
' Mrs. Dickinson was silent a moment:
then sho spoke Jigaln. in uu altered ac-
..nt. "' - .
"I wonder this never occurred to ma
before,' said she,
"Ii was not so very unlikely, was
It?" r .,'
"Not in tho least Hut Eugcno"
"Yes, Aunt Adrlana,"
"Why need my plan conflict ' with
'I don't think I quite understand
you, Aunt Adrlana," said tho young(
"You are already my adopted son. . I
wish to make her my daughter.. Very
well This Ik a big house, and I individually
occupy very llttlo of it Why
can't I have you both?"
llarbara had sat thero with both
hands clasped over her burning fncc.
Was sho uu eavesdropper? It so, the
fault was unintentional. Now sho hurried
uway, hlmost bellovlng herself tq
bo in a dream. Surely, suroly this
could not be truo this lifting of thu
curtain of trial aid toll this cloar
shining of a new life?
Hut na sho passed the parlor door it
opened and Eugene Dlokinson met her'
face to face
"Miss Bloke!" ho exclaimed. "You
are tho very person I have been
to sco. Will you honor me with a
,fpw minutes of your time?"
Clara lielden was at hor evening
toilet "1th a surrounding of mirrors,
rouge pots, darkening ponclls ond highly
scented pomades, whim Barbara's
brief notoot dacllnation reached her.
"What u fooll" said Clanu "Iteach
mo that nail polisher, Jane. Hut at
all events, nhe's had a chance."
Hut Miss lielden did not know what
other 'chances" llarbara Hlake had
had. The Home Queen,
OMADES OF SILK.
Delicate Volsrs That Will bo In Yogas
The vso of pale, dcllaato colors aud
kvllitlnet shades of color, such as characterized
tho latter part of Louis
XVth's reign, Is shown in the now
silks. There are many wood-colors,
varying from tho pale brown of oak to
the dsUcato red-brown ot tho rose-tree,
Ililcult and colors are as
prominent in tho Importations of silks
as they aro In millinery, and tho now
whites aro usually of a creamy tint
promises to bo a very popular
color. It Is shown In tho purplish
tones of Onhclin pink, as well as In tho
fpure yellow pinks, which nrn so univer
sally becoming to modus women witn
.fair complexions. Thoroaro tow shades.
howevor, moro trying than the Ophelia
lint, or any oi iiiu rose uuia uit siiituo
Into tuagento. Thny give tho complexion
a ghastly huo, because they are not
in harmony with tho tluts of the sum.
Among thu coining shades (n green aro
tho "cresaon" greens and the paler huo
of the sarao color known as "Idly-of-
These colors are far moro
becoming than any of tiie.'paon" wuis,
wUlali auDcar oiraln in theVVL Ckalo"
cold, grayish frtsit 1ft blue
All others will take their place along with the halnnce qjL
the hack numbers, after 4fF
Next Tuesday, April 26th. '
Double Circus Day
. . place of business.
200 pairs men's A. No. 1 Cheviot pants, out of 'the Rankin Mfgi
Oo.'s failure, bought at half price, Value $3.00 to 3.50,
Next Tuesday's, price - $1,89
100 pairs men's sample working Shoes, all 8Js and 9's worth
$1.25 to 1.50,
75 pairs men's sample working shoes, all 8's and 9's, worth $1.50
to $2.00, . Next Tuesday's price -- $1.19
jgNo goods taken back or exchanged in this sale.
J. H. Anderson & Co.
I HE TRUTH I Mways answers best, therefore
tuvrvu ijuivi juoi uivwgv, m. uurioouo utUioaviOJb W CXieilUCU
to all to visit our store and see the handsomest assortment
in the city.
' ' 103 MAIN STREETS
10 Tea. Outing Cloth'.nt'Slo,
L Worth 12Jo
Tho Novelty Soronto Cloth SO lu,
wido, Worth 18o lOo yd
500' yds. Cotton Wash Chovrou
cloth, Worth 12o 8i yd.
25 Pea. assorted Droiw Ginghams,
; Worth 10 ond 12a yd. (rg 8J.
10 Pes. nsaortod Aprou Chock Gim-bam,
10 Pes. Boat Quality Apron Chock
Ginghams, Worth 8 nutl lOo 71c
1& Pea. 510 In Pouang for ahirt waist
light colors, Worth 12o 10.
10 Pes. English Bedford Cord,
Worth 85o this weok 25o
10 Pi. Fignrod Euglah Cashmero,
W'orth 25c, IhU week U 12Jn.
10 PattoniB now abode French
SatU'ous, Worth 25o this wook rj 18o.
FOB MONDAY ONLY.
2000 .yards Shirting prints, nt 4c.
Host Tndigo. Turkoy rods nnd
mourning prints Co,
Ill hi Sales!
one under the canvass, the other in oiir ,
Tuesday's price - 89o
wa intend to carry out. Tins fact is
Known by all our customers , hence their confidence and
our success. Footwear bought of its is sure to be just
what you are
Everything in the line of Footwear, of the very best quality
mid make of goods, much better for the price than
Of tlie newest, latest and nobbiest styles. W,e have
them now. They were selected with great care by us person
ally, and people who have
In Hophinsville for years (but in these years they have
never seen a more elaborate line of Footwear thanwe are
now showing) will own
This after seeing our exhibit. We are leaders in stylish,
well-made and artistic Footwear at low est possible prices
and by all
Urge intending purchasers to call and inspect our superb
stoeh To square dealing and honeet goods we owe our
And we shall endeavor in the future, as in the past, to
we advertise just what
Dr, Warner's Coroliuo Corset-1
longwniat " D8c.
Tho 0. B. black Corset " 93c.
Ladles fast black Btninoss hoso 15c.
" Stitro's black stainless ribbed
Ladies fast black guaranteed hoso
25 do'zou chlldrous French mado
hoso in colors GJ lo 8J 7Jc.
Best Quality English Pins 2 papers
Good Quality English Pjns 1 pitpcis
Sfnrshall's Brown Lluon Thread 4
Alox King's 500 yd. spool thread 0'
Clnrks O. N.T. 3 Bpool 10c.
Holding's ombroidorysilk 12 spools
Corticolla sowing mlk 100 yds, 1
Corticolla sowiugfiilk 50 yds. 1 (pool
Speoial Prices on Ladies
10 inch black Ilouriettu, silk finish
worth $1.25, $ 99o.
40 inch black Honriotta worth $1.00,
10 inch black llonriettu worth 75c.
Ladies Shaped and
Ribbed Jersey vests,
Ladios shirt waists colored iwrcalos'
LAOE CURTAIN ,
ii vds, long, tnpod 18c.
U " " bloachod 09c.
3J Nottingham $1.88.
LACE BED SETS,
Spread and pillow shams Boautifnl
New lot Aprons lust
For this Week Only.
SPECIAL CORSET SALE
A lino black Huti'tm Corset & 19c.
A good eoreot olustlo hip " 10c.
A ntnnlwr 1 summer cornet " 18c.
Tho M. C, French ivoven coriet " 63c,
Opposite Yates' Jewelry palace Hoards corner.
No. 15 MAIN STREET,