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Asheville Daily Citizen0
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exceeding tare Hues,
Out Time, SS cents. Three Times, 60 cents.
Bis Times, 75 ccota.
in THE CITIZEN.
VOLUME V. NO. 305.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
POWELL & SNIDER
THK LUAllliKH IN
THK ENTIRE STOCK OF SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE ABOVE Pli
PARTMBNT AT I'RJME COST. TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLAM GOODS ! HARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS t CALL EARLY !
BOH MAR CHE.
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I
IN CITY LOTS.
My ortirrof the ownrr I fiut mutntcon thrr
years time. mly m am all amount of cnnti
60 LLoU on Catholic Hill,
Hftlmdid aMufitaia vlrw, mly S minute
fmm tbc court huuac, at from
75 to 150 Each,
Accord Inir to (Hie andloratlon. Worth tlouhlr
and thrr time the money. Llucial advance
made to Improve the hut.
POR HAI.K 2. 3 and 4 mum house, well
built, with Are placet, on same hill, a property
at Ajrurca and termt to suit the purchnner.
Hpkndld opportunity for people of miHteratr
means to retire or to build a comfortable
FOR RALB OR TO RBNT 2 larae tene
ment houses, 12 and H roomsrcsieitivr1y.on
Kaale street. Well sdupud for cheap butel
or board Inn houses.
Most liberal terms granted. Plan and full
particulars with j. M. CAMHBHLL,
JanV d3m Krai BstaU liealer.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Asrnt fur Rrem. Crrrk Woolen Mill.
North Main Aahevllle. N. C
FIRE. LIKE. AlVIDKNT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Bank of Asbevllk.
ASHBVILLB, N. C.
kipnnl the following companies, vis,
naa. cash ASSHTS IN
Analo N.Tada. of California. Sa.tl7
Continental, of New Yord 4.N7S,
Haaibara7-Hr.mea.of Oermany 1,129,
fitmdea Asinarance.of Bnflua
Niagara, of New York 3,'J:17,
Orient, of Hartford 1.7,
Pbonli, of Hrooklytl B.IIA4,
Ht. Paal Vlia and Marin., of Mia-
aoathrra, of New Orleans
Weatera, H Toronto I.oaw,
Mataal Acrldeot AMoriatloo
ataa I. Iff lasnraaot Company.
iHEY THERE !
A Word With You.
No. an Vsltoa Avenue,
Want to are you, HI. HprluK .took of
la now almo.l eomiilete, All the lateM Nov.
title, now la stock or to arrive.
(.die anil Men'. Haiid-Mudc Hhoes In
standard make, aiiectnlty.
I.adlei' aad Men's Ruasct and la ncy colored
Osnird Tie. In arenl variety ftir aprlng and
NO. S PATTON AVKFU'K.
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
At the BIG RACKET
The BIG RACKET
We have beeu receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stock during' tin1
punt two weeks. Two floor
packed with goods. We have
never been better prepared
to Herve the people than now.
and we invite everybody to
come and nee our goods and
learn our prices. We have
never advertisifi m article
Hint we did nol have, and
never offered anything as a
bargiiiii that wan not really
and truly as represent I, mid
are alwayn ihih'.v to refund
money where our good are
not uh repreHeiited. Conic to
the "1 Racket."
Waltk. u. Him, W. w. m.
GVYN & WEST,
iBmxvMH.ra to Waltrr H.itwvnl
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
UoaM Securely Placed at M
Notary Faulk'. Cnrnmlnalnuera ot iK-eda.
UFFICK-etonthraal Court Mqare.
Real Estate Brokers,
And InvcMtuicnt AgenU.
I.oana m aiely iilawd at N per cent.
OIUiTa: S14M !i6 I'attoB Ave. Mecoad floor.
I formerly of Lyman Child i,
rX) AN BROKER
Strictly a Brokerage BnnlncM
I.oana wenrely placed at ft per cent.
L. A. FARINIIOLT,
EAL ESTATE BROKE
And Notary Public.
IIL VH AND BELLH RKAL KHT.VTJC
Hl'rXIAL ATTKNTION TO KENT-
INU AND COLLECTINO.
LOANS HKCL'KELY I'LACED ON
REFERS TO ALL THE BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
J. C. BROWN.
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
S Patton Avenue,
I Neat toOrand Central Hotel )
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
We no not hell Cheap
Duron, but will hell vol
Uki'ok cheap, and if you
don't Iwltere what we Hay
give uh a trial and be con
vinced. Our prcHcription d-
partnient ih excelled ly none.
It in euuiiiiied with the best
goodH that money can buy
from E. Merck, E. R. Squibb,
1'urke. DaviB & Co., Jno.
Wyeth &. Bro., and from other
iHtn in thin country and bu
rope. whone iroodn for purity
cannot be queutioned. Pre-
HcriptionH filled at all hourH,
day or night, and delivered
free of charge to any pjirt of
the city. Our Htock of Drugn,
Patent Medi'ineH and Drug
gi8t' SundrieH w complete,
and at price that defy coni
jM?tition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 S. Main Htreet,
where you will at all times be
nerved by ompetent pre-
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Anheville ami
American fa in men. I'alntCH
and tanten of jntiple who be
lieve in good riviugcannothc
humbugged by "Cheap John"
goodH. Cheap goodri and
hrnt quality are not nynony
moiiH. I have in Htock and
to arrive, all seasonable Hpe-
cialtieH, compriHing in iart
Fruitn. OranufH. Ihioiih.
CranlerrieH. UaisiiiH. FigH,
MlHcellnneouH ( hoiceO.lv
New OrleaiiH MoIuhwh, for ta
ble UHe, J'riiue Nev Orleann
MolanHCH, for cooking. Ex
tra tine AHHortment of Crack
ers, fine leaH and lonees a
Mince Meat Cordon Mc Dilworth'a,
anil ot her brunili. Plum I'ndilitiK. Calf.
Foot Jelly, etc. 1'reascd and Crvntali-d
(linger. Shad Roc in kill, Kik HcrriiiKS
and all other goods in demand for the
lioiidav. 5. K. M-.l'l.l.K.
In LadieH and Children's Fine
Shoes by buying an immense
lot of them. Closing out the
stock of a VERY CELEBRA
TED MAKER and dividing
them between the Richmond
house and ourselveH. We are
offering Home very fine goods
at priHUHually paid for very
much poorer qualities. Can
fit almost any one, as we
have all widths from A A to
E. WELL WORTH SEE
ING. New goods in all lines
H. REDWOOD & CO.
(rv ftoods, Pnncy Oooria, Notion".
Clothing-, C'tcntn' l'urniliini,
Cnrpctn, Kuk, tc.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville, N. C.
ANOTHER MEW RKPl'Bl.IC.
The five little republic, of Contu kica
Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and
San Salvador have come to an agreement
through a diet recently held fur that pur-
irose, to coototidute thrmnelvea into one
republic to be known Aathrl'uilcdSlutct
of Central America. The pnsfnt comK
nenta of the new government will consti-
tnte to ninny iovereiKii Stntra. following
at nearly at poiaible the ayntrin of the
North American republic. Experience hna
nt length taught the iwoplc of Central
America tbc wenkueta and im'ftu'icncy of
thcte toy commonwealths, the prey of
their own rulert and the contempt ot lor
eign powers. They have learned that in
"uuiou there it ttrcngth;" mid laying
aside their mutual rivalries, jealousies
und contentions, join together to present
a tolid front, strengthen their powers,
develoie their resources, and become a
respecta hie and rectid nation. If t hey
arc wise, prudent, tel'-contnincd, no peo.
pic have finer prospect of wealth und
international iniort ante ; for nowhere
on the western hemisphere is there such
n concentration of nil the elcmentt ol
prosicrity as arc found in the Central
American States. All the productsol the
tropics are found there in their most per
feet quality sugar, codec, cocoa, vanilla,
dye woods, ornamental woodt, hides,
fruits, the precious metals, and all the
other main springsof an activccommerce
All that is needed for development it a
stable, intelligent and liberal government
devoting itself to its public duties rather
than surrendering itself, as the separate
independent States have so largely done
to the ends of personal ambition and
internecine conflict. Should ieace I es
tablished nnd become the ruling idea,
then the Central Republic mny liccome
me of the richest nations uion earth;
lor King between the oceans It cun en
gage in thccoiumerccol but li hemispheres.
uid renew the era where the Spanish gal-
lions lelt its ports freighted withhold and
the rich products of it tropical soil and
Wi: iiAVa hud no opposition to offer to
the proposition to make Oklahoma n
negro State. It is nil evxrimrNfiiiii cru-
crk : it will test the w hole ipiestion of ne
gro capacity and will salisty the ilrumudf
of his Iricuds for the unlimited and unre
strained rights of the race in which the
gem roils simvrily ol the republican party
will meet its fullest response. Ol' course
such a State is assumed to be blindly nnd
grntrlullr republican. Hut another ele
ment may come into play which muy con
fuse nil calculation. The negro leaders
pin 11 is to make ( Iklahoma a State in which
white men shall be excluded from partici
pation in the nlTuirt of government. Tbi
is natural; for at the North and in the
West, where the strongest demands have
been made to allow such participation.
thev have lieen absolutely excluded, and
it would lie perfectly consistent with the
claims made on behalf of the negroes by
their Northern friends, provided always,
that such participation be exercised in
the Southern States. Now Oklahoma if
neither North nor South, but middle or
neutral ground. It may lie vantage
ground also, from which the negroes muy
look with clearer vision over the political
field and impartially weigh the motives
and the purposes which have resulted in
chaining them so slavishly to the desti
nies of the republican pnrtv; and with
cyet oiened, they may not remain such
unquestioning adherents. 1'erhaps it was
bad Hilicy that the leaders prematurely
avowed their pui kibcs of complete inde
pendence of white participation in their
affairs; that hat not worked verv hap
pily in the cxarrience of Liberia and
llnyti; and a declaration ol political in
dependence it not calculated to win to
them the continued favor of their present
friends. The negro it nothing to them
unless he can lie used to their svinlrnds
A committkk interested in the system
of phonetic iielling wut before the house
of representatives recently to urge iimiii
congress the adoption of their ideas in
the printing of public documents. With
all respect to the gentlemen of the com
mittee, several of whom upix-nr to be
college professors and doctors of philos
ophy, we mutt regard them at crunks.
Phonetic Swlling it only bud spelling,
the vehicle of illiteracy or the indulgence
of mental indolence. Josh Hillings uud a
brood of dialect writers are pioneers in
the path into which really learned men
have fallen. These are literary dema
gogues, enemies to, not friends of, educa
tion, as they assert. Worse tlmn that;
they are traitors to it. None know bet
ter than they the genesis id language,
he slow laborious steps by which it hat
Uvn built up and pcrtcctcd, nnd how
much language owes to adherence to the
rules of orthography, for through that
language it traced back to itt origin and
connected by the links of philology to
ill remotest derivative sources. Ily it
the unity of speeches is estuhlished. More
useful still the continuity of n literature
is preserved, and after generations profit
by the labors and the treasures of prede
cessors. The Hnglish language was slow
in reaching its present nuthoriicd stand
ard. We do not read with facility the
writing! of Chaucer, or even of SK.'iHi r.
flut the orthography of tlaeon.of Milton,
of Shnktwnre it our own, withchanget
Immaterial; and they might be rend for
hundreds of years to come Ht they
were two hundred years ago, ns they are
now, it not mudc n dead lunguuge by
the introduction of phonetics which
tnnket provincialism a ttandard, and
conforms sielliug to as many pronuncia
tions itt there are sections of English
Seakiiig people; and the time mny
come when we may have nt many
printed dialect! as there are forms of
speech among the thousand und one
tribes of savage Indian.
THE RACE PROBLEM.
IT 1st niHCl tSHFD AT THK LV.
CF.l'ltf LAST M1UHT.
K. D. Carter Make the Opcultitj
Addrcaa It la Brltttat and forci
ble -HI View of the Important
H. D. Carter spoke nt the Lyceum hist
night on the race problem. Hit remarks
were bright and forcible nnd he took a
view of the ipiestion that called forth
considerable of a discussion after he had
taken bit seat. The membert were slow
in appearing and it win after H .10 when
''The qurttion hu recently occupied
largeamount of attention incongrcaa," he
laid," and you have doubtless rend what
Senators Butler, lngulls and Vance have
had to say about it. When I consider
what they have said I trel somewhat
ntwshed at attrmpliug the subject my'
self, Hut what views I have arc honest
viewi and whatever may lie thought of
them I unlv nm to blame. I came bv
them after serious thought.
"There arc some things connected with
the history of the negro that none can
forget. It docs not matter who brought
them here ; thev did not come as a hu
man being, hut ni a lieast ; they did not
come (is u brother, but ai chattel prop
erty. They did not come of their own
accord, but en me with shackles upon
their feet. They came as a cold, dead.
soulless piece of proicrty.
'If it is wrong for him to he here, he is
not to blame. If he had come of his own
Iree will it would lie different, but the
first wrong wai doue by ui and at be is
here now, and through our fault, it is
our duty to treat him with a Christian
spirit aud on the broad batis of justice
and humanity. Anotherquestton it how
are we to dent with him now what are
we to do with him.
"There it a great habit in the South to
look down on the negro, and in this
again the negro it not to blame.
"After the war 4,000,000 negroes were
freed and franchised. Not one per cent.
ot them could read or write ; they knew
nothing of society. At the same time
the best clement of the Southern people
were disfranchised and the ignorant ne
groes, who had formerly been their slaves,
were put over them. History proves the
action to have been a wrong, and in the
South the negro is hated because be was
given the right of citizenship. We haven
right to vent our Indignation, but not
on the Southern negro.
"To the people who boasted that they
bad conquered the Southern people is
where our indignation belongs. It was
they who tried to belittle ut by putting
the negro above us. and saying, 'We
will give him a superior frnnchisc to
you. It it with them we should be in
dignant, und uot with the poor ignorant
superstitious negro. A great insult was
then thrust upon ut, hut the negro was
uot to blame. The onet to he blamed
are those who gave to him the right of
franchise. Nothing would do when the
slaves were freed but that they should
be allowed to vote. Since then even
those people have seen their mistake and
would take away that right if they
"I don't think the South would be
better without the neuro, nnd I am not
in favor of colonizing them. The indus
trial interests of the South demand them.
They are at essential to the development
of the Southern country as it the sun
shine und the ruin. Ilesides it would
not be showing a Christian spirit to
colonize them. All history xort to
show thut where the negro it left
to himself he is a savage. He can
not be civilized without the influence of
the Caucasian race and it would be n
great injustice to take 7,000,000 of them
out of the South, where they are enjoy-
ng the comforts of life, and put them by
My opinion is to let the negro alone.
I am in favor of letting him vote, and
of not stuffing the ballot box on him. As
long us that is done this will never be a
free government, und the negro has as
much right to vote as I, und to huve his
vote counted. In Alabama aud Missis
sippi it It charged that he it not given the
right to vote. It it hitter to work with
him for a time und show him how be It
voting agnlntt hit own Interests, even if
we do suffer by it and to live in the hope
that we will tome dny have n pure gov
ernment, than to live with the negro ever
at a bone of contention. For a while it
will 1st to our injury, but in time we will
be the gainer."
It Was) Not simile.
Detective teiiver received a telegram
from Pigeon river on Tuesday taking him
if he would know Mnttic Jackson if he
saw her and laying thut a woman
thought to I her wut undcrnrreit there,
The only diflerence notiruble lietween the
suspect and the description of Mattie
wai that the former was red headed,
Mr. Denver was of the opinion that he
would know the Jackson woman if be
hnpwncd to meet her face to face and left
yesterday. In the evening he returned
but he came alone. He could not identify
the woman under arrest and the was re-
WhAVKMViixa, N. C. April it
Mr. C. M. Pickens, who has been tick
at home for some days, will return to hit
school neur I H I Kio, lenn., tint morn
leslruhlc buildiim lot can be Iniuulil
near the college now lor sriii an iicrr.
Some good purchases have Iwen made
in the past le v days. ,
In addition to the four new houses just
completed, three others are under con
tract, E. Ilyerly being contractor aud
There will he an Easter service at the
college Sunday evening at 7 p. in.
THK Wl'NNY KOl'TH,
Charleston is to have u coffin manufac
tory. The site of the Charleston posloftice is
to oe cnangea.
Nineteen babies were born in Nashville,
lenn., last week. ,
Knoxville, Tenn., wnnts u mineral ex
position held there.
Chauncey Depew wnt at Chattanooga
on April l, unci maue a speecn.
Property in Cordela, 0a., hut ad'
vanced 300 per cent, in the putt year.
General Wnde Hampton will lecture at
Kicnmond on tsvucuutinu any Aml 30,
A ennarv bird has iust died at Freder
icksburg, Vn., at the ugeof twelve years.
Currollton, Ga any she could use
lut) more business houses than the now
Mrs. Haves, an Inmate of l.von's View
Insane Asylum ut Knoxville, lint es
M. T. Privett was buried under a fall
ing wall at Knoxville and instantly
Joe Muckelralh fell under the wheels of
n loaocti wugon at Cumming, on., ami
Ed. Ilotwell was shot nt five timet bv
Charley Stevens in Atlanta and will
The colored teachers of Georgia will
hold a State convention ut Amcricut
on April 29.
Fnvetteville, Tenn., which was re
cently partially destroyed by the cyclone,
askt for aid.
Lieutenant Steele, who is being court-
martiuled at Chicago for striking u pri
vate, it a native of Alabama.
(Hue Kidce. On., hut prohibited the
sale of Jamaica Kinicer or an v other tonic
containing intoxicating liquors.
The South Carolina branch of tlie Y.
M. C. A. will hold a State convention nt
Orangeburg from April 1 0 to 1 3.
Baron Edward de Rothschild It trav
eling in Florida with twenty-one pieces
of baggage and fifty suits of clothes.
Alligators In the rivers of the far South
are becoming very scarce, and all
because to many are killed jutt lor fun.
The Lenoir estate, near Knoxville,
comprising ,1,000 ncret, hat been sold to
a syndicate and a city will be built there.
St. Augustine eek'brnted the anniver
sary of the Inndinit of Ponce dc Leon and
everybody joined in making it a success.
Frank Joseph met Griff Itond and his
wile walking together ut East Bunk, W.
Va drew a revolver and killed Bond. He
The German cilucns ol Charleston,
S. C, eclebruted the birthday of Prince
Ilismiirck utter the good old urmiiD
Charles llalev. need III. und Lclia Go
ing, aged l'l, eloped from Lynchburg,
Vs., und were married. Tbc parents are
A meeting of the directors of the Bald
win county. Ga fair association will be
held next Saturday to select the site (or
the fair grounds.
Patrick Sparrow Weathers, a former
resident of Alabama, has iust Isren run
down in Arkansas and will have to an
swer to having sit wive.
The saw nnd plnnini; mill of Captain
J. H. Steinmeyer, of Charleston, nnd lo
cated at Salkehatchie, was bunted by
lire, the work of an incendiary.
Amos Griffith, editor of tbc Pell City,
Alabama, Gazette, was thrown from u
buggy during n runaway and kicked by
a horse. His injuries are probably
Hundreds of northern visitors from all
purts of the t'nion wore Confederate
badge during the Chautauqua exercises
of (iovernor's dny in Albany, Gu., and
many were in the procession.
Georire Hart, a moulder in the machine
works at Koanuke, Va., was fouud dead
by the roadside. He was considerably
scarred nnd bruised and the police think
he was murdered.
The report that Mr. Lucicn I. Walker,
of Sheffield, with n nuinlsrr of gentleman,
had purchased the Hirminglmpi Chron
icle, win a mistake. Mr. Walker will
probably remain in Sheffield, where he
A man mimed Oscar Harden, of Pike
countv. Gu some time ago killed ni
bride of a lew months liy a pistol shot.
He hns nindc a confession that be shot at
her three times been use "lie didn't tbiuk
he could bit her."
Mr. Jnmes Tucker, of Dawson county,
f.n., had an ouk tree felled a lew dayt
ago near bit house, which measured
about 2t feet, and in chopping found a
bullet fourteen inches from the bark. The
bullet mutt have been there for a number
Mr, S. fl. Inmes. of Fort Valley, and
Mr. W. F. Warren, of Powersvillc, Ga..
both big twitch growers, say that the cold
wave of March and the freeze on the
16th ol March, have not damnired their
fruit, and they expect a large yield the
The San Antonio and Arkansas Pass
station at Giddingt, at the junction with
the Houston and Texas. Central, has
been opened for business. Nice depots
and bright houses are being erected along
the brunches, nnd other improvements
looking to next season's business ure
Knoxville now has a atouewsre, sewer
pipe nnd tile factory. Ohio men make up
the firm and mean business. The gentle
men composing the firm arc Messrs. W.
M. Sweaney, C. A. Kotrnbeck, E. D. Cra
mer, A. Zollar and W. H. Steward. The
plnnt is to be erected near the old zinc
works, one mile alxive the city.
A Knoxville barlier shaved a man re
cently who resides in the Smoky mouii.
tains, and whose beard hud necn grow
ing since the battle of Chicatnauga. The
man, whose name it Harmer, wai in the
Confederate army, and thaved the day
before the battle and had not shaved
since. He said be hnd got tired of wear
ing so much hair and wanted it removed.
A jocular remark by Perry Brown, nt
Bartow, Fin., caused t fight between him
nnd Charles llnhn. Dan Brown, a
brother of one of the parties, interfered
and at Hahn seemed to be too strong for
him. he used hit unite, kiviiist Hahn i
rious wound below the right shoulder
blade. Habn will recover. Both boys
were students of tbc same institute, in
the same department, both 18 years old
the same month, nett June, and hnd al
ways been warm frkuua,
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia Collca of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
Thty a Specific.
OstaUUIaa m tMtlw, a.
Iiw T sMailss, Tkr ro
IslMitMrtla, rri, taste,
F MU tj. 4sjWMa a by
cn.Katai'N nvrrmum oitvo CO.
ii M tin It, Buffikj, N.Y, tsi lirtsmttkintl Iridf, Out.
Ful SALS IV
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prescription art prepared at
Grunt' t Pharmacy you can positively de
pend upon tbest facta: first, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound-
ed carefiilly and accurately by an experi
enced Vrescriplioiust ; and third, you will
not be churned an exorbitant price. You
will receive tlie beat goods at a very rea
sonable proit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions tilktl at all hours, night
or day, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, S4 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quo t-
ed by any other drug boute in the city.
He are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet tile price of any competi
We hate the lurgc-t assortment ol
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Wuraanjsli' Medicines. A full supply
of bis gotxts always on band.
Use Uuncomlte Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly leliable remedy for all
blond diseases Is Huncomhe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will takenoothcr.
J. S. GRANT.Ph. G Pharmacist.
2 S. Main St., Asheville. N. C.
48 HOl'TH MAINIHTRKKT.
New Spring goudi now ar
riving in till linen. Weoxhibit
a bountiful line of Outing
ClotliH, Gingliainn, SatwiiH,
l1mllieM,Nf oluiirn, Henrietta
CuHhniTen, Summer Silkn in
Muck Silk nnd Velvet.
Pivmh TriiumingH in latent
noveltiew, Table ClotliH, Nap
kiiw, Doylien, Curtain Drap-
erieH, White Goo-tin, Kmbroid
erieM, Laces ami Domestic
Goods of all kinds. A large
assortment of Kid Gloves,
including Centemcri nnd Har
ris' Hook Gloves. Ladies'
Underwear in muslin, gauze
and merino at low prices.
Corsets always a full stock
of sizes and qualities.
We call special attention
to our Fancy Pui'iinoIs and
Silk Sun Umbrellas. Nothing
equal to them huve ever been
shown in the city.
Something New. We offer
the only absolutely fast black
Hosiery on the market, for
Ladies, Misses and Children,
also for Men und Boys. They
are guaranteed not to dye,
crack or turn green, or money
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