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Iu THE CITIZliN.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Not exce'dlng three lino,
Que Time, 2fl centii. Three Tlmea, 60 cents.
Q Six Time.. 75 centi.
VOLUME V.NO. 307.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
TUB LKAUI'.KS IN-
. FINE GROCERIES
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE AUOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST. TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS ! RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS ! CALL EARLY !
BON M ARCH E.
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY !
IN CITY LOTS.
My order of thr owner I put onan'ron three
ytnra" time, only a aini'll umoniit of cnah
60 Lota on Catholic Hill,
Xplindld mountain view, only S minute,
from the court house, ut from
$75 to C150 Kach,
Arconllnx to sle nnillocution. Worth ilouble
anil three tlinr. the money, l.tlieiuliiUvnucea
made to Improve the lot..
Kim KAI.B 2. a unit room hour. well
built, with lire plaeea. on .nine hill, a proiK-rty
at fiKUre. anil lerni. to .uit the Jiurclmacr.
ttpl.mliil opiionnnity for eople of moilernle
irrnni to acc-ure or to build a comiortuble
""kJiK 8AI.B ON TO HUNT a tarire tenc
enenl houaia, til nnd H r"oman-iciivcl,oii
Haule .trcct. Well ad i pled fur cheap hotel
or Tioardlnx houses.
Mint lilKrnl Irrma irrnntcd. Plans andlull
partlculnr. with J. M. CAMI'HIiLt,
Junll dam Krai liaiuu- Peuhr.
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
A Kent for Krem. Creek Woolen Mill.
North Mnin A.heTllle. N. C.
FIHE. LIFH. AH'IDKXT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Uank of A.heTllle.
ArVHUVILLK. N. C.
Keprearnt the followlnir compHnlr.. vli
UK. I't.ll AK.KT. IN
AtiKlo Nevada, of California -f-!JZ
Contlnrntnl, 01 incw ioro 7-7.'...'
I.ondmi AMurnnvr.of Union"" l.n M
. k, V U 'Jft7
Photnlx. of M" o clyn 5,nB
Ht. Paul Fire and Murine, of Min
nesota Mouthers, of New (to-lean.
Went em, ot Toronto
Mutual Accident Aoclntlun
sKtuu Life In.uranor Company.
iHEY THERE !E-
A Word With You.
No. 3R I'attoit Avenue,
Wants to see you. Hisspring
Is now almost complete. All
the latest novelties now iu
stock or to arrive.
Ladies' and Men's Hand
M.iule Shoos in standard
makes a specialty.
Ladies' and Men's Itusset
and fancy colored Oxford
Ties in great variety for
spring and summer wear.
MO.8 PATTON AVENUE.
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Line.
In all Lines
In all Lines
Iu all Lines
At the BIG RACKET
The BIG RACKET
We have been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stock (hiring the
pant two weeks. Two floors
packed with goods. We have
never been better prepared
to nerve the people than now.
and we invite everybody to
come and see our goods and
learn our prices. We have
never advertised an article
that we did not have, and
never offered anything as a
bargain that was not really
and truly as represented, and
are always ready to refund
money where our goods are
not as represented. Come to
KEAL EST ATE.
WAI.TKK B. Owe. wjJJ'-
GWYN & WEST,
(buceeaaor to Waller n.Owyni
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
I.OHnn Securely riaced at M
Notary Public. Commlaaloner. ol IH-eda.
Of fICK aoulheital Court Wquar.
Real Estate Brokers,
And InvcHtmcnt Agent.
t.oitn. ar urrly placed at H ier cent. .
Ollieea: 'J tk iln Calton Ave Second Boor.
I Pormerly of l.ymau Child i.
Strictly a Brokerage BuhIuvnm
l.onn. wcurcly pluccd at a ta-r mil.
L. A. FARINIIOLT,
EAL ESTATE BROKER
And Notary Public, il
IH'VS AND SELLS HEAL ESTATE
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO UK NT
INO AND COLLECTINO.
LOANS SECUnELY I'LACKD ON
REFERS TO ALL THE BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT I TAILOR,
as Patton Avenue,
(Ncit to Orand Ceatral HoWI.I
W, G. CARMIGHAEL,
20 south main street, asheville, n. c
We do not sell Cheap
DtUGS, but WILL SELL VOL'
Duras chkai, and if you
don't believe what we say
give us a trial and be con
vinced. Our prescription de
partment is excelled by none.
It is equipped with the best
goods that money can buy
from E.Merck, E. It. Squibb.
Parke, Davis & Co., Jno.
Wyeth & Hro. , and from other
ists in this country and Eu
rope, whose goods for purity
cannot be questioned. Pre
scriptions filled at all hours,
day or night, and delivered
free of charge to any part ol
the city. Our stock of Drugs.
Patent Medicines und Drug
gists' Sundries is complete,
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 S. Main street,
where you will at all times be
served by eoiiqietent pre-scriptionists.
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Asheville und
American families. Palates
and tastes of people who be
lieve in good livingcannotbc
humbugged by "Cheap John"
iroods. Cheap gooils and
first quality are not synony
mous. I have in siock aim
to arrive, nil seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
Fruits. Oranges, Lemons,
Cranberries. Haisins. Figs.
M iMi-i'lIn nenns ( 'lioicc ( ). K
New Orlea ns Molasses, for ta
ble use. Prime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Ex
tra fine Assortment of Crack
ers. 1' ine j eas anu oiiees a
Minif Ment Gordon k Pilwortli'a
unci otlirr hrnnils. I'liim l'iiililin;.Cuir
I'uiit jcllv, etc. I'rcHHcrl mul Crymnliwd
Ginnc'r. Slmd kiH-in kit. KoviloiriiiKi1
anil nil other guilds in tli-iimnr) for the
lloliriava. S. R. KF.I'LUR.
A BIG DRIVE
I u Ladies' und Children's Fine
Shoes by buying an immense
lot of them. Closing out the
slock of a VEKY CELKUHA-
TED MAKER and dividing
them between the Richmond
house nnd ourselves. We are
offering some very fine goods
at prices usually paid for very
much poorer qualities. Can
fit almost any one, ns we
have all widths from A A to
E. WELL WORTH SEE
IXG. New goods in all lines
II. REDWOOD & CO.
Iirv Goods, Fnncy Gomla, Notion.,
Clot'iinK, Genu' Furni.liiiif(a,
Cnrpeli, Kuu, c.
Ilcrrin; & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
A N II
Asheville, N. C.
OUR DUMB ANIMALS.
Human nature plumes itself upotidoinp
itself honor when it stoops to the confiil
eration of the animal world around it
the domestic animnls the property, the
ervimts, the companions of mun. It is
u great condescension, this stooping to
the care of those so much beueutli man in
the scale of creation. Is not mnn coin
mUsioned with absolute authority over
the auimals, to kill and rat, to subdue
and euslnve.and with the renlir power,
is there not included the riRlu to vex ami
torture, to punish and neglect, nnd ti
exert all the liberties of iiiiriHtriiincd and
irreHpoimible will ? .So civilised mini con-
itrues his rights of dominion, nnd law
mid custom nnd indifferent public senti
mcnt permits. Vet there is protest iu tin
breast of the Immune, an npx..il for
mercy, which ut length is taking sluipi
in eurnest demand for the interiiv ..itioi.
of the law,
Every mun cluinis the right to do what
he will with his own, to use to his owi
construction of pleasure that which hi
lias purchnsed with his own money, se
cured by his own lubor, trained by hi-
own skill; and there is nothing so con
,'enin! to human nature as Unit absoluti
exercise of power over the weak und tin
i ifcrior which comes with the iudisputa
lile right ol possession. But this very ab
solute dominion brings with it a respon
sibility which the instinctive laws of hu
manity impose. That which is hclplcst
makes an ap-al which, if voiceless, it
none the less eloquent nnd touching. I
it do not reach the careless, the cruel 01
the uvnricious through the processes 01
mercv, of duty, or of interest, attention
must be forced through the oieration ol
law. The great heart of humanity is not
altogether hardened; the claim ol thi
lutnb brute is not altogether unheard.
nd the time has come w hen the tide ol
cruelty is to be stemmed by the strong
hand ol I lie law. it is n rrnroncn n
Christians that they are lollowinif at
ucb fur distance the steps of the genth
aeathen lirahmin. Hut the llrnhmin cut
ie safelv imitated when it is remcmberei:
i hut mercy is a fundamental doctrine ii
the Christian's creed.
Tim keI'okt that Queen Victoria pro
poses to abdicate iirouscsalmost usmucl
interest in America us it hns done u.
Great Britain. She has reigned now
icnrly 53 years, and during Illation).
Iieriod there bus U-eii such imitilcrruptci
amity lietwicn the Kiiplc ot the two
countries at became those who derive:
their institutions from the same sources.
pokc the same laiiguugeaiiil woishippei!
God under the same creeds; therefore wt
Americana hardly viewed theyucen usai.
alien monarch, and admired her with n
jood deal of the loyuliy which charac
terized the devotion of her own sul jects
Certainly if we did not love hvi - -''
ilid. we could revere her as the cuiiiiciilU
virtuous woman who siirrotindid hei
throne with a halo ol virtue to which ii
had long been a stranger, und wliiihh
all probability will withdraw itsell whci
her personality no longer attracts us in
fluence. Hy the force of her private vir
tues monarchy hns maintained apicMigi
it would lose under the growing Hirers 01
lilx-rul idea, ami which has becu shakri,
by the vices of the class usually regarded
ns the chief strength of royally. At thi
igcof7i the yuven can look hack upon
a reign unstained by the cll'ccts ol iujus
lice or oppression to her subjects, un
troubled by those crimes which so often
prey upon a roytil conscience, ami mailt
great by the acquisition of all thoM
things that r .lers regard as good ami
great, territory, victory to her arms.
vast increase of wraith, large addition to
Kpulution, distinguished achirvviuciilr
in arts and science, and through then
notable additiou to human conilorta ami
happiness. She has also reigned long
enough to know und (eel the hollownrs
of those, and to sigh for the tranquil
pleasures of private station. Vet w hei
the time comes for the exchange we ques
tion whether Queen Victoria will havi
the courage to make it. That is suiwr
human virtue or strength of mind which
sacrifices the highest position on earth.
united to the most unbounded power.
iuto the hands of another, and contend
to become the governed instead of tin
ruler. It it subordination, the humilin
tioii of which cannot be gilded by wealth
und a retainer1 distinction of rank nnd
honors. And that is the reason history
records so few instances of abdication
Diocletian gave us the tirtt example, and
ulso the example of discontent, and the
subacnuent resumption of his powers.
The Knipcror Chnrlet V in the plenitude
of his power imitated Iiiocjetinn, even to
the extent ol sharing his diasntislartion
but without the opHirtiiiiily of resuming
his scepter. What might follow the ab-
diculicin ol' Queen Victoria it were va'n
to conlvct lire. Certainly her successor is
graced by none of htr ersonal virtues,
nnd adored with uouc ol the unquestion
ing lovultv which nreaerved the stnbilitv
ol the'throne to the present time without
a tremor, i'rrhniis the change will give
opportunity for the practice of principles
to which tin
fie British world has become
No ONK can fairly say about the acci
dent to the city of Paris,"! told you so.'
The good ship kept n float by the splendid
merits of her perfect construction. The
uccident was to machinery, aud that was
bvvond the reach of human foresight
The vessel is worthy of all the fame she
hat won, and her builder ol nil the rrpu
tutiou thev have earned.
TllotK who remember "I'cvk's Hail
Boy" which amused the reading world a
few year ago, will be plcnsrd to learn
that the author wat no myth hut a live
man, whose talent hat recently been re
warded by Mr, Peck's election a mayor
of Milwaukee, at a democrat, by a ma
jority of 6,000,
HEWOULD BLOWA HORN.
BUT MR. LINDSEY DID NOT
LIKE THAT STYLE.
What . Clime; From a Petition to
the Itourd of Aldermen I.aat
Nllttat ttball the City Quarry
be Hutipeiided T
Thr property owners and residents
living near the city quarry presented a
petition to the Board of Aldermen lust
night to have blasting discontinued. The
paper stated that the lives ol all the peo
ple living near were in danger, and that
on one occasion a rock had been thrown
3l)0 feet and killed a cow, Houses were
often struck with the flying pieces, and
while a number of children were playing
fragments from the quarry struck within
a tew feet of them. It was signed by
t'pon completion of the reading Cap
tain Troy took the floor and announced
that till these luipM-iiiiigs wrre of the
long ago. He admitted the cow killing,
but said t hut now the blasts were made
much lighter, und that la-lore every one
men were sent each way to warn people
on the mountain of their danger. He
thought that now there could lie no
When Captain Troy took his seat
Mr. II. A. Utiilscy, who was one of the
signers of the petition nnd who was sit
ting in the rear of the room, cumc for
ward, lie carried u good sized rock in
his hand and laid it on the rail before
"How would you like to have your
wife constantly in danger of her life from
uch missiles ns that ?" he asked,
Mr. Troy mildly admitted that he
"Well," continued Mr. Lindsey, "that
is just our position. We don't want our
lives or property endangered either. Un
der the present condition ut things they
ire and we want a change."
A general discussion followed the gen
tlemnn's remarks, nnd when finally Cap
tain Troy remarked that he had prom
ised to blow a horn every time a blast
vas made, and Mr. Lindsey sarcasti
cally returned that if things had come
to such a pass that every time a born
was blown in that neighborhood the res
idents hud to run and bide, it was cer
tainly time something was done. Alder
man I'ullinm moved the appointment of
i committee to look into the matter.
The motion was finally amended to in
clude the whole Bonrd, and they will
ive it their attention soon.
Captain Troy hud another matter re
lating to the city quarry to bring In-fore
ihe meeting. His idea wilt to give the
treet railway the right of way to the
works and to contract with tlit-m for the
hauling of macadam to the streets where
I was used. To show his faith in the
dea he offered to work one year for the
urn the city would save in the first three
months under the new way.
F rem 15,000 to 2(1,000 pounds can
ic hauled ut one load," he said, "and the
work can be done fifteen or twenty cents
ht ton cheaper."
It was laid on thr table until the other
committee should report on whether the
luurry was a nuisance.
Mavor Bhinton mid Aldermen Woltc,
Lconurd and Miller were appointed a
committee to look into the offer made by
Mr. Kichinond Pearson with regard to
the market house.
Colonel Hutch was present and asked
hat $J5 be appropriated fur thr inser
tion ol I'residrnt I'owell t report in a
iguidc book. On motion his suggestion
After the first of June all wagons haul
tig tobacco will be obliged to have a lag
in the box, giving their number and the
horses they use. It came up upon thr
suggestion of Mr. Howling and was
Riverside Methodist church Srrvier to
morrow at 11 a. m conducted by Rev.
J. F. Austin. All invited.
First Baptist church, Rev. W. A. Nelson
pastor Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m
Lord's supper at the morning service.
North Asheville Mrthodist church-
Service at 7.46 p. in. to-morrow, con
lucted hy the pastor, Rev. C. M. Camp
bell. All invited.
Trinity F.piscopnl Chnicl, colored, Rev
II 3. McDurfy rector Morning service
nt 11 a. in., Sunday school service at
p, m evening service nt 4.30 p. m.
Trinity Episcopal church Karly cele
bration of the Holy Communion nt 7.30
a, m, run service wun iioiyenmmiimon
nt 11 u. in. Children's service at S p. m
Central Methodist church, Rrv. G. C
Rankin, pastor Sunday school at 9.30
a, m, Kccrpuon ol nieniiicis ami sacra
ment of thr Lord's Sui tcr at 11 a. m
Song service nt H p. m.
First Presbyterian church, Rev. V, 8,
P. Bryan, pastor Divine worship to
morrow as follows: Music hull, Battery
Park hotel, 11.30 a. in. ; Y. M, C. A. lec
ture hull, Sabbath school 0.46, young
people's meeting 7.16, evening service
Second Bnptiat church Ur. Carroll
goes to llriidersonvillc to-morrow to
prrncb ut the uiening of the new Baptist
church building lor regular services, mid
the Inauguration of Rev. John Mitchell
D D,, ns pastor. Prof. Barker, president
of Asheville Female College, will preach
at the French Broad Baptist church at
11a.m. The pastor will return in time
to preach at p. m.
C. P. Letcher, a colored man, aged 73,
died at hit home near the reservoir thit
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Oxford Presby tei inns arc talking of a
The Knleigh business college has
The State will be taxed $80,000 this
year for pensions.
J. B, Lanier will establish it large flour
ing mill near Charlotte.
Work on the main building of Trinity
College begins next week.
Counterfeit five dollar gold pieces un
reported plentiful ut Durham.
Last yeur the Duke tactorv at Durham
turned out 83U.000.000 cigarettes.
II. C, Jackson has been appointed post
master at Jttmesvillc, Martin county.
The Charlotte Chronicle tells of a wo
mnn who has a hen thatlnyseiister eggs.
President Crowell, of Trinity College,
is pleased that the college is going to
A negro urrested for stealing escuiied
from his guards at Charlotte und has
not been captured.
Two Wake county convicts have died
of the grip. There ' u re sixty ut camp
Kusscl, near Kulcigh.
The ovsters which have been offered
for sale fn the hlizalielb City market are
the best ever known.
C. E. Robinson, Lincoluton, N. C, hns
been appointed a cadet to the military
academy at West Point.
Two hundred pounds ol lint cottnn
wus destroyed by a tire in Fowler's cot
ton factory of lilizulx th.
The Marion town commissioners have
determined to issue liquor licenses und
hare fixed the tax at $750.
The Egypt coal compnnv, of Chatham
county, will erect a number ol mammoth
bins at Wilmington to supply vessels.
Col. Coit declines the nomination for
Lt. Governor of the Knrmers' Convcn
ton. He docs not fully endorse the
I. M. Bernhardt, of the Green Hill svn-
icate, is at Blowing Knck laying oft
rondsund lots on the company's prop
erty. The North Carolina Medical Society
will hold its thirtv-serenth annual meet
ing in Oxford, May 27th, 2Htli aud 20th
of this year.
Harwnrd Price, n white liov, aged
about Hi yearn old was dragged over
hoard frniii a sloop ill Currituck sound
Col, tohn I.. McDowell, n prominent
irmrrof Kutherlord count v, died sud
denly at home near Island Ford. He
was 70 years old.
Washington Newby attempted to sui
cide twice at Raleigh. The sei-ond time
he was suivesstul and his body was
found in Neuse river.
Fortv-two Crontnn Indians from Rob
eson county passed Girough Greensboro
on their nv to Kansas.
he crowd were adults.
The vounccst denot nuent in North
Carolina, according to the Snnford Ex-
iress, is lam .Smith, the agent at
Egypt. He is 14 years of age.
The Hornet Nest rifleman. of Charlotte,
will enter the comtietitive drill to be held
in that city on the occasion of the cele
bration in that city on .nay -'u.
Alexander Graham hns been re-elected
superintendent ol the graded schools ol
Charlotte and l.atin nnu i,recK naveiH-en
dropped from the course of study.
A storm in the northern part of the
Stnte blew off the rool of the Webb
buildinc in llillsboro, nud also the rool
of the South building of the L'niversily
at Chapel Hill.
I.ee Crnvcr. of Lexington, was shot
and killed bv Frank P. Broadway. The
latter cluinis that Cruver had made
some remarks reflecting on the character
ol Mrs. Ilroudway. The killer has es
cniicd. The business of the Richmond nnd
Dnnville rinlroiul is growing so ut the
Greensboro end of the line, that the
question of putting on a double dnilv
freight is being discused hy the authori
ties of that company.
The barn and stables of Mr. Albert F.
tVt.. who livra mi Molhrrrv. were
burned and, besides the loss of the build
ings und tbrnge, n valuable mule belong
ing to Mr. Joseph Webb, Mr. Estes' son-in-law,
was burned up.
W. K. Irwin, who hns hern for some
time denutv clerk of thcsuiieriiir court nt
Charlotte, hat been succeeded by L.
Krt.,.1. (iralun-tie. who lind fiirmi-rle
served for some time in the office. Il is
understood that Mr. Irwin it a candid
ate for clerk.
The grand iurv of the suiierior court ol
Caldwell countv makes a report upon
the poor house nnd thr mmntrs which is
horrible showing. The fceeiier indig
nantly denies the statement of the grand
jury. 1 ne commissioners win iuve.ii-
The Indian Hill Farmers' Alliance, ol
Davidson count v. met at Miss M. I
Beck's, a memlier of the order In thnt
countv. and built ninety panels of fence
nnd repaired l .'.t piinm is more lor ner.
She wus not nine to no tnc worn ner
self. Ben Richardson, a negro of Oxford, un
derwent a serious oH-rntion and was
told if he got nut of bed it would kill
him. He atom lit awnue. nut one nnv
his fret got cold and he wanted to go to
the fire. "I am going to get out of bed
It U Llll. mm o ho rrirff norl it Hid.
The new office recently created hv
some of the railroud magnates, and
known ns the North Carolina Car Ser
vice Association, with headquarters at
Ka r uh. under the mnnngement of Mr,
W as mutton Brvan, the latest ex-prcsi
dent of the A. & N. C. K. K., hns been
The Raleigh News and Observer hns
been shown some specimens of glnas-
wnre, a pitcher, a waiter and ulassrs,
made from North Carnliua sand, which
are very fine. Some of them are cut
uluss, tome moulded. They were mndc
in a glnas factory in Pennsylvania, from
sand sent bv Col. I, D, Whitford. taken
from a bank near Helton, in Wayne
A dispnlrh from Greensboro, tome dnys
ago, to ihe Danville Rigister, stated that
llannllinl Simpson, late independent can
didate for the senate in Rockingham
countv, bad been arrested for a criminal
assault upon a young Indy at Stoneville,
in thnt county. The Lenktville Gazette
an vt the report wai exaggerated, though
there may have been some foundation
J. S. GRANT, Ph. C,
Of Philadelphia College of rharniacj,
Apothecary' t 4 South Main St.
HAH.I1LI:. H .UACHE
Thvsr s Specific.
ConUlnlsi .al, hro
wl.li. i.r M.rr.ilt... lui-rur.
ai.litr-lli .rll-. I'rlrr, rl.
I r Ml. br aragibu 9r
Horrr.wi druq co.
ii Main St., BuAalo, N.Vi Vd International Brldg.,0nt.
I'UK SALB UV
J. 8. GRANT.
Il'yuur prescriptions are prepared at
Grunt's Pharmacy you can positively rfe
jeid upon t hest facts: 1'irst, t hat only t ht
purest ami best drugs owl chemicals will
be user! ; second, t hey will he compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Priscriptiomst ; and third, you will
not be charged nn exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't liirget the place
Grunt's Pharmacy, 21 South Main stmt.
Prescriptions filled ut all hours, night
ordny, and deliveied tree ot charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Orunt't Phar
macy, St South Main street.
At Grunt's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine ut the lowest price quot-
etl by any other drug house in the city.
H'e 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, anil below that if nec
essary, to meet theprice of any competi
tor. We have the lurgot assortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 2(10
skins, all sines, at the lowest prices.
Wc are the agi-nts for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Use lluncombe Liver Pills, the liest in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly telmble remedy for all
blood diseases is P.nnco:nlc Sarsapurilla.
Try a bottle and yon will takenoother.
J. S. C.h'AST, Ph. 0., Pharmacist,
I'l S. Muin St.. Asheville, S. C.
48 SOl'TH MAIN STREET.
UHY 0OOHS, FANCY (SOOD.S
New Spring goods now ar
riving in all lines. AVeexbibit
a beautiful line of Outing
Cloths, Ginghams, Sateens,
Cashmeres, Summer Silks in
Ulack Silks and Velvets.
Dress Trimmings in latest
novelties, Table Cloths, Nap
kins, Doylies, Curtain Drap
eries, liitelioous, hinoroKl
eries, Lares and Domestic
Goods of all kinds. A large
assortment of Kid Gloves,
including Centcmcri und Har
ris' Hook Gloves. Ladies'
Underwear in muslin, gauzo
and merino at low prices.
Corsets always a full stock
of sizes and qualities.
We call special attention
to our Fancy Parasols and
Silk Sun Umbrellas. Nothing
equal to them have ever been
shown in the city.
SoMETiiiNo New. We offer
the only absolutely fast black
Hosiery on the market, for
Ladies, Misses and Children,
also for Men and Boys. They
are guaranteed not to dye,
crack or turn green, or money
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