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f "THE CITIZEN" i
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE,
Containing full dally report, of the Gen
eral Aucmhly of the Presbyterian
Church, will lie sent for Hoc.
postpaid to any address
luring the session.
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, 25 cents. Three Times, CO vcnti.
Six Times, 78 cent..
VOLUME VI. NO. 25.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and (level
oping ii8 a
Situated in tho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for 1in1 tli-
fulucss and beauty of
An elevation of .',800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tiiHtc and skill, with well
graded roadH and extensive
A desirable place for lint
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ni'-
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lliivlllr, Mitchell Co., N. C.
FOR CI5NTU5M15N JI'ST IN-HAND-SOMB
LATIiST DF.SIGNS I'KliTTlliST
NF.W AND AI.LGKADF.S.
FANS ! FANS !
I'SlilTL AND OKNAMF.NTAL.
ilil . MAIN ST., AKllliVIM.H,
IS TIIK I'l.ACK roa
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
"Views and Sketches.
Wttrss B. (Iwvh, w. w. Wht,
GVYN & WEST,
(HuciTMon to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at S
Notary I'utillc, CommlMioncra ollierila.
OFPICK ttoutheamt Court Nqn.rr,
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan. DC urcly placed at M ier cent.
Oftlcr.1 94 Ik 80 Patton Ave. Hecnnd Hcior.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
HI Kit 1NHHKANCH I'l.ACKII IN TWENTY
OF TIIK IIHHT L'OMI'ANIIIH IN
AOHNTH OP TUB TRAVIII.BKH1 1. It'll AND
ACCIDKNT INHUMANCK CO., 01'
STATU AOHNTH FOR TIIKIIHTKOITI'IKK
AND llimOLAM PKOOI' HAFK CO. '
Rooms o Aio, McAfee Block.
SIM Patton Ave., Aahevlllc, N. C.
IF THERE IS ANY
a w u k
A L V li 8,
15 N 15 I' I T
A K U A I X S,
II IV VOI'K
GRUCKRIliS, FKEI), KTC,
I' K O M
A. D. COOPER,
Nor til Side Court lloumr Kiuirv.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
Ice ('ream Freezers, 2, .'I, -I,
0, H mid 10 quart, at prices
lower tlian ever. Hummocks
at DNc, f 1.2M, $1.-18 and
$2.25. IJciuitiful line of Fans.
Merry and Sauce Dishes by
the sett or dozen. Matches
(large boxes, .'K)0,) 2."cs.
per dozen. A now lot of
French Sntines, beautiful
patterns. Tin? prettiest lot
of Cingliams andChambrays
in town; solids, stripes and
laids. We are daily o.iect-
ing Cnxpiet Setts, 1, ( and H
tall; also Hie Harper My
Traps, best, made, at lHcts.
acli. We have n very com-
ilete stock of goods at prices
that are sure to please. II
you will tako the trouble to
onie to see us before you
my we shall be sntislicd. We
do not claim to have all the
goods in town, and'are not
giving them nway, but we
are selling them (lots of
them) at very low prices.
No cliromos, no free gifts,
no a valanches, no cyclones,
no humbug. Everything is
guaranteed; and as hereto
fore, the best, place in town
to trade is the
( Formerly of Lyman ft Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage nuslnesH
Loan, securely placed at ft ht cent.
W. C. CARMICHAEL
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all times to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
Hrst-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pun
and fresh and my prices as
low as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
IO miles South of AkIii-vIIIi-. on A. K 8. H. K
l-.T Month $111(1(1
Ccr Week ISiMi
Per liny H
Dinner and Ten dirties on om-dn.v's notice,
TIiuh. A. Morris, Prop..
llprlo (Itf Arden. N. C.
I. w. U. WILL.
asiihvii.i.i;, N. c.
lllliee lliirnnnl IiiiIIiIIiik. I'. ' (
PlnnH, SH-cincnlloii. Ik-tnil. fce., forcvery
-Ins or hiillding nt short notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull and mi- tin. iiprtlld.lm
Of General Interest.
SEASONABLE ITEMS BELOW MARKET PRICES.
One large lot Ladies' and
Misses r me Shoes.
One small lot ditto, medium
grades, sacriliced at aliout
one-third of former prices.
Men's and I Joys' Fine Straw
One large lot of White (Juilts
from low priced to line.
Several lots of stout, stylish
Carpeting at 2t, .10, .J.
Handsome Art Squares.
Several lots of Dress (ioods,
which we cannot duplicate.
II. REDWOOD CO.
Clothing, I'ry Goods, Slim-, Huts, Siimll
w nreH, nun i.urx-ix.
7 mill il I'liltim Avenue.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
AhIicvUIc, N. C.
THE DAIIV CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Khmmi.hh is one of the lm nli-st mill
ions to execute with wliicli American
law lias ever had to ileal.
Tun American Iinglc screeches with
disgust. Firecrackers are Hcarce anil
July 4-th is approaching.
Two Huston (livincH preiu-heil about
Jonah and the whale last Sunday, ami
on Monday two dead whales were
washed up on Lynn beach liy the sad
sea wuves. Coincidences arc sometimes
l-'oi.l.nwiNi; New York, a powerful
anti-hanging movement has Ih-cii started
in New Hampshire. The New York Sun
argues that capital punishinciit is so
nearly abolished any way in practice,
that the statutes which provide lor it
have little cfl'cel, and had better be re
moved. It won. 11 be nn intereslitiK tnsk lor
icoplc interested in (inures to calculate
the iiutnlicr of absent minded (iciiple in
thcl'nited Slates from tliedata furnished
by the postollice. There were received
at the dead letter ollicc last year 17,01)0
letters with no siiicrscriptiou what
ever, while 00,(100 were iinproicrly ad'
A ki; Menu s journal argues that eleven
hours is a scriptural dav's work, from
the parable of the laborer in the vine
yard who came in at the eleventh hour
and received a full day's pay. Our I'ur-
itau (,'randsires must have none sadly
wr.niH on Scripture obedience, then,
when they worked their xior laborer
fourteen hours a day.
Tims is terrible news. The world').
crop of liivcrackers is short this year.
and the demand Iroiu Mexico and South
America is heavier than ever before.
Healers are Intuitu; almut 'JO cents n
bunch for small firecrackers. Thus doer
the heathen Chiuce kcI sipinrc with
voting America for nialiiiiK his laundry
Math i mom docs net yet npical to
Lotta. Asked if she were still enjoying
single btesHcdiiess, the indeiendeiit little
actress ratntlv said: "Yes, thank
heaven! It is all that I can do to man-
lye myself with the aid ol my mother,
and I can see no reason why I should un
dertake the niuiiiu.'cmciit ol a husband,
or accept u husband to let him manage
me. 1 am satisfied i 'i my present eon
uition, and exx.-ct to continue in it."
It is said that mi I5iulish syndicate
has liuf;hl a thousand acres of phos
phate lauds in Marion county, Florida.
There is always a place to draw the line.
and here it is. When it comes to actual
ownership of laud in this republic by
subjects of monarchical government it
ought nut to lie wrmittcil to any extent.
A I'tiitcd States law to this cllei-t.
strictly enforced, would only Ik- such a
protective measure as other nations have
Asiikvii.I.k is to lx-congratulated that
it possesses laboring men who are so
generous as not to force their demands
with a strike. While the wires are tell
ing of lulMir troubles all over the world
the city moves along in the even tenor ol
its way. Asheville laboring men U-licve
in moderation. That the hours consti
tuting a day's work will Ik- lessened is
admitted by both employers and em
ployes but here the change will lx- gradu
al anil nohodv will sillier from il.
So solidly is labor orgunicd that even
the fishermen along the I'acilic coast
have formed a protective union. What
is more, in the free and imlciieiideut cli
mate of the slojie, thev eufoivc its edicts
with the gently K-rsuasive shotgun.
There was a light lately la-twccn Ha
catchers of union mid non-union lish neat
Portland, Oregon, in which one man was
killed on the sHit, another niurlnlh
wounded and it third seriously wounded.
The two men were thus sent out of the
world because they sold a lish lor seven
ty-live cents instead of for a dollar mid
Tih:kh is considerable of a study in the
strike which is now taking place all over
the civilized world in the way of compar
isons. In l5iiroH.- the nrmy is in readi
ness to crush (he mob, and the police un
reported as charging on the parading
thousands. In this country all is kiicc
and iiuictucss. The militia, much less the
police, is not thought of, mid the business
of I he country is undisturbed. Tile forms
ol government arc, of course, responsible
for the ilillcrcul conditions. There the
authorities arc afraid. Here there is
nothing to fear.
W.M has Ir-cii declared between Cali
fornia mid Florida. A California news-patK-r
boasts that il is published in the
only climate on earth which produces
strawberries mid ovstcis nt the same
lime. Indignation ran riol in Florida its
soon ns this claim liecotncs known
Georgia has taken up the cudgel in Ix
liall of the I'etiiiisular State, and n new-s
pa ht of Macon declares that "in Florida
it few miles Ix-low Macon the ruby slraw-
iK-rry grows tip lo the edge of the water
which is fat with oysters, mid from the
over-hanging boughs of the orange the
golden fruit drops right into the gaping
shell of the luscious molliisk." This is
but another illustration of the wonderful
variety ol soil and donate of our great
country. Where on earth is there an
other country where the tirodiiel. ul tin
tropics till tfie markets with the same
iirolusion ns thoseol the tciuK-ratc xotic?
dassaehusells may boast ol the oranges
ami nus oi riorum ami miiiorniii. anil
the Gull State limy pride Itscll iihiii the
greening and the russet of the llcrksliire
lulls, fur we arc one, great united nation
COMMISSIONERS TO THE
A RECEPTION AT BATTERY PARK
The lrKri. as Arrangl-d- Momt
ofllie ltlHlii.KUlHl.ecl YlHKorH
Who Will he Here.
The commissioners to the general as
sembly will commence to arrive to-mor
row. Kev. Ir. Wilson, slated clerk, will
be among the first arrivals, as the ardu
ous duties of hisollice rcipiire prompt
ness. The veslrv of the church has been
reserved as a private oflicc for him. The
commissioners of enrollment will meet in
the lecture-room on Wednesday Highland
the formal oK-uing of the assembly will
take place on Thursday mot tling with
divine worship, sermon by the Kev. Dr.
Hill, retiring Moderator. The assembly
will Ik-constituted with prayer, the roll
will be called and the new Moderator
and temporary clerks will lx elected.
This will probably complete the business
of the day.
The social ft'ii t tires will probably occu
py the rest of the day. The ladies of the
clntrch will give an afternoon lea to the
visiting ladit-4, wives and daughters ol
the commissioners and others, of whom
n large numlx-r will Is; present.
The event of the day, however, will Ik
the reception tendered lo the commis
sioners at Hatter)' I'ark in the evening.
About mi hour of social intercourse will
be sK-nt in the music hall and at hull
past nine the company of about .'loo
guests will sit down to the siipx-r which
Colonel Steele will provide. Alter the
sitpK'ris over the sx'akiug will Ix'gin
and the assembly will Ik' lormally wel
comed to the Slate by the Governor,
Daniel (i. I-'owIe; to the Presbytery of
Mecklenburg, by the Kev. Mr. Wharton;
lo the city of Asheville, by T. II. Cobb,
Ksip, and lo the First I'resliyterian
church, by S. 1-'. Vciuiblc, lisip The res
ponses will Ik- made by the leading ora
tors, both in the ministry and eldership.
Tickets can lx- had for $11 by applying
within the next two days to C. 15. Gra
ham, W. W. West, or Geo. S. 1'owcll.
Invitations have Ik-cii extended to the
leading ininisle and elders throughout
the country. Mr. John II. Iiiinau, of
New York, expressed some time ago his
purpose to lx- present if lie could. Kev.
I r. Ilrud, ol Chicago, favorably known
in Asheville, is also invited, Hon. Win.
f,. Wilson, of West Virginia; Governor
Gordon, ol Georgia, and Governor Mt-
Kinnev, of Virginia; lir. I'almcr, of New
Orleans, and lr. Ilogc, of Kichmoiul, arc
among the invited guests.
ltll-kHo.l Not tiullls.
The ease against Win. Dickson for en
tering and robbing the postoHicc nt Hot
Springs, was resumed in the Federal
court this morning. Tlicpiisoncrs'coiin
sel, Major llowinait, ol llakcrsvillc, and
II. T. lluiulHiugli, ol Hot Springs, made
strong mid forcible hxcchc and were fol
lowed in nil able Ktvh bv District At
torney Cluis. I 'rice lor the I'niu-d Slates.
The judge's charge was very comprehen
sive mid lilt-ciiac went to the jury just
Ix-fore the noon adjournment.
The evidence produced by the I'tiitcd
States is to the cllccl that a ipmutity of
Kiinies were taken from the stoHicr
Irawer and that the dclciidaul was
found with a large nuiutx'r in his pos
session. The witnesses lor the defence
stale that the pi isoner was in the habit
if collecting s unit's, ami had renin iked
to a friend that he was going to save all
the H'iiiiie lie could. All ol the evidence
was ol n circumstantial nature mid (lit
prisoner's attornevsargucil solely against
its Ix-iug sullicicitt to eoiiviet. Ten mill
ules after court adjourned the jury rt
turned n verdict ol not guillv.
A Valaiihle Iron Mine,
Messrs Natt Atkinson, J. C. filler ami
W. T. Keynolds have secured options on
uIhiiiI ',000 urns of laud oil Flat creek,
near I'ickcns' church, thirteen mid n half
miles from Asheville, Tlieeousidcraliotis
expressed amounts to over $1oo,ooo.
The reason for this is the discovery of
what promises to Ik- a valuable iron
dciHisit on ihc proiK-rlv. Two veins of
ore have already Ik-cii found, one fifteen
feel wide and the oilier twenty-live feci
There nic three kinds ol iron on the
place. Magnetic ore, which assays III
K-r cent, pure iron; hcmnlilc iron ore,
and a R-culiur kind e died Sx-cular mag
netic hematite ore. Work is progressing
on the place to find what there is in it.
Iliac let All Anl.etllle Man,
Grainger county, Tcniitsscc, has just
voled n lilx'ral subscription for the Mor
rislown mid CumlK-rland Gap railroad.
James G, Martin is president of (he
road mid has Ixru in (hat sec
tion for some time working for
its interests. The majority was it llat
tering our mid ivllccts credit upon Mr,
Martin's ability, and attests to the work
he lias done.
II Wouldn't Work.
One day recently n letter carrier no
ticfd a gentleman fiom the count rv vain
ly endeavoring to in-crt a letter in one of
the lire alarm signal boxes, lie worked
at it for some time, mid finally Iwcmne
disgusted with the thing, mid went ofl"
grumbling something alioiil the "new
fiiugled kind of postollice,"
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Illnckhcrrica are on the Wilmington
Thomas A. F.dison is at Carthage look
ing over llic gold Ileitis.
The contract for the Governor's man
sion calls for its completion by August 1.
Large quantities of dead horse fish arc
Hunting down the river near rayctlc
The ladies of Raleigh propose holding
a fair, in elaborate style, iaaidol the Sol
l'ayetlcvillc is to have two targe
planing mills. One wnl Ik.' erected by a
Kev. V. K. Coiiix-dge has accented a
call to the pastorale of the I'resliyterian
cliurcli ul llurlington.
ThcGoldsboro Argus promises the town
liolli a knitting mill anil cotton taelory
liclore the end ol the year.
Last week $K.ri(,(HiO of the first mort
gage bonds of the Western North Caro
lina railway had Ik-cii paid oil'.
Favcttcvillc business men will close
their stores early during the summer
months The clerks requested it.
James Row-laud got drunk and went to
sicca on a railroad track near Wadesboro.
A passenger train came along and lie
died the next day.
A farmer limited John I'enny, white
driving into Moiuauton, met with a la
ta! accident, his horse taking fright at n
passing train ami dashing the buggy to
The inortuarv report of the town of
l-avcttcvillc lor tne niontii ot April
shows a rcmarkalilyc low dcatn rate,
there having been only eight dentin dur
ing thai time.
The Oxford & Clarksville Railroad
company has instituted n suit against
the town ul Durham tor relicl, the action
growing out of the railroad disturbance
week Ix-lore last.
The Virginia and North Carolina Con
struction company met at Winston and
increased its stock from $100,000 to
i-Hoo.i il X I, ami elected oliict-rg. F. II.
l-rics is president.
A negro fisherman on Croatan sound,
named Johnson, attacked another named
Wilson and tried to shunt linn. With
one blow of a pole Wilson smashed John
sou's skull, killing him.
Adams and Newton, two white men
charged with the murder of a mutt named
Cox, in Washington county, have Ik-cii
located in Mississippi. Adams will Ik
brought back in a few (lavs, having Ik-cii
A eointiaiiv lias hist Ixvn organized at
Monroe with acatiitalstockol $100,000,
to build a cotton factory there. XI r. A.
Stevens is president, and Messrs. Hous
ton, Vanii, Fairly and Adams arc direc
tors. Work will Isgin nt once.
The Kt-crctiirv of the treasiirv has
awarded a gold life saving medal of t lu
ll is t class to Kit-hard I-'. Waren, of Wil
mington, lor extreme and heroic daring
in rescuing Miss Carrie Moflit from the
surl at Wrighlsvillc Ix-acli, in June last.
It is probable thai the First mid Third
regiments of the State Guard will go into
camp together mid that the Second mid
Fourth regiments will encamp at the
same time, thus giving two encamp
ments. Thus says the adjutant general.
The Fpiscopal convention to lie held in
Tarhoro this week will Ikmih interesting
occasion. Mayor 15. 15. Ililliard has asked
I 'resident Flliolt, of the Wilmington mid
Wcldon railroad, lo ni l mi excursion on
Saturday or Sunday of next week from
Wcldon, Halifax, and Scotland Neck to
Messrs. I'. II. Italics K: Co. have con
tracted with Messrs. Miller llros. for the
largest tobacco factory, and in fact the
largest building ever erected nt either
Winston or Salt-in. Il is In lie built ol
brick, six stories high, mid will lx- L'llO
leet long with n front ol 1 11 left.
The lloarilof 15diicalioiiof Cunilx-rlmid
county has passed au order prohibiting
the use liv the count v sux'rititenilrnt ol
public schools of "I'l'rsl Steps in North
Carolina History," by Mrs. Cornelia
riulhiis Mx-uccr, ami (looilrtcli Histories
ol the I'uitcil Slates. This action is taken
ou account ol the rclcivuet-sninilein those
works In men and measures during the
Sat in ilnv evening l here was a reception
nt the supreme court mid State liliran
liuildiug anil a great iiuiiiikt ol x-oplc,
mainly Indies, attended it to view the
portraits of prominent men, which have
increased so rapidly in nunilsrrs. Gov
ernor F'tiwlc has received mi oil Mirtrnit
ol (iiivrrnor ixiviu Mone, who was in
ollicc from 1 son to 1 mo. It is n very
line likeness of a remarkably handsome
The storage warehouse of leaf tobacco
mid general merchandise Ix-longing to 15,
C. & I. W. Murray, at Vincent. Alamance
county, wax consumed by lire with nn
almost total loss lo the owner.. There
wits sonic insurance on the liuildiug in
the North Carolina Home Insurance
company lor $:iuo, mid on the stix-k lor
$ loo in the Hartford. As there hadlx-cn
no lire in the building, it is supposed to
have Ik-cii the work ol an incendiary,
Mts. Mary Kiggstx-c was Instantly
killed by n passenger train on the Oxforil
and Clarksville railroad mid near Kalcigli.
Mrs. Kiggslxv was sixty-six yean old,
and lived near the railway. She attempt
ed lo cms the truck as the train iih
nroaclieil, but was struck anil dragged
utmiy yards, Ix-iug so mangled in lo Ik
almost tiiinvogniablc. Her sister, who
wa calico to iiicmny tne oonv, wnscom
plctclv overcome by the horrible scctn
Mr. Clav Markley, n prominent and
well to-do farmrr of Iredell county, was
drowncil in the Ciilawbn river nt' Robin
son's Ferry, lie was crossing by the
Icrrv with his horse mid buggy. The
horse iKvntnc frighlenril and backed the
buggy out ol the lerrv-bont into the river
mid Ihcy were swept down the stream.
The buggy wa recovered hut the bodv
of Mr. I'laiklev has not Ix-cn found.
Crowds of friends of the deceased are
seining the river to recover Ins Imdy.
Aleck reihlicord and George llickcrson,
two bos drivers of Winston, gut into n
light over where their teams should stand
at the Vichniond and Danville dciHit.
Ily ncciilcnl I'rildicord got one of his fin
gers in llickerson'i mouth, nndthe result
wns that the former's finger was nearly
bitten olf. Since then I'eddicord has been
unable to work mid in fncl the doctor
say that the injury it n serious one. Hit
arm is swollen anil It is tnotiulit thnt am
piitnlion will be ncccisnry to lave hit
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 34 South Main St.
They sr. I Specific.
fMl.lnla. apl., hr
l4Mum.r..llr.. lfc, .r
OiKOEfis w unrru t u noun nn
wiaW """""" """"
55 Main St., Buffalo. NV and lolinulloiul Bridgt,Ont.
POK IAI.B IIT
J. S. GRANT.
If yttur prvncrqititim ure prepared at
( taint's l'liiirniiwy you can positively de
IKinliipnn these facts: I'irst.tliat only Hit
purest and Itest drugs and ehemiculs will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately hy an cxperh
enced I'reseriptiomst ; and third, you will
not lie charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's I'harmacy, SISoutliMainstrcct.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveied lice ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
lit answered promptly. Grunt's I'har
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's I'harmacy you at 11 buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price (yu(
ctl by any other drug house in the city.
We arc determined to sell us low us the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at first cost, and lielow that if nec
essary, to meet thepiicc of any cunix-(A
We have the largest assortment 01
Cliuniois Skins in Asheville. Over 1'IMJ
skins, all sizes, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
tf his goods always on hand.
I'se liunconilic Liver Pills, the licst in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly iclinble remedy for all
blood diseases is liunconilic Sarsnparillu.
Try a bottle und yon will tnkenoothcr.
J. S. CHANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
J S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyers will J ilt j 1 se no t e
the following great induce
ments this week:
Illack Mohair HrilliantineH
at "0 and 7.V., formerly 7.V.
niackTaniise Suitiiurs. (50
and H.'x!., former price 7.V.
Jllack tiiincl h Hair and
Serge Suitings at 7oc. and
$1, formerly $1 and 1.2.".
Hlack I reucli Henriettas.
."Oc, 7.V. and Jfl, former
price i.c, 1 and ffl.'J.i.
tnncy Moliuir Itrillinut-
ines, ..tie. and .(., former
price 7."ic. and if 1.
I olorcd llcnrict tnsut li.e..
4()e., ."Oc. and 7-"c.. worth
Domestic ami Imported
Cha Hies at ."(., Sc., and 12c.
ash Dress Fabrics, Lawns
and 1'iiiits nt .'t,c. and up.
French and Domestic Sat-
ines at popular prices.
Dress (iiimliums and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Uuting Uotlis. Table Lin-
ens, white and colored.
lute (ioods. iNuinsooks.
Lawns, India Linens, Ham-
burgs, Luces, Underwear,
(Moves and Mitts. Large
assortment and low prices.
I'arasols and Nmshudcs.
tho most attractive in the
city, l'rices lower than else
-lust received A new lot of
Mack nndCrcuin Luce Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
Something iSew Wo sell
tho only absolutely Fast
I slack Hosiery in the market
made by Smith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses ami Chil
dren, also for Men and Hoys.
Tdicyaro guaranteed not to
dye, crock or t urn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN BTREVT.
Oppo.lte Dank of AttwvUI.