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"THE CITIZEN" i
Asheville Daily Citizen
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One Time, 28 cent. Three Times, 00 cents.
Bis Timet, 78 cents.
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ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI.NO. 28.
A place planned und devul
opiiifjc us a
Situated in llio
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted ror health
ful nous mid beauty of
An elevation of 8,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tnslo ami skill, with well
graded roads ami extensive
A desirable place for line
HIUTHI IX HOMES.
A good opportunity for
profitable invest meats. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
tor gi:nti.f.mi;n just in-hand-
SOMF. I.ATHST DFSIGNS PKIiTTIICST
NI5W AND ALL GKADKS.
FANS ! FANS !
USHI'UL AND OKNAMIiNTAL.
tfil 8. MAIN 8T AMIUtVILI.lt,
IK Till! fUCI KOK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
WlLTII B. OWVN. W. W. WKST,
GVYN & WEST,
(successors to Walter D.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Notury I'ulillc. Commissioners oHH-eils
OfflCR Muttieat Coartcimrt),
Ueal Estate Brokers,
And Iiivculiuciit Ag-cnt.
Lumm e urcly pluecd lit 8 per cent.
Hitlers t a 3U Pstton Ave. Second floor.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL E8TATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS
F1KII INHllKANCIt PLACHU IN TWItNTY
01' TUB IIU8T COMPANIltH IN
AUUNTHOI' TUB TRA VKI.HKH' I.I I'll AN
ACCIDHNT IN8UKANCB CO., OK
8TATI1 AOltNTi POH THBDBTROITl'IKB
AND Ut'KOLAR PKOOP 8APB CO.
Room 9 Aio, McAfee Block.
88 Pstton Ave,, A.hcvllle, N. V.
IP THERE IS ANY
0 W H R
K 1 C Ii s,
A L U li S,
i; n ii f i t
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
P K O M
A. D. COOPER,
North Side Court House 8iUorc.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CTS. PER LB.
Ice Cream Freezers, 2, li, 4,
(J, H nnd 10 quart, at prices
ower than ever. iiamniocKs
. tr i .
nt 08c, 11.28, 1.4H and
$2.25. Beautiful line of Fans.
Jerry and Sauce Dishes by
the sett or dozen. Matches
(large boxes, aoo,) 25cts.
ier dozen. A new lot of
French Satines, beautiful
uitterns. The prettiest lot
f (linghnms niidChaiiibmys
n town; solids, stripes and
ilaids. We are daily expect
ing Croquet Setts, 4, (J and 8
mil ; also the Harper Fly
Traps, best made, at lHcts,
eacn. we nave u very cum-
ii' i .
ilete stock of goods at prices
that are sure to plcawe. If
you will tnko the trouble to
come to see us neiore you
aiy we shall be satisfied. We
do not claim to have all the
goods in town, and are not
giving them away, but we
e sellimr them (lots of
them) at very low prices.
No chromos, no free gifts,
no a valanches, no cyclones,
no humbug. Everything is
inmranteed; and as hereto
fore, the best place in town
to trade is the
U1CMT ANU UOKH MBTHMT
KOPP & LICHTENBER6ER,
8 Pattou Avenue.
MIMT KIIHPBCTI'IILLV INVITIt YOHK.
BUM' AND FAMILY TO VIHIT
THUIR 8TORB UN
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
May ISi I audi If,
TO TA8TB A CUP OP THIS DIILICIOU
WHICH TllltV IIAVB JUST IMPOHTIil)
20 80UTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all tunes to
uviure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
epresented or money ro
unded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
ow as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, nnd delivered free
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J. Taylor Amiss is witn
. .( 1 I 1 A..
me, una win ne pieuseu iu
meet his friends and custom
ARBEN PARK HOTEL
(I mites South of Aihcvlllc, on A. i 8. H. K.
it Month M)(M
cr Week 'a""
Per Day J'"'
Dinner and Tea Purlin on oncdny'snotlcc,
TboH. A. MorrlH, Prop.,
Anlin, N. C.
,. W. U. WILLI.
AKTIII'K J. WILL..
ASIIBVILLK, N. C.
Mice nurnnrd llulldinK. O. Ilox 0114..
Plan.. Rpeetllcntuins, Iktiilln, Kc.. forever
cIiihh of liuildliiK nt .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull anil we um. nprld:im
We are showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Sniallwares &
Carpets, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 &, 0 l'atton Ave.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville. N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Fiti.LV ninc-tcntlis of tlic Miiv strikes
of the ciircnters were succcsulu. It is
worth all these centuries of atruKKlv to
the workinfjitien to learn the power there
is ill holding together.
Tub torpedo boot dishing, the new
naval vessel, is a wonder, and no mis
take. The trip up the l'otomac from Mt.
Vernon to Washington usually takes the
locul steamboat twp hours. The dish
ing made it in forty minutes.
"Col. lngcrsoll is a curiousanmlgam of
Henry Ward needier anil Mr. Ilnitl-
laugh," remarks W. T Stead in tlic Re
view of Reviews. It is dimcult to tell
which this comes hardest on, Col. Inger-
soll, Ilradlaugh or Henry Ward needier.
Nhw York adds another to the list of
States that have adopted, in more or
less modified form, the Anst-alian ballot
system. Grand Muster Workman Tow
dcrly docs not Ix-lievc it will disfrancluHe
working men, and he urges its adop
tion in all the States. So does the gen-
ral secretary of the Knights of Labor,
Tiik farmers of Illinois want to know-
how it is that the Pullman I'alnce Car
'ompnnv has mnnnged to scale down its
taxes from $2,100,0(10 in 1K74 to $2H.rv
000 in 1SSK, while their corn crop last
year cost them $10,000,000 more thnn
they ena get for it. The protective poli
ty is a great H)hcy, and the western far
mers are just "getting on to it.
Coi.. Inoi'.ksoi.i. recently gave u man
licrmisHion to use his name on a new
brand of cigars, oh condition that he
would put the following inscription on
each box : "We smoke in this world, but
shall not smoke in the next." The man
complied, and made $0.000011 that brniid.
IlcoiiL'hl to keen the wicked colonel).
ignr case wcll-lilled.
Tun ClTiZKN wishes heartily to com
mend the suggestion of a oirrcspumlcnt
in this issue that Col. John D. Cnmcron
lie selected professor of history in the
University. Col. Cameron's chief piali-
ficnlions for this chair soon to Ik- estal-
lishcd arc accurately noted by our cor-
resMindent. It may lie well to add that
iuitc as much for the sake of the Univer
sity and the State as for Col. Cameron,
it would be well if some csccinl effort
were made in the matter. The opportu
nity is too vnluable a one to lie lost by
Tim fight for the control of the next
congress is going to lie suflicicntly ani
mated to make all the facts ahoiit tilt
nrcscnt one interesting. It will take less
than a doitcn seats out of thcn.lo to turn
the scales. Sixty-five mcmlicrs of lliit-
house were elected by narrow pluralities
of less than l'.'OO, and more than halfol
these arc republicans. Some failed to
get a majority at all, as in all four dis
tricts in Connecticut. Ten districts gave
the successful candidates less than lmi
plurality ; twenty-fivegnvc less than ."oo.
ami forty-live under 1000. These figures
indicate that there's Inn ahead this fall,
Col. A. H. II. IAWsos, formerly ol
Georgia, now one ol the assistants to
District-Attorney Fellows m New ork,
is getting himself into the iiewspaiers ol
that city very extensively of late. A lew
nights ago lie made a public sicccli m
which he charged the press w ith hinder
ing the enforcement of criminal laws and
advocated the enactment nfuslntutclor
bidding newspapers to publish details ol
crimes until after iersons charged with
their commission have been tried. Col
Dawson is mhoring under a strange de
lusion. This is not Russia, but the laud
of the free and home of the eiiierpiismg
and fearless ncwspaiier. lloth the pictures
andthesiieechesof the colonel indicate
that he is a back numlicr away hack,
A ci'Miors little machine is the Sims
Ivdison electric torx-do, ticcr and frisky,
It will hold 2(10 pounds ol dynamite.
The iipK-r part is a float, to prevent the
thing from sinking. Six feet underwater
Imaging from the float, is the toriedo
itself, cvliudricnl, with sharp ends. An
exhibition of the powers of the torH-di
was mndc In the presence of some of the
Pnn-Amerienn delegates in New York
bnv. The torK'do is steered from shore
or ship by means of electricity, win
nlso moves it through the water. The
deadly little implement of warfare can
travel nineteen miles nil hour, nnd can
be made to change directions ns often
reiiuired. It could steal up to a ship in
the darkness and blow It to atoms.
The Macon Telegraph on August 2
1SH7, said concerning the C'.corgia con
vict system: V It has checked
the industrial progress of the Stale nnd
him debouched its Mihties, It has mndc
tnoekerv of the administration of justice
and has inflicted Inhumanities upon the
many, while the few have grown rich
powerful and insolent under its workings
The character of more than one
public man hits Urn smirched by eonnec
tion with the infamous system, nnd its
further continuance will fasten nn indeli
ble reproach upon all the ieople of the
Stale. The system has utterly failed ns
n punitory and n reformatory one, inch
ns n great Slate should upMirt under
our present civilisation. " W
take it that the great imicdiincnt in the
wny ol the iierforniauce of n great duty
is that wc hnvc legislators who measure
justice by Its cost in dollars nnd cent.
tiood government isonly obtained nt tlic
exiendilure of money. The lessees do
not nml hnve not hesitated to rxwud
their money mndc out of the Inlior of
THE STREET RAILWAY TO
LENGTHEN ITS LINE.
STREETS ALONG WHICH THE
TRACK WILL RUN.
An AHMiired Tlilnir If the Hoard
of Aldermen irmit Their
The Asheville Street railway propose
to extend their lines at an early date.
They have already given notice that ap
plication will be made to the city council
next Friday night and several routes arc
pecified as follows:
First. From the intersection of South
Main street and Soutlisidcn venue, south
ward, to the southern limits of the city
Second. From the intei seel ion of South
Main mid Valley streets, along Valley
street, to liagle street.
Third. From the intersection of Col
lege nml Oak streets, along ColUge street
to the city ipiarry.
Fourth. From North Main street at
intersection ol Chestnut street along
.North Main street and the new street
tinning outward to Pearson n venue,
northwest, to the city limits at or near
the residence of T. S. Morrison, or from
attoii avenue, along Haywood and
Academy streets, to the same, point,
with a branch truck leading to the ceme
tery. Fifth. To extend the line of track now
nding nt Charlotte ami Chestnut stree ts
long Charlotte street to the city hunts
n the north.
Sixth. To extend the North Main
trect line to the city limits on the north.
Mr. II. M. Jones, secretary and treas
urer of tlic company was asked yester-
lay about the proposed extensions.
They will certainly lie built if wc get
the desired permission," he said, "and
work will begin nt once Prulmhly thi
ne from College street to the quarry
will lie built first. That line will lie used
hielly for hauling rock to Ik- used on the
streets, for the city. The line from South
Main to Valley street will lie used for
hauling coal to the light and power sta
tion, and for the distribution of freights.
It is very probable that we will haul
freights.nml have a depot on Valley street.
We only nsk the city lor jicrmission to
go to the city limits, but if niter we build
that far, wc divide that it will pay lieltcr
wc will extend the lines into the suburbs.
The South Main street line may go to
Hiltmorc. The present line is paying
vcrv well indeed, nml wc are sure the ex
tensions will increase theenrniugs largely.
There is no doubt that it will lie a good
An Kxccllcnt MukkvhIIoii.
Asiiuvii l.i:. N. C, May 1 1
1-ilitor Cituen: At the next meeting ol
the trustees of the I'liiversily a Chair ol
listory will he established ami a proies-
sorchoscn. . .
I venture to suuircsl to the lionrcl thai
Col. John D. Cameron lieselci-ted. Helms
licen so long ami wen known id inc -u-pie
of North Carolina that unv coalmen
ilatinn mav seem suiHrllous. He is nn
alumnus of the University nnd has ever
mnnili-steil the deeiH-st interest in us wel
fare; he is a rim- scholar, and ts-rlmps is
f :,!- .1.. I. ..I' fit..
more laiiniinr wim mv nint,.,,, ,.,
inti thnn nnv niiin now living, except
Col. Saunders; his style is KViiliarly
suited to historical composition, nc is n
ili.irniiL'h North Cnroutm. couvcrsani
with her traditions ami the genius of her
citizens, lie lias Ihh-ii a participant in
inn ii v ol lie most important events ol
iIip ln.t imartcr century, ami a calm
ilioiiL-litliil student of everv cihk-Ii and
oluiw- of our iMililical history.
TO WHOIII, Willi greater cMinm-ncv, i.iii
wpciimmil the L'liiilancc of the youth of
our Slate in its history ? D,
Kent ICtttnte Trnnnlt-rM.
W. L. McAfee, trustee, to Tny-
lor Moms & Ilrotlierlou, lot
on Moiitituinstrcct $ tini.0(
1). D. Sul tie nnd wile and J. II.
IIOSIICIIIIU WIIV l V C.
er, U interest in I HI nen-s
near the city
T. C, T. F sad 11. II. Slnnies
to K. K. Porter, lot on I-mil si.
. 8. Coomt and wile to D. D.
Sutlle ami J. It. Pontic, i in
terest in 1ft aens near t lie city
I. M. Jones to S. I.. Mitchell,
;p acres on iioiniuycivcK....
K. A. Miller and wile to Murv
. I.usk, 1 acre in iiiunn s
J. M.DnvisnnilwilctoM. Hull,
lot on rwiicy suwi
D. T. Millard has sold to Pcler
Connelly his limit of KW'i
neres nn the east side of
llcnumont lor 10,000.00
The Federal Court.
The United Slates court is still oie
for the entering of decrees, but the jury
lins Itccn discharged.
The final decree was signed yesterday
hi i he old case of Geo. II. Smylhe vs. the
heirs of K. II. Henry, deceased, which in
volvcd the title to the Junnluskn farm in
Graham count v. The decree is in favor
ofSmvthe. The defenilnnls give nolie
of npiienl to the Supreme court of the
United Slates. This case has ih-cii 'iiii
I.,.. I..r u-veiilivii vears. W. II. Mlllouc
,i,i,l Theodore I-'. Ilavidson lilMK-arcd for
Sin. v I he nnd Cobb & Mcrrimoii for the
The grand lodge of the Sons of Tem
perance of Nnrlh Carolinn met here this
morning with Col. V. D.Jiist'cc, grand
worthy patriarch of the Stale, presiding.
There arc thirty-five delegates in ill
teniluncc nnd the session will Inst to-day
A large ntimlKX hnve availed them
selves of Knpp ft l.ichtcnhcrgcr'i fine
cup of cocoa to-dny, The flnvor of the
cocoa is excellent, and the oiler holds
good to-morrow and Saturday.
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Snenk thieves arc abroad in the land at
Ivvungelist Fife endc'J his meetings nt
Clay Ilarclav wns drowned in the Ca-
tawlm river Friday.
Governor Fowlc has been looking after
the penitentiary farm near Wcldon.
Raleigh's cattle show oiiens to-day. A
large number ol animals have been en
The uovcriimcnt distillery of C. P. Al
ley, at Kraukliutoii, has been seized for
Professor 1. L.Tomlinsnn, suticriiitcnd-
cnt of the graded school at Greensboro,
Ited there suddenly.
At a meeting of the town authorities
of Salem it was decided to widen the
streets of the town twelve feet.
Colonel Cotton, of Tnrboro.eoinmand-
ing the first regiment, states that four
companies of his command will go to
Dr. Hamilton V. Hortoit, of Winston,
ml Miss Annie Laurie Cowlcs, a niece
of Hon. W. II. II. Cuwles, were mnrried
t Wilkeshoro Wednesday.
The Scotland Neck Demoerntcomesout
u favor of V. 11. Kitchen for congress iir
ne Second district. It thinks the pcoplc
of that seel ion desire to sec him nomina
ted. due of the colored prisoners in the
Goldsboro mil made n hreak for liberty
tew days ago. A ileputv took litter
him and alter a mile dash he was cult
loscphtis Daniels, editor of the Raleigh
State Chronicle, has accepted an invita
tion to deliver the annual address at the
commencement of the Wcsleynn femulc
ollege at Murf'reesboro on uuc 12.
Notice wilt lie served upon the authori
ties of the counties in lite eastern district
I the Slate lor the removal ol the incur
able harmless insane who arc new in the
asauc asylum. There arc thirty of these.
The next annual meeting of the North
Carolina Toiiacco Association will be
held nt MoreVnd City in August. All
inrties engaged in the tobacco trnde will
ic considered and welcomed asdelcgates.
The commissioners of Winston have
ailed an election to take place on the
1 7th day ol June for the purHise of vot-
iig upon the question of issuing bonds
fur city unpro.-cments to the amount of
wo hunched thousand dollars.
Tli.'t-r u-n it henvv snow storm ill Wn-
aiiL-.-i county last Wednesday. Thursday
morning the mountains were white with
snow. I Here was also a lively snow
storm in the F.Ik Park section of Mitchell
county. It is an occurrence very unusual
General 0. W. Ilavwoo.l.a graduate of
the t'uiversitv ol North Carolina, died at
his home near Greensboro, Alu. He was
in his KNih year, (ieueral llavwood was
the brother ol the late Dr. l-nbiiis J. Hay
wood ami of lr. li. Ilurkc Haywood, of
It is said that liverct Turner, of Clin-
on, lins mventc'i nun pnienieii a ncvicc
for fastening mail bags that is a long
wny suK-rior to the old fashioned leather
strap. The Mistmastcr general has ex
pressed IiiiiiscII much pieascu witn tne
News has Ix-cn received nt Kaleigh ol
the total destruction by lire of McDinr
mid's saw mill nt Sout Springs, on the
C. F. & Y. V. railroad, liiglity thousand
feet of lumber was consumed and nlso
four cars which stood on the railroad
track near by.
Thousands ol people witnessed nt Kal-
igh the contest for the championship of
hose wagons in the Mate, it was won
by the Kcscuc compnny, of Kaleigh,
w-bosc hose wnL'on made a run of 200
yards, laid M Ml li-et of hose, and threw
water loo icci an in .u secuiius.
Marv Thomas, a little colored girl liv
ing on Win. Tucker's place nliout seven
miles from Greensboro, was burned to
death. Her dress caught fire from a
lump sitting on the floor nnd her entire
clothing, with the exception of her dress
collar wns consumed.
While Mr. X. II. Uwis, of High Point.
was examining hischieken house he found
n lull grown prairie dog in one of the
hen's nests. Il was very much like n
siitiirrcl iiIhuiI the body, but the head re
sembles that of a rnbbit. It is supposed
that it escaKil Irom Andrcss circus Inst
Mr. J. 8. llryau exhibited in Kaleigh n
stranue looking animal or monster.
nimlitntlhcmilloivt.il. noon, i-.su.,
in theenstem part ol Ytnkccnunty. lire-
semb'es n Sccies of eel, nlmut three feet
lone;, hlin-k. has no eves, has tour lect,
lias a tail like a snake, a full set of fine
sharp teeth. Mr. llryau has taken it to
the Slitte museum.
lohn Illack has lsten nrrcstcd nt Co
lumbia, S. C, charged with nliducting
M m Caswell, the 1 V year olil daughter
of Mrs. lu a Caswell, ol Whltcvillc, N
C. The arrest was niiuic in nccoroiince
with a tc curnm from the girl's mot her.
and nlso a telegram from the North Car
olina iihrrifl' at Whitcvillc. The girl is
L'ood looking, lloth she
and Illack ns-
serf that the relations
have not been improper.
Mr. W. II. McAllister. nChnrlotte Imv
wlio has U-en setting type in the office of
the wnycross, mi., ncgisier, nucnnucu
to commit suicide last Wednesday night.
A dispatch to the Atlanta Constitution
snes: Mimcilllie since nc in-vninc enam
ored nl n voting lady who hnd but re
cently moved to the city. The Infatua
tion grew into love. It npienrs that the
lady in ouestion tlitl not reciprocate his
While working among some of the rose
bushes in his garden, (.apt. A. li. Wal
ters, of Kcidsvillc, was bitten upon the
wrist of his riflit arm liy n large spider
He continued his work nnd thought very
little of the mnlter. Itnt soon slight
swellimr was noticed nnd the wound
mm to irmw niiinful. He has suffered
greatly Irom the pain nun icars are enter
tnincd of the imiisoii entering lus system
The Grand Lodge of Odd-Fellowi lins
begun its fortv-scventh annual session in
Pvthinn Hall nt Wilmington, Deputy
Grnud-Mnsler John 11. Pool presiding
The iiltrnilnncc is the Inrgest on record.
and the order makes n lietter showing
thnn ever Is-forc. Grnnd-Mnstcr llrown's
rpimrt shows sixlv-three lodges with
2.200 members, and n bnlnnee In the
treasury, lie recommended thcestnhlisb
mcntofflhnmc tor orphans; also, an
ample snlnry for the Grand Lecturer,
whose work Inst yenr resulted in the
ruin of H00 member. The Brand en
campment of the State is nlso In session
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main 8t
t M III I.
Thty if SpsKfflc,
OtotaUtaf M fmm, to
14 mr anUM. TfeWar
Ml A Mlbswttfa rrtMtHttt,
Wmw Mia kj ngfatt f hf
H0FFHM DHV0 CO.
SS Main It., Buffalo, N.V Md brtwsttloiul Bride, Out,
TO SALB BY
If your prescriptions are prepared at
Grant's Pharmacy you can positively de
icnd upon these facts: First, that only the
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rva
sonable profit. Don't forget the place"
Grant's Pharmacy, 2 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled 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, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot.
ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
We 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 the price of any competi
tor. We hare the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sixes, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
llomowpathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on band.
Use Buncombe Liver rills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, rh. G., Pharmacist,
2 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyers will please note
the following great induce
ments this week:
lilark Mohair Itrilliantines
nt "() nnd 75c.f formerly 75c.
IMnck Tnniise Suitings, GO
and Hoc, former price 75c.
Black tamers Hair and
Serge Suitings at 75c and
1, formerly 1 and f 1.25.
lilttck rrench Henriettas,
i()c, 75e. and fl, former
irice (.., $1 and f 1.25.
Fancy Mohair Imlliant-
mes, .rwc. ana oc, lorn'er
price 75c. and $1.
Coloml Henriettas at 2oc,
40c, 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c, tic, and 12c.
V ash Dress Fabrics. Lawns
nnd Prints at 3c. nnd up.
1 ivnch and Domestic Sat
ines at popular prices.
Dress Ginghams and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Outing uoths, Table Lin
ens, wiiiie ana coiorea.
AMute uoods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Ham-
burgs, Laces, Underwear,
Olovcs and Mitts. Largo
assortment and low prices.
Parasols and sunshades,
the most attractive in the
city. PriceB lower than else
Just received A new lot of
Illack and Cream Lnce Floun
cing and l)raiery Nets.
Something JNew we sen
the only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in the market
mnde by Smith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and CM-.
dren. also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STKKET,
Opposite Baak af Aiawllla .,