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ASHEVILLE, N. C., MONDAY, MAY 19, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
VOLUME VI. NO. 31.
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A place planno 1 and devel
oping as a
Situated in the "
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tante and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
KJnvllie, Mitchell Co., N. C.
FOR GENTLEMEN JUST IN HAND
SOME LATEST DESIGNS PRETTIEST
SHADES OF SILK.
NEW AND ALL GRADES.
FANS ! FANS !
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.
Sil . MAIN ST., A.BHB VILLI!,'
is tiis ruAci roa
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
WALTS. B, OWTK,
W. W. Wasr.
(Saccesson to Walter B.Owra)
REFER TO BANK Of AIHEVIUE.
Loans Securely Placed at
Notary Public. commlssloaersofDeeds.
OFriCft laeart Caartaejamra.
Real Estate Brokers,
And InTesttnent Agents.
Loans securely placed at S per cent
Offices 1 8 a 89 Patton At., Second Boor,
RIAL UTAH AN! INSURANCE BROKERS.
pma imsusancb placed in twiintv
OP THB B8ST COMPANIES IN
AOUNTS OP THB TB AVBLBRH LIPB AND
ACCIDBNT INSURAMCB CO., OP
STATB AOBNTS FOB THB DETROIT PI RB
AND BUROLAB PROOF SAPB CO,
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88 Pattoa Are., AafcevVJs, M. C, :
IF THERE IS ANY
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I R T U E
E N E F I T
A R G A I N S,
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER,
North Bide Court Howe square.
ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 25 CT1 PER LB.
Ice Cream Freezers, 2, 3, 4,
6, 8 and 10 quart, at prices
ower than ever. Hammocks
at 98c, 1.28, fl.48 and
2.25. Beautiful line of Fans.
Berry and Sauce Dishes by
the sett or dozen. Matches
(large boxes, 300,) 25cts.
er dozen. A new lot of
French Satines, beautiful
patterns. The prettiest lot
of Ginghams andChambrays
in town ; solids, stripes and
plaids. We are daily expect
ing Croquet Setts, 4, G and 8
ball; also the Harper Fly
Traps, best made, at lHcts.
each. We have a very com
plete stock of goods at prices
that are sure to please. If
you will take the trouble to
come to see us before you
buy we shall be satisfied. We
do not claim to have all the
goods in town, and are not
giving them away, but we
are selling them (lots of
them) at very low prices.
No chromos, no freo gifts,
no avalanches, no cyclones,
no humbug. Everything is
guaranteed; and as hereto
fore, the best pliw in town
to trado is the
(Formerly of Lyman a Child),
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loans securely placed at B per cent.
TSJOTICB TO THB CITIZENS OP ABHB
whmaa at a rrmlar jieettna- of the Board
of Aldermen of the city, held on the INih nf
April, 1imj, at wnicn rawing tne rrrncn
Droad Valley Railroad Company requested
the privilege of crossing and nalng certain
streets In the city. And whereas, at a sub
sequent meeting of the Board of Aldermen a
mniutlnn was nassed directing that anr
railroad company wishing any prlv ges
shouin give pumw uaiicv Of in um,
Mfltt.herrfore. notles Is hereby stven that
am i rT7l v .vcnlna nest at the rcovlar meet
ing of to. Board of Aldermen of the city of
A.hevfllc, tne rrencn nroan vaiiey nanroaa
Company will renew Its application for right
of way through the city passing through
and using a portloa of the following streets i
aoulb.iil. avenue. South Main, Valley, re
immm WfMMlAn sti Brlrl. streets, Mrrrlmos
avmoc. North Main street, or a portloa of
Church, Willow nnd Water streets, Pattoa
arenas and Walnut street, as from surrey.
ws may ana snc most pnwn,
WM. M. COCKB, JR.,
mayiadatmoa VloPrsa. T. B. V. R. H.
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I haye
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
first-class m every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. My goods are pure
and fresh and my prices as
low as the lowest. Trescrip
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
MONDAY, MAY 26, 1890,
At io O'clock.
Four acre, divided Intulota .Hunted on thr
west side of Main street, opposite Captain
Fogg's dwelling, between Cherry street and
Btarnes avenue, on street car line and wltbin
three minutes' walk of Public Square. The
larger part of this tract Is well shaded. Lo
cation most desirable, the adjoining property
being occupied by the Rev. W. M. P. Bryan.
Capt McLoud, M. J. Bcardrn, VY. RidKclcy
Pennlman, Foster Sondlry. A.J. Kankln and
others of the best dtliens of Asheville.
TBRM8 EASY One fourth cash, balance
In two and three years.
For further particulars apply to
T. F. GEO. H. STARNES.
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, Smallwnres &
Carjiets, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
. The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very flno.
One price system.
7 & 9 Patton Ave.
Herring & Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville, N. C.
TIIE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Wiihn the census tnk'.-r comes around
t month, and asks, nmoiiL' other
things, whether you are defective in your
mind, don't shoot. The United States
government is back of his imiuisitivencss.
nun. Von Cai'rivi has bnnished the dc.
tcctives who used to watch night and
day before Prince Bismarck's palnce
when the latter was chancellor. Canrivi
says that he is a soldier and enn take
care of himself.
Tint atandimr armies of Europe nre
coming so large nnd expensive that they
will at length cat up all tne resources 01
the various countries, and univt rsu) dis
armament must come as a nicasure of
self-preservation for the nations.
Risiiop lovcs.of the Methodist church.
says it is impossible for a man with
money to maintain proper relations with
find unless he lrivcs to the cause of
church extension. That may be, but it
is still harder to maintain proper rela
tions without money.
A lot of dresses for the ballet-girls
who ore soon to amieur ut the Madison
Square Garden, New York, have been
seized by the customs authorities tnerc.
But ballet-girls oughtn't to mind a little
thing like that cspcciolly when engaged
for a summer season.
Mhs. Mary Miller, of Western Penn
sylvania, probably the wealthiest colored
woman in the country, died the other
day. Her income was $00 a day. Four
years ago she owned a barren piece ol
ground, but there wus oil beneath its
surface, which made her rich.
Tub South and West arc getting their
full slmm nf destructive windstorms. The
uery recently propounded,"What would
become ol some ol the gigantic ouuuuigs
in Vfw York, riiiladchihia. or Boston
if they were exposed to n tornado such
us Louisville suffered Irotn.'" may navr
an answer one of these fine days in the
not far distant future if this sort of thing
A Kansas farmer, who hiid brought
himself down to a skeleton wrestling
with a heavy mortgage, was struck by
a shower of meteors, one of which lit
iiii'knl uu nnd sold to a uenloi'icftl soci
ety for $1,000 enough to pay off the
mortgage. The imssilnlityol lilting a m
per cent, farm mortgage dciciids greatly
UK)ii one's licing struck by lightning or
a two-ton bowlder from the moon.
Coniirkhsman Conmxl, cf Omiilin.hns
ltvtuiml o nlan fur the irrigation ot arid
lands. His scheme provides for turning
the whole important work" over to im
agricultural department. Hedcems it ad
visable for the government to withdraw
all arid lands from sale at present, ami
to make the survevs and dig the artesian
wells necessary for experimenting. Tin
lands are to lc withdrawn from the mar
kct to prevent them from falling into tin
hands of rapacious land companies thai
will dig the irrigation canals and then
rent or sell water privileges to farmer,
and stockmen along their line at exorbi
tant prices. In the arid lands of the
west are some of the richest larins ol tne
THE TORPEDO BOAT CUSHINQ.
The latest addition to the American
navy, the little torpedo boat Cushing.
has Iwnten all records and all kinds as to
swed. She was built at the Herrislmll
shipyards at Bristol, K. I. On her trial
trip she made twenty-two miles an hour,
a rate of Siccd never equaled on n first
trio liefore. This wus on the run from
Newport to New York, Then the sleamet
started out again, this time to go 'nun
Vrw York around bv Portress Monroe
and up the Potomac to the Washington
nnvv vnrd. Aimin the dcveloiied extra-
ordinary Siecd. Only one boiler wa.
used, the air was thick with fog and the
sea heavy, yet the Cushing made the trip
from New York to Washington in twen-
f v-ciirht nnd nne-hnll hours. inakinu Willi
the one boiler fifteen knots an houi, un
der pressure of only thirty pounds ol
sleum, anil beating all leconls ngniii.
At s trial at Washington she made
nrurlv twentv-seven miles an hour. A
handsome bonus will await the skillful
and fortunate builder of the Cushing.
WEBSTER ON THE WEST.
Among the accchcs of the immortal
Daniel Webster is one not published in
the collection made fur ambitious youths
to minder over and take as their models,
If Daniel himself wnsnlive and could read
this speech, it would miike him (eel thai
for one in his dignmrl lilc lie hail been
fool. If his ghost wanders through the
cities and farms of the mighty nurthwest
nt any time, he must rrmcmW that
speech and feel ashamed of himself.
Nearly fifty years ago a modest bill
was before the United Slates senate to
establish s mail route from western Mis
souri to the mouth of the Columbia river,
Senator Webster was strongly opposed
to the measure, on the ground that it
was a useless cxiriisc. Accordingly he
stirred up his fire of eloquence nnd spoke
What do we wntil with the vast,
worthless area. This region of savages
and wild benats, of deserts, of shifting
sands ami whirlwinds ol dust, nf cactus
and prairie dogs t To what use could
we ever hoe to put tnese grcni iirscrts,
or those endless mountain ranges, impen
etrable and covered tit their base with
etcrnnl snow f What can we ever hope
to do with the western const n const ol
3,000 miles, rock bound.' cheerless nnd
uninviting, ana not a nnriior on I'
What use have we for such a country
Air. President. I will never vote one cent
from the public treasury to pine the
Pacific coast one Inch nearer to boston
than it now is.
AN INTERESTING SESSION
ON SATURDAY NIGHT.
SPEECHES IN THE INTEREST OF
Dr. A. J. wltherapoon, Rev. W. A.
Carter and Rev. C. E. Chlcnesv
ter Addreaa the Audience.
The Presbyterian Assembly met nt
8.30 Saturday evening. By permission
of the moderator. Dr. A.J. Witherspoon,
of the Seaman's Home, Bethel, conducted
the meeting. The church was well filled
by commissioners and visitors. There
was scriptural reading by Dr. Wither
spnon and prayer by Rev. VV. A. Carter.
Kcv. W. A. Curtcr, of Macon, Gn.,
addressed the Assembly in the interest
of seamen's work. He drew a picture of
the average sailor's life, often without
home, or hoK'S for the future, his want
of Christian training and Christian influ
ence. The senkcr knew of no object of
greater interest than work among sea
men. The church seemed to have ignored
this class of men. They liked to hear the
gospel preached. The best congrega
tions the 8icakcr ever hud were in the
cabins of ships, nnd when a sailor became
a Christian he lwcomes one through and
through. It had got to be a custom
when a ship's crew were Christians to
fly a white flag at the mast when leav
ing or entering port, and it was now sur
prising the numlier of vessels who car
ried them. There was no telling thegood
a crew of Christians would do in heathen
lands. The speaker thanked God they
were helping to spread the gosiiel. He
thanked God that the sailors have so
good a friend as Dr. Witherspoon.
"The majority of people," said Rev. C.
E. Chichester, of Charleston, S. C.,"hnvc
long regarded Jack tar as not worth sav
ing." It is not surprising that there has
not been more incentive to greater work
among the sailor, for not many ieoplc
wish to come in contact with them, look
ing upon work with them ns so much
11st. But they have friends in every jiort.
Applications for the establishment of
homes have been very great. The sailors
now receive attention from jicople inter
ested in these homes, which arc sustained
by every denomination and they are do
ing great good. I have been often blessed
by seeing sailor, converted, and when
they ore they carry the goscl abroad
ns no other set of men do. Their influ
ence is as wide as the world in carrying
ibroad the glad tidings of salvation.
One converted sailor is worth more in
this respect than ten or twclveconvcrtcd
landsmen. Give us your sympathy and
prayers and whatever aid to accomplish
the work you can. You have done good
After singing hyirn 12H2 Dr. Chns. S.
Veddcr, of Charleston, S. C, said he had
beca told he must do some stirring, hut
much of that could only be done with-n-spoon,
The reverend gentleman who had pre
ceded the sieakcr was now chaplain ol
the Krt of Charleston, filled with the
word of God, where formerly he had
been commander of a battery in defence
of that harbor. "Captain" Chichester,
he loved still to call him. His work
among sailors wus most effective. In
the Sailor's Home the seamen found so
ciety to- ' ' them, nnd a friend of his
hud suj in that the nccomniodu
lions If 1 the home at Charleston
wuscq'u. any hotel farther south.
The influence of their home was most
satisfactory, aided by the woman's Aux
iliary society. No work was of such im-
iwrtuncc as the conversion of s lilors. It
had been said one converted sailor in a
heathen port would do more good than
ten or twenty converted landsmen, but
the Sicnkcr thought one shipload of pro
fligate seamen would do more harm in a
heathen port than a very much larger
numlier nf any other class of men.
Kcv. A. J. Withcrsoon, D. I'., then de
livered a short address in which he gave
nil account of the work at New Orleans
and related several remarkable instances
of conversion among the senmen nnd
their scnlouslovcof Jesus. "Convert the
sailor," said he, "and you convert the
world." The doctor thanked the Assem
bly for the privilege ol holding the meet
ing and its support of the Seamen's
Rev. W, 8. P. Bryan moved a collec
tion be taken up in aid of the home which
The moderator, Dr. Park, then took
Rev. Gen. Siimmcy, of the committee
on devotional exercises, gave notice nf a
meeting nt the First Presbyterian church
on Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the ill'
teicst of foreign missions. The meetings
will lie addressed by Reverends Rockwell
Smith, of I'cmnmbiico, llrnsil; Saunders,
of Greece, mid Kauisoti, of Athens,
The Assembly ndjonrncd until 0.U0
o'clock this morning.
A.J. Ruljcs, manager of the Haywood
White Sulphur Springs hotel, writes the
Citixiin tosny Hint the statement that
he is organist of the Catholic church at
Waynesville is incorrect. "If," he adds,
"you will come over, however, I will play
s tune on your digestive organs that will
make you wish your beautiful city wns
even nearer here than It Is." Of course
the Citmkn understands from this that
all Asheville is included in Mr, Ruljcs'
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
GoldBboro exnects to have both a knit-
tinir mill and a cotton fuctory before this
year becomes old.
The snw and mist mills of L. Dawson,
in Pitt county, have been burned. Loss
$ 3,000 ; no insurance.
Gordon Elledee wns shot by some rail
road negroes nenr Wilkesboro and very
seriously, it not totally injurea.
Randolnh can boast of a dwarf, who
is eighteen years old, four feet high and
weitrhs seventy-seven pounds. His name
is K. narlcy t-ieius.
Prof. G. W. Greene, nrincioal of Morav
ian Falls Academy, Wilkes county, has
resigned. He goes to Kaleign as proies
sor of theology in Shaw University.
The rcuorts of correspondents of the
weeklv croo bulletin show Generally very
favorable ertcct of the weather on nearly
all crops during the week ending May
Pmbunr C. W Wnlti-i- who hns heen
giving swimming exhibitions in the surl
near Wilmington, wns drowned recently.
He went into the water without his pat
ent bathing suit.
w . , , It .1 , .1...
iaurinnurg naving K""c uu, nre
liquor dealers are to close up July 1st.
Pending investigations of the charges ol
selling liquor to minors, and on Sunday,
are to be discontinued.
Mnior Finger, State suiierintendent of
public instruction, is perfecting arrange
ments for the teachers' institutes, and
will in lune have eicht well known edu
cators at work conducting them.
Soirited discussion on Sam Jones'
method of evangelical work continues
wherever he has been. Prominent min
isters denounce his manner and style and
others uphold him because of the good
results he secures.
The Meadows Tobacco Company, ol
Oxford, have decided to move their plant
to IJurnnm.nnu run n inconnceiion wiin
the farmers' organization of that county
under the name of the Durham farmers
Alliance Manufacturing Co.
It hns been demonstrated that the
granite of Iredell county is of a quality
not surpassed in the South. A party ol
capitalists from the North have bought
u quurry there and are arranging to do a
great wholesale business in granite.
The urnnd lodue of Odd Fellows in ses
sion nt Raleigh have adopted the recom
mendation ot liraim Master urown to
tiny Grand Sccreturv and Lecturer is. H.
Voodcll a salary of $1,500, so that he
can devote his entire time to the work.
An rxodt-SL r from Pitt county who
went to Arkansas, recently sent hack to
his wife a rrcistcrcd ktlcr. She was
elated. The letter wasreceived and care
fully oeticd. Fifteen cents rolled out.
en cents nuu ocen spent 10 scna nuccu.
Duke's ciunrette fnctory made lust year
832,000.000 cigarettes, and used 3,000,
000 pounds of granulated and cut to
baccos, and 7,400,000 pounds of leaf,
and paid out $775,000 for advertise
ments. This volume will be increased
The University catalogue, which has
just been issued, shows 200 students an
increase of thirteen over Inst year. There
are thirty-three in the law school. Ol
jKisl-grailuatcs there are fourteen. Next
September tne meaicni ana pnnrmaccuu
cal department will be oxncd.
The Tnrboro Southerner snys: Blount
Uncles. Abe and Granville Vines and the
seventy-five colored emigrants who left
this county auring tne winter lor Louis
iana with Dr. Hall, were all drowned
during the late crevasses and inundation
in the low innus oi me mississippi.
The association of the Third North
Carolina infantry met at Wilmington to
celebrate its twcnty-lourtn anniversary.
This is claimed to be thr oldest associa
tion of cx-Confcdcratcs in the country.
it having been organized ten months
after the surrender at Aiomatlox.
The body of an unknown white man
wns found nenr a negro school house at
Moyock, Currituck county. I ne age ol
the man was about mty years, in nis
hat was written "J. Kicnrd Maryland."
Death was due to natural causes. The
body was buried by the citizens of the
It has Iwcn nirrced by the several min
inters of Rcidsville that the Sunday night
services shall begin exactly at fifteen min
utes alter eight. I ins is none, me kcvkw
says, with the hnuc of breaking up, il
Kissiblc. the hulnt of the church-going
puMIIC irom coming 10 cnurvn any wncrc
. , L 1
bet s-ecn eight and nine o clock without
any regard to time.
At a meeting of the citizens of High
Point n committee of five, cmioscd ol
Messrs. W. P. Pickett. W. II. Ragnn, W.
I. Armfirld. 0. 8. Causey, R. F. Dnlton,
and J. Ivlwood Cox, chairman, was ap
pointed to visit Winston-Salem and wmt
on the proper authorities and ascertain
llicir views, propositions, etc., upon tne
southern extension ui inc iiiiiimjkc w
A very Butler, the young white boy in
iail at Clinton for the assassination of
his father, has at last made a full confes
sion, lie says his lather wns very cruel
to him and lo other mcmlicrs of the fain'
ily nnd that a man urged him to put his
miner oui oi inc way. Aceoniingiy me
lad went to a street along which his
fn ther passed and found his evil advisor
alrtndy there. The bitter told young
llutlrr when to snout, nno tne ooy nren
as his father came nenr. It is probable
that Avery s dcoth sentence will be com'
t'non EvanL'clisl Fife's meetings at
Gnstoiiin a corresMindeiitof the Fayette
ville Observer snvs: The sermon fell like
a bomb among the malicious of our
town, and at the close of the services
there was scarcely a tearless eye in the
vast throng. For half nn hour men nnd
women rushed wildly about among the
crowd, seeking their enemies to forgive
and lie forgiven. Old feuds were broken
uu. and strong men who hail been ene
mies for years welded together in the
bonds of that perfect love of Him who
taught us to love our neighbor as our-
We were shown a (luiilntcniivof nCnn
federate Testament, including the Psalms,
which was printed and issued by the Con
feilcrnte States Bible Society, in Augusta
in the year 1 HO J. It is profusely malted
all tliroui. One passage, showing a
particularly heavy mark, is the first verse
of the forty-third Psalm: "Judge me, oh
God. nnd nlcnU my cause against nn un
godly nation; oh deliver me from the de
ceitful and nn) nst man." It Is very evi
dent that the Confederate owner of the
book aonlird this oassage to the peonle
gainst whom he was fighting. The vol
ume is now in possession of Mr. Howard
Haywood, state t-nrouioe.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Fhuadclphla Couega at Paarmaey,
Apothecary, a South Main St.
Thevars S IsseWs,
Iicnktr II m' 11 r ss
S9 Mils St Buffalo, N.Y awl lirtentstkml fMsnOst
roa sals a
J. 8. GRA1HT.
If your prescriptiom are prepared at
Grant's Pharmacy you caapotitirety de
pend upon these facta: First, that only the
purest and best drugs aad chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Prcscriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. You
ill receive the best goods at a very rea
sonable proBt. Don't forget toe place-
Grant's Pharmacy, 2iSouthMaiustrect.
Prescriptions Sited at all hours, eight
or day, and deliveted tret ot 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 quoU
ed by any other drug house 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
We have the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on band.
Use Buncombe Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases Is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a battle and you will take do other.
J. S. CRANT.Pb. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyera will please note
the following great induce
ments this week :
Itlack Mohair Brilliantines
nt HO and 75c, formerly 75c.
Ttlnnb Tatniua Suirirwrci ttfl
'!., IX A. U IllslTV UUIVIIIil. W
and 85c., former price 75c.
IMack tumors Hair and
Ser;o SuitingH at 75c. and
if 1, formerly tfl and f 1.25.
lilack ircncii Henriettas.
0c, 75. and fl, former
iriee (wc, VI and $ 1.2;.
Funcy Mohair Brilliant
ines, 50c. and 75c, former
price 75c. and f 1.
Colored Henriettas at 2oc.
40c, 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challics at 5c, 8c, and 12c.
nwh Dress Fubrics, Lawns
and l'rints nt ic. and up.
French and Domestic sat
ines at popular prices.
Dress Ginghams and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Outing Cloths. Table Lin
ens, white and colored.
White CJoodfl, Nainsooks.
Lawns, India Linens, Ham
burgs. Laces, Undorwear,
Gloves nnd Mitts. Largo
assortment and low prices.
l'arnsols and sunshades.
the most attractive in the
city. Trices lower than else
Just received A new lot of
Black and Cream Lnce Floun
cing and Drapery Nets.
(Something xsew we sou
the only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in the market
made by Hmith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STKBSTs
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