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"THE CITIZEN" i
hbville' Daily Citizen,
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VOLUME VI.NO. 34.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
1 i ,r
A place pfaiiued and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
i . MOUNT AINS
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health-
and beauty of
An elevation of 8,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tasto and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for flue
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Liuille, Mitchell Co., N. C.
FOR GKNTLBMliN JCST IN-I1AND-SOME
LATEST DESIGNS TKETTIHST
SHADES OP SILK.
LADIES' BLOUSES. '
NEW AMP ALL GRADES.
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL.
93 . MAIN ST., ABIIUVILLtt,
it Till k.ac roa
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
p in d '
Wili B. Owrit. w. Wi wot.
GWYII & WEST,
(IKcxMon to Walter B.Owjra)
REFER TO MNK OF ASHEV1U.&
R E AL 1ST ATE.
Lomi Securely Placed at
Commlaaluacr. of Deeds.
Org lCK-oiitle)iit Court qre
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan, n. ereljr placed at per cent.
Office.: 84 A 85 Patton Art. Accond (nor,
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE BROKERS.
PI INMIHANCB Pl.ACKD IN TWKNTY
' OPTHR HT COMI'ANIKS IN
.1 THN WORM),
ACCIOHNT INNIIRANCIt CO., OP
TATH AOHNTS POR THRUHTROITPIRB
.'i ANUBUROLAR PROOF API CO.
' St Pattoa Art., AeaevUte. N. C, , ,
IF THERE IS ANY
I R T U E"
A LU E,S,
O R A N V
A R G A I N S,
B V Y YOUR
GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.,
A. D. COOPER.
North Side Court Houm Bqunrc.
FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER, 20 CTS. PER LB.
Ice Creaiii Freezers, 2. JJ, 4,
0, 8.a nd 10 piart, at piKw
lower than ever. Hnmnioi ks
at 98c., fl.28, fl.48 and
$2.25. Iteuutiful line of Fans.
Ilerry and Kau Dislu-s by
the sett or dozen. Matclies
(large boxes JJ00,) 23cts.
Iter dozn. A now Tot of
Fi-eneh Satines, benntiful
patterns. The prettiest lot
of (linghams nndChambrnys
in town; solids, stripes jmd
plaids. We are daily exjiect-
ing Croquet Setts, 4, 0 and 8
ball; olso the HariKT Fly
Trnps, best made, at 18ers.
each. Wo have a very com
plete stock of goods at prices
that are sure to please?. If
you will take the trouble to
come to nee us before you
buy we shall lm satisfied. We
do not claim to have all the
goods in town, and are not
giving them away, but we
ore selling them (lots of
them) at very low prices.
No chromos, no free gifts,
no avalanches, no cyclones,
no humbug. Everything is
guarantetKl; and as hereto
fore", the Ix'st place in town
to trade is the
(Pornierljr of Lipaa Child I,
Strictly Brokerage BimIuvm
t I 1 . c , .
Loan. Mcnrely placed at orr cent
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
i - - -
- AND COTTACKS.
to nillce Houlh of A.hevlllc, on A. k I, R. H.
Til. hi l
Per Month - (MO 00
Per Week I a 00
Per bar loo
IHnner and Tea Partle. on onedar'inotlce,
Thou. A. Morrla, Prop.,
aprlO dlf ' Arut., N. C,
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN 8TREET, 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
first-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money re
funded. -My goods are pure
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. Ta ylor Amiss is with
me, and will be. pleased to
meet his friends and custom
MONDAY, MAY 26, 1890,
At lO O'clock.
Pour ncrrn riivlilcd Intolnt. .Hunted on the
west .hie 'f Mnin atrret, opHitc Cnptoln
I'npiz'a dwelling. Ih-Iwccu Cherry etrcrt and
ttturnt. avenue, on atn-ct tar line nnd within
three minute.' wnlk of I'ultlic Hqunrv. The
Inriicr part of thU tract la well nhnilcri. I.o
cation moat dcalrnlile, the mljolnlnii property
lirlnn occupied by the Hev. V. ft. p. Ilrrnn,
Cnpt. Mel.oud. M. J. Hcnnlen, V. Rlcltrclcj
Pcnniniun, Hoatcr 8mdlry A.J. Kankln anil
othere of the beat ciliicna of Aahcvlllc.
TI'.RMH IIA8Y One fourth en.h. balnnre
in two nnd three yenra.
I'or further partU-iilnm apply to
V. V. & OICO. H. STAHNE8.
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, Sninllwares &
CarMts, bought with
great care, marked at
short ami reasonable
The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 0 Patton sAve.
I. W. V. Wll.te, Tlllrj. WII.LB.
AltllKVII.I.II, N. C.
onice Unrnanl llulMlng. P. O. H AS.
Plana, Rieclneatlina, lictnlla. &e forevrry
clnaa of liulldlnR at ahurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and ace ua. aprtldnm
' 'jAMKH FRANK,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Aarnt Air Rcem. Creek Woolen Mill.
North Main ' A.hevlllc, N. C
fth tod I y
BUOOIES, CARRIAGES, BLACKSMITHINO.
To thrcltltena of Aahrvllle and rldnrly I
would announce that at my ahnii. on Collrar
alrrct. neat to Woudliury'a atalilra, I am liet
trr ptrpurrd than ever to do work In my line.
Wagon., Iiuitulra and Carrlaiiea manulaet.
il ml. Kepalrlni, and htirae-ahuclnii are aie
clnltiea, and erlect antlaraetlim pnnrnntrrd.
My workmen are eaitriirncctl and aktllfuland
mv eharicee are motlernte
rorJHA . III RNHTTK
And sweedlRh Movement.
' Alan tnatrurtlon In I'hyalral Culture fur
lailir. and children In clnaac. or prtvnte, by
Mlaa Malilc, of New York, at MIHHION IIOR
I'lTAU -lo a. m. 1-3 p. m. Calla or In
qulrlr. by mall anaaercd promptly,
.,v,i , w.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Thk terrors of his lait two trips among
the man eaters of Africa have turned
wen Stunley's moustache snow white.
CoNtiRBftHMAN Bwart, of Asheville, snys
he is opposed to the nattonnl election
law, but adds: "If our caucus decides
to pass it, of course I shall not desert my
RBPKK8KNTAT1VR MORRILL, of Kansas,
fears that this congress will adjourn
without doing justice to the soldier.
Most people have an uneasy feeling that
it will adjourn without doing justice to
Thk United States supreme court has
heard argument on the habeas corpus
case of Kcmmler, the New York murderer,
whose execution bv elccti .city at Auburn
was stopped by writ. The decision wus
reserved until Friday.
Oknbral Joseph E. Johnston, oncof the
surviving heroes of the lost cause, is 8
but as buoyant and as active as a man
of GO, The whole Southern jieople feel a
grant pride in him, and he doesn't turn a
wheel for a lottery either.
Major Pond has made n contract with
Stanley to come to America under his
management after he has finished his
tour of forty-six lectures in England, un
less orders from high quarters should
comicl him to niter his plan.
Explorhr Stan lev has at last fallen a
victim to Cupid's wiles. He is to be
married to a charming young English
girl already known in art circles. Should
she prove a kind, affectionate, loving
wife Stanley will never again take to the
Tiik committee on temiercnce of tl
Methodist Episcopal church conference,
in session at St. Louis, has made a long
report in which they define the position
of the church on the subject of temper
ance us firm for prohibition. The report
I'brhaps it will feed utir national pride
to know that the greutest burglar the
world has known is an American, Wil
liam I'ortcr. Hut wen he got caught at
last, and his native country is to mourn
his absence for many years to come. Mr.
Porter is in n cruel gaol in France.
who is mentioned for John 0. Carlisle's
place in Congress now that the latter
goes to the Senate, is "a fellow of infinite
jest" and a rare story-teller. If he goes
to Congress he will inaugurate a new era
of button-bursting thenc. - In addition to
being a good lawyer he is an excellent
Tiik cyclone and conflagration which
have destroyed the Russian capital of
Western Siberia are as nothing in com
parison with the evetone and conflagra
tion which will sweep Czarism out of ex
istence before this generation passes
away. And these hitter will have their
origin largely in Siberia, too. New York
Tiikrb is a generous sprinkling of Mc-
Callas in the Nnvy, the majority of them
mode to by thoughtlessness and bad
precedents, as was McCalla himself. The
findings and sentence of the court will
exert a wholesome influence by bringing
them to a renliintion of their failings nnd
the danger thut lurks in giving n loose
rein to their passions.
Tiik committee on church boundaries
of the Methodist General conlereiicc nt
St. Louis have recommended a division
of the North Carolina conference so as to
moke the boundary the eastern lines of
Kockiughnm, Guilford and Randolph
counties, thence south to Tee Dec river.
The North Carolina conference will in
clude all the territory in the State east of
A lilt.1. has been under discussion in the
senate granting to the several States
I lie power to regulate or prohibit the
sale of intoxicating liquors. It is to be
unshed through, to the exclusion of
everything else. The bill is designed to
meet the emergency in Iowu, caused by
the recent decision In the supreme court,
restraining that State from interfering
with the sale of liquor "in original pack'
A pikm of contractors in Pittsburg,
who have dismissed till their Italian la
borers nnd arc filling the vacancies with
negroes, give this reason for the change
"We have become very much dissatisfied
with Italian labor. The Italian' it too
small, ami he docs not eat enough of the
kind of food to give him strength to do
the work required. It Is Impossible to
make him understand anything and he
is always getting into fights nnd causing
trouble, lie is entirely too handy with
the use of the stiletto"
Tiik house architecture of to-day Is
like too ninny other things of the time
cheap nnd showy. The dwelling the per
suasive house agents seek to palm off on
the Innocent householder of small means
has a lower, buy windows, ginger bread
chimneys nnd curlycue walls, but no cel.
lar. Just the most lmKrtnnt part, next
to a good kitchen, the plain, convenient,
old fashioned cellar, with solid stone
walls, keeping the house cool in summer
and wuriu in winter, is left off. It costs
too much, So, when you buy a house.
be snre that it has a tower, a galvanised
painted sheet iron affair, like a tin pan
turned bottom upwards. Oh, yes I Let
the cellar go, but do nut omit the tower
or the cast iron monkeys around the
J. A BRANNER DEAD.
A Well Known CltUen -The Fun
erstl This) Rvenlnir.
Mr. Joseph A. Branner, a well known
citizen of Asheville; died at his home on
the College campus nt 7.25 Inst night.
Mr. Branner has been sick for the last
three years and for several months has
been confined to his bed. His death was
caused by a complication of diseases. He
leaves a widow and two children, Mrs.
R. D. Gilmer, of Waynesvillc, and Mrs.
The deceased was 56 years old and
came to Asheville from his former home
in Tennessee in 1870. His coming to
Asheville was for the purpose of reviving
the Asheville Pemule college, which at
that time liad begun to decline. The
success of his undertaking is uttested by
the present condition of that institution.
He remained with the College in the ca
pacity of business manager until two
years ago, when it was leased to the
present management. Mr. Branner has
always been prominent in educationul
matters. Fifteen years ago he estab
Halted the Branner Female Institute at
Mossy Creek, Tennessee. The deceased
was a member of the First Methodist
The funeral will lie held in the parlors
of the College at six o'clock this evening
and the interment will be at Riverside.
All friends of the deceased arc invited.
These are Becoming Ivpldemlc.
T. W. Stewart, a street car conductor,
and Keub Garland had a collision on
Court Place to-day. Stewart says that
Garlnnd, who lives in Mitchell county,
nnd who staid last night nt his home,
this morning after Stewart hnd gone used
some offensive language to Stewart's
wife. Stewart heard of this, and at
tacked Garland on the street about 1.40
p. m marking his face badly with his
fist. The hearing of the case enmc before
Mayor BInnton this afternoon.
Shortly after being dismissed from the
justice's court Yesterday afternoon, Hob
Cole bad another difficulty with T. T.
Patton. Mr. N. T. Chambers nlso fig
ured in this cotillion. The unpleasant
ness occurred on South Main street. The
offenders were taken lx-fore Mayor BInn
ton. Cole and Patton were bound over
to the Criminal Court in bonds of $50
each and Chambers was fined $5 nnd 50
A number of employers met lust night
to organize themselves so ns to more
effectually confer with workmen on labor
questions. Mr. J. A. Tennent was made
temporary chairman and E. W. Mnrx
temporary secretary. A committee wns
appointed to prepare bylaws nnd to per
fect the organization. The object is not
to contest with workmen on disputed
points, but to arrange for an amicable
adjustment, satisfactory to all concerned
of any differences that may arise.
The next meeting will be called by the
chairman, when the bylaws arc ready
The Citizen inclines to think that many
who take up Mr. Tilman R. Guincs'snew
venture will be agreeably surprised to
find in it so handsome and intellectually
creditable a magazine wholly the product
of Asheville writers. The table of con
tents is varied, the subjects well handled
and generally of especial interest here,
while tvKigrapically the new magazine
is admirably adapted to the classof mut
ter it contains. Mr. Gaines's work must
be largely a labor of love, but The Lyce
um deserves, and will probably have, n
Coiifcnncd to a Then.
Waddy Ward, a colored youth, was
committed to jail this morning for larce
ny. About two wrcks ago he was given
n package of silk, valued at $'J, by II.
Redwood & Co., to deliver to a customer.
The package did not reach its destina.
tion. When arrested Ward said he had
tuken the package to his mother ut Green
ville, 8. C. A telegram wns sent testing
this statement, and justice Israel sent the
hoy to jail to wait answer.
Real Kalatc Traiinfcrn.
T. C. Stnrncs nnd wife to M. E.
Stornes, lot 71x11 on Mulber
ry street $ 700
W. T. Weaver and wife to August
Weber, lot 1(10x1(15 with house
corner of Woudfin and Spruce
las. Sludcr nnd wife to H. M. Kat-
cliff, 2U acres in this county...'.... 333
A. Hlnckwell to II. Scott, lot 50x
AO near Pine street 75
J. B. Hostic nnd wife to J. M.
Campbell, lot 75x150 in Shelby
C.W.Henlennd wife to Sam '1 Hill,
1 acre in this county
TO Employer of Military Men,
To the Editor: We hone every busi
nrss man in Asheville who has nn Ashe
ville militnry man employed will cheer
fully let him off to attend the unveiling of
lire's monument. This trip is not one of
pleasure hut a duty tlicy owe to tncir
country to niicuo tins ceremony, niiu to
show our niuirecintion of our srnnd nnd
noble R. 15. Ic. And wc hope that ev
ery merchant and business man will give
their employees leave to nttend. Why
not encourage our soldier boys nnd let
them take forty strong to show what old
Buncombe can tlo f L.
To be nto-Dlvlded.
Gwyn & West have sold for A. Schiff,
the old Lyman property on Haywood
street, to n local syndicate, comiosed of
M. E. Carter, C. T. Rnwls, N. W. Gird
wood and Joseph Ilncfeli. There are two
acres or land and a Inrge dwelling. The
price was $10,500, und Gwyn & West
will sub-divide the property for the pur
chasers and sell it in lots.
l)niiMMiihiV m.ui.l.ul Imlal Baa.lOia aMaaMa'iiailt' itHaai
NORTH CAROLINA NOTgS.
Senator Vance wns at Chnrlotte to at
tend the Mecklenburg celebration.
The Governor will return to Rnleigh
from Charlotte next Friday probably.
An nttcmpt will be made to have a
grape show at Raleigh in July or August.
A gentleman in Durham recently had a
fine specimen of copper, found in Durham
Work has been begun on a telegraph
line from Boone to Blowing kock, Wa
A contract has lieen made forthe grad
ing by convicts of 33 miles of railway in
Daniel Fink died at the age of 87 years
at his home in Rowan county lust Mon
day, of paralysis.
Fish in the Cnpc Fcnr river are re
ported to lie dying in great numbers from
some unknown cause.
The biirL'cst thinir for Mt. Airy in many
a day is the $10,000 block of bricks to
be erected at once by Mr. R. R. Gullaway.
It is nrobnblc that announcement will
soon be mnde of the opening of the Bap
tist lemnlc college at Kaleigli in beptem-
B. R. Moore, of New Hanover, will lie
the opponent of Indue Hoykin fur the
judicial nomination in the Cape Fear
The father of Sidney Lanier, the great
Southern poet, wus a resident of Rock
ingham uiiil conducted a farm upon
Jacob's creek fir many years.
A statistician snvs that the pensioning
scheme, as it. opera ten to-day, costs the
Southern farmers, every year, one of each
ten bales ol cotton they produce.
There are now 1 iOconvictson the Mur
phy branch of the Western North Caro
lina railway and it will probably be com
pleted during tne coming i ictoucr.
The locusts have made their npiicar-
unce. Mr. S. H. Ware says he beard
them Sunday. It has been about ten
years since they were here last. Rcids-
t. f.. ,.( i:.,i i.-, ,n.
lli JVHV ..I .... . ..,I0, .11"
Tiipufnv iiifr'tt nt Madison, nied 00
years. He was a light and ornament to
Christianity, being a leading member ol
the I'resbvtcnim ciiurcii.
The supreme court of the State has
filed nn opinion in the case of Buyer vs.
Te.iL'iie involving the sheriffalty of For
syth county. TIk judgment of the lower
court is n In rnicd. This decision is in
favor of Hover, who is a democrat.
William Warren, a studentof the North
Carolina college, at Mt. Pleasant, com
mitted suicide bv drinking two small
bottles of laudanum. No cause can be
iKsiuned. He wns regarded as n good
boy, but wus melancholy and morose at
A Gnensboro Workman reporter, while
d people, was told ol a Mrs. Fox, who
could jump into a wagon and drive off in
n trot standing up, und preserve her bal
ance ns well as any young mail could do.
Ana Mrs. rox is uo years oiu, or ciusc
The Charlotte Chronicle savs that Rich
ard Saddler died recently at his home near
Kock Hill. He was about bo yenra ot
uge, and was sick only a few days. Mr.
Saddler was a btother of the late James
A. Saddler, who lived in t-harloilc, and
nn uncle of O. M. Snddler, of the South
ern Express Company.
Purine the oust week the citizens of
Wndcsboro have been waited upon by
George W. Huntley for the purpose of
securing their subscriptions to the capi
tal stock of a cotton factory, which it is
proposed to build in Wndcsboro. Mr.
Huntley already lias subscriptions
amounting to ubout $50,000.
The Wilminnton Messenger l ominntes
Kcv. Dr. E. A. Votes, pastor of Trinity
M. E. church. Durham, to succeed Ur.
Mnngum to the chair in the University
marie vacant oy tne nentn oi tne inner.
II a human is orcrcrred the Messenger
suggests Prof. A. W. Long of Wofford
College, S. C.
Sheriff Williams, of Mississippi, has
been naid the $2(10 reward offered lor the
capture of A. H. Adams, accessory to the
murilcroi josuua v.ox. a man namro
Newton concerned in the same crime is
still in Mississippi, nnd Sheriff Williams
... W .. . ,.: .L.
will use every euuri to ucuvcr mm i.u ioc
uulhorilics of Hcnufort county.
Four young men from Prestonville,
Stokes county, were nt Winston Monday
in search ot Ihos. Hickman, col., and a
vounu white Kirl, the daughter ol Mr,
Kiitus Simpson, of that neighborhood.
Hickman, who issaid to be neatly white,
und the girl hit there Sunday. The
reason lor the girl s running away witn
him is a mystery as thcSitnpson family
are highly esteemed.
Political: The Rutherford thinner ad
vocates M. 11. Justice, Esq., forjudge to
succeed ludge Shipp. The friends of
Cunt. I l). Mclvcr will present his name
to the DcmocrnticJudicml convention of
the Seventh district for udgc to succeed
Indue McKnc. Messrs. I. I. Vann. of
Monroe, nun fti. 11. justice, oi ruuuer-
fordton, will both lie can did ales ngnmst
Indue Sliinn. . A. Hoke, I .(!.. of l.in
colnton, is also spoken of in the same
The one hundred and fifteenth nnniver
snry of the Mecklenburg Declaration of
Independence wns cciciirnteii nt Liinr
lottc Tuesdii v. Senator Vance, the ora
tor of the day, snid in his speech that
every aggressive class seeking redress
should be careful not to let redress be
turned into revenge. Governor Fowle
mid State Auditor Minilcrlin also spoke.
The finest trades display iinrmlc ever
seen in the city was made liy the local
merchants, assisted by four military
companies nnd nine fire companies.
There were four entries for the military
prize drill. The Wilmington company
won first prise of $200, Charlotte second,
$100, und Monroe mini.
The following official report made by
Warden Hicks, of the penitentiary, shows
the disposition of all the convicts: Under
laws passed by the last legislature there
are but lew conviclsat work onrnilronds
under legislative contracts, The Western
North Carolina railroad has 200 at $1 26
per year; the Roanoke and Southern 105
at $iao to $iuo per year, ana inc urcv
stone Granite nnd Construction com
pany, 67 at $150 per year. The re
mainder nrc working on State account
on farms and railroads. On the Roanoke
farm, 200 j on the North Carolina Mid'
hind rnilrond. 127: on the Mt. Airy rail
road, 307. and at the penitentiary, 206,
All forces working on Slnte account on
railroads are hired and paid for by the
day or by the cubic yard, at in the case
ol any regular contract work.
I On -laaaiaAiaillaWl laaitiiiallaia
J. S. GRANT. Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 South Main St.
Thv sr. s SpmHIo.
te.ul.la. a .p!, kn.
I al hf aku r ar
SS Main St, Buffalo, N .V asd lutanutioul BMitra, Oat
FOB SALS ST
J. 8. GRANT. ,
If your prescription! art prepared at
Grant's Pharmacy you can positively de
pend upon these factt: First, that only tht
purest and best drugs and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be compound
ed carefully and accurately by an expert'
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not Ije charged an exorbitant price. You
will receive the beat goods at a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, 24-SouthMainstreet,
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deliveied free 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 house in the chy.
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 acc
essor, to meet the price of any competi
We have the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A Kill supply
of bis goods always on hand.
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 bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRAST.Ph. G., Pharmacist,
2 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyei'H will please note
the following great induce
ments this week :
Blnck Mohair Brilliantines
at 50 and 75c, formerly 75c.
Ttln1- Timiiun finifinm f.fl
.fill Auiuinu UUlUllDt W
and 85c, former price 75c.
Black Camel s Hair and
Sorgo SnitingH at 75c. and
f 1, formerly $1 and $1.25.
lilack French Henriettas,
50c, 75c. nnd 4fl, former
price due, $1 and $ 1.25.
ianey Mohair lirnliant-
ines, 500. and 75c, former
price 75c and $1.
Colored Henriettas at 25c.
40c, 50c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
ChallicH at 5c, 8c, and 12c.
VV ash Divhb Fa brics, Lawns
and Prints at lc and up.
1 renen and Domestic oat
inos at popular prices.
Dress Ginghams and Seer
suckers, large variety.
Outing Cloths, Table Lin
ens, white and colored.
White Goods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, Ham
burgs, Laces, Underwear,
Uloves and Mitts. Large
assortment and low prices. ,
Parasols and Sunshades,
the most attractive in the
city. Prices lower than else
where. Just received A new lot of
Black and Cream La co Floun
cing nnd Drapery Net.
(Something New We sell
the only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery iu the market
made by Kmith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dye, crock or turn green, or
money refunded. -..
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