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Asheville Daily Citizen
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LUME VI. NO. 49.
ASHEVILLE, NC., MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1890.
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place planned and devel-
; Situated in the
I WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
LA. region noted for health
s' - ,
ness and beauty, of
,: Anl-levation of 3,800 feet,
I with cool
r Invigorating Climate
) It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
y graded roads and extensive
1 FOREST PARKS.
" A desirable place for fine
JV HEATHFVL HOMES.
" A good opportunity for
' profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Unvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
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COOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches
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GVYII 6 WEST,
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REFER TO IAIHI OF MHEYIUK.
Loam Scrclv maccd at
Comattsaioaers of Deed.
orriCK !) Conrl Omars,
Rcl Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loan araly placed at per arat.
OiRcsst Pattoa Are. Second door.
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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ROKERt
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OF THS HUNT COMPANIHS IN
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atoonta .ft 10, McAfea Black
BTBJB.Y DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Haabeea withdrawn after a m eMcessfol
ran, and we now prcaent our matchless
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP
DOOM OPEN AT 6 'A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
1 nfi rSf flifl hnst, rriiie8 for
making Ice Creams, Sherbets,
WfltPi Ipi. nnd CuHtnrds.
given away with each Freezer
A liirr lot, of Straw Hats
or Men. lJoys and Ulnmivn
A iwv lot, of Soft Crush
Tats in Brown. Blue and
Black at the
Croauet Setts and Ham
mocks, all prices, at the
'Tim It Ai'KKT."
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L1A .. .1 T nHwc TTnll T nwlrtu
Ikn.1,,1, T umnti ATtnlir. nnn
Kitchen Lamns. Wicks. Chim
neys nnd Burners, lower than
unyuot y, anno
Press Buckli'H, Ribbons,
Xwk Wear. Co nrs. Cuffs,
?(ltH nnd the larirest line ol
Flouncings in town at the
A now linoof G merlin ins and
Clmmbrnvs in Solids. Mi ines,
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r uids and side uancis tx
It is un istablished fact
thnt no nlnoe in town con
tuiiiH n better assorted stock
of goods sold at as low prices
We do not make a spwial
t.v of nnvtliinir (unless it le
of low prices) but we do take
considerable pridoin the ex
tent of our Slioo business
Iveeiiinir all kinds and selling
them cheaper than anybody
e ln muHt be the secnt of it.
Do not hi tend a nickel for
anything until you have vis
I. W. V. WILL.
ABHbVILLU, N. C.
om Harnard lltilldlaa. P. O, .. fltt.
Plaaa, Kiei4llralln, Iwlalle, c, (urevery
clae. of balMln at ehort aotlce.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIONS A SPECIALTY.
Cad and am a. apMBdilm
F. A. GRACE.
Will KihiIi in
Encauatlo or Oil
DKCOR ATITB COM POaiTION,
AddmM M WOODWARD AVB., DHrolt,
iV. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH SAIN 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
first-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money ro
unded. My godds are pure
and fresh and my prices as
ow 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
We aro showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Smallwares &
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 & 9 Patton Ave.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
Accommodations the very beat this moun.
tain country can afford. Terns reasonable
as possible to make them. Billiards, pool,
bowling alley, ball room, music, etc.
F. A. MILES, M. D.
(Formerly of Lyman A Child I,
Strictly a Brokerasrc Business
Loan, securely placed at 8 per cent.
THE MOST PRACTICAL OF ALL SYSTEMS.
tH,rln the summer months In the lecture
hall of the V. M. C. A. Class In two illrls.
Ions. Plrsl division, 0 to 13 a. m. Krcond
dleudoa. to B p. tn. Lessons dally except
a.rrit. Tuition, lis per monin in an
ranee. Apply during- the prrarnt week at
City Library from 8 to p. oi. to
MIHH NINA OMIIIO.
uu nu,ka u lariv a the first character
and aa aaa.ually aurccssnil uncner.
P. I', CLAXTON,
jnnredtw Biipt. City rk-hool.,
ARDEN PARK HOTEL
10 miles South of Ashevllle, on A, A . K. R
burner and Tea Parties on onertay'sntitl,
Tboa. A. Morris, Prop.,
Ardea, N. C.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Ciiauncbv Depbw Is reported as aeri-
usly ill at Chicago. It is to he hoped
that .the reports are exaggerated for
America can illy bear the loss ol 10 pop
ular, pleasant and learned a man as
What about Asbeville's park. It is
certainly time something should be done.
A committee was appointed some time
ago to look into it and a long time ago
they stated their readiness to report.
Since then they have not been heard
A vovno woman, Miss Phillippa Taw
cett, has carried off the highest' honors
at the June commencement the Cam
bridge University. . She ja Lnt US -years
old. This must have a tendency to make
some of the male contestants in En
gland's famous university, very, very
Tub despatches this morning are
weighted down with the startling intelli
gence that the Duke and Duchess of Con-
naught have caught three fish in Mon
treal, Now that the world has received
this choice bit of news it will probably
An admirer of Mrs. Harrison has given
her a house at Cape May. Last summer
she spent the season there and had a
pleasant time and this year when it was
learned that she was going there again
somebody presented her with a house
and lot through Postmaster General
Wonamaker. It is not a bad sort ol
thing to be the wife of a President.
Ji'ikjb Emory Spkbr, of the United
States circuit court in Georgia, has ren
dered an elaborate opinion declaring not
only the right of a State to prohibit mixed
marriages within its own limits, but goes
so far as to say thnt the State can pre
vent such marringe of its citizens in any
The Asheville Electric Street Rnilwny
will extend its line to Baltimore in the
near future, which will be a ereat conve-
vience to the residents ol that suDuro.
Charlotte News & Courier.
Not quite so far us that will it run, al
though we will admit that the people ol
Baltimore would be highly pleased to be
connected with Asheville by a street rail
Jambs Flack, late Sheriff of New York
county, who was recently found guilty ol
conspiracy in securing a divorce from his
wife, has been granted a stay of proceed
ings, p nding an appeal to the highest
New York state court, and did not enter
upon his term of imprisonment to-dav-
Bail will be granted both father and son
for their appearance before the appellate
Judjaon Colics:) Commencement.
IlKNOKKSON VILLB, N. C, June 0, 1 HIM).
Editor Citizen: On last night the conv
menccmciit exercises of Juilson College
closed. There was a large attendance.
Besides the citizens of the place, there
were manv from a distance.
The opening nignt, I ucsuny, was ocvo-
ted to the little ones of the primary uc-
nnrtment. an annex to tlie institution.
The members of this department per
formed their parts well. The cantata,
.School festival," wus exceedingly wen
On Wednesday night the college classes
had their representatives on the stage,
The young ladies and young gentlemen
went through with their parts with
credit to themselves and to their Alma
Mater. Some ol these boys, will in the
near future, be heard from here in their
At 11 a.m., Wednesday. Rev. deorgr
Wharton preuched an eurnrst discourse
to the students in the Baptist church.
On Thursdny at 1 1 a. ni., the annual ad
dress wus delivered by Kcv.J.J. nan, oi
Kalciuh, N. t-. His theme was: "iiu-
Scholar a Debtor to the World." Very
manv excellent judges pronounced it the
best address they hud ever hcnril, and your
cot respondent endorses tlair xliitcincm
most heartily, it was wonucriui anil
tronu in matter and in ninnner,
At 12 m., the president ol the hoard ol
dircctots read from the proceedings ol
the board a resolution commending tin
rear's work of the president and Incnlty
The degree of D. D. was conferred on Kcv
hursdav night brought out the mimic
be music class tn tun torce ana m
mony. n hndkrhonvillk
Real Kalalo Transfers.
W.M.Cocke, jr., and wife to J.
A. Porter and K. f. walker, .
ama on French Broad sveuue.
Ann and Roberts streets $8,630
R. C. Lono- to W. T. Reynolds, a
lots near Merrimon avenue 410
A. F. Eller and wife to L. B. Mackey
and wife. SUM acres tn 1'lnt
Creek township 600
r n. Htntt ton to Geo. L. Hocknev.
Int near Old Deoot 11 S
Julius Ragsville and wife to W. J.
.inniur.oH acre un aiuucuiv
street . 8.000
J. M. Campbell and wile to A.
Weoer, one nau ncre on oin
street and strip 30 feet wide ad-
Long to A. Wclier, two lots
near Merrimon n venue
W. O. Wollc and wife to Geo. II.
Rlumra. lot .ri114 on KlirUCC
C. M. Hamilton to I). I). Adams,
lot Hxl 43 on lefferson Drive 80
K. L. l'itxpntrk'k and wil'etojns.
M Oamtiliell. lot 70x270 on Or
ange street 2,100
W. T. Weaver anil wile to T. I',
Hamilton, lot 81x212 on liny
wood street 2,000
. M. Stevens nnd wile to J. W,
Chtpp, 57V. acres in Leicester
Bank Cashier's Sudden Death.
Special to The Citizen.
Knuxvillk, June 8. 8nm House, cash
ier of the State National bank, died sud
denly this morning of a congestive chill.
The funeral will be held to-morrow
afternoon. He leaves a large futnily and
was one of the best known men in the
city, having formerly bees cashier of the
Mechanics' bank for twelve peart,
BANK WRECKER PELL.
HE RECEIVES HIS SENTENCE
ALDERMAN O'NEILL'S FINE RE
Engcne Cowls Dying at Montreal
Mews of the World For
special to The Cltlien.
Nbw York, June 9. Pell, the wrecker
of the sixth National bank of this city
was brought into court and sentenced to
seven years and six months in the peni
tentiary. End of a Bitter Fight.
Special to The Cltisen.
Chicago, June 0. After perhaps the
most bitter railroad fight of years, in
which financial interests were completely
sacrificed, the end has at last come. To
day in accordance with the agreement of
the presidents of all western roads, pas
senger and freight rates to and from Chi
cago and Missouri river points were re
stored. Instead of $1 to Kansas City and
St. Louis the rate is now $12 and $0.50
The Wounded Man Dying.
Special to the Cltlien.
Montreal, June 9. Eugene Cowls,
who was shot by his brother-in-law, was
dying at noon to-day. The affair has
caused something of a sensation here.
The shooting occurred yesterday on
St. Cnthrine street and was witnessed
by thousands of persons. The wounded
man was shot in a cnb in which his wife
was sitting. Cowles cmne here from
Back to Their Alma Mater.
Special to Thb Citizen.
Nrw York. lune 9. A tram load ol
Princeton graduates left to-day for
Princeton, where class day exercises are
in progress this afternoon. The Colum
bia College graduating class is also cel
ebrating its class day to-day. At Prince
ton ths New Yorkers will remnin to-morrow,
when the memorial tablet of Pro
fessor Arnold Gugot will be dedicated.
Dow and Cook to Speak.
Special to Tna Citizrm.
New York, June 9. The executive
committee having in charge the prepara
tions for the National Temperance con'
gress which begins here Wednesday, met
to-day and decided to request General
Meal Dow and Joseph Cook to be the
speakers on the first evening.
A Long Ride.
uneclal to The Citizen.
Chicago, June 9. At 0 o'clock this
morning Charles Nelson, the great bicy
clist made the start from club headquar
ters' for New York. He expects to cover
the distance between the two cities in
Their Annual Banquet.
Special to Ths Citizkn.
New York, June 0. This evening the
society of war veterans of New York rcg.
iments will give their annual banquet.
General Sherman will be the guest of
Hearing; the Arguments.
SDedal to The Cltisen.
Chicago, June . Judge Baker is to
day hearing the arguments in the elec
tion fraud cases. udge Longenecker is
arraigning the men.
His Fine Remitted.
Soerlal to Tna CtTizsa.
Nkw York, June 9. The fine nfO'Neill,
one of the boodle aldermen, was remitted
to-duy. His term expires this week.
TWO SECRET SOCIETIES
The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Mn
sons of North Carolina will meet here to
morrow and remain in session for two
days. Thursday morning the lirnnd
Commandery of Knights Templar will be
gin a two days session und for this week
Asheville will have the honor or enter
tnining the chief officials of two of the
most prominent secret societies in the
state. Cyrene Commnndry No, 5 nnd
Asheville Chapter will lunch the Grand
Chapter at the temple on to-morrow
evening, and Wednesdny afternoon a col
lation will be spread on ucnuinont in
honor of the guests, Hull's cornet band
will be in attendance. The Grand Com
mandery will lie tendered an excursion to
White fulphur Springs nt 11 o'clock on
Thursday nnd a trout dinner at Bnlstim.
Among the prominent men who will be
in attendance will lc Prnncis M. Moyc
of Moycton, Deputy High Priest ol the
Grand Chapter, Eugene Martin of Wit
tnlngton, Grand King, and I). W, lluin of
Rnlriuh. Grand Secrctniy.
The commnndry will be represented by
such men as W. W. Allen, Deputy Grand
Commander, of Greensboro, and James
Southgnte, of Durlium, Grand Geuernlis-
Mr. F. Stikclcnther had n visit from
burglar enrly yesterday morning, but he
was seared away before he had time to
The annual musienle of the senior class
takes place at the Asheville Fcmnle Col.
aaved from a HlnklnK schooner
Ft. Monroe, Va., June 8. The revenue
cutter Crnwlord arrived this morning,
with A. G. Harrison, R. Hunk, and
II. milium, rescued from the sloop Cyg
net, of Hnllimore, oil Smith's Point nt
midnight of the 7th, which was in a
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Greensboro is threatened with a prohi
C. C. Daniels, of the Wilson Advance,
is also attorney for the town.
Mr. David Plonk, of Gnstnn county,
cluims to have read the Bible 104 times.
The Raleigh Knights of Pythias will
soon visit their brother knights at Dur-
The Methodist pnrsonnge at Clinton
was sold nt auction the other day and
The contract for a lnrgecotton factory
at Monroe has been let. Work will be
begun at once.
The Statcsville Landmark is certainly
one of the best weekly papers on The
Citizen's exchange list.
Last vear Mr. I). O. Butts realized
$227 from his peach crop ut Toisnot.
This year it is a failure.
Geo. F. Davidson, of Old Fort, is now
said to be the oldest living graduate of
the State University. He received his
sheepskin iu 1823.
A cloud burst occurred nt Washington, I
Beaufort county, nnd rain fell to a depth I
of 4.43 inches. Hail and high wind
companied the squall.
Hnrrv Skinner, of Greenville, is freely I
mentioned us successor to Judge Whita-1
ker ns chairman of the State executive I
committee of the democratic party.
Many points are trying after the Wes
tern North Carolina conference s next
session. Concord, Asnevuie ana Salis
bury are the most important candidates.
Twin Citv Daily.
A Dronosition to issue $20,000 worth
of bonds is now being considered by the
business men of Monroe, and were it sub
mitted to a vote the indications are that
it would pass by a large majority.
The house ol a colored mnn nenr Wil
liamson was struck by lightning and
burned. In the house were hve negroes.
Two ran out and escniied. The others, a
the burning building.
In the United States circuit court at I
Knleigh the grand jury found three truel
bills against W. H. Robinson, of Warren
countv. for usinu the mails for fraudu
lent purposes, tie advertisedextcnsively
what he called "C money," ten dollars
for one dollar, and made many victims.
The evidence against him is clear.
Col. Dillard has a remarkable dog. He
pnvs no uttention to the ringing of Bnp-
tist, Episcopal or Presbyterian bells,
neither does he notice the high school
bell : but at the first tap of the Methodist
church bell he apiiears to imbibe a devo-1
ville liazette. I
ti... t t ,.w .vi.wiv fc.
reputation to sustain for it perpetrates I
f..n : . a it. i, n ci. :H I
II1C IUUUWII1U i BHUW. Ill I
Greenwood township, this county.
wild partridge lavs an teg each day in a
hen's nest, near the house. The hen eggs
and the putridge eggs are taken out reg
ularly, which refutes the theory, that if a
iiartndge nest is toucnea, sne will ucsist
rom using it.
Rev. Mr. Richardson, the Baptist pas
tor at Matthews, had a very singular ac
cident. He was walking along trimming
his finger nails with his kntle, when be
stumbled and fell. He fell on the knife
and a severe wound in his side was in
flicted. The sharp blade of the knife
struck a rib, and but for this the physi
cian who attended Mr. Richardson says
that the injury might have been serious.
Inlnrmntion has reached Charlotte of
a difficulty nnd probable duel between 1
Colonel George W. Croft and Mr. P. A.I
Emnnucll, of the Aiken bar.
hna been acting: as the Icunl represents'
tive of Treasurer J. E, Murray, of that
counzy, u vr.in....... -, ....
by Mr. rimanueii in regnra to me case
led to an altercation, ine aincrencca i
were renewed and although efforts were I
made to effect a settlement theyfniled.
nA if im Vu.tii-vH n duel hna been ar. I
In the United States court at Roleich
the grnndjurv returned three true bill
P.... I1T ti l. f U'n.
against W. if. Robinson, of Areola, War-1
ren county, for using the mails lor fraud-
ulent purposes. Robinson and his
iiroinernovCTiisea im,i .,.r . ... iur-
rency they would seml$IOin L money.
These sharks caught many fish, and let-
lets iHiiired ill Hn incin. I uey eujoyea I IiriCU U.)C., I IM1U
the latncss of the Innd lorn time, but at FailPV Mohair Brilliani
last the detectives "pinched" them. The . J1"? i ?r " " iC
C" money wns "Confederate," nnd not
The weekly wenther crop bulletin of
the North Carolina cxicrimciit station
nnd Stntc weather service for the week
ending the seventh says the rcxirts ol
correstondcnts show thnt the weather
has been quite warm and dry during the
qunc warm .nu iirr uuiiiik h
The maximum temperature
week. The maximum
reached 90 degrees on several days at
many places and 02 at Raleigh. The
amount of sunshine was nliove the aver-
on. although very dry. The excessive
riiin of the urecedinir week nrc vented
. I I! I. a. A
nnv mnteriul diuunffe fcinff done except
iruing cc ,,reTv..v
perhaiM in the extreme northeastern part
of the State. Where ram is csiecially
. . r .1
needed copious snowers ieu nuay.
The Wilmington Review tells or the
reilieament a neirro uot himself into a
rw mirliti niro in niLcmniinu 10 nn inc
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store of Mr. John E. Henry. Iii i fJ
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the flue narrowed and he stuck fast ut -
terly unable to move in any direction.
tin reniizmg .-(.. ""
for help. Mr. Henry nennl Miseries ana
went to the store. . He wns at lirst una-
into the fire place. He procured assis-
tnnce and the thief wus drawn tip to the
lop oi ine nuusc uj nicniia wi w I ,
1 ,l hi. ami. nnd nluillt Ili.lWllCre.
waist, and Km to jnii.
A corresiMindeiit from Scntlai.d Neck
ntes to the Kicninonii iiispiueii aa ioi
tm..i. i .-;....i i. ,L. nf
this district bns hnd its effect. iTieDem-
ncrntic enumerators appointed by the
Snpervisnr of the Census have had' their
commissions taken from them. Dr. j. a.
Hull, ol this town, wns one of the ap-
lmiteeshe. and Monday sis Dir
Slon WHS lUKen inim mm nnu giTcn w
neirro. emit. i. m. Grizzard was ap-
pointed In llnlifax, and hnd worked two
i lavs on the enumeration, ana nieu nis
commission wns token from him. Your
corresMndcnt lenms that thisiscummon
in many piaees in wns innLTn-., oifiuv w ,
the negro npitoinires nave canca oni iur
They say thnt they do not
help already. 1 iiey say tnni tney ao not
understand the complications of thebusi
ness. from ine prei
resent outlook ths cen-
irt from this district will be any
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Main St.
Taw srs s IsssMls.
r ak S
55 Msin St, Buffalo, N.Y tad Istasstkasl nafs.Oet
2 OB SALS ST
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prcxriptiona are prepared at
Grant' Pharmacy you can poeitirtly de
pend upon these facta: First, that only the
purest and best drags and chemicals will
be used: eeoad, they will be compound-
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ac-eaced Fracrtptionat; ndUunl,jouwiu
not be eAarred as txorbitmnt price, Yom
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sonable profit. Don't forget the place
I Grmnt't Pharmacy, 24 South Main etttet.
PrescriptioaM Sited at all soars, Bight
or day, and dcliveted tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be anewered promptly. Craat'a Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Craat'a Pharmacy you caa buy any
Patent Medicine at the hweet price quoU
ed by any other drug houee in the city.
We are determined to tell at low aa the
towctt, even if we bare to hee money by
no doing. We will tell all Patent Medi-
cine at first cost, and below that if ncc-
.fc.i- .- ,,i.
est4U7 to mcet thepneeofany compete
We bare the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins In Asberille. Orer 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey'
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of his goods always on hand.
Vle Buncombe Urer Pills, the best in
tae lor uver compiatats, images-
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases Is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asberille, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Clone buyers will please note
t.ll0 follOWilUX CTeat indtlCO
ments this week :
Block Mohair Brilliantinea
. . emoT.l VK
iuu .tj uuu . w., iuiukiij sw.
Mad; Taillise Suitings. 60
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and 85c, former price 75c.
land $ 1.
Illnlr f!n.mnl'n TTnir nrtH
cjo-.ro Kiiirinma nt 7o nnr
reCe feUltlllOT at I OC. MO
I SI, lOrmerlV f 1 and f 1.2 O.
mocK i rencn Henriettas,
I . t1
.C find SI. former
ui'-p, "'u. uini iuv,, iui iuvi
price 75c. and f 1.
Uoiomi iienriet tnsat aoc,
40c. 50c. and 75c. worth
Domestic and Imported
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ItlialllCS at UC. OC. and lJfiC.
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VarmoU and Sunshades.
tllO most attractive in the
cjty lr'lK lower than else-
J ust received A new lot of
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iSomething New We sell
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Black Hosiery in the market
made HV ftniltn & Angell
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dreii. also lor Men and itoys.
fhev are (TUaranteed not tO
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