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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN,
! FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, $
Asheville Daily Citizen
Tub Wibblv Citukm it full of local and
8tH acw;Juat the thing to aend to anyone
Inquiring about Aahcvillc. Iaauril Thuraday.
Magic cuplci 8 cents, mnilcil. Only Sl.oo,
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, ilS cents. Three Ttnica, 60 ccnte. I
Six Tlmce. TO centa.
VOLUME VI. NO. 55.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
iL I NV ML L E.
A place planned and devel
oping ub a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for heulth
fulness and beauty of
An elevat ion of a,800feet,
It it being laid out with
taste and skill, witli well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable invest nieiitH. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
FOK GBNTLUMIJN Jl'ST IN IIANI
SOME LATIiST UliSlGNS PRUTTlliST
NBW AND ALLGKADIvS.
FANS ! FANS !
t'SI-FUL AND ORNAMENTAL.
ilil 8. MAIN HT.i AMIIIIVILLU,
I. TIIK I'LACI rB
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
AND. TO VS.
Views and Sketches.
w.ltss h. "owim, " w. w. wsar.
GVYN & WEST,
(flucreeaora to Walter D.Owjn)
REFER TO MNK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at S
Notary l'uliltc. CommlMioneri ol Deeds,
OfPICK-aoatricoat Court qii.r
Real Eatate Brokers,
And InveatnicMt Agents.
I.oam e.ureljf placed at It per cent.
Office. I 3 BA I'attun Ave. second floor.
JENKS & JENKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
HI KB INmiRANCII PLACItl) IN TWUNTY
OP TUB IIIMT COMPANIHH IN
TUB WOK LI).
AUUNTH OK TUB T A VIM.KKH' l.ll'l! AND
ACCIIHINT INHDRANCH CO., OF
BTATB AOKNTa FOB THBtlBTROITf'iHB
AND BI'ROLAR PHOOK 6AFM CO.
Konini ef .x 10, ncAirc arawt
BS Pattoa Art., Aehetllle, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WI'EK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Urcat Comedy Play entitled
Has liecn withdrawn after a very successful
nan, and we now prcacnt our matchlcea
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN ANO FEED FOR YOUR USE AT P0PJ
DOOR. OPEN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER.
100 of the best replies for
ma king Ice Creams, Sherbets,
Water leeH, and Custards,
given away with each Freezer
A big lot of Straw Hats
for Men, Boys and Children
A new lot of Soft Crush
HatH in Brown, Blue and
Black at the
Croquet Setts and Ham
mocks, all prices, at the
Stiiud Lamps, Hall Lamps,
Library Lumps, Night ami
Kitchen Lamps, Wicks, Chim
neys and Burners, lower than
anybody, at the
Dross Buckles, Hibbons,
Neck Wear, Collars, Cuffs,
Belts and tho largest line of
FlouneingH in town at the
A new line of Ginghams and
Clmmbrays in Solids, StriH,
rliuus and bide lianas at
It is an established fact
that no place in town con
tains a better assorted stock
of goods sold at us low prices
We do not make a special
ty of anything (unless it be
of low prices) but we do take
considerable pride in tho ex
tent of our Shoo business.
Keeping all kinds and selling
them cheniier than anybody
else must bo the secret of it.
Do not sjM'iid a nickel for
anything until you have vis
. W, U. WILL.
AttllltVILLU, N. C.
OHIc. Barnard Building. P. O. Uo no.
Plan., Specification., Detaila, &c, forevery
clan of building at ahort notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and ace e. nprl n d.'lin
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kxecnte In
Encaustic or Oil
BtcallBtlc-Plorali HcnalsMiancc ft
Addreaa. 3(1 WOODWARD AVB., Detroit,
Mleh., or BOX il.3, Aahcrllle, N, C,
W 0 PADMinUACI
Hi Ui uniimiuiini.L
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I havf
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe'
ville, striving at all times to
buy pure Drugs and sell no
goods that arc not strictly
first-class in every respect
Kverything warranted aw
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
anil night, and delivered five
of charge to any part of the
Mr. J.-Taylor Amiss is with
me, and will bo pleased to
meet his friends and custom-
We arc showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Smallwarcs &
Carjiets, bought with
great cure, marked at
short and reasonable
Tho line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very fine.
One price system.
7 & 9 Button Ave.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
AccommiKlutiutiH the wry IrkI thin moun
tain country can iitTonl. Tcrmi rcnHunalitc
ah poMNllilc to ill like tticm. lllltliirtlH. mnl,
IhiwHiik alley, ball room, musk', etc.
F. A. MILES, HI. D.,
( Formerly of Lyman tt Child ),
Strictly a Brokerage ButtlncHM
l.onna aecurety plnccd at N tier cent.
In cash will bo paid
to any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Asheville as
shown by the official
census now being ta
ken. You arc not limited
to one guess but can
guess as off en as you
make a purchase.
the nearest guess, the
prize will bo given to
tho guess received
Ijct all comu and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Tins in the kind of weather that will
make Southerners think il is about the
time of ycur to get to Asheville. The mini'
mcr season will noon Ik- iicncd.
Prop. C. II. IIkniiiihsiin, of the Phila
delphia ninminl training schoul, will
8K'iid tlit-.umim.-r in North Carolina with
the class in geology that institution.
(ii:o, W. Kknnon, Iiuh lectured 201
lime, on the Russian "aiU- i'nstiou. 1 lis
word have not uoue tor iiauulit. Ik-
has the satisfaction of knowing that the
whole world is tnlkiiiK'of his cxHisitions.
Viii;n the census enumerator put in
his npcaraiicc in liuttlelioro township,
lidKeeouilic county, the negroes nil took
to the woods. The latest reports state
that they arc there yet. They had read
Stii.I. President Harrison has sonic
Kod traits. His name heads the list of
eoiilriliiitions for the proposal memo
rial from America to Frnncc with a
whole dollar. It might have liceii more,
we know, hut compared with his other
nets the promoter of the enterprise have
reason to Ik- satisfied that it is not less.
I'atti has not lost her voice as the
pnm-rs of a few diiy'sago announced. In
crossing thcoccanslic contracted nscvere
cold which was the only basis for the re
port. Now she has cabled across deny
ing it. The music loving public of Amer
ica will rejoice with the great prima
lonn and wish her many years of success
Ik.-lore the footlights.
(vi:k in Iindoii the ipicstiim is not
now so much on the Sunday paier as it
is on the matter which is printed in it. A
corrcsMndcnt writes to the London I Ier-
ihl protesting ugainst the publication ol
Sunday paK-n, except such as are de
voted to religious labors and Sunday an
ecdotes. This is a new side to the ques
Tin? first girl to take nil honor at Har
vard is Miss II. I.. Reed. She lias been
awarded the Sargent prim for the Ik-sI
metrical translation of the twenty-ninth
ode f the third bookol Horace. It might
lie mentioned incidentally that U-fore
athletics were put at the head of the
course men had uodillicidlv in winning all
of the prizes. Thisisa nut for some of the
supporters of a base ball and rowing
course to crack.
AiiVKKM received from Kansas arc to
the cll'cct that the Kililical situation
then.- is much mixed. There is no doubt
f the re-nomination ami re-election ol
I'.ovcrnor Humphrey, hut the Farmers'
Alliance people are determined to make
it warm for Senator Ingalls. Then- is no
denying that the opHisition to his re
turn to the senate among the farmers is
very strong, and great efforts will lie
made to elect a hostile legislature.
Things look uncomfortalily warm lor In
galls and when he set tics down in his home
in Atchison as a private eili.cu the South
will heave a sigh of relief that will only
be equalled by the news that Col. Sluml
ord has Ikx-ii confined in an insane asy
A caiii.Ki.kam from Vienna n lew days
since must have liccn eagerly received by
a certain class of individuals who argue
that suicides arc epidemic. Six rtsoiis
endeavored to take their lives there in
one day. Three cases proved successful.
A girl was loiinil in the I'oiitu ol a hotel
with an artery completely severed. An
other young woman, whose brother is
charged with manslaughter, lluvw her
self into the llanulie, but was rescued,
while a third female succeeded in oison
ing herself liccnusc her lover had left her.
Two men shot themselves, one in the
woods and the other in the great hall at
the singers' festival, while a well known
barlH-r cut his own throat in the presence
of his customers.
Tim: despatches of a lew days ago had a
lairy talc of how much trouble was lie
ing given to enumerators by the n-nple
if Asheville. It was sent broadcast over
the country and no doubt many who read
the article have gained from it the im
pression that Asheville is u lawless com
munity. As a matter ol met there is no truth in
the rcjiort or if there is the local olliec has
kept it much to themselves for they have
rcK-ntcdly said that there was no trouble
When the list of questions was first re
ceived they excited no little adverse criti
cism because of the irrelevancy of some ol
them to the census. Then followed a cir
culnr signed "A Citizen" in which the
subject was handled without gloves and
iK-ople were urged not to answer the
questions. That nay tne enumerators
stalled and 1 uesdny SiiH.-riiitcndcnt
lluidwicke's assistants staled that there
was no trouble. The fact is that in n
number of cases the census enumerator
has not asked the questions upon which
there was a discussion those relating to
chronic diseases and affections of the
mind they have liecn skipjied by.
Again it is quite probable that if then-
had been aiiv refusals toanswcriucNtions
residents would have known il before the
world in general. The whole fnct is there
no trouble. Asheville is doing her part
just the same as any other city and there
is no cause for complaint.
On Saturday there were some minor
complaints, but these came in utter the
dispatch was sent out. Previous to that
everything was reported lis moving
smoothly. What started it is the ques
tion. Six wagons advertising a Detroit plow
company are encamped at the depot In
their own tents.
HORRIBLE WORK OF THE
CHOLERA IN SPAIN.
A FIENDISH DESIGN FRUSTRATED
IN NEW YORK.
A New York Hank Canltler Found
To He t'o,ooo ahort In 111m
Accounta News of the
SKc inl tn The Citlicn.
M auk m, June 10. There were iiiucty-
onc deaths from cholera in I'ucblo to.
day. The scourge is spreading on all
Ski'Ihi to The Citin-n.
KiTTi.it Rock, Ark. .June 10. A thou
sand politicians are here to-day and the
preliminary tight over the nominations
in the democratic Stale convention to
morrow, is in progress. Professor . II.
Sbirin will probably Ik- nominated State
suKrintcndent of schools. The main
fight will be on State treasurer ami is
between State Treasurer Woodruff ami
R. II. Morrow. Hx-Attorncy (U-ncral
(nrlnnd is here and is interesting himself
in Woodruffs behalf.
Royalty's) UoIiikn Abroad.
Sicriiu to Tim ClTUKN.
Vii-xna, June 10. Impressive ceremo
nies are in progress to-day, the occasion
lieiiiL' the formal renunciation to the
thrones of Austria and Hungary by the
cnqieror's youngest daughter, Arch
duchess Voline, and Arehdukc I rani: Sal-
vadore. The Kaiser, ami the royal minis
ters of the empire were assembled in se
cret conclave. Count Kolnoky, standing
on the steps of the throne, read the act
A lilK Afl'nlr.
SHtlul to The Ciliicn.
Wai kksiia, June 10. Fully a thousand
delegates to the American Institute of
Homeopathy are m attendance here to
day. The reception committee, headed
by Dr. Willis llanforlli, has U-en escort
ing most of the arrivals to the Fountain
House, where the first session oiencd.
The St. James ljuartet, of Chicago, fur
nished the music. The b!g hotel threw
oien its doors to-day lor the first lime
Arrival of the Moodier.
SKvinl to The CllUcn.
Xkw Yokk, June 10. "Honest John
O'Neill, attired in n new suit of clothes,
arrived from Sing Sing to-day. lie is the
boodle alderman who was sentenced in
l.HHii. Last week his $J,lMio tine was re
Went In lo KflTect To-nay.
Sirvinl to TIIK Citukn.
Washington, June 10. ijiiarlcrmaster
General HolalK-ud's retirement from the
army went into effect to-day. A new
apMiintinent will lie announced w ithin a
day or two.
Work of FlendN.
SKcinl to The Cllin-n.
Nkw YiiKK, June 10. A dastardly at
tempt to burn four tenement houses was
frustrated this morning. Oil had liecn
Miured uboul the building. Two hun
dred lives would have Ik-cii lost.
Mprclnl to The fit lien.
Ai.iianv, N. V., June 10. The County
bank have discovered n shortage of $'.'0,-
iiihi in the accounts of their dead cashier.
Mllll lluylnu I.M.irl.
Mr. Ilerkeley Cain has sold his farm
if Till acres on the French llroad, South
ol the city, to Mr. Ocorgc Vandcrbilt for
$tl!,riH. Mr. Josiah Jones, whose farm
adjoins Mr. Cain's, has also disMiscd of
his farm lo Mr, Vandcrbilt. The price is
Mr. Vnndcrbifl has purel'i'sed of Mr,
C. W. Pack the Antler Hall estate for
$:t(l,0(MI, and it is rcKii tcd the estates
of Mr. ('.. W. West and Col. J. ('.. Martin
for $7(1,1)110 and $.111,11011 resH'tively
This proH-rty nil mljoins. and with the
exception of Col. Win. C'lK-kcslnrm, gives
Mr. Vandcrbilt the entire river front on
the French llroad, from IkIowiIic mouth
of the Swannanoa to Alexander's bridge
and Ik voiiiI. It also comprises some of
the most valuable, as well as the pretti
est, valley and hill lands of this bcauti.
ful section. Mr. Puck has instructed
all work U-ing carried mi at Antler Hall
The Mayor's) Court.
The Mayor's court was unusually full
this morning. Henderson Thompson
drunk and disorderly, was fined $.ri; l,ce
Foster, vagrancy, $.1; Henry Hamilton
assault on Nellie Hamilton live dollars,
and fifty cents costs. Hen I-cdlord,
drunk, failed to apiear and forfeited a
bond of $1; Robert llrujmnii, drunk, $.1;
Daniel 11 uusiickcr, drunk and down, $.".
A charge of carrying concealed wcaMins
was also brought against Hiinsuekcr,
hut he was found not guilty. Ileston
Grant, profane and vulgar language, $o;
W. I.. Taylor, disorderly conduct,
and John lllnir, drunk, $.". The total
amount of lines was $1-4.
There Are Two Hides).
liniTiiH Citiihn: Into some (tortious
of this city has gone the impression that
the I.vecum is an iufiilcl cliiii and is en
gaged in discussions calculated to injure
the chureh. Now as it resident of Ashe
ville lor nearly nine years, knowing most
of the members intimately, being myself
identified with it and having a reputation
nl stake, allow me to insist that it all
comes from those who have not heard the
other side. Kesiiectriilly,
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Lenoir is holding symiKisiums.
Slntcsville parties arc talking of a road
from that city to All. Airy.
A large Ix-ar has been killed near Clif
ton, lie weighed 170 iounds.
The criiduntini: class at Wake Forest
College hud twenty-five members.
The new passenger station at Stales,
ville has liecn opened to the public.
A company has U-en organized to es
tablish a shirt factory in ilmiiigton,
Reuben Stoniort's saw mill near Max-
ton was recently destroyed by a wind
Princeton college has conferred the de
grec of II. on Governor Fowlc of the
class of IH.,7.
A Farmers' Alliance tinner to Ik- called
louniry i.iic will soon lie started at
It is said that Alfred Rowland has a
walkover for a re-nomination for con
gress in the sixth.
The alliance nine factory at Durham
iscxKvted to begin osrations about
the 'J.'ith of this month.
A man living in Purlium found an
Kissum with ten offspring under his
House one morning recently.
I'll in Wilkes county they honst of a
chicken that had n well devchqied crow
at tin- tenner age ol tiirec days.
Col. Paul Fnisnn is makinir the peni
tentiary self-sustuiiiing and has not used
any of the appropriation this year.
The Confederate veterans of Caldwell
mid Wutnugn counties will encamp at
Itlowmg Kock Irom August 7 to ill.
Stephen Milton, of Person county,
committed suicide a few days ago. His
mind hail been impaired lor some time.
At Tarhoro niuht is made hideous hv
the firing of pistols, and the Southerner
thinks il is about time it was slopicd.
The funeral of Mayor Crawford, of
Salisbury, was largely attended. The
members of the bar actcil as pall bearers.
"Hail stones as Inruc as hen chits" fell
in Cleveland county Wednesday, dama
ging the growing crops and killing many
Hon. F. M. Simmons, of New Heme,
has gone to Washington to look after
that $75,001) public building the city has
Mr. W. C. Petty, a mcrehant of Man-
ley, has leased tlic Carthage railroad
from the Scalxinrd Air Line and will i-
cratc it hereafter.
The entire outfit, subscription list and
good will of the Salisbury Watchman
were iMiught nt auction ly Air. J. vt.
Rumple lor Jl.'j.'.'i.
Captain J. M. Fleming, deputy wurden
ifthe State penitentiary, has Iwcn np-
IMiinled to take the convict census sta
tistics of the State.
The contract lor the construction of
the public building nt Greenville, S. C,
has Ik-cii let to Jus. K. Lawrence, of Wil
mington, for $7.'i,l:io.
Key. R. R. Willis has been apiMiinted
nastor of the Centenary Methodist
chureh nl New llcriic, to till the vacancy
K-cnsioiicd by the death of Rev. J. k.
Reports from Chatham state that the
wheat crop just harvested was n coin-
iletc lailure. II did not pay to cut it.
n some fields the yield was not so much
us hail been sown.
Grand Master Samuel II. Smith has
appointed D. S. Wailt, Fsq., of Raleigh,
Grand Treasurer ol the Grand ltdgc ol
Masons, to Idl the vacancy caused by
the death of Col. W. Ii. Anderson.
Several capitalists, mostly northern
ers have organized nt Wchlon the Great
Fulls Water rower company, w. n.
llndlinsH.it, of Petersburg, is president,
and Tims. I.. F.mcrv, of cldon, is vice-
president. The company will establish
extensive manufactories tliere.
II reports are true, Judge Armlicld got
the worst of il when he exchanged dis
tricted, with liiiluc Womnek. In Ivduc-
comlie the solicitor and two other offi
cers of the court were colored men, and
all of them thought that the water in
the iiulirc's pitcher was the licst. and
they slaked their thirst out ol it. Judge
Armlicld did not appreciate tins, anil
has so expressed himself. Durham Globe.
A wildcat was brought into Rulciuh by
a countryman and escaped from its cage.
There was a general scattering and in
the midst of the scare the animal suc
ceeded in hiding. It was several hours
licfore it was seen ngnm and then it en tne
in through the rear window of a gnu-cry
store anil broniiht the sash with it. In
just nlNitit three seconds that store was
thecals alone and six men with six
rifles were renuired to retrain iHtssession
The animal was mad clear through and
wanted to light.
The Durham Sun says that during the
storm Tuesday, at Cox's store, near Or
ange Factory, two brothers, Daniel and
George Ravnor, went into a torch to
Keen out oi tuc rum, i.iuiuuiim niriicn
ihisI and ran down along tne puicc
where they were sitting and stunned
both men. One has no use whatever of
his body from his bqts down. The other
is prostrated, and both arc seriously, if
not fatally, injured.
lames R. McDonald, one of the oldest
citixens of Long Creek township, Meek-
enlnirif coimtv, died at his home, nitout
eight miles from Charlotte, Wednesday
night. Air. .mci 101111111, was a native m
Scotland. He came lo America in 1 45.
He was n brave Confederate soldier, a
member of the Fifth North Cnndina cav
alry. His wile and two children survive
nunc. Air. AlcUonald was scvenlv-nine
years of age.
The Raleigh corrcsimiiilcnt of the Rich
mond Dispatch writes: Last year it was
slated that the State Farmers' Alliance
had made some requests of the legisla
ture for the creation of a railway com
mission, the extension of the Jurisdiction
of magistrates, the prohibition of the
holdiiiu of free passes by the public offi
cials, nnd the prohibition of the free
gill of convict labor to cortorntious.
These requests were made nt a meeting
here in August, 1HHH. The legislature
did not bred them, the alliance men
claim, so that now where there was a
"request" there is a "demand." The
State Alliance nt its session at Fayette
villc in IHKtl made the demand and the
whole matter went licfore the sub-nl
lianees for ratification. There are some
2.U00 of the latter, and nearly all. if not
all of them, endorsed it. It now becomes
un official demand, The issue is put
squarely before the people and the legis
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 4 South Malu St.
r5 W lfa.ul.ix
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Ther art s Sp.clflc.
l .r Ml. h iiudd. a h
55 Kiln St.. Buffalo. N.V. and International Bridge, Ont.
fob iai.ii or
J. S. GRANT.
If yitur prescription!! ure prepared ut
tSrunt'u I'hurmucy you can positively te-
pend upon these facts: I'irst.thatonly tlie
purest and best drugs and clwmkuh will
Ik used; lecoml, they will Itc compound
ed curefiilly and accurately by an t-jrwrt.
enced I 'rescript ionist ; and third, you will
not Ik vhurged un exorbitant price. You
will receive the lst goods ut a very rea
sonable profit. Don't forget the place
Grant's I'barmacy, 24 South Main street.
Prescriptions filled ut ull hours, night
or day, and dcliveted tree ol charge to
any part of tlie city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's l'hur-
mucj, 24 South Main street.
At Grunt's I'hurmucy you can buy any
Patent Medicine ut the lowest price ipiol-
eil by any other drug house in tlx city.
We ure determined to sell us low as the
lowest, even if vre have to lose money by
so doing. He will sell ull Puteut Medi
cines at first cost, and below ihut if nec
essary, to meet the price of any comxti-
We have the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins In Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We ore the agents for Humphrey's
Homoeopathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on bund.
Use IIuhcoiiiIk Liver Piiis, the est iu
tlie world for liver complaints indiges
A thoroughly icliablc remedy for all
blood diseases is IIuikoiiiIk Sarsiiparilla.
Try a bottle nnd you will tukcnootlicr.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. C, Pharmueist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close biiyt'i'8 will plonKe note
tho following great induee
1 1 ion i8 this week:
Itlnek Mohair llrillinti tines
nt 50 and 7ue., formerly 75e.
llluek Tuinise Snitiniw. ()
and H.'c., former price 7re.
Jsluek Camel 8 Hair and
Serge Suitings at 7ri. and
1, formerly 1 and Sfl.2.".
lUat'k I-reach Henriettas.
)0e., 7."ic. and Sfl, former
price (;."e., $1 andl.2.").
iancy Aloliair IJrilliant-
ines, i)ie. and i.tc, former
price 7.rn'. ami $1.
I oloi-ed llenrietlasal J.n:.
40c, r()c. and 7"c, worth
Domestic ami Imported
Challies at fie, Sc., and 12e.
V ash Divss Fabrics, Lawns
ami Prints at ylc. and up.
French and Domestic Sal
ines nt popular prieeH.
Dress (iinghaniH ami Seer
suckers, large variety.
Uutmg tloths. Table Lin
ens, white nnd colored.
lute doods. Nainsooks.
Lawns, India Linens, Ham-
burgs, Luces, Underwear,
(ilovcs and Mitts. Largo
assortment and low (trices.
l'urasolH and Minslindcs,
tho most attractive in the
city. Trices lower than else
lust received A new lot of
Black and Cream Lnee Floun
cing nnd Drapery Nets.
fSonieUimg New Wo sell
tho only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in tho market
made by Smith & Angell
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
They are guaranteed not to
dyo, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STRUUT,
Opposite Bank at AabtvUte.