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THE WEEKLY CITIZEN.
Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, X
Thi Wbkkly Citiikm la fall of local and
State newasjunt the thing to cnd to anyone
InqulrlnK about A.hcvllle. Issued Thursday.
Single copies S centi, mailed. Only $1 OO,
per year. '
Not exceeding three Unci,
One Time, its cent. Three Timet, SO cents,
Bll Time., 75 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 59.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping u u
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hoolth
ftihiws and beauty of
An elevation of y,0() feet,
It is being laid out with
tasto and Hkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
proli table investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apron, HandkcrchicDi and
At an ier cent and 3:ii lr cent. Iru lliun
All Mew and I-al tMylcM.
BOH M ARCH E.
S3 8. MAIN ST., A8IIUVIM.lt,
II TUB I'LAC ru
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
apr I H
ttl.LTH B. OWYH. W. W. WKST.
GWYII & WEST,
(Hucceuon to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at S
Commissioners of Deed..
OVPICK-HaalhcaiH Court aqaare.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Invcatment Agent.
Loan. c nrely placed at 8 per cent.
Ufnceat SI4 At 3(1 Patton A v.. Hccond floor,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
PIRB INftdRANCB PLACIII) IN TW11NTV
OF THH IIIWT COM HANI l!H IN
ACCII1HNT INMURANCB CO., OH
BTATB AOHNTPOR THB DBTROIT PIRB
AND BURGLAR PROOF RAPB CO.
Room o 10, McAfee Block
88 Pattoa Art.j AiUrUle, N. C.
EVERY IlAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Great Comedy l'luy entitled
lunbcca withdrawn after a very micecHstul
run. uutl wc now (ircBcnt our nrntthlcai
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP!
DOURK OPKN AT A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
100 of the bent roeiiios for
making Ice Creams, Sherbets,
Water Ices, and 1 ustnrus.
given away with each Freezer
A big lot of Straw Hats
r Men, Hoys and Children
A new lot of Soft Crush
Hats in Brown, Blue and
Black at t lie
(Yonuet Setts and Ham
mocks, all prices, at the
Stand LiunpH, Halll'iimps,
Library 'Lamps, Night ami
Kitchen Lamps. Wicks, Chim
neys and Burnc rs, lower than
anybody, at the
Dress Buckles. Uibbons,
Neck Wear. Collars, ('ulTs,
Belts and the largest line of
Flouncings in town at the
A new liiieoffiinghnmsnnd
Iharabrays in Solids, St l ilies,
Fluids and Sale Bands at
It is an established fact
that no place in town con
tains a. better assorted stock
of roods sold at as low prices
We do not make a siiccinl
tv of anvtliinir (unless it be
of low prices) but we do take
onsulcrame prine in 1.110 ex
nf. (if our Shoo business.
Keeping all kinds and selling
them cheaper than anyioci.
Imi miiMk hit 1 lie secii't of it
h not him'im! a nickel for
anything until you have vis
, W. U. WILL.
AMTIIt'K J. WILLS,
AHHBVILLU, N. C.
Olllce Barnard building. 1', O. Hot 604.
Plan., Spccincnllona, lietnll.. c, forevcry
claM of building at .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR OESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Call and ac. nprl Wl:iin
F. A. GRACE,
Will Kaecule In
. Eiicauatlc or Oil
lll'.COR ATIVK COMIMIMlTniN
Addreww Be WOODWARD AVB., Detroit,
Mich., or BOX 1140, A.hcvllle, N, C.
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
For sixteen years I have
carried on a Drug and Pre
scription business in Ashe
ville, striving at all tunes to
my pure Drugs and sell no
goods that are not strictly
first-class in every respect.
Everything warranted as
represented or money ro
unded. My goods are pure
ind fresh and my prices as
ow as the lowest. Prescrip
tions filled at all hours, day
and night, and delivered five
of charge to any part of the
Mr.-J. Taylor Amiss is with
i ne, and will be pleased to
meet his friends and custom
We are showing an
unusually large and
attractive stock of
Clothing, Men's Fur
nishing (Soods, Hats,
Shoes of all Kinds,
Dry doods, Fancy
doods, Smallwares &
Carpets, bought with
great care, marked at
short and reasonable
The line embraces
all grades from low
priced to very tine.
One price system.
7 & 0 Fat ton Ave.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF
1890 ON JUNE 1ST.
AcriiiiimiHlntlon. the very Imt this muuii
tain country can afford. Term. rrnimlilr
na possible to niiike thrm. Ililllnnls, kioI.
lHilliiirnllcy, hull room, inii.lc, etc.
mn A mm ?42 If Tk
A7 . 11114.413 n.
ninyuiid.iin , Proprietor.
( formerly of Lyman k Child I,
Strictly a Brokerage BumIiichh
Loan, securely placed nt H per rent.
In cash will be paid -to
any purchaser at
my store who guesses
nearest the potiuhlr-
tion of Asheville as
shown by the official
census now being ta
ken. You arenot limited
to one guess but can
guess as often as you
make a purchase.
If two or more make
t he nearest guess, tin'
prize will bo given to
t ho guess iveeivod
Let all come and
try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
Till! Knglish syndicate is said to lie ill-
Icr tlic Louisiana Lottery. IT it would
only purchase it anil lake il over lo ling-
land it would settle a miieli mooted
San Francisco has nt last passed an
ordinnnce against prize lighting. It will
still lie in order however IW San I;rnncisco
toughs to pound the life out of innocent
On pulling down an old house in Staun
ton, Va., the other day some parlies
found alMiut $.'100 in gold and silver coin
of very old dates, sonic ol which are
worth considerably more than their face
A kktihkii Detroit groectymnii says the
most indcicndrut man on earth is the
me who pays cash and runs no hills, cs-
iceially where lie nuys n.s provisions.
When he leels that he ca.i iu. where he
pleases and pay as he goes he Iiuys lo
lietter advaiilage every lime iiiitl saves
Till! vigorous light against the confir
mation of J. II. Knvcsto lie revenue col
lector has heen won by the opposition
and Mr. Hives is now a private citizen.
Iivcrylhiiig is not smoolh sailing in the
republican ranks. This bodes no harm
In the Democrats.
Wiiathvhk else may lie said nbout
Sam Jones it is certain that he has (I way
if bringing the sinner to time. He has
just closed n ten days' series of meetings
at Richmond and it is estimated that
1.I,000 (K'oplc al tended the services,
anil that thousands signified their iiiteu-
iou of leading better lives. An audience
if I O.tH HI invited Mr. Jones lo return to
Tins morning a dog supMiscd to Ik
mad was killed on College street after
having bitten n hoy and several animals.
It may Ik, mid ierhnps is, that the dog's
madness existed onlv in the minds of n
lew excited men and Ihivs, but his actions
would contradict it and all of the dogs
bitten by him should Ih killed. Hydro
phobia is too dangerous to be played
with. It should lie slauiied out right
Sri'.AKiiK Ki:i:n may lie a man of des
tiny, but in view of the record he is mak
ing for himself in Congress, we are icr
suaileil that his destiny is a dark one,
and the tide on which he is now Hunting
will not lend him on to fortune. He is
undoubtedly it presidential possibility-
lie will lie n candidate hut only n can-
lidatc. lie will never force his way into
the Presidential chair; the country ncitli-
T could nor would stand it. Atlanta
I'ki-siiii nt IIakuison it is said lias told
nil intimate friend that he will not lie a
aadiclate for re-election. "I am not here
for the puriKise of acting in the interest
of my self or of my party," he is remrtcd
as saying, "but in the interest of the
whole country mid the icople. When my
term is out I exicet to return In Indian
iiHilis and resume the practice of law."
If this i really true the country will
generally concede that Harrison has got
more sense than he is usually given
rcdit for. Hut then il is only a ipiesliou
of going ieneciililv or luing kicked mil,
anil il docs not take much ol a brain to
boose the former.
In ii number of cities where the census
has been completed complaint is Uiug
made that il is faulty. The Chicago
Daily Newt says it has lieiu so dclcclivc
that il is no more than a farce. The
New York paicrs nrc 'also complaining
as lire the piiers of llirmiugliaiil and
Charleston. There can Ik' bill little
doubt bill that there is some fael in all
It is of the utmost iniporlaiicc thai
there lie no such complaints from Ashe
villc. If every resilient makes up his
mind that his name shall apix'ar in the
census, il will Ik; there and then the ceil
us will Ik-complete.
Make ii note of it uuil don't forget the
An ollieial of the llrilish niuscuin, Louis
l-'ngnu, will lecture over Here next win
Ijiuiw AIiIktiiii. it iiiflcd French wo
man. asnircs In the mantle of Ko.u lion
licur. MIC wears mine aiiiic, nun m
manners is n Chcslciliehl,
The IliiiiL-nrian artist, Muuknesy, ii
coiilcmiihiliiiL' the painting ol n grand
ser es of reunions pictures which win
keep him busy several years.
Sir lidward Arnold's new epic piwui
TliiLiuhlol the World," consists o
IIII.OIIO lines, and is pronounced the fill
est work ol the hum since .miiioii,
I'robablv the richest man in Alabama
isjosiah Morris, ol Montgomery, lie
lias a lortune oi h.i,imhi,uoii, mime ior
the most nnrl from dealing in rcirl c
The St. Louis liccr king. Adolph llusch
is nt the head ol an establishment which
cmnlovs three Ihouriind men, and he re
ceives a salary oi jMO.iM.i.ii year.
The composer of "Kathleen Muvuur-
ncen," I'. N. Crouch, Is nearly ninety years
of nge, but lie marched in the procession
nt the unveiling of the Lee monument at
A carpenter in Jacksonville, III., former
ly n captain in the British Army, named
0, A. Catterwcll, has fallen heir to n mil
lion dollar estate by the dcatliol Ins lathe
The Intelv elected Koval Aeadcniiciiin
lluliert llcrkomrr, whose picture, "The
Last Muster." has made bun famous,
was nt one time an "Ohio boy," nlthougli
born in llavaria. His parents took him
to Ohio when he wns two years old, and
later rclurncc! to Englund with him.
THREE PEOPLE KILLED
RUDOLF DUBOSE AND PETER DA
VIS HUNG FOR MURDER.
Many HI I ... r HUH Ii.iprlno.ifU -
All TapiiKH Have leiwed
Ni'nM of the Worl.l.
SiKiial In The Citiun.
Ni:v Yiikk.J line 3(1 The llallinioivand
Ohio passenger train was wrecked near
Child's station, New Jersey, this morn
ing. Three K'oplc were killed mid
twenty injured. All were brought here.
Among the wounded is liishop Kcanc, of
Hir Many Ci'ltc-H.
SikiIiiI m The CilUcil.
Ol lilil.i', lane I'll. Rudolph Diibosc
wus hanged at eight o'clock this morn
ing, for the murder of his wile, niothcr-in-law
and two children at St. Albans in
'Vbi uarv last. I le coiilcsscd on the scaf-
Id mid showed no weakness. He butch
ered the entire familv with an axe.
lla.iKC-il TIiIm Mor.ili.K.
SH'cial til TlIK CITI7.KN.
IIii.i:svii.i.i:, Out., iinc !!. I'cler
'avis the murdered of Wm. Hiuory was
hanged this morning.
Tl.c iM.prlHOMvd Ml.acrH.
Ss-cial to The Cltirn.
Di'NUAK, I'll., June 2'l. The imprisoned
miners will mil Ik' reached till to-night.
All rappiugs have closed.
Murdered uv MoldierH.
Cania, I ia lie- L'O. A lew daysagoa body
if Christians ambushed and shot three
Turkish soldiers and Crclon iiiusselmcn.
A body of niiisschiicu in revenge have
killed the Christians and threaten I'm the!
The lllitueHt iilHcoery Made Vet.
MiiNTi'.oMCKvJime HI. A SKvial from
Annislou says: I'articnhirs ol the big
gest gold discovery ever made in the South
ome from Cleburne county. The ore
will yield, according to assay, from ten
lo one hundred pennyweights. A com-
imiv was at once organized lo develop
Vale Vollexe Cmiii. te.iceiiie.it.
SM-iial to Till- Citizen.
Nuw IIavi-.n, Conn. Vale college
omiiiciiceiiictil exercises iKgau lo-day
with thellel'orest-Townscnd prize speak
ing which is now in progress. This af
ternoon the Vale and Harvard ball clubs
will contest. To-niorrow morning the
baccalaureate sermon will Ik' delivered
in llatlell Ch.'iK'l.
Three CoIU-kcn Celelirate.
SiH'cia) to Tor citizkn.
Xi-:v Vokk, June '.'II. The alumni of
the college ol the city ol New York arc
holding an enthusiastic gathering here
to-ilay. At Cambridge Harvard is cele
hraliug class day. At Ivvanston, III.,
the Northwestern rniversity is holding
Prohalily II will lie lietidi-rHou.
Sircinl tu The Citlwn.
I'kim i tiin, III,, June 'JO. The rcpubh
cans of the seventh congressional dislricl
met in convention here to-day. In all
probability Congressman Henderson, ol
I'riiicctoti, who has served aeccplably,
will Ik- rc-iioiiiinated.
MlHHourl i:dltorH Meet.
SikcIuI to Tun I iTiHN.
Cak tiiai.i:, Mo., June I'o. 1 he South
west Missouri Kdi tors' AssiK'ialion Ik1
uaii its annual session here to-day. About
a hundred editors in attendance.
WImcoiihIii CycllMK AsHoelatioai.
SiH-cinl tu Tlic Citizen.
Wai kksiia, Wis., June I'll. 1 he Stale
Cvcliiiu Association iK'gan its annual
meeting here to-day.
tiaiiitilertt on Trial.
Sin-dill tu Till' Citizen.
Ciik aoo, June 'J(l. The proprietors ol
the pool rooms, arrested lasl week, arc
having a hearing to-day.
Vale-Harvarl lloal Knee.
tK'i'liil la The Citizen.
Nuw Liiniion, June 'Jn. I he tile boal
crew it. lived here this morniug. livery-
thing is in readiiuss for the Yule-Har
vard boat race this alteruoon.
Mulled for l-:ruie.
SH'l'llll ll TllliClTIZI.N.
Nuw Yokk, June 211. Kosina Yokes
and herconipany sailed lor Luroic this
morning. She will skiuI the siinimer in
A hauilsonic mouiinicnt has Urn placed
over the grave old aeral I'.eorge II. Mc-
Ccueral lames A. Denver, after whom
the city ol Denver was named, is a law
partner ol cx-Altoi ncy licueral Garland.
Mrs. Ilavne, t he wife of the eonuressman
who has i is'inuuislicd lumscll by dechii
iug n remiiniualinii, is the dauuliler ol
the piopriclor of Hosteller's bitters mid
is very rich.
Mine. U'titia llonapartc Wyse Kat.gi
ilv Kulc, the madeaii grand daughter of
Liieien llonapartc, brother ol the great
Napoleon, is still fascinating mid roiniin
tie lit the age of OH,
I'oK' Leo's resident physician follows his
holiness about almost 'like his shadow,
and is lorcver going to mid fro with it
thermometer in his hand looking out lor
the slightest breath ol ml intrusive
draiiL'ht that uiighl venture to blow
rudely near the head of the church.
rostmastcr (iencral Waimmaker
wishes his iidmiiiistralion ol the depart
incut to lie distinguished by four radical
movements, these lire the cslnlilislv
incut of postal telegraphy; second, the
divorce ol lotteries Irom the mails; third,
wistnl savings banks; and fourth, penny
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES.
Charlotte has organized u State cliarol
Concord is broken out with the
Iiidge W. M. Sliipp is seriously ill in
There arc fifteen prisoners in Cabiirrus
Twenty siib-allianees were chartered
in the Slate last week.
lidttie Miller was drowned lit Stntes-
ville. He was 10 years old.
KaleiLdi contractors are said to have
all of the work they can do.
The Grand Lodne K. of I. begun its
session ill Durham on the lKth,
Warsaw has held a public meeting in
the interest ol u cunning factory.
Apple mid pear trees iiround Kaleigh
are said to lie dueled by blight.
Kalciiih will have n $" display ol
fireworks on the day we eelebralc.
The Trov Vidette supports M. S. Kol-
bins for iudgc of the eighth dislricl.
The telegraph line from Hooiic to
lllowing Koek will soon be ready lor
Uev. J. T. Ilagwell is holding n series
of revival meetings in Mecklenburg
Ir,,f llmuM.lflit Hip new llritlcitml ol
the Peace Institute, ol Kaleigh, will tuke
It is reported that extensive deposits
of iron have been found on the Linvillc
lohn CuniiiiiL'hani. of Greensboro, whs
kicked so hard by u Texas Kuy that his
life is despaired of.
The Davis military school buildings at
Winston will Ik opened for pupils the
first of Septeinlier.
II. C. Ileekwith. of Kalciiih, 1ms been
appointed secretary of the State demo
W IniiiiL'ton has licensed olllt dogs, mid
woe to the uiiliiTnscd for the dog catcher
is abroad in the laud.
There were thirteen urnduatcs at Trin
ity College and each one pledged $1011 to
the endowment liiud.
A negro from Durham who got twelve
years lor maiislauglilcr lias just occn
taken to the K.'iiilentiary.
The Wilmington Scneoast railroad
oilers a prize of $100 lor the best shot in
any organized rille team.
Governor Powle has iK-cn ordered to
Morehcad City by his physician to get
the iK-nelit of the salt water.
Kalcich thinks 10,000 will lie about
her population as shown, by the census.
I.iglit tliousanu ol I nose arc negroes.
In the last five weeks W. L. Lnekcy, of
Lineolnton, bus killed thirty-six crows,
live hawks and two sheep killing dogs.
Wilmington has had n genuine ease of
mad dog, ulthoiigh the animal accom
modatingly died before biting anybody.
A OS vcar old woman of Davidson
coiintv has hound one hundred dozen
bundles of wheat ill the harvest Ileitis up
Dr. K. K. Greunrv. of Greensboro, has
a tobacco stemmer he thinks bents the
world. He has gone to Washington lor
Mr. 15. 0. Harrell, secretary of the
teachers assembly thinks that 2,000 per
sons will attend the meetings nt More-
Henry Oduin, a colored boy of Kin-
slou, had lus luinil uaiiiy niiisncu wuiii
coupling cars and il had' to be amputa
ted. Miirimiilon citizens arc troubled by
thieves who visit their gardens during
the night and thin out the number of
During the past six months the Tryon
street Methodist church of Charlotte
has added l.'il new memlKTS. Key. Dr.
Solomon Pool is the pastor.
I'oiir Concord Fishermen caught 18!
. i In- liuiiv siKi'imcus in one hour mid
twenty minutes. The whole catch could
Ik' put in a gallon vessel.
A Ilurke county man wns found by the
.1'iiHiiseiiiiiiiernlor who did not know
the names of the three grandeliddren lie
had raised in his own House.
Lightning struck a telegraph wire near
tin- ilcnot al Greensboro mid knocked
down u brakenian on lop of a box car
but did not hurt Hull.
Khun Powell is the name of n drummer
for the Powell Mnnulneturing company
who is claimed to Ik' the youngest drum
mcr in the woild. He is I fvcarsold mid
Iocs good work.
liddic Marker, a Wilmington seven
venr old, was nccioenimiy orownco
while nlaving around thedocks. A diver
went after his body mid alter several at
tempts succeeded in raising it.
Ii. S. Moore, of Greenville, instilled
Mrs. K. N. Hal ton mid the next morn
iiiL' that Indies' husband and brother got
after him mid pounded him until he is in
a critical condition.
Tlic West Knil Land company is the
name ol nn organization to lie made up
al Durham for the purpose of handling
and improving .'100 acres of laud near
Winston has voted to issue $200,000
worth ol bonds to lie applied immedi
ately to general improvements. Seven
hundred mid lorty votes were cast in
favor of it mid none in opMsition,
Mrs. Mary McClennn, of Troy, knows
a whole lot more now than she did le
fore she fed buttermilk to 100 of her little
chickens. The sudden dentil of thirty of
them has taught her not to Iced them
Iv, T. Tcnton, ol Wndcshoro, bus
made a proposition to the executive
committee of the Confederate Soldier's
Home to sell Confederate veteran budges.
Half ol the proceeds are to go townrri
building tlic Confederate Veteran's
Home. It was accepted.
Rev. Thonins Dixon who gave "Col."
lvlliott F. Shcpard such a raking over in
New York, was tmrn in Cleveland county
North Carolina, Jnnunry 11, 1864. His
father, Rev. Thonins Dixon, sr., hns liecn
for more than Imlf n century a faithful
and useful Ilnptist prenchcr. His broth
ers, A. C, in Baltimore, and Frank, in
Oakland, are preachers of rare ability
niwl usefulness. Thomas entered Wake
Forest college, North Carolina, In Sep
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G.,
Or Philadelphia Coucu. or marmacjr,
Apothecary. 4 South Main St.
'V&SAr& lt.m Tnt sr. i specine.
VsiVJvV' J (ImuIiIii M .pUn, hra.
Xj fywl Bid.. tr .rllr. Tb.r ir
S olftr.U.rll rrU.,tk.lfc
lOh' ' I fr ul. , nabl r kf
VjACHC A I AliliSIM TUB
ii Kiln St., Buirtkj, N.V.Md MhmIIomI Bridge Ont
FUR ULB UV
Ifyuur prescriptions urc prepared at
(SrunCa I'liurmmy you can positively do
liend upon these faila: I'irat.thatvnlytlie
purest and best drills and chemicals will
be used; second, they will be euwpound-
d cureliilly and accurately by an expert.
enced t'rescriptiouist ; and third, you will
not lie charged nn exorbitant price. You
will receive the best goods at a very rca-
sonublc profit. Don't forget the place
Grant' I'burmacy, 24 South Mainstrcct.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
orduy, and deliveied tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
be answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Main street.
At Grant's Pharmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot-
ed by any other drug house in the city.
We urc determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if wc have to lose money by
so doing. He will sell all Patent Medi
cines at urst cost, and below that if nec
essary, lo meet the price of any competi
We have the largest assortment oi
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sizes, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
llomwopathic Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on hand.
L'se IIuiicoiiiIk Liver Pills, the best in
the world for liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly reliable remedy for all
blood diseases is Iluncomlie Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle and you will tuke no other.
J. S. GKAST.Ph. G., Pharmacist,
24 S. Main St., Asheville, N. C.
Special Sales Week.
Close buyers will ileiise nolo
the following great induce
ments this week :
Black Mohair Hrillian tines
nt HO and Toe., formerly 75c.
Mack Tninise Suitiiiirs, (50
and Hoc, former price 75e.
and $1 .
ISIack tamel s Hair anil
Serge Suitings at 75e. and
1. formerly 1 nnd $1.23.
lilack Trench Henriettas,
."Oc, 7.jc. and $1, former
price G."c., $1 and $1.25.
rancy Aloha ir Urilliant-
tnes, .ric. anil toe., former
price 75c. nnd $1.
Colored llenriettasat 2.jc,
40e., 5l)c. and 75c, worth
Domestic and Imported
Challies at 5c, 8c, and 12c.
per ya rd.
ash Dress Fabrics, Lawns
and Prints a t ':. and up.
French and Domestic Rat
ines at popular prices.
Dross Ginghams and Seer- .
suckers, largo variety.
Outing Cloths, Table Lin
ens, white and colored.
White (Joods, Nainsooks,
Lawns, India Linens, 1 lam
burgs, Lnees, Underwear,
(Moves and Mitts. Largo
assortment and low prices.
I'arasols nnu hunshaues,
the most attractive in tho
city. Prices lower than else
Just received A now lot of
lilack and ('ream Laco Floun
cing nnd Drapery Nets.
Something INow We bou
tho only absolutely Fast
Black Hosiery in tho market
made by Smith & Angell
forLndies, Misses and Chil
dren, also for Men and Boys.
Thoy are guaranteed not to
dyo, crock or turn green, or
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank of AtAsrUM.