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FOR RENT, WANTS, JWD FOR SALE, t
Asheville Daily Citizen.
AT - - THIS - - OFFICE.
Not acceding three line,
One Time, 36 cent. Three Timet, SO ecnte.
5C. PER HUNDRED,
8U Times, 76 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 84.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a .
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region uoted for heulth-
fulnewi and beauty of
An devotion of 3,800 feet,
Jt in being laid out with
taste and Hkill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lliiv.ll Mitchell Co., N. C.
CHKTIOT. SATEEN AND
FLANNEL SHIRTS JUST
IN. LADIES' BLAZERS,
SHIRT WAISTS ft CHIM
ESETTESJUST RliClil Vl-U.
30 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
31 8. MAIN ST., ASHUVILLB,
1. Tim rLACi ram
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketcliett.
Walts B. Owrw, W. W. Wsst.
GVYN & WEST,
- (Succeskor to Walter B.Owyu) '
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loan Securely Placed at S
Cnmmleaioner of Deed.,
OFFICE Southeast Conrt SMiuare.
srta-kWT. A Tarn, ITma
Real -Estate Broker,
And Investment Agent.
Loan urely placed t per cent.
oOlceet 8 a 80 Patton An second floor,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO I"
Wonlde't bay timber lande, mineral prop,
ertie or Aahevlllc Real R.tnte 1
Then call on ne, Horatio, and we will live
thee thy money' worth.
We can eell thee a home lot, lend thee .title
eleto erect a dwelling thereon, and Insure
the mum In any Fire Insurance Company
doing buelneee In thle State.
Olve ue a call, Horatio I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE IROKERS.
auumn ,- nvAiejc wves,
M Pattoa In, AeherUU, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBIC
The Great Comedy Play entitled
Ha been withdrawn after a Tery ucccMful
run, and we now preeent onr matchlee
Stock of Groceries,
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT POP
DOORI OPKN AT 6 A. M.
A. D. COOPER,
During the month of Au
gust we want to clone out.
everything we have in the
line of Summer Goods. We
are going to buy a. big stock
for the Full and Winter and
we want no money looked up
in Goods to carry over. We
have some beautiful patterns
in Flouncings and Allovers
that we will sell so cheaply
that it would be economy to
buy even for next Summer,
us onecannot ha ve too many
White Dresses. If you need
a Itlanket or a Comfort these
cool nights you can find what
you want at our place. A
new line of Ginghams in Fall
Shades have just come in,
and a re going to be sold very
low, as is our habit with all
our (loods. We hae about
six Ice Cream Freezers of the
season's lot; they will besold
very low. You can still buy
Croquet Setts and Ham
mocks of us clieaHr than
anybody else. Our Store is
headquarters for ull sorts of
of which we ask an inspec
Come to see us before you
buy Shoes of any kind and
you will sa ve money. Every
thing at lowest prices at
F. A. GRACE,
( Formerly of Lyman A Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block
Strictly a Brokerage BuaiueM
Loan, eeenrely placed at n per cent.
ATTENTION, FARMERS I
For Tobacco Flues
Taylor, Bouli A Brotherton'a
NO. 411 PATTON AVHNtJB,
ASHBVILLB, N. C.
Airent for the celebrated
Plumbing, Steam and
V. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing so you can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carmichael's Drug Store.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Awheville, N 0.
We have made a
numlier of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer (loods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of the
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS. SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti
latedeasy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratus ice cold drinks all
day long tine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettesChoice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and cleun Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now than
ever before patronage in
creasing, public conOdencc
secured, success attained
Asheville becomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to say more to-day.
T. U. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, N. C. .
SEPTEMBER 3,4,5 8. 6, 1890.
Of all the handeome and valuable pmprrty
that ha been offered In Aahevllle, nnne com
parable to thr nnbroken forest of ovrr Onr
Hundred Acre divided and tidlvlded Into
the moat beautllul lot and tract, lylnit
Vie Boulevard of the City,
About one-third being within city limit, and
the remainder In the charming enlinrbaa villa
Only one mile from Conrt quar ' mla
utes drive) and on the beat and moat popular
drive leading tn the country, There le a lab
yrinth of avenue and atrrete being built
through three ground under the uiervl.lnn
of on of the floret engineer In the South
The Iota and tract will range In .lie from H
acre to to 8 acre, the larger plate covering
ome of the moat beautiful and picturesque
elevation to be found la a day' Journey
send for plat of the property to
Nat. Atkinson & Son,
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
STRIKE ON THE NEW YORK CEN
THE COMPANY CLAIM. TO BE
RUNNING ALL TRAINS,
MORE ATTEMPTS TO LIMIT DE'
BATE IN THE SENATE.
NEKTINO OP THi; O. A. K. AT
Nhw York, AuguBt 12. At the Grand
Central depot this morning there no
longer exhaled even a resemblance nf the
strike. The p-0-;vngeT trains were mov
ing with ull iippcuruuce oi't'.i; usual reg
ularity. The inflow and outflow of pa
sengcrs was us great a ever and except
ing for the presence of an unusual num
ber of policemen, idly standing about thr
vitriou entrances to thedepot, the most
careful observer would lie unable to per
ceive any lingering indication ol thctic-up
that on Friday night threatened to he
General Manager Toueey arrived at his
office at K:.'IU o'clock this morning and
found there a telegram from the ns
sistnnt stierintcndctit of the Syracuse
yards, suiting that order has been lully
restored there, und that trains were run
ning without interruption. This, he said,
ended the strike. Vice I'rrsidcnt Weill),
who ulo reached his oflice at 8:110
o'clock this morning, said passenger
trains would Ik- run today on the sunic
schcduli us yesterday.
Arrangement were now completed to
runout height trains from the Sixly-lilth
and Thirty-third street yards, lie said
the road liud all the men it needed now.
lie did not know whether auy til the old
men had been taken back or not us every
iiuiii employed was tuken on us a new
There is a smaller 'Milicc force on guard
at the depot I Mini there was there yester
day and there are none visible in the
yards, hut on each of the bridges cross
ing the trucks from the deHit to Kilty
fourth street there wire stationed three
or lour policemen.
EXPRESS CO. STATISTIC.
They Will be Ualhered ear ill.
CennuM Return Limit Ut-lxtte.
Washington, August 12. In the sen
ate this morning Senator Hale reioitei
hack the house hill to extend the cciimi
law so as to require iufoi million to 1 1
obtained from uuincorpo rated cxprcs.
companies, und, in response to iniiirict-,
stntrd that it applied to all uoincorH,-
rated express companies or copartner
ships whether doing onlv loctil or gen
eral business; that oulv some three or
lour of the limit express companies ol
the country were ineorH, rated ; tluii
over $15,0000,000 ier year were paid
l)Y the express cointMinics to the raiirontl
companies, and that it was very desira
ble that statistics ol all these express
companies should be obtained and in
corMinlcd in the census return. The in
formation would lie untamed cnieuy in
corremiidcncc und would apply simply
to the extent ol their business anil prop
erty and to the amounts paid by them
to tile railroad companies. I lie inn wnt
I uisseil without ninendnietil. Senator
idmunds unarmed the million lor
a chuuge in the rule by limiting the de-
bale on the titrill bill, wlueli lie nun ol
lered ul the time ol' adjournment yester
day, and it was laid on the table and or
Mr. liluir ulso ullereil n resolution lor
such change ol the rules us will penult
the previous iiuciuuii to I moved alter
n proposition ha been considered two
days uuil some disMiilion was made ul
THtCU. A. R. AT IIOHTON.
A Pine Oar For 111" VeterHiiH PS-
rude loo.ooo MraiiiierH.
Boston, August 12. Had the wealliei
been made to order for the G. A. K. vet
erans, the conditions could hardly have
licen more favorable lor their big demon
stration today. A brisk N. li. wind
holds fines straight out from their masts
and causes a constant agitation ul
streamers and smaller dcenriitinns,
with which the city is so proltisely cov
ered. As early as six o'clock this morning
manv veterans were nlrrnily about the
streets und crowd of people hail begun
to arrive in town anil to apwnr on tlie
thorouuhlnrc in holiday attire. Every
regular train and ninny sx,i'iul trains
were arriving bringing more than tli-ir
tpiotiis of pnssrngrrs. With the veteran
anil tncir inmiiies toe rsmuiuc mm
10(1,00(1 stranger will lw in thr city to
day doe not stem laruc.
liverytliing points to a most successful
demonstration. Gen. K. A. Alger has
nniMi tiled Comrade John Kynn, ol New
ton, to licnr the liendiuartcr's standard
in the procession. Mr. Kynn has seen
fourteen years of consecutive military
service mid was with Keno's IMvision
when the ninssncre at Little llig Hum
Mr. Rniiers, or Arkansas, la
Thorn III Mla Fal aide.
Washington, August 12. In the house
this morning Mr. Cannon, of Illinois,
from the committee on appropriations
reported the joint resolution extending
temporarily (until August 211) the appro
priations for the supH)rt of the govern,
mint not nlrcnily provided for in the gen.
ernl appropriation bills already passed.
In sneaking to this resolution Mr. Kog.
crs, ol Arkansas, criticised the ruling
made hv the Sieuker yesterday on l lie
noint of order raised by him.
The Ss?oker's only reply wns: "The
attitude of the Snker towards thr gen-
tlcmnr. from Arkansas has been consist.
ent that of oolite endurance ol what
cannot k helped." (Applause on repub
The joint resolution was then passed.
A circular letter asking colored niinlr
ters to take A poll ol those In favor of
the Iodgr federal election hill on Sunday
In the churches wns answered by Scire
tnry Isnce Myers, of lletliel A. M. U.
church, Baltimore, who stated that such
Action is out ol place ou the Lord's day.
A GOOD EXAMPLE.
so HubHcrlbed to Help Rebuild
Speclul to Thk Citizkn.
KllTIIHKI'OKDTON, N. C, August 12.
The citizens ofthiB place huve subscribed
fifty dollars towards rebuilding Ktilhcr
ford College. A good example has been
set which it is hoped other towns will
CARDINAL NEWMAN DEAD.
Hid DEATH CAl'HKU HV PNEU
MONIA. The End Came at Loudon Venter,
terdny The Ilody Lylnit In ritnle
Funeral Next Tuesday.
London, August 12. Cardinal New
man died yesterday from pneumonia.
His remains will lie in srnte in the ora
tory of St. Phillip Neri at Kdgchaston
until thefunrrul which ill take place
To Help Mr. Cleveland.
t'lliCAi.o, August 12. The uucxiectcd
return of Melville 12. Stone from Kuropc
in responsible for a well Included rumor
that lie litis placed himsch'at the head of
a syndicate winch has in view the publi
cation of nciiny morning iicv.spaRTS in
seven of the largest cities of the United
States to promote Mr. Cleveland's elec
tion. It is said $2,(1110,11(10 has hccnsiib-
AFFAIRS OF COXSnoriiXCE.
Mr. Ilenrv H. Ilirnm. editor in chief f
the I'itlsburg Chronicle-Telegraph, died
Jcptlia II. Wade, one of the oldest and
wealthiest citizens ol Cleveland. ().. died
The deadlock in the twelfth M issciiiri
district democratic convention at Hutler
still continues without any indication of
n uoininatifiti. 1'ive hundred ballots
have Ix-cn taken.
It is thought it will lie Mohouc's pol
icy not to iniikc niiiu.ii.it imiH for con
gress in nuy lint certnin republican dis-
Mm i' km'ui, one to suppori inuc-H-ndeut
The Kansas S'ale railnmil commis
: iier ismi-il a new seludule of the local
riiti-s Saturilriv, to go into effect Si ptcm
Iht 1, by which a reduction of HlPj ik.t
ent. i iirum ni.il tin per cent, on niei
liati(lie is nirrle.
A compilation by the New York Com
ncrcial lliilletin fixes the lir' loss in jihc
rnited Stales for the month of ulv nt
'I4.72:i,.'i(iii, which is over $0.(iilll,0()(l
renter than the loss of uny precediug
iiouth in the year.
I 'resident Harrison's embarkation on
the cruiser lialtiinore at New York for
Huston, Saturday, was honored us Ismou
the first lime in manv vcurs Unit the
I'resiilenl of the Cuited Slates has nct-
ually coinmatiilcd n fleet.
The Kini! of Holland is in n !''!, I,. , rn.
The Inti-rniitifinfil ln,1i..1 fA.......m
cloned its sessions in llcrlin Sitturduy.
The kii.li linn Willi.,,,, i:.i,..,.i 11,...
ter. formerly secretary of the Iiritit.li ad
miralty, is dead.
tender the iiriuiiotiiii.a nf lvmtM.ro,-
VYillium both the Oinvn nml tin iviiift-
of Wales arc lH-giiiiiiiig to take a more
active mill in tlie lureimi ooliiics ol l-n-
rmuc me.x A.n affairs.
Mr. 1. Ilenrv White, of Kockv Kivcr. is
a full blooded Alliance man. He said to
a rciMirter: ,-l wusn little disappointed
at the way Senator Vnnce suw the Suli-
I n-usurv lull, but Vanex is honest and
I'm not willing to pull from under his
wing yet. It will lie nc.ilamilv for North
Carolina to not to re-elect Yancc."
Mr. Ililemnn, president of the County
Alliance, said to a Concord Slandard re
iMirlcr: "1 am forZch Yancc, beeiiuse I
Inlieve that throuuh his inllueiuT. letters
anil skvcIics be ha ln-cn the means ol
inducing tlie farmers to think, oignuijc
anil lalsir with more earncHtuess to
remedy the condition of the agricultural
interests of the country. 1 am for him,
again, Urause I believe him a devoted
Iricnd to the inrincr, a true tnuii and an
As we understand it, the farmers who
compose the Alliance (omitting certain
iiiii.iiiiuus imirc accKcnt.l lire lllllieo 10
obtain relief from present legislnlivv u-
prension ami iiiisinanagemcut und ex
travnimncc. They arc very much out
raged by bail laws in their rights and in
terests. Now who is, who can be re
sponsible lor till this? There can mil
iKissiblyls; but one answer. It is the
republican party that has dominated the
country ami made its laws thirty years.
THIS REI'RliSliXTS WORK.
The Charlotte Chronicle savs that the
heavy steamships ol watermelons from
IMiinla South to the North still continue,
several sections, oucu ol twelve to cv
entcen cars, going through daily.
The Golilsboro Argus thinks the far
mers are now feeling some concern about
tlie cotton crop, as there have been sonic
very heavy rains for the past few davs
ami the dreaded "rust" is making its
apicnrancc In several sections.
So successful have the tobacco farmers
been in i'.nstern Cunibun tins year that
there will be n large incrense of acreage
next year, It is now estimated that in
liduccoinlw county alone there will be
lU.tititi acres in loimcco next year. Scot1
land Neck Correspondence.
There are ninny men In Wilson county
six fret tall. Hut il there was one seven
feet IiikIi even he could not Ik- seen walk
inn tlirouuh the tobacco nntch of Dr. N
Hidden, He has about five-eiuhlhs of nn
acre that is thr finest any one here has
ever seen. ilson Advance.
The rrnu prospect continues mnirnifi
cent. Home lHiltom corn has been dam.
aged by overflow, but thisisnnly in a few
iovuiuicb, i lie wee weiuiicr nua cuuseu
the cotton stalks to shed some of their
squares but the fruitage isstill abundant.
Corn and cotton will need no more rain,
and unless some disaster overtakes them
the yield will lie larger than for years.
A HORRIBLE MASSACRE
REBEL ARABS TORTURE AND
One Hundred and Twenty Prlf.
oners, soldier of the aultan of
Morocco, Captured and Put to
London, August 12. An engagement
has taken plucc between a force of rebel
Arabs and the army of the Sultan of
One hundred and twenty prisoners
were captured by the rebels. They were
Among the captives was a son of the
governor of the province in which the
rising took place.
Portions of his bod v were cut off while
he was alive und tonsted.
He was then coniH'lled by Aitinsi
leader of the rebel, to eat his own flesh.
la IT ILLEGAL?
The Hoard of Aldermen suddenly
( ChaiiKeH ItH Mind.
For the past few days a flying jenny
has been in n-ieration on the corner west
of the Grand oK'ra house. Considerable
complaint was made about it and yester
day the board of aldermen met and de
clared it a nuisance. Only four members
were present, Aldermen I'ullinm and Mc
Dowell were away. The owner of the
machine, L. H. Kinscll, was present with
his attorney, K. McBrnyer, who argued
strongly for the continunnceof the license-
granted by the city. Notwithstanding
tins the Hoard took thenhove action, and
Mr. Kinscll und his attorney lelt the room
llircalcnitiu to carry it into court. Later
City Atlurnev Cobb told the board that
to huve uuy effect they would have to
pass an ordinance prohibiting the runiiiuc
of these machines, and the members hied
hack to the mayor s ottice and the follow
ing ordinance was passed:
lie it ordained, 1 hat it shall Ix-unlawful
for any one to run, use or operate
without the consent ol tlie chief ol police
first obtuincd und licence granted, which
consent and licence, or both, revocable at
pleasure, anywhere in the city of Ashe
ville any such machine as that called
flying jennies or revolving hobby horses.
Any person violatinjr this ordinance.
shall on conviction, be fined twenty-five
dollars for each day such machine run or
oerated, and it shall also be stopped by
the chicl of police us a nuisance."
Directly utter the lust meeting City
Clerk Miller wns seen in his oflice. "1
think the whole thing is illegal," he said.
"To pass an ordinance a weeks notice
has to lie given und then it must be voted
on ut a full meeting of the hoard, and the
vote must lie unanimous lor it.
The proprictois of the machine were
tendered the money they hud puid for
meir license nut reluseil to accept it and
will continue to operate it.
Mr. Miller did not vote for the resolu
tion declaring the machine a nuisance
but voted for the ordinance.
THE LADIKs GAVE IT
And of Course It wan the AOalrof
A number of the lady guests at Battery
Park and n few from the city entertained
their gentlemen friends in the ball room
lust evening with a germnn that proved
to be the most successful and enjoyable
social ufl'uir of the season. The room
was tuslily decorated and draped with
flags. The music was furnished by the
hotel orchestra, and nt exactly 12o'clock,
the hour when the dance was closed, a
bouuliful rcpust was enjoyed in the din
ing room. I he gernian wns led by
Messrs. loin Mclke, Lam Wuddcll and
Clarence Murohy. The favors were un
usually hcuulitul and the costumes of the
At the supper two prizes were drawn
lor, one lor ladies, the other for gentle
men. Miss Payne secured the nrst, a
silver spoon, und Mr. Arthur Jenks, the
gentleuinn's, a silver (icncil.
Among others present were:
Misses Annie Williams, Polk, M. Mc
Gregor, McGregor, Jones, Ilclle Mailland,
Nellie Pcnuiman, 1-inke, Orr, Drown,
llraiieh, Cox, Panic, Jordun, liotts,
Marie Ilrown, Alis Connelly, Mac
key, llillups, Merrick, Law, and
thr Misses O'Donuld, and Mes-
d nines II. L. Price, John Child, Dnughty,
Andrew Sinionds, race, I , II. Lyman, A.
J. Lyman, Picrson, Jones, Dunkcrson,
Loxc, and Messrs, liissell, lenks, mciicc,
le'Mi:... i..:....... a u -i.:i.t aii;u
Wuddcll, Ihiukcrson, Doughty. Heck.
Murdoch. Cam Wuddcll. lohn Child, Hcr-
liert Child, Bright, Stcndmnn, Murphy,
Kutterlord, Knvenellc, lenncr, McLoud,
Kinu. Duuuhty, Sinionds, Ashley, Orr,
McGregor, llolcombc, Marks, Fenucr,
VEol'LB TALKED OF.
The Crown Princes of Dcnmnrk is the
tallest Princess in the world. Her height
is announced to Ik six feet three inches.
Mrs. De Maitro, the sister of Robert
Lewis Stevenson, Is a contributor to the
London nuigniines and one of the wits
of the Literary Ludics Dinner Uub.
Miss Stafford, nn old lady of Cottage
City, Martha's Vineyard, who has in
her possession the first flag of Stars and
Stripes luiven to Paul Jones) ever raised
in America, will bring the emblem to
Boston, where it was seen in the big
(,. A. K. parade Wednesday.
Lord Brnssey, the owner of the fa
mous yacht Sunbeam, is engaged to
marry the Hon. Sybil Caicl, a young
woman both accomplished and benuti
fill, and the youngest daughter of the
lute Viscount Maiden. Lord Drasscy is
CI). His first wile died three years ago.
It is safe to say that his future wife will
never entertain the world as pleasantly
ns nis nrsi wne uio.
Mr. Addison Cammack, the well known
broker of New York, started to walk
down the steps of the United States hotel
Inst Thursdny, when he caught his toe in
the edge of the matting at the top step
and stumbled, falling down four steps.
He fell on his stomach and bead, cutting
r gash in his forehead three inches long.
His injuries arc not serious enough to
cause Hint mucn annoyance
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TRADB MARK RBGI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cure) Every Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BL8B.
Has earned ior itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
und reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
ihut common trouble, Hhadacub. The
immense favor which bus greeted it from
ull quurters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which ulmost everyone needs, und
those who huve once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not contain aa atom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious cheniiculB, and cun be tuken by
young und old without tear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disurrunge the stomuch, aud contains
uo uoxiuus or sickening ingredients.
The peculiur udvautuges of Autirui-
gruiue consist in its being thoroughly
rehuble us a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cuuse leaving
uo uupleusunt or uunoyiug alter-ellects,
as in the case uf other so-culled "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most populur aud suleuble urticle in
the murkel. wherever kuown.
DIRECTIONS FOR USB.
The dose lor an udult i two tcaapoonfuls
in a wine gUuta ul' wutcr. iMiae lor children
in proportion, according to age. la cither
uac the dose cun be reptuted every thirty
imuucs until a cure la cuvctcd. One dose will
uiwaya drive away an attiick. of Headache,
taken when urst feeling the premonitory
symptoms; but il the attack la well on. and
sudcrtog is inuuse, the second or third dose
may be required. (Jauully a greater number
ol doeee ia required to effect the first cure
than is needed lor any aueceeding time there
alter, ahowing that the medicine is accumu
lative in its cUecte, tending toward aa event
ual permanent cure.
For sale at
46 A 48 S. MAIN STREET,
Onooalt Bank nf Aaheville,
Dry GooiIh, Fancy Goods,
and Notions, Luce Curtains,
Table LinciiH, Towols, Nai-
kiim, CountcrnancH, White
Goodn, und KinoroidiTk'H at
prime cost. All Domestic
Goods, including Pride of the
VVeHt, Wamsutta, Fruit of
Loom, 44 Cottoim and 104
Sheetings at prime cost.
We call special attention
to our large stock of Em
broidery and Knitting Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk and
Outline Work. All go at
prime cost. Ladies' Muslin
Underwear at cost, Kid
Gloves, Hosiery and Ribbons
at unusually low prices.
Ladies will save money by
attending this special sale.
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