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Asheville Daily Citizen
I FOR RENTES, AND FORSALeI
AT - - THIS
Not exceeding three line.,
due Time, SIS cent. Three Timet, SO cent.
Six Time, 78 cent.
C. PER HVNORV.D,
VOLUME VI. NO. 114.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping oh n
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for lionlth
fulnesH and beauty of
An elevation of 8,800 feet,
It in beinj? laid out with
taste and skill, with well
irrwled roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A wood opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated niunnlili't, ad-
LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LlnvlUe, Mitchell Co., N. C.
30 South Main St.
NEW FALL G000S2
32 a. MAIN BT., AaHUVILLB,
1. Til I'Ltc a ro
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
apr 1 d
t REAL ESTATE.
? WaLTBrrTowvir"" VY. W. WT,
svmi & WEST,
gacceaaora to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Securely Placed at
Notary Public, ' Commlrion.r olUeeda.
OFFICK atourthoaust Court qtmro.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, who are coming to Aahevllle
to end the Hall and Winter.
All thoM who have house, to rent ahould
1I ... Ma a. mhm -- mtm kiiv. M.H. MIltlrB.
'''V tlon. fur both furnl.hed and unfurnl.heil
t V ' .v ' house, which we an at vrcacnt unable
0 JUNKS Jk JKNKS,
- 'HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
j Room 9 Aio, McAfee Block,
' - a Putton Ave., A.hevllle. N. C.
v F. A. GRACE,
Thcae are the brand, of our beat FLOUR,
the lineal of the Bne. the lieat of all, and
caiwclally recommended to thoM de.iring the
whitc.t and purest bread. In fact It I. the
cream of all the wheat akimmed off into
We aro have other brand, and grade., and
can furnish a good family flour a. lew
f 'J.S11, having aecurrd a lot before punting
into the hand, of .peculator..
A. D. COOPER.
Two rvnd-hnd wnjrotiR for hIc chvup.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comfort,
Illankets, and other goods
for cooler weather has just
been received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
Thehirgest lot of Chemise,
Gowns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, chenjier than you cun
get the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fast Mack, Wool, Me
rino, Union, ljiHle lliraui,
and Silk, from 10 ct. to f 2
a pair. All kiwis 01 j'l-ess
Trimmings, Muttons, Lin
ings, in fact our stock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men, Roys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
lcrfect, so that your WANTS
from the cellar to the garret
can bo filled at our store at
prices nwny lielow anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Ettlatc Brokers,
And Invctincnt Agent.
Loan, at urely placed at per cent.
a a I'atloa Avenue
(Formerly of Lymaa Child,.
Ofllce No. 1 Vrgml Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Buaineaa
Loan, arearely placed at per ml,
At ID, Chestnut .trreti large hone with
wrll vrntllntrd room., hot and enld hath,
cIihmU, Nie. Mian location, near ear line.
' WM. R. KINO,
OF THE ENOINEER CORPS, U S. N.,
1 located hi Aaheelllc aad will practice
Drauahtlna of any deacrtDtloa .perlalty.
p. . tin. aJa.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
And a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
that you will bo charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CAR MICH A FX
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
II. REDWOOD & CO.
79 PATTON AVE.
Scarr'H Fruit Preservative
'op keeping fresh fruits, to
matoes, corn, ivc. without
he uuo of scaled or air-tight
cans, t ruit juice, cider, &c,
can be perfectly preserved by
using this powder. Theonly
care required is to select good
sound fruit, not too riiie,
then follow directions. This
owdor is very cheap, and
the canning very little
trouble perfectly harmless.
Cach package preserves 20
pounds of fruit or 30 pints
of fruit juice. 25 vnts er
uck age, 5 packages for one
lollnr. Sold in Asheville by
T.C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists. DO YOU KNOW
A good thing when you are It f If .0 call at
POWELL J SNIDER S
And esamin their An aaaortment of Preach
Cracker., eon.l.llng In part of
Fancy Tea Cake,
Hodn Meruit., ftc.
Thene are alwoliilely freah and nice
UiHida, W alao dealr to call your alien-
Una to ear wrll arlecied atock of PANCV
OROCHRIlia, of which w make a .erlally,
We an offering BIO BANDAINI In Mtaplc a.
well Pancy Orortrlea, a large proportloa
of wkleh we are coa.tantlr reatwlng direct
from the manufacturer. Thla Inaurca you
perfectly freah and whulewim gooil. at
price that we guarantee to he a. low a. they
raa be bought In any market.
Cor. I'attoa Avenue and Mala atrnt.
THE JEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
SENATE TARIFF AMENDMENTS
THK CASK OF MR. KKNNIvOV
COHEN I I AI1AIN.
Wawiinoton, Sept. 10 In the house
yesterday nl'tcrnoon Mr. Vnux, of I'emi.
aylvimin, suid he wanted the (leople to
underHtnnd that tree speech waa );(ine i
the house. Talk about a bill for a frc
ballot and fair count ; the majority had
better pass a bill KiviiiK free 8cceh to the
Iienple's representatives which had Iwc
taken awnv by the misrule under whic
the house was eovcrncd. He wanted
the people to understand that the in lie
ent right of a representative to sieak for
his constituents had been taken away
trom him. The tnnll bill was u matter
of general interest yet, but two hours
were given to 11 discussion of forty sen
ate amendments, lieoausc the majority
wanted to shield ttselt. tie wished t
say to the farmer :niid laborer that his
bill was a cheat. Two thousand ieoplc
were enricncii ny the taritl Dili, and till
(KM) were impoverished. The maturity
Ix-lievcd in every trust save one, trust in
11 righteous and just Uod.
Mr. Mchliulcv snid if the committee on
rules had erred in reporting the rcsolu
lion, it had erred 111 giving too much
time tor clelintc.
The senate amendments were 11011 con
curred in 12(1 to K2.
Mr. linloc then called up his resolution
in regard to Mr. Kennedy s speech on
ncpicmucr .1, nun penning aeiion, ine
House, on motion ol Air. McNnilcy, nil
In the house to-day. on motion of Mr.
Taylor, of Tennessee, the senate bill was
passed lor the relict of Admiral S. I'. Car-
On moton of Mr. Hotik, of Tennessee
the senate hill was passed authorizing
the construction ol a lirulgc across the
Icnncsscc river at Knoxvillc.
On motion of Mr. Lester, of Cicoruia. a
mil was passed nutlioriKing the construe
tion of 11 bridge across the Altninahi
The house then nriHceded to considern
turn of the hnloc resolution relative to
condensing Mr. Kennedy's speech the
liendiug iueslion being on the point ol
rucr ti;miiiii inc rcnuilllioil rniseil llaV
Mr. Grosvenor, ol'tlhio, to the cllcct thai
the resolution should have been intro
duced, il at all, when Mr. Kennedy de
livered his 8iccch.
IH Quay lo Speak ?
Washington, Sept. 1(1. It is said thai
Senator (Juay is preparing to reply to
he Kennedy siiecch, and that it is tu the
line of a vindicncion of himself. Whether
it proves to be a satisfactory vindication
or not, bit enemies will probably con
tinue their efforts to force him from the
national committee. If they succeed, J.
& Clarksoa will at once succeed him.
Four Cars of Uullloii,
CllATTANoiM-.A.Scpt. 10. There passed
through Chattanooga yesterday on the
Queen and Crescent, four cars loaded
with silver bullion. The shipment con
sisted ol 80,1100 pounds of bullion from
the United states mint at riulndciriliia
to the mint at New Orleans, where it
will be turned into coin of the realm.
Bought a Huge Tract oil.niicl.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 10. Mr.
William Siccht and Gustnve Hanger, ol
New York, have purchased 7011,111111 acres
in "No Man's Land," Texas, and .".o,-
000 acre more in northwestern Texas,
making a total of 1, 2.-10,000 acres, for
he purpose ol renting to cattlemen as
Mhata Out the Colored Mini.
IIai.TimohK, Sept. 10. The Maryland
w school has determined thul it will
admit no more colored students. A nuin
Iwr of students had left school and oth
ers hud refused to enter liecaunc of the
resence of two colored men.
Lei every Ikmocrntntteml thr meeting
of (Ac I'. A, '. C. at the court muse to-
SOUTH CAROLISA I'nl.KS.
Mr. M. C 8. Cherry told the Green-
illc Reflector a good one not long since.
He says that on Cherry Lane, near his
place, lives a colored man ol the name of
snac Matnn. 1111s colored man has
hrce children, the name of the first Ik inu
'el All. of the second Will Have II. and
ol the third, Save All. There is a kind of
wnrlare between Get All and Will Have
It for the possession of whatever comes
along, anil while they are scrambling
save All sinkes uwny wit 11 it.
Dr. John McDonald, of Washington, N.
., a lending physician, who was carried
home sick from Cleveland Springs, is
dead. He wus a mini of commanding
Our young and gifted friend, Mr. John
W. Haves, jr.. of ( Ixliird, has a briuhl il
lustrated article in (luting InrSrptcmlicr,
entitled "Hunting AiiIcIoiks lin.t of the
Kockies" One ol the illustrations is by
himself. He is one of the voimg Caro
linians abroad with decided talents.
Our (nlriitrd lownswonmu. Mis. Mnrv
Jones llcnll, who has won for herself
sucti 1111 cnviiiiiic reputation as an artist.
has completed and sIiin;iI till to New
Vurk n number of pieces of beautiful
tniestry painting exceedingly difficult
work executed to theordrrofa wealthy
lady in New Vork. Miss lleiill'i great
talent has lecoine very remunerative.
John C. Miller, of Goldsboro, has been
elected to n professorship in the deaf,
dumb and blind institution nt Kulcigh.
Professor V. II. Ilendren has accepted
position as principal of the Dillsborn
academy in Jackson county. Winston
Senntnr Vnnce, Conaressmnn Hcndcr-
n. 1.8. Cnrr. Dr. II. II. Ilattle, Col.
lohn Kohinson and others will sneak nt
the Newton fair which lrginsonthc Willi
Inst, and closes on the 4th prox.
devout Methodist divine, who Is
also a farmer and n member of the alli
ance, in a private letter to the editor ol
the Knlrigh Chronicle says, "Our dciend
enceis: First, in God. Second, in the
truth of democracy, and Thirdly, In Zcb
Don't Get Aahevllle In the Clutch
of an "Kxclualve."
Chicago, Sept. 10. A bill to forfeit the
charters of the Chicago Gas Light & Coke
company, the l'eoplc's Gas Light & Coke
company, the Consumer's Gas, Fuel &
Gns Light company, Consumer's Gas
company, and Iviiuitable Gas Light com
pany, was tiled this forenoon in the cir
cuit court clerk's office bv corporation
counsel Hutchitisin behull of the city as
The charge is that they illegally com
bined under the title of the Chicago Gas
trust, the name ol which wassuuscicutly
changed to the Chicago Gas company,
for the purpose ol suppressing competi
tion nitd creating a monopoly, with the
result that city and individual consumers
are charged exorbitant rates lor gas.
The court is asked to forfeit the charters
granted by the city lo four companies.
THF. AI.HAMIIMA HVKNINO.
One of the Motahle Htrueturea of
Maiikiii, Sept. 10. Fire broke out nl
10 o'clock last night in the palace of the
Alhamliia, the ancient Moorish citadel
in Grenada, and at 7 o'clock this morn
ing was still burning. Great damage
has been done. -
The Alhambru is one of the most nota
ble structures in the world nml.sucl, was
its beauty, that it has liccti preserved by
Spain as 11 work of art.
lt every Demm-rut utteml the meeting
of the M. I). C. nt the court house to
40,000 world nt ItralHH.
Pllli.ADKl.PiUA, Sept. 10. The board ot
managers of the Philadelphia and Kcad-
nil Kailroad have decided to increase the
salary of President and General Manager
A. A.'McLcod to $40,000. This amount
is said to be the largest paid to a railway
Itieial 111 the I lilted Mates, with the ex
ception ol Channel'' M. Hcih.'w, of the
New V ork Central, who it is said gels
IncrenHed WugcK (.ranted.
SoTI'HAMI'TiiN, ling., Sept. 15. Large
rowtls of dock laborers assembled out
side the dock gates this morning waiting
lo resume work. I lie union royal man
Icaiushiii companies which were the last
to hold out against the demands ol the
men this morning announced that
reused waucs would lie uraulcd all
The World's) Fair.
Chicago, Sept. 111. Lust niuht Un
ity council passed almost iiiiaiiiniouslv
he amended ordniaci' desired bv thc
World's fair directors allowiiu; the use 01
much or little ol the hike Iroui as may lie
ctpnrcil lor llie purpose ol the fair.
F.lecllonn In llrarll.
Km Iaxi iko. Sept. Ki. Elections for
incuilters of the constituent assembly
passed oil' ipiietly. Among the Camil
la tcs returned are ministers llocnviirn,
tlveericro ami Vauilcrpaltx and cx-iiiiu-
istcrs l.adario and Sauctivcndcl.
The (ieoritla Cotton Crop.
Atlanta, Sept. 10. Kuins since the
first ot August have made a vast iliflcr-
ence in the cotton crop and the present
outlook is that in Georgia it will be nl
least 2 kt cent, short.
K. K. Hamllton'a F.nd.
Lot ISVI1.I.R, Ky Sept. 10. Dr. J. O.
Green arrived here last night. He cou-
rms the truth ot the findinc of Kolwrt
Kay Hamilton's liody in Snake river.
VOl A TIC A L I' HXTERS,
Forsyth county democrats nominated
W. II. Shcphnrd for the house.
Person county democrats instructed
their nominee to I he house, Maj. J. T.
anccy, to vole lor a nee.
W. X. Rose, jr., has been nominated for
he state senate by the olinstott county
inocrncy in place ol J. II. I'ou, who dc-
liucd to run.
The McDowell democratic convention
endorsed Vance anil nominated the fol
lowing: J. W. Hiddix, F.sii., for the legis
lature; II. H. Price, siiK'rior court clerk;
William McCurrv, register of deeds :Capt.
George II. Giirdin, sheriff; . II. Ilurgiu,
surveyor; J. L. McCoy, coroner.
Alison and I 'nion counties have nomi
nated as senator from the twenty-seventh
senatorial district Geo. C. McLurty. Mr.
Mel. arty made a short speech, saying be
ouiil do all in Ins Hiwer to re-elect
(lid .cli." Al ihi hats were thrown up
and tanners and merchant, alike rent the
air wit h"llur.i!as"andslioutsol' "Good!"
Senator Vance arrived in GoldslHiro
riduy evening direct from Washington
and received a gratifying ovation. At 'J
clock on Miturday lie I Kg a a to address
large nsscmniaKc oi ciiimtii. iroui a
and in the courtyard, lie siMikc lor an
hour and lorty minutes, ami then the
H?nplc were not tired out, but shouted
"goon, goon!" He sHke on the issues
ol the day.
At the Moore county convention, says
the Joncsboro Under, Mr. li. J. Har
rington's name was mentioned lor the
house of representatives. He, living in
Pocket township, arose ami snid: "Mr,
Chnirinan, I would ask my friend lo
please withdraw my name, Il would
never do to take two' men out of n little
pocket. You nave just nominated Cupt.
Wilcox, of my township, for senator.
Just let me stay al home and gather my
big crop of corn, play with Katieand the
children, ami vole the democratic ticket
this fall, and I'll Ik happy."
The Kulcigh Progressive Farmer of
this week contains the following:
In a spirit of fairness we make
the following proposition to Senntnr
Vance. The Progressive Farmer will give
him from two to three columns ol space
tcr week, so long as he may elect to use il,
to show that Ins position and that of the
American congress on the sub-treasury
bill has been proper and right. In nil this
controversy we have done only what
was our plain but painful duly. We
yield la no one in admiration of the pub
lic lile and service of Stun tor Vance.
That we have shown our regard for him
personally and nllicinlly, throughout the
controversv, nnd even under the most
trying provocation, we npiwnl to the
column of thi pnier to testify, Should
the above proposition to Senator Vance
lie declined, the Progressive Fnrnirr is
done with the matter, unless It be forced
THE FORCE HILL AGAIN
MAY III-; AKi
HarrlHon Particularly Wants the
Federal .election Hill I'UHxc-d
Koullne llualueNH Done at Crea
Crissson Si-kings, Ph., Sept. 10. Tli
president transacted considerable busi
ness this morning mainly of a routine
character. Mr. G. W. Boyd, of the I 'enn
sylvania railroad, has placed Vice-Presi
dent Thomson's private cur at President
Harrison's disposal during his stay here
It will be used in making short trips to
many points of interest in this vicinity.
The curly adjournment of congress wi
shorten the president's vacation as it is
Ins purpose to Ik in Washington during
the closing ol the session.
Itilorinntion wus received here thi
morning of the sudden death nt John
siown, rn., 01 iims. maimer link, one
of the legal representatives of the I'enn
There is reason to lielicvc that thepres
ident is seriously considering the ndvisn
ulily of culling an extra session of con
grcss with the view to to an earlier con
sideration ot the federal election bill. The
pr'sident is known to lw smviidly inter
ested in llic passage of the election bill
and probably would feel justified in call
mg nn extra session for its consideration
ami such others of the important mcas.
arcs now H.'iidiug ns may not Indisposed
ot at this session.
Ict every Democrnt attend the meet
ittguf the V. M. U. C. ut the court house
Killed lly I'.lectrlelly In Full View
Ni:v Vokk, Sept. 10. An electric light
lineman named Knpp was killed last night
by the electric fluid on wires he was band
ung as ne niing suspended in the air in
Ironl ol the Park theatre, in full view ol
the audience which was passing out oi
The case was attended with all the
tragic features which have characterized
similar occurrences heretofore, with the
addition that the accident occurred in
plain view of multitudes of pleasure-
A (70.UO0 HTKAI.
That lair the I'ncls Are an Htated
In Thin ItlNpatch.
Hi iston, Sept. 1(1. Waller Potter and
W. D. Lovcll, of the firmol Potter, Lovell
oi Co., has Ihtii arrested on warrants
charging them with cinlRvzlcmcnl and
The complaint is made by Charles
Kichnnlsoii, of Philadelphia, presi
dent of the lidge Hill Furnace compa
ny. It alleges cmlie7.lcmrnt and lar
ceny of $"0,1 100 .worth ot the bonds ol
the lidge Hill Furnace company.
1. 0. 0. F. In Topekn,
Tol'KKA, Kan., Sept. 10. Thedclcgntcs
to the Sixty-sixth nniitial session of tin
sovereign grand lodge I. O. O. F., which
convened here yesterday and will con
tinue in session during the week, arc ar
riving on every train. Grand Sire l iidcr
wood ol Columbus, Ohio, arrived yester
day. The Virginia representatives were
the first to urrivc from the South, At
S. HO o'clock n procession was formed nt
Tenth and Kansas avenue and proceeded
to the Grand (hicra house where the
oH.'iiing exercises were conducted,
Fire I.ohh of 130,000.
Lvnciiiu'ki;, Va Scut. 10. Laslniuht
lire was discovered in the battery room
ol the Western I'nion Tclcgraphc moc nul
spread so rapidly that nothing wassa veil
U'lougiiig to ihcnflicc. Thellaiiii'souickly
sprrnd to adjoining buildings mid null ol
the block was destroyed. The estimated
total loss 111 buildings and stock will
umotint to l.o,ooo.
An Affray lic-lwccii Mnllroad Men.
Joe Stiddcrlh and Monroe llumgarner
Ihtiiuic engaged in n ipiarrcl in the bar
room at llic Glen Kock hotel last night
and the former received several seven'
blows oil his skull with 11 billiard cue.
The men are both employes ol the W. N.
C. railroad, Suddcrlh Iwing a night
watchman at the yard here and Hum-
garner a locomotivelireman. Suddcrth is
seriously injured, ami Dr. Justice says his
condition is very critical. The injured
man was taken to the home of his
mother near the dciKit. Hiimgariier left
lust night on his regular run.
mtmhs 7i 'cox i'jji -nxai.
Diphtheria is epidemic in IVrlin, and
there are numerous cases of typhoid
French warship bombarded several
villain- in the Society Islands, nnd alter-
ward the marine landed and laid waste
John Dillon, M. P.. is to k subiHiennrd
to iipH'iir as a witness in the Parnell
O'Sline divorce suit, which will interfere
with his proM)scd tour in America.
Mr. McGrnth, a nicm1cr of the Na
tional league, was murdered in llulliu-
gurry by miner who resented his shelter
ing nn evicted tenant farmer with whom
Diligent search is licing made in France
lor the heart of M. GnmlH'tta, which was
removed from the body after death and
scut to M llcrt who died in the far east
leaving 110 meuiorandtitil as lo where
the heart can lie found.
Kobrrt Kay Hamilton, of New York.
was drowned in the Yellowstone Park in
It is now thought certain that Senator
McAlcrr will gel the democratic nomina
tion to succeed Vnux in Kuudnll'i old
I Pa.) district.
A mass meeting of New York Kniulit
of Labor passed resolution against Mr.
lieiKW, in lavnr oi Mate nrmtrntion nnd
government control of railroad proicrty.
The report of thccommlttec on temper
ance of the constitutional convention of
Mississippi, say it is impracticable to
hring the subject of cither liquor traffic
or prohibition before tlx convention.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAIIli MARK RBGI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Curctt Kvery Variety of Headache
AND NUTIIINU HL.SU. .
Has earned ior itself
the enviable rcputa-
lion of being the finest, most effective
md reliable article iu the market for the
speedy relief und cure of every variety of
that common trouble, HiiADACHK. The
inniciisc favor which has greeted it from
all ijuuriera, proves its true merit and
icveptubilily to the public. It is some
thing which almost eyeryonenecd, und
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it doc not dc-
licnd upon the subtle inlluences of such
poisonous drugs us
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not coutuin an atom of
ithcr ol these. It is absolutely free from
ujurious chemicals, and cun be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It i not a Cathurtic. does not
liisarruugc the stomach, and contain
uo noxious or sickening ingredients.
The K-culiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist iu iu being thoroughly
reliable as u cure for uny kind of heud-
ichc without resHvl to cause leaving;
no unpleasant or annoying after-chccls,
is iu the cuse of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular und sulcuhlc article in
the market, wherever known.
Ill RUCTIONS FOR U8B.
The dose for an adult U two tca.poonful
n a wiuc glauof water. Dose lor children
pruportiun, according to age. la cither
use llic due cun be repeated every thirty
luinuc. until a cure i. rltcctrd. Une aoae will
ulwuy. Urle away an attack of Headache,
iu.cn wiicn nrst reeling the premonitory
ayniutunia; hut if the n I tuck I. wcU 00, and
lulliriuu i illicitae, the second or third doac
ay lie required. I'.uully a greater number
of dim i. required to effect the Ant cure
inuu i. needed lor any .uccceding time there
after, ahuwing that the medicine i accumu
lative In Its 1 litem, tending toward an event
ual iNrrmiincnl cure.
Pur sale ut
46 & 48 . MAIN STREET,
Oppcxlte Bank of Aahevllle
Dry Oootls, Fancy GooiIh,
lid Notions, Lneo CurtninH,
"able Linens, Towels, Hnt-
ins, (on n tenia ties, White
h. a ml I'jiilii'ouIci'icH at
nine cost. All Domestic
ooils, incliidiiiLy I'ritle of tho
West, Wainsutta, Fruit of
iooni, 44 CottoiiH ant 104
Slieetinn's at. prime cost.
Wo call special ntUntion
o our larirt stock of Km-
roidery and Kniltiiitr Silk.
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk nnd
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attending this special sale.