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Asheville Daily Citizen
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VOLUME VI. NO. u7.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in tho
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth
fiilncHH and beauty of
An elevation of M.HOO fH't,
Jt is being laid "t with
taste and skill, with well
gradi! roads and extensive
A desimblo pli for line
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
ilhiKtrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., ?. C.
5 BON MARGHE,
30 South Main St.
; NEW FALL GOODSs
5 ARRIVING DAILY.
Sill S. MAIN 8T., AHIII1VII.I.H,
. is tii a n.c ni
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
. apr IWd .
6WYN & WEST,
knwori to Walter Owjrn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
&4ana Securely Placed mi
CommlMHonrra of Deed..
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, who are coming to Ashevlllr
to Sirnd the Pall and winter.
All thou, who have bonne, to rent .honld
call on n. at once, ai we hue. many applies-
tlona for both fnrnl.hed and unfurnished
houses, which wc art at present nnnl.le to
DEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room A 10, McAfee Block,
an Pat ton Are.. Asheville. . C.
F. A. GRACE,
ThcM are the brand. W our best FLOUR,
the finest of the line, the be.t of all, and I.
especially recommended to thim desiring the
whitest and purest bread. In fact It Is the
cream of ull the wheat Hkimmcd off Intn
We nro have other brandH nnd grades, and
can furnish n good family flour us low ns
$U.no, having secured a lot before ptisstng
Into the hand, of sttcciiliitors.
A. ' D. COOPER.
Two wctiml-lmntl wiikoiis fur mile cfit'np.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comfort,
Blankets, and other goods
for eooler wenthor has juh!
been received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' CapH and Aprons
Tlio largest lot of Chemis?,
downs and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, cheaMr than you cnn
get the material and make
them. Stocking in colors
and Fast Pluck, Wool, Mo
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from lOcts. tof2
a pair. All kinds of Press
Trimmings, Buttons, Lin
ing, i fart our stock of
everything needed to tise or
to wear for Men, Boys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
lierfect, ho that your WANTS
from tho cellar to tho garret
can bo filled at our store at
prices nway below anybody
clso. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Rcnl Estate Brokers,
And lncatnicnt Agent.
Loan, at- urely placed at per cent.
SI4 art I'alton Aeenu. Ilccond Boor.
( Pormerlr of tjrwan Child .
Office No. 1 LK1 Block.
Strictly -Broker HualueM
Loan, aecureljr placed at per cent.
. . ... 1 . . t.. hn.iu wllk
well erninnim r..,ii"i ," ........
rlnarta, . H'lj" location, near car line.
WM. R. KINU,
OF THE ENGINEER CORfS, U S. N.,
I. located In A.hevllle
DranKhtlngofnnjr deiKTlptlon pedally
(lo to Cannichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all times
find 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
domeslie. And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will be filled correct and
tha t you will bo charged 11
low price. Three registered
prcscriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARMICH AFX
No. ao South Malu Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T.C. Smith & Co., Public
Square, Asheville, Finest
Drug Stow in the State.
Heaviest Stock of Drugs
West of the Dlue Kidge,
Largest Buyers ami Lowest
.Sellers. leaders in Prices for
Miles Around. Prescription
Department untNpinlorf in
lvuipincut. Don't Mistake
the Drug Store Corner ()j-
tosite the Court House,
II. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVli.
The IictI trade I. always our ohject. In
order to do thl we are determined to aell (he
lient good, at the shortest profit.. Our pure
Clover Lenf Lard I. a. fine a. cnn lie mailt
we guarantee It to aire .atlsfnctlnn.
Ilur Ham. and llrciikni.t Hainn arc extra
fine try them.
We would alsn advluc you to try uv- New
Nu. I Mackerel, Hue llcrrlnf, Cream Cod
We always keep a frr.h .npply of Fine
Hairy Duller. Iio not mistake thl. for th.
I'lrkln Duller; It la far superior, sweet and
fresh, direct from the dairy.
Our Ohellsk Plour can seldom be equaled
anil never ricitlcd, a. hundred, east' testify
who have used It Air years. Do not fall to
Kve II a trial. Kceetrullv,
POWELL A BNIDKR,
WIIOl.HHALK AND KHTAII. OROCHK",
Cor. Patlon Avenue and Main street.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN T0-DtY.
ANOTHER LIVELY HOUR IN THE
HI'KAHF.R RKICI CAN HKH NKN
' THMI'UH A WALL,
Washington, Sept. t'J. In the house
to-day Mr. O'PctthII, of Virniiiiu, ug
CCHtcd tlmt there wits no itioruin pres
ent, but Speaker Keed wua nltle to count
one and the i !erV. proceeded to rend the
journul. Ontes, of Aliibuma, O'Ferrell
unci Crisp were the onlv democrats in
The journal having lieen rend, Mr.
Crisp objected to its approval and asked
that it be amended ao u to show that
Sicakcr Keed had sustained the point ol
order he had made against the call of the
roll in the Uingston ease.
Mr. liiiiKley of Maine, moved to lay
the amendment on the table.
On a rising vote this motion was car
ried, 140 to two, and Mr. Crisp raised
the point of no quorum.
The speaker counted 104 members pres
ent, a quorum.
Mr. Crisp challenged the correctness ol
this count. 11c asked the speaker to
order tellers to verily the count.
Sjieuker Keed said tlmt he had taken
great pains in the count und had no
doubt ubout its correctness. Mr. liu
ehanan, of New Jersey : "liring in your
men and order tellers."
Speaker Keed said tlmt hewasiuf trmcd
by the doorkeeiers that there were a
dozen democrats in the lobby.
Mr. Crisp retorted that there was no
provision ol the rules under which the
doorkceiers could count a epiorutn.
The Hwiiker declared thul the yens had
it and that the amendment was laid upon
Mr. Crisi "Docs the chair decline to
The Sieaker "The chair docs."
Mr. Chenille rose in protest, but his
voice was drowned in a chorus ol de
mands for the regular order from the re
publicans. Mr. Mckinley ol Ohio, said
he hoKil that the gentleman would I
liermitted lo say a word.
The Scakcr coincided in thishoic. Mi.
l-uiiiston, ol Kansas, inlcrHscd a stren
uous objection, but above the din Mr.
Cheudlc was heard to declare that when
the correctness of the count wus ques
tioned tellers should Ik- appointed.
The siKriikcr stated thul the question
was on the approval ol the journal, and,
the vote being taken, it rcsullcd ltililo a.
IT'tt OR UtiATH.
I'eiiitHylvaiila May o nemocrallc
ana Meure uiw
I'nii.AiiKi.i'iilA. Sent. 10. It is u very
common remark that if the election could
I held to-morrow I'littison would have
n majority of not less than 50,000. This
would lie a remarkable result in u slate
that gave Harrison T'J.-'NO majority only
...... ..... m ...... I...I kiiII mi mure remark
able thun is the present state ol affairs.
M :......, ;l wi..uf .l h situation
. Mil .,.t. v.... ...... ... ;--
I'allison's election seems no less certain
:.. e....M.Ii..r t linn ll' tin. viiti-H were to be
Thi will be brought
alKJiit by the wide-spread revolt against
. I I.K...... P....b I.,. 111.
uimy lu llie ieiiuui...ii i.ii.R- . -
.t.1.i:j .1. : .k:..l. (l.M ilttw u'rnt u
SpiCllOlll .IIUWIII wr.iifct, "
will make of their strcnKtli. Never was
a party more fortunate in its lender than
;.. , i. .in,.urnev of I V-utiMvlvauia in hav
ing ex-Go vcmorl'nttiscm lisitscniididntc.
and rarely nave tne rcpuniicmu nan
hundicaiicd us they arc with Dehunatcr.
Not only his subserviency to ijuay ami
III! vuincruoie rceoro, uui ...
..:.i....i:,.. n...i inn4 miiLi liim about the
vmuiiiitj - -
wcukesl candidate that could have been
liuuy is reaiiy irigiueueu i
.. .. ii.. .. .ll .....L.. cv. rv ellurt to null
Delni'uter through, nnd 'money will be
I1L. ..(!., I, L'i.a hi. imsictv to
BIWIiv itv nM.i. - .... - : . .
get funds lor this purpose and his desire
v i ti-...i.:.. .....I if,!,..
to come oiick iroiu ii r.ttinfc... .. "
. . . .. . t . , l..t
.: ,.. h l.,r.-.. lull. Mllldlul Ol
mill iw umnm. .
... 1 1... .i.i.nitifi.'tiirer. who
so ucnerously assisted him to purchusc
. . . . . ..jut, I Ult.l
Harrison election in i, - p"i.
. I.. I..II r.ainnl mill tluubtlcSS lOI
his ellorts is uhcudy receiving conlribu-
lious to oil tne wiieeis oi m ihhi.hii,v.
ll is u life and death struggle lor Uuny.
THK AKRKMT Oi 1HI.I.ON.
There Wast No Cause for It Appar
ent lo Kverynoar.
London. Sent. 10,-The arrest of the
Irish leaden yesterday Idled a conspicu
nliiec In the newspapers throughout
the United Kingdom tins morning, iu
M,.liinfiiiiti nre Burmiseu lo nc
count lor Secretary llallbur'i sudden
-. ...L. Tl.f. MimmiinPHt one Oil the lltirt
of the'lilierul press is thai its object was
to prevent union nun " wwn Nii n
. ........... AH.nni.ilM.llinilllllH'
to Ainenca uhuuhk hihh .i .tv
nnii RiMivi. iiiu. . ,
The conservatives scout tuc niea mui
Halfour could have acted from such u
...,ll motive. Thcv sec ill Ins urcscnt
....i;.. n i,iiil,lf cifort to tirevent the re
currcncc of disorder in Ireland. On the
..1...1. ...,Hin-i. the imoreaaion mat tuc
, ....l.lu. miiiiifiii i. so fur
prcnoiiiiH.mi . .......
extremely donbtiul of the wisdom or ex-
.u.,l.n.li.W 111 1111. lilll L-l IllllVllV ,UUI Ffc ...
I"-" ' "
M. C. RUM III.ICANH.
They Meet and Adopt a Platform
t'lllllA. Sent. 10. The rcnublicnn
state conveiition to-day elected internal
revenue collector wcusicr, cuairiniin oi
tUC Stale executive uimmiiin, ire ("in-
lorni ut" ,. y
tion and Speaker Keed course, calls for
the passage of the Hlnir educational bill
.' .... I ...I.... I.w. I. .11 nM.I .M.Il.rMM
ami oi tuc i.ouk1- ""(
South Cnrolinn's educulio;ial system
The Rankraplcy BUI.
Washington, Sept. 10. The senate be-
unn work to-day with a discussion of
Senator Plumb's resolution to recommit
the bankruptcy bill to tin committee
ini rni'i inn. to brinur In a bill to lit)
ply to voluntary, bankruptcy only.
I'liiced on the calendar without action,
u MM,,i,i..tf.rl in billa on the cnlcndnr
were taken up. and among those pussed
was the house bill to discontinue the
coinage of $3 and $1 gold pieces and 3
cent nicxei picw.
fliey uo Down In the
London, Sept. 19. Advices from Hier-
gio state that tbc Turkish man-of-war
Brtogrnul has foundered at sea, und
that 000 ol her crew were drowned.
The Brtogroul wns a wooden frigate,
built us a cruiser of 2,344 tons displace
ments. She mounted forty-one guns of
small calibre, ami was built in 18(13. Os-
mnn I'ashit and Ali Pasha, envoys ol the
sultan to the emperor of Japan, were
passengers on the Ertogroul und were
IT WII.I. PROIIARI.r RK ON
The Conference Committee Re
port (slow ProgressTo-Daj The
Metal ttchedule Ih the Mtlckluit
Point Not a Democratic Con
tent. Washington, Sept. 10. The confer-
uee on the tariff bill this morning did
not touch upon sugar, binding twine or
the tariff, ll is said the metal schedule
really the principal obstacle to an
igrecmcnt by the republican conferees,
the senate conferees insisting on its
amendments lowering the duties and the
house conferees insisting on the restora
tion of duties in the bill as it passed the
It is said that the sugar schedule has
been agreed to by the republicans, but
formal action is withheld until other
matters of difference are compromised.
The general belief is now that the con
ferees will hold their final session on
Monday and thul congress will adjourn
about u week later.
RKPORT OFTHK jl'HV,
Ramaices) and HeuenlH Amhcswcu
on Mouth Main and KaKle Hla.
The jury on the widening of South
Main street to a width of fiU feet from
Soutlisidc avenue to the city limits for
the purjiosc of giving room to the street
railway, nnd on the widening of Ivagle
alreel, have made their reiHirt. It will
e considered by the board of aldermen
to-night. It is understood that there is
onsiilcrable dbantisfnclion among the
iropcrty ownersnlong South Main street
is to the result of the jury's iuvestiga-
ions. One of the proH-rty owners put
t in this slin)K.': "I don't like to give a
iig part of my lot to the city and in ad
lition pay them what the rest of the lot
is worth lor having the street widened."
The report of the jury shows damages
mil Iwnelils assessed 'igaiust the prop
rty as for the following:
SOI'TII MAIN STKIiKT.
Mm. M, M. Orr
K. 1. Voungblood
0. W. I'mk ,
S. Ii, lirwin 4110.00
I.' (iarrctt 1011.00
W. I". Davidson
P. A. Panning
A. 0. West
" " " guardian
II. C. Hunt. on land between II.
Wright and J. lilasgow 300.1111
A. Israel 200.00
Mrs. S. E. Buchanan 2.000.00
Asheville Park and Hotel Co... 0,300.00
W. W. McDowell 505.00
The nroncrtv of Mrs. Smith and J.
l-'rndv and one hall of the Patton lot is
neither damaged or benefitted.
Thereuort on Untile street snow tne
following proiKrty damaged and Ikiic
littcd. RAGI.K STMKKT DAMAC.I-S.
H. Denver $1,500.0(1
Delia Loyd 150.00
I-ots 72. 71. 60. 00. 59, 58, 57, 5(1, 56.
54, 43, 44, 45, 40, 47, 4H, 40, 50, 17, 1.
15,14,13,12, 11, 10, ol 1'carson pint
one dollar oer front foot $0i3.
The laud ot the lolllowing persons is
also benefitted oncdollar per front loot.
T. D. lo hnston V rm.iiii
T. F. Davidson 147.00
County Jail 74.00
lilectric Lt. and Power Co 195.00
A. Freck 30.00
W. M. Cocke, ir 200.00
Whom Will They Kill.
Pakis, Sept. 19. France has entered
into a contract to supply the Russian
government with nn enormous number
of rifles. According to the terms of the
contract ritio.iiiin ol tnrse weapons win
lie riibvered within eighteen months.
TRUE ' lMI'OKTA.XT.
Walter Brcm was in Morgnnton day
before yesterday, and brought buck with
him a bunch of griiics that hnd on it
four hundred and twenty-live riiiegraiies.
The grape is of the "Palestine," or
"grape of F.schol," variety, and the vine
owned bv Mr. Clnvwcll at Morgnnton
is the onlv one in this part of thcconntry
so Inr as is known. Mr. Brcm nys he
tins seen bunches of graiies from this vine
tlmt were 2(Mi inches long. Charlotte
Mr. J. W. Swift is brnggingtlint lie has
a second crop of grills neurly rin.
Mr. Thos. loncs, of this county owns a
dog that he iiiis taught to assist him in
wormins tobacco. The dog, he soys,
docs his work accurately and seems lo
take a delight in assisting him.
Mr. 11. A. Reams has a cherry tree on
his home place that is now in bloom, and
for the second time this year, the blos
soms are litrize and full, and if nn early
(ntmt Hni. tint pntch them out late some
;,.i,i h. will he rntinu the second
growth of cherries in a few weeks. Dur-
THEY MEET OX THE STUMP,
CRAWFORD1 AND KWAHT'S
TIiIm Announcement Hliould Draw
HliC Crowds and llrliiK Ihe Dem
ocracy of Ihe Old Ninth lo the
W. T. Crawford anil II. (i.Kwnrl, dem
ocratic and republican nominees resee
tively for representatives to congress
from the ninth district will have joint
debutes as follows:
Webster, Monday, Sept. 22(1.
Hurnsville, Wednesday, Sept. 24th.
Bukersville, Thursday, Sept. 25th.
Spruce Pine, l'ridny, Sept. 2(th.
Marion, Saturday, Sept. 27th.
Old Fort, Monday, Sept. 2'.llli.
Dysnrtsvillc, Tuesday, Sept. 30th.
Logan's Store, Wednesday, Oct. 1st.
Kutherfordton, Thursday, (let. 2d.
Haines' Store, Fridav, Oct. 3d.
McParlund's, Saturday, Oct. 4th.
Saluda, Mouduv, Oct. Oth.
Hender8onvillc, Tuesday, Oct. 7th.
Brevard, Wednesday, Oct. 8th.
Mills Kiver, Thursday, Oct. Oth.
Pigeon Kiver, Friday, Oct. loth.
Fines Creek, Saturday, Oct. 1 1th.
Wnynesvillc, Monday, Oct. 13th.
Cherokee, Tuesday, Oct. 14th.
Brysoii City, Wednesday, Oct. 15th.
Kobbiiisville, Thursday, Oct. lU'.h.
Murphy, Friday, Oct. 17th.
Hayesville, Saturday, Oct. Kith.
Aipione, Monday, Oct. 20th.
Franklin, Tuesday, (let. 21st.
Highlands, Wednesday, Oct. 22(1.
Hamburgh, Thursday, Oct. 23d.
Candler, Saturday, Oct. 25tb.
Leicester, Monday, Oct. 27th.
Sandy Mush, Tuesday, Oct. 2Kth.
Spring Creek, Wednesday, Oct. 20lh.
Marshall, Thursday, Oct. 30th.
Weaverville, Friday, Oct. 31st.
Asheville, Saturday, Nov. 1st.
If cither should be unable to meet the
appointments he will have a representa
tive. The sinking will begin promptly at
TUKI'I.I. II K THKRK,
A Full Meetlnii oflhe Hoard of Al
It is likely that there wilt be a full meet
ing ol the board of aldermen to-night as
all of the members of the board have sig
nified to Thk CmzK.N to-day their inten
tion to be present.
That and Ihe River and Harbor
Washington, Sept. 19. The president
signed the anti-lottery and the river and
harbor bills ut Cresson, Pu., to-day.
To llrliiK the Moon Near.
Hum, is, Sept. 19. The lens for the big
tclcscoK.' at the 1'niversity of southern
California, which recently urrived in this
iiuiilrv. was unpacked liy Mr. Alva l.
Clark, the veteran telescoiie maker. The
glass was in good condition nnd the fin
ishing touches will be begun at once.
t will take about three years to finish
the work. The lens is 3 feet 4 inches in
diameter, 2'i inches thick ut the centre,
and 1 Vi inches thick at the edge. It rep
rcsents twelve month s work now, anil
when finished will represent a value ol
Thirty Acren and a Mule.
Anniston, Aln., Sept. 19. The negroes
of the seventh congressional district met
in this city recently to devise means ol
bettering the negroes' condition in the
south. Many resolutions were offered,
but the one which caught the majority
of the delegates was a ictition to con
gress asking that the government make
every married negro a present of a good
inrin, well stocked, und advance money
to run it one year.
Chicago, Sept. 19. A pledge of $1.-
000,000 to the new university of Chicago
was conveyed to the trustees of the in
stitution to-day in u letter from John D
Kockafeller, who has already given to
the university $l!00,000.
To Visit a Queen,
Pakis, Sent. 19. lt isstutcd that Prce-
dent Caruot is exiccted to visit (Juccn
ictona at indsor next spring.
Dion llouclcault Dead.
Nhw Vokk. Sept. 19. Dion Iloucicniill
died last night alter a lingering illness,
AI I WIUS OF CONSEOl l-SCE.
The Austrian warship Taurus, which
was reported to hnve foundered in the
11KICK sen, nns nrrivro ni loiisuiiiuim
pie with her boilers damaged.
Chairman Flower, of the dcnuxTntic
congressional campaign committee, is
experiencing dilliculty in raising cam
The agricultural population In Ohio
shows a marked decrease, due, it
thought, to migration to cities mid to
tar western stales.
The United States senate has passed
n joint resolution appropriating $50,iHK)
tor a new site lor the Lntavetie statue.
liightv private tension hills were passed
111 me sennic l illirsiliiy ill uuny uniiiuca,
It is said three ol the men arrested for
wrecking the Montreal .express tram
K. Gardner Chase & Co., bankers nnr
brokers, of Boston, have failed with lia
bilities of $2,0110,000.
In a sermon in Lynchburg Kcv. Sum
loncs, denounced in severe terms the
managers oi tuc Louisiana lottery.
Six captains of the twenty-second New
York reiiinicut have Ih-cii arrested on
charges of conspiracy preferred by the
The total rninlall in New York for the
eiL-lit (lavs ending Wednesday night when
the ruin ended, was (1.0(1 inches, one of
the heaviest on record.
The public schools ol New York arc In'
adequate to aceiimmodute the pupils an-
plyiug,l5,(iiMiciiiuircn Having neen turned
nway lor lack oi room, anu tne instruc
tion l. un.llliBiiiciuryi
Robbers tunneled under the vault of the
hank at Dallas, Ore., Monday night, and
blew the vault open. The amount taken
is in the neighborhood of $10,000. There
i B uv cmc w iwuimh
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAUB MARK RBOISTBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures) F.very Variety of Headache
AND NOTHING BI.BB.
Has earned for itself
niimiuiininL the envmUe reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article u. tbc market for the
speedy relief and cure of every yariety of
that common trouble, Headache. The
immense fuvor which ha greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It if some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have 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 an atom oi
cither ol these. It is absolutely tree from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young uud old without fear or serious
results. It is nc a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
uo noxious or sickening ingredient.
The peculiar advantage of Antimi
graine consist in it being thoroughly
rcliuble as a cure for any kind of bead
ache without respect to ex. Bsc leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after -effecta.
us in tbc case of other so-called "barm-
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most populur and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
DIRIU...ON8 POR USB.
The due. for an adult U two teaapoonful.
In a wine alas, of water. Uom forchildrea
proportion, according to age. la either
case the diae can be repeated every thirty
tninue. nntil a cure i. cflcetcO. One done will
alway. drive away an attack of Headache,
If taken when first feeling the premonitory
symptom.; but u tbc attack la well on. and
suffering I. intense, the second or third doee
may be required. Usually a greater number
of doses i. required to effect the Ant cure
than i. needed lor any succeeding time there
after, .bowing that the medicine I. accumu
lative la lu eircet., tending toward an event
ual permanent cure
For sale at
46 48 S. MAIN STREET,
Oppcwite Bank of AabCTlllc.
Dry OoodH, Fancy Goods,
and NotioiiH, Lace Curtains,
Tablo LinciiH, TowoIh, Nui-
kiiin, CountcriiancH, White
Joods, and 1'nibroidorios nt
iriino cost. All Domestic
(Joods, including Pride of the
West, Wamsutta, Fruit of
Loom, 4-4 Cottons and 10-4
Sheetings nt prime cost.
We call sptH-ial 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.
P, o. 1101
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