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T A naner advertiacmsc' sets forth facta th
Aa far aa ih different method of adver- T
i Asheville Daily Citizen
I the buyer needs toknow, with agreeable t
I tiling an conoeracd, the dally paper la de
cidedly the beat. That la the broad, swift
umnncra. nnat int aavertlaer needa to
think of la, "What are the facta that a buy
er needa to know about my stuff?" And
I channel i and when yon float yonr boata
upon it, yon arc lure of a quick return.
what the advertiecment writer needa to
Oi nuns 01 , -now cun I etate theae facta
I in a war to command rcaiicct aa well aa at-
, Henry Cartln.
dm kmhum t j. u. t-uwera.
VOLUME VI. NO. 123.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping as a
Situated in the .
Of WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 3,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tarite and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co.. N. C.
BON MARGIIE, 1
30 South Main St.
" NEW FALL GOODSs
aa a. main st abhbvillb,
n thi PLaci poa
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
Waltib B. Own, W. W. Waar.
GWYII & WEST,
(Soccrssors to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO MNK OF MHEVILU.
Loans Securely Placed at S
OFFICB otatkaMtart Coartaqaar.
UST TO THE HURRYIN8 FEET I
Of the Huadreda who are coming to Asheville
to apend the Pall and Winter,
All thos who have homes to rent ahoald
call oa aa at once, aa we hart many applica
tion for both famished and untarnished
hoaeet, which wa an at prearnt unable to
JENICS 4k JBNKS,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Room Jkio, McAfee Block.
SH p.ttoa Are., AsherllM. N. C.
P. A. GRACE.
DM s SWANS DOWN.
Theae are the branda of our beat FLOUR,
the flncat of the One. the beat of all, and la
eapedally recommended to those desiring the
whlteat and purest bread. In fact It la the
cream of all the wheat aklmmed off Into
We aro have other branda and gradca, and
can furnish good family flour aa low aa
93.50, having secured a lot before passing
Into the handa of speculators.
A. D. COOPER.
Two eecoiui-hand wagon, for snlc cheap.
PRICES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comforts.
HlanketM, and other goods
for cooler weather h8 juHt
been received. Plasterers'
White Overalls and Jackets,
Nurses' Caps and Aprons
The largest lot of Chemisa,
Gowns and Underwear to be
found in the city, some fine
goods, cheaper than you can
get the material and make
them. Stockings in colors
and Fast lilack, Wool, Mo-
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10 cts. to f 2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, Buttons, Lin
ings, &e.; in fact our Btock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Wen, Boys, Chil
dren or Ladies is well nigh
perfect, bo that your WANTS
from the cellar to tho garret
can be filled at our store nt
prices away below anybody
elso. Don't buy anything
until you try
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent).
Loans sc. urely placed at 8 per cent.
34 at So Pattern Atcui. Hecond floor.
Formerly of Lyman ft Child I,
Office No. i LetTl Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuilncM
Loan, securely placed at II per cent.
At inn Chestnut street! large house with
well ventilated rooms, hot and cold bath,
closets, Ike. Mian location, near car line,
WIH. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPI, U I. N
1. located In Asheville and will practice
Draughting of any description a specialty
r. u. HOB wm.
Go to Cnrmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at nil times
find a full line of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest and bust Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic. And you can rest
assured that your prescrij
tion will be filled correct and
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARIHICHAKL
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T.C.Smith & Co., Public
Square, Asheville, Finest
Drug Store in the State,
Heaviest Stock of Drugs
West of the IJluo . Jtidgc,
Largest Buyers and Lowest
Sellers. Lenders in Prices for
Miles Around. Prescription
Department utiequaled in
Equipment. Don't Mistake
tho Drug tstoiu Corner Op-
posite the Court House.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Ha ts and Car
pets, 7 & 9 PATTON AVK.
Just arrived new Kail
shapes of Taylor's Celebrated
Hats, second to none in style
and quality. Price $4.
TO CAFTDRE AND KEEP
The brat trade la always our object. In
order to do this we arc determined to sell the
best goods at I he shortest profits. Our pure
Clover Lcnf l.anl Is aa fine aa can tie made
we guarantee It to give anllsfiictloo
Our llama anil llrrnklhal llacun arc extra
line try them.
We would also advise you to try our New
No. 1 Mackerel, Hoe Herring, Cream Cod
Wt always keep a fresh supply of I'lne
Hairy flatter. Do nut nilatnke this for the
Tlrkln Flutter; It la far superior, sweet and
fresh, direct from the dairy.
Our Obelisk flour can seldom lie equaled
and ntver excelled, aa hundreds can testify
who have naed It for years, Do not fall to
give It a trial. Kranectrullv,
fOWRLL A SNIDER,
WHOLHHALK AND RBTA1I. OROCKNH,
Cor. Patton Avenue and Main Street.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE TARIFF BILL PROBABLY NOW
IN THE HOUSE.
WAH AGRKKD TO IvAHI.V
WA8iii.Nr.T0N, Sept. 20. The conferees
on the tariff bill renncmbltil this morn
ing nt about 11 o'clock ami nt 11. HI)
were still in session. It is probable that
their report will lie mnile to the house
sometime this uftcrnoon, but nt what
hnurennnot be itated.
Mr. Carson, clerk of the ways and
means committee, says that the work of
comparing the bill and the conference
report progresses very slowly and that
it is among the prlvbili thnt the re.
port may not go into the house to-day.
All of the conlerees who have been seen
however, are of the opinion that it will
surely be presented during the afternoon.
Sena lor Carlisle said to a reporter that
the duty on binder twine had been fixed
at seven-eighths of n cent n pound.
A democratic conferee is authority f
the statement that every disputed point
has finally liecn agreed upon and thnt as
soon ns a comparison of the bill and the
report is completed tney will lie presented
to the house. The liill is to go into effect
October li and tin bonded period is ex
tended to February 1. Sugars Itclnw No.
Hi are tree anil above that they will pav
n duty of n half cent a Douiid. The dm v
on binder twi ic is fixed at 1-10 of a ci nt
I. . m l1. M. I lie conlerees nt 1 o clock
left t he room of the finance committee.
The bill Ims gone to the printer for the
Inst corrections ami within an hour or
two will be 'Ciortcd to the house.
I he suunr schedule contains the pro
vision that, in addition to the hnlf-ccnt
duty on grades above No. 10. an addi
tional duty of one-tenth of one cent. icr
pound snail be iiiihisci upon suchaiigurs
when imported Iroin a country which
pays a larger export bounty on rclmcd
sugars than on the raw product.
a;ainmt a conniME,
A Coal tvxrhn.iite to he Hauled
I'p In Court.
Nasiivii.i.k, Tcnn., Sept. 20. A sensa
tional bill was filed in the I'uiUd States
circuit court here yesterday by District-
Attorney Kuhm, acting under the direc
tion ot Wm. II. Talt. acting attorney
general of the I'nitcd States.
The ilctcndauts meliiilc some of the
most powerful and important mining
companies in the south, comprising all
companies mining and furnishing coal to
the Nashville market from Kentucky and
Alabama and nil, dealers .and agents for
coal in tlieeilv ol Nashville.
The bill cites at length the mcthotls of
operation of the combine known ns
the .Nashville Loul Exchange, anil ap
pends its constitution and by laws.
The petitioner denounces theexchiingc as
a comliinnti'in and conspiracy, picvcnt-
ug licalthliil comiictitiou and having ar
bitrary fixed the prices for coal in Nash
ville niuch higher than it would exist
were it not for such a combination, and
much higher than the actual cxieiisc of
mining and delivering the coal together
with the reasonable profits ot the miner.
carrier and dealer and that they conspire
among one another to monopolize the
coal trade of three states so fur as Nash
ville is concerned.
A l.ooo ACHE PARK,
How the People's) Money Uiws at
Washington, Sept. 26. In the senate
to-day Senator Sherman introduced n
bill (which was referred to thcconiinittcc
on appropriations I appropriating $i:i:i,
000 far the purchase, for the use of the
senate, of the Mnlthy house, corner of
New Jersey avenue nnd B street, North
Washington, with the vacant lots on the
The conference report presented yester
day on the bill to establish Koek Creek
park ill the District ol Columbia was
taken up. Senators Gorman and Gib
son spoke favoring the nark, but depre
ciating the requirement that the pcoplc
of the District shall pay halt ot the cost
and half of the yearly cxicnditurc. Sena
tor Kcgau spoke against the unneces
sary extent ot the park, j.iiiiii acres.
whereas the great Central park of New
York contained only 700 acres. The bill
was passed unit now goes to the presi
dent lor his approval.
K. Bird Ciruhh for Hpaln and H.
Conger for Hrair.ll.
Washington, Sept. lid. The president
to-day sent to the senate the following
nominations: B. Hird Grubb, of New
Jersey, envoy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary to Spain; Uilwin II
Conger, of Iowa, envoy extraordinary
and minister plenipotentiary to Uruzil.
Other nominntioiis were: Postmasters,
Alabama, Prelate D. Marker, Mobile;
Samuel Mullen, Bessemer ; Mississippi,
Wm. S. Hamilton, Greenville; Nathan D.
Fly, Water Valley; Georgia, Adam I).
Kike, Thomiisville; South Carolina, Mrs.
Frnncis vice J. M. Sierrv. Georgetown,
To Fight the Mtandard.
PlTTSiifKO, Pu Sept. 25. A new oil
refinery to coutictc the against the
Standard will soon be built in this vicin
ity. D.H.Stewart nud others will lo
cate a refinery at Chnrtiers, in proxim
ity to the new oil held. An extensive
system ol piie lines will lie constructed
from the various wells in the Chnrtiers
field to the refinery.
Mot an Immoral Hook.
PlllLAUiibPltiA, Sept. 20. In the case
of Chas. A. Rcutzcn, one of the peddlers
of Tolstoi's Krcutzcr Sonata, who had
been arrested on the charge of selling ob
scene literature. Indue Thatcher rendered
an opinion in which lie decided that the
accused hnd committed no olicnce.
' Burned Karly Thin Morning.
Taunton. Mass., Sept. 26. The Bar-
rowsville mill at Norton was destroyed
by fire at 2 a. m. together with a store
nouse. iwoss aio,uuv to aii.uu,uuo, in1
RKKU A Kill CITRTIM.
Probably be Named for the I.en
It is almost unanimously decided to
vote for M. 1,. Kecd and W. H. Curtis for
the legislature to-morrow. This is nt
least the expression from the country
and it is believed Asheville will be satis,
fied with that choice.
VANCE'S RINGING SPEECH.
MKETINUOH THK DKMOCRAT.
ic ci.i ns,
The Hupport oft lie Alliance Pledg
ed lo Henator Vance by the sec
retary orihefeHate Farmers) Alli
ance. Ralkigh, Sept. 24.. At the alternoon
meeting of the democratic clubs, Senator
Vance in reply to nn invitation made a
stirring Siccch. He declared that in
1884 the republican party went deliber
ately to work up all the old passions
nnd hates of the war for the sole purpose
of obtaining control of the government
He attacked with bitter words the force
bill, nnd declared that never since the
days of reconstruction hnd there been a
greater crisis lor tnc south that now ex
ists by reason of the recent legislation of
the republican congress.
He said that any white native of the
state who favored the infamous force bill
should be driven out of North Carolina
not by violence, but by the scorn of all
decent men who love their state. He
could find no words strong enough to
denounce men who say thcpcopleot then
state are not honest enough to hold their
own elections. These utterances were
applauded again and again.
I'.ugenc C. lieddingticld, secretary of the
state farmers' alliance, urged the young
democrats to lie true to their principles,
in which alone there issafctv. ilciilcdiicil
Senator Vance the hearty support of the
alliance, and declared that four-filths of
Ins work had been done lor the farmers.
So long as the negro remains there can
be no division of white men. The sole
purpose of the alliance is to cclm-alc and
elevate the masses, and it is doing this
great work. In behall of the alliance he
thanked those men not in that order who
were working lor democratic supremacy.
ins spcecn wasentliusiasticallv received
as settling the position of the alliance
with regard to Vance.
At night the city was illumined by bon-
Ines. Stirring addresses were made by
II. Aycocl;. of Wnvne: T. F. Kltittz. of
Knvnn: Robert H. Glenn, of Forsyth:
State Auditor Sanderliu; ll. I Purr, of
Wake; Waller K. Henry, of Vance, and
Wharton J. Oicen, ol Cumberland.
MR. IIAVITT'M niMCI.OHMcIMI.
The Dynamite Outragea) Were all
a HrlilHli pii.
l.oMios, Sept. 2. Michael Davitt will
begin in his p.iKT, the Labor World, a
most remarkable ., of n,.ioaurt.g to
thectUx't that the political events, that
H-gnii with the dynamite explosions at
the house of parliament, the Nelson col
umn in Trafalgar square, mid the under
ground railway some years ago, nnd
nded with the I'nrncll commission, were
the result of a deep laid conspiracy on
the pnrt of the government to connect
'arncll with these outrages, anil so de
stroy him and his movements together.
llnvilt goes to the root of the matter,
proceeding to divulge the secret history
of the great dynamite conspiracy.
He shows that it was only alter the
hiring of lames McDerntott, or "Red
Jim, ns he was nicknamed, that the dy
namite campaign rcallyocgan. lie says:
"c shall establish by indisputable evi
dence all the charges we now ninke,
namely, that one James AlcDcrmott, ol
llrooklvn. is. v., organized the uvnnmilc
plots in Cork and Liverpool in the year
188U. bv the am ol money lurnislicil to
him by British Consul Genera! Nyk, nud
the oliictnis in kudiiii ensue;
that McDerntott supplied dyna
mite to his diiics, I'cathcrstonc,
Ilcasy, and others, and then be
trayed them to the policc.usingthcdynn
mite in their possession as proof of their
guilt; that McDcrmott, by his own con-
lession nnd over his signature, admitted
that he was cognizant of and a party to
he dynamite outrage which occurred in
Loudon; tliat l'remb, tile head of the
Irish Constabulary detectives, was in
volved with McDcrmott in the dynamite
schemes in Ireland, and that McOermott
sent Xvk to Montreal in with the
knowledge nnd consent of the Ilntish
consul, to organize a dynamite plot in
that city. New York Sun.
What Chicago Has Hone lo He IJX'
Washington, Sept. 20. In the house
to-day, Mr. Candler, ol Massachusetts,
Irom the world's fair committee, reported
a r. solution providing that a sub-committee
of r members of that committee
shall be appointed by the chairman to
inquire into the progress of the details
lor the holding of the proposed exhibi
tion: to examine into the nmoiuit of
space allotted to the various govern
ment displays and all other ...atters
which the suiK'ominiltcc mav deem ad
visable, and to rcKirt to the house at the
beginning of the next session. Adopted.
Lottery Hill In Action.
Athens, Tcnn., Sept. 20. The Post
removed its lottery advertisements 1m.'-
forc going to press to-day and was dis
tributed as usual tiirougn tnc i niteu
Scutes mail. Tnc Athenian, however,
failed to eliminate such advertisements
from its columns and was rclused admit
t a nee into the imstofiicc.
Montciimkkv, Sept. 25. Insiector
Booth seized all copies of the Agc-Iterald
of this date, and the issue of the weekly
Constitution becuusc tucy contained lot
Alliance Advances on Cotton,
Miintoomiihy, Ala., Sept. 20. George
F. Fuithcrs, the munagcr of the Alabama
alliance exchange, announces officially
that arrangements have been perfected
by the alliance exchange to advance $.'IG
icr bale on 50,0(1(1 bales of insured cot
ton in wurehonscs.
To AMk Blaine Mouth.
Birmingham, Sept. 25. Mnj. M. A.
Burke, suiicrintcndcnt of the state fnir,
left last night for Washington, where he
has gone to formally invite scerctnry
James O. Blaine to visit this city during
the fair and deliver an address.
PRESIDENT DIAZ SHOT AT.
atti:.hi'ti:i siihii:h oh kx.
Political Feeling Hald to be at the
lollt.m ofa Plot to Put the Pre
Ident Out of the Way.
San Antonio, Tex., Sept. HO. A prom.
neut railway oflicial who reached San
Antonio this morning from the City of
Mexico relates a startling story of ut-
tempt on the life of President Diaz. The
story in brief is ns follows:
During the national celebration on the
11th inst., an immense crowd of people
of all classes surged around the execu
tive palace nt night to du homage to
Dint. During the climax ol the festivities
the president, accompanied by hiser8ou-
al staff, siepicd out onto the Iront
piazza in response to deafening culls, to
witness the pyrotechnic display.
No sooner had his form npix-arcd on
t he gallery before a volley of musketry
t iiindrd h'-.' ye thcdin of music, fireworks
and yells, and bits of brick ami timber
began to fly around bis head. He re
treated hurriedly to his room, followed
by his stall', but three bullets whizzed
dangerously near him.
l:orty men lire known to have been
concerned in the murderous plot, fifteen
oi wiiom are now m jail, and others urc
ilecing precipitately Irom the country
with the niilitiu in the tracks.
The news of the dastardly deed has
been suppressed in .Mexico by the govern
ment omecrs. I nc reason ot the attack
is assigned to a variety of causes, the
most important of which is that the
president is strongly suspected of co-
iiucltiug.ut late with the clerical party
which is in direct conllict. politically ami
socially, with the lik-ruls, to whom Diaz
owes his power.
Mrs. Diaz is a devoted Catholic and
several days ago entertained the Arch-
nisiiopoi .Mexico in the presidential pal
ace, which is the first occurrence of the
kind since the bloody Bicgc of the revolu
tion which ended in' victory lor the lib
A Man-of-war Inquiry.
Loniion, Sept. I'll. A llrilish mau-of-
war has Ihx-ii induced to proceed from
Zanzibar to Vita to eniiuirc into the re
cent massacre there til a German mer
chant nnd seven Germans employed by a
native. A dispatch trom Merlin denies
the report that Germany has demanded
satislaction and comiicnsntion from
lingland for the kilhnir of German sub
jects at Vita.
Has lleeu FeedlnK
I'rom the Wilson Mirror.
When one is drifting in the cold, icy
river ofa freezing deprivation, with eyes
long blinded with the spray of its briny
waters, 'tis then he hears in the mournful
llow of its saddened current '
,rl . nut wncn an at
once he catches a glimpse of the land ol
promise anil sccslhcucnutcoiisnnd grace
fully winding hanks, on which arebloom
ing the fragrant dowers of a sweet hope
mid a sweet dream, 'tis then he forgets in
a measure the cold environments of his
freezing desolation, for he once more
leasts his ecstatic vision on the glories ot
u new IMcn, and dreams in blissful antic
ipation ot the music of its birds and the
odors of its dowel's.
AI-TAIh'S OF COXSIiorEXCE.
It is understood that Mr. I'nrncll will
shortly call n convention of the Irish na
Mr. Patrick O'Brien, member of the
house of commons, who was arrested nt
Dublin Tuesday, is sutlcring from gastric
The labor congress nt Sydney, N. S. W.,
finished its work yesterday diviricding to
call out shearers, shediiieu and other em
ployes in the wool trade, but H is consid
ered doubtful whether the men ns a body
will respond lo the cull.
Secretary Blaine has had extensive im
provements made at bis Washington resi
The house rejected the sennte promsi-
turn tn pav 1-reach spoliation claims, but
a compromise may lie reached in confer
The cruiser Baltimore has not sailed for
this country, as reported, but is on her
way to I.islion, Portugal, where she islo
The house, by a vote of I. "ill to 30, has
passed n resolution to exclude from the
Coiigrcssiouot ttccord the recent speech
ot Mr. Kennedy, of Ohio, reflecting on
Secretary Tracy has cautioned navy
yard commandants to strictly observe
the law against tnc increase' ol the navy
vard forces of workmen between now uiid
Mrs. lilla May llcuiictt, of New York,
has U'cn ordained to the ministry.
Private telegrams any the Texas cot
ton crop is cxiiecld to be , 750,(100
The prohibition stnte convention ol
I'ennsvlviiiiia nominated lor governor
John U. Gill, ol Westmoreland.
Samuel Spootirr, a Boston policeman,
has received notice thnt he has fallen heir
to proiwrty in London valued nt $2,
000,000, An absurd slorv of Mr. ClevC'
hind's ill health ih said to have liecn
started by an assistant of Mr. Dana of
the New York Sun.
The campaign in favor of admitting
women ns delegates to the general con
ferci ce of the Methodist Episcopal church
was oM.'iicd in lliiltimorc witliun nigu
nicut by Kcv. Dr. Coiirtcnny.
The anti-lottery law passed by con
grcss Inst week has had a wonderful ef
fect ot. the New Orleans postofhec, Its
business being decreased so that a large
reduction in the torcc Una become neees
Mr. Gould is arranging for the re-or
gnnizntion of the International and Orent
Northern railroad. A rumor is current
that the Illinois Central will absorb the
Mobile nnd Ohio railroad. It is rumored
thnt the Savannah and Western railroad
has sold the remaining $2,250,000 of it
bonds. The Norfolk and Western hn
declared A scmi-aanuul dividend of 1V
NEVER FAILING CURE FOK
TKADB MARK REGISTERED.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Curea Kvery Varlty.or Headache
AND NOT1UNO EL8B.
Has earned ior itself
the enviable reputa-
tion of being the finest, most effective
und reliable article u. the murket for the
speedy relief und cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Headacuh. The
immense favor which bus retted it fnm
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
tiling which uliuost everyone needs, und
those who huve once tried it, will never
For it curutive powers it does not de
pend Uon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it does not coutuin on atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemiculs, und cun be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is m a Cutuurtic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
uo noxious or sickeuing ingredient.
The peculiar advuutuges of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliuble ns n cure for uny kind of bcud
uche without rcsicct to cnuc leaving
uo unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
us in the case of other ao-culled "harm
less" remedies. These quulitics make it
the must popular and sulcublc article in
the murket. wherever known.
1IKK(1.0N8 FOB 1)811.
Tbr dose for an adult la two teaspoon fuls
n a wine glass of water. Uoae for children
m proportion, according to age. la either
.use the dose caa be repeated everw thirty
iuiuucs until a cure la cUcctcd. One dose will
uiwaya drive away as attack of Headache,
if taken when lirst feeling Use premonitory
second or third dosa
uiay be required.- Usually a greater number
of doirs is required to effect the first cure
limn Is needed lor any succeeding time there-
alter, showing that the medicine is accama-
lutivc la lu cilecta, tending toward aa event
ual permaneut cure.
For sale at
46 & 48 S. MAIN STREET,
Opposite Bank af AabevUk.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
and Notions, Lace Curtains,
Tablo Linens, Towels, Nap
kins, Counterpanes, "White
Goods, and Kmbroideries at
iriino cost. All Domestic
oods, inehiding Pride of tho
West, WnniHUtta, Fruit of
iooni, 4-4 Cottons and 10-4
Sheetings at prime cost.
We call spiH'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.