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AT THE COURT HOUSE TO-NIGHT,
AT THE COURT HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
VOLUME VI. NO. 134
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER g, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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A place pluuuud and devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
A region noted for lienlth
fulness and beauty of
An elevation of 51,800 foot
It is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for fine
A good opportunity fot
profitable inveHtinents. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
Hull .tuck l.adlca.
MImm' and Children-.
Wrap. In the Ittnt styles.
AIM a fall and complete
Llac of Underwear.
30 South Malu Street.. 30
33 8. MAIN ST., A8HBVILLB,
Till rLACl FOl
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
"Views and Sketches.
apr 1 d
Wilts. B. Owth. w, w. wt.
GVYN & WEST,
(meow on to Walter B.Owja)
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at
CootmlMloami of Dcedi.
LIST TO THE HURRYING FEET I
Of the Hundred, who an coming-to Aahevlll.
to aprnd tht Pall and Winter.
All thoat who have honaea to rent ahoald
call on a. at once, a. w. hart many applica
tion tor both rarol.hed and unfurnished
Mm, whkh we art at pment unable to
REALEITATI AND INSURANCE IROKERS.
Stoonta o A 10, McAfee Block,
a P.ttnn Avt.. A.htrlltt. N. C.
F. A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford aav. that H O. Bwart
told him that he heard Jim Gudgcr any that
Bob Vance told him that Kope Ella, heard
that there waa no doubt 'hat W. W Kollina
aid that Tom Johnaton thought that Bob
Farm an had told Sitting Bull that Buffalo
Bill had declared to J R. Courtney that It
wa generally believed that Dan Reynold,
had aald in plain terma that be heard Jack
Worley aay that hla friend John L. 8ulllvun
had aald that Bill Dc.ver informed him at
the confrrcaMinnnl convention In thin city that
it waa a well known fact that the Houae
keeper.' Union hnd caught Uen. Cllnsmnn In
saying that in hi. opinion it waa a matter of
act and of ureal public intcreat that J. J
Mackcy Intimated to Joa Lowrv that Bill
Nye hud aaid while attending the county con
vention last' Buturday that anyone caught
reuding thi. .hall repair at once to the .tore
at A. U. CO. iPliR, North Court Square, and
In.iiect hi. mammoth atock or all ktnria of
tiroceries, Provlaiona, &e., where arrange-
nienta have been made to furni.h you all
klnda of Staple and Fancy Groceries of the
licit Uuullty at the Lowest Price..
Tlie best place in Asheville
for working people, to trade
is the "Big Racket." We
promise low prices and good
goods, and where our guar
antee goes with nn article if
it doesn't turn out like wo
say it will we refund the mon
ey. In our experience we have
found that well-to-do people
and rich folks always look
further atd try harder to
sa ve a nickel than working
l3ople and poor folks, so if
we give the latter bnrgnins
and the full worth of their
money we cannot help soiling
xirgains to others. Among
our new goods, of which we
invea large stock, may he
ouud at the very lowest
riccs: All kinds of Shoes,
land made for men, school
shoes for children, fine and
common shoos for ladies,
lankets and comforts, hand
bags, grips and trunks, all
kinds of shoes, wall pockets,
mirrors and frames, lamps,
wicks, chimneys and burners,
hnmber setts and tinware,
mts and caps, 25c. up, dress
goods and underwear, all
kinds of shoes, shoulder
capes and jackets, flannels
and Jersey cloth, skirts and
skirting goods, dress trim
mings and linings, brooms,
buckets and tubs, all kinds
of shoos, fast black stockings
in cotton, wool, silk and
balb. overcoats, rubbers and
gloves, men's clothing in
suits, pants, pants, pants,
ALL KINDS OF SIIOES-in
act everything to use or
wear at lowest prices.
Buy nothing until you reach
The "BIG RACKET"
Heal Estate Broken,
And Investment Agents.
Loan, ae urely placed at S per cent.
84 96 Tatton Avenue Second Boor.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I.
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly Brokerage Business
Loan ateurcly placed at S per Cent.
At ifln Chestnut .treed larae hoHu ,llh
well vrntllatcd room., hot and cold bath.
cloMta, fcc. Illijh location, near car line.
Wll. R. KINO,
OF THE ENGINEER CORPS, U t, ft,
located In A.heelllt and will practice
Draughting of aay dewrlption a specialty.
, O. lloa ll'is.
Go to Carmichael's Drug
Store with your prescription
where you will at all tim
find a full line of pure fresl
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His proscription
department is stocked with
the purest and best DrugH
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign am
domestic. And yon can n
assured that your proscrip
tion will be filled correct am
that you will be charged a
low price. Three registero'
prescriptionists ready t
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
W. C. CARM ICHAFX
No. 90 South Main Street,
Asheville, N. C.
T. G. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 ft 9 PATTON AVKi
Just nrrivpd now Fall
shaiHJS of Taylor's Celebrated
Hats, second to none in style
and quality. Trice f -t.
la our tnntto, and we know the ienpte up
predate It, for thejr havt proven it li thi Ir
lllirral p.tron.Kt. Wc think that we are
better prrpnrrd now thnn ever Iwforr to sive
our cvaiooim the Iwntflt of low price, la
Our Urirt esprrirnct nnil InerenalnpT ltu.1.
new iualirjr In mnklntj tnl. atnlemrnt. It
ianrrdka. tor u. to enumerate the dlflrrrnt
article, wt carry. W Mil tht
And can alwarKnar.ntn thrm to give aa tin
lactlun both In
QUALITY - AND
Our farilltlea tor dcllverinM gomla promptly
POWEU A BNIDI-R,
WIIOLBIALB AND BBTA1L OHOCBM,
Cor. P.tto Annnt and Main trett
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE LONDON STOCK MARKET EX'
IH FK4Ri:i TH AT I' A 1 1..
IK KM Wll.l, FOLLOW,
London, Oct. 9. The stock market lias
Ix-en H'nl ly excited tn-ilnv since the
opening, lut prices have partially recov
ered. All buyers fur New York find n dif
ficulty in obtaining rclialjlc quotations
nnd there will therefore Ik- n delay in for
warding the closing prices of American
securities to the I'nitcd States.
4 l". M. A large uinounl of pork hns
lieen thrown on the market through
forced sales. This induced the fear thnt
failures would follow hut the air is now
clearer; but to-morrow's settlement is
anxiously looked for.
HAKRISON in IOWA.
At Oliuiuwa to Open the Coal Pal
Uttimwa, Iowa, Oct. 0. It was 8
o'clock this morning when the presiclen
tiul party reached the city. A delega
tion met the president at Culcshurg last
evening and escorted them to Ottiimwn
ucspnc tlie early Hour almost the entire
population of the city wasout to greet the
pi-esidciit. A moment later the honmiiiL'
wi cannon inutiiii rc n we conic to tli,'
chicl executive and the jollification of the
v w. luiny iivgiin. in tins citv re
sides the president s clilcr sister, Sallie,
the wile ol T.J Deveus. John S. Harri
son the president's iiniv haired older.
irothcr. who lives in Kansas citv. mei
the party here.
i-.urly in the lorenoon the weather lie-
enme unfavorable and the ram licgau to
lull, but it did not seem to flamocn tin
enthusiasm of the lownns, and ccrtainh
did not seriously mar the ceremonies ol
the occasion which took place under thi
roof of the Ottumwa coal unlace and
owu industrial exiHisilioii.
C'raieorrfit the Court House To i;hl.
THIl DI'NANITK l'.XII.OIlU.
Ten Men Blown lo PleceH Our
American and 9 Mexicans).
San HiKiio, Cal., (Xt. !). News I110
Iwen received from the Kosuriogidd niitir,
seventy miles inland, (roni Mazatlav til
a terrible explosion which occurrfil ihcre
the latter part of September. An Ameri-
an nanieu Alcliee who eanie Irom Napa,
.'aliliirnin, was workinc with nine Mcxi-
ans in a sixty foot level near a mairazine
which contained several hundred nounds
of dynamite. This exploded anil the men
were mown to atoms.
7rc ie Mun Who is Iteatinp
hwarl 11 (foml House.
IH IT CO.NHTIT1TIONAI.T
Opinion tnat the
III IH void.
lit ntsvii.i.k, Ala., Oct. 11. Gen. Joseph
Wheeler spoke yesterday against the
constitutionality of the McKiuley tnrili
bill. The house journal of conrcshshows
that section 3(1 was left out liv the enroli
ng clcrx and then signed by the president,
which, according to Jiidfje Coolv's "Con
stitutional Limitations," of the Supreme
court decisions of all the states, vitiates
The bill will first come Itclore I mice
Somerville, who was recently apMiinted
ppruiserol customs in .New ork,unil
while on the supreme bench of Aiaiiama,
held in the seventy-eolith Alabamu re
ports that such nn omission renders a
bill void. It this bill is 1111co11sti.11tion.il
the manufacturers of the north will be in
arms against the republican party.
DamaKcd io,ouo Worth by Fire.
I'ittsiii ho, Pu Oct. I'iiv in the
academy of music building at six o'clock
this morning damaged the structure to
the extent of $10,(100 worth. The fire
Uirlcd m the Amencnn shootini; L'allery
in the basement and for a time threat
ened to destroy the building. The uuitit
orium was not damaged badly, however,
nnd the manager hocs to have the
house again oiien by Saturday night.
Total loss will not exceed $L'0,oilO.
;e l In- Mini Who is Haitian
liwiirt a tiooil House.
On lo Richmond.
1'oKT Monkoh, Vn.,0ct.U. TlieCotntc
lie I'nris and parly, including Col. Cop
pingcr, arrived here this morning at (1
o'clock on the steamer George Lcary
from Waslrington and were transferred
an hour later to the steamer Ariel, by
which they are to be taken up the James
river to Kichmond, arriving there about
H o'clock this evening.
Cauichl Hy a Mine.
Viknna, Oct. II. Six of the largest iron
merchants of llcnila, in Koumnuin, have
failed nnd several others nre in difficulties.
This stale ol alVnirs is owing to an ad
vance in the sales made to hnglish firms
nnd a subsequent rise in prices.
TnevMay la tr I lie.
I'lTTHiirKiiH, Oct. II. The miners of the
Monongnhcln district will drmnnd an in
crease of half a cent er bushel this
month. If the ojicrators refuse the de
mand a strike will ensue, which will af
fect six thousand miners.
Tl McKlnley Bill Asraln. v
PiTTsiWRO, Oct. 9. At a meeting of
the flint and glass manufacturers' asso
ciation in this city yesterday an advance
of not uite five per cent, was made in
The Dnnbury Reporter snys that
Prof. Atkins has bought or optioned
some valuable iron properties this week.
He is now at work developing the Pier
sttn property. He has commenced work
developing iron properties on the lands
optioned In the name of W, A. Lash and
the Court House To-Night.
ASHKVII.I.K Cl.l'B DUMtOLVKD.
A Brief Resume of the Hlnlory ol
On yesterduy a cull meeting of the resi
dent members of the Asheville Club de
cided that it was expedient t hut it should
be dissolved, and its proierty sold at
auction as will be seen by Tun Citizen
Thus ends an institution, which for sev
eral years has been a source of much en
joyment to its mcmljcrs, nnd also to
numerous visitors to this citv, and at the
same time it has done a ood work in
promoting the development ol this
ciuity. Many valued citizens of llun-
'.'ombe county attribute their first
thought of muking this their home, to
the hospitable and comfortable welcome
ottered them in its rooms and the kindly
greeting which was invariably tendered
them bv its officers and members.
A brief rcsu'nc of its history may be of
interest 10 the renders ol IHH UTizii.N,
as it is a sample ol what might be done
uy many small towns to their great oen
The Asheville club was organized on
April 111, IHHI, with twenty-nine mem
Ihts, of whom six continued in its active
membership to the time of its icrmancnt
susiensiiin. The first memlier elected
after its organization was Mr. W. It.
(iwyn, who, us vice president, presided
at its last meeting on yesterday. Its
roll ol memlicrship, elected during its ex
istence, em braces over 3u names ol gen
tlemen representing many of the states
01 tins union, and un occasioiiul resident
in loreign lands.
Its atlairs have been conducted hy an
executive committee of seven members
who, with the exception ol the secretary
and treasurer, were changed at each an
nual election. The office ol secretary and
treasurer has Ix-en filled by Air. T. V.
I'atton from April, 18X1, to the present
time. The presidents have been in order
of their election Messrs. Theo. P. David
son, W. Talbot l'cnuiman. W. IJ. (iwvn.
James G. Mitrtiu. A. J. I.yman, James I'.
Its lirst location was in the room over
Carmichael's drug store, from which it
was moved some five or six years ngo to
its present Manners, o.ei tiic national
bunk of Asheville.
Cruwliinl ut the Court Ilouac To Xight.
A CAl.l.roH Tllli I.AUIKS.
Will They More Uenerally Aid the
Housekeepers I'nlou T
Iviiitok TliK Citizkn : Long before the
building of Balx-1, 1 expect that man dis
covered he was un associative animal.
fhe modern world is undoubtedly co-op-.r.ilivc,
one man power is u thing of the
past, and in order to push forward a
id iiioveiuiMii, or punish nn evil one.
man recognizes this fact nnd becomes as
sociative. We have in the uiidst of us,
among our housekeepers, just such an
association, but it tails to reach the ac
tive sympathies ol the majority ol those
lor whom n is intended, is there noth
ing we can aay to cause our women to
come out en masse and ut least hear the
plan upon which we proiose to work ?
Are you willing to reap what others
have sown? Ii so, at least come out
and see thnt the grain is good 1 know
no greater charity, no work more needed
than this these earnest workers nre en
gaged in. "Come over and help us" is
the Macedonian cry; ull we need is your
Let us not be like the Virginia matron
that bemoaned to John Randolph her
inability to help the Greeks in their strug
gle for lilierty, on account of the immen
sity of space intervening. On taking his
leave and entering his carrihuc a troon
ol hall clothed little negroes belonging to
the plantation passed by. He returned
to the mansion, saluted his mistress.
"Madam," he said, pointing to them.
"the Greeks are ut your door."
Thev are at your doors to-lny;it is
our duty nt least to inquire. What
shall we do with them?" Other chari
ties interest you. Why not this one?
Come nnd see us then ; the time and
place will be hereuftcr designated, hut
bear in mind that we cannot afford to
lose the active support of a single svmpa-
thizcr in Asheville.
1C It DlK.N.
Asheville, Oct. I).
Ik'inocrn t s, Republicit ns n ml Miifwumiis,
llcur Crnwfonl TiSinht.
To Meet Crawford.
The committee appointed to escort
Craw ford from the depot to the city has
arranged for a six-cial cur to leave the
court house lit U.30. Those who desire
to meet Mr. Crnwturd nre requested to
be at the sqiiure promptly at that hour.
Ikinocmts, Republican mul Mugwumps,
Hear Crnwfonl To-Nifht.
la There Any one Here
SwHiiimuoa : Miss I). Ilirdsnll, M. II.
Skellcr, Waynesville; Thus. Turner, 11, S.
llnlton, N. Y.; J. S. Williams. N. C; John
S. Conner, Cincinnati, (),; II. A. Lewis,
Cleveland, 0.; S. T. Dovlc, Savannah;
W. R. Hull', Williamston, 8. C; Wm.
Franklin, Sylva; . II. I'nrrish. Franklin,
N. C; Mrs, . C. Sutphcn, Miss Jennie
Sutnhen, Columbia, S. C; N. Ii. Tevis,
Granil Central : W . R. Harnett, Frank
lin, K. C; P. H. Judson, Chicago, 111.; 8.
T. Iinily and family, Dillshoro, N. C;
Thus. Young, Kingsville, ().; as. K.
Thomas, Jackson, N. C; R. Ray, Hrnder
sonville; W. JW. Stringficld, Waynesville;
W. S. Pearson, Morguntun ; 1. H. Brown,
Culiicppcr, Vn.j W. II. Miller, Union, S.
C.i W. C. Warner, Winston ; L. L. Force,
Augusta ; P. Lincfinn j Raleigh; J. lluke
Milton iNoDica; lieo I-.
T. Ii. Winfree, Ii.
(Hen Hock: V.. K. Contcr, Philadel
phia; Mrs. N. E. Freeman and Kerry
Freeman, Chetopn, Kans.; Mrs. T. C. Al
len, Spartanburg; J. A. McAlster, Wil
linmston, N. C.i I. A. Wilson, Kidgcwny,
8. C; Mrs. A. P. Mundnv, Franklin; J.
W. L. Arthur, BrysonCity; J. C. L. Cud
ger, Waynesville; Geo. M. Bulla, Lexing
ton; Miss Bessie Keen, Webster; T. W.
Bautn. Sylva ; U. 8. Senator M. W. Ran
som. Northampton. N. C.i C. A. Munroe.
Lenoir, N. C; O. R. Jones nnd P. P. Jones,
leicestcr: Mrs. R. II. Anderson and three
children, Tryon City ; Rev. B. E. Bnmnr
and wife, Mt. Sterling, Ky.; Carrie Mor
ton, McAUcnsviiie, n. 1.
RUBE BURROWS KILLED,
IHI5 YIOI.KNT END OF THI'
He Outwits) Hla Guards and CielH
Away, But Filially Tackles) the
Wrong; Man and In allot.
UKMOP01.1S, Aln., Oct. 8. Keulicn Bur
rows, who is believed to have been con'
cerned in several truin robberies and who
killed the postmaster at Vernon, Lama
county, Am., mis oceii cuptureu near
Hikminoiiam, Ala., Oct. 0. Rube Bur
rows, the outlaw and train roblier, was
killed nt Linden yesterday morning by J
C. Carter, one ol Ins captors.
When Burrows wascaptured yesterday
one pistol was found on him and he said
he had sold his other one.
It seems his captors never once oiictic
or examined his leather satchel anil yes
terday morning when hesuid he had some
crackers in it and wanted to get some
to eat McOullce handed him the
satchel without hesitation. He drew
the pistols so quickly his guurds were
taken completely by surprise, and untied
his lect and bunds without a word.
It was not daylight then, and he could
huve escaped easily if he had not gone in
search ol Carter to get his money. Car
ter was in his room, but had not retired.
Burrows got the drop, nnd demunded
the return of his money. As soon us he
saw carter reach lor his pistol he fired
The ball struck Carter in the breast, and
it passed throuuh Ins limu. mat nhove
the heart, indicting a wound which is
aupiHisco 10 ue Intnl.
Carfr hred as duicklv as Dossible. nnrl
shot Burrows through the bodv. and
Burrows then turned nnd shot John
Marshall, the negro, who hnd assisted
m ins capture, and was torced to guide
him to Curter's room. Burrows then
turned and ran across the street with
Carter in pursuit.
hcvcrul more shots were Hred witlwuii
effect. As Burrows reached the onnnsiu-
side of the street he sunk tothegrouudat
the corner of the court house and died in
a lew minutes without sinking a word.
Curtcr fell in themiddieof thestreet about
the same time. 1 he ncirro hail licea shot
down in the room and is dangerously
temocrn t ... Kepuhlica ns 11 ml M nirwuiims.
neath of Jan. Canton.
Jns. Carson died nt the residence of
Mrs. U.J, Cain, on North Spruce street
Inst night. Heart trouble was the cause
ol his death, which occurred ut 1 o'clock.
M'. Carson 128 years of age, hav
ing '(cm born in ''urkvillc, S. C, August
He enme to Asheville when unite voune
and has lived here the larger portion ol
his life. He lived in Transylvania coun
ty for some time, and iii Charleston.
while attending school.
Mr. Carson was a deservedly popular
young man. of sterling nunlities. nnd hnd
a large numlier of friends in Asheville. He
nad been lor some tune engaged in the
stationery business. The funeral will
take place at the Presbyterian church
to-morrow nt 4.:i(l p. m nnd the remains
will be taken to South Carolina for bu
rial. Crnwfonl nt the Court House To-Night.
NORTH CAROLINA FOLKS.
Wm. Gray, of Nashville. N.C.. has been
appointed to a West Point cadetship.
T. U. Iildridue. late of the Durham
Ololie, will take charge of the Lcudcr, ol
The drummer evangelist. "Bill Fife." is
going to Wiishurg, Nov. 0. All of the
churches huve given him a cordial invita
It is now a certainty that Rev. C. L.
Arnold will lie the rector of St. Stephen's
Episcopal church in thiscity. Golilsboro
Colonel I. W. Allen, of Cnswell countv.
N. C, was married Tuesday to Mrs. Ivva
C. Thnxton, ol Durham, Rev. Alexander
Mrs. Wade, an old ludv living nt Den
nis, this county, just ill) years old, can
walk two miles any day. and hvrhcnrimi
is as good us it ever wus. Winston Daily.
JiYe the Aan Who is lleutiiif
L wart 11 U001I House.
AFFAIRS OF CONSI-OCENCU.
The British Parliament will reassemble
on November -'.
Mr. Thomns P. Gill, n member of the
Irish mission to America, has sailed for
the I'nitcd States.
The strike of the cart men at Livernool
is disturbing trade. Merchant are un
able to remove their goods or to deliver
Six thousand miners employed in the
collieries in the counties of Clackmannan
and I-lie, Scotland, huve warned their
employers that they will strike unless
mcir wage, iircuiivunccu miceii iicrccni.
Wages of New York Central locomotive
engineers have been advanced.
The population of West Virginin, is
770,4H, nn increase of 2H.0G. per cent.
Isnnc Fraxicr, colored, Kill, years old.
died at Montgomery, Ala., yesterday.
After having passed his With years the
old man was married.
At 2 o'clock yesterday morning a mail
transfer wagon in Louisville, Ky., on its
way from tlie posioffice to the depot,
was roblwd of its pouch containing 13S
The New York court of appeals affirms
the judgment in the case of luiriiro. a
Japanese sailor, under sentence of death
by electricity, for the murder of Murn
Commo, another Japanese sailor, while
gnmnnng in New iom city.
Rumors are afloat in Wall street that
the Baltimore nnd Ohio railroad com
pany's block of $5,000,000 Western Un
ion stock is now coming on the market
Th atni-lf ha. Iumh In tit. l-an.n! llMMl
Morgan & Co., since the telegraph deal
ui me rsuniau i-uiiipuii wim lac TVCBv
em union, several years ago.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKADB MARK RBGI8TBRBD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cure.) livery Vart of Headache
AND NOTIUNU BLfcB.
Hus earned tor itself
lion of being the finest, most elective
and reliable article k. the market for the
speedy rebel and cure of every variety of
that commou trouble, Hkauacuk. The
immense luvor which hus greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who huve ouce tried it, will never
For its curative powers it does not de
pend upon the subtle lullucnces of such
poisonous drugs us
CHLORAL AKU COCAINE,
Sauce it does not contain an atom ol
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be tuken by
uung aud old without fear or serious
results. It is n. a Cuthurtic. does not
isurrunge the stomuch, and contains
uo noxious or sickening ingredients.
The pcculiur advuutages of Autimi-
grume consist in iu being thoroughly
rebuble as a cure for any kind ol head
ache without respect to cause Icaviug
uo unpleasant or auuoyiiig alter-cd'ecu,
as iu the case of other so-culled "harm
less" remedies. These quulitiet muke it
the most populur aud saleable article in
the market, wheicvcr kuown.
IUKBI..ONS FOR USB.
Ttaeduae lor.D.dulti. two tc. spoonfuls
mm wine kIuu ui water, fuse lurcluldrea
prupuruun, according- to age- la cither
m Uk ilwc cm) be repeated every thirty
unnue. until a cure i. vUectetl. One Quae will
( urlve awajr an attack of Headache,
tuken when nrat Icciiuk the urcmonitorT
yniuiuiu.; nut il the atutt-a is well uo, and
uucnug 1. lutcuae, the acvund or third doa.
may be required. L tuully a greater number
ol tuna i. required to cllect tht Br.t curt
than 1. needed lor any .ucteeding tunc there-
alter, allow lug that the medicine i. accumu
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6 HOITH MAIN STREET,
NEW FALL DRESS OOODS.
Stylish drcHij trimmingH,
ull Htock full mid winter un-
i-rwi'iir for Ladies. Missea
Kid (iIovch for street, drcHtj
and diiviiif?, coi-Hets, hand-
rcliiefrt, hosiery, fancy
tfoods, table linens, curtain
drapery, tiheetiiigs, blankets
BLAZERS AND WRAPS.
We are- offering the lurgeet
variety of Mazers and Fancy
Wraps for early fall wear,
ranging from $ 2.00 upwards.
The most stylish garments
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren. Call and examine our
new fall stock.