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Asheville Daily Citizen
WANT, FOR SALE AND TO RENT
0 SEE THIRD PAGE.
OLUME VI. NO. 158.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A plu.ce plunnwl and devel
oping iw u
Situated in t-lie
Of WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for hetilth
fidnHH and beauty of
All elevation of :,H00 feet,
It is being laid out with
tnste and skill, with well
pruded roads and extensive
A desirable pl" tt,w
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustratd pamphlet, ad
dress, LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
The large .lock of new nuv
ell las recently purchased by
Mies Blllek while North ui
arriving dally. Tney are bolh
beautiful la dcalga sad cheap.
Call and inaneet.
30 -South Main Street.jo
JU , MAIN HT.f ArlMKVILI.B,
1 THa rue ma
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY 6000S
Views and Sketches.
apr IK d
w auras V owvn, W. W Wa.T
GVYN 6 WEST,
IIHMCMwn la Walter B.Owya)
REFE. TO IANK OP AIHEV1UL
Lmm Securely Placed at 8
Notary Public. Coaaataeloam olDced..
omen euihoaat ceartatejauar,
"THE SDN 00 MOVE."
And an doe A.hevlllc The ureal huilllng
act I. low belna performed by all genuine
IMMaeM mn of in.
F TMH aoitTII. Beer man ha. hi. scheme
aad a relate. It h, moat cam in not unwlll.
Ina ear.. We doa'l mind telling jroa that our
a. hem. K lo aril all the land and Inmre nil
the property we eaa, before "The Honiiin
Neat Again." W. hare Juat been aiHilntrd
agents for the Old Reliable Pcnnaylvaula Flrr
lnnor.no. Co.. and we want yon to In.ure
REAL EITATI AND INSURANCE.
Roots. Jk 10, McAfee Block
a Pattern Ave.. Aaheville. N C.
Fa A. GRACE,
Who Told You So?
W. T. Crawford av thnt H O. Kwnrt
told Mm that he heard Jim Oudger .ay thut
Bob Vance told Mm that Kope lillua heard
that there waa no doubt 'hat W. V Rollin.
aid that Tom John.ton thought that Dob
Purrnan had told Hitting Hull that Buffalo
Bill had dcclured to J H. Courtney that It
wna generally believed that Dan Reynold.
hod .aid in plain term, that he heard Jack
Worley .ay that hi. friend John L, Sullivan
had .aid that Bill Denver Informed him at
the conKTTMtonnl convention in thi. city that
it waa a well known fact that the Houk-
keepcra' Union had caught Gtn. Cllngmnn in
aying that In hi. opinion it wa a matter of
fact and of (treat public Intcreat that J. J
Muckry Intimated tn Jraa Lowry that Hill
N'ye had .aid while attending the county con
vention In.t Saturday thut anyone caught
reading thi. .hall repair at once to the atore
of A. I). COHPUR. North Court Square, and
In.iKct hi. mammoth .took of all kind, of
llruceriea, Provlalon., Ate., where arrange
men la have been made to furnish you all
kind, of Staple and fancy fSroccrlea of the
Heat Uuallty at the l.owc.t Price..
Our Fall and Winter stock
of goods is all in, and in com
plete. This stock wnsbought
so that we can sell it at our
old prices. All Roods bought
since the new republican tar
iff went into effect Oct. Oth
will be from 10 cts. to 30 cts.
on the dollar higher, particu
larly Shoes ann in ware. e
shall sell our present stock of
Fall and inter goods in all
lines at same prices as here
tofore, and that is cheaier
than any other store in Ashe
ville. We keep e erything in
Dress ( Joods, ('loth ing, Sh es.
Hats, Factory Cloth, Tin
ware. Lamps and Glassware.
We can fit. out a family with
everything to wear, from a
tiny shoe for the baby to an
overcoat for t hp grandfather.
from a marriage to a funeral.
You must buy your sugar
and coffee from the grocer.
then come to us, we can till
out the balance of your
wants. It is but little trouble
to come to ' our store and
learn our price before you
buy, and it often amounts to
a big saving in money. Coun
try JH'ople particularly will
save money if they will price
our stock befoiv they buy
their winter supplies of
.Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress
es. Overcoats, 1'nnt Cloth,
and Blankets. If we do not
sell them as good goods for
less money than anyone else
in Asheville Ihey can buy
elsewhere, only be sure to
come to our store before you
buy, and remember the place,
The "BIG RACKET"
Real Keitate Brokers,
And lnctniciit Agent.
Loan. or. trel placed at er cent.
Hat) Patton Avenue Mrcond floor,
I'. WILL, AKTilt'R J. WII.I.H.
It Patton Avenue.
Nut V M C A bulld'K. I' (I o.no.
I Pnrmerlr of Lyman f Child I,
Office No. I Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BunlncM
Loan, eecur.lv placed at per cent.
(lo to Carmichael'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
mid 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 be charged a
low price. Three registered
prescriptionists ready to
serve you at all hours. Night
calls promptly answered.
No. ao South Main Street,
Asheville. X. C.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PUBLIC SQC ARK,
Our Autumn stock is now
very full and attractive, and
we an selling a large quanti
ty of goods. The stock was
selected with great cure, as
suring very late and fashion
able styles at bottom figures,
the important advance m
prices which has occurred
since the purchase mnKing
the goods specially cheap.
As we shall have to pay
higher prices in the near fu
ture, the moral would seem
to be: Duy early such articles
as you exect to use this sea
son. H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
(ioods, Underwear, Uphol
stery Goods, Hats,
CarKt8 and Gener
al Small wares.
79 PATTON AVE.
I. our tnotlo. and we know the coplc ap
preciate It. for they have proven it bv thtlr
hlieral patronage. Vie think thnt we are
Iwttcr prepared now than ever liefore to give
our ru.lomer. the lament of low prlcra In
Our lame eaiwrlrlice and IncrcHalllK Inlal
m. Iumi ifv h. In tuAkln. thi. .tntement. It
la needle., for u. to enumerate the dincrrnt
article, we carry. We tell the
And can alwayairuaranteethrm tn give cult I
faction both in
QUALITY - AND - PRICE,
Our ladlltle. for delivering good, promptly
POWELL eft SNIDER,
WIIOLIirULB AND BBTAIL OKOCBMs,
1 Cor, I'attoa Avenue and Mala Mreet.
THE DEMOCRATIC MAJORI
MIGHT AH WF.I.I. MAKK IT
Ouaiia, Ncb Nov. 6. The returns arc
still mcnRre but they indicate thi proba
ble election ol Hoyd, democrat, forRovcr-
nor by a small plurality. The ullinnce
candidates are looming up BtruiiK in the
interior nun the repuDlican rnntlinati'g
nre alternntinR Ixtween nrat and second
place, in the country towns. Complete
returns muy possibly elect either ol the
three gubernatorial candidates, but the
lurec democratic cnins in Omaha and the
eastern end of the state iive BovU the
best chnnce. Tlic democrats uain one
cougressmun, McKeiijlni, surely and prob
ably another, i irau. 1 he election ol
Horsey, republican, in the third district
is not yet certain.
Ohio Fonter Mefeuted.
Coi.i m in s, Ohio, Nov. G. Meagre re
turns rtceived at the republican und dem-
cratic state headquarters indieute the
election of fourtecu democratic congress
men. 1 his estimate includes the defeat
of McKinlev in the Sixteenth district und
Poster in the Ivighth Foster concede!!
the election of llnre, his opponent, by
1UU majority. Until parties claim the
Ohio McKlnlcy Ocfeuled.
Cbnton, Nov. . McKinlcy cm des
Warwick's election by about 3Hi anil
this will he verilied unless the vote of pre
cincts in Holmes county, which are esti
mated, show unexpected gains for Mc
IIIIi.oIh AlruONl nenincratlc.
Chicago, Nov. 0. The Tribune (rep.l
liutls the result in the state legislature to
lie as follows:
Senate y7 24.
liouae 7n 711
Joint AfNrtnlily IW2 100
rarracra alliance u
This would make a tie volenti the joint
ballot if the Farmers' alliance men
should vote with the democrats, or give
a mujoritv of four should they vote with
Kiciimono, Vn., Nov. 0. Further re
turns from election in this state leave n.
doubt that ten democratic eniigressmci,
are elected Ik'inoeratic gains were 11,
112; republican gains l.MUU.
St. I'.vix, Ntiv. il. The latest figuns
from the tilth district indicate the pnasi
ble cleclitiu ol Halverson iallinucc) ovci
Cnmstock (republienul mid Whitman
I democrat I.
Dkthoit. Nov. (I. The t,u!vaiip or.
thnt the democrats have ehetcd their
governor by about 10,000 plurality.
New York mate.
F.i.miKA. N. Y.. Nov. 6. IIaa II. Rock
well (democrat ) is elected representative
in congress in the twenty-eighth district
by less than one hundred plurality.
Arkai.HUM Urevkenrldue l-.lected.
Lm.l.K Rock, Ark., Nov. 0. Demo
crats claim lb eckenridge election by n
handsome inaioritv. All iletnnmttic
counties show heavy gains for Mreck
euricc. Mlnaoarl Verv leniocrilc.
St. I.tuis. Nov. C The ileniocrats
send a full delegation to congress with
one exception ; they elect the state ticket
nun win unveil joint oaiiot m tuc legis
lature by a large majority.
Cot'NClL Hi.fpi's. Ia., Nov. 5 Com
plete returns from every county in the
list net snow tne election ol iiownian,
dcm., over Reed, rep., ill the ninth dis
trict by 2,1(15 majority.
Colorado In Doulit.
Dknvch, Col.. Nov. 0. The official re
turns will be required lo determine the
result ol the election in this state. The
democrats claim it.
IIanti'oku, Conn., Nov. 0. The re
publican majority in the legislature on
the joint ballot is eight or ten. Theleg
islattire will have to settle the govern
orship. ManNactiuHetta 10.000 Democratic
Boston. Nov. 0. The Glolic snv with
only half n dozen towns to hear from in
Mussacliusetta, Kusscll iiieinocruti is
leading by over 10,000 votes,
Pennaylvanla 10.000 Nalorlly
riHLAUKLAillA, Nov. , Revised fig
ures indicate that Pnltison's plurality
for governor over Delamaler will exceed
There Were joo.ooo RUHhelH of
Hrn-'M.o, X. V., Nov. II. At 2 o'clock
this morning fire was discovered in C. J.
Wells' elev atrr. comer Ohio and Indiana
streets. Twenty minutes niter the
Humes started the walls began to full on
all sides. All the cllorts of the firemen
were directed to keeping the Humes down
and preventing the tire from getting into
the big VYilkcrson elevator. Di this they
There were about 1!00,(IOO bushels of
wheat in the Wells' elevutor. Al 3.40
o'clock fire had worked its way into the
rear of a four storv story malt house
connected with Wells', but ut o'clock
the fire was under control.
Die loss is $li"iO,oiill; insurance on
building $Hll,ooo; grain tally insured.
A Tower of l.litht Htrennth.
Kditok Tiik Cl riiliN : The denixens of
the northwestern part of our eity who
have groeil about of nichts in Kgyptinn
darkness for the past month, hailed with
delight Tuesday evening the liencon lights
on the tower at the tower nt the coi ner
of Academy and Haywood streets.
This is without doubt the most eligibly
situated of all the towers. It stands
like a sentinel and with its penetrating
light covers a greut expunse of un
It is to be hooed that board of ulder-
men will never consent tn the removal of
Its location or exchanging it lor any
number of pole lights. S. W.
GAIN AN L SENATOR.
A DEMOCRATIC Hl'CCEHHOR TO
New York Hlale I.eitlHlaturc D"m
ocratlc ou a Joint uallol, with a
Malorily of Two-Ueiuuerullc
Nhw York Nov. 0. The nssneiated
liress reports show the election of sixty
eight democratic assemblymen in New
York state and sixty republicans. As the
democrats have thirteen senators against
nineteen republicans, the former will thus
have ou a joint ballot eighty-one votes,
agninst the hitter's seveuly-nioe which
ensures the election of a democratic suc
cessor to Senator Uvitrts. Moreover, the
democrats claim that two assembly dis
triciscrtdited lotlie iepublicans Dutch
ess ninety and Montgomery county
Ix'long to them.
CLOSE CALM-0R 1NGALLS.
HE MAY NOT IIK RI-'.TCRNKD
TO THE SENATE.
The Republican Ticket lieaten In
Khi.hhh l the Fanuer's Alllai.ee
Willi I lie HonHlble Exception or
the Candidate for vovernor.
Topkka, Nov, ti. The otlicial count
will be ncci ssarv to decide whether Wil
Ictts, the alliance cnuiliilute for governor,
nr Huniphrey, the republican candidate,
has beeu elected. The vote is very close
with indications in Willclts' lavor with
most of the wes'.cni counties where the
limners are in a majority to hear lom.
The Farmers' alliance has elected be-
vond doubt W, A. Baker, its candidate
lor congress in the Fifth district, und
contributed to the election of Moonlight,
democrat, in the First, whose election is
conceded by something over 1,001 1 major
ity. The alliance seems reasonably sure
of electing ut least one other congres
sional candidate Simpson in the Sev
enth district. The district is composed
of thirl vscvcii counties, mostly in the
western part of the slate and Simpson is
running II.illo well, republican, verv
close, and il will lake llie otlicial count
lo determine who is sticcc-slul. The
Fifth district is also conceded to lie verv
in the fight lietw ecu Davis, the Farmers'
liliancc. niul 1'hillips, republican, seven
counties out ol ten in that district have
reported. (If these Davis has earned
tour und I'hillips three, maiorities in all
cases being very small anil one county
may change the result us it now uppcurs
The republicans have elected Thurston
tnd Kcllv licvoud a doubt in the second
end fourth districts rcsiwctively. An ele
ment of doubt stilkxistsin theiotirth dis
trict where Clover of the Farmers' al
liance eontcsis the re-election of of l'er
Theihird district is also in doubt. Clov
er, state president ol the Farmers' nlli-
nuccrnn uheadnl Ins ticket in thecounlies
heard from. Perkins, I rep.l who is up
lor re-election, has verv small majorities
in four out of the seven counties heard
from. Clover has carried three counties.
Lute returns indicate almost the posi
tive election of Ives, the Farmers' alli
ance candidate lor state attorney gen
eral over Kellogg, (rep I
l lie democrat nnu re-sutiniissioii vote
was very heavy, but not so large as an
ticipated. Robinson, democratic caudi-
Intc lor governor, was scratclieo tor
Willcls. and the Fanners' alliance voted
for democrats ou the county ofiiccs.
The Farmers' alliance will have a
strong delegation in the state legislature.
the republicans claim onlv twcntv-lour
on the joint ballot. The majority of tin
listriets arc still to lie Heard Horn, inn
Ingnlls' re-election is not lielieved to be
jeoparded. Chairman Chase, of the
runners alliance slate central commit
tee ol Kansas, claims the election of VYil
lets for governor beyond n doubt and es
timate. Ins plurality ul zu.ihiu.
Noon llie republican central com
mittee concedes the election of the entire
Farmers' Alliance ticket with the hissi
ble exception of Willcls, enuditlnte for
governor, who may Ik- defeated by Hum
phrey bv a small majority. 1 lie com
mittee concedes the opposition to lugalls
in the legislature, but thinks he will have
a mujority. The election of six opposi
tion congressmen is ussureu.
Lkavknwohtii, Kun., Nov. 6. The
latest returns elect disc Brnderick, re
publican, for congress from the First dis
trict, over Col, Moonlight. Moonlight
concedes his detent.
LORD COI.ERIDUE STRICKEN,
The Chief JuHtlcetr England In a
London, Nov. 6. Much excitement
was created in the Queen's bench division
of the high court ol justice to-day by the
sudden illness of Lord Coleridge, lord
elite! justice ol knginiid.
He bad henrd a case in his private
room and though he bad complained of
feeling ill during the hearing, he wns able
to give u decision in tuc mutter, in
rectly aflervsurd he was seized with un
aoonlcclie or iinrnlvtic stroke. The ncur-
est doctor was hastily summoned and
messengers were dispatched to Lord Col
eridge's residence. Lady Coleridge pro
ceeded instantly to the court to render
whnt assistance she could to her stricken
husband. The chief justice was placed
upon an improvised couch ill an ante
room and other doctors summoned, who
declare his condition critical.
Latkk This ulternoon the chief justice
wns taken to his home in a curriugc.
CAVBE OP THE ATTEMPT.
Two I.etlcr written by Joaeph
A correspondent writing to the Con
cord Standard, of the nt tempted suicide
of Jos. Sultle, of Asheville, at Wake For
est college, snys:
"There seems to be no ndetuute cause
assignable except momentary insanity.
However, lie wrote two letters, one to
the students, telling them that they were
not the cause, a nolher to his mother, in
which he said he could not mnke the pro
gress in his studies thnt he desired und
thnt he doubted his cull to the ministry
and felt like his life would be n failure ami
he would rather die than mnke a failure.
Previous to this time he hue! never seemed
to Buffer Irani any depression nf spirits
any more thnn is usual with young men
on first entciinc college,"
SOME MORE RETURNS,
THK VOTR IN THE REST OF
The Majority of the County Ticket-Crawford
Sure of i.ooo
Campbell Probably Defeated
The board ol county canvassers from
all the election precincts met in the court
house to-dny to receive the official count
of the ballots. The vote us the official
count shows is us follows: Crawford,
3.H05; Ewort, 2,811 i Campbell, 3,U04;
Sprinkle. 2,NL3; Reed, 3,,TJ0; Lowry,
3,282; Harris, 2,H!l; Folsom, 2,710;
Reynolds, 3 27; Worlev, 2.HG8; M.'ick
ev .'3,2X2; Brown, 2.0UG"; Starnrs, 3,202;
Hamlet, 2.H25; Courtney, 3 4; I'ink
erton, 2,717; McBrnycr, 3,375; Merri
The lollowiug votes were not published
Congress Crawford, loll; F.wurt, 113.
Senate Campbell, 141 ; Sprinkle, 115.
House ot representatives Reed, 142;
Lowrv, 137; Harris, 111; Folsom, 118.
Sheriff Key noils, 138; Worley, 123.
Trensuicr Courtney, 145; I'inkcrton,
Clerk suK-rior court Ciithey, 153;
Coroner McBrnycr, 148; Merriweth
Register of deeds Maekey, 149;
The democratic judicial ticket received
14.i, a majority ol 36,
Congress Crawford, 152; Bwart,221.
Senate Campbell, 135; Sprinkle, 237.
House of representatives Keed, 180;
Lowry, 110; Harris, 2(17; Folsom, 192.
Sheriir-Reynolds, 158; Worley, 218.
Clerk siiierior court Cuthey, 140;
Treasurer Courtney, 182; I'inkcrton.
Coroner McBrnver, 182; Merriweth-
Register nf deeds Mnckev, 147;
Congress Crawford, 94; Ewart, 143.
Senate CumplKll, 86; Sprinkle. 143.
House of representatives Rccd, 82;
Lowry, 07; Harris, 152; Folsom, 120.
Sheriff Reynolds, 75; Worley, 155.
Clerk siiH-rior court Cuthey, 80;
Treasurer Courtncv, 90; Pinkerton,
Coroner McBraver, 88 ; Merri wether,
Register of deeds Mackev, 91 ; Brown,
Congress Crawford, 31U; Kwnrt,
Register of deeds Maekey. 311;
Surveyor Starnes, 203; Hamlet, 214.
Coroner Mi-Braver. 302 ; Merriwelucr
212; C. U. Ililliani, 17.
Shiriff Reynolds, 274; Worley, 241.
Treasurer Courtney, 304; I'inkcrton,
Cl-rk SHKrior court Cuthey, 273;
House of representatives Recti, 307;
Lowry, 300; Harris, 217; Folsom, 207.
Senate Campbell, 3ll ; Sprinkle, 217.
That part of the vote from Hazel which
wns not published yesterday is us fol
lows: Coroner McBraver, 1 10; Merri wet her,
Surveyor Sturncs, 108; Hamlet. 105.
Senate CnmplH'll, 104; Sprinkle, 109.
The vole for chief justice in Buncombe
was as follows:
Hci ni Creek
tin 1 J J
The remainder of the judicial ticket re
ceived nbout Ihc same vote.
F.wurt 's majority in Mitchell la about
900. Returns troui other counties are
scattered, but the election of Crawford
by 1,000 majority is accepted as a fact.
Cnmpbell's majority in Buncombe is
479, but it is said thut Sprinkle got a
majority in Madison of 0011 and is elected
Bis Democratic Victory In that
WAYNK8VlLI.lt, Nov. 5. Speciul. All
the townships in Haywood county huvc
been heard from except Cntluloochee and
this will not give a majority either way
of more than five to ten votes. Those
heard from give the following democratic
Otlmer. house of reiirentatlvc. tttlft
liHV)., atnteaetiiiie mo
lioimc. vlerk superior court oH.t
llovd, ahrrlir. AIM
Moore, register of riecil. Aoo
llvatt, irciiBurvr i
J,, nr., .ollcltor, mure Ihnn (
The jiulicinl ticket has a majority of
uhout (loo. Ail tne townships are nemo
crutic but Clyde.
H. M. Stanley In New York.
Nhw York, Not. (I. The Teutonic
with Henry M. Stanley nnd pnrty on
bonrd nrrived tins morning.
AIT.MKS OF COXSEjJVIiXCH.
Chiel secretary for Ireland Balfour hns
gone on n tour over the rouiesof tbepro-
posid runways in iioucgui, irciunu.
An Italian in (ilasgnw, Scotland, was
murdered on his wedding night by one ol
his countrymen, who was not invited to
Owing to the mcntnl condition nf the
kuiL'ol Holland, who hns been declared
inclinable ol governing, the duke of Nas
sau will lie regent of tbck0rund Duchy of
There was a good ileal of excitement
at the polls in Philadelphia and one man
Mrs. Arscne lulinn nnd her year old
linbe were burned t death at Bethlehem,
Pa., Monday night, by the explosion of
nn ordinnry kerosene lamp, wnicn sue
carried in putting the "baby to bed.
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AND NOTtilNO BLBB.
Has earned lor itself
snomiuiiniiik ... i,,u
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and reliable urticle iu the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, IIeadachr. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is 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 ol
either oi these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is nt a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients. -
The peculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliuble as a cure for any kind of bead-
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make it
the most popular and saleable article in
the market, wherever known.
MKBI..ONB POR URB.
The dow for an adult Is two teaapoontul.
in a wine olaa. of water. Doee for children
m proportion, according to age la either
case the doae can be repeated every thirty
rainue. nntil a cure la cnectcd. One dose will
way. drive away aa attack of Headache,
if taken when Ant feeling the premonitory
aymotom.; tint if the attack is well on, and
.ufleriug 1. Intense, the second or third doae
may be required. U.nally a greater number
of doKi I. required to cnVct tat flrat cure
than i. aeeded lor any succeeding tame there
after, ahowing that the medicine is accumu
lative in It. cdect., tending toward an event
ual permanent cure
For sale at
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ASHEVILLE, N. C.
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
Ladies will do well to ex
amine our new Ht.yle Juckett),
Cuix'siuul Lonj; Wraps, at
Whitlock'H, Cor. Engle Block.
Our new stock of Dress
Goods is 'way above any you
can find elriewliere. Call and
Hee them, at Wliitlock'8, cor.
Light weight Jersey Jack
ets and Blazers at very low
prices. Whitloek's, comer
Blankets, Comforts and
Curtain materials, at Whit
lock's. Very large stock.
Corner Eagle Block.
50 dozen Aprons in 200
styles. New design", beauti
ful and cheap, at Whitloek's.
Driving Gloves and Hiding
Caps for Ladies and Misses,
at Whitloek's, corner Eagle
Whitloek's is the best place
by far to get complete out
fits for Ladies, Gentlemen
and Children. Corner Eagle
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