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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 179.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping an a
Situated in the
DF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for heolth
rulmwB and beauty of
An elevation of Jl.HOO feet,
Jt is being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A denirable phife for fine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnelllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
THE POPULM IHOfPIM PLACE.
NovcJtlcifor the Holidays.
Make a epcctalty of Mlk,
Wowl, Lines aad Cottia Ma
terial, for Art Embroidery.
Wrap, tor Ladies. Muue. aad
Chtldrca. I'adrrwear tor La
dle Mlaeet, Hi. aad Boye.
A fall Hat of Superior 11
30 Boats Main Street. 30
k MAIN iT.. ASHBVILLB,
U VMS PLACS OB
BOOKS. STATICSERYi FANCY GOODS
Views and Sketches.
WtLTI B. OWVW,
W. W. Waar.
GWYN 6 WEST,
Iknnofi to W altar B.Owya)
REttR MIAMI OF AIMVUll
Loaua Boca rely Placed at
Notary PubSu CoaamleakwertolDeed.,
orricst aestsssst c iiMira,
"THE SON DO MOVE."
Aad m dot A.twvill Tat tat haatllng
an m now being Dtrronata ay ail
tiuelaee an of la
OP THB SOUTH. Rvarr aiaa kat kit tclwnw
tad at relates II la moat cnare to ant an will
ail .an. W. dn.'t mlad Idling you (hat our
arkniw It to aril all tat land and In.urf all
tat property w. Ma, before "Tlw Rnhlna
steal Again. W have Juet bm appointed
ami. tor lat Old Reliable Henneylvanla Pin
Inauraaoa Co.. aad wt waat yam to latun
MAI EITATI AN INSURANCE.
RmmI A io, McAfet) Block
a Pastas n, Aabeviu, M, C.
F A. GRACE,
III FRESCO, .
WE THANK YOU
For your liberal patronage la the pan, and
an trying to make oaraetvet more worthy la
the fatar. Never before hart we had tack
aa excellent tt wk to telect from, haying In
created It wonderfully, ttpedaUy In Pint
Ooodt. and we alwayt make price, low. In
fact thla la characteristic with at, aad we
have found .ome trouble with the betterclaaa
of trade on account of low prlcet. Wt admit
thla la a great Incentive to raiet pricet, yet
we rely ap- n the good Judgment of the
maatet to auitatn tit. Rcmeinhcr, we Kunr
ntee every article aold, and II not aa rep e
aented, or duca not give you cutl c eutisla'c-
tloo. we kindly aak you to return It and we
will cheerfully give you hack your money or
anything we have In exchange. We keep
'moat everything In the llrocery and Provlt-
lun line, including Orain and Feed, and would
he glad to have your trade We deliver good,
free of charge to any part of the city, and
keep a two-horac wagon fur delivering Oro
cerlea In large lota and fur our drain and
A. D. COOPER.
North Court fttttntr, corner Mnln imd Co
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have bonievery pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as Japanese Crumb Trays,
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Set, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth and Dust
Brushes, &c. We would like
you to see them. We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at vkky low khi-
ritEs to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Boula A Brotherton.
will set there. We bet on Old Zcb at being
the beat Flour la town. We have Juat receiv
ed a frceh lot of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Estate Brokers.
And Investment Agent.
Loant ee.urely placed at 8 per cent.
il a 2(1 Pattim Avenue Second floor.
ARTHUR J. WILLS,
Neat V M C A hulld'g. P O Uolflft.
( Formerly of Lymaa a Child I,
Office No. i Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Busiue
Loaat accural placed at per mat.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE BRICK WORKS,
AsheTllle, N. C.
P. O. Boat r.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
IXTP.A FINE IMAGE A SPECIALTY.
kl MEP.MM0N AVENUE, ASHEVILLE, N. 0,
Thrtt mlnulct' walk to the ttratt can St
bet board by tat day, week or month.
MRS. BUTTIB COOPER.
NO. 41 PATTON AVENUE.
It la the ulace to buv vour nice China,
l.amnt.. Houm Purnlahlnge. Ulaaaware, cc.
Our ttock of thla clua. of good, auriiaaaea
any In the atate. A vlalt will convince you
A large invoice ea route oj inc nwuwatii
chriatma. rood, ever exhibited In A.hevillc.
which we hope to have open by Dec. 1. Come
enrly and get llrat aelectlona. An e.tra large
aloek nf Alter Dinner ColTi-ca, Pudding ttaluil,
nerry ana ice wrctun nci.. aii .nii"n
preacnte. All mnll order, will rrcelveprompt
.... tt.l.l U. . Vial. anrl uh .r
uoon an almoat endleaa aea of China and
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
IINDHR : GRAND : OPERA : HOUSE.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
We usk speciul attention
for Men and Boys, a nd Wra ps
of all grades for Ladies, Miss
es and Children.
One price system.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clothing, Wraps, Shoes, Dry
floods, Underwear, Uphol
stery Goods, Hats,
Caret8 and Gener
79 PATTON AVE.
A FHimil LOT OP
"MAILLARD'S" FINE CANDIES
Just received at
oWILKIE I ATKINS,
NO. IS PATTON AVB., ASIIBVILLB.
Confectioners and Fruiters.
Kaiiecial attention given to derorallng and
arratiuliitf ni. baaheta of Candlea. I'rulta.
ill. The cholceit I'rulta received uaiiy.
FORMERLY THE EAQLE HOTEL
No. 66 South Main Street
Lara room., well ventilated, warmed by
heaters and open Ure placet I talile supplied
with tht beat tht market afford.. Rate.,
l no per da). 5.00 to tH.OO per weeh,
$30.00 to (30 oo per month.
MRS. L. J. BVRNETTE,
Warm comfortable room., bohm acwly fur-nl-beil
Rood table. Term, reaaoaablt. Ua
Juijiadoai Pattoa Art.
THE NEWS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
THE INDIANS HAVE GONE
THE "BAD LANDS."
THKRB WILL BE A TF.RRIBI.F.
BATTLE FOIIOHT TH KMC.
Omaha, Neb., Dec. 1. The Bill hni re
teived the following Irom Pine Ridge
agency, South Dnkokn, via. Rusliville:
RcilHnwk nndO'iy llett.ngency police,
hnvejust returned Irom spy work nt the
cump nf the Hostile, in the bad Inmli.
One hnd hit horse shot from under him
and both were chimed away with bullets.
The lloseilcs mid they were prepared for
the Inst great battle in t heir history. All
are thirsting lor blood.
WiNNifKfl, Dec. 1 The Sioux Indians
nt Rcgina, N. W. T., sny they will shortly
move across the American boundary nt
the request of their brethren there. This
in undoubtedly the result of the Messiah
A Bee Siecial from Pine Ridge agency
says: ' I he Indian police on duty n lew
hundred yards from the agency buildings
dnthed into Agent Koger'i office late Sat
urday night and snid a panic in the camp
of the friendly Indiana was inevitable,
unless they were given protection. All oi
them hud received an urgent invitation
to join the hostile, and go on the war
path. Agent Roger tent them nn
extra guard of one hundred armed
scouts, but even this did little
good. The Indian villnge contin
ued melting nwny ana buudny revealed
the fact over two-thirds of the 3,000 In
dians who were here at Sunset bad dis
appeared. "The hostile, have decided to
move their camp, into tlie Had lund and
there awnit the coming of the troop to
capture them. They begun moving there
veateniny morning and ov night all were
hidden nwny in that region, wlncu the
best scouts dcscrilic as lieing worse than
the lava liedt in which the Modoc took
It is an utterly barren region of precip
itations, canons and fantastic and ghost
ly formation. Few white men ure nt nil
acquainted with that region. The In
dians, however, know it thoroughly. The
Inrt that it is possible for the Indians,
jvhen once established there, a they arc
now, to continue making raids upon the
settlers adjoining the bnd lunds, will cer
tainly induce the soldiers to rush into
the region after this thieving band ol
reliel and notwithstanding fearful
chance to be incurred.
Gen. Brook has just received a tele
gram of 700 words from Gen. Rugrr
warning him that about lmx ibcy-
cnec warrior were during Irom the
Cheyenne agency to join the hostile near
'Tin. wa the day let for the appear
ance ol the new Indian Messiah.
The troops are still under order to
lie ready to move on a moment' notice."
WILL FIGTiT TO THE END.
THE NATIONALISTS' MF.KTIJIG
Paracll la Detcrmlnd Mot to Rt
alien Only One Reporter Admit
tedAn I'naaUlafaclorji Declalon.
London, Dec. 1. The meeting of the
Irish member of the house of common.
called to cnn.ider what action the na-
tionnlist party (hall take in regard to
the leadership of the party, took place nt
noon to-day. I'amell and his private
secretary were the first to arrive at the
place of meeting.
After the member hnd nil nsacmhlcd
Pnrnell took the chair and called the
mretinu to order. Telegram fr.rni dele
gate of the party now in the I'nited
State and Irom Archin.nop irouc were
An adjournment wa then taken until
1 o'clock to allow the mcmliert to have
A Pnrnell wn leaving the room lit
wa met by an Irish rcimrtcr, to whom
hetnid: "Tell them I will fight to tbr
I'norto the meeting Pnrnell held a
cnnierence with hi aupiiortcr, Joseph
Mnknn, Kenny, John Redmond, Wm
Redmond and Edward llnrdinton.
Power, Shicl and 0' Kelly were present at
The meeting re-convened nt I:no. Tur
ned was almost the last member to ar
rive. About acvrntv-hve of the Irish
members of the house were orctrnt. A
grent bundle of telegrams were handed in.
Dunns: the early unit ol tlie pruceen-
ing those who hnd gathered outside of
the meeting room heard loud cheer.
One of the first subjects discussed wns
whether reporter should tie allowed to
lake note of the proceedings in relation
to the retention of l'nrnell m the leader
ihlp of the nationalistic party. Finally
it wn ncciuea to anmu one reporter,
mimentinff the Freeman' louranl ol
Dublin. This decision wn not satisfac
tory to many of the member.
LOVKD ANOTHKR'i SON.
And Killed. HlniHelf Hecauae De
prived or Mini.
Kalrioh, N. C, Nor. UH.-Laat Wed.
nesilay afternoon J. L. Boiling killed him
elf near Kclrvn Grove, this county, hay
ing taken morphine and thcil allot him.
elf through the head with a pistol, at a
lonely place in the woods.
Three year ago Boiling came to Rnl
eluh. and while here saw little aon of
Major Lynn, who bore a moat atriking
retcmhlance to hit own child who had
died two years prevloutly. Boiling at
once conceived a most violent affection
for the child, and went to Lynn' neigh
borhood and opened a school o that he
might have the boy a a pupil.
Finally the boy's father, fearing that
Bollinn miuht alienate tlie child's aflec-
tion. took the Ixiy away from school
and forbade Boiling to have anything to
do with him, Boiling gave up hit school
and became a peddler, thinking he might
thus get an opportunity to be near the
When he found that hi efforts In thla
direction fniled he went into the woods
not far from I.vnn'a house and there
ended hit lire. He left a long letter in
which he told the fact and itated that
life without the boy wn not worth Hy
ing. Boiling left a win) and daughter
with whom nt had not lived for several
years. Grief at bis son's death bad af
fected bis mind. Richmond Dispatch.
BITRNKD TO DEATH,
Mrs. Burifl.1 finds Her House In
The divorced wife of Dr. Burgin, (or
merty in the employ of the Western North
Carolina railroad living near Andrew,
in Cherokee county, left her home Thurs
day, the only occupant of the house be.
ing a six yenr old child and an infant,
When she returned the house and chil
dren had been consumed by tire. It is
not krfbwn how the lire originated.
PREMDKNT HARRISON'S MKB-
AOE PRKIENTED, .
l.oni winded Documenl, Touch
Inn; on Anout Kvery Subject Un
der the Suu-The Force Bill Com
mended. Wakuinrton, Dec. 1. With the excep
tion of a few scat reserved lor the mem-ln-rs
of the president ' family and for the
diplomatic corps every available scat in
the vast galleries which surround the
chnmlier of the House win occupied
early this forenoon by spectator eager
to witness the proceedings attending the
oiening of the second session of the Fifty
Roars of laughter came from the clonk
rooms. The democrats were especinlly
joyous, and the republicans were obliged
to put up with a great deal of good na
On the democratic tide, Kerr, of Penn
sylvania; llolmnn, Wilton, ol West Vir
ginia, Flower and Vaux were the recip
ient of handsome floral designs.
At noon Sneaker Reed entered the hall
and rnpx-d his gavel instantly restoring
order. After prayer by the chaplain the
clerk proceeded to cull the roll of the
memliers l)V state.
The roll call disclosed the pretence of
227 memlier and the clerk wn directed
to inform the senate ol the quorum and
that the houe wn ready to proceed to
On motion of Mr. Cnnnnn, of Illinois,
resolution were adopted for the nr
Miiiitiiient nt a committee to join n .mil
iar committee on the part ol the atiiatr
to notily the president that congress
wn rcaily to receive any communication
he may see fit to transmit.
New members were then sworn in, in-
ludiui! Clifton R. Ureckenriilge, of Arkan
sas, who wn loudly cheered and the
house then took n recea until l:Jtl.
After a scwion dialing but a lew min
utes the aennte took a recess until 1:3b
o'clock to allow the joint committee to
notify the president that congrcu wn.
prepared to rcumc bu.inesa.
On the re-nsacmbling of congress the
president's menage was rend.
The MesMite. .
The message of the President a. pre
sented to congrcu to-day makes over
100 page, of closely written matter. It
oien by commending the work of the
government department and by the
.tntement that the revenue amounting
io "above $4.50,000,000 have been col
lected and disbursed without revealing a
.ingle case of embexxlement."
Tlie president then goes on to say,
what everybody already knew, that we
are at peace with all the world, and cipc-
pccmlly refers to the pan-American con
ference ut improving tlie relations of tbe
United States with those countries to tlie
south of us. 01 the Muner-Barrundia
incident the message says: "I was con
strained to disavow Mr. Miiner's de
mand and recall him from hi post." The
message commend, the Saiooinn treaty
nnd the new extradition treaty with
Grent Britain; states that the seal ques
tion is still unsettled ; aatrrti that the new
tnrilTlnw levies on certain articles from
llawniithat were made free by treaty;
urge tlie wisdom ol const defences j com
mends Wnnnmnker's administration of
the iKistofricc department; Miyithccnun
try I in fine shape financially; and say.
in defense of the Mckinley bill : "It is cu
rious to note that the advance in tlie
prices ol articles wholly unaffected
by the tariff act was by many
hastily ascrilard to that act.
Then the president goea on to my:
"The misinformation as to the terms ol
the act (the Mckinley bill) which bat
lieen so widely disacmminnlcd at home
and abroad will Ik corrected by experi
ence nnd tlie evil augurie a to it result
confounded hy the market rcpnrta, the
saving bank, international, trade nni-
iincea and the general prosperity 01 our
ro.lc." . ,
The message niso commnnn swcrcturr
Blaine' reciprocity plant, dwelling on
the subject nt great length. Sulisiiliet
lor ship lines are approved of strongly.
The ownership of telegraph line hy lite
government is declared undesirable.
On the lorre lull tnc menage says:
"ICIection laws and methods arc some
time cunningly contrived to secure min
ority control while violence complejca
the shortcomings of fraud.. In
mv la.t annunl inemuiire suggested that
the development nf tlie existing law pro
viding a federal supervision ul congress
ional elections offered nn effective met hod
of relorming these abuses, The need nf
such a law ha manifested itself in many
part nf the country and ill restraints
and nennltic will be useful in all. The
constitutionality of such legislation ha.
been atttrmed ny the supreme court. 11.
probable afTrctivcncas is evidenced by the
character of the opposition that is made
made to it. It has Iwen denounced as
il it were new exercise of federal
power and invasion of the righta
of the states. Nothing could be
fill t tier from the truth. The snme law
nroviiles for the appointment of deputy
United Btntes marshals to attend nt the
willa, supimrt the supervisor in the dis
charge of their duties and to arrest
nersons violating the election law.
If it (hall hnpn that the pennltie of
law intended to enforce these right fnll
lie re and not there, it It not because
the law it sectional, hut because
hnppily crime is local and not universal;
nor should it be forgotten that every
law whether relating to election or tola ny
other subject, whether enacted hy the
(late or by the nation, hat force behind
The mcMniie goes on to commend the
force bill anil is the Inst topic treated of
at length, Not a word Is said about
The asasr Traat.
Nrw Vosk, Dec. 1. udgc Cullcn, of
Brooklyn, ba rendered dcciiioa in the
tugnr trust suit continuing tbr injunc
tion staying to receivers during the pen
dency of the trustees' appeal from an or
der creating receiverships, The appeal is
to lit argued Dec, 8,
THE OFFICIAL RETURNS.
Returns front All the Districts Can
vassed Nome Interestlnsr Flat,
The State canvaasing bourd haa can
vassed the return of the vote for 0
gretsmcn a follow:
Kirt district W. A. B. Branch, demo
crat) lu,M(i; Claude Bernard (republi
can) 12.083. Democratic majority,
Second district J. M.Mewborne, (dem
ocrat) 15,713: H. P. Cheatham, (repub
lican) io.u-ki. Kcpuoncan majority,
Third district B. P.Grady, I democrat)
17.348; Gcorue C. Scurlock, (republican)
h,u-i. Democratic minority, ,N07.
Fourth district It. II. Bunn (demo
crat). 18,995; Alex. Mclverl republican),
1 (. iH-mocrnlic majority, u,o7n.
Fifth district A. H. A. William ( dem
ocrat 1, 10,143; J. M. Brower (republi
can 1, 14,204. Democratic majority, 1,
939. Sixth district 8. B. Alexander (demo
crat), 10.820; R. M.Norincnt (republi
can I, (4,424. Democratic majority, 8,390.
Seventh district J. S. Henderson, Idem-
crat, 13,240; V. C. Thomas! republican I.
9,280. Democratic majority, 3,900.
liighthdittrict W. H. H.Cowlcs(dcm-
ocrull. 9,980; U. W. Faucctt (republi
can I, 9,243. Democratic majority, 743.
Coi-ntiks. CsawriiKn. Bw.it.
Cherokee, em 772
Clay. 4.-JH 1136
Graham, 31 213
Hnywimd, l.B'.'a h;io
Henderson. K0A 1.1 8
Jnekaon, 1,04m R44
Mellowed, UM HH5
Miicon. una 700
Madl.on, 1,108 1.022
Mitchell, KM 1,333
I'nlk. 4IIA RM
Rutherford. 1.7MO 1.SH4
Swain. 0U7 878
Tran.ylvaula, 51A 4M1
anecy, 77 737
The footing of the vote for colicitora
show the democratic majorities as fol
low: First (listrKt.JohnU. Hlount,879;
third, John Iv. Wooilwnrd, 6,458 ; fourth,
i.ilwanl w. rou. d,28l ; hltli, lidward S.
Parker, 3.115; sixth, U. H. Allen, 11.904
( no opposition ) : seventh. Franklin Mc
Neill, 1 ,445 ( no oppo.ition I ; eighth, Ben
jamin F. Long, 4,901 ; tenth, William C.
Newland, 108; eleventh, Krank I. Os
borne, 13.308 (no opposition); twelfth,
George A. oncs, 1,700.
Republican majorities, second district,
George H. White, colored, 2,533; nintb
district, Thomas Settle, 708.
Buncombe county superior court met
here this morning, his honor, fudge
Fred Philli)S on the bench.
The jurors for the first week of tbe
court are: R. II. bmbler, C. H.Camp
bell, R. L. Patton, Joel Brigman. W. S.
Robertson, G. W. Lankford, R. M. War
ren, A. H. Ingle, J. T. Parhnm, S. R. Kep
ler, W. llnrris, D. A. Wagner, W. F. Ran
dolph. 8. P. Dougherty, D. W. Cauble,
M. aiclntire, u. 11. wild, David
For the second week the juror are J.
. Daniel, A. M. Ducket, Z. V. Buckner,
T. N. Kdward. B. F. Brookihire, W. R.
Kny, D. F. Gndger, . Walker, John H.
Baton. G. P. Reed, J. M. Case, Jack Sor-
rellt.H.S. Hamilton, J. W. F. Wells, E.
Koliinaon, J. r. alurnes, John McKin-
The case of the Pall of Neuse manu
facturing company vs. Thos. Hendricks,
t part of the Sulphur Springs litigation,
wm tht lirst cast called. I he suit in
volves property worth about 12,500
wett of this city. The plaintiffs were rep
resented by Moore etc Merrick and P. A.
Cummings and the defendants by Jones
The case resulted in a mistrial and wa
Tlie ense ol VunGilder St Brown vs.
Locke Critic wn taken up next. Cobb
& Merrimon and Moore & Merrick were
the plaintiff's lawyers and Gudger, Car
ter Be Martin and Jones & Shuford ap
peared lor tlw defendants.
COUNTY COM MISSION ICRS.
The New Metnhers of the Bonrd
The board of commissioner! for the
county of Buncombe met this morning iu
regular monthly session.
The first bu.inest transacted wns ad
ministering tlie oath ol office to the new
members ol the board. These are R. C.
Clayton, Jnmes W. Morgan and J. Prank
Wells, and tney were cicctea oy tnc mag
istrates in June. The oath wasadminis
tered by W, T. Reynolds, who has been
clerk of the superior court until to-day.
The retiring commissioners are J. C. Cur
tis. I. A. Rcniran and w. x. I'ortcr. wno
lor two years have been faithful in their
duties. J. Iv. Rankin and Levi Plemmont,
member, of the old board, and who were
re-elected in June, were alto sworn in this
After the ceremony 01 taking the ontn
Mr. I'lemmoni moved that Mr. Rankin,
who ha held the same oosition for 15
years, lie made the chairman of the
hoard. Tlie motion wn seconded by Mr,
Wells and Mr. Rankin was elected by a
AI FMHS OP CONSEQVENCB.
Inhabitants of tbe Dnnulie Vnlley were
terror-stricken recently by a violent
shock of earthquake.
A decree has been Issued In the Argen
tine Republic reducing thcsnhtrieiof gov-
eminent olhcial ten per cent.
Quay ha returned to Washington from
Thursday night Ice over two Inches
thick formed In the line canal.
n. K. Inmison St Co.. Philadelphia
hankers have made an assignment. Their
liabilities are large.
Pour Jersey city bnllot-lwx atuffer
have been sentenced to eighteen months
each ol hard labor in prison.
The Brntillnn naval officers have pre
sented the government mediifto the Pres
ident and were given a brilliant recep
tion at tbe w nite noute.
Congressman Mill says the democrats
In the house will make a strong resist
ance to revolutionary methods if their
opponents resort to them is tht coming
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the market, wherever known.
DIRBlfJONS FOR U8B.
The dote for an adult la two tcaapoonfula
a win. slaaa of water, boat for children
proportion, accord in to aire, la either
cat the dote caa be repeated every thirty
mtnoe. until a cure la effected. One doae will
alwayt drlvt away an attack of Headache,
taken when Brat feeling the premonitory
aymotoma; but if tbe attack la well on, aad
ufferin I. latcnac, the accoad or third doae
may be required. Uaually a greater number
of doae. u required to effect tht llrat cure
than la needed for aay lucceeding time there
after, allowing that the medicine It accumu
lative la Ita effect., tending toward aa event
aal permanent cur
Par sale at
CO It NE It EAGLE 1ILOCK.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Christmas Presents and Hoi
Just opened, coinprirjiiig
novelties, both useful and or
namental. Special attention
is called to our large stock
of embroidery, silks, zephyrs
and wools of all kinds, felts
and .mntt't'ials for fancy
work. Latest desiinis in
China silks, new stock of
dress trimmings, velvets,
plushes, silks, &c. We aro
agent for the celebrated Cen
tenieri kid gloves; also a
complete line of genuine Fos
ter gloves. Our assortment
of handkerchiefs anil aprons
or the holidays are immense.
Our display of winter wraps
for ladies, misses and chil
dren is the largest in the city.
A complete stock of under
wear for ladies, misses and
children. Blankets, comforts,
shawls, curtain goods, house
hold linen. Call on us. Cor
ner Eagle Block. 46 S. Main
4JCli. in WahHir T-li ir..
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