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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 181.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned and devel
oping tiH a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN' NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for heulth-
rnlness and lieauty of
An elevation of .1,800 feet,
It is being laid out with
tHte and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A desirable place for tine
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress. LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO,,
Llnvlllc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
THE POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE.
Novelties for the Holidavs.
Make. .peclalty of lk.
Wool, Linen and Cott n Ma
terial, for Art Bmbroldrry.
Wrap, for Ladle., Mlit and
Children. Underwear for La
dle., Mlim, Men and Buys,
A full line of 8uicrior lir
30 South Wain Street. 30
33 . maIn 8T. AbHBVILLB,
iithi rues roa
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
"Views and Sketches.
REAL ESTATE. '
WALTS B. OWTH,
W. W. WK.T.
GWYN & WEST,
(BncceMora to Walter B.Owya)
REFER TO RANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loam Secarely Placed at 8
slotary Pablk. ConUlonrs of Deed..
OPriCB BitHa Court Bciuare.
"THE SUN 00 MOVE,"
Andsodoe. A.hevllle The great hu.tllni
act I. now heina penonnca oj a""""
un.tne. niea 01 in.
OF THB SOUTH. Bvery nan ha. hi. scheme
and h. ralatn It In moat cat, to not unwill
ing .an. We don't mind telling you that our
achem. I. to Mil all the land and Insure all
th. property we can, before "The Robin;
Net Acala." We have Jut been appointed
irr.u for the Old Hellable Pcnn.ylvanla Hire
Insurance Co., and t. want you to In.ure
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Rooms at 10, McAfee moca,
an Pattern At.., Ashrrlll., N. C.
F. A. GRACE.
Ave thank you
For your liberal patronage In the past, and
arc trying to Make ouraelvci more worthy In
the future. Never before have we bad vh
an excellent et-wk to select from, having In
created It wonderfully, especially in Pine
Good, and we always make prices luw.
fact thli la character! tic with ua, and we
have found tome trouble with the liettcrclaiw
of trade on account of low prices). We admit
thU le a great Incentive to raise price, yet
we rely up n the Koud judgment of the
masse to NutHlq u. Kcim-uiltrr, we uuar
antec every article sold, nnd If not nw r'p e
scntcd, or does not ulvc you tali e auiisfac-
tlon, we kindly auk yu to return It and wi-
wlll cheerfully Rive you back your tnuney or
anything we have In cxchtttiKc. We keep
'most everything In the liroccry and Provis
ion tine, Including Grain and Peed, and would
Ik itlud to hiivc your trade We deliver goods
free of charge to any part of the city, and
keep a two horse wagon for delivering Cm-
eerlee In large lota and fur our Uruin and
A. D. COOPER.
North Court Bqtinrc. corner Main nnd Co
lce at recta.
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
ns Japanese Crumb Troys,
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Sets, 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 vkkv low fw-
cues to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Bout & Brotherton.
4:1 Pntton Ate., under Grand ()iera House.
will get there. We bet on Old Zeb n. being
the hot I'luur In town. We have Juat receiv
ed a fresh tot of
KEG AND BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give them a trial, at
17 South Main Street.
Real Estate Broken,
And Investment Agent.
Loan, ecu rely placed at per cent,
J A 20 I'atton Avenue Second floor.
ARTHUR J. WILLS.
a I'atton Avenue.
Next V M C A build's. P O Box on,
( Formerly of Lyra an a Child I,
Office No. 1 Legal Block.
Strictly a Brokerage BuaincM
Loan, .ecu rely placed at 8 per cent.
WM. R. PENNIMAN,
THE ASHEVILLE. BRICK WORKS.
ABhevillC, N. C.
P. O. Boa P.
J. V. BOUL.INEAU,
Choice Beer, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINE SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.-
62 MERRIMON AVENUE, ASHEVILLE, N. C
Three minute' walk to the .treet ear. Be
toct board by the day, week or month.
MRS. BKTTIK COOPER,
NO. 41 PATTON AVENUE.
It la stir itlnrw tn luiv vrtiit nliw China
Unrips House PurnishlnK, tilitaiware, Ac.
Hir attK'k tif thla cIhhh of gondii aurpaaaeii
any In the BtHte. A viitit will convince you
A funic invoice en route of the hiinilnomeat
ChrintmHH gooda cvcrcxhihlted In Aahevlllc.
wnicn we hoik to nave open uy icc. i. uonu-
enrlv mid kc( ttmt nrlcctluni. An extra large
itttH-k of Alter I 'Inner Collect., Pudding So hn I,
Uerry and Ice Ctvuni Seta. All auitutiie lor
iirrariita. All mml onlcru will receive nrotnui
nnd quick attention. Oooda nhlpied to any
pan 01 ti e uniiea cintcn. viiu un nnu k
uihiu an almost entllcaa aea of China and
K en ucc t fully.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
UNIilCR : GKAND : OI'liKA : HOL'SIJ.
T. C. SMITH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Asheville, - N. C.
Our Mr. Iledwood's recent
purchases in New York show
some excellent values, the re
sult of best cash discounts on
goods already low becauso of
a dull market. Besides a lot
of seasonable things to wear,
we have a much larger stock
of Fancy Goods, Toys and
Holiday Goods generally,
than ever before. For a Iim
jted jeriod a large discount
H. REDWOOD & CO.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE.
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats,
Shoes, Curjiets and
K PKUHII LOT OI'
"MAILLARD'S" FINE CANDIES
Juat received at
oWILKIE I ATHNS
NO. 13 PATTON AVB., AMIBVIIXB.
Conrcctloncra and Prultcra.
R.neHal attention given to decoratlns; and
arraiitflntf nK'C luiskcti, nf Candle., I'rulu,
cu. The cnoiceat rraiu received aauy.
FORMERLY THE EAQLE HOTEL,
No. 66 South Main Street.
Lanr rooms, well ventilated, warmed by
beater, and open are places; table .applied
with the he.t th. market afford.. Bates,
1.60 per da), BS.OO to H.OO per week,
30.00 to 80 oo per month.
MRS. L. J. BURNETT K,
Warm comfortable rooms, house newly fttr-nl-hed
i aond table. Term, rcawmabl.. On
.treet ear fc
JalylSdea SIB Pattoa At.
THE JIEVS !
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
PRGUOBNT POLK DKI.I VICRB
. Hit, ANNUAL ADDKIvMM.
HE MAKES A NUMBER OF INTER
Ocai.a, Flu., Dec. 3. The Niitiounl
farmers' allinncc and industrial union
met in the nicin houac yintcrcluy. Nenrl.v
very delegation hurl arrived, nnd the
house win crowded with alliance men
Immediately nflci calling the delegates
to order, President Polk U'Kim the de
livery of his annual address, which oceu
pied over 'an hour. The address con-
urattilated the alliance on its nehieve
inents since the last meeting, and then
reviewed the causes of agricultural dc
liression. The president declared thai
this depression is nn anomaly to the stu
dent 01 industrial progress.
"The retrocession in American nuri
culture," he said, "menus nntiiinatdecay,
and powerful and promising as 1 this
yoiinc Rinnt republic, yet its power and
Klory touch not the degradation of the
The alarm incident to the ccntnilizii-
tion of t he money power and Che unbuild
ing 01 muno,ioiics was tnen (minted out
nnd lioth political uarties were con
demned for lorcinir and encouraiiini! this
cuiHiuion. nun rcicrence to cxleiiuini:
u. 1 !J . J .,. . ,v
whit, .- pii-niuciu urjjru tuai aoui
lioniil omaniiers be sent at once into
Oregon, WushiiiRton, Ohio, New York,
New Jersey, Arizona and other states.
Among his recommendations was
one that an organization be
formed to be known at the
national legislature, composed of the na
tional president and the presidents of all
state alliances, their dutv beimr to look
closely niter the legislative reform de-
munuea by the alliance both in state leg
islution and in congress. He recom
mended changes in the constitution, and
recited "demands" to be made in the way
of financial, land, election und tnx re
forms. He depreciated sectionalism ami
closed with an eloipient appeal for nu-
Aside from the reoort of the committee
on credentials very little business wa
transacted at lust mglil's session. Tin
secretary's report was presented to-day.
A resolution was adopted enforcing the
strictest secrecy on the members with
reference to the transactions ol the con
vention and providing lor the apiint
mcnt ot a committee on press report,
which alone is authorized to give out in
A BIO DKPICIICNCY.
It Will Amount lo Sj4.077.1j7 In
Washington, Dec. 3. Messrs. James
C. Courts and Thos. P. Cleaves, clerks
to the house and senate committee on
appropriations, have prepared a table
giving a comparitive statement of the
revenues and expenditures ol the govern
ment for the current and the next fiscal
The total estimated needs of the gov
ernment for the next fiscal year are
$481,03,109. an increase of $75,4.-10,-G20
over the estimates for the current
year. These estimates do not in-
ilunc any money tor rivers anil
hurlKirs. The total estimated revenue
for the current year are JW.Oja.lKIl,
making the excess of estimated appro
priations, exclusive of deficiencies and
miscellaneous, over the estimated reve
nues for lh'Ja, $34,077,1:17. Included in
the estimates are $7,(HNi,lMM) for sugar
bounties, and $4,000,000 or $.ri,0(IO,iHiti
lor payment of drawbacks under the lust
Uallour Deems lo bti Awake lo II
London, Dec. 3. Balfour, chief secre
tary for Ireland, has ordered a miiiMif
war to convev a Inrtre fiumtitv nf menl
to relieve the distress which prevails
among the inhabitants of Clare Island
and Imsturk, arising from the failure ol
the potato crop in those sections of the
MOW THIS IN WKATIIIvK.
Ttilrty-Meveta DeKreea llclow Xcro
I P In Hloo.utnur Uuvbcc.
Month UAL, Dec. 3. Kxtrenicly cold
weather prevails in eastern Ontario nnd
western Quebec. The temierature here
venterdnv was 15 below zero, and a
high wind blew, making it almost im
possible to remain in the streets. I he
temperature at Chichester, Quebec, was
IT'M A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY.
Th Political Mew la All On One
aide Tneae Daya.
Huston, Dec. 3. At theCumbridgecily
election yesterday Hon. A. B. Alger, dem
ocratic nnd citizens candidate for mayor,
was elected by 1)3 plurality. The vote
for aldermen was very close and a recount
may change the result. No license wns
adopted bv 664 majority.
A BBOKKN SHAfT,
II Han Canned the Knropla lo Be
London, Dec. 3, The Anchor line
steamer Ethiopia, Captain Wilson, from
New York Nov. 16 for Glasgow, concent'
ing whose safety some anxiety hat been
felt she being several days overdue
passed Tony Island this morning. lier
shaft is broken.
THB KLICCTIO" RILL.
The Democratic nenalora Hold a
Wasiiinuton, Dec. 3. The democratic
senators will hold a conference on the
election bill this evening alter the ad
journment of the senate.
Bplnnlna Company's Fire.
London, Dec. 8. The mills of the Coy
entry cotton spinning company, at Coy.
entry, have been damaged by lire $100.
000 worth. This throw! two hundred
hand out of employment.
A BIk Detroit Finn auneraa Heavy
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 3. The fine cut
depart mcnt of the Scot ten tobacco wrks,
costing $100,000, was destroyed by fire
early this morning. The stock is also t
total loss but the value is unknown.
Snow rendered it difficult for the en
gincs to reach the fire, which was in the
suburbs of the.city. The blaze spread
rapidly nnd in Croc ipiarlcrs of an hour
one wnoie sine ol tnc liuililing was in
At this time the firemen were nt work
on the l-orl street side. The corner
the front fell and the order uiven to fall
buck. It was too late however, and tire
men Kobimuin and Cotighien were killed
oy a tcrriine nun ol brick.
Six hundred girls arc tlirownoiit of cm
ploymcnt by the fire.
GREAT MANY IDLE MIXERS
thi:mi: ark now maid to iik
The Alunnn.a Iron InduHtry Irel
ly Neitrly Paralyzed by lhHlrlke
-Hoth aideafjulel nl l-'lrm.
Bikmim'.iiau, Ala., Iiec. 3. The strik
ing conl millers were yesterday joined by
nearly all the men who were nt work
Monday and all the inincrsnrciillccxcrpt
where the convicts worked nnd whore
negro miners had been secured. At th
Ulockton mines where 2,000 men are em
ployed the conservative element tried to
get nil the men to return to work yester
day, but fuiled nnd those who worked
Monday went out.
1 here are N.ooo miners now idle and
the indications are that the struggle will
lie a long one. Nearly half the furnaces
in the district will go out of blast this
week nnd others will follow lis soon as
the stock ol coke is exhausted.
The strikers are very ouirt. but the
leaders say they have gone in to win.
The miiieouerntors remain united ngainst
paving the advanced wages demanded.
FAMHtiTT AND CI.AKK8UN.
They are Both al the Battery Park
Senator J. Sloan Fassclt, ol Elmirn, N.
V., nnd chairman of the Fassctt state in-
vestignting committee, is nt the Battery
Park hotel. He reached here last night
from Washington, where he was on Mon
day when congress assembled. He says
his visit here has m. thing to do with pol
itic nnd that he is here merely to visit
his mother and sister who are spending
the winter at the Battery Park. Mr.
Pnssctl has been in close conversation
with ex-Assistant Postmaster-General
Clarkson pretty frcipicntlv since his ar
rival here and what tlicvhavesind would
doubtless make mighty interesting rend
ing for publication. It is said that Mr.
Knssett has been in Washington recently
to make some arrangements for an early
meeting of the national republican exec
utive committee, ol which he issccrctnry.
It is assorted that Senator Oiiay is to
resign as chairman of the committee nnd
that President Harrison prclers Mr. Fas-
sett to den. Clnrkson us Ouay'a suc
cessor. This may have something to do
witb the meeting of tlie lenders in this
this city. Mr. Knssett goes back to New
York to resume his labors on the inves
tigating committee in a few days. It is
probable that Ocn. Clnrkson will leave
lien. Clnrkson says his health is srcntly
improved since his coming to Asheville,
his asthma being almost gone, lie at
tribute this cure to the glorious climate
ol this section. Ilis wile and son will re-
muiu lure tor some time.
TO BI'ILU AT ONl'K.
I.OIH In NorttiweNt Anhevllle Mold
on Thl AitTectncnU
A linndsome pint of the property of the
Asheville loan, construction nnd improve
ment company has been prepared, show
ing all the lots. Four of the lots have
been sold, at tlie reduced rates offered
by the company, as a snecin
inducement to build. I'ndrr the
agreement, each purchaser must erect
dwelling to cost not less than
$3,000 and have it completed wilbin six
George F. Davis, of the United Slates
navy, bought one of the lots, 85x200, on
Montloro avenue. Mr. I'nvis 11 occupy
ing Mr. Woolscy's house corner of Char
lotte and Chestnut streets for the winter.
Charles 11. Hartshorn, of New York,
bought another lot of the same size, cor
ner of Montford avenue and Cullowhce
place and Mr. Atkins has bought a
triangular lot 250x200x204 on the op
Key. W. 8. P. Bryan, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, has bought n
lot on Nnntahnln avenue and Cullowhce
street. These ore all $2,000 lots.
A Chattanooga Lumber Firm
Ciiattanoiioa, Tcnn., Dec. 3. The
Chattanooga Lumber and manufactur
ing company hns made nn assignment to
George II. Fowl, for the benefit of its
creditors. The amount of the indebted
ness is sumiosed to lie about $40,000.
The schedule ol assets loots up $14,000.
The company wns recently organized
with J. 9. Anthony, 01 uoston, as prcsi
dent, and it is in id $25,000 was put in
by New England capitalists.
OHI HKM COOL.
Parnell No! Vel Oualed It Mcema
LonVon, Dec. 3. In the Piirnellitc
meeting yesterday a vote was taken on
Nolan's proposition to adjourn the con1
fcrence to meet ngmn in Dublin and it
wns defeated 44 to .0. Parnell is de
scribed as putting the question and an
nouncing the vote, which defeated bis
friends' effort as delay, with as much
coolness as if it was ot no personal con
sequence to himself.
HELD I' P.
Robbers Take aj.aoo Canh From
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 3. In brond daylight
yesterday afternoon Joseph Nuschicr,
enshier of the Allenton Pnckingconipnny,
one of the most extensive at the stock
yards, was held up in his own office in
the packing house by two unknown men
of granger-like appearance and relieved of
,uv in cava,
INTRODUCED IN THH
II V MR, FRANK.
The Bill AIho Provldea'for Re-dla
trlctli.K tlie atnlea Accot dinar lo
Certain Requlre.ueuta Here latd
Wakiiinoton, Dec. 3. In the house
ycs'.c-duy Mr. I'rnnk, of Missouri, iutro.
duccd for reference a bill making an iii-
porlioniiiciit of the representatives in
congress under the eleventh census. It
provides that after March 3, 1803, the
house of representatives shall be com.
Hiscd of 3fi(i mcnilxTS, to be appor
tioned among the several states us fol
lows: Alabama 0. A' kansas 6. California 7.
Colorado 2, Connecticut 4, Delaware 1,
l-loridn i, tienrgin 11, Idaho 1, Illinois
11, Indiana 1.1, Iowa 11. Kansas 8, Ken
lucky 1 1, Louisiana (i, Maine 4, Mary
land , Massachusetts la, Michigan VI,
Minnesota 7, Mississippi 7, Missouri
15, Montana 1, Nebraska G. Ne
vada 1, New Hampshire 2. New
Jersey 8, New York 84, North
(.nrolinu 0, North Dakota 1, Ohio
21, Oregon 2, I'ciinsvlviinia 30, Rhode
Island 2, South Carolina 7, houth Dako
ta 2, Tennessee 10. Texas 13, Vermont 2
Virginia 10, Washington 2, West Virgin
in 4, Wisconsin 10, Wyoming 1.
Representatives irom tnc states Here
after admitted into the union shall be in
addition to the nuinlier herein provided.
The bill provides for redisricting the
states, and that Representative to
the Kiftv-tliird and subsequent con
gresses shall be elected by dis
tricts composed ol territorv continuous.
adjoining and compact, so that the dis
tance Irom the central point to the sev
eral bouiidurics shall lie as nearby cunl
as practicable and the population not
greater nor less by more than 8,000 than
the average population ot the districts in
CASKS IN COl'RT.
wo Action for Damage. Con
tinued. The suit of C W. Mnlone, administra
tor of Lewis Guthrie against the Ashe
ville light und power company to re
cover damages for the death of Guthrie
which was caused bv the explosion ol
the defendant's gas tank, was continued
yesterday in the superior court. The
suit for damages of Thos. Gates adminis
trator of William Gates for the death ol
the latter from the same cause as
Guthrie's was disposed of in the same
The suit for damages of Win. Meredith
agninst the K. and D. railroad company
ir the loss of nn arm was taken up and
notice of npieal to the supreme court was
Mile" in Philadelphia Time..
We have the advantage in summer
dressing because our climate is largely
summer, und the southern woman is in
her glory in her fluffy white
dresses the greater part of the
year. And oh, how she hates colored
underclothes and nil sorts ol economic
schemes which would deprive her of her
snow-white linen and laces. She is also
an enemy to dress reform the divided
skirt would extinguish hrr she hasn't
common sense" enough to like the shoe
of that name; she holds Madame Jcnness-
MHlcr her personal enemy, nnd grapples
her Iricnd, the corset, to her side witb
hooks of steel.
Kconoiui of an litlltor.
Prom the Norrlstown Herald.
The editor ol a Pennsylvania weekly
paper paid a fellow $75 for a manuscript
exHising the secret of free masonry.
lie count have got all tne degrees in a
blue lodge in Ins own town for $30, and
thus discovered the secrets for himself.
Such economy as that is what makes cus
tomers for the Washington hand press.
I'mm the l'licircndc I'latler.
Lawyer, at the theatreon 11 first night.
"1 can't imagine how the piece can lie
drawn out into live acts." Author
Oh. that is very simple. In the first net
you sec, the hero gets into a lawsuit."
AflWIKS OF C0SEsjriiSCB.
The Ivxchenuer court of Ireland has ap
proved the sentence of the lower court in
the case of Dillon, O'Brien and nil who
who were convicted ol conspiracy nt
Col. Cody telegraphs from Mamlon, N.
I).: "Winter has set in, nnd if the Messiah
doesn't get a move on himself the snow
will blow through his whiskers so rap
idly that he will forget to materialize."
Floods in Ticn-Tsin, China, have ren
dered destitute a vast portion of thepop-
ulacc. who have become desperate in con
sequence of the lack of food, and threaten
to massacre nun piunucr uuropenn resi
The records show a large increase in
Gladstone declines to acknowledge any
further communication from Parnell.
August Belmont's Brent racing stable
will be sold in comphuncc with his will.
Bismnrek's autobiography will appear
early next year, and it will I printed in
A tunnel between Scotland and Ireland
is discussed, fifty miles long, to cost $40,'
Secretary Proctor hns determined upon
a general concentration of troops to sup
press the Indian disorder.
Tlie New York retail grocers are push
ing the proposeil ordinance providing
for the sale of fruits and vegctubtes by
Fifty thousand pounds sterling have
been contributed toward the hundred
thousand desired by Gen. Booth to re
deem "darkest linglnnd."
As soon ns the obstacles to execution
by electricity raised in the case of Woods,
the colored man, are disposed of, there
will be a trial ol the method at Sing
Sing, which, it friend claim, will dem
onstrate its success,
Citizen of New Mexico nre loud In de
nouncing the government for taking
awny the cavalry from the Navajo (Apa
che) country, ns that tribe is (bowing
signs of uneasiness and will no doubt
cause cnmiderable trouble when fully
aware that military protection has been
withdrawn from the territory.
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AND NOTHlNO EL8B.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa
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nnd reliable article ii. the murket for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Huadaciiu. The
immense fuvor which has greeted it from
all quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, und
those who huve once tried it, will never
For its curative powers it doc not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs a
CHLORAL AND C0CAINB,
Since it doe not coutuin an utom of
either ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is n a Cathartic, docs not
disarrange the itomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The peculiar advantage of Antimi
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reliable a a cure for any kind of head
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no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other (o-callcd "harm-
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the most popular and saleable article iu
the market, wherever known.
DIKBCi.ONS POR USB.
The done for an adult la two teaspoonful.
In a wine alas, of water. loic fur children
proportion, according to age. In either
caae the dose can be repeated every thirty
minuca nntll a cure 1. effected. On. dune will
alway. drive away an attack of licnilachc.
If taken when first fcclinK the premonitory
symptom.; but If the attack I. well on, and
suffering: is intense, the second or third dote
may be required. Usually a in-eater number
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than I. needed for any succeeding time there
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Just 01CIK(1, ('Olllprirjillg
novi'ltioH, botiUiHoful niul or
naincntal. Special attention
in called to our largo Btoek
of embroidery, rtilkn, zepliyrs
and wool of all kinds, felts
mntei'inls for fancy
work. Latest designs in
silks, now stock of
plushes, silks, &c. Wo aro
agent for tlio celebrated Cen-
temcri kid gloves: also u
complete lino of genuino Fos
ter gloves. Our assortment
of handkerchiefs and aprons
for the holidays are immense.
Our display of winter wru ps
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. Cull on us. Cor
ner Eagle Block, 40 S. Mail .