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Asheville Daily Citizen
VOLUME VI. NO. 198.
ASHEVILLE, N. C., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A place planned mid devel
oping oh a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for henlth-
InlnenH and beauty of
An elevation of .1,800 feet,
It h Iwinir aid out witli
tiiMte 11 nd skill, with well
utiuUnI romlH and extendi ve
A deHiraMo ilar for line
A irood onnortunity for
nroHbihle investinenta. For
illustrated tiainiihlet, ud-
LINVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Llnvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
THE POPULAR SHOPPINQ PLACE.
Novelties for the Holiday.
Make a .pedalljf of 811k,
Wool, Linen and Cottoa Ma
terial for Art Bmbroidcrjr.
Wrap, for Ladies, Mlsaea aad
Children. t'adcrarear for La
dle., Ulim, Mca and Boys.
A Ml line of Superior Drj
joSouth Main 8trcet.-3Q
LARGEST VARIETY, BEST 6000S
THE LOWEST PRICES.
II SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C
WlLTSS B. OWT.
W. W. WT
GWYtl & WEST,
(BuccrMora to Walter B.Owra)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loans Securely Placed at S
Notary Pabtk. Coaflsalonare of Deed.
"THE SUN DO MOVE."
And so doea A.herllle. The treat ha.tllna;
art Mi now helnar perforated by all genuine
ba.ta.ea mea of the
OP THH iOllTlt. Bvery man baa bit araetne
aad be relate. It la m(cu to not unwill
ing ear.. We don't mind tailing you that our
scheme I. to eell all the land and Insure all
the property w. eaa, before "The Robin.
Neat Again.'' We hare Ju.t been appointed
ageata for the Old Bailable Pcanaylvanla Plre
Insurance Co., aad vre want rou to Ineurc
JBNK8 At JBNaTS,
REAL ESTATI AND INSURANCE.
Rooms aft 10, McAfee Block,
8 Pattoa Ave., Aehevllle, N. C.
F. A. GRACE.
' IN FRESCO.
Will be complete without a
Hupply of our mixed and
plain Candies, new freHh
Nuts, Hasina, Florida Bweet
Oranges, Lemons, Currants,
Citron, Coeoanuts, Mince
Meat, Canned Fruitu, Butter,
Kggs, Cheese, Coffee, Teas,
Don't forget uh when you
are looking for something to
A. D. COOPER.
Nurth Court Hqunrr, corner Mnlu at Co
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
cles needed in Housekeeping,
yet we ha v some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as Japanese Crumb Trays,
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 very low kkj
I'UES to make room for other
goods more in bur line. If
you want these goods, price
ours btfore buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Boula A Brotherton.
48 Patton Ave., under Orand Opera House.
wilt get there. We bet on Old Zcb being
the best Floar In town. We hare just rrcelT-
ed lYeah lot of
KEG ANO BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and give then a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
And Investment Agents.
Loan. ec.-urely placed at A per cent.
il Ik 'M Pattoa Avenue. Hecond Hour.
8 Patton Avenue.
Net (MCA hulld'K.
(formerly of Lyman a Child).
Office No. I Leo;al Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Business
Loan, securely placed at per seat.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Yeal
EXTRA FINE SAUSAOE A SPECIALTY.
FOR SALE I
A well eetahllahed bnelncea In A.hevllle,
centrally located, doing a flrat clase trade
with large prnnta. Thl. la the beat opportu
nlty now offered In thl. city. Muat be aold
becauee of ownrr'a III health.
Alio, a nret-claee aew reeldence, centrally
inrH.vd If taken now caa be hadchcan.
We offer a aplendld tract of tlmberland.for
aalc or aa an inveeimcni on anarcn. a-opinr,
oak and buckeye.
Ptia Rust Furnished and unfurnl.hed
Iiiiuot only a few minute, from Court
wantro Two large residences, with every
convenience, to rem iiinu.nco.
iiiar PunLiaiinn Olr new pamphlet
Aahevllle. Pull of latcat statistics. Call for
BIOBLOW Jk JONES,
It HAL BBTATB AND INVIMTMBNTS,
Room McAfee Block, S3 Pattoa Avenue.
In an endless assortment at
the Crystal Palace. Delegates
and the people generally are
requested to call and exam
ine our large stock Xmas
Presents, in fine Stand, Bou-
guet and Piano Lamps, fine
hina Tea, Dinner, Solid,
Pudding, Ice Cream and Ber
ry Sets, Dig line after dinner
Coffees, Custard Cups. Table
Mirrors, nne tups and Sau
cers in Limoges and Jtelleek
Vienna, Carlsbad, Pointon's
and Koyal W orcester m odd
pieces, Bisque Figures, etc
In conclusion, out stock e.v
eels any in the state. Vinit us
whether you wish to buy or
enjoy looking at the display
More goods to arrive thiH
week look out tor them.
(Soodsfor shipment packed
witn great care.
All mall order promptly eicctitcd. Write
to u. fur pricca, etc.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
No. 41 Patton Avenue.
Crockery, Liimnt, lluusc lrurniKhinKi
K very body to see our stock
of Holiday floods. TJiaJike
lias never before ticen tn ex
hibition in Asheville. Quali
ty par excellence the best,
Assortment large and vn-
ried.-T. C. SMITH & CO.,
Druggists, Public Square,
opposite Court House.
Toys from Sic to Hoc.
Paney Articles for Chri.tmaa Prescnta,
Toilet rlcta, Mirrors,
Boa Paper, Cupa and 8auecra,
luvenile Hooka, Albuma,
Kid Cloves, Lined leather Olovea,
Linen Handkerchiefs, Plain and Itmbr'd,
Silk HandkerchieTs aud Murllrra,
lite, Btc, Btc.
Fur a limited time
a Inrc discount on
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Cluthlnv Dry Oooda, Hhoca, Hats, CariKta,
7 & 9 PATTON AVE.
WILKIE I ATKINS.
WHOI.UHALH AND RUTAIL
CONFECTIONERS : ANO : FRUIT : DEALERS,
NO. VI PATTON AVU.
Tenney's Pine Candies, New York.
atalllard's Pine Candles, New York.
Fresh Tallies, Cocoa and Peanut Candles.
FORMERLY THE EAGLE HOTEL
No. 66 South Blsln Street.
Lara, rooms, well ventilated, warmed by
heaters and open Are places i table supplied
with the beat the market affords, Kate.,
at. do per da), IS.oo to $N.O0 per week,
filO.OO to a.30.00 per month,
DIRS. Km J. BVRNHTTE,
Warm comfortable rooms, houac aewlv far.
ui.neo t sooa laoie. . enna raaaonauw, us
atreet car Ha. . .
HUB. J, I,. HMATHBKa,
JalylSMeas (II Pattoa Av.
CLEVELAND LEADS THEM !
THK FARHERH ARB FOR HIM,
Rcaull of a Remarkable Canvnaa
to Get the Farmer to Kxprcaa
Their opinion on Who ethould
Sl'KINGFIKl.D, Musi., Dec, 23. An cll
orately planned canvass to ascertnin tlic
opinions of the farmers tliniughuut the
country on certain practical, economic
and political questions has been con
ducted on an extensive scale for the past
three months by the agricultural press of
SpriiiRfield. ,. ui
in order to reach the larmers of the
whole United States, the enterprise was
worked in the New liny In nd states
through the New England Homestead ;
in the Atlantic mill Middle states through
the Turin and Ilomcj while the Central
states west and south, north, west and
Pacific shine were reached through the
western edition of the Farm and Home
published nt Chicago. Nearly llll.OOl)
cards were received answering ten que.
tions, most of which related to the bust
ness of funning, but the last of which
was us follows:
"Who should Ik- the republican and the
democratic nominees for the presidency
In reference to the vote of the presi
dcutiiil candidates, it is explained thnt
the journals interested interpreted the
November elections as meaning that the
larmers were weary of old favorites and
old measures, and demanded new men
and new issues. These journals, there
fore, advocated . M. Kush, of Wisconsin,
secretnry of agriculture, and Congress
man William II. Hatch, of Missouri, ex
chairman of the house committee on
ilgriculture, ns proicr republican and
democratic standard bcurcis for 1H!I1,
In spite of this influence, however, the
fanners expressed their preference lor
presidential candidates in the following
Democratic Cleveland, 71,787; Hill,
17,118; Hatch, 11,(182; scattering, 8,-
803: total, 108,7'JO.
Republican llluine, 3U,1!0'J; Harrison,
31,013; Husk, I'D, (!; scattering, 10.-
903; total, 107,871.
Of the scattering republican vole, Kccd
leads with S,G(!5, followed by McKinley
In the scattering democrat ic vote, Gov.
Patterson leads with over 1,800; Car
lisle has 700 and Gov, Ku.-.ll, )C Massa
chusetts, 500, nt hers being for "n fanner."
In the democratic vote Cleveland's vote
is uniformly the greatest in every section
of the country.
AT TIlENATmVL CAPITAL
THK FINANCIAL. KILL RF. POR
One Amendment Made A Prevl-
ona Queatlon Rule The Houac
Adjonrna Till Friday Senator
Washington, D. C Dec. 23. The sen
ate bounce committee has reiiorted.
through Mr. Sherman, the financial bill
with nn amendment striking out the pro
vision for replacement of the deficiency
in the national bank note circulation
by the issue of the treasury notes
and inserting a provision lor the
issue of $200,000,000 two ier cent
bonds to be redeemable nt pleasure after
Chairman Aldnch. of the committee on
rules was this morning instructed to re-
Mirt a cloture rule to the senate.
in l lie nouse to-day. alter the readme
of the journal, it wus, on motion of Mc
Kinley and without olrctin, agreed
thnt when the house adjourn to-dav it
Ik to meet Friday next. The Sieakcr
made the following committee npKiint
mcnti: Wuvf and means, nreckenriduc. Ark.:
commerce, Dickerson, Kv.; jxist offices
anil post roaas, Kowinnd, K, (. .; educa
tion, Lnngston, Vn,; lalior. Miller, 8. C;
exicnditurcs in Mistolhce department,
I'milnr, N. ,; banking nnd currency, b.
to. Ilnvn. In.! nnval nlfnira. Mfktimn.
Cul., istonc, Pa., Magner, N. V.; Puldii
lands, Wright, Pcnn,; ngriciillure, Mc
I Millie, of Alabama; reform in the civil
service, Whitclnw, Mo. The house then
adjourucd until Friday.
In llicscnate to day Mr. Call addressed
the senate in opposition to the election
THK "THHF.IC C'N."
Lots) of Mone v CoihIiik Month Next
Johnson, Citv, Dec. 23. Gen. J no.
Wilder hus returned from an extended
trip to New York and the cast, returning
via lllncksbtirg, wlicrean iuiKrtnnt meet
ing of "Three C's" people was held. The
ticncrnl says Hint witinn sixty days nil
financial troubles of the "Three C's" will
be arranged, nnd that more men will be
employed in its construction than ever
before. He brings other news thnt is
very encouraging to this section nnd snys
more money will lie coming south for in
vestment next spring than at any time
in its History.
Remitted si,oooofTases, '
I.ot isviLi.K, Ky,, Dec. 23, Under the
ruling of the secretary ol the treasury
the tax is remitted for the Kentucky Dis
tillery company on their whisky com
pany here last summer. Tlic amount is
Reduced Their Waiet,
London, Dec. 23. The Iron masters in
the Cleveland district have (riven notice
to their men thnt the condition of trade
will coin ixl them to make a large reduc
tion In wages at the beginning of the
Ttto jaws Will lis lo Braall.
Hbri.in, Dec. 23. The newspapers of
this city report that 80,000 Russian
Jews are exiiectcd to arrive at Hamburg
soon, and that arrangements are being
maac inert to senu incra to Drain.
A Boat Load of ProvlHlona for the
London, Dec. 23. H. M. S. Magnet
has left Portsmouth for the coast of Gul
way loaded with meal and potatoes, to
gether with a quantity of government
stores of all descriptions. This cargo is
one of a scries sent and to he sent bv the
government to relieve the distress of the
famishing inhabitants of certain sections
PARNELL WAS BEATEN.
The Content In Kilkenny ReaullH
In tlie Flection of sir John Pope
Hennesay to Parliament by a
Kii.kiinnv, Dec. 23. The result of the
election held here yesterdav to fill
the scut for north Kilkenny in the
house of commons, made vacant by the
death of Mr. Mnrum, wus announced nt
The polling resulted in it victory for the
aiiti-Pnrnellitcs, thcircniididutc, Sir John
Pope Hennessy, being returned.
The vote was Henncssy 2,502; Scully
1,350; majority for Henncssy 1,1 Mi.
HKOATK ON TOIIACCO.
A circular or Intereat lo UealerH
A law was passed in congress on Dec.
15, reducing the tax on tobucco and
snulTfrom 8 to 6 cents per pound. The
bill also provided that those dealers and
manufacturers who have on hand on
Jan. 1, unbroken packages of tobacco
and snuff on which they have paid the
tax of 8 cents icr pound, may collect n
rebate of two cents on each pound from
the government. Collector Rollins has
sent out to till the deputy collectors in
the district a circular of instruction for
the taking of inventories of unbroken
packages on Jan. 1. The circular is of in
terest to dealers and manufacturers. It
"Your siieeial and immediate attention
is called to regulations concerning tlir
rebate of taxes oil tobacco and snail.
iSeries 7, No. 14, revised supplement No.
1,1 a cony ol wlucli lias lucil scut you,
"The honorable commissioner instructs
that the work of Inking inventories
should lie done promptly on the 1st day
I Janimry; tlmt it in nnv case tlic inven
tory is not completed until allerlliat d.iv
the reasons for failure to complete thV
same on said 1st day of January should
be staled, rurtlicnnore. Hint dealers
and manufacturers may prepare inven
tories at any time hetorc Janimry 1st.
but the inventories must 'ic vciticd nnd
rectified by the witness by actual count
on said first day ol January
"lou should si icud tile hrst ol Innuarv
in visiting the various places where these
inventories are being made, for the pur
pose of giving such advice as may lie
needed. To advise intelligently, vou
should acquaint yourself thoroughly
with l he requirements of the regulations
and forms, aud the instructions therein
should be carried out to the letter.
"Forms, No. 105. revised, will be sent
to mnnuliicturrrs and dealers at once
and all the time vou can possibly spare
from current durrcntdiitics between now
and January 1st, should be devoted to
giving them instructions as to proier
preparations ol claims.
"No claim allowed tor less than a nor
m any thun unbroked packages."
F. F. Chlaolnt lo Gather KlHtlullc
Frederick P. Chisolm, Siecial agent for
the eleventh census is in the city for the
purpose of gathering statistics concern
ing the mica in this section of North Car
olina. He is a mining engineer, having
sient the recent years of his lilc in Den
ver, Colorado and the west. His visit
to this section is to obtain information
and figures for the census from every
mien mine in the western part of the
state. Bach mine will have to lie visi
ted and he cxK-cts to lie engaged in the
work for nhout two weeks.
Mr. Chisolm says the mica of Western
North Carolina is of the very hncst qual
ity, and that with the chenier produc
tion, which it ought to have, he can sec
no reason why the mines could not be
made very valuable.
In mldition to iieing n goon niiuinit en
gineer, Mr. Chisholm is n great collector
of the bills of the confederate govern
ment. I le possesses n valuable assort
ment of these bills, and his collection is
said to lie tilth in site nnd rank in the
United States. Out of 1KHH varieties of
bills that were issued by the confederacy
Mr. Chisholm has about lllo. He is
slill seeking the wary rare issue. One
Hill Ol etien senca 111 inn wncvimn is oia-
played in an nll'irn made for the purpose.
There arc numerous counterfeits in the
album, nnd they are always on the page
facing the good bills of which they arc
the representation. lie work on some
of these counterfeits is good aud without
comparison of the good bill with them
could have passed easily. Others arc not
such faithful lac similes and have a very
rough, unfinished apienrance. Some ol
the live dollar bills in the collection arc
very rare indeed aud arc worth their full
face value to the collectors. Mr. Chis
olm has been at work on his collection
less than a year and started with the
idea of having a comparatively easy time
in procuring the bins.
Mr. Chisolm left this morning for
Orangeburg, 8. C, to spend Christmas
with his liunily and will return to the
work for the census in a few days.
Can't Run Its)
Should Say no.
Just complaint is made that when the
street car company is not able, as this
forenoon to run its curt its officers fail to
notify the livery stables so that carriages
may be sent to tne depot to convey
nnsaenircrs to the citv.
Several passengers arriving on the
early train from thecast this morning had
to walk to tne city Irom the depot, and
not being acquainted with the streets
took a very round-about wav, to their
considerable fatigue and annoyance. Had
there been invalids in the party the walk
might have been serious in its results.
THE "MESSIAH" ARRESTED
II U IS A WHITE MAN FROM
Not All ol the ludlana Believe In
Him The Had Land Indiana
Omaha, Neb., Dec. 2.1. A Dee speciul
from Pine Kidgeagencv, S. I)., snys:
"An Indian scout named Stands, the
first who has iust returned from a visit
to the Indian camp in the Dad Lands,
says tne spirit ol hostility still pre
vails there. All his effort to in
duce them to come in was answered
with jeers and war cries. The Indians
said they had been ready to meet the
soldiers for a month, but the latter were
cowards und afraid to come out and
Pink Kidi.h, Ai.i:ncv, S. I)., Dec. 23.
The police have arrested a "Messiah" in
Red Cloud's enmo. When thev
pulled his white blanket off
they found mi intelligent but
harmless crank, M. C. Hopkins bv
name, Irani Nashua, lown. He claimed
he was here in the interest of ience and
that he has come Ikciiusc the Indians
misinterpreted his message. He wanted
to go to the Had Lands, but Agent Rot'er
chunged the address to Clindrin, start iu,
mm under the escort ol the police.
Nunc ol the Indians were indignant
over his arrest, while others laughed and
said he was a crazy fool. None of the
chiefs have uny faith in him. Red Cloud
said to him: "You go home; you are no
son of (loil."
The "Messiah" chums that he will go
to the Had Lands. One hundred friend
lies have left on their pence mission. They
took three wugou loads ol rations.
Washington, I). C, Dec. 2.I. ticncrnl
SchoHcId has received the following tele
gram from Gen. Rugcr, under date St.
nul, Minn., liecemlier 22ml:
"ilig Fool, with his followers surren
dered yesterday. The rest of Sitting
Hull's iwoplc who came lo Cherry creek.
with the exception ol a lew who may
have sought shelter at Pine Ridge, ure on
their way lo Fort Dennett to surrender.
The surrender und disarmament of these
two factious practically ends the proba
bility of nnv serious trouble with the In
dians of the Cheyenne river and Standing
Rock reservation, and is a long step to
wards ending the whole trouble."
Who are at the Hotela That Vou
Ms Not Know.
Svammiioa:. I). Cnssclmnn, N. C:
Wm. M Smnthcrs. Turnpike; M. C. Mil-
li nden, Pigeon River; J. K. llovt, Misses
llovt, .. t.
Ualtery I'ark:l). R. Williams, jr..
Louisville: Mrs. W. T. Hansket, Oil City,
Pa.; S. A. Ford, Pittsburg; E. W. Lvon,
Raleigh : R. Ii. Rood, Richmond ; W. R.
King. I". S. Navy; F. J'. Lewis, New Or
Grand Cciitial:. L. Pitman, J. F..
White, Walter li. Moore, Geo. G. Knight,
A. C. Cole. I. M. Kems, N. C; B. M.
Penrsall, Jonesboro, N. C.; O. C. Honni
well, Hickory; R. L. Poie, S. It. Overton,
Knoxvillc; Jno. Cotter, S. C; W. L.
Glen Hock .V. E. McGIorv, Charlotte;
A. C. Hook, New York; II. I). Amos, M.
A. Amos, Morgnnton; Jno. Moore, Ten
nessee; S. A. Ford, Pittsburg; E. W.
Lyon, Raleigh; Vt . U. atle, Winston,
N. C; J. M. Moody uad family, Waynes
ville; P. F. Patton and family. Hemler-
sonvillc; R. II. lloyt, Sumptcr; Chits.
Lnwhorn, Wm. Lnwhnrn, Knoxvillc;!).
II. McCullough, Houston, Tex.; D. D.
Taylor, Urislol; E. Alberson, iircvard;
L. Glook, Chattanooga; II. S. Phillips,
Musa, Arizona; J. D. Hurks, Knoxvillc;
D. P. W. Jordan, Cuihoun, N. C; I. R.
Alexander, Little Rock, Ark.
A WOMAN HANUKD.
She Murdered a Woman and Her
London, lcc. 23, Mrs. Nellie Pcnrcv
was hanged this morning for th? mur-
Icr of Mrs. Hogg and her Imbv. Mrs.
I'cnrey confessed that the sentence passed
uMin her was a just one.
Customer in hardware store "Have
vou any small vises?" Salesman (angri
ly ) "I don't think that is any of yotu
AFFAIRS OF COSSliOl'liNCIi.
Professor Koch has informed tin
I'nitcd SlatesniinislcrtiiGcrnianv that it
is useless fur American doctors to go to
Iter i ii . ns he is ton busy to sec nnv one
pcrsonulry. His lymph will Ik.' assigned
to American hospitals that arc proicrly
William D. F.ngun, the first American
to visit Hcrlin for treatment, received his
injection on Monday lust, one-half of a
millrgrumme. His pulse rose gradually
until it reached 100 degrees. It then de
clined until it became normal.
A serious political crisis is threatened
in Germany by the discontent of a sec
tion of the conservative members of the
Landing over the government's commu
nal bill, which, it is charged, will, il
passed, lie ruinous to the aristocracy ol
the country, which thcconservativesnold
is the bnekbone of the monarchy.
A continunnce of the modus vivendi
concerning Newfoundland has been defi
nitcly arranged lietween France and
P.imtnnd under adistinctstintitntion thai
the English government shnll settle the
dilhciilly dunng the interval with or
without the assent of the Newloundlnnd
parliament. France is willing to cede
her rights on tne l-reach snore ii tmglnnd
nives her in return the liunn ncnmsulH
lictwecn Plnissance and Fortune bnys, a
fine herring fishery nnd a good bait
General Master Workmiin Powderly
says he will issue a call for a contercner
ol social relormcrs and labor leaders In
Calvary Methodist church, the largest
Methodist Episcopal church in the United
Stntes and the largest Protestant church
in New York, has been re-dedicated.
Dr. E. H. Landes, of the veterinary de
partment ol tne university ol t'ennsylvs
nin, announces that be lias discovered
the baccilli which causes lockjaw, and is
ready for a test of an Inoculating fluid
which ne Hal prepared to kui tneio.
J. S. GRANT, PH. G
Of the Philadelphia Collcgcof Pharmacy,
4 South Main Street. 4
Before purchasing yoiirCbriatmas Pres
ent be sure to call at GKANTS PHAR
MACY nnd inspect the finest and most
complete line of Toilet Article in tbit
city. We undoubtedly have just what
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
It is our desire in the future to confine
ourselves strictly to the Drug business.
We will therefore dispose of our entire
stock - of Cigurs at cost. Sold by the
box only. CHARTS PHARMACY.
The finest nnd most complete Mock of
Colognes, Toilet Witters, Extracts, Face
Powders and high grade Soaps at
Prescriptions tilled at all hours Goods
delivered free of charge to any part of
the citv. GKASTS PHARMACY.
If you want a handsome pair of cut
glass Bottles for a Christmas present call
at GRANTS PHARMACY. Bottlesrang.
ing in price from One to Fifteen dollars
II you wiint n first-class HnirBrushfor
ii small amount of money, GRANTS
PHKRMACY isthe place to go to get it.
All kindsofTooth Blushes, Bath Brushes,
llnth Gloves, Sponges, etc.
When your Prescriptions aic com
pounded at GRANTS PHARMACY you
can positively depend upon it tlmt only
the purest and best Drugs and Chemi
cals hare been used tha? they were '
compounded by thoroughly experienced
Pharmacists and that the price paid
was not unreasonable.
4 South Main St.
I'OUXEK EAOLE IlLOC'K.
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Christmas Presents aud Hoi
Too ninny goodnin
linnil. Tiny iiiiihI Ie
Hold tli is wwk. Will
not wait till niter
X limn, lint reduce
lriruH from thin dnte.
Call and HoeureClutli
injf, Dry 0oodn,
WrnpH, Turs nnd
Fancy (Hoods, at
pricou never before
named before the
clone of the hchhoii.
Corner Eagle Block and
South Main St.
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