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VOLUME VI.-NO. 203.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
f f o -a
A place plannm mid devel
oping ati a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region . uoted for htuilth-
fulneHS and beauty of
An elevation of 8,800 feet,
It 18 being laid out with
taste und Hkill, with well
unulod roads and exteiiHive
A deHirable Aiuv for tine
A good opportunity for
orofitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
LIUVILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
LIdtIIIc, Mitchell Co., N. C.
THE POPULAR IHOPPINQ PUCE.
Novelties for the Holldave.
Make, a aptcialtr of 811k,.
Wool, Linen and Cotton Ma
terial, for Art Bmbroldery.
Wrap, for Ladle., MImc. and
Chlldrea. tinderweae for La
dle., til MM, Mea and Bojr.
A fall Uoe of Bapcrior lr
30 Booth Main Street. 30
. NOW READY.
LARGEST VARIETY, . BEST 6000S
THE LOWEST PRICES.
12 MUTN MAIN STREET, AIHEVILLE, N. C.
W. W, WlM
Gvrn & west,
Ikaam to Walter B.Owya)
REFER Tt) RANI OF ASHEVIU-E.
.mm faectaraly aMaoed at
Notary Pahek. . ' - Ceauatsssoeers of Deeds.
OFFICE aattaal Court Square.
"THE SUM O0 K0VL" .
Aad to aoea A.herllle To treat hualllax
act I. tow brine performed by all (ravine
buaincea tsea ot tae
or THS SOUTH
1 avoet ci
aiaa ha. hi. scheme
mmA he relate. It In
uf. to not nnwlll,
ins- ear.. We doa't mind telling jroa that oar
ncheme It to atll all the land and Inaure all
the property we can, before "The Mohin
Neat Again." Wt hare ju.t been apiwlntnt
axrata for the Old kellable Pennsylvania Pin
Ineuraao. Co., aad w. want jru to Inaure
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
stooma 4k 10, McAfee Block.
UN Pattna Ave., AahevOle, M. C.
F. A. GRACE,
.. f JV, . ,. . . .'
IN FRESCO. . .
Will be complete without
auppiy 01 our mixed and
plain Candies, new fresh
Nuts, Hasina, Florida sweet
Oranges, Lemons, Currants,
Citron, Cocoanuts, Mini
Meat, Canned Fruits, Butter,
Eggs, Cheese, Coffee, Teas
Don't forget uh when you
are looking for something to
A. D. COOPER.
Narlh Court tMiuan-, corner Muln
1 1 Co
While our stock is largely
composed of the useful arti
needed in IIoiiHekifping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as juiianese irumb Irnys,
Fancy Match Safes, Brass
Fire Sets, Brass Andirons,
Fancy Hearth nud Dust
Brushes, &c. We would like
ytu to see them. We have
also a large assortment of
Fine Table Lumps, that we
are offering nt very low km
fit kb to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor. Bonis eft Brotherton
43 Patton Ave., under Grand Oprra Home.
will get there. We bet oa Old Zcb a. bring
the beat Floor la town. We have Juat rrcrlr
ed a freed lot of
KE6 ANO BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and jrlvc them a trial, at
17 South Main Street,
Real Kslatr Broken,
And Investment Agent.
Loana ae are! y placed at per cent,
a 3d Pattoa Avenue, arroad floor,
SK Pat ton Avenue.
Neat V M C A hulld e.
f I) llua (154,
( Formerly ot Lrntaa a child I,
Office No. 1 Lea;a Block.
Strictly a Brokerage Buatncaa
Loan a teearelir placed at a per eeat.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Ctiolcc Beer. Mutton, Veal
itTRA FINE IAUSABE A SPECIALH.
FOR SALE t
A ur.ll enl.bllahed bullneaa In Aahrvllle.
crnliallr located, rlnlntr a nr't rlaa. trade
with l.ae proflta. Thla la the brat opportu
nity now ftml In thla city, aluat be Mld
uecauw of owner'. Ill health.
Al.n, a nrailaaa new rr.ld.nce. centrally
locatrd If tnhrn now can be hadrhrnti,
We nlfrr a apltndld trait of tlmlwrlnnd.rnr
aale or na an Inreatment on .ham. l'olar,
oak and linckrye.
Put Mnnr Purn'aked aad anlurnlahrd
hnuam .inly a aw minute, from Court
'wanTBP Two larae rr.ldr.ee., with ever
convenience, to rent fnrnlehed.
llT I'll .T l.ll aiv wr new pnmpmn on
A.hevlUa. full of lateat aUU.tK.-a. Call lor
BIGRLOW Jk JONICS,
KHAL IWTATH ANU INVBaTMHNTS.
Room MeAae Block, 81 Pattoa Avenue.
In an endless assortment at
the! irystal Palace. Delegates
ano tne people generally an
requested to call and exam
me our large stock Xmas
Presents, in fine Stand, Ban
quet and Piano Lamps, fine
Pti.nn 'Too rt;nn J
Puddincr. Ice Cream find 1W.
rySets, big line after dinner
Coffees, Custard Cutis. Table
Mirrors, nne tujis and Sau
cers in Limoires and Bclleek
Vienna, Carlsbad, Pointon's
and itoyal V orcester in odd
rueces, Bisque Figures, etc
n conclusion, our stock ex
eels any in the state. Visit us
whether you wish to buv or
enjoy JooKing at thedisplay.
wore goods to arrive this
week look out for them
Hoods for shipment packed
with grea t care.
All mall orders nromutlv esrtMitfil. Wr.tr
iu us tor iiricvs. etc.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
No. 41 Patton Avrnnc.
Crockery, Lampa, Houac Pnrni.hlnua.
Everybody to sw our stock
of Holiday (Joods. The like
ias never netore own on ex-
nbition in Asheville. Quali
ty par excellence the best
Assortment large and va-
ied.-T. C. SMITH & CO.,
Druggists, Public Square,
opposite Court House.
Toya from ilc to Sue.
Pancy Artlclca for Chrlatmaa I'rcacnta,
4c to it.
Toilet Hcta. Mlrrora.
Boa Paper, Cuiw and saucer.,
luvcnile Booka, Alhuma,
Id (llovca, Lined Leather Olovca,
Linen Handkerchlcfa, Plain and Bmbr'd.
Ilk Handkerchlcfa aud Muffler.,
Clock., atari, Tlra,
Btc. i:tc. Etc.
For a limited llinc
a large dlacount on
I. REDWOOD & CO.
Clolhlna Dry Ooodn, Hhoca, llata, Cari'la,
7 eft 9 PATTON AVK
WILKIE X ATKINS.
WIIILBALU ANII RHTAIL
CONFECTIONERS ! AND : FRUIT i DEALERS,
St). Ill P tTToN AVU.
Teaney's Pine Candle, New York.
Malllard's Pine Candles, New York.
Preab Taffies, Cocoa and Peanut Caadlce.
FORMERLY THE EAOLI HOTEL
No. Mouth Main direct.
Large room., well ventilated, warmed by
heaters and open fire place. table .upplkd
Ith the beat the market affords. Males,
1 no per da), BA.no to IN.OO per week,
ao oo to $ao uo per month.
yTINTB BOA HO.
Warm cnmtortablt room., houae aewty fnr-
l.krdiaood table. Terme reasonable, oa
etreel ear Uoe. '
HKa J, b, OMATHHRn,
J sly IMS. Alt Pattoa Are.
big foot;s surrender.
THE LAST OF HITTING BULL'S
. BAND UIVE DP,
The Indian Chief Wanted to Talk
but wan ahut oft and tfac Flag; of
Truce wal Then Ralaed Oeu.
Mllea In tne Saddle.
Woi'ndrd Knee, S. D., Dec. 20. The
details of the surrender of Big Foot's
band are as follows:
Sunday morninx dawned bright and
warm at a Hummer's day. livery one ol
the soldiers had his overcoat off. Fifteen
Indian scouts had been gone two days
and no word bad been received from
them. Little Battle started out at day
break and at 10:80 was seen dashingover
the ridj-e for the camp, waving his hat.
In a few minutes he was at Major White
sides' quarters with the gdod news that
Big Foot was only eight miles away.
Hoots and saddles" was sonnded and if
ever a lot of men got out ot a camp in a
hurrv it was the veterans of the seventh.
In a few momenta thev were hurrvinir
oyer the ridge custwurd toward 1'on-u-
pme uulte. 1'ussiiie that thev turned
north and east descending the slope into
the Porcupine vulley where they soon
found Big Foot's bund drawn up in line
like soldiers, and apparently ready for
There were over 150 buckt heavilv
armed fncing the cavalry. They met in
1 H7G in the battle of Little Bib Horn.
One shot from uny source and a tragedy
would go over the wires, but Biir Foot
advanced from his side, and Major White-
sitie irom tne ooys in blue. Big Foot
started in for a long talk of how wenry
nc wan oi runninii nroiina. and snid be
wanted to open his heart to the chief of
the soldiers, nhitcaidc was there, how
ever, for business, not tnlk, and said Big
foot must surrender or light. Like
magic up went the flag of truce, and Big
i-oot surreniierca nis Hand ot 150 war
riors and 250 women and children.
The prisoners were mnrched over to
the old camp on Wounded Knee. A bat
talion tins surrounded the Indian camp
ana win Keep vigilant guard over them
until more troops arrive. The prisoners
include anting nun s mind tnut Ilea alter
their chiefs death.
Scouts just in report that Short Bull
and his braves are on their way to the
uircncv aaa are incaniD now at thclatb
one mission only six miles away.
IN THE SADDLE.
Ms, Mllea Headed for the Bad
Landa M'ltti an Eacort.
Rapid City, S. V., Dee. 2'J.-C,cnernl
Miles' headquarters will be in the saddle
after to-day. lie will prnbablv start to
day tor nne Kinge, going through the
Had Lands with an escort of scouts and
A PRIMA FACIE SENATOR.
BomelhlnaT I'naaual About Ida,
no'a Senate Repreaentallou.
Washington. Dec. 20. The eennte
met at noon. The vice-president laid be
fore the senate a communication from
the governor of Idaho, transmitting the
credentials of the wnatort-elrct Irom that
state (co. L. Shoup and Wm. J, Mc-
The credentials having been read. Mr,
Hoar moved that, at Mr. Shoup wns
present, the onth ol office beadmimitered
to him. Mr. Vance remarked that the
new State of Idaho nnneared to have
ciccica more mnn ns lair snare oi sena
tor and lie thought that the credentials
should be referred to the committee on
privileges and elections.
Mr. llonr said that, as he understood
there were only two senators chosen
from that state, he thought his motion
took precedence oi Air. Mince s.
Mr. Hoar t motion having been netted
to that senator escorted Mr. Shoup to
he clerk t desk where he took the oath
of office and subscribed to it.
Mr. Hams stilisetiucntlv innuired what
hntl become of Mr. Vance's motion and
said that Mr. Shoup had been simnlv
sworn in on his prima facie case.
HOUSE AND SENATE.
The New Rule for Cloalna Debate
Slav Come Up.
Wakiiinoton, Dec. 20. The nature of
the proceedings in the senate this week
will be determined by the nttenduncc. II
no quorum is present, mere win pmnnblv
he an adjournment irom flay to dny. II
Here is a tiuorum, countinn the senators
on both sides of the chamber, debute on
the elections bill will continue, and one
of the teatnres of discussion will lie the
siieech by Senator Hoar, the sponaor of
the hill in tne senate.
Should there be a quorum of republican
senators during the week, then mar be
expected a transformation of the light
skirmishing which hat been in progress
for a month into a heavy engagement of
IHililicnl forces, for It is the intention to
take up the new cloture rule introduced
by senator Aldrich, as soon as a safe
republican majority can be assured.
In the house it is not expected thntnny
business will be transacted during the
coming week, There is nossibliity, how
ever, though not probability, of a quo
rum being in nttendnnee either Friday or
Snturdny, and should the unexpected hap
pen,tlieiippriiitioncommittec is prepared
to take advantage of the circumstance
and call up one of the regular annual ap
A Railway Prealdent la Mol a Lo
CtlATTANiHMiA, Tcnn., Dec. 20. Preal
dent C. U. tones and Master Mechanic
lilliaon, of the Belt railroad company,
undertook to run an engine in the ca
pacity of engineer and fireman, to relieve
an engine broken down on the road.
Being unable to control the brakes they
ran into the rear conch of a loaded pas
senger train, pnrtlnllv demoralising the
coach and slightlyinjuringone passenger.
Several engineers on the road have been
disciplined recently fur smaller of-fclK-e,
A Theatre Burned.
MiNNRAPoi.it. Minn., Dec. 20. The Bi
ou theatre of this city, on of the most
prosperous iopular price houses in theen
tire west, burned yesterday, involving a
lots or from f 30,000 to 940,000. Cot
ercd by Insurance,
A North Carolinian Married.
-Johnson City, Tenn.. Dec. 90. Chat.
If Kicksecker, of Llnville, N. C and Mist
Hahn, of Cranberry, were married here
Thev Will Meet In Mew York Jan
Nbw York, Dec. 59. The date for the
meeting of railway presidents to com
plete the organization of the new asso
ciation has been changed from January
6th to January 5th, and the place oi
meeting also changed from Chicago to
the Windsor hotel, New York city,
This change was made Saturday
by telegraph. In resoonse to Presi
dent Miller's telegram asking if it would
lie convenient to hold the meeting in
Chicago January 6th. It was found that
quite a number of railway presidents,
someoi tnem representing the largest
lines in the country, could not conven
iently attend the meeting on that date
ana in tnat city.
The best judgment of those most deeply
interested is that at this meeting a new
agreement will be unanimously adonted
and be put in force at the earliest practi
ce Die any.
A Chrlatmaa Tree and Service for
Thecliildren of Trinity parish hud their
Christmas tree Saturday evening. Each
child received tome small gift und fruit
and candy, but owing to their gift of
a tree to the St. Andrew's mission, their
presents were smaller and less expensive
than usual. This did not seem to lessen
their enjoyment of the occasion and all
seemed to share in the pleasure they had
The usual Christmas service for the
children wut held at Trinity yeslcrduv
afternoon at 4 o'clock. The service con
sisted of carols and Christmas hymns by
the choir and children, and an address
by the Kev. Mr. Kitson.
G. A. R. ELECTION.
Marlon Roberta Poat Namea
Marion Roberts Post G. A. K. held its
annual election Saturday with the fol.
lowing results :
Commander J. A. Wagner.
Senior Vice Commander G. F. Scott.
Junior Vice Commander J. D. llerren
ytmrtermiistcr D. 1). Adams.
Officers of the Dav D. V. Lee.
Officers of the Guard J. H. Miller.
Adjutant W. H. Denver.
Quartermaster Sergeant Otto Hildo
They Were all Taken In
Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 20. The customs
department has decided to order the con,
liscatinn of the catch of seals taken by
the German schooner Adcle ftom St.
Puuet Island, Alaska.
The collector at Victoria, however, as
a precaution in the event of complica
tions between the United States and
Germany over the v easel's depredations,
took the affidavits of the Adelc't crew
before the men were paid off. All swore
that the seals were obtained in United
MR BURKHOLDER BETTER,
The Crlnla In Hla Slckneea Proba
The illness of Mr. a W. Burkholder,
mention of which wat made In Tub Citi
zen Saturday, wat occasioned by ex
posure during the recent storm. Yester
day his physicians, Drt. Williams, Wat
son and Nelson, expressed the opinion
that if Mr. Burkholder could live through
twenty-four hours he would have a lair
chance for recoverv. He hat now passed
that crisis and to-day lie is reported as
being slightly improved and resting com
fortably. The gentlemnn's many Iricnds
will be gratilicd by this assuring newt.
O'BRIEN AND DYNAMITE.
The Former Never Countenanced
the Latter aa a Policy.
London, Dec. 20. William O'Brien
tclcgrnphi from Paris that he never
wrote a line in his life for the Irish World.
The article quoted in a London paper as
showing O'Brien's appronl of dynamite
methods seems to have been taken from
a contribution of his to the New York
Herald. O'Brien renrats his request that
the insinuation that he countenanced the
dynamite policy by contributing to a
paper engaged in prnpognting thut poli
cy, be withdrawn.
The Qaeetlon la, la tt In Pavlua
SN Antonio, Texas, Dec. 20. Louis
Uirand, a prominent civil engineer, has
arrived from Llnno with specimens of tin
utt discovered. He brought ore to be
sampled, it has been found on the Col
orado river, about one hundred miles
from here in Llano county, south of the
famous Uollenger iron hill. New discov
eries are bring made daily. Ths tieci
mcnt brought by Girand are casscrtitc.
The Two to Hava a Conference
Dum.iN, Dec. 20. The Freeman's Jour-
nnl to-dny announces that the conference
between Pnrnell and O'Brien takes place
to-morrow at Boulogne. Itjnddt that
John Redmond, Kinnv and Clancy and
pernitw Campbell, mcmucrt 01 parlia
ment, will be present.
DunLlN. Dec. 20. Archbishop Walsh
denies that he besought the Pope to ar
bitrate the difference between the war
ring nationalist factions,
THE VIRUINIA STATE DEBT.
Plan nt Paying It That Will
probaolv bo Aeeepted.
London, Dec. 20. It It announced that
the New York and London committee on
the Virginia ttate debt bavt definitely
agreed upon a plan which It Is expected
the Virginia legislature will readily ap
According to observations tnkeu at
the signal service station by Dr. von
Kucktbt lowest point reached br the
mercury Saturday night was 10 degrees
abort sero. This morning at 11 o'clock
it registered 87 2-10, and at 3 p. m. 47
THE STRIKERS CAN'T WIN,
SCOTLAND RAILWAY STRIKE
The Men will Have to Give In to
the Company and Submit to the
Old Wages and the Lous Hours,
ulasoow, Dec. 28. There are many
signs that the great railroad strike is
ncanng an end and that the strikers,
sooner or later, will have to tubmit to
the inevitable. Should tbit be the case it
will not be because the general public it
not in tympathy with the striken.
Passenger and freight tarffic on the
main lines it tlowly but surely improv
ing, the North British road to-day open
ing its local lines. In fact, it may be taid
that the railroad business is resuming its
usual course, throuirh the attitude of the
strikers and the railroad officials towards
each other seems unchanged.
tvDiNnnoii, uec. 3U. At a public meet
ing held in this city yesterday resolutions
were passed expressing sympathy with
the railway strikers. Many clergymen
were present ana delivered addresses.
AT 77 YEARS.
One of the Preaenta an Editor Re,
celved on Hla Birthday.
Prom the Blig-uhctu Bcononilat.
Here was one bad an eye to our weak
nesses, who would pleusc though he
tempted as, and lie sent a bottle of old
malt, cobwtbbed and mellowed with
the aroma of age, medicinally
marked: and we involuntarily turned
thoughtfully to that kind pnssuge in the
writings 01 inspired I'aul where be
recommends to Timothy, to take
small dram for hit "ttomuch't sake and
oft inhrmalies." and we soon felt
c 1 1 1 1 ly sensation 01 malaria. It was
accompanied with a tender note ex.
pressiug the kind and considerate wish
that the donor might be in a position to
rcpcui cue gut to us years longer,
How delicate in not mentioning or re-
icrring to our position 77 years hence!
Zl. M. A. DAUPHIN DEAD.
Hla Lottery Company
Nkvv Oklkanh, Dec. 20. M. A. Daunhin
u native of Alsace-Lorraine, for twenty
years president of the Louisiana Lot
tery company, died at bis residence in
this city yesterday; aged thirty-three
TOO BAD I
The New Round Houae of the
Ralelah andtjaaton Burned.
Kai.kigh, N. C, Dec. 20. Fire in the
new round house of the Raleigh and
Gaston railroad destroyed the building,
valued at $20,000, and seriously darn.
aged seventeen locomotives housed in it.
A Bible Claaa.
The Sundny School Teachers' Bible
study, which wnt to helpful to the teach.
era who participated in the study last
winter, will be returned and will be held
nt the Young Mens Christian Assoria
tinn, 26 Patton avenue, each Thursday
afternoon, at 3:31) o'clock, commencing
this week. Rev. W.J. Erdmnn. who it
known throughout tint country at a
llible ttutlent, will conduct the ttutlv
whenever he is in the city, and will take
no tne aunlny school lesson tor the fol
lowing Sunday. All ladicsand gentlemen,
whether teachers or not. will be wel
inlCbarite of the "Three C'a."
Johnson City, Tenn., Dec. 20. H. I.
Enuleusix. action for Receiver Tate, took
charge of the "Three C s" railroad this
morning. All the emploves will be sub
ject to his orders.
Columbia. Tenn., Scorched.
C01.ru niA, Tenn., Dec. 20. The most
disastrous fire this town ever had started
on the southeast side of the public square
vcslcrduy and destroyed twenty nouses
before it was controlled. Loss $50,000.
AI-FAIKS OF COSSEQUEXCB.
Two lepers in a Madrid hospital have
been inoculated with Koch's lymph.
The death of Dr. Hcinrich Schliemnnn.
the nrcha-ologist, is announced.
The officiul census of Geminnv. which
has recently Ixen completed, gives Berlin
a population of 1,57,HD.
Prof. Koch, in an interview with nn
eminent bnglish physician, who urged
the professor to disclose the whole pro
cess ol manufacturing lymph, became
very wrathy nt the proposal, and de
clared that he hntl a right to do ns he
pleased with Ins discovery.
Senator Don Cnmrrou, It is considered.
is ccrtnin of re-election.
Thirteen inches of snow fell in New
York city Friday and Saturday,
Kvery government vault in the conn-
try is said to be filled with silver to its
United States Treasurer Huston has
finally decided to reconsider his resigna
tion and remain in bis present condition.
Mr. Chnuncev M. Depew snvs he will
stop mnking after-dinner speeches, be
cause Mr. Depew insists that he should
devote tome time to his family.
Two bloodhounds connected with an
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" coniianv got loose
and besieged the manager and treasurer
of the Annapolis Opera House for half an
hour in tne manager s olhce.
It has been discovered that manv con
sular certificates have been add to Cana
dian exporters, who filled them out with
under vnluatlons, thus defrauding the
United States treasury out of at least
$1,000,000 in the past year. .
Willlom Kline, superintendent of tele
graph of the Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern railway, hat issued an order to
mcmliers of the order of railway tele
graphers in tin? employ of the company
requesting them to withdraw from the
order or resign their positions.
The Dominion government tint ordered
the Northwestern Masonic aid associa
tion, of Chicago, to withdraw Its busi
ness from Canada, because it Is alleged
to have insured people who were not
members of the order and failed to de
posit f 5,000.000 with the Canadian au
thorities. The Chicago managers say
ths Canadian policy holders will be Protected.
or the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
4 South Main Street. 94
Before purchasingyourChrittmmt Pres
ent be sure to call at GRANT'S PHAR
MACY and inspect the Bnest and most
complete line of Toilet Artklei in this
city. We undoubtedly bare 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 Cigars at cost. Sold by the
box only. GRANTS PHARMACY.
The finest and most complete stock of
Colognes, Toilet Waters, Extracts, Face
Powders and high grade Soaps at
Prescriptions filled a t all hours Goods
delivered free of charge to any part of
thecitr. GRANTS PHARMACY.
If you want a bandioma pair of cut
glass Hot ths for a Christmas present call
at GRANTS PHARMACY. Bottles rang
ing in jirice from One to Firteen dollars
II you want a first-class Hah- Brush for
a small amount of money, GRANTS
PHARMACY is the place to go to get it.
All kinds of Tooth Blushes, Bath Brashes,
Ilath Gloves, Sponges, etc.
When your Prescriptions ate com
pounded at GRANTS PHARMACY you
can positively depend upon it that only
the purest and best Drugs and Chemi
cals hare been used that they were
compounded by thoroughly experienced
Pharmacists and that the price paid
was not unreasonable.
34 South Main St.
CORNER EAGLE BLOCK.
46 SOUTH MAIN 8TRBBT,
Christmas Presents and Hole
Too many goods in
hand. They must bo
hoIiI this week. Will
not wuit till after
Xinurt, but roduco
prices from thin dato.
Cull uml aeeurc Cloth
ing, Dry (Soodrj,
WinpH, Furs and
Funcy (.ootid, at
lrice8 ncvor before
tmiiKxl buforo tho
clorte of the houhoii.
Corner Euglo Block and
South Main 8t
1 Mil dl'i