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Asheville Daily Citizen.
VOLUME VI. NO. 204.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1890.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
A plax c planned ami devel
oping iim a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region iiut4Hl for health-
I'lllllOHS JUlli iHMIUt.V (f
An elevation of ;i,800 feet,
It it Mug laid out with
t-uste and Hkill, with well
irradcri roads and extensive
A desirable place for flue
A good opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Lluvllle, Mitchell Co., N. C
THE POPUUR MOPPING PLACE.
Noveltlcafor the Holiday..
Makes a apcclally of Mlk.
Waul, l.kien and Cotton Ma
tcrlnls fur Art Bmbroldcry.
Wrap, for Ladle, Mluc nd
Children. I'adcrwcar fur I
die, Mlaeee, Men and lloye.
A fall Um of ttuutrlor l'r
30 South Wain Btrect.3Q
LARGEST VARIETY, BEST 600DS
THE LOWEST PRICES.
II tOUTH MUM ITREIT, MHEVILLI, N. C.
ape I M d
n. flwriL W. W. West.
GWYII 6 WEST,
, (R.aemnrsto WHr.Owya)
LoaM Itccwrclj placed at
No tar rMfc.
COMtlatnun o4 D.id.
'THE SUM DO KOVL"
And eo don ArtrrllU TtM treat hmtllng
act la now betns performed by all genuine
twain. men of the
OF TMR (OIITH. Bwry man has hie schen
sclUme la to Mil all the land all
the property w. ran, ,or'7"T'1
Neat Aeala. .1 .an jn "."rlr
aarau'or th.014 Reliable Penn.ylranla Fir.
IBiinuNf vvi wiu f-w " -
JBNKS Jk JKMKA,
REAL IITTI AND IN8URANCL
BtMlUltl at IO. MCAIte HlOCat.
US Pattoa Ave.. AaheTllle. W. C.
F. A. GRACE,
' ' AND
? -f si-' :. DEWONKR
Will be complete without a
supply of our mixed and
plain Candies, new fresh
Nuts, Hasina, Florida sweet
Orange, Lemons, Currants,
Citron. Cocoauuts. Mince
Meat, Canned Fruits, Itulter,
Firirs. Cheese. Coffee. Teas.
Don't forget us when you
inv looking for something to
A. D. COOPER.
North Court feiuurr. winter Main I Co
While our stock is largely
omposed of the useful arti
cles needed in HoiiHoktvping,
yet we have some very pretty
goods suitable for Holiday
and Wedding Presents, such
as Japanese Crumb Trays,
l"'aney Match Safes, lirass
Fire Sets, Brass Andirons,
Faney Hearth and Dust
Brushes, &c. We would like
you to see them We have
also a largo assortment of
Fine Table Lamps, that we
are offering at veuy low kiu-
iuks to make room for other
goods more in our line. If
you want these goods, price
ours before buying.
Very truly yours,
Taylor, Boula & Brotherton.
4!l ration A.c under Grand Opera IIiiuk.
will get there. We liet on Old Zcb an lielnu
tke brat Flmir In town. We knrc Juat receiv
ed a treak lot of
KEG ANO BOTTLE PICKLES
Come and Hire them a trial, at
17 South Main Htrcct,
Real Estate Brokers,
And luvcatmcnt Agcnta.
Loana ac. urely placed at per cent.
J It SM Pattoa Arcnoe Mecond floor.
IK Pattoa Avennt.
Ncit V M C A halld'a.' P O Bo I tilt.
(Formerly of Lymna Child),
Office No. 1 Legal Block..
Strictly a Brokerage Bnalnc
Loan aeearcly placed at par cant.
J. V. BOULINEAU,
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal
EXTRA FINI IAUSA0I SPECIALTY.
hot nd Brno
FOR SALE I
l Wrll miB"H"nril wiwnnwrm in nanvrini,
. .... a a a-. ..!
tth In rot profit, Thl It tht beat opportn
nlly now 'fkftJ In thtti Hty. Mwt bt tuld
Alio, ft ftiDt-claM new rrtldene. rent rally
locAtrti If tnkrn now cn Ik h1 cheap.
W OnF ft HVnill TmK Wl l'niirrwii,.i
lit OT lit inTnimtO. UM a Wnni
hottar. only a lew minute. roa conrt
. Tma la,H eMiflmM.. flth .V.r
coneenlenre, to rent Rirnlahed.
ll'r I'uni.i.iiaii ,.-".i'..".
A.h.Tlllt. Full of luteat .UUitic CnU for
nu.l. ItaTATB AND INVHTMBNT.
too a McAfee Block, Ft Pattoa Aran
I n an endless assortment nt
the 'rystal Palace. Delegates
and the people generally are
requested to call and exam
ine our large stock Xmas
Presents, in fine Stand, Ban
quet and Piano Lamps, fine
China Tea, Dinner, Sahid,
Pudding, Ice Cream and IJer-
I'V SUfi! hi ir lino nftop .litirwu.
( offtMfs, ('ustard Cups. Table
Minors. line ( tips and sau
cers in liinioges and Itelleek.
Vienna. Carlsbad. Point on'
and Itoyal Worcester in odd
iHH;es, Isisque V igures, ete.
In eouelusion, our stock ex
cels any in the state. Visit uh
whether vnn wish to Imv nr
.... - - - - .... ... . -T
enjoy looking at thedisplay.
more goous to arrive tins
week look out for them.
(loods for shinment nacked
with great care.
All mull onlera promptly tircutcd. WrlU
to ua lor price., etc.
THAD W. THRASH & CO.,
No, 4 Pat ton Avenue.
L'rovkery, LaniM, liuuav Fnniiith.iiK.
T. C. SMITH & CO.
OPPOSITE -COURT HOUSE,
Asheville, N. C.
Toya from ile to olH.
Fancy Article fur Chrlatinn. 1'rcwnle,
4v to $1.
Toilet Met., Mirror.,
Bos l'nier, Cuiw nnd tittuccre,
luveullc Hooka, Alliuttia,
Kldiilovca. I.lnc.1 leather Olovc,
Llnrn llnnilkctchlcf.. Plain nnd llntlir'd.
Milk llandkrrchlcfk aud Muillcra,
Clock., Mcurf., Tic,
Ktr, Ktc, Rtc.
Porn hmllcil time a lurire dlwouut on
H. REDWOOD & CO.
Clolhlna Dry Oooda, rJhoea, Hat., Cariicta,
79 PATTON AVK.
WILKIE I ATKINS.
WIIOI.R8ALB AND RRTAIL
CONFECTIONER! ! AND 2 FRUIT i DEALERS,
Ttnney'. Pin Candle., New York.
Malllard'i Pine Candle New York.
Prnk Tafflea, Cocoa and Peanut Candlea,
B VRNETTE HOUSE
FORMERLY THE EAQLI HOTEL
No. 66 South Main Street,
Lara, rooaia, well ventilated, wanned by
beaten and open (nj plami table .applied
with the beat the market afford., Rate,
I SO pw da, AS. 00 to M.00 per week,
$30.00 to I no oo per month.
MRS. tm J. BURNKTTK,
Warm fomfbrtatit room., hon. aewly nir
at'hwdiRood labia. Terms reaaoauM. ua
.tlwt "" MRS. J. L. RM ATNRRR,
JalytMess , tia Pattoa At.
GREAT FIRE IN LONDON !
It TtircMtena to te one of the Moat
IteHtructlve In the Later HlHtory
London, Dec. MO. 2 p. m. A terrible
conflfiralion is now ruu'mg in this city.
The acciK of t lie fire it in (liiecn Victoria
and Thumes streets, nenr the lllack
Numlicrlcss wnrehouscs nrc lilaiiiK.
Loudon seems destined to suffer one of
the largest and most distruitivv fires in
its history of recent yenrs.
Fourteen fire engines were soon Uin
the spot and the firemen did their ut
most, hut with little success, to cheek
the course of the flames.' A high wind
was Mowing and it materially added to
the lurv of the flames, whilthindcrin
the firemen in their efforts to save prop
Terrible sheets of llaine and clouds of
smoke were constantly whirling over the
struggling firemen, who met with little
or no success in their battle with the
A large wholesale fur mniiufactury ex
tending from 127 to 14-1 Queen Victoria
street is said to he doomed. Shortly
after the fire gained strong headway and
following Ibis news, wus theiuformation
thut a large paier wuiebouse, a number
of fancy good stores and the Oulclier
Ulcctric light and power company's
building were ulso a prey to the flames.
The fire spread as rapidly on nil sides
as if there were no firemen or tire engines
DEMOCRATS AND ALLIANCE
WHY THERE IM NO NKK1) OF
A THIRD PARTY.
Southern Members) of the Order
Prefer 10 AcconipllHh Their He.
forma within the Ranks ol the
Toi'liKA, Kas., Dec., 20. The following
interview with I'rcsidcut Frank Mc
Crntli would indicate that the alliance
has for the present decided to drop the
third party movement, lie says:
The agitation in the south over the
Lodge bill precludes the Kissibility ot
any independent movement nt this time.
While in Ocnlu, I investigated the con
ditions ns thoroughly as my limited stay
would permit, nnd I came to the con
clusion that more time was needed. It
will come about in time, but the time is
not this year."
The delegation of Knnsasedilors, which
has returned from a tour through the
South, having made a thorough investi
gation of the farmers'. movement there,
lou ud that a large minority ot llicaoulu-
crn farmers believe in working for their
reforms within the democratic party.
THE CI.OTl'RK Rt'l.K.
The Republicans) Will Probably
Put II luto Force.
Washing ton, Dec. 30. Indicntionsurc
not wanting to evidence the purHisc of
the majority of republican senators to
terminate the debate 011 the election bill,
which ha occupied the time of the sen
ate since it assembled, nearly a month
As to the treatment ol the cloture res
olution when it comes before the senate,
it is learned that it is the intention of the
majority to allow a reasonable debate
upon the proKisition, but when it ni-
iicars tnat tne question is not lieuig ele
vated uimn its merits, then an effort will
be made to close the discussion nnd a
vote upon the adoption of the new rule.
An intimate senatorial Iriciul ol ice-
president Morton said to-day that the
latter had not yet made up Ins mind us
to the course of action he would pursue
when the fight over the cloture rule
really began. He is, however, just now
an earnest student of precedents.
IN HAD SHAPE,
at. A. Kean's) Liabilities) Very
Heavy Aaneta Btts.s.ra.
CiiicAC.o, Dec. 30. The assignees of
the insolvent banking firm of S. A. Keiin
V Co. have completed their schedule of
assets and liabilities. It shows tne 101
lowing results: Assets $10H,500; liabili
ties $510,000, Ol this amount ten thou
sand dollars will have 10 be paid in lull
of half a million, the amount due deposi
tors. Available assets $H5,000.
Meaator Hoar Talking.
Washington, Dec. 30. In the scnnle
to-duv the election lull wits taken un and
Mr. Iionr resumed his sprecb in furor of
the bill. '
The house met, approved the journal
1 .,t 1 ,:i ..
ana nuiourucu uiun i-riuity.
Attains)! the NoclallalM.
IIkhi.in, Dec. 30. An order haa been is
sued lorbinding the soldiers garrisoned
here from patronizing or visiting ninety'
seven specified restaurants because they
arrconnucuiiK uy mc wii-iuiim...
Bookalore cloaed by tha aherlrr.
Atlanta, da., Dec. 30. The store of
ohn K. Thornton, book dealer, wns
closed by the shcrill yesterday, Llabilr
ties, $20,000sasets the same.
Tha New Auaoelala Juki lee.
Washington, Dec. 30. The senate this
morning confirmed the nomination of
ludire lirown, 01 Michigan, to ut asso
ciate Justice of the United Suites su
Das'th of William John.
London, Dec. 20. William John, the
naval architect who won the prise for his
design for the t'nited States man-of-war
Texas, died suddenly to-any at Madrid,
(ions to b Harried.
Kcv. . D. Arnold, ot the Asheville Fe
male cortege left to-day for Raleigh where
he is te be married Thnrsdajr to AtiM
Clark 01 tnat city.
?Jllj Ji iaMrftV -
diidaali - a
PROOREIW OF THKSOl'TH,
3,917 New KiiterprlHO Eatahllah
ed oreat Financial ualna.
IUltimokk, Dec. 29. The Manufac
turers' Record publishes in this week's
isssue its annual review of the industrial
progress of the south for 18U0, showing
great activity and prosiwrity throughout
that section. The total assessed value
of property is $4,500,(100,000, a gnin ol
$270,000,000 over JHH'J, and of $1,000,-
000,000 over 1M80.
During the year 8,!)17 new mnnumc
turiiiL' enteruriscs, covering every vuriety
of industry, from tack works to steel
works, were organized 111 the South,
making a total during the last five years
of over 17,000 new enterprises.
THKV FIRKU ON HOI.DIKRH AT
Capt. Wallace Killed With Oilier
Holdlera While a Number are
Wounded Two Strike Headed
for 1 lie Had Mnda,
Vt'AsiiiN.rioN, D. C, lKv. .'ID.-The
coiuinissioncr ol Indian anairs tins
morning received the following dispatch
from Agent D. Rover, dated I'inc
Kidge Indian agency, Dec, 20:
"On Wounded Knee creek, this morn
ing, while the soldiers were disarming
Dig Foot and his bund, after their sur
render, a fight took place, which re
sulted in the killing of about 300 Indians
and several of the soldiers, including
Capt. Wallace, with a nunilier of
"Two Strike und his party, who were
cnmicd on White Clay creek just liclow
Red Cloud's house, ojiencd fire on the
agency from the hill tops, wounding two
soldiers. The police returned the lire
killing two ot Two Strike's Indians and
wounding two others.
"Two Strike and his hand have re
treated in a northwesterly direction
from the agency and it is supposed is
trying to muke'his way back to the Had
THE FIREMEN TOAttTF.D
Flame of Appreciation and
Not of Torture.
KciiIk.ii R. Rawls, the proprietor of the
Swannanoa hotel, gave a mosiidelightful
reception to the members of the volun
teer tire department of Asheville nt the
hotel last night. About sixty guests, in
cluding the majority of the mcmliers of
the various organizations of those who
so nobly fight fire in this city without
nuvreconiiiense wnntever, ana a sniaii
uumlicr of others who were invited
were present. Music consisting of songs
was furnished by sonic of the guests and
was greatly appreciated by the gather
ing. At about 0:30 o'clock the doors ol the
comfortable dining room were thrown
open nil I nn elegant supiicr was served.
Mr. kiiwis, tne uosi 01 tne occasion, pro-
Kised the toast ot the evening to the
firemen and paid them a happy tribute.
The toast was responded to by John I'.
Arthur. Remarks were made by Messrs.
Thos. A. Jones, Jennncrctte nnd David
M. Vance and Chief J. I'. Sawyer, of the
fire deimrtmcnt. At 11 o'clock the as
semblage dispersed, all pronouncing the
evening's entertainment a splendid suc
cess. Mr. Knwls has shown Ins appreciation
of the labors of those whole-souled men,
the firemen, twice. The first occasion
was a Christmas supiicr to them two
years ago. I ncy nave also oeen enter
tained by N. 1". Chctlcslcr, at llic ornnn
The Chrlntma) Tree at Ihe Chil
dren' Home vealerday.
The Children's home contained many
happy hearts last night. A beautiful
Christmas tree, heavily laden with toys.
candies, etc., had been provided for the
children of both hoincnnd hospitul.nuin-
liering thirty-two, nnd the employes ol
both institutions. At u:.m inr noor wns
opened and thechddrcn marched in singing
their kindergarten songs, ana tne eager
joyousnrss on the Dnglit little laces.
ns tliey gazca on 111c miry tree,
was a siuht not soon to be
forgotten bv those privileged to witness
it. Not onlv nut earn cuiici receive an
arm full of toys and "goodies" such us
thev had never dreamed of in their lives,
but each will soon have an abundant
supply of warm and comfortable cloth
ing. 1 lie committee in euarge most
uratefullv acknowledge their indebted
ness to the friends who assisted in this
work, and rcurct that nil were not pres
ent to see the happiness bestowed.
A Sl'RPRISK PARTY.
John Carroll and SI I an ora Rey.
nolda Married al atliiuton.
Mr. John Carroll, a son of Rev. J. I.,
Carroll, of this city, nnd Miss Ora Rey
nolds, daughter of Mrs. T. E. Rtynolds,
nlso of Asheville, were married in Kin
ston. N. C. this morning.
There isn little romnnceeonnccted with
this marriage. The families of the con
tracting narties were ignorant of any
such intention on their part until a tele
gram was received this morning commu
nicating the fnct of the marriage.
The couple led Asneviue bunnuy mgnt
for Kinston, where they were to act as
attendants upon the marriage ot I'rot.
E. B. Lewis to Miss McDaniel, of that
The news of the mnrringe cnued
much surprise among the many friends
of the young couple, but congratulations
ore in order just tne same.
DEATH FROM CONSUMPTION
A Member of tha KnlRhla of Pylh.
laa Dlealn Aaltevllle.
O. W. Roettger, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
died at Mrs. Trenholra's boarding house,
on Academy street, this morning, shortly
after 7 o'clock. He had been here for
about two weeks, suffering with con
sumntion. His wife and child were with
him. Thr remains were taken to his
former home this afternoon for inter
ment, A. M. Smith, a member of Piagnh
lodge No, 32, Knights of Pythias, ol
which order Mr, Roettger wns a mem
ber, accompanied the remains to Knox
AaalBjutnent at Danville.
Danvii.i.R, VA.t Dee. 80, Lisberger a
Isaacs, dry Roods, assigned yesterday
r - t' - '' ' "liaiMssaAsiiJi U sin a, k,
THE DOARD OF TRADE,
A LKTTIiR FROM PRESIDENT
GEO, k). PO WELL.
He la In Favor of a Reorttanlaa.
lion and Olvea Reasons for the
Forthe FalloftneOld Hoard Do
the Buslines) Men Waul 117
George S. Powell, president of the
board of trade, is in favor of the permn
nent organization of a body to do the
work intended for one of that kind. There
once was an organization in Asheville
known by that name but it apparently
nn longer exists. The communication,
printed below and written by Mr. Powell,
is of vital interest to the business men in
the city anil to everyliody interested in
the prosicrity of Asheville ns well. It
7'o the business men of Asheville :
At the close of each year for the past
live or six years it has been the custom
of a few business men of the town to
meet together ill the name of the bourd
of trade of Asheville nnd to elect officers
for the ensuing year.
With the above named exception the
board of trade has had no existence.
There have been no meetings, no mem
licrship Ices nor dues collected, and in fact
nothing outside of these annual meetings
to indicate that Asheville bad 11 board of
Two veurs tmo at one of these meet
ings I wus elected president. At the close
ot the year I culled a meeting for the
purpose of rendering my annuul report
and for the election of officers lor the
year 180O. The report was mudc to
empty benches, and not haying any one
present to contest tne election, 1 unani
mously declared thnt I had a perfect right
to hold over, and in order to get even on
the trade reHrt business, 1 ordered that
it be published at the expense of thr
board. The press felt sorry for me nnd
did not send in the bill. Thus quietly
und peacefully dud the board ol trade
twelve months ago.
Whnt were the causes tnat Drougnt
about the failure to keep alive so im
portnnt an organization? Answering
for myself, 1 would say: First, a want
of interest on the part of business men
generally in the public nffnirs of the city;
second, the membership Ices being fixed
so low as to prohibit the employment ol
a secretary and the renting of suitable
rooms for meetings. These I consider
the prime causes ol failure.
My idea is the organization of a chnm
bcr of commerce or business men's asso
ciation of some kind for the purpose ol
advancing the interests of Asheville nnd
to discuss and take part in all measures
affecting her growth nnd prosperity.
It is only by ciwieration that wecati
accomplish anything. The business men
of Asheville are not wanting in public
spirit and energy and only want to get
together to accomplish grand results in
whatever line they mny determine. Do
he business men of Asheville want an
irgnmsiition? If so, let us hear from
vou. I as one stand renny to nio id
whatever way 1 cun.
Methodlat Oncau Mold.
Ciiattammma, IH.-c.30. A hull' interest
n the Methodist Advocate, organ of the
M. li. Church, South, in this city, has
Ikcii sold to Rev. Horace li. Warner,
D.D.. of Cedar Falls. Iowa. Kcv. T. L.
Curler owns the other hall.
A Philadelphia Failure.
Pmi.Aiim.piiiA, 1'A., Dec. 20. ticrloch
k Ilnrjes, bunkers and brokers, announce
their suspension on the stock exchange.
The failure is not a heavy one.
AI'FAIRS OF CONSIiiVli.CU.
There is 11 serious outbreak of small-
six ut the seaport town ol llndcrslclten,
The treatment of William lk-gan, the
New York consumptive patient who was
sent to Itcrlin, is a lailure.
The Italian government has taken
steps which, it is liclievcd, will result in
the removal of the restrictions on impor
tations of pork Irom the t inted Mules.
The Pone has finished the draft of his
encyclical iciier iiHin inr .ocu.. iueniiun.
It will be signed before Knstrr, nnd will
be the crowing net of the l'oc's work in
It has been discovered that a spurious
imitation of 1'iof. Koch's lymph is iKiug
manufactured in Itcrlin, nnd a numlierol
cases huve been rviHiricd in which foreign
medical men have liccn deceived into pur
chasing the spurious preparation.
New York has the first good sleighing
for two years.
Advocates of cremation are said to be
steadily increasing in New York.
A. Mrs. Pering has been elected to tlie
office of road overseer in Kansas.
Rev. lames II. Dnlhv. of the Virginian
conlcrcnce, Al. t. L Huron, soma, is uena
It is said the snow storm In West Vir
ginia has not Ikch equaled within fifty
Senator Edmunds professes to think
there is a mpular demand for the pro
posed gag law in tne senate.
The slow conling of the new cruisers Is
attracting attention ns a detect, a whole
week being required to put the full supply
in tlie bunkers.
The Misnnic frnlcrnltv In Hnltimore
has secured the consent of Secretary Win
don to their use of the old United State
courthouse as a tcmornry meeting hall
Hishon Kntser. w ho is to be made arch
bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of
Milwaukee, is less tnnn lorty-srven years
of nge, nnd has been bishop of Green Hay
since IX it), lie Is a native 01 Austria,
Clerk Jewctl, of the New IlnmHhirc
House ot Representative, In his answer
to the bills entered by the democrats,
nsks a decree of the court to determine
his duty as to the making up of the list
of mem tars elect.
James R. Onrfietd, a son of the late
President James A. Garfield, is to marry
Miss Helen A. Newell, daughter of John
Newell, president ot the Lake rinorcrond
Mr. Garfield's age it twenty-rive years.
and Miss Newell s twenty-lour.
The eighth game of the match for the
chamnionslun of the world between
Messrs. William Stelnlts and Isidor
Gunslierg, in New York Saturday, at the
Manhattan Cbcaa club, resulted in a
draw, The score now stands) SteinlU,
3j U una berg, 3; drawn, 8.
1 111 VI. J
Of the Philadelphia College of pharmacy,
34 South Main Street. 4
Before iurclmsinnyourChr'utma Pres
ent tx sure to call at CHANT'S PHAR
MACY and inspect the finest and most
complete line of Toilet Article in this
city. We undoubtedly have just what
CIGARS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
( 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. CRAWS PHARMACY.
Tlie finest and moat complete stock of
Colognes, Toilet H'aCerf, Extracts, Pace
Powders and high grade Soaps at
Prescriptions filled at all hours Goods
delivered free ol charge to any part of
thecitr. GRASTS PHARMACY.
If you want a handsomt pair of cut
glass Dottles bra Christmas present call
at GRANTS PHARMACY, liottlesrang.
ing in price from One to Filcen dollars
II you nunc a firstlass Hair Brush for
a small amount of money, GRANTS
PHARMAC Y is the place to go to get It.
All kindsof Tooth Viusbcs, Bath finishes.
Rath Glows, Sponges, etc.
When your Prescriptions ate com-
pounded at GRANTS PHARMACY you
can positively depend upon it that only
tht purest and best Drugs and Chemi
cals have been used that they were
compounded by thoroughly experienced
Phurmiuistsand that the price paid
was not unreasonable.
84 South main St.
COIt.NKU BAULK 1IMXK.
46 SOUTH MAIN; STKKKT,
Chrlatuiaa Present and Hol
Too many good in
luiiitl. TiVy niiiHt bu
Noltl tli ih wtfk. Will
not wait till after
XnuiH, but milieu
prices from thin date.
Cull ami secure Clo til
ing, Dry (loodx,
Wni8, Furs und
named before tlio
close of tlie season.
Corner Englo Block and
South Main Bt.