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VOLUME X-NO. 204.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 29, 1894
PRICE 5 CENTS
ENGLISH CURED BREAK-J
FLOU R, N E W OlRjySAIJS
( RE 1AMHEM.S0USED
QUEEN OLIVER, RECEIY;
POWELL & SNIDER
"The White Corner."
Any one wishing to buy New Year s
presents will pay you to call to see ut it
once btf.re we clear off the few pieces
that is left from Zmas. We thank onr
customers and friends for their patron
age in the past. I think we have done
ur share aad hope to have their trade
I the futnre. I wish all a happy New
17 PATTON AVE.
10 North Court Square
After getting on the square
we had to increaae our
stock. The store too
large for email stock.
Oar store Is fall to over
lowing. All oar goode are
fresh. Don't forget the
place. Goods delivered
free and prompt.
Oakland Heights Hotel
Until January 1 5th I895.
i MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL AMD A
Thanking yom for the liberal patroosgt you hare Riven ot, and if low prices, good
good and fair dealing ia what yoa want, wt boot to hare a continuance ol the tame.
Maple Srrnp, quart cana, 35 ecnta; half gallon eana, 63 cents; gallon cant, $1.00. Buck
wheat Flour, 3H cents, and a ear load ol good things to eat that will pleat the
oat fsitlillrini aaassaasanr
st It. MAT UT
And tie best wiatfr wkeat ionr sold oa the
Jl. o. coopeh,
NO. a COCBT 8QUA1B.
NEW YEAR GIFTS.
Remember all your friends
by giving them fine Art
Calendar. Sold at
22 South Main St.
AT XRBATLT RBDUCF.D HICKS.
DIARIES FOR 1895.
A Pull Stock At
aa . MAIN ST.
ar AT l.OWKST PRICKS -
wbn makes another an. A Christmas
prent makes two people happy. In toys
of many nnd varied kinds, in a selected
list ol books that includes giftsforliH bits,
children, youths and all other riges ln
almost an; thing that is usually found
in a book store, our stock is ample; our
prices are reasonable, it costs you
nothing to come, examine, ask prices
and test th: truth of our statements.
Morgan oc Co
wet roan qware-
q q i
That while we are packing the Hslllngaworth
goods to move to our other large stock at ij
Roberts street, we will offer to merchants and
other cash buyers goods in single doieu lots at
the price of large case lots.
Our 40c syrup at aoc. Our 60c syrup aljoc,
Our 75c syrup at jjc,
This las bargain of bargains, and only good
till Saturday night. Our choice tomatoea is call'
ing In trade. Come and get prices, the Mock
coraplett and must go this week.
to PATTON AVBNUH.
P. 8,-We art ready to sell and deliver aay sr
all of the fixtures at bargains.
i i i i
B NOLAND & SON.
IN BNDLBSS TARIBTV
AT TUB .
It would be use ss for us to attempt to tell or
half what we have. We mention specially the
attractive line of lamps, silk shades, wire shade
frames. Dennlaon't paper for shades. Silk
shades from J). 50 to f; each. Cut glass and
French Chin in everything that is pretty and
useful. The line of Wedgewood and Copeland
ware deserves mention. Quite the fad to have a
piece in your home. Dolls, toys, books, etc. We
have them lower than any place in town. Our
Bargain tables, jc, 10c , 15c, 15c., joc., give dou
ble value for your money. Yours for a merry
HAD, W, THRASH S BRO.
For Their Patronage
WR wish to say thai we have a fresh stock o
Huyler's nd other Bneconftctionsoti hand.
YRS. we have some Toys left over which yon
can buy at (treat reduction. Sleds, wagons,
dolls, doll carriages, etc.
Ot'R Bnkiug Department is now supplied with
the best brand and cukes in the city.
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Hot Beef Tea,
Hot Clam Bouillon.
Heinitsh & Reagan,
HAPPY MEW YEAR
II PERSONS tlffl II) DEATH
A CUHISTMAS TltEK TKAGKUY IN
A Kerosene Lump Knocked Down, the
Oil Take Fln, And a Stampede
Through tlio Flumes Follown-Othiy
Klamath Falls, Ore, Dec. 29. At
Silver Lake, Lake county, Christmas
eve, while a large pnrtv was nttending
the Chris'.mns trie, a lamp exploded,
causing a fire, in which 4-1 persons were
burned to death, and 15 injured.
The gathering had assembled at a hall
above the Cliiistniui Hrotheis store, and
consisting mainly of cliildrc , who, with
their parents, rind relatives were enjoy
in); what Smta Cl.ius had brought
tlum. The Lakcvicw Examiner says:
"Someone attempted to git where he
could see and hear b'tter by jumping
upon a bench in the mi'ldle of the ball.
In doing so his head struck a lamp hang
ing from the ceiling, causing the oil to
run out which immediately caught fire.
While trying to tnkc the lamp down it
was tipped so that the oil run nut cm
the floor. From that time on the scene
was terrible to behold
' Some man said 'Shut the door nnd
kirp quiet, and it can be put out.' while
others screamed and jelled. The lamp
was lin.'illv taken down, but it fill to the
floor. In tin ir attempts to get it outsidi
it wns kicked about on the floor, where
it lay num. listed ns it could not be
touched on account of the intense heat.
The people were compelled to gothiough
the flames in order to reach the door,
and frantically rushed to their doom.
"Five .f the injuied will probably die.
Til'.' building, a two-story structure, in
cluding the postoffice nnd the entire
stock of Christman Bros, wns consumed,
Silver Lake is over a hundred miles
frinii Klamath Falls und the state with
the Lnkcview papers brought the news
to this place.
Kllli'il at a Flro.
NkwYork, Die. I'D Three alarms
wcte sent out 5 o'clock I his morning for
a lire in a six story brick building, -1
and 21G West 2ih street, occupied bv
Cassidy & Sons, dealers in gas hxturis.
The loss will reach $5I).(HJ0 While at
work 011 the fourth floor Hat trillion L'lrel
Hrcsnan und assistant Inrcniati John I
Koomy were instantly killed hy the filth
floor laliing in upon tlum. Assistant
fori 11:111 llennissiy Irul his left shoulder
and kg fiaclurcd liv a fullinc lie. 1111.
l ire Annum Lotitnvlllo FIimiih.
Lorisviu.K K., Dec. -"J. Fire broke
out early tliis moriung in the Stuikv
& Iiieut company's attctiMi house, five
storus high on Main street, which has
been pnicticullv gutted. Loss. $lllt.
(HlO. The fire spread to J II. (Jurist &
Co. 's shoe store, ar'ji, inn. g, wlm li may
he destioveii. J. M. Kolnrsnit & Co.'s
large whoksale dry goods store was
Whi'itt Klevalor 011 l'lri-.
Dayton, Mich., Dec. li'.l.-The big De
troit and Milwaukee elevator of Kast
Toledo is in flames. Tiic whole fire de
partment is out. It looks ns though the
structure and its eontuits will he u cum.
Later The elevator burned down.
LofS Joj.(lOO, fully covered by insur
ance. I'liin .MiiiiMiiu Di'slroyed.
Moiiii.h, Ala., Dec. 29.-Thc Albe
Place, on the Iimv fhill mail, one of the
finest mansions in the South, wns de
stroed by lire last niyht. Lmss $,r)t
U'M), insurance S3.0U0.
TIIK "1IIXIK HlMMK.lt."
To show That lilrimo anil Atlaiila
Art' Hut l " II11111-N Apart.
C'iiiOAi-,0. Die 21). The ' Dixie Hum
mer," u special fist train which has bicu
arranged lor bv the Chicago Ilirald, left
this city at two oilock tins morning
bound for Atlanta, 0a., 733 miles dis
tant. It is scheduled to arrive at 5.30
the tame cvenii.g nnd in order to win
this race against time the wheels will
have to go around at the rate of muni
GO milts 1111 hour.
The route will be via
the Chicngo and Eastern Illinois, the
Evansville and Tcrre Haute, the Louis
ville and Nashville, Chattanooga nnd St.
Louis, and the Western mid Atlantic
It the train makes the time in 15 hours
and 30 minutes us scheduled, it will be
the fastest run ever mudc in the South.
Atlanta nnd l hicngo, under the present
system of ruilioad connections are 27
hours npnrt, nnd the prime object to be
illustrated in running this train is the
feasibility of improving the railway mail
service to the Southeast.
EX-SENATOR FAIR DEAD.
He Loft Sltl,(MMI,OIH) to he Divided
A .nonif Ills Throe Children.
San Francisco, Cnl., Dec. 29 Ex
Senator James G. Fair, the bonanza mil
lionaire, did last night at the L'ck house,
The cause of Fair's death wns diabctis
and Uright's disease. He took to his
bed Inst Monday nnd hid not been con
scious for nny considerable length of
time since then. He had been failing for
some time nnd was fully aware ol his
critical condition. His only son, Charles
Lewis Fair, was present lit his death.
hair leaves a lortune estimated at
$40,000,000 and bvthe terms ol his
ill, mude some two months ago, this
vastsuin.it is stated, will lie coually
divided between his three surviving chil
dren, Mis Herman Oelrichs, New York;
Miss Virginia Fair, now staving with
her sistrr in New Vol k, nnd Charles L.
Fair ol this city.
ANTI-TOMXEWtt 'ESSF II..
A Connecticut Pat It'll t Cured ofDlptli-
thi'l'Ift bv tlio New 'J'l'fiilaii'iit.
Soi'TlllNUTON, Conn., Dec. 126 One of
the first experiments in the us of Pru
fissor Uthring's anti-toxine for diptheria
in this State has been successful in this
Dr. Maurice P. Sullivan found Richard
Thomas sutlering with the disease in the
most niAllignnut form on December 17.
He immediately made an iniection of
anti-toxine in the patient a back between
the scapulnrv muscles The tempera
ture at the tunc showed 1U2 4 5 and
the pulse 118. That evening a slight
reaction set in.
The next morning another ii jtction
was mnde and tin hours afterwards the
patient's pulse had dropped to 110 and
the temp rat u re to 101.
ln four days the membrane had entire
ly left the throat nnd toduy the patient
is able to sit up. Baltimore Sun.
To 8MU'lfy tho I'ooplo.
London, Dee. '20, k despatch to the
Central News from Tokio says : With a
view of maintaining discipline and pad1
fving the district of Liao Tong, Field
Marshal Crania has established a civil
administration at Klnchow similar to
that established at Untong by the com
mander of the first army. The army ad
ministration at Kinchow hat been in
operation tinct December 10.
"LAST OF IIEVIIT CLAY."
llio Snlt-lilo of the Stonecutter In the
Dii.LsnoKO, N. C, Dec. 27. Special.
Yesterday a stranger, who apparently
had been on a long wet Christmas, was
seen wanderiig around the country
about two miles from here. He was
found this morning, after having spent
the night rut in the feaifulcold, in a half
frozen condition, nnd brought to town
and given stimulants, which soon
brought him to.
No further notice was taken of him,
as he seemed to have money to supply
his immediate wants, the principal one
at that time being a hat, which was
purchased somr time during the day. To
the clerk who served bi n he said he had
a great mid to go and drown himself,
be frit so badly.
The next seen of him was about two
hours later, when four men walking
along the railroad, about half a mile
below town, where it runs parallel with
the Tuckasritce river, saw him standing
on the bank. When they got near to
him, he turned and said to them.
Here ia the lost of Henry Clay."
He then walked straight out into
the water. When it reached his waist be
Not corning up at once the men went
to his rescue immediately, but as there
is considerable current just there In the
river, it took some little time to reach
him. When he was brought tothebank,
he was found to be unconscious. Dr. J.
M. Candler, who lives only a short dis
tance awav was sent lor at once, but
when he arrived he found his medical
skill nf no avail; resuscitation could not
The body was brought to town. In
a pocket was found a card bearing the
name "Henry Clay," and "member No.
221 of the Ililtmore Branch of The Jour
neymen's Stone Cutters Association,"
with dues paid up to end ot Kovembcr.
Mr. Clay wns a native of Sheffield,
Kngland, about 30 years old and single,
lie bud worked on the Vanderbilt estate,
and left Diltmore last Monday. His re
mains were brought in vesterday after
noon nnd were interred in Riverside cem
etery this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The
buriid was nttended by a number ot his
fellow members of the Stonecutters' as
sociation. M'DAXIEI. MIST HANG.
Wi'IiIi'h ( nso Wan Not Appealed
Opinion In Other tasoH,
The Supreme court bas hied opinions
in sevrral cases of interest in Buncombe.
Ore is in the else of Hilly McDaniel, sen
tinel il to death tor murder. The find
ings i f the lower court nre sustaim-d,
nnd if nothing occurs to prevent, Mc
Daniel must hang on the ilth of Jan
uary, the date tixetl by ludgelhos. A
I01.es of the Criminal court. McDauicl's
1 'ii 1 1 iter in ci itnr, llenrv Webb, wns sen
tented to death ntthesnmc time. 11 is case
was not sent up, but his nttornev,
Chas. A. Webb, has been in Raleigh this
v eek and is endeavoring to secure a
commutation of sentence to lite lui
In theenseof State vs. M. Sheiman,
the court finds no error, and in thnt
of I'. C, Mclutire affirms the lower
court's decision. Sherman and Mcln
tire were found guilty on a charge of
libel and sentenced to one year each on
the coin.tv roads. They appealed and
have lieen out on bond.
The decision is nlfirmcd in the case ol
State vs. D. D, Suttle, lor injury to a
milldain belonging to D. S. liildibnind
near Asheville. Mr. Suttle was fined $50
uuri costs, in all near $100.
ln the case ol Liidsey & Brown vs.
the First National bank, sent up from
the Superior court, the decision is
affirmed. I.indsey Si Brown, the pho
tographers, sued the bank for damages
li.rclnsin"; a sk light of their gallery,
which opened on an alley between the
h oik building the D:ckersou building.
The -uit terminated in fnvorof the bank,
I 1111 uic giouiKi iiuie mi uiiiy was uui 41
j puhhe one
Clilnu Muni suy Why Mho Broko Faith
With tliol'ulliMi states.
Washington, D.c 29. The accuracy
of the information contained in a Shatig-
hai cablegram regarding Minister Den-
bv's instructions to protect the Chinese
goveniinciu in the case ol the Japanese
student spies is lully confirmed at. me
Promptly upon bearing of the butchery
of the twostudtntswho bad been turned
over to the Chinese officials for such pun
ishment as might be accorded to them In
civilized countries upon lawful convic
tion, Secretary Gresham cabled Minister
Denbv to demand satisfaction for the
breach of faith. No reply has yet been
received, which however, is not wondered
nt considering the demoralized condition
of the l'ekiu government.
NOW THIS IS COLD.
Tlilrly-Two Pptrroes llulow tho Zero
Murk lu New York Stato.
Saratoga, N Y., Dec. i'9. The ther
mometers marked here nt six o'clock this
morning ut several places from 20 to 30
degrees below zero; at Ballston Spa"
24 degrees below, and at Northcreek
32 degrees below.
I'lTTSiifRH, Pu., Dec. 29. The ther
mometer registered 5.05 degrees below
zero this morning. This is the lowest
temperature since 1886.
Washington, Dec. 20. The President
has npproveJ the act to establish a
autionul military park at tke battlefield
of Sbiloh similar to those at Getty sburg
and Lluckamauga, carrying an appro
priation of $75,0110 lor the purpose ol
sei tiring the nicessary land und for
1'1'lestH nnd Kli ycli'M.
London, Dec 27. The Duily News cor
respondent in Rome says : The ("pe has
nominated a committee to examine the
question of priests riding bicycles and
the nygenic aspects of the practice. A
section of the bishops oppose bicycling
because the riders are uuublc to ' wear
their clerical gowns.
ricked Shot from Ills Forolicnd,
Marion, N.C., Dec. 28. The boys who
were parties in the shooting affair near
Old Fort on Christmas dayesenped with
light Imuries. A tew shot was picked
from the forehead of Ed. Crawford, the
one worst hurt. All were in diink, except
W. C l'os Dead.
Massillon, Ohio, Dec. 29. William C,
Toe, grand-ion ol the famous Indian
fighter, and brother of General 0. M,
Poe of Detroit, died here yesterday,
Kacinb, Wis., Dec. 29,-Phallas (2:13)
the celebrated stallion owned by 1. 1.
Case, died last night at a result ol Ret
ting fait in a stall.
A Colebrutod Mesmerist Dead.
Jackson, Mist., Dec. 20. Prof. ohn
Edward Kennedy, the mesmerist, died
at hit noun in tbit eity yesterday.
HERE ON A
A Chicago Judge. Finds the North Car
olina Statutes Not to Ills Mluil, but
Governor Carr's Requisition Holds
Wntor-Tho Prisoner Conies Rack to
Chicago, Dec. 20 The A.S. Whitman
habeas corpus case was up again today
in Judge Dunne's court, but the question
as to whether Whitman is to be sent to
North Carolina on the charge 0' procur
ing monev by false pretenses or released
was still left undecided. Judge Dunne
did decide on the arguments which were
heard last week that the Governor's
warrant upon which his extradition is
asked is not sufficient to hold him, for the
reason that it docs not show that a
crime was committed by the defendant
in North Carolina.
The judge said he had carefully exam
ined the statutes of North Carolina and
bad found that in that State a man
might procure money by false pretenses
without committing an indictable of
"All false pretenses are not indictable
there," said the court, "and the warrant
of the Governor should, therefore, set
forth specifically the manner in whi. b
the money in this case was procured.
This warrant does not."
Chicago, Dec. 29 A. S. Whitman, in
whose behall a strong fight was made to
prevent his extraditon to North Carolina
to be,tried on n chargeof obtaining money
by false pretenses, was handed over to
an agent ol that state yes'erdav bv a
de.'ision of Judge Dunne. Whitman left
for Asheville, N. C, this alternoon in
charge of e deputy sheriff.
LAST OF LKXOTV.
Byrnes to he C'roHx-Exniiiliieil A Cap
tiiln'H Bad Record.
New York, Dec. 29, The last day of
the Lexow committee brought a great
crowd of people to the Superior court.
The session will, in all probability, he
an exciting one as Stip't. Byrnes will be
called ns a witness. Dr. I'arkburst is
anxious that the Superintend; nt shall
he handled without gloves, and insists
thut he ought to be treated like any
other witness. President Mnrtin of the
Police board was also called to the
stand. Lawyer Guff will question Mnr
tin as to his bank accounts. Martin
gave Goff his bank book yesterdav w ith
out the slightest hesitation.
"Is Captain Mcakin here," said Goff
There was no response.
"We tried to subpoena Captain Meakin
last night, but tailed," suid Goff.
"He bus been accused of being the
chief protector of the green goods
men in this city. Thev to lowed
him uround Irom one precinct to another
to get bis protection. Captain Meakin
has also the reputation of being the
richest Captain on the force. He lives
in a $25,000 house and three ser
vants wait at his door. I openly
charge him with having policemen,
carpenters and plumbers working ut his
country house in Tarrytown and at the
same time drawing their pay from the
city. I also state that a wardmnn of
his who was in Bloomingdale suffering
Ii 0111 paresis drew Ins pay every month,
THE (iRAND OLD FELLER.
But Ho Forgot to Fell a Tree On Ills
L0NI10N, D. c. 29. Gladstone celebrated
his 85th birthday today, and was the
recipient of hundreds of letters nnd tele
grams of congratulation, and parcels
containing birthday gifts. Gladstone
was in remarkably good health and
spirits, and despite the stormv weather
drove through the village of Hawardcn
to the church, where lie met u deputa
tion of Armenian Christians from Paris
nnd London. On behalf of Gladstone
the deputation presented a silver chalice
to the church, In replv to the presenta
tion address the ex-Premier exorcssed
his sympathy with the sufferings of the
The deputation took luncheon with
Gladstone at Hawa'dcu Castle. The
Prince of Wales and Lord Aberdeen were
among those who telrgrauhed their con
gratulat ons to Mr. Gladstone.
An EiieoiirnglUK Iron .Sinn.
Champion Mich Dcc.29. The Champ
ion mine will resume operations January
2 after an idleness of nearly three years,
Two hundred and fifty men will be put
work. Resumption of activity
this mine is taken as the most encouraging
sign thnt the iron trade has shown for
the past two years.
The Weather Molds Tho Trump Card
Massillon, Ohio, Dec, 29. The mines
are reported out of house coal today
and there is not enough furl above
ground to kerp the camos going The
operators must soon buy outside coal
to prevent the destruction ot tbeir prop
The Lotfiillty of Stamp Albums.
Washington, Dec. 29. Solicitor Reeve
of the treasury department has given an
opinion, in regard to legality of private
parties printing fac-similcs of United
States stamu albums, that the printing
ol stamp ulhums must he stopped nnd
the plutes siizvd anil d 'itroveif.
Cot Its's IrlU Vp.
London, D.c. 29 The gale in the Irish
son continues unabated. A number of
vessels in the harbor of Holyhead broke
from their anchorage last night and were
seriously damawd by coming into col
lision with one another.
The Pope Is Edltlim.
Roue, Dec. 28 The Pope has com
pleted the text of his encyclical In regard
to the position of the church in the
United States but is still engaged in re.
vising the mantis ript.
Kid Lavigne and party have been d
charged from a New Orleans court on
the findiug of the coroner's jury that
Bowen, the prize fighter, met his death
at New Orleans by concussion o' the
brain produced by striking the unpadded
noor ot tne ring,
The Paris Figaro recommends an in
ternational convention to forbid Atlant
steamships from crossing the banks
Newfoundland during the fishing senson
with the view of preventing collisions.
The thermometer registered 23 degrees
below at Breckinridge, Granite and
other points in the Colorado mountains
T hursday morning.
The Brazilian government bat ordered
$5,000,000 worth of war material from
the Armstrong Gun company.
The house in which Martin Lnther wat
born In Eiselben, Germany, it said to
In danger or laliing down.
The condition of Lord Randolph
Churchill wat somewhat improved to
day. v.. -v
...My stock consists of a coni
...binatlon of the uselul as
...well as ornameutal. Whnt
...combines both qualities
...more than a stylish tie, an
. .elegant umbrella, a line
...pair of gloves, a silk hanrl
... kerchief, a pair of nice sus
...penders, or in fact any one
...of the numerous articles
...worn by a well dressed
...man? My stock is the
...largest ami best selected in
The Men's Outfitter.
as Pattern Ave.
Ve hair huil a fine trade, but Mil
have dome things left, maybe the
the very thing you w.int. We will
sell them off now regardless ofeotit,
don't believe in carrying stock over.
If you have received ami haven't
given, rcmcmbor our stock has
many beautiful presents left and the
price is so low anyone can afford it.
RAYSOR & SMITH,
31 PATTON AVE.
THE BEST SHOES
Arc none too good for this
kind of weather.
ltuvs a woman's Gjodvcar
welt dongola shoe that have
every desirable quality that
goes to make up a good shoe,
A welt means no squeak, n
substantial sole, flexible nnd
comfortable, Thev ire m.'de
to order by makers who excel
in tbeirjjrade. We have s!z..'S
from No. 1 to 9. All widths.
That's why we lit you.
4 M. COURT IQVARK,
VV. A. LATIMER
NO. 16 N. COURT SQl'ARK.
-For small sizt-
Keeker's Illicit wheat Flour.
3NE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD
If You Find Anything But Havana lu
The Filler of Our Red Letter Cigar.
Asheville Cigar Co
Long, Hill & Co.,
No. 4 If. Court autre. Cp Slain.
Real Estate Aits, ft Broker
' l i ir "i i "" i i i
THE BAZAAR OFFERS
In the Following Lines:
Misses' and children's felt hats, latest
Ludies's fill bjniiets nnd Imffl
All styles of fancy feathers.
Infant's c-ips, velvet, silk an l cloth.
Children's caps, velvet and cloth.
Ladies' and misses' cloaks.
Infant's Jong and short cloaks.
Ladies', misses' and children's woolen
Ladies', misses' and children's woolen
All bcavv dress goods.
Also what is lift, of our holiday goods
will be ut at reduced prices.
It will more than pay you to call and
see these big bargains.
43 PATTON AYE.
A Pound Box of ,Tcn
ney's Ilonbons and chocolates weighs a
pound and 5 ounces. A pound box of
mixed chocolates weighs a pound and
It pays to get Tcnuey's.
JSi ime people are afraid it is not as
good ns Huyler's and continue to pay 25
per cent, more for that muke, through
In some sections Tenney's stands in
the lead. Thinking people will try it
It has the largest sale of any one make
if fine candies in this city.
Its popularity is.increascd on account
of Jour selling any quantity desired from
5c. worth up to a 5 lb. box.
The regular price everywhere is 80c. a
pound wc have cut the ptice to COc. on
Tenney's jordan almonds COc, better
than any 80c. almonds on the matket.
S ilted aim uds, sealed half pounds,
. Strawberry pral'nei.
Walnut b jnb'ons.
Chocolate Waluut Creams.
Chocolate Dipped Walnuts.
Chocolate Dipped Pecans.
Ueautiful baskets, low iu price; dainty
boxes tempt the most fastidious.
Almond nougat 25c, caramels 18c,
chocolate creams 20c, stick candy, pure,
10c, mixed candies, 10c, capsule mint
tablets 40c, Smith Bros, cough drops
5c a package.
Oranges 25c. a dozen, lemons ISc. a
dotcn, mixed nuts 15c, paper shell
almonds 20c, raiiini, London layer, 15c.
a pound, figs 20c, best 25c.
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