liilOS 111 FOR the
C. T MILLAIJiyS
on the west side of the Square, where
3EB. -ST CS- O O X3e S „
are scllin" -so low as never was ' Look at the annexed price list and judge for vonrself.
Host Prints, - - 11 1-2 cts. Good blue Denims, - 10 2-3 cts.
Good y’d wide Sheeting, 11 1-2 cts. Very heavy blue Denims, 20 to 25 cts.
Heavy “ “ “ 121-2 cts. Good Hickory Shirting, 15 cts.
Indian Head “ 10 2-3 cts. Good Hosiery, - - 10 2-3cts.
Good y’d wide bl’ch’d Muslin, 15 cts. Good Handkerchiefs. 12 1-2 to 20 cts.
Fine soft-finish “ “ 18 cts. Very heavy Cottonades, 35 to 40 cts.
The attention of Farmers is particularly called to tin' very low prices on Denims, Hickory
Shirting, Pants doods, and everything suitable for Farmers wear.
I shall have in this week an immense stock of LADIES UNDERWEAR of every descrip
tion and style.
A COMPETENT LADT CLERK
to wait on you. Call and see them, and save money by buying the readymade goods. The
work ALL WARRANTED*. Money will be refunded if Goods are not all right. I also
have Cadies Dress (Suits of \ icforia Lawns, Linen and Grass- Cloth. An immense stock ot
Marseilles Quilts. The finest stock of Lace Curtains in the City. A splendid stock of Sum
mer Dress Goods, consisting in part of Dress Linens, Linen Lawns, b igured Pique s Yosemite
Stripes, Mariposa Stripes, Orgainlie Lawns, Figured and Striped Japanese Silks, &,c, &c.,
I now ha ve a full and complete line of Staple Dry Goods, Jh aney Goods and every thing in oni
line of trade, and will sell at prices to defy competition.
Every body invited to call and see and satisfy themselves, My motto is “tonality and prices
sell my Goods'.
Thanking my customers for past favors and hoping for a
continuance of the same, t remain _____ _ ___ „
C. T. WILLARD, jT^p.
Vet, what has that to do with the grand rush at
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