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rATURDAY, MAY 15, 1880.
. , PEWCI1METTES. This is plcnlo day. " Mr I. C. Freucli, of this city, is glfing reading In Chattanooga. The Rogersville papers are agitating the subject of fS.abllshiDgr a county fair for flawkluBCouoty. Monroe Democrat, Thursday: Mrs. D. M. Key spent the week lu Sweet water, visiting relatives, and friends, and returned yesterday to Washington. A premium of $ 1,000 Is to be offered by the executive committee of the Bristol border fair for the best trotter, at their fall exhibition, says theCcur elr. Tha Jonesboro Journal claims to have information that Hon. R. R Butler is no longer a candidate for the republican nomination for congress in the first district. Hon. A. A. Taylor is to deliver the literary address at the commencement exercises of Parrottsvllle College, Coeke county, whloh begins on Wednesday, 26th Inst. Rev. R. J. Cooke, of the Eist Tennes see Wesleyan University, at Athens, leetured in the M. E. choroh in Cleve land, last night, on "GieU moo; or the foroe of an Idea." - Dr. J. C. Moore, of Sweetwater, has accepted a position in the freight de pot of the E. T., V. & Q. railroad, at Chattanooga, as assistant to the agent, Mr. M. Taylor. Dr. Moore is a son of the late Thos. J. Moore, who was for a umber of years tbe company's agent at this plaoe. . ..'.'.. Jonesboro Journal : Mrs. Col. Ber nard, who has been with ber hu&band at Fort Boies, Idaho, for the post sev eral months, returned to her home last Monday night. Little Annie, daughter of Vf- P. Brownlow, Esq., fell from the atalrway laert Sunday evening, ', breaking on bone of her forearm and dislocating the wrist Joint. J , ' " i Ed. Cox, who killed Col. Bob ' At aton In Atlanta some months ago, has been consigned to the coal mines in Dade county, Ga., to serve out a life sentence at hard labor. He was not shocked when being'.traneported, and claims to be "too brave to commit eul clde and too honorable to escape," but lives in confident hope; of a pardon. If you want to eat your meals with pleasure, buy a Fowler's Fly Fan They will keep the flies off tbe table and dispense with one servant. They will keep them off the baby, and are Indispensable for a Bdnday nap, and will keep bald-headed folks and nervous people out of tbe lunatic asylum. A uew supply Just received at W. W. Woodruff & Co.'s. Mammoth stock of Hats at Dunbar's. Cold Cream, Camphor Ice, Lip Salve to., at Lyons & McCampbell's. Infants' Lace Caps and Bonnetr, splendid assortment, Just received at Dunbar's. The best line of Flavoring Extracts in tbe city at Hudiburg's. Ladles, select your Hats while tbe stock is complete at A. D. Dunbar's. Fearful storm ! When? Where? At Danbar's. Tbe orders are JuBt pouring in. Ladies can not full to be suited in Quality and Prices at Duubar'a. Tbe latest novelties In Perfumes, Toilet Powders and Toilet goods gen erally, at Lyons A McCampbell's. Wanted-.! Servant. A woman to do cooking and general housework. Enquire at this office. Organs for Rent. If you wish to rent a new or second band Organ, call at Cummins' Music Emporlam immediately. Combs, Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Na 1 Brushes, Bath Brushes, Dressing Cases, Cologne Sets, Hand Mirrors, etc., at Lyons & Mc Campbell's. ; Dried Beef, Prune, Oat Meal. We offer to-day some fine Dried Beef, Just right to broil. Try i:; it makes a fellow forget his troubles. We are closing out our Prunes at 9s., and they are good. Respectfully, Jim Andebson, Colored Strawberry Festival. The colored folks'gave a strawberry and ice cream festival last night in the third story over Williams & Zimmar. man's hall, which was largely attend ed, and seemed to be quite successful. It was given for the benefit of tbe Bap tist paper, of which Rev. J. M. Ar mistead la publisher. ' The Son Picture Entertainment. Mr. George R. Tremaine gave tbe sec ond of a series of brilliant Huminated pictures of a tour from New York to Jerusalem at the opera home last night, to a fair house, all of whom were highly entertained. The repre sentatlons last night comprised that part of the tour from London to Paris. The pictures are produced with powerful and wonderfully life, like effect, and, accompanied by the Instructive leotures and explanations by Mr. Tremaine, It forma an exhibition whloh W highly entertiUiJng and doubly worth tbe ad mission ebarged. To-night tbe audience will be taken front Paria to Rome, aud some grand and brilliant Illustrations will be introduced. It Is hoped Mr. Tremaine will have a large hoase, f r his exhibi tion Is truly a worthy and attractive one. Progress T Ike - Temperance ( " Movement. " - At the session of the East Tennessee Sunday school 'Convention, wbiob closed yesterday at Loudon, resolutions were offered and unanimously passed advocating prohibitory laws, or if that is Impossible, local option laws. The resolutions advise all christian people to exert their Influence in this direc tion, and call upon tbe people or tbe state (o support at tbe ballot box such men for the legislature as are known to be advooates of these measures. Tbe resolutions also recommend the pro curing of petitions in aid of temperance . enactments by our legislature. . The feeling of the con vention on this subjeot was very posi tive, unanimous, and ( enthusiastic. Characteristic speeches were made on the subject by Rev. F. E. Sturgls, Rev. C.B. Sparrow, Rev.O. C Rankin and Rev. Isaao Emory; also by Messrs. Rayl, Washburn, Atwell, Angel and Richards, of Knoxville. Don't buy before you price Jo. Teer's Clothing.- Mo- Jo. McTeer has the best line of Sack Suits In the State. Jo. McTeer has the best line of Fur nishing Goods in Knoxville White Shirts, Under Shirts, Suspenders, Handkerchief.-, White and Fancy Half Hose and Keck Wear. Jo. McTeer has the best White and Colored Kid Gloves made. Every pair warranted not to rip or burst. ' For good Clothing and honest deal ing, go to Jo. McTeer's. J03. T. MoTEER has never been undersold, and will not be, after tbe 15th of May. Jo. MoTeer's stock of Clothing Is good. Prices lower than any one else. Jo. McTcer'a trade la very heavy, bat he will continue to lead in low prices. Jo, McTeer has always sold tha best goods for the least money, and will continue to do so. Auction Sale This (Saturday) morning, at 9 o'clock, on Market Square, of Bibles, Fancy Boxes, Bads and Bedding, Saddles, Ropo, Dry Goods, tc , &c E, A. AKEB3, Auo'r. -. Internal Revenue Matters.' Deputy collector D. S. Bowers res turned yesterday from an extensive tour of the counties of Grainger, Union, Campbell, Scott and Knox, looking after the Interests of tbe U. S. internal revenue service. He was accompanied by deputy collector W. W.Freahour, who has been with him for two or three weeks.- Mr. Bowers informs us that matters are much improved in regard to violations of the revenue laws in these counties, and they seldom encountered any illicit distilling or any show of resistance. They captured a still in operation in Grainger oounty, on the 5th Inst., and on Thursday, coming through Camp bell county, they pulled a still and ap paratus out of a beautiful cave, which they ran upon. No owner or worker was found any where about. Picnics To-day. The Sunday school of Broad Street M. E. Church, South, will go to-day on a pic nic excursion to the Eagleton grove, near Maryville. They will go out on tbe Maryville railroad, leaving tbe depot about 8 o'clock. The First Presbyterian church Sun day school hold their plc-nlo to-day at Cane creek, going out on the Knox vllle and Ohio railroad. Their train will leave the car shed about 7.30 o'clock this morning. ,. Closing Exercises of Insulate. Moslielm The Chronicle bas been furnished with a programme of tbe closing exer cites of Mosheim Institute, a worthy Institution of learning, situated at Mosbeim, Greene county, under tbe princlpalsbip of Rev. J. C. Barb, A.M. Tbe closiug exercises occur Friday, 21st Inst., commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Besides orations, essays and dec lamations, by the young ladies and gentlemen, tbe degrees will be con. ferred by Mr. W. T. Guthrie j the lit erary address will be delivered by Hon. R. R. Butler, and the alumni address by Dr. R, C. Bmith. Close of tbe Baptist Festival. Tbe strawberry festival given by tbe ladies of the First Baptist cbnrcb, was repeated and brought to a close last night, after two nights of great suc cess. Last nlgbt the attendance was much larger, tbe tables were liberally patronized, and the enjoyment of all in attendance was complete. The proceeds could not bs definitely ascer tained, but it is thought tbe amount will approximate $150, for the two evenings, and lunch yesterday. This Is very well done indeed, and the ladles and gentlemen in charge deserve much 1 credit. ' A Bosne C onnly Academy. Tbe charter of tbe Post Oak Springs Academy, of Kingston, Roanscounty, was registered by the secretary of state at Nashville Tuesday. Tbe In corporators are 8. A. Owen, J. II. Deanon, David M. Billingsby, F. B. Smith, Richard Rector and R. M. Klmbrough. ' t S, T. Williams, a prominent drug gist of Salisbury, Md.. wrote. January 26. 1878: "Send ma nn Wo Pills, and If they prove what you claim for them I will order more." February 19, be write: "Bend m. tn dozen mors of Dr. Tutl's Liver Pill. by return mall. Tbey are dolor won. den beie." Personal. Mrs. J. B. Hoxsle and Mlsa Cora Rule left yesterday, for" Cincinnati, to attend the general conference Of tbeM. E. Church, and alao to take In the great muaio festival next week. ! - Hon. Jas. M. Meek, of New Market, came to tbe olty on yesterday's train. MsJ. Isaao Benson, of Sweetwater, waa in the city and returned home on yesterday's train. Rev. U. H. Strickland, tbe Dew pas tor of the First Baptist Churoh, arrived with his family on yesterday evening's train from Augusta, Ga., their former borne. They will make their borne with Mr. Jas. S. Hall, for the present, and Mr, Strickland will enter regularly upon bis charge to morrow. Mrs. R. P. Spence, . of Athens, arrived on yesterday evening's train, to visit the family of ber father, Mr. H. L. Bradley. . , j Messrs. H. Reaves, of Green evllle, J. L. Coile, of Jefferson county, W. T, Russell, of Mossy Creek, T. B. McLe more, of Knox, and others of the delegates to tbe Sunday school con vention at Loudon, stopped over in the city coming up on yesterday evening's train. - . : sscr-tv.- Hon. John Baxter, United States circuit Judge, left on yesterday's train for Cincinnati. ' Gov. Fred. W. M. Holllday. of Vlr ginla, accompanied by CjI. Thos. H. Carter, left yesterday to pay a visit to the Nashville centennial, after spend ing twenty-four hours very pleasantly n our city. ." , Mr. C. J. McClung and wife arrived yesterday from a pleasant stay of a few days at Tate Spring. ' . Mr. J. J. Coile, of Mt. Horeb, Jeffjr son county, who was tbe Chronicle's reporter of tbe Loudon oounty Sunday school convention proceedings, was among those who arrived on last night's train. The second day's re port will appear to morrow. ' Miss. Linnle King, a charming aud accomplished belle of Bristol society, who has been vUUiug Misses Cynnie and Bella Boyd, returned home last night. Ex-Mayor S. B. Luttrell and wife. E. S- McClung and wife, and other KnoxvilliAu?, were to leave on the eirly train this morning fjr tha Nash ville centennial. ' 1'ror. J. tl. ijams, prlucipal , bf tu Deaf and Dumb Asylum in this city, left yesterday for Northampton, Mass to attend a convention of principals at that point. He went by way of Cin cinnati. Rev. P. M. Banlett, of Maryville, left on the noon train yesterday for Madison, Wis, to attend the general assembly of the Presbyterian church, which meets next Thursday. MAY 15TII. A Timely Warning;. Oa aud after the 15th of this month I am going to close my large stock of light weight Caeimere Suits as rapidly as possible, regardless of profits. No trouble to show goods. ' 12-45 D. T. Vistal. The Y. M. C. A. Concert. A tolerably good audience was as sembled at tbe chapel of tbe Second Presbyteriau church, last lulght, but not so large as it should have .been, considering tbe attractive programme announced in the morning Chroni cle. The performers all did so well that it would bs difficult to make any discriminations of praise between tbern. Tbe solos by Mrs. Barton, as usual, were most excellently rendered tbe audience not being satisfied with single performance. Messrs. Will Baxter and David Fleming were tl-.o recalled. The duet by Misses Jessie Riyland Blanch Swan was especially commendable, as were also the piano solo by Messrs. C. J. Boyd and solo by Mrs. Sturgls. An Interesting feature of the enter tainmeut was the "Varieties," by Dr, Simmons. The doctor Is au crebestra by himself, a minstrel troupe and brass band combined. He plays half a dozen Instruments at the same time. Additional excellence was given tbe entertainment by the exquisitely toned pianos kindly loaned tbe association by Marshall & Co. ine aa mission ice was a book or picture, and quite a slock of both were ooiameu as toe result or tbe enter prise. tiaines Ilarrll's Mew Mnrinkler, Galues Harril bas a new sprinkler on Uay street. It Is an Improvement on the old barrels. It Is a larce tank barrel-shaped, made of galvanized iron, and was put up by Butt, DePue & Co. It is more sightly, aud will last a lifetime. Hs has it handsomely decorated with advertisements. He has also put a sprinkler on Market Rquare for this seawn, wbieh has long Deen neeaeu. Republican Meeting To-day. A meeting of the republicans of Knox county will be held at the court bouse at 12 o'clock to-day, for the pur pos of selecting delegates to represent Knox county In tbe republican con gressional convention, which Is to be assembled in Knoxville on Ihe 27tb day of May, 1&30, to Dominate a candi date fjr OJUgress, aud for presidential elector on tbe republics ticket lu tbe second congressional district of Ten nessee. Two Iresses found. , Chief of Police W. A. Harper re quests us to say that he bas in bis possession two ladles, dresses, which bave been foond, and wblcb the owner can bave by applying to- hint and describing tbe properly. - mm . - ,. J. , Best Organs Made ; ? Are sold by W. F. Cummins, Knox, villa, Tenn. He has, Geo. Woods A, Co.'. Clougb &, Warren'' Western, Cot tnge and Peloubet & Co., at low pliers. 1 County PaHtteui Convention. I ThedembBrac'Njf- Roane "county met at Kingston Saturday, 8:h Inst., with D. M, 'Coffm an, chairman, and Jno. J. Littleton, secretary Delegate were selected Vo b6tu the state conven tlon at Naeh vllle uue jBth,vand con gressional convention' 'at Knoxville July 2d. The resolutions designate Bayard as their first 'choice for presi dent; instruot for. Thoe. L, Williams, or Knoxville,- a the democratic can didate for congress; for Col. , W. A. Henderson, of Knoxville, aud Hon. J. W. Clupp, of Memphis, as prea! dential electors; and Hon. R. K. Byrd and D..M. Coffmarj, of Roane, as dele gates to the Ciociauati convention. At a meeting of , the Washington oounty democratic convention In Jonesboro Monday,. 10th inst., N. V. Gammon was nominated for sheriff and David Witllams for trustee, both by soolanaatlou, . , .. ,., ; "Barns and Scalds." If you are so unfortunate as to In jure yourself In this 'way, ,w can suggest a remedy that wjll (we speak from experience) soon relieve yon of all pain and quickly heal lie wouud; it costs but 125 oente and is sold by all drugglstB ask for Perry Davis' Pain Kili.br. . ' ..... ... U. O. G. V. The . following resolutions r were adopted at the last regular meeting of Hope Commandery, No. 2, U.O. G. C: Resolved, That Hope Commaiidery learns with pleasure of tbe movement on the part of tbe christian churches of this city, looking to the passage of a local optiou liquor law by tbe legis lature of thiB state. Resolved, That it is the sense of this Commandery that this is a movement in the right direction, aud it shall have our countenance and support, both as a society and as Individuals. B. T. Logan, F. C. Richmond, Committee. A Benefactress. Jiut open the door lor her, and Mrs. Wluslow will prow the American Florence Nightingale of the Mursery. Of this we are so sure, that we will teach our "Susy" to say -A blessing on Mm. Wluslow" for helping her to suivlve and escape ths griping, col iclng and teething siege. Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING BYRTJP relieves the child from pain, and cure) dysentery and diarrhoea. It sof lens ths gains, reduces inflammation, cures wind colic, aud carries the lnlaut safely through the teething pe r.od. It performs precisely what It professes to perform, every part of It nothing less. We have never seen Mrs. Wlnslow know nir only through the preparation of her "Sootitng Syrup for Children Teething." If we h d the power, we would make her, as she is, a physical favlor to the infant race. Sold by all d; ugglsts. 25 cents Ja bottle. CITY ITEMS. Merchants or Kant Tennessee will save money by baying; Clothing; from Jo. McTeer. Jo. McTeer's line of Worsted Is very complete in all prices. Hults At least SO Styles of Sack Silts at Jo. Mc Teer's. Jo. McTerr's line of Frock Suits is very large, and prices low. Black Aipaca Coats und Vests, all prices and sizes, at Jo. McTeer'?. The finest French Worsted Coats and Vests at Jo. McTeer's, , If you want a nlcs or iheap Summer Undershirt go to Jo. McTeer. The largest line of Fancy Half Hose In the Mtate at Jo. McTeer's. Jo. McTeer has the Itcst Mhirts made. Line r White Cianxe I'ndershirts, 50c, J4c, SU.OO, S1.SJ3 and Sl.OO a pair at Jo. McTeer's. Jo. McTeor Una )us received a beautiful tin ) of neck wear. Don't full to see J a McTeer's line of Suspenders. , Jo. McTeer has the largest and most complete line of Clothing ever offered to the trade la Knoxville. jo. McTeer will sell Clothing cheaper than any omer nou-:e. If rou want to tee a fine line of Neck Wear go w jo. ic leer . Jo. McTeer sells the best Linen .Collars made, also the best Cuffs. Jo, McTeer sells the best; CLOTHING made, and allow pilces. JO.;.TiTeer, to HEltl'HASTl, will sell Clothing- CIIEAPKK than they can loy East. If yon want nice FANCY and PLAIN HALF HOhh go to Jo. McTeer. ' XMliilllt Centennial and Exposition, Tickets to Xashrtlle and return wl 1 be sold at the following special rates, on occasion of the Centea niai celebration, on Mar 15th, 18th. 17th, 18lh. 1 th and 20th, Inclusive, good to return until Maj Bum: From stations Bristol to Eogerevllle Juae- tkm, Inelnilve, .... White-burn and Kusse'lvllle, . Bta-Ions Morrlstown Branch. . '. , Morrtstown to Loudon, lncluolYe, ... Philadelphia and Hweetwater, . . Mouse Croek ad Athens, . . , ltlcevlile. CtiarlfHtdii. chAfflii... . J12 01) 11 00 11 00 ! 10 00 00 8 00 Cleveland, Ool ewah, Tjner'a, State Line, - 7 60 ni urn B. , 7 00 majl3..7t JAMES K. OGDEN. 1 he Voltaic Belt C- Marshall. Jf Irh- WU1 tend their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belt to the atmetcd upon 30 dare trial. ' Speed? cures ruar inieea, They tceau what they tar. Write to them wlthoB-eelaj. . deeSOdAwlj Business Change. The firm of Bell ft Bell, Ltvermen, having beea dissolved, I will settle all outstanding account against the old dim. All parties owing Bell A Bell will plows call at an early day and i ttli and save eosu. imarMVl) v . wm. n. bull. ICE ( IIKAKI ICE CKEAMM Peter Kern's Maloon Open for the Sea son. :.!.' Ladles and gentlemen can now refresh them selves at a j time by calling- at THE 1IAXU. fetOXEHT ICE CRKAX MA LOO In the uourh, with lee f ream not te be excelled anywhere. ft'AMll.lEH.PH'XM'Mand SOCIAL can be supplied at short notice y the quart or gallon at reasonable rates. Kcmember, It Is headquarter for the hest Cream in the city. '. Kohlhase - Keept ths Milwaukee Sotted Lager Bear. , . . , IIEAItrARTERW FOB MEATS) . Metier A Kelgler, West Wlae Market Mqnare. ... We have sow the Latest Improved lee Box for pnMivlnr Mea; fresh, nod will alwan keep on hand THE VERT FINEMT FHEHU MEAT, as we 1 us a full supply of tbe best t Hams. Breakfast Mseon. Waasag-e. and id feet everthing In tbe mwd line. We guarauUs our eustoinsn satlafactlon and aaonahle prices. PRIffillG Lowest i: Prices I -"l J'S : , r i in . , , DONT GIVE OT7T YOtfR WORK UNTIL TOO ABCJSKTAIN OUB UATSU, o , . vramage & co.; OrPOSiTJi C0WA, MclLHSG & 10. H. W. CURTIS, WATCHES, JEWELRY " ' ;' Ann w -' .il .'.' 1 SILVERWARE. New and Handsome; Designs. - - .,'. . . . . . Watch and Jewelry Repairing ;'' "'f .a specialty, 'y ' . - i v r SMITH'S OLD STAND, . , - TENNESSEE. Will be Opened June:., 1880. hattieIouse. It is Located In the Exact Business Center of : KNOXVILLE, TENN. One Square, from the Post Office. Cus tom lloone. Hanks, and In the Im mediate vicinity of all the l'rln elpal Wholesale and Ketall Stores. NEW THROUGHOUT. FUKMTUKK,&C., KLECTEIO ANNUNCIATOR. OAS, WIDt HALLS, , AND i , .. . - . THK VENTILATION IS A No. 1,' AND NO MISTAKR. ' J- The Tables supplied with the best the market affords. - Choice fiample Rooms for Commercial Travel erson Urst floor, If desired. Special rates to Merchants and Commercial Travelers. Porters always at the trains. Omnibus Free. J. C. FLANDERS, rnaylfclly ' ' Proprietor. WM. CASWELL & CO., Manufacturers and Sealers in an kinds of Cabmel& Upholstered Furniture Our new Factory is supplied wun tne latest pertected Ma chinery, all being made in 1878-9, and hence we have un surpassed facilities for man ufacturing Furniture of the Latest Styles. Call and see us and you will find that we lead in styles and prices, and will duplicate any Eastern prices, and thus save the freight. C a Hand see us. WM. CASWELL & CO., Cornorof Gay and Church Streets, Knoxville, Tennessee. THE REAHOX Thatw e ran sell Saddles and Harness rheaaer than any other house s 1st, We watch ear expenses. Snd, We sell for CASH. 8rd, Mo aeeoants to lose. Coma and Mee. MILLER A HOLLIKttMWOBTH. prlfcU - ' ' The JKlertrle Light, If Prof. Edison's electric light to going to super- sedethsmeot gas,e are gludof it Gai la tbe bane of our national existence. When hoarse with too much speaking, lake Hall's Balaun. It Is especially adapted to congredRmen. ministers and the rest of mankind. Geo. W. Allien). Wholesale Agent, Knomile, Tenn. 1 Vttumr Rltter'a la IIadquai4eta for fine Cigars, Tobacco, Meer schaum sad . other Pipes, and Biualcer's Articles, at 00 Clay sttroeX the Old Und. ' ' 'er Hale. ' ' HMsft Borue and tot, on Crazier street. In mr of ths First Presbyterian ehnreh. Apply to 1 Jaoaitiatmos. - 1 - A. a, PBOflBHt. , ; First or the Measea. Cell at Peter Kern's. Market Buuare. tor a sparkling drink of Soda Water, from his' nee Arctic Fountain, the finest one ever reen Inltbls dty. Bs bas alas on draught Mm leading ailnera aatan, JCxoslslor. XlMeoaaa, aMUer. Vlokn and Tats Hprlug; and Boot Bser and Ginger Ale, ths great tern rai and heaUhrlrlng bs?ragM. , CD S o P i CD i . i $Fi ,-;.Z..B. 1 . IOCDEIM 3 BROTHERO, Booksellers land Stationers, Printers and Binder, ! icnoxville,; .; -,; ..xjenneisb:ei.;. i..7,., Invite ttentloii to their Large Stock of ' "4 v ; ' ' . . .-, i::rjLv,.. old pBioEs. ; 'I.,",? ' . auo, to ; ::::riV. ' '; CROQUET, BASE BALL BATTS, &o Vf K KKKP AS COMPLETE ' A STOCK OP '"In in i COFFIN, WILSON & CO., wmm Corner Gay and Kss the STAPLE AND FANCY G R 0 C EAST TENNESSEE, i AID.. 1 i ? .. ALLOW NO ONE TO UNDEBSELL THEIL OIB Hazard Rifle and w. Grain E. MOUNTCASTLE, ; WHOLESALE -::tl , , and Produce COMMISSION MERCHANT. 15 Broad and IS Forsyth Streets, '"' W. Q. McGAUGHEY, Manager Commission Department. LIBKRAL ApVANCBS MAOJ ON CONSIQNMKNTS. Kefersncs : Adair A Bro W. M. A R. i, Lowir. THE SILK DEPARTMENT OF THE NEW ORLEANS STORE IS COMPLETE IN THuJL00LiJi0Stf n,TTlmrnlnr Silks at a ss, w, M oente aad up. ' preis Bilks, good .subsfanilal qualltT, t tl.OO. fi.lo and 81. 2i. no' tde of Cashmere Silk at ii.ts, i.7, s.00 and up. 8aUn de Lyons at S2.oo.l2.SO and (1,08. , , Pek n Stripe Trimming Blllu.blaek aud colored, at SI 99. ' . tnolcs nsw styles In Brfcade Silks and Batjis In Palmleaf, Polka Dot, Tsar Prop. Bosebad, ste. MOURNING GOODS In tul Una our stoek Is unsurpaiwed. ' We CK1PF, MUKNIKS, MILIANeaB, HKItTTi, KUKBAZINE. ' AUHTKALIAN ' ' ' A full and BLACK ALL WOOL CASHMERES, ! ' At .', w, , so, ss, M, 7f , o, S5, 10 cents aad up. BLACK ALPACAS AT KID GLOVES.?, The nsw and beatif ul Faster Glove, without button. Try I Trefoussfi( Black, t buttons, at Fra nu wn te, 4 Duttooa, at. ,,,., Button Black, at .r.!Z!.....T nuiion upera, at .... a . -ui.LL.Ml, TT I,,, M1m' 1 and l-Button, at... - ALL KID VIctor'Bufto5' Men's i-Buttoa. WhHOlaandci.l."'"" ...-- if roreaenpairor proper "lie that tears or rlpa the nrt time put oa, another pair will a substituted. Under an; eirrumtnrir olovee will not b exchanged that ihow tlgnt of bartu been worn, ent or torn by rings, and no CHorea will bj given unlew the damaged palrbe roamied. No Olo-resi ISxobnnatAd after belnar Tried On., Ws have, la elegant arlty,'t)ie sttltoh Laoe, Lisle and Silk Mlt . ' Tidies ran d so better Is bnylng OIotm than to order from a, we can fnmltli rry color, abads and tasltloa, Me kaaat ouUldi of New fork City Amp a better Una than ws do. fry m. - . ."T-'ir: -jrcl zzi. wji'-V J7'-; """TV""""?!"?" -BUNTINGSj BUNTINGS! I BUNTINGS! ! I Jost ssedvei m lias ef BimUngt whleh wssHtr at lowest Igarw. D. B. LOVEMAN & CO. STATIONER Y ANT H0 IN TBI cm. :.U.K GlWCElfS Reservoir Streets Larfest Stock of fill 1 r. I 1 a t ri 4 S E R I ES XIPX IN AGBNT3 FOB Blasting Powder AND a.C0NSIQMEmi8 SOLICITED ALL ITS DETAILS. have a full line of CRAPI VEILS, BUKITZ. TAiFFETAErW,', . ' CAMJX'S HAOI, DA At O'VTM. CRAPE, elegant line o : i ' ' 20 0ENIS AND Up. them. At.. .4t af m i a . 1 m ... 1 M .. 1 7S 2 M - i at .. st. .. 1 si .. 1 St ...,..;....,. 7e'.'iii3 l oi 1 so Dealer GLOVES WARRANTED. i'i epraa.itr