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THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880.
Its dry weather we want now.
Turnip seed at John Hadlburg'q.
The county election is two weeka
"I wouldn't have a pair of Gossett,
Ford & Bro.'s $l.UU Bnoea."
Watermelons of the homade order
urgtn to De quit8 nientirul in our
Cider Mills at W. W. Woodruff &
T. . ... t . . I
r o r ail of narllltt nnH n I v cs r innaau I
santly throughout yesterday, but the Nourney he BeeDQ3 jubilant over his heaves a family."
usual storm was nou est.
A telephone line has been estab
lished connectinc Chattanooga with
the top of Lookout mountain.
Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs,
at W. VV. Woodruff's & Co,
Such weather as that of yesterday is
calculated to rather dampen the ardor
of those who are anxious to get out to
the mountains and pleasure retorts.
Frederick Paulding, the talented
young actor I who visited Knoxville
l&c-i fceatton, hits been added to the
Madieon Square Theatre company,
fur the next season.
Fly FaDS ! Fly Fans ! 1 Four differ-
en ftind, at VV. VV. WoodruH & Uo.'s
The Barnesville, Ga., man who wa'
"fleeced" of 125 on the steamer
Murry, at the (Jhatlauooga wharf Bun-
dy night, afterwards attempted sui
cide by jumping overboard.
The pay train came down yesterday
foilowiug the doou traiu, wiLh Messrs.
Rogan and Campbell, who had been
payiug off tha employes of the E T.,
V. & G. railroad on ihe upper division
Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery at
W. W. Woodruff & Co.'s.
The colored Odd Fellows Banner
Linage go to-tiny on a grand picnic
excursion to Everett's cove, near
Maryville, and on their return will
wind up with a festival at their lodge
Mr. John T. Ambrose has been rue- J
niug a trip or two as postal agent
on tbe Knoxville and Onio line fur
Capt. J. VV. Ault, win waB sum
moned to attend circuit court at JaeKs-
baro, whiou was lu session this week.
Up to this time there has been an
enrollment of 103 at the Knox county
normal scnooi, wmcn is in progress
on tbe third week, at the Uuiverdity
buildings. ThH is a very resoeciabie
showing, and good work is beiug ac
As will be seen by an announcement
eidewhere, a new member, Mr. A. H.
Love, recently with Cummin' music
emporium, has use a admitted into ths
firm of Smith &Pricj, of the popular
"Temple or muic-' Tne nrm name
is changed to Bmitb, Price & Love
Women are never coutented until
they hae found a use for everything
They are happy now because they
have discovered that an cid silk-hat
can be made, into a work-basket. The
crown is embroidered, the brim and
liniog covered with fluted material,
and loops aud pockets are set inside,
as in auy wcrk basket,
AmoDg tbe express packages which
were beiug Bhipped on yesterday even
ing's traiu, we noticed a crate of very
fine aud luscious peaches, labeled :
"The young ladies aud widows of Tate
Spring." It was the contribution ot
a popular merchant of our city, who,
it is unnecessary to eay, has ''been
there." The fruit will, no doubt, be
devoured with much enjoyment.
From Dr. S. Hunter,
Baltimoke, Md. Colden's
LIEBIG'S LIQUID EXTRACT OF
BEEF, I take pleasure in recommend
ing, always produces good blood,
health and strength. Sold by San
ord, Chamberlain & Albere, and Hun
er & Co., Knoxville.
A. D. Dunbar's.
Combs, Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, Na 1 Brushes, Bath
Brushes, Dressing Cases, Cologne Sets,
Hand Mirrors, etc., at Lyons & Mc
Misses' Corsets, at A. D. Dunbar's.
The latest novelties in Perfumes,
Toilet Powders and Toilet goods gen
erally, at Lyons & McCampbell's.
Human Hair Switches, at Dunbar's.
Madame Moody's Abdominal Cor
sets, large eizss, at Dunbar'?.
Indestructible Hip Cossets, at A. D.
Don't hesitate, if your Kidneys trou
ble you, for Day's Kidney Pad wil
Dr. Warner's Nursing Corset?, at
Dr. Warner's Health Corsets, 1.25
Protect your property, your wives
and children by haviDg Chambers'
Lightning Rods and Patent Insulators
placed upon your buildings.
Shea & Donahoe, Agts.
Insure your buildings against light
ning by placing Chambers's Patent
Insulated Rods upon them.
6he & Donahoe, Agts.
It is impossible for electricity to
strike or in anyway irjure a building
protected by Chambers'. Patent Insu
lator. Bhea & Donahoe, Agts.
Madame Foy Corsets, at Dunbar's.
Buggy,'; Farniture, for sale,
cheap, &t private sale. One New
Buggy, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables,
Wardrobes, Chairs.Carpets, Mattresses,
Tin Bafes, &e. Must be sold to close
consignment. E. A. Akers, Auc'r.
Change of Firm.
The firm name of Smith & Price is
changed this day to Smith, Price &
Love, Mr. A. H. Love beicg admitted
a partner in full.
Smith, Price & Love.
July 21at, 18S0.
Booth Bend Chilled Plows are the
best plows made. George Brown Is
the General Agent for thena.
Interview with Jndse Hawkins
and Col. Edwards.
Soon after their' arrival yeaterday a
Chronicle reporter called upon
Judge Hawkins and Col. R. M. Ed
wards at their respective hotels, in
order to gather information respecting
their canvass for the governorship.
both past and prospective, and to
learn something or the views, pros
pects, etc., of each. The Judge had
only got fairly seated in the neat
rooms of the Hattia House upon the
intrusion of the reporter, and
nuuvuhu w rv umv l tai ICU I1U LU U13
prospects and Btretches out bis hand
with good old-fashioned courtesy to
all callers. The Judge is a man of
about 55 years of age, above the aver
age weight, of easy, cordial yet dignl
fled presence. In common speech he
is what would be called a
plain man without any false
pretensions, or any desire to pander
to anybody's wishes for the sake of
popularity. He impresses one with
the idea of unflinching honesty and
determined devotion to principle
'Have a cigar," be said, banding
down a case from the mantle.
Reporter "Thanks, judge, 1 never
smoke. I want to inquire foi the
Chronicle about the canvass and
what baa been done."
Judge Hawkins " Well, I have been
making a canvass of some of the west
ern counties; have made speeches at
Purdy, Savannah, Waynesborough,
Clifton, Decaturville and Lexington
and other places."
Rep. "What is the prospect for re
publican votes as compared with past
Judge Hawkins "Oh, very much
improved. A9ide from the chances of
division amorjg the democrats, I think
the chances of republican success are
extremely good, decidedly better than
for some time, but we can not predict
Rep. "What are jour plans after
eiliutr the appointments for East
Judge H. "Well, after speaking at
Jackeboro, Huntsville, Sevitrville,
Maryville and the other places that
Col. Gibson has arranged for, I think
I shall go back to West Tennessee, as
I believe more good can be done there
The people of East Tennessee are all
right anyhow, but in West Tennessee
I am informed there are many voters
who never heard a republican speech,
and I want to scatter seeds of political
truth, where they are most needed."
After some conversation about the
roads, manner of conveyance, etc , be
tween the different places to be visited,
the Chronicle youth took his leave
and steered for the Lamar House,
where Col. R. M. Edwards, tbe green
back candidate, is stopping. Tbe colo
oel was just ei joying his after-dinner
cigar. At such lime?, if. ever, men
are supposed to be good-natured and
communicative. Not so, however,
with the gallant Colonel. Whether it
was from the gloomy inclemency of
the weather, the character of his vis
itor, or from his own natural glumnessi
themanof unlimited greenbacks (in his
mind) appeared quite crusty when the
Chronicle s card was sent in. ' I
don't believe in this interviewing
business," he said in response to our
"I shall express my views at tbe
opera-house to-night. If you wish
anything further I will furni&h
you my Brownsville speech for publi
cation." Rep ' Excuse us. How do yoa con
sider your chances in the coming con-
"I consider them good. Batter than
those of any other- candidate. I ex-
nect nothing, however, from East
The Colonel is especially hard
on railroads and uses his strongest
language in condemning their man
agement. In regard to the democratic
convention, he expressed his convic
tion that a majority of the delegates
would be state credit men, and inti
mated that Gen. Campbell would
probably be the nominee, although a
possible turn of the machine might
put Marks in.
Col. Edwards is a man of perhaps
sixty, tall, slim, and wiry; his gray
hair clipped close to his head ana a
general energetic, revengeful air. He
chews the stump of his cigar as if he
had a bondholder between his teeth,
or a railroad magnate, and wished to
crush every bit of of Fife ou8 of them.
Jndse Hawkins Serenaded.
Yesterday afternoon the colored
brass band, Tom Prince leader, ten
dered a serenade 1 1 Judge Alvin Haw
kinp, republican candidate for gover
nor, at his hotel, the Hattie House
Judge Hawkins appeared, in response,
and acknowledged the sereuada in
few appropriate and happily hos?n
Tragedy in Hancock.
The Tazewell correspondent of tbe
Morristown Gazette writes as follows:
The eldest eon of Hugh Parkey, of
Hancock county, was killed this week
by a Mr. Ead. Young Parkey, says
report, was intoxicated, and had been
outting at Eades' children with a
whip. Sharp words followed, yet the
parties were reconciled. In a little
while Parkey cut a negro, in the em
ploy of Eades, with his whip. The
latter defended tbe negro boy, which
stirred up more bad blood. Eades
"made at" Parkey when the latter
thrust his hand in his pocket as if to
draw a weapon. Eades seizsd an axe
and knocked him in the bead. He
dropped like a beef. The attending
physician said Parkey would have
died instantly but for the whisky he
had drank. He lived 18 hours or more.
Eades walked hurriedly to his stable,
saddled bis horse, spoke to his wife,
and left for other parts. Eades and
Parkey were cousins and good friends,
go much for Whisky !.'
A DOUBLY FATAL FIGHT.
B. F. Roach and John BIbee Each
Meet With Instant Death
In a Fight With Pistols at Jacks-
boro Tuesday Night.
A friend writing us from Jackeboro,
Campbell county, says
UA difHcuIty occurred here Tuesday
night between B. F. Roach and John
VV. Bibee, in which both were killed
aeaa instantly. The parties had a
difficulty aud first fight some days ago,
but were parted. Tuesday night they
met, as some think, by appointment,
and fought with pistols. Bibee
was shot through the neck, and Roach
through the breast. Bibee was a
young man, Roach was married, and
John Bibee was well known to many
Knoxvillians, having been for some
time a student at the university. He
is of a good family, his father being a
nrominent citizen of Jackeboro. At
school John was highly esteemed, and
conducted himself in such a manner
as to make many warm friends, not
oaly among the students, bat other
you ei cr naoola of the city, who will
hear of his tragic end with feelings of
profound sadness. Of the other man
we know nothing.
It was trulv a sad and lamentable
tragedy. Both evidently went at it
meanine business, and their efforts
were attended with remarkably fatal
results. We have heard from another
source that the difficulty first grew
out of some dispute on the question of i
the approaching election for sheriff in
Campbell county, over which there
has been such a muddle for some
Perry Davis Pain-Killer is an
excellent regulator of the stomach
and bowels, and should always be
kept on hand, especially at this sea
son of the year, when 83 many sqffer
from bowej complaints. There is
nothing so quick to relieve in attacks
of cholera. Sold at only 25 cents a
bottle by druggists generally.
Chattanoosa's Bluster and mis
Tbe Chattanooga Times, in a labored
eflort to draw what it terms "a com-
parison" between Knoxville and Chats
tanooga, with regard to the population
and increase of the two places, as
shown by tbe census returns, indulges
in the usual Chattanooga brag and
bluster, with a liberal spicing of pre
varication of the truth. The
Times scribbler is an ex-Knoxvillian,
not long from here, and no one knows
better than be the situation and loca
tion of our city, but he eeems to have
thoroughly graduated iu the art of
misrepresentation and blunter which
is second nature to a Chattanoogan,
notwithstanding his brief residence in
He writes us down as including
two county dietricis with four villages
in a radiU9 of three miles in the com
putation of our population, which
foots up 13 828. Thid be knows to be a
perversion 'Ot me races. row,
unlike Chattanooga, our corporate
limits do not take in all the city by a
good deal. It is well known to the
Times scribbler that Mechanicsville,
West End aud other places, generally
recognized as suburbs, although out
side the corporate limits, are really in
cluded in Knoxville proper, and tbe
imaginary line is the only separation.
Hence they are rightfully included in
our calculation of population. They
f vre in no sent e separate suburban vil
lages, as the Times represents, r;nor are
the two county districts considered in
Thus, instead of 17 per cent, increase
over cur population of 1870, which was
8.682, as the Times figures it, Knox
ville's increase has been a frac
tion over 60 per cent. Now,
we are free to admit that Chatta
nooga's increase in the same leDgth of
time, from 6.093 inhabitaats to 12 938
now, shows a much larger per cent
We will even admit that, continuing
at the same ratio, she will, in all
probability, eclipse us in another
decade, .for it is not our
province or purpcee to mis
represent and traduce the
place, as has always been the conduct
of Chattanooga journalists towards
In his desperate straits to swell
Chattanooga's figures above Knox
ville, the Chattanooga scribbler goes
two miles in tho country, according to
bis own statement, and tacks on the
village of Summeitown, to make tbe
population appear to foot up 14,438.
Thit'a entirely too thin, however,
Phyeiciana all admit that Quinine
only effects temporary suspension of
the attacks of Fever and Ague, pre
ceded unless by a reliable anti-biiious
Tbe testimony of thousands estab
Iishes beyoud a doubt, that Dr. Tutt'a
Liver Fills, followed by Quinine, is a
Dermanent cure for Chills and Fever
and ail Biiiouu diseases.
Thlrrt Ward Ciarlleld and Arthur
A rousiDx republican meeting was
held last uight in the Third ward, and
a Girfield aod Arthur club was organ
ized, with Andrew Kidd president;
Andrew Sharp secretary; J. W. Hut
son assistant secretary. Speeches
were made by E. B Shields, J. W.
Hutaoii and others. The meeting was
an enthusiastic and harmonious one.
Every third ward voter present joined
the club, and they will come up in a
solid phalanx to assist in the election
of Gossett and Swan two weeks from
"Future Happiness." Ailthoeewho
have the future happiness of children
:t stake, should know that Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup contains nothing injuri
. Cold" Cream, Camphor Ice, Lip Salve,
etc., at Lyons& McCampbell's.
By Jndffo Hawkins, Republican
Candidate Tor ttorernor.
Judge Alvin Hawkins, the Repub
lican candidate for governor of the
state of Tennessee, will address the
citizens of East Tennessee on the
issues of the state campaign at the fol
lowing times and places:
Jack6boro, Friday, July 23.
Huntsville, Monday, July, 26.
Kingston, Wednesday, July 28.
Loudon, Thursday, July 29.
Beviervilie, Baturday, July 21.
Maryville, Monday, August 2.
Dr. D T. Boynton and family, MUs
Lillie Sawyers and Mr. I. Noa, of the
New Orleans store, returned yeaterday
from Tate Spring
Rev. Df. Thomas Duncan, rector of
St. John's Episcopal church, left last
night to take a summer vacation visit
ing among friends in Maryland.
Hon. John Baxter, Mr. Lewis T.
Baxter, of Nashville, and his sister
Mr?. E. P. Bailey, of New York, who
has been In Knoxville a few day?, and
Mr. W. E. Gibbius and family left on
yesterday evening's train for Tate
Dr. A. B. Tadlock left yesterday
evening to spend a few days at Cold
Spring, N. C, and in tbe uppercoun-
ties of East Tennessee.
Hon. S. A. Rod gars, of Loudon,
came upon yesterday evening's train.
Mr. Cha?. O. Ward, who has been
spending some time at Loudon, came
up yesterday evening and is registered
at the Hattie house.
Mr. Luther Howell, of the Crouch
band, came over from Montvale
Springs, yesterday, spent a few hours
and returned in the afternoon. He
reports a very pleasant party there.
A prominent merchaut of Holly
Springs, Miss., writes under date of
Nov. 19, 1877 : "Tuti's Pil!8 are doing
mighty wonders in this state, aud are
becoming mre popular every day.
Their sale exceeds that of every other
pill combined. They are peculiarly
adapted to malarial diseases, and all
our physicians prescribe tbem in their
practice." I. H. Athey.
There will be a match game cf base
ball between tbe Condons and a strong
picked nine on tbe college hill grcuuds
this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
As yet, the Condons have received
no challenge from the R?ds, of Chat
tanooga, but they are looking for it
every day. It' is possible that the
game .may be putofTuu'il sometime
A woman's beauty is never lost
8o long as her sweet smile remains
So long as gleam her teeth like fro?t,
And her soft lip the ruby stain?;
And SOZODONT, with magic power,
Bestows ou her tb.ii pricaless dower.
Casper Weitzel, Officer No. lO,
Lancaster, Pa., having been a great
sufferer for years' with Kiduey disease,
requests us to say that after using
Day's Kidney Pad 25 days he feels
belter than he has before in fifteen
Diabetes. A Sure Cure. To this
distressing complatnt, thousands fall
victims. It requires no description.
Those who suffer from it know tbe
symptoms perfectly. The unfailing
cure for it is HUNT'S REMEDY, the
Great Kidney and Liver Medicine.
This great medicine (which is the only
known remedy for Bright's Disease)
has cured more Diabetes than any and
all other medicines put together. If
afflicted by Kidney, Liver, Bladder, or
Urinary Diseases, try HUNT'S REM
Sold by all Druggists. Trial size,
75 cents. ,
It is not nkcessaby to keep on
taking this medicine continually, using
a syringe, or dosing. day and night for
monthB at a time; the bowels are re
stored to regularity, the digestion
strengthened, the blood purified, the
bad breath made sweet by a short sys
tematic use of Simmons Liver Regu
lator, it leaves the system in a healthy
condition after its use, which saves the
patient from continual dosing.
"I was cured by Simmons Liver
Regulator, having applied for the med
icine while in a most wretched condi
tion some two montbs ago, and now
am so changed a man that I am a subt
ject for congratulation by my family.
"87ih and Lancaster Ave., Phiia."
A Down-towJIfrn chant.
Having passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of a suffering child, and
becoming co iTinced that Mrs. WInslow's Soothing
Syrup was just the a tide needed, p o ured a supply
for the child. On reaching home and acq-alnting
his wife with what he had done, she refused to hare
it administered to the child, as she was strongly in
faror of homoeopathy. That night t'r.e child passed
in suffering, and the parents without sleep. Return
ing home the d y following, the father found the
baby till wor e ; and, while contemplating ano her
sleepless night, the mother stepped from the room
to attend to some domestic duties, and left the
father with the child. During her absence he ad
ministered a portion of the Soothing Syrup to the
baby, and f aid net 1 g. That night all hands slept
well, and the little fellow awoke in the morning
bright and happy. The mother was delighted with
the sudden and wonderful change, and, although at
first offended at tha deception practiced upon her,
has continued to use the Sy upi and suffering, cry
ing bab es and restless nights have disappeared.
A single trial of the Syr- P never yet failed to relieve
the baby, and overcome the preludices of the
mother. Sold by all druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
Sterling Jones Declines to Breomt a
To Messrs. Richard Warrick, Sandy Baxter, Henry
Mason and others:
CGentlemen: On seeing, your call In yesterday's
Chronicle u on me to become a candidate for
Constable for the fi st district of Knox coanty I was
highly gratified to find that so large a number of
my fellow-citizens reposed such a degree of confi
dence in me. And were all things else out of the
way I would cordially comply with your wishes, but
having long b fore the date of your call agreed to
support Jno. B. Manson for the office, and he hav
ing s nee been nominated. I am n honor bound to
d9Clln the candidacy for Constable.
DON"! GIVE OUT YOUR WORK UNTIL YtU"
ASUiiltlAia JKIU. JULIAS.
RAM AGE & CO.,
OFF0 ITfc COWAN, MclMJXG & CO.
H. W. CURTIS,
New and Handsome Designs.
"wVtch and Jewelry Repairing
SMITH'S OLD STAND,
KMOXVIL.1.E. - TENNESSEE.
If you want a good cigar or a pleca of Good
Chewing Tobacco call on Jimmle Ashe, corner of
Gay and Eeservoir strait. Tl!20dtf
Te rlose our stork of 5pris and
Snmmer Cfothins, we wilt sell goods
for 30 days eliesper than ever.
JOS. T. McTEKB.
For SO 1.V1l"! we will ell nothing
at prices that will surprise e ery one
JOS. T. McTF.F.R.
To make room for Winter oods, we
will s?Si Knmmer 'lot hint for HO .lays
at low. VER V low prices.
.IO. T. JtcTEER.
810,01K worth of Hummer Clothing
to be sold for 30 daj at prie s lews
than the goods can he made at.
JOS. T. 31 el F. Kit.
A eomraodlous Brick Dwelling.
Tl24d W. A. HENDKKsotf.
COAL CREEK iOl P COAL.
OfGca Clinch street, opposite Custom House.
Ii. K. McCrosikt,
vldtf. GeneraI Agent.
HEADQUARTERS FOR 31 EATS
Metier Oc Zclsrler, West Sid Market
W have now the Latest ImproTed lee
Box forprese vin? Meat fresh, and will always
keep on hands THE VERY FIXEST
FRESH HEAT, as w 1 os a full supply of
the best of Hams, Breakfast Bacon,
Sausage, and In fact everthing in the meat
line. TT guarantee ear customers satisfaction, and
Ho. for the Springs !
J. C. McLain will run a daily line of Hacks,
with cushioned seats and backs, during the sea
son, from Knoxville to Oliver's and Henderson's
Springs, and other summer resorts. For rates of
fare, enquire at McLain's stable, on Trinco
street, btweea Market Squars aal Custom
Aolng to the Springs.
Families and Individuals going to the Springs or
to the country, ar d wishing the most comfortable
Hacks from Knoxville, should call 9:1
Vll6d2ra G. M. EAR RILL.
ICE CREASS! ICE CREAM!!
Peter Kern's Saloon Open for the Sea
son. Ladies and gentlemen can now refresh them
selves at a y time by calling at THE HAN D
SOMEST ICE CREAM SALOON in the
South, with Ice Cream not to be excelled
FAMILIES, PICXICS and SOCIALS
can be supplied at short notice by the quart or
gallon at reasonable rates. Remember, it is
headquarters for the best Cream In
Keeps tie Milwaukee" Bott:ed Lager Beer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mleh
Will send their celebrated Eectro-Voltaie Belt to
the afflletad upon 30 days trial. Speedy cores guar
anteed. They mean what they say. Write to tSem
First of the Season.
Call at Peter Kern's, Market Square, for a
sparkling drink ot Soda Water, from his new
Arctic Fountain, the finest one eer een in this
eity. He has also on draught the leading mlnera
waters, Excelsior, KLsengen, Seltzer, Vichey and
Tate Spring; and Boot Beer and Ginger Ale, the
great temperance and health-giving beverage.
To all who are suffering from the errotf and
Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will sand a ledpe
that will cure yoa. FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary In South
America. Send a sell-addressed envelope to tha
f it. Josxfh T. mux, Station DXew York lUr.
Printers and Binders,
KNOXVILLi:, - - TENNE8SEK.
Invito attention to their Larg-o Stock of
AT OLD PRICKS.
W E KEEP AS COMPILE Jfj Q
COFFIN, WILSON & CO.,
W H 0T, H S A I ,
Corner Gay and
Eep the Largeit Stoct of
STAPLE AND FANCY
td a n "o
ALLOW NO ONE TO
SOLE AGENTS FOS
Hazard Hi He and
110 MORE OLD STYLE LI
Tha abore cut represents a New Invention patented bv Jus. C. Chambers, Newport, Ky., in lTT
and 1880, for protecting buildings from lighliiing. This method does not attract a stroke of light
ning to th building, but beln.; electrically insolated by a patented large glass Insolator. i oth from
the building and the earth, repels or prevents the stroke. It ha stood the test w ithout a
single aeeident for the pant three years, it ts so constructed that It can be put up pUli
and very cheap or it can b nut up as a cresting, making a nice ornament to anv building as well &
protection. Fr full particulars send for pamphlets at the office of
nil K A A IOXAllOK. Agents, Gay Street, Knexrllle. Tea.
Best f references given and numerous testimonials from scientillc men indorsing the t!. ry.
THE PlEi ORLEANS STORE
DETERMINED TO CLOSE!
ARE GOING HOME
ARE IN EARNEST,
Have no use for Goods
Wehavt dene you good by selling you Dry Goods
yourselves, a goud turn by assisting
This is an Advertisement!
Don't Believe It, but Come and See 1
Best Knitting Cotton 7c
Best Spool Silks . 8c
Best Spool Twist, .'.2c
Besti Skirt Brades,.. 4c and 6c
Best Zephyrs at 8 Cents.
Z phyrs were selling in Knoxville when we movodhere at 20 cents : we reduced them to X0 eentt ;
now, tor the last time, you can get them at 8c.
Our A. 1 &1.00
Lace Fichus, of Larguedoc Lace, at , 25c
Laces, Valenciennes, ilA to
Big lot of Ribbons to elose out !
Bifi lot of Corsets to close out !
Ladies' White Underwear to close out !
Lonsdale Domestic, yard wide
Sea Island " -Sea
Island " X '
Calicovs, good styles, no tranh.
t asi uoior wiwiis
Do not throw this chance away. Stores with such stocks of goods as ours do not move
sail out every day. "
D. B. LOVEM A W CO.
BAIX BATS, &o
$ ER Y AS ANT HOUBE
IN THE CITY.
K (t Hfll R HS
G Hill I II G RODS HEEDED.
RATHER SELL OUT
AT HALF PRICE
THAN MOVE THHM.
ehaip for two years. Now c'o nj, as well a
us to sell out ear stock of goods.
Given Away !
Mfg. Ivory Drew Buttons, I ie
Kite Gilt and sliver Buttons, 1
Best White Teail Dress Button, Urge slie, We
Gloves Down to
Lnce Top Lisle Gloves...,
4 inches wide, at 2 to 5c.
Big lit of Summer and Winter Knit Underwear
to close out !
Big lot of Hosiery to close out I
I DRESS G00QS.
DO YOU want a Summer press?
DO YOU want a Winter Djrss?
no YOH want a Bl ck Cashmere Drese?
DO YOU want a Colored Cathmere Dress?
DO Y U waut a Black Silk Dress?
DO YOU want a colored Silk Dress?