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In THE CITIZEN.
FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR S
Not exceeding three Unci,
Que Time, 86 cent.. Three Time. SO rata,
81 Time 75 eeota.
VOLUME V. NO. 304.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OP SEASON
ABLE GOODS IN THE ABOVE DE
PARTMENT AT PRIME COST. TO
MAKE A CHANGE.
FIRST-CLASS GOODS I RARE CHANCE !
GREAT BARGAINS ! CALL EARLY t
BON M ARCH E.
FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY I
IN CITY LOTS.
By order of the owner I put tQ .alcon three
year.' time, ualjr a email inoul off cash
So Lots on Catholic Hill,
ft4eadl- mountain view, only S miuule
fnm tnc cuart bouk, at irom
S75 to Siso Each,
Accord Inn to .lie and location. Worth douhle
nd theec time, the money. Liberal advance
made to Improve the lot..
FOB BALH a, 3 aud 4 roiHn house., well
tinllt, with lire place., on lame hlll.aproimty
at dgure. and term, to .alt the jiurehaaer.
Splendid opportunity for people of moderate
eaean. to mcir or to build a coialortabk
POM ALB OH TO KRNT 3 larve tene
ment hwiKi, 12 and H room.rc.pccuvvly.oo
Ka.le .treet. Well adapted for cheap hotel
or boarding honara.
Moat liberal urm. (ranted. Plan, and full
iiartiealar. with j. M. CAMPHKI.l..
janv d3ia Keal Batata Dealer.
FAMILY GROCERIES ANO PROVISIONS
Aaent for Keen). Creek Woolen Mill.
North Mala A.hevllle. N. C
FIltB. LIFK. A. VI DENT.
PULLIAM & CO.
At the Rank of A.hevUle.
ASHBVILt.lt, N. C.
Meprearat the suUuwIn com panic., vis. i
ma. ca.h Mirr. in r .
AnHlo Nevada, of California a.T.N33
Contlnratal, of New Vnrd 4.H7n.a.:i
Hambara-BreaiM.of Oe any I, iau.no
. London Ann ranee, of BaRland l.tua.uMt
Niagara, of New York a.a.17.4.U
Orient, of Hartford .... I.MltT.MMJ
Phunli, of Brooklyn 6,On,17l
at. raal Fir. and Marine, of Mia-
outaera, of New Orleans r..na
Weatera. of Toronto l.oaB.iiail
Mntaal Actident AnoriatJoa
ita. LU. laanranot Coaipaay.
-3IIEY THERE B
A Word With You.
No. Pattoa A v tunc,
I now alaaoat complete. All the late.t Nov
.ItU. aow la atock or to arrive.
Ladle' and Men'. Ilaod Made fthn. In
awaaa(laaMi aaakaal aa -.--
Ladle.' and Men'. Rami and lancy colored
Oxford Tie. la nrtat variety fur Hurlnn and
NO. PATTON AVENUE,
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
In all Lines
At the BIG RACKET
The BIG RACKET
We have been receiving,
marking and arranging our
new Spring stock during the
pant two week. Two floor
packed with good. We have
never leen better prepared
to Herve the eople than now.
and we invite everybody to
come nnd nee our goods and
learn our priceH. We have
never advertised an article
that we did not have, and
never offered anything an a
bargain that wan not really
and truly as represented, and
are alwayn ready to refund
money where our goods are
not aH represented, Come to
the -Hig Racket."
WAI.TR. B. C.WVK, W. W. WlWT.
GWYN & WEST,
iBacccMora to Walter B.Owvnl
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loana Securely Placed at a
Notary Public. Commissioner. uilH-ed..
OPPICK atoatneaai Conrt Wejamrc.
Real Estate Broken.
And Investment Agent.
Loan, at arely placed at per cent,
litter.: a 2 I'alton Ave Heron il floor,
I Formerly of Lyman Child i.
Strictly a Brokerage Bualnew
Loan. Kcurvly placed at H urr cent.
L. A. FARINIIOLT,
EAL ESTATE BROKE
And Notary Public.
Ut VH AND HELLS KEALKHTATK
SI'KCLVL ATTENTION TO HUNT
ING AND COLLECTINO.
LOANS SECURELY I'LACED ON
REFERS TO ALL THE BANKS OF ASHEVILLE.
J. C. BROWN,
MERCHANT t TAILOR,
S Patton Avenue,
iNeit to Oraad Central Hotat.)
W. C. CARMICHAEL,
20 south main street, asheville, n. c.
Wk do not sell Cheap
DrlUUB, but WILL HELL YOl
ukvoh cheap, and it you
don't believe what we nay
give us a trial and be con
vineed. Our prescription de
partment is excelled by none.
It iH equipped with the best
goods that money can buy
from E.Merck, K. It. Squibb.
I'arke, Davis & Co., J no.
W.veth & Bro.. and from other
lsts m this country and hu
rope. whose goods for purity
cannot be questioned. Pre
scriptions filled at all hours,
day or night, and delivered
free of charge to any part of
the city. Our Htock of Drugs,
Patent Medicines and Drug
gists' Sundries is complete,
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 S. Main street,
where you will at all tunes he
served by com jie tent pre
scriptionists. 1879. 1881).
S. R. KEPLER,
Purveyor to intelligent and
appreciative Asheville und
American families. 1'alates
and tastes of jieople who be
lieve in goon livmgeaimot be
humbugged by "Cheap John"
goods. Cheap goods and
first quality are not synony
mous. I have in stock and
to arrive, all seasonable spe
cialties, comprising in part
rruits. Oranges. Lemons.
Cranberries. Raisins, Figs.
M iscella neous CIk lice O. Iv
.New Orleans Molasses. for ta
ble use, Prime New Orleans
Molasses, for cooking. Kx-
tra fine Assortment of Crack
ers, r me 1 ens ami onees a
Mince Mriit Iforiluii & liilwortli'i.
und other hrunria. I'luin 1'iiililniK.t.ult
Foot Irllv, etc. I'rcaarcl mid Crv.tnlixcil
GiiiKcr. Shad RiH' in kim. Koc HcrriiiL'H
nnd nil other Rood in ncmtind for tin
llolidavi. . K. Khl'l.l.K.
A IUG DRIVE
In Ladies' nnd Children's Fine
Shoes by buying an immense
lot of them. Closing out the
stock of a VKKYCF.UCM.A.
TKD MAKKK and dividing
them between the Richmond
house and ourselves. We are
offering some very fine goods
n t prices usually paid for very
much poorer qualities. Can
fit almost any one, us we
have all widths from A A to
E. WELL WORTH SEE
ING. New goods in all lines
II. REDWOOD & CO.
!rv (Hidi, Fancy Gondii, Notion.,
L lot'iinK, t mitt r uriiiHliiiij(,
CuricU, KnxKi &c.
Herring &. Weaver,
IN SHOES OF ALL GRADES,
Asheville, N. C.
A GOOD OBJECT LF.HHON
In the winter of 1885 a train on I lie
Western North Carolina road lift the
truck near Hot Springs just after cross
ing the bridge at Deep Water, and the
engine plunged into the river and drown
i the engineer anil fireman und causing
injury to others ou the train. Among
these lultrr was a negro brnkenian
I'inckney Bean, who had both legt
broken, and otherwise hurt, receiving
serious permanent injures. He brought
through his attorneys suit lor damages
and the case was tried and decided in the
superior court for Buncombe county held
Inst week, The defense, or a pan of it
wns that the plaintiff had signed a re
lease to the company for nil future claim
after receiving a certain sum of money in
comiMMisntionfor his injuries. The plain
tiff admitted the receipt of the money
but alleged that he had signed the release
in ignorance of its purport, nnd that the
amount was totally inuuuutc. The
jury found for the plaintiff', giving him
$1,51)0 dumageM, and a motion for a new
trial, or in arrest of judgment wasdenied,
und the decision of the jury was affirmed
The case is not a remarkable one to us.
because it is in accordance with our prac
tice tj give justice to all without refer
ence to color or condition. But it might
lie remarkable to those whose delight it
is to charge that the negro gets neither
rights nor justice in the South. In tbii-
case the plaintiff was a negro in contest
with a powerful corporation. Disease
was tried before a democratic judge.
argued by a democratic lawyer he also
had a republican counsel whodid not rind
it necessary to take active purt in the
case and decided by a white jury most
il not all. of whom were democrats, and
in the whole transaction the scales wen
is evenly balanced as the most impartial
justice could exact. It might be added
if that were needed to give significance to
I he case, that the attorney for the rail
road company is a gentleman holding n
prominent appointment from the present
administration, therefore presumably a
republican. That fact only emphasise
the total a I'M. net of partisan or rate feel
ing in the administration of justice mid
the certainty that decisions will b
reached without reference to the social
status of parties plaintiff or defendant.
We present this tact not as an isolated
one, nor n scciitlly to lie commended.
but because it is another and emphalit
confutation of the assertion thai in the
Southern courts the negro is icnietl jus
tice nnd in criminal matters is always
sure to be the victim of hostile prejudice.
It is just the reverse; for sympathy
always runs in favor of the weak nnd
unprotected, since the war when the ne
gro is tree, as before the war when ht
was n slave. The case of the negro wo
man Amy, from Johnston county, who
slew her master in a til of rage alter be
ing subjected to cruel sulT.ring, and nat
tiied and acquitted under charge of the
judge that though a slave she was hu
man and subject to like passion under
extreme provocation as her owner, W
illustration of the principle that ani
mates the course of justice in thisnuil
other Southern States, What is meted
nut to one is meted out to thr other;
what rights lire accorded to the one art
accorded to the other; what extenuation
is found lor J lie one is found forthc other.
If our mulignern would belter inform
themselves they would avoid much egre
gious error, wrongful assertion and need
less passion. They do not disturb our
cquiiiiiiniuly, but occasion much vexa
tious waste of time and Inlsir in congres
gressional effort to remeil troubles
which liuve no existence.
Tint HUPALCATioN of Trc.iMircr Anhei
of M.irvland, is another illustration ol
the weak virtue of public nun or those
trusted with the charge of large ,ie-n.
niary interests. Thr sight and the hand
ling of vast sums of money is a sugges
tion to the use of it with the fatuous idea
that out of so much the littles they ab
stract nlwavs explained by way ot
npulogy, taken out for trniMrary use
nnd to be replaced will he returned be
fore discovery of the loss. But restora
tion is rarely or never made; and the in
exorable judgment pronounced long time
ago. "Be sure your sin will liudyouout,"
is certain nnd Inflexible. There is some
thing that would be very piteous,
if the punishment were not morally
just, in the vain endeavor to draw
wealth and happiness from the vio
lation of trust unit thr store ol
stolen money . tlften the guilty man
betrays his uneasiness before discovery is
made of his wrong. "The guilty fteecth
when no man piirsuelh." If he remain
near the scat of his crime he lives in
feverish, excited, unhappy apprehension
with the sword pcrietually hanging over
his head. Sometimes, as in the ease ol
Archer, mental agony dethrones the rea
son, nnd the coveted riches turn to fruit
less u .lies and a blasting eurse, Morr
olten the guilty man becomes a fugitive
from his home and country, and then
more fully is displayed the folly and fruit-
tissues, ol his dishonesty, The pleasures
of wealth arc in its free, unquestioned
enjoyment among family and friends and
the applauding populace. In exile, in the
companionship of thieves like himself,
with the brand burned deep Into bis own
conscience, und with a feeling fiat it Is
imprinted so deeply on his own lnrehcnd
that every one who pitsxcshim may rend,
where Is nil happiness? He has time nnd
place to realiie the terrible barter lit has
made, the exchange of a quiet conscience,
domestic cace, public consideration, for
lost honor, rcsirct, love and safety.
Vet such barters are made every iluy;
anil thr terrible experiment of attaining
happiness In such way is renewed, with
out influence from constantly recurring
IT IS NOW ORGANIZED.
SOC1F.TV FOR PRKVF.NTION
OP IRI KI.TV TO AMMAU.
OfllcerH "Were selected l.aHt Night
and Different Commltteea A p.
pnlnted-Honiethlnir Which Ashe
vllle Has Needed for Sometime,
The corporators of the North Carolina
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals met yesterday. The meeting
was to have lx.cn held in C. T. Rnwls
office, but in order to get a quorum, it
was held in the directors' room of the
Western Carolina Bank. J. P. Sawyer,
W. T. Pennimnn, J. L. Carroll, W. H
Inloes and J. E. Rankin, corporators
nnd their associates. F. I.. Jacobs and
W. S. Cushman, were present.
Mr, Inloes was requested to take the
chair nnd conduct the meeting, and F. L
Jacobs acted ns secretary. The object of
the meeting was to effect a permanent
organization, nnd thr first thing to be
lone was the election of officers for the
ensuing year. The result of the election
was ns follows: W. II. Inloes, presi
dent; J. L. Carroll, first vice-president;
C.J. McCnpc, second vice-president, and
K, L. Jacobs, secretary and treasurer
A board of managers, in whom is
vested the control nnd management
of the business of the corporation
was next elected. They were W,
S. Cushmnn. W. F. Randolph, W. T.
Pennimnn, T. W. I'ntton, J, P. Sawyer,
J. Iv. Rankin and C. M. McLoud. A
committee, consisting of C. M. McLoud,
W. S. Cushman nnd W. P. Randolph,
was appointed to draw up constitution
and by laws and to report at the next
meeting, to be called by the president.
On motion, T. A. Jones was added to the
After the meeting Mr. Jacobs wns seen
and asked several questions about the
society, its organization and its object.
"My uncle, Mr. II. It. Lyons, who is
now dead, was greatly interested in the
work." he said. "In 1SH7 he determined
to organize the society, and upon con
sultation with several others it was de
cided to make it a State society with
headquarters at Asheville. This was
lour because there was no other society
in the State and tliev thought a good
work could be done through their instru
mentality. In accordance with this,
Capt. McLoud drew up the necessnrv
papers and while in Raleigh hud the act
passed by the legislature. The act was
ratified on March 7, 18H7.
The objects of the society ns given in
the charter arc to provide means for the
prevention of cruelty to animals through-
lut the State and for the enloreement
if all laws for the protection of animals.
Thr society is allowed to erect tanks,
fountains anil troughs in eligible locali
ties where horses and other animals can
avail themselves of the water. The po
lice force of this and other cities in the
State are required by law to assist the
society in the euforcement of all laws
The society was never proierly or
ganized under this charter, and as I
kept receiving mail directed to my uncle.
:is president, concerning the workings ol
the organization elsewhere, I decided to
see if I could not revive the interest in it
here. There is great need for such a so-
iety. There are continued exhibitions
of great cruelty to animals. It stems
that a great many drivers in this plan
bent their horses unmercifully at times
without any cause whatever, and a
great many animals are worked, nnd
sometimes" very hard, when they are in
a condition to justify being placed under
the cure of a veterinary surgeon.
Not very long ago a horse was driven
into town that had immense sores on
his back and thr harness chafed them
continually, yet hr wns compelled to
do thr work of a perfectly sound animal.
could name several other instances to
the point, and nothing can be donr to
prevent them without a concerted nr
tion, and this can only hr had by this
After thr organization is writ nndrr
way It i cxpectea mat tnr lauirs oi
Asheville will interest themselves in see
ing that the law is respected.
Women have no axe to grind," said
onr of thr lncororotiirs yrsterday, "and
they do not care who thr person is if hr
is violating thr law. For that reason
they will be of value to the society. A
man might fret a little nrrvous about
bringing some coplr to justice, but n
woman would not stop be nusr thr cul
prit was perhaps some onr high in au
thority. In other cities women take a
prominent part aud they no doubt will
There is no doubt about thr necessity
of such an organisation. In Ashevillr.
Evrry day some animal is seen that is
either unfit for work or is drawing too
heavy a load, and instances where
horses are brutally beaten by drivers are
not iufrrqucut. Only a few days ago a
man driving a brnutitiil hay drove past
court place. When In front of thr gate
hr rose In his sent nnd, taking thr whip
from thr dnsh, hit thr animal several
times. Thr horsr jnniicd but thr drivrr
held a tight rein and cnutinurd thr brat
ting until they disnpiearrd ou North
Main street. It wns a case of gross
Mad an AnMlgnniant.
Thr Asheville Hardware company, T.I.
Van Odder manager, has made an as
signment to J. C. Ilrown. Thr preferred
creditors named are Moore & Merrick,
WO; A. II. Hamlin, $3. .5; W. tl. Itelk
nap, f 1,100 ; llaxtcr Stonr and Manufac
turing company, 1 201.63, and th Old
Dominion Iron and Null company
THE BUNNY DOt'TH.
is to have a street rail-
Norfolk, Va has a Henry W. Grady
South Carolina has 1,1181 Confederate
The Doncgan hotel at Iluutsville, Ala.,
1ms been destroyed by tire,
Harrisonburg, Va reveled in right
inches of snow yrsterday,
Mr, and Mrs. Hiirht were drowned in
the Jumes river in Virginia.
Onrf A. Hill, of thr -tuff nf the Uirli-
mond, Vu Times, is dead.
Walterburg, S, C, will erect an im
posing V. M. C. A. building.
Hail that killed chickens is renorted
from Birmingham, Alabama.
Beaufort and Port Roval, S. C. are to
he connected with a shell road.
An English syndicate is after eiirht
Danville, Va., tobaco factories.
Aiken, the pleasant little resort in
soutn Carolina, wants water works.
S. 1. Smith wns run over hv the cars at
Hirminghnui, Alabama, aud instantly
A negro named Irwin is in inil at Knox
ville, Teun., cburged with railing a little
Thr order at Richmond of tbc Sons of
Contrdrrutr Wtrruus is over ninety
Knoxvillr Is agitating the question of
erecting a college tor the education ol
The trial of David C. Ready, the lone
lyncher at Barnwell, S. C, resulted in a
T.J. Barry, a leading farmer of Haw
kins county, Tennessee, was shot und
killed by an unknown man.
John Griffin, a twrlvr year old colored
bnv at Norfolk. Vu.. killed his sister with
a liidn't-know-it-wos-loadcd gun.
Miss Marr J, Baldwin, of the Augusta,
Vs., Female Seminary, bus donated $100
to thr Y. M. C. A. library in Staunton.
Thr battlr field of Appomattox Court
House has been boueht by a northern
syndicate and will be made Into a side
The second annual encninimieut nf the
Grand Army of t he Republic of t lie de
partment of Alabama, is in session at
A little child of Mrs. Stuubus, near Mt.
Solon, was blown from a log, on which
she was crossing North river, into the
stream nnd drownrd.
Judue P. E. Gleasnn and Bernard Bovd
two prominent citizens of Charleston, S
C died at the same hour in that city on
G. Inmes. Will Wood, Henrv P. Sow-
ell and Mattie Mulligan bavr been in
dicted at Birmingham, Ala., tor thr mur
der of Tom Mulligan.
W. M. Brady. Cnntain Moore and a
Mr. Mnulden were drowned in the wa
ters of Keelloot Lnkr in Tennessee by the
capsizing of their boat.
It is rumored that thr available funds
for building thr new city at Port Tnmun
starts with $00,000, lind as much more
as may be needed back of it.
The Indian Creek Coal Company or
ganized in Ronnokr last week to pur
chase 7.000 acres of coal nnd mincra
land in Fayette county, . a.
A man eivinir bis name as lohn Gra
ham, but who is supoosed to be Ed Mur
iel, n man wanted for murder in South
Carolina, is in jail at Knoxvillr.
The rvclnnr that went trarinff throned
Louisville, Ky., with such deadly effect
destroyed 1H houses at Fayet ville,
Tennessee, nnd several lives were lost.
Price Smith, n tramp, stole a ride on
un Alabama train ami laid down on thr
top of the cars ami fell asleep. Near Sy
lucouga hr fell out of bed and broke his
Mr. Ahruin S. Hewitt says Cjlumbia.
S. C, is sure to hr a great city because nl
its splendid water power, andthrCulum
binns are very much elated in conse-
It is now proposed to extend the Black-
ille, Alston and Newberry railroad from
its present northern terminus Sirvrrn to
Bntesburg, in Lexington county, South
The South Tredegar mill company, ol
Chattanooga, has bounced its white
hands und hired negroes. Thr former
are furious and there may yet lie blood
nn the moon.
While a fuurrnl procession was fording
a stream at Clarksvillr, Tenn., thr wa
ters wnshrd open the doors of the hearse,
nnd the coffin slid out, floated down the
stream and was lost.
John Blount, a colored man at Gadsden,
la wns shnt dead by Bob Jrffrries.
nnd Wilt Coleman, two witr men. The
murderers kit for parts unknown. All
of thr parties were hard citizens.
Aft Atlnnta dealer, who drnls in old
books and othrr curiosities, has hung out
in Iront of his store an ordinary country
frying pan bearing thr legend "Alex
Stephen's skillet, bought at the sale ol
thr old capital."
Mrs. Icffrrtnn Davis writes that her
daughter, Mrs. J. A. Haves, of Colorado
Springs, and tier iiusnana, nave cnangen
their little son's name to Jefferson Hayes
Davis, "so that there shall hr onr to bear
thr beloved and honored name of bis own
lames McDaniets, of Flowcrr Branch.
ran nwnv with thr wifrof William Silvrv
and left his own better half for the other
man. Fair exchange is no robbery and
although McDnniels threw in three chil
dren to boot the officers would awfully
like to find him.
The city council of Rome, Ga has
find the retail license to sell liquor at
$1,000 a year. This must be paid In ad
vance, and nn license is to issue tor less
than a year. Several efforts were made
... 1.1 .1 11 1: ..1. . 1.... .
ioritv was firm and would not accept
anything less tnnn fi.uou, wntcn win
close up a numurr 01 tnr sniuii estnonsn
Sometime ago thr Charleston News
and Courier sent out 1,000 postals to
prominent mrn in different counties, re
questing nn expression of thr choice of
those receiving them for governor. Of
. 1. ; 1 1 r di a
111c repm. mxitui, , v. oitri,Hru wa.
thr first choice of WO and second choice of
68; B. R. Tillmtn, the first choice of 64
and second choice ot 27 s Johnson Hay-
good, first choice ot 6 and second choice
J. S. GRANT, Ph.G.,
Of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
Apothecary, 94 Bontb Main St.
Thsv srs s SmcWc
I.M r 'r.Ura, T.,, u.
... . MlkarU.. l'riw,U.U.
I3."U ' k "
en. oSJ norm AH DRUO CO.
ii Main St., Buffalo, N.V, and Isueultonal BridftOirt.
POM SAZ.B av
J. 8. GRANT.
If your prcscriptiuai are prtpand at
Ornnt't Pharmacy you can positively de
pend upon these nuts: I'irst, t hut only th
punst and bent drugs und chemicals will
be used ; second, tbey will be compound.
ed carefully and accurately by an experi
enced Prescriptionist ; and third, you will
not be charged an exorbitant price. 1'nu
will receive the best goods atm very rra
sonabk profit. Don't liirget the place
Grant's Pharmacy, 24 South Main strttt.
Prescriptions filled at all hours, night
or day, and deli vet ed tree ol charge to
any part of the city. The night bell will
b answered promptly. Grant's Phar
macy, 24 South Main stmt.
At Grant's l'hurmacy you can buy any
Patent Medicine at the lowest price quot
ed by any other drug bouse in the city.
We are determined to sell as low as the
lowest, even if we have to lose money by
so doing. We will sell all Patent Medi
cines at first tost, and below that if nec
essary, to meet the price of any competi
We hat the largest assortment 01
Chamois Skins in Asheville. Over 200
skins, all sites, at the lowest prices.
We are the agents for Humphrey's
Homtropatbk Medicines. A full supply
of bis goods always on hand.
Vse Buncombe Liver Pills, l lie best in
the world tir liver complaints, indiges
A thoroughly icliablt remedy for all
blood diseases is Buncombe Sarsaparilla.
Try a bottle nnd you will take no other.
J. S. GRANT, Ph. G., Pharmacist,
21 S. Main St.. Asheville. N. C.
48 SOl'TH MAIN1HTREET.
DRY CJOODS.FAXIY OOODH
New .Spi-iug gooda iiow ar
riving in all linen. Ye exhibit
a beautiful lino of Outing
Clotlm, (JinglinuiH, SattfUH,
Canhnit'ivr), Summer Silk in
Mark Silkn and VelvvtH.
Divhh TrimmingH in hikta
noveltiori, Table Ooths, Nap
kins, Doylies, Curtain Drap
eries, White Goods, Embroid
eries, Laces aud Domestic
Goods of all kinds. A largo
assortment of Kid Gloves,
including Ceuteineriand Har
ris' Hook Gloves. Ladies'
Underwear in muslin, gauze
and merino nt low prices.
Corsets always a full stork
of sizes and qualities.
We call special attention
to our Fancy Parasols and
Silk Sun Umbrellas. Nothing
equal to them have everboeit
shown in the city.
So.Mr.TUi.va New. We offer
the only absolutely fast black
Hosiery on the market, for
Ladies, Misses and Children,
also for Men and Boys. They
are guaranteed not to dye,
crack or turn green, or money
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