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r7 fi?A OipaOICLE, SVKDAY, APHIL 6, 1890. IF 0 0 in 124 and 126 Wilmington St. 123 and 125 Fayetteville St. 8 ru n In U ffl. MUD Do u UwuUUUU w uwop 1 r rot 1 r ft RALEIGH, N. C. ft IT! ATT 1RAC DON 5ZI We have always of late yean provided largely for the Spring Season. This year we felt warranted in preparing on an unusual scale for the business of the year, which should be unusually prosperous if all indications are to be trusted, especially so far as our own business is concerned. Our aim in the purchase of this stock has been to give buyers the very best that money can buy: the best not only in appearance but in actual worth and wear. While we are satisfied therefore, that nothing can excel our goods in style, we are equally sure that they have that quality of stability which enables them to stand the test of use and wear. Add to this the fact that our prices are as low as they can be made, and there is no inducement lack ing which can attract the attention of buyers in Raleigh and throughout the State. ILILnlES: The fullest showings possible to obtain in the best and newest Silks, and our stock contains the very cream of the riew creations. Colored Silks of every conceivable weave and reliable make for street, dinner, reception and evening dresses. Trimming Silks and Black Silks of sterling quality. Samples will be sent on application. Please, however, give us an idea of yoar wishes regarding price and kinds; it helps us in making a satisfactory selection from our immense stock. JHuck Faille Francalse. j Black Royal Armures. These roods are thoroughly reliable and ' " n5e!?V""sV. $ J'S? ...v..iba L jiiHa L wmwr Mi .-a W 1 1 -19 M mrHtf nAn I. Eciiuiuc i nine i iuMc ijuri Ajuaiij Ft ir and serviceable weave. The widths given 20 inches wide $ .50 below are accurate and the prices are as low as any house in the United States can make. 21 inches wide $ .85 23 24 25 ai 34 24 34 34 X.00 1.25 1.35 1.50 1.50 1.75 1.85 2.00 21 inches wide 1.35 22 " 1.50 23 " 1-75 23 " 1.85 25 " 2.00 Black Satin Rhadame. 20 inches wide $ .75 21 " 21 " 22 " 22 " 23 " 23 " I. OO I.25 I.50 1-75 2.00 21 21 22 24 24 24 .65 75 .QO .90 I. OO 1. 15 new shade for the present season it is possi-' Colored Armurc De Sole. ble to obtain. This department contains all A high class French Silk in new shades. the high class novelties, the latest and most 22 inches wide - i-25 stylish patterns, and offers the widest possi ble choice to the most diverse tastes. Colored Faille Francaise. Black Moire. 20 inches wide.- $1.00 22 " 1.50 22 " 1.75 Solid Black China Silks. 22 inches wide $ .75 22 ' .90 26 " 1,00 Black tiros Grata Silks. These silks are made with the Cashmere "Regence" Black Silk. 2.25 j 27 1.25 finUVi alcA with t V '"satin fininVi linth are .. . " - - 1 cejierit tor wear beautiful and are specially recommended for i 2J mcheSwide. uuraouuy. 19 inches wide $ 19 19 21 21 24 22 22 22 ! Black Mourning: Bensraliue. A double-faced silk fabric, with less satin 24 incheswide $3.oo finish than Khadame; a new weave and ex- j Black Railway Cords. $1-25 22 inches wide $1. 21 i-35 5, 22 1. 75 The most desirable fancy weave. 20 inches wide no u --- $ .90 -- --- 1.25 Colored Surali Silks. In each quality a complete line of new and desirable colors, also the most approved standard shades for day and evening wear. 18 inches wide, fine twill $ .45 50 75 35 I. OO 1. 15 I.25 X.50 1-75 I.85 Plain Black Satins. j 19 inches wide $ .50 I 20 " 75 i 24 " 1 .00 j Black Surah Silks. All silk, double and triple twills, very ser- j viceable and will not muss. ! Satin Alma. 22 inches wide $1.40 Satin Luxor. 23 inches wide ...f 1.S5 Satin Daehesse. 24 incheswide $3.00 Colored Silks. The most fashionable weaves, and every 19 22 24 21 Printed India Silks. In new and exclusive designs on dark and light grounds, some of which are in two and three color printings on finest quality of goods. 20 incheswide .45 (This is a special line and the quantity is limited.) 22 incheswide $I.0O 24 " twilled 1. co 26 " plaU .- 1.50 26 " " 1.75 27 " " 2.00 better weight .65 extra " 75 heavy " .90 Brocaded China Silks. Fancy Plaids, Checks and Striped Surah Silks. Very desirable for trimming purposes. 20 inches wide $ .75 Fancy stripes on light grounds. 32 inches wide : $1.00 32 " 1.25 Colored Silk Novelties. For combination and trimming street, din ner and evening costumes, and in shades to combine with all the tints of Plain Surahs and Faille Francaise, from $1.35 to 9.00 per yard, and Exclusive Novelties from $9.00 to $25.00. Silk Velvets-Black all-Silk Velvets. $3.50 to $6.50 per yard. Black Silk-face Velvets. 19 incheswide $ .75 A new and very attractive weave in street and evening shades. 22 inches wide . 23 $ .75 .90 Flaiu India Silks. Beautiful tints and evening shades. 24 inches wide $ 26 " 21 22 22 22 22 22 23 I. OO 1-25 1-35 I.50 1.75 1.35 I 2.00 I 22 22 22 22 26 27 1. OO I.50 1- 75 2. CO 2- 75 3- 25 90 1. 00 Oolah Silks. A new Silk Fabric warranted to wasl Colored Silk-face Velvets. In every desirable shade. 22 inches wide. $1.00 22 inches wide 1.50 Crepe De Chine. In black and the most exquisite evening shades and tints. 24 inches wide $1.25 High art reigns supreme in this department. Our importations are marvels of beauty, both in weave and coloring, and one can only wonder at the number of choice novelties shown, in our aim to make our Dress Goods stock equal U any in the South, we have spared no pains to make our selections as perfect and comprehensive as possible, bringing our wide experience to bear upon the matter. Instead of attempting an exact enumeration of the goods, we may say in a word that you will find in our Dress Goods Department anything belonging to a well appointed stock that you may be in search of. Plain goods are even In greater numbers than the novelties, being as they are the choice of the masses. In this advertisement we call attention merely to those we think most fash ionable during the present season, and when we say there is a full line of colors, we mean that we have in stock every new and desirable shade. Imported Robes and Ureas Patterns. Ate wondrously beautiful, and cover a wider ianjje of fancy than ever before at tempted. The perfection of French art is in them everywhere apparent. Merit places them in the front ranks of our Dress Goods Department and everything that stands for grace, beauty and quality is found in them. The prices range from $240 to $25.00 a suit. There are very few of a kind and they are regarded the more valuable in consequence. Mohairs. i 42 Are evidently to be a leading feature of i the season and in these we offer a very wide range of choice. Their light texture and firm weave, as well as their lustrous hues make them the most popular of summer fabrics. We have an abundance in black and colors. ' 40 inches wide $ .40 ! 40 50 42 " 75 42 " 85 44 " 1. 00 " extra fine anA soft 1. 10 Henriettas. Our stock of all-wool Henriettas is as com plete in grades and colors as can be found anywhere at prices also to compete with both any one- 1 40-inch French all-wool $ 42 42 46 46 46 German French German 50 75 85 35 .90 1. 00 Serges. 40. 44 and 46 inches wide, all-wool, and including every desirable and popular shade, ranging in prices from 50 to 90 cents. ! Cloths. "Our own" cloth in spring weights and colors, carrying with them all the appear ance of a pretty cloth and all the coolness of flannel, and 46 inches wide at $1.00. 54-inch Broad Cloths $1.50. Fancy Woolens, in fine Serges and Camel's Hair. ' Scotch and Tartan Plaids, Small Checks and Stripes, Shepherd's Plaids and Gray Mixtures. 3S to 42 inches wide from 50c. to $1,25. Challtes. The Challies now so popular are here in full force, in more delicious colorings than ever before; in delicate traceries of ferns and grasses and wild-wood blossoms of every de scription: so pretty that they win the admi ration of all our visitors. CHALLIES in dark and light colors, in small, medium and large floral figures and : stripes at 5c, 6 1.4c, 3 1-3C, 10c, 12 i-2c, 15c, 20c.. and some exquisite novel ties in French printings at 50 and 60 cents. Inexpensive Dress (ioods. We have an unusually lare stock of ; pretty and inexpensive dress stuffs in Cash j meres. Flannels, Tricots, Mohairs. Deliei ; ges. Sec. in plain and fancy colors, and sonu j with beautiful borders. It is easier to tell I what is not in this collection than to enum : erate what there is. Our great stock of Dress Trimmings is especially rich in the most recent novelties that have the approval of the leading fashion authorities of the world. No reasonable want can fail of being supplied assortment that gives the buyer the widest scope of choice. Wo have never shown such a beautiful nniwn ati: ' aS m anety our stock shows an buyer scope er shown such a beautiful collection of Novelties. PLAIN SILK. CUT JET, METAL and FANCY PASSEMENTERIES in all the latest designs from the European markets. ROCOCO and FANCY APPLIQUE EMBROIDERIES in various wMrfc a a ; LD and SILVER POINTS AND PASSEMENTERIES, from 2 to 10 inches deep. VANDYKE POINTS in plain black, cut iet. Persian mixture fan i -, .., f . -u.c wu me unis ot Spring ana j ' '"ai, guiu aim silver, made in light weight for S assortment of plain, black and fancy silk GIMPS, also black silk applique and embroidered edgings and insertions. PLAIN and BEADED CFTKTTTRTrc c 1 , .- r .t.. T,r T,r. . . ... ... ln nne crochet work, and a verv Summer Silks. GOL handsome collection of FIGAROS and BOLEROS in cut jet and plain silk. Summer wear. A large OurJpUrchasea of Mack Goods of the present season far exceeds all our previous showings for the reason that the new conceptions have multiplied, and we have full renr ; t ' can recommend, including such world-renowned makes as Priestley's, famous for their superior quality and finish, and immovable dyes Felmble gra3e- Al1 tbe textures are such as we Among the most prominent popularities are the SILK WARPS, iu Tamise, Clairette, Maria Theresa, Batiste, Nun's Veilings, Camel's Hair, Grenadines, Hemstitched Series Plain HeorMac cf a u , . Striped Veilings, Challies lirocades, Mohair Brocades, Henriettas, Cashmeres, Serges, &c. Those who have seen this gathering pronounce it s . 7 V V lcl,l,CLl'"' 1 nairs ana JJnlliantines. ALL-WOOL Bordered Yeilinrr.- r r.:.L..ii.. ,l . , . ... , ., r" ""uuwc u as PTl entirety the most rnmnlol. owQ, ,u . . . '"'uiiicu eillllt',. Certainly it represents faithfully the best productions of the present season. in Raleigh. WE HAVE SPACE ONLY TO MENTION OUR SUPERB LINES OF LACKS AND NETS, CHANTILLY FLOUNCINGS, GUIPURE FLOUXCINGS, ALL-OVER CHANTILLY NETS, ALL-OVER GUIPURE NETS, DRAPERY NETS FOR EVENING WEAR, LA TOSCA NETS, REAL TORCHON LACES, VANDYKE POINT DE GENE LACES. i U1 11 1" ! W WASH BRBS AMERICAN SATINES, FRENCH AND SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, (iIuniM , tiling GINGHAMS, AMERICAN DRESS GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS AND EMBROIDERIFS rrnvrc UUIDLKILS, GLOVES, CURTAINS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS, HOUSEKEEPING LINENS, FURNITURE and RT?rr 1 npu, , iiiimt, and BRIC-A-BRAC, CARPETS and MATTINGS HOSIERY, CORSETS, vxuv ' AllJ PARKHTU r. Jf tC There are a number of other interesting departments mention of which our space in this advertisement forbids. AY e wish to business is a perfect and thoroughly equipped mat one o. me leading features of our IHI U IE3. 03? CQ IHi It contain at alt Unit the best and mot reliable makes of SHOES for gentlemen, boys, ladies, misses and children. This department is noticeable for fnnr fir.t i r . .took .a thl. line 1, really remarkable; the sty.es are all the best and latest to be had, and in quality our goods aT.he best aud The variety o a standard ol excellence a, to make it beyond the reach of rivalry and competition, while every dollar spent Jith ns geU the be" that Zr wUl b,'Dg 'tMk P SUch a f our ill S j . W. H, & R. S. TUCKER & CO. RALEIGH, 35T. C.