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DAILY CHARLOTTE OBSERVER: WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1882.
She hatlott bscroer.
Index to New Advertisements.
Read what Mc'mlth lias to saj this morning,
lBefunger & Bro. hs a 20th iia adv this
"suas & Cohen wants a talk with yon - see adt.
pr K. O. Elliott Sparkling Ctuawba Springs.
HBH HBALTH AND LI Fit
Depend more on the regularity or hi r menstrual
l unctions than on any or all cause combined. An
actual or a "living dath is the Inevitable result
of derangement of a function which makes woman
what she Is IB every respect, and especially in her
mental and bodily constitution. Hence, Imme
diate relief from such derangements is the only
tateguard against wreck and rain. In all cases of
gtoppage, delay, or other Irregularity of the
courses," Dr. J. BradOeld s Female Regulator Is
the only sure remedy. It acts by glvlrg tone to
the nervous centres, Improving the blood, and de
termining directly to the ogans of menstruation.
It Is a scientific prescription, and the mwt Intelli
gent physicians use It. Prepared by J. Bradlleld,
Atlanta G. Price: Trial size, 75c; large size,
Si 50. For sale by all druggists.
A newer Tain.
Can you find a case of Brlrbt's Disease of the
Kidneys. Diabetes, Urinary or Liver Complaints
that Is curable, that Hop Bitters has not or canuot
eute 1 Ask your neighbors If they can.
This powder never varies. A mawel of purity
strength and wholesrmeness More economic
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a urn or phospnate powders. So;J only in
cans ROYAL BAKING POWDEH CO.,
ov23 New York.
Sole Arrnt, Charlotte, ft. C.
On consignment a large lot of Vi barrel
And for sale a large and selected stock of
Both for the Wholesale and Retail Trade
WOULD DO WELL
TO TRY OUR-
DRY HOP YEAST
IF THEY WANT GOOD BREAD. CALL and GET
A SAMPLE; NO CHARGE.
: 4 I
FOR RENT. : '
"MICE foor roomVCottaffeeflrivenleiitly
Visitors for the 20th are already
arriving. Yesterday a great many
strange faces were seen in the city and
roost of them have come to. stay until
after the celebration.
KTAt dark yesterday, McSmith had
sold 1,200 flags. Please be kind enough
to go around town and count 'em, if
you doubt the statement.
JtThe pressure upon our columns
this morning precludes the possibility
of publishing the list of hotel arrivals,
and this will probably be the case until
after the celebration.
ttThursday next is Ascension Day.
It is one of the holy days in the Catho
lic ealendar and mass will be cele
brated at the Catholic church in this
city at seven o'clock on that morning.
IW The firemen of the city held a
meeting last night, at the Pioneer hall,
and completed all arrangements for the
entertainment of the visiting com
panies. Their part of the programme
is now finished up.
ESPassengers arriving on the Air
Line train yesterday morning, say that
a very heavy hail storm was encount
ered along the line near Seneca, the
night before. Cotton was cut down
and some wheat fields beaten flat.
QSIThe many friends of Mr. John W.
Miller, one of the prominent cotton
buyers of the city, will hear with regret
that he has decided to leave Charlotte
next season. He is going to Norfolk,
and will engage in the cotton brokerage
and commission business.
Eir"It was late night before last when
the list of marshals for the 20th celebra
tion was put in type, and several names
were skipped, the omission not being
noticed in the proofs. The names of
Messrs F. Ii. McDowell, C. N. Vance
and M. C. Quinn should have appeared
in the list.
VWA court cannot be carried on in
the midst of such a babel as the ham
merers on the iron stand-pipe make,
and during the sitting of the Inferior
Court, now in session, work on that im
portant city enterprise is of necessity
EST Messrs. Alexander & Harris
have offered a prize to be awarded to
the second best company in the fire
man's content, on the 20th. It is a laif
and elegantly finished silver pitcher ar d
will make some fire company proud. Ii
can be seen at their store. "
ISLook out for black-less, nrmtu
men and pickpockets, during the
bration. No large gathering is i'r;.
from tbn, but while they may r.ot be
very thick here, this suggestion may
prove to be worth something to some
body. J3sF"The Ilerodian wonder is the only
attraction now in the way of a show,
in the city. It is only the head and neck
of a woman, but what is funny about
it, the head is alive and can talk, laughf
blow out a match and do other things
to astonish. It is on Trade street, next
to E. M. Andrews, and is drawing big
E3F"Tbe procession and the crowd will
want clear streets on the 20th, and some
thing has got to be done now pretty
quickly. East Trade is blocked with rock
piles and Tryon is encumbered every
few hundred yards with brick, barrelsf
poles, etc. An appeal is earnestly made
to the city fathers to clear the way and
put the streets in neat order.
A Letter From Gov. Vance.
The Observer yesterday received a
letter from Governor Vance, in which,
after speaking of some private matters,
he says: "We leave here on next Thurs
day night, at 11 :40 o'clock, with Bayard.
Butler and Hampton, R insora, Arm
field, Cox, Dowd, Scales, Evins, and oth
ers are coming." Load up the cannon,
boys, and let's make her crack.
The WaterTurned n.
Yesterday evening the engine and
pumps out at the reservoir, were put to
work and the water was sent rushing
through the mains along the streets of
the city, for the first time. The hy
drants on east Trade street were open
ed and the water gushed out in strong
streams. To-day more force will be
put on the pumps and all the hydfants
in the city will be tested. There will
be an abundance of water for all pur
poses during the celebration.
The commencement at Davidson Col
lege takes place on the 15th and 16th of
June. Col. Thoma3 Hardeman, of Ma
con. Georgia, is the commencement
orator. The members of the Eume-
nean Society held a meeting ou the 13th
to elect orators and debaters for the
medals. The representative of the
Eumenean, in the contest for the de
bater's medal will be Mr. C. Frazer, of
Decatur, Ga. Zebbie .A. Morris, of
Concord, N. C, will contest for the ora
tor's medal, aDd Mr. C. S. Bratton, of
Guthriesville, S. C, will talk for the de
Up a Flag Pole 110 Feet.
That was a daring climb made by one
of the telegraph line men, yesterday
evening, iD going to the top of Latta's
flag pole, which is one hundred and ten
feet high and in two sections. The rope
had become fastened in the pulley at
th etop and Latta's flag could not be
raised until it was fixed. The only way
to do this was to cut down the pole, or
get a man to climb it. Hearing of the
difficulty this man came for-ward and
offered to climb the pole for a consider
ation of ten dollars. He put on his heel
spikes and after several back downp,
finally made his way to the top, arrang
ed the rope and came down, and short
ly thereafter Latta's immense flag was
floating from the mast head. It was a
bold climb and the upward progress of
the nervy man was watched by large
crowds of interested spectators.
A Lemon gets Squeezed at Last.
Deputy Sheriff H. Pressler, of Union
county, passed through the city yester
day morning on his way to - Concord,
having in charge a white man named
C. H. Lemons, who has been wanted by
the sheriff of Cabarrus for three or four
years. Lemons got into a fight and
used his knife on a man in Concord,
several jtears ago and was arrested and
tried, but gave bond to save himself
from going to jail. He jumped his bond
the same day and nothing had been
heard of him through all this long time
tintil Monday, when he turned up in
Union county. The deputy sheriff at
once recognized him and took him in
custody. -Sheriff Slough, of ,Cabarras,
was very glad to see Lemons yesterday,
after such a long absence and put him
in the best room, with the best locks
the jail afforded. -
THE COMING CELEBRATION
Programme for the lOTtk Anniversary
or the Mecklenburg Declaration of
Independence at Charlotte, N. C,
on tire 18th, 19th and 20th of May,
THURSDAY 18th AT 11 A. M.
Target shooting at Fair Grounds. AH
the military companies participating.
Handsome silver prize awarded to the
team makiug the best score; prize do
nated by the Horneta Nest Riflemen ;
and a handsomely engraved silver med
al awarded the best shot, donated by
Mr. Jno. T. Butler.
FRIDAY THE 19tb.
Committeo of reception, viz: Hon R
Y McAden, Col. Chas. R Jones, Gen
T F Drayton, W J Yates, Esq, Captain
Jno. Wilkes, Col J L Morehead, A B
Springs, Esq, Hon W M Shipp, will
meet the Hon Thos F Bayard and oth
er distinguished guests at Greensboro
and accompany them to Charlotte.
At 10 a. m., prize drill at the Fair
Grounds, all military companies partic
ipating. Prize of .$100 in gold to be
awarded to the best drilled company,
donated by the Hornets Nest Rifle
men. At 1 o'clock the Hornets Nest Rifle
men, headed by the band, Capt E F
Young commanding, will form at their
armory, march to the Air Line depot,
meet the Hon Thos F Bayard and oth
er distinguished guests and escort them
to Independence square where they
will be taken charge of by the commit
tee f reception.
At 4 p. m. the bicyclists in full uni
form have a grand race and tourna
ment at the Fair Grounds. Distance of
ten miles made in 30 minutes. Hand
some prize awarded the winner.
Six p. m. Grand review of the Con
tinental Brigade at Independence
Square, Gen George Washington, commander-in-chief
; Gen McKnitt Alex
In the evening the Hon Thos F Bay
ard will be received and entertained by
the Chamber of Commerce at their
SATURDAY THE 20th.
At sunrise a salute of 38 guns will te
fired, andall the city and church bells
be rung. The procession will be formed
at 9 o'clock, the right resting at the in
tersection of Church and Trade streets,
the left extending towards the Air
At 9 o'clock the governor and staff
will review the State tioops and visit
ing companies at Independence Square.
The military will then take its place at
the head of the column. The proces
sion will move in the following order:
Chief marshal and assistants.
Gov. T. J. Jarvis and staff.
Brig.-Gen. Johnstone Jones and staff.
First Regiment of N. C. State Infantry :
Raleigh L't Inf 'try, J. R. Ferril, captain.
Newbern Grays, Greene Bryan "
Elm City Riflemen, F W Hancock "
Goldsboro Rifles, J E Peterson "
Orange Guards, "
Edgecombe Guards, "
Wash'gton L't Inf'try, D. N. Bogart
Hamilton Guards, N H Sebrell "
Kinston Rifles, Henry Tull
Fayetteville L't Inf'try, A A McKethan
Lafayette L't Inf'try, E P Powers "
Wilmington L't Inf'try, J L Cantwell
Hornets Nest Riflemen, E F Young
Anson Guards, T J Caudle "
Mecklenburg Rifl'n, W J McLaughlin
Anson Veterans, J W McGregor "
Winston L't Inf'try, J D Burch
Albemarle Guards, C W Carson "
Durham L't Inf'try, J T Freeland "
Guilford Grays, Neil Ellington "
Rockingham Guards, J D Glenn "
Pasquotank Rifles, Julian Wood u
Juvenile Artillery Company.
Cadets of Carolina Military Institute,
Cadets Darlington Military Institute,
Capt. Henry T. Thompson.
Cadets Kings Mountain Military Insti
tute, Capt. W. R. T. Bell.
Visiting Military companies from Geor
gia, South Carolina and Virginia.
Charlotte Bicycle Club, Capt. T. J. Gil
mer. Officers Charlotte Fire Department.
Fire companies in following order:
Lee, steamer, Greenville, S. C.
Statesville No. 1, steamer.
Hornet No. 1, steamer, Charlotte.
Spartan No. 1, steamer, Spartanburg.
Stephens No. 6, reel, Augusta.
Pioneer No. 2, steamer, Charlotte.
Juvenile Pioneer, steamer, Charlotte.
Stonewall, steamer, Chester.
Palmetto, steamer, Columbia.
Danville Hose No. 2, reel, Danville.
Independent, truck, Charlotte.
Citizen No. 8, reel, Augusta.
Phoenix, truck, Columbia.
Chiefs of FireDepartments in carriages.
First carriage Mayor F S DeWolfe,
Hons. L C Latham, R F Armfield, J
Second carriage Hons. T J Mackey,
W II Forney, A M Scales, C Dowd.
Third carriage Senator Wade Hamp
ton, Gen "W R Cox, Hon Joseph H
Fourth carriage Senators M C Butler,
Z B Vance, Chief Justice Simpson,
Hon J S Barker.
Fifth carriage Hon Thos F Bayard,
Gen Mat W Ransom, RY McAden,
chairman committee of reception.
The carriages with the orator of the
day and noted guests will join the pro
cession as its left passes Independence
square, and the column will then move
down Trade to C street, up C to 6th,
street, up 6th to College street, up Col
lege to 11th street, up 11th to Tryon
street, down Tryon to Morehead street
thence to the Carolina Military Insti
tute. When the head of the column reaches
the bridge at the railroad it will halt,
the military and firemen form open
ranks, all vehicles will take position on
the left, when the carriage containing
the orator of the day will be driven to
the stand erected on the grounds of the
Carolina Military Institute, followed
by the distinguished guests, column
closing in, left in front.
On arriving at the stand, prayer by
Rev. A. W. Miller; reading the Declara
tion of Independence by Senator MW.
Ransom; "Carolina'' by the band, when
Senator VanceJ,will introduce the ora
tor of the day.
At the conclusion of the address by
Senator Bayard the band will play "The
Star Spangled Banner after which the
procession will reform and march to
Independence square, the band playing
"Dixie" as the column moves out.,J ;
At 350 the firemen's tournament and
reel race for the handsome solid silver
trumpet presented by E. D. Latta &
Bro., will take place on Tryon street
across Independence square. The pro
gramme will be published hereafter.
The entire line of march will be sub
ject to the control of the chief marshal.
Dr. Joseph Graham.
By order of W. W. Flemming, chair
man of committee of arrrangements.
Fun with a Monkey
Jim McCool, of the Air-Line, who puts
up at the Central, is the proud owner of a
baboon, which he keeps at Tom Black's
saloon, ' because it is up to too much
devilment to be kept around a hotel,
and Tom was about the only man who
could be persuaded to undertake the
job of caring for it in a fatherly man
ner. The monkey bs teen kept in the
saloon secured by a dhwh flsd has been
a local kind of a Jumbo for several
weeks. He is a strapping big one and
the bald spots on all of his knobs, where
the fur has been worn off, add to his
ugly appearance. Last Monday night
the monkey slipped his chain and start
ed out for a promenade around town.
He first turned up at one of the hotels,
where he bounded into the kitchen and
scared the cook nearly to death, who
ran out shouting at the top of his voice,
and left the monkey to help himself to
whatever he thought suited him. After
picking up a roast chicken, the monkey
left the kitchen and took charge of - the
hotel. By this time the uproar fright
ened the monkey and he slipped out
and tried to find his way back home.
He disappeared down an alley and
nothing more was seen of him until an
unearthly yell proceeding from one of
the rooms in a buildfBg oo Trade street
attracted a fleefootetrowd in that
direction. On entering the passage
they were met by a terrified lodger, in
his night clothes, who frantically waved
his hand in the direction of his room
and shouted : "For God's sake, gentle
men, strike a light and see what the
devil's in my bed." One of the bolder
of the party struck a match and hold
ing it to the crack in the door, peeped
in and saw the monkey cosily fixed un
der the covers, with his head lying on
the pillow. The monkey raised up on
observing the intruders and as they
entered to capture him he bounded
through a broken window and escaped.
He had mistaken the window for the
entrance to the saloon and crawling
through the broken pane, he got in bed
with the man to take a good night's
sleep. His horrid breath, combined
with his energetic movements in
scratching the fleas, soon waked the
man, who, on feeling around and
placing his hand on the uncanny thing,
gave one bounce out of the room and
raised the house.
The monkey was afterwards cap
tured and is now securely chained, and
any other calls which he may have
wished to make have been postponed
Work of the Inferior Court.
After the trial of the two cases re
ported in yesterday's Obseryer, Solici
tor Grier presented his docket, and by
order of the court sixteen cases were
disposed of without the intervention of
the jury. The court opened yesterday
morning with the trial of F.McClamore
for trespass. Submitted and paid the
J. L. Massey, for carrying concealed
weapons, did the same.
A case that will interest the country
people was the trial of Jas. Payne, for
a misdemeanor. Payne left his dump
car on the railroad track at a crossing
about fivB miles from the city, and
Vhen a countryman came driving along
his horse became frightened at it and
ran off. Payne was recognized to ap
pear at the next term of the court.
F. H. Crawford and A. O. Crawford,
the tramps, who in connection with a
couple of women, raised such a racket
at the farm of Mr. P. M. Ritch, near the
city, sometime ago, were tried and
given the full benefit of the law, in a
sentence of 12 month's each to the State
penitentiary. F. H. Crawford was also
tried for carrying concealed weapons,
but in this case judgment was sus
pended. Levi Reed,.' two cases of larceny;
found guilty on the first and submitted
in the second. Sentenced to four months
in the State penitentiary.
Geo. Griffin, colored, carrying con
cealed weapons. Submitted and paid
J. S. Massey, carrying c. w. Submit
ted and paid costs.
El Williams, assault and battery, re
quired to give a bond of $100 for ap
pearance at next term of the Superu r
Austin Howerton, larceny. Bound
over to Superior court in the sum of
Martin Orr, assault and battery. Sub
mitted. Judgment not yet rendered.
This ended yesterday's court. In our
report of the proceedings yesterday,
we should have mentioned that Justice
R. P. Waring, chairman, opened the
court, assisted by H. D. Stowe and S.
H. Hilton, associate justices. Each
grand juror was tested as to his legal
qualifications and then received an
elaborate charge from Justice Waring
and were instructed in their duties.
Charlotte as a Navy-Yard.
Notwithstanding the fact that Char
lotte is nearly three hundred miles
from the ocean, she once had a navy
yard in full blast. This fact deserves
mention, not only as a matter of his
tory, but as an idea that may help to
solve the possibilities of the future.
We boast justly of our Mecklenburg
Declaration of Independence, oblivious
of the fact that at a much later period
in our history we had a flourishing
navy-yard in full operation. We didn't
have any ships that we could call our
own, but we did have "rich argosies" in
prospective, and, if the Southern Con
federacy hadn't gone up the flume just
when it did, there is no telling just
what might have happened. These
thoughts come to us unbidden, as we
unroll a package of "memorandums" of
monthly payments to hands employed
in the Charlotte navy-yard for the
month of July, in the year of grace
1863, which haveheen preserved for
some reason at the United States mint
in this city, and we record them because
we want to go down on the pages of
history with not a "single stripe erased
or polluted, nor a single star obscured."
There are fierce brain ttonns that shatters
man'ioqrAiUzatton, hl' nerves hrfelc for relief,
aiid nexiralgU banishes rest ; A och a time, if
the miserable affeier would use Benson's Celery
and Chamomile Puis, he would find perfect te
What Vance Sends Us.
A telegram was received by the com
mittee of arrangements yesterday eve-J
ning from Governor Z. B. Vance, stat
ing that he had procured for use in
Charlotte during the celebration, one
hundred large United States flags. The
committee had requested him to pro
cure them and he applied to the Navy
Department, but failed. He then got
up a resolution and had it passed by
both Houses, to furnish one hundred
flags for decorating on the 20th. When
Dick Tiddy read the telegram the boys
had to hold him to keep him from rush
ing out into the street and sending up a
hallelujah. The flags are already on
The Lecture Last Night.
Avery good audience was at the
opera house last night to hear Dr. Jones
lecture on the Confederate soldier. The
lecturer was chaplain of a Virginia
regiment and followed the troops in
the field from the beginning of the war
to its close and being a man of versatile
genius and a forcible orator, he is well
qualified to give just such a talk as
would delight his audience. His lec
ture was a splendid one. We give him
a most cordial recommendation to the
people of whatever place he may hap
pen to visit and can assure them that
they will be entertained in a high de
gree. Dr. Jones' talk is something out
of the usual run of lectures.
Can't Get iu
Diabetes. Brlght's Disease, Kidney, Urinary or
Liver Complaints cannot be contracted by you or
your family If Hop Bitters are used, and If you al
ready have any of ti.ese diseases Hop Bitters Is
the only medicine that will positively cure you.
Don't forget this, and don't get some puffed up
stuff that will only harm you.
A Bis; Swindle;
The public are constantly being inveigled Into
taking a substitute or belDg deceived Into buying
a fraud, for the reason that dealers can buv the
counterfeits at $5 per dozen, or 42 cents -per bot-
ue, ana sell it to the consumers at Si making an
enormous profit, which Is the only object In trying
to sell a preparation In lmliatlon of, or substitute
for blmmons Liver Regulator. Nothing la known
about the Imitations they are made by adventur
ers, knowing nothing of medicines or drugs. Buy
only the genuine, It being recommended bv th
greatest and most reliable people. Take only that
which Is kco.vn to be good, made by J. H. Zellln
DOJi'T DIE IX THE HOUSE.
"BOlieh On Rats." Clears nut wt ml
jj - v. w uiuv AVOU
es. bed-bug-s, flies, ants, moles, chipmunks.
Health, hope and fcanplness are restored hv thn
use of Lydla & Pinkbam's Vegetable Comrjound.
It Is a positive cure for all those diseases from
which women suffer so much Send to Mrs. Lydla
K.Pinkham.2:)a Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass.
IVILSON & BURIVELL,
PVholesale & Retail
Offer a Large Stock of
A 11 Goods in their line at Lowest
I Pic-Nic for
A REGULAR HARVEST FOR MOTHERS
WAIT ROOM FOR TRI 201
Those in long Pants, ages nine to fourteen years, all
Banging from 89 to 812 50 will be sold at $7. A fter Wednesday they
will do taken off tale until after the celebration, for oar departments
then win be replete with the choicest productions of the season.
For i he next three days we will offer an assortment of MBN'S ALL
WOOL SUITS at figures that will convince buyers that WX are at
all times the
The Leaders of Low Prices.
Others VAINLY Attempt to
Bat Grow Weary and Faint by
Hanging up g Sidewalks;
BXGGING THX A83ISTANCX OX PA8SXBS BY.
E. D. LATTA & BRO.,
JAMAICA Ginger. Bieeendta. lodU and War
net's Safe Liter and Kidney Cora. Just reoelr
d. br B. EL JORDAN ft CO.
A FRESH STOCK
OOLONG, Be Jen. Toons Hyson, Imperial and
He No Teas, for sale by
B. EL J0BD1N ft CO.,
AND Hair Brashes, Dr. Scott's Ceotrle Flesh
and Hair Brushes, Just received.
B. EL JORDAN ft CO.
STOCK of Colgates, Lpbtn's and Ftesse and
Lubln's Handkerchief Kxtracta.
B. H. JORDAN ft 00.
5,000 BEST 5 CENT
CIGABS for the Befall Trade. Just received.
B. H. JORDAN ft CO.
WE HAVE IN STOCK
THX Purest Brandies and wines for medicinal
use. B. H. JORDAN ft CO.,
may 13 Druggists.
POWDSB8 and Flavoring Extracts a fresh supply-
B. EL JORDAN ft CO.,
may 13 Tryon street.
Refreshments i Everybodry
THB Ladles Monumental Association will serve
Refreshments In the basement of the First
National Bank building, on Tryon street, during
the three days of the coming celebration, com
mencing on the 18th Inst.
The Receipts from the entertainment are to be
added to a fund now being raised to assist in
building a monument over the graves of the Con
federate dead, burled In Elmwood Cemetery, and
the Ladles make an especial appeal to everybody
for contributions to an end so praiseworthy,
may 16 tt
TO THE PUBLIC.
I AM prepared to PROVE that I have discovered
the vegetable antidote tor SCROFULA-that
my remedy will xzpkl the disease from the sys
tem, thus rendering it the best blood purifier
known. Cure certain, speedy and permanent As
a Tonic and Alterative it Is highly recommended.
Send for circular containing testimonials of mirac
ulous cores. My testimonials come, not from the
Territories of the far West, but from well known
citizens of North Carolina. Indorsed by the drug
gists of the State. For sale by druggists generally.
Over 3,000 bottles sold, all reports favorable.
References for personal reliability, Bt. Rev.
Thos. Atkinson, D. D., of N. Cj Rev. C. J. Gibson,
D. D., Petersburg, Va.; Geo. A. Foote, M. D , War
ren county ; Hon. J J. Davis and Hon. C. M. Cooke,
Franklin county. N. C.
For further Information and orders for my
Remedy, address Mbs. JOB PERSON,
apr2S tf Franklin, N. C
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
We will offer all of our last seasons
LITTLE BOYS' SUITS,
MARVELOUS LOW PRICE of $2.50,
Every suit worth from $4,50 to $6.60.
of last seasons
EVE 12,-2: TJlT,
ONE OF OUR FIRM
HAS JUST BXtUBNXD wtlH A
"Special Bargains are Offered."
WE offer two Special Qualities of
Black Silk at $1.35 and 81.75,
which are exceedingly handsome
and of the best makes and are ful
ly worth 25 per cent more. 2ow
is your time to make up a hand
some Black Silk Dress.
THE Larcflst Line nf Parsi-
Bt en tries and Fringes eyer of
fered in this market hare Just
been ODened. which in dAsiim and
cheapness excell every previous
effort on our part ,
THE Latest Novelties in Neck
Wear have been added to onr
Stock, and we offer every article
in mac department at astonish
ingly Low Prices.
WITH a view of closintr our
Dress Goods out completely we
have marked them down far be
low their actual value, and we
have some inducements to offer
you in that line.
WE have a Bargain Counter
for Hosiery, where we offer a
lot of single pairs ot the ends
boxes at greatly reduced prices.
WE are receiving goods daily
in our Millinery Department
and we can please the most fas
tidious taste in a Hat or Bonnet.
En this Department we gi
goods xor less money than any
other house in the United States.
Gloves. Black and Tan Col
ored, 8 Button Monsqtjetaxre
Suede kid uloyxs at 81.50 per
Five hundred Ladies' Linen
and Morhair Dusters and Ul-
8TERS very cheap.
One hundred handsome Ladies'
Traveling Trunks at specially
s t i f'i f. i