v HEVHiLE, N. SUNDAY MORNING JANDAEY 30, 1898J
Price 5 Cento.
" 0 omii
28 S. KAffiSTi
We have, some odds and
idf, broken lots of differ-
it 1 nes gathered aunng
ock taking, and placed on
Lie to be closed at Jridicu
usly low prices. : -
Children's and Misses'
aps in price from 5rto 50c
ho ice 15c.fSS
ic Ladies' Cloth Sailors
ic " WaMng Hats:
c Sailor . ' " :
aly a few on 'hand; choice
55 Furs at $2.75.'-
This department is still
epared to r supply some
gh-grade Capes or Jackets
surprisingly, low; prices
Nobby things at less Tthan
st of material.; ?
Somewhere between sunrise
and sunset, one golden , hour
set with sixty diamond ' min
utes. . ; ' " r '
ISo Reward Offered.
R-member your time is never
lost when :,looking. through
our large and "well" selected
stock of groceries. . -
G. A. GREfite J
a. ween your stomach .and tn"; groceries
u buy at ' - ,.
"ill aid youT digestion and enabl: -you
have more birthdays in your life tiane.
Three items for your' careful considefa
on, tach one fit for a king.:'-"-
i irsu Asparagus packed in three-quare
ns. Brand 'Royal "Scarlet;-- -Quality
fotbing finer ko be had, .Price forty cents
m tin. : ; -
Second. Pine Appie---pack.d; In two'tins:
irand -Royal Scarlet. Quality Carefully
eeled, eyed and "cored .so- completely
hat each slice is-'a centre cut iro o" a
hoice pine, preserved in pure sugar syrup.
Tice, twentv-five cents ner tin.
Third. Sliced Lemon ""Oling PeaeheiS
acked in three tins. : Brand Cob-web
P. L. BYARD'S
PURE FOOt) STORE
?hone 49 . 49 Merriinori Ave.,
ESTABLISHED. - . - -Good
paying business for sale." ..For pax
oculars address N. O., P., Gaiettfc .
JON PATTON AVENUE, NO. EIGHTEEN
RNER STORE FOR RENT. APPLY TO
g- C. OHEDESTEB FIRST NATIONAL
$K BUILDING. '
A Proposed !iMut'-Protect
;1 ; :tive Association
To- Include Capitalists and
' ; - Cotton 6rowei'7-rK
Economical 'Methods! of Production
The Principle of Intelligent CdoTJere-
?v :V tion and Protection.'-
Scheme of a Northern Brokerage Firm for Which
:; The Ask Ihe Support of Promin'eot - Men" in
the Southern States.; - - :
;.-r . - V...-" ', . ; ,r
New York, ; Jan. , 29. .Price,:, McCortmick
& Co tie prominent cotton and..: stock.
brokers of this city, have prepared a plan
for the organizajtiom of; the American, pot
ion Growers' Mutual' Protective Assooa
tion, .whose efforts- shall be "directed to re-
ducing the acreage -and Increasing the 'price
of" cotton, ia" the United" States. A circular
letter ' detailing the scheme " was . prepared
last .week" by the firm aind sent to every
member of - congress from v- the" Southern
States.;, The -letter invited the senators
and representatives to -become" members of
"the advisory committee of", the proposed
association!. ' ."". - ' "
-,It-was learned. 'today -thatt fche, firm has
received . replies irom - a number of Tcon-
gressmen-.jw'ho are willing fca become mem
bers of ' the commi t tee!, v The le tter points
out the -distressing "conditions as ;a result
ot the low price of cotton, and "asks moral
and active support in;the scheme to bring
ahout a -sufficient .reduction in -the next .
season's. acreage to prevent a repeUtion of
this; yeaxs overproduction, .thereby placing.
the Sou to -in - a-positftonto become peUr
cally the price arbiter-and to wrest their
ent, which they have so long enjoyed.-'. The
letter says: - -
-" "No funds will be necessary. Moral sua
sion will be brought; to bear upon all the
leaning planters ox. ine eonui loo&mg co
ward the desired end through -the most 'in
flyential merchants -or - bankers in each
township in. the cotton belt, with, whom we
shall enter into correspondence';'" just "as
soon as we shall have been able to enlist l
the co-operation of such influential gentle
scheme dignity, and thereby entitle if to threshing over the, old straw, the.demo
the fullest -confidence of -"the entire com-, crats and- populists a.ser.ang that prosperi
munity. - Diversification of crops is espec-,' ty-bad not returned, the republicans con-
Jally aimed at, .inasmuch as this wi make .
the planters practically .'independent' so far
as the necessities of life are" coacerned, and
leave to them their cotton crop as a cash
commodity."' - v
- Theodore Price of the firm that is pro
moting, the scheme said today,-, regarding
the proposed organization: ' "The 'idea ' is
that the.- American, Oat ton "Growers'. Mu-
tual Protective Association -is' to be' com-
posed of .- thorough-godng . business men of
capital both North and South, as, well
representatives of the--' cotton?- producers. ,
xne odj ect- 01 ine ; assiociaxiou wo-uiu aiut,
only"beto effect industrial economy'but
to promote more thorough agricultural ed
ucation. -.Sub-orgamiZitLons to Include each
cotton producing, coumty - in the South
would be 'formed,, which as associate-communities,
would exchange views with other
comical methods of production, marketing
and distribution, would be , avaiiea ox, ana subrcommittee,, . will contain three impor
generally an effort.would.be made to apply - t .. items, namely; . $1,000,000 for smoke-
-' Mr.-Price said ;the money necessary to tionrand $93,000 for the establishment of
a thojrough-going test of' this ideawoulA a government "powder factory. -be.forthcomingr'Providedthe
preliminary ' f h . an ; imple supply
Attpmot which he is now. making to obtain . . - -
the SaTsippoft of men promiSeoit In theof powder rin order to, meet the require-
Southern Statea results as, anticipates.
PROF. AND JEWElgy; GONE
The Flitting of the Spiritualistic Me6
' c jSr :"-;ium "Matirice-';- li
suite? PrJf. Maurice who for Some weeks
hrn hflflrdinff at the Ald'ine on C51-
lese 'street and claimed to possess healing,;
humbugged, some few being so iooiisa
tj make Daymen ts4n advance.": - i -; r
The doctor told-onelady from wasnin-g-
gooa news, x uc , .t
day the lady took treaunenx itr liwou!!
the doctor removing her rings and jewelry
were. utccsij v t-- - - ,.
the-rings would. tend to hinder the healing,
. 6 ; tt.' six. nrafnh wre left
; W nwW ;,TnmiT f ' Willi . I IC1 ". nWkVW . -r ---
rt' ;r1?:::rnW' -whpn theume for th
Price twenty-five iceuts per i xt txacmnt' came the: doctor wfl pur;
CD LLll'fl. iJtWUW " r.rr , 1,11 fl I H ; - T . ....... .. .- ..
chased a ucKei i tnuauc i"- "Tf
v , , - - ,iTftTifl-rlnff and the plainf
ring were gone... - - r
SSS( 'teran editor of theTro3an for satiri
than h?fiusband 'JT family ; cal references 'to Emperor , William's
knov of Tier loss she.wilMet the. Jewelry Leeches,- has aroused .the deepest resentt
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
- xv -- n,n.-l Tablets All months, and a.shoemaKer.two mourns. o
Take Laxative Bromo jVfgJ; - day for speaking mildly against the kaiser,
. -wsfitnrt the .money u n v , , . tJl - nr, A.
t -w,f,tnd the money
cuSf 25c. The Tnuine has .L. B. Q
each tablet. ' " -.. - - - . . - -". .. '.
- ' " " " ,t .rfti.-rrn ,tor $3.75.
Opens at Marshall Feb" 21 and Ashe
-I-"" :' " villeFeb 28 .
For -the Information of the' public, we
malce mention of the fact that no matter
who "is appointed to succeed "Judge -B wart
the -circuit criminal eout for this" district
wfll be held at Marshanln Madison county-Bad
ucs.iiiuug eDTuary zx, - ine.term can last!
only one week as the regular term of. the
superior court opens at Marshall on "the
28th. The next term of the criminal court
will; be-a' special "one foriBuncombexbuntty
which will begin February 28. - This special
term for Btmcombe" will-not" last longer
than two. weeks as the term of the superior
court -will open March 14.'. : .'--a ;
.,AFthe nexf-ternx'of Madison county the
case of:Roberits charged .with' the anurder
of Lunsfordiwrll non doubt 'be tried,- thus
giving Judge Ewart's. successor a eapiial
case in his first term. Who the new Judge
will be is a. matter of conjecture.- ' - -
v . r;;;; y ;
"C INDICTED FOR. FLIRTING
" KnoxrineTenn.,' Jan 2flThe r'Knbx
county , grandr jury 'has " indicted- the r first
victim of ihe "Johnny law," .enacted by the
Tennessee legislature' last, year, making It
a mis-demeanor .to flirt with sohoirgjls
- The -case; if trie-d, will probaibly go? to the
supreme court to testthe onstitu'tScnility
of ta law -which infringes' an inheieat right
to" flirt with a girl.' . ": -
ADVERSE REPORT AND IMMEDI
ATE VOTE ON. MONDAY.
Attitude of the Republicans in the
- House Towards the Measure-Com
mittees' Action. . '
, Washington, Jan. 29. After consultation
the - leading republican ; members of " the
committees yof .ways "And means jand ,of
rules of the house t of representatives - de
cided today that the . Teller "resolution
.should be reported adversely to the house
on .Monday and a vote taken without de
bate. - - r-"." 'x ' -
- Some' republicans would prefer that the
cftmTnittpes' Shnuld reenrniniPind an' amend-
jnent the declaratioa--ontaie4
Jn bm thj pUrchasing clause
;- the sheTmaV-Acfthafe. it is" the-policy
, fa zwenwert to" autaeliL'att oms-bf
g pari ty;'an differ Opting, that
the' nae; jet 'the' senate, wrestle with
the situation thus created. ' -
- Thej"e"Is little doubt, however, that the
bouse will sustain the. report, of the- com-
mittee " as- Reed and all. the republican
leader. haye reached an undertsanding that
the resolution must be smothered.
; m ARE WE PROSPERING OR NOT?
.Washington," Jan.29.-JAnother day was
I .non f in .the, ? hinn sa ! n.pt Mifl'i h fir th.ia eve nine
it-had." There was" considerable
criticism of the speech McK-inley -di'liv.rsd
at the banquet. of the 'National Manufac
turers association. - Mr. Allen cf 'Mississip
pi, expressed his yearning for' 'the time
when, some man would toe found in . the
white house who would declare- that there
ahou-itf be no scaling up & dems, as wel. as
scalinig down." Ihe passage of the Te ler
resolution in the senate was annaounced
enuidst applause on,. the democratic s.de.-
TO BUY.SMOKELESS POWDER
Large, Appropriati ons to be Asked for
;,1 - This Purpose
Washington, - Jan.; 29.-The naval appro
priatkxn bill, now being framed by a house
-.tmentsof ournavair vessels m.Aujr-cmtri-
gency '.- has j received careful . consideration
from -members of the committee. ; AS long
Sk-the old style of black " powder vras in
use 5 the many private, companies -.-making
this article g4ve assurance that 'suppTy
could be secured. on short; no tlce. '.JNow,
wtth f ihe- eeneral "adoption, - of
speedy supply.are said to be much reduced,
fo.,; that ' reason it is proposed :to allow-
r 000.000 for-the purchase of this article;
merory wuc wi IT
ample supply. - , : . -t "r " , v t
Th Jtem of 500,000-for reserve" ammU
i email trt mp rpuiTe-
"6; - - .
meTlW-Df vessels Bearing" completion and
; of uch emergencies as may arise.;-
TOUCHY EMPEROR BILL
" V: i. Oi-' -i
fgeveral Persons Imprisoned for-Criti
r - - - rino-Him
f ; Cismg.13.u11.
erlinr Jan- 29.-TCn pTison sentenceoi
ment. but none "dare express his feelings.
An architect 'named BieLwas given jJhree
TWO O'.ners, cvCil-e-iumt viiia a.i tuit, jj.u,..ji
er's of a' paper la Aisace-Liorrjune,- were iu-
Lnvtort nr -nrintins an article headed. "The
- Kafeer's Birthday- that was deemed to re-
DOWN: A; STEER"
AcCld Tt O-n tllP Sfairip
Passenger ITraih Leavei tte
V . Track at a Curve.
Two. Women Killed 'and 1 5 -Persons
Seriously "Injured. ;
President Wilson's ;Car Remained
von the Bails. T : v
Two Coati?s and ia -Pullman Destroyed and the
Passengers 'Imprisoned -Among the - Mass
of Debris. -' . - , " ' -. .v
- San-gor, fMe., Jan. 29. One of the worst
railroad accidents in; recent "years in this
state occurred, this afternoon -on. the Maine
Central. "TQie passenger train bound for
Vanceboro'and-SL John, was wrecked near
Orono sbaition. The -train carried a large
number of passengers" and few escaped in
jury. - Two persons were killed, both of
them women, and. fifteen :were seriously
injured, a .number of whom will die. -
The train consisted . of a baggage; car
two coaches, a Pullman and the -private
coach of PresMent? Wilson; oi the Ql'ich.'gan
Central road. - . '. '
CAt a curve near'Orono station;" while, the
Krain was "goinig thirty-five miles an hour.
the tagaige"foar left-"the1 track, . carrying
with'it the two coaches and .the Pullman:
President' Wilson's car, .1 containing 'Mr.'
Wilson,; his family and. several friends', re
maine-d on.the'track .;"-
' Uie-'cars rolled, overJ and-down a -steep
embankment 'intotadfbch. .The -cars were
, w "N j f " - - ui,..,
bad'ly.--' smashed., the "passergErs - being
crpshe..invthe i:' ; 1 . So bad vas the
wrekrtiLiait.some Bours-were .consumed :in
the work of rescuing the injured,! rom the
heap- of tangled wood and iron. The dead
are: ' -.- . - -
JElNNlis S. tMWRSRLVT, Pittsfield, Me.
IM'RS. D. CfUNNDNOHAM, TroyV N. T
The "fatally-injured are the followlnj;;
J." OLIN'NTNGHTAIM, Troy, N.-Y, . -,"
TUOKS'It,; t." THOMiPSOCSr;' . Pifctsburg,
Pa. - .
ElOWAiRO iMAOESOX, a student in the
state university ;,' , -
D.-'FRiAINK ATHBRiTON, Augusta, Me.
tVllRS. JOH'N TRiST, Enfield, Me.
Among . the seriously injured is J." E". U.
'Levitte, cashier of the Old Town- woolen
milCs, whose; jaw rwas broken aad he is in
ternally ' injured.
The terrible cold weather, 30 degrees ba
low zero, which has prevailed is .supposed
to have affecned the rails and caused them
to spread. , " " "
BEARDSLEE STEPS DOWN : :
The Famous Rear Admiral Goes on
the Retired List After This Week'
t - ... . r - - -
Washington D. C, Jan. 29.-Two of the1
most important retirements from tie navy
of the year will take '.place next week.
They are- Hear " Admiral L. 'A. Beaxdslee,
who retires on Tuesday, "and- Itear Admiral
Thomas O. pelf ridge, "who -leaves the navy
February 6 Ldmirai Beardslee has been
in the navy ever since 1850,-when-he was
appointed acting midshipman.. In-1855 he
was attachedT to "the "sloop Plymouth for
service in. - "the East Indies,; and in tnat mzAf;tTe port and Russia ceases her op
wa,r hft'nnrHp,itated -in some of the actions ' - :s i: -
and in at least one baj.tle with the Chinese
ahiinakShanglul. to. 1836 bni ,f
passed mluahipman ana aetaiiea-iorserv-j
fee on. the 'Merrimac... In 1863 -he. was at-
tached toJ the Nantuckett, and he partlci
patef in the- atitackonT'the Ironclad fleet
in Charleston harbor' on April 7, '1863. Af
ter the war. Lieutenant JBeardcIee.-for that
was now his title, commanded the gunboat
nr-rvrtctrinV s.7ihs;pniiPTiTlv he- was traas -
fti m thW r-orr!.niAnd of the steamer Sag -
ffl.-nr nf thp Papifip unuAdron-rand later to.
the iporriTTinn1 nf the steam sIood Lacka-
wAiina of the same station.. I 1869 he was;
commissioned a commander." He served a
rear in the hvdro?ranhie office in thU rttv '
""ince,ihat.vtime he has steadily liea in
xhe erVKe. .iAdniiral Beards ee i3- almost
efficient ofS;er- . andMs brave.' grenlle - and
popular. .' He has been a' rear admiral since j
AT CHAPEL HJLL
i TrackAtHf ctic Contest to be Held
" , - . " onFieldbay l:r 'V
Chapel Hill, Jan.: 59. The gradoa Ing
;dass are'ariaiisrng iror clasi4ay- exercises
at , commencement, hich wH be cf more
Jhan . usuarinteresti' .' -Caps "and go ns fle-
eomin-g more and'Tiiore the aaademia tini-
iorm - in - this country -wi.l be - worn1! he
officers were elected" and Mr. J. Q. MeC-r-
j:ick ruade statistician. Ihe class is con
sidering 'the auauer"" of -'leaving h.ilr- A
gift at the university as as so hand-soaje-ly
done by the "ciiss of '97,". in pre
ienUng the 3tst of IR. IE.' Lee. '
It is announced by The Tar He A" that
a.feld day has-been appointed, April 16,
when a track aihletia ..contest will be held
here between -the 'preparatory schools of
the state. "The Universl fcy . ; ( the , a'thletic
association of the Universi,.y)jwi!L give-the
prizes; but will not defray the exneases of
the teams, as the track is not .enclosed, and
vfcere is ro way or collecting ga:e ec p s."
'tefverai schools -have already arcepttd the
invitation and will send Uams for crntesls,
such as running, long, short amd -hurd.e;
pole vaulting,--throwing., the hammer; put
ting the shot, etc. The visiters will have
i.he opportunity of witnessin.g the game
with" Harvard, which-aocurs in the after
noon of April 36." V
HOW ARAKGUREH DIED
FURTHER DETAILS OF THE KIL
LING OF THE CUBAN. -
His Hiding Place Revealed by & Negrfi
- Insurgent-Brutal -Treatment of
His Body. '
Havana,. Jan.. 29. Further details of the
killing of Gen. Araguren recefived-today
state that Ms hiding place ,wasr pointed out
by a negro insurgent captured by the Span
Iards.v , The Spanish colonel offered him"
$500 ' to show ihem Arauguren's. hut and
death Jf .he refused. He accepted- the money
and led the soldiers to the hut.', .A boy
of " the-Jamfly with whom Arauguren was
stopping saw r the soldier's firsC'tHe was
shot down and agirl'comlng -out" ot the
hut. waa slain. -A volley. was then poured
into the hut. "Arauguren and-hi3 sweet-
t:art yere pierced, by several bullets and
his orderly Hernandez was jkilled. Arau-,
giiren was. still -aliv",but waa ' Killed by
bayonet thrusts- from "several soldiers' and
his body mutilated. - - . "
Arauguren's body was taken to .Havana
and thrown into the court yard of the pal
ace where it lay for a long 'time- like the
body of a wild" beast for; acting' Governor
General Parrado and his officers to gaze at
AftMOK PLATE FACTORY
Bids Opened Yesterday for Construct
ing the Plant-'
Washington," Jan. 29. Bids were opened
to-day ior constr-u-cting he government ar
mor plate factory and for a site for same
Twenty -:nine bids ' were received. - -The
'Huntington, W. Va.j "chamber of : comxerce
jii'erfc-a io erect the, plant and furnish iand
xor .SiiG.fcGS. Lviost oif- the other Didders
Oi-ered to give Aes. for nothing.' iLong
w ill not- ma-ae any award, but will send the
oid-to congress for coasidVration. -
From Colle tor's Harhins Ofiit e and Re
, '-.publicans Appointed.
- Yesterday was execution .'day, in 'the
United States collector's office.' " The politi
cal guillotine was freely used. The heads
of Several democratic officials were decap
itated, among, the victims .being T. C.
S tames, ' general storekeeper and guager.
James", Coleman and Robinson, clerks
Frank. Liawson of Madison' county has been
appointed to succeed T. C. Starnes as gen-
eral storekeeper and guager. .--.-.-
CONOITlOSlOF R0rlC0LE. ;
Doctor J.-D. Jay of Barnardsville was in
the city yesterday and reported tne condi
tionl of Rom Cole as unimproved. The
father of Cole was also in towin and gives
the' information that his son .while at-;
tempting to cross a loot log a few days ago
became overbalanced and. fell a distance of
several feet into a-oreeik and narrowly es
caDed drowning. Cole has been partially
paralyzed in; his limbs since the. blow he
recoived at the hands of Ms step mother
and his mind is to some extent affected, so
his fr physician says. . ' " '
::: agreement; as to i china; 7 Xw
'BerlinJan 29. The Tageblatt today re
porta that according ;to the terms of the
agreement - that has . been concluded oe
tween Great Britain and RussEa the former
w4thdraws- her'demand that Talenbener be
psiUon.": to ' British; control over the . cus-
J''.ctej : by.
China ''-on; seaborne
' :t 'AT 25 CEEES EACH
'A lot -of Large Emply Casks, at. Law's
j prvkvna forks ATSTD KNIViES,
1 -' - . -
' ."'A 'complete -line, at low. -prices. - J. "It
Law's.-35 Patton-'Avenue. . e 303-2
i '- - - " 1
One Minute Cough - Cure -cures quickly,
Thats what you want!-;. A. Kaysor.
GOMEZ REPLIES S
Not in :Need of. a Steamer
.Vfci Flight From CuhaT r
WilL vlSemaiii: and Avenge-
His Son's Deathv
Declares all Negotiations With Spain
' " '- . off Forever
Tells Blanco He Better Proviie a
. Steamer for Himself.. .
fhe-Aged Insurgent Decla es That the Revolu- V-v
tion is Stronger Than Evxand the Future is
Full of Hope. " . . ' .
Havana, Jan. 29. Gomez has written, a w ,.
letter to Governor General Bl-nco in rtplyV -
to the iatter'a proposition of peace on the'
basis of autonomy. In .IBlancoVs .letter he -sijated
that a steamer would be placed at,."
Gomez's exposal at any part of -the-Cuban. -
coast Gomez may designate, to transport ' ..."
MSi to any port outside of Cuba he may -
desire to go, and at the same time offering
such "monetary resources" as he mv ask .
ior -in--the -expenses of Une -trip and -the '.
madntainaneer of hi'mself and family in any
oreign 'land. Gomez ocpresse3 hLi sur-. -
prise that a geaeral commanding a Span
ish army could design to offer him a br.be'.
e re:ers-to thrf d-eath of his son, fivn-'
-iscoand di&clares he will live to avenge ' '
hia.death and finally achieve lnilepeid..n.ce . ,j
"or -the islaad, ijor which he "has lought",,'-;
.hirty years.,.- ,He concIii'de'S by dec arlng
M negdiations. off foreverv and says": "I"
amnoln aposiUon," 'lGeiierl -".Blincor
hichjrequires "that I should be looking- for
x steamer to take me from the island. You . -
iad "better look for a steamer, yourself, for.'
3f the two yoo need it aaost. .Up'.to, the, -
rescnday I-am on'.the winner's s.de. I
epresen.t arevolution that is 'Stronger than' -yitr,
after three years of, war.' . You repre- " ,".
ient Spain,, weaker- thain. "ever, humiliated.'
or. the American governmenitwiUi only a, '
iimited time fbefore you b-'whieh to end-".-r
his war. -j . - . -' .
"The days tOCome - are not - full ,'of r
threatendngs for, me,rbut they are full of
j.ope," and, -furthermore,'-wbhe your cause" .-
nas prejudice and tradition as Its only sup- '-
rt, the cause of Cuba, has thefu.l sym
pathy of the world over, of every lover-of--
justice and liberty."' " ' ,
THE NEW EAST RIVER BRIDGE.
New York, Jan. 29. The East River ;
Bridge Commission, have adopted" the:
plans and specifications of the towers sub
mi t ted by Chief Engineer Bock, and bids
i.or -the work. will be asked for at oncev - -
The estimated cost of the towers" is $700,
uOO. The commission also decided to re
tain Mr. Book permanently as chief en-,
gineer. - - - - .
: NEW 0.tK STOCKS. . t .
- iNew-Yofk, Jan. 29. To'-days prices In
the . stock mariiet showed -only fractional',
.nanges . from . Sterdayf wh'en the '. gold . -.fc-nitLnent
proved a bUil' factor, ' JsTew Jer-;"
seyjtJemjra'l closed to-day at 94,'Jew.
xork Central. lm; Chicago, 'Burlington & .'
-uin-cy aOO; iSoutnern Railroad, 9; pre-;
:erred, 31. -
NORTH CAROLINA GEMS. :
The - rare beauties of nature, so - well
represented in Western North Carolina,
are. becoming better known every day as :
people who are better, educated in the for-?;
mation and utility cf minerals have from '
time to time shown ' their appreciation ' .
these. Gems by using r them In U 'kind !..-
adornment." . ..r;-.-. ";v-
We have decided to close out'aome" of "
these gem's 'and -offer them at prices thai"
should' make them all sell in a very fsir .
days. r T s i
:04 tw offer:;,
One lot of, 41 gems at 60 cents each.' "
One lot of 40 jgems at 60 cents iclu;,
One lot of 169 gems at 75 cents each. -."-;." -",'
One lot of 40 ema at $1.00 each. "Xr A- "
One lot of 32 1 gems' at $1.25 each. 86l'-?
One'.lot of .5 gems at JL50 each. ' , , -One
.lot' of 3. gem at $2.00 each ' - V .
One lot of 5 gem at $2.50 each- Sold..
Onf lot-of 3 gems at $4.00 eacH."
tne gem or,$6.0."; : , - : .
V" . - ARTHUR M.' FIILD, v
V"- J . ' LEADING JEWELER
Church. Street and Patton -avnu, Act
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