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LANCASTER, PA., FKIDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1880
Price Twe Gmte.
Volume XYII-Ne. 45.
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Bathven & Msher
Offer their entire-stock of
at ami below Cost, with a view 1 discontinu
ing the READY-M AUK CLOTHING business,
ami devoting tlielr attention exclusively te
CLOTHING made promptly te order, ami
satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select
line of Clet lis, Cassimercs, Worsteds, Coatings,
.Suitings. Cheviots. Melten-, Overceatings,
Vcstlngs, &c. alwavs en band and orders re
spectfully 'solicited. AI-e, a general line et
RATKVOS & FISHER
Merchant Tailors and Drapers,
Xe. 101 North Queen .St., Lancaster, l'a.
SPECIAL. Tliese in want et Ready-Made
Clothing will consult their own interest by
giving them a call before purchasing else
where, a their Clothing are mainly et their
own manufacture ami substantially made.
MONDAY, OCTOBER lltli, 1880.
A Cemplctf Stock et
which for elegance cainiel lie &ni,).ii-!d. The
Largest As-eitmenl et
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
in this city. Price-, a- low as the lewclnt
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
We have new teidy ter "ah an Immense
Ml and Winter,
which are Cut and Tilmmcd in the Latent
Style. We can givu you a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
In gictt variety, made te 01 der at -hoi t notice
at the lowest prices.
D. B. Hostetter & Sed,
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
FALL AND WINTER
Te-day w c display a tull line el the Latest
Nevcltle in Overceatings far the
in all the New Coloring, with Silk Facings te
match; also a superior line et Heavy Weights
In New Designs.
Pur Beaver, Seal Skin. Elysianj
Mentanak, Ratina and
Deuble and Treble Milled, all the New Mix
tures. Tayler's EiiglisIiJWiiitrys,
In Plain ami Fancy Backs, Combination Col Cel
ors, all made up and trimmed in the highest
Style of Art.
SM ALI NG'S
THE ARTIST TAILOB,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
WM. P. PBAUjETTS
MONUMENTAL MARBLE "WORKS
758 Nertn yueeu Street, Lancaster, Pa.
MONUMENTS, HEA1 AND FOOT STONKS,
CEMETEKY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac.
All work guaranteed and satisfaction g en
ia every particular.
N. B. Kemember, works at the extreme end
.pi North Queen Btrept. m3i
riUlCSSES! TECSSIIS!: TRUSSES!!!
J. SulTcrers fremjtupturc will find the Fafest,
easiest and cheapest Trusses in the world en
exhibition and ler sale by
ANDUEW G. FREY, Dnigglst,
Cor. N. Queen and Orange SV, Lancaster, l'a.
Call and sec.
Alse, the only sure cure for Piles,
frey's UNIVEUSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
Never tails. Price. 50c. and 73c. a box.
A POSITIVE CURE FOR EPIZOO
TIC AND DISTE3IPER
PREPARED AND MLD ItY
CHAS. A. LOCHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
NO. 9 EAST KINO STllhKT. el.Mld
DLL'S DICUO stoke.
SULPHITE OF LIE.
I'Mll USING WITH
re:t s.AtE , i
HULL'S DRUG SIX )JiE
Ne. 15 WEST KINti STREET,
"I )0TKAIT.S OF
HANCOCK AND ENGLISH
Feralcnt THIS OFFICE.
SASHES FOR PARADES, TRIMMINGS FOR
SASHES, SADDLE CLOTHS, SHOUL
DER STRAPS, KELTS, Ar.
Neckties, Entirely New Styles.
NEW STYLE COLORS.
UNDERWEAR, GLOVES &c, Arc.
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
50 NOKT1I OUKCN STREET.
PREPARE FOR THE CAMPAIGN
We have Large Chinese Lanterns..
We have Muslin Flags et all sizes.
We have Streamers in abundance.
We liave Deuble Portrait- el Candidates -2
bv 18 inches.
"We have Single Portraits at.'ie ench.
We have in stock dilleivnt plrv et
We have a geed -upply et
We have Greek Fire.
We have Radges in .silk and Mc ml.
We take orders and supply all kinds et
Equipments te Clubs.
D. S. BU118K,
17 East Kins Street. Lancaster.
jiuusj; jrujtxisiuxii oeons.
FLIA'iN & BKENEMAN.
Would advise all Mho contemplate putting ill
HEATERS or making any alterations in theii
heating arranaements te de s-e at enee before
the rush et Fall Trade begin-".
TIIK MOST EEUAP.LE
lu the Maikcl at the
Flinii k Breneman's
GREAT STOVE STORE,
152 North Queen Street,
FO VXJiKRX AXli MA CHIXISTS.
1 S0ILER MANUFACTORY,
SHOP ON PLUM STREET,
OpresiTEiitK Locomotive Works.
The subscriber continues te manulactnre
BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES,
Fer Tanning and ether purposes
Furnace Twicrs, ,
Sheet-iron Werk, and
ittf Jobbing ptemptly attended te.
auglS-lydl JOHN 11EST.
JlOllKS, 1H.AXKHTS, JtC.
QICS OF THE BUFFALO HEAD.
KOBES! ROBES S!
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS
1 have new en hand the LAKauaT, BKbT ajjd
Cheapkst AsseimtisNT et Lined and Unlined
BUFFALO KOBES In the city. Alse LAP
AND HOUSE BLANKETS of every desenp desenp
tlen. A full line of
Trunks and Satchels,
Harness, "Whips, Cellars, &c.
S-ltepairing-ncatly and promptly dene.t
lOS Xertti tjueen. St., iMticnsier,
i'l RAIN SWSCULATIOSI
VT In large or small amounts. $25 or $ 20,000
Write W. T. SOULE & CO., Commission Mer
chants, 130 La Salic street, Chicago, 111., for cir
Epizootic Care w mm
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 22, 1880.
HIS RECORD OX THE TARIFF
Tlie Kepublican Candidate Kludcs a Re
porter Who Approaches Him With
a Serins of Harmless Interrog Interreg Interrog
Till: LATKST KfcFUIILICAN OUTHAUE
STOKY KNOCKED SKY HIGH.
FUN fei; DUSSEKT.
The Kaiihas City Keperter Who Get Things
Gariieid's Troublesome Tarift" Recerd.
At a recent meeting of the directors of
the National associated press, it was de
cided te dispatch a special ngeut of the
association te General Gat field's residence,
near Menter, for the purpose of making
every possible cA'ert te procure a brief and
concise statement en the tariff issues from
the Republican candidate. Mr. R. T.
Paine, jr., city editor of the Cleveland
Pres, was chosen te act in this capacity,
and visited the Garfield homestead with a
prepared list of questions, among which
were the following :
" Why, in 18G4, did you vote te reduce
the duty en railroad iron from eighty te
sily cents per hundred '."'
"Will you explain the following extract
from a speech delivered by you in 18CG,
and published in the Congressional Recerd
of the same year ? ' I am willing, as a com
promise, te favor the l eductien of railroad
iron. I think wc should also reduce the
proposed duty en salt, and have no doubt
in several ether particulars wc should re
duce the rate of duty.' "
" In 18GG you said, in answer te a speech
delivered by Thaddeus Stevens : 'Against
the abstract doctrine of free trade, as such,
very little can ee said. a.s;i incery n uas
much te commend it. It can never be ap
plied te values except in time of peace.' "
" During a debate in Congress in 1870 you
ate credited with saying : ' Ner will it be
denied that a large majority of the great
thinkers of the day are leading in the direc
tion of what is called free trade, and much
can be said in its favor." "
"In 1872 you voted 'yes' en a bill In which
it was proposed, en and after August 1,
te make a tcbate of ten per cent, of .all
duties en wool, iron and steel, and every
thing of like composition except cotteu
' What have you te say te a pamphlet
cii ciliated in Maine, in which it is stated
that in 1872 Congressman Lynch intro intre
ducedabill, which you supported, instruct
ing the secretary of the treasury te pay a
rebate, equal te the duties collected, en
nuts, belts and ether articles which enter
into the compesit ion of ships and ether
"Arc you a member of the Cebdcu free
trade club of England?'"
" Did you vote in 1870 for a i eductien
of the duty en pi4 iron two dollars per
"Did en vote en several occasions te
impose :i duty en tea and coffee, and de
fend such duty as the best way of raising
When Mr. Paine entered the residence
of Mr. Garfield he was shown into the
parlor, where a dozen or mere pcople were
found in waiting. Among these were
Majer McKinlcy. hi it.quiry it was learn
ed that Garfield nas closeted with a gen
tleman in an adjoining room, and subse
quently it was found te be Captain Henry
a special agent of the posteflice department
who is stationed at Cleveland, and who,
since the nomination, has acted as a body
guard te the candidate. He is found with
him en all occasions, and seems te thor
oughly understand the duties he is ex
pected te perform. If Mr. Garfield cannot
elude a rcpeitcr any ether way, Henry is
found ready te step in and break the charm
and carry off his master en some seemingly
very important errand. These two gentle
men were in consultation when dinner
was announced, and en invitation of Mrs.
Garfield, all, with the exception of Mr.
Paine, adjourned te the dining-room.
A few seconds later Mr. Garfield entered
the room whete Mr. Paine was seated, an
pcaring very much agitated. He talked
in a low and excited tone, and walked ner
vously about the iloer, followed closely by
Henry. Mr. Paine stepped forward and
asked for a few moments ptivate conver
sation, which the general seemed extreme
ly reluctant te grant. However, he walked
te the opposite side of the apartment, and
turning te his visitor said, almost gruffly,
"well what de yen want?"
Mr. Paine then stated the object of his
visit in as few words as possible, and as he
afterward said, was alarmed te see a se
vere and angry expression creep into tuc
face of Garfield, who said, in a hurried
undeitenc : " I shall say nothing. I never
say anything te anybody en political ques
tions. ' What I have te say I say in pub
lic." "De you refuse te give the voters of the
country your exact position en these
issues ?" was the next question, whereat
the distuibcd candidate said, sharply :
" I refuse te say anything at all."
" The Democracy claim you have been
inconsistent," began Mr. Paine, but be
fore he could proceed any further, Gar
field turned about, and with the words,
"Excuse ine, geed day," lushed away in
het and ill-mannered haste. The news
paper man waited for an hour or mere in
the hope of finding the general in better
humor, but it availed him nothing. The
Republican leader carcluiiy avoided mm,
and up te the hour of the reporter's leev
ing, continued in earnest and evidently
unpleasant conversation with his man
HotrOne or the Leading Men of the Nertn
Takes the Cever On" of a Pretended
IlechCbtcrN. Y., L'nien and Advertiser.
Among the Southern papers that come
te our table is the Times, published at
Florence, Seuth Carolina. Its issue of a
late date contained a leading editorial, oc
cupying ever three columns, in refutation
of an alleged autrage said te have been
perpetrated upon a Northern man, one W.
B. Bell, who claimed te be a 'traveling
agent ler Messrs. II. H. Warner &e., of
this city, The man Bell aforesaid wrote
:i scurrilous letter te the Lcwisten (Mifflin
county, Pa.) Gazelle, while traveling and
deinr business at the Seuth, in which he
inveighed strongly and at length against
Southern law, Southern actions and South
ern people. Subsequently en his return
North, in an interview with a reporter of
the Pittsburgh (Pa.) Telegraph he gave a
detailed account of an alleged ' ' outrage ' '
that had been perpetrated upon him imme
diately following the publication of this
letter. In this interview he stated that he
was beset by ever one thousand men,
driven into a corner, and only saved from
lynching by the remarkable bravery which
he displayed. The editor of the Florence
Times characterizes Bell's letter as a
fabrication, states that Bell had denied
its authorship when in Florence, and in
strong terms denounces Bell as a base
Yesterday a representative of the Union
was dispatched te interview Mr. Warner
and ascerta'n if he was in possession of
the exact facts of the case and if se what
these facts arc. He found Mr. Warner in
his place of business, and after obtaining
an audience inquired :
Reporter Can you give me any inform
ation in regard te a man by the name of
Bell, who reports himself as in your era
ploy, and has been traveling through the
Mr. Warner I have no such man iu my
employ new. He was dismissed some time
since for reasons best known te myself.
R. What was he doing while in your
Mr. W. Selling safes and advertising
my Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and-ether
R. De you knew anything about an
outrage alleged te have been perpetrated
upon him in Seuth Carolina ?
Mr. W. Yes, I knew about an alleged
outrage, but I never have been able te
learn of any real one.
R. Yeu think, then, that any state
ments this man Bell may have made re
garding any outrage or ill treatment at
the Seuth are false ?
Mr. W. I de.
R. On what de you base your opinion ?
Mr. M. First, my investigation of the
case. After looking into this matter ther
eughly I became convinced -that if Mr.
Be7l had received any rough usage it was
his own fault, aud because he was in a
condition which rendered him unfit te dis
tinguish between hospitable aud inhos
pitable treatment. My investigation con
vinced me that there was no public demon
stratien or mob at the time and place he
mentions, and that any difficulty which
may have occurred was a personal brawl
between himself and some ether men, the
same as is liable te occur in the streets of
any city. In fact, I am convinced that
the whole reported outrage was gotten up
te cover private difficulty. Second, I have
been selling my goods by traveling nten for
the last tcu years, aud keeping between
liftv and one hundred men traveling
through the Seuth all the while except dur
ing the summer months. The treatment
they have received has always becu both
kind and considerate, and such as has con
vinced me that Southern hospitality is net
a mere name but a reality
R. Hew long was Bell . iu your cm
Mr. W. Between HO and GO days : wait
a moment and I will give yen the exact
It. Never mind, that is near enough.
Are your men still traveling through the
Seuth advertising your Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure and selling safes ?
Mr. W. Mere extensively than ever be
fore. It. De they report any ill treatment or
animosity towards Northern enterprise?
Mr. W. -On the contrary, my sales were
never se great as at the present time my
men never received better treatment, and
it is my opinion that the people of the
Seuth arc as cool headed and reasonable
as any ether community in any ether part
of the land.
Frem the above interview it would seem
that the statements made by the man Bell
are base fabrications, and en a par with
similar stories, which have been and are
floating about the country. Mr. Warner
is a gentleman whose standing in this
cemmuuity is second te none, and his ex
tensive business specially fits him te speak
with authority upon this subject, as his
house has a larger force travelling through
the Seuth than any ether institution in the
country. His statement, both with re
gard te this particular specimen "outrage,"
and generally, will be accepted as conclusive
wherever he is known.
The Ambidextrous Reporter.
Kansas City Times.
There is a reporter at the limes office
who writes with equal rapidity with cither
hand. He is an ambidexter, and a bold,
bad one at that. When there is a rush of
work at the office, and the devil is shout
ing "ceppce" like a fiend incarnate, this
useful reporter sits down at his desk in
full company front, and with a pencil in
each hand slings off local happenings by
the yard. He writes en two sheets at once,
aud don't let his right hand knew what It's
left hand is driving at, but it's driving all
the same. Recently he get a little off bis
mental base, and attempted te write up a
deg fight aud a wedding in high life at the
same time. He get things mixed. His
hands ran clear away with the gray mat
ter in his sknll, and things became terribly
confused. This is the way his items tele
scoped each ether : At Grace church last
night the nuptials of Air. Themas Jehnsen
aud Miss Julia Lawrence were celebrated
in most magnificent style ; a costly Heral
horseshoe being directly ever the altar,
and when the yellow cur saw the llamcs
of anger darting from the eyes of the brin
dle fyste, he opened with the strains of
the wedding march. As the handsome cou
ple walked down the aisle the excited crowd
bean te get frantic, and there' were yells
of "Sick 'em Bull," "athiranew, Tewscr,"
as the spectators became interested in the
fight. The bride was elegantly attired in
pure white' garments of the most costly
fabric, aud she were the traditional white
veil aud wreath of orange blossoms had him
by the neck, and his tongue began te loll
out aud his eyes te turn somersaults as if
in the customary black dress suit, white
gloves, cars cropped close te his head. He
was a disreputable looking deg in the be
ginning, and ought te have been whipped
ter being se homely. He is of geed fam
ily, and is engaged in one of the most
extensive manufacturing establishments
in the West. But the yellow cur seemed
te be getting the advantage, as he
new succeeded in getting the death grip
en the threat of the big brindle,
and when he tenderly kissed the bride, ac
cording te the ancient custom, his back
was covered with mud, and his off hind
leg was terribly chewed up. Among the
costly presents received by the happy pair
were a fine grand piano from the father of
the bride, hair had been scalded from his
back, and one eye seemed te have been
struck with an auger. After a short bridal
tour the happy couple will settle down te
one of the hardest fought battles
the reporter ever witnessed, and it
was difficult te tell which deg had
been punished worst. The fight ended
at 4:48 after being bitterly contested at
the residence of the bride's parents, and
he was taken te his owner's home in a
wheelbarrow, ne will probably never re
cover, and if he does will be totally blind,
besides being permanently lame in the left.
hind leg ; the beantnui Driae rccciveu me
congratulations of a host of friends. The
groom is ene of our most premising young
men, and his owner dreads the possibility
of losing him as he fears that he can never
replace him. The father of the bride is
one of our wealthiest merchants, and the
yellow fyste limped off with a knowing
leek in his eye anil a saucy curi in nis tan,
as much as te say. "Who else wants te
The ambidexter was summarily "fired."
Opened this day a large stock of tha above
goods, te which special attention Is Invited.
Silk and Cotten Velvets
FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS.
BLACK AND COLORED SATINS
FOB TRIMMING, &c
Black and Colored Cashmeres.
We have all the above goods In lull supply,
and te be sold at our usual Lew Prices.
Next Doer te the Court Heuse.
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open the latest novelties in French,
Kuglili ami American
KllEXCII riAllS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
SUITINGS, SIDE B AXDS, CASHMEKK-
FOULE, MOMIE CLOTIIS, FLAX-
Haveju-it received from Xew Yerk Impert
cis a line et Cloaks, Deluiuns and Jackets in
the Latest Style for Ladies and Misses.
Itlack and Celers, Plain and Fancy, In Large
3-Ve Invite examination.
New Styles of CARPETS.
New Styles of WALL PAPER.
New Styles of DECORATIONS.
New Styles of OIL CLOTHS,
New Styles of WINDOW SHADES.
New Styles of QUEENSWARE.
New Styles of DECORATED WARE.
New Styles of FINE LAMPS.
New Styles of GLASSWARE.
New Styles of CORNICES.
New Styles of CURTAIN POLES.
An Elegant Stock In all Departments.
J. B. HARM & CO.,
Cerner West King and Princa Street?,
C1I1XA AJfD OLAH8WAR.
GLASS HAND aud STAND LAMPS,
FANCY PARLOR LAMPS.
NICKEL PLATED SAFETY LAMPS,
NICKEL PLATED LIBRARY LAMPS,
NICKEL PLATED HALL LAMPS,
NEW STYLE Jf AKLUK LAJlfS,
At prices te suit everybody, at
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KINO STBEET.
All kinds of lleuss Painting and Graining
done at the shortest notice and in the best pos
sible style. We have reduced enr prices te
$1.75 per day. Shep en West Charlette street.
OCttiMmd ALXEN GUTHRIE & SONS.
WHAT TO WEAR!
We have catalogued below a very few of
THE POPULAR STYLES IN DRESS GOODS,
m Taken at random from our immonse stock of AUTUMN DRESS TEX
TURES. Extreme styles have been purposely emitted.
Wc show the
MOUCUOIR OK HANDKERCHIEF GOODS,
In All Weel, Weel and Silk, Tricot. Fenic and
At all nricea.
TRICOTS AXD SHOODES,
With fancy satin borders.
In Tricot, Cadimcre, Memie and Racket
Weaves. In the
Lewer Priced Plaids
We have a superb assortment in
At 20, 25, 31. 37K and 60 cents.
Comprising some really beautiful style, and
Including some genuine bursal ns.
In Ladies' Dress Cleths
We show a vast variety of
FOULES, CASHMERE DE I.I.VDK
In Foreign Goods,
5-4 AND G-l FLAXXEL CLOTHS,
Of domestic make.
Made expressly for our own counters.
Solid Celer French Fabrics
MAXY XEW THINGS
IX MOM I ES.
IX POWDER CLOTHS.
l?i UiEA.MTK UI.U11IS
j.M U11U1 ir.ll ,1ICL.1VS.
Each in leurteen colors. 'eeninrisiiiir all the
newest shades of llrenze, Olive, Prune, Gre
nnt, Saphir, Ac.
Cashmere and 'Merine Depart
ment. We show
3MXCH CASHMERES, ALL COLORS,
.II-INCH CASHMERES, ALL COLOKS,
t 50 (?tM
S5-1XCH CASHMERES, ALL COLOKS,
Ss-IXCH CAsYiMEREsYaLL COLORS,
4IMXCH CASHMERES, ALL COLOKS,
Should you desire te examine any of the abeve and cauuet spare the time nec
essary for a visit te Philadelphia, we shall he pleased te send you samples and fill your
orders through our
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT.
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
EIGHTH & MARKET STREETS,
A new room and elegant stock. A tull line or
in Geld and Sliver Cases, at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Beautiful wedding gifts In
Jewelry, Diamonds, Bronzes, Silverware, and French Clocks.
the best in the world.
OUR MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
is as complete as any In the larger cities. We manufacture Rings, Masonic Marks, Society
Pins, Jewelry et all kinds. Diamond Mounting and any special or odd piece-. In any desired
MOXOGRAMMING and Fine Jewelry and Watch repairing a spi-eialt v. All work warranted.
Call and examine our stock and leave your repairing with
Zahm'tt Cerner, Lancaster, Fa.
iw Fall Cloaks and Dress Goods !
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
have received a large Invoice or CLOAKS AND UOI.MAN3 at prices that must commend at
New Fall Shades In all Weel Cashmeres, Memie Cleths. Shooda Cleths and Flannel Suit
ings. .1 ust opened an Elegant Line et French and English l'laldsand Novelties ler combi
nation suits. Special Value in
Black Cashmeres, Black and Colored Silks, Black and Colored
Velvets, Trimming Silks, Brocaded Silks and Velvets.
lllaelcaiid Colored Satins In (.rent Variety, at the
NEWT YORK STORE.
GrAKFIELD VS. HANCOCK.
FALL CAMPAIGN OF 1880
New opened and the battle has commenced and rages fiercely, and while there may be
some doubt In the minds et many persons as te who wlU be the next President et the United
States, there can be no doubt in the mind of any person In want of CLOTHING as te where
can be bought the cheapest and the best, cither in Ready-made or Made te Order.
MYERS & RATHFON,
Centre Hall, Ne. IS East King Street, the Great Cletkiag Enperitim.
The second story room Is packed brim full with the greatest variety or READY" MADE
CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS AND CHILDREN, all our own manufacture. They,
are well made, well trimmed, and the goods are all sponged before they are made up In gar
ments. MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AS LOW AS $12.00.
Our Piece Goods fill the first fleer te Its utmost capacity, and Is nicely arranged, se aste
give the purchaser the advantage el seeing the whole stock in a very short space et time. W
are nrcpared te make up te order at the shortest possible notice aud at the most reasonable
price. Our stock has been bought for cash and wMbe sold at a very small advance. Kuy yenr
Clothing at Centre HaU and save one profit. Call and examine our giant stock and save money.
' MYERS & RATHFON,
ye. 12 EAST KIXG STREET,
We believe that the above wlllibe round te
be the best assortment et coteringscver shown
In Philadelphia, ami at the lowest prices ter
LUPIN'S COLORED MER1XOS,
At 50, fty$ and 75 CU,
At 62, 73 cU.. and I1.U0.
MEDIUM PRICED DRESS GOODS
We made very large and desirable contracts
with manufacturers, and have many things
that -cannot be found elsewhere in the Unleil
MOMIE CLOTH, at 02J4 cts.
44 inches Wide and Excellent Value.
POWDER CLOTHS at 73 cts.
41 Inches Wide nod Choice Colorings.
MOM IK CLOTH ut 30 cts.
M inches Wide, Splendid Weight,
MOMIE CLOTH at ::i eta.
22 Inches Wide, worth 37Ji eis.
WOOL FACE CASHMERE at :J7icts.
a; Inches Wide, Geed Value.
GRAX1TE CLOTHS a-37 cts.
:H inches Wide, Very Cheap.
UROCADES lit Sifts.
:tl Inches Wide, Werth 57i ct.
SS inches Wide, Choice Designs.
ALPINE TRICOTS at 31 ets.
23 Inches Wide. Very Stylish.
PI NOR ETTA MOM I ES at 25 cts.
il inches Wide. New and Choice styles.
300 Pieces .
MOM1ES AXD ARMURES at 20 ets.
22 inches Wide. Elegant Xew Dwlgns.
ALL-WOOL DRESS CLOTIIS at 23 cts.
23 Inches Wide, in Blue, Green. Brown, Grav
and Plnm Celers.
We have several lets et goods bought Irem
manufacturers and Importers at "' prices, te
close which, and te stimulate trade this early
in the season, we shall make the follewiug
special prices: We nnme
GERMAN' FANCIES nt 20 ets.
Never hctere sold le.s than 31 ets.
: ERM AX FANCIES at 23 ets.
Cost te Impert 31 cts.
4 ARMURES at 62 cts.
lu black ami colors, cost 83c. te manufacture.
-4 CHEVRONS at labels.
Would be cheap at S7J Jets.
EDW. J. ZAHM.