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THE EUGENE CITY GUARD.
BAll'liDAY AI'lilL Hi. tli'Jil.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TK.'KKT.
For State Beuutor It. M. VEATCII
( ....L. IllLYKU
Fur Representative I. , . . K. V. COLEM AN
For Clerk 0. I. HOUSTON
For Sheriff JAMES F.. NO -AND
Eor CominUaiuner JAM EH FAKKKK
For Aoor . . T. J. Mi TliKltKON
For Trtuum JOHN . DAY
For School Siipi...D. A. W. I'ATTEHHON
For Surveyor I.. K. WOOI.EY
For Coroner Da. W. T. McMUlTlU
State Democratic Ticket.
A telegram to tin Gdahii Friday give Ibe
ticket douiIuU1 Ht I'ortluud Tliuriluy in
follow : ltolwrt M illur, of Jackson cituniy,
for congre; Kjlveater I'enuoyer, of Multuo
mull, for governor ; V. M. Towtiai-nil, of
Uke, for atcretary of Hate; 0. W. Webb, of
Umatilla, for treasurer: II. F. Dunham, of
Marion, for iiiremeju(l(jc; A. I.e ltoy, of
Linn, for tuperinlvudent of public- instruc
tion; John O'Brien, of Lune, for state print
er; T. O. Owen, of Coon, for prosecuting
attorney of tbe eeooud Judicial district.
Tbe ticket is etroug oue. Every section
of tbe itete 1 represented. Tbo pnlilioiil
cyclone that ba been striking tbe east in
recent elections will aid iu edvuiicing this
ticket uext Juue.
Oreguii lit ltlll.
A copy of tbe Interior, ptildubed at Chica
go, oolitalue aii article beaded "Oregon iu
1841 aud 1H8U," which U full of intercut,
and to tboae not familiar with llio fucte
would astouUh maty. It show tlnit in Con
gres Id 1814 Mr. Dayton, of New Jersey,
auade tbe following remark aliout Oregon,
aud were he alive now to uiuke them be
would receive one of the dement castlg.
tioua imaginable for lying aliout ptirhap Ibe
luott promising aection of tbe United States:
"With tbe exception of lurid ulong tbe
Willamette and a few wnkr courses, the
whole country i among tbe most Irrecluim
able, barren waate of which we have read.ex
M'pt tbe desert of Suhara. Nor la this tbe
worat; the climate ia ao unfavorable to
human life that the natives have dwiudled
away nuder the malaria to a degree which
defiee all hiatory to furnish a parallel, Of
all tbe countriel on tbe face of the earth it
ia the luait favored by Heaven, It in Ibe
mere riddlinga of creation. Russia hue her
Siberia, F.ngluud her llotuuy Bay, aud if tbe
United Stalei abould ever need a country
where to banlah her roguea and acoundrcle
tbe utility of Oregon would be manifest. Hy
water ita diatauoe la 18,000 wiles, and by
laud 6,000, We are nearer the remote
nalioni of Euroie tbau to Oregou. Tulk of
steam couiniunicaliou. Who la to build a
railroad avroaa 2500 milua of pruirie, of
deaert and of mountain, aud who la to aup.
ply the lueau. The mine of Mexico and
l'eia dleemboweled would hnrdly pay n peu
uy in the pouud of coat."
Other epeakora were a acvcre. A London
paper laid, "the whole territury in depute
i not worth i:20,0iKl." The Edititnig Ito
view aaid, "the deaert extern! from the
Mexican border to the Columbia." One
Captain Slurgia aaid Ibat "rutlier than to
hare now elate beyond tbe ltoeklea tbe
Union would be belter off if Oregon would
link Into the Syiuiue' bole." Even Tbo.
A. Benton mid the god Terminua abould bo
aot on the Buckle. Senator MuDulTy, of
South Carolina, aaid be would nut t;iv a
pluch of iuuIT fur Ibe whole territory. He
thauked Ood for the merciea of Ibe ltocMua,
Then lb writer aaid: "What would Day-
ton and Ileulon think if (hey could tnke
Pullman at Chloago to-day and visit tbe
Oregon of 1889." Further, "The hiatory of
the I'aclflo elope aiuca that debute Iu Con
(re ol IB 14 ha been tuurvolouabeyoud any
precedent in tbe annate of Ibe race," Thru
ha joca on tu ahow "what (be mere riddling
of creation" havn become, aud a we al
know, it I uot uocewtary to repiatit, Hear
hi peroration, for he I a Citlifuruiuii: ' Let
the reader of the Interior look luwaid the
aetting eun aud reallie what an empire la
growing up there to be kiawd duily by the
lingering beutu ere he sink into Ibe oreiiu
to rle upon Ibe far Orient. We of ('alitor,
nia are proud of our northwestern inter
tat. We irjoice uiod heartily Iu tlclr
prosperity aud their prospect."
Old Kwl-Fout Killed.
Tbl old bear who ha beeu a terror to the
stockmen, of Jacksou, Klamath aud SisM
you countie, ha at last beuu killed. Jit. E,
Covin, of Heuley, write these purliculuis lo
tbe Yreka Journal:
Hilly Wright, aud a boy uauied lleun,
killed the celebrated g'iiy.ly ''Club Foot"
onaduy lt week iboul 7 mile from hem.
The cattlemen of tbi vicinity had a bounty
of f7& ottered, aud I unite-aland a bounty ol
1100 or more waa ottered 111 Southern Ore
gon, Wright and llean found hia track ul
a, in., aud followed it until noon, when
they located him Iu a thicket of acrub oak,
uear Diehl Springs, ltrnk were rolled
duwo the hill, aud the bear ruin out. lloth
tired at the aame time, aud the guuly full,
but immediately got up agam aud alerted
for the boy. II got withiu thlrtv or forty
feet of them, aud dropped dead. Tu boi
were fired, aud all were found In In body,
Iwo piug through hia heart. He iue
ured leu luche between tbe rr and 14
iucbea (run no to top of head. The toe
were cut off in a trap even or eiht year
ago, which gave hiiu the nam of "ulub
loot." Ill track wa uutuiatnkeahle, and
ha ha killed hundred of dolUv worth
of cattle in tbi viciuity aud Southern Hie.
gou. iu lb pt twelve jear. lie weiulied
over 1,400 pouud. The liy kkUininl iuiu
car'ully, aud iuteud haviug lb hide (lulled
for exhiuiciou. llebatbeeu systematically
hitutej for, td taveral year, aud ealtle-uieu
couaider Ihi a lroke of good luck, that he
bu beeu killed at hut.
In tli Circuit Com tof sut ( t)irx-vu tr
tli Canity uf I Jin.
Until H Uuderkiug, I'laintltt,
Oeo jkiiderkln(. lrfriuUut
To Ueo Ijiadirking, tli ! atiutd de-
1NTHK NAMK OK THE STATE OK
Oregon you are linel.y niDinKiuxl and re
luiml t 'r and auawer pUmtirl our
plaint tiloa in lb alwve entiUnd ml in wud
wvurt o nr hefor tli firt day uf tli neit rrtf
ii I w Urm at wid curt, it belli' the 1Mb day 4
.Ilia. IC'.W, tu be held at the Court llo'iw
Euyen, 1-ane County, Oregon. And )ru are
hereby B.iUl.ed tlit if you fail i U aprar
and aiwer aaid oomiiUnit a herein riilrrd,
III plaintitf will i'ly to tli aaid uoiirt lor the
relief ueiuauiled la laid anibiiit, Bauiely,
(or a darra ol divorce di Junn the Birru'
eutitrai't Uunt Iwtwvra you and uid
plaiutilt aud lorouiid (lil)iiriiinU of tliu
i it aad uch oilier rlmf a tuiy I niuiulilr,
1'ki auniuion U pullihd la the Enn City
Ui ann lor alx eucxTwiir wmIi, by unlr ol
Hod. K S IWan. JudK ul aaid Cmrt, wl.kr,
order v nad at cliawtier, and bear date,
April 25th, I8.X
W. 4 M. FAPHEX.
At-rry for (.Uintiil.
Kud April 23, ItWH
School STATinnc. Slat MiA Super
intendent MeElroy ba received many ol the
annual report of Die tuperinteudenU of tbe
wveriil cuiiiitie. Monnw county' cenu-;
ahow Vili pcrwiu in the county between
I he tfeol lour and Iweuty, and K01 Irgnl
voter 1or kchool purponett; Wacbingtou,
Vl'i children. i voter; Oraut, 17J1 and
loail; Wallowa, 10I1 andtHi; Colnmbia.l.WH
andH.V.'; Mulbimr, HOII and WX; CUckamaa,
58J8nii.l illl.O; l'olk, t.n: aud K'Jl; Mull
nomub, Vi.'i'A aud Sherman, 0'j7 and
4H; I.inn, (1105 and IKI'Jl; Yamhill, VM and
218-1; Jucknon, 4:11-1 aud W'2; Cliitnop,
2Di;8 aud l-TI; UmalilU, ihiJ and 2 1-0 J;
Klauinth, 870 mid CEI; tiiHiam. aud
UIH; Joseiliine, 1711 and H-Ki; Harney, 'U't
aud 400; llentou, 'HIS aud 1410; Marion.
7'.) 18 aud iWl.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for tbe County of Eaue.
Euiiliaiiia Anwui, Henry KiIiiiiinmiii, Frank
Ediriiirion, Anna Edmuuiuiu, Kanny WmmI
ward, Variau Farley, Sarah Farley, Jane
CoaUwortli, John Eilniuimon, ilufua El
Martha Sleniena, Defendant,
Suit in eiiity for the partition and ale of real
rilO MAIir'HA SI.EMEN.S.TIIE AltOV'K
.1 named left: lu the name of the Stat
ol Orexon, you ar herebv iimiuueil to apear
in aid court n or Iwfor tli iwciind Monday
iu .lime, 1 '.U, ami answer tli vomplaint of the
1'IUU tiled tliereiu, or Judgment will be taken
for the relief prayed lor lu the complaint,
namely: fur the aula of the following ileacrihed
real proierty aituatrd in tli County of 1-aue,
State of Ortoon, to-wit:
The Wet VI ol the N. W. 1 4 ami the N W
1 'i ol the W 12 of H W 1 4 of Secl, and the N
1 2 of the V. VI ol the S E 14 of Section M iu
Towunhlp 17 South, Itauge 4 Went, containing
AU.ithWntl 2oftheNW 14 and the
W VI of the H W 14 ol Hw tion 27, and the E
12 of the H K 14 and the E 12 of tli N E
1-4 of Section 28, In Township 17 S, 11 4 W,
Aim th North Fractional iart of the N W
1 4 of Section 4, and the North rraetionid
part of the N W 1 4 of the N E 14 of Section
4 ill Towu.hil. IK S, It 4 Went. Al.o the S W
1-1 and the W 1 2 of the S E 14 of Section DM,
in Towudiip 17 ti, K 4 W, containing 323.14
acre ol laud.
Alao the E 12 of the N W 14 and the W 1 2
o'. the N K I 4 and the N E 14 uf the H W
14, and the N W 14 of the S E 14, aud the
hroctional N K 14 of the S K 14, aud the
Frai tioual E 1 2 of the N E 14 of Section fi,
iu i'uwiniliip 1H S, it 4 W, conUiuing 32V
acre, more or lew.
A lie. the S E 1 4 of the S W 1 4 of Section
:U, and the S W 1 4 of the S W 14 of Section
31, In Towndiip 17 S, It 4 W, ami the Frau
lioiml N K 14 of the N E 14 of Sectiou 4 and
the Fractional N 1 2 of the N W 1 4 of Sec
tiou :i, and the Fraetlonal N 1 4 of the N E
14 of Section 3, in l uwuaiiip 18 S, it 4 W,
containing 1M.32 acre.
AU.i the N K I 2 of the N E 14 of Sectiou
X in Town.hip 17 S, 1(4 W. Beginning at
the N E cor. of the N E 1 4 of ail Sec. 33,
running theuce South HiO roU, thence Wet
Ml roda, thence North IliO rod, tlirnc Eaat
HO hnl to Ih place ol beginning, containing
HO acre of land.
Auto commencing in the Tnwnnhlp line be
tween T 17 and iH S, It 4 W, 20 chain
South, Kl degree, 20 minute. E of corner, to
Se-liou 3 and 4 in Tp IH S, it 4 W, aud 33
and 31, Tp 17 S, It 4 W, theuce running S HO
degree, 20 luiniitea, E 2.68 chain to the Et
boundary ol County Survey No, ll.ri, theuce
North ill Section 34, Tp 17 S, It 4 W, 00.00
chain to N E corner ol County Survey No
1 l.'i, thence went 2. M clniin, theuce eolith 00
chain to the placo ol beginning, containing
IA. IH acre land.
AUo Eot No 4 and ft of Section IH, and
Lot 5 of Sectiou 7, iu T.wn.hip 17 S, It 3 W,
aud Eot 7 of Sectiou 12, and IM oue of Sec
tiou 13, and Fractional N E 1 4 of the N K
14 of Nection 13, lu Towuahip 17 S, H 4 W,
couUining iu all 13. IA acre, being the dona
tion lnd claim ol A S Canton aud wife, Noti
That the proceed of al be divided accord
ing to the rexiieolive right uf the partie I'lllf'
lid lelt. ami for micli other aud further re
lief a to the court may aeeiu eiiullabl aud
It la ordered by tbe Hon. 1L S. llean, Judge
of uid court that aiimmoua n aerved apou
you by piihllcation III the EniiKNK Ouahii for
ii uucee.lve week. Jiated April 21th, 1HMI.
liKii. 11. llUldtl.S,
Atty. for ritir.
Letter foi the following peramt remalued
nmall'd for a the poatoltlu In Eugene City,
Oregon, April 2o, lll'JO:
Kailey, Frank Hrown, Annie
Carey, J W 3 Curl, Hyror.
F.ckletoii, A O Finher. Tom
Ohize, W T tlray, Mrtin
Grim, Ck)i Join-, Mr
Lain, I) C F Mounel, Simon E
reterx.n, Miea L I Stewart, II W
Taylor, Mr. Li Wilkiunou, K L
Willi.imH, .lob ii
F. W Okiiom, F. M.
! Tho Celebrated French Cure,
iur.:.ie. ADUPfiniTINF" "'. ."7
tl HIIUUIIIIll- rellllioeil.
I. Hoi.b ox a
lo eure any
i;eMe, or my
iliuinler of tbe
eueratlro or- AFTER
ti. ol either lex whether arUlug from tbe
liri-Miveuavof Htliniilaul, Toli eo or Opium,
ar through youthful ludlncretlon, over Indulg
tuee, Ae inch ai l ol Ilrln Power. Wakeful
new. liearlngdowu I'alu In the Hack, Hemllud
Weaknen., Ilynterla, Nervom 1'ro.trallou Noetum
l KiiiImIoii., U-ueorrho . Mailniin, Weak Mem
orv, lof Power and liui'itency, which If ue
glecte.1 often lead to preinatnreold age and Imam
ily. 'rlect."0ahox,llboxefor.00 Heut by
mall on receipt ol price.
A tV It ITT F.N lit'AllANTKK la given lor
every f. KM order reeelvi-d, to refund the money if
a I'eriiiauelit cure I. not effected.
Wu linve thoiimiuila of teitimoiilala from oM
ud young, of both Kin, who have been peruia
neiilly cured by the line of ArilKoPlTIK.
Clrrulvr free. AddreM
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
1IOX 27, POUTLAMJ, OR
lii i. in
w r Mr1-
Having purchased the
wo call the attention of
the public to tho fact
that wo will keep on
will he sold to our pat
rons at the lowest rates.
NOTICE FOlt rUHLICATlON.
Land Office at lloaeburg, Or ,
April 'li, IWll),
ATOTICELS HEHE1IY tilVEN THAT
1 1 the following numed aettler bo filed no
tice of her intention to make final Drool in
upMirt of her claim, and that nid priMif will
lie made before the Judge or in hia alxence
hefor the Clerk of the County Court of Lane
County, Oregon, nt Eugene City, Oregon, on
luemluy .Inly l.i, lH'.i, vi.: Mary Ann Hoi
land, widow and helrat-lnw nf I J Holland,
decil.. Hoineateail Entry No 41181. for the W
1 ol S W 14 and N K 14 of 8 W 14 Sec IK,
i n 1HS, Ko Weat, VY H.
She name the following wltneaae to prove
her contiuuou reeideiiee iimui ami cultivation
ol aanl laml, via: If Ji llayea, Jainea Job, M
Cauoilay, 8 Y AbUitt, all ol Crow, Lane Co,,
Chad. W. Joiimhton, Keguter.
rr Li up) i in rvr,
ASTORIA REAL ESTAE PROPERTY,
Nulimlay, May 17, IS!)0,
At the Ileal E.tate otlic of (IF.O. M. M1I.LKK. ill Ma.onio Teuiide. El'UKNK. OI!E
UON, Sulii at 2 o'clock I', M. Every tenth lot to Ihi given awayi drawing to come oil'
at time ul aale.
'i'u II'Aoiii if .Vuy ComYni:
Tbi i to oertify that 1 made the .urvey of I'owcr' Addition, placiug the block and
tieet atakea, and that the treeta, block aud lota are aa reprvaeuted on plat. Further,
that tbe tract couUiua 47 22 100 acrea of level meadow lamia, having no hill or canyon
ou It. II. VEI.L, Civil Engineer, A.torio, Oregon.
yro P f M C To the place where you can get
I CO UUIll L value received; wlioro there is & linn that
will treat you white ami you will get all you pay for. Do you
not know that when a man conies to your house with a team
ntul a sewuur machine aiul lut.s it iu your house to sell it to you
that he has to make a biirger profit on it than a tlealer w ho Joes
not have to pay a man and a team, and feed the team.
These fellow wear diamond with tilt) money tluy virtually atcal from tint
furinnm. 1 caution kit person Kgninst lliee everluHtinj; awindlcra and liara,
wliich I ansci t llicre ia no nirana too low fur (li to report t to make a sale of
their machine, ami then when you havn bought that machine you will find out
to )our aorrow (hat you are not ilcalini with liim but with hoiiix company, and
they will put you to the wall or take the) machine; lci-k and you will loan all you
Imve paid on it. Now why do you not buy of a linn that buy and m'II machinci
tin' fcuinea other gooilaf Thia tho Harkcr Ouit Work tliw.
V. carry In .t.xk at all lime Ih IoMKS'lTC aud 1AVIS, the lt niahinee IX THE
WOULD. Tli Im t'Mk mm
GOLD M I)ATS
Thau any other macliln at th Fari Eitioa in lvA Th IHIMESTIC uee.1 no wm
ui.ii Ution, a. It ia an old reliabl eniwny and ha alwav k-ivu aati.fa. tiou. 1K not buy
until you hv e.mul'.ed m anl loeked at my machine. I w 1 11 mii you money and thai ia
worth your tim Iovoim aud tr. l'riee of Ih SU and lMntic are trom (.tj up, I Vh,
and flO iiioi ua tin. ol monthly paymeut. 0.l aole at eaah price with interest Ukea.
Com and e th Kin Fihin Ta.kl. Trout (lie tied on Ceutral 1'raujht Sproat ll.k.
jAt 40 Cents Per Dozen.Ii
I'heM ar a Hue My aud cannot be hoohl elwwhare lor r thia 7.1 ct wr don. leaders
Lin., I'olo aud Kel at very low price. Couie and buy where your money will go th
I ali hate a very nice line of CrUt at all u-l.'w.
I'm. boy. wit , iron ule, buolwd hu), at 9 L 10; never btor orTeml for lea ll.Ti. Small
wok-oa at W ru.
Our line of Jhibr Carriages is the Largest and Cheapest.
Come and see them.
1 4VSJ Wincheler, daudy; nearly B.w $11 00
1 4tM"0 Marliu; a good ksc-a about gnw 7.W)
1 :tS-40 Wiucheater, a good ahuoling and iu good onler 8.00
1 l'J guag double breech-loader, B.w, at (pcil tTn-e V 00
-t v a X' i v t K-
.1. ' s a '-it ;s X' it $ m ar
From oO cent to $3.00 em-h, in Lawn
Teiiuia aud French Flunnel iu plain and
filliped uiuterial huudouiely lucked and
belled in at waiif, idao looae HlouKei.
A full aiworlmcut handomely trimmed iu
I'luck and colored, from 75c to $1 5 J each.
The moat complete amortiiieiit ol Ladle'
Kid Cloves iu both dresHed nud uiulressed
Kiddlove. Momlaire iu black aud tan
asHorlment; 10 button length and alao 4
button tiudieeao 1 iu black uud colotg. The
otdobraled Foater'l Oi .ke iu black, biowo,
Inn and alate, and a complcto line of fabric,
glove iu Silk, TiirTlcluK, Li-!o uml Collou, in
black aud apring ahnde unJ luce and Jersey
kuit mil in all fuHhionable color. I have
jiiHt received a full UHaortuieut ol size iu
Cbamoia Glove that chu bo waehed; and
they are very deairublu thia eaaou. Ladic
coiiteiupbding purchaHiitg should cull early,
a alock ia timid d.
In lllack, Solid and Fancy Color, from 8
ceutrt a pair up to $.1.00 (or Infant, Child
ren' Miaav' aud Ladie'.
Iu Veiling, Hiichiiig. Faun, Lace Collar
and HeiiiKliched Llwm Tie.
In Ecru aud White iu the real luce pat
tern, aud Nottingham. AUo a full line of
Silk Chiucle l'ortiere.
A oho Ut ud complete dock at remaik illy
low price. I reectfu!ly o licit tbe ntteu
liou of Ladie lo my elegaul aud rotnplele
ataortmeut iu tbi liue.
if. r'A r itrv
wr vu J tOTPV.1' ",ka
spring mm !
V V K K A U U S A S N r i
CHOICE AND COMPLETE LINES
Very Low Trices.
THIS i I0ITE.
During the past few days I have uncased a nunilier of heavy
Late Styles and Novelties in Silks and Black
and Colored Dress Goods,
Which have lieeu atLleil to the liiaininoth assortnieiits shown
last week. These shipments make my Spring stock of
Complete, and I am now prepared to give my patrons
Values that Surpass Any We Have Ever Before
Offered in These Goods,
As my present stock was purchased at very heavy discounts
from regular trade prices on account of tin- unusual dullness
Which enables me to place the
CHOICEST COODS ON SALE AT LESS PRICES THAN USUALLY ASKED
FOR INFERIOR CRADES.
A most complete stock of shades and qualities in Henriettas,
itoth in all wool and Silk warp, French Serge, (iranite Foule,
Albatross Crape Clothes, all wool Merinos, Mariettas, Pieiges
plain and checked, Rright Lustre and Iron Frame Alpacas, JJor
tiered Suitings, Knglish Broad Cloths, Fine Imported Suits and
Spring Cloakings. Also a full line of the latest patterns in
Clan Tartan Plaids, iucludings "The Frasiers," I!ol Roys, Mo
Kenzies, McClarens, McLeods and Sheperds.
In this line I am exhibiting the finest assortment in black,
white and colored Silk and Tinsel. Van Dyke and Kitfel points;
also a full line Persian Rands and Appliip'ie Pmrder effects In
dia and Surah Silks in Plaids, Stripes and figured and Plain.'
Just received, a full line of Bolero Bodice Braid Sets. It is
all the rage in New York.
I am showing New Good at Low Prices, in Jets, Pearls, Cut
!teel and Gilt and Oxyidized. '
WASH DRKSS FABRICS.
Fine Challies, French Sateens, Scotch Zephyr Ginghann
Open Work Pique, Fine Printed Batiste, Wide Width Lawns'
Sursuckers. All the latest novelties of the season at astonish
ingly low prices. 1 lie designs ami colorings cannot be surpassed.
Table Damasks, in white and ecru. Als. n full ,f
man Imported Led Linens, Napkins and IWU rn
Towels iu all irrades and prices: also a comi.l.'tn ni-t e
Uussian Math lowels.
In Black tWuncres, with fringed borders; and line line of
I'ure Silk Kvoning Shawls and Scarfs.
Remember the Barker Gun Works,
S. H. FRIENDLY,
m m. um:m.M:m m,m. tit
M m JH K M. X. JC -K. JI 'K t
A most complete atock in all tu, J
comprihing the Bnt-Ht iimk.)s iu lb torli
cluJiuy the C. P. a la Sireue, mullein p,
and other well knuwn foreign and doa-brand.
In thi Department I urn better prept
tban ever to an it the waul of putrui
Poiut de Goue, Escuriul, Rpaninb, Guip
Valeucienne. Oriental, iledeid, Toni
Chantilly aud a beautiful RKsortinent ol :
per lace and gauze nets in Black aud Cr
with graduated ribbon effects and gold i
silver thread borders. AUo fish utti
plain and figured, iu the latent denigua.
Flounoiugs, All-over Edging and In
tions in all qunlitios nud designs, couipri
the latest betn-stitchud rutllo and Van
"THIS SEASON'S STOCK."
I am now offering special attraction
thi line as I have just received a large K
of "Novelties" direct from the manufactu:
which consUt of all styles .f "SunshaJ
and a delightful assortment of Parasol! w
silk fringe effeetH, uccordeon pleats,
Dyke trimming in all the latest Spr.
shades and shapes.
Silk, Linen aud Cotton in nil tbe Ul
designs nnd borders, hand and machine en
broidered in all tbe latest effect imt
able, including Ibe celebrated Eiflel To
affect; also a few dozen unlaundried, hm
worked linen haudkerchie-fs mail iu t'
convents of Germany.
Silk, Lisle aud Cotton Uruler-Vests, ri'
high neck, long sleeves, or low uetk i
short sleeves, in Flesb, Cream, Pink, U
ender and Light Blue, from 25 cents to J'2
I have iuat receive.! a line of ihoCrH
brated Jenesse Miller dress retoru umlrrenl
meuls wbich are all the rase amouc tbe '4
aie iu the larger cities.
GENERAL v. MERCHANDISE.