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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 December 1888

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

M i () '' . ... . . ii 'i l The Abilenii Reporter. mn.. .. . - r- -" vod. vn. ABILENE TEXAS MONDAY MORNING DECEMBER 24 1888. NO. 62 r -... .si lHi.U KAXUJlj ITf I1UMU. - i'- a '. - WX. CAMERON VIce-PretMwt. J. 0 LOWIlONi- Cashier. i . iii " i ' ' " " - .... i . I .. -in I i - - -l .- . . . ...- j i c K I II II K mm II I 111 Dill DAllllAlliij pii p ii II Hill IIP ' . I AT L bbbbi bbb bbbbB tie-Cie Abilene M The Largest BjkolE'-liion IN THE ' 1 v -t-'x. . js1 - '" : ' ' r ... ' . '- - - - -. - - I VI To the Ladies of Abilene and Surrounding Country: WE WZESPX' TOTJTSj TRADE I loi hmvl i ii And tomteelllhe demands of aU w 6f0r mm until the M of the year goods cheaper than v '--.'-.'. spcfn buy them arijwhere in the4and: ' Having boughttiafle and beautiful line of sample goods suitable for lp;iidf3pi presents we oner inem ip une puoiiu s Prices -'OoiZS8Msr3D see ACLsriD' qp"- -wnibij betst. J ' . --K.U .(J(Ml 4 . - JV .. ; rf.WV Capital Stock and Undividefl Profits $150000. Accounts of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

UULUUfl j iris's: T5C7-.rnyEH& -aj'ir ' r ""ift ji.ii. i..n i A1 .Hi.rfiitU..i.Ji.niU. Afl .111 I if Ml I II I Hi I I I i ' iP'l l Till l I ' I II I H MWM Mil III I I I i'i I l H i .... I in llll.i.M il Mi i . nil f lib mill i- lll i Fn i U 1 1 k m ' iiii.i I) ! I l Ml i. 1 i t f n ) If u I t i 1 1 i. n C?o J T ' Clothing Less Gents' all-wool knit seamless undorshirta fend drawers - - $1.26 Gents' mixed wool knit seamless undershirts and drawers 60c 75c 90o " " ' oyersMrts - - - .- - 80c to $1.60 i. u .-- 40oto76c Gents' dottonrflannel overahirts lowest in the market. We have a surplus of these goods. In quality make-up and price you cannot pass them by if you are in need of winter wear. . 'fv. ia ' vCorner"Pme and : Next Door to LOOAI j. CHOKOH DiS20TOEY; First BnpHst Bundny-Bchool 0:30 '. m.v Bcrvlcc at 1 J a. m.. aud (5:80. p. pi. pruycr-mcct-ing every Wednesday night O. w. Smith pastor. Methodist Bouth Suwlayrschool 9:80 n.. ra:; (services at It n. m. ohd 8 p. taj 'prayer-ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

jt .-te-w- -J A J J - HBB 0HHI8TMAB GIFT. i It was fc low black house jutting on a shakywhatly gainst the black Umbers of whtch thesulkrt Water lapped con linually. Seventy years ago Moll's Landing as tht place was called and Moll Gaffer hcrselfj were well known Up and down the rjVcr nnt along the whole1 southern 'shore of Massachusetts. Larky sailors and river pirates held rcn- deVQUs in Moll's taprponl. All sorts 01 smau crait guucu uy ncr aoor bound for New Ford a port at the liver's mouth famous in bygone days 'for its whaing trade and the many good ships jivhich sailed from thence tot cram their capacious sides with $blubbcr" ih'the far northern- seas. On a certain Christmas Eve long years ago thd following strange things happened in the low black inn at Moll's Landing: It was bitter Weather. Whale oil lamps sputtered in the taproom and a driftwood fire blazed on the hearth of Holland brick. A man with one eye and a wooden leg sat in the chim-'fiey-corner trolling the ghastly a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

TEsszsa W -i. i Mwi.J VllKlMHiAfrV4fcSL-'4. ft f-l- ' iiJ- 4v . n - U tll l 1 1 II III lll. llllHl -- J- - - -W-a-.fc-ie.iii hi n llli M And Fine Jewelry of Every Description will be sold from this date until January 1st at Jobbers' Prices by z --11-L!. i J -tt- l.i. i . r i n.- . n ..ii y "... . i TT7TT!TrTT7rTT!TiTr'.i I t..iJl i . -. i - -i . -i ! -- - ; -' - --- - ..... -i... : i ....-k i. ; ...... -T. . ......... . . . . .t r-ii -! ..finii.. i.ini i .. " i i ? ' --i-t-r " I Having made arrangements to open in the earljr part of the new year one of the largest and most elegant stocks of Jewelry in the West I offer my Christmas novelties which I have selected with the greatest care from the fcest houses in the United States 60 per cent lower than was ever .offered in this market "before. .N ' - REMEMBER every piece of Silverware and Jewelry sold by me will he ENGRAVED FREEOF CHARGE and for every $2.00 worth of goods soldi give a chance at the $16Q.OO gold watch to he given awsty ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

?r r - H " ' ' T. ". hi CHRISTMAS! Season ! So Complete. So New. So Novel. So Cheap. So Complete So Gay. Stock Full Complete and of-q-;4 -i oIliIdaM ' All at 25 per cent less than .any other house in Abilene. rn The Sensation of the ''-TO VflFlfifl .'i ib Mi I 1 4 stoozk: A Glimpse at Fairyland. ' ' t 'K J1 u'l -4 1 7 "- c DALLAS PRICES GUARANTEED Gall Examine and Price and You Will Buy. ' t ... P. H LOCAJG. Texas and Pacific Local Tims Table. EAST-BOUND TASSENGER. Arrives ii:oo a. M. Departs I U25 a. m. i ivEST-BOUND TASSENCER. Arrives t 3:34 P. m. Departs . 3:55 p.m. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS. ED. S. HUGHES & CO. hXrDWARE. Among the business firms of this city who should express their thanks to a generous public as the year close's we think we should occupy a promi- nent position. Surely no house has tJeen patroi tunuy favoredwitlua more liberal patronage and to let pass this oppor- tunity without an expression from us would 'not be in keeping with our feel ings or manner of doing. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

iiMHimtBilWHilBil- ' r FKi3WSBff J-i. . irtn.r HSR CHRISTMAS GIFT. ConUntttd frotti ihiri agt of the) supper After Whiftlt both' went hack to die tnproom t"ho friends of Woodcn-lcg were grouped before the rtrc. Every mnn of Utcm professed himself fently atid willing to row the Btmngct down the river. "But nbt the dog sir" whined Gaffer; "You must leave the dog be- hind. Mtirc'n likely he would Upset the boat. "It's too cold for a swim in the river to-night blast my eye if it isn't." "I have no wish to take the dog" said Collingwood ; and he called his dumb friend to the door. ."Home Hugol" he commanded and carress' d him for the last tunc anil turned liim forth into the night. Not A man had left the chimney corner The woman only moved fiteathily over the floor and as Colling- wood closed the door on the dog something it seemed a sledge-hammer struck him from behind. He reeled and went down like one dead.. In a passage leading' to the kitchen the girl Uet heard that ominous fall. Ins...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

r vyvTyf: ' t '" ' '. f i.i. lb tySB OHElWMAt 01 4 Ctintutued frohi sixth page. "Js not' Moll's landing a l&wless disreputable place uncle?" "The worst on the rjver but tfiat does not signify. I would go tb the gatc3 of perdition and through them to find thd girl who has saved the life of my son " cfi ininutcs later a coach-hnd-foim with servants iri livery; went tearing down the old New Ford stage road to. ward the river side ; and in the wain- scotcd room at Hariipton Hill Fqlice Collingwo.od with the pallor of despair- on her blonde face stood iri the frosty Christmas sunshine by the diamond- paned window and wept as though her heart would break. III. Three years passed away. If was Christmas eve again but to Moll's Landing great changes had come. t A prodigious ban of excommunica- tion had now fallen on the place. The rotting wharf stood deserted by every- thing but the lapping current The house wore a forsaken air ; but a ray of light shone from the tap room as a man rowed ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 December 1888

M 'i il :l '.V ..a' ' i i.i -rtlflri.1a ; . 1. i wi4.. iWnmWfciAi.. jlj.nn rilwfcw U.lat-0mUt.tbi h . ti ..to- I! J I u A SP- ! LB r- fn. ' ' ' ;: 7 gLLJLOiaLiJ iziamHa---r ymprar-iij" jij..'daiafefv i; ' Jr': v "il 0 fl HAPPYWtEAR.4 ' 6$v:' :'-: v' :: ;k i -kyi0 ;.'.-. oiiiS ' :. .;'- .-rfy : '.:' .rVv" " r?"""?"T! " : .::.--.. . : . . . . :.-.......:'-. . :. .-;mmmmMi- -: I .'''..'. . '..'';. ' "- ' " - V . I W wpiild indeed be ungrateful and unworthy of your patronage in future if we did not in some public wwiwmE cmr gratitude and express bur thanks for the patronage you have given us during the 'past year. ; '. ..;.....-..l '":-. ';.: ':y-S s. ';.' "''yZy.--jSX- ':;.. ' ' ' ' ' '.! ':'.""''' ' !J'. '"''.' ;A'-''- v "' -'' "i1 ' '. 1 ' .-jvl' i -'-'';.'. '''."' '' '.' v-V !-:;..v'.( ' "' " ' ".'- ' ' ' .' " ."-'' .'.'!. ''4. . .-" ;V- v .-.. i" . - . ; .. ; -; y-. ..-. ' - ' "I- ; ri .; . -' -":' . - - "- -r ' : ' -.'f"-.'1 ''-. The season o 1888 j now cldsing has been the niost ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

K . ?A rtfe. - & ' 1 MWjti '& jA&fc&tjtfyU& ytn-?tirr frtf k4fci hfwaw viii. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAROH 22 1889 ;. 't m : ' '.'....''! '.. " ' . i.'-r . ;' J 1 C-- I 11.11. .11 Id. I.. Ill I.II.HI .f.lM.1 'l' I' I'''"" "Ill IIJ ...I- .1.11 I ? . ENE. REPORTER. '"'I V ' ri . '. ... I . ( rs . Mj TMl " ' NO. 1 . ' f7: ... . i fASiliNOTON March i ?. fSnecial.1 it the.Iast iesgion of congress the itc mid house had under consider.it- for a Ions time a bill that makes' Sbrtartt.changcsjn the cdursc atthe Pail .academy Ml respecting the as- h'ments to the service upon; gradua- As finally agreed upon and en- 4ntCa law the bill reads as ;fol The' academic board of the naval-' icadcmy shall on or before the thir- Ttieth day of September in each year jjcparate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their tourth year V- into two divisions as they may have 'jBCMecial aptitude for the duties of the iespective corps in the proportion l.'iiyliich the.aggregate n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

afllKlfrtqD f - i ' r i' i SON W. M. Offers Special Bargains in Sugar Coffee Flour Bacon Molasses and y f r.jr MHMH .--- A Staple and Fancy Groceries. 'v 11 7?pfWS ;3awj fS Farmers and stock men buying me and get prices. I buy in large buys on credit. rrhfi mrxT TTQ & AAV VAU V lUA You will find new grocery store PINE STREET ABILENE TEXAS. LOCAL. CHURCH DIRECTORY. First nptlct Sumtiir-HPlmct! Q:-'lO ivr iu. ; scrviccint II n. in. niul H::J in.: prnyer-jiicet-Ins every Wwlticinuy nlslit. (1. W. Smith pastor. Slethinllit. Simtli-Hniidny M'liool. .);.' n. in.; Service nt II u. in. nml S . lit.; iirnycMiieetliitf cTiry-''-'fny cciiiiit "t K (. in. t: s. MeCurter iinnor. Clmrcu of the Ilcuvotily Keel Services un Sunday uUTu. m. nml 8:30 p. m cxcoptiiitr on tlio second Sunday; Wednesday eveiitiiK nt H:30; SiilHluy-dvhool nt 0:30 iv. m. Klrst I're.iyterlnii Sunday hpIkioI every Mm- day nt I): 41 it tin. i services llrMiuid m-ond Sun- day! In cacti montli nt II 11. in. mm s-i p.m.: prii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

?' TI Hi K ' mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmm iT " !"? WW -! -. J x? Kf a V: B &? Hhl H 'I'll' J . . Mfck 1 . W. RED & CO. it i w 'J f pg Aiidkm! TV ifS I - - J III i flW! - - ."" . fc . BB3 . 7lf - ..- . ------ry . v !--- ':NEW GOODS IN l ever have we had Goods; new and V TV-.0&- - r v ts.ii areii . 11 W iiodels of beauty. We especially ask our large and handsome line of Swiss Hamburg and Nainsook Embroideries new and beautiful real hemstich Flouncing with Embroider ies to match. Come and see them. Being early in New York we had the advantage of the first pick. For neatness can show 'the finest line of wash fabricswest Texas. No pains have been- spared to make our stock complete in f . il fib v3m a HOUSEHOLD. A Pretty Maid's frock. There is no material conforms more readily to the idea of suitable simplicity f jjfwian the pale tinted and white China yellow to- soften the tone is a color 'that a blonde or brunette may wear with perfect confidence. take"" the skirt of such .a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

Jfc M. l-" . The .Abilene Reporter. PU6U6HGD Af ABILSjWJS; TEXAS. PRHUY MARCH aat 1889. JOHN JXOBNYy 'A'." EDITOR Subscription IUles. One year $1.50 Six inc-ntlU 75 Three month 40 On! in llordcr Huiltlinp on Second .Street. -Kntcrtit At tlio Ahllone Twtn? l'oloflteo rr Kceoml CI(im Mull Mailer. The next district fair should equal the slate lair at Dallas. The; Oecature News is once more a Welcome visitor to this oflice. Ex-President Cleveland has been elected a member of tlic bar associa- tion of New York. The Colorado Citizen one of our host Southern Texas exchanges has entered on its 27th volume. The Call Vernon's new paper comes to this office with an x on it. Certainly brother McConnell. Tin; San Antonio fair association has paid all its indebtedness and is now getting ready for the fair next fall. Oliver Itahannon was indicted by the federal grandjury at Galveston last week for counterfeiting the silver dol- lar. From all over Texas come en- couraging reports of the condition o...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

Ik 111" K I1 P 7V IHjO GXAJCj. Toxas and FadQa Local Tlmo Tnblo. In VtrU'cs' ...'.... i i!oa A. M Departs ... ........ t lias . M. WKSTMiOUNI) IJASSENOIlR. unvts ... .. 3:34 r. m Jcpatts.. 3:55 I' m. ANNOUNCEMENTS." tnii jUtOii: To Hid votctsltf tlio city of Aullono: After tuntiktnornii for your RUtrrngb In for- icr election iiiiihIuik'O mynelf nrnmllilftln for selection 10 tliniillleunr tuiunf nt Hie cluoiinir Smcr election to bo held un lliu M Tiirwlny In April IKS9. J). WlllRTON Wo nfe nutliorlrlMl to niinotmeo T. I. Oilom iir lit fqik1!uhc for mayor nt tltu t'luultiK city eke- 111011. Ed. Sea visited Uaird Monday. Abilene should have a commercial b. Gc6 McCabe Toyali Sundayed in fthis city. '1 i Steve Steere is having his residence painted. t- 1 Vm? Gillijand returned to Baird Monday. Col. J. T. marillo. Herry left Wednesday for Eli Kidwcll returned to Wfiathcr- 'fbrd Friday. The alliance btore sports a new de livery wagon J M. Daugherty fine condition. reports cattle in 1 J. J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

-h yf P 1 : ' M 31 a &r L "13 r - a. r. 7 AGRICULTURE. ExternHm? Cultivable Areas. I'rom the results obtained of laic vc.1ri in the cnii-arid regions of the United StrttcH cast mid west of the Kocky inoltntnins.it may betaken as a iir presumption that the time is not lar distant when the so-called desert regions of the earth will dwindle down to a conipairttiveiv nnll nrea. So far us the intir-i.iiitiinnl.il lepion of the United yt-iK1- ii ennrned it lus been shown tint uiitnalion suited to the exigent it" l the flmule produces good rrojis. mii wit. re irrnjiliwi is. practiced most luMinnlid ones. In mooi'in agrtciilturt it is shown that with mire.isinir population the necessities of a case that products die means Thus in die and portions of Kansas listing has brought good ciops of In- dian corn culmation successively cov- ering the roots deeper and deeper en- abling them to use all the moisture in the soil. Thus intelligent minds mav bring into tilth other large semi-arid areas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

:L frW . I - y) m fvlJOULTRY. Mating Plymouth Hook There btiems to be n dive mm. inn in rffrnti th inaliiirt t'l Rooks. vursity of qpmfon m retard t(j mating Plymouth R.ockj but the i..d$t practical breeders arc coming to Hie one mating system and especially those who have handled this variety for twelve or 'fifteen years have recognized tins fact. To mate them "systematically is to fall upon this plan as soon as practicable or as fast as the strain being worked upon will admit. One breeder of this variety claims that to make "ope mating will of necessity bring the pullets quito dark." Now this is ojVing altogether to the '1 shade of the fowls mated. If you Ilium uuik. muius iu uiiik icnniii:.- mis assertion will prove true but to mate light males to light females will in the majority 01 cases prove we opposite. Hut to make "one matinu." as the pterin is generally understood is to mate . medium colored males to medium colored females. Thus the males will be one or two shades lighter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1889

m itfflffWkMleJH t m.. JNiJ.-Bd-trfMMwiMLiiriiiilihilijiitiiwirwiiiwwiMi''lWlw PslK&.fc -:. & ' ' mim' VK'VW.. t. '; in t& v m" rr. .'-' i" '1.3.'. & RP4-. I 1U i'vr Hi :: t 3 M 'At wifir-' .mt.u - ss mcA . ir-r r. ." . .:-. .'. jj vfSfc : 'I ..?-KU' Ci i-Z. Historlo Inaugurations. Jtchjnntiit Hnrrison is tailed ufte centennial president" and lie was In- dce.d elected for the term beginning just due hundred years after tliat for Which George Washington Was first chosen. Hilt his inauguration occur I purchased two bottles ol reel several wccks neiorc uic nunareuui e. ...r. ? c: c ( Jir I anniversary of the day on which Wash- "l'--""- V" "I ; Jl nnt firttl "nf itffir.v l'l... MILIUM .wwr. ..... w..... w. v. ....... . . Continental congress liad made provi- sion in 1 788 for the electors of presi- dent and vice-president on the first Wednesday of January 1789; their chc-icc in turn of the president and vice-president on the first Wednesday of February and the meeting "o...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

'r Abilene Reporter. m JVOL. VIII; ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 29 1880. NO 13 k A ri rL - f V H Jesenl iV !! NEWSY NOTES Brownwood is to have a county fair this fall. The Roysc City Alta is neatly print- ;. cd and newsy. Mrs. Harriet Becchcr Stowc is said to be hopelessly insane. The Alamo monument fund has Ijbecn fixed at $1000000. Rob't. Lincoln has been appointed minister to Great Brittain. Oklahoma is opened by proclama- tion of President Harrison. Editor Parrack has enlarged his paper the Gordon Courier. Sam Small is preparing to run for congress at the next election. A mad dog bit two little children near Canton Texas on Monday. Mrs. Margaret E. Sangster is to be- come editor of Harper's Bazaar. The Henrietta Sentinel a newsy eightcolumn folio comes to this office. The depot at Amarillo was robbed 1 by two masked men Sunday morn ing- The new steam ship Yorktown has been accepted by the secretary of the navy. Ex-President Cleveland and party are having a very pleasant ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

j-k iNtmmfmnRflMHin'vtmMiM' W. M. WATSON Offers Special Bargains in Sogar Coffee Flour Bacon Mola sses and Staple and Fancy Groceries. Btf m LPIr Kf k ?JH " H fo i.rt i p I-? J ffll1 EVv- &Jt Tn Firt' f: SXii A! ? V t1i .1 M :!i Is ! 1 L.-- Farmers and stock men buying either in large or small quantities will find it to their interest to call on me and get prices. I buy in large quantities discount my bills and can sell cheaper than any firm-that buys on credit. If you will call and see me I will convince you of the truth of the above statement. . The city trade will receive Special attention. Goods delivered free. . I guarantee promptness fresh goods and low prices. You will find in my house a fresh stock of choice goods to select from. Remember me and call at the new grocery store PINE STREET ABILENE TEXAS. LOCAL. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Pint nptlot Stintlny-fccliool 9:'10 n. in; ncrvircinl lln. in. umlH-J.) j in.: iirnyer-tncct-ItiK ecry Wt'rtnetuay hIrM. (1. v. Smith jmstpr. Mcilm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 March 1889

tzm r il mi i I THE - BEAUTIFUL - SPRING - GOODS ". '" i ' " ut J. W. BED & CO.'S are not only selling well at home but the neighboring towns have heard of them and our trade has increased to a wonderful extent. We do what we advertise our prices low and our stock new and attractive; all the latest designs in worsteds and wash fabrics shown in our . house. We will again advertise the popular Worsteds all-wool in plain and fancy striped Albatros 35c per yard. Beautiful Persian band trimmings to match recommended by the leading fashion magazines in the country. ( ur WHITE GOOD EPA RTMENT imbraces all the new and handsomely embroidered Flounces and Skirts Swiss and Hamburg all-over with narrow and broad embroidery to match; a large and very pretty line of dotted Swisses and Mulls; Real hem-stitched edge in white Swiss for over skirts makes up handsomely. Our prices for the plain white India Persian and Victoria Lawns are lower than the lowest. "WiiSH o GrOOIDS B eautiful lace-strip...

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