IMPOETAM1 "aHITOUNCEMEITT ! SPECIAL SA.LE OF AND DRY COODS Commencing Monday raorning, May 20, 1878, at pricos nover before qixoted. ZRIELJD THIS. ïhe i'ollowing Unprecedented Bargains in Silks and Dry Goods (hal we shall offer in this Special Sale are designed to prove to the public that it paj s to trade at the CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE OF C. H. MILLEN & SON : Five pieces of Black Gros Grain Silk at 65, 75, and 90 cents; 3 pieces Black Gros Gram Silks, superior quality, at $1.00 and $1.25; 5 pieces sublime quality satin finish of extreme richness, $1.50 and .$1.75; 3 pieces Guinet, Cashmere Finish, very rich, at $2.00, 2.25, and 2.50; 25 pieces Fancy Summer Silks in stripes and checks, at 60, 65, 75 and 85 cents. The silks above quoted are all specially uftder present value and are the cheapest Silks ever shown in this city. '20 piecos Lupin's Black Cashmeros, 40 inehos vvide, at 50, Ü5, 80, and SI. 00 ; 30 pieces Pure Black Mohairs, at 25, 80, 35, and 50 cents ; 40 pieces Jamestown' Alpacas, warranted to wash and not cockle ; 20 pieces All Wool Buntings, choice colors, at 25 cents, worth 35 cents ; 50 pieces Spring Dress 3-oods, at 10, 12L, 15, 20, and 25 cents ; 500 Japanese Folding Fans, at 5, L0, 20, 25 to 75 cents ; 25 pieces Linen Cámbrica at 25 cents, worth 35 cents ; 25 pieces Nottingham Curtain Lace, at 15, 20, 25 to 75 cents ; 50 large EToney-Comb Quilts, at 75 cents, $1.00, and 81.25 ; 25 Marseilles Quilts, very arge, sold no where less than $4.00 to $5.00, we offer them at $2.50 and $3.50 ; our stock of PAKASOLS and SUN UMBEELLAS is the largest ever shown in this city. We sell a good Cambric Parasol for 15, 25, and 40 cents ; All Silk, large size, 75 cents, $1 to $2 ; 50 dozen Ladies' Linen Sandkerohiefs, at 5, 8, and 10 cents ; 25 dozen all Linen Hemstitch, at 10, L2-V to 25 cents ; 50 dozen Hand-made Corsets, extra long, at 50 and 75 ets. A BIC THINC IN KID CLOVES! 50 dozen Alexander Bad Gloves in Colora and Opera Shades only, at 65 cents a pair ; 500 pieces French Embroideries, at 3, 5, 8, 10, and 15 cents ; 300 ñeces Best Prints, only 5 cents ; 25 dozen Ladies' Fine Lisie Gloves, at 12 :ents a pair ; Ladies' and Men's White Cotton Hose at 5 cents a pair ; Sheetngs, Table Linens, Hosiery and Gloves, and in fact everv department in our stock wil! be made attractive for cheapness. A most brilliant display throughout our entire store LHP We simply desire ladies to inspect our large stock and see for themselves the inducements we are otfering. Our fecilities for selling the best class of goods at the loweat prices )ositively surpass those of other houses. Cash Dry Goods House, Aks Arroe.