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ilxe W&itteiK pai xlt: jfotitrcTag Ittotnxmg, etemWt 13, 1890
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Wfc. Iff W 0
-Ii. 31. Clt.ovi oiiD. Manage
ffStreet Cars at the door after each performance
OTtE XLG1IT ONLY, DEC. 13.
A. 31. PALMER'S CO.
I ROM THE
Madison Square Theatre, lsT. Y.
In Sir Charles Young's famous Play,
JDI, THE PENMAN!!
1 -1 : r
"The rroatest Success tho Mfldlm Square Theatre
(l has ever known "Now York Herald.
Kczujar prices, f-eats on sale canehuay. uec. iu
o I,. 31. CRA I okd, Manager
r3T"Strect Cars at tho door after each performance
ONE 3STIGHT ONLY, DEC. 15.
The Seasons Dig Sensation.
Imposing and Impresie Production of tho Great
International Jlelo-uramauc Miccess
Famous New York Cast!
Two Car Loads of Scenery !
.Amazing Mechanical Effects
Beo tho We White Yacht, nlth Koal Mast and Sails
and Full-Rigged In lery Pdrtlca'ar.
NorrIncMcntnl to Act n. '"plke" Henne-ey
and "Kid" McCoy, tho Knilrent Reformed Cracks
men, tv'll blow open a liriind-iiew Iron -if in lull
view oi me iiuuiciice. jioniwiic nuu atiouuui,.
Seats on salo Thursday, Dec 11th.
(Furnished by the Deam Abstract Co.)
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record in tho office of the
register of deeds:
Rufus Cone, stiff, to Roswell Fox, 9
and 11 IIattie ate, Strong's sub di
vision, s d 5 50
Ira M Rank to E M Frey, sw X 21-2S
2w w d 4000
JiUcretia L Latham to W H Boone,
177-179-181:183 Market st, Ilyde &
Fcrrel's add w d 4000
J C Barlow to John W Clajton, X
int OJ-94 96 Second avo Atkin's add
to Clearwater, w d 100
John C Mayor to Matilda J Jackiyu,
li int 41 and 43 Mosely ave Mills'
add; 03x150 feet in bcse ( se i;
8 27 le; 17 and reserve D in S A
Kings add; y.int, in 24-2(5 28 reset vo
C, S A Kind's add and 30 and 31
Prospect ave, Clearwater 175
John V Funk to Christie A Funk,
sw$llGlew d 100
$."50 will be paid for any Ink Portrait
that fades out during my life-time that is
being turned out of my plate on the cards
given out at the fair. Bung on your cards
and don't listen to a canwisser that tells
you they will fade, Kouers the Photo.
' d23 3t
(Jold J ct erlng.
Gold lettering for books, albums, card
cases, etc., for holiday prehentstcau be
floue at this office on short notice'at lca
tonablc terms. d23 Ct
Will be given away from now until Xmas with every Suit or Over
coat bought of The Famous,
I will carry no winter stock over for moths to eat next summer I have made
another extra cut in my immense stock of
Clothing, Gents F
And will give the benefit to my friends and patrons at any price, your price is mine.
Everything in the house must go, nothing reserved. I have no Baits,
no Trash, no Truck, Traffic, to offer but my entire stock
thrown on the mercy of the people.
Suits worth $1.00 and $5.00, -Suits
worth $7.00 and $S.OO,
Suits worth $10 and $12, - -Overcoats
worth $2.50 and 3.50
Overcoats worth $5.00 and 7.50,
Overcoats worth $S.50 and 10.
Cl.Jdrcn mtt. 4 to 12
T rn, incited front and
im .. vortli ? s K'nHHW
Ir t r l VI sii-ne
jT-n .icii with ea li
No Reasonable Offer
IT S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Jllltlucry 1-4 orr
at Warren's 222 N. Main. Open evenings.
The annual meeting of tbe stockholders
of the West Side National Bank of Wich
ita, Kan., will be held in tbe office of the
bank on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1S91, at 10
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing
nine (9) directors for the ensuing year, and
to vote on question of entering voluntary
liquidation and reorganization under
state laws, and other business coming be
fore said meeting. J. A. Davidson,
d 23-lt Cashier.
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
State National Bank of Wichita, Kan., for
the election of directors, will be held at
the office of the b.mk on Tuesday, Jan. 13,
1SJ1, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Jj D. Skixker, Cashier.
Wichita, Kan., Dec. 12, 1890. 23-2t.
The popular Fiisco line sends greeting
and begs to announce that holiday ex
cursion tickets will be placed onsaloat
Wichita and all other points at very low
rates to stations 200 miles distant. Dates
of sale Dec. 24, 2T, and 31, 1690, and J.m. 1,
181, with a final limit to Jan. 5, 1801, le
turniug. Union ticket office, 122 North
Main street. Union Passenger btation,
corner Douglas and Fifth avenues. 22-20t
Smoke Bishop's cigars.
A holiday excursion ticket make an ap
propriate Chi istmas present. It fits any
size stocking and suits any size purso.
fJ he favonte Santa Fe Route has made
very low rates from this place to points on
the A. T. & S. F. li. R. ithin a distance
of 00 miles lor holiday business.
'I'ioki'ts on snle December 24th. 2.1th anil
31st and January 1st, good until January
Call on local agent A. T. & S. F. R R.
for particulars. d22 20t
Take stage at Wharton for Stillwater;
Billy Snyder, pioprietor. diS tf
Look before you leap. Take the Frisco
FIj er to St. Louis. dll3-tf
Where Knits the Oregon."
California, Washington and Oregon are
having a "boom" on solid basis this year.
The country is fast fillingup with farmers.
Business is lively in all branches. If you
happen to be one of the many who are
thinking of taking a trip to the Pacific
co st, for pleasure or business, write to G.
T. Nicholson, G. P. and T. A., A. T. & S.
F. R. R., Topeka, Kan., for Pacific coast
literature: or apply to local agent Santa Fe
route, 122 North Main street, or Union pas
senger station, corner Douglas and Fitth,
and learn all particulars about personally
conducted paities. 139 tf
Truly a Modern Jnovatlon.
The Santa Fe's Chicago vestibuled ex
press, which leaves Wichita at 10 a. ni. ar
rives at Kansas City at9p. m.; Chicago
next morning 8:50. No change of any
class from Newton. Free reclinlns: libiary
chair cars, vestibuled coaches, Pullman
palace sleeping and dining cars. dl2tf
Kansas City and Chicago leaves Wichita
8:10 a. m., armes at Kansas City 5 o'clock
p. m., Chicago next morning at 8 o'clock.
Colorado expi ess leaves Wichita at 3:35
p. m., anivingat Pueblo for bieakfast and
Dener for dinner. Chair cars and Pull
man sleeping cars through to Denver, via
the Missouri Pacific railwav. 107 tf
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
g Goods, Hats, Caps, Etc
Our stock is yet large, sizes unbroken of Meltons, Kerseys, Chin
chillas and Cheviots; now, come and take them, 3-our price is mine.
Ladies, we beg to call special attention to this great slaughter sale of chil
drens and boys clothing, and prices knocked silly, come before stock is broken.
Fine border handkerchiefs two for oc; mens heavy, seamless, cotton hose oc:
heavy all uool socks three pair gor 2.3c; mens suspenders c; mens heavy under
shirts 17c: all wool 33c; mens working pants 7:2c: better ones 97c: four ply linen
collars six for ooc: line dress shirts, tine underwear, mufflers, etc.: nOc on the
dollar is the word, and that's ihe money that carries them off. 50 dozen men
and boys caps at ISc, regular price 50c. Seeing is Believing-
S. GOLDSTEIN, JR.
422 E Douglas Avenue.
refused on any Article
Tho Tradition! TJootblack Vus lulling.
One of the features of life in New York
city that is rapidly disappearing, if not al
ready practically extinct, is the grimy little
bootblack of former times. This ragged
waif, who has furnished the theme for so
many songs and stories, comic and pa
thetic, is a rare figure on the streetsof New
York nowadays. Like so many other
picturesque things of the past he has been
swept away hy the on rolling wave of civ
ilization. He is one of the innumerable
victims of the prevailing tendency to trusts
hand "combines." His little nail studded
box, slung over the shoulder by a strap,
with its contents of blacking box, two or
three well worn brushes, .and the bit of
carpet to kneel on, is fast becoming a mem
It has been succeeded by the chair
perched on a high goods box, with the soft
cushion for ths customer and the iron
foot rests, that occupy nearly every corner
down town. A losty Italian presides over
the chair and is tho commonplace successor
of the bootblack of old times. The latter
was accustomed to wander over the city,
free as tho air, catching a "shine" wherever
he found one. Now York Tribune.
It is now several years since Mile. Bon
heur gave to the Jardm des Plantes a beau
tiful lion and lioueos, which to this day
recognize her if she approaches their cage.
Mine. Adam, the noted woman editor and
author, is graceful and fascinating at 54.
She has a large fortune and an immense
capacity for work. She dresses simply and
in the best o "
Deeds, Mortgages, etc., (Nebraska form
for Oklahoma, for sale at this office.
Aderss the W ichituEAGLE, Wichita Kan,
L,oxr Kallrotd Kates for the Holidays.
The Missouri Pacific railway greets all
its friends with a wish for the iueiriest
Christmas and the happiest New Year,
and takes pleasure in ottering greatly re
duced lound trip rates to enable them to
visit their friends at any point on this
road, not over 200 miles distance. Tickets
are on sale Dec. 21, 25 and 31 and Jan. 1,
good to return until Jan. 5. For tickets
and all further information, apply to your
local ticket agent. 10 tf
If in need of anything in the grocery line
Doiscy's stock will please you. Try him.
NOW ON DISPLAY
Everything You "Want from
a 5c to a 85 Article.
This Hat 39 cents.
In Felt, All Colors.
LOBE. 418 E Dotdas if
Famous slaughter price $2.13
Famous slaughter price 2.95
Famous slaughter price 5.65
Famous slaughter price 3 .12
Famous slaughter price 8.10
Famous slaughter j:rice 5.25
in the house.
Are Yon Golnz to
Topeka, Leavenworth, Atchinson, St
Joseph, or Knnsas'Citr, take the 8:45 a. m
train on the Santa Ye, it runs solid and
arrives at Kansas City 5:30 p. m. dl2-t
Dorsey's grocery stock must be closed by
Janv 1st, all goods first-class, no poor
truck. d 21-6t
Fine Playing Cards.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps or coin to
John Sebastian, general ticket and passen
ger agent Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railway, for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards that ever glad
dened the eyes and rippled along the fing
ers of the devotee to iish-Five, Seven-Up,
Casino, Dutch, Euchre,"Whist or any other
ancient or modern game, and get your
money's worth five times over. 16 tf
Cut and blash
In groceries of all kinds. Remember my
stock is the finest in the city and must be
Lsold by Jan. L Now is your time; -every
thing goes. Fine dried iruits, cannea
fruits, vetables. fish and meats, jellies,
jams, preserves from the best factories in
the world, cereals of all kinds, teas that
are a wonder at the price, soap to clean
your clothes and characters cheap, cheap,
by the box or cartoon; sauer kraut from
Germany out, tramped in the barrel by
wooden shoes, vum, yum, juicy and good.
Extracts of all kinds and panic prices.
Try them. A nice wheelbarrow for 20
cents. Oh! yes, that cheese, full cream
Crawfords; no skim milk there. Every
day at the palace of fine groceries 224
Jforth Main. J. T. Doitscr, Manager.
P. S. Come in and price the goods any
wav if you don't want to buy.
New Pullman sleeping car service Mis
souri Pacific railway Wichita to St. Louis
without change via the "Pleasant Hill
route. d58 tf
Tourist Excursions South.
Tourist excursion tickets are again on
sale to points in Georgia, Florida and other
"winter resorts." The conditions and lim
its on these tickets are reasonable. For
lull information call at 120 X. Main st.
E. E. Blkcklet.
149tf P. and T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry.
It Is Painted KetJ.
The Kansas City and "Wichita special
train Via the Santa Fe runs without
change of any class, and has in its equip
ment a new reclining palace chair car
which is free. 13 tf
Blank charters and all kind of legal
blanks for aale by
The Wichita Eagle,
d71 tt Wichita, Kansas.
What line runs three through passenger
trains to St. Louis without change?
"What line runs Pullman sleepers and
reclining chair cars morning and night to
The Fiisco is the only line.
What line Las the fast train to St. Louis?
The Fiisco, whose flyer leaves "Wichita
at 2:2o p. m. daily, arriving in St. Louis at
7:30 the follow inc morning.
Does this fast train connect with other
trains from St. Louis?
"Why, certainly, with all east bound
trains in St. Louis union depot. doO-tf
Three lUroush Trains.
Two night, one morning, Kansas City to
Chicago. The Santa Fe route. 43-tf
Take the Frisco flyer to St. Louis and
the east. It leaves Wichita at 2.2o p. m.
Excursions via the Santa Fe Keutc.
Semi-annual meeting of Kansas Traders'
association at Concordia. Kas., Nov. 22,
one 'ind one-third fare on certificate plan.
Denver, Colo., Nov. II to 22, the general
assembly of the Knights of Labor, one and
one-third fare on certificate plan. Ottawa,
Kan.. Nov. 27 to 20. Southeastern Teachers'
association, one aud one-third fare on cer
tificate plan. W. D, MURDOKK,
d 151 tf D. P. A., Wichita.
This office is piepared to furnish all the
blanks which aie used in connection with
pioving up homesteads in Oklahoma. Wo
use Coop's blanks, which arc the only
blanks printed that hac been approved by
the land commissioner at Washington.
Old papers for s-ale at this office 25 cen
per hundred. 23tf
We have for sale at this office a sectional
map of what is known as the Cherokee
outlet, together with a map of Indian ter
ritory, Oklahoma and all the Indian reser
vation :!227, on paper $1.50, printed on
cloth $2.50. 120-tf
Annual meeting of tho stockholders of
the Citizens' bank, Wichita. Kan., will
be held at their banking room on Jan. 6,
IfcOl, at 3 o'clock p. m. Joiix C. DutsT,
ofe the Importance of This.
The Missouri Pacific railway is. the only
line running three daily trams between
Wichita and Kansas City and Wichita aud
St. Louis. Morning train leaves Wichita
at S.10 a. m., arriving at Kansas City same
afternoon, Chicago next morning at 8
o'clock, and St. Louis 7:.!0 a. m. St. Louis
expiess leaves Wichita at 20 o'clock p. in.
with through Pullman sleeper and chair
cir Wichita to bt. Louis without change.
Night e.pre-s leaves Wichita atS):45 with
sleeper and chair cir thiough to Kansas
Citv and St. Loin's. Tins train also con
nects at Yates Center with the through
express for Little Rock. Ark., and Mem
phis, Tenn., ia Foit Smith, Ark. If you
are going east, west, north or south, re
member j on w ill save time and money by
going via the Missouri Pacific railway. It
la the ihort line to all points east and west,
St. Louis and Pueblo and Denver. For
imormation, Pullman reservations and
tickets to all parts of the globe, call at the
city ticket office, 120 ortii Main street, or
depot corner Second and Wichita streets.
K. E. Blecklfv,
C6 tf Passenger and Ticket Agt.
Take the Frisco Flyer at 2.25 p. m. to St.
Louis fair, it is the fastest train in and out
of this country ap the time will show
Callfornl i and the North-west.
If you are going to California, Oregon,
Washington or any point in the north
west, be sure to leave our name with the
ticket aseut of the Missouri Pacific rail
way who will book you for tne regular
weekly excursion via. the Missouri Pacific
railway and Denver and Rio Grande rail
way through the Grand canon of Colorado
and Salt Lake city The Missouri Pacific
railwav will run weekly excursions to Cal
iformaHnd the north-west, leaving Wich
ita evnrv Sundav evening at 5:15. These
excursions are a"ll taken charge of by regu
lar excursion agents, who run tnrougb to
the Pacific coast. looWincr alter the wants
of aeach nd ecry passeng r. The Denver
and Rio Granue railwa is now a broad
gunge rood and the Pullman tourist cars
run through without change. Remember
toe rond and the time. Low fare and the
best accommodations that can be given
For further information call on orsddress,
E. E. Blecklet,
P. & T. A. Mo Pac R'y..
dltf 120 X. Mam St.
AtlTtce to .Mothers,
alwavs be used for children teething. It
sootties the child, softens the gums, alleys
all pain, cures wind colic, and is the bet
remedy for diarrhoea. 1 weuty-tiveceutsa
bottle. "I sed by millions of mothers.
lilt 1.1 W-K LI
400 EAST DOUGLAS ATE.
Tn addition to a rnll and most complete
stock or drugs ou can now and an
elegant assortment of HoHdayOiovel
xitte. compriaug- an endless variety of
useful iul beautiful articles too num
erous to i-lalrj.
Prices the most reasonable.
Pick Oat Your
For your Husband, "Wife, Mother,
Father, Brother, Sister, Cous
in, Sweetheart or
Finest line of Boyal Worcester
Dresden, Bisqnes, Plaques,Lamps
Dinner Setts, Silverware, Glass
ware, Chinaware, Dolls, and any
thing you may want.
Fifty Cents on the Dollar. Every
thing ranst go under this
Hallowell, Hnme & Gordon,
Attorneys for Mortgagees.
E.J. Foster's Stand
219 East Douglas Ave.
A Eare Chance for a first-Glass
We "will sell all, or a part
of our stock, and give our
good will and aid the purch
aser on line of credit as
shown .by our books. We
desire to sell, as our object is
to engage in the wholesale
hardware business in Wich
ita at an early date. Call on
us at 110 E. Douglas Ave.,
Wichita, Kansas, or address
us at same place.
Teblble Bros. & Theelkeld
J. R. HOLLIDA Y
All Goods Warranted.
Tel. 295. 221 E Douglas
C O. PAGE & CO
Bole Agents for the Celebrated
neathiff. Cook Stoves, Eanges,
Newest Designs, Best Mountings, Smoothest Cast
, s. 3 ho Favorites ha-e no equal,
mg fct-e them before baying.
518 East Douglas Avenue
We are not Coin? Out of Business.
But will Close Out Cloaks, Bonnets,
Astracan and Dress Lining1
at Half Price.
Trimmed and tintrmmrd hats tvIII bo sold atles
than thirty cents on the dollar. Fine arn. nch
as Fleur ae I.ees, Utopia, dermintoun, bhetlaml
Wool and Floss, Berlin Zephn, bet Imported,
Senora and btandard Sajomj. Ice Wool Fairy
Zephyrs and Floss., and all Kinds of fancy ixxls
mnttrlals on bacd at reasonable pncis, at 155 orth
3I3JS. if. E. KLE'TZ.
$2 TO $3 PER DAY.
Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 Per Day.
31. Stewart, Owner and Prop.
J. E. Koher, Clerk.
T--a. HI Wort EMrsiUa.
Br&ck o2e IT, Kcrtk lUls. Tele?lme 135. AEStI
The Fanta Fe's new vestibuled train,
leaves "Wichita 10 a. in., arrives at Chicago
next moraine at S;50 Thi l the fastest
time made to Chicago. Aboat fifty miks
t be hortt lme. and CO xxdle the bet
lln! to Chicago di2-tf
Notwithstanding Ftatcments to the con
trary, tbe Frl-eo line i two boars the
qtdekest to St. Louis. Trj It. 50 tf
Our Annual Display Opening
Takes Place this -week. Come and Inspect
Below -we give you a fac simile of Coupon fournished vritU every 50c purchase
GUESS AT THE BEANS IN THE JARS.
Every 50 cent purchase entitles yon to a grucss, every $1.00 purchase entitles
you to two jueshes ou so on.
1ST PRffiE Handsome Double Reed,
and Double Cooper Organ. Valued aC
J met t Dollars.
2ND PRIZE Handsome Bed Room Suit
lGth Century Fiuish. Valued at Sixty
3RD PRIZE Siuger Sewing Machine,
latest improvements, 5 draw s. Valued
at Sixty Dollars.
4TII PRIZE Gents Gold "Watch. Valu
ed at Fifty Dollars.
STH PRIZE-Ladies Gold Watch, with
Diamond in Center. Valued at Fifty
6TH PRIZE A Very Fine Side Board,
16th Century Finish. Valued at Forty
P. S. "Write plainly your name and especially your sues. Iteturn this
ticket to the otllce of the Boston Store, where it will bo tiled until Dec. 31,
1890, when a committee will be appointed to count the beaua, and then tho
winners will be announced. BOSTON STORE.
A chance to buy your Holiday Goods and gctono of the above Prizes.
Our unloading Slaughter Sale on Suits, Overcoats
and Furnishing Goods will be continued as advertised in
last Sunday s Eagle.
226 and 228, COHEU LAWIIEM'K AND DOUGLAS AVKS.
The Chance of the Season.
Three Thousand Dollars.' ($3,000) worth of Holiday Goods to "be oio&od out
before .January 1. As we move, we will cut the prollt square off. aud tflve all
n chance to buy their presents at cost. Our stock is laru and oompletel con
Fine Dolls, Toys, Plusli Goods,
CJlTIsrA and GLASSWARE, LAMPS, etc., whleh niuwt bo Hold buforc January
1, to save mo iujr. To do that w o w ill sell at price that will movu tint Koodnf
so that ail who come will ffet more for their money than elwhoru. Wo
guarantee to sell &o you ill fc'o iiv ay satisfied that you huvo saved money by
going to d IS 1st
Palmer's Toy Store, 258 N. Main, Cor, 2d, for Your Presents.
DRS. TERRILL & PURDY.
158 N Main, Corner First St.
"aW &'" 0& . ' j
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JUNFASlsot WOJUN Ur 7ftrill tu mile
ae of women a i !" for Ibe yrt twrM
yean arid mrn, to ' lint tir I.m ailtlio late ln
uritnBL", bulimy. el ti-clr. M ., for ttr c
trfl treatment Ivtlwi'nr OtroW minora, SK
nl fffiutn FDlarrcRifnU. uraJupMiik. t$Utalom.
itxtioribHra., dfi"-f iboarS", puiutul. iirrsu
lar or prfb u nurlau. nr In Tmli fcff
cmfr p-pt -rrsl OMfitilt In tW lars hpt'
ftftbeeaM in tbe ,prl -tBly ,f lctrtrUr I
the only Pm " ' 'be Wrthr taerovztilT
familiar witb it ori'Dttfl apirtitalkw.
.NHt't 111! AlJv- In lerrftl wlrtf! to
ca" the a'trnttoB of UMe e1tir froan ummt
fiaAe yarotT" . orrru pttt.tr -ti('B r. I'
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tr ijr Mbe w entiBtl t ppl.'rt Mi Irr o
nale that fee male .t.e app''''-'- ir My ta
SfToun dkr. w it .tHrtii Umitrm of kl prtk.
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njM .alj y aflopiAd to I be treataaeat ( ) CBw
creu.ibaliraktieai. whkb b amxi.tr . aarakaav
& rnreBTtbaMf eettrtttt7-
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poter t Ueited. twr. 1 rrui am HaOary w
M.J OliKAMis ofafl lnmrd wo tffeen
tril.t... KITt I.A aaxJ all t-t3.l deaM-i, eajrl.
hoi.ti.it w wtla- A r-ore rora.e-l.
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orwl by ee.ra.a. catUar. aa jkus.
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t JIUjNM ItlhJiy- j!r-srlrtK anawaa. bar
fMre i brti aad twc trawble 4rea. atlia
eaaeoo'tbv boi. feeart aa Urer rbeqtaubwi.
ervynr Lr-.gbU dla. Madder, k j aa4 a.
ary diei". bk fttat. abd J1ate .-.
hI'HII.J.- Tfcat d'M: dle .f aoaalrtad
BtticUyaikd perasabeatfy cart tr tbe rr ireat
tse&t wjtiuot th ji4MMi rnc aa,? tf
ledlet tt to U jrta t t aio Ktmm.
baUalm. &ad &r qzeiMmlami.
J H.1ERKILL. 5t .
Largest Optical Hosss
In the Soathxctt.
" 2$ TZr
Acceptable Christmas Presents.
A pair of Gold Spectacles. A Iadrr Oprm titmm.
A CnatclalB- Spectacle Caar. A iHT$mp
A 1'holozrxpbU: OtiUt. A Mm"jM Itnters
AT TORY IX) ir I'ltICJ-6.
SPEOTACLE BAZAR, - - - XA2 Farfch Main btrui
7TH PRIZE Silver Service, comprising'
five pieves. Valued at Thirty-live
STH PRIZE An Artistic Dinner Sett
comprising 110 pieces. Valued at
9TH PRIZE Ladies Writing Desk, oxi
dized trimmings, handsomely carved.
V.ilued at Thirty Dollars.'
10TH PRIZE Silver Tilting Pitcherwith
Gold Lined Goblet. Va.ued at Tit'cn
UTII PRIZE Fine Plush Clock, metal
trimmed. Valued at Twenty Dollars
12TH PRIZE Beautiful Chamber Set,
comprising 12 pieces. Valued at Fif
M-IM.WJN Of I IJXT A Al HViT-Qfru
txlal atteutioa u il ee tb i. bV5Hdla
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