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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., DECEMBER 20, 1S94.
IN NAPOLEON, 13
In Humphrey's Block,
Wiiereyon ean bny
Paints, Oils, VarnishsP Brushes,
Blank :-: Books,
NOTIONS, CTC, ETC.
These goodn are relipb'e and will be
SOLD CHEAP !
J. G. SDUH & CD..
ForalgnandDomestio Exchange Bought and Bold'
at loweptoarrent rate,, and Collcctlonson
all points made promptly.
AHDHEHM COUNTY HEWS.
"OFFICIAL PAPER OF CUT AND CO
NAPOLEON, OHIO, DECEMBER 20, 1894.
FINERIES AND FRIPPERIES.
With Which Beauty Disguises
the Wrinkles and tire Crows
feet. Far Is vara to edge low Decks and. skirts,
bat cannot be oalled a universal style; prob
ably the ooat of a cable, which is used, has a
potent effect upon the fashion, '
Pink and blaoksalm roses, alternate, trim
th) necks of blaok and pink gowns. An
immense bow of cheery, blenet, green, pink
and ribbon is sometimes plaoed on the left
shoulder. Bash effects are of wide ribbon.
A hnndesome black and white striped silk
coBtume has immense elbow sleeves and
godet skirt, high pointed oorsage of white
point de Venise over white silk. Girdle and
collar of cheery velvet edged with sable: lace
points falling over the sleeves.
Dress of thick oloth or granite are made
quite plain, a very narrow border of sknnk
or astrakhan fur is plaoed over the hem of
the skirt, and sometimes headed with a
passementerie edging. The bodice is gener
ally more elaborate and trimmed with drap
ed epanlettes and revers, or gome sort of
Black looms np for evening wear in chiffon
waists made over a colar, with Velvet Sollar
and, perhaps, belt of the same shade. One
of black chiffon over turqaoice satin has
collar and short sleeves of turquoise velvet
girdle and bands like a yoke and suspenders
of jet. Oodet skirt of tarqnoise taffeta hav
ing tiny dots black.
Eats of dark color fe't, such as bronze,
garnet, prune or ivy-green, aie fashionable,
trimmed on panache, with feathers to match.
Little girls alone wearthe large protruding
bonnet their mammas remaining faithfnl to
the tiniest of capotes. Golden bronze beet
les ire the last sweat thing in modern trim
mings To be worn en Buite with the shaggy tweed
oostnmes and gold oapes are hats of rough
felt "sanglier" felts they are called blue,
brown and tan oolor the brims nnderfaoed
with the Scotch plaid woven on the reverse
of the felt On the outside eagles' plumes,
quills and other stiff feathers are scoured
with knots of vivid cherry or equally brillant
y Black silk skirts are worn with a square
Decked, round oorsage, whioh is made high
by a yoke of blaok chiffon dotted with blenet
or jet spangles. Elbow sleeves having a
bracelet of roses, a band of which finishes
the low neck. Bash of No. 80 satin ribbon
tied on the left in two short, upright loops
and two long ends, whioh are tipped with a
fringe of the spangles.
A t '11 gir1,named Short.long loved a certain
big Mr. little, while Littlo, little thinking of
Short, I loved a little lass named Long. To
make a long story short, Little proposed to
Long, and short longed to be even with Lit
tle's shortcomings. So Short, meeting Long,
threatened to marry Little before Long,
which caused Little in a short time, to marry
Long. -; .
Query: Did tall short love big Little less
because Little loved Long? ,, ,f
A I am in a hideous pickle. "
B How so? l .
A I have not got anything to eat, and the
only thing I've got to pawn is my false teeth,
and if I pawn them and bny something to
eat I can't eat it. I never was in such an
Awful fix in all my life. '
A CoUcrtiaa of Intcnattag Urmm Taa-
m SuhjMU, EipMiallr rnpuW F
tb Jlutr Bcadrr.
Paul Fierbitckrr, 15-yev-old German
boy of (lUturie, U. T., bits invented Rut
road tie will been offered t jO.OuU fur kla in
&iue-teutUaof the children in U Aver
borne at LowelL, Mtun., are suffering front
The Suburban Traction company of Or
ange, Jt. J., null 11,610,070 iudrbteUneiM,
has guiMt to the wall. The concern'
beavuKt creditor ia the American Loan
aud Trust company of liiKtoa which hold
$l,&H4tM of SO-veur bouda.
The fuueriil of M. De Lesaeps will occur
at fans on the lotu.
Xvea won the fluid game in the tourna
ment, defeating Ctuaefer by a score of CUO
to !. Ihe votul for the six uiyhu' play
are: Ires, 3,tWU; fcuaefer, 2,831.
In the Catharine Gins murder case, at
Minneapolis, two eonfetu-ioua have bceu
made, and the police surely have the right
uar'jes. The motive tor the crime was tne
iusurmice and the two Haywards aud Ku
t'inwr Ulitt of the Bate, where the lady
lived, seem to be equally guilty.
Vice President Steveusou is still at Ashe
ville, N. C. His daughter, Miss Mary
Stevenson, remains in the auine condition.
Vauipum (l'a.) citizens iirrouu-led aud
enptured two horse thieves in a woods near
Y urtuinbTg Jiouday. The thieves cou
feared, and gave their names as Hurry De
voy of Pittsburg and Frank Taylor of
t.Mwood. They bad been so closely pur
sued that they were in the woods for three
days without food, uud were almost dead
The president's family has abandoned
Woodley aud moved into the White House.
It is announced that one set of the shops
of the Michigan Peninsular Car company
would Mart ui Jan. 1, brolmbly. or before
IVb. 1 at tlie latest.
Nearly all the states of the Mexican re
public have now offered their cou'-iuirent
of men mid resources to the general gov
ernment in case of war with tiuataniala.
Strike Leader Phelau has been released
from the Lebanon (O.) jail, his time hav
ing expired. Jlu thinks the strike will do
good in the way of producing more favor
ubit) labor laws.
Sir John Thompson's remains will be
taken back toCuuuda for interment, in a
war vessel, lteq tiieni mass was said Fri
day in Lady chapel, Loudon. Queen Vic
toria cabled it letter of condolence to the
A bundle of papers beloiiidiiz to M. P.
Grace & Company of London was lost
overboard from the ship Cupuc in Novein-
uer, lsoa. rteceutly the package was found
iu the body of a shark killed ut Gauda
loupe, West ladies. The Dacknue was 9 bv
8 inches iu size. The papers were not in
jured, aud were forwarded first to the
J'reiich government., then fo their owners.
-" Crimes and Casualties,
Henry Beutz, a farmer living 14 miles
east of Kuusus City, is dying, and Lewis
Van Aker is dead, the result of two hold
ups by highwaymen.
Veru Carpenter, who recently had a foot
cut off by a Big Four train, was going up
stairs ou crutches, at Anderson, lud.,when
he lost his balauce uud fell backward to
the bottom. He is, perhaps, fatally hurt.
The man who was cooked to death on
Canal street, New Orleans, on Sunday
night by au electric light wire, was identi
fied us Joseph Jaworek, a native of Aus
tria. He wins a largo furniture dealer, and
had been there about live years. It is un
derstood he hud lived in St. Louis uud Ev
A young negro, who outraged a white
girl near Hope, Ark., was lyucaed.
Mrs. Ida Netzen drowned herself und two
small childreu ut Omaha, Demented.
Joseph Truskey was hanged ut Sand
wich, Ont Friday for the murder of a
Daniel M. Roberston was hanged at
New Bedford, Mass., Friday, for the mur
der of his wife.
The Sheniitiga (Pa.) giass works of Ned
Byknos & Folz was destroyed by fire.
Loss, $100,000; insurance, $30,000.
The Southern hotel block at Chatta
nooga burned. Loss, $125,000; insurance,
(50,000. Business tiring ou the ground floor
The factory of the Composition Board
Manufacturing company of Minneapolis
burned. Loss, $60,000.
At Buffalo, the Birge wallpaper fuctory,
covering half a square, was destroyed by
fire. Loss $300,000, aud 600 men thrown
out. This factory was the largest in the
world and remained outside the trust.
At Evergeeu, Ala., fire broke out in the
Racket store uud Bpread rapidly, destroy
ing 15 buildings. Loss, $100,000.
Fire in Chicago, in the building occupied
by the American Oak Leather company,
caused damage of $100,000. Part of the
roof fell in, burying Chris Nichols of Truck
No. 'i. He was rescued, seriously burned.
Fire in the ship storeyartls, on the west
side of Cape Fear river, Wilmington, N.
C., caused a loss pf $30,000, with practical
ly no insurance.
Captain J. W. Lucas, aged about 50, a
prominent lawyer and citizen of Paris,
Ky., died Sunday afternoon of heart dis
ease. He leaves a wife and Bis children.
Judge Joel K, Goodih, one of the
pioneers of Kansas, and one of the first
justices of the peace iu Kansas territory,
died at the home of his son in Ottuwa.
M. Auguste Bordeau, president of the
French chamber of deputies, died at Paris
Nathan Barnes Greely, the last surviv
ing brother of Horace Greely, the famous
founder of the New York Tribune, died at
the old Greely homestead, iu the town of
Wayne, Erie county, Pa., aged 83 years.
He whs a man of many peculiarities, and
a strong Spiritualist.
Baroness De Rothschild, widow of the
late head of the Frankfort House, is dead.
Charles B. Rohan, military editor of the
Boston Globe, died Wednesday. Death
was caused by apoplexy.
The Anglo-Austriun copyright treaty
bos been extended to Iudia, Australia uud
The steamship Trosonaddy left Mar
seilles witli 880 marines und SO tons of am
munition for Madagascar.
Au assassin shot at Sam Lnzzio in his
bed at Houston, but fatally wounded his
little daughter. Assailant supposed to be
a negro who had quarreled with Lazzio.
It is stated that a telegram was received
In Paris Saturday night announcing that
the Queen of Madagascar was ready to ac
cept unreservedly France's conditions.
De Reske is a successful farmer as well
as a famous tenor and has just won the
Russian prize of 10,000 rubles for the best
tud farm in the czar s dominions.
W. L. Corrigau, a brother of Archbishop
Jorrlgun, has become insane.
In Contact With a Buznaw.
BKLLEPOSTAINH. 0 TVn IB flo.
Swank, while engaged at his duties in
me Buwmiii, near urecna, came in con
tact with a buzzsaw, resulting in one of
bis nrnia Twino. fnvn n niAnAa m-
n -l" - w iuvUS. AXIS iu-
juries; are frightful and may prove
! , , I Same Bis Figures,'. .
Colcmbcs, O., Doc. 11. The govern
or, secretary of state, auditor of state
and attorney general canvassed the vote
for state offloers Monday. No change
was made from the figures hitherto
Subscribe for the Northwest;
Sexatb Consideration cf the Xicarairua
ennui bil( waa rualluu.nl. Finance coiu
auuee, inrouijii Mr. .Morrill, reported ad
verwly ou the currency luilauou jut-Houre
ut Mr. 1'vlfer. '(ita day cnx-d with au
executive aeun au which a large uuuiber
of nominations mire continued.
Hoist The airult uvr tile bill to
BUlboruu) rallruaii )kiiiiik was terminated
by the pawaifeof the bill by I lie decisive
vote of iott to 110. All eiluru to amend
aud recommit it and several attempts to
detest liie bill by filibustering were Uliauc-
SENATE The attempt made to aunul
the oue-eiglilh of a cent ditlerential on re
fined sugar was deleauxl by a vole of 24 to
'it; the effort to consider the cloture reso
lution of Senator S ent met a similar fate,
the vote being 34 to 34. which indicates the
improbability of changing the rules this
tension. Mr. Morgan iigam addressed the
senate on the canal bill.
HoteK The deficiency bill was up.
Stroug effort was made to leave out the
appropriutiou fur the collection of the in
come lax. but it signally failed. Vote, 'A
to 1-7. The item for Hieuiul pension exam
iners was also disputed.
SEXATE -An effort to adjourn till Mon
day was defeated by friends of the Nica
ragua canal bill, which was taken up and
discussed at length by Mr. Morgan.
House The deficiencv. fortifications
and military appropriation bills passed.
Mr. Cockrau endeavored to strike out iu
cotnu tux feature, but was badly beaten.
House The time of the bonsn m
passed debating the pension appropriation
bilL Pxssed without amendment, carry
ing $141,381,570. Evening session was
devoted to piivate pension bills, and
udiournuiUt waa taken till .Monday.
There were 3,8!K5 suits for divorce filed in
Ohio lust yeur. Now let Chicago show her
The Elks of Snrincfield are ulinnl. tn lia.
St. Cluirsvilln is to have a new bauk with
a capital of $50,000.
Massillon city council will require the
street railway companies to inclose the
Vestibules of their cars.
A penny bathroom und gymnasium is
the next step of Cincinnati philanthropists.
A cent gives the small boy a buth aud
Iorain will have a long distance tele
Fostoria, O., Deo. 11. The bodies of
Eisch and Brown, the two Auburn
(Ind.) men murdered on a freight train
Saturday morning, have been taken
home, and as soon as Harris is nblo to be
moved, he will be taken Same also
The four mnrdcrers have thus far es
caped detection, .to-". t.-
Itall'road Station Kobbcd. -""
Bellairk, O., Deo. 13. Robbers en
tered the railroad station at Woodsfield,
O., and after knocking the agent in
sensible secrrely bound him. The rob
bers then ransacked the station of es
nress goods, railroad tickets nnd nmnnv
after which they fled. '
Why Don't Thoy T
Columbus. O.. Deo. 11 Th Arb Ana
county board of visitors in its report to
tue state Doaru oi onanties filed Mon
day says the Nelsouville iail is ft riia.
grace to the city, and that a prisoner.
wuu omy a oiumsy toot, can dig out iu
a few hours.
Councilman's Extended Flirtation.
VnnvmiTAWM n n,.n i ,i n --t
man Thomas Tyrrell has been sued for
u,uw uumages ror alleged breach of
Dromise and sadnntinn Mm-ir n. j
-t -.i.t J .UTltlf La
the plaintiff, and she says that Tyrrell
has been puying her attention for 2'J
Stories of Wonderful Skill With Bow and
The expression "drawing a long bow"
does not of necessity mean the telling
of a falsehood. It sometimes refers to a
wonderful story, which may be true
enough, but which is so marvelous as
to require a firm trust in the veracity
of the narrator to enable the hearer to
believe it. Some of the longest bows of
this sort have been drawn about bows
These stories began long ago. Virgil,
in the "noid, " tells of four archers
who were shooting for a prize, the mark
being a pigeon tied by a cord to the
mast of a ship. The first man hit the
mast, the second cnt tho cord, and the
third Bhot . the pigeon as it flew away.
The fourth archer, having nothing left
to shoot, drew his bow and sent his ar
row flying toward the sky with such
speed that the friction of the air set the
feathers on fire, and it swept on, like a
meteor, to disappear in the clouds.
The stories told of Robin Hood's
archery, illustrated by his wonderful
performance as Locksley in Scott's
"Ivanhoe," are also a decided strain
upon a sensiblo person's credulity. The
f amons story of William Tell, doubted
by many persons, is believed by others
to have a foundation of fact There was
a Dane named Foke of whom the same
story is told, and William of Cloudes
ley, an Englishman, is said to have shot
an apple from his son's head merely to
show his expertness.
Most stories of bows and arrows re
Into tn tho nennrfttft dm nf the nrnhprs.
but a Frenchman, Blaise de Vigoncre,
tolls one that shows the tremendous
force with which an arrow may be pro
pelled if the bow be strong and long
enough. Aocording to his own aoconnt
of the mutter, he saw Barbarossa, a
Turk, admiral of a ship called the
Grand Solyman, send an arrow from
his bow right through a cannon ball.
Be Was Smart Enough.
"I witnessed a very interesting inci
dent when I was in Washington a cou
ple of years ago," said Francis T. Gray
of St. Louis, "and I have frequently
laughed over the lesson it taught. I was
strolling ont one of the broad avenues
in the residence part of tho town, Con
necticut, I think it was. Well, a couple
of Chinamen, attired in robes of silk
and satin of the most gorgeous descrip
tion, came pushing along at the charac
teristic gait of their race. The superior
appearance of the Celestials did not ap
pear to affect a number of small boys
who were loitering on a corner, for there
was an immediate choras of 'Chinamen
eat rats' as the men approached. Tho
Chinamen took no notice of the juve
niles, who followed in their rear, contin
uing their shouting. Farther np the
street a youth was standing on the side
walk, and as the Chinamen passed him
he, evidently inspired .by the boys, ask
ed them what shirts were being washed
afT He apparently thought the China
men didn't know a word of English.
Yon can imagine, his discomfiture then
When one of them turned to him with
an expression of the deepest commisera
tion on his face and remarked in excel
lent United States:
" 'You seem to be a very nice look
ing fellow. What makes you such a
Xool?' Washimzton Star-
We are headquarters for ladies wraps, and if you need any
thing in this line, we will save vou monsv
A Fine Worsted Ladies forkti t ZL m
Arood quality of ladies Beaver Jackets at $6.00 worth,"$lo!
- - AiS T it t i
In Plush wraps we handle nothing but the best
and Wfi will nffpr tViom of. OIR cna
And don't forget lo buy
Review of the Grain aud Cattle Markets
For December 17.
Cuttle Prime, $5 OOtiJd '25; good, $i 33$
i 60; good butchers, 3 05(fl4 25; rough,
fat, $j 73(33 fair light steers, $3 lo
3 00; bulls, stags und cows, $1 40(3 23;
fresh cows and springers, $:i0(g40; good
feeders, $3 OOfcjS 80. Hogs PhilaiielpDias,
$4 65(i4 75; best heavy iorkers and good
mixed, $4 oodU 60; common to fair
Yorkers, $4 45(g4 53; pigs, $4 134 35";
roughs, $3 004 50. Sheep Extra, $3 10
&i 40; good, $2 403 0; fail', $1 75a 00;
common, .$1 25g2 50; yearlings, $1 90(c2 30;
best lambs, $3 004 20; common to fair
Jambs, $.J 15ga y; real calves, $5 00(46 00.
-"i -Boston, -jur-r"'" "
Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XXX 20c,
XX uud above 1819e, X 17(818c. No. 1 18
(0520c, No. 2 20(sj21c, fine uuwashed, 13c,
unmerchantable 1314c; Ohio combing.
No. 1 (g-blood 20g21c, No. 2 -blood
80g33u. Ohio delaine lU20c: Micuigan X
and above 10c, No. 1 lSl<lc, No. 2 10c, tine
unwashed ll(ftl2c, uumercliaiitable 12c;
Jlicliigan comtiing No 1 (ii-blood 20c,
No. 2 X'-blood 20(g22c, Michigan delaine
17s'(al8c. Kentucky, Indiana and Mis
souii combing, J-blood ltii6;18c, do
blood 16,'ti i(S 18c, do braid 16(17c, clothing
-blood 10c, do 3-blood 10c, uo coarse 15a.
Offerings fro the week 2,216
ltejetions for the week 573
Ar.r.mil B;ilpfl fftr t.hn woui 1 hki
Receipts for the week. J' ioi2
The 2,216 hhds. oft'eretl sold as follows:
402, $1 003 95; 057, $4 005 95; 511, $6 00(0!
7 05; 2S3, $8 00a0 95; 183, $10 0U11 75;
yuraii to; ao, no www To; 5, $20 00
Wheat No. 3 cash aud December, 54c;
May, 58c. Coin Nd. 2 mixed, 46'c; No.
3 mixed, 49c. Outs No. 2 mixed, 38c;
XT., O ...Lit V Tn "'....K - I
Cloverseed Prime cash and December,
$5 57; February, $5 02J; March, $5 67.
Wheat 530. Coni-4144c. Cattle
Select butchers, $4 15(jl4 00; fair to
food, $3 354 10; common, $2 253 25.
iogs Selected and prime butchers, $4 65
4 75; packing, $4 354 45; common to
rough, $3 75G44 25. Sueep $1 503 00.
Lambs $2 50(638 75.
Hogs Select butchers, $4 704 80; pack
ers, $4 504 80. Cattle Prime steers,
$5 8a(g6 35; others, $3 004 65; cows and
bulls, $1 25(33 00. Sheep $1 503 00:
lambs, $2 50(4 10. .
Cattle-$4 40(g5 15. ' Sheep-$2 503 50:
lambs. $3 254 50.
i Dallfln Line
Withthe procession constantly headed for
THE SPOT CASH
Where bargains are on every hand for the
public. We piesent the largest variety of
I Ketter & Smith's
FIVE AND TEN
I Counter Bargains.
I Ketter & Smith,
E DDODDir TA D C .
Eight hundred men's
. . Takes qnalities made to sell at i
G.OO TO 8.00 I
Don't delay, come today ;
largest men's and boys' olothing
oots and S
, iaaies JlcKet at 7-
imuuiKu iicavci, luuies
.w wUVxxj. iM v-lw emu. pj.vj, wurun jpjO.uu.
one of our Sewixig Machines. Prices from $16:75 to $24. Warranted from 5 to 10 yrs.
NORDEN & BRUNS.
Hr 17. J.'T -T ......
u mm jcrm ma, aoes or una set you clothing as cheap as me will sell it for, for we carry our clothing in connection
with our stock of Dry Goods, and Boots and Shoes at no extra expense.
TIME T0 THINK F
We are fully "prepared for any amount of Christmas business, in fabrics and fancv wares
as well as the beautiful; everything down to a price point that is seldom reached.
Handkerchiefs. Christmas Hosiery. Furs.
A perfect sea of Handkerchiefs. Hun- A complete line of Xmas Hosiery, fine m, r- a . T , o, . .
dreds of styles and qualities, for women, goods, for Indies, men and children at our j i 88,81 Neo 8carf8 for ladies
men and children, from lo to $1.50 each. regular low-down prices. " children, at prieea lo soit all pooket-
ooous. Ine88 are very popular presents.
Silk Umbrellas. Hoods'and Fascinators. Dress Goods
, , . ,. . . . . ,, . ' .. We show the Inrgest line and best value in
Ho NBPQleon. Malte your selections for Xmas. The best of the season. Many novelties
Fine for a gift. represented in black or colored dress good?,
Rino Ttlnnl-aa "y tne yard or Pftttern, smooth or rough-
. Dine UlanketS. faced goods, all wool and mixtures.
Kid Gloves. , Fine wo1 8na fancy border, the soft
downy kind, make very acceptable gifts. A 0 -i. j r
A special Holiday display of all the most " o toilet Quilts. bmtS and Overcoats,
popular colors and lengths. A pair of Silk , , . .
or Wool Mittens would make an appropriate TTnlirliv Plnol-a As large and handsome an assortment as
Ejft IlOiiaay UlOaKS. you will dnd in the town, and at prices 'way
' , , . , L. . , below what the exclusive clothier will ask
, 1 be latest productions of the season; yon. Nothing will prove a more acceptable
TT VJ T. special purchase for the Holiday trade. We gift to a man or boy than a nice suit or over-
HolldaV Linens. have lare line, bnt the styles and prices coat.
nlone will sell them without much talk.
... . . . x u, . m nt iu. There are oloth and Chinchilla Jackets, oloth
A line of choice table sets, Tray Cloths, an(j piQ8n Capes, Fur Capes iu Coney, As- XT '1? U
Scarfs, Doylies, Centerpieces, Napkins, trachan , Electrio Seal , etc. , etc., at resular Men S Furnishings,
fancy Towels, etc. Make worthy presents. barKRin prioefl. A Macintosh or a n ee T , . A au. . , c
Beaver or Velvet Shawl would make a suit- La,anlrla bhirta,TJuff na Collars. Bus
able present panders, Neckwear, Underwear, Gloves,
Silver Novelties. other requisites. .
a large line of silver Salt and Pepper, Chiidrens Garments. Shoes and Slippers.
Match and Toothpiok Holders, Pin Cosh- , r
ions, Paper Cutteis, 8hoe Bnttoners, Thim- Handsome, stylish and comfortable Cloaks Men's ladies and children's fine grad
bles, etc, etc, at ordinary dry goods prices, for all ages and sizes, at very small prices. Shoes and Slippers, beautiful styles, good
Gold and plated Jewelery in Rings, Breast- Babies out-fits Eiderdown Cloaks, fine Em- wearing qualities. Don't you think a ptr
pins, Lace Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttons, broidered Cloaks, Caps, Bonnets and other of nice over-gaiters would make a very ao-
fancy Hair Ornaments etc. fixings. ceptable present?
N. B. With every $5 purchase we shall give you a beautiful story book for the children.
To be found in the trade. Standard qual
ity and rock bottom prices are tne two
objects we keep constantly before the pub
lic. It is a recognized fact that
Cash and low prices'niake a team which
never loses a heat. Remember the
When in the city visit the doll. In fact it
is a worldin itself.
THE HISTOB? OP JMLAJST:
fine, fashionable Tailor made Overcoats and Ulsters, go to the people at these unparalleled prices:
t . ;.oii Takes qualities
1O.00 TO 2,00
tell your friends ab&ut the greatest Overcoat and Ulster sale ever seen in this ov- any city. W
A.. J. VANDBNBRCEK. 1
and $8-00 wrth $12.00 and
oacKeL ai $iu,uu, worth 16.00,
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l UNTIL JAN. 1st, 1895, AT
In order to more tlioroiiRhly tdvertlee our floe Hand mide Portraits and flee
Waterproof Enamel Cahiuete, and eiv yon a chance to see the largest and beet
assortment of Picture Frames and Monldtusr ever on exhibition in tbls connty;
we make this unprecedented offer, open to all who bny one dozen of onr finest
embossed cabinets. We will give them a fine Band-made full-woiked, Crayon
Portrait, two tniras uie aizc,
same as ebown at our gallery, and
wauirom$i npwaiae. cnt u aoy pany win or oau irame mor iea muuvy man
we can, then you may take the portrait and have it framed where yea choose. And
to all who do not want a portrait we will give them instead a fine
SILVER EASEL FRAME
. ' or hand-made oil paintinR free, all framed ready to bansr oa the wall. Also, we
have just received 1C0 large pictures in sheet in addition to tho lot we had on
hand, making over 450 pictures to select from, of various sizes, style and binds,
such as line band-made naatela,
fine Photogravures taken from life, American Oleograph,, the finest plain and
colorOH Arty types, the finest and most stylish Etchings, Oil Paintings, Chronios,
etc. For holiday, birthday und wedding presents they are very appropriate and
acceptable. Now, to all parties who get photographs or frames of us, wo will
give any one oi the
t ABOVE PICTURES FREE,
nrnvMimr vem ant. na to frumf. it for
oonnly who can or will frame It for less money than we can, yon may take the
pictnre and get it framed where you choose. Our fluent waterproof enamel Cabinets
tti'AA w-fcTr-'i-w-m -rvrm T fin flnnst waternroof enamel em-
JfeSS.UU rrilt UUZiHiil. bossed Cabinets for the low price of
t $2.50 PER DOZEN.
cniMira Trt OPTH7.R-Vh.n mn
gold or pure silver frame, it will pay you to see our assortment of moulding and
Ret prices whether you buy of us or nut. Ready-made frames we keep constantly
on hand.f rom 1,000 to 1,500, at 25c and upwards. A good variety. Koom mould
ing to match any wall or piper, put on your wall at one piloe to all. Everything
warranted as represented or money refunded.
made to sell at
Wnrth 7 n
can Crime jour portrait, ready to haoK on The
von. However, if there in a nerson In Henry
want tho cheanest frame, or the very finest
10.00 & 12.00.
Takes qualities made to sell at '