Newspaper Page Text
gawi3i.ttiMjfa.Ty;? H.'jmi m."."?mmt&fi --. l-..il,ii-m.l,ll --
. (. -i-- ;.
y ?, , -
Annual Cheap Candy Sale begins Today. Now here:
Five Thousand Pounds Pure Fresh
Chir? Bixfd faidy. 10c jr pfand; choice Howe-Made
rdv. 12 1.2r tr ri liurl ? Fsnrr Hiti d Oman find v. Ion
m . "' : : , ' ;. i ' :.
ptsr aw n ; v.r"l Ui I irn p iu itiartutaaiiH aiuaj otnwiiv,
FssMjTabi Naifsflvf kinds wix), only 15c ptr pound;
AlsMH SOc per ixiun; Engiir-h Wnlrmts, 20c per pound;
Bratsk, Filbt r Is at a Pmr, 15c p r Ik It titht r store.
fC. W. PAYNTER & CO.,
M and 93 West Main and
MEN AND BOYS.
A Nice Hat,
A Far Cap,
COLLARS and CUFFS
Fine 8nspenders. 511k or Al
lan CmbrclUt. Beauties In
Neckwear. Cu5 Buttons. Scarf
PUs, etc. For a Choice As
ertsseat at Reasonable pri cet.
The Hatter and Furnisher.
3 Eaat Main St.
m PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
VHXTED 6tronc company or men with
W-'asaital la each leadirc city, to control
OK no rsuuusuea speciaiutn tu
y all leading business Interests A
. liarce pronis. uiunu inTesuita
Kd. Address. J. II. 11 JtCo . Opera
Cfeieaco. IU. K"
WASTED Everybody In Clark county to
fcaow that J. M. lieanett uudertaker and
User, has sola out on isner ltreei ana
Msomeeat o 50 West .Main street, ana
tsaretmred to furnish funeral and burial sup-
asea oa tne shortest possible uouce.
i day and night
r ANTED By a young lady ot experience,
srka writes a a-ood. plain hand, todo writ-
fist aa4 opylac Address A. IS., llepublfe of-
MTAXTZD Man to take the agency ot our
Wf am;sltasia;iincnes: weignt-ios
US; other sizes In proportion. A
i to create a nrrmanent bus! ness at
These sates mset a demand never be-
BBapUed by other safe companies, as we
vernea oy roe oaie rooi. aipiuc
fASTBD An experienced boik-keeper to
iW aolidt wnoletale and retail houses far
ssBtasUsaensable feature; tram to to $20 per
MVeaaoemade. vv in ctve exclusive ageccy
i Mrtt mm. Address, tlua. Frev.
lH.aortn third street fct Louis. Mo
WASTED Ladles to work on our fancy
goods for the holiday and winter trade.
Staeu-41stni- Pnll nartlentara f ree Ad-
tTElot Manufacturing Co, 43 and 43 Eliot
rAaTTED-All kinds ot clothes wringers to
sw tssjair: eaueaxorana aeaverva,, uram
awsipUy attended to.
8. M. Miller.
WIBLBEVT s rooms, cebtrallv located. with
I ant-clats accommodations, rent cheap.
esrtuMnered. none but white need ap
Call at No. 10. corner WanhtDZton street
JMardonr avenue. -ra
FR. aWKT-stabl. capacity for 3 horses.
Fist BEST Four rooms, all down stairs
Maa and wlf preferred. Bent (6. 32
Fa BEST Room; a very desirable, nicely
(aralshed front room, suitable for one or
wegeatlemen. at 111 South Market street one
fwxrom Arcaae. ziexerencerrjuireu. 10-
en the premises or of J. 1. Clarke 240tf
OB SALE An adjustable extension chair,
X can be made a couch, crib or easy arm
cane seat, with cushion.
Ussslr. Republic office.
POR 8ALB Farm. Forty
X good barn, house of six
rooms, and other
A never falling well of water.
attamxed atx miles
led atx miles south of tprtngSeld In-1
oathe premises of C. It Funs ton. SiSmf
Fer a Christmai prvsent? Or if .nit a Watch er Clock, perhaps some piece of Jew
elry, Ornament tt atfern thensuse or persen, Silver Set or Table Ware. If so, call at
C. C. FRIED'S, 6 E. MAIN,
Who has the grandes' display of such geods for the holidays of any house in the
city. Call and see him. He sells
v.sfc-T- - -. mkimd'LF' Pl !: LP A aklartVar
m -;.? - r. ir '..:' ..a.
40 Seuth Market Street.
ALL READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Leo Hrann, the Popular Jeweler. Displays
a Uaudsosne Line of Ooods.
A very desirable present may be selected
from the large and beautiful stock of Leo
Braun, the Jeweler, at No. 11 East Main
street. It embraces an elaborate assort
ment ot ladies' gold watches and vest
chains clocks that are new in design, dia
monds in set. and all that is suitable for a
hand-auie and useful present Mr. Braun
has taken special pains to select the nicest
line of jwxls that was ever shown in this
city. Mr. Braun leads the trade in holiday
goods and makes the largest and hand
Baumgardner is now making the finest
pictures In the country. They are all re
touched by the hand of our experienced
artist and not by machinery, as used by
ome other photographers In the city. All
When yon want good coal go to Wne'don
A Merrill, Grand opera house.
Holidays mm the I. B. W. Boat.
We take pleasure In announcing the fol
lowing: To enable the many patrons of the
I. B. A W. railway and O. is. railroad to
visit friends during the holidays, we will
sell excursion tickets to all stations on the
above roads at one fare for the round trip,
December 34, 25. 30 and 31. 1887. and Jan
uary I and 2. 1888; good to return until
January 3. No excursion tickets will be
sold at less than 40c
C L. Hilieakv. Ticket Agent.
I). U. ItocuE, General Agent
Try Braley Barber for hard coal and
coke. Xo. 77 south Market street
Nat Rant to Flad.
The west eud headquarters for Christmas
tree ornaments and all other Christmas
presents in the bakery and confectionery
line in the city at Frank A llax's. No. 107
west "Main street. We "have a complete
line of new and desirable goods. Our
home-made and imported candies are pure
and the best Our prices 'are rock bottom,
It will pay yon to cation ns before purchas
Holiday Bates on the Bee Une.
xcuokntiekets will be sold to and from
all stations .on the Cleveland. Columbus,
Cincinnati and Indianapolis rail ay, at one
fare for the round trip. Tickets an sale
December 24. 25. 30 and 31, January 1st
and 2d, and good to return uutil January
3d, inclusive. Call on agents for full par
ticulars. For bargains In Anthracite coal go to
Wheldnn A Merrill. Grand opera hotim.
FIXE AD MEDIUM PRICE
If you want to make a present to
yourself or some dear friend, what is
the matter with selecting a Fine Over
coat made to order, or the goods for
one ? 1 have a splendid line on hand
arid will sell them down to bottom
prices, and guarantee to have them put
up in the best possible style. Do not
fail to call at once and see for your
selves. Kemember the place,
J. W. PHILLIPS
XO. 39 FAST MAIV STREET.
STRAYED Fro the premises of the sub-
ertber a dark brown Alderney heifer, two
years old. short thle t neck, short born .giving I
Anv Information lesdlnc to her recov'
ery leftat Burnett's grocery. Main atreet.or at
the residence of the owner will be liberally
rewarded. Wm. M. Yeatell, 42 east High
FOR SALE OR .TRADE.
F0K SALE OR TRADE Ten acres of good
second bottom land, good frame house of 0
rooms, small tenement house. large barn.
will, trade lor city proeerty. or sell for cash.
Room No 1 Lagonda Bank building. George
II. Coles A-feon. lt
MONEY TO LOAN.
OVEYTO LOW Insures to sultoa first
mortgaee and good commercial paper.
Call and see us. Room So-1. Lai
building. George II. Coles A Son.
noom :vo- i.ugonaa iianx
STOP RIGHT HERE!
GOING TO BUY
A. GOLD OH- SILVER.
OBIT BANCROFT'S FRIOES ON BEST
Dr. Casper has all the best Cough Lotenees
and Candles, fresh and good, adapted tor
Coughs and Colds.
Horeboaa4 Coagh Catdr,
IT lid Cherry Congo Cm dy,
Tar Conga Drops,
Lime Frnlt Table to,
Pice Tar Coagh Candy.
Tare Slick Licorice.
All for sale at Io est Prices at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
sTtssses'sBloeh.Maiaatreet.Sd Door West
Black's Wednesda evening, Dec 14,
Miss Lizzie Evans in "Our Angel."
Ttl.Ari.tl MntifY., aiAntnir I kiw. 10 tliu
great Scan Ian, in his new play. j
Gkm Monday evening, Dec 19, Nat
E. S. Wallace, esq . was in Troy yester
day. Read Paynter A. Co.'s nil , top of this
Mr. D. T. West has relumed from New
Mr. Albert Ewer, of Tiffin, was in town
It is north a quarter to know what is the
Mr. C. IL Potter, of Cleveland, was in
the city yesterdaj.
Mr. II. L. Chapman returned from Jack
son, Ohio, jesterday.
Mr. T. M. Manning, of Springfield,
pent last Mondaj in Xenia. Xenia Turch-
Go and hear Dr. Gladden to hnd out
whether or not j our own "society" is the
Mrs. Charles R. Shepherd and MLss Kate
Shepherd will v bit friends in Clnclnuati
"The Best Societv," Is Washington Glad
den's subject for tomorrow (Thursda))
Randolph Coleman, esq , was in London
yesterday en legal business. He was in
court with a case.
A case of diphtheria was reported todsy
at the residence of Mr. A. IL Smith. No.
353, Mound street
Mr. Henry Miller and daughter. Miss
Elpha Miller, left this morning for
Los Angeles, California.
Col. E. M. Munger is already making
preparations to attend Foraker's inaugura
tion at Columbus InJanuarj.
Miss Addie Wiseman, of Tiffin, was the
guest of her aunt, Mrs Samuel Clark, of
west Columbia street last neck.
Miss Carrie Miranda, of New Carlisle,
and her cousin. Miss Carver, are in the
cit today on a shopping expedition.
Mr. A. P. Gatch, formerly of this city,
but now a large railroad bond dealer of Co
lumbus, was in the city today on business.
k Miss Lizzie Evans arrived this morning
fro-n Di ton, and is quartered at the Ar
cade. A part of her compaii) is at the La'
Mr. John Shepherd went up tc his lion e
at Mechanicsburg this morning to nur-e
the mumps, which set in on both side9 of
Andy Livingston, engineer on the Pan
Handle, with a run between this city and
Richmond, has received a new engine, and
is correspondingly proud.
The articles left from the United Presby
terian bazar will be offered for sale at rea
sonable rates, at the church tomorrow (De
cember 15th) from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Mr. Lou Colt left for Clev eland this morn
ing, where he will be a delegate to the
seventeenth annual meeting of the C. C. C.
! Jt L mutual insurance company.
I The Clark County Medical society will
j hold its monthly meeting at the usual place
tomorrow afternoon, at 1:"0 o'clock. Mem
ber 9 ure all requested to be present
Miss Etta AcliufT, of Lockiand, Ohio,
who has been the guest for two weeks past
of Miss Louie M. Shaw, of north Market
street returned home this afternoon.
Remember the "High School Library
Benefit" tomorrow (Thursday) evening,
Umri . r!i..i.iv i,. ..!. .
" ""'" u . ..u. ., luc vuu
Rsserved seats without extra charge.
Officers Mast and Greaney captured a
runaway horse at the corner of Clifton and
East streets yesterday afternoon about 4
o'clock. The owner's name could not be
Brain workers should never be without
the great brain invlgorator, Vinegar Bitters.
Dariatr the atoalh of DeeeneVr The
Nelsea Bslnes College will sell echo!,
arshlaaoa the followiag term: $.20
dowa, balaace la three (3) monthly
THE LAYBOURN CASE.
A Mortgage JMaeetl Upon the Mother's
Homestead to feecure the Bolder ot
There are no new developments of im
portance in the case ot Councilman Henry
C. Lav bourn, the forger and fugitive The
matter is still the prevailing topic ot con
vereatlon on the streets, and despite the
public dismay at the man's crime, there Is
a strong undercurrent of sympathy for Lay
bonrn. Late jesterday afternoon John C. Lay
bourn et al. left a mortgage for record.
which is in favor of Dr. L. E. Russell and
Is for the amount of $2,500. It is under
stood that this mortgage is to secure all
those who are llkel) to suffer by reason of
the alleged forgeries of Henry C. Lay
bourn, and it is to be hoped that a satisfac
tory arrangement can be brought about In
this matter. It is certainly commendable
in the old mother, who Is thus encumbering
her own property to protect her son s vic
tims. Dr. Russell held notes in a larger sum
than was at first supposed, and this step is
the legitimate result of a consultation of
the note-holders, at the advice of legM
I.ATFK THf I'ltiUECTOIVKV IT.
Since the above was written Dr. Rii'sel
and Randolph Coleman, esq , have made a
thorough canvas of the case, and as a re
sult the doctor this afternoon sui rendered
the mortgage and gave up with clean hands
He is conbdeut that it all the
holders of the forged notes
would have accepted fifty cents on
the dollar of the face of the notes, the pro
ceeds of theAlvlra Lav bourn homestead
would have yielded that amount But some
of the note-holders wanted dollar for dollar
and would consent to no other agreement.
Consequently, tbewbole thing was given up
and the law and the v ictims will have to find
w hat compensation is possible from each
other's society. One ot the note-holders,
Fehl. Johnson A Co , refused to let Dr.
Russell or Mr. Coleman see the note, and
have put it in the hands of Messrs. Bow
man & Bowman, with the avowed Intention
of ru.liine Laybourn In'o fie society
of E. L. Harper. Other note-holders are
usually more lenient Dr. Russell loses
heavily , both on the note and his book ac
count with La) bourn, but managed to get
an organ belonging to the fugitive by pay
ing some back installments due upon it
He is now learning to play that beautiful
ballad, "Only to See His Face Again."
The Congregational "Milk Maid's Jubilee"
Given Last Might With Great Success.
The repetition of the "milk maid's Jubi
lee" by the ladies of the Congregational
church last night at the new G. A. R. hall,
was a fine .Annie to the series ot entertain
ments. About two hundred people were
present and enjoyed the evening to the
utmost Black's opera orchestra discoursed
excellent music Mi-s Lotta Zu Tafem's
excellent alto solo. Miss Iza Gail's amusing
recitation, "The Joiners." and Master Paul
Gail's recitation "Jim Wolf and the Tom
Cats," which was vociferously encored,
were all received with enthusiasm. Pin
suti's delicious chorus, "Good Night
Beloved," closed the first part, and
then followed an intermission devoted to
the auction a1e of fancj articles by ex
Sheriff Jim Foley. Mr. Foley has a spon
taneity of tongue in auctioneering that
makes him a great card, and his work last
uight w as v ery successful. He very kindly
gave his services gratuitously. The milk
maids' drill, with Captain T. J. Kirkpat
rick in command, followed and was re
ceived with the nsual enthusiasm. The
wonderful humanophone. with Prof. A- II.
Griffith as demonstrator, was the taking
wind-up ot the entertainment
Including last night over $500 In clear
money was made on the f estiv al.
HERE'S AN IDEA.
Superintendent Fleming Favors an Eighth
Ward Maw Meeting for the Selection
Superintendent James Fleming, of the
county Infirmary, an enthusiastic republican
and an intelligent observer ot political
matters, favors a novel method of supply
ing the city council with repress ntative
from the Eighth ward. The evanishment
of Councilman Laj bourn makes It neces
sar for the Eighth ward to elect tvo coun
cil men next spring, and Mr. Fleming is In
favor of holding an Eighth ward mass
meeting of all parties and selecting two
councilmen by acclamation. The idea is
probably more novel than practicable, and
the chances are that the meeting would re
sult in a grand, free-American-citizen
squabble, discreditable to the entire ward.
Two xoang Ladles Jointly Tendered the
Mention was recently made in the Re
public of the change in the probate court
of this county, by which the veteran and
efficient clerk, James W. Cummings. ceased
to act In that capacity. Judge Miller has
now appointed Miss Anna B. Hall as dep
uty clerk; and his daughter. Miss Ella Mil
ler, already a deputy, and efficiently famil
iar with the routine of the office, together
with Miss Hall, will jointly attend to the
duties of probate clerk. This assures an
ex-Wlent performance of the work, and the
appointments are highly satisfactory to the
"Good wine needs no bush." Washington
Gladden Is too well known to the read ng
world to need our further commendation.
Let many do themselves the pleasure of
hearing him on tomorrow (Thursday) even
ing. Judge Young yesterday afternoon fined
James Trotter S10 and costs for drunken
ness, and Mrs. Hughes S3 and costs for the
same offense. Thomas Sharpe, charged
with obstructing the street was dismissed.
Mr. Patrick Dwjer, who has been firing
for Nat Collins, on the Springfield and
Richmond run, has been promoted to the
position of engineer, and is now running
the yard engine. Xenia Ocattte.
The pupils of the High school hope for
encouragement in their enterprise. A good
audience for Dr. Gladden will accomplish a
double purpose the hearers will be pleased
and the Iiterarj fund increased.
Reuben Mitman, drunk; William Don
nelly, disorderly; Jerry Shay, drunk and
disorder!) and resisting officers; and Con
Shay, drunk and disorderly, were arrested
Ed. Palmer, John Doyle, Jerry Shay and
Con Shay had a 6ght yesterday afternoon
between 3 and 4 o'clock at Myers's lively
Mr. T. V. Bean, the harness maker, has
removed his place of business from No. 24
south Limestone street to No. 19 north
Limestone street, in St James hotel block.
tin ret Cider.
Sweet cider for sale by the eallon or bar
rel, fresh from the press, at O. II. NefTs
grocery, Xo. 146 Clifton street.
Union Cooperative Coal Co. sellsHock
log, Jackson and Sunday Creek.
a Christmas Present.
Messrs. W. C. Downey Son have a nice
line of silverware, and they make some use
ful Christmas presents. Better go in and
It is computed that there are nearly a
thousand w omen in Iowa w ho own (aims
and give them their personal attention.
On) eighty of these farms are mortgaged.
Try WfaeJdon ft Memll for coal.
OF BUYING A
EVENING, DECtftffiErt 14.
THE ROYAL ARCANUM.
lis Annual Flection Last Main-Fun In
Abnndanre The Surer. of Hi Lodge.
and the t'erfect Harmony Among Its
The Rojal Arcanum held its regular
meeting last night It was full of life and
possessed a great deal of active Interest
among its members. The annual election of
officers was had. Reports of the officers for
the past year were heard, which showed the
lodge to be In the best condition in every
respect Considerable fun was had In the
election of a vice regent, there being but
one name in nomination that of Mr. W.
F. Bevitt. Will Is alvvavs bright and it
seems ha did not want to serve
as an officer. He seemed to be,
however. In the hands of his friends, who
Intended to "put him through." but Will
made a motion as soon as his name was
mentioned that the nominations then close
and his be made unanimous. This created
gieat laughter, aud then the name of J. D.
Gibson was "put up" and he was elected.
BeVm is the inniplete list of the new offi
cers for the jear Isss;
Ciarle, Cathcirt Rgent
.1 I) Gibson Vice Regent
J 1! Clingerman Past Regent
W. F. Bevitt-Orator.
J. B. McConnell Secretary.
E. D. Buss Collector.
G. W. Collett Treasurer.
Chas. Crooker Warden.
Ij. Good) ear Seutr.
Trustees 1 Phillips, E. T. Thomas, O.
Representative to Grand Council E. T.
Thornton lias Failed
On the New Home and New Improved
White sew ing machines. He onl) sold live
machines last week. He expected to sell
six. The following are the names of those
parties to whom Mr. Thornton sold the ma
chines: Mrs. Went north Columbia street;
Miss McDuel. Linden avenue, Mr. Frank
Ottls, Gellitt road, near Springfield; Mrs.
Burt, Elder street and Mrs. Jackson, South
ern avenue. Any man selling five ma
chines two weeks before Christmas, what
should he do at Christmas time In the way
of Christmas presents ? He should more
than double that amount ot sales. Last
year he sold eleven machines in one day.
'the New Improved Wiiite and New Home
are getting so popular that everybodv
knows their merits. They are entirely se f
threading, have self-setting needle and
winds its own bobbin without assistance.
Also has a double feed. M r. Thornton will
put any one ot these machines on trial
against any other machine made. For re
pairs and attachments and parts, go to
Thornton, No. 10 north Market
The I. B. & W. California excursion will
leave Springfield. O., December 14, 21 and
28, inclusive. For rates, time ot trains.
etc, call on or write to
C. L. HlI.IF.ARV,
Ticket Agent Springfield. O.
I arket street
Coal Co., 17 south
Beautiful Carving Sets.
A beautiful carving set such as you find
at W. C. Downey A Son's, is one of the
nicest Christmas presents you could make
to the head of the house.
Are for serviceable wear
in suits or over
coats, rubber goods, or furnishing goods,
the "When" has every tiling a little cheaper
than everybody else.
Its superior excellence proven In millions ot
homes fer more than a quarter of a century.
It Is used by the United States Government
Endorsed by the heads of the Great Universi
ties as the Strongest. Purest, Most 11 faithful.
Dr. Price's the only Baking Powder that doea
not contain Ammonia. Lime or Atom. Bold
PRICK BAKING POWDIR CO..
vaw voaa. rmcAon. ev Lorra.
Tks Oalf rirsWIass Hease ef this alae
la tas city.
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
No. U6K W. Main. K. H. Corner Factory.
RATESi-ll to at.SO per dan and
SMJtO. ax and M per week.
Dr Levitt E. Custer,
Preservation of natural teeth bt latest ap
proved methods. Strletlr ant-class work
e m. ffishat. t atni.T ntmw y.
Watching Mr. Limbocker from year
to year climb to the top
houses in the town has
headquarters and take
I believe I, Santa Claus,
friends about this time, Christmas, and I
would be pleased to have you all call at my
new headquarters and examine the best as
sortment in Springfield.
Your old time friend,
1 " sssnssseasassaeawasavsasaBsasjaMesassaassaMsnaaaisj t vll
Seats Ready at Pierce's Tomor
row, Thursday, MorninE,
at 8 o'clork.
Offlce: Kiug's N'ew Rulldlac. Market Street,
Physician and burgeon.
Oculist and A oris t-
Exeentor's .Vol ice of Appolatmeat.
Notice Is hereby clren that the undersigned
has been duly appointed and imlined as ex
ecutor of the will of trunk C. Ooode, late of
Clark county, Ohio, deceased
S2b J MES S OOODE.
DR. H. R. DOSCH,
Operating Dentistry a Specialty.
Psrlore- IS and IT! i
A list of 1 009 newsnaners divided Into
STATES AND SKCllU.Nd will be sent on
To those who want their idvertislnr to par.
we can otter no better medium for thorough
and effective nork than the various sections
of our Select Local is
GEO. P. ROWELL CO.,
Xewspaper AdrertlJinir Bureau.
Ill spruce street, New York.
and equal the first
induced me to make
an interest with him.
have a great many
SBaAlLr, ANTD YOTT VSTTXjLi
s. -i . , . , . , . , ., . , , ., ,-y,, , , CBjK
mOF. SMITH, of WittDnber? College.
Recommends Cleveland's Superior Baking
Powder, and condemns the nse of Ammonia
in Baking Powder.
This is to certify that I have examined
Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, samples of
which I purchased in open market, and that I
can recommend it as a good, wholesome, and
unadulterated article. It does not contain
ammonia, an ingredient of many baking powders,
and one which I regard as highly objectionable,
since it seriously impairs digestion. I have
examined biscuits baked with an ammoniated
powder, and have found, as has been repeatedly
declared, that the ammonia was still there.
Cleveland's powder gave the amount of pure
carbonic acid claimed for it by the manufacturers.
EDGAR F. SMITH, Ph. D., F. C. S.,
Prof, of Chemistry in Wittenberg College.
Springfield, O., January 1, 1887.
WE ABE OFFERING
Chamois Skins and Sponges, Bath Gloves
and Brushes, Mirrors, Hair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, Whisk Brooms, and a gen
eral line of Toilet Goods.
CHARLES LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharnacltts, 55 East Main Street
WHITE SATIN SUSPENDERS,
SILK UNO PLUSH NECKWEAR !
LEATHER COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES,
FANCY NIGHT SHIRTS,
. Furs, Robes, Gloves, Umbrellas, etc.
JLT 55 ARCADE,
Have a splendid assortment of Books of all
kinds ; Toilet Cases, Work Boxes, Manicure
Sets, Shaving Sets, Infant's Sets, Cuff and
Collar Boxes, Hankerchief and Glove Boxes,
Writing Desks, Elegant Plush Bpxes of Sta
tionery, all kinds of Frames, Mirrors and
Whisk Brooms, finest line of Cigar Cases, Card
Cases, Pocket Books, Bill Books and Purses,
Elegant Leather Portfolios, large line of Pho
tograph and Autograph Albums, Gold Pens and
Holders; full line of Games and Toys.
P M T
AT A GREAT BARGAIN
flpUBES ASKED, BY THE 1