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KEPTTBLIO, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 10. 1887
PERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE!
TATE HAVE JUST FUPLOHJSEJID IN" THE EASTERN MIAJR-KETS -AJST
IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS ESPECIALLY FOR i HOLIDAY TRADE
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GIVE US A CALL AND SEE THE MANY RARE BARGAINS WE OFFER.
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SILK DEPARTMENT: Black Dress Silks at 75c, $1, $1.25, $1 50; value, $1, $1.25, $1.50 j
Over 1,000 dozen Ladies', Gents' and Children's Linen Handkerchiefs, all to be sold at
fraud $2. Colored Dress Silks at $1, cheap at $1.25. We have all the desirable shades. greatly reduced prices ; over 1,000 Silk Handkerchiefs at 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c, $1.00; all
satins atjifii. and 7J.n. worth 65c and $1. in all the delicate shades for fancy work, .splendid values.
VELVETS AND PLUSHES : Largest and most complete stock in the city ; all at low prices. LINEN DEPARTMENT : We ask special attention to the many bargains we offer in Table
DRESS GOODS : We are showing all the fashionable shades in Dress Fabrics ; Priest I y's! Linen, Napkins and Towels.
Black Dress Goods a most complete stock. CLOAKS : The latest styles n Ladies , Misses and Children's Winter Wraps ; 50 Seal
,;, - HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR : This department is full of speaking bargains. Plush Wraps, worth $30, to be sold at $20. This is a good time to buy an elegant Cloak
GLOVES The largest and most complete assortment we have shown. Foster's cele- cheap ; Domestics of all kinds at low prices.
rated Kid Gloves, the best made ; we've all the new shades; all kid gloves fitted to the hand. ! Merrimack Prints, only 4c ; Navy Blue Prints, 5c ; good Unbleached Muslin, only 4c.
hat.T- SOON -A.NTD SECURE SOME OF THE CHEAP GOODS WE AEE SEI,IElSrG.
The only brand of Laundry Sons
warded a first clas medal at Uio
1 Uew Orleans Expo&itlon. Guaran
toed absolutely pure, ami for central
-fcOG5iold purposes Is the uy bes
Senalpr John She rnian projosfs to cor
rect the Irregularities of the tariff and to
reduce the surplus. He Is acting In accord
ance with the utterances of a series of na
tional republican platforms, as quoted be
low: It Is due to the lalmr nf the nation that
taxation -hcuhl he cipialtefil and reduced
a rapid!) ai the national taitb will penult.
Kepublican National platform. IMS.
Tub annual reenue, after paying cur
rent expenditures, pensions, and the inter
est on the public debt, should furnish a
moderate balance for the reduction of th
prlncipil, and that reenue. except as much
as mau be derived f mm u tax upon fohic
cr and Itipiorr. should be raised by duties
upon importations, etc Ilepublican plat
The revenue necessary for current ex
penditure and the oliligatlim of the pub
lic ihht nut be largely ueritad trom amies
Tin Xatlonnl Dally Republican, -of
Washington, D. C, says:
The Inauguration of Governor Foraker
at ColumDus, January 9. 16SS, promises U
b almost a national affair. Many promi
nent renublkans of Sew York. Peiinajl-
rania. and of the eastern as well of the
w extern and southern states, will be pres
ent. The Pittsburg (Amencus) club and
many local and state clubs will participate
in the inauguration of this gallant and
rising statesman. He now belongs not to
Ohio alone, but to the whole country.
Representatives of republican clubs frem
all over the country will meet in this city on
Thursday, and discuss the situation and
tell their experiences at the recent election.
Papers will be read from Senators Hiscock
and Evarts and ex-Senator Piatt on "The
Best Way to Lose a State." The whole
affair will resemble a feast with funeral
baked meats in etcry course. New York
nmin lmnnrrattnna. which, so far as dos.I- . Star.
.ble. should be adjusted to promote the In-. The beys are simply preparing for a
ten -Is of American i Mlr and advance the I -orKeous democratic funeral, next ear.
Iprospinlj of tiw tcholc country Kepub-i" :
Iicanplstrorm.lh.fi. ' The New Era uses two columus ot mat-
We affirm the belief avowed It. '876. that' ter , j to ...nswer .. D- .up.
tlieduticx lerleilinrthc purpose, of te-.. .. ". . . ,.,-
- .iw,i.i ... .i..ri.nin.t. . tn f.cr P05"1 rpiuienta. figures and diagrams.
American J(jr. Kepublican platform. &? 'wes of editorial which ap-
lb-o. i Beared in the II-public When a
TEXIHN AXI WEEKLY.
. UrCKJC riati Ue ! Tor- d W..t
era 'AmwMt4 Ftm. D1sU-e mi Ue lU.tf r
Me Ctettf) Telecraaia.
THOS. O. BKOVTN,
aiiwun niusiii. ciiH?m,
" PIUhert and Proprietort.
IIMUIO .mrUBUO ta poMIihed
t ! e-eeot Sanaa, and la deilv
at tbe rate it 10c. per week. Blngl
BR WKKKI.T KKrUBI.IO la publlsheC
Mri Thmracay. and It eoe ot the moit com
m4ea a-mlt newspapers In the encntrr .
at-t pace, markets complete, hepietr
vAk aiewf ao4 mlaeellanT. tl Per rear
ta-artaot ash ta advaaee.
- The democratic rarty has failed com-(cause demands that two columns shall be
plelelv to relieve the people of thel burden USj toangw fie ,, ,t must w apr.,t
of unneresoarv taxation by a wise reduction j... . , ' ...
or the Mirplu-. ' thin and weak oue. Especially when the
The repiiMiean psrty pledges ttelf tot answer of two columns doesn't answer.
correct the Inequalities of the tariff and
to reduce the surplu. not by the vicious The wets ln Atlanta are not so happy
and indiscriminate process of horizontal as they supposed they were going to be.
reduction, but by uch methods as icilt re-, The city authorities have hxed the license
Here the tax p.iycr vv itbmit injuring the la- fe at $1,500 a j ear. and they propose tc
win VI llir ).ir4i pttf.iic ,i..ii itikr-i- "i
tho country. Kepublican platform, list.
A cheap variety of refined petroleum, ' the drinking-places will be rubbed out
t close out all retail dealers who do not pay
i the tax. It is said that three-fourths or
oatKiiinleatloni and contributions
I be addressed taXurroa M- Nichdlb
.aaaUtnatneanittera to Tbo--s U
SPKTJf ornxD, OHIO.
ratMT EvniMG. DECEMBER IE. 1887.
Tb Kenton Republican's holiday edition
A. tool and bis money are soon parted In
Klpe ttrawberries have turned up their
mHInc faces and red cheeks in California.
Tba Western Star, Lebanon, O., loves
tha pnaldent "for the blunders be has made"'
hi Us free trade message.
The Eer. Hugh O. Pentecost says he is
"t" with Christianity. Perhaps Clins
toitT has got ont of him.
Oar Dayton journalistic neighbors should
MM ap aad take a look at the basement of
mat stew government building.
- K. Fastenr snggasts that ben chelera be
Md as a emus of disposing of the super-
- aeus rabblH t New Snth Wales.
Own not, Foraker has Scotch, Irish,
'Welch, German and Yankee blood in his
' vakasaed was born and lives in Ohio.
The Ironton (O ) Itegbter savs that:
"Batarean the president's message and the
4aa, aba sheep are to hare a hard time
Christian Denning, a non-Christian anar-
rijt: ks'ti ot Chicago, knew what ought to bs
feg, s?rith him, and so did it. He killed
which Is bought here at altout 3 cents per
gallon, is ued in beating and cooling
stores. The process of conflagration is
something like that of natural gas. Thoe
uing it say that it is much cheaper than
coal. If crude petroleum could be used the
results would be much better, for seme of
the elements thrown ont In the process of
refining would male good fuel. The use
of the crude oil in stoves which are now
employed would stick np the pipes, but in
ventive genius Is at work ln this line, with
a prospect of good results. That cmde pe
troleum is to be very extensively used for
fuel purposes is a settled fact already. In
Russia a process for solidify ing petroleum
has been dlscov ered, by which the oil is
made into cakes, of the consistency of tal
low, which burn slowly, as fuel, hut give
cut a great degree of beat. Petroleum,
which is now a drug in the market, and
hardly pays for pump'ng out of the earth, j
is n-eiy to rival coal in oue lima, ana to
put down its price. Cheap fuel in the near
future is a certainty, and ne do not hesl-
When it comes to paying taxes the presi
dent declares that he is ho longer a citizen
I of Buffalo, Few York. And vet vv do not
hiar of auv great excitement in Uultalo
If Mr. Cleveland were again in private life
we doubt whether he could be elected mayor
of his old town.
Talk VV Itli a Win- Expert.
"Doci wine get KaMc!v?" asked a re
porter of n c!ijiniig!i expert.
"Cvrtjiiilv it ls,'lieiinswcred. "and
it docs not nx-ovir fiom it until Jt lia
laid a month undisturbed in a cellar
where the Umpcrature doi not vary. In
warm weatlivr it n-uiics longer" rest.
Tilts' h w liy our firm iniiiort as little as
iwwiblu tluricjj the Bummer months.
Frost is clso a cn-at enemy of pure cliatu
ngue. and it is dangerous to import it
during v pry vM v eat In r. hen touched
by f nl vv uif Utimies llakv , and it often
taki-, momlisfor it to recover. Tin' facili
ties for Drotectimr vvin from fntsr wlnh.
j m transit from luims to tliu seaUiard are
virj jr, even if tho vvmo nan not
THE MEXICAN HAMMOCK.
lfTifau1 lb- tint r irvn
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uxe to preaici xi.au oy some means or oxn- ..claret! .,, Butrndies should rest a
er. we shall jet have fuel for power-pro- m0ntli to mimrfrom the iffiitsof a
duclng purposes at aco-t corresponding to L, ovnge. Itlunc wine caui.ot 1 im
that of natural gas. I ported, at nil m siimuitr except in glass.
j and even tin n it needs lest. Engli-Imieii
Murat Halstead, in editorial correspond- im ,gme tliat champ.igiie Ls not lit to
ence from New York to the Commercial drink until it Ik-coiui- mellow- with age
Bat one ef the several New Orleans pa
Van .snstains the positiou of President
Caaratand in behalf of free trade. That is
ByTzZf av 0oaunajcruiu. uusn mr uau..iK'
KS niesi and Things" speaks of O-au- Wilde
a4 Jafan Jacob Astor aud the rich widens
a 9bw Tort
Oar president, with his salary and wbite
bmm aad contingent expenses, costs us
. 114,866 s year. He isn't worth It and w e
. arepose to kick next year.
"Oath" In the Enquirer is a very objee-
,,tlaaMe fly in democratic intment. to the
' jBaUefoBtaioe rimintr. whose editor call
5 flBta'a" productions "dog-wash." We do
The democratic Memphis l));x-it wishes
SVbiim ulii Nashville American to
- all Mtm - i.l-tn In 'hat rMnrt 1t tariff
I ami irom uauae ot .lames u. xtiaine.
Bit- W. snsnflct that there is a "hen
Gazette, of December 14. says:
That which will most attract the atten
tion or Ohio people touching the president,
ls the statement. uno very high authority.
that he bears a rude and exaggerated re
semblance to the distinguished chairman of
the republican state evecutiv e committee of
Ohio, Mr. William Siiakspeare Cappelier
Hut the president has not got those fine
lines of joyous satisfaction that have been
noted in a profile view of Mr. Cappelier
since the re-election or Governor Foraker
by a handsomely increased plurality.
Wo Infer from this that the president Is a
very good-looking but an exceedingly sad
and has lost its. sjarkle. This is an absurd
Idea. In this condition it U really a kind
of Clublis. Clarets, w itii rare exceptions,
are unfit to drink after liecwmmg tea
vears old." New York Evening Sun.
When the creditor of our absent brother.
Mr. iajbourn. get things fixed to suit them-1 " on urc
' Tfca fall ers of Mr. Blaine might find It
-.Itlili tA consider the fate of the bull
FX? -- - i.ta t -Ith - kllm-il r-ln fh-rl-lit
tfeS- af amr acres abridge. Memphis .4 pjetil.
Kjp- tkh) case It Is the "railroad trim" that
i to be tn the greater danger.
Sherman Is a very sensible and
At the Home Rale meeting at
he did not field it necessary to
Mm British lion's tall, but took the
justice to Ireland would be fur
of the English people themselves.
to the interest and glory of
m -1 it
sei.es. so that the gentleman can come
back with safety, it ts quite possible that
the prosecuting attorney and the grand Jury
may gtt after him. When men commit
crimes It isn't their victims, but the courts.
teat decide what is to be done with them.
They decide questions arising out of crimes
and misdemeanors according to law and to
fact, and aim to administer justice. That
U what courts are for. We may be as
sorry as wo please for criminals, but ws
must not be guilty of compoundiug a fel
ony. Therss altogether too much of that
sort of thing.
The New York Jfalt und Expi ess.one of
the bravest and best of republican papers,
presents this platform to the bravest and
bet elements of the republican party, for
use In ISSs:
Protection to American industries against
(reiini pauper labor, to American shipping
and commerce against foreign subsidized
steamship llneto American homes agianst
"the saloon." and to the institutions that
Americans hold clearest, agaiust imported
anarchists thes are the living issues on
wliU h the republican party can regain na
tional power with absolute certainty in
Tins pleases us. To it should be added:
A Ires ballot and a fair count, and several
Indiana ."vigilantes" are now making
war cm the "white caps." Wo feel some
what, in this matter, as the old mau did
about the fight between ltetsy and the bear.
When the two clans have wiped each
other entirely out, Indiana will be a pretty
decent state. If the people who are organ
izing as"v!gilantes" would form themselves
lato a Law and Order society and co-operate
with the courts aud police they would
accomplish something, and do It in a legal
aud proper w ay.
The New York ll'orld is trying to do a
little hedging on the free trade business. In
behalf of the president The picsldent's
programme for 18SS doesn't seem to work as
well as was expected. '
Mm-. lCit..rla MrM Appe irxnr-.
The Vienna Allgcmvinc Zeitung piib
jshes an interesting; extract from the
forthcoming tmmoirs of Mine Ui.tori.
iccording to which tho famous actios,
OMdclur li bill on tiie stage at tliu av
A three montlis. lKr jmruntslxmliotli
ictorti, tliev coiisenml to her npjK-armg
!n the play "The Ntvv Year's 1'rost nt," m
i.e of whose Kxnea an infant is sent in a
KAet to its grandfather. Hir debut.
low ever, was a i.uiuiv, rut she uogancrv-
slie ouglit to have done
k, totally siioiling the lli'Ct. Her sec
ond attempt, at the ago of 3 jcars, a
lot much more succesifiil. for when at
acked by tl.e villain in "ltiauca and
Fernando," who thro.vUiied to uuinler
aer in the luvsence of lur mother, she ro
asted dt'speratily. biting and scratching
aer assailant until the public roared with
-lughtcr. A year ami a lialf Liter she
nasintnistcU with little roles in farces,
taking her task seriously and assuming
the airs of her older colleagues; and at
tho age of 13 she was- a regular memlur
of a stock company under tho manage
ment of tho actor Moncnlvo. New York
The Kceetitrirllv of Cieiiliif..
Swinburne is one of the most vindictive
and ill muinercd fellows in literature.
As a fsinmle of the Litter trait is cited an
account given bv a lady high in Hoston
60Cietv, who met the p't one evening at
a house in London. Swinburne tlirevr
himself down on a rug liefore the fire
liko a dog, and lay then' sprawksl at full
length through the evening. Joaquin
Jliikr never KirncU tlie "eccentricity oi
genius" further in all his London career.
Would Yuu Ualtc-a
The prnnrietor of Kemp's Balsam gives
Thousands of Bottles away yearly? This
mode of advertising would prove ruinous if
the Bal&am was not a perfect cure for
Coughs and all Throat and Lung troubles,
i'ou will see the excellent effect after tak
ing the first dose. Don't he.-itato ! Procure
a bottle today to keep in your home or room
for immediate or future use. Trial bottle
free at T. J. Casper's drug store. 41 east
Main street. Large size 50c and 3 LOO.
A Tennessee woman requested that her
new bonntt be burled with ber.
Tvv-OV trifle with any Throat cr
,,v v Lung Disease. If you hare
a Ooojrh or Cold, or the children are
threatened withCroupor 'Whooping Cough,
oee Acker's English Remedy and pie-vat
further trouble. It is a posttire cure,'
and -re guarantee it. Price 10 aad 00a
Frank U. Coblentx, corner Market aad
ttow It Is Miule, and AHei.Jant Perallar
"Snug pile of hammocks, isn't it?"
asked a down town miiiorler of a re
porter, pointing to a stack of lialcs on tho
sidew Jk in front of his place.
"Yes, rather. What are they? Mexi
"Sea nonsense! Hammocks are not
made of sc.igm?s any ftiore than floor
matting Ls. These aro Mexican hum
mocks but they are made fiom the filler
of the heniqucn plant, a sjiecies of cao- J
tus tliat llouiishes in tho state of Yuca
tan. All Mexican haimaoLks are made
there, and more hammocks aro exported
from there than from any other place in
"How are they made?" asked the re
porter. "They are made entirely by hand and
with primitive implements," continued
the dealer. "Witli a con) le of straight
poles, a homo made shuttle, n thin shb
of native zapoli wood, and a pile of hciii
quen icav es tlie Indi-n of Yucatan is pre
pared to accept contracts for hammocks
by tho piece, dozen or hundred. Tho
poles are placed n certain distance apart,
according to tho length of the hammock
to bo made. The thin slab of wood is
rapidly fashioned witli tlie aid of a small
machcttc into a tonhas or striijer. 15y
the aid of this tonkas the flU r of tho
thick, fleshy heniqum leaf, which is a
species of cactus, is denuded of its cover
ing, and a wisp of batchkill or rasped
fiber is the result.
"Tlie liatchkill is bleached in tho sun
and then becomes soskil. These are then
separated into small heaps, containing
about the same number of libers. When
the entire supply on hand is thus laid out
the operator takes up the fibers, and with
i dexterous roil between tho palm of tho
liand and tho knee transforms them into
heavy cords or kuns, as the natives call
"Out of this cord tho hammocks are
made. Tlie cord is wound around tho
two jwles which liavo been planted in tho
ground and the work is turned over to
I he vv omen. They, with their wide shut
tles, accomplish the balance of tho task
m a remarkably rapid und thorough man
ner. A hen a pile has accumulated the
contractor comes around and gathers
"Tlie relations between the operator
and contractor nre very icculLir," said
the dea"ler, "and would exist nowhere
eke in theworlJ. In order to get the
hammocks necessary for his trade the
contractor must often jy for them three
months in advance, as it is only when the
natives owe money tliat they will consent
to work. In ordertogct a chain c toovve
this money the native will promise to
furnish the contractor, whom ho knows,
with a number of liammocks at a certain
time if the contractor will advance him a
sum of money. On this monev the en-
tenirisinir nativ e can lire in idlen.- fnr
scveraf montlis. The contractor arrets
to this. If he doesn't he can gtt no ham
mocks. But once tho nativu has bound
himself to supply the goods thoy will bo
forthcoming at the time stipulated.
Sliould death intervene, his relatives per
form the contract.
"But this advance system is a sore drain
on the contractor, who is rarely a jierson
of Lirge capital. He must of ncces-sity
accommodate the natives, and he needs
outside help to do so. This help ho ob
tains in the shape-of advances from tho
rnercliants in Mcrida, to whom he turns
over U'O hammocks he secures at a con
sidcrablo advance over tho amount they
havo cost him. These Meiida merchants
in turn 6cr.d tho goods to their New York
"The hammocks aro carcfullv sorted in
Mcnda lieforo they arc baled for ship
ment to the United States, which absorbs
almost the entire production. I.ast year
it amounted to nearly froO.OOO. All tho
districts of Yucatan produce a greater or
lesser quantity of liammocks, but tho
Tixcoco di-'.nct is by far the largest pro
ducer, sending out. it i calculated, every
year as many as the brdance of tho stato
pit together. The iint"t sjccmicns of
tho hammock maker's art. lion ever.
ome from Chcinax. But few of theso
ver find their way to the United States.
They are so eagerly sought after at homo
that there is no necessity for sending
them away, cqiecially as good prices aro
realized on the ground.
"Hammock making in Yucatan is evi
dently a very old art." concluded tho
dealer. "While on a visit there somo
vears ago I found hammock hooks md
beams in nearly all the rums of thecrand
prehistoric cities which he buriesi m tho
forests. Of their history and the history
of the races which ihtoJcsI the mm cities
all trace lias Ix-on lost, but the interesting
little flirtations winch ongu.ate and aro
earried on m tln'cuzv retreat of the ham
mock of today I doubt not had their i ho
totvjies many hundred, iitrliaib litems
mds, of years ago in the forests of Yuca
tan, for evidently the Yucatamans of
those dav all swung in Iiaiuniccks."
New York Uveninghim.
HERE WE ARE FOR CHRISTMAS
WITH Orit SECOSD ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF OUR FINE
DISPLAY OF ELEGANT GOODS FOR GENTLEtO
Our aim this season has been to select the finest line in gentlemen's goods to be found in this city, and our list1,
below consists of numberless styles in different grades and prices. This is only a few of the goods we carry which;
would make useful and acceptable Christmas Presents : Seal Caps, Fur Caps, Plush Caps, Kid Gloves, Driving j
Gloves, Dress Gloves, Silk Suspenders, Linen Cuffs, Linen Collars, Pocket Books, Bicycle Shirts, Silk Hats, Stiff
Hats, Soft Hats, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Mufflers. Silk Ties, Silk Hose, Plush Neckwear, Cuff Buttons. Tie Pins,
Night Shirts, Gold Headed Canes, Gold Handled Silk and Alpac i Umbrellas, Satchels, Traveling Bags, Leather Cuff
B9xes, Leather Collar Boxes, Fancy Flannel Shirts, Fancy Percale Shirts, White Shirts. Remember, we save you
from 50c to $1.00 on Hats, and can also save you money on everything a gentleman wears.
SULLIVAN, THE HATTER,
35 south li:m::esto:n-e stretett.
FINE GIFT BOOK
There is nothing makes a more Tasty, Refined and Elegant Gift than an Artistically Illus
trated Book. We have quite a large variety in Magnificent Bindings.
The following are a few among the many :
"Bible Gallery ;" Dante's "Purgatory and Paradise;"
"Sword and Scimetar, or the Romance of the Crusades," by
Alfred Trumble ; "Milton's Paradise Lost;1' Dante's " In
ferno." All the above illustrated from drawings by Gustave
"Idyls and Pastorals," by Celia Thaxter, a home gal
lery of Poetry and Art
"Heroines of the Poets," drawings by Fernand Lyngren;
this is a collection of magnificent etchings.
"Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter," with illustrations by
F. 0. C. Dariey.
Sir Walter Scott's "The Bridal of Triarmain," illus
trated by Percy Macquoid.
"One Year's Sketch Book," "Na'ure.'s Hallelujah" and
"A Bunch of Violets," by Irene E. Jerome.
"The Modern School of Art"
"Shakspeare's Scenes and Characters," illustrated by
THIRTY STEEL PLATES.
"Treasures of Art and Song," and Tennyson's 'Enoch
Arden," bound in Japanese stamped leather and handsomely
"Romeo and Juliet," with twelve illustrations, by F. Dick
see, A. R. A., reproduced in Photogravure.
Tennyson, Longfellow, Whittier, Mrs. Browning and
Meredith's "Lucille," in handsoma seal bindings. Poet's
works in plush and bamboo bindings, something new, nice
and novel. Come and inspect our line ; it is welltvortti see
ing. If you don't want Books, we havo many other usAiI
and decorative goods, which we will bo glad to show yoi.
3STO. 13 SOUTH MAPZET STREET.
Bun lu select u Wife.
Good health, good morals, good seneand
gtoi temper, are the four essential!) for a
good wife. Thee are the lnillspeiisables.
After them come the minor advantiges of
cood looks, accomplishments, family posi
tion, etc. With tlie first four, married life
will be comfortable and happy. Lacking
eitlier, it win be in more or less decree a
failure. Upon Kexxi health depends largely
good temper and good looks, and to some
extent good sense also, as the best mind
must be affected more or less by the weak
nesses and whimi) attendant on frail health.
Young man. it jour wife ta falling into a
state of invalidism, first of all things try to
restore her health, if she Is troubled with
debilitating female weaknesses, buy Or.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It will
Mr. Gladstone Till celebrate the aeratity
nlntb anniversary of bis birth onThnrajay,
the 29th Inst.
OPENING DAY .THURSDAY, DEC. 15
We are ready for the Demand of Cheap Clothing at 97 Wast Main Street Call and examine our stock.
IRE INSURANCE STOCK OF CLOTHING!
ASSIGHVED raOM THE IJVSUKVTVCE COMPANY, AT
fO. 97 "WEST JsJJIlSr STREET.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE BARGAINS TO BE OFFERED NEXT WEEK:
FINE OVERCOATS, - $3.50,
irEi"s silk ivrcx3Er suits, 3.00,
CHILDRENS" OVERCOATS, $1.50; CHILDREN? SUITS, $1.00,
MEN'S PANTS, 50c.. CHILDREN'S PANTS, 25c.
foOlSTT BUY TTOTJR
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail ta stop in and set for yourself. Remember tho
placo, 74 West Main St, Ist-door west of Wiiwam.
WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KIND, GO TO
WHELD0N & MERRILL,
WHOLESALE AST) KETAIL BEALDS 15
GRAND OPERA HOUSE TELEPHONE 276.
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