This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
way of home, cattle or agricultural Im- the lap te a turaio. Taat'aaU nonseo—. No typewriter would consent to be plements, The crops have been so poor sensible held in a man's Up imltutg perhaps In this year and times so hard throughout tunus1'.—BinxhanttoD l^fHtier. 8BNSATION ORBATBD IN the WeW that evwi Uig whim faimeis Thfe^qtDorghtplof tfct fonowtoff "~ W A T B B T O W « . ~"f~' have had all they could do to make a a poem ii in dispute:! Z. B. Marrlan Attempts to Drown TO-MOKROW. GOXK BKFOKK. living. Among the Indians, with their There's a beautiful face iu the silent air, Miss Demarab BOOAUS* Sh« W1U What is purer and sweeter than tbe infeiior advantages, the greatest.distress Which follows-me ever nod near, Not Marry Him. gladness of the Christmas festival? Its prevails. The oeneuj?, she believes, was With smiling eyes and *mber hair, Deo. t4—Tbis uty was YuigftlfilW tiVu. ygt_-With brgajfeh_ot fegttKfe^rigtrtortiW ICnseTgiry cr the takeffwltft perfect falmeBg. Ration* Will prayer I reel but cannot hear. startled last nigbt b j an attempted murthe eloeipg year, elsetrify chiWhee* were issuedfor7,000, whUe the number dimpled baud *wl ringlet el gold and aet Uke a refreshing draught from of Indians is nearer 5,000. But theThe lAe low in a marble islet*p: Z B. Marrian, a carpenter aged about the fountain of youth upon the hearts of rations are very small. Lees than a I Htretch my h&nd for a claap of old, 42 years, has been paying attention to But the empty air ia strangely cold, handful of coffee or sugar is issued to the aged. And my vigil alone I keep. Bliss Josephine Demarsk, a woman of 35 each person weekly. Clothes, blankets, • It is the season when the story of the There's a sin ess brow with a radiant years, who resides with her brother on infant Jeeus and the manger in Bethle- etc., have been very late in coming this crown, Pearl street. Marrian is a widower with And a cross laid down in the dust; hem is retold and all mankind is brought year. Cold weather has set in *nd the f here's a smile wheie never a shade cornea six children, the eldest of wkom is 20 people have not received their winter nearer the portals of Heaven. now, His wife has been dead .two jreariL Of d' It is a day fttw the bickerings aad suppft hooL Um.UA An* team no moro- from-these dea> »? flow, "~^ . rtrtnprt wranglings of the world should be rele- a private mission, is now an Industrial treating him rather coldly, and last night So sweet in their innocent trust. gated to the rear and forgotten, institution, with an extra teacher suphe decided to bring matters to a focus. Ah, well! And autnmer is come again, fc It & a day tbat •hould be improved byplied by the Government. It is about Singing her same old song; He purchased a revolver tad followed DRESS CUTTING BY 4 thirteen miles **eaa Oia agency and the But on, it sounds like a 90b of pain, a spirit orWendafcfijr .«wt~ " AS It float* in the gnnshrae and tdae*ra+o the woman - « p Factor y streat. He THB TAILOR METHOD, ily white pouplv ou tbB'pisos/ axe attar " O ' e r the iiearWor lh* wanted her to marry him, but the re- ' WAlST,8KlRTAND8LS«VS8yflTKM., throng. Howard and her assistant. Concerning fused. .After crossing the Pearl street May be a practical.Dras4»€att«r ia a short ico pulses, There's a beautiful region above the bridge it appears that be changed his Urns, especially adapted to ChUdTen*s Clothes the killing of Sitting Bull, Miss Howard It ie a day for friendly greetings and Call and see it at skies, mind and attempted to drown the woman long to reach its shore, good wishes, pleasant interchange of says tha^ while she cannot help admir- For I 1know I shall find my treasure instead of usicg the piitot He seised 145 Bast 4lb St., Irs. H. V. gifts and unselfish efforts to increase the the old warrior's bravery, bis death can there, her and dragging her down the steep remit in nothing but goooV The laughing eyee and atnl>er hair happiness of others. ~ _ bank below the Remington paper mill, Of tbe loved one gone before. attempted to throw her inta the river. Stolid and sodden must be the nature The Pioneer Press^a Republican news Miss Demareh clung to Marrian and it does nol reepond to the qaiokening paper, admits that the trouble with the he was dragged iato the stream. influences of such a day. Indians at Pine Ridge was caused by the mw Her screams attracted the attenTo eaoh and every reader of the PAL- removal of a competent agent, merely Deo. 24,-UuOJ P. v . quiet. Uplands 9 3-l«. Or- tion of workmen in the Bingley and 8eLADIUM is extended a hearty greeting— because he was a Democrat, and the ap- lmufl VH.—Market Fa tune* are s'eady Uec %S H; wall shops. They rushed out and palled t8 P6; February $«i5, March S8 19, Kerry Christmas! May you all enjoy the pointment of an incompetent man, J&otuu-y it<otiB-Lea8 demand. BMJBIPIM ot 17 00C' Marrian and hip intended victim from holy festival and may each recurring merely because he had been useful to a bbla, Bales of 8.0U) hurrel**. Low extra* »3 40 the stream, down which they had floated OS3 » city milla.fS 10jM( S5: city miila p»tont4 Christmas day bring to you increased 8eiith Dakota Senator, who got him an " lOftSfi 66; winter whAat. low grades |84<>O for several rods* Both were more dead »0; fair to fancy, S3 flO^M Qt: patjints | i 40$ than sJiTfl ifrhftn taken out of Um joy, prosperity and gladness. uiuisji agency BJ ^ y w I w u f w o n r 40: MlnnesoUi clear. U 10ft# ftfcll &rm Ttarm- Steady, 14 OO04 fiC. Morgan, the present Indian Commis- WBSAV-Market U firm, tuxsttpts 49,000 The woman was carried to a house near morrow. mtam. SSUXVi btuheis: Decemb r t l 14*4® by, but up to a late hotir to night was sioner, sajs: *'A very serious drawback ba; : F©bm*jy y* and Men's Neckwear, lC6M;May, f 1 OiH***; July W » unable to give a clear aooount of the afto progress is the uncertain tenure of fair, liarrisn was taken in hand by the Grloves, Undsrwear, Liaen and THAT PRACTICAL LB8SON. >4 Rv«—Market toB'eady; 78Q0Oc BARI,»T—Market weak; western Tfc&Mc; Ca- police and lodged in jail. He refused to Cellaoid Oollar?, Cnffs, Sleeve The editor of the Fulton Patriot is a office. Agents and employes should nadian, 87&S6C. talk. His will be arraigned to morrow and C o))ar BottoDS Bilk, and OOBjr—Market In firm. Receipts of 5t,600 resourceful man. If it should become have a reasonable degree of certainty bosh: 1 sales or 80,0L0 bush; Mo » Dec, (& hit® *; ontheobarge of attempting murder, L i n e u i •.' i -.....; necessary some day to prove that the tlut they will be retained so long as No 8 60061; steaaaer mixed »J4tt«0He. OASS—Market Is steady. HMxtpcs of 61.00 y Key CJiains, Knee Pants. A Family's Narrow Beoape. Oewego river nine upstream and empties they show fitness andfidelityIn the dis- ash; sales, 2&,oou. State, 47OU; wesssrn, <e charge, of their duties. The spirit, if ©/5c; NORTH HANNIBAL, Dec. 24—[Special] into Onondaga creek instead of Lake B M » - J t a r k e t steady; t* WJH0 69 for ft milj Ontario, in order to sustain .some false not the xules, of civil service, should be Poax—Market steady; new ouei at ell 00 ^ —The Biodgjett homestead at this place, one of the finest residences in the couo ty, o. •. . theory of the Republican party, Editor extended absolutely over this entire w oLUUBD—Market weak a t f 6 00. was destroyed by fire last night It was Bennett oould furnish the proof as easy branch of public work." And yet Mor- BWTMB—Market weik kfceoeiDtr, 4179 pa«k- occupied by the family of Charles W. a**«. State dairy, Ua£5c? creamery 80316. < gan himself has done all he could to deand Liaen Hemstich as rolling off a log. j ^ The OHxan—liarket firm; receipts, 6,sM pack- Stevens, who were obliged tofleefor Silk moralize the service by removing expeHandkerchiefs Paper Vest, Silk KOO»-Mariec steady. Receipts S.U6 pack* their lives out into the bitter odd and recently chronicled the fact that Jerry age*; 8»st*> 37c. rienced and competent, and appointing Garters, ..White and Colored Heagerty, the well known fruit dealer B U G A B - M a r k e t is steady; powacred at 6J4c; snow in the night clothes, without even inexperienced and incompetent officials. crashed bfcc; granaiated 60. Shirts, Underwear, Pianel Shirta of this city, had bought 1,000 bushels of PvEBOLKTsi—Market s e a d j . Orfidc_ai $7 00 covering for their feet. Nothing was Hose, Gloves, Sleeve Buttons, rrflieif, S7 3V. saved and the loss is only partially potatoes in Cansdauupon whjoh^e quet O Shirt 'VaiatejKnee Pante, Eleetoady. d by i H ^ OorvM-Firm; No. 7. paid too duty <* ganOtejek^efflr, Bteek SBspendrsft CoAL-Seady. started io not known. the freight 15 cents-*4raehel. This par- last night, made another instructive c Dis- LsUTsnea- easy. Hemlock sola, Rn*«e i e . • . ' . • • . Send For Blanks. ticular lot of potatoes is for the retail tribution to the campaign of "eduoition. mm Ayres, light to heavy weights. All manufacturers and dealers 'in market at Philadelphia. '.Mr. Heagerty 'ihe utmost enthusiasm was manifested aomenln fleece, at 843» manufacutred tobacco and snuff, doing paid 48 cents for them delivered on the and at the- dose of his speech Mr. deve. paled, 27C31; Texas. 18j»753. business in the 5th divison 21st district, «t*e* cars in Oarmglfl.- "When he reaches thft land was « * seated with a masoive silvwr Silk Mcffl^w, Night Shirts Naw Y o a r , Dec. 24.-Mon8ro>« esli easy M border line he gives up 25 cents a cup having on one side a representation at 4. Prime meromnuie paper 714C9. *i N. Y., (composed of the Counties of Os Fine Suspenders, Elegant Gloves, w>r . . . . Sterlingjucchanee barely steady, wego, Csyuga, Wayne and Seneca) who Daehel to the Government When of Jefferson's mill, and on the other of actoal hnsineso Silk Handerkerchiefs Plain have not received blanks, and who he gcte them to their dpttinshon fcis-resfck *fd to b *-ot 4 80Via4e5. (^orernment boade steady. believe that they will on tbefirstdayBlack. White and Fancy Bofdeiv teyhe pays the railroad company 15 oents a thirteen made for presentation to Jeffer- Railroad bends rather heavy. Stocks jlnii Rich and Choice Neckwear of January 1891, have two hundred and t bushel more and when he eells them to son on behalf of his admirers in the thirNe more pounds of tobacco and White Shirts, Woolen Shirts, JSftreg 121^ NaahAChav 92 the Philadelphia dealer^ be charges him teefl orginalBtates. It was unearthed in J84'8ooapoas ISM Now Jeraej snuff, in original unbroken factory packKnit Jackets, Knee Pants, U S 4**B reg ICSii 1 Norfolk. A the.potchaae prioe (42c 8 ell and entitled torebatw,umlei do preferred it (15) besides a fair com* to the hands of Jesse Metcalf, of Provi- Oen Pacificists f 2T5S" vsionsof the act passed Dec. 15th 1890, Krie seconds North wpetera 9% It 3 4 miaBion for bis trouble. The ie tail dealer dence, R. I., who handed it to the com- North Pac lain . do preferred an requested to send to this office for 3 s M Co 134 New York Cent in turn sells them to the wage-earners mittee on this dinner for presentation to 8t r Paul oonsols uianks and instructions. W 55 do preferred of Philadelphia and charges them in ad- Mr. Cleveland, The other notable speakJOHN E. 8AVERY, Djpt Collector. Ohlo*Mis» gloria gilk Umbrellas, Silk Mufdition to the price he pai<|Mr. Heagerty, ers were Senator Carlisle, Governor Boia AdaxcjB Kxpreas 143 j do preferred AUBURN,' N7Y. •*" flers, Night Shirts.Iinported'GloVeP, S6 Alton A T e r H < • 84—i Ontej'lo * West a good fair oommission-X-say 10 or 15 of Iowa, Governor-elect Ruseell, Massa- •referred 110 Oregon Navi*****- 78 Superb Neck Wear, half dozen Linen The Glynn Oase. Expr*s 111 North American 11H oents a bushel for his trouble making chusetts. and-Eepreeentative Wilson of American Atlantic APaciflo 4 Pacific M*J1 81 The oase of George A, Gijnn^ charged Handkerchiefs," Collars, Cuffs cr about West Virginia. Mrs. Cleveland occupied inffRochAP i% Peorla D e o * S l l 14)4 with rending tfn indecent publication Men's HOE8, Fine Underwear. 71 Plttaburg 15* $1.00 a bushel. And yet, with this a box and was given a hearty reception. O&nadaPacifio 3&nada Soathera Pullman Palaot ' ~ through the mails, has been adjourned )ectral Iowa 6 practical lesson before him, the editor Centra* Padfio Ricnaa^AW.P Mi until Saturday. Nothing materiel was 4 Rook Island Sxeaapeake A O of the Patriot goes into a_ crazy headed •'And whosoever shall give to drink first yesterday afternoon. 4 0 * prefotYed 69M £_ developed -yv»^ «>w ww w ^ ^ line of argument and concludes, ' i s it unto one of these little ones*, cup of cold leoond do * 26 r aw*o 38 A Alton 124 do preferred 58 26^ StLoVSanFraa not clear the Canada fanner pays, the water only in the name of a disciple, Ohtoaio FOB THE HOLIDAYS, ]S5 do preferred tst do 70 Boys' Oetooais, BOVB' Suits, 8tPanl dutyf1 Go down and ask the wage verily I say unto you, he shall in no wise CbXfior The unrivaled Weber pianos are sold Men's Woolen-Trowsers, Cardigan UBtLA do preferred K earner of Philadelphia who pajBthe tax, •lose his reward.*1 The happiest ChristtPanlMin* . . , . only Loiter-Bros, at special prices, write Jackets, Full Dress Shirt*, .Dent's 11 do A Omaha 9t}* and get terms. deeddtf brother! mas will be spent by those *ho are con- MAHndsoa Kid Gloves, Gloria Silk Umbrellas, do preferred 78 DLAWeet Texas Psciflo lS\f Black Silk Pu8penderB,Silk Mufflers, scious of having carried a little sunshine F. L Brown & Go 's shoe store will be 17 Onion- P&dflo 42% tast Tennessee OBKxmeas 67* kept open evenings until alter Christmas; Under weaT W O S I M S OP THB BORDER. into the borne of some poor family. 1st preferred D t l C H A B B R i r 120 2d do dec.22,d3t WabfltLAPao v There are 100,000 Indians in Canada preferred lfy Old Boreas gave us a joyous Christ- Erie and with the exception of-theRiel reCrte preferred Fare 186 9* wells 8ILK8. PortWayds Western Union 75 mas carol last night * bellion a few. yean ago, anything re ISO iarlem Wn'linadbL . 86J Now is the time, gentlemen, to buy locking •alley no sembling an Indian war is unknown to your wife and daughter a handsome silk Remember that it is more blessed to jUwsrton A Tex ti Amer Cotton Oil 16 Elegant Smoking Jackets, Drees* Illinois Central N Y * N e Ens the OanariJanBQThe Watartown Times give than to mwtvtg dress cheep at * iog Gowns, ^oys' and Men's OverAtehison 1 : fernhg to thTlaot says: "Over thereKansas 6B Texas Chicago* K m KlLBY'8 coats, Suits, Kubber Coats, Woolen UngBton&Feai 13 Chicago * Poref they are called "the Indian subjects of 61 •The manger of Bethlehem cradles a bake Erie A W Night Shlrts,Fine Cardigan Jackets, Imprqvt 1 1 -23 West Bridge street. Preferred < her Majesty," are held amenable to the Oreg*n Short l i a s 17 Mackintosh Coats, Silk UiubreHas, Ake Shore fWrTrujt 5 Tbe Secret of Suoceee. law, and are. protected by the law. jofUsr^e A Nash Lead Trust 17 Fancy Vests to measme. : Charles B . Butler and H.C. Sharpe &Uo., Kiev H C C A S t Louis Bishop Whipple, than whom we have Saoci says feas^ng is better than fast- liemphfeAOVta droegists, believe that the secret of sucS B Preferred no wieer student of the Indian question, ing. -' cess Is'perseverance. * lherefore they perCichloutOeattal 90 Union Padflc D*vr JOHN OULD & CO. UTT Q ^ss* ^DVi^^ssV * A Golf 14 sist in keeping the finest line of perfumsays: *On one side pf the line is A nation wi»coMjn Oeatl I'M eries, toilet articles, cosmetics, drugs and CLU O OP V v O T i OO that has vpent $500,000,000 in Indian A lean graveyard this Christmas. 9&i chemicals on the market. They especially »r«ferred lot Chica«o Gas People wishtn* board for tne winter can glnn 6» 4 ColtradeOoia ^ 3M invite all persons who have palo tatlon, wars, a people who have not 100 miles IJnd aoormodation« at the T O J 'referred short breath, weak or hungry spfells, pain THIS AND THAT. CrssounPsr between the Atlantic and the Pacific in side or shoulder, oppreesiorr, nightmare which has not been the scene of a masWe hate to see girls throw kisses, the MonlsAJCsBsx 143 dry cough, smothering, dropsy or heart LAKE SHORE HOTEL. sacre. A government which has notaverage girls is such a thundering bad N«WToms:. Dee.U,3:16r. n.—Moiwry on osl disease to try Dr. MHea' unequaled new B » t e » from f&DO upward. A l l rooms heated « 1g,16,d8w iasy a t 8^6. Prime nwrcaaslle payer heart cure, before it is too l*te. It has by a t W a . passed 20 years without an Icd'an war; shot.—Btnghamton Leader. Bar silver a t 1S2M. 8terUo« exona»ge the largest sale ot j n y similar remtdy. OPEN EVENINGS UNXU. CHRISTFULLER TrgA-R rsr ]^XKD THATnot one Indian tribe to whom it has Fine book of teRtimontsla free. Dr. Miles' A* wet silk banrfkercftief tied, without weak. AetasJ bxalne>sat S4 78 for «U da«* ResTftrative Ner-/tne Is unsurpassed for MAS. given a Christian civilization, and which folding, over the face is a complete secur- bUi* and f I EtM for demand. Posted rates a t sleeplessness, headache, fl-to, etc., and It Government bond* steady. SULcelebrated its centenary by -another In> ity against suffocation from smoke; it 148Qa484H. ontalns no opiates. \ d&w. free breathing, and, a t the~ same road bonds dull. St icks dull, steady. dian war.' On the other side of the line permits time, excludes the smoke tram the*lungs, CHICAGO. Dee, 24. —fcaoA. U— Wheat VUy are the same greedy, dominant, Anglo- —Boston Globe. A splendidV Chritstaxu dinner at tfie " pork May, $ » 85; lard M»y< Saxon race, and the same heathen, yet . EASY WORK. DooiitUe. •_ CaiCAOoiBee. 54 —U.-00 A . if.—Wheat, Jauithey have not spent one dollar in Indian One swallow does not make a summer; nary,8SUc:May. 97%. Gum, Jakmary, 4Wio; PIANOS. • A-.gingle hair is not a head, wars, and they never have had a mas M&y, 61*£c Oats, Jantia^y, nominal: May, the Jeweler, in the $ lckes Block, No. 184 44*$. Pork, January:^©87H; *»ay, flOftJHChie bunco steerer is not a plumber, Extra Inducements given to purchas- West First Street, is now ready to enow n r Lard. January. $6 75; M a ' , t « « V i . abort One feather does not make a bed, sacre. J ft lends, customers and tbe publio in rlbe. J a n u a r y , ^ 90, May, f* Kom. ers of tlw .Celebrated Steinway & Sous bis "Which wisdom goes to show the man general, a >ew, splendid and oomplete The responsibility f nr the wholo farOOMB UTTALO. Deo. 84-Wneac Wot hard doll pianos^Softool/by Leiter Bros., S / r a - Una ot Who reads it with wide open eyes, at 11 #7; No. 1 North-rn, $1110102. wlntef and expense on this side of the border is That almost any duffer can is dull: No t red 93i|c: No 8 white 98fco. tmse, N. Y. Communicate or osJt Make proverbs that are seeming wise, that old political maxim "to the victors Corn Is weak: No. *, 17; No, SSte&ifec: track; * —New y r k Sun, No S-jellowKOS^o. Oats loner. Ho S white, decedtf _ _ _ _ < - _ _ _ _ g belong the spoils." Politics has made No 3 mixed. 47o aAked. Barley is doU: Only the present time is ours, and there 48o; HOLIDAY GOODS Canada, 90c: ^ S Western, Tie; cheice b ^ t e Indian wan in thir country. Our whole is no present time like ChrittTma—&yr^- mix-row*4 90c asked, 4 Cheap at Kiiey/s. policy ha* bees wrong. Tbe manage- cose Herald. OBIOAOO. Dee W . - C A T T L B — A l m o s t everydec22,d8t thing sold ISOlftc higher, and in soxae ca«ei "No less than a dozen States" says the ment of the Indians has been vested in the Free Press, "are making ready to wrong branch of the government, where Detroit isHMte bljchen paekers $9 40 &c, Ac. All snlUble for follow in the footstep* of Minnesota and BOOK-Market *__ O8WBOO, D e c S4.1880, * the agencies have been given over to un, enacts law to compel the officers on f60:li«ht. S 4SOS0; plgr$S W s ^ k 1TU)UB-Market i t flrm. Amber winter, f avav^-KrerrUimy sola at slight advaace. $5 26^610: white winter. ff40o6Sf; doubu scrupulous political wire-fallen as re-sleeping oars to close the upper berths The following shows the fluetoatiwas of t*e ettr»St.«0O6Cft patent prsntw.at M ^ » . and not occupied. There is no good ward for loysjsky and good ssrvios to when S6.2* 9 baneL • reasons why empty 'berths should be •ading *pecul*Mr« •ptkns, repartee by » • 6» graham WHBAT- Market steady. New rtd asd waits Prices low enough to induce every caller party. That is the trouble with the In- lowered to inconvenience those who had to make some purchase for a dear friend CTHOAOO, Dee. JL-4fcJ0 r. State at $101A 104. for Pact Jan. May dian qn—tion on this side; nothing else- paid for the lower," Oosv-Market dull: He t relkm fie. CHBISTJIAE SIGHTS. Tb*« seems to be the verdiot of all unOM i No t BA ABiar—Maxket dull and anelMAged. No prejudiced persons who have lived on In the storehouse where Jolly Krii Kingle nales. No.1 held n r a atSSc: Vo. 5 extra, 83c; l - holds sway. • • No. 2, §4c. Remember ths rigbt the frontier. The oddest of things may be noticed, they OOBM MBAi^Belted, S » 90; unbolted, $24 « say. 9 ton. Miss Gfeace Howard, daughter of Joe No larger the elephant seems than the MILL Fern-Market steady. Boom, Howard, the well known New York j j y > M f f l * . $Saj]o is cat, peacefulty lies by the Bide of the mt. Ono door south -of Bailer's Drag Store newspaper ma&f has just returned from Who Tbe tin locomotive goes off on a btrk, an Indian reservation in Dakota, where And Laa a collision with Noah's new ark: OrxOitv. Pa..'Dec.24.-on owned atftSKe; will find the most complete assortment of Inn they say 'tis the funniest sight of l f : « r . «L 88Hc: UM *. M.WH*.' "**""—" ber, rough or dresmd, from which to seJa t she has been engaged in echoed among Bat . • them a l l • • rioorlntf. Hi lnff. Lath, Shinfles, Posts, LmA 8,800 Indians. When the jump^ing-jack flirt* with the OL*TVI<AMJ>. Deo. * 4 dera. Ooo^ter Ti}p4, |ttrte W s i k s . Ctsterns. J »c flaxen-hair doll eaayat I*. M T A Tali assertaaent o t MomMmk Miss Howard condemns tbe Governj-. —Washington Po*t ^ ment policy of cutting 4owa rattans It is said that a Milwaukee man has inLacd without oivtoK some
Oui Stores will be open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings till 8 o'clock?. ~ ~" .
Beautiful stock of Holiday Gift Goods.
I have Rreat plea-sure in inforojiug yon that I have made moat desirable coutracta for the \
Fattest, Finest and tbe Youngest
in the country for the cominar- Chriatmas andean supply you wrth POULTRY of the very best quality. Also
BEEF in One Carcass,
the largest and the best ever shown in Oswego. Leave your order in time to secure a good dinner of reliable goods and at low prices. Personal aod prompt a t tention to orders. • .
Cor. East Second and UUea Stg.
ua put TO
$3.50 TO $10.
EAST SIDE. GRAND OPENING
Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Novelties, HOLIDAYPRESENTS
Largest And'motft beautiful display of Holiday Present* evert seen in Oswego*
Toilet Seta, Manicure* Set©, r Smoking Sete» ^having Set», Baby Toilet Seta,
Beautiful Plosb, New Colors and Design* * and Rndiess Variety.
Grand AwortmeTit of IMPORTED COLOGNE ATOMIZERS, entirely new and never batox* seen in Oswego at Heaeonable Prices. POKER S E r S In Ivory. CARD MARKERS and alt sorts' of Manicure Articles, separate c* in s«t».
DruiJ, l e i i c n ^ ' aii PracnptiOBS. KINGSTON PHARMACY,
iMt 8M*. H. W. HOD6ON
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue reading from where you left off, or restart the preview.