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THE OSWBQO DAILY PALLADIUM.
TUESDAY,„ OCTOBER 2.
hfs t^ezpeeted le Tilt's War the l>atli CtrttaG thle' Fall as * U Net (let Away Early, DfniU Celltas Was a Mtrl.t f | r •• He wee well known and had many like sleep O. E . , . • • a a*4 Lifci In Oswtgt. M*H* h « « who will lsani of hi well as the next man; and at times Kasie of Donor If H#t Bea4y H. HaHH and Ohtaf Trainmaster F . Peter OoHins, of Bast FoorinluWt, death with sorrow, ar better; J O B ean ask "Larry" E. McOormack, of the B . W. A o! reeeived a telegram from Otoreland, The remains will be broaght for the who feas charge of the lUtid divfelon, aro Inthlidtytnls Ohio; this morning announcing tne> lor Burial, Oorsoo oosDpaoy, which played at afternoon. Bapertnteodint Ghrktlt death In thj* cJty of bis sm» Peonlt, 9«et»tJ*a Tali 0r«ma4 Is Br#»#» a t i If Tfceetre last U on 9 tour of Inspection of his now twenty-five yearn old, who was a Lidles as well as gentle nen are W«rk is V l t a r W s j <»•!<•»• aa4 dUUict and If bttng introduced to the marine Aieaan employed on the Invited to the Y. If. 0. A. reception sassahered so long over-1 i M u t Will » • Ha<ie Piblle offidsl*. steamer CUill. No partlcolars oame in honor of Secretary Hawkes this this pannilng that the oompany! Division Master Mechanic W. O with the dlapateb, bat Itls believed evening. Ught refreshment wl|l be —Aassras UM» H«s»4tal. had to deflate from the old estabThompson and Trainmasttt that death was due to. an aeddent Just as-soon as ground is broken aboard the steamer. were in UieBaperinteodenfi party on ufc * » L M r and women wanted at the _, . ^ ^ . for til* ntw Hospital, a wtJikoewn A" Ilte^ejtedhM nearly tie ft at fireman for the past three jeasons canning factory tp pare apples. lahtd thtatrioal cpston of taking the| f o r a > t r itMm% <* oiwego stands la the frelsjlrl depattmeat another nrtMraisom of Ik niake"iraoiiati«, Tne company IsHVV1I booked tononi1nt| play Jn ready to ^ completftoB, Jatt what the new divlaka to IM knows m the a tonight and amount Is C3ttld not be learned today Mohawk dJv>*Do has been added, DISTINCTIVELY A C R E mads to depart on the aod the Misne of the party making thusmakfigiseven drvMons In this Pbf*alx train leaving at 7*8 oWock. the offer can not be give* tolhs pub- State at pretest. The R. W. A O. The membtts of the troupe, yawning lic at thh time. division win be known hereafter as Royal does not contain *n itoatf&l and sleapfi showed t p on time and The party has bees eoaleinplatlng the Northm Division, Frank L . paced the platform waiting for their the nnafctMf of a handsome donation Wikon will remain as division phosphatic acid .^ which i* 4he •angel" wiJi thsdoaga. Tvo mlnfor some time, bat does not desire to frelghtagsat. It includes ail stations product of bones digested in sulalee before train time arrived Larry make anyibrmal anuuuneement ontU East of Rochester, N orth from tlttea, phuric acid) or of alum .(which is hadn't appeared and as a remit a work actaaJl/ eonimenem becante of Rome and Syracuse to Oape Vineent, one-third sulphuricficid) substan•pedal envoy with powers extraor- the fact, from one eaase or another, Olayton, "tXgdenflborg ces adojptcd for othcftr baking powdinary was ditpatcaed to look him op. there hare been to many delays ai. Until you have seen what we have to show you: After Springa. Also the Goavorneur ders because of their cheapness. Focty-Ave mmotes later, just as the readV* Howerer, the party has com (Edwards that you'll have tar detire to look el—where. Out train rolled taroogh Three Rivet mnolcafcd with the Hotplttl offleliU • * •nd complete itock^ol Fur Coilart, Scarfs and Muffs,wonthe Oartha«e^ was discovered snugly rolled and made an Informal tender on the ondaek raUroad. Edwin H. Oioly, derfully low priced as they are, leads us in all confidence HOVAL 1AKINO POWDER CO., NEW YOftK. division Might r gent at Buffalo, Jiae to make the above statement. op In bed. eondltSoas stated above. ••You can talk about your waiting Tto announcement of the contem charge of Wations West oTOebster Assortments are so large we'll not attempt to give deaUhe church," said "Dickie" G v - pUted gift was made,lt Is understood, oa the B. W. A O. TftE PALLADIUM 1 scriptions or quote prices. We can only say GOME and la niaila of the mar g manT»*but I'U chooss at a meeOng of the Hospital trustees ident doe, t **. _ . * -»« see for yourself what we have to offer. r TUE9DAY BVE'G.. OCT. 2 rlage of Miss Blanche E.Johnson an the r?s|proper<y this arterthat every time to waiting In a rail* This weatQer should cause yon Mmtmtd at lAe 0mtg9 Po* O&t* and jflarry lOhestnot iSmlth, a well The play of David Oorson last There hai been Wl.COO sabtcrlbed lor noon, havBg reached here about two o'clock. I He allo called upon Presl« the builiiog fond to date and as to think about your/ ,'v T^>— •aamJCfaai Mati Matter. known R. W. 4 O. Urakeman, who tolght was an Interesting sketch of money li coming In rapidly this inof the Chamber ofOotolives at 189 West Eighth street The talked about the new sttceremony was performed on Septem- rural Quaker lite and was folly ap- sures a ftart on the building In the "PaU.'TPeoEe Nuvbers. and ad that the work would be preciated by a falr-slssd audience. ber 18th by the Rev. 7. Grant Lin early Spring: It Is now hoped to Editorial Kooms—26 J . before snow flies, David Oorscera yoong (^aaker lulu* We are* showing many excluderbaogb. v have the new Institution ready for Offlce--26 B . visited the railroad shops sive smart styles in Ister, falls to a temptation to seethe occupancy by a year from this time. Yojei perhaps have noBm rintendent Thompson and m Afflleaml. world and around this Is intermingled Broken Plaidi. — lotive [pwer ticed our big window M i l T<OBI A late story with the vjtrtaous wife of Ithaa teen-decidsd to postpott la looked frer the Baiffjan that -There will be two full Black Cheviots aid Brotuia travelling ••quack" as his gntdiog delnittly the big fair JUUT bazaar that to td be used this Winter In backmonth, 21 and 31st, (oolght and Hal-is not an applicant for appoint display. " ^* which it had been planned to hold ing snowdrifts ap^North, all of which ^ . c l o t h s , lowe'en. The latter will be bad tor Supervisor of Music in the public star. They're here in astraS t y l b h Scotch Mixtures. schools, *ar announced in a Syracuse The audience last night were uoanl. about Thanksgiving time, and Cap- Is in admirable condition. the boys. -» tain Culkin, wbo kindly tendered the All are extra good 'values at the kan, fur aod crushed paper todays ' . mods in their verdict that,"David Itate for tho Homeless, oae of the Armory, has beenrnotifled Men and women> wamel at the Conon' Js fully up to the> btandard of The jdirectreeaea of the Hone ac- prices marked. It would be hard Personal Mention. that it will not'be desired. canning factory to pare apples. plush, in a wide range of Mrs. Parker's other knowledge most gratefully . their to singltrout any individual boat Miss Anna I* Stenson it home for 6olon, including' white. Will Do BasinebB Here. v ' ^ LacJes Aixtllary, A. O. H. . thanksjto the following kind friends as a special bargain. Traaais Circfal. atbieaweeto' -vacation fr+mRjoteThe Bbawnee Fire Insurance Com- VfftH training affhnni fni U K D&GHSfi 6 1 *The Ladies^ Auxiliary of the A.O. fe Thone • I JMv I I J dPI has Hied Yoik. • — — Mrs, — T — — • — charged witn truancy, were paroled cartlflcate with permission to do bos!» Mr?. Fred Goble, of. Nevida,lfl vis nal Church Society, -Mis. aay afternoon, a large crowd being 3717 by Recorder B?n"lley today' on their neee ia Oiwego county. • present. Mrs. CatherlDe Hcurlgan Henrietta Wallace, Kiag'a DaughKing at the home of Mr. George Go- parents signing papers that will per* carried eff the honors of the day by ters, ¥ . - & church; Mrs. A, ^. Palmbio, West Mohawk street. mlt of their being cent to truant $&lesof RetlEttate. er, Mrs. Hltfgina,Mr8. H.H. Lyman, being ele^ed Cjunty President. Edward F . Lenden, chief clerk to schools if they are again spprehende(fv ^George B . Oat, of Emt fleveeth 'Mam Lyon, Dr. H. H. Stebbins, Mrs. TiTv7tf«7TT' Mfi^ift" TljiflifiJiBn'i" T . street, has purchased a fifty-eight- Lonergan, of the B. A O., left today John Me Auliff denies the statement Miss Dtekeraon, Mra. PAasmore. peopieihougi Springfield, Mass., after spending published yesterday thit he sold ta Edward Newstead f jr $2,500. a week with his parents In thta city. I yetted about my shoe values. —Boui« For New lerk. ~ gcAnliir for SW property en John Aztell, of this city, has a the East side. The record was taken Over one hundred tickets were sold Here's the story In doUarm and cents: panlcnlata, hardy hy* c pled a poeiUon as stenographer from the County Clerk's oJ&&~ in, this city thia morniag for the tendrangeaa, crlmsoa ramblers, may be with the Michigan S^thern BaflLADIES' SHOESh dty excursion to New York. An* MEN'S SHOES planted now to gcod advantage. En- road Oompany, Baffaio. Six Mtfttfcs In JalL other large crowd Is expected tomorGray Brot\ »4, | | $4.00 Shoe quire of Stewart, at greenhouses, or Miss Inez S h a m has gone to New Edward Fitzgerald, who has been row on the excursion train which all stylet) ai ~ ^ for by 'phone 246R. sepl29dlw Yotk to visit frlendf. employed in the past oo the R , O. A leaves here at'9:30 and arrives in Gray Bros.' ~"^%\ Auburn Advertiser: Richard $3.50 Shoe O. road as a brakeman, entered a, New York city at five o>do Qlynn, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Me ah*n Gray Brca.' $9 £ 7 - Milllaery , for room at the B B . Y. M. C. A. yeetere8.00Shoe,at • • • • t l -Wednesday, Thnxsday and Friday, and Carl B. Miller, of Oswego, spent day where John, Pattat, » fireman, , Helnsaew dill plxat Norrl $3 00 Shoe Ladles' ei 07 October 3d, 4 th and 5th. All are8onday in this city. was sleeping and extracted fifteen for $2 60Shoe at liwl Masle TetehjrTor fleklols. 1 cordially invited. M R . EL Car. ' - _ Miss Qeorgie Mathon, the Htdleay packet. In i OCtlttSE $2.00 Police Court th> racrnlngjbe EdneaUeo Is s&edoled for this evenguest of Mrs. Lena Mathon, of John $1.97 Lidifs' $2 SO Shoe to Jill for six months. Ing for the porpjse of appointing' a ff of F*U MllUaei J , $1.758hoe,at street. ' SU69 Ladles' $2 00 Shoe (caste teacher for the fembUc sehoolp. $ Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Andrew Hogan, Sr., of W NOTICE.—^Messrs. Louis Deehambo Among the applicants are Miss Mol. $1.50 Shoe, at $1.37 $1.75 Shoe , 4th and 5th. Lthsrry street, left yesterday to spend and Simeon Fournier have been ap- lie CaUinan, Mrs. Udelle Bartlstt, £ . M. HOUBIGAN. his vacation in Rochester and Bnf pciated to make all necessary pur* MR. Oartfc, Syracuse, and Miss oct2dgt * chases for St. Louis's fair. MIISCCD- Qwt*, Hooslc Falls. ~" lAorenee and Jack ChorchlU left No much variety of style; tracted by others than tbeafeove 'Secretary BoJUs said that Miss !*» smell fceamty of material; DIED. yesterday to enter ^tanton Military named will not be recognized b^ «M»as t»n^rtnff ever; Ryeet will probably be chjsen. Kii'LiLY—In iLiLY—In t h f «t*y, October h i ! !» »* *,,ArAr J . W. CHAUVIN, l^astor, ttiarN N , ton of f AJtdAr^F. A A F and Dinmi L K l l y . aged i month* arid 9 dayg. iHulnesa men advettlso in Funeral Wedneaday from parent*' re* 158 East Eighth street, The Pal canning factory to
BIG DONATION _ FOR HOSPITAL
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Wedding Invit a t i om s, Announcements, Reception •Cards and Visiting Cards; latest styles icMowest prices.
U. Z. MALTBY,
H R T I BIT TO OS W BOO of t befamoos palmist and dalrroj ant, Madam• T»F lMtaTParlon at Mn. Huntl**'*. 82 -Wast -etatrvoyant readings glTem for Me. OT AHTSD—A.n eldarly man to drlr« mall T¥ wagon: man from Watt aid* of rt prtfarndT Call at onoa. Joe A. wallaoe 881 ' ld ldSt A I T t D - A girl or woman for central hosatwork. Good wage*, r Si Wtel Senega street. . __
The Top Coat is nejer a ^haa been?'J^rheiengtii changes a little from season to season, but Smart Top Goat reappears every season aapopujjur and as-useful a s ever.
A good ode lasts for years and pays ior itself—
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need to be particularly careful this season—cotton-mixed tarries never masquer all wool, a s they dojboday. __2l ; .••jJp==r?z^ aded BO successful
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NalSWMtB«D» booaiwitta Improvement* -In flfet-eli and 5 Grant b oek. MO ---jlfjTPnjD—Lady oanTa—er, city work •n to fit per week to the rlgbt party* Addreei, K.,thU offloe. Mt THH A I T S D - F i f t y Onion bricklayers at Brown Llpe Gear Co., and Franklin Mfg Co , fiyiaeoee, N. T. W. J . B a n s Co. A I T I D - A good, steady man or boy to take eare of none and make almself aMfna aMfnlaronndtaotal. Ag go sa d n i s e * bt maa for Wlnti b f the th Wlnti. W lti A l y at Apply
TOP COATS AT $ 1 0 , $ 1 5 , AND $ 2 0 .
Hats and Haberdashery 'way. up above the level of ihe brdinarr-^at! moderate-prices.
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