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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

NOKTH YAKIMA AND VICINITY. Thomas' ia heaalo/'arters for useful Jtmas presents. State Superintendent Browne is about to tour ea-tern Washington in the inter nal of the public schools. Miss Clara Whitson invited a few of her juvenile friends to a skating party on Reek's pond Ssturdsy last. The posatotfice at Vreka haa heen dis continued. Mail for that point will here after go to Nortli Yakima poatolHcs. The Northern Pacific Railway Co. has reduced its lare to Kllensburg to $1.50; round trip, $_ ti."). Ait W. M. Harrison was indicted by the Pederal grand jury in S**attle on Thurs day lair selling cider to Indiana. Prof. Paecius' fame is spreading. He went to Kllensburg one day last week to play for the lovers of classical music there. Col. I. S. Howlatt ol Nirtb Yakinia is at Ihe Bsattrf, He i- here ill the interest ol certain republican politicians.—Seat tle Tunis. The few days of cold snap are a re asinder Unit when Ih" rest of the I'nited •.tales is visited by King Winter, Yak ima ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

MAMMOTH BUILDING. Tiie Vast Foundations of Chicago's New Post Office. Oaa of the Ureatest 9a_ferat.-_at.WM in Thla ( a.u.itr, - rhe sirnetar* Will Ui-lKh ISO,. 000 Toil. It all the materials in the recently completed foundation for Chicago's magnificent gowrnment building were to be lou'li (I on wagons, a ton to euch load, and 25 feet allowed for each wagon nnd team, the procession of teams nnd wagons would reach 731 miles, or as far aa from 'Chicago to l.ochester. Gen. William Sony Smith. engineer in charge of the foundation, recently read a paper on the nub stri.cture at a meeting of the Western Society of i.ngincei's, in which he gave many Inll railing data regarding the work that has liven done *he iiast year. These ure some of the facta: The soil on which Chicago rests is loose and sandy, in general, for about 12 feet. Then conies a stratum of hard, brittle clay about three feet thick. Be low this, for 50 to 40 feet, I here isa very soft, blue plastic clay, with spots of stiffe...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

PMonmiovAi cards. Alls* I). I WA-111 IKN. STKSotiU AI'IIKR and TYPEWRITER. Room 4. mailer fsrtwell block, over Tin lUbai.li offlci". North Yiikinia. Waah Cssroi.lß lv nt- i Ik B-tmrg, liia I' Km.i i.iiAiir. North *i aklmi ( IRAVEfI A KMiLKHART. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room" J sml -, taeemt floair. Kirat Nstions Hsuk hutlilinK. ORIVELY A MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tmmomte. east Vaklma National Hank, Nortl Yakima. Will practice in sll the courts ol thi State snd D..■>. mini oflteaa. TONES ,-i (iI'TIIKIK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrnt Nations! linnk. North Yakima, Waal ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 4^T"Offlce in Kirat National Bunk Baildlng TOOLE .- Klt.<i, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OftCSS ovi-r Taklms National Hank. Nortl Yskima, Washington. T E. HANKS, DENTIST. Office over I'iwtofTicc. Yskims avenue, Nortl. Yskims. f\R. DAVII* ROSSER, Physician and Surgeon, Oflice over Janeck Broa I'rrn; Btore, Rest | .ence cor. nth Hinl rlicatiiiit. otTne hours: I ». m. tu 13 in., ninl . lofi p. m. r\R. C. Q. FLETCHER, P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

kimm "The Mikado" to Be Produced in Xorth Yakima. THE.' AST IS A GOOD ONR AO- tbe Performance Promises to Be s Sue cess Spokane Prison Reformer Visits North Yakima Indians Is Seattle. The Mlksoe. There is considerable interest already taken in the coming production of the comic opera "The Mikado," as forenhad owed in Tim Hkkai.d. Mrs. Uuy McL. Iticbarils hss been training the choronses for several nights im-t and assigning the principal parts lo well-known singers. The stage at Ma> m's opera bouse is nol large enough for the churom thnt could be trained, but already eighteen b.ya ainl girls bave been ac.-epted by Mrs. Kich ards for the churn* and a few more can be accommodated. Tbe following are mentioned as the probable actors in the principal nsrts, ttMHtlh the list Is not jet msde by authority: Yum-Yum Mra A J Willis I'it'i Smg Mrs Slemtiious Peen-Roh Miss Hewett Katieha Mrs H M Gilbert Ko-Ko F J Ch°al Pooh-Bah H M Gilbert Nanki-Pooh Fl, Wheeler Mikado (ieorge Vance The perfor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

.. A Piano for Christmas.. You are probably considering the purchase of a musical instrument for your home, why not have the best to be had while you are about it, especially when it will cost you no more than the poorer-classed instruments. We have the very best money can buy. You can test them at your home or we will test them for you. In Pianos the following makes stand -t*^ fl_sx* flTl 0 AUTO higher than all others in tone, fil r - 1 rp~: ~^' =-i r—tt=_____-i jfgj ill KItHI ll \ "*▼*" finish and case: I! Km h.^^^tA lIPPT.I 1 M UllUllllU s.na H*J //H3S^ffl t|fi V In Organs we can prove to you that J-aJa-ctil LLJallctxi ,vT ~J^___-^ &P—^=^=Jjr>:\ j the reputations these makes bear aFiSOatl-Sr S rm^*~ /Ml „\\ ' arc worthy of their name. Franklin f^^S^^-g^^M ■ f .MZasonfe .Harrington. ' "'i^^^^^SE^h'\\\ Hamlin, KlingslDnry W j 1W -I Estey, rell -i ILI IL=__ I I -A-zm Arbor, -Royal Jy I =====^== === ___ 1 1} * _ ' Howard r^^.^^^^^^ Si V OHooago j- e^vett Urf^- Cottage, j Pease...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

h* AN OPPORTUNITY ■l-^-afcf-rf \^J To Buy Christmas Presents and make yonr friends happy, lias arrived. (^■fv. You will find on looking through our superb stock, we have broken Jpy a" records with useful and sensible presents. They are popular Because they are made to LOOK and to LAST and the low price we have marked them at cuts the figure. Be sure and see them before you buy elsewhere, Respectfully, W JNO. W. THOMAS. ■IllHliß Ladies' white aprons at The Wonder. The reception of the Woman's club on the _7tli inni. at the residence of Court Meyer promises to lie the eoclety event of the season. A good assortment of nuts and candies very cheap at Kinney's. Moore A Moore have received samples of 1899 ladies' and gentlemen's Crescent wheels, including the cbainless model. Tbey are beauties. On Sunday at the Congregational church tbe pastor will preach at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in , Sunday school at 10 a. m. ; Endeavor society at 6:30 p. m. All are cordially invited. Cut loaf and bar sugar a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD PASSENGER. - IKF.MI.MItKU that multitudes of birds were singing, buttercups and daisies were in bloom, and tbe misty globes of dandelions had gone to ■eed- for I picked some to blow nwuy at one breath for luck. So It must have been on a Juue morning. In the year 18.V-, that I went over to piny with the Sherman lioys, and thereby met with a memorable adventure. Finding the tioys nt leisure, a game of "I-spy"-or oa we had It, perhaps hy Inheritance from our English ances tors, "hl-epy"—wna presently arranged. We were "counted out" by our favorite formula, "Wire, brier, limber lock, six geese In a flock," and It fell to Tom's lot to blind. IJefore hia loud announcement of the first ten of the hundred- which he was ao rapidly counting thnt there wna but a continuous mumble lietween the tens —Jim, Hilly and I scattered In search of hiding-place*. 1 was at no loss to find ont*, for I knew every nook nnd corner of tbe premises; and as neither of the others went thnt w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

rami tha tnfla-n-a. Cold and beat alike aggravate neural-1 (la, because the nerves foel the cold i and heat sensitively, but nerves are lensitive to treatment and feel tbe in fluence of St Jacobi Oil, whicb cures tbe ailment promptly. Condensed eggs are prepared la Pas tan, Bavaria. First he eggs are dried, then reduced to a fine powder, whioh is placed in air-tight cans. Thus a most nutritiious food is compressed in to smallest possible spaoe. Sharp Pains Purl in i_ from one point to another, stiff and sw oil. 11 joints, intlamuiatlon, intense suf fering, are characteristics of rheumatism. All these disagreeable symptoms sre cured by If»>iid's Sarsaparilla which purities the blood-aud neutralizes the acid which is the cause of rheumatism. Why should you con tinue to suffer when others are being re lieved ol all symptoms of rheumatism by | Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. Price, |1. | HOOd'S PHIS cure all Liver Ills. i» centa. { • 81-ictrle I.lamp- to Dof? Fr»ii.l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 December 1898

BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE We are one year old today. Our business for the past _fl|\ year has been very satisfactory; in fact so well pleased are all sM _^^l^ m the Stockholders that we have decided to increase our capital '•^SVfc m __^\ stock {rom $25000 t0 Jso'ooo January Ist, J899. Our orders Vg_£*«= --*" _v!_ '^v <_-^m *rom headquarters are to sell evef ything at the irry lowest tjTv*^ prices known in Yakima and run the stock down as low as wk possible to make room to remodel the store and male it a com ____■_?_ ptete department store. > _* at* jA jA — ■ ■ '■-' "— "•. ' --■— - ■ - You Cannot Beat these Prices An/where: * GROCEKIES. Breskisst Bscon .. ioe Great Sale of holicUy '<OT4 « *"• »snd 25. vsi- Best Hsms 11 1..c ue*. sale price ■ J)**- Lard, White Stsr tl handkerchiefs. 50 dozen 3° -1"1 35c »slass, ssle *-***„ Folger'e, Schilling's snd Trice Bak- RuHr QB, per gallon '2tl<- pries -sUC ing Powder 35c LOT 1. l(Ki dozen ladies and childr.'s 25 dozen very Mas Swiss sod ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

* JL JL J_L MMMA W%*|^yvj jr ■^jr '■___vTi Iff T "P^ ■ la\ __V_ I _RW JA. __^1 ■_-__}'1^ JA la-l/la-J JL XT-LA J* X-LJL n JL __L JHr XT.n AAwMM VOL, X, * 1898 * CHRISTMAS * 1898 * NOKTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1898. NO. 49

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

>' J__-Kjy_-K_''A_^^_''A_'-A_ /- w * th 2'__K^_#h^'-#ti' i'_tnv i_n Jt_ft> v l ri •'v>___K_si • |f^yC----_Llk_l waJ^^Aiaa^A-jSZ^t^mxlmiSama^^mmJmi^^^^^^^m'- „«i_M____B____k--1 _• ________r___u__ lii The oldest and most _ £%zf reliable €lueensware \ (\0 i and Crockery House 1 Jl3 *n ***c c*ty extends Christmas Greetings \ \l/ to its many custom j ers. You are probably still looking for some '(i thing suitable for holiday gifts. We submit i for inspection, elegant Lamps, Fancy Cups ( and Saucers, Plates, and Queensware of all I kinds. People never tire of pretty things ? in the line of china and glassware, and we f shall be pleased to show you what we have. Don't overlook our well stocked grocery \ department, where all seasonable goods can 3 be had at lowest prices. DITTER & MECHTEL. v•*•«•"• am * W' -*am^ ■* w** » -• »w ■» _^ »^»r *=* '-* w^ a -■» »»« a-^ »*» »'-» pup ■■■ ■ ■ <9 If Undecid- j V fced what to | fe Choose ... ] ~ ! ; for a pretty Christmas Gift, I shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, YaKi/r\a System of I rri<sa tioi? R I. IO ATI 0 N is L__B I 'r'"" "H kAJfM I about thp ypar 1H7I! ___aß^y_B ■ ' fcooK^K Hip Srhanno ditch, M "• irrigation hprainp , an accomplished fait Id Yakima. Running almoal through the center ol North Yakiinu in rl Southeasterly direc tirm. it was soon demonstrated by the energetic furmcts of Yakima that "irri gation is king" indeed. And they have put their shoulders to the wheels of pro i_res>i ever since until row there have been at least two millions ol dollara ex pended in Irrigating canals In the Yak* iinn valley, v\hi h nre ;i IW paying I, m ! sum" returns fir the money Invested. The aecond ditch is what is known aa the I'niim ditch, which fur n time fur nished power for : he North Yu'..ima tl uir iiu mill. I , - mr eia the Natchez rivpr, about two miles northwest of the city. The canal rnns In a southeasterly direc tion am! ir* sbonl ii\ i miles long, Orow ing out ot thi- necesaities of this ditch, a la.r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

SWTA U.AIS LIVBS. I 111 IllielllMtielllll \«lll'llla'llt I ,\. i:; i.■ blnwi l. wl*! im la' -ni" 'im santa I'law tbej »«>, \ , a ilie man « •• a«r - thai ain't, n»l lead him linni'l thia ri«i \ , .. put elil - ■ ...., • . ii Istmaa full h»i i*s Iren era li i! i Santa I lam, ha come ■ ir'. I> hi« ' * * 'Whs .... Iftl fool Willi 'I'.ll't , a.' :.'■ - ■■ fun, I him, lihi .ci i-en \ ■ -I" IJ i"' " I r - ilia I. .ill I nil." ' -ay, a tit-aril almut * I *•>! ■ ' ... sm i \..■. ■ in - up Ue town. , . -,„ U, Ull) .'■ ' a W fill Wl'l ill de I'.it.l.'er tr.i.'t' : ih, lv -••■ ih< alul i . i)r an ll ill I \ h ..,' ninritiila ci -in n hleii _••) "Ink Be) put lie. in mil, i.,. 1 llllll'l lv'i"l\ i' - Si Mil daj I a|!\ ,' I nut, I -I t instill i ring ■■■■ ■:,'■■ ■ U en. "in. hrlnn *«• , . , c. krilV. „ ..... .',, -„:r. , i ,« ... ■ ' ,M- li" n-e mr 111 '." ■\ ell. w ," In it, it Is It. wl ni'sitc kiila t Vi w 11. ii' ':, 1 - ' .: ' ' ' Hk Ull If 1 m , r .I. i r,: i- '. ■ r I.- . I .■ ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

.. A Piano for Christmas.. You are probably considering the purchase of a musical instrument for your home, why not have the best to be had while you are about it, especially when it will cost you no more than the poorer-classed instruments. We have the very best money can buy. You can test them at your home or we will test them fot yon. In Pianos the following makes stand ■r ~ SB |g|BSjgggg r J_T_Lui* (1110 A I\TO higher than all others in tone. |j r~ 1 r ~, —-— — ,j! &i_ij v * v IITI4 IU \ *♦*" finish and case: J «#??gftWft» i ■'. ' f UllUJlllU aKliaatoe /r-'^ -w^-_j_a__^, ;|j . r.. y&#!t§sbs //j] In Organs we can prove to you mat jE^EXI^Cj-JOCLczIXI. ~~Jj^=-=^=~ylt ' __ ''' the reputations these makes bear L^iSO-t-LG--? -jyss-ry- =3 afe . vort j ny ot ' thcil . name< Xj"u_<_!L'wiQ_ "-■- —--._-.<-._. -'-. „ KZixigsTDiary ll jN Estey, Sg^ll _, 1 T | _A_._-lxi Arbor, Royal gh " ============^^ 1 Phl>no . o Howard ,8%-____f====^^ II I OT-Uoago Jewett Urn* '--Jm^^^^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

■A AN OPPORTUNITY \ '*•'-"* To liny <'lii*i»..iii;i* Present* and nisike youi* friends hupp}, lvi* arrived. /^*vV, lon will liml on looking through our *ii|»erl» stock) \\v have broken kkv4 Sl" ■'<*<*«>»*« l* with useful and sensible* present*. They sire popular jCVj' Because they are made to LOOK and to LAST and the low price we have marked them at cuts the figure. Be sure and see them before you buy elsewhere, Respectfully, \W JNO. W. THOMAS. rill VAKIMA HERALD. BAILEY, HK.-I.KV .V McCOMB, Pit bH.be rt Piitiiiai eal I'liTi- iiniraiiay. rabacnptlon tl IHi ptrit-Hi ni M'|\Hiire. Advertising rates iii'oti application. THVRHIIAY, DECEMBER X, 1891. A Ml. Ill;) CHRISTMAS. Tbe holiday number of Thk Hi nun has been a labor of love, and no gift of Cliristm istiile ia worth a rush that has not its sonrre in the regard ol the niver. To our aiibacribera and onr a Ivertieera is dedicated tins small offering "f onr ha in Is and brains, for it is the pr idncl of much thonght, and dai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

. .TALK THAT COUNTS.. I i When buying your Shoe* or Rubbers call ait our | Store as we have the largest and best assortment in Vakima to select from. In ladle* line Shoes [ we handle the eelebrateil F. Jl. IflairzlnlT and ■_. P. Reed make, in price from *:* to * 1..10; for f quality and tit these shoes cannot be surpassed. | Nee our line for $ 1.50, 1.75, 2 and 3.00. * X% ma\ m S-** Our School Shoes are Giving the best of satisfaction. We also ' I V _Et •___■ carry the Wales Goodyear Rubbers. Every pair warranted. ■ SI HLtmß trou^'c to Show Goods. Remember the place. Special • ilk /-B^t^^^B. attention given to repairing. j* j* .* j* j* Vv <«^ga*s JaCilOTi /i\ i This stvlt nl Ladie Vici Kid . , _, .. , V._d_\ Abt ' Shoes rannc in , s from $1.75 , »'„s style of laches shoes ran^c \ \ IA. from _#>%■ \\£_______ — Shoe—— n ' a ..,,,, v _. », , .. „ , , „ " calf Shoe 2 co ; I.anies Inch Overs $2 oo r Mens three Huckle Overs, s_ Co __ , . . .. . „ .., iii \X/aroli.t..vfnn " French ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

Clusters of Yakima County Cherubs JjjJjjj:, "Mr'"- SMHSk rffflTrßßS: ""ttSftST ■ *«_.; Z\TJsi£; *»«. ilimmle Urn's Letter to Santa Unus. I ic.ti Skills i' I nils. It you could bring A patent doll to dance and sing, A live pi,iiiiil hox nf earsuiela, A sit ot reins with >ilv er bells; An elephant thai mars and walks, A Brownie doll thai laugha and talks, A humming ton thai I can spin, A ,Ic.is to keen my treasure- in. \ boat ur two tiini I .'in sail, A dee, to lurk ainl WBg his tail, A pur ■ I' little bantam chick*, A iliesi of Inula, n 'n ix nf in 'K-. A scarlet suit nf soldier togs. A - ear and net for catching rr"g-<. \ bicycle nml silver watch, A pound nr two nl' hutteracotch; \ .in r;; toy i inn with lotsof trees, A gun to load with henna and peas. An org oi mill a music box, . double Bet nl' building blocks It vim will bring me tbeae, I say, Before the coming Cbriatmaa day, I soil of tlnnk, perhaps, tlinl I'd He pretty nearly satisfied. Harper's Young People. A GIRL S ESS...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

Essays by Youthful Yakima Writers t^e State of Washington . ."^ %E who have lived in the state l V. / \ / of Washington and enjoyed -a> 1- its blessings so long tan hardly appreciate the ail- vantages it affords. No other state in the Colon is better suited to bear rhe name of "The Eather of His ' 'ountry" than our own Washington. It cannot be surpassed ill the beauty and variety of its climate. If one desires a healthlul, delightful climate, with plenty of rainfall in winter and refreshing showers in summer, where it is so mild that roses bloom out of-doors until Christmas, and where summer heat is unknown—where there are equal advantages for fanners; busi ness ami prates ional men -choose that garden spot of tho wes', Puget Sound, ami make it your home. lint if you prefer a dry climate, with plenty of sunshine four fifths of the year, where tho mercury seldom goes below aero weather, and the dryness of the atmosphere and the great altitude render it unusually healthful, yon can...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

vet been wholly awakened, bul when awakened will come to the Imnt snd : rove Ilia airength. Yakima connty is hounded on the north by Kittitas and I iniiglas counties, nn tbe east by Frank .ll and Walla Walla counties, oa the -.»uiii by Klickitat county. and on the weat by Skamania. l_Nrt_ aod Fierce ciiuiities. •tdUrfßa One of the superior features of Yak una rounty ia its heslthv and delightful climate. Tbe summers are aomelitnes quite warm, but. a ten or twelve hours' drive brings you t > the refreshing sml delightful climate of the mountain*, where you can breathe the fragrant air which cannot be found «n> where except •ri Ihe mountains and among tbe giant pines ami lire. And then comes the win ter, which is in no way like the winters „i North ami Smith Dakota aad Minne sota than llle winters nil the Equator and the winters on the Arctic circle. In tlie states mentioned they have blizzards iml Ii 1080 inches of snow, and the poor Mock that clmiice to lie on the range starve...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 22 December 1898

':jm KEENE, : ; ; l^fpffl ~ Watchmaker, -.. *!_# Has a finer selection of Ladies and (Icntli lien's x.^ 1-a_;i _^-^g^ Watches and Cliains than has ever been shown in yonr city. Why not make a life time present while you arc about it? They can he had at a Toilet Set prices. Nothing shoddy; no lire Gilt Swiss Cylinder movements. What I sell I guarantee to be as represented and will tor :J; felt $500 for one case of misrepresentation and what "I say I will do I will do." He also ' ■ # . has the Hest Clocks money will buy. Three brands of Flat and Hollowware, sterling silver novelties Xote these prices: .. Benedict quadruple plated Knives and Forks, per set - - $5.00 Rogers Bros' 1847 quadruple plated do. $4.50 Reed & Barton's do. - $4.00 ■". Tea Sets $10 and up. KEENE the Watchmaker •■:■ Cold Weather I^C? We wish to close out out wl lULIw Line of ladies, misses ainl Uiil dren's Capes aod .Jackets before invoicing and in order to do so quickly will sell them at 20 per cent below cos...

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