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   Lorain County Reporter (Newspaper) - January 1, 1898, Elyria, Ohio                               fiv.fr TT J LORAIN COUNTY [REPORTER. VOL VIII. NO 5. ELYRIA, OHIO, JANUARY J, 1898. PER YEAR S "TRIPLE KNEE LEATHER STOCKINGS" FOR BOYS, 25 Cnts a Pair. They wear 50 per cent longer than ordinary stockings. Triple-- 3 threads-- knees heels and toes, made finest smoothest softest cotton the BLACK CAT BRAND strong- est, heaviest, most elastic and cheapest FAST BLACK Boy's Stocking in the world. We warrant the same to wear or money refunded. Mothers, all we ask is to try one pair for your boy. F. H. FOSTER and CO., Successors to Baker Foster, Clothiers and Gents' Furnishers, 35 West Broad St., Elyria. The Holiday Season is Here t Hi r piepftiul to Mipplj table Ith nil tht of tht M asi n A full lino or Oranges, Lemons Bananas Malaga Grapes, Nuts of All Kinds A Fine I ine of Confectionery, New Dried Fruits Peaches Apricots Prunes, Ruby Prune Rais ns Etc Canned Goods of all kinds and i fine line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Sl'KEKT DON'T DELAY! If you are in need -f Dental work have it done now Waiting n painful and expensive We have the finest par- Ion ID Loraio county and have practiced all branchei of modern denlntrj-lor many years CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK 18 OUR SPKCIALYI PLATES THAI FIT GLARAN1FED Gold Fillings thai will not drop out Cooiuittlton and isamiaationi Gold nk Extractions posillvely painlesi, by mitbod lolily our own Bisl tet of ttath fS Pricei moderm PHILADELPHIA DENTAL PARLORS Dr. J. B. Ford, iMgr. 48 W. BROAD ST WURST BLOCK, ELYRIA. OUR CROCKERY DEP'T is now blocked with a complete lino oi Decorated and Plain Dinnerware and an endless variety oi Lamps Toilet Setts Plain Blown Glass Fancy China Jardinieres, Lamp Fixtures Jelly Glasses Fruit Jars! Extra Rubbers Covers Granite Ware Tin Ware Wooden Ware Fibre Ware Boylan Bros., EAST BROAD ST BARGAINS IN FURNITURE Await you 111 our store NORTH AMHERST Dec 30 1897 Miin Lizzie Keller is visiting friendi at Cleveland MNs Tillie Fey, o( Loram u visiting friends here Mri M Seeley n vititing her ton at OaM Harbor Mr George Asbenbach of Cleveland ii viMtmg bn parenln Mr and Mri H Miller of Lorain are viaiUDg relatives here Mm I illie Brown of Clnveland la home for the holiday! Nettie Wtlford of Cleveland home for Ihe holidays Harry Hiuel of Fremont u home for the holiday vacation Miss Vlitne Fav is ni, me Veek with liei nioiher t Lar li Mr I utic. uy morning for Ctilif jrni i to the w er Mr .ind Mrs Bu ton ul Detroit ire the guesis of Mr and H Sm th Mr and Mrs Fred Seoley spent batur day nnri Sjnday wnh fr endi at Hurou Pearl Oulick of Oberltn- is visit u f! her brother Ylr Dudley Gul ck and wife Mrs Johnson ind Rrand d ualilnr I I oledo ure the R lesls of Mr uu Vlrs A Happy New Year To all are the beat wishes of Ensign Wilkins. OfBoe Phone 10 No. 37 laat Broad St Elyria, O, Lost on Chnstrai? day bulwaen Mrs S Ii Hubbard s xnd E W Hubburd s A silver (sble fork rrmketl R H Will the rtndnr please leave (he lime at Mra E W Hubbard i and receive lhanki Mrs H valuei it hghly ax it wai the gift of a very dear friend Mri S L entertained bar children and grundc-hildrerj Chrntmui, sixteon in all Othfr (riondi present ware HHigh of Dakota Miss Norms Noblu nnd.Mr .ind Mri C A Wilcox At two o Ihe guests were mv ted to the rUnlnt where B de- licious dn ner awtlted tntm The tuble fmrly gronisd under III load of good things Tho Hrvid wai cooked pysiers and cricteri, raw oysteri then came bnked cbicktn tried chicken chioken drnjsmg poiato nnd hi Her cofT i c ke co kies- sj ice wnges ipples Lunanas dies qtc dinner Iliire wai music both vocal and tnnirunientaf and recltMioni cime the Christinas tiee which delighlec1 the h( In OOHS who each received niny prrssnls Tie older ones were also rn memberod It wui R pleasant and en ible TOCSM n and will long be remein b tt.d nv ill who wi.ro prtsenl Mrs V, ckwire and chil Ire i of 1 lei spent Simdny vv tl Mr jnd vlrs J K t mond Gtorne Grind il ot Cleveliul s Iht gues-1 ol Mrs Clavlou ind Mri L r i k Seeley Vlrs M Her met on Clyde uf S i ville nre Ihe gutsts ot Mr ind VI j Miller Mr ind Mrs Fnnk Seiley vi i t I a blrongsville and Huron the (ore p r f the week The Misses McNeal of w- L the guests of their aunt Miss 1 I i e i i i this week Mr and Mrs E of Ueveliu spent Sundiy w th the itler 6 pare its Mr and Mri G Wilford Miwild went to Cleveland I cs day for the puiposeof pi rchasmg a sift! in which lo store Ihe v llage papera Mr Tinker of Rome Aihtabula county npent the week with his B start, Mrs H L Hill and Mrs V. Foster Mr John Backer u( (his place was united in marriage wtlh Miss Minnie Mon tigal of Llyna at her homo on Ihe 25lh Mrs Roth of the Oberlm roia c led tiirdij F ner il aurvcts were htl I (run St Pettr 5 cl i rch Tuesday m ring 1 e siloon business is on the wane in this place OIK has gone oui of I us i tss and hrei- more intend to alter Now i Mrs I bl upe Mr ind Mrs J Rich t ID i I Mrs B ii.on Dr N Cornell and v fe lef I lies Uy morumg for Flondi lo sprr d it-e v nter Mr Henry was presented will i hirdso ne go d vitch on Christmas bv the off CLM cf the bank is i rewar I for saving it from robbery 1 he V. F b C E ol the Congregation al chu ch held tie r irjnujl nit at g ind social at the residence of Mr D Freest) ot V1 u i slreet Tuesday evening Ihetovnsr-iptr is tees have put tha roid from here to Bro v hilm in goccl cond 101 b) covLiing u leivily w I >i Drivel Iht. cor oration is now al work gitueling Mil in alreot Mr ind Mrs Cameron Mr and Mrs H II ill n( M ss Louise Wood itlendad tie vec n t of Mr Dalmer Ka ser and M ss iv, it Meat il U Vermillun Wuilti s Mrs Abiyil P" lie 11 verv sick MHS Maggie De itiim IH ver s rk Mri Irene W ult 9 on tlm H Lk st Mrs H I I ia ipnnt Cl rislu is n We glo i biapdid vis in Cliveldii iv> cl vs RSI Vetk Vrs C Shei-ard is in Olm f r i d ri le i it' Wl lie of Wtlling i v s i ome bundiy Mr1- Liura fijfils and so W re I unit 10 Berea 1 lesdav Reese his been reKistint, D pist r viih ihu rev iva in Graf on i uighter was born to Mr it V! r-i I ren an Hastings Usl week S Merridm and I V Ir L man wire n Clevi 1 ind 1 nctiy Frank Hoi kins and I eanrf I i is of Hvra were imrned on DLC 15 I Mr ind Mrs Crooner have I) en t ler tun ng relatives from Coll nwoo 1 I Wash While is reported as h uini, i bid I fall on the icy pivrrnent which broke oni. rib Polur Denham wife end child of F T run are spend ng njrne ti ne w ih his p ir eilH W F Lyon and wiln are lining ID Mon le They will return 1 lursday of this vvft k Mrs anl lur a halirs m) in enlfrtiinniiTit I isi Luesdny evening at he M ch re i which deser e much praise There were trees ill both churches inri among the iilnable k fti vvrs a nilver lei set for Mrs Ceo French from her hui band and qti te a numb r of othtr pieces were givan avvnv Mr and Mrs h, Blanchard hid a pleas nt riinslrms iin ertaitinont I lie pngraii constsie 1 of mJsic spe iking g v itg p esLits ind 'IDS rnlrLshmLnts were servec, mjk ng a verv pleasant affa r CVHRIK NORTH RIDQEVILLE Die 30 1897 A Happy New Yeir Little Lida Rldgway It itlll very III with brain fever Mm Hannah Clapp n quite nek will) throat trouble Mri Manon wai lormerly Mm Helen Wordln, o( this place Miss Mi) Parka of Cleveland IN it home for the holidayi Mrs Roberts of Hlyria ihi! guest on Monday of Mrs Jumtn Roblnion Mr Mri Slatson of Liberty have been vitlling (nendi here Mrn Ettu Wall of Kenlon n vmning Mr and W B Wordm Mr and Mrs Witller Maech and family were Ihe Cliristmnn of Mr) li I Mrtech I hei d jre Hurnck ulConneiut ssp-nd ng the holdfayn wall Mr and Chaa Horrick Mr and Mrs Bruce Manon of Port Ni rfolk Va Hre guunii at the homo of Mr W Li Wortlm Mr and Mri Joshua L ckor sh spenl Christmas with Mr and Mrs Clarence J I.VSOD of Cleveland Mis Jenn e H ckb of has been spending d lys ai the home of her f iher J >hn Middock Mrs Br idfortl R ico and daugh er MIRB V ennj of Cleveland have been ibe guesis of Mr ind hdwnrd Ames J (me') Hostltnddr died at hn lume Wat nesday morning, lie has been n very ioor heallh for the pist >eir M SH C irulyn Siwyer, of Closeland M s GHO M si Katharine d Miss ISOSB biMge of Llyna jnd Mrs Cit-orv; Sriv were recent gnesls of Mr and Mrb Josept Mad-iotk 1 e folio vi IK olh ers were elicted nl the b S on Dec 26 1 reaMirer Ja nns bayers lecretary fc.uiji.iie Isuii L b Mr assntani Ctioruier MISI Leh i Kace issi unt and organisl Misb Lila LA D c .19 1897 llipp> New 'i ear to i 1 Master Ned Gotl 13 fnendi in Cltveland Mr McFaHden s reported on itiL sick 1st C Gctfindfimly Christmas tr ends ID PenlielJ Mr and Mrb N L Barnum were in L lyrn list edaesday George H KobDic, of t lyna a st r ci in toun Ttiesd iv Mrs Cirabiswell ofUcieland visit eu friends in lawn [ha past week Mrs idri Kawbon mL cnildrtn bpcrl Chris 11 b ult froidbiiPittsheld I orn tu Mr IDC! Mrs Freeman Hast tigs 1 h rsJav Uec 23 i daughter Mr and Mrs C H CurM enterlamed fr LLC b fro i) Cleveland nd Berea Christ m s ind 1 s K Penl tm 11 d d luyiiter of i werLBiestb ot trends in town S ndiv 1 Johnson and s P Mernam m t a business tr p u ed nesd Mr rd Mrs 11 im spent L, in tin s it the lonit. f tl LIT son r C t land IratkUivsrnanl '.ifLlt-ft for Mici g t i i sd y in i nion lib i o c 1 ome M Lark r. o IMS on Ihe rn i nh ot ij n th" pist >eir has i CM, c Cl cl bl v veil to Spencer to spend L ho id >s t tLt, ion t of ht.r parents M id Mrs b m 3 Lc s T of OLer in ollege ape t S ur liv I nd v it el ol i s i oil i, Irs NLIII ss n Mr anl vlrs H V Icox ilttnclec1 i Inmi r no it the 15 t ol Ibeir son H n Ll a d Christmas Cl ir J Wheeur ot Frcinch C Lek spe it bimrdiv inJ bi i nv at the h me of nib p ru i M nc Mr I B Wheeler Mis Lur LDgllsaidi iLehotieo! ler pirents Mr 11 1 Mrs W H JiTib r ihe pabl week Mr nd Mrs 1 r i k o r i g ind Mi s R L McK ssou of Cle el no tl e Bl of Mr in I Mrs D H Vi o ru g buirdi) trdSin iy Jol n Wctadden an old anc respected ci uan oied DBL a alter a loag illness AI tht hjme of 1 is so George on the n er road 1 uner il toon p I riday it his laie residence M irried Th irbday Dec 23 at the I one of he bride s aunt Mibs Sarih Knowlcs bj Reece Mr Chester Han a id M sb H ittie ilcox both of i.a Grange i Hey have our best wibheb Afler the ar exercises of Buckeye Ilive No 19 L J T M Inirsdav ifternoon for the tfo-jd of ihe order Mrs S i Hastings Mrs and Forbb tre led the ladies to a daia y lunch The next tnterui imenl of the High School lecture course will 3e held m Ibe M L c lurch   and bowel trrnbe nr tei sqon cleansed mv tho u K'lv t at I riplly re gained 'i alth and L is rs s A S eel H.r tori C n bib Jvke n n 1 M h vs i vV H t b 1 1 i A 2 Cureti oij v Sh hs ure Ihe ts r- H I i cr) ip pro ll v 0 e m i i s IJ I st i lo s frr h an vVIiiHv r 2 ot or K IKS PITTSFIELD Dec 21 1897 [Delicti Lelter Mri Jne Roit tuts gone to Michigan as the guebl of Mr and Mri Butler dur ing the Mr and Mrs Frank Rool and daughter iMiia and Mabel Beesmg were among Ihe m my who viewed the display of Christinas presents Mrs R Gibbons Jr has been in cer d irmg the past week assisung her sis- ter Mrs I osier in the preparation of a coming event which occurred on Thursday n ght It was ihe wedding f Miss Ix> lie hosier L he marriage of Burt Belts to Miss Clara Merad th on Thursday evening was one of Ihe grand social ivents of the season and pronounced bv ill present i i complete success in every wiy e ex trc hearlv congratulations to Ihe young priir S i ce our neighbors of the classic citv 'n e convicted the driver f tho b er wag n and ire the idvanl cl electno truel Ibuy ire m leu earneit nl f v lor i north led bo nil ne M iv jur labors buar fruit in 11 neirfinre me ilwivs remember if vo ir t e bors on lie soulli ire in linu in J wor 111, for he simp object Boom th ioi_iid-lonl LiupiillvouRHinvonr p.. nt Mtlba will Star In Cltviland Optra Tho performtnce of Ihe Barber ot Seville la tht roll of to Muilo bill, on Wednesday Jan 3 uodtr Ibe dirtclion of Walter Darnrosch irxl C A Elln will be the muilcal event of Maioo, nnd 11 eagerly anllcipalad by all loveri in Cluvelnnd Madam Mtlba bai Diver Ix fore appeared la offcra J "The" B ir- of Seville1 run nob bMQ IB land unco Adeline PatU beard hert in the role of Rotioa, Munc hall mge will eqlarged and equipned with winery Ii will be at com pleie an oparitic production M li anywhere wiib all the necewary KBQery nnd c-jBiiim-s ind sfull orcheilra Madam Mnlba will in the role of PU Mondsy next In Philadelphia aud every circumilance a perfect rendition of tha pin The conductor will be Signer Bimbooi 1 for ihose who rveard biro conduct the performance of I Aida in >Jow York a year ago tDere will be little need to recall Im worth I his partormince will be the only one of opera tint Cleveland Ail) enjoy thu year ind wi 1 also be Madame Melbui onlv appearance here during Ihe leinon beam rajy be by addrexiog B D Mockabee and may be called (or al Music hall box oflice on ibe evening of opera HUNTINQTUIS Dec 27 1857 ill June and wife spent Ctariurruu in All land Syhrfuus Kelsev killed x red fox on Doc 23d Evelyn attended the carnival in Norwalk on Ihe Harry Hrait who initudying in Berea is home for Iha bolidiyi V, ill Handly and family ipent Chrut- mai al Lornnie Rodger t, Miai Lew Ward who n lenchlng in LoMin, came borne Friday (or a week Mr and Mrn shiijmito of Cleveland ipent Christmai al her father i S Hicki Lew Meachum and wife of Elyria are pending Ihe time with ttielr (riandt here ]ick Irnh and wife, of Rochester took Christmas cbeer with Charley and family Mrs Sumner and daughter of Cleveland are at her father s A J Burrell i for the holidays Social al J V Phelan 9 on Tuetd y evening al so aiLiK Chapman on Til day evening F D m 1 n Iv of Lorain are the guesti of i n b i id d leu during their vacilioi A free show HI li I i I hall evrry even ing this week I i_ I i li of kump pat em nud cine co i pniiy T ho enier i i i i .1 the VI n church on C iribtinrtS L v s v ry Ihough DC i so well Biti.n 1 d is it inigiii have been tic Hvelisi i LL i to vn all IHU week v is Klwood K s blacksmith bu verv lev hnrses ha I lo be iharp ihod 0 Knealssun wai in business in Ibe Miller block in Uovtland which was in ihe irack uf ihe big fire there lam 7 buroday COLUMBIA Dec 29 1897 Reynold! pf.iledioa, is somi; of her old schoolmates Mrs1 Jennie Howe ana daughter Gertie spent Cliriiimab with al this place Mr and Mrs George Buker and child ren are spending the hoi days in Michigan j here was a Chrmmss tree nt the bap lint church Christinas eve An inlerciting program wis pre enied vnsb Jessie Rejnoldb has gone homa to stay with her mother Mrs R Smith of Medina who is very low with consump t ion 1 here will be an iistillai on of offlcerfi ot the Grange Ja i 4 al the lovvn hall Oysters will be served for dinner A good time is expected J he entertainment held Christmas eve at the Methodist church well attend ed At the close every person present old and youni; were presented with a box of c-indy a id nuts and all weiu away happ> Much crtjdit is due the buperiutendem Mr Wi for his untiring effort lo niakt it success ewe. OPERA HOU4E CLEVELAND ONE OF TWO WAYS Thin Blood Where the blood loses its i intense thin and watery, as in anemia, there is a constant feeling; of exhaus- tion, a lack of and the spirits depreised. Emulsion 1 of Cod-liver Oil with Hypo- phosphites of Lime and Soda j is peculiarly adapted to correct this condition. The cod-liver oil, emulsified to an exquisite fineness, enters the blood direct and feeds its every corpuscle, restoring; the natural color and giving vitality to the whole system. The hypophosphites reach the brain and nerve centres and add their strength- ening and beneficial effect. If the roses have left your cheeks, if you are growing thin and exhausted from over- work, or i to tell, use sion. re you gel SCOTT S Fmu i on Al drugglits 5oc antl oo SCOTT UOWNE Clc New ;xhausted from over- X' if age is beginning jjff se SCOTT'S Emuf f" ed foi too i 3 i derwiSwriatedforonepirpae namtlv receplnclt. lor the ur ne ind is s ich s net li nle lo riny for n ol disease D om ol lw_ vivs T le I rat v iy is d m 11 perfect union of the kidneys Tl e -CJH I va s fiom c reluss ccftl trt i mi of ti ler disease (Mil I CAI M Ult- li.> i r f om unheillhy 1 id re) st ecliiefctuseofbla ertroibes So i le voniu ika ihe lilrHder vns creat onu purpose md if not doc ored id 11 not liible to veiknebb or dtstast except in rareca es It is situated biCK t ind vmy cose lo he bladder ri, any p n d seise or incon venience 1111 ifeMLd in the K drevs back 1 1 idder urimry p is often by m bt Ke i tr butt-d lo female weakness or womb roul le af somu sort The error is ea ih and maj be as easilj asoided lo find on correctl) set your urine aside f )r twt-n four hours i sediment or aet ind cites k dnev or bladder trouble lie mild trtj Iht extraordinary edeU of Dr K 1 Ter s Svv irno Root the great kid ney and bladder remedy is soon realized It need a medicine you shoul I have Ihe best Al druggisls fifty cents and one dollar u miv have a sample bottle and paniphl-l both sent free byjmail Mention HKPO iTER and send your address 10 Dr Kilmer t Co Btnghamton N Y The proprietors of Ibis paper guarantee Ibe genuineness of this offer Karl s Clover R >ot Tea b a pleisant lax Ve Regulale" the bowels purifies Ibe id ClejrR the complexion Easy to ind pleasant to take 2; cts Sold keman Miuhews TR nd Java codec fine moderate price SEVSARD Delayed Dec 22 1697 Mernl Baker died Dec 17 J lie funeral vas held Monday JLV O Law rence officiating She a siiferer train cincar She leivcs- a .bus ban 1 ind one da ig Her 1 1 mourn her loss r dun, hursebark neir Mi man s p ice 1 liom is A ni nje s horse fel down the Linb inkment throw ng hi 11 on to the ground IK VMS hurl ou te badlv A tbib he H t ol able o be out Miss Llln 3ikei die 1 Dec lO aged 19 >earsand nitii. mon hn lie funeral was held it ihe ii ip 1st chinch Stind iv KLV Longion o I cuiing where she nns been i fnihfnl niL i bei for llm past three )L-nrs Theia was i large ittcnd bne vis i unusinlly bright having school me pist four jL-irs She IIMM.S i fit her an 1 i other 1 1 i o un Ikr Ijss Miss Cari Barlleti gave her pupi s n treat of i C insinns tree J hursdiv even ing Dae. K mo jld binn Cl H s put i i Ins ap; pnrarcs ind d s ibuiea c mdy pop corn ind Chr stnias to eich chi d 1 1 retur i the teichei vis prLSenteJ with a flirt p lot graph ilbu n ind nany ol ILT little toke i of i! fro 11 I er pupils iheGenha will be al the opera houie Cleveland next week beginning Monday Jan 3 popular priced matinee on Wed- netday and Ibe unuiil Saturday _ The Geliha i> the Ifteil and moit aucrewful munpal opera ir. ihu country The play form i a bright and eDterltiD- meet Irom berionlng lo the end til well written dialogue 11 bumorooi and clever the lyrici are of the beit, and Ihe munc ID it sparkling and melodtoua ee one could desire. Japuneee in conitructioo, tbe itory ihowa that the imgmf aod daoring gnls at Ihe Tea HOUM of Ten Thoiuand eaiertam vi.itoriover tbere juit a> the r i s en eiterlalo vjiilon In other courjtrlci where itronger beveragei are aupplie-) Unlike marjjr ot the txlrava ganzai or muncKl comediet there u a pretty and coherent itory running through the play which ii ibown lo two acti, ihe fun being tbe Tea HOIM of Tea Thoui and Joyi the eecoad, "Chrysanthemum Fete in ibe Palace Garden I ia iLe prncol and Ihe aclioe) ot tbe play takri place in Japan outitde tbe treaty llmili A porty c-f Eogliih naval officer) The G nha who aflordt them much a ma le mint Then a of Eng- luh laJie appi-ir upon (he tcene 1 ha Chief of the G isht attract! ihe Cover nor of ihe prjvinc who wishei lo marry her and when hii hetri her unging to an Ungliilimitii he li'Dnvn the proprietor rj[ the Tea t-I of hia licenne and Hlln at public auction il> hn goodi and cbatteli me uding the unking nod dkncmg gtrU Ihe Governor to buy one and ihe one he mlendi eipecially to bur li bought by an English Udv who outbidi him Une of the foreigners by dliguulng bercelf as a Geisha IB auually ao d lo the Governor in- Head 11ns com mixei matter! but eventually there n a diientanglemeat aui of coursu everything endi utiifactor ily The humor of the dialogue and the diverting situations keep the audience in continual laughter and Ihe bright and pleating melodien evoke ibe hearneit ap- plauie A most imporiant feature of the entertainment IB Ihe tceoery aud tbe beiuui'j] drenek 1 he tint tcene repren ntaitve of a 1 e< llouw ii extremely pretty but it n oulshown by tbe lovely cbryianthemum ibe Palace GirdLtis which tho moM (.hinniug mannt-r vv th the dreuei of 1 he Geisha 1 be cliorui effects are I parncularlv gooJ and the 8 ngmg it of tht highest cUss As 0 Mimosa San the chief Geisha M ss Laura Millard tings I dances and acts brilliantly when enlertaic- ing the Lngli-ih officen when pleading for releaie from the Governor bidding i farewell to her lover she is especially irr- lereitmg nnd clever -tier longK The Amorous Go d Fith nnd the Jewel o: Asia are among her the Kii-sing Duet will) Reginald t airfax ated by Mr John Parks n bweetly ren dered A ooticeabln feaiure of her sing- ing generally n the charm with which her numbsri tre rendered and thev are illut- trmne of her genuine acting Thii (i de- lightfully apparent in the Klumg Duet, which is loudly encored Mils Linda Di Lssia as Molly Sevmour can tcarpciy ije excelled bhe hit an txqun te voice, in a piqutiu winning manner, tand dances graceful v Bet tongn 'I am tCe biuriesi Geisha in Japan and Monki y on a Stick are very pleasing Ihe 1 oy Duet sung with Fairfax, u well received that it has actually onu of the strongest hits in thii play The' balance of ihe co npany had scleLted and incl ides Mark Smith, Chat W Sv3in J )lm Pirk Henry Giniaa, hh Cjilnert Cornelia Uarbour, ana imnj others under the management ot Mark bmnh Shtloh h Consumption Cure cureb where others tail Ii is tbe ng cough cure and no home should be without it Pleas ant lo take ind goes right to spot So d by Dykeman fi. Malthews hlyr a i'Mai. fvilOW 51. Jj L-! IP S hll'lt tlOtl) 1 M 1 CO n 111 I 1 l-r ll I II 1O1 i J I 1 I1 I I 1IKI L. t I J 1 1. L v, lllL U ll t.t t IIS C I) I t L i 'lC Ml, s lOtllC ifa 1 I't. JuV C c 1 1 H 1.1. K licb'i ng tin I' g Di i n W Bu'1 s ]3abj Sviup, a most, ous, liatiuless uioditJue roi all bubyd.s- 11 nve usul Di ]Jt 11s Baby eijlit Lt his I IHL1 I uolli-vv lliout it in ll L lOtiM ILiallio btst ILIIH h la tliL- in Ui bi Mtb 13 mm litiuUi) liij Di John W Jiull b Jjuby 25 cents at all dialcis liciueiubet, ask for Di JohnW. Bull's DubyS} tup. 8ohl b) r li Chum.iKle THE THREE tlOSTONIANS It B with pi asure that KumKTER u i )li! t) nnnouncij he (HLI that hlyria u soo i to be (nored wi li a visil b) ihe t nious n o w dul) k iown ihroughoui New L i gUii 1 and f is IKCOIHI ig popular i iha VL'SI ns ihi; 1 lireL Bostoniann The ni s s R-w vl MI r Vnnie I rank Libbey Inrpisi of tir (nine and Laton the mobt tm- pL-rsotialoi on the lyeenin anil 0 ia who winsfivor wherever appears Lich mcmoer of ihe ino han aiready id led froh laurels in the west to loose brought with them from ihe e hive seen many presb uotices thny hive g lined this seison and also have we porubcd tesiimonials from critical ind re- 1 able sources home Invsnablv tliev arc making return dates wherever they eppenr notably m this slate Defiance Kenlon 1 indlay lona eic 1 ley will appeir in conjunction with Ihe male i uartei of 
                            

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