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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2. 1894.
I nriflmo 6EHERW- HWS
i mm I OF INDUSTRIES
Jiui uants hut Ullichfic below,
Kor nants that tUflt long
7his xuri'li isn't true of yuu,
'Though it be too the tony.
You wih to NMhhvndrtdtof people
each year. Vour want IN iiimiin-'r-uble;
and the ' i i ' 1 ' i liefore you U,
Which i the chwipiM' nnd nioro conve
nient way to ..!;. the a' tention of thoae
whos-? RorviooH you wish to securer
In tin! future Tun Trvblne proposes
to iinku ii specialty of want nil vertl-ie-lneuis.
'J'h s paper will beconi'.' noted
for Its ctiectlvane a in bi m. to
gether the employer anil tho uuein
ployed. Sjlid In the "want" on a postal
card, or olso call on vour way down
town. We'll agree to do tho rost.
.;ASTE1 TO ' PURCHASE' L'IGAlt
vv store, i r would rout place suitable for
same. Address, F. O. H. care of Tribnn .
ior sale dx i; x'kw yost tvii:'
r writer, also JMII Abbott check punch,
at a bargain. Addi ess M. .1., care Tribune of
fice. UOR SALE CHEAP. FOR WANT OP VHE,
P a BreVclces freight elevator, electric
motor, abafting, beltlc. "tc. Apply ut "ELK"
BUILDING, 115 end li; Franklin avenue, or
t.. 1. U WILLIAMS. Architect.
TLrOR SALE OR EXl'H A NOE FOR SCUAX"
-F ton property--A beuring orange grove
increasing in production and value yearly in
the orange section in Florida, Addrcs r, L.
METTLETON. I.ako Helen. Florida
I MJR RENT T11K IL'KNISIILli KtSl
I dence of the lute William W M:iuues, III
Jefferson avenue, with or without barn in the
leu- Inuuire of 11. A K&app, Republican
I 'OK BINT PWO ITOR BRICK DWEL
" liug house: modem immovomeiitM. 816
Forest court Apply to MAUBlCB i'OLLINS,
geut. tsi West Lackawanna avenue.
I PO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
I Part or all of three bun.Irod feel of yard
I OMB along railroad. Apply ut "It! Prauklin
'ro RENT-STORE iaVxW ok FL KNISHIoo
I hall on (Ireen Ridge street. Very deslru
Lle location and on reasonable terms. Apply
to F. E. NETTLETON or C. S. WOODRUFF.
Secretary Lovejoy, of the Carnegie Steel Com
pany, Announces Us Policy,
V I y WIFE HAVING LEFT MY BKl AND
iVl board. 1 hereby notify all partie. that I
will not pay any Mill contracted 6y her In iny
VOT1CE IS HEREBY (HVi.N THAT AN
.1 application will be made to the Court of
quarter Sessions of Lackawanna county on
Thursday, January t, UM, at I o'clock a. Co.,
lor the division of the borough of Dickson
City aud the erection of a new borough to be
known as the borough of Throop. out of apart
i f the territory now comprised by the said
Lui'ougu of Dickson City
WILLAKD. WAKREN & KN'APP.
company in Scrnnton Saturday. Jan.
M. at iJU p ni. A. 0 FL'LLER, Secrets
i.OK SALE-SIM OLE HOUSE, m yUINCi
i avenue: very desirable location. Anplv
0 F REYNOLDS, or WILLAKD. W Alt KEN
1 KN AFP.
v'j.eui) WILL BUY Modern NXWtROOM
O house, all Improvements; tefJUS easy; cor
par Madison avenue cud Deleware street. Ap
ply HAltHY LEES.
V'l.lKJ A ILL BUY VERY DES1KA11LE LOT
comer Madison avenue uud Delaware
street. Terms easy. Apply
V lection notice, .the" annual
"j meeting of the stockholders of the Scran-
tovo works will b i held at tin olhco ot
ranton. Pa., Dec. , IN&
'TOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
.li the stockholders of Couipmy H Armory
association of Borauton, Pa., for the election
of directors for the ensuing year will beheld
At the olllce of B H. Throop. IJ.I Wyuuilng
avenua, OU Monday. January a IsOi. at 7.3Q
Vi'lock p. m. V E. ARNOLD, Sec-retary.
rpHE-"annual "mTeWncP "of"i-'he
1 stockholders of tho Scranton Illuminat
ing. H -at and Power compuny will beheld at
the office of the compauy, IN Wyoming ave
ana, on Tuesday. Jan. lti, lay L at 4 o'clock p.
in , for the election of directors for the ensu
iug year and such other business as may MM
FRLD c HAND, Secretary.
Be ran ton. Pa., Dec. it, lefA
'k'lHE SOLDIEli IN OUB CIVIL WAR,'
1 containing Frank Leslie's famous old
war pictures. Two volumes folio. Every
pan illustrated. Over pages. As an edu
cator it is Unexcelled Sold on easy monthly
payments, both volumes delivered complete.
Address P. O .Moouv. Ml Franklin avenue,
agent 'or Northeastern Pennsylvania.
fOHN BKIEULL. DEALER IN PAINTS.
ft oils, varnishes, bru-hes, 315 Penn avenue,
paper hanging, painting aud kalaomihing
promptly attended to.
VJCRAN TON WRl.NOI.it HOSPITAL, olil
SJ Spruce street, ground Bear, 'ibo best
solid white rubber rollers, one dollar each.
Work guaranteed by the oldest and only ex
pert wringer repairer In Scranton.
r ublic Szle.
IJI.BLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
J tate -Pursuant to an order of the or
ph iu's court of Lac kawanna county, I'ennsyl
vuiiiu. there will I e sold at public sale at the
arbitration room in the court house lu the
city of Scranton, on Saturday, the 20th day of
January, MM, the following described real es
tate, lata of John J. O'liara. dsceated, to-wit)
A valuable lot of ground situate in the citv of
gcrant n, county of Lackawanna and state of
Pennsylvania, known and designated as lot
-No. ii, in square or block U. and situate upon
street called and known as Pear llfeat upon
tne town plot or inn i Ity or scranton. intended
to be duly recorded and registered: said lot
being forty 1 10 1 feet In front und forty fill) I
feet in rear aud one hundred nnd sixty-four I
turn reel in aeptn. ah unproved witu n
double frame two story dwelling bouse, fruit
I ees ulld out buildings, subject to rvscrvil
tl m of coal and mineral". Persons d-'sli ing to
Mew tho premiss, will pVuSe c-ullon Mrs.
MaryO Hsra, administratrix, residing there
on Sale commences nt 10 a. ni. Conditions
U'.ude known at s:ilo by
MAKY HAIt A, Administratrix
Dec. 1U. 1S3.
Jessup & Hand. Attorneys.
1TOUNQ MAN. STEADY and RELIABLt
I oeattei a situation, with or without
board Will work reasonable Address, J. D.
B . Tribune office
A LADY WOULD LIKE A i-lTUATIu.V
as housekeeper in a smull family: pisfer
a place where there la BO woman For in
formation please call ut 906 Washington avo.
t all for E. S.
Philadelphia Tallow Merkst.
FiilLsiiELPMA. Jim. 1. Tallow was
dull aud o in hum;-1. Price were:
Prime city, in hogsbond, be.: prime,
Country, iu hogsheads, 6c; do. dark, in bar
tels, 4Xc. ; cakes, ic; gNM, ifa.
Any subscriber of The Tribune may 9
ciirr a buok of ftuur anil rual coupons
Worth $S (Md thus sine M cents on cuci
burrel of flour aud 'J criifs on nun ton of
Dk. Woois Nokwav Pine Syiut waa
used for yeurs us n bretCTlptlnn by a sue
essiul physician. It is in all respects the
bust cough metliciuo mndu today. Sold by
all dealers ou a guarautee of satisfaction. '
B. 11. Clifford, New Camel, W'ie, wns
v troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
bis stomach was disordered, his liver was
Vtt'ected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, und he was terribly reduced iu
llesb and strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward shepherd. Hnrrisburg, 111 , had
a running sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three buttles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Ruck leu's
Atuica Halve and his leg is sound nnd
well. John Spenker, Catawba, O., had
Jive large fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Klectric
Bitters and one box Bnckten's Arnica
Halve cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
SAYS IT WILL NOT CUT PRICES
But It Will Meet Competition, and It
Will Endeavor So to Distributo Its
Activity During the New Year That
the Greatest Good Will Result to the
Greatest Number of Its Employes.
Other Topics of Industrial Interest
Secretary Lovejoy, of tlia Carnegie
company, in an interview at Pittsburg,
lari "It is our intention not toallow our
10,001 employes to want during; the
winter. We will keep our plants in
operation, and whore a mill is running
an a single turn we will provide for all
our men by having alternating crews.
In this way they will all be furnished
employment, at leant on half time. Tae
statement that we intend cutting prices
ii untrue. We will maintain rates, but
will meet all competition. " The out
look is much better than nt any time
sines spring. There is a better tone ti)
the iron market nnd orders are coming
in. At present U.000 coke ovens are in
operatioti iu the I'outiellsville region,
more than nt any time in the lust six
mouths, und, as the Mast f nrnaces are
starting up, a further incrosae is lojked
for very soon. The operation of thy
large plants here will ntcdsitate the
resumption of nuin 'rous sin ill m'tlN
which furnish them the unfinished
product. This will give employment
lo many additional men, Wbtll hnn
dreilsof others will be f'.-.ruished work
iu digging and hauliug ore to tne
movement of freight.
With reference to the rumor that an
effort will be made at the next session
of the legislature to repeal the semi
monthly pay law the Pittston Gazette
opines that such a movement would
most likely be successful, inasmuch as
those whom the law waa intended to
benefit are not likely to waste time and
energy in opposing the repeal of u law
that is practically u dead letter. The
act never was properly framed, or it
could not be avoided with impunity
by corporations, as it has been. . lu
the Wyoming Valley but ouo or
two of the coal companies complied
with the law when it that went into
effect, and these soon found that they
could return to the old system of pay
Ins monthly without fear. Of course
they did so immediately. In the
Schuylkill region, where semi-monthly
payments were made quite generally
lor some time after the law went into
effect, nearly if not quite all liavo seen
fit to return to the old system. A law
that enn be evaded bo easily as this
semi-monthly pay law has been might
just as well be taken off the Btatute
A dispatch from Monongaliela, this
state, says: "The opening of the new
rear will see most of the tnines in tho
lower pool paying cents for digging.
In the fourth pool t no recognized rate
in moBt cases is 'i cents, although some
of the mines are paying less. In the
Elizabeth neighborhood Walton St Co.
closed down pending a settlement of
the rate question, but on the whole the
outlook for the diggers is vastly better
than seemed possible two months ago.
The men are snowing wonderful unan
imity of sentiment on the necessity for
organization now, while nil tho condi
tions are favorable and the organizers
are accomplishing wonders."
Under the Screens:
Kollin A. Wilbur has, It is said, boen
made general superintendent of the entire
Lehiuh Valley system.
It is denied that the Philadelphia and
Reading company has purchased the Keh
loy Kun colliery, near Shenandoah, noiv
owued bv the Thomas Coal company.
DeTurk & Co. are building another new
washery at Ebervale. Tho plant is being
erected by Frederick Schultz, of Jalappa,
and will be ouaof the largest in the region.
The coal banks in its vicinity are line ones
and it is though), will hold out for twelve
years. When it is la full operation, be
tween 500 and ouj tons of coal will bu
While tho Rending rnilroad's Frankfort
brauch is opened it is saiil that about
thirty traim will be run each way daily.
One of the now Pennsylvania class P
engines recently made a run of 103 miles
in 100 minutes on the Chicago division of
the Panhandle, hauling two baggage cars,
iwo coaches and four Pullmans.
It is stated that both the Vauder'oilt and
Pennsylvania lino-t will, with tho taking
effect of the spring timetable, put on W
hour trains between New York and Chic
go, aud much faster trnim between New
York and St. Louis, via Indianapolis.
Tho WilkeS'BaiTe and Eastern's new
freight depot nt Wilkea-Uarre Is finished.
The passenger station has reached the
Tho freight business of the Pennsylvania
roud has never beou duller than at the
The Hawley Glass company will resume
mnuufaclnring oti Thursday night with
non union workmen, giving employment
to 100 people.
Clipped rao.u C'anailn Pre.ibyterian,
under signature of C. liluckett Robinson,
proprietor: I was cured of oft-recurring
tiillioui headache by Burdock Blood bit
A Clock out of
order shows it on the
face. When the hu
man machine goes
wrong, the physiogno-
m my tells tales. If you
X do not look well, take
Vina j a '
Q f cents a box LJ
I RUBY JEWELED 1
1)0) ADJUSTED oM
Sh THC ,0 W
It is inarveloui how
these famous Watches
arc taking the pluce of
all others where accu
rate time is required.
Railroad men will have
Ouebsr Watch Works, Canton, Ohio.
COUNTRY STORE WIT.
SrortEKFEPF.n "Here's a Ii Her that oiIrs ten dcilan if nny one oil tell him
how to interdnos a new medicine for hossea."
Farmek Pop COW Why don't yer write him to inteduce it inter the mouth
,i the lioss and git the ten f
Castoria, is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
aud Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevcuts vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation aud flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
end bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" C'a3toria Is un eXceUtht medicine for chil
dren. Moth, rs have rspeatcdly told mo of Its
food effect upon their children."
D& 0. 0. Oaooon,
" CastOi ia Is tho best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho dsy is not
far distant when mothers willconslder the real
Interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
stead of thevarlousquack nostrumswhlch are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereLy sending
Ihem to prematura graves."
Da. J. F. Kixchci.ce,
" Castoria is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it us superior toany prasaritlou
known to uio."
B. A, AncnsR, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians iu the children's depart
meat have spoken highly of their eiperi
ence in their outside practice w ith Castoria.
and although we only hare among oui
medical supplies what Is known as itvulai
products, yet we are free to confess tlwt ths
merits of Castoria has wou us to look win
favor upon it."
UtuTEn Hospitil am Disrixsiav,
Allen C. Suith, Pres.,
The Centaur Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
133 Penn avenue, 103 Wyoming Avenue.
Goods at the merest fraction of their vain. Goods for the kitchen. Good)
for Ihe Garden. Goods for the workshop. Goods for every day. Thousan.U
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Pins. 4 pajwrs for .1 cents.
Matches. 12 boxes for B cents.
Household Ammonia, largo size, 8 cents,
BeBt French blacking, 4 cents, worth it) cents.
test Machine Oil, 4 cents.
200 yards Hpool Cotton, 10 icmts a dozen.
Knives and Forks, 39 cents to $l.flO.
Bread Knives. 10 cents to 50 cents.
30 sheets good Writing Paper, i cent
25 good Envelopes, 3 cents.
Blacking Brushes, 10 cents up.
All kinds ot Hair, Tooth, llorss and Clothes
Suspenders, r, cents to 60 cents.
Men's ono linlf Hoio, good heavy goods, 3 pairs
Men's oii"-lmlf Hose, very heavy, fine goods,
S pairs 2j cents.
8 ounce Tucks, 4 papers for 5 cents.
niimnir,r. 4. 10, U, 2i, .1), 35 and 51 o nti
Saws. 15, 20, 25, &, 35, 40, 45, 50, 75 cant an 1
Flanes, 25 cents to 1.
Squares 10 ceuts to jfl.
A good list of Bits, 1.11; a bargain.
Chisels, all sizes, from 1&0. up.
' i Irons, choap.
Dinner Pulls, 30 cunts up.
Boys' Cloth Hats. 25 cents; cheap.
Men's Hats, 20 cents to 1.
Tea Spoons, 0 for 25 cents; douplo plated.
We sell these spoons, (jiving the buyer ths
privilege of returning them after one year's
use, if uot satisfactory. They contain uo
brass or copper.
Tocket looks. 3, It 10, 20. 40 ail 50 cauti
A good Knzor for jl, fully warranted.
Razor Strops of all kinds.
Remember tho place; 133 PENN AVE, 103 WYOMING AVE.
iflaae a wen
1IK.4 i.Trt 1m LO DAY. Curts nil
n ..... . DlHMtt, i i!" Mono!)'
ParaU. Sltrnl. "t-'iisri Nulillv trnH
llotid.ftf., OKwNM by pOKl iaOttMt, plrs vlgur indmtc
to shmnkiti orisons, ami quickly but purely mtorti
I.ut Minihnoil In old ur utiQr. Uu:illv rAiileU In VmI
puckft. I't leg $1.00 uiaciafigf. Si for tft.00 with a
wrltli'BcitumHlee to vurf yr tnoiief refmid!. Dun't
ttt iiny Bttpl iiieljilwd -u ui-; d vou umj kind el
UnHatfon Intfllt oil Inn lug IN HAPw-jioiu1 OtaM It
be lias nut got it. we will vni It bv nihil upon rocelpf
gfLrloe, Haiuphlwt In Mklvii enviotiu free. Adilrea
Orltfiital Medical L'u , Vro., Uhiu., 111., wruitrttti.
SOLD bv Matthiwa Bros,, '.)..!... ,. and Retail
Drntfuista. SCRANTON, PA., ...... utber UaJ-
Cnbomib bt tnt HiaNitT McfiiaxL Autnoritikb
HEADACHE m, .'!um',1
INHALER wilt curt yol. A
wouderiul boon to ruttvreri
f rem t old., ore'I'lii aac,
or BAT IT.TI1I, Atorit
itnmifliatt reluf. AncttTclent
rouieily, conrenisnt to carry
If ,a "n flr,lt lndleailon of co
In pocket, resit
I'outmuen use l.r.. n IVi manmt 4'ure.
p ni, Trial tree at DinajHts. Heslsuired oisll.
W cents, t. D. !Mli, HE, fares Sivin, Mj.i , D. S. 4.
G 17 SI XK BC .A. XV ' as
MFNTHfll lftl ""rost anil latent retniJy for
rotn I nVL all skin illnssio. wMa,TM,taH
ltlieum i,i(l Sorei, llurul, UUtl. Wondrrrul rem
tilTtoriMLEa. Prlea, US cts. ut Urns-DBI U
Ulsls ur by li, nil pieinil't. AUilrasi U,Te. BALM
Remoyca Frsoklst, Plmplas
Liver Mol i, Blaekfisaiit,
aiinhiirr, in, I Tin. And r...
fcli.T-.ii lh,t ,.l-!n In llu ril-lnl.
liid freibii'jss, producing a
r',. nnrl hinitliv imm.
.1 I.... Cnr.l.VV.n 1,11 t .....
)in,iiratlons and porfeiUf lisrmleal At all
Utugglata, or in ailed lor 60ctt. Bend for Circular.
VIOLA SKIN 80AP U .inpij iu,iuruiiii u
kll purlftlns Hasp, ulxquiUd for Ul MIM, Ind illliout u
rtraJ tot tin nursery. AUolulilr j,uro ivt dcll;atil BuJl
muS. ai dnsui.ti. PHs 2S Ceirts.
Q. C. BITTNER & CO., Tei.coo. O.
For sale by Mattbews Bros anl Morzuu Bro
Korsale by Matthews llros. and Moinauliros
Sometimes needs a rrli
abla monthly regulating
Aro prompt, safe and oertaifl In result. Ttie ooa.
Hip (Dr. Peil'si ne? er riiesppolnt. San aaywhar.
1 1 in), peal Medicine r.o , ( IcTOlaaa, O.
Sold by JOHN' H. NIELPS PUalmnoUt
I'ornor t yoiiini uveuuo aud Spruce strast
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
CocaT Huimt Squame.
All kinds of Laundry ,4Vork guaranteed
Three Special Humbers in UnderYear
At a very low price. See them near the door. Now is the time to buy.
40 DOZEN Men's Natural Random Shirts and Drawers, worth 50c. everywhere
Price to close, 37 y2c. per garment.
40 DOZEN Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests, made of fine Egyptian cotton, 50c in any
other store in the city; 37c. buys one here.
20 DOZEN Ladies' Natural Vests and Pants; another 50c. article, and a good
bargain, 37 'c. each. 6
These are great snaps in Underwear and at such low prices they are not
liable to last long.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE mZSHXML
Line of (.'uleudars ever seen iu
this city are to be seen iu our
Our line of Holiday Novelties
are all new goods- -no old stock
from hist year.
Finest lines of Celuloid Cases,
Oxford aud Bagsler Bibles, Gold
Pens and Feucils, Leather Goods
aud Booklets at
Stationers and Engraven.
817 LACKAWANNA AVE.
HE DUTHE1L STUDIO,
OIK LACKAWANNA AVKNTE,
W SCKASTON, l'A.
OAvlHCI MADE a contract with a
LI fraiiw factory to turn oat 1.0W
O Irani betwen now and Chrlt
$ niaa. I wish to announce to tho pub
lic ttiat 1 will make a UEN L INE
CRAYON POHTKAIT iot,ied Irnm
any tmall out. ABSOLUTELY FREE OP
LATKMX stvlks op fuaaigs I hum
Frauei 'M pr oeut. leu than regular price
K. UUTHEIL, Artist.
From the K . Tiib.ine, Aec. I, SM
"Chicjloo, Oct. 31.Fhe fiiat clilcial
BDnonDcement of World'i Fair di
plomas on flour bag been muds. A
medal bas been awarded by the
World's Fair judgei to the flour manu
factured ty the Was hbnru, Crosby Co ,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills.
Minneapolis. The coinmlttoe reports
the flour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-ulaw patent flour fot
family and bakers' 1193."
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brand of flour can be had at any of tie following merchitutl,
who will accept The Tribune flour CQCFOM of M on each oue buudrei ouadi
of flour or 50 on each barrel of flour.
Ecrantou-F. P. Prico, Waahiugtou avenue,
Uold Medal Brand.
Hyde Park-Carson & Davis, Washburn St.
Oold Medal Brand: Joseph A. Mears,Malu
avenue, Superlative Brand.
Green Kidge-A.L.Sponeer.Golil Medal Brand.
Dunniore-F. P. Price, Oold Medal Brand.
Olyphaut James Jordan, Superlative Brand.
Duuiuore-F. D. Uanley. Superlative Brand,
Providence-Fennel- Chappoll.N'- Main ave
nue, Superlative braud;a J Lillleaple, W.
Market street, Oold Medal Brand.
Pi'ckvllle-Shafler K- Iser. Supeilat.ve
Jermyn-C. 1). Winter & Cft SuperalativJ
Carbondale-B. B, Clark, Oold Medal Brand.
Houeadale-J N. Foster & Co. Gold Medulr
1 Honesdale-W.P. Sclienck .utif rlatlvo Pinnl
1 tialton-S. E. Finn & Son. Uold .'Jmlal Brand
1 Gouldaboro-S A. Adains. Hold Medal Brand
i Tobvhanna Tohybaiimt & l.i-liih Lnmbj
Co., Gold Medal Liand.
IL I CULL'S
Never since we became known as a business firm have we shown such a marvell
ously beautiful line of Holiday Novelties. In
RATTAN, FANCY AND PLDSH
CHAIRS AND ROCKERS
We show a range of specialties which baffles description. Reception Chairs.Rook
ers, Corner Chairs, Easy Chairs, Work Tables, Work Baskets, etc., are here
in all the daintienss and elegance that art can lend to them, and in
such profusion that the only trouble will be in selection.
We desire calling especial attention to our
ONYX CABINETS AND TABLES.
The Marble used is the finest Mexican Onyx, and the Standards are the very best
quality of Brass, highly polished and lacquered.
We show many specialties in Ladies' Writing Desks and Secretaries, Combination
Furniture, Book Cases, Sideboards.etc. All purchased for the holiday trade.
To particularize further is unnecessary. We would simply add that we're
making a big bid for Trade, and if Fine Goods, Moderate Prices and Endless va
riety count for anything, we ought to have it, as no finer stock can be found in
this State. OPEN EVENINGS.
HILL & CONNELL,
131 and 133 Washington Avenue.