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TETE SCUANTON TRIBUNE -MON DAY MOlTNINt. If EBB UAH'S 5. !Sft4.
LIVE NEWS OF
TnK Scrantox TninuNK's Pittston ile
punmotit is in olinrKt' of J. M. Fully, 10
Whom news items BM complaints my be
AN EXCITING POLO MATCH.
Hookies Def-ftt tho W.st Sid Tram Aft
er a Hard Struvule.
One of the most stubborn and hotly
?ontt'trd game of polo eter fonfh( Ip
.his leotloi tui)!; place at the Wyoming
rkatintf rink Saturday evenins notwtnn
onms roprfxtMitini; t!n Hlui'k l)inmml
":lmk ind Ladder oootpes and Weal
Pittaton Hose ooauaay, from tbl
place, 'I'm' fact of tin" 'atnt beltlg mi
Interesting one when properly played,
oaoeed renewed lntereet, and h n re
sult the rink wis crowded it few min
uti' after tiu door bein;; thrown open.
Tint the tiiHiiv peaTI wliioh hTe
rolled by since the roller kU itiiu eruz
was nt i;s height did not lesson the
skill dltpUyed by the ikaten Id former
m:s wai apparent tojetery on, The
game started noon after S o'clock and
tatted exactly one hour and tuirty
minutes, roenlting in a victory for the
"Hoohiea" by score of 3 to 0.
The result w.is received with great
appl tola and the victors are correspond
THINGS OBsfcHVEO AN." NOTED.
Viewed from : dmaterested stand
point, thitif; politically are pretty well
mi x-1 iv. so r ss ttie routing looal i
election is concerned Caargea and
eOQnter Obarirea are freely mate by tin I
represent ttiv-.' of the several partita
Jus; what Ihe reenlt of th-'so charges
will be It hard to foretejl Boaat have I
one so fr as t luve I atari ed iu au
out of towu p iper a statement to the i
effect that a certain active worker in
the Reform ranks once upm a tune
opened an envelope belonging to a i
plloaan and abatraottd i portion of the I
S contained therein The Individual I
to whom t!i charge la direetadi atakta
no denial &s u well taoaru during
po'i'.ical ti.u-'s ta.ich abn is to hi ex
pec tad,' auJ be :.ie eandi late good, bad
or indifferent, he generally, is m d the
t.iret forsucU abuse. Personal abuse,
howev r. It to be deplored aui ahonld
be discontinued, f r l'. is neither edify
ing or honorablu so far as deceut peo
ple are Concerned. L.ke the boome
rang, In ulna :im 001 of eeery to, it
generally recoils with fir s;re.tet force
aud with tnucfi mire disastrous re
salts tho.'e parsuiti suca despicable
uietiiods. T:;e present tigli: is ou cal
culated to improve th interests of the
town, not a pereoaal issus b-jtween the
pttaatal candidates. Therefore have
Lonis L Downing, of th- Wit Side,
contributed the follow-rig pretty
verses, nad'T the caption. "Mother,"
to yesterday's WiUet-Barre Leader:
lhar's a tombstoie ov-r yoader, in the
churchyard on the hill,
Thet I think an awful sijiit of an' am sure
I ever wi 1.
It'amt lohigaa somearinni it, nor it
dida't cost a iigtit.
But mv th'Uts tara ever to it. an' ee-
oecially so at nihc.
It's ben thai a i thaac many years an' it's
leanin' toward tun jrouai
An' it', almost to tight amid the bijer
But fer ail it's modest ahowia' 'lonxsile of
It's dearer far than all the rec fer by it
sleeps my mother.
Ef yafj hed a m tth-?r. boys, that's as kind
and good as tier,
A'.Iess thinkin' o' yonr good as o' mine she
A speakin' gen-ly to yoo, when you ben
And kind o' mothenn' of it down when
she talks it o'er with dad.
I say. thet e( your mother it ez good to
you as mine,
Lovj her whiie she's liTin' yet; respect an'
treat her kind.
Fer the t:m- is san-iy comin', just as sure
as sore kin be,
When tbar II be a new stone somewhar'
an' yon'li think the same as me.
Mr. Downing, altluMgha v-ry yoang
man. is a cl-iVr vsrsi ' writer, an l
many of his c .laipositiona find their
way into the co.ninna of tne metropjl
Candidates for state delegate to the
ft publican state convsntion are be
ginning to pop noon the West Side
Among tnose prominently m-ntioned
are, E A. Oofty, jr., an Justice of
the Peace James li E ir't. Kre the
time rMI around a lively conflict is
prophesied. In the evnt of eithir con
testant beinz elcf.d, th district will
be well represented.
Certain indivi-flaeU who evidently
have not taken tne trouble to acquaint
themselv-a on the law governing the
qualification of candidates for offi-tc,
have become imbued with the hallucin
ation that James Kennedy, of the
BaoOnd district of the Suth ward, who
is a candidal for councilman, is not
qnalified. The contention is based on
tne fact of Mr. Kennedy having re
moved fr'.m the state some two years
ago an l located in an dher atat-i. Ad
mitting all this, th fact of Mr. Ken
nedy having returned and tako'i Bp bit
residence here last July brings Ufll
witniu the pale of the law governing
inch cases, for it specifically sets forth
that for a voter to regsin his residence
requires but a six months' rssid -ne in
That the art of photography is keep
ing anacs with the art an I tOltMt of
the times is fully illnatratxd by the
many specimen, of work which are to
re seen at nvery photograph studio, not
alone in Pittston, but in every city as
well. The high standard of the work
which is at preterit tieing turned out
by our local photoirriphers is evi
lencd by the large business they ate
doing and bespeak volumes for tha op
Evsnts of Two Days NarraWd In Telling
Tomorrow evening Rarry iu "The
Hising Generation" will bo the attrac
tion nt .Music hall. The diagram
opened Saturday morning and met
witn a In hi n lvance sale.
The following persons from this
vicinity hav been drawn to s-rve an
jurors to report March li: Pittston
township. P. J. Kord, hotel : Pittston,
Martin Holltraa, hotel-. U T. Smiles,
tnginttri Thomas OT.iien, clerk;
Lawn, Anthony Brown, miner; Avoca,
Jaiues Murd ick, miner; Michael Cal
fey, hotel; Jenkins, P. Durkiu, miner
Mrs. F,:len Uougher, of Market
street, who has been a sufferer for
wars from p iralysis, died Saturday.
District D'puty (Iraud liegeut ,l icob
Prong will install i lUceis-eloot of Pitts
ton council, No I8i Royal Aroauuui,
this evening at 0. Members will
Shaf tt No, B tod li. Barnun and
Old Forge, of ttie Pannavlvania Coal
company, will resume work this inorn
Ior and ill othtra will bo idl.
Dr. Parkt will deliver an address no-
fort the iiiintsten.il molting at Iht
Young Men'rt lliristian association
rooms this morning at II a.m. The
addraaa will bo of the nature of a talk
on his fifty )eara' rxperitnot In tho
ministry 01 Pit ston.
A PLT1Y SWINOIER.
HR!atsA Tale of Wo and IttUttt
fBttlaltt Mtovvaataa SfWbaaa
Ol D FOI ttl', l'a., 1'Vb I A stranger
called Qpon J. I WilliMUt, the well
known and popular proprietor of the
Peni pert net Home at Rendhant, Wtdl
dratted and suave lie unfolded a
t lit that made the tender heart of the
philanthropic John D Williams throb.
Ht said, with tho tears welling up in
eyes, that he had only just joined tile
tirm of Jones Broa., and coming trom
Taylor with the team and wagon he
was mn Into by a beer wagon, which
took off out wheel and two springs. It
Wonld coat him 11" oenta, he sai l, to tel
egraph to Wllktt-Btrrt. When be
called John D. Willlami was Inking a
si 'st i. aud hit good ladj asked him
is your business particular rht r iply
Oame, "Yes, if 1 oould ouly s-e him for
two minutes all would le well " Tme,
good and honest J. IV Williams was
relieved of 83 oenta i liokly by a stiark
who had bitntrto lofi Randhnn alone
Moral When you hnsbinds feel
drowsy, lot your wives hold the reins,
tiud less trouble will ensue.
MR BXtlGHINQ PARTY.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V Fsdten Entertain a
N'imbsr ef Friends,
.pecitii ti the HttmaftW Triiua '.
PbiOSBURO, l'a, Feb. 4 Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Padden entertained a sleigh
load of young people from Archbald ou
Friday night. Sapper was served by
th- hostess iu her usual kind manner,
after which sougs aud other amuse
ments were Indulged In until a season
aide hour, wneu they all departed for
The uuests were well pleased with
their er joyable sleighri le
EASY ROAD TO KNOWLEDGE.
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Day May Purchase a Whol Library.
The poor man or woman should
understand that the edition of the En
cyclopedia Bntanmca which we are
offering is an excellent work, and is au
exact reproduction of the original
Edinburgh edition, and that it is of
fered tt the exceedingly favorable
terms of only 10 cent per day. Thla
it so low that almost any person may
procure the work, which is, in fact, an
entire library within itself. But one
condition is imposed upon the pur
cu iser, and that is that he shall be a
subscriber for The Tribusb
A good idea of the completeness of
the encyclopedia may be obtained from
the followiug recital of it salient fea
ture: Twenty-five large quarto volumes
comprise tne set It numbers a total
of over 2'J OoO pages, or an avenge of
slmost 1,000 pages to each volume.
Tnere are 16,464 articles, each averag
ing in lengtu one and one-fourth pagtt.
An average of 112 specially written
and signed artic.es are found in each
volume, a total of I -IM Four fifths of
the entir-f work consists of 16,859 pagH
of articles prepare 1 oy person special lv
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spirar.e illustrations are to be fonnl
embodied in tho work. 888 engraved
plates, besides 071 maps and plans, in
Blading 88T colored maps, making a
grand total of nearly 10,000 lllustri-
Ali of this vast amount of informa
tion is brought up to date and is the
only form in which such an linmensa
amount of knowledge is presintel to
the public at such a low price and at
such ridiculous reasonable termt.
Uerambar this offer cannot run in
dfiaitly. In fact it must soon las
withdrawn having run lo iger than was
at first anticipated. Oft your sot from
th front of th hos'i
Kou truss. BOALDi, BftVttH and all
pNin mid soreness of Mix Rtth, the grnnd
bousehold remedy Is Dr. Thomas' Eoloctric
Oil. Be suro you got Iht genuine.
The Nw Tlench'e RuiQuah sire,
forest OU Km, nk t.
Grant Berriu is tho name of the new
Internal revenue collector fur this district.
Th mrller symptoms of dyspepsia, such
ss distress after eating, heartburn, and
rotational btadaobet, siiouid nut bn no-jit-dad.
Take Jluod'u Hursaparilla and bo
HooJ's Pills are the best family cathartic
tnd liver medicine. Harmless, rtdiabla,
Wlien Ttnliy was si elf, we (tare her Pastori.
When she was a (tlilld, Rhu cried for ( 'astorla,
When she ls:ame Miss, she clune, to ( 'iwtorta.
V huuJie Lad Cuildreu, she gave them Castorla,
A Prominent New York Man
Dies in Sight of Food.
WHY COULD THIS BE SO
It Is Clearly Explained, and the Fear
ful P mil i 1 Mi: Is Hanging
Over Other People Fully
"Thousands of men and women in
New York and throughout tha laud art
ttarving altuougb they nave plenty of
money to buy mo btttQ 10001
Tbtlt startling words were recently
Ottered by prominent physician,
tvbott retidence, titnatod Inont of tht
best parts of Fifth avenue, is daily
thronged with fatblOUtblt p ith nls lie
made the above rem ii'.il)le st ileiiisui
to a reporter lit tho coins of nil inter
"I lay," be OOntinued, that they are
starving to deatn -tlowly, bot tartly,
Hut the p ty of it is that few of them
realize it, llott of them eat plenty of
food, often lle in luxury, but still they
remain thin and euiaolattd, appear to
be consumptive. Yhy is it. 00 yOU
ask I It is simply because tht food they
eat does them no good, Tbtlt lyatODH
do not iissiinilat it, or extract the pro
per amount of uonrlauinent from it.
Ni wonder they grow woth, p ile, thin
and puny. In plain Buglltu, thoy are
tarviug to death exactly at if the,'
were up In a dung ion and given only
halt the amount of food tbey need.
Nine out Of overv ten people you meet
are suffering from th most terrible ill
teaaeof modtrn tnui-s, that It, indiges
tion ami the inability to assimilate the
food which la eaten 1 know a promi
nent man who died recently from just
tins cause. "
"What do you advlae tnoh people to
do, doctor 1" the reporter asked.
"I will tell you what they ought to
do and What they ought not to do.
What people need in a ileih former.
Scientific investigators have proved
that a pure starch fool is the only
tl-sli-fonuer which builds up the sys
tem aud is instantly assimilated by
weakened digestive org urn. 1'aUing
advantage of this tact one of the great
est tolouttata tho world bat oval known
devoted a lifetime to experiment and
research. He at last obtained a true
fUfth-forming food, tho essence of
nonriahmeut, a pure starch food. It
is known as Patkola, . 1
"This wonderful preparation is taken
during tht meals just as it is put up
Its immediate elf ot is to enter the sys
tem, directly assimilate aud enable the
food that la eaten to be likewise digest
ed. Tne result is the extraction of
every particle ot of nourishment from
the food eaten, added to that imp irted
by Patkola Unlike tho ood-liver oil
emulsions and other rancid, fatty mix
tures it can b" enjoyed by people who
hav- the weakest stomachs."
'Youdon't approve of fats, then, doc -
"By no meant, Their nie for gain
ing flesh and strength is a relic of bar
birjsin They give neither strength,
flesh nor warmth. Millions of thin,
p il, consumptive persons remember
the delusive hopes of recovery th-y
were led to indulge in by the advertise
ments of these fat and oil compounds
or emulsions, and how their hopee faded
into bitter dissppolntment. How can
anyone expect to get well and strong
by taking nauseating, sickening doses
of oils and faU'.'
"I will ball you another remarkable
thing about Paskola, "remarked the
physician. "It is artificially digested,
so that it is absorbed at once, it re
quires no dijesting when it enters the
stomach. In this way Paskola imparts
strength to the wtak, and makes thin,
fragile persons plump and robust.
Tnere never has been anything riike it
for promptly relieving exhaustion and
tir-d feeluu. People who take Pas
kola are advised to weigh themtslvel
when they commence taking it, and ob
serve the wonderful effect produced af
tor a short time. Thoy will find their
weight hss greatly increased end their
general health jTaatly improved. The
progress of science is Indeed wonder
ful, and in no way have I been so im
pressed with this fact a by this groat
discovery, Paskola, which is certainly
the grandest thing for weak, thin, de
biliated people that was ever brought
ont. I urge overyono who needs heal
thy flesh, more tumid vigor and
strength, to try Patkola, and they will
be astonished and gratified at its won
derful effect upon them
A pain i inlet giving full particular"
respecting Paskola will bs sent on up.
plication ta the Pro-digested Food (Jo.,
IfiH Moan St, New York City.
Beecham'a pills arc fa
tilioumess, bilious headat he,
dyspepsia, heartburn, 'torii'l
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, Idtsofappe
U'te, sallow skin, wlv n caused
hy constipation; and consti
pation is the most frequent
bause of all of them.
Hook free ; pills 25c. At
drugstoft s,or write'B.K Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New Jfork.
THE GEM COUPON. THE MOST
. UNIQUE OF ALL.
A Trip Throrigh the Colum
72 leiivcs, printed on one Hiilc
only. Shotting till the pl&oesof
Interest on main grounds and
Midway Plaimnoei Bice, 5x7.
BmboBBed paper oover or full
t: Two Coupons and 25 CENTS takes
mbossa 1 cover.
Two Coupons and 40 CENTS takes
Add 4 cunts for postiiicu If ordered by until.
The Soranton Tribune.
10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 A.M.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Oaetorla la ir. Bamael Plteher'a prescription lor infantH
and Ohildren, It contains neither opium, Biorphiii nor
other Narcotic substance, li is a harmless substitute
for Pareffoiiei Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. guarantee Is thirty years' nse ly
MlUlons of Mothers. Coator la destroys Worms and allays
ftoverlshness. Oastorla prevents vomi' . Hour Curd,
euros Diarrhoea and wind Colic, Gastorla ipiiv;s
teething trouhlosi euros constipation ami flatulency
Oastorla asslmllatte tii food, regulates the stomach
ami bowolSs li'viuB healthy and natural aleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panaceathe Mother's Friend
M Oaetorla laaaexoi Uenl i Ildae fr enlt'
iiri-ii. Koibers have rapeatfdlr told roe ot Iti
good affoot upon ibetr oulldreo."
Da, U. (!. tlHiionn,
Oaetorla n ti"' beat lemedr for children nf
vatota I mn acquainted. Ihopetheil rlsnot
far distanl wbeamotherawilloomuvtur tho real
Interest ,f their children, and u' Oaatorla i
stcad uf theartouaquaek nostruma which are
dtetrarlas their loved onto, by foroing opium,
rphloe, soothing syrup i"i other hurtful
ORi'iit ilnwii tln ir throats, thereby MBdlB
h. iu u premature uruvoe."
Da, J. V. KlNrliKLos,
" Oaatorla Is eo well adapted to i iiiHrn thnt
i raoonuneod it aaauperiortoauf preeBrhpeloaj
knuwn to me."
H. a. Aaoaaa, m. d.,
Ill Bo. Oxfnrcl St., Ilrwlilyu, R, V.
" Our physii'liUM In lint i-lnlilmi's dejiart
neat bare spoken inhiy of (heir xi-i
BB00 III t Ix-lr niltslilr luviulii-il Blpi l'a:.ti,i in,
unit ultliiincli wu only bivo m ; our
iiii-iiii-.il : i ' i i . ( what li known us rofulai
,mhIiii;Ih, yi-t '.viuru In-n t OOHtiei that Om
nerita f Oaetorla ima woo us to wk whl
fuvur Upon II."
Umtku HoaetiAL n.i Dtsvawaaav,
ai.lkn c Barn, .,
Thousands Bemnantn Of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Pat Capes daring
Bale at less than cost of uiateriat
Every inch oi eounter l oom covered with the greatest bargains ever
LadleVFelt Hsta, this ssston's styles iou. each.
Gtoyii Winter Wl.u 0e eaob,
U"HCH $1. 50 each.
HOSlliliY, UNUKKWKAIl AN'U NOTIONS AT QUABTEit OF VALUE,
COMB, IT WILL J'A V Yor.
Great Clearing Sale.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
Tlic Contunr Coinpiiny. 11 Murruy H-trcrt, New York City.
Mercereau & Connell
aoT LACKAWANN v .v l'13NUU
and I4inc Jewelry, Leather Goods,
Clocks, Bronzes, Onyx Tables,
Shell Goods, Table and Ban
quet Lamps, Choicest Bric-a-
Brac, Sterling- Silver Novelties.
Ice .'. Skates,
All Prices and all Sizes.
513 LACKAWANNA AVE.
KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT FOR
SbWhK PIPES, FLUE LININGS.
Office, 813 West Lacka
Quarries and Works,
Atlantic Refining Co.
HeMfaotnrefa nn'i Dealers in
Illuminating and Lubricating
Llnaasd Oil, Nspthsi and iw
lines nf nil (im'Iom AxU Qreaae,
I'inion Orniso mill Collinry Cum
pound . slao, a large lino of PSt
raffloe vx Isodiss
w nlmi liaiiu the Panotu CR0W,
ACME oil, tiin only family aafety
l.iMhin ml in tlm mnrki'l.
WILIIAM MASON, Mnnngir.
Qffleei '''ii Exchange, Wyoetlos Ae,
v orhn nt Pine Bfeefc
IS THE BIST. Ont prlcoe and
sen tha 1 ti rmico mid bn con
viiirnil. A full linn of BEAT
BBS, Aiijiollo end (lati.o Door
For purity, nnil forlmprovpincntof Hip com
plexion, poibiftf eiuilH Pozxoni's l'owdur.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
MOO IC POWDER CO
AND DEALERS IN
BURNING and All C
Atlantic Lead nmi Freneb Ebra
I'm Lntl)MI oil.
Turpentine and Varalshsa
Komly-inlxoil Paints 111 nil OOlorSj
I'BriB White and Ralsomlna
Oil' Itiol, Miillllo
Dust nml Wlmloiv aim
dooms 1 and 2 Commonweaitti M
MINING ttnd BLASTING
Made at tin MOOSIC nn.i BUSH'
Ijiilllin A Hau l l'ovilir Co 's
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Blectrlti Dattnrtei, ftuu for azpioi'
inK iit. Safe) Pueeand
KrpBiinoClirniu al C,'s High BsplOJiVSI
William : Sissenberger
tppoiits 1'iiptist Ob,ttrob,
Is replete with fine and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounges for the Holiday
Trade. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets, Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Re-upholstered
in a Substantial manner.
Will be as good as new.
M a' V?:!-
Z"? 1 1 - i
i rir mm b p I m
9 -. -If
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as a Souvenir of the Fair.
QUITE BAST WHEN Vol KNOW HOW
$800 IN PRIZKS Will. BK DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOING TUt:
PUZZLE IN rHESHORTKSl SPACE OI TIME
FOR SALE BT ALL NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS AND AT TOT
SI'ORBS, oil SENT TO ANT ADDRESS I PO. KECtlPI ol
PRICE, 90 CENTS, BT
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.
Ita AND 111 SOUTH ECTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MD
i ; ? Pen n Avenue,
i MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 15
A CHANCE to buy at your own price
Hardware, Saws. Hammers. Tinware,
Lamps, Hpsiery, Gloves. Notions, Fancy
and Other Goods.
Sign Keel Flag.
. ,. w i ra y
0 T ' RESTORE
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N.-w rtn,-.ii,-l Wii r,Y .it crln ; '.- l So i with URITTFN
ylCAXAM Kt .. .v. x?.v. - r.'- te, Uc eel ryew swasieee,
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j.Mnjilte, ftf tassa,at.lipet k J vislt.eli ReslecSli Wiit m
eriifi ii- wiitin turnnti'f irf-ic cr tt'uc the mou. Ai .-
TKM. KOKQIB 00.. CHlMt, Okl,
For aii by john ti. PUBLPS, Ekariae.cUt oor. Wyoming Aea. aad ByructSte,
3lj Mme. tejeb s Te.s ItejioiT.Ieaof BnUnPeeetwl
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I Mnl,. i .1. NklitlT Rmlssloni Nrr-.ii.ni'M.iiUilrlnnn.ll. wscl row"
iirUTeOnintoielUipr k pui.i b? Qrerrxertttw. iiliniii J"
nlrsi s . tot scee, i'tnn nrstlesalaais vhMaleee t.' Inermlty.vjy
iMien or InksnltT. Can hi tried Ir rest pe el SI per bos reraNSj
A. em ...... ..... s., i n .ir,,.-.-i.i. ai-i i.t it. i
eiFOK AND AFTER llSllfi uoeuer. aaiirws SiMf ikute., staseafi fimt, cStMSe HA
FirS:1i in SOTStton. Pa . by II. C. SAXDKHSON. .Drtfist, cor WaahlnCtOI
nil) Bdtuoo atTMta,
Wc have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Priecs
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
MT. PLKASAN r
AT li! PAH
owio tii" eeal naallV fer dotntetlo oaaM4
rr sii sif i-s. SNiTerea m imr i"""' el tu city
t loweel price,
Order loft nt mv ofll.'o.
Mi. its. WYOMING ATS HOB,
Raar raerik Brei loor, WriM National Bank,
or nont by mail or tslepboaeto tho utaei nu
reeetee prompt atteatfotfi ....
Bncold eonfattete will be msoerac tho sale
anddeltven oi Bockwbeal Ooel
WM. T. SMITH.
Ktirornvin I'Iah Kirrt-clsas Hnr Bttnohed.
), lH)i for lioigiior e) Knuvl's Tnnhiuusor
H, E, Cor. tlitli end Heft hhfo
Most deeifabl for riisiilonts of s r. r.o.n;
ryhnuiA. All QOttTealeneee tor trsvolers
L) and triMii Brond Street m . : nnd the
Twelftb "it Msrkot Strot ntAtlon. lw
kirable for rMtlnx Hamr,toiii.iiis ud POJ
Tl in tho Anthrsolto Keiclou.
T. J. VICTORY,