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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY (. 1694.
NEWSY DUN MORE SAYINGS.
Crisp and Spicy N-ws Served In ft De
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Dcnmore, Feb, 5. The scenes enact
ed at the "oorners" Sunday evening
were disgraceful enough to briujf a
blush of ahuuiii to the cheek of the
most disinterested citizen, no matter
how deeply the question of Sabbath ob
eerTanoe aff.eted him. Any stranger
p.ieeing through that seotion of town
would come to tho conclusion that no
suihlnnoe of law or order existed.
The creators of the disturbance were
eight or ten younic men whose winters
passed numbered about sixteen
Every time n sleigh load of grangers
came through the street they
were greeted by a chorus of ear
splitting yells loud enough to be
heard for Hooks. Not being autisfleil
with the nmse of their months severs!
pucks of lire crackers were proeurml
and shot off In the middle of the street.
Their hilarity lasted for fully an hour,
dating the time people were on their
way to church. The uames of those
rowdies can be easily procured and the
police should make an example of
them. At bis been mentioned before
in these aolumne. there is not enough
police to keep order and council should
not neglect increasing it.
The Young Ladies' Missionary 10
ciety will hold their tron ami 0k
social at the nun on Frid ly after
noon from 9 until 5 o'clock. Anyone
wishing to secure fresh cakes for Sun
day or wish to replenish their stock of
common or ftuo aprons can do so by
attending this social, where a selection
elaborate enough to suit the taste of
the most fastidious housewife will be
offered for e.ile at very low prices.
Miss Nellie Kuight.of West Plttston,
spent Sunday with relatives ut this
Mrs G. W. E Allen is confined to
her home by illness.
The fear In winch the Democrats
hold the Kopnbltosn or Peoples kioket
that isin the find this year is fullv
demonstrated by the in lasemsnts they
are offering opposing osndidstss to be
tray their party. The much ooreted
office of borongh solicitor of wbiob
they own one-half is the latest prize
tby hive concluded to sacrifice to the
political whirlpool. A committee of
four approached a candidate for
prominent office the other day aud
without any preamble told him the
office of borough solicitor was at the
disposal of one of his relatives if he
would only withdraw and labor for
them. Needless to say, the off-r wis
spurned Instantly. It is for tins office
that the Democrats have put a spragae
in the wheel of borough progress dur
ing the p 1st year apd neglected busi
ness that should have been attended
to. The vote has stood 3 to 3 all year,
and every proposition to do any busi
ness was promptly sqnelched by the
Democratic committeemen boiuse the
Republicans would not surrender to
them. At last, this much prized office
they bare promised to relinquish all
claim to in order to save their tottering
Mrs Bnekalew who has been visitins
Mrs, M Cnamberlin, returned to her
home ut White Haven last week.
The Epworth learns of the Methodist
Episcopal church will hold their regu
lar monthly meeting 'in the lecturj
room tonight The usual musical and
literary programme will be rendered.
The League's monthly gatherings are
always of the most enjoyable kind and
a pleasant evening is anticipated.
Th "Assembly" is thinning favor
ably of holding its social on Feb. 22.
instead of the 34th as was stated in
There will be a meeting of the men
of the Presbyterian church held at the
church parlors on Thursday evening
for the purpose of making arrange
ments to hold a social during the fir.t
week of March. It will be for the pur
pose of comm 'tuorating the freeiug
from debt of the church aud will be a
fitting occasion to welcome the new
members who will join the church on
next communion Sunday. It is re
quested ".oat all gentlemen belonging
to the church will be present and lend
The young child of Preston Smith, of
Sport Hill, died Sunday night. Fu ieral
services will be held today.
The attendance at the Methodist
church Sunday school was 330 on Sun -day
Mrs. A. M Holvey, of West Pitrston,
will lecture at the 0 Id Fellows' hill
under the auspices of the Loyal Lsgion
on Wednesday evening, Admission
Druggist Lndwig received some se
vere cuts yestsrday, the result of a fall
on the ice.
The nimrods of this place have been
hnnting bar on the Moosic mountain
during thi past few days Bruin was
seen by one of the emploves at Gipsy
Grove, who sounded the alarm. They
are still following him.
FROM FOREST CITY.
Granting- the Rii.way Franchlie, Per
sonal and Ohr Intoreaiintr Topics.
Sveria' to the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa., Feb. 5 Dr and
Mrs. 0 E Taylor and son Claude,
spent Sunday with Jermyn relatives
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Maxey
Saturday, a danghtr
Superintendent William Walker, of
Jermyn, epnt today with friends in
Mrs. Thomas Reynolds, of Clifford,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
danghtsr, Mrs. Thomas Dtvies.
The Hillside colleries in this place
will be idle until Thnrs lay, Feb. 8, and
then work three and three-fourths days
for the week.
Mis Cora B Evans, of Gibion, re
turned horn- yesterday after spending
a month with hr sister-", Mrs. Uoij i
min Msxey and Mrs. J. L Wustgate.
The borough fathers will meet to
night to decide the question of grant
ing a franchise to the Railway Exten
Mrs. John Connollv, of Starrnccs, 1
visiting at the home of F.Cnnuinghain,
sr., on Main street.
MISS TASSHOLD'S PARTY.
ENJOYABLE BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Mr. William Bryrten, of K.n-nt City,
Surprised by Numtrons Friends.
Slwcial to the Scranton Tribune.
Forkst City, Pa , Feb, 5. The many
friends of the Delaware and Hudson
mine foreman at Vandling, William
Brydsn, sr.. paid him a very pleasant
surprise Saturday evening in the shape
of a birthday party in honor of his 51) h
birthday. The party first gathered at
the home of George Tovey to the tiuin
her of 150, and then proceeded In a
body to ti" bonis of their intended
visit, first making their presence known
by their singing iu front of the resi
dence. (Quickly the whole house was open to
the party and theu congratulations
were iu order. The Forest t'nv trass
band soon made its sppsaranoe and
strains of BWOat music were wsfted to
and fro through the air to make .he
occasion as "merry as a marriage bell,
Riohard Jones, in a few appropriate
remarks, presented Mr Bryden with a
gold watch aud Obaiu ax u sllirlit lolion
of esteem in whicu he is held by the
residents of Vandling Mr. Bryden
resp"iided in a pleasant manner, mid
was glad to learn that ilia friends were
so numerous AlUOOg the other valu
able presents Mr Bryden received
were a toilet set, smoking set, and a
silver nut set.
Later in the srsning a bounteous
supper was ssrveil.
After wishing Mr. Bryden many
more pleasant birthdays, the company
il parted abont il 80, .11 having spent a
vry enjoyable and an evening long to
OLD FORGE GOSSIP.
Intsrestlnir Newa N itea Dished Up for
Svccial to the Scranlon Tribune.
Old FoituK, Pa., Fo . 8 William
Qlossengsr's fnueral took place in
Wayne county on Friday Ut, and was
.'tended bv some of our citizens, to
whom he was well known ll was
m at hospitable man and those who
were wont to go hunting in that part
were always mil welcoms to his
loine, Ho mil a charming and de
lightful h st and will be mnoh,missed.
The Silver Luk qnartstts condnsted
thes-rvics at the Brick church on
Sunday evening to the complete satis
faction of the crowded congregation.
The following registere 1 to 1 iy at
the Old Forg-t hotel, E J Fallon, pro
prietor: Peter Oorssllos, Milwanki",
Pa. ; Johu Outencamp and Jo in Ward.
Wayne county; James S. Willtami,
Pike county; j icob Cloes, Forest (.'as
tls. George Cavill made a business trip to
Sorsntoo to iav.
Mr. Van Horn has completed his
contract for laying th- witer main
along Sibley road p ist the White patch.
T e Importance of keeping the liver nnd
kidneys iu good condition cannot be
overestimated. Hood's Barsaparilla is a
great remedy for regulating aud invigora
ting these organs.
Hood's PilU act easily, yet promptly
and effectively, on the liver au I bowels.
MINOOKA IT MS.
Brief Notes of News from Ecranton's
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Min'ooka, Pa, Feb. 5. Miss Lizzie
Murphv, of Taylor, is visiting friends
Miss Kate Cusick, of Main street,vis
ited Taylor friends on Sunday
Greenwood mines are idle today.
M. J. Gavin, of Sliarpsville, Pa , who
is visitint friends in this place, will re
Thomas ijuigly, of Plainsville, with
his wife, was thrown out of their cut-
' ter last night whil-i driving along
Main street in front of P II Lliga-ins'
grocery store, bat lu-ikily neither was
Some of the boys got into an empty
hcuse on Main street yesterday and put
ud papers and bottles and candv boxss
making it appear as if it were a new,
William Riley, the famous pedes
trian, who has visited many climes,
has made his appearance in this place
Misses Schuer and Upra, of Soath
Scranton attended the pirty at. the
home of Miss Mary Tasshold on Main
street Friday evening.
For Burns, Scalds, Bkuisks and all
pain and Koreness of tu-- : - .i. the grand
household remedy is lr. 1 nomas r.olecr.ric
Oil. Be sure you get the genuine
A SURPRISE PARTY.
Pricabura Knighte of the Qiidsn Eagla
Visit Their Brethren.
ferial to the Hrranton Tribune.
Old Foroe, Feb. 5 Old Forge
Castle No. 339, Knights of the Golden
Eagle, received a surprise party on
Saturday night, consisting of their
brethren, J. M. Wesley Castle .S4H,
from Pricebnrg. A most enjoyable
evening was passed.
Refreshments were passed around,
and songs, recitations and speeches
were the order of t IS day, many of
the brethren distinguishing themselves
in their several pirts.
A Number of Young Quests Entertained
at Her Home.
Sjtrrial to the .'.Oicmfou Tribune.
Minooka. Pa., Feb. 5 Miss Mary
Tasshold, of Greenwood, tendered a
party to her friend Friday evening at
her home on Main street in honor ol
her eighteenth birthday. All the young
ladies appeared in brilliant eostnraes,
the reigning hello being attired in blue
Dancing was indulged in until the
wee small hours of the morning when
all left for their homes wishing their
hospitable young hostess many such
When Daliy was sick, we Rave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she liecanie Miss, she clunir to Castoria.
Whw she had Children, she gave tbeiu Castoria,
A SCIENTIFC ESCAPE
Bcccham's pills arc fo,
uiliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Book free; pills 25c. At
drugstores,or write B.F.Allen
Co., 365 Canal St., New York.
THE GEM COUPON. THE MOST
UNIQUE OP ALL.
k Trip Through (he Colum
72 leaves, printed on one Hide
only. Mliowunjr nil the places of
Interetl on main grounds nnd
Midway Plaisanee. Size, r7.
Bmbosied paper cover or full
T wo C iupnns and 25 CENTS takes
Two Coupons and 40 CENTS takes
Add ! cents fur postniro If ordered by mnil.
The Scranton Tribune.
Closing out the bal
ance of our
at following prices:
RossIm Lyni Qroatov Ospm, -t InetMe. $t.m
Bleotrio Sual Qlronlw Ospe M i Mi
Aitrakbiti. Olronlsr ci"t. I" Ml
Wool h' Oirealsr Cp 4 In U.M
Stone Murt'ii Ulroolsr Cspee, M l i.tiii
Urouii .MsrU-u 1 ncuU Cui'i'H, in 4.1.01
Cttor Circulur OS.Mii -4 in 'M-M
Hoi Bseques, ;w inc. m long 1180.00
Hwil .InckolH, ft inclies MfcOO
eal Jsokete, '4 laobes ionic i"-'
AKirukiiiiu Jaokuti. iii inobes loiw ii.W
Seal Olronlsr Ospe. 80 Inobes long, wltbj
Butterfly Onpe $5.no
Otter Olronlsr Ospe, 80 inobse lona,wltta
Bntterfljr Cspe iofl.no
Bnble Oironler Onpe, 801 ones Iihik ss oo
Astrskhsn circular Ospe. 111 Inohee Imk SI w
1 lootrlo Seal Circular Onpe. 80 in. Ioiil'.. N 00
(ir.iy Orinuner OlroaUrCspei 'W in long 00 uo
In ilc.cii American H. al Mull' at. ...Si -fl rch
l lot lebililren's sets at Wo. eseb
1 lot of .sleigh Bobee, plu.li lined W esob
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
11 CLEARING Si
10 Diys, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 A.M.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods, Cloaks and Par Capes daring
sale :il less lliiin cost f material.
Every iuch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt IIat, this season's stylos 103. eich
Hoys' Winter Wsiits 0o each'.
f,l.Dlr' 30c. each.
clok8 $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE
COME. IT WILL 1'AV YOU,
Great Clearing Sale.
138 Wyoming Ave.
The only Practical Farrier in the city.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Mitiiufui'tui'urs end Dealoru in
Illuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil. NapthM find (iuso
lines of all grades. Axlo Grease,
Pinion G reuse nml t'olliory Com
pound ; also, a large line ot Par
raftine Wax Candles,
We also handle tho Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, tho only fniiiily safety
burning oiljin the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
oftVo: Coel Exchange, Wyoming Avo.
urks ut lJino lrook.
IS THE BfST. Get prices and
lee the furnace and be con
vinced. A full line, of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gnuz9 Door
6 BONDS for SALE
Till: SCRANTON Axle Works
have issued s7f.no of 6 per
cent. Coupon Bonds, interest
payable semi annually .These bonds
are t run for ten years, from Xov.
1, 1893. Only a limited amount
are offered for sale to investors.
These bonds are lirsi mortgage on
the entire plant of the company,
and are issued for the Durpose of
enlarging the works. The bonds
are of the denominations of 11)000,
500 and li)o each, for further
S. B. MOTT, Financial Agt,
idiom 'J? nnil Commonwealth BulWff,
Kuiuposn I'lnn. PlrstolMS I'nr SttsOtieS,
pepot for r.i'iicnor A 1 iik1 Tsnnbinuaor
H. E, Cor, 15th end Filbert Pbllida.
Wont tlcRirablM for Itsldfntl of N K. rnn
tylvniiia All OonvciiwtlOM 1nivlors
t fttid from Broad Btreet ntatlnn nnd tbt)
Twuttta RQd Market BtTOet hUtiou. Lrc
tiruMe fr vintttiK BoTAUtonlaili anJ pao
tie lu tL Aiithraclto Hetou.
Ensossib it Tm Hiohiit Mioiot Autmositiis
HAVE YOU f ATA EtDLf
lNnAt.ru will our you. A
wfindi'rful btHin to RnlTtrori
from i Morn Thrunt,
irllA V I'EVEK. Afm.h
immediate relut. An pfrtpl,,nl
romeflT, ooiiTPnlont to rrT
In popknt, reiiftt to Tin on flrnt Inillcstlon of cold.
Contlnnrd Use ESfeetS IV,n,nrul Cure.
HatlHfftctlonsimrRntocnornionr.y rofundftd. Prlrr,
SO rim. Trlnl frn nt DnivgliiM. ItdirlaU'reil mull.
SO cents. B. D. CDSEMlIt, Mfr., Thrm Itiwri, ILcb., 0. J, i,
UPliTUfll Th" "urvHt nml safrnt rnmoilr for
Itltn I nUU ll kln dlosua. Kiwnis.ltch.HsIt
IlhPilniolcl lores, llurnd, enu. VoDderAil ron,
rdv for PI t.V.H. Prlcn.CS vt: nt prim- n mm
IIwteorhyniHll pn-pnld. AtMrowa aa nliuTn. DhLITi
For sula bv Muttliows Bros-.Morgau Uros.snd
Morgan A Co.
m:ui:it lltOI CO., in-'p. rnpitl. si.ono.ooo.
ItKsl fid HHOH IN tHU W(IKI.t).
"A iloltiir iae4 it ii dotfef suniel," v
ThUl.ixllrH' Hnllil French IoiiKi,IhKIi1 llut
ton Moot dstivtrsd free sftyivhsfe in ih u,4v.on
Mill ot I Isslli Money ord.Tr,
Postal Nto for 1 it,
KqriuU etevy wty iim boots
I In n'l rctidl ulnrr- for
tJ.W. p rniik" lhl 1'oot
oufselves, lusrefets wo M-ir-itttfss
tbe Jtot ttfU anS twor.
io. tl If nltyo;io In not '
vn win reluM lbs teooey
or rml nolhcr inlr. Opcrs
loo or 1 oniinon N'nnc,
widths ', i, B, SB,
h7vd 1 to mill hiilf
Iron. BSeoTtfeOf SIM.'
( III MM,
wast r f h i
MmW.V . X
JuU 'inf. ; V
mm i- - l m i'.:?
mm s i "vt.j.v
Dexter Shoe Co
1 HON TON. UASS.
Speclol t-rrn'. It iviAfflfl,
906 South Washington Avonuo,
Totrtrtotgr MS builder of Cnnerete ris;nin,
Concrcto Sfocks, I'oUt.i, tiuttrr unit Cost
Bins, Wot OeUsrs ijrio'i iii. OMeri nmy be
loft nt Tnompebo & Pra.t, Will u:iik & Oo
Main nil I SyOoO StJeetS, or at bcruutoo
Htovo W.jilt.. Alio Foiiti'latlons, lliiuroa,
Kmb Wlro Tunnels aud Collin l''laiuior
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELLCO.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE
Rooms 1 and 1 Commonwealth Mi
MINING and BLASTING
JlnUettlu .MOOSIC and RUSH
Lsfflln A: Knnil l'owiler Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batlerios, Tuso for exploJ
niR blasts, Safety Fuso and
RepaunoChcinical Co.'s High Explosives
IS THE BEST.
THE WESTON MILL CO,.
IsMHN k ajmniMi mwm li"-tjrrf-rwMsWfiiweswsswefrT-rTTi
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as n Souvenir of tlie Fair.
QUITE BAST WHKN TOD KNOW J!W
$300 IN l'IMZi:s WII.I, BK DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOING THE
PUZZLE IN I Hi: SHORTEST SPACE H TIMK
l'OH BALE BY ALL NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS AM) AT TOY
STORKS, OR BENT To ANY ADDRESS UPON KECEIPT OF
PRICE, 'jr CENTS, BY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO..
119 AND in SOUTH BUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MI).
En n R Pimples, Blotches
Ii I anfj oid $ore$ ,
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT p . .
and potassium Catarrh, malaria
in Blood Poison
s- p. p. p. pvirtltvthMbloo.l,haildsnp
AWMm t"'1 voiik Mil tiebilitati'tl, jtvos
mm' atronfrth to wfuk.'inM nerves, li
s- dijtpimpN.ijiTins; thw pitlonr health antl
m, pApplntM where iloki
mm ieellD(t end IamUthIo iirt prpvaihui.
m For primtrr.ifoondary nnd I
VPUOSt WWOOd ,Oiroiiiner. tOi K B"
si-- HsUpottoDi nftlerlA. m ao1
mmw f" Wl bit od nnd ikln i .
bioCente RejipiMt old ohroolc art.
mmttt pt rrnia went Mft wluoat fer of
" contradiction, tli it P P. P. U th
jfl ' blond iurfftr in thr wor
mmt posltlvo, spi'LHlS'andpermiinont curt'S
mi hadu wlii'-t iritemi M p
W" nnd whom' bloo i reeondl"
4fee- tlon, dnetomt u lrre.fnUrlilei
ti: ere peoullarlj benouti ; j r tl
0 . Srtletof.P v Prlokl Aih.Poko
m ppmrai ml d, tfo, A Lff t th, 1693
m9T ioan ipee In I he nig
4r""" ronrmeaiclne tron
m, . knowledge, i "! hbert
duei ie, ; . 1 i itleni I
M jraari, waa treated by !!'
mm nhv-u-ianH ana ppoiu hundreds of dol
fnfr. t ru l l poniedJ with-
oni finding relief, bar only ukan
Ona bpttlt 'f T.uirP. P. P., nnd OM
oneerniluf aa; t- urn doun neaore
inotl thrtn :w 't: i hive arartatefte
iota rttoininand your nedloina to nil
inflerari oi tba idoi diaeaaea,
MM, H, M. fBARTe
IpHofflaMi Qreen count. Mo.
and Kidney Troubles
Art' cnllrelj resMVeSI P.I'. P. '?
PricklT Ast .
slum, tb'o sreatt-st blood purifier on sW
Asfrpffs. O. . Jolr 21 . 1891. B1
MrsR. Uppman Bros., Psrannsn,
On : DkabSies 1 i ol ey
jniir P. P. P. al Hot prin. Ark. .and
It has ,1 DS me n r ooa ihnn three
month" trarmeniKt the Hoi Spnugs.
Mend three bottles C. O, U. - 1
Bespectfolly Tonra, mmm
JAS. M NEWTON,
Abcr.livn, Brotvu County, O. stT
, npl. J. I. Jotanaluu. k9
th eff wAoa U may confirm I her- r
brtoMitv i. thee ndertul properties
of P. P. P. lor eroptlons of iheeku. I ltrm
sufTero.i for soverel years with en en" "
slirhtly and dlstuureeable erui-tion on m
my laoe. I trlea eTerj known rente mm
dv but iu Tstn.untll V. P. P. was used, W
6lLOdby; i. 11. .KiHNSTON.
Mtvai.nah. Oft. 1 mmWe
SiUIn Cenecr t'liri'd. kV
Tttfimenproiuiht .);. ;.7X.
Bbquik, Tsx. , January il. i S
Mnssjts. urrxaK Bs - Ssvannsh, w
1 trlo.l your P. sp
T. P, (ora dtiesae of the skin, usually
known as kui rancor, of thirty xvnrs mtF
j'ur'tloa the blood ami removes all lr-
rust ion front tl ' mW
nnd i.reT.-nis any inresdinK ol tho
aoralx bottles '
and feel eontldeni that another coarse .-mfjf
will fl.vt a -. r.. it has also relievo. I
nie trom lit.; i !.. and . u'li l
triiibios. Yours truly, mifS
Attorney at Lew.
Book on Blood Hsinn lolled free.
ALL HKl'liillST!. PKLL IT.
LIPPMAN BROS. 9
l.lpiininn'a ltlrh.sia Hiinnh, fia
mft) aaaaa. v'l as Weak Meniorv. Lata of Ui.nu Power. lleadaeho.W skefnli
riii.'s4.rf.i r.J; re.
' . J . .,, H . A...
a W.-ali Mrai, rv. Laas of Uralu Power. HonOaoho, W aketll.liesa.
am v'-ii LoWMnnh M.MIjbtlr Kr.ts.i an. Nerval- w,. all .train. ana loss oi nn
O) ... I ... ... ...1 ,, ...AHIn .n,,.t.ri err.,:-.
OsflN e.'t.vs'siv.. use . I i..baei. ooh.tn or stt-nulaiits. Minor isn.i to IntlnuMT. r,in-
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i prepaid, With a Mordei wern " '" guitrnnjec teeare
,i. .. . . a .i i i .ipii....,Kta a i or 1 1 . t an
i llo UANUAFTtnUSHN oother. Metes, inKTl iied'to., Mtsi me Kapie, cuu-aoo-iu.
For Sitlo In Bomntpn, Pa., by H. C. SA. DER80N, Priyrjjlet, cor. e.isliingtoD
iiiri SopuM itftel k
.3 m v(
Uphorstefy Department matthbws
Ladies Who Valuo
A refined complexion mustuso Poizoni'n Ptrw
der. It produces a soft and beautiful akin
William : Sissenberger
t)losite baptist Church,
Is replete with fine and
medium Parlor Suit3, 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.
AND DKAl.l'.ltS IN
Atlitlltlc l end nnd I'loneb Zl no.
Pure Unseed Oil,
Turpentine unit Vitrnlaliea.
Iiendy-mlxeil faints In nil color.
I'm Is Willie nml Knlaoiulne,
UU' VltroL Marblo
Dual and Window Ulaat
MT. PL K AS A NT
rontof the best qtulltl Tor domoatle use.aml
rf all hI.os. delivered in any liart ot tbu city
at lowest iiriee
Orders left at my offloe.
M). 1 1S, WYOMING AVI-MTK.
Rear room, Ural lloor, Third National Hank,
oi sent bj mail or MeMOMtO tho mine, wtU
receive prompt atteiitfon. . .
BpeolsJ eontraete telll bo mnuo for tuo sale
and delivery Of Hunk wheat L'paL
WM. T. SMITH.
RLQ0D POISON ZT5SXX
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I ti'l Mercury fell, Our Mag.lO Remedy I
I not tlTtly cars, rook KHHim ro., i hww.
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