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;the scranton tribune -Monday morning. February 12. i94.
LIVE NEWS OF
1 Thk Sc-ranton Truiunk' Pittaton de
partment is in cliari;, of I. at. lAihy, to
Whom news items aud complaints may be
THINGS OBSERVED AND NOTED.
The filing Of ol'j 'clioiH to th vnri
otis pirlv an.l nomination paptrS dur
ing the pust week caused a decided
Sensation in this plao.. The lack of a
thorough knowledge of the law uov-
srning Uitt drafting and filing of the
paptra may bo aaid to ba dun to the
oomplioitions whioh hsts arisen, u
tiiuei like the. present wli n vry
voter wants to be an ofllca holder and
the disrupted state into which the sev
eral parttaa have been plnagad the slt
natton, p ditieally, ii a moat oompll
oa ted one. Tha daolalon of tbaoQort,
Whioh It la exnrotad will be handed
down tins vreok, is twaltad with inter
est. Should the court sustain t ie 00
JfOtlOttl the nised titer.' will be uo end
of trouble and tha uatur.sl mfereii U
nanv votes will ba lost through th
in liffsrsnot of th voters who will not
take trouble to write In the nan 'S of
tboaa for Whom he otherwise would
have cast ins billot
a a a
A email boy. not more than 8 raan
of aye, night have been seen during
the paat week in the vicinity of 1'ine
street hopelessly intOXlOSUj Th
sit! lit was a most pitable on and c tiled
forth many sxprvtsiont of sympathy
for the lunoceut little victim The
person who w.is raapooaibla for the dia
traaatng speotscls, if known, abonld be
made to feel the punishment his in
famy doaarvaa, U is a duty the pir
anta of the unfortunate lad owe to s -elatr
and th--protection of onr noral
and s tela) welfare As Ions aa sucS
tra:isirssio:is of law aa I I viety are
allowadtogo nnpnutabad just so ion,
will tue stability of our goYrnnant bs
a a a
Wooid it not be a -tood idea to have
plao.'il over each. lire al irm bos a sui ill
sijiu deiiti ktlttg th loc.iti u of tit
various Iters, ineb as are to b seeu In
ail the cities wh-re the electric alarm
system is In use1! It would prov quite
an lonoVOtioo orar the pressat rrauie
meut aui cue we feel wjulj be greatly
appreciated by our people.
A correspon lent reviewing ths OOtt
iitiou of tue poor man trutufully says
"The poor man, whether ue toil on the
surface of this earth or delva m the
deepest dsptus of la BtinsS, is prC
our free government, entitled to ex- j
press his views and to carry tuein into j
eti-ct, 3nd he ouly is deserving of con
ttmpt who Culls him base. A man's
wortu as a citizen m this fre9 republic
should ba measured not by his lineage,
his birth, or his money bag, bat by his 1
honesty, his independence and his
meutal and moral makeup. "
To have witebed Actor ilaatell Sat
urday evening enacting the role of the
hFP7 tfroom over his pan iing mar
riage with the beautiful Lucille would !
not have suggested to his admirers j
that tha actor, like the rest of hu- '
maoity, has his nps and downs in this
world, a speamng of his arrest for !
contempt of eonrr. to a reporter, Mr i
Mantell said it was all a mistake and
that he would be ia N'-jw York today to I
answer the charges preferred by his '
wife, from waotu he is separated. He
baa paid h.s w.f tae alimony required
of him, ami was undar tha impression j
that tn case waa to be held in abey
ance antil he would be playing ia N'ew
York in March. Mr. Mantell firtaer
aaid that fw a week was too much to
pay for his wifes support daring sach
a had season, and he intended to mas-;
aa effort to have it reduced.
OUR NEW CONEY ISUNO.
Scheme to Convm Evsrhart'i Island
into an Amanmnat Plact.
A party of Weat :iide capitalists coa
teoip.ats purchasing Ereruart's Islaad.
in tae snsijaehanna river, near Pitts
ton. It wili be the Coney isl ind of
Pittaton, or at least it is the naro .se of
the projectors of tne scneme, V.' ,ve
it aomething on the order of Oney
Island or Olen Island, fat sport and
It ia hoped that the scheme will ha
promulgate 1, for a place like tins is
just wnat w ned. When the Wyom
ing Vslley Traction company his its
East -Side roid completed from Scran
ton to Wilkes-Bsrre tne entire valley
will ha acaess to the resort. Tbe
gentlemen interested in tne scheme
evidently bav long heads, for there is
no doubt of I fl being a popular resort
People would swarm there on an
Angnstnifht from all directions, like
flies aronnd a sugar barrel. Journal.
Crlt xlslna- a Ynnni I.ady.
"She would be pretty girl for but one
'what's Ibatr asked Charley.
Oeorge fler far is always fevered with
purple and red blotches.
f.nsrley On, that's essily enongh dis
posed of. Dam t ths inn Way my
self, bnt I rsnght on In th trouble oni
day, and got, rid of it in no time.
Oeorge What was it?
I barley Hirnply blood ernpMons. Took
short course of P. P. I'. I tell yon, It's
ihe boss Mood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatism so bad that yon i onld
hear him ho'ler clesr across the country
every time he moved. Kb tried it, and
yon know what n athletic, old nf. he is
now. If somebody would give Miss fMUy
a pointer, she. wonlrt thank them after
wards. All the. drug stores sell it.
T" ssrller symptoms of dyspepsia, snch
as distress sfler Mting, hesrtlmni, and
occasional headach'-s, should not b ne
glected. Take Hood s Harsaparilla nnd be
Hool'i P, lis are the hest.family cathartic
and liver medicine. Ilnrriiless, reliable.
SCRANTON OIOCESEAN UNION.
Officers Tender Thxlr RselBnatlon at
Third DisMlot Msetlng.
The Third district of the Hcranton
Diocesesn anion, aztandlngfron I'itts
ton to Naiitlcokn, HHseinhled in Fatbar
Matthew hall today. Forty-one dale
gates were pres'int.
President Levan and Secretary
James H. Fox resiitaed their positions
owing to pressing business interests.
The vacancies were filled by the else
tlon of M. J. Walsh, of Wilkes- lUrre,
as president, and J. J, QnlOO, of this
place, ns secretnry.
The convention was called for tlio
purpose of pnssiug upon the fensibility
of making life insurance a practical
feuture in connection with the temper
ance causa. It was dually decided to
make its discretionary instead of com
pulsory with tbe members. The con
vention adjonrned to meet the third
Sunday in April at Kingston, Pu.
Burdock Bmui Hhtkus taking nfter
eating will relievo rnyleeliug of woight
or overfalness of stomach. Hold everywhere.
Little Nuggets of Nowi nnd Qosslp Just
All Pennsylvania Coal coumauv
works wers idle on Saturday. Nos. 8
and 111 and Kwen and Central collieries
will work this week and ull others will
Storm doors are belli;; erected nt the
Electrician Bsrher was busy all day
teatarday locating a break in the else
trie tire. alarm rvic;.
The obahga tune in the running of
trains by the Vulley company is re
ceived with much faror by our oltttani
and business men. A train leaving
here at -l o'clock in tho afternoon, under
the new sch.nliile, locates tho traveler
in the city at t o'clock, thereby giving
a rapid service at a oonvsnlanl hour,
"Tba Kace in the Moonlight," with
liobert Mmitell in the loading role, at
tracted a large mid cultured MQdiMOi
to Music hall Saturday evening. The
play is on which holds ttie undivided
attention of the sndiuece throughout
Keiiutlful fltghtt of dialogue, ooiubiti-
ln; all the qoalltlaa of hanor and
pathoi following In rapid succession,
m ikes the perfornanoa n most enter
talnlng ona Tne acting Of Mr Man
tell w is tliwless. lie w is ablv sup
ported by Mis Kathrlna JCtrrlcan aa
Uarsnarlta, and Miss Bihrna as Unci la
wh . by the w iv. is n in st boaatifol
woman. I'he mile members of the
company did their work well and Were
Beginnlug yoaterday a new Una
table went into effect on the Lehigh
Vallev railroad Tha prinolnle obangea
are as follows Trim No 1 (went
bound', dally fall express, will leave
New York at B:80 a m, (8:10 a. m.
m Sundays) Instead of 9:80, and will
us Pittaton at 1 18 p in., instead of
8:53, reaching Buffalo at ! p. in This
train has a oh drear, New York to
Wi.k i-Barre, Pnllnau parlor ear
Philadelphia to Buffalo, and dining car
between N-w Y rk anil Wilkes ll.rre
Train No. '2 (,at bound), daily fast
lay tzprvas will lev Bniptneion
Hri !gi" at s 93 . m., reaching Pittaton
t 4 la p in . instead of l! 14, auj r
nviug ai N w York it ;) ;ss a m Tbla
train bai through sleepers from I'ai
eago to New York and Philadelphia,
ilao Pullnan parlor car from Buffalo
to Philadelphia, and dining oat trom
Wilkes IS.irre to N w Y'ork
The members of the Scranton checker
j club hare challenged the Pittlton
(layers to a gme, an I the Utter h ive
accepted. The game will be played
here Wednesday or Thursday eveuiug.
I'h first game played br these olnbS
resulted in a tie. and the result of the
second gam will Do awaited with great
A civil serTioe elimination of sppli
i cants for positions as nsll carriers or
post office clerks was ooodnoted at the
i Htgn school building Saturday by tbe
i board of civil service sxanlnsra, John
j F. Costello, president; Willism Uilles
; pis, sscretary in! Morgan E Bvuoii.
: Twelve applications were receive! for
I admittance to the class, but only nine
t applicants underwent the elimination. I
Frink Cosper Is In N'ew York, In at- '
ten lines at the poultry show.
Miss Reid, of 1'itisburg, and Mijs '
Leuihine, of Wilkes-liarre. are enjoy
ing tue hospitality or Misa Rear, of
Y'esterday was a beautiful day. The
warm suns rays brought out large
groups of promenaders. an I tue ser
vices ta the various cn arches were well
It woall appear that several of the
county seat papers are misinformed as
to the number of times the late Dr.
John T. Doyle wss married, or elsedis
claim any knowledge of bis first mat
rimonial venture, which occurred over
tmrty years ago.
Tne funeral of Eddie, the fourteen-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Mullen, of Browntowu, occurred yes
terday afternooa, and was largely at
tended. Interment waa made ia Mir
est street cemetery.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo.
The ben salve in the world for Cats
Braises, Borss, fleers. Halt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, (.'happed Hands, Chilblains,
Coras and ail Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively enres files, or uo pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
cr money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
INDIA AT THE M E. CHURCH.
Miss fpirks Dives a Highly Instructive
and In'eresting Il.utrr4 Lecture.
FfCinl to IK Srrantnn Trilnuu.
HomOALI, Feb. 10 Miss Fanny
Sparks, a retn-nd missionary, gave an
illustrated lecture in India last Friday
evening that was amusing, interesting
and instructive. Sue described tbe
country, told of its magnitude, of its
people, their customs, worship, etc.
Her brilliant lecture waa further en
hanced by members of the BpWOftft
League doning the costumes of tbe
people of India wnich weri furnished
r.y Hiss Sparks, thus illustrating the
lecture and making a vivid picture!
Those who represnted the clsss and
locality distinctions rf the p ipls were
Misses L iln I!. Flench, Annie Patter
son, heriha VrV. Lah Lott. May
Thorpe snd Miss Dil, in contrast was
Jennie Ball tad Mrs. Oeorge Robertson
as christian ladies. Ifelli 'wr,
M.ud Benny and liessi Brawn, at
Robert CtOSSlsy was the groom nnd
little Francis Bsojimin the bride. In
Ooatrasj with tills little Indian girl
was an American bride, Miss Sadie l.
Itsy. Oeorge Shuttling wss the groom s
father, nnd Bcott Hon the bride's pater
nal overseer Frederick B, CroSSloy
was Die Hindoo priest, and Perry A.
Lslisrr and tlenrge A Smith Btt'ldlsl
prieits Songs wr- sung in Hindus
tsnee, and the entertainment closed
Miss SparKs impressed her hearers
very favorably, nnd Isotnrtd at Iwith
Iti HAHITJD by I! I
, iiuis'iain o-, .turn. ,Nuiiiiinr unn
b.iner, lit Allen, P
my rheiii. niism sneli (jun k relief as l)r
lli'iine. I.iectrlc Oil tmlievi) It Infallib
Mrs C. A. Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Edwards, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Dor
sbinsr, Mies llertha Colvin, Leon Col
viu and ( leorge Mull.
A very pleasant time was had. All
united in wishing Mr. nnd Mrs. sfstl
ear a happy continuation of their mar
CAUGHT AT CARBONDALE.
An Bat attaining lludval of Itsms From
a Nwy Writer
ajMetol i" "i SsnMttM IVIoaaa
Caiiiiondai.k, Ph., Feb It). -F. (1.
Btontlugsr'left ysstsrday for Utioa, N
Y., whsrsns willspsnd tbs Btbbatb,
Mrs Ueuu Brooks nnd sou Donald
nre upending a lew dsyM ns the guests
of BoraotOO friends.
11 ('. BamdSU, Of Bllth avenue, has
purobSISd u lot on River street, and
sspsots to soon to erect a bone thoreott,
A sou was bom this noming to Mr
snd Mrs. ObarlN Vogul, or Pari Mtrset.
Mrs A PaSOOe and Mrs D. Sonrr
ire visiting friends in Pbllsdslphls for
a few days.
Mis Haydn F.vans, of BorsntOn, is
thegbsstof her nother, Mrs, WillUn
RlVenbnrg, Of Laurel s ton ut
w M Latbrops, of the Lesdsr, is on
K lew days' visit with friends in New
Dr. Used Bartll, of HonesiUle. was
snong tha visitors In this oily ysster
Uayor lien luck returned home lust
evening from a busluuss visit In New
A P TraatWSlu, of Lincoln avenue.
bus reseived a tslsgrau itnnounolng
lbs snd intelligence of the death of his
father, Paul I'raiitweln. who died at
ins home in Soboksn, N. J,
The lel tw ire and Hudson company
pal I their Qrsvlty railroad employes
andsbop hMdl in tins city yesterday.
1'odiy tuo steam to 1 1 employee will be
The new special police Imve takn
the oath Of "tlice in tbs city before
Mayor Bendrlek, Tbey are 1 lurry
Bo .th. (.' V lllockridge and W. J.
FRESH FROM OLD F.TRCE.
Uie News 01 Die ly ReOOFded 1" an
Interen linr Way
SfHCiol tn th$ gwoafoa rWfteae
OldForob, Pa, Feb 11. Bmsnnt
Lory, who wss tho tirst tonsorlal artii
to open up hero, has returned to us
an I rented the spacious rooms of J ames
Hnttb, where, without doubt, from lis
nuso well known and generally like I,
lie will rally around him many of his
old-time customers and do a successful
Miss Nellie Pandred, one of the most
popular Indies of Jermyn, is on n visit
to her sister, Mrs. L. Morris, of Band
ban. Mrs Oliver, of Itendhatu. was greet
ed with a surprise sleighing party from
P. F. McDonald, who has been one of
tlie most obliging clerks in Jsruyu S
store, severs his connection with that
One of Mr. S. Friedman's sons is v.?ry
Officrs Rees and Price, of Rundham.
are determined to enforce the ordin
ance for outside pad in that por
tion of Taylor borough.
Evan H .wells, of Rendham, has n
Mrs John Morris has returned home
accompanied by her charming little
daughter, Rachel, after a week's visit
to friends in N'auticoke.
Miss Maggie Peppard, of Providrnee,
is visiting Mrs. Thomas, m Barber
town. The Bnltbflsld inn, formerly con
ducted by Jotin Banders, has ben
taken by William Tapohs, who former
ly conducted a hotel in Taylor. It is
Contemplated by the owner to make
additions and improvements to the
house which are much needed.
DEATH OF MISS H0BAN.
An Estimable Young Lsdy of Carbon -dale
Wi 1 Re Buried Today.
Special to thf .Scmitfon Tribune.
CaRBONDALX, Pa., Feb. 11 At 3 30
o'clock yraterday morning occurred
the death of Miss Nora C. Hoban, of 37
South Church street, after a three
weeks' illness Tne young lady was in
her twenty-first year.
The funeral will bo held Mon lay
morning at U 30 o'clock in St. Rose
' hurch, whore a requiem mass will bo
celebrated. Interment will be made in
St. Rose cemetery.
A proa Vin i toys.
For ."i-yoarold Ni d, who enjoys work
ing with hammer mid saw, you might
make a OOrpen tor's apron by this pat
tern from (rood Honseki'dpiiig: Thrw
qnarters .f n yard of bright striped tick
ing, a Vx.lt of tape to match the color of
the HtriS'i, nnd n yard nnd a quarter of
strong (robbing will be tbe materials re-
Ciiritorln is Dr. Huniul Pitclicr'H proMcription for Infants
:i ml ( hi ll rcn. 1 1 out nins neither Opium, Morpllillfl nor
other Narcotic mihstuiicci. It is a barmlesi HnhNtituto
for ParegorlOi Dropo, Soothing Syrups, and Custor oil.
it is Pleaiants Iti gaarantoe is thirty yonrs' uho by
millions of Mot horn, ( astorlu (lest royi Worms and allayti
fovorlabiieaii Cattorla prevents vomiting Sour Curds
cures Dlnrrhosa anil Wind Colic. CiiNtorla relieves
teetblng troublot, ouroi eonstipation and iiuiniuncy.
Caotoria Boaimllatei tho food, regulates tho stomach
and dowels, ivlnp; healthy and natural sleep. Casa
toria is tho Children') l'auacca the Mother's J'rieud.
A SILVER WEOUING.
Mr. and Mr. M zr Csteb ats Their
Twenty-Flfih MurrUg. Anniversary
NlHCinl to the Sri anion 1'rthune.
Ot.Kvm.itN, I'a . I'V II. February
8 being tha twenty fifth ainiiyers irv
of tbs insrriags of Mr. and Mrs. F. I).
Metzgar, the event was celebrated by
the gathering of a few of their many
friends. From out of town were Rev
and Mrs. James Fieldiiu, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A, Kali,
Pnnk Hiker, Mrs mid Miss Perk ton,
OfDsltonj Mr. ami Mrs. F. L Thomp
son, Newton; Mr and Mrs. Amos
White, (Jlsrk'e Summit; Mrs. Thomas
Staples and Ban, Binghatnton, N
Y. ; Osoar Asar and Mrs. W.
C. Smithing, Olyphant; II. VV. Kerr
and wife. Scrnnton. From town
Mis. P, E. Sheret, mother of Mrs. F. I)
Metzgsrand T, Metzger father of f.U.
Mstzgar. Mr.and Mrs. Frank Brooks
Mr nnd Mrs. B. J. Hall, D. W Uriflin
and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hrooks,
J. A. Woodward and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Northnp, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Northnp, Mr. and Mrs. H. VV. Northnp,
Mr. and Mra. . Sherwood, Mr. anil
mi u.l, noy's A I'll' in,
quired. Tbe apron Is a perfectly straight
piece nf goods, with the upper I'niners
out out H" ns in form ii bib, Bind around
tbe bib with the tape and put fj inch
hem scroes tbe bottom,
('ui a gejid sbwd pocket from tha
pieces, bind across the top, ititoh on at
the left side of the apron nnd stay strong
ly nt. the corners, nsit li for koldlngtooTe
or nails. Cut the webbing in two pi
and new one pisi u BOCh COrnOT of the
bih, cross tin se straps nt the book nnd
Hew the oilier etui to the lower corners
lit. the waist line.
Popcorn Bulls lloil liiolnnses lis for
oondyi when cooked, pour over the
corn, which niiisl be nicely popped and
placed In n pan; stir with n IpOOO until
COOl eOOttgh to work with the bands.
Grease the bonds with butter, form tbs
corn Into bulls, mid Iny tin m on well
Wlieti Hal ij- was slek, we c.ivn her f'astnrt.
When she won n child, Mie cried for Cantoris.
When nlie iHM'aiiie Mr., nh t-lunr to ' , i-t ia,
Whuu uhu hud Childrvu, she guvu Iheui Castoria,
"Osstoria is an excellent medietas for eMl
dies. Hoinersbave repestsdly told we of Its
good sffeot upon then- oblldrso."
(in. u. c. Osoeon,
Lowell, ii . .
" Ossterls is tbs Ih-m ra ty for children ol
which i swi sftipudnted. t nope ihoduy is not
fariiistuiit ebsn mothers atllooosldsi theruui
IntSfrst of Ihelr ehililrtai, ami use ChsIomu in
sleud of ttiuiirloiisiimek mmtrunis which are
destro) in their loved ones, by forsbsiopluni,
morphine, boothin syrup uu.i other hurtful
agents down their throat, then.hy staiiling
them to prSmStUie graves."
lilt. J. K KlNiaiKI.DK,
Oonws) , ark,
" ( 'ustirhi Is no well udupi ni to. MMren dial
I reooflunsod iluuuuivriorloaiiy j. . : ,, . i,
know ii to inn,'1
II. A. Aiii'iikii, M. D.,
Ill Ho. Otfofd Bt , llrooklyu, S. Y.
" Onr pbysli laiis in the eblldrsols iiepsrt
nsnt havs : i highly of thair eiii
runt hi their oulhlilo prSStlSS with OsitOI la,
Sod although WS only huvo an.oi.tr OUI
medlffal Huppiies what Is known as regular
prodnotSi yst wears true to ooafess that flu
merits of Ouiloriu has won us to look wilL
fuvor iiiou It."
USI1KU flllSnill SNII UlHI'KNSlKY,
Aij.sn 0. BWTS, I'm.,
mm CLEARING Si
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thouaanda Remnants of Dry Goods, clonks and Fur Capes (luring
snie at less than cost of material.
Every inch of ootutot room oovered with the greateit bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hate, this season's styles Oo. each
Hoys Winter Waists 0o each.
Uotkt 11.50 esch.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE.
00MB, IT WILL I'A Y YOU,
Great Clearing Sale.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
Tho Centaur Company, 11 Murray Struct, New York City.
A lirsut Chineli Rsvlvsl In Proirrsss St
Bptciul to the Bsmston 7V(6us4.
Strouushuko. Pa , Feb, 11. A great
revivi is in progrees in the Methodist
Episcopal church of this place, and up
to ilste Hourly 00 conversions are re
ported. It is the most successful held
here for npwnrils of twenty -rive years,
when scores professoil conversion. A
liirtfe number of young men of the
town, together with h iiumlier of older
people, hnvn joined the church on pro
bation. The success of the meetiiiKS is
almost due entirely to th uersonal
work done by the pastor of th church,
Rev. L. IS HotTiuan, formerly of Pbihv
'lelphia. who was sent here last full
to fill the pulpit In place of Rev. A L
I rban, who left the .Methodist churc i
for the Episcopal church, ami is now
stationed at Tuiikhaiitiuck. R-v. Hot!
man's plan of campaign is to visit
business men at their places of business
and at an opportune time talk on the
subject of religion.
1 he interest manifest,' 1 his be.n so
great that the storss for over a month
have been closoil esrly evenings toirivs
clerks ami merchants an opportunity
Beecham's pills arc few
Biliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
iver, dizziness, sick head
iche, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
y constipation; and consti
pation is the most frequent
ause of all of them.
Book free ; pills 25c, At
Irugstores.or write B.F.Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New York.
We hae 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
IS THE BEST. Get prices an.l
see the fnrnnco and be con
vinced. A full line o HEAT
ERS, Appello ami Gauze Door
pi ris roN, p
WIRE cu r,
Best in tho market
Brandt Clay Product Co,
OFFIOBi Blngbntnton, N Y
FACTORY 1 Bmnlt, P
nrUKIt SIIOK CO.. Itifi'p, CMBllal. )! ,(M.0(M.
BUT ni.nn SHOE IN Till', woitl.lt.
UA Hollar ISStfll ll S Swftff ISfSSrf, 1
TliUl.itillnii'HoMil I .. in I, l)niols lllil not
ion iiiiki ili.lvnii'il in., inn h. 1.. 111 Hi.. I s
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT 4 CONNELL CO.
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Vslusbls se a Souvenir of tbs Fair.
QUITE EASY WHKV TOO KNOW how
$300 IX PRIZES WILL BR DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOING THK
PUZZLE IN IHL SHORTEST. SPACE I TIME
FOR BALE BY ALL NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS AND Al TOT
SiOKK.s. uK BENT To ANY ADDRESS I PON KBCEIPT OF
PRU I . i::. ENl B, BT
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.
1V2 AND 114 feOL'TH EL TAW STREET, BALTIMORE MB
1 ; ? Pen 11 Avenue.
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING. JAN. 15
CHANCE to buy at your own price
Hardware, Saws. Hammers, Tinware,
Lamps, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. Fancy
and Other Goods.
Sijzn Red Flaer
Dexter Shoe Co.,
riM'i'l M of i 'twtii M I IBM nlor,
or 1'nslnl Nolo for mlJOt
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1 ' i In nil rcliill sloros for
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tlUti South Wsshington Avnnue,
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Mots Works. ai KomniaUoni, Oistsras
Flub Wii K 'I'uiiiikIh and Cnirliu. Flanging tor
Ladies Who Value
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and D1ALBR8 in
BURNING and B I C
LUBRICATING Vsl Ls O
Atiiintio i . u.l hi,, i Pranoh too,
I'mu Llnared Oil,
Tiirpuiitliie and Vnrnlihoa
Keady-mlted Talnta In all oolora,
farla White and Kalaoinlne,
Oil' Vltrol, Marble
Duet and Window OImi
11 POWDER CP
MINING ami BLASTING
MadS t tho MOOSIO nuil HUSU
Lnlllin A Rand Powdsr Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fuses for explo l
iu$ biuta, bafety Jfust and
RepaunoChemicsJ Co.'s High Explosives