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TTTK SCTf ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 15. 1S4.
STUICT JEWS AT TABLE.
A NEW YORK RESTAURANT WHERE
THE FOOD IS KOSCHER.
AblutlunM, Pray, h .ui.l fovrr.-.l 11. lads.
The Ulll or Fare Excited DUPSltaatl
Vhu Itemutn Friendly --Closod ou Sat
urday, but Open on Suuduy.
Sumo time ago tho Jewish Minister' an
ooiation, which includes the lending rabbis
of New York, considered meinl of Im
proving tho observance of the Jewish Sulr
bath. Among Other thing! that Were dis
cussed incideutully was the rapid decline
of the observance of the Mosaic dietary
laws. It was frankly admitted that many
Jews no longer remained loyal to them.
This was declared to be the case eveu with
those who were otherwise good Jews.
But there are some wealthy Jewish mer
chants who still adhere to the strict letter
of the dietary laws, and tho most promi
nent of these meet every noon in a Jewish
restaurant in Morcer street. It is the must
typical place of the kiud iu this country.
Here may lie observed the Jewish customs
in regard to meals .is they aro in vogue iu
the most orthodox communities of Kua
TWO rSATBU BKFOlCK TBI MEAL.
A reporter nocompauied Coroner Levy to
the Mercer street restaurant the other day.
It was uoou when they reacltod there. A
lurjju sign which huug suspended from uu
iron rod outside, the restaurant described
its character through the three mysterious
looking Hebrew characters which spell the
word "koKcher." The interior was iu no
way uulike thut of any other restaurant,
except that the decoration was odd and old
fashioned and thut the lloor was bare.
The reporter's tirst inclination upon
enteriug the place was to remove his hat,
but his hand was checked ou its way to
his head, for he noticed thut all ut the
tables wore their hats. There were about
twenty-live men there, all solid looking
business men, with uuiuisukable Hebraic
The rear eud of the room WM divided oil
by means of curtaius from the space re
served for the tables. Just inside of these
curtains was a waahltaud, with ruuuing
water, hidden behind a screen. As each
customer came iu he would take nil his
overcoat, hauj; it up, aud thou go to the
wasiistaud and wash his bauds, looking
very devout iu the meantime, and moviug
his lips in rapid muttering. He wus re
peating in Hebrew this prayer:
"Blessed be Thou, O Lord our God, ICiug
of the universe, who hast sanctitied us with
Thy command, aud hast ordered Ui to n sab.
Having thus performed his tirst duty he
took his seut and ordered his dinner. Ho
legau this by cutting o!l a little pie e of
bread, which he dipped in salt. Before
touching it he repeated this prayer:
"Blessed be Thou, 0 Lord our God, King
of the universe, who bringest forth breud
from the earth."
Then he bit off u piece of the sait bread
and swallowed it before touching anything
else The menl was an elaborate one.
There were two kindsof soups, four entrees,
live roasts, a lot of vegetables, four kinds
of dessert, and coffee All the dishes were
of the German-Jewish type that is. they
were Herman dishes prepared in tho Jaw
ish way. There was goose breust, and
stuffed goose neck, and calves' tongue with
sour-sweet sauce, and almond cake. Ex
cepting the abundant grease, everything
was well coolied.
The portions were very large; still with
neuriy every course the diner was asked by
the waiter whether he did not want more.
Of course there was no butter served.
Butter being made of milk cannot, accord
lag to the dietary laws, be eaten with meat
or any substance containing blood. There
were three waiters, all of them remarkably
attractive in appearance and typical iu
some OF THE DOTSS.
At half-past 12 the restaurant was pretty
well filled. The talk at the table was very
loud, and at some of the tables it was ex
tremely argumentative. From the way in
which the clinched lists came down on the
tables, making the glasses and platf"!iEp,
und from the loud aud savage words, the
reporter expected to see blows struck. But
tho differences, if thcra were any, were
smoothed over, and apparently those en
gaged in the controversies remained as
fnendly as ever.
One man who came in alune attracted
the coroner's attention. He was very sol
emn looking, with a gray beard, deep set
gray eyes, and heavy eyebrows. Before
goiug to the washstond be removed his hat
and replaced it with a little skull cap.
"That man," said Coroner Levy, "is a
very wealthy Broadway merchant, and is
noted for his great piety. Even iu his own
home he never sits down to a meal with
his head uncovered. The Jewish theory,
you know, is that it is an insult to the
Deity to appear before him with uncov
ered head. I know one very wealthy up
town Hebrew, who is noted for h'sTal
mudic knowledge and devotion to religion,
who I believe would ratbercutoif his right
hand than sit down to a meal with his
head uncovered. Ho has half a dozen
:hildren, all boys, and several are not
more than 4 or 5 years old. It Is very odd
to go to a dinner at his house and see all
the male members of the family come
down to the table wearing their little rps.
Then they all say grace, even the little
"I have been here a number of times,"
laid Coroner Levy, "and always find about
he same persons. Very few of them will
;it anywhere else unless they have absolute
insurance that the meals are prepared ac
ajrding tothedietary laws. This is the ouly
Jewish restaurant in New York that is
'auctioned by Chief Itabbi Joseph, it closes
very Saturday, but, is Open on Sunday.
Occasionally you see a man come in hero
ind take off his hat in a defiant manner, as
though he wished to impress uioii the
others present that he lias outlived the re
gard for the old custom which they follow.
Everybody looks at him angrily, and he
must lie pretty thick skinned If he can
ataud the glunces und remarks directed at
For a moment ufter emerging into the
busy street the reporter felt lost. The
American character of everything around
him seemed foreign to what he hud just
setu, nnd he fi It liko a traveler returned
from strange lands to his native heath.
New York Sun.
Huw Gold Wire I Made.
I making whet is culled gold wire a cyl
indrical Ingot of silver well gilt Is drawn
successively through a number of small
round holes iu a stoel plate, each hole be
ing less than the other, till the thread is no
wider than a huir. This can now be. flat
tened by passing between two small rollers
of polished steel, and so fit It to bo used iu
the making of brocades, laces, umbroid
eries, eto. Spun gold is, in fact, flattened
gold wire wrapped over a thread of silk by
twisting with a wheel nnd Iron bobbins.
COMPLETE LIST OF BOOKS
Gold is rather softer than silver; there
fore, to make gold coin and jewelry wear
as well as silver, a small quantity of somo
other metal is alloyed with it. What is
termed "sterling" or "standard" gold con
sists of pure gold alloyed with one-twelfth
cf either copper orsllver. Iu Eugllsh coin,
a mixture of copper and silver is used to
luake up this one -twelfth.
in 1711) came a week's fall of kuow In
January, followed by a long, hard frost, In
London. Provisions becamo 10 dear In
the west of England that broad wus sold
by its weight in inonuy, and coals were
forty shillings a quarter.
Tit la of Handsome Volums for 8ale
Below will be found a new list of the
haudsoine book comprising tin popu
lar leriea now available to 'J'rtlliUNB
readers The list has been raised, aud
includes those books now in Btock. An
early order will bo your safest assur
ance of getting the volumes you want.
Mvslery of a llnusoui Cab.
Liidy Volwortlis Diamonds,
Tent of Hhem.
Old Maiuesellu's Secret.
Prince Charles' Daughter.
Sn ins Family Uobiuson.
Death Bed Marriage,
Jir F. Forteaeue.
Grimes Household Fairy Tales,
Master of Ceremonies.
Ma.ter of Bollautral.
Men's t one.
Child's Hhr.ory of Euglaud.
lat - llargaiu.
House 00. the Maiali.
As iu a Looking Qlas.
John 1 1 ahi lax.
Diana C .ien.
Wife in Name U:ily.
Bel ween Two SiUS.
Strang Adventures of a Phaeton.
Faith and Freedom.
Hon. Mis. Vereker.
1 ick's Sweetheart
Daughter of Heth.
Vicar of Wakefield.
Children of the Abbey.
Life of David Crockett.
Liide of l.ammermoor.
Vivian the Beauty.
Knickerbocker History of New York.
The Vicomte's BriJe.
Faith and l ulaita.
Wit. Humor aud Pathos.
The Young Duke.
The Firm of Girdlestoae.
Wigwam and Cabiu.
Half Hours with Great Novelists.
The Dov- in the Eagle's nest.
The Sin of Joost Aveliugh.
The Phantom Ship.
Two Y'ears Before the 'dust.
A Mai ked Man.
Tom Cringle's Log.
House 09 the Marsh.
Tom Brown at Oxford,
chiids History of England.
Mystery of Orciral,
Minders iu the itau Morgjo.
Mary St. John.
Mat term an Rouly.
The Parting of the Ways,
Famous or Infamom.
The Owl Hou,e.
E u taw.
Dramas of Life.
Story of nn Africrn Farm.
Scenes from Clerical Life.
Sloan Square Scandal.
Shadawe and Sunbeams.
History of the United States
Child's History of Eugliib.
Eight Yesrs Wandering in Ceybn.
Birds of Prey 1
Crlpps, the Carrier.
Chestnuts, o;d and New.
f haptet of Pearls.
Kepi ouch of Aunersley.
Armorel of Lyoneeso.
All Sorts and Conditions, of Mou.
A Pair of HIM Eyes.
A Manly Norseman.
A Fals Start.
Crlt cluing- a Young Lady.
"She would ho a pretty girl for but one
"What's that" asked f'harloy.
Ooorgo Her face Is always covered with
purple aud red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's easily euougb dis
posed of. Used to b.i the mm way my-
elf, but I caught on td the trouble one
day, and gut rid of It In uo time.
George What was it?
(barley Simply Moot eruption'. Took
a short course Of P. P. P. I t-ll you, It's
ihn boss blood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatism so bad that you could
hear him hoMer clear arros the country
very time ho moved. He triod It, aud
you know whnt nn athletic old eent he Is
now. If somebody would give Miss Daliy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards, All the drug stores sell it.
When Kahy was slcl:, we gaSl her ('aitorte.
Wiieu she was a Child, she cried for Costurla.
When she became Miss, she clung to r t.-rta.
When sin) hud C'hlldi ou, jha gave theiu C'astoila,
Beecham's pills are for
biliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coaled tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
bj constipation; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Hook free ; pills1 25c. At
drugstores,or write H.F.Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New York.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion must use Puziocl's l'owl
der. It produces a soft aud beautiful skin
1 A n cswm-
L sne I ..
1 1 J M fl W
Hit. g m. 1 1
I HoDl CMVHt AVOVC
If I Ml I.IH hi UU U CUICB bj
Norvoua DiajByn. Kuihhtt hi' nit.T ,
4lulitt. yti-., cttUBud ti) p.t l utmuf 't, tflvi't idol . 1 1 1 -
i.i MruniM omu. mm iinU-kly but sturviy 1 . m
1 . -: U , I ..,,,1 iu old or Olllit, Kuril I v cull led III cat
pvcittl l'ii.-i'a.00 u RAUkUN luni .11.
rlltvll nimimilt f 10 UN or mtlf rt-fuMslud. P6n'
i.-i uuy utiiM Id. :pi .1 di-iivtrlrt Kflll you uny Kind fl
mfratfON liibUt on lutvine M Vl0 -noneuttit-r 11
bo bus not Rut It. Wit Will un 1 1 ' ' ' nmll UND l ntwlpl
Ktt biKu I'uifrililfl IU HsMN 1 I i- llfft ' .
IrflMMJ MtMitttlO imftsiCUMfs), UL, TMrifMWh
bOl.L t Utthwi Broi . VVboltMli nod Ktuil
Drnggltu si kANiu.N, PA , '"id otbif uw
Romoves Frackiss, Hmplta
Livr Molss, UltoKhesili,
Sunburn a : Tsn, and rv-
stor.'s ihu siiiu lo its otiirl-
...1 t . mm . .1 ,..1..,
clear and b.'dlthy vom-(
proiiratloiis and pBttu 1I7
i,u:-i,U31or luallcd lorSOcts.
VIOLA 8KIN SOAP I' I'M lnmairMs ss
in . i'' 1-" -".p, HIKUBlM I f MM USkt. m.A adLt
1 1. .rr.'. asSSMMb pan sod ddL.lelT U..J1
, . 1 i-iim Price 25 Cents.
G. C. BITTNEH& CO., Toledo. O.
lor salo by '.1 1 Br oa . M ... 1 1 .
Morgan A: To.
Ensensis it ths Hiohsst Mtoient. AuTMenmto
,tmm vn inn nn
miai.iii will onro jou. A
rnnilci fill bonn 1,1 nr. i
'r in ..lili, SlarnThriiat,
.rAY FKVr.U. A ford?
Itmsar. convsnlant In vnm
In pocket, rcarlj to nr on flirt Indlontiim or cold.
S'outlntied Una Kirecti rrrmunrDt Cure.
HBiuraiahmirtiurantC' dorRiniwy rofunded. Prlc,
SO rls. Trial M nt Uruiislnti. HxKlstaril mall.
(U cuuts. B. D. lU.iliMiN, Mir., Tkiw Riierlucli , D. S. 4,
TDS surcHi ana ssrpiit rpnio.lr for
ill kiu .liui.. Ki' un, , iicii Salt
tily lor rlLKa. Price. a ata, ui liruii-
-k Mm -s a.
hbuuui.nlil SnrlfB, Hums, iiH. Wonderful rem
1 I'M. KM. I'rlce.xi.'ia.ut l)rux-Dal SS
AO'lrpti tinuuTe PWs.nl
For a.ilo bv Matthvrrs Bros., Morgan Bros and
ilorgun A Co.
Sometimes needs a rcii
ablu monthly regulating
Aro prnnipt, sufo mid OSMsM In rasnlt. Tho 1
bs iUr. Vuil'ai ntrurdlsuppolnt. 8entan;naio
li.'JO. foulMndlciiiu to . t:ivulund. U.
Sold by .iohn h. PHSLW PUarmaattt
Corner WyouiluK uvonua und tlprucs struet
Be r mil. u, I'm.
William : Sissenberger
Opposite Iiaptist Clmrcb,
Is repleta with fins 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.
hsrmlosj. At nil
bend for Circular,
!SE iMSZLF ; ,
the iF-si tiptlon of 11 ucw und
politic . n In 1 ul' Miuull,
M mi urgttiif! und wt cure rov uii v .- a
In von 1 1 or M mens Cirti i-ukl'i ot Loel
Mitiihouil. KmlHttuiiM hiiU Vrltot It in
! !... (itML'uye never returne. 1 ' i 1
Mice private. Ml letter! - ..t in i-'.-i M-ai it
mvelope. Add re, T. C, BAmUbIIi Lock
&oz 804 1 Ki"rt s Dealer, Jlarbalt. Mlclt.
tmopean Plan Firit-claa liar stticbad.
lh pot fur I., iguui t. EugA t TauuLujus;r
H, E, Cor. 15th &nd filbert Ml, Fhllaii
tlout d' ir;i' tor resident of N i. l'enn'
sylvuida All convvDlencos tor trarelors
tn and from Broad Street statiuo and the
Twelfth nnd Market Mr t Ktatlou. L)d
ilruble for viHttlntr Horautoutans aad pnr
Ik In the Aiitliraclto lUlou
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
WVOJll.NU aK. BCKANTO.'i
!). K1K BKUTHUtU airs
II KAN 1 1 II & BACK tins
HI t I.i. it UAtKtt
I'm a large stuck ut a rut elan
MLhIC, Km, KXU
J rB?JORY Atlantic Refining Co,
". ' ''X '
t)umth X i. Trtbunt, Koi. 1.1S9S.
"Chic ago. Oct. 31. -Fhe first offleial
nnrionncement of World's Fair di
ijlouias on Hour lias been uiade. A
uiodal lias been awarded by the
World's Fair judirea to the Hour tnana
factured by the Wushburu, Crosby Co ,
io the preat Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the flour strong nud pure, and entitles
it to rsn'ic as first-class patsnt hour for
fuinily and lakers' us."
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brands of floor ran be had nt any ot the following merchants,
n ho will nccept THE TRUNIN! fi.our coti-o.N of i-'o on each o.ie hundred pounds
o! flour or 50 on each barrel of flour.
leranton F,P. PHoa, WMhlniton avenit) I
OoM Uadal Br:ind.
Dunmora f, P Prloa Ouia Mdai Brand.
Donmors P. U. Mauley Bupprlatlvo Brani.
liyil.' Park-Carson Davie, Waihbnrn St.
Hold Medal Brand; J neph A Meure, Main
avemin, Siujierlativa Brand.
Green RMtSr- A I,.Spancnr.Oiil l Medul Brand.
J. T. ill. Hupriatire
rrorHanoa Pannst Chappoll. N' Main avo
nil, Boparlatlra HrandruT J Oilie.pij, w.
llark.it street, tlo'.d Mi'iil Brand.
Olyiiliitnt -James Jordan. Superlative Brand
I'et knl'e-halT'T A Kfjsr Hnperlatlvs.
Jermyn- Q O. Winters Co Supnra'.ative
Arclirialil Jonos, S mps m ft Qo . H-dd Modil.
Carlomla o -B. S. Clark, Gold Medal Brand.
Hon1al' I N. KMtr & Co Go'. 1 Mela .
Minuoka M II. I.avelle.
Taylor-Judito & Co, Gold Modal; Atherton
& Co., (Superlative.
Duryea-Lawrence Store Co , Gold Medal.
Mooalc-John MeCrindle. Uuld Medal
Plttston- M. W. O'Boyle, Gold .Medsl
Clark's Oreen-Frace Jt Parker, Buporlatite.
(.'lark's summit-F. M. Vouuij, Guld Medal.
Dalton S K. Pinn Son. Gold Medal Brand.
Mi h iUin J E 11 ti :
Wav.rly-M Bliss i Son, Uuld Medal.
Fact iryvillu Charles Gardner, Gold Medal
Hopbottoa N. M. Finn Son, Gold Medal.
Tobyhanna-T'ibyliinuu at I. on.': Lumbar
Co . Gold Medal Brand
DoUldsboro H A. Adams. Gol 1 Malal Bran d
Mix' iav Galgo ft ClomentH, Gold Medal.
Lake Artel- J am en A Bortree, Gold Medal.
Purest City-J. L. Morgan Co., Gold Medal
"THAT COUGH IS A SIGNAL OF DANGER,''
DR, WOOD'S NORWAY PINE SYRUP
Positive Cure for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bron
chitis, Whooping Cou?h. and all Affections
of the Bronchial Tubes.
The Purest, Safest nnd Bast Throat and Lung Remedy Brer Po
dnecd. it will nure every form of throat and lung Diseases
down to the ver y burdcrliiinl of CONSUMPTION.
PB1PAASD onlv BV
FOSTER, MILBURN & CO.
Aek Vour lirii(uirit fur a Frue
BUFFALO, N. Y.
BtKOKli ANU AFIKK UB1NU
I nr Kal
UC Sl. II
Pll I ft
Tlietrnml remedy fur trerrous prDStrallon and allnerTousdlHeuiie uf
..... ,,iV,ii, , m'i in'ii ni.i'i Tonn i roflinmi n rail
ing or LoitMimtieud. luipotoner, Nluhtly Knilhsloiis.VetiUiful Krnir
Mental Worry, eirenlro u' , f Tubaeeu or Opium, vliich lead tot'oi.'
suiuptlon aad Insanity. With c ery Curler we elve a written truer
nnie" tu eurv or refund me r Snl.l at Bl.tlO per bus O bum
f.iaa.oo. uu. mo . , isi:MicALT'lrcilVisiaTciffi!
Kit H, 111 Mtcifl .1, 141 PtUMI bV.'MtMl
nnuiiinitiiiisi a-Qi".1! n aiinir in l in. Nudrnii r.-a,.j( rr.p.
snrv ftllhrrioua lls
rH'i-H. nuoh nn Wtk MenT, llrnln IV-. t. llcmlncbi, Wakeluln'tt,
ImtMfih"iHl. gflgbtlff Bnil.tsMi.nl, Ncrvutunofi-t, nUUralninnit low ol power
liiiiftiKriUlvis()r(itnol' ultlior koxi uiimi1 hy over - jrat1iruliisruri.
IMsNlf4 uisj of tobavuo, (ipiuru oriflmtitnnta, wblrhlmi to IntlrinUi. Cpn
HiiumpUoiior ltiKnttr. (hii p currUxMn vtit nockut. 191 mt box, 0 for l,
fiuy mull pr.'i'-ilit Willi a order wetflvr a w rlticn ,tisst-unf to cure
n.iutlior. sUUnS XMMyJB lEstU CO.. Mnsuiilu Tuiuul. CUIlal :o. III.
iu Scranton, Pu.,by H. C. SANDER30N, DriUjt, m Whiutftou
ManufucLurers and Dealer i
Liiipoed Oil, Naptha? and Oaso
lines of all i:rades. Axle Grease.
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
pound ; also, a lnrce Hue of Par
rafiiae Wax Candles.
We also handle the Famous CROWM
ACME OIL, tbe only family safely
buruiuu; oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Office: Coal EncUauge, Wyumiua: Ave.
N orks at 1'ine Brou.
M1N1.N0, BLAST1NU AND bPOBTINO
Manufarturedat the Waptrallopcn Mills, Lu
zerne eonntf IV. and at wit
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
lieneral Aecnt for the Wyomiug District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton PI.
Ihird National Bank Building
THQa FORD, llttst m. Ta
JOHN B SMITH & SON; Plymouth Ta.
E W. MULL1UA.N, Wdkee-Barro. l'a
Agents for the ltepauno Chumioal Com
pany'a High Expluslrea.
YOUR WANTS IN
mm Hi.vwas i wirwnMnw(oR.sj
Pialfiv itewfi tnd luOnp. t- nk illutlr,!el lntn
HH llrfriinipoilcuret, ai.br nttll When Hot Sprltigi Hj
Bltni awrnrrtui. tat Mnglc Remedy uiHH
eaiunir sn. cook hi -tin nt .v..,.. m.HJ
DKITKlt NHOR CO., Iu.'p. fapltal, $1,0(10,000.
bkst si.no sum. IN THK WOULD.
"A dollar rurtd it $ dollar carntd."
Thlil.iullee' Solid rreneh Ili.i.Rola Kid nnt-
lon i..hi oellvered free MjrtTMN l:i the U.S., on
Ipt ofOasli, Money (irilur,
or I'oetnl Note fur Sl.M).
Bftttls every war the boots
puld In all retail stores for
SUO. NVe make tbls boot
ouraelvea, tlicrofoie nu fuar
iwtf Ibo , nfv.' Un.' irrur,
i If any uue Is not tatlaned
i will ill tbe Meaty
Mr or worarooa we'is.-,
widths U, II, U, & EK,
, el see 1 to I and lull
uill fit you.
,i I-. ii .11)'. aiAfiis.
-.vi...' firrns Iu i .....
Iu the saip of the sheais,
The boudho'der bear
'J'he souhd of his money enhancing:
Why uot copy his waj .
Aud clip every day
To get something that's quite as entrancing.
You Can Do It!
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from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico!
Dexter Shoe Go.
Being able to Jo it in easy stages, at
TEN CENTS "a stage," includ
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Tli Capitol, usMukIimi.
i in' Common. Hunt.....
I i inline lluiin." tqoart), NW York
N.-vni Falls. ( In ) , i nn Canon, Colorado.
ri.mlmit Street riilliiitr Iphla.
Yellanatono Falls. . ,.ni,i L
Bi'vnton'a i ov. Nvwpo.t.
Oeatral I'aik HlaaMoolU,
A ii, lit or Iu in Hotol. Cliirnen.
! Long Nault Hapl.li.. St. Lawrence River.
iriujiie i.qairr, rail lhkc liy.
M.iunti.ln U..iui, Oesson Springs, Pa.
Wahhlnaton lonuminr, llaltlaiore.
H i.. Anoe Vails, Niagara,
fit Victoria. U. C.
Each Series Lasts bat on? Week. See That Yon Get Them All.
COUPON NO. 15.
Bend or bring two of thM coupons, differently numbered,
with Ten Dents, unci get the first series ol" sixteen uiaguiriceut
! MARCH 1 5
This Coupon, with two like it, but of different
g dates, and with Ten Cents in cash, will secure one
& part of the World's Fair Art Portfolio in four
5 parts the one announced before.