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TITE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDN ESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21. 1894.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
7IRST VIEW OF
IHE PS OF
Cut or townoorneponasatsotTns Tata-
0M8 should slen thetriMIIIM in full t aeU
newsletter, not for publication uut u iiuar J
dinuiit deception. 1
pare and judge.
Examine tli3 Trimmed
Hats and Bonnets.
Examine the Untrimmed
Hats and Eonnets.
Examine the great show
of Artificial Flowers.
Examine the vast collec
tion of Trimmings.
Brief Chronirl 'f Patln Events of
Py m'til to the S&nntnn Trih'tne.
Nicholson, Ph., March 80. R. D
Newton la buildinif an addition to hi
honse on State stret.
Boy The TRIBUNE booaaiO it is the
The Delaware, L iclciw.nna and
W stern company intends to build a
new bridge this coming snmraer.
Mrs. CNrr has moved in psrt of the
honse belon'in(( to EL L. Stevens, on
Albert Rodney moved hii family and
household ircols to Clark's Summit, on
Mr. White, of Tunkhannock, was a
business man in town on Monday.
Joseph i; Harding made a business
trip to the Klsctric City on Tuosday.
D. C. Graham, of Tunkliaimock, was
in town on Tuesdny.
IIol. Robinson, of Lenoxville, was a
business man in town yesterday.
Moses Shields, jr., arrived home
Tuesday night after a six weeks' visit
A meeting for tho permanent organi
zation of the local hoard of the Repub
lic Saving" and Loan association will
be held in the Opera house on WodDOS'
day evening, March 21, at 7.3d o'clock.
Tho following named officers will be
elected: Attorney, president, vice
president, treasurer, appraisers and dl
rfctors. A full explanation of the plan
and system will be given. QaoSnODJ
may be freely asked by any interested
person and answers will be made as
plain as possible. AH interested per
sons, whether members or not, will be
Republican Convention Diseussed
Crniir Alter the Lrnoherl
Fifi'tai to the Jtoranton lYftun .
STRnDDSBtJUa, Pa March '.'O.
crit Republican convention b
Saturday is still being discussed by the
politician There iaa preVHilitijj good
spirit, considering the fact the contest
for delegate and oonnty chairman was
bitterly fought. The light made by M.
W. Rhodes, the cigar manufacturer,
was one to bo proud of, although Jesse
A. Gravel walked awav with the prise,
For oonnty chairman I'r. Thomaa t'
Walton won a tight which was not al
together nnaxpeoted, for Dr. Walton
was deserving of re election, r.ue to the
fact that ho line been constantly pound
ing at the Democracy of Alouroe for ii
number of years
His opponent, Major Kistlr. who at
the late election defeated Jauie KJln
ger, a strong Democratic candidate was
defeated, not on account of hie Unpop
ularity, for he is popular, but on ac
count of the present county chairman's
great pull with the mail of the party,
and more especially the party workers.
It was the largest oonveution ever held
The Republicans' cf Monroe county
were never more encouraged, anil are
hopeful of making still greater inroads
in Monroe county Democracy.
Jmltfe Crau's arrival here to hold a
sp 't'ial term of curt was yesterday re
garded by the lyncher as meaning
that possibly more rigid investigation
, would to ordered by the court. 1 he
; state authorities, it is understood, are
determined that every effort shall be
made to free the conuty from the dis
grace the lynchers has put on it and
: y will do all in their pw.r to assist
1 the 1 octl authorities, Judge Craig, it
i is believed, will before tne speolalltertn
I of court closes, liavejsomethiug to say
J "i T7i f 1 f r ' t'lar w:'' Ilot "sact'.T pleasing to the
mVllcU LO finriff and others The judge.it is well
remembered, a few we-lts ego did not
hestitate to tell the authorities what
their duty were and it is not likely that
iie will let this opportunity pass by
without showing ids displeasure. How
ever, is is not believed that no matter
now rigid the investigation may be
that a successful attempt will be mad-"
to fix the blame. No one, even those
who regard the nffiir as disgraceful,
I want to see the lynchers brought to
Mi?s Kaiser, daughter of Andrew
Keiser. will be married todav to Dr.
L-vering The uffiir will be quiet.
i July a few of the friends are Invited.
Ice men have filled their los houses
I and the haivest has been a gre.it one.
I Georgo C. Hughes, editor of the
1 Times, was in New York a day last
week on business. Tne Tunes is be
coming one of the livltest weekly lour
nnls in Eistern Pennsylvania. Wide
awake i lurnalism and Brother Hughes
I travel in the same orupmy, and the
people of Monroe county are to o con
gratulated on having the Times in
t:ieir mi lst.
Mrs. Sarah Wilson has remivel her
store to Jacib Miller's, across the Way,
The divorce suit between F, Iward
Morgan, the well known Eist Stron Is
biKg merchant, and his wife is now on
trial before Judge Craig.
Miss Allie Walton has accpted a pi
sltion in the Times office as cashier and
Bi.'yclers are now getting ready for
t'oeir spring apieannc. Tin most
popular nere are the Victor, Columbia,
j Ol.-.l I 'I'l.- I . ... 1.1 ... .Ian
For several years
our Millinery Open-
and the Clevelan 1. liie Rambler also
has a number of friends.
Fatal neglect is a little short of Miiride
The consequences of a neglected cold are
too well known to need repeating. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup curo-i a cough
promptly Sold by all dealers ou a guar
antee of satisfaction.
Entertaining rareirruphs from One
Ike Earth's Garden Spots.
Fitrrial to the Scranton Tribune.
El.Mill iist, I'd.. March 2D Measles
are quite prevalent at this time in this
Rev. F. A. Matteson, of Knoxville,
Pa., has accepted the pitBtontte of the
Elmhnrst Baptist church.
Mrs. Clarence Stevens is reported as
improving rapidly at the hospital in
ignite a number of our oltilins cele
brated Paltick'a day at. Wilkes-Barre
Professor John's ptactice class in
music meets ou Thursday oveniug in
Tallie Morgan's juvenile class in
eight reading will moot at the graded
D. L. Bleseoker has his new house
and barn up and will soon occupy the
The attendance of our young folks nt
the Moscow convention last Friday
was very general.
Our borough council are planning
some necessary and decided improve
ments for the coming season.
The box factory is again running
full handed making pie plates.
A mum social is on tne hoards for
tonight at the Presbyterian chapel.
Condensed R'oir.t of Events of a Day In
the Maple C.ty.
Fj.rrinl to the Scranton Tribune.
HOMBSDALt, Jlsrch 20. William
Foley, aired about 07 years died at his
homo in Seeleyville late last night. The
fnneral will be held from the house
Thursday at 10 a. m.
Bberifi Murphy took foury ung men
to Philadelphia yesterday nnrnios,
where thev will pass the next few
months in the penitentiary
The miserable condition of the pub
lie road between HoaCSdals and Bee
leyvllle is still being coinplainod of by
all persons having oooMion to use it
The road should be properly fixed. ,
Meade F. Sohnnck is home from
Wyoming seminary on his Kt, tor va
At a meeting of the hoard of trade
lust evening the action of the Ddaware
and ilnd'ou Canal company in reduo
nig the force of boats on the canal was
discussed It was decided to circulate
a petition asking the company to re
scind its decision.
Miss Bessie White left for Long Isl
and College hospital this afternoon to
attend tbegradnating exercises. Ilr
brother, Harry, is u member of the
Services in QrOCI Obnroh during
Holy Week is as follows: Tuesday,
March 2d, U a. m., and 4 p m, , Wed
nesday, u a. m , ami 7 mi p. m ; Thurs
day, 9 a. m. , and 7 30 p. m ; Good Fri
day. 10.U0 a. m., 2 p. m.. and 7 30 p.
m ; Saturday (Baatef eve), U a. m ,
holy baptism ; B liter day, choral ser
vices, ti a. m., morning prayer, 10.30
a m , children's service, 7 30 p, m.
F. W. Shear, of Scranton, was a call
er iu towu to lay.
Gardner Bros will open their gentle
men's furnishing store, opposite the
city hall, Friday, March 23. Agency
of the BORARTOM TRJBUNK
Miss Jessie Koefer, of Scranton, is
visiting Houusdale friends.
Hurt Da Hsrr, of the Mnrvinsburg
News,made a hasty trip to town today.
ARCH BALL) HAPPENINGS.
A FolUhsd Wiliei'a U - ,um of Current
Tup ci Up th Rond.
filpectolfo (As ScTonton rwtaae
Arohbald, Pa . March 20. The Car-
bondale Traction company is about to
complete its railway in this borough
.Mr. Sadler and other officials of the
road Were here ou M:idav and made
the necessary arrangements for hsgm
nlng work on the extension It is said
that the track will lie laid on the side
instead of the middle of the road from
Its present terminus, near Moyles' bo
tei, to the Blakeiv borough line, it is
hoped that the road will i. oompleted
without a reenrrenoe of the trouble
that attended tne laving of the part
now in operation. Under the terms of
the ordinance granting the company
the privilege of laying the tracks, the
work is supposed to be oompleted be fore
street Commissioner D.ilTy has a
force of men at work on the Plank
road in the vicinity of the Riverside
store, repairing the highway Whore it
has been almost impassable owing to
the yielding condition of the soil. Tue
springs under the road, at this season,
make it almost as pliable, without giv
Ing it any of the solidity of In liu nih
il r. Mr. DnfTv's men are raising the
ro id ty covering it with ashes from
tie- Klversiu works
Mrs. W. 11. Golden, of Parsons, a
sister of Dr. J. J. K dly, of this nlac-.
died on Monday after a brief illness.
Mrs Golden was well known here.
The Orescent Bleotrio compuiy is
placing an arc light in front of St.
Thomas' church. It will bo lighted for
the lust tune this evening
Patrick Maloney, of Philadelphia, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. An drew
Maloney, ol Salem street.
The school board held a msetlng on
Monday eveuiug for the purpose of con
sidering tho proposals received for the
furnishing of basius, pip-, oco., so that
each room in the graded building may
have a separate supply of water. F. J,
(.' Boyle's proposal for six enamel iron
basins with the necessity futures was
$130 Mr. Bishop's proposal for live
witn fixtures, was $133. The board
accepted Mr. O'Boyle's proposal,
R-v. Mr. Shaw, of Voorheesvills, N.
York , will preach at the morning and
evening services ou t, ister Sunday lu
the Presbyterian church. Rev. M
Shaw eomel here for the purpose of
looking over the field with a view to
accepting a cull from the Prtsbvterian
congregation, who hays no pastor at
present and who have invited bun to
conduct services next Sunday. Mr
Shaw has been a missionary in China
and Japan, and he is said to be a geu-
tli-man of remarkable ability.
Tne board of health will meet for
organiiation in the council rooms at 3
o'clock this evening. It is hoped that
every member will be present.
A large delegation of Odd Fellows
fr m this place paid a fraternal visit
to (Jlyphaut lodge last eveuiug.
1 be Hoso compauy held an import
ant meeting ou Monday evening. There
was n large attendance and much in
terest was saowu in the procosduigs.
It was decided to build a high tower
at one eud of the building uow occu
pied by the company. The proposed
structure will be forty-five foet high,
and besides being useful will be very
ornamental. Officers for the ensuing
term were also nominated these are:
President, John 15 Lack ; vice-president.
W. H. Blake; treasurer, lieury
Myers; recording secretary, H. 0
Ltndermau; financial secretary, Al
bert Michol; foreman, W. H. Blake;
assistants, P. F. Corcoran and William
Myers. S-veral members of Cottage
Hose company called on the Arch bald
boys and asked assistance iu their ef
fort to erect new hose rooms. The
Arcub ild firemea generously olferei to
co-operate with them.
Drs. Murphy, of Dunmore, and Kear
ney, of Scranton, were m towuyester
Charles Law spent Sand iy in Avoca.
Miss Millie tJlmtr, of Carbondale,
called on friends here yesterday.
Tbs Ladies' Ai l society of the Pres
byterian ohurch will meet on Thurs
day evening at the residence of James
M. Eaton on Laurel street.
John H. Lindermsu, of tho Third
ward, will lie a candidate for delegate
to the Republican county convention.
Mr. Liudertuan is a popular young
gentleman, who will make it inter-Ht-Ing
for anyone w ho dares oppose him.
Mr. and Mis Pattiok Gillespie and
son. Joseph, of Pittston, are visiting
Mr and Mrs 'I homes J. Healy.ot Main
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Bi8Covery know Its value, and tuoso who
have not. have now tho opportunity to try
it Free. Call on tho advertised Druggist
and get ft Trial 15 ol tie, Free, Send your
mi inn and address to II. Iv lluckleii & 'o,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Free, ns well us a
copy of Guide to Health and Iloii-ohold
Instructor, Free, All id winch is guaran
teed to do you good iiml colt you uuthing.
Matthews Hros. Drugstore,
is visiting ber parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Tiffany.
Mrs. Cogswell, of Lunanville. is visit
ing Miss Alice Vananken.
Ed. Penny has moved to the Hollister
E P. Mack, who has been confined
to his home tor the past woek with a
severe cold, is aide to be out again.
Miss Margaret Mct'ue entertained a
number of her lady friends at the
home of E M. Cl.umsrd Wednesday
in honor of her neice, Miss Howell, of
West Pittston. Tea was serv' d at 0
o'clock and a very pleasant time was
enjoyed by all.
M. Chuuiird visited Scranton
CULLED AT CaitBONOALE.
Pen Pictures of .lima, and Soenee on the
Plonesr City Midway.
Special tu the Nrnoilott 2Vi6uns.
Carbondale. Pa.. March 20 At
Inst uight's mesting "f board of
trade $20,000 iu stock subscriptions
w us relied to scure the erection lu
city of a disirable miinulacturiug
lesterdny Mrs taniiie Wherry pur
chased the house it it il lot at the corner
of Chestnut and B-linont streets, off
Hortoil C. Dilts; consideration $2,100
Mrs. Joseph Rogers, of Caanan street,
who has been in ill health for n long
tune, was today admitted to the hos
pital, where she will undergo treat
ment Miss Katie Fox, of South Church
street, la v isiting Scran tou Irieuds.
Miss Jauette McMillan. of New York,
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Jumes McMillan, of North Church
Henry Finch, of Scranton.is visiting
W. E Bwarls, of Gilbert street.
Tiioinaa Reese nss returned to
Wllkes-Barre after a short stay with
Csrbond ile friends,
Mr mi l Mrs A S Lewsley returned
this afternoon troin Nineveh, N. Y.,
nttor enjoying a brief visit with the
Utter s parents.
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A BAN D CONCERT.
Young America's I ietUutlon Will Ren
dor a Pleasing- Proirremme.
BptcUU to the Scranton Tnbum.
MlNOOKA, Pa , March 20.- -The enter
tainment and ball of the Young Amer
ica Cornet baud which takes place ou
Eister Mou i. iv evening at Father
Matthew hall, Miuooka, promises to le
a decided success. The following pro -gramme
will be randored
Piano Solo Professor Davis
Vocal Solo John Casey
Voc d Solo Mrs. M. J. Eagau
Vocal ISolo Professor Sheams
Violin olo Daniel ClnnoDS
Vocal Solo Edward Mclutyre
Vo' ol Solo Allss Jeunie I.aughney
Vocal S do James Couaboy
Banjo and Outtar ,. Jones and Housered
Vocal bulo Miss Annie McDonough
Vocal Solo Thomas CJuiun
Mr, Con and Miss Julia Mahony
Vocal Solo Mis Delia Lituiran
Vocal Solo Samuel Maueuy
Stump Speech Peter Casic
Misses Mary 1,'awley and Annie Mullen
Solo Thomas Grimes
Recitation P. O. Bolaud
Solo A. J. Duffey
Solo Thomas Heffroii
Song and Dauce..York Walker and Friend
FUNERAL OF ISAAC ELLIS.
Large Audience Pays Tribute the Vir
tuse of the Deceased.
Bp$cUU to the Scranton Tribune.
Daltun, Pa , March 20 The ser
vloee connected with the burial of our
late towusmau, Isaac Ellis, were bel 1
at the Baptist church at 2 p m. The
church was thronged with sympathiz
ing friends, many of them from out of
town, who thus desired to show their
respect for the deceased, whose sterling
worth and noble integrity of character
had won for him hosts of friends.
Rev. James Fielding preached the
sermon and Hev. J. It. Angel, of the
Methodist church assisted iu the ser-
MARCH 21, 1894.
Your choice d' three beautiful
pictures, "Telephone Girl," "De
livering Christmas Presents"
and "Maidens Swinging." Send
by mail or messenger or bring
coupons like tliisot three (lillcr-
ent dates, with iu cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Pi mi Ave. und Spruce St.
JOTTED AT JF.rtMYN.
Little Locals of Intre. H o i denied
Intelligent Rend -e
Vifttaltn the So anion TWOUSS.
Jkii.myn, Ph., March 20. -Presiding
Elder Thorpe, of Honesdale, will preach
in the Methodist church Sou lay even
Don't forgot the entertainment of the
Catholic Mutual Benefit association,
March 27 A good programme is being
The Odd F"11owb' Hall is to be light
ed by electricity in the near future.
Miss Lissla Roche has recovered from
her illness and has resumed her posi
tion with Winter A; Co
G. A. Dayton, of Blnghsmton, and
D. U. Taylor, of Scott, wore Jcrmyn
The Ivlgerton Coal compnny will pay
their employes tomorrow.
,1. It Griffiths trans icted business in
Mrs, Harriet Russel, who fell re
OSntly, breaking three ribs, is Improv
Dr. and Mrs. M. j. Shield have re
turned from their southern tour.
Preparations are under way for the
fair of the St. AloysiiH society, which
will take place in April. There is no
doubt of its success
Condensed News Notse from a Peaceful
Hamlet til Rural It irons
M I f- "ie " ' I 'i 'mi IWftuilf.
Lindavillk, March 20. -Ralph Stsar
ling attended a sndo at Lynn last week
and brought hum five bend of stock,
Mrs. George Tiffany, of Hitrrlsburg
JT Mm. ii. 11.
. - J) tod.
JOUN E. mw
psAisoxt ja$ ML
Whatcum, 5e J
Write Us at Once
If You Wish to Know
Has done for Us
MrH. Annie Schrclncr
Hood's Is the Grandest
Raised from a Weak and
To Perfect Health and Strength
After Four Years Suffering.
"C. I. Rood & Co., Luuell. Mass.:
"Otntlemes i think Hood's SerseperiUa is
tho grandest ilseovsry yrt made, and It fulfill
even more thau you claim for It. My wife hoi
been slok lor the past tout years. For three
years she was so had that she WSJ unable to do
any of her bOUSCWOrk, We had good physicians,
but she did not retovai her health. She was
lull, i in;: Iron) Bright1! disease and
LaincnesK In tho Back.
Her tongue was covered with blisters, had no
appetite, and was wry weak ami Inn with gen
cial debility. I Insisted on her taking Hood's
Bartaparllla, ami IhS has ben hnprntlug ever
since. She bus taken live bOttlSS, and Is so well
that lor three months she has dene her bouse
wnrk, an. I we have seven children." Aco.
BcBMuotB, AJientown, Pennsylvania.
Hood's Pills euro liver Ills, constipation,
biliousness, jaundice, tick headache, tmincsiiou.
MOOSIC POWDER CO
Booms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bld'g,
MINING and BLASTING
Made at the MOOHIC and RUSH
K l Lark nrtlli
Mrs. Snlll "r-y
iuiiv, ir t
In Speedily Curing
After all Else Failed.
Cuticura Has Worked
Wonders in Our Cases
And Has Proved Itself
Entitled to All Praise
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
Here are hundreds of young men and young women in thti
country who have splendid ability, but they have never beeu
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yon
are tired of inactivity and vaut to do something tangible,
come lo the College.
COMMON ENGLISH COU USE.
sm K l ii , ii COURSE. n -ri tt.t. . .
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
M.VV VTOAU OPEN'S .lANL'AKY 1.
Onyx Top Brass Table
Lsfllin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Elertrlo Batteries, Fusei for explor
ing blsste, siifoty Fuse and
RepaunoChemical Co. 's High Explosives
A. Pi C.H.
Dr. K. Grewer
The Philadelphia . pp.cialist,
And bis muncutod lUH of Bnstlsh and Oer
man rnsswianskare now pormanentli located
Temple Court Building
.tl I BPftUCE ST.,
Wbers Ihoy may bo eonsnlted LiAlLY AND
The Doctor Is a graduate ot tho University
Cf 1'cDnayIvanin, fnrmeilf demonstrator ot
physiology and mrgery at the Medico-Cbir-nrKical
Colloge, of Philadelphia. He Is also
an honorary n emher of the MedlroChirur
gleal AaH.iclation, and was physician and
urgoon In-chlcf of tho most nntcd American
and Herman lioepitals, eomos highly Indorsed
by tbj leading professors of Philadolpbla and
His many years of hosDital experlenoe en
sbles this eminent physician and surgeon to
correctly diagnose aud treat all defores t es
and diseases with the most flattering euecess.
end his htuh standing in tho state will not
ell iW him to aeoept anv ineurable case
I.OSI MA.NHfltlll KKTOIIKO.
WElKNRiS OF yni'vo HKS Cl'ltKn
11 you have neon given up r,y your physi
cian call upon the doctor and I e examined.
He cures the worst casesof Nervous Debility.
Scrofula, Old Sores I atarrh, Piles. Fomale
Weakness. Affections of the Kiir, Eye. Nose
and Tbrnat, Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Can
cels and Crinnlea of eyerv descrintion. (in-
enltatlon In Kmrlisb nnd Herman Free, which
ball 1h considered sacred and strictly contl
Iiffioo Hourei OA. M. to U r. M. Daily.
Snndnv, a.m. In ' p m.
National Bank of Scranton
fa Mr EL HINB8,tPresldent
W.w Watson, Vice Fn-sident
A 13 WILLIAMS. Cashier.
BAkrOlt TliNta, jsmks M' Evkritart,
luviao A. Fiscn. PIBBCI B. Fiklst,
JoHKPH J JRIIMVS. M KXMKHKIL.
Chas. P. Maitiikws. John T Poutih.
W. W. Watson
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This hnnV Invites the patronage of business
men and tlrms generally.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Feb IN. 1804. called for by
Hie Comptroller ail tho Gurn v
l-nnns 1,110,840 no
United States iinmia ko.ooo.ihi
Oilier llimds Di:i,n7a.7a
llaukliiK House 18,074.40
Premiums on U. s. Hands,.., 048,78
Due Iriim II. s. Treasurer 7.000 no
liua rrilttl Hunks 008 4 1 11 7:1
Capital 8300,000 OO
Bursjlns aso oon 00
tlndlvldvil ProOta DOiHtilMI
lllvlilviida liiinld 884.80
l)iioslls.' 1,A(I4.UOO A4
iino to lianks ae.auo.no
SM, 808,880. 00
WILLIAM CONKKLL, President
UliO. II. TATLIN, Vice-President.
William ii in k. Cashier
wminm Connelt, Qoortre 11. Catlln,
Alfred llnitd. .Ihiiios Arrbbald, llvnry
li.. 1 1 11. Jr., WIllL.m T. No, ill,. Lutbor
Tills bank offers lo depositors every
ftirlllty uarrimted by tllelr biilunces, busi
ness and responsibility.
Special attention given lo business uo
counts. Interest paid on tluu deposits.
Hat and Coat Racks. 3-hook, 25c; 5-hook, 50c.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
The most complete
in the market.
Hull & Co.
205 AKD 201 VT0H1HG AVE.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OP
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
For tlie Baby
Hr BB lli iff
XHIS WE El v we remember the little
darlings in the form of a Nicely Up
holstered BABY CARRIAGE, with fine
running gear, adjustable parasol, and sold
By the way, we show
fifty different patterns of
Carriages, including the
famous 1894 DOWNING
SLEEPER COACH, for
which we are sole agents-
With nil purchases amounting to $.5 or over, wo include a 100
piece Dinner Bot FREE.
Cash or Credit