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THK 6CHANT0N TRDhj.NK-WKDSKSDAY MORNING. MARCH 28, 189 f.
F. E. WOOD,
Gone ra I Manager.
f l BUSBM I1AILY AND WSKKLY IN BCRAB
VOK, l'A.. UV TUI 'ilUUUNkl l'LULISIIINQ
Nm VOIR OltlOK TKIBUW1 IIlii.dino,
FBAHB S. CJkat. M.inaceiu
iMmd at ths J WuH.n ut SkS-OafSM, Ai,
lkCed-CTal lloil ilattrr.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
ECRANTON, MARCH 88, I8M.
SCttAKTOil Ni'T only hail the lost
OOUrt house, the bsst pOStoffiOB,
lift municipal building, tbs best jail,
the best DtWSptptr, the bt't OBUTCB
and the Wit co !c in l'snnsvlvaui:!, bin
she now has tho bi'st theater tad pro
pOUl lOOQ to have the best hotel. Now
is the time to immigrate.
The Nv'w Theater.
The sentiment so Rracsfollj express
eu in Sol Smith RaiMll'l IBMOb t
Monday eVSniag'l tUipiolOtUdtdlMtlOD
of the new FrOthlBgBam the.it r coin
cides with t!t.it of tlij r.t imtj.-rity of
BerantoaUnSi to this baa od rest
less ae wlien men not InfcOQBWtly go
start mud In the chsse for wealth or
bapkrapt their physios reeoure while
I ,;r.iias ' the i u-e that kills." that is
certainly no iu'.i rvu- t. boutnlt;
which offers some plMMnt hours of
lelf-forgettalneea and enai! the bat
worker with brain or tannd to ttttk iu
wholesome entertainment th weariBg
irsiu of business routine that the
..: occasionally exhibits vicious
s u. ;. :o::;s i1os net cbecure tkt iCt
thai iu the aggregate its teui;u-y s
whoieteae, sdaoatiVB and eir.ioh.iaif.
T:.. stsudar.ls of the drama are OOB
euutlv becoming higber. Tae lutellec.
taal and srtiatic demands of Americas
ai:4i-U.-e are OOBttMtly iur?'.ag.
Tie ehi : :a: ::-!-iit,M to these d.
iut:;!s uojt ttr:'or be a improvtag
. '.::. " j 11 that kmproeemeol taaxes
Itaelt manifeatthe whole tenor ot Ihs
atrical ihowi nnmistahabls !as of
It staa with toaob. of reii Inspire
lies that Mr K iss?!! contrasts I the
standards of a quarter of a century
ago, s:; tiJ iootlly la WeSBlBgtOB
. .. . that had to be "serepl out ' for
rias".'j reospti W, wi;u the stani
trdsof today, is typified ia th pU
ttal kerne c: art and entertainment
::l.s'::a Arthur fc'r. -.hi-jgaam ha
endowed m. this ratio ot swift a!
. is pe mealed a'.; other f -fair
botitlsoaly fair to tb propria
lot .t tb r.-T taeater to ssv that it
bad 0 it, architectarallj a: Ussi, be
conee naatfeet in ;:ic:ia taaatr.ct.i
oat:; Mr Frotbioghana'a ma;:c eraai
: i..-i ::. . f:ru a a J save inl cc'.jr
ta exquieite play hoae wbleh :-ei:s
hi nitae That a city of 109000 13
habttanta eo;:-.s ta the naail ai
e atas COKI iri-".-? w.:'a thota of aay
ether etty of ccrreepotding lisa :a the
Uoitei states should be rs:r ::! .:.
iti :tr'a;aa:ea'.3 to oae theater of
tae aira iiaeaejee c'.oj.s wu la Itaalf
aa anomaiy that CO old not lost No
matter u-.w i.ly tba c. i :.l y o tse cs
been aaaaaged, and logwdlaoi of tha
.aaia: m.;.;.tt;.as t.it c.
arouad It, the mare m:meatam cf
Scnarcas :rr?sia:ibie projfre was
hand MM diy to matartaaza in a
r.w and a better taseter :t u:t had
Mtarialtaad -.a otcer bwtaaai direc
booa in tae keen eoas petition by which
al .a -r :?rfa ;i s istaised.
Itihou d, then, be a Batter of con
fer.::, attea that tae paw thaater has
caaae, in the carfectioa of Uaaty. el-
(tar.ee. e-iaeenience aal arr;i-;ajat
that iraeteriSM the rrothinzaam.
When, in parsn-vna of the natnra! law
of kuita's r:7i!ry. t'a profit Aead
trny ihall b tnr.tforml Into a oor-1
letpeodiag Tiaioa of arc.iiteetnral
mtr. a. Bcrahtaaiaoa will be 1
HfSally jrr.ron in thir praise, aal
will tccord to the two rir! hoT tba
'1 Kr::..:r.ttag patronage whteh ach
shall tu't t LTorUl that time cine it
room, luat no Uiuh in throwing oft th
biirdtn ahd in reaplring elaanar air.
It is natural, nodoabt.tlut tho polit
ical banobman of Colonel Hreckinridge,
who view iu hij downfall the BOllapM
of their own Indiridnal fortunaa, should
labor earuvttly to holster him up. We
have rend carefully represutativ
Kaotooky howepaptr comments In tlm
pretnitea and it is our belif that the
proposed ' ovation" to the defendant in
this trial, upon his return bom, will,
if it materializes at all. be merely the
lelflah worU of political parasites, who
find no carcass too vilo for their pesti
lential cultivation Apart from this
class of itentuekian, happily few iu
number, and with the exception, also,
of noiiie Ufedoog friends who csnnot
abruptly relinqnUh 11 coutidenca oven
when it is misplaced, the great ma
Jorlty of respectable oltiisni through"
OUlBreoklnridge'l state ,m uualterubly
opposed to dtceptlon, hypocrisy, sys
tOBtatlO lying and the puerile I'. Ionic
Whine, and they have no ovation to
giVC to the man who unites all these
OrlmM In OUO vast and artistic mass of
i 1 1
Burnt Bgtxgvvii Xextv
AraOPOaOT the tri-lateral legilla
tive tiht In the Piral district John J.
Morris f.tvors Tun Taint ni: with an
interesting communication iu which
th merits of CtadidateD 1'. Thomss
are eloquently" eel forth. While this
journal esteem Mr Thomas highly
nd recogntte his long lerrloa to the
party, it does uot feel that it OUghl to
tike upon itself any of the functions of
the ii'.ttrict's nominating convention
Whoever shall be the fair choice ot the
majority In that convention, whether
Mr. rhomaa, Mr Chlleaple or Mr. Farr,
he will receive Tui Triduxi's undi-
Vided support i but until then we pie
ter to view the Dght from a distance.
toot uissh aritoeraoy,
Kdoug to tb
1 he Light Problem,
la view of the fact that V. U IJock
well, treasurer and manager of the
Middietowu Doeheu Traotion company
la the pioneer of public electric light
lug .a t'u: city, ssver.il councilman
and citi4as have suggested that an
ispreaaion from him relative to the
propoaed patcbaee by the city of an
electrical plant would h.v value In
response to request for u txpert
opl ion Mr Rockwell favors Tut:
TlUbl Nt with the following
It weald ii-ti lo me that if the
city propoea to seriously consider the
purchase of a municipal lighting plant
.; would be sdvisabU for council! to
appoint a committee to investigate the
ralue f the plant which nas recently
en 1 ::red to t is city and also asjer
taia f.r what the pUr.t coull be
duplicated, while not wishing to say
anything recat ry to
Isnr. iti i.sv.rth.eiess well known
..: . itaprov 1 appirttue mny b
trcbaaed at the pretest tim, for test
the management of which the Mau
villes havo steadily opposed umiecet
ry Sunday traffic Uut there havo
been times when, bsd Mr. llallstead
weakened, thli entire commnnlty
would doubtless have witnessed the
complete disappearance of Sunday a a
ttttt day for trainman; and instead of
the OOmperattve iiulst tint now pre
vail on our railway lines, there would
have bseii a cessslo.s roar of traffic and
uu incessant wearing nt of human
energy in a largely neodltM and use
less CXOetl of commercialism. Ths
fact that he did not weaken, but that
Rgaiott strong prcisuro he interposed
the heroic obatinaoy ot a pertoBtilty
that has becom proverbial for Its grit
i one which has commuted, us we
now know, a distinguished moral re
source and a conspicuous sanitary
sal eg uard
l or it Is useless to overlook the fad
that much Sunday, traffic is wholly au
pet tluoue Ths running of passenger
trains in limited namber has, Indeed,
bcootua as much a nsoesstt; under prss
Ml eoclsl conditions ns has the running
of strtct cars in large cltlrs To lay
down au invariable law of complete
and utter abstention from all labor 011
the Christian Sabbath would be to go
fsrther lu ths direction of sxcesslvs
austerity than most modern prrsuu
would approve, and farther, even, than
Christ went during Ml sojourn upon
earth 1' udr our later conditions, the
running of csrtaiti freight train, too,
it a necessity, w hich could lottosly bt
done away with without a ralaptt into
su obsolete civilit ition Vet It does
seem (tosslhle frOW a OOUttnOU sens
Itandpolnt to draw the line closer than
it is drawn on uiost railways lu this
country, to he, in fact, tempi rate in
our morality and uot intemperate to
ward oithtr out extrsiu or tiie other
And progress in this nun direction de
serves grateful popular rec IgOltiOU.
tb in half tiie
.-Las.1 1 st tae ttuie tu:s , ,nt wo bout,
tn fa.:: I won Id ..a u better 000 tract
SO KAliLl , do the men who mak
tho newspapers ot this city purpo.vlv
obtrndt their nam's 111 print that We
feel it will b permitted us to make an
exception iu the case of Mr. JtlUtl
O'Connor, who will this morning lend to
St. Ptter'l cathedral altsr, iu wedlock
one of Bcraoton'i fairest daughters . Tun
TBIBUitI desires to take advantage ol
this btppy occasion to pay a well -de
served tribute to the uniform courtesy,
fidelity and manliness with which Mi
Ol'ouuor has performed the difficult
duties of journalism, covering all those
rears In winch Bcranton has been n
growing au.l famous city. As city
editor of ths Truth, both lately and
la the days when the Truth was h?w
ing tiie pathway to it present txalttd
; position, Mr. O'Connor was brought
I much Into contact with all classes and
conditions of men; and while always
retaining their confi Itnot and always
faithful to the interests of his employ -
ti e itrereil e nevertheless m'g!e3ted no chance
to i)eiri.o:a wortuy unaersaaiogs ann
encourago struggling enterprisi. If
good work, modestly and carefully
done, be any claim to popularity, Mr.
O'Connor Will thi-i morning receive
many cordial coagratnlalion.
The 8reklnrMgt Beandal't Moral.
.Wie YuiK 9WU
Never before have the peril, attgulth nnd
corrnntion of such neretrlciOns conditions
been brongbt oui so forcibly as in tbe story
IbUfl far t old on ihu Stand in this case, H
hat been without an alluring feature to
ilistraot attention from Its blackness end
Its bidaoutneas, It deaoribea experiences
Which tr.no first to liwt wen- WltUQIlt any
rtiuiaallc tmue to hid-i thoir real d 'prav-
itv It tells of 1 elation in which there
was no bapninesi to provoke in any inlnd
a desire forsooh forbidden ataoclationt
It constitutes only awainin agalnstan
taring into a path winch must Inevitably
UaVa au ending uu palufnl anil OOHgra. uful.
This nan ami 1 his womtn kept up the out
Ward form of tfftOtiOU when net mil I y tho
reeling between them wuh runu hatred
Tbay were criminal together, each din
trustful ot the other, ami sack distraught
by tbe vilo bondage of license, deceit aad
psrfld) into which thoy had fullen.
Hare It' a. I t i Keiiuu.
nil Vilu Mluttrd
Pntlsnt plodding, ptisUtantiy prose
onted, produsti permauent prosperity,
7mi sahmin symptoms of dyspepsia,
such an d Is ties tftsr eating, bsirtonm
and occasional bendacbes, h , uii not lie
uegletted, Take Hood Mnrtaparllla if
you with to bo cured,
Noon's hi i cure nil her die, billona
lies", Jaumllce, luiilgnstloii, nt, U held
than to utallJ a plant captblt of light
ing tie streets tetter than at present,
covering the saiae territory, for 100.
" ,r.:s than the nresiut plant is
j tfiered to the ct'y for.
. 1 tignre. In fnot, covers the com
j msrciai lighting now running from
.:s Blir.t, which, of conrs. the city
-c ill l b- ;ermit:eJ to oprate.
i Dedactiag the caiaraercial deptrtment,
it. ;i I sin correctly informed, in
the negfiborhood of 100 lights for ths
stre-i only A plsnt of this sizs could
I be built for $190,000 lent than for what
i tbe present plant it offered. In other
words, a 400 light plant can be bniit
. iv, wiili t"e latest improved ma
chinery, covering the present territory
lighted, f it tbrtt $100,000 "
:.a-ia C. ia .'.iit'.ja len, of select
! eouttdl, inform Tui Tsui e that he
at n as yet forr.i l any opinion in
regard to W, W, Scran ton's offer. lis
thinks that "th matt-.- iboulJ Ds
:-.tei in th meaner capitalists
, nasally trext offered invtttmtnta A
I committee of the cooneilt, together
with nn expert electrician tad book
-;.." s .', j! 1 a ippo.nted to thorough
r irivtiiita the i, lint ant its rav.
weald be taTidlooaand naeblvalrie not I iWj tfl, rHolt lhonM M ,,,,,
to reader to Mr Frotbingbsm and bis
assi: .:.: the cordial ooogratalation
which wrm-bstrte-1 -frranton 1 vr
rviy .0 act'.ri to iur.t and to rnlr
j:Ue. whrer sSasif ested ; anl to feel
in the ma't'rr tr.at honorable fcrtd.
which a municipality may feel, that
Mcsiti citiseat eoaetastly ttriviag to
s-xptnd iu renown and perfect its mv
HAOTUUia AJTXAM to have it; Heat
ings has it and it will soon be so or
bafort the city govvrnmtnt and t-ie
Ths ideas of Slect Conncllmsn
'"orgi Sooderton on he lobjest coin
cide sabstaatially with thois of Cap
tail May, Ha tainks tha tndencls in
all maoielpatitles i toward doing thsir
own lighting, on account both of
cOBVOSteaet and chtaousaj. He has no
loowledgoof th cost of roanlng Mr,
Beranton'i plant or othr ntlnotlae'aon'
eevaiag it. It wonid est th city, n
benndtYtteod It. about 1)00,000 190,
ii') cash and 4:) U'l'l of bonds to hi a
Ki'HEaoctPATXSTS have already been I tamed, Ihscity of rbiladelpbla is
takes r at for toe underground trolley now rionly oousidsring th subjsot,
system of opertttsg street Bin, The I and the nfUmete of cost for that large
.Metropod tsn Tr 1' ' Ion r-',:;.;,i:,y r,t ,'.w lity is sbriit V','W, OoO It will thus bs
York ls offering almost fabnloSS pr.is teen th-it the priOS the city WOBld havo
for designs that will do away with th
ovri.nd troll"-t.'de end vir. Homo
of ths line day American gCBini will
s umbU npoa the proper solution and
there will bo a revolution In transit
circl Nobody bolleved that tho lirt
typesetting rnachlri'i mant wnnt It
did. lint today th handicraft of thn
old tims oompoaitoT liglviog way, u
'.ver th'j country, to ths steady and
obedient click, click of the mechanical
type eom poser.
BxPgaUKRCI am fitness should have
prefmeore In tho sslectios of municipal
offices. Unfitness should have no show
A Uer.d Sensation,
interest in the PolUtd -llreckiurl Ig
cast) subsided Immedintoly after the
annouucemetit of the (Ufeudant's linn
of defense. It Is no novelty to hnv a
woman' character blsckened in court.
Tba plaintiff in this action was not,
however, on trial. Her own testimony
constituted as comprehensive a confes
sion of guilt ns the public hal any roa
son to wish for. When lSrerdtinridgn's
lawyers ssld that the venerable nnd
aristocratic congressman, the eloquent
nnd chivalrous Kentuuklan, who had
for decades posed before his constitu
ents us a model of manly propriety nnd
lofty virtue, would hide his hoary head
iu the folds of the plaintiff's petticoat
nnd enter tbe baby plea, that single as
sertion settled his fate, and a public
whose lunga had too loug been polluted
with the stilling atmosphere of crime,
hypocrisy, cowardic 1 and vile passion
that permeates Judge Bradley's court
lo piy Mr BorantOO is iorrp .11 lingly
PaTIOVAOI fOOLTIOSI wll divided
heal tastlonal torts
. . ..
W:: aORBg With the I'hlladelphln
I'rsts that the raising of the f'auiuron
Ittae In state ssbatorlal districts nd
BOf e , Involve danger to It
publican I BO OCSS If a candldnta b
for Cameron, h iboold say so, and
itaod the contsquincse, if bs he op
noted to ' 1 in 1 . on principle, now I
the time to say that If the ltpublli:an
parly Is IQOh a delicate organtin that
it csnnot endurn the draught of u lit
tie ilain talking, It had bsttSf uot have
any candidates, senatorial or other
Anh HWH "ays nothing.
1 w ' . -Sunday
Thn mutual ilecision recently entered
into by the Reading and Lthigh Valley
railronds, nnd partially nscntml to by
tho Jtrtey Ctntral comptny, to restrict
a much as posslblo the running of Sua
day trains is a substantial moral vie
tory for that sturdy Sorantoni.-tn. dsn
mi tfansger w. K Hallateed, ol ths
DtlaWBre, liickawanua and Western
railroad. Thut hi laflrXlbU opposition
to the conversion of Sunday Into a bitty
traffic day has been the primary reason
for this new BOVt of rival uompanies is
a probability that is nearly a certainly.
To bo tare, certain otbor railroads
have long observed Suudny us a rest
day foreuginos, cara and ortWS, COB
spic.ious among these has bum tbe
Oelawsr and Hudson company, in
Thk I VCt is chronicled by a west-iru
electrical journal that the city of Mo
line, ill, has recently abandoned its
experimental ownership of a gas and
electric light plant Th reason itiven
for this course is that the lights wert
costing tho city mure pir voir under
municipal ownership than they ha I
er st or would coat nndff privats i-in-trad
We mention this incident for
what it is worth All Scrantonlani
are agreed that if any experiment of a
llmilsf nature is to be triol here, it
should be undertaken only tfter ths
ftill-st Investigation, The present pur
pose of The Triui nk is to give as wide
publicity as it can lo any information
calculated to aid lu the formation of a
wise conclusion by councils and tic
IitroiatATIOM HAS be -ii lodg'd with
tho aggressive editor of the Wilkes
itsrre Times that lirother Harrity is
trying to formulate a LaSlfUt OO-operative
Democratic ciiipie, a kind of
patronage trust, ho to spjak. Tue da
tails of the scheme Indicate that both
Hmes and ths Isnihans arn to bo
tornad nndtr, together with the seaich
sinf,iiitT lyndioate. Dsmocrats of tin
ki I gloVS type an to be loitalled in
lUthority and political anarchy ls ex
parted to follow rapidly. All this is
InteS toting, bat It strike uithat an
arcby Is pretty aearlytht Drra-Mratlc
condition already As fur I.azerne's
bscomliiir Republican In the future It
seems to hire reach I that point, anl
It Is doubtful If It will aver regret it.
Tin: who iioetn'l want to be
bored or OOfrOptsd hud better sleer
oltar of Aoivricsu legltlatlve ISSSSt
Hasnii 1 if vi H a political Misuse that
is Indicated Invar iabiy by Inorsatsd it
public in majorities.
Ah Mam JOMM would
kicked cur soon vlps
Rnnrlav stallread Tr.llli
a ' nfSwa ' sift
Everybody wnoinis thopplBS todort
coiil.ea tho (eiinlav rinsing and dots hi.
I urchaHliiK tiie day hnfora or loaves It fin
IBs day after An abnlltlOC of Sumlsy
freight would followed by thetamt i
suit. Bhlnpert ami enatlgneta weuld n
me in bet tho tntervtntloQ of SgBdayaud
govern tbsmttlVM aorordlBglyi Prtlghi
liaiiii ro human Thet need a day or
rest as wall as averv oiiiM tirmi mortal
They don't winl Ihls OQ WsdOttdBy,
TbBreday or Friday, hat oa thsdsy wbts
all other USB ar ceasing from work.
Nw Natloii.l Hymn.
jty eoBBtry, 'ti ot thee,
Iweet land of lib rty,
Or then I ling,
I. slid where th" whceln are lied,
Land where luduetriM died,
r to ths Bos'ith tide
Tool! in; id wing '
My 11 nt 1 vo tonntry, thee,
Land to which panper Hue,
'I bay BBBM I love.
1 lova 1 h y tlevslsBd frills,
Thy in. trsds taritr bill.
TbyOretbamt, Orlspttnd Mill),
Mora fruiii thoV
l."t it, ti I" swell the Inee.e,
Democrats, to tour knees,
And (Well Ihe Mmg.
Lot those who hronxht this Tu'.e
Tneir mtdlcin take straight,
And three years I ni. i wait
To right the wrong.
Mar father, U. over C,
Mogul of misery,
To that WB 'lug
ltcar With us if you 1 au,
Mat if nut, like a Man,
Say that you do not care a
Fur say 1 blag
Puwhutt i'atlty Oftoatr,
Some . .
305 Laoka. Avenue.
lENKINSd MORRIS, for mrly with
Leah Jones, display n larce ami
well-oelected stock of Fashionable
Spring Styles in Millinery.
Especial attoutioa given to Artistic
This week many will look and later on you will buy
Carpets, Curtains and Shades
Alter you have moved or done your spring housecleaning.
Therefore, we ask you not to lose sight of the fact that ours is
the largest stock in this city, and as we buy and sell lor cash
you can save dollars by supplying your wants right here.
When Carpets, Curtains and Shades are sold at dry goods
profits you know what that means. We have Rag Carpets, Hemp
Carpets, Ingrain Carpets, Brussels Carpets, Velvet Carpets,
Moquette Carpets, Axminster Carpets and Wilton Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Linoleums, Mattings, Rugs of every description and
size, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Velour Curtains.Chenille
Curtains, Upholstering and Drapery Materials ot all kinds
Designs and estimates furnished for all kinds ol Interior
Decoration by the most skillful artists.
Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
With the New Valves
Out of Sight
hir new Bicycles are now
to be seen at our 314 Lacka
wanna avenue store.
In Gold and Silver.
406 SPRUCE S
To DIME BANI
Prayer Book Mark-
Easier Book Mar'..-.
Hand-painted Easter Eggs. Silver-mounted
Leather Goods, suitable lor Easter Gilts.
SVIsrcereau 4 Ccnneil
N. A. HULEERT'S (jKNDRONS. m: mckawassa vi
: ' .
City Music Store, BBSiSt HOUSEHOLD
- WXOillXtt AYr, boramtm
Si 1 1 1 V XV V SMM
DECKER HKoi-HKtta aim
U HAM. II & !!.( It CTUuaa
Hit; 1.1. Hi i. 1 1 i
4 t tore tKk of ft rut clue
Ml sm Al. MEHCHANUItttt
kltsio, ETa, LIU
minimi, DLABT1M0 AM BPOBTINO
MnnufBi tin t il nt Ihi WftpWfiltOMn Mill, Lu
Mfftll riMinly 1'it. hihI nt Wll-
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
0nra1 Aiini tot lbs Wyoailai putriet,
mB Wyoming Ave . Scrantun
ihini Kstloual iiunk Balldla
Ulii roHU. i ''-i t'a
.li.HN tl MM1TII ,V WN. I'l) ini.ulh Pa.
E V Ml XlOA . Wllks rirr.v Pa
a ... i .. in, tin, HepattBe UBsoiloai Can
t uu v s tiisii i . iileelvw
Timothy. Clover and Lawn See:s,
314 Lacka. Ave.
Foote 6l Sliear Co.
513 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Engraving iron and STEEL
AXNOl M l MI N IS
RECEPTION M 181 1 1M.
CRESTS), Ml M B
mi DINNER CARDS
Slnlioners end Engr. vcr v.
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Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
H0IS1INGANU PUMPING MACHINtRY.
QsBsral Offica SCRANTON, P.v
! DO YOU REQUIRE
Will remove about April 1st to 2 2 Wyoming Ave-II ACCURATE
nue (V. M C A. Building), with a full line of
Pianos and Organs
At Wholesale and Retail, on easy monthly payments. It will jg
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ASK YOUR GROCER AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
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EVERY HAM AND RAIL OF LARD BRANDED.
IBTOaSiSPPLIIBDTHE STOWERS PACKING CO., SCRANTON, PA
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
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