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iHE SCR ANTON TI? El? UN E YlTTrR S D AT MORNING. MARCTT 20. 1894.
LIVE NEWS OF
The scimnton Timnrafa Pittston de
partment is iu charge of .1. M. Kahy, to
whom mows itema and complaints may be
DIED FROM MORPHINE
Th. Coroner' Jury So Dcid In th
Cast of Frank McDonndl.
The inquisition governing tliees. of
Frank McDountdl, who died one week
ago today at the Monroe Gold euro,
took place in the Eagle hotel parlor
Testrilay afternoon. Deputy OotODW
John K. Perkins was present nnd con
ducted the inquest. Dr. De Von, who
was called to attend the dead nun, was
worn and testified to having round
lIoDonnotl rafforing with nervous
prostration and alcoholism Hit con
dition showed unmuUkabU llgOl of
collapse. He administered the Qeees
ary remedies prescribed in inch cases,
iu ths hop of reviving lit iu. but to no
avail. When Hsked by CoronU lr
km in W indirect maimer if McDon
nell had, in his judgment) received tho
proper medical treatment, ho answered
ha ha.i not
Or. E. K. Trozall, who tuvd the
antopay, was sw.ru and said the ex
amination of tne heart, liver and
kidueys OUud them iu a healthy oondl
lion, Tba Indications ehowed plainly
that the dead nan died from an ovet
doaa of morphine When aski.t what
amount of the 3mg would produce
destu to a inbjeet unaooustomed to us
use he said one grain,
!r Roan, the pnyeiolan employed at
the institute, was next sworn When
asked whether he was qualified prac
ticiug phyaioian or not he answered by
pro IttCing a certificate .r.iutd by a
oollege ia Vermont, He further stated
that for ths want of funds he was M
able to hsve his uame reistrred at
W:.kes-Brre, as the law require, iu
relating what happened the day
McDonnell died he told how
the dead man cam to the institute
early iu the dav and applied for tre.it
Mat lis was ajc;-tet aud about 3
o'clock he administered oae-foartu of a
gram of morphine but it appear jd uot
to produce the desired results. After
listening to some additional evidence
I': ; :rv weu: :u:.- secre: see ton. Tu.v
rendered verdict to the effect that
Fraas McDonnell died from an over
dose of morphine at the Monro tioM
Th Niw. tf Twj Cttlea Told ia Brief
Miae Ann L.ir. of : i VTeat Side, i
visiting he: sister. Mr. T. Watims, in
Frank Coward, of Binghamton. ia
visiting lis pnranta on the West ?ile
Charles itevsis has gone to Perth
Amboy, N J., where be will reeid
Mrs J. N Terw.lhger is visiting
fnsnd in Qibson.
Miss Fred Harris, of scrtntoo, is
v::::s$ friend here.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore strong, of
Boaqnahnnna avenue, are a: Atlantic
Mrs. E M Mulligan and daughter.
E.eaaor, of Wi;ts-EU:re. were gu:s
cf ner father, M. W. Morris, of Will
iam s'irt, yesterday
John Ke'. has broken ground for to
erct a doable frame dwelling on his
lot cn Broad street.
Mrs. Dr. Eutthins is visiting friend
Mr. Myer S:.er has returned from
a visit with aer pare-ta ia New York
W. L. McD;asU left yeeterdav for
Trinity guild will meet this after
noon at the aome of Mrs. H. B Stark,
of Montgomery and Spring streets,
Iris not what its prosnetor say, bn.
wnat Hood's Sarsapanl.a dos, that tells
the story of it merit. Hood'. Saraapur
nia curve. e
TAVLOR TOPICS REHE1RSE0.
Brief Sew fetttaaja from the N.w
.Sb-:ai ' A .Sb-iao Trih'itv.
Taylor, Pa., March 28, Henry
Lntnoldt is homi frim Chicago
where he is attenling college
J B WinsloT was in Great Bend
for a few days ton ,;
Annie Ci. of Kingatos, has re
turned horn") after a few days visit
with Liliie J met
Tr.e publisher of the 1 aylor Herald
have dissolve I pirtaership, Mr. Owen
retiring Mr Moran will continue the
This afternoon a young man, Christy
iJoyle, of ftodham, was instantly
killed in the Sibley mine by firing a
Knot. He was a rnemW of S:. Josth'
society, I. C B. L' , No. KM, who will
meet Ihnriday night to arrange for at
tending the funeral.
The Taylor correspondent of the Ftv
pnbiican ys today in his column tnat
the borough question is not yet decid
ed. We had onr Information from re
liable partie, and we can further say
nod repeat Taylor is a borough. W
first announced the new post mater
;ind w r first in the flld with the
news. The Republican it away off, a
nsaal, in laying w ari no borough,
Head and nbscribe for The TaiSUKS
only 45 cnts par month.
All th Nsw of heeu'lfil Town
fitrrtal tit M Srrrtnton Tritium.
HOOma Pa., March H -Tfta Loyal
T"inpernce Legion met Tneeday nven
iug in the basement of the 1'reabyte
rian chureh on Main street. The elec
tion of officer took place. Thoee
elected to 111. office were a follows
Preeident, Miss Bessie Hinds; vice
presiilonta, Peter Weir and Miss Mattie
Hinds; secretary, Sam iio.nn, trea
nrer, Hunry Kirk; organist, Miss
Blanche Tregallii; librarian, Mil
Mamie Hind The legion meets every
Tnes'lay evening at 7 .31 in the Chris
tian Endeavor room in the Presbyte
rian church on Main street. Every
body is cordially invited to come.
Mrs. E. S. Torr.of Avoca, ban opened
a milinery store In the place occupied
by Miss Kate E. Qilliok, next to the
Robert Alexander and family, of
South Main street, moved Thursday to
Mrs. John Mott and Hons, Lonard
and Fred, and-MIss Gertie Hamlin, of
Penn itvenu, aro visiting at the home
of Mr. Mott's Darents at Lako Ariel.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
In their worst forms ar cured by the
use of P. P. P. If you are dobilitatod and
run down, or if you need a tonio to regain
flesh and lost nppetlte, strength and vigor,
tak P. P. P., uud you will strong and
hualtby, For shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Rftot and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier in the world. For sale by all
Do You Know What It is That Makes
the Difference ?
No Matter to Which Class You May
Belong You Need to Know
What makes some people plump nnd
fleshy and others thin and bony? I
the hnman ho ly run and ahaped in an
invisible mould'.' And what strung
elTecis thla difference produces Beauty
alwar demands curves -it uover al
lows angle. A woumu may be thin
and graceful but not thin and beauti
ful. With men the qrJoattOQ of II -ah,
artistically (peaking, is of less import
slice; yt't it msv bo of great ccnaa
nuance In other respects. Too much
fat is a burden too little is also a iorl
Dot disadvantage, How can wo strike
the golden mean if, indeed, we can
strike it at all. With the Turks fat is
the standard of beauty, and with all
nation a reasonable amount of it is the
measure of health in animals and in
men. (tut the tendency svems to be
tbe wrong way just now. There is a
vsst DOntber Of gaunt, pale, thin, peo
ple . people msuifestly miller the pro
per sue and weight. Many of tin 111
are actually emaciate I yet not mark
edly suite ring from rOOOgniiabl di
leaaa Moot of them oat heartily
ome of them voraciously. Still thev
remain thin lometime repulsively
so. Commonly they are also very
tOUOhy and sensitiv. Thev have nor
vei; they are full of nerves. They
catch OOld very easily, they are upset
by tntl s. they lck force aud courage
While not necessarily ill at any par
ticular time they are the ready victim
of disease, and fall in multitu les be
fore any epidemic, They provide 000'
inmptioo with most of its subjects.
Now, if t tie y eat why don't ttiey grow
deehy : Why do thev continue pale,
thin aud feeble: Itecauss they do not
digest aud assimilate their food In
deed their meal more oftsu work
narm thau good. The torpid aud dis
ordered stomach cannot do the work
Imposed on it. The oontenM ferment
aud putrefy au 1 scatter DOeiOOOU acid
all through the body, eettiug up gout,
rheumatism, broncQtti. eetisumption
and profound nervous maladies Tue
system grows feverish. Often there is
Bauea and vomiting, a sour fluid rises
iato the throat . tasre is distress aftr
rating, deaduess au 1 distention, of the
adomen, giddiness, bad breath, hot
rlnsnes followed by creeping chlils.yel
iow eyes and skin . laugcnir and wean -nesa
uot relieved by ret . aching of the
bask and limb great hunger alternat
ing with a loatmug of food; anxiety
aa 1 mental depression; shortness of
breath. and variable uervous atfectioas.
Nature needs hslp. So much is plain
But how can we help her We must
do her work for her for a time, W
mast supply the body with some per
fect food which will not require any
digestive labor on the pirc of the
sumach. Csn we do that :
Until recently this auxdiary was
sought among oi.s and other fatty pro
ducts, especially cod liver oil. But
these things failed for the reason that
they are mcipable of forming and
solid tissUA, The false li 'sh they pro
duce m-hs away m'Te quickly than It
comes. It give no strength no warmth.
Millioa of thin, pale, anaemic, eon-
amptive persons remember the de
lusiv hopes of recovery they were led
to isdulge by tbe advertisement of
these fat-anl-oil compounds or emul
sion, and bow their air castles f ade 1
into gray disappointments.
No, tne fats and oils won't do. Ex-p-nence
proves thit. Tae only reli
able remdy is not a drug bat a food,
prepared from certain fruit rich in
starch. ani pre-iigested to a to require
for the present no digestive action, a
food capable of being once absorbed
into the body without put'ing a (train
on the enfeebled digeotive organs.
Tni( is wonderfnllv done by the niw
prparation called Paskols, which is
made on the correct scientific theory.
Wben eater-for it i a food, not a drng)
It immediatelv bome a flesh-building,
llfe-ziving element in the blood
An Increase of vitality, vigor and
w-ight i felt at once, and the syuiD
oms of tne previous depressed, devita
,.7." state pass away
Y-t Paakola, while a trne foo l. need
to be nsd for- a short time only. It
givs nature power to put herelf to
rigbtl and then it work is done. The
point is that it toon enabl the
stomach to digest any foo I, even strong
meat Then the patient may follow
bis appetite and consult hi palate
L'ndr the nourishing power of pat
kola th hectic flush soon leaves th
eonsomptive' chk, th skin assume
th bn of health, the night sweats
BeSM, the cough die away, and th
emaciation i lost under a coating of
solid, warm and normal flesh.
i'hysioun already rep ,rt brilliant
remit produced by Paakola in the :li
geotive torpor ohsracteristts of all fflj
rile diseases, odsmptoy It In t? p .,;
of stimulants the old treatment. The
patient stomach at once absorhs Pal
kola, which kp up hi strtngtb un
til the disease Is vanquished, it us
fulness in this direction is In- ,-. I esti
mate. Of lute years pal, thin psople,
of both sxs, have come to an incroa
ing majority. Voting person grow
tall and (Under, without breadth, or
(tamina.and perish as fas', n th grow
The tatistic( of the throat and lung
llOipitall tell the story of their fete
They aro born with brains and nerve,
but without the most important r
rarigomeut of ll a competent diges
live system. The doctor keep tbnm
going an atlmalant for a while and
than they din.
It is all uch s th ti.nt Paakola i
destined to save. They don't ned
modicines, nor travel, nor change of
scene They need food and the power
to diges', and appropriate it to the
body's constant need. That powr
I'ii "kola give.
Why should multitude of men and
women either din young or be invalids
all their daynV Once the reason wan
there was no means to prevent. Now
And this new and rational rond to
health will raward all who let foot
A pnmphlet giving full particulars
rsspeotlngPaskola will be nnt on spoil,
cation to the Pre Digested Food Co.
MO Reade St. N. Y. City.
Wlii'n Daliy was Rlclc, we caro hT f'astorta.
When sh'i wus a Child, nlie cried fur Custorla,
When she bernnm Mls, she cluug t., I'usUirla,
Vt buu slit- bud Children, she gave Iht-iu Custoila,
CULLED AT CARBON DALE.
Th Flonr City Slarht a Thev Appar
to Our Correspondent.
fjiriiti to thr .Scriiefen Tribunt.
Cariionualk, Pa.. March Ths
alnrm of fire was sounded this after
noon about I o'clock caused by a alight
blaze iu the house of H li. Whitney ,
on Darte avenue.
Mr. Howell, of Ssranton Photo Sup
ply company was among the visitors
in this city today.
Oeorge Bankins, of Middletuwu, was
in this place thi morning,
This evening a very Interesting en tertainment
was held in the lootUM
room of the Mel list ohuich under
the ausploes ol the Ladies' Aid society.
Among thus who participated in the
programme wore Qeorgo L, Dart, of
KingStOU, who rendered the loading of
"Tbe Chariot Etsee" from "Ben Bur,"
unit Miss Charlotte Armstrong, ' o(
Pittston, an aOOOmplishsd violinist
A large party assembled in Keystone
hall this evening, the OOOSSion being
the Obarlty ball for th benefit ol Car
bciidalo hospital MlUlG WSH furnished
iv Hssslsrs full oreksstra of sixteen
"hll evening at the home of Mr and
Mrs Barry L, Morgan, of drove street,
occurred the marriage ol their ion,
John, to Mic Llssls Roberts, Ths
ceremony took place at 8 80 o'clock
snd wa performed ty tii ltv. a
Jones, pattor of CoiiKregatioiuil church,
and was witnessed by only the inline
diate friend of the contracting par
Charles Buddy.a trainman employed
on Oondnotor Luke o irman's train on
the Ontario aud Western railroad, und
a resident of BslmODt street, this Oity,
had ins left hand crushed yesterday
while making a coupling at I ilvphaut
William MoMyne, d IN Dnndaff
street, who retired in apimrent sound
health last evening at IU n'clock, was
found deid in bed by hie sou John at
8 80 o'clock this morning, Deoeased
was nearly till voais of age, and was a
native of Scotland. The surviving
members of the fauiilv are Mrs. Aug
ust F ley. John 11 . Adam and James
Mc.Myue and Miss Annie McMvue.
Funeral will be held at the residence
Friday afternoon at 9 JO o'clock. In
terment will be mad in Maplewood
The Assembly Social club lmvo is
sued cards of invitation for a social to
be held on Friday evening of this
Bright News N.itne tr 'in the Former
Caramel Makink- DlstrlOt.
Si-ecm to th Scroaioa l'ntun.
KlCHOLSOM, 1'., March 28, -Mr. Mc
Cinney spent Fister with nis family at
An Bpworth League social whs held
at the residence of E. V Johnson, on
Wednesday evening, tfaaroh 88
Ueorge Harding left for Washiugtou,
D, C. . Tuesday morning last.
Miss Bessie Wheeler is visiting her
parents in town.
I. T. Whitbeck is moving in Dr. H.
X Klley's house, on Pino street.
fA jolly time washad at the Jolly
Four social, held at the Opera house,
Monday night last.
NOW OR NEVER.
The Unparalleled Propoeitlon Rapidly
Diawica to a Close -Only Three Days
The announcement from day to day
that The 'I riuu.m-j's Encyclopedia offer
is rapidly drawing to a doc is bring
ing cores of pjopl to the office daily
Bat four days more remain in which to
secure the work. We desire to keep
this notice conspicuously before ths
pnblic. that no one of our readers may
overlook it, for the present proposition
at so low a price and upon terms so
easy is final, and when these four days
have expirnl not another, order can be
tilled. For the benefit of professional
and clsrieal men and all those
closely confined to bnsiness during tne
iiay we will keep the office opn even
ing during them last four days.
By mailing the first payment, 4 60,
your order will reciivo the same at
tention as if you called in person .
As has been observed -such nn op
portunity to own a liora-y has never
been your au 1 donbtless 0SVSI will
Four dollars and fifty ents down
and 9 per month thereafter are the
terms. Address The Tribune E. B
Department, 187 Sprace street,
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Nw York Hin'i Safely R p ibUean.
A correspondent of thn New York Sun,
Writing otnn political prognostication
from Albany, ssys that on the basis of tin,
late town and municipal i.ction the
Republican will carry the November
election by a majority of 100,090,
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Not a Soed Sewer.
A." Vnrk World (. tn
It wonld he fortunate for the country if
th" In I tod Stares nwnnte could bn relieved
of certain material ; hot it. Isootagood
policy to use the supremo COWl btnob. for
drainage P0f P0SSS,
Trying to Find ih- Unkn-wn Uinntllv,
Ihintktiiu ftan'trint I fir. in
It is said that there sr sugar senators
andnilver Henkforj in.l ,h .........r.
and thSTS ' Wall slro-t and rainbow
snators. What iia became of the n
fashioned I i.oiio. i ni
The Oriulnnl f.ly.lil Man.
it caaacfo '..,.
Tim administration is only one year old;
but thn individual who uid to hont of
fighting ' with Wl iltna al n.i, ..... I..1U
droppM completely out of sight.
tot saraohs, lootbaobe, sore throat.
(wOnid iipck, and the restilteof Coldssnd
Inttainmslloii, use lir. TIiomihs' Klnelrln
Oil the great pain destroyer.
National Bank of Scranton
ORG) AMI BSD ihw
W.W WATHON, Vice PrwidSBli
A II WILLIAM.-). Osshisr,
Mm i lone
Iiiviau A. Finch.
.IiiuKIMI .1 .l.iiuva
C'uah, P, MAi-riir.ws.
.IAMKS M LvrilllAIIT,
I'lKIIc K II. FINI.aV,
M M 1,1 Ml I i 1 1
JpUM T. rOHTSa
W. W. WATHON.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invite tho patronage uf huHlnoM
men snd Hruie gvm-rully.
133 Penn Avenue.
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 15
yY CHAN( E to buy at your own price
Hardware, Saws, Hammers, Tinware,
Lamps, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, Fancy
and Other Goods.
Sio-ii Wed Flaga
DRY ITCHINC SCALES THAT CRACKED
AND POPPED OPEN.
LoroUIT, Htkiiiii n Co., N. Y., April 11, IW.
Fosraii, lltunnm ft Co,, Buffalo, N Y.
(it.s i i kmi-.n Win ii almiit tun or twelve years
oiil I ajas troubled with cracks across tbe palm of
m led hand, snd uon tin y uealed tin- trouble
broke out on my bead, end every winter it would
come out us a son of letter awl make icsJei all ovi r
my bead, 1 bare not beta free from It a sLivlo
rinler since, but it wnn worse lu--t winter ufter I iikil
the grippe, lor then li same out In ipots all orc-r my
body, 1 bad doctor eiamlLa me, unl told me
Unit thru- whs in, , ore for me I ,. wam i
fTone. Hi ali-s would form over tint or.-s and then dry out until they would
orack and nop open, showing a waters matter, My hkiu was all like u dry
wrapper, ft fell as though it bed dried" on me. The scales were so bad that
they would collect in the bed and bare to be shaken out, It was about this time
Unit commenced using n B. b. 1 was so bad that I wus ashamed to tak: my bat
otr before u m Ighbor, I bad um:l Ave bottles of another medicine without noticing
any effect) but when I commenced to take B B B. (be sores csme out thicker
limn before, and they burned liku llr; Ibey wen: lniincns hlo!-h-s of lire that
would burnso could not sleep, The wuy tin-y burned and Itched an not be
mid, and I hopo no ono else may ever know from exporience, The only reliel I
could get was from Washing tin: norci. with some B. B. B. .
I stuck to tbe medicine and was on tbe fourth bottle before I could see' that 1
wan miliy better, although i knew that it was better to get such rottenness out of
my blood than to have it itay there, I did say once that wished I had never
QOmmeiiird taking 0. B. B.. hut my wife (ucounued me, nnd today 1 thank bet
for the advice, for 1 am In good health now, and 1 don't believe 1 ever would have
been with my blood in mku u eoudition us it was. ,m..
iiy scalp now la clean ami clear of ul! wales and tetter, and on my IkxIt there
nrn only small spots to show where the sores were, and these spots ure free from
stales. 1 do not doubt bul that the cure will be perfect,
I mn now on the sixth lmttln hnd will take mote until every spot is pone I
tirtiily believe that Bunlock BlooJ Bittirt will CUTS tbe worst disorders of the blood
for such cvriuiuly was. mine.
This wouDerliil rem
nuts' in mrw all
(tao, Kich Wenk Memory, a ri of Hmln rower. Hni iaci.t. Wnkvluitn'-t.
LO0lJUnbOOd,NVatly Kiutlilunw. N.erTitfia,lMni:i.iiricl ljt i-f power
0( I'.ii-ratlveurf RMitnf t'ttlif r mi auod it OTtrvItttton youthful errors.
cm eilvc uio of thacct. uuluiti or itlruulanu. whicbl'ul to Irflrailty, Cod
iBnmptlOn or tnMDltr Cmi to rrried In vct po i..-t, Ul pr bnx. 6 for ,
by liiiill prt'tmbi With n fift ortlor wo give n w rtttwM guuriintif to eure
a ..... .1 th. HAn..v i 'I re-ii lei r f run MiA t,w all rlriidOlaf a A an f nr 1 1 mas
EFORANDAFTLRUSIMG noothei A I irw NKRVC BBEBCO., Masonic fou.pio. Cuicaoo. ill.
Pur Sale Ln 8oranton Fa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Drqgffiit, cr WashingtoL
The i-rent ri rredr for nervnn prn.trstlfiii iiml :!nerTonriiM-airs uf
tilt' L-.-IMTUIIV,. i.rtiniiR ,it ,.Ih.r .M ai-h n. i.rv.ui. l-r. ..tm 1 1. n l-nll.
ni Inn or L4.lt MiinlnnMl. Imttfitt.ftfv Nloht: v Vn.la.l.ina V..,.t hfnl cVtv.-.
Syj Mi-ntol Wimi.itreael me.. TVI'M-cc. or (ipirnn .whirl) leert toC.m'
SW eumpuon arid lnasmtr. With every aaurdtrwefiiroa wniirnsuap.
BRKORB AUD AVTilK UtUSO. sntej Uicur o' tile roonei Si t ,,, hi m perb i.SMfj
loranla iy:. M. II - It 1. 1 -. Draggist, 1S1 Heaa Aim.ii..
Et Robinson's Sons'
Wsniifsrturers of Dm (VlebrstpJ
1()0,(XX) Bbl, Por Annum.
Enjnrn r tmi Mi-mis. r Mr
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B R I C K
Best in tin' market
OFFICE Blnghamton, X V
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nUcn 1 to I nnd liulf
Strut your Ut;
trill It unit.
IIIIS I ON MASS.
Special frmn to l4aUr$,
mil - 11
Dexter Shoe Co.,
llaBulaetarers ib4 fleslere In
Illuiuiuatin and Lubricating
LllUeed Oil, Nnptlms nnd (i,i
linos of nil (irinin Utle Orease,
Pinion (irrnso imJ Colliorv t'oin
pound ul . lurtfo lino ol 1'ar
miliiio Vn. Candles.
We nlo handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, tho only family sttfoty
hnrnlng oil In the market
WILLIAM MASON, Mnnsger.
OflW- I'osl Kvi hsiiK.
Work ul 1'lnu llrooit
i etll .end i'rkk to any man
tin. ri'xi'i'lthm ol ii new um I
!- 1 reined j to enlarae small.
ik orians, snd sure our. tor nil aeaauesi
in M.iinir or old ii. I'uros eases i i.
liinli.i.t.i. KmUalmis nnil VnrlriM-ilr In
isdayej illsesee never retame. Co i respond
'lien private. All letter sent In pleln seulnl
invelopo, AddreM, T. '. BARfBV, Leek
Bux .km , Nrvt i ul, i, Maiiliall, Mich.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thoutnda Bemnanto of Dry Gooda, Cloaks and Fur tapes during
Hte at less than cost of malt-rial.
Every inch of counter room covered with tbe greatest bargains ever
Lsili.' Felt IfiitH, this isnson's styles. ... fl fi1(.h
SSWinter w"ut' :::::::::::::::: o:
H08UEBT, UNDBEWBAR AND NOTION'S AT QUARTER OF VALUE
COMB, IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
A. B. BROWN S BEE HIVE,
4 a ,'
"Chicago, Oot 81- Fh first official
annoncoement of Worlds Fair di-
ploiuus ou Hour ban made A
Dedal ha l v.ard3 by ths
W orld's Fair judges to the flour inatiU
fattured by the Washbnrn, Crosby (Jo,
in the jreat WashbOTB Flour Mills,
Mihtjeapoli. The cou.iaittee rep'.rta
the flour strong and pur, sud entitles
it to rani as first-olii.s patent flour tut
Ikinily and lasers' use."
D lltil.hv li AOKKTS
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
I be above .r.ndu of flour can be had at any of the following inercba:.u,
vrho will sccept Thi TaiBONl fljck cofFo.N o!- 20 oa each one haadrei pcaads
of flour or jO on each barrel of flour.
fcrnrjtcr.-F. r Pr-, WwLirjKtoa .T'-lu'-
iJniiuj.iri F P Price. Cto',.j JSeJU Eracd
IiuuDiijre-F D Maeley .uritive fcris.;
Hyde Park -Cantor, & Dart, Waebbnr:. St.
(lold Mcdt! Brmid: J sej.h A Mcar M.:.
avenue, superlative Brand,
(iri-en Ridge- A Uspencer.lifild Modal Bra:.i
T. T.McBale. Sup-r;t.ve
PruTid-nce Fei.rjer & ObappelLX' Ma n avt-
nne. Kupi-rlative hrandx' J (Jiliepi. W
Market ttreet. Gold M Jii Braod
CUyuhaot-Jamei .Tc.rdan. Bepsrlativ BraLi
Pei avlDe-Shaffer a K-is-r SuperUtiv-
JermvB C, U wiaters-aOo bupera.ative
Arcbbald Jones, d tnpsm is Go . 0 .Id Med.)
Carbondale B. S Clrt Gold Medal Brand.
Honoedal-I N. Foeter & Co (JoiJ liii
Minooka M H. I.nrelle.
Taylor Judge ft Co., 0old Medal: Athertoa
4 Co., -TJerlativ.
Liurjea-Lawrence Store Co.. Goid Medal
Xooic John MefV.Ld.t - : M-ua.
nttei M T O'Borle. O-.i: Me4i
Clark e Gru-t-Fraci- ft Purker ?uperlat:ve.
Clark ,-un,mit-F M Yoau. G'.kJ Meaa.
D):on- E nan ft Gv'.d Meia. Brand.
NuhjloL-J E Har:n;.
Waverly-M Bins ft Sol Gold Medal
Fa-.t Tyv!lle-( hRrle. G.vdner. Gold MedaL
Hnpt otto-n-y M I-.siSSoi. odd Meda'.
Tobynanna-T t-yhatina ft Det,?h LuTnher
Co Uoid Meial Brand
Gi.n',dboro-S A. Adam. Goii MJa Bran da
M..,v -l,a,cv A Clerr.t.r Mifci
Lake Ari.1-Jame- A Brtree Gold Medal
Morgan ft Co. Gold Meda!
KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT FQ3
SEWER FIPES, FLUE LiNINGS
Office, 813 West Lacka
Quarries and Works,
floods 1 end 2 Conimo-w-allti Bli'fc
MINING and BLASTING
Made at th. MOOSIC nnd kl'sh
Lsfflln A Rand Powder Oo '
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Ele. trio Uatterie, l'ue 'or elploJ1
uiK biastn. Hafet Kkwaad
RepanMCbenioal Co.'s Hish Expiosivon
Largo Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
IS THE BEST. (Jet prices nnd
o (he lurtinco nnd be con
vinced. A full lino of HEAT
1' lis, Atipello nnd Oalize Door
1MXT8TON, I' V.
We h.c pfaced on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coining spring and summer.
Finer Goods More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower IVk-cs
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
Karepean Mae rirnt-oi r-r ttiiM.
Depot for I'crgner M Fngel' YannhAMitet
R,E Cot 15th and Filfcert Sts , Pkilldk .
MOSI lrsirW. tor r'l,lintii of N U. PSBa
lylvaula All MBVenleBee (OS traroler
t,. ml from Broad Strwi latloo and the
Twrlflli iul Market Street etoaion. U
Iralile for r HerantonUn anJ iv -lr
In the Ai tliraolte I.e.- -.1
T. J. VICTORY,
t low, price.
Urdt.ra U'ft t my offtcn,
NO. I IK, WYOMISO AVF.NCE,
Roar room. Hret floor. Thir I National BaiS
or -i'ii 1 by mall or toloplioneto the mla. wilt
receive prompt Attention.
Hpecicl ountraota ..111 b mado for the eale
and delivery of Buckwheat OoaL
WM. T. SMITH.