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THE SCKANTCKN TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 31. 1891.
1 Kill VIE
Space Will Permit the Publish ol Only a
A FEW FROM AMONG HUNDREDS
The Gre.it Educational Enterprise of
The Tribune H.is Been a Success in
the Fact That Hundreds of Homes
Have Been Made Brighter and Hap
pier. Th following wordi of commenda
tion from will-known Scrautoo people
apply to the ineritorioai obaraoter of
tiie uront Britannica a a library and
general reference ecoyclopdla together
with the advantages which the coov
otT. r. d through Tns Tribone poisisi
r. in its new inapt and inppleinental
unttter, nver the original. li-'sides tlie
low t'ricf end phenominally easy termi
which luive been arranged to mit the
convenience of all. N. one need be
without it. As think times so think all
On comparison of Thi Tribcsi edition
of the Encyclopedia Britannica with
Bcribuer's, for which I paid $183, I find
that they are the same throughonti platee
and engraviuge and ill, except that Tun
Tat it n k edition ins the American artlclee
uii mppleuientul matter written np to
Bate ana utter rn.it-.. maaing it, wun
three additioni lu history, biography,
science, etc., more deslraote ns aworkoi
reference than the expeneive edition. STo
oue will question the inpsriurty at the
Britannic over ah enoyclopediae. its
merit! together with the phenomenal price
and easy terms, ihould place n in every
home. Boh vi .; V. 11 wo,
Attoi ury uuii Counsellor.
Tbi Fribi'xb'b edition of the Encyclo
pedia Britaoulca; npon examination,
proTee t- he more useful than the origi
nal Xiie supplemental part contaiuiug
tae most recent Investigations In science,
biographies of hviug tun, the latest ex
ploraUoos in Africit, etc.. is, iu my judg
ment, a moet valuable edition. 11. W i.-r
volume, compared to IS.UU, Is certainly a
I commend the work to ail who are in
search of tue BlOSt.moderu and reeeut dis
coveries. Oi . Bowbll,
Teacher at School -No. L
l have carefully examined the reprint of
the Edinburg -.iiti u o( the Encyclopedia
Brilanoica offered by Tbi Tbibchb iu
twenty-dye volumes, and Bad it tucr
:ughly reliable. being a copy of tbo origU
oal wirh cat articles and supple
mental natter erritten to date and later
tLuis, beside! b"iti ia voltttnee nure cou
fetiietn to handle.
Chakucb K. Robibbox,
Pastor Second ilenu.ial tres. Church.
V.'itiiiu the p.ia: two years, or durlu,
the month of Jnue, 1S93, I purchased the
Scrt'jner edition of the Encyclopedia Brit
annia a: (6.0O t.-r volume, bound in cloth,
Ili&OO ior to,-.- set.
W. A. Paine, M. D.
I h ive examined with eousiderabia care
the copy ot V L I of the Encyclopedia
Britannica of the edition offered b Tua
TlIBCSB, and compared it with the same
Volume of the Bcrtbner edition which I
have in my library, and find ir, so far as I
chus.'o. identical with the latter, except
that it has m. re and later maps and a
uppiem-Kt bound with It that ertas the
treatment of the subjects down to a later
late than the origin si. It is a marv-! to
j tuat It ran he offered at the extremely
uw price name J.
TlOS. t. Wells,
Attorney an l Counsellor.
In the early part of MM I purchased
ff"m ' has. sicr:'. n r - Sons their edition of
the ucyciope'ti.i Br, tannics. twentV-ftVB
volumes, bound in leatu-r. for $150.00.
(j. M. Watson,
Attorney ar.d counsel. or.
lodge EL M. Edwards iae
I have compared tne volame of vvir re
print of the Ediubnrg edition af the Bri
tannica Encyclopedia with a volume of
the original edition in my possession, and
I Snd it to be the same, besides having the
American additions. It is a complete li
brary in itself.
The Scnhner edition of the Encyclopedia
Britannica has ben in my library some
years. I have found I'. accurate and re
liable and folly Illustrated.
Theediti n offend by The TBTBUini is
not abridged; but, in matter of fart, the
name wor on good paper and substan
tially bound, beiiden having the additions
and revisnns. American articles and maps
up to dau. The additions sre in the back
01 each volume and give tii latest data on
statistics, together wi:h ms ory. science
sud biography of living men, thus render
ing the work" more desirable and practical
sr. a book of reference than tne original.
That this work can b- sold tor 11.98 p-r
volorne seems aim t Incredible, as I paid
M per volume, or II S for mine, bound In
ciotb. 0. C Hi qui i
Pastor JaCkaOa Street rlaptist ' liurch.
Thu is the age of books Learning' is BO
bread and bOOSS ar" so numerous that It
is Impossible for any one to procure sepa
rate volumes npon all tne subjects which
at present engage human thought. In
place of tbi", a good Bocyclopsdia is s?n at-t--mpt
to abridgs, or epitomise, and oisse
Ify all knowledge to bring ir, within tiie
limit of our comprehension. Aft.-r a some
wh.it rareful study of ihr or four of the
principal Encyclopedias, afiirin without
hesitancy that the Britannica has no
npenor. Headers of all ca ses should
I osseas it.
W. 0, WATKINS,
Pastor Providence Baptist chnrch.
keferniitt to the Bucyloprdla Britan
a tea offered by Tbb Taiscaa consider it
an eiodlont work. I have the Edlnburgb
edition, which cost mn 1H.(S per volume.
This reprint at 11.88 per folttBM ii another
irtntance of American ingenuity.
Rr.v. P. V ZtlUMam,
It seetns to me to U" without; saving
that Tub TbUUME is proving itsi If n pub
lie benefactor in placing before the public
such a marvel of reliable information to
date, npon the great subjects of tho iglit.
usis presented in the Encyclopedia Britan
nica, with American revisions and addi
tions, and known as Thk Tumi k edition.
It is simply a matter of wonder that snob
a work, preferable to the morn costly edi
tion, In one or morn important respects,
can be offered at less than tin volume, and
y i v rv lover of books ought to appreciate
Yh'e marvels of tbe day in book-making.
N. V. hTAiil
Pastor Qrsjsn liidgn Presbyterian bnrcb.
The copy of the reprint, of the ninth and
last edition of the Encyclopedia I'.ritimiiicn
off-red by TH TBIBI m. at the price and
Nay terms of payment should Hud a place
in every homo.
In no way can that, ninount of money be
expended so judiciously on books.
lbs American Additions" and latest
MnpH with its good paper and binding
renders it proferabio to the expensive tl-a
edition. W. E. Ai.i.kv,
Physician and Burgoom
Progress in book-making for the multi
tude is gutting BO be nltuost as wonderful
as the improvements in transportation,
We old fellows bad to go through tho
humilation of borrowing and plodding
through hundreds of volumes to gather
the knowledge which a few hours, exami
nation of Thk TbTBOMB'B edition of the
Encyclopedia Britannica, with its supple
ments up u unre, win give to any parson
of industry. Then it Is so cheap and con
venient. It is like the S cent fare that
electricity has written for the people, with
transfers to jiiBt the placo you want to go.
Men and women who read and desiro that
Indrchll run should, ought to bo happy
o Hud this electric highway to solid
taraiog running ny idsv uoors, yob, you
u navo i nil. great library now lor auout
ono third the price of the original edition,
besides the supplemental matter added to
it. Certainly the good time is already here.
Tho highway to knowledge, formerly open
to thoe with coach and lour, is now call
ing to foot passengers who may desire an
ouiiug. The BCRABTOB TBIBUBB rings its
bell, "I inly ten cents a day," with trans
fers to any country, no k or corner you
may fancy. You- can lake your family
along, too. Every thinking man must wish
success to every man who tries to intro
duce such a highway to knowledge. I
certainly do. 8. t". I.ihian,
former Pastor of Pint Presbyterian
The public should appreciate and take
advantage of Thb Tbuonb'i otter of a
copy of the great Edinburg edition of the
Encyclopedia Britannica with supple
mental matter added to each volume and
the latest maps, at 11.93 per volume, and
on so easy paj meats it is a rare opportuu
ity. it is a complete library and should be
In the home of every school boy and girl.
One who has never used an Encyclopedia
cannot appreciate its value. Lot tho boys
and girls team Its uso when young, and SO
lav the foundation. They arc not using
Mich aids bait enough.
VV, it, Qbaa bB
The Britannica is unquestionably the
leader among Encyclopedias. The sub
jects are folly and authoritatively treated.
The edition offered by Thk TUIBl'BB ex
cels in bt'iug supplemented to date, and
the flexible binding lenders it, I should
think, very serviceable. Tho price and
plan of paying makes Us introduction Into
most homes possible, Tne school boy and
girl tdiolild bo on Ihe alert to poSMSl it.
I A Mom:,
Principal Bvhool SS.
it eeemi imooMlbte that an edition of
the Encyclopedia Britauuloa Mich c.s t lie
Si'kanton Tbibi s secures fur us reauers
Can be sold foi rJl.US per volume. On an
examination 1 tind it to be ns represented;
the paper, print and binding are excellent;
it is ii r prim o: tne origiu u eaition, page
for page, and to complete its richness,
each volume has a supplement touching cu
ionics peculiarly American and up io d ite.
By the addition of indexes the Britan
nica U) tbe most convenient of encyclope
dias. Parents who are anxious for the educa
tional advancement of their children
should be irateful for this unions and re
markable opportunity of furnishing their
bo ig-enelvee witn tne greatest oiencycio
dial OEORUE W. POW ELL,
Principal School No. 14,
Dr. Spnrgeon, the eminout divine,
laid: "If all other books were de
stroyed, the Bible excepted, the worl I
won 1 have lost but little of its iuf ir-
1 1 v-i t i- ..r.f ill K- .. urn oi,m1 Ihti ,dirioil
f Bnc) 2oi i '.i i Britaonlca offered by tho
- vr. s TniHi Nt:, I tliul it all that is
claimed for it. It is truly a graud work, s
whole library In Itself, and TBI Tbibuwb
deserves great praise for bringing it with
in the reach ot ths public bv such liberal
terms, J. W. Williams,
l'a.-tor Duumore Presbyterian church.
Having examined a Volume of The
Tf.ibini Encyclopedia Britaunica and
a tnoared with a volume of my own li
brary. I cheerfully recommend th. edition
now being offered bv the euterpnsin
in in igemeut of 1 list Tkihunkus one of the
pes: work- ever placed on the uj k mar-
let -i the worll. The supplemental mat
te- also adds greatly to the value of the
work to tno.-e who desire to keep up with
;. tl nes. The extremely low rate brings
it within easy reach of all. No family
ih ll : Jo without the Britannica.
L. C. Floy i).
BCBABTOB, Pa.. Doc. ?, 1800,
About one year ago I purchnsed from
Charles Scnbnere Son the ninth e.l tiou
of the Encyclopedia, Britannica, leather
binding, 6 per volume.
tlolvABD .M BTRSETKR,
Attorney and Couurellor.
Ex-Pr-'sident of Vale College says: "I
will defy any one to buy 3,oi) volumes
that will ive him as good a working libra
ry as is famished in the Encyclopedia
Today ia your last opportunity. The
Encyclop-du store at 437 Spruce str-et,
oetween Wyoming- and Washington
avenues, will be kept open until 12
o'clock midnight to accommodate all.
Orders by mail bearing postmark of
tod-.y Will be included.
The Tribi nf. E B. Df.p t,
F',r earache, toothache, sore throat,
welled necK; and the results of colds and
inflammation, us Dr. Thomas' Electno
Oil the great pain destroyer.
CfcUGHT AT CSRBOMOALE.
Sigh's snd Sc ns on th P.onser City
3f dv Mtrrnrtd
FpenVz to 'i Scrai'r'n Trih'ini.
Carbonoale, M ircr. BO At the close
of the raorniog sermon in ths Baptist
church on rinnday tiio ordioanoi of the
Lord's Supper will iie observed; also
the right hand of chnrch fellowship
will be givn to several candidates wh i
have recently nriited with the church
The Inner! tereioei over ths remains
of the late William McMyns occurrsil
this afternoon, at 'I BO o'clock p, in.,
from Him residence on Dundnfl street.
I i,e so-vicen were conducted by Btv.
(diaries Lao of tho Presbyteriaa
church, who took for his text as fol
lows ''Iloast not thyself of tomorrow,
for thou knoweat not w ..it a day may
: ring forth," found In Prov. '7-1. The
funeral WBI largely ittsnded, Among
thoss who attendol w-r (inorge Mc
Myns, of Laflin, .Iarnn Bats), of West
Pittiton; James Nic-.i. of Aic'ibsM:
An-lrsw Nicol, of Orsen and
William Brown, of Bcrnntuii, Ths
pill bsnrers w-re Andrew I'at'en, of
Olvpbnnt , vVilliam l'rvdn,'of (Juntnn
viile, Robert Carter, .Morgan Thorns,
August Monnail snd John " Mulligan.
Intrrnrit was made In HlpUwOOd
'Ihe LldlM Aid society of the Msth
odist chnrch realiz-d frt.m thsir
Matth-w l)egan is confined In the
rfty lockup Obliged with having taken
a keg of br fr im a freight car which
was standing on tho railroad short
Mrs. i'.i Strutingur is tilltiog rala
tivs in Byraoats, vrh.-r nhs expects to
remain for several weeks,
Mi's Bailie Johnson rstorosd home
to Kingston today after spending a
few days in this city as thl fftlWl of
Misi Jennie OringSr, of Terrace street.
Mifa (ierlrul" Alvord ii visiting
frlendi in Bonsidule.
After April I the Adams Kxpross
company's ofllee will be loa.tted In
Qranam'l ibos atom on M do streot,
and will bi in charge of John
Georgl Hudson Is making some ex
tamivo rep lira on bis property on
At a p cent mealing of the Improved
Order of Bad Men the following offi
cers wcrs elected : Prophet, Alexander
Johnston; lachem, David Smith; senior
sagamore. John (,'. Swi-idUhurst , saga
more, David L"wis; kesper of wamp
um, I.ti lwig Brauer; chief of records,
Usury .1. Boar; reprea-ntativu to the
grant council, John E. Bone, trustee,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reynolds have
returned homo from tlioir visit in
Wellington, D. C.
a rally Tuesday night at tho Metholist
hlniscopal church, liwv. U. U. DOBgD
ton will address the lusnling.
John Timlin, father of the newly
tpiioiuted postmaiitur, Q, L. Timlin, is
Mrs. W. H. tior Ion spent today wit li
her daughter, Mrs. J, A. Waters, of
Dr. Ilousor. the newly dected bor
ongh treasurer, has Bled Ins bond,
Jamss Butler and P, C, Onoly were
his afcuriliea in the sum of $10,000
John llalton, who has been sick with
the measles. Is improving.
The reception committee of the Price
Library association will meet uext
Will Whlteford and Will D.ivli were
in MoOlla today.
Babsoribs for Tin Tribune, 43 ronti
pet mouth, Niii Morris, ugsut,
John i'h-ltM, of Peckvlllc, was In
town on Thursday.
The funeral of William Kilinarlin
opThurilay was very largely attended,
Bnria was made iii Miuookn Catholic
Tne electric U s- 1! ill club will hold
iis first annual Pall on April 83 in
We ben rink
Abraham Seal. (lid Forge supervisor,
is at work repining the road at the
M .line Navin, of PittltOO, spent this
Weak with M try Ann Mi, nay, of
Christopher Doyle, who was killed
Wednesday at the Sibley mi UBS, will
bs bnrled tomorrow (Sntnrdiy) morn
ing at 8 o'clock from In- home In
Reudhnm, High maia will he solemn
issd at St. Joseph's chnrch, Uiuooka,
liiteniieiit in llvdo Park.
The borough ccunoll met tonight nnd
Borough Clerk Powell, who has been
counting the number of poles and
measuring tho wir,- is si retched through
the borough, muds bis report The
borough fathen are determined that
ths pole tti. which is a law
with them, ahull b- collected. A lull
will bo tent io tho difl reut ootnpanlcs
who have miles an 1 wires on our
stioels. The ordiu me siys it must
bo pud on the drat Monday in April.
Connoll will also opp as the laving
further of the street railway track
without something ia done for ttie
KAMI I iM TON NOUS.
Briaf PaijRiatlu of Niwa of Ounaral
Svi i iul io ihu Sei-aafon ZVifruaai
IIami.inton, Pa., March M -E F.
NiobollOO, of Li Anna, Pik-t county,
wrs Calling on Irit-nds in town yester
day. ii. K. Wyce leaves town tonight to
spend Sunday with his parents in l'au
pack. Jahn Nycs is out of town tins week.
Clinton Cobb spent Thursday night
with frlendi in town.
E. S Gilmore, of Bcranton, passed
through tuts place yesterday, look! it g
after the interests of (1. Inure A: Dully.
F. B Simons, ot the E ist hide, Will
have charge of the league on touiorro w
THB marvelous success of Hood's Snrsa
parilla is based upon the coiner sioue of
absolute merit. Take llood'j throughout
the spriug mouths.
When Blby was sick, we gave her Castorta.
tvVu ibo mss a child, she cried for CMtorla,
Wh -n sb- U-cauie Miss, she clung to 1 . ri..
When the had ChUJn.-o.stie gSTStham ,,t-;U
MS CELERY COMPOUND
Best Spring Remedy in the World It
Makes Poeple Well.
i Hi ji
-, - t orr. i ;v
? . l Kit irS-.
m; I: j
ANNUAL CLEARING M
A. B. Brown'3 Bee Kive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Remnants of Dry floods. Cloaks and Fur Capes daring
stilt; at Its t han cost of material.
Every inch of counter room covered witu the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Kelt Hats, this season's styles Oo each
Hoys' Winter Waists ..............I0. each.
n" 3UC. each. '
tUmka $1. SO each.
HOS1EUY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTION'S AT QUARTER OF VALUE,
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
k II. H
Tlu rn is one real siriin.' ramodyl
There ia one true a iflu for iliesasei arisln? from u debilitated oervoui
lyatem, anil that is Paiua'a uwlery uotnponnil, m ifeiierally nied by pbysielaiii,
It is probably the most remarkable retnely that the scientific research ot ibis
uonntry has produ I Prof, ElwardE Fholpi, M.D., LLD., of Darttnoutfa
college, lirst prescribed what is now kuourn the world over us Palne'i celery
ooutpound, a poaitlre cure for dyspapsia, bilioninsai, liver omplaint, neural
iria, rhenniatisui, ill nervous dUuaies and kidney troublei tTor the latter,
1'iine's celery componnd hiis Huceieded again and again when everything else
The medical journali of this country and Europe hive give a more itaco in
the last few yearn to the many remarkable cases where l'aim'a cderycom
ponnd h is made peopli well, than to any other subject
r. & r : i.
a .. i li
Burdock Blood Bittern
II a purely veetabln compound, po-sessing
I erfect rrgulatitij,' powers over all the or
gani of the intern, and cootrol'lns their
secretions. It alio puriflM the blood that
All blood huumrsand d.-- i - :. a com
BOB pimple to the worst scrofulous sore,
aud t! is combined with Its nurivallsd re
KtnatinK, rlesnnine and purifying Infta'
enre on ths MCretlon' of the livpr, kidneys
bowels and skin, render It iiueiiimlled ns e
cure for ail diseases of the
from one to twa bottles will cure liolls,
pimple, blotches nettle rakh.scr uf.tetter,
and all the eiiDph- fortM of vV disease.
From two to four bottlM will cure salt
rlinm or ecr.ina, shiaglee, iryrdpeUM, ul
cer, ibeceeeea, ruooleg sores, a id all skiu
erUptlOBI, It is uoticrablo that sufferers
TAYLOR TOPICS TRANSCRIBED.
News Notes of Iatoreet from New Born
Fjtrrinl tit thf Scmnttnl IVfeaae,
Tayi.oh, Pa,, March !JD. TIib Free
For All Temperance society will hold
Are nearly aiwnyi aggravated by Intoler
itchniK, but this quloklr inbtldee on ihe
removal of the dleeue by li B. & Pass
ing on to graver yet prevalent dilBHW)
such as Hcrofnloui r.welllii(s, humors aud
We hsve BBdeUbled proof that, from tnree
to -ix bottles us'-d internally and by out
ward Bppl leal loo (diluted if thenkin is
broken to tbe affected parti) will effect,
cure. The great biImIob ot It. li H is to
n : 1 1 1 h t the liver, kidneys, bOWell and
blood, to correct Iduy BBd wroiiu nr-tlon
.f the Stomach, and to open the i
wsyn of tBeiyitem to Varry off all clogged
mill linnlirtl kl-nilinnu nll,.wi,,, ,ru
thus to aid reoorei v aud remore without
l iver complaint, blllouinni, dyspepsia,
iriok headache, dropsy, theamatism, and
nVery npnci'-s of (lineaie it r l.lng from dis-
nrdered iivr, ktdoeya itonaob, bowels
and blood. YVeguaraotM every bottle of
Li li. ii. Bhould anv Derson bo diisatis-
fled alter using the h t bottle, wo will re
fund the uionny on application personally
or bv li tter. We will alio be glad to send
testlmotilalx nnd Information rvlngtlie
- ITecKof II. H. II. in the above named dl
sosnes cm aprillniiloii to
fOSTIB, UILBURN & Ott, Buffalo, K, t.
nrtTlli RH0R CO., I'n'i- 'a;rlial.$l.'iin.nnD.
BEST Hl.r.o - i, in in TUB WOULD.
"A iliillur Mnrd ISO dollar rnmnl."
Thin i.ikI lea1 Hoi iii I- ranch Dongola KldBut.
ton lioot diUversd fres sai rsh roln IBs II s., on
4V ri-i-i-ii'i -if i ':iti, Moiii'V Oril'-r,
or I'ci. Id Nolo lor SI. Ml.
KiiiiiiIh every wiiy lli-i DOOtl
ei.i-i iii Hit retail itorsfl fei
IJ..MI. Wo lioiki- till tHiot
oiirMoivoi. tberefore wi Mar
ilnrrf iiio jit, nufir iiiol ,rr, ir,
mill If iitiv.iii- i.i ii. ,1 Hiolulliii
Ml we hi refund lbs money
'rK. or hi ml lUH.iti'-r i;ilr. tiM-rn
HjerxrV 'I'oti or t'liiiiinoii Hi-inn-.
wldlliH (', Ii, H, ft V.V.,
. .1..,, 1 ... y ....A Call
XS'tJiV"' "ft ,M
Iaw II utr.,tt.,l
Vn FEDtKAl ST.,
'I HOSION. MASS.
Sptciut trrmj lu lltulcr:
W: 1 '"
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PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
and Old Sores
Catarrh, Malaria 3
and Kidney Troubles
3 1 -'-
"CB1CAOO, Oct. 31- The first cfflcial
BBBOUDCement of World's i'air di
plomas o.-i flour has bweu xu-uie. A
medal Ins bam awarded by tbe
W'orld'n Pair judges to the flour manu
factured Ly tiit WaeUburu, Crosby Co,
in the i;r-t Wasiiburu Flour liills,
Jliuti'-upolis. The conjmitW; reports
the flour strong and pure, at. : eutitlel
it to reiitt as lirst--. ,. paleut fluur fvr
family aud lakers' use."
Sr Marvelous Cures
gr in Blood Poison
S P. P, P. i.jHllt-s tti. MooJ, htslMsnp
- . the tdi kItoi
trangtll tf WMK(fD"l nerve-, txi"'i
dlsoaMSagiflDR tho pttltbt health and
b'jpint' ts wht-ri' 'lLka,, uliMuny
(oelirii(s iiol lntaltu1t lirt irvnlhil.
For primary, ecini!:iry ami trti;iry
dvpiillin, lur blouU poiaonlnv. niorcu
riftl DOltOD, Blftltrtoi tlyftpupaU, and
In Hi 1 Ao rn l skin dilMMIi hku
t.l in- , plmplKH, on chrunk' uoart
tettiT, itL-ald Ue.'iU, (kuIs, erytipfln.i,
eezvnin wo may MT, WlthOQI fr ir
ci'titriidUtlcn.thiit). P, V. fstMtM It
blood purllUTln the v orld.tm l Dh
tioslilvu, apeody RSd ptrriii-iuctit .uri-s
Id all oascf.
Lailit vvh.iso yntt'ni. ru poin n j
ami wh"ho blood Ii in u Impure oondl"
ttoa. dm to moiiHt ru.ii Irrt'KularltlbS,
ro j-oi-'illarlv iM'tii'ihed bv fi-- w n
d Tful tonic anl IjIikhI i-leauHtnit prop
errtt-Hot P, P. P, I'nckly Ash, POW
Knot anil Pol asylum.
Hpfuno ield, Mo, AOfl Utb. 1893.
1 can speak in tho hl.:!it'U term uf
your ino'lielno from pj own MrtODlll
KnfwlK'e. I wa-alYet'teil wirh her6
di M4i pleDTliy iud raouutlMD tor
3:. INN, wan tfMtw bv tho '.erv -.--t
phyxk inns aim up' lit huudruiH ul dol
far h, in d evry kn-i n romedj With
out nndlnf relief. I have only taken
Ope hottlo of your P. P. P., ami can
rimerfully uay It Iiah vlono tin1 nwro
iio.id than an thtDg I n iveewr taken.
lean rt" onimeod your modl Ini all
nutleri-r' il tie rsbot iilse i a.
MR M. M. W'MlY.
fij i Jffluldi Oreon OoUAty, Mj.
An- cnUrHy removed hy P.I. I.
-Prickly Ash. Poke Hoot and Pottt
lain, tho yrtateat blood iarlU-r uQ
ABtWTMnr, O.. July 211601
Mf.1''KS. Lti'HMAN Bkoh. , bnvannah.
On.: I'i .. i bought bottle of
Tour P. P. P. at Hot HpniiLs. Ark. .and
it bfti done mo moro food than three
month treatment t ttiu Hot spnutfd.
Mtnd three bottles c. o. L'.
AberJeen, browu Cuauly, O,
wit. J. De Jolumturi.
To all ttkom it Mdy conctrn: I htf
by tOittfy to the voadorlul oropernes
tif P. P. P. for eruptpiurt of the .ikin. I
Buffered for several ear v. ith nn un
ilirhtly and dUiffrewbie eruption on
my face. 1 tried overy known i . n..
dy but in vnlo.uiitil P. P. P. wsed,
anil am now entirely i ured.
(Signed byj J." D. JOHNSTON'.
s. .n 'ancrr Core da
TttNtoonyfrcn the Mayor o) Sujuin.Tcx
Skwlin.Tkx., January 14. i- '.
Mk-uhl Lipi'Man Bhos., Haannsh,
Oa.: QtnU$mtnl h'ivu trittd your P.
P, p. for a dUoMOOf the Kin, usually
Bno n as sum DftOOef.ot thirty years
Htaii'Miiar. aud found .treiit relief; It
purlf.efthe bkmd and renioren all Ir
rttftloD from the aeot . the disease
nu- prevent nuT -: ;i.ltnjf ot tho
lore, l have taken tlveur ix bottles
IDd feOl OODfldODl that another courto
will effect a euro. It has aUo relieved
me from Indjgeittoo nnd atumacb
troubloie Youn truly,
OAPT. W M BUM,
Attornoj at Law.
& CON NELL
WBOUHAU Aor .Mv
SUPERLATIVE AMD COLD MEDAL
Ihe ubove brand (! flour crl he bad t any of the luilowint; mt-rchaiits,
who will accept Tin: TRIBUNE PLOCB COUPOB ol ou each o .e hanarei poasdj
ol flour or on each barrel o. flour.
Bcrsnton-F, p. priee, WasUagtoa venuH
OiiM Mods Iir:.n I.
Deamare F P Prloe, Gold llolul Brand,
gaamont 9 l sUnley, 8up.rUtJv bran I
Bydefark CareooA Dsrli, Washbara Bt.
Oi .id Mi--l.il Brand: J r-epb A. lit-urb, Umia i
kvuuuo. Baperlattee Dr.nd.
OreenBidas a LkSfxiucer.Oolil MedalBrand.
J. T.McBsle, Bapriatiri
Provldf nos Psniinr jt CasppsitX' Main are-
uns, Baperlativs I rand;0. J o.tinpi:. W.
Market street, "o.d Mtrd.l bn.nd.
Oljrpbaat Junes Joi dun. Baperlatlre Brand, I
IV.-k v;l!e lu!I'T 8t Kl-r BapsrlatlTS,
Jonnvn-L". u Winters A Co Supcraiative
Areb bald Jones, rS mpsan Jo., Sold Medal.
Carboadale B. S. Clark, i-ld Mi-da: Brand.
Hniiisdal,--I X. I'.-iU-r ,V Cu OuiJ Mi.-d..
Mmuuka-M H. LsTelle.
Taylor Jndfr..- 4 Co . Gold Sledil; AtLerlou
A Co., Superlative.
Daryea Lsmrreaes -tort- Co.. Gold Medal
Moomc ,1-jLn McCriudSe. Q idU-da!
PlttetOD-M. W. O'Borl-, Gold IM:..
(.lur k'f Gr n Free k P.ii ker. Beperlatifa,
Clara's bummlt F M. Toana, Gold Medal.
lal:oii-S E. Finn ti B i.. Uoiu Medal Braui.
Mlcholson J. E Harumj,-.
Waverljr-M. v- bliai- A: ri'-n. lio d Wi-daL
Fa'-t TV vule-Cliaries Ga' dner, G'-id 5I(-dkl.
Hop bottom- X. M Finn or Son. Gold Mi-da'.
Toby banaa T ibyhanns t: Lsbitfb Lumber
Co Gold Mod id Brand
Gon.dslcri, -S a Adams. Goli M-is: Bread.
Koseow Oaiire & Clements, G..S Meca..
Laae Ar--i Jm,- a Bortres, Gold Medal
rorctt C.: -J. L. Morgan & Co.. Gold Mcia!
1 LII, CEMENT. mi
LING S ViiNDSOba CEMENT F93
SEViLR PIPES, FLUE LININGS.
tek n Blood Diseases Railed Fni
ALL DBUOQIITM BELL IP.
I.lrrinnn Bio, k..saiannnh,nit
Dexter Shoe Co.,
33 Penn A.venue
COMMENCING TODAY EVENING, JAN. 15
A CHAN( E to buy at your ow n price
Hardware, Saws, Hammers, Tinware,
Lamps, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. Fancy
and Other Goods.
Sign KVd Flag,
Office, 813 West Lacka
Quarries and Works,
MQOSIC POWDER CO.
Rooms 1 and 2 Commoawealtb Mi
a I 1 1
sn: an n, pa.
MINING and BLASTING
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Ufflin&Rand Powder Co. 't Finer Goods. More Tasteful
ORANGE GUN POWDER Colorings and Lower Trices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
Had at tbi MOOSIC mid BUdH
DALK w oKlvS.
l lcitiio Battarlea, Puibs for axploJ-
ui blasts N.f, iv Kum" au.l
RcpaiinoCliciiucal Co. ' High Exploiivei
fiatoposn PIsh Klrsi .i . . i ar ittsataid
bipoi tor Bvrgtisr A Kngsl's TinnhiDufuf
N. i Cot, 15lli and Filosil Phtladia
Moil 0' straw i fot if ttdmta of N R, Vwn
lylvMili All oonvotitm tot tMVfttii
to Mid ffotn Kromt Btrotri ' aiitl lift
TWMftll ioJ Market Btrttil -tjitioti )
ittftblo tot vlaUIni HoroittonUmi uui ih
I If Iii tin Aiit hrnoltrt HOfklAi
Pi limit I OR
Coal or lbs i finality for domvatls BN,aa4
of all Nlz.-a. di'livurod la any iurt ut tna city
st town! i-rlrn.
Oram raft at my aflkMi
M. lis, WTOMINfl AVKNVtt,
Kcnr rcKini, Hi st floor, Thlr 1 rtaMoBBl Hank,
or HPtit liy mall or tclnplioiie to thu iiuito. will
raevlTs prorapl atta&tlba.
Hpaoill emtrarts will bl msdi-for tin, aalo
aud Uollvoi v uf BBOkwbaal Coid.
WM. T. SMITH.
llanafaetarara --r tiir- CslvVrtW
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Large Medium and
I White Clover,
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates tor
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT k CONNELL GO.
IS THE BIST. Get prices nnd
lee llw furnaco aud bo con
vinced. A (till line of HBAT
EUS, Appollo aud Umua Door
Atlantic Reliuiflg Co,
HinnufatMurorn ntul lValor i:i
lllamlnating and Lubricating
l Insead 0U, Napthai ud GhtBO"
lines of Ml gradai. Axle Oreaso.
Pinion QraaM and Oolliary Com
pound ; also, ft large lino of Par
rafflui Wax Candles.
We also handle the Pamoni CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family Bafety
bnrnlny oil in th market
WILLIAM MASON, Managor.
Office: Coal BaujBUUM Wyoialua Ay
Works at 1'uio Urooa.
A Hands jino Complexion
l mi. .it' tli.! ,t. : . I r i i-i il Wi'iM.m r;ll! I
pOMOH PotiOJtl'l Complexion 4'uwdkb 9
Jfl Vt?M 11.