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THE snRANTON T"RTBI3 WE FRIDAY MOKNTNCk APRIL 1?. 1894.
Elluhuiood t s'ora
1)00 of cull mil,
iVm.uds the Iltt-IJ -is
u lisr lOe to 1 11
Ilighc t of all in Leavening Power. L.itcst U. S. Gov't Report
IS SCARCELY more thiin halt
dressed. No mutter how fine
a bonnet, how eleKiUlt drill slu
may have, n rent pair of Cloves
is necessary for tlio completion
of the out-iloor toilette, and. in
f net. makes tip for a great deal
that may be lacking in other ar
ticles of dross. Vou can pot
Gloves Kid Gloves nt almost
any pries, (let them here. A
fair-priced glove is, however,
cheapest in the long run; looks
better, wears better, and is guar
anteeil not to rip or tnr. We
have the Fo9ter Kid (ilove, the
H'te Jouvin Kid Clove and other
well-known makes. Good Cloves
they nre. Other storps have
them, too. The only difference
is in the price OURS, of course,
being the lowest. But. the best
(ilove we have is tho new
With Large Peari Buttons,
in all the New Shades,
Tans, Erowns and Blacks,
How quick women are to recngniz
superior "style!" How they discover
that our Hats are hoth beautiful and
beautifying! Often it takes but a
look in the Blots, a query as to price
and, presto! a sale it made.
Matter! and Things in Gineral in the
Fperial to the Scranton Tribune.
HoitESOALI, Ph., April 19. A sacred
concert will be given in S John's
church, Tuesday evnin?, April 17, bv
the church choir. Miss lulls Dolierty,
Mrs. Hubert Kelly, John Carr and Ho
well Davis are among the well known
singrs who will take part. Admission,
25 and 3r cents
The storm raged fircely here yester
day. Gravity railroad was partly crip
pled. St. Joseph's society bald an enjoyable
dance at I'ioneer h ill last evening.
The RirmetS which will be held in
connection, with the coming fair of
Company K. is attracting widespread
attention. Bo prepared to attend the
armory fair which will tako place in
At tho home of the bride's father,
William H. McElroy, of Saeleyville ;
Miss Deesie L. McElroy was nnited in
marriage to Harry O. Fast! At H .'!0
o'clock last evening, ReT. C. A. Benji
min performing the ceremony, (,'lurles
Pethiok and Miss Jsnnie B'aalz, cousin
and sister of the groom, stood with the
bride. A pleasant reception was held
after the wedding. The newly married
couple are living at their home on
Brief Nowe Paragraphs Panned by a Live
Fjwcial to the Scranton Tribune.
Hallstead, Pa., April 19 Miss Jes
sie Hartley, of this place, is to open n
bikery on Main street in the uenr fn
Mr. and Mrs. George Ward visited
Mrs. George Vosbnrg, of Bingham
ton, and Miss Ella Iiurgett aro visiting
Mr. Charles Lawrence
Mrs I. Berry, of Waverly. is visiting
at the residence of George Van Fleet.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive E l
gineers at their last meeting presented
their former president, Mrs. George
Van Fleet, a handsome gold pin as a
token of esteem in which she was hel d
in that organization.
Mrs. J. L. Compton has returned
home from visiting friends in Wind
sor, N. Y.
Mr. iiid Mrs G.Oapwell and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Capwell will leave tomor
row for Pitiston to visit their grand
mother, who will bo 101 years old on
Emma Fesiendou hag returned home
from viiitiug her gramlp irents in Fos
ter. y .
"Bardock Blood Bittern taken after eat
ing will relieve any feeling of weight or
over fullness of the stomach. Sold evory
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nny volume in '1' Colnmbai fo
riui. Over t Miles to select from.
M CENTS And Four C oupons for
any book In tlm Huby Serlen.
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nnv book lit tlm Oxford Serien,
THE NEWS OF
Oat Of town corroniHjn'lftuts OfTKt Tint
PXBlhoilldsifQ tbell ttfttllM in full to nvlil
utuvltttr, not fr publication out to muni
i.aiiist ili-coutl ja.J
FOREST CITY MATTERS.
All the News of Current Interest Tula In
tflircial to the fibronfoa Tribnn".
Forest city, Pn., April 12 Miss
Mary Livin. an estimable young lady,
ago 94 yeais, and the ilangiiter of
James Lavln, a resident of our suburb.
Vanillin;, died last evening of spinal
meningitis after having been ill only
since Sunday. Miss Lsvin wis the
possessor of a large number or friends
who will be sorry to learn of her un
timely death. The funeral will take
place .Saturday moniitig. Interment in
Mrs Uinj. HaZty was in Carbondale
Judge Searle, of Montrose, nntenoed
Frank McD-nuott yesterday. BfoDer-
moit it will be remembered, attempted
to shoot O. C. Westctate a short time
ago upon a slight provocation. Four
charge! were placed against iloDsr
mott, namely, carrying concealed
weapons, assault and battery, an i
Felonlua assault and intent to kill
Westgate withdrew the latter charge
Hii i, as a eopseqnence, the judge im
posed a lighter sentence, which was
$'.') fine, four months in the county jail
and to pay the cost of prosecution
Rlnebardt Jaroti has opened a
bakery In tiie Baud block under C. S
Alexander's tailor shop. Mr. Jacoh
comes from Carbondale.
Miss Louisa Westgate is the guest of
her sister, Miss Pearl Westgate.in Car
bondale. ReT, F, C Hogan, pastor of the Meth
odist Episcopal obnrob in this place, is
attending the Wyoming conference in
Scranton this week. Mr. Hogan'l
friends will he pleased to learn that In
all probabilities he will be returned to
The employes of the Hillside colleries
in Foreit City will be paid Saturday,
An infnnt child of Gregory Kane,
who fUOVrd from this place to Rich
mondTilla a short time ago, is dead.
"Oliver Twist'' w is very creditably
produced at the opera homo last even
ing by the Wonderland Theater com
pany. W. D Corbett in "BUI Syks"
won many deserved compliments fo:
bis splendid work in that difficult pan
'F.igin. the Jew," by F. D. Munroe,
was worthy the nam- of good acting
The supporting comp iny was goo :
Professor McGraniglian delights hi
audience by his charming selections o
the piano. "Streets of New York
tonight; ''Hidden Hand' tomorrow
night. Prices. 10. '20 and 80 cents.
Miss lone Tyler returned to her liom
in this pluee to lay, after a week's Visit
In CsrbonJale, as the guest of Mrs A
S, Lewsley. Mrs. Le Wiley is spending
today at the boms of Miss Tyler.
A typographical error occurred i
the Foresf City items to Tub Tribune
today. The nam", John U. Hawkins,
should read John R. Han kins.
Dyspepsia and I- li,
In their worst forms are cured by the
use of I'. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or if you need a tonic to regain
Qeshand lost appetite, strength and vigor,
take i 1. I'., and you will be strong and
healthy. Iror shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke
Kootanil Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P, is the greatest blood
purifier in tho world. For sale by nil
CLARK'S G E E N NWS.
Crlp and Entertnininir Notes of Personal
and Other Gjsnip.
BgHtUu to the Scranton Ttlbum,
CfABK'fl GRBRH, April 12. W. S.
Fr.ice Ibent several days in New York
city, replenishing Ilia stock.
Jhss Nellie Dewey spent Sanity
with A F Brlgbam's,
Miss Frankie Nortbnp returned home
on Tuesday last after an extended visil
among frionda, hotli at Bersnton and
Mis Grace A. Davis received a S'Vere
sprain of the ankle wliile on her way
to school No. 1 on Tnes lay last.
The work being done on the Grlfflu
reservoir by the Providence Water
works, has been suspended for a short,
time on account of tho heavy snow
storm. G. F. Spencer, of Thompson, called
on friends here on Wednesday,
Ellsworth G. Head now occupies his
new home recently erected in Until
land parK. ,
Mrs. Clarence (J. Nortbnp, of Wash
Ingtoo, D c, and Miss Alios Northup
called pn their many friends here on
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Ur. King's New Discovery for 0on
SnmptlOtt, Coughs nnd Colds, upon Hi,,
condition. If you aro afflioted with a
Cough, Cold, or any Lung, Throat, orGhOSt
trouble, and will use this remedy as di
rected, civing it a fair trial. ami experience
no benefit, you may return the boitle and
have your money refunded. Werould not
make this olfer did we nut know that Dr.
King's New DlesoVery could he relied on.
It never disappoints. Trial bottlea free at
Matthew Urns', drug store. Large size
50c, and SI.
ARCHBALO AND VICINITY.
Mw of th? D iy Chronicled in Terse
lifiiinf fn (fie Scranton Tribune.
ArcbbaU), April 12. Abratn How
ells desireH it announced that he will
be a candidate for delegate to the Re
nuhllcan county convention from the
Second district of the Firit wnrd.
At N o'clock last evening Henry ( Hb
and Mists Aggie 'loolln, both well
known voung peoiil- of Hill street.
were marrieil last evening by Rev. T.
J. Comerford, pastor of St. Thomas'
church. The groom was attended by
Jacob Fink and Mils Mary Fink, his
sister, was bridesmaid, Both bride
and bridesmaid looked charming in
beautifSl drab cashmere costnmoi. A
reception was held at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mra, Patrick
Toolin, where many friends of the
young couplo called to congratulate
them. The will begin housekeeping at
The etrost car lino of the Carbondale
;s ... ...
Tr lotion company was not cleared for
traffic until llo'olook this morning,
when the first car since Tuesday ran.
The resolutions presented hv Mr.
Jones at. t lie council meeting on Tnes
day evening, particularly those relat
ing to the presentuiion imd p ivm "it ol
tulle, cannot hut prove beneficial it
vigorously followed. Heretofore it
has been customary for bill to be or
dered paid on presentation to the coun
cil without Hiving been examined,
Mr. Jones' resolution will do away
with this nn-bnsineaslike prsctlce and
wilt be n means of saving to the
Rev. F. P. Walsb,of South Scranton,
was the guest of T. J. Comerford yes
terday. A sneak thief entered tho residence
of Michael McHale, of Cemetery street,
yesterday and stole i goi I watch b-
lOBgiogto Michael HoHale, jr. The
thief was apprehended and the watch
wan returoe i,
ALL AKOUND AVOCA.
An Batertatnini Correepondsnt'i Buduot
of Pithy Puravraiilis.
Fvcct&l to tt.t seranton 2V(oiute,
AVOCA, Pa., April, 13. 0, D. Hollis
ter has moved his family to Bhullz
ville, Wyoming Cuinty. where he in
tends to engage iu farming, Clare
Holltster will take his position at the
Avoea Colliery, wliicu will resume
work tomorrow nft.'r an idleness of a
couple of Weeks.
.Mrs. J, U. Snyder, of Lsrksville,
spent tiie forepart of this week visiting
her son Brnest, who is lying very sick
at his home with rheumatism.
Miss Maud Gay is visiting her grand
parents, ?dr. and Mrs. .1. Bnvder,
Mr. and Mrs. George T Price are in
attendance at the Methodist confer
ence being held at Scranton this week.
At the Repnbliean convention held
liere on Monday W. A Loughrey, of
Port Griffith, was fleeted to represent
the Fifth district at th Republican
state convention nt Harrisbnrg,
Rev. J. J, McCabe attended the Forty
hours devotion in Carbondale on Mou-
dav evening, where he delivered an
Mr. William Webber ami daughter,
Mis Fannie, spent yesterday in Scran
Mattio Bngleanl, who was iqueexed
between cars in the Avoea colliery last
week, im ni)le to be around again.
Mr. and Mrs. William Laird left on
Tuesday morning for Philadelphia,
where Mr, Laird is having an opera
tion performed on bis rye.
Miss .Mary Divies returned home af
ter spending a week with friends in
Bprglara broke open the house of
George Shales on Liccoln hill, but did
nt secure anything.
Eugene lil icKwell line accepted a no
ition witli James Brown.
Captain Flannory, of Pittstoa, was a
caller to onr town yesterday.
The marriage of Patrick Meehan to
Miss Mary Hopkins, of Dupont, is an
nounced for the first time.
Mrs. M. Sell eubi r .'er, Beaver Dam,
Wis., write-: "We have used Dr. Thomas'
Bclectrlo Oil in onr family for Coughs,
Golds, Croup and Rheumatism. It cures
Qliinpsen of News Qathertd Hare one1.
There on th Fly.
Fricriat to the Scranton TWftnna
Jkrhyn, Pa., April l1.' a child ol
Thomas McLnug ilin, j:-.. died Tnesdny
if ter a two days' illn sa of soarlet fever.
Interment In Scott cemetery.
P. H. Baker and ('. U. Winter nro in
attendance upon tho conference iu
J. D, Weston, of Honssdale, came
over the gravity luring the snow storm.
He reports traveling very unpleasant
ovr the mountains.
Frank Carey has moved to Tompkins-
Th" Misses Pvlicoea will bold an en
tertainment in the Metbodist Episco
pal church, 'j'ho programme will be
The many fi lends of Rev. J. V Newel,
at one tlm pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal c'nurc'i here, will regret to
io.irn of his isrlous illness at fail home
Rev. Mr. Sand ford is moving into
William Dray's boussotl Second etreet.
Invitations have been issu-il by
Rushbrook lodge, 850, independent
Order of Old Pel lows, to a social in
i neir bsl 1 on April 90
Bdwln W o i il worth, who was so
severely burnrd at the time of the
school bouse fir,', iihs mi far r covered
that he is able lo wall: ont.
Rev. Mr, Hathaway, of Carbondale,
will occupy the pulpit of the Methodist
Hiplfoopal ohuroh Sunday.
F A. Gill is in Scranton attending
the Methodist Bpiecopal conference.
I). 1) M. Soiiinu', of Carbondale, in
stalled th members of Rnshbrook
lodge ri.iti j d una ay evening.
Mrs. P. A. Biker is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. R Nuthertou, of
.1. D stockr transacted business in
Cai l ondale today,
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Shepherd
have ismeil invitations for ii select
party on Friday evening.
Remarked bv li. 0. Joiner, nt. Allen P
o.. Billedale Co., Mieb,: "Nothing gave
i y rheumatism such quick relief aeOr.
Thomas' RolectrloOU beliere it infallible
Live News D.:lls Penned by a ilusl'
Fvrctol to the Xrrtintm !W5eat,
PBlOBBURfl, Pa,, April 12 Tout
Logan pad visit to an old townsman.
Will McLaughlin, in C'urbontinlu in
Mrs. Charles Burnet of Peckville,
ealled on friends in town yesterday.
The woods are full of candidates for
the coming o muty convention,
A minstrel tron o is hilled to :ip".:ir
in smith's Music ball on Saturday
It is ilnoirely hoped that the council
will ib lomethlng and that speedily,
towaril bettetgOR the condition of our
st re-'ts, which are iu a deplorable state
The grand castle of lvni,;!its of the
Golden 15-itfln of this sl.ite will con
vene in H istoa May 8 of this year. A
delegation from this town will attend
Miss Annie Oelaney, of Pitiston, Is
the gUfSt of friends on Lincoln street.
Mrs. Wieland, of Main street, hc
hsa been leriOUSly ill for Home time, is
The miniature lake in front of W. II.
A Consclentlc.us Tleporter'j F.eiume of
RaspMilaae of a Dae
flMffOl lo ttl ScrHnton Tribune.
Carbohdale, Pa. April W. The
followtug deaths occurred in andaboot
this city during ties past twsnty-four
hours: Mrs. Catharine 0' Boyle died
at her home on the West Side thin
morning at s o'clock of pneumonia, at
the ego of 7a yeara Funeral Saturday
morning at 0 o'clock at St. Rose
church, llattie, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Conrad Hanenstein, died this
morning at her parents home on
Belmont street, of diphtheria Funeral
took place this afternoon. R yj she
little son of Mr. and Mrs. DaVl 1 Jones,
nf Clark street, died this morning of
diphtheria. Pin, funeral, being pri
vate, will bo hold tomorrow Friday.
Miss Mary Lavln died at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James L ivi.i.
of Vandllng, yesterday evening at 7
O'clock at the age of 90 ye n s. Mr, and
Mra. Gregory Raul's 14-mopths-old
son JamiH died last night at their homo
in Richmondale, Funeral tomorrow
Last evening at H .0(1 o'clock Miss
Mary A. Thomas ami Frederick J.
Thomas were united in marriage at the
Trinity rectory by Rev. E.J. Balsley.
The bridesmaid was the bride's sister,
Miss Murgarot Thomas, and the best
man was the groom's brother, Richard
Thomas, After the ceremony the newly
Wedded Couple were driven to newly
furnished rooms on Wyoming street,
where they will at once COtUtUonoe
Mrs. S. S. Hards and Mrs. D. W.
Humphrey were Visitors in Scranton
Mrs. A. S. I.ewsley rpent today in
Forest City as the guest of Miss ion
By the aid of the snow plow and
shovels, the 'fraction compeny opened
Ut) the street railway this morning
after an idleness o: one day on aoo6nnt
of the heavy snow storm.
A. D. Turnbnll made u business trip
to Scranton this afternoon.
Mrs. Alva Edgett, a former Carbon '
dale resident, a the gn stof Mr. and
.Mrs. E M. Pok,o( Washington street
Mr. mid Mrs. A W. Binaooter and
little son, called on SorantOU trie ids
I'll - dime entertainment to be given
by the Ladle's Auxiliary at Association
Hall bes leen postponed to Tueiday
L. . Mills and James B Nicholson
returned today from a business trip to
Syracuse, x. .
df disease focd on lif
aro only overcome
or sourid, healthy
Lhe Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
Is nn easy, palatable f.tt food
that makes new tissuo quick
ly nnd gives strength. Phy
sicians, tlio world over, en
Dcii't bo deceived fr; Substitutes!
rrecerod by BsoM A Bene, It. Y. All I'mcci-ts
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
V VOMIMU A. SCKANTUSh
BTEINWAT A SOU
KIIAMCIi ft UAOU
BTUtiXZ & UAUUII
4 ' " law etooS f first-Haw
musk;, i.'i'O., BXCL
Tho GENTJINB New Haven
New Viir) Warerooms
B. C, RICKER & CO.,
S ile dealers in this section.
OFPIOR 128 ADAMS AVE,
Havlnt secured I bo BBOEtNO FOROS ot
William Illume A s .ii for a permanent bnal
ness stand, I hhull uiniliua t-iientiflf' una
I atbologlaal bboo ngortba Prevention, Ro
imf and 1'uie nf Latnonna ninl other Impedi
menta In the movements (Ml Boraea Incidental
ordnetoimperleet hIuh ini. I nlmll elvethu
work mv personal attonth h and anarantee nn
extra char(re,exci pi for Immovomi nt. Lame
M'ss, eic, will ix t leated aftornoone. a frco
clinie ninl iriifesKi,iu,d udviee (riven everv
atonday (rein i to . r. M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V. S,
for purity, and tor ltnprovemt atolthaoom'
pi ex ion, nothing equals Poaaoin'a Powder.
BE SURE AND
get your choice
Gae coupon and one Dime,
A:.wrl' ," - ,-?Tfvsc'i J -J
Minn Katie ttosengiunt
Tho Voorst Case the Doc
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sarnaparilla Perfectly Cured
"C. I. Hood A CO., IiOWCll, Mass.:
'Dear Sirs: I wish to ti dily to the great
value of Rood's Sarsaparilla. for some time i
had been troubled with scrofula, which ear!
last winter assumed a very bad form.
Sores Appeared on tVy Faro
nnii bands and gradually Ini i-iis. J in number
until they reai lied to my shoulder, Tbedoctors
S'ii.1 it was t'ae wont ease of scrofula they ever
vw ::inl alio went so far ns tos:y il WOI in
,'ih . 'ill -, i tried ointments and other remedies
bat to no avail. A friend recommended Hood's
Sarsaparilla, and although I w as completely dii
cnurag id, a :i lust chat I reioh ed to give ii a
trial. After taklni
Hie bottle 1 nut:
, :i the sores
bad comtneuceu i
heaL Alter tin:
Thoy Weio All Healed.
i eontlnued to take ii. however, until i bad used
nine bottles, and now i am perfectly weU."
;iiss Katik Kosenobant, Ulster, 1'enu.
Hood's Filis are prompt and efScleut, yet
eai j in action. Bold by all druggists. l!5c.
Dr. E. Grewer
ik PbiladelpUla Fpeclalfel,
And bis sseootatod rtart ot Encllsh nnl :er
man rnrHclans.are uuw pormanontqr located
Temple Court Building
.ti i BPftirrE st.
Where die umy l Rotultd DAILY AND
i he Doctor is a graduate "t tba Unlvoratty
01 Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator 61
pnyaiolomr and rargory at tlm Midicochlr
urijical Cn',le;:e, of Pln.Ke,,,ii. He ts Also
111 Honorary i ember o( the JIeili.-, i hirur
fical AesiH-i.-itloik i.rel was plivuinn mid
lurseon In chief ot the most noted American
and " rman hospitals, comes highly Indor led
by tnaletitiiin profe BOri ot Philadelphia -mJ
His many years ol hospital experience efi"
IiIch thu eminent phyaielan nnd aurgeon to
correctly dlaanoee anil treat a'.l ilet"rm:toi
and dlnensea with the mst flattering eucceta
and bis 11, h standing in the state wilt 110S
kit v him to accent mv tncnrable can
I.ii-i IIANHOOII i:i .toi l I)
WKAKNKss M mum; MKN CCRKD,
If yon have neen given np ny your physi
cian call upon the doctor and "lie" examined.
He cures the worst case-of NervonaOebilitr,
Bcrotnla, tud Sores, i Bturrh. I'ilca, Female
Wcakneaa Affections ot ttv Ear, Bye, Nose
and Throat. Asthr.ri, Deafness. Tumors, fan
ears and Cripplea of every d-scription. Con
raltarlon In Enidtib and TJerman free, whieh
ihall lie considered sacred and itrlotly confi
dential, , ttl.-.- four.: Il A, M. to ' !' IL lially.
guntlay, !' a.m. to p m.
Bank of Scranton.
atatemcnt Feb, B8, 1804, ealled for by
tin- Comptroller nf the Currency.
l onn-. St, 310,840 OO
Overdrafts im t. :i7
United Btalea Dondi ROiOoo.00
oilier Honda S18.A78.V.1
llntilitna House 88,074.46
Preminmi onV. s. itnnda.... 048 7fl
hoe Ircm II. s. a ia usurer 7,000 ml
roc from Bauka 808.410. 73
line to llunka
WILLIAM CONNKLts President
OKO, ll. CATtIN, Vice-President
WILLIAM 11 PE( K, Kliier
William Council, Genrae i. Catlln,
Allied Hand, Jamea Arehbald, nnnv
llelltl, Jr., Milllim T. hmltli, Lutliev
This banh Oflnra lo dennaltnn rvcry
facility warranted by their balance, imsi
tieaa and roipoiialblllty.
Special in t -ii I l.iii tven to liuslneaa ae
counts. Intoroat paid on ttma deposlta
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginrrhanis 0r the
Coming Spring and summer,
l iner Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
l v inn
400 and 402 Lackawanna Avenue
Oi : o
75o. iind 80c, j
We still have a lew
patterns left of the
40c. Tapestry Brus
m APDII Qt
aaf n ti n ruu 8ddki
, r l I: D P Q
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
With no . .h).oo Database or over we will present n CI otic (Cathoilralj
with evtrj .. . .t't purchase ti Dinner Bat t Decorated )
Onr :!l).0l) Uutlit is displayed in our window. See it.
A Tew o he prices have
same will jilonso call.
'V a i
Boots and Shoes.
on OPENING DAY,
ChaniHe Curtains, $3.25.
(An unusual bargain.)
heavy and extra
Imported Tapestry, Satin
Derby, Satin Damasks,
Batinette Fringed, lyds.
Holland Shades, fringed,
Hartshorn Rollers, 50c.
each; usual price, 65c.
lHconomv, will do the
They will furnish vour house
complete from cellar to garret
at one day's notice and give yon
rr. Those holiiiug coupons of