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THE SCR ANTON TH1.BTJNE MO'N DAY MOKNIKG. A1JRLL HO. 1891.
F. E. WOOD,
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Hit 8CRANT0N TRIBUNE.
SCR ANTON. APRIL 30, IS04.
Vki;y NATURALLY th" KokIUIi news
p pers Yi-w in tbil Goxey uprising the
"first faint Kiyna of the coming dtssolu
tioii of the Ii public." They uavo bcon
perceiving thege faint eijju for a plump
100 years. It has become a hnbit which
they tvouMu't be hnppy without.
A Setback to Culture.
There is nut much oucoarugetneat to
the liberal policy which Mr. Frothing
bum hail inaugurated iu the gpeetcls
of n first olssi ihciitrioul company like
Mr. Palmer's the best, imleo.1, toilny
playing on American soil giving u
ptrb performance in a baodiotn Bw
theater, before empty chairs, .'.eApite
the fact that the adtnltlioo pric-wis
lower than ScraDtonleni pty whU
they witness t h same company in the
metropolis L ivint? n?id' fir tie m 1
nient, all question of h tiAiio xcl
lenee, and putting the inbjeot on th
low plane of it m re comm.-rci .1 bir
gain, tuose pottODI In "Ur own city
who woald Imv'e attended this class of
amusement in New York or Phil
adelphia and thought nothing
of paying double the price of
sdnUeion that was charged lut Friday
ami Batnrday inhibited a blunt i huuih
of baelnetc snrewdneee when thy ! r
I acted the inporlor opportunity offered
to tliem, at reduced ooit, at tbelr own
doors We dlelikt to spoik of such a
subject from thil point of tiw; but
the issue lias bjen raised and c m b
none the worse for plain speakintf.
Manager Bu rounder, in the comueting
theater, lung ago eucouuterel the same
difficulty) and wliile ue U,is at t.ui'S
corgnted to suiter pecuniary loss in
order that the limite 1 nututvjr of iocnl
theater patrons who really enjoy tbe
drain i in its highest exhibitions might
recuve something worthy of their at
tention, he has literally been coin
polled, as any bnsinoslike manager
will in the long run be compelled, to
Ri'.xpt the grade of bit attractions to
the l v-l of the andleooet that uiako
hi entering profit :tl.
It j irs npon n to he Forced noon or
r itl Bl to conf ss that tbsre is an alto
gether unpleatatit fr.icti n of truth in
the satirical filngl which BCTMton
front tine to time rvc-iirea b-ran o of
tbe comp.iratiye!y limited nnui'wr of
r :r cntiz-n-i who teen really to e ire
fur urt in any dignili-1 manifs: ition
In painting, tbe brush wnici) Is must
lavish wnh i s colors ao l grotesque in
i's i);mrniioiis is quite as lik ! o win
loenl f vor, proTided it be anffloientljf
meil," as one which has larity of
expression and finely modulated tust.
In muMc, how oft n hare we been
fl cd by sonorons adventurer,
poeeeestng smell -!iluies ml se-m
luuly large by unlimited cheek! And
wien has there ben a time that 4 C r-b-
tt or a do tig it would not attract to
our placet of pnbllo assemblage a
larger Congregation t an would gr-et .
Booth or appr' iate the cloqaeace of
a Phillips or a Ch itii.iti.i W ml I the
Uotore, as an ladepMdect Inatl n'ion
,tf cnltnre, nneopportod br sod iooal
loci il or religions aid, ritiiuirte th
d'Uipmy Whioh should contrast to
furnish tbe illuminntiug gi or erfii .
to p.iy the islnry Of tne tick t sen :?
In what other community of equal
siz -, possessing our w.al'.n, tUterpriat
and midline ahility to achieve mat' rial
wonders, is there such an 0OOasionl
lack of poblie encouragement for Iboss
agencies thit tunic- for culture?
It is not often that TBI 1 r.uiiWK In
dulges in tin lai t n.i.j of gloom It
too thoroughly like to look on tn
bright aid of thing Hut lucre is susb
II danger as indisciiminste optlmiam.
The d-f "lt which is deliberately ig
norud become in tim a fixed fjtilt mid
Bnnlly baffles eorreotion, We frankly
confess that we are sometimes sordf
TOged to sue deserving efforts' to eu
courago th cultivation of loftier
standards laughed at or ignored. When,
in a dramti'.ic way, tlie most capable
ompnnl m in the mimstio profession
are locally welcomed by cmpiy
bencbe.', wblli the proficient auro
ti.it or the notoriou brnistr carrie
the favor of our p-ople by storm, what
conclusion can one roaeh that is not
uncomp Imentary to the local pnbtlol
Perhaps it may be nrgtie'l in extuu,
tion that ss a community Scrantoii is
young. Perhaps it in iy bo sul that
we sball grow into a riper culture
wnen we shall have experienced more
of tbe mellowing inflosoos of time.
Conceding all this, where does tt leave
tbe Kcrautoniau of to Iy1 Miut lie sit
still and grow gr-.y-h.alud nutil cul
ture shall overtake ai.d force Itself
In behalf of Mr. Dony, It ehonld b
said that he has not qq istlonod the
right of Any druggist to keep open on
bnndHy provided he limits bis Sun lay
sales to medicine only. The contrary
impression is erroneous.
Henry Clay Republicanism.
Numerous influential Republicans of
Pottsville have organized what they
call tbo Henry Clny Republican league
of America, branch 1 of Whish is lo
cated in that borongb. Tbe lvsguu's
purpos, in addition to keeping alive
tbe memory of tbi notable American
patriot and statesman, is to perpetuate
the lofty teaching which makes the
name of IInry Clay stand in iiianv re
spect firit Among tho great lenders of
the republic. Tbe league will sndeAVor
to beautify the grounds surrounding
what is said to be the first monument
erctd on American soil is Mr. Clay's
honor; but npart from that it will
strive to cultivate a yet stronger senti
ment in favor of protection to Ameri
can Industrie and a firmer faith iu
the exalted destinies of our free insti
tutions. The time chosen for the inaugura
tion of this work is certainly auspi
cious. There have been few prior oc
casions evincing greater need of a reso
lute spirit of civic enthusiatm practic
ally directed to rational ends. The prob
lem whieb presses for solution at this
time is not the bloody problem jf hu
man slavery, in the discussion of whioh
Lexington's old man eloqn-mt bre suoh
1 eonnuionou parti tut it Is 1 orobl m
nmiB tlie less serums I mse. 1 .'king iti
Ir uiitic ejements U il tbe .ov -rutin
nt nf onr ureal 1 let in Wl 1 -n on
. rowing 11 jou 1 i -1 1 1 in il tin m 1
11 plus ut mi n and v e , sb
pin ifi id ol 0 rruptl n rul an
urn o "Ver fr and cl an. t
the vigilant cnutrol of an edupateil
mejorityi and nntil the lebasad
stream oi debauched state nd national
legislation which flow today in nweli
ing volume from these pointed unn
lountalu-beails shall be filtered and
clarified there will be need of brave
sentiment nud honest palriotinn like
that which Clay's name typiQes and
Clay's memory recalls.
Tbe time is also auspicious for a
revival of zeal in the advocasy of in
dustrial protection. Whou we re
call the struggling industries that
Clay's vision rested upon, mere, faint
suggestions, compsratlvely almost in
visible, of tbe large worksh qiS and
diversified industrial capability of to
day, it adils new lustre to his memory
to reflect tbit even In that cradle time
of our advaucem-iit he saw, clearly
aud truly, the need of a new political
economy, oalonlated to protect 01 in
the rir !i advantage which lavish tia
ture had bestowed In the shadow of
the blight which a recreant DemoOMOT
has cast upon the earning power of
our citiz ns at this lime, it is timely to
turn back to ibe teachings of ' I
prophetic patriot wtio, tire score
years ago, warne I us of this pitfall and
used the larges. of his peerleis elo
qu-nce to cuida onr coming footstep
into ihe paths of peace an I prosperity.
OROitraSKD LAWLKSnMaW got DO con
cewioni from QoTernor William Mc
Kinley. When it took the form of
train robbing and of seditious defiance
of the loci authorities, be promptly
ordsred state tr ops, with gsttling
guns, 10 teach the law biuairs a les
son, Highway robbery has not yet
been legalized In tbi country, even
tl ougli it have the implied sanction of
many genteel IVmocr.itte reformers
who think thev are scientific sociilists
Last Week's Lesson.
Tho past fortuight has been fruitful In
instruction to those whodig deeper than
thcsnrfaoeintoclgolfioant event, Prom
every s-ctiou of our couutrr tbe weer.
bas brought identical n.rrativi d l
enptiv of th progress of a soiial re
voit against order, stability, intclll
gence and wealth The m itch nf OoXy
along the thoringh fares of Maryland
as been paralleled in adoz-n imitative
UprUingS, while in two or three ln
sianc'Sthe property of transportation
c irjsir itions lias been seized 10 defiance
of law anl held ageinsl the peaceful
proti st of the civil authorities until,
upon at least on OOOaSlOtt, the strong
arm of th miliury b id to be Invoiced
to restore contiacateil property to It
owners and oahle OOmfflCMI to pro
ceed along its arcuntotned thannels.
While, in an immediate seme Ibeca
IrrnptloM of Ignornnoc and crime bsve
not been formidable, they nevertheless
inv.-lv germs of disorder whirh should
not be mistakenly hrunued aside as of
little cons- qu nco, I tit whuh should be
studied witn most earn-.it attention.
It eh' tlld be s il I to the credit of the
authorise who have ttns far ben
confronted with tbe DCOOCCitj of cop
ing with tln-ee errant contingents ol
mieti ken enthusiasts and vagrants that
without exception tney hive done, their
duty promptly, thoroughly, y-t with
pro leiice and skill. LcwIoOUOCI np to
t . is j oint has f und no direct encour
Sgsmsnl frr-m any of the governors of
toe states through Which the erntrie
OOrp are meandetlng. Put the methods
of so forcing the lew beve fortunately
been discreet. The loc.l ofliililshave
tn each instance made due alh'Watice
for the ignornnoc end p irverted vaga
rirs of a partly real and partly imagin
ary sense of wrong e Inch are tho am
mating impulses to ti ese various I'opu
iistic movementi They hav rccog
HilCd triat justice and authority are
biftieat whea tempered with mercy,
anil that of all the virtue cbaritv hi
Chief Thus they bavo been disposed
to soften duty with pity; aud to re
frain from that oreroffioioM harshness
and aesitity wlucU, oomlnc ODOO
lliiuds already inliuued and disoriered,
would seem to savor of persecution
and therefore call into being that
strongest of all incitement, a mistaken
sense of martyrdom.
C nylon, a this prnt phai of
discontent i now doubtless perman
ently designated, is really muob less to
be blmned than appears on tbe surface.
Men who steal should be punished ,
men who assemble disorderly should
dispersed. Put the real culprits be
hind all this shi f liug phautasmagorla
of ill-digest) d efforts toward tne bet
terment of social conditions; the ones
who are the prime, movers in all this
bideoua nightmare of fantusiic econ
omic conceits sr not the Fryo and
the Ki-lleys and tha Coxey whom it 1
upheaving into epbemcrel puoliclty,
out th po1iob0d genteel and calcnl it
lug apostles of a so called scientific
socialism who, during the p-st three
decade, no' content witn the great!
and swiftest progroci mi le by 4iiy neo
pie in the history nf inankii. l, mncl
11 eds set their btiey brains to w irk at
leavening the misses with discontent,
aud feeding uncultivated minds BpOO
tbe Insidious seeds of social revolution.
This species of socialistic negation of
the rights of property, this polite ef
fort to obliterate the golden rule from
the philosophy of republican govern
ment reached its crest wive of success
in tho presidential election of 1411'.',
culminated in th installation of a half
Democratic, half fanatic uatioual ad
ministration; and is now mrly
atrowing its political flotsam aloug th
margin of it receding tide.
Ont. sentence In an oloborato re
view of the play "Saint and Sinner"
by non. John K. IUrrett in Saturday'
Truth eloquently phr9 a woll-do-served
tribute to the asting of that
veteran artist, J. H. Stoddart. It is as
follows: "Rarely has woo nnutterablo
been so forcibly epitomized on any
stage as it is here depicted by this great
actor, who interprets not only tbe
words nud thoughts and movements of
tbe play, hut gives such magnetic ex
pression to the very soul of it that he
carries his audiense with him into tbe
realm of eympsthy and speedily exacts
the tribute of their tears." And yet
we are confronted by the fact, let it be
interpreted how it may, that among a
great majority of the rank and file of
local auditors at the ttieater suoh tn
terly aottug as Mr St-ldin's is iu In
finitely eo f iv .r tiiea h an'ie "
soiii- , cr"bi' or ti ran i' (1 aoiii
11, 1 i c hedi n. Ii is oh - hi .,i .
1 It -T 1 1 K I II
It has until ill
of m nulla n
r ulted 1 1 ma 1 m
luslaesc n 1 - numb r
ag Institutions mv
1 lose 1 down, c in ot tne sc .rony ot
fuel. One lacrosse in waoi nas iijeti
reported, aff ctlng a few bundr 1 in -n
in the Pittsburg listriot ; but f r every
penny thus won a ten dollar bill has
bsen lost through voluntarv idleu es iu
other portions of the bituminous t -rri-tory.
It i not a pleasaut thiug to soe
these men deliberately choose to go
without work at a time when so m my
men, in other part of tho country, are
vainly begging for work. Much the
worst reflection couneutod with the
whole piteous spectacle is that if thre
could, in any fair manner, beau tqunlle
zatlou of industrial conditions some
men would not need to go hungry in
voluntarily while others go hungry
from choice. Tho problem, however,
is not likely to reach any nearer n solu
tion as a result of this gigantic tie-up
than it has reached t'.rou :b similar past
efforts. The iio.ir to tide mystery is
leOUrely lo k d and the key lias evi
dently been lost
Kvkn TBOCOB blood must b- sb' d,
Ibose OaVortlui Ooley cranks must he
taught that tbe rights of property re-
naln inviolable Old Itn-ss tl souie
times excusable, but theft, never.
AMgRICAKI MY, without imperti
nence, hope for so- e ly diststablishment
in Wales. The divorcement of church
an 1 state Is one of their proudest prao
tic .1 deliionstratinns.
IT WILL not reUr.l the esuse ol gen
uine home rule for Ireland to bsae tt
dVCCnoy upon a tuber appeal to justice
instead of upon the deals of parliament
Eiqhtom rHoonnno rainssoaked
O- th mite Situnlay braVed the ele
ments to see the Qtente defect the Ori
oles, No, Algernon, base I nll is uot
The camera cr.,ze which was first ap
parent iu BercntOO several yesrs b.m
is n ,t i-een eredioated t'v time. Tbe
growth of CMii-Ta SUltttr has
bei 11 ste olv an I litre, and t e number
of auistanr botl graphite his laCTCMl d
yearly until tlie artistic smtiiement
has become one of the most popnlar dl
Version HUlnlig our pn pie of refined
tastes. Bntbooiccto who repl lly lovc
tigate anything new md soon groer
lire I of the spirt have, of eotir.se,
dropped from tbe ranks of the am it-ur
pbotogrcptiy contingent locgego 1 bo
amatenr artists of today are people win
are actuated by love for the be,ntiful
In nature, and who never tire of catch
ing shadows of the enchanting sc-n-rv
of the forest, or the oddltiee in every
day life. The ko.Uk Is still a favorite
wnh the rajirity, though msnv - f the
- lidect er-lsts are provided with cp
parettti of tbe finest ijuality. end are
sports in vrr hmnch of phot -gr
ihy. Many mtenr phetogrepb re
are crnt'-nte l wi n pressing the button
and Cllowinc Mi ne one else to do til
reat. The exp-rts However, claim thai
there i m -re leicBitfic enjoyment in
devel -ping a plate than in any other
branch nt tbe art; and they never allow
a profesaiou! artist to limn their
Anting the advance 1 stn lents in this
Due may be 01 -ntloned Mr. diaries
Llndecv, formerly menager of the
A'-ademv of Mt)ic. whose nisginflrent
views of th eoenery In t'.e lock -w
-una valley are mUCb cdmired.
Henry Webber, of the Dickeoo crorhc,
anothr expert, eg-iihiti a collection ,-f
lotvrlof mln su j-cts tahco with 1
tl eh light ttiat ar uuexaellvd. L CO
tenant Btillwcll end Dr. Mratton are
nice possessors of Interesting c n-r
Hons It is estimated that then are
over Jou amatenr photographers tn
BcmctOO, The list loolndee among
OtCCtC the following: Mrs. W . II PlerOC,
Mrs. Watrn., Mi.s Bolee, III Ii racy,
ileiiry W'.bber, lot.,-rt Ad-ms,
Charles Oenter, M. WIghtman,
Qeorg B Dimmlok, Chcrlee Onneter,
I'rank Pblllln, J, AtberlOO, W'h '-r
Ben wood, Ineodore K Icel. J. W
irne. V Mittbews, )r Montgom
ery. Victor Koch Krne.it Dolpb, V E
A. ti Williams, W 11 Peck, Ur ('--u-uell,
Carl Lorenz, M. Htce, 1 V, u
Btorch, B Beyeoldc, EL W. Streets,
W. A. Wilcox, W A Oonnell, Heurj
Hitchcock. Ktward llamard. E (J.
M-wiit. j-ilni l!r oilbent A 11. S mp.
land, Dr H. V Logan, Prank W-.lf-JcmccQ
lt.iiey, fred Mever. P-rcv
Mott, K. Il Btorgce, Th ms E Jones,
W. W. PettcrsOD) John W. Fowler, E
B iJick.ion, Dr, OooltdgC, John A. C n,
L (i. French, Obarle Altirigin, iias
Kin I, L F. iilorni, E lwrd Cuamoer-
1 the iff -rt of Mr Weitnn
I Ir ctor ,.t th Y mug hleu'c
- bti ti BocooUtlon gvmnadum, re
n w . Interest iui t-eo 1 ar u 1 In
smatem pb lOgraphy t is sesaon n
ie formntlon ol eamerccinb rom
in mi -is of the aceoeistlon, Hpeeloo
ipai luietna npon tl fl r of tha
building on Wy m s , v nun b v
I ' fi te-l Up Wit ll BJppH ,,.f - I, al
lerk roomi w (.re mcmbert may -i
veloti plates at any time, ami BCU)
other arrangements have been ma I.
for the convenience of the artist who
join tha club. On Ti ursday evening
next, May :t, a stereoptlc m ent -rtalu -moot
will l-o given ut Young Men's
Christian Association hall, el which
msgle Unlet n view made by Mr
Lindsey, Lieutsuaut BtiUwuU and
others will be exhibited and a Utture
will be delivered by Hev. Mr.Skelliuger.
Upon this occasion 200 dry plates, of
tho Stanley manufacture, will be dis
tributed free among the member of
tho lub present wbo bring tbelf cam
eras. Tbe exhibition will bo in charge
of a committee consisting of Director
Weston, Ur. Stratton and II. R Cx.
On May 17 another public meeting will
be I111I 1 when a prize iu form of n baud
some kodak will be given for the col
lection of ouedoz -u mounted view,
Numerous outing are being arrang it
by Mr. W-ton for the coming itiui
tner, and from present indications t e
Bo ronton Camera club is likely to enter
unou a career of pleasurable develop
TH E best investment
in real estate is to keep build
ings well painted. Paint protects
the house and saves repairs. You
sometimes want to sell many a
good house has remained unsold
ur want of paint. The rule she mid
bt, though, "the best paint or
rone." That meau9
You cannot afford to use cheap
paints. To be sure of getting Strict
ly Pure White Lead, look at the
brand ; any of these are safe:
1 Jowett,'' "Davis-Chambers,"
"Fahnestock," "Armstrong & McKolvy."
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
These colors arc sold In one-pound cms, each
can belnn sufficient to lint isixiumls of strictly
Pure White Lentl the desired shade; they arc in
no sense ready-mined p.iints, tint a combination
of perfectly pure colors in the handiest form to
tint Stricllv Pure- White l.i-sd.
A good many thousand dollar hnvc been saved
priJpvrly-ov.maa hy bavblg out book on puinun;;
and Color-card, Send iii a postal card and get
KATIONAL lead co., New York,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
A large line of (few tod Benntl.
lul Goods, all suitable
Goursen, demons & Co.
422 LACKA, AVE,
- .. ,
v w e . w . I . e w
-e T L TT
The Finest Ii tlie City
T'n Istest laprofcd fur
oicl inits suit cpperatni for
Keeping taeet, batter mi 1 ggs.
S13 tVvnmlnc Ave.
FORTY FORT COAL
A litiiif.' 1 BUJnbsi of tho riliov
bond? are i"r i!i at par and sc
orned Interest i tbe following
parties, from whom ctiv of lln-
nortgs tn and foil Information can
BvW. Ifnlllgan, Oasbier Beoond
SaMnnal Rank, Wilkes-Hirp-, Tn.
W. L VTatsoBi Ossbler First BTa
tioual Hank, Pittston, l'a
J. L Polen, Oasbiet People'i
B&vings Hank. Pittston, Pa.
A. A. Hi di'ii, I'losidt nl Minprs'
BaTinga Bank, Pittston, Pa,
And lv tln Sotantoti Savings
Hank and Tittst ('nm.iany, TmStSS
ondei lbs Mortgage
T. H tlierton, Counsel,
An n llu Henry P. Ml. r Squsm
CWttri n (.'Ii ek r nt''ii ire I'inno
A ioi i i rim Brotsers squ.r.- raoo..,
Annul Uaver Drothsrs qnarenac
A Kim i I i-ili A- l'imil Sqniir.- alio
A go.nl Ci.iplii.ii .i s (iiar 11, mi
A very good BostOO l'iauo (. o. Walnut
A very loot) Wheslock uprtgni l'luno..
a ret , rood wbaelooh Uiirigti: Plaao, ,
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE
ASK YOUR GROCER
DSLICIOUS, MILD SUOAIl CUTIED
EVERY HAM AND RAIL OF LARD BRANDED.
mSphJED THE STO WERS PACKING CO., SCRANTON, PA
YyE ARE overstocked with Ladies' Jackets, therefore have
decided to cut our prices all to pieces. This is some
thing unprecedented right in the heart of the season.
Our Loss Is Your Cain
50 Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets and Blazers, formerly M QO
$4 to $5. Clearing Sale Price , . . . vpl.aO
65 Fine Imported Clay Diagonal and Broadcloth Jack
ets, with Balloon Sleeve3, formerly $6 to $8. Your 00 QO
choice at iJ)U,U0
73 Long and Short, Tiht and Loose-fitting Jackots,
both plain and trimmed, formerly $8 to $10. Your M QQ
choico now at yvO
27 Fine Melton and Kersey Jackets, lined throughout
with Silk, and Moire trimnd, formerly $12 to $15. 07 Q8
Your choice now at $1,170
These are no out-of-date garments, but are of the newest and most fashionable cut
A manufacturer's Sample Line ol Very Fine Cloth Capes, Fifth avenue styles, at
ONE-THIRD OFF in price.
About 50 Children's Stuff Dresses, that were made to order for one of tlie finest
Ncwork retailers, but, owinj' to some misunderstanding, were not accepted, and ob.
taincd by us. Will be sold at less than half price.
With the New Valves
Out of Sight
Our new Bicycles are now
to be seen at our ;,i ; Lacka
wanna avenue store.
;And a full line of Hoys' and
Girl, Wheelt. We are mak
ing extremely low prices on
314 Lacka. Ave.
Reception and Visiting Cards,
Menus aud Dinner Cards,
Stationers and Lncnvors.
817 LACKAWANNA AVK,
We aro offetin;; a now
edition of tlie Hook of Common
prayer, well bound In olotb.
Two Copies for 25c.
Single Copies, 13c.
1 n mil 1 mum
Dl UllTILLinillUL L
LOOK AT THE! LIST:
ery .ooil shilling r Vpi glit I .ana..
A Mnn(n. lliiiiilin.n, arly nin.lilgli top,
I An A. & i'h marly Cr, Mffbtop,
I Sottbl i "
A lilc.ioOKtaf,nrij otsr, blfb top,
A WOMSSteri nearly u.iw, high tup.
ioubM r l
nud Orgaai nt Wholo.,alu tad Jtatail. on lnatalluirnts.
AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
IS GOOD FOR TH SOUL
For ONE W EES we will sell Enamel Ware ;tt tbe foilowiug uupre-
Tea and Coffee Pots
ONE-Qt'ATtT, TWOeQTJABT, THBBsVQTJABT, POUBJCABT, FIVF Qt'ART.
AOC. 47C. 5 5C. eOc. 70C.
Al Dresden and Preserving Kettles, Banco Pans and Pots.
VVa-sli J)i,ln s ami Tea ivt-ttlci at initially low prices.
Foote & Sliear Co.
CLOSE SHOE STOR
One 1 'rice
S.-it isfaction Guaranteed
227 Lackawanna Avenue
EVANS & POWELL, Proprietors.
1 Jr. Hill & Son
ret hWO ,VV; beet e. ts f. CU "l"
nl teeth withoHt plate, railed frown ni
t.nitiM w,.rk, rail Inr i rii'ee mij referei O"
ToNAl.iilA. tor eitrn-tm WU wntbuLl
lla, Mu.'.ber. V fS
OTSESI riBM RATIOMAt HANK.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The SllltSlll in t'is Kr SeSceCCS Mill
Nrrvouhiioe rellr4. Lte.t nd Improred
Style uf Er SMC nl Spev-taclee t Uia
lA)jt Trices. Ueet. ArUflciU h.ji lumrte.l
Jos. SPRUCE ST., op. Old Fost Offioa.
A frtsndsr I. nearly new.hlKh topnlouMe
A boonlngtr, in nrly new, high top,
double reed So
And ebout H) other good avcoud hand Or
giin-. l-i to u
Tfs boT soilectkm el Booadhaod Dfu-
nit-nU arc all In Mod ordor, fully guaran
tod. tho rratost I urmiin.-. ever i IV.'m Mii
thta city. Cull nud too th. ill. InstaliinouU
or discount f r oab.
The Great Marvel of Dental Science
V recent discovery and the sole
H::v:::: & Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WH AT J (i. BEAMON8BAT8 ABOUT
DIM HI N' OOD M ARM t t
After having elei, n tertli ntrarteit e.t
ee Bitting lij the palnleii niethoil, 1 pro
aesuse It sntllvty eetlnfttrmrv lit every
pattlsnlais J, u IKAMOXI
DO YOU REQUIRE
S WK HAVE IT.
1 EDWIN G.LL0 YD wr I
ALL BEST VABQCTISS.
Aud all kinds GARDEN
SEEDS in bulk and In pack
ages. Pierce's Market
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Mil Ml) PUA.CE IN ALASKA, HI
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