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THE RCBANTCm TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING-, JUNE 4, 1894.
iR AND DEPOT
Tho Month of Roses
The beginning of Summer.
The month altogether love
ly of the year.
The time of year when your money
goes farthest and shows to
the best advantage.
Where shall wo go for the sum
mer? What shall we buy for our
How will we have them made,
Whero shall we buy the goods!
TlKSK arc questions that al
I ways come with the regular-
lty of the season. We have
always answered these questions
for you to your entire satisfaction.
We have pleased your tastes, met
the size of your pocketbooks, and
you have been the admired of
your friends and the envy of your
'Jood Will, Accommodation, In
tegrity, and tlio Best and Cheap
est of All Goods are marked
features of our store.
Traveling mon ssy those Navy Bluo nnd
Black Borge Suits ot our.i at ?1!).0() are the
Fama ns bring I12.N ia New York and
Boston. They're a marvel, auvway.
INIr. nnd Mrs. 0 E. Rettow, of John
street, left Satnrday for their former
home In Cheater county, whore they
were called by the death of Mr. Ret
tew's lather, who was an old gentle
man 78 years of s;ro.
A pleasant feature of Sunday even
ing's services in the Presbyterian
church was sinning rendered by a
qnartetto composed of Messrs. Acker
man, Johnson, Crane and Shepherd ; a
cornet soip by Mr. Ackermsn and a
soprano solo by Miss Lucie Vunnan.
W. D. Frank, of Ssranton, passed
the Sabbath with Carbomlale friends.
Mrs. A. VV. Bnrdick, of Philadel
phia, is the guest of bor parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Ottman, of Lincoln avj
nuo. Mrs. Ilayden Evans returned to her
home in Scran ton on Saturday, after
enjoying a visit to this city as the guest
ot her mother, Mrs. William Riven
burg, of Laurel street.
The funeral of the late J. M. Stewart
was held Sunday afternoon. Religious
services over the remains were held in
tlw Methodist church at 3 o'clock, Rv.
William Edgar officiating. William
H. Davis post, Grand Army of the Re
public, and the Odd Fellows' lodge, of
which organizations deceasod was a
member, attended in a body. The post
gave their deceased comrade a military
funeral. That part of the obsequies
took place at the grave after the Odd
George Kistlurt returned to this
pine Friday, after having lenioyed a
few days' visit with Hazlelon relatives.
Bert Blakeslee was a visitor In the
progressive oity of Carbondale, Satur
John F. Jones, of Clifford, who has
been taking a musical courso in the
state of Ohio for the past four years,
visited at the home of John Harris,
Friday, on his return to Clifford Mr
Jones was a recent winner in the
school of a handsome $250 gold cornet
in which there were seventeen compet
itors for the prize.
Harry Jones, the popular insnrnnc.'
solicitor from Seranton, was in Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, of
South Gibson, were calling on friends
in this borough on Saturday.
Attorney J. F, Reynold, of Carbon-
dale, was engaged in his profession in
thlH plaee buturdav morning.
Mr, and Mra W. H. Bates spent
Sunday as the guests of Uonesdalo
Thomas Jones, of Pleasant Mount,
was looking after his interests in ttiU
renowned ' city Saturday.
Miss Hattio Reese is visiting Cr
Criticising a Young Lady.
"8ho would be a pretty girl for but one
"What's ihatf" asked Oharloy.
Ocorgo Her face is always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Chnrloy Oh, that's easily enough dis
poned of. Used to b the same way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble ouo
day, aud got rid of it in no time.
George What was it?
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short course of P. P. P. I toll you, it'.s
tho lioes blood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatism su bad that you could
hear him holler clear across the oouutry
every time he moved. He tried It, and
you know what an athletic old sent he is
dow. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards. All the drug stores sell it
Stated by H. B. Cochran, druggist,
Lancaster, Pa. : Hove guaranteed over 300
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters for dys
pepela, sour stomach, bilious attacks, liver
aud kidney trouble.
Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
ka mam mra w
IS NLMPr arm if
All that, was mortal of the late Frank
P. Roap was couveyed to its last rest
ing place Saturday morning followed
by men and women of all profession!,
Tho funeral started from tho fnmilv
residence on William street at 0 3d
o'clock In the morning and was attended
with military honors. Company H.
his old command, and Company C
turned out in lull numbers, headed by
the Leek Cornet band. There were
many pretty floral offerings consisting
of ii pretty floral pillow, by the m m
bsrt of Company fi: n floral oro-ts, uy
Mrs. Dr. Doian; a pillow by the child
ren and a Cross by the brothers, were
carried by M, N. Donnelly, Edward
Lturrett, C. F. Rohan and James L
Morris. There wore also two beautiful
iloral offerings, by Mis. Willism Wat
son and Mrs. John Lynch. The
honorary pall bearers were: A. A.
Bryden, M. W. Morris, Thomas Mn
loney, M. W. O'ltoyle. C. K. Cinipholl.
A. B. Brown. W. L. Watson and Mark
McDonnell. The carriers, members of
Company H, wero William Collier, Pe
ter Lougiioey, P. J. McDonald, James
McDonald, J M. Moffat, Tlohuis Mc
Cabe, Joseph Barrett and William
Walsh. The guard of honor were E.
F. Small, John Tlerney, John '1'iguc.
jr., John ligue, M. J. Ulll, ai. J. i-.Ar- i
m y. William F. Burke, P. J. Ulbboin,
0. P. Brady, E F. Callahan, nnd were
commanded by Sergeant E. J. Dotigher
The casket containing tho remains
wrapped iu an American fUg, was
taken to St. John's church close by,
whers a solemn uibbs of requiem was
celebrated by Very R"V. Father Finntn
na celebrant, Rev. Father Oreno as
deacon, Rev. Father K-lly as sub-deacon,
and Rev. Father Vorona, of For
est City, as mister of ceremonies.
Mgr. Toner, of Rome, Italy, dressed in
his robes of office, occupied a position
In the sanctuary. During tho reading
of the mass Miss Maggie Korneyren
dtred tho following selections: "Kyrie
Elysioo," "Angels Ever Bright and
Fair," "I Know That My Redeemer
Livoth" and the "Djis Era." At the
conclusion of the mass Very Rev.
Father Finnen dollvered u beautiful
discourse. He loole for his text
Ecolesisstei xii, 18; Job, xiv. After
reading tho prayers for the dead the
funeral procession moved to cemetery,
where the body was placed in tho
family mausoleum. Tne guard of
houor nt the command of the officers
iu charge, fired a captain's salute of
three volloys, aud the sounding of
'laps'' by Bugler llofuer brought the
cere monies to a close.
With the dawn of Saturday morning
occurred the semi-centennial annivers
ary of Dr. Parke's ordination ns pastor
of the Broad Streot Presbyterian
church. Only to those who havo
watched thesj two seore and ten years
flit by are the ministrations aud noble
deeds of Dr. Parke best known. How
he has siiceodod is best proven by the
many kind aud charitable acls that the
lowly and humble credit iiltu with.
That he bus b "n spared to assist at the
golden auuivcrsary exercises attendant
unon tho uiMDicious occasion are his
parishoiieis and the community, thank
ful. The lite history. ot ur. fame nav
ing boen elaborately told to tho TBI
dune readers heretofore in these col
umns, aud their familiarity with tho
facts is still fresh in the memory of all,
At 10 30 o clock yesterday, Rev. Dr.
Parke In the presence of a congrega
tion thatpuksd the edifice to over
flowing, preached his anniversary ser
A popnlor meeting was held at 3:30
p. in., una a union meeting or me
various Presbyterian congregations lu
This afternoon, the Presbytery of
Lackawanna will meet iu the church
to considsr and act npon Dr. Parke s
resignation, and afterwards will be re
ceived by Dr. and Mrs. Parke nt the
family reaidooce on Susquehanna ave
nue, im evening win uo ueotoa to
a public reception at the church.
A correspondent ot an out ol-lown
paper panses to remark that the $Gi)()
paid the sanitary engineer for to in tit
a map of tho borough t'aat consumed a
littlo over a week's time "was a enap
and echo auswors ditto.
Captaiu Fish and wife, of Provi
deuce, were guests of M, W. Morris
Soliloquizing on the question of in
creasing the borough indebtedness 83
()00, the correspondent of the WUksh-
iiarre Sunday he.idor says: "I hs r..i to
imity with which the council passed
the ordinance Is in striking contrast
with the trend of opinion nmong intel
ligeut citizens as to the legal right of
the council to further increase tho in
debtednesa to tho extent indicated. ,
careful reading of tho state conslitu
tion will satisfy any reasoning person
that there are grave doubts of the
council's power to take uny such uc-
tion. This fact, coupled with tho
shadow cast npon the status of
the present conncil and its legal
right to transact any public business,
should be sufficient motive to restrain
that body from tuking hasty or incon
siderate action In the premises, There
are many well informed persons who
bolieve that of the oluven do f auto coun
men, only one has a right to a seat on
the board ; and as their right to trans
act pnhlio business will, no donbt, be
submitted to a legal test in the courts
there are the very strongest reasons
wby they should nut cautiously bo
fore exposing our borough to the dan
ger of costly and disturbing complica
tions. In view or sucli a don ut ex
isting would it not be propsr and right
forsomoof these "well Informed pei
so'is" to ttep forward and enlighten the
public a little as to where tho council
are really at?
The Democratic committee of tho
Second legislative district convened at
Luzsrno Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
and elected H. W, Search, of S ilck
shinny, and W. I. Htbbs, of West
Pittston, delegates to the state conven
tion. The district convention will be
held in the afternoon of the day pro
ceding the county convention.
The Fifth legislative district Demo
cratic convention takes place next Mon
day, The primary election occurs Sat
urday and a lively time is looked for
among tho adherent of the several
candidates, What the result will be
is hard to foretell, but the impression Is
that Flunnery Will carry off ten of the
thirteen delegates to be elected Jn the
HiTK used Dr. Thomas' Ecloctrio Oil for
croup and colds, and declare it a positive
enre Contributed by Win. Kay, 5T0 Ply
mouth aveuue, Buffalo, N. Y,
A meeting of the Rushbrook lodge
8o0, Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, was held in the hall Saturday
i vening. The occasion being in honor
if Thomas Jay wno expects to sail for
England on Wednesday. Mr. Jay who
is a past grand of thojodge nnd a past
district deputy for this district, is one
of tho hardest workers in the society.
The meeting was called to order by
H. A. Willmsti who acted as chairman
ind the following programme was
rendered: Selection, quartette, recita
tion, J. G. Shopherd; instrumental
s ilo, RenuiH and John Jay ; recitation,
TbOmas Roberts; selection, quartette;
mnsio, Renuio and lay; recitation,
William Davis; seUclion, quartette.
During the evening, Dr. S. D. Davis in
behalf of the lodge, presented Mr. Jay
with a very handsonio gold headed
cane. He although taken completely
by snrpriso, responded feelingly.
Short speeciios were al io made by C,
F. Baker, Jams (). Nicholson, J. P
Sampson, Tnoiuus Wnlky,F. E. Steel".
E D. Bovanl, W. T. Osborne, John F.
Nicholson. F. R. Gill and others. R)-
freshments wero served and at a late
hour the brothers departed, wishing
Mr Jay "Bon voyage.''
K v. Mr. Howell occupied the pulpit
of St. Jumps' church yesterday.
Hose of Lackawanna lodge No. 30,
Loval Knights of America, will cele
brate their seventh anniversary iu Gil-
more s hall Thursday evening.
The annual reception of the Angels
Solidity of St. Mary's Catholic church
ook place last evening and was lMrgely
It is Mid that the O. S. Carey & Co.
clrcni win reorganize in me near
future nnd give their first performanc I
n this place.
The William Mckinley Republican
club will meet this evening.
The marriasoof Mary Ann Olilmacht
and John Slirn will take place Wed
The commencement exercises of the
Jerniyn graded school will be held
luesduv evening, is is honed that all
nterestud in educational matters will
be present. The following is the or-
ler of exercises: Music, orchestra;
welcome song, "Tho'iemplo of Fame,
y cuss; Queen, L mra Hill; .Michael
Angolo, Ernest Bovard ; Diogenes,
Frank Winter; Columbus, Elmer
Miller; Adalina Pattl, Lizzie Collins
Cleopatra, Carrie Coon; Xintippe,
resale McCloskv ; Socrates, Oe.irge
Fowler; Mrs. Partington, Mamia Ken
nedy; Joan of Arc, Maggie Loughney
Barbara r rietcnie, Ada Lntoy; litera
ture, Elizi Osborni'; music, orchestrs
salutatory, "Self H dp," Ernest Bovnr l
ssay, "Music as a Moral Eduantor,
Lizzio Colli is; class prophecy, Arthur
Fowler; valedictory, "value aud
Power of an Heal," Ada Lutov; pres
entation of diplomas; Mother Gojse,
Maria Mc Andrew; Harriet B, Slowe,
Innie McChroue; Sippho, resell
Flannagah; Maud Mulier, Jessie W in
ter: Lief, Harry Griffiths; Poccahon-
tas. Gertie Davis; John Smith; Rich
ard Jones; Louise M. Alcotte, Etnilie
Rich; Mirriam, Etta Jay; Ike Frank
Collins; Robert Burns, Frank Gondall
Tonsy, Sadie Nicholson; Alice nm
Plica e Carey, Cora Davis and Jennie
Battenburg; page, Wallace Gardner
maids. Gladys Sobey, Florence Niohol
son; address, Bnperinwnaeni o. u
Taylor; class song. Tho following
having passed n successful examine
tion will graduate aud receive thei
diplomas: Laura Hill. Carrie Coon
Lizzie Collins, fcdiza Usborne. iessie
MeClnskoy. Maggie Laughnoy. Ada
Lutev. Tessie Flannagau, Mimio
Kenedy, Maria McAndrew, Auulo Mc
Androw, Annie AlcUnrone. Arthn
Fowler. Frank Winter, Ernest L. Uov
ard, Elmer Miller.
Eucklon's Arnloa Salve.
The Iwt salvo in tho world for (Tnl s
Bruises, Sore1", Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, letter. U napped Hands, tmlblaius,
Corns and all bkin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
it guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price H5 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews liroa.
Avery pleasant pirty gathered at
the home of Thomas Finnerty on Up
per Main stroot Friday evening 1
honor of tho graduation from th
Hones lale high school of Tnomni Fin
norty, jr., the guests of thoevenin
being Mr. Finuerty's class mates and
tew intimate friends. The out of tow
guests present woro Miss 1'inuen, Car
bondale: Dr. Donegal), Scranton.au
Miss McAndrew, Ilawley.
Albert Connolly has loft for Wil
lisniiport. where he will enter a dental
oliice until tho fall term of school
when he will return to the University
Mrs. Caroline Cooper left on Situr
day for a visit with relatives at Serai
ton and Nicholson.
Orry H. aadssll passed Sunday at his
homo at Uniondale.
Rev, W. II. Swift has postponed hi
sermon on tho "Needs ot Honesdale
The Honesdale shoe company's fac
tory was closed Saturday on ucconn
of needed ropahs of the engine boiler
Miss Julia K-nnedy of Mlddleto
N. Y., and Andrew Murtla will bo
married at the home of the bride,
A fine horse bdouging to James Mc
Ginly, supervisor, died oil Monday.
John E Bell is on tho jury list this
Mrs. Thomns Harrington arrived
home after visiting friends in Scranton
for a week.
Robert Taylor is having his prop
erty beautified by u retaining wall.
Lewis R. Brown has returned to
Scranton, where he will conduct a
Rev. Sherwood Is clearing his lot on
Walter Henry tins removed to Le
Mils Teresa Plunkett is visiting in
When Tlnly won trick, wo gave her Cartorta.
When she was a Child, she erlud for-Castorla.
When she lieeame Miss, she clung to Cflxtorla.
When sho hod Children, she gave them Castorl
A geographical party was givon by
the Tuscarora Social club at the resi-
nce of Miss Mary Labar, on Main
street, last Thursday night. I he
booby prizo wss won by Miss Holz-
man aud she was given a tin watch.
he lint prize was taken by Alleu .Uus-
solman aud he was allowed to ocenpy
tne seat of honor at the refreshment
table. Besides tho geographical exer-
ises music aud singing were also given
by various members. Those who at
tended the psrty were Miss Ruth 1 11 -
r. Minnie Everett, Ella Everett,
Blanche Engler. Blanche Sygapis. Snsie
Bennett, May Palmer, Aldie Florie,
lorence Edinger. Lauretta Sydor,
Mary Labar, Kate Holzman nnd Mesirs,
E Northup, Makin, Bell, L. M.
Shock. Howard Flagler, Musselman,
John Van Gor ten and C Staples.
A special jury wss drawn for ths
trial of the action brought by Josiah
Dowling, of Mt. Pocono, against the
Merchants Fire Insurance company of
Newark, N. J. The suit is to recover
000, the umount of a policy in that
company. Lawyers storm ami uoimos
nnear for the nlHintift nnd Lawyers
Brittain and Willard, of Scranton, for
the coiiminy. This case promises to
ho one of the most interesting of the
calendar for this term of court. O i
Sept. 7. 1H92, fire destroyed the prop-
rty. Ihe company refused to pay the
amount of the policy on the ground
that tho house was stated to be a pri-
vato residence and not a boarding
ouse. Tne company's risks on tho
attwr are much higher than on a pri
O W. Bntktrk, wno was acquitted
recently on the charge or obtaining
nods on false pretenses, proposes
bringing suit against tho E ist Strouds
burg Glass company for defamation of
harauter, and against tue editors o.
ho News, for criminal libel.
Owing to Prof. Broseiield having se
vered his connection with the taculty
f tho Normal school on account ot
ll lieallh. Prof. J. J. Wrig-r, princi
pal of the East Stroudsburg public
cho d, has been engaged to take bis
lass during the rest of tho term.
Hon. R W. Arohbald, of Scranton,
ind psrty consisting of James Arch
bald, Mrs. Arohbald, Ruth Archtiald,
were registered at the Iudiau (jueeu
:otel Saturday. The party is onj jying
a driving trip througa this section of
Tbegnmoof base ball that was to
nko place Saturday afternoon between
the Browns, of this place, aud the
Young Mens Christian association
sun, of Scranton, litis beon postponed
till some future dte.
Hector Jones, of tho West Side, was
seriously injured in the Lackawanna
Coal company's mine Saturday after
noon by a fall of rock.
The funeral of Mrs. Mnrgnrot Will
111111, who died at tbe homo of her son,
Philin Williams, on Gravity street.
Thursday morning, look place this af
ternoon at 3 o clock. The funeral was
largely attended. Interment was made
in the Ridge cemetery.
The vVonderiniid Stock Theatrical
company will open up a week's engage
ment here on Monday evening, ihe
opening performance will be "A Cele
Burgess C. G. Hitchler, William Ma
ho:i, Rev. F, J. Jannschok, Stephen So
mogi and M. W. C'uminings returned
Saturday from a fishing trip in Wayne
county. They report a good catch.
Ihe young la lies of the Presbyterian
church will have a supper antisocial at
JHahon s Hall, Wednesday evening,
June 6 A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Mrs. Charles Lswsloy and son, Hit"
ert, are visiting at tbe home of D, L.
Berry ou Main street, Blakely.
Miss Mollis Kennedy, of Green Kidge,
is spending a few days with frieuds on
Frank Dnnlcnvy of Railroad streot
has bought from Thomas Wniker's
estate tho frsma bnilditi( opposite tbo
residence of P. J White.
Mrs. John Decker of Clifford, and
Mrs. Andrew Simpson of Carbondalo
visited Mrs. Dr. Van D.iron of Main
An infant ot Mr. aud Airs. James
Carden of South Main street died on
Tuesday and wus buried yesterday.
John PolSKlnski, tho miner who was
burned at Jones & Simpson's mine on
the Ridge on Thursday died yestorday
afternoon. Not having anyone to care
for him he was about to be taken to
Lackawanna hospital. Just as he was
placed ia the ambulance be passed
Ail the cows killed and drowned near
tho Rock Cut on Thursday afternoon
wero owned by people living here, all
in Mount Vernon district. E ich of the
following persons lost a cow: Mrs.
Julia Mabon. Mrs. Dean, Michael
Dean and John Mullin
Henry Morton, son of Henry Morion,
of Dutch Hill, and Hartley Uonroy, of
Mount Vernon, were hurt in the Rlvor-
mde mine yesterday. Morton was work
ing at a double mi inside the mine
While away from his post playing with
a door-tender a trip ot cars broke
through the door. Morton and Con
roy, who were standing noar by, were
struck by flying pieces of coal. They
were notserloii'ly hurt
John Howard, of the First ward, an
nounces himself a candidate for deli
gate to the third legislative conven
tion, Jnhn Koliler, Jenkin Davis and
Thomas W. Jones aro also candidates.
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Joins, of Scran
ton, visited Mrs, Morgau Harris, of
Union street, on Wednesday
The schools of Lack iwanna township
closed Friday with ex rcues appropri
ate to tho oceasion.
iUe rue i Library association on
Memorial Day placed a basket of
flowers on the gravo of their departed
benefactor. Colonel J. A. Fnce, whose
remains tire interred in the Forest Hill
cernvtory. Als i upon the grave of one
of their fellow members, ihomas U
Llewellyn, who passed awuy several
Snid little Ted "When I'm a man
It's vorv long to wait
But theii I'm golog to buy a clock
Without n hul.'-past eight.
"I'd have such good times right along
From hreukfiist until late,
If our big chfck went ou and on
An skipped that half -past eight.
'But almost every morning now
I hear mamma r Kate
Cell 'Ted!' It's ueat ly time for school,
Mako haste, it's half-past eight.'
'And in tbe evening it's the same,
Or worse. I know I hate
To have papa sny, 'bedtime, Ted;
Look there, it's balf-pust eight.'
"Now whon I get to school today
First thing I'll take my slate
And make n picture of a clock
That has no hulf-pat eight."
New York W'oWU
Mr. W. B. Ucffiwr
After Typhoid Fever
A Running Abscess Discharges
Pieces of Bone.
All HopeClvon Up-But Hood's Sar-
aap-irllla Clvea Perfect Health.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass, :
"Dear Sirs: I had been a sufferer for nearly
three years) and had doctored during that time,
but without avail. I had given up all hopo ol
ever recovering my health. At times I would
rather havo died than lived, but now I am
thankful that I began taking Hood's Bsrsapa
rilla for I am now as sound as a dollar. I was
Afflicted With Typhoid Fever,
and an abscess formed on my right side above
the fourth rib. The strange part about this was
the fact that It did not open for six months after
it appeared, although it pained me continually.
After It broko It became a running sore and I
was compelled to wear a baudaRc all the time.
Tho doctors told me that thoonty way It could
be cured was to have an operation performed
nnd have the rib taken out, claiming that 1 had
bone disease, Inasmuch as four pieces of bono
had been discharged from the sore, llefore giv
ing myself up to the doctors I decided to givo
Bond's Sarsnparllla a trial, although I had but
little (oitu that it would do me any good. I
used It strictly according to directions, and be
fore 1 had used three bottles I
Bogan to Feel a Change,
and by the time I had used the fourth bottle the
sore on my side had healed. It is now nearly
three months since tho eruption closed and I
have not the least fear of It ever bothering me
again. Hood's BsrssparUia Is certainly a gum
among medicines. It lias cured nm and It will
cure others." V. H. HXFFXKB, Alvlra, Pa.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constipation,
biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache, Indigestion
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THIS WEEK ONLY.
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Remember, The Fair
THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Largest Retailers of
from China and Japan,
One entire room
Oriental and Domestic
Rugs and Art Squares,
Of generosity is better developed this week than ever.
The success we have had ou account of tho free distribu
tion of those elegant Onyx Finished Clocks with $50.00
purchases, and the 100-plece Dinner Sets with $75.00
purchases has encouraged us to bffer some
USEFUL ARTICLE OF FURNITURE FREE
With every sale of ONE DOLLAR or over, it mat
ters not what department purchases are mado in,
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
Wo made SUMMER GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Under this head we in elude Lawn Benches aud Couches,
Porch Chairs and Rockers, China and Japanese Mat
tings, Refrigerator j aud Ice Chests,
Baby Carriages Sleeping Coaches
For which we aro solo a?cuts. ECONOMY'S Prices
prevail in all our departments. Goods delivered FREE
MONTHLY PAYMENTS TAKEN
Leading Ronse for
Oil Cloths, Linolenms,
and Cpholster; Goods.
We make a specialty of