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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8, 1894.
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EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
THE 6EMU1NE POPULAR
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PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT
' . 406 Spruce Street.
Offlc. Honrs: T0
( 2 to 5.
Miss Annie Early of Plttston, was yes
terday tee guest of her consln, Miss Katb
ryne Haegerty, -of North Main avenue.
Rey. Mr. Ford, uncle of Rev. W. J.
Ford, will conduct a week's revival ser
vice at the Green Ridge Baptist church.
Miss Margaret Torry, of Clinton Place,
gave an eDjoyable thimble tea to a num.
ber of her young friends on Saturday even
ing. James F. Judge, editor of tbe Diocesan
Index, leaves today lor Holyoke, Mass.,
where he lectures Wednesday evening on
the Total abstinence question.
THE ORIENT TRANSPLANTED.
An Enterprising Hotel ProprUtor Givia
Els Gutsts a Tasti of Eastern Luxury.
A new idea in the way of hotel luxury
has just been introduced by E. N. Auable.
of tbe Westminster. Sixteenth street and
Irving place, New Tiork. It consists of a
beautiful little smoking room furnished in
true oriental fashion, to which the guests
of both sexes repair to sip their after din
ner coffte or liquors, thus permitting tbe
inveterate smoker to enjoy the company
of his fair companion while indulging in a
post-prandial cigar or cigarette. About
this inviting little salon there hovers all
the languorous charm of the Orient. Tbe
sensuous enjoyment of the hour, thepor
fume of the cigar, the aroma of the coffee,
are increased bv the unhdniad hurmnnv
and riebneas of the surroundings. The
rouui soiuy ngutea by tiny eleotrio
globes, whose red silk shades suffuse it
with a warm, roseate glow which blends
harmoniously with tbe rich Turkish drap
eries and exquisite colorings of the soft
cushioned divana and luxusious armchairs.
Low tables carved in Egyptian pattern are
scattered about, holding matoh boxes and
n fay of polished brass. At tbe far
tfcer end of tbe room small standards sup
porting candles, whose soft light sulm
mera through scarlet silk shades, are half
hidden among palm trees, giving a grace
ful Bnish to tbe artistia whole.
The Innovation has met with the en
thusiasts approval of the gnesu of the
Westminster. Every evening tbe apart
ment is tbe gathering place of all who are
socially inclined, and the scenes presented
are gay and charming to a degree, and
unlike anything found in any other hotel
In New York.
Gkntlkmkn's Driving club races Satur
day, a o'clock p. m,
ft Foe to Dyspepsia
VERY RADICAL STEPS
Qnarterly Temperance Convention at
Strikes a Blflr at Treating.
IT IS A VIOLATION OF PLEDGE
Signing Petitions for Saloon Licenses
Is Placed In the Same Category.
Radical Remarks of Vice-President
Lavan Entertainment in the Even
ing Addressed by T. V. Powderly
and James F. Judge.
The fourth quarterly convention of
tbe First district of the Scranton Dio
cesan onion at St. James'.hal), Jessnp,
yesterday afternoon, will go down in
history as one of tbe most radical gath
erings on re cor J. The two gentlemen
of the convention who figured as rabid
extremists were Charles Laran, of
Wilksa- Bntre, vice president of tbe
Catbolio Total Abstinsnos nnion, and
ex-Muyor John Kelly, of Carbondale.
The stage of the prooeedinga at
which tbe sir became blue with de
nunciatory eloquence against the ram
shops was when the following question
came op under tbe head of new busi
nesj; "Is it a violation of the pledge
for a member to bny strong drink for s
nou-nieiuber; and does the signing of
a man's bond for liquor iieenst con
stitute a violation?''
VIOLATION OF PEINC1PLE.
After tbe question was parritrf about
for a mlnnte or two, without any inci
dent worthy of mention, II. T. Burke,
of Carbondale, arose to state bis con
ception of tbe case. He said that other
temperance conventions have handled
the same subject before, many have
troated the subject conservatively
while just as many have taken radioal
In his view if a temperance man
fn-quented saloons and treated non
members that was not a violation of
the pledge, but of tbe principle; and If
a man signed a bond for a hotel license,
that, too, was but a violation of prin
ciple and not an actuai violation of the
pledge, and no court of justice in the
Uuited States would rule otherwise.
INFRINGEMENT OF LIBERTY.
Mr. Neary, of Carbondale, said that
the udoptiou of tbe question appeared
to him to infringe on personal liberty
laws. A man ought to be allowed to
exercise his will at the dictates of bis
conscience. Tbe same question was
brought up in the Philadelphia union
of 18,000 members and Father Ellicot,
the spiritual direotor, ruled that treat
ing to liquor nud signing bonds for
licnst were direct violations.
Mr. Neary thought the question was
settled by Rev. N. J. MuManus seven
years ago at the Plymouth convention.
Father WcMnnus whs then spiritual
direotor of the union and in thnt
capacity decided it was a violation of
LAV AN ATTENDS LICENSE COURTt
It remained for Vice-President Lsvan
to stir up the hornets' nest. The ques
tion, to his mind, was not settled. He
always attends license court at Wilkes
Bdrre and has v'A some young
men of the St. Aloysius socfety sit in
court for a day's pay to give a good
character to an applisant for license.
This went on to bis disgust, until he
brought tbe ease before tbe society
aud two members were expelled, and
now there is not a temperance man in
the city of Wilkes -Bsrre who can be
found as a cbaraoter witness in license
Answering tbe part of tie Question
whether it was a violation of tbe
pledge to treat a non-member to liquor
Mr. Lavan rose to the height of fervid
eloquence. He said that he believed
tbe man who sells whisky is no less
than a direct agent of bell, and it he
could there is not a man from the At
lantic seaboard to tbe western coast
who would quicker than bs abolish
every saloon in the land and dump the
cursed stnff into tbe bottom of the sea.
Bl'IIKES LOOIC ATTACHED.
In answer to Mr. Burke's logio bs
said that if it is only a violation of
principle to set another man drunk,
then perish principle, for principle is
tbe underlying basis of the pledge and
when a man violates that be violates
Ex-Mayor Kelly spoke in the same
vein as Mr. Lavan and read the pledge
to show that the meaning and intent of
it was that a man should abstain from
liquor and further more discountenance
it by every means in his power. He
moved that it be deolared the sense of
tbe convention tbat treating and help
ing to proenre licenses be regarded as
a violation of the pledge. Mr. Burke
tried to thwart tbe motion by moving
to indefinitely postpone and it was
voted down. Mr. Kelly's motion was
put and enthusiastically earned.
ARE PARADES BENEFICIAL
The question, "Are Diosesan parades
beneficial or bnrtful to the cause of
Temperance," was introduced, and Mr.
Neary thought, tbat the advent of a
temperance parade in any town was
synonomons with a harvest of shekels
for the saloon keepers. Mr. Lavan
snid tbat the night of the last parade
at Wilkes-Barre the oity lock-up was
empty. Mr. Bira thought that tbe
money spent on parades would be of
more good If devoted to purchasing
libraries. J. H, Devine. president of
tbe C. F. A. U., branched off to anoth
er phase. He spoke in unmeasured
terms of tbe rapacity of railroad com
panies, and thought tbat it would do
good to abandon parades altogether, or
bold individual parades to teach tbe
companies a lesson. Oa motion of Mr.
Kelley, who enthusiastically favored
parades, tbe question was accepted
Other questions were read, but the
lateness of tbe hour shut off any debate
ENTERTAINMENT IN EVENING.
The place of holding the next con
vention was left to the board of direc
tors. After snpper, which was fur
nished at Reddiagton's hotel, an enter
tainment attended bv a paoked hall,
was carried out A fine musical and
literary programme was carried out.
Ringing addresses on temperanos were
delivered by Attorney T. V. Powderly
and James F. Judge.
Before adjourning the following
resolutions were adopted.
Resolved, That we thank the officers of
the tlrst district convention of tbe Scran
ton Diocesan union- for the very efficient
manner in which they have wnrlcnd for
the interests Of total abstinence, and will
euuearor 10 prone oy me wise courses re
ceived from Brothers Devine and Lvn
the worthy president and vice president
of the Diocesau union of Soranton. We
also tnanit tbe St. James Total Abstinence
Benevolent society of Jessup for their hos
pitality in entertaining the delegates hers
SOCIAL REUNION TONIGHT.
Will Be Held by CaUohnmens of Holy
At the soolal reunion of tbe Catt-
cbnmsns of Holy Trinltv Lutheran
oburob, whloh 'Is to be held at tbe
Young Women's Christian Association
rooms on Washington avenue this
evening, tbe following pregramme will
be rendered :
Address. ..., .....Rev. E. & Miller
Instrumental Selection.... Miss E. Swingle
Recitation, Selected. Mrs. A. R. Whitmore
Duett, Selected, Misses E. Schuler and M.
Recitation, Selected Miss M. Bunnell
Tenor Bolo, Selected M. N. Croft
Recitation, Selected Mine Hallock
Quartette, Selected, alitseB Garagan, Hopp
and Messrs. Croft and Nenbauer.
Mandolin Solo, Selected, R. W. Nenbauer
Instrumental Solo, Selected,
Miss E. Swingle
Light refreshments will be served,
All are welcome. Admission, 15 cents,
At the Theaters.
This season Scranton is being favored
with the vory beBt theatrical attractions
on the road, the managers of the local the
aters vieing with each other to give their
patrons tbe best that can be obtained.
Last week we bad the "Amazons" with
a company of almost equal strength to
tbat which made the farce so popular at the
Lyceum theater iu New Vork. Thou
there was Roland Reed in his cleverest ef
fort, "The Politician; ' Joseph a
Bawortb in a revival of Lester Wallace's
great play, "Rosedale; " "Alabama" and
last, but not least, the wonderful Sandow,
accompanied by a vaudeville company
such as i rarely seen outside of tbe large
cities. This week iven more Inviting bills
are offered to the public. Among tbe at
tractions that will bold tbe boards are
"Hendrick Hudson," '1492," Sidney Drew
In the "Glided Age," "Charley's Aunt,"
"Men and Women," and. "Jane."- All of
these attractions are among tbe best now
before the publio and no matter which is
selected the spectator will enjoy a treat.
II II II
"Hendrick Hudson" as produced by
Corinne and the Kimball Opera Comique
company will occupy the boards at tbe
Academy of. Music tonight Tbe story has
to do with tbe discovery of America) end
is nufoldcd amid a lavish display of scen
ery and stage effects. The company tbat
assists tbe charming little Corinne in
singing "Hendrick Hudson" is made up of
clever people, the whole performance
having the personal supervision and di
rection of Jennie Kimball. Wednesday
evening Sidney Drew will make his bow
on the Academy stage bb Colonel Mulberry
Sellers in "The Gilded Age." It is a role
that gives Mr. Drew ample opportunity
for the employed of tbat qualut stage
method he possesses which be employed to
such good advantage when last seen here
as Bob Aces in "The Rivals." In the great
trial where Colonel Sellers makes bis plea
to the jury Mr. Drew is described as ir
resistible. He is assisted by a very com
II J! II
In tbe Frothinglmtn Tuesday and Wed
nesday nights and Wednesday afternoon
"149a" will be presented bv a company
tbat is qnite as clever as that which won
such grunt popularity for the extravaganza
in New i'ors. Tbe subject of "1492 ' is of
course tbe discovery of America by Colum
bus. Tbe first two scenes show the King's
palace in Madrid and the ocean voyage;
the third, tbe discovery of Madison square
in 1892. In tbe third act the scene chauges
to Spain, where tbe royal family is fouud
living in poverty in tbe kitchen, and finally
they are discovered living in opulence in a
Spanish castle, having been enriched by
Columbus, who has returned with cara
vans of American gold. The company,
ballet and chorus, together with tbe com
pany's own orchestra, number 100 people.
They will be accompanied by a special car
containing the glittering paraphernalia,
calcium and electric efforts. The sale of
seats is now progressing,
II II II
In these days of degenerate comedy
farce, it is refreshing to come across one
that preserves fresh images, and doei not
depend upon vulgarity as its chief source
of amusement. Such a play is "Charley's
Aunt," which will be preseuted here lor
the first time next Thursday evening at
tbe Academy. Sometimes a New York
Indorsement is not all that it mlebt be.
bnt "Charley's Aunt" bad a prosperous eu
gagement at tbe Standard tbeatre, New
York, and when it visited tbe other large
cities of tbe county it repeated its metro
politan success. Tbe piece is said to be an
admirable example of dramatlo construc
tion. The situations are delightfully ab
surd and consistently introduced. No one
motive is dwelt upon at unnecessary
length, the action is rapid, and the lines
are punctuated with a wealth of bright
ana epi-aramatic dialogue. The piece is
fully charged with fun as sparkling soda is
with carbonic acid. Friday night De Mille
and Belosco's great play, "Men and Wo
men, " will be produced at tbe Academy
nndor tbe direction of Gustave Frobam by
a fine company.
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That bright and sparkling comedy,
"Jane," which is to be presented at the
Frothingbam next Saturday afternoon and
evening nndar tbe management of Gus
tave Frohman, 1b one of the most success
ful and funniest of the Frohman come
dies. Of course, tbe incidents of "Jane"
are not taken from real life, and several of
its situations have been utilized in other
comedies, but never, it is claimed, to such
mirthful advantage. The character of
"Jane" is that of a calculating and shrewd
English housemaid, who pretends to be
ber master's wife, so as to deoeive tbe
trustee of an estate conditionally paying
money to the master in question. Tbe
cast is in every way a competent one, and
includes among its members those wbo
have mode the play famous. Sale of seats
II II II
At Davis' theatre Miss Lisle and a compe
tent company will today, tomorrow and
Wednesday produce ber celebrated com
edy kuccess, "Oar Regiment." It tbe flat
tering press notices tbat this lady has re
ceived throughout the country are a crit
erion by which to judge "Our Regiment"
will even surpass the splendid attractions
with which Mr. Davis has been favoring
the patrons of bis house this season.
. SPORTING NOTE.
The North End basket ball club has or
ganized for the coming season. The club
is composed of such well-known players as
Bert Steel, Joe Foster, John Tonking,
Waddie Davis, (captain), Bert McKeeban,
Howell Gabriel, Stephen Phule, George
Jackson, George Brieg and Charles Halde
man, and are ready for a game with any
team in the city. None barred.
Excursion to Biuffhamton.
The Scranton branch of tbe Commercial
Travelers will run an excursion to Bing
bamton tomorrow morning over the D.,
L. & W. railroad. The train will leave
tbe D., L. & W. depot at 9 o'clock and
tickets will be good to return on any reg
ular train on tbe 9th and 10th. Fare for
the round trip will be $1.50. Tickets will
be sold at the train and can be secured
from any member of the committee.
More Pillsbury Flour sold than any
other brand made in tbe United States.
Saturday and Monday
Of Ladies' Trimmed Hats. All
new and late styles made and
trimmed within the last week.
See window display and our as
sortment in show room.
, LANGFEID, Successor1
. 324 Lackawanna Ave. ,
Democratic Campaign Managers are Being
Driven to Despair.
RECEIVE NO ENCOURAGEMENT
Members of the Party Care Not
Whether It Wins or Loses and
the Candidates are Striking Out for
Themselves Reports from All
Parts of County Tell of Great En
thusiasm for the Republican Ticket.
With the campaign now folly under
way, everything points to a most de
cisive Kepnblioan victory on Nov. 6,
when tbe will of the citizens of this
great commonwealth is to be registered
at tbe polls.
Tbe eleotlon of the entire Republi
can state ticket is not for a moment
disputed even by tbe most enthusiastic
Democrat, bnt in this county, tbe
gronnd is more debatable. At tbe
county election of three years ago
honors were even between the Repub
lican and Democratic parties, each
electing about one-balf of Its candi
dates. Indications at present lead to tbe
belief tbat tbe Democrats will this year
bave to be sutlslied with a jnry com
misiioner. From all parts of tbe eonnty
come glowing reports of the interest
that is felt in the saccess of tbe entire
Republican ticket. Men wbo bave
been identified with the management
of county campaigns foryears aver tbat
never before bave they stn tbe rank
and file of tbe Republioan party mani
fest such an earnest desire to ssenre a
sweeping Republican victory. Tbe
partial canvass of ths county thus far
made shows that hundreds of Demo
crats will vote the full Republican
ticket this fall. They are disgusted
with the management of their party in
all departments, and propose to admin
ister a rebnke that will be remem
bered. TROUBLES OF THE OPPOSITION.
f he Democrats bave gone about the
fforkiof campaigning throughout the
county in a most methodic! manner.
The executive committee was purpose
ly made small so tbat there would not
be too ruuoh conflict of ideas. Tbe
plan of the managers of the oampalgu
was to bave a small body combining
tbe best political judgment of the party
which would be expected to do the
planning and above all to aot expe
ditiously in case of an emergency.
The details of the plans formulated
by this board are left to a monster auxi
aliary committee for execution. The
auxiliary is also expected to keep the
executive board reliably informed as
to the sentiment of the members of the
party throughout ths eonnty. It is
these reports that are worrying the
executive board and candidates and
causing them to lose bope. Tbe com
mitteemen report that Democrats take
no interest in tbe campaign and care
not whetber tbe party wins or loses
Repeated efforts bave been made to
arouse tbe members of the party from
the state of apathy Into which tbey
have sunk but all bave proved fruitless.
CANDIDATES ARE WORRIED.
This oondition of affairs has been the
cause of untold agony of mind to the
Democratic candidates and several of
them sincerely wish they had not been
oredulous enough to accept a nomina
tion this year. The race already be
gins to assume the aspect of every
Democratic candidate for himtelf, and
before election day rolls aronnd there
will be many charges of treaohery and
many bitter enemies among th local
candidates of that party.
The Democrats opened their cam
paign at Moosio last week and say they
intend to pursue a "Campaign of Educa
tion." In other words tbey will bold
public meetings throughout ths county
nightly, bnt will refrain from indulg
ing in too much edoeating along lines
that would be detrimental to vote get
ting. This city will be invaded, but
ligbtly by tbe party orators until the
last week in October, when Willium M.
gingerly, candidate for governor, aud
his cohorts, will be here. Then the
city will be attacked in earnest amid a
blaze of lurid oratory tbat will find a
counterpart in the screaming rockets
that monnt high in tbe air and burst,
bnt bit nothing and do no barm.
They will at least afford diversion
and lend possibly a picturesque element
to the campaign.
BIQ REPUBLICAN MEETINGS.
In the monster barn of James P,
Dickson, at Dalton, on Saturday after
noon a big mass meeting whs held,
which was addressed by Gulusha A.
Grow, Candidate for District Attorney
John R. Jones and others. The
speakers were applauded to the echo,
and every time tbe name of one of the
Republioan candidates was mentioned
there was an outburst of cheers. They
will receive handsome compliments in
tbe way of votes from the citizens of
Dalton and vicinity on election day.
At Carbondale lust Friday night in
tbe opera hones another big, enthusi
astic meeting was held which was ad
dressed by Galnsha A. Grow, John R
Silver Oxidized, 4c...
The Sik kind.
Rexford Jewelry Co,
Blank and Miscellaneous
Books, Photograph and Scrap
Albums, Teacher and Family
Bibles, Pictures for Wedding
Gifts, Gold Pens, Fine Sta
tionery and Writing Tablets.
PRATT STATIONERY STORE
' 81 LAOKA. AVE.
"WELL BRED, SOON
ARE QUICKLY MARRIED.
Jonss and E. . Bobatban. Before tb
meeting closed there were calls lor C.
P. O'Malley, candidate for legislator.
In that district, wbo responded and d
iivere I abort address.
During the remainder of the cain
paifin the Thirteenth Ward Republican
club will hold a publio meeting every
Tuesday evening. Tbe meeting to be
held tomorrow evening will be ad
dressed by Attorney A. J. Col born and
Down in Taylor arrangements are
being made by the Republicans for a
big demonstration which will be ad
dressed by ex Lieutenant Governor
William T. Da'viee of Towanda.
Other meetings in different parts of
.he county are also being arranged
Miss Hardsnb.rfh's Flaaoforte School
A thoroughly high-grade school for tbe
study of the pianoforte, harmony and all
branches of musical theory and interpre
tation. A special training course for teachers;
also special training given children, 437
X Frank Bleg-.l's Academy of Dancing.
Afternoon social for misses, masters and
ladies Saturday. Oct. 6. Parents and their
frieuds cordially invited. Evening class
for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday evening,
Oct. 9, first lesson for beginners.
Women In Bailnsss.
That a woman can't rnn a business suc
cessfully Is one of tbe mistakes of tbe-mld-dle
ages. We strolled into the dental
rooms of the late J. S. Walden on Spruce
street and found business rushing. Mis.
Mrs. Walden is ably assisted by one of
New York's best deutista, a gold medal
young doctor, whose bridge work and con
necting of irregular teeth is receiving
J. Frank eisg-el'a Aoademy of Dancing.
Afternoon social for misses, masters and
ladies Saturday, Oct. . Parents and their
friends cordially invited. Evening 'class
for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday evening,
Oct. 9, first lesson for beginners.
Buy the Wsber
and get the best. At Gnernsey Bros.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Ave.
Ladies must have Large
Buttons on their shoes.
The sample in our ladies'
window is only one of 200
styles that we have. They
have caught the public fancy
and are going so fast that
we're compelled to order
We still have your size.
Come "in and try on a pair.
TOUE SHOE MAN
410 Spruce Street
Of what looks well on a man than men '
are. They have studied harmony In
color and style, and know what will
suit you. Bring your wife, your sister
or some one else's sister, and let tier -look
over those delightful new things
in Neckwear. All grades. She will be
pleased and so win you.
Prices alike at both stores 412 Spruce
and 2U5 Lackawann&avenue.
Christian, The Hatter.
WED." GIRLS WHO USE
Martin & X3elany
Custom Tailors and Clothiers,
308 Lacka. Ave. j
I THIS WEEK THREE GREAT YALUES I
Don't Miss Them.
a 1 Case Ladies Fleeced Ribbed Underwear,
worth 50 c, for " ... - - 25c. s
1 1 Case Men's Natural Wool Underwear. S
a worth 75c, for
I 50 dozen Ladies' 4-Button Kid Glove3, in f
1 Drab and Tan, worth $1.50, for &1-00
I Cloak end Eiliiiery
CAN BE FOUND THERE.
"On the Fence.
Coon be over the season for rifling. II
you want a Bicycle now is the time to Ret
it. We are clearing np all stock, and will,
give yon such a ohauce as yon never had
before. One ot our bargains:
A First-class, High Grade H50 Blcycls
Brinir your cash and GET OFF THE
CLARENCE EL FLOREY
Successor to Florey & Hols.
S' ELF PRESERVATION is the first law of Nature.
Obey Nature's law by protecting yourself with Seas
onable Underwear, Also protect your pocketbook by buy
ing it here. We buy direct from the mills and sell direct
to the consumer, thereby saving you two profits.
Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, ribbed
. tail, drawers reinforced throughout; a gar
ment reinforced throughout. OUR PRICE, 50c.
Men's Fancy Mixed Shirts and Drawers, silk
sewed seams, would be cheap at $1.
OUR PRICE, 75c.
A lot of Fine Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers,
bought a little under the price. They are
supposed to retail at $1.50. YOUR CHOICE AT $1
Genuine Australian Lambs' Wool Shirts and
Drawers, the very best value ever sold.. AT $1.50 '
See These Goods.
PENN CLOTHING & SHOE
' 137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE. ,
Complete Outfitters. . S. I. GALLEN
t CLOSE EVENINGS AT 8.30 O'CLOCK.
LARGE LINE.O ,
in Blue and Black
Also, a first-class
stock of Imported
Suitings and Trouserings.
TO VISIT OUR
IS NEW AND DESIRABLE ii
By DR. SH1T:BER3,
The Spemltat on the Eye. Eeadaehee and Nor.
vousness relieved. Latust and lmnrovoci Btyle of
Kyeslwises and Spectaaloj at the Lowe t Prim
Best Artificial Eyes inserts! fur 5.
803 BFRCClfl ST., Opp. Old Post OrBce.
133 FRANKLIN AVEJ
We are now doings general Drug, Puintand
Oil business ut tlio above location, during tlio
erection of our store bnikliug recantly d;-'
atroyed by fire.
Id EYsrj Department.
OUB TELEPHONK CALL, XO. 223. All
orders promptly filled and delivered to any.
part of tbe city.
133 Franklin A v.
'Compare These Prices.
NEW G ODS