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THE SCItANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, .1900.
ANOTHER DAY OP
EOTORS' EIGHTH ANNUAL
MEETING HELD YESTERDAY.
Officers Elected for Yenr nnd Ad
dresses Mnde by President A. D.
Dean, of the Directors' Association;
Superintendent N. C. Schneffer, Dr.
Davis nnd Others Interesting Talk
on tho "School Curriculum" Was
Given Before the Institute by Dr.
Schneffer In the Afternoon.
Ar tho tilRlii iinminl meotliic H
School Director' iiHsoclaUon of l.iii'ltu
wiiinii county which wuh held .vcmIoi
day mnrnlntr "d aftunioon In court
room No. L', tin; following uHlcois wimp
t'lt-ptuiJ for tlii' coinhur yar: Presi
dent, H. P. II0IT1111111. of .fofftM-con
towiiHhliij vk'O in-i-Hldi'iiK Frank 'nv
l..y, of Archbiilil. and K. .1. Ntirllnip. of
lilenbui'ii; Hoeri'tnry, !. Miwrx, of
Dickson: tronnuivr, John Tutblll. of
Tim iru'ollnrr wan mlli'il to niili'i- at
Hi o'clock by I'le.mii'iil A. I). Dciin.
Tho inltur niaili: the annual prunldi'iil'M
r.dilrewM, uhmislmr as Ills subject, "Ini
lirovuinuni of lUii'.il Schools." He
uracil a consollil.itlon of the country
M-hools and .some uniform method of
bandlnif toROtlicc and Kfaillnir thutn.
Ills addtv.-s was an lntercslliiK one
and showed lb- results of careful
study of the subject.
DurliiR the remainder of the morii
lll.tr ficssion, tho election of olllci'is
was held, Madame Do Harrle Hill
rendered severai lumiorous Melodious
and lllss Louise '.onnolly save a talk
upon "The Tench ?i's' Profession."
Tiro afternoon session was willed to
order at 1.:10 o'clock, and was opened
liv an Interesting address by State Su
nurlntundunt of Public luslructlou X.
" Schneffer. The latter spoke of the
disposition which .should be made of
(lie annual stale school impropriation,
and iirKed pru.lenci and caution In the
lianllliUR of It. In spe.-iKInK of neces
sary Improvements to country schools,
he suKuesU'd a carefully selected li
brary iik an important adjunct.
A communication was then rend
from the State Teachers' association.
reipiesliiiK' that deL'Rales be elected to
the stale convention which will be
held in February. The ollleers of tho
association were elected an delegates,
with the following alternates: R. If.
Wardell, .lames P. -McAndrew, Christ.
I.eltncr, W. H. Priest and F. J. Wal
ker. ' A discussion of the subject of
school discipline was the held by V.
It. Priest. Henry Hoffman and A. F.
Ootid, and the meethiK' was brought,
in a rloe by a speech by Dr. Sherman
Davis, mi "Tile Kdueution of Teach
oir," and leadinss by Jladamo lie Har
The afternoon session was opened by
the regular music lesson from Profes
sor Walkins and Allss Klizabetli l.loyd
of L.'tusdowne. Pa., then ascended the
TAMC OX STUONO DltlXK.
Ilss l.loy.l. in the cimrse of Iut ad
dress on "Aloehol, a Food or Poison,"
said: "There is a mistaken idea
about some kinds of hitoN-icants and
persons utterly averse to all other
forms of liquor think tlint a little beer
will do no liana, after a bard day's
work. IU-Kardhitf wine and eider tile
Fame opinion prevails. Some very In
l crust iiiK experiments on this subject
lmve recently been made, and the ef
fects of all these drinks found to be
"When a man drinks a cup of wine
his face becomes Unshed, In other
words, the blood rushes to tho face. A
few- minutes later, however, and you
will Had that his temperature is ac
tually lower than it was before." Jllss
Lloyd concluded by namitliiK several
experimental tests made by eminent
physicians on Hie subject of the effect
of alcoholic drinks on the nervous
system, and declared that "perfect
safety can only be found in total ab
stinence." Amid a burst of hearty welcoming
applause, JIadamo He Harrle Hill then
made her appearance and proceeded
to entertain her audience. She llrst
wins a succession of .souks, of love
In various forms, anil iimomr different
ltlnds and conditions of individuals.
"Love anions the Fairies" and "Love
'Among the Xesro.'s," the latter de
livered with a rjcli, soft southern ac
cent, were especially enjoyable, and
in answer to tho applause, .Madame
(illl gave u burlesque on the Hclsar
tlan system, which was of a very
amusing and humorous nature.
JIlss Connolly's now familiar face
Was seen with pleasure by the teach
ers, and the lady from AVashinnton
immediately launched Into her sub
ject, ""Technical Grammar."
"We devote ourselves now to two
A vacant chair and a portrait on the
vailstrange symbols of success ! Yet,
in many a home these are the (symbols
of the success of the man who did not
find time to care for his health, or neg
lected the increasing warnings of disease
wiucn .Nature gave
litm. When tne
stomach is "weak"
aud food is iinper
f sctly digested and
assimilated, it is
only a question of
time until the
break-do wii comes.
The stomach is the
very center of vi
tal power and must
be kept in health
if sickness is to be
cures diseases of
the stomach and
other organs of di
gestion aud nutri
tion, It iucreases
the supply of pure,
rich blood, and
gives the body
strength to with
stand the strain
put upon it by the
struggle for suc
cess, "l wu n Mifferer
frnrnwiiat Hie iloctors
culled Indigestion, but after trying several emi
nent vbyticlani (ailed to get a cure," writes Mr.
Prank Merlcle, of' Independence, Jacktou Co.,
Mo.,Uox 47J. "Some of my.tymptdiiw were
norencu in pit of ttomacji, lullueta, tired feel.
iiiK, constipation; sometimes soreness would
extend to bowels. Some one recommended me
to take Dr. I'icrce, ftoldcn Sltdical Discovery,
which did, anil after piking only a few bottle
of 'Dikcovery1 and your irieuaut Pellets' cm
Hjy I derived more benefit ftoui them than any
other medicine I ever tried.. I begau to cam
toll from the ktirt. Hac recommended it to
ethers aud will continue tu do ko."
The sluggish liver made uetive by Dr,
f icrce'a I'kasaut Pellets.
1 m."M i
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parts of Rrnintnnr, etymolopy and syn
tax," she wild. "KhKllsh Riammnr
does not, however, ureulu llttency. It
ilocs jrlvo accuracy of speech nnd writ
Intr, and for this reason Hporlu! strew
should bo laid on tho leachltiR of t
ililrliiK tho first live years of the tihllil it
odticiitloit. Politically it man Is all
rlBht, but llneulfdlcnlly he Is nil
wronif, and loo many pains cannot bo
taken In the t.uehlnir of this branch.'
Miss Connolly spoke nuulnnt tho
multitude of eontUslllR itilcs in tin?
Hritnimiir text books, ami said that
only those should bo utilized which
the teacher considers to be of practi
nWJWSH IN rlKAMMAIW,
"The grammars worn originally writ
ten by Latlnlsts," she said, "and as u
result we. have a lot of rubbish In
KmrIIsIi which belouRM to t.titln. Hoyrt
don't like rubbish, and don't like to
do useless things. Olrls do. That's
why boys don't like grammar and
glrlH are fond of II. If you would cut
out of your grammar everything the
boys do not like, yon would get down
to the heil-rook. our great fault In
teaching, grammar Is that we grind
awie ut theoretical graininitr, and
another that wo dally violate gram
After ten minute.- recess, Superin
tendent Movard. who was presiding
over the session, Introduced Dr.
Schaeffei'. whose subject was "The
School Curriculum." lie said: "The
Ilrsl step In barbarian life Is the do
mestical Ion of animals, the next of
cull I vat ion of the soil, and the third
of the smelting of Iron ore and like
work. Yet they may do all lliese
things and still be barbarians. Where
does civilised life begin? With thw
phonetic alphabet: with the school.
"The elforl of the whole clvllisied
world today Is to make ignorance im
possible. Yon can .start with old
Kirypt's schools, as far back as one
enii go, and you will llnd that In them
they teach reading and writing, the
Ilrsl essentials of every school curri
culum. "Whatever else you leach. If you ne
trleet reiidiiiir. wrltimr and numbers
your school will be a (allure. Any
woman at tho dawn of the twentieth
century who cannot write a letter, jvr
feot in spelling, punctuation and
grammar, is put down cs poorly edu
cated, and with a man it is the same.
If tho school diuM not tench a pupil
spelling to tho .extent or all tho words
which that student, uses in letter
writing, why the .school hasn't done
"And now I come to grammar. As
soon as people begin to learn a foreign
language, they need grammar as a
test. In Maryland, anyone who wishes
to teach must pass an examination in
civics, botany and several other ad
vanced brunches. And why should
these bo required'.' Because there ift
nothing better to cause a boy to think
and reflect of advanced science than
geometry and algebra. And if you
are afraid of civics, I advise you to
never try to vote." Ho concluded by
DR. SCnAKFFKIl COXCLUPFS.
"It striken me that nil teaching
which does not end in doing is a
failure." Dr. Scliaeffcr left the city
yesterday afternoon for llurrlsburg.
Madame Davenport, tho health eul-
turisl, now in the city, will (onigiir.
address the teachers, on the subject
of "Health and Dcauty."
YcKter.l iv morning the institute w-as
addressed by Dr. Slnnnan Davis, Aliss
F.lizaboth Lloyd, Dr. X. C. Schueffer
and Madame tie Darrlo Hill.
Dr. Davis spok-' on tho subicct of
"Suggestion." end inteicatingly dis
coursed alioul thN psychological sub
jut, He cued numerous examples to
illustrate the force i.f suggestion, on
witnesses .it a trial, on children, and
in iii.ikiii? persons belli vo things or
attempt to do things utterly impos
sible. Miss Lloyd's talk on "The Care or
the Hotly" was very interesting, tlu
speaker laying much stress on pure
water, excellent ventilation and per
fect heat and ligh', as most linpori
anl accessories to tile welfare of the
Dr. Schaeffer's address on "Thinking
In the tirades and tirades of Thinking"
was happily expressed, thoughtfully
conceived and very much enjoyed by
the entire audience.
ECHO OF THE STRIKE.
Fifty Girls in n Silk Mill at Freeland
Conclude to Quit Work.
ll.v Oihuiw Wan Ir.mi Tin' AmOcLiI iil I'rcM.
Husiletun, Oct. 81. Tho Milnesvllle
colliery, operated by the A. S. Van
Wlekle estate, will resume work Fri
day. The company this afternoon
agreed to Kranl tbo men nil the eon
re.s.sions made by tbe other companies
('alvln Punlee & Co. and a com
mittee representing the strikers for
whom there was no work at Lattliner
when operations were resumed on
Monday arrived ut an umleiible agree
ment to-day and till the dlseburKed
men will be buck at their old placet
to-morrow. About one hundred of the
one hundred and llfty Klrls employed
at the Freeland Silk mill, twelve miles
north of here, went on strike tills
afternoon because of tho refusal of
(ho company to dlsebarno a forolady
whose fathur, a miner employed at
.Teddo, Is said to lmvu worked dttrliiK
the coal strike. The girls nisi) de
mand a uniform wage rate of $1 a
day. The managers of the Industry
allege that the forelndy whoso dis
charge Is demanded lias given satis
faction and will bo retained. They
also claim that they cannot grant n
wage Increase hecnuso the mill has
been operating at a loss for several
SMALl-POX AT IANCASTEB.
A Colored Vagrant Brings the Dis
ease to the City.
Uy i:.elu-bc Win from Tho Associated Press.
Lancaster, Oct, ,11. Tliern Is a caco
of siuallpox at Lancaster county hos
pital, The victim Is (.'buries Wlke, col
ored, aged 27 years, of Jiultlmore, who
applied at the police station Sunday for
lodging, He became 111 Monday and
was removed to the hospital.
The imUii'i! of his Illness was not' then
suspected nnd Ot'invyc Trimble, an es
caped Ininutu of the Chester county lu
sano asylum, was taken to tho hos
pital In the sumo wagon with him, The
Chester county asylum authorities lmvu
been untitled to take precautions, and
everything possible Is being done hero
to prevent ti spread of lliu disease,
PERISHED IN A FIRE.
Miss Eunice Harris Is Burnet)
Death at Jackson's Corners.
Ily IXilUjlvc Wlio from The Aiioeiattd PiiM.
Susiiuehuuna, i'a,, Oct. Ut. At Jack
son corners, this county, lust night, the
1'esldenco of K. Al. Tucker wus de
stroyed by Are. ,
Tho housekeeper, Miss Kunlce Har
ris, wus burned to death.
t INDUSTRIAL. ;
D., L. & W. Board for Today.
Following Is tho inaUe-up of the D.,
Ji. ami V. board for today:
WViliiMiliy, Oct, 31.
Wll.l) CATS SOUTH.
II i. in. II. T. rvllnw,
S.:iH p. m,-ll. Ilclilirll.
Jl.:;u i. 111.--A. .1, .McDonnell, wltli WalUtcs
ii in., liililnlglit-ll. Uoliorly.
Tliuiwliiw Nov. 1.
WIM) CATS SOUTH.
1 a. in. P. Cllllfnn.
.'I . in.-1. ll. Stov.
I n. in. I. ,Mnli-r.
(I a. in. P. I". Nlt'triri,
.N ii. in, A. (li'iTlly.
!l i. in. .1. Ilcnll.i.
1J.SH p. in. .lolin Mv.irl".
!.::ii i, in. O. lliiiidnliili.
-'..in p. in. If. V. Cob lib
!l, l. p. in. T. Donillcaii
, ii. in,,
H a, in.,
S p, 111,,
1 1 1. III.,
notlli (,'. KiolilifilKof.
noitle-W. II. Xklinlb
imrtli- M. 11. Mrbani'.
10 a. lii.-
S .1 in., soiitli (IrurRC Hull,
ll.liii ii. in., Miiilli-.M. Jlnraii.
T p. in., mhiIIi M. Murj'liy.
II p. in., smilli A,- .1. Itcmi'.
III t. in., noiitli-t). W. KllrKPi.ilil.
ii. I,", a. in., nnrlli .lanioi lllnloy.
in p. in., norlli T. Kilnpalilrk.
T a. in.- iLillnpy.
."i.mO i. in. St.mlou.
7 i. in. .MtiK'iirni.
I Mi a m. -.t. I). Mutters.
r..::it a, in. .1. II. MiX'.uiii.
T a. IH.-.I. .1. Unify.
h ii. in.- -t' ll.lrtliololllru.
Ii .1. in. lobti ll.itcr, Mitli
1 p. in. I'. Wnll.
I! p. 111.--M. .1. Ilciini-.ili.
" p. in. .1. t'lirriicg.
r, e. in.- . 'S. H.iininiit.
7 i. in. A. I). Ki'ti-li.iiii.
!i til. I. .1. O'll.ir.i.
Ill p. in. -W. Lallan-.
t'niiiliii'tur II. Duffy and rrow and tlircn pnuiim
i rows will k to Nay Aim' un X. 'M unl woik
:.t Suiuiiill fruin Ihrrr N'nv. 1.
flooiiiP Tlinm.it, willi '. 1'. S-li'en., will ro
unl en lilt iiwn run next (rip.
Tli.iin.it T'luiiiiiton will k out mi Train o"! Oet.
iil. ill plan- nf Jnlm O'llrien.
Ilralii'iinn T ll. Willi.iuw will i?n out Willi
II. V. CuMn umil further notiic
llr.ikeni.iii M.iillu l.ann.in will pi mil with
('iiiiliii'fnr lolin .Mi'Cue 1'iid.iJ'. Xov. ;!. and ie
main on Hi-.' run nno wiik.
Pr.ikeuiau l.iuiMiln Kale will lepuit al train
11.11 ers iillke, I i. tu.. Oil, III,
A Much-Needed Convenience.
Workmen are enguged In erecting a
miniature postofllce in the main hall
way ' of the Lackawanna passenger
station, which will be a great con
venience to the trainmen and others
who carry the many letters, papers and
ordwers for the beads of the various
departments connected with the ser
vice. A lock box will be provided for each
department and all orders will be left
at' the booth and an attendant will
distribute them for their respective car
riers. A I present the letters are cur
lied iipstnlds and deposited on a table
in tile hallway, where they have been
distribufed by the boy in charge.
This and That.
Large shipments of anthracite coal
are now lining made daily over the
Lackawanna railroad to tidewater.
M. J. Klynu has been appointed gen
eral yard master at Hallstcad, the ap
pointment becoming effective today.
Resumption at Wm. Penn Colliery
Marked by a Big Jollification,
ll.i KmIii .in- Wlri' troni Tin; A-swialnl Piv.
Mii'ii.inilnnli. Oil. SI. Tlio SiwiiK'li.iliii.1 -''il
I'liinii.niv .it Willi.ini Penn today Rianti'il the
liniiiiN ut tin nillif M'olheis anil iu.il inniei.i
will icmiiiic iiperatioiH tuiiiniKiw. TliU is nno
nf (In- l.iiKit iiii'intlnii in (lie county, seven
liuiiiliril nun beinu- niiloieil.
Tin' mine iinilni "ill eeleln'iite Hie eicntto
uiijlil itli a liir ili'iiinn-liMtiiPii.
TWO MINERS KILLED.
ll.v i;iliic Wile from Tlio .-.wi.ilcil Pro".
Wllkc-ll.iiTC, Oct. at. William Mieplieril and
t'alviu Conner, miner-, were liilli'd by it fall o(
io.il in llif Pine HIiIki, colliery ( the Al','uiiiiuin
,'ip.il iniiipany at Mluei-' .Mills lliisi alloinuun.
Ilntli bnilies were cocred by tons nf coal and
lock, and it wxs seieral Imms liefure (ho di'luls
coulil be tlearril away anil the men taken out.
Some people can't drink coffee j
everybody can drink Grain-O, It
looks and tastes like coffee, but it
i made from pure grains. No
coffee in it,
Gram-O is cheaper than coffee J
costs about one-quarter as much,
Allgrocers 15c. ami 25c.
Fast Time to
JSJO CHANGE of cars via Chicago
Union Pacific and North -Western
Line, all meals in dining cars. Vaster
than any other route, Trains leave Chi
cage 0,30 p, in. and 10,30 p, in. every
day. Tourist tickets are sold at all
prominent agencies the year round, Call
on any agent for tickets or address
f JI Bit,liwai. ' Ntm rorW33 Wit 81., Cintlnnati
tO? SmIMMSt.. rittltura
363 Wilhlnattn St., lf on
!34 Suftltr St., Cm ami
30t Mala at., ' tuffalo
)U Clark St., Chicago
17 Cameut-Hiitliii, 0lrl(
4 Wi tll.,l'lilMalpblt,l'.. UuJ.ul.ck.cinl. Cull
j J All r&meet lu cure alt.f all otlici. fll. IIIVATU
l-retti ec Rbretiia 4 tn ID dyi, MoU (Uc4p trc'iiiC
a)y offer J at a ctcb. Kulol 1 tiouuiuti. Stnl fr Hitrt
BLACK or GREEN
Contributes to the happiness of
mankind, particularly coffee dys
peptics, because of its absolute
purity. Among lovers of good tea
it is now the recognized standard
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
fin Id only In I.eml Tackctii.
fiOc, 60c. anil 0c. Per Till.
.The prospective settlement
of the strike removes one
hindrance to the purchase of
your Winter Suit and Over
coat. Our extremely low
prices remove another.
Our stock is immense, our
styles are correct aud no
goods can be better made.
W. J. DAVIS,
214 WYOH1NQ AVENUE
412 Spruce Street.
Agency for Young's Hats.
NEW YORK HOTELS.
Cor, SUtecntli St. and Irving I'laae,
American Tlan, $3.60 per day and upward.
European Tlan, $1.60 per day and upward.
I. D. CKAWFOHD, Proprietor.
4 I.'... Dnoliinii: Itjlll
4. rill HllSlllfci" uuh
4- In the heart ot the wholesale
j. For Shopow
j S mlnutca wuik in lT.tiiutiuiHurn,
a niiiiui--a w w..-o rr :. ?
nilliuii'a iv --.--. .
Bture. Ensy of occeus to tlio
4 1. DI..1.L.Anl,.
One block from B'way Curs, civ
InB easy transportation to all
POIIUU OI HIICIUOI.
I HOTEL ALBERT t
X NEW lUllH. 4.
ror lUh ST. UNIVERSITY PU 4-
I Only ono mock from BronUwrty. 4
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'Through the Hesperian Gnrdens of
the West" Runs the Luxurious
The Finest Tilling on Wheels,
AND ITS DESTINATION ARE
Summer Lauds of ' California."
Fluvial lliruiiuli traliH rmwlilnij of sli'iiilin
iiml illniiiK-i'ju will Iwu' Ni-w Yurie rwiy Snt
u11l.1v, 'l-iiwliv uiul Tlmis'ljy. loiiiiitlnir ill.
ni-lly wllli tliu' "MUiM-t l.inilU'il ' at Xiw Oiliam.
I'ur full iiilviuulii'ii, flow UliiilMltsI ianiili.
ltt, map ami tlim"lalili', uUu lgwut lalw,
klciiiluij i-ar lli-kil. ami uauKagi1 ilicckuJ, apply
to Southi'iii I'ai'llU' t'u.i M t. 1'hli'il btri'vt,
TRIBUNE WANT ADS.
BRING QUICK RETURNS
SCRANTON'S SHOPPINQ CENTER.
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Underwear for All
4. We are ready for vott
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-r arincnts lor iicn, wumcu, wuuurcu uuu xuiauta.
4 Union Suits will be on during the balance of the
present week: Light, medium and heavy weights,
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You may couut the day lost that fails to show some new merchandise interest
to public attention at this store. Handkerchiefs lead today. Some advertisers
might want to inform you as to the uses aud purposes of handkerchiefs but
then many advertisements are stupid. Our aim is to tell you something of the
value, qualities aud prices of the handkerchiefs offered today. 6,000 handker
chiefs, embroidered and with scalloped edges, made on a fiue quality of lawn,
perfect wearing and perfect embroiderv work, in twenty-five different designs,
altogether the best
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j Snaps at the
Child's Muslin Drawers, with hemstitched ruffle,
Price 10c 12c - 15c 18c 20c
Ladies' Muslin Drawers, with deep lawn ruffle, hemstitched:
Splendid Value at 29 Cents.
Ladies' Flannelette Night Gowns and Skirts,
Child's Flannelette Night Gowns and Skirts,
Ladies' Knit Woolen Skirts,
At Our Well-Known Low Prices.
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CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
THE UNITED STATES.
WM. C0NNELL, Preslilant.
HENRY BELIN, Jr., ViccPrcs. j
WILLIAAl H. PECK, CasbUr. j
Special attention clven to bust
ness accounts. Three per cont. in-
terest pal on interest deposits.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent for the Wyoming
Milling, niastlnsr, Sporting, Smokeless and tha
ltepauno Chemical Company's
Safety Fuse, Caps ami Etplodcra. llooni 401 Con
null lluililiin;, tivraiitoii.
TIIOS. KOUI) I'Utsion
JOHN II. SMITH & SO.V Plymouth
W. i:. MUL.UQ AN Wllkes-Uarpj
N. Ninth Stioet, olKANlUN YK
Telepho CmII. 3334.
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Muslin Underwear Counter
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We want you to see the new arrivals in our Carpet
Department. We believe we have the most complete stock
in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and know that, quality con
sidered, we can give you value and a selection not to bo
had this side of New York. A superb line of
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I BRASS AND
WILLIAMS & McANULTY,
129 Wyoming Avsnus.
Rabbit Season Opens Nov. 1
We are well stocked with all kinds of
ammunitiou aud guns at the lowest priees.
Don't forget that we are Headquar
ters for everything iu the line of Sports
Florey & Brooks,
211 Washington Ave.
MOOSiC POWDER CO.
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nininj? and Blasting
Uedo ( Mooilo ad lluitt Jl Worlu.
LAPLIN RAND POWOBR CO3
ORANQE QUN POWDER
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127 AND 129
I DRAPERIES I
METALLIC BEDS I
Coal ot tho best quality tor domfitls
uie and of all alios. Including BuokwbMt
and Illrdioy, delivered lo any part ot
tbe city, at the lowest price.
Order received at the offlce, Connoll
bulldlnc. Rocm 104; telephone No. 17J. ce
at the mine, telephone No. SJJ, will b;
promptly attended to. Dealer uppll
at the mine.
MOUNT PLEASANT GOAL CO
Tlio Dickson MAiiufUoturlNS Co.
tcrautoc and WlHrexUarre, f,
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY ENGINES
BolUrs, HoUtlng anil Pumping Macklaery.
atBtral OlBcv, Btraatoa, I.
MOUNT PLEASANT COAL
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