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THE SCil ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1900.
NEWS OF THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD
Resignations of Two Men Employed at the
Lackawanna Station Accepted Notes
from the Cliff Works The Board.
There were two chnngcs iiinile Yes
terday In tho personnel uf the Dela
ware, Lacknwnnna rind Western rail
road employes, owlntr to the rpslRna
tloiis of Night Ticket Agent Alfred C.
Schrelfor and Special Olllcer l'lilllp
Ooerlltz. Another new face was also
seen in tho freight olllce, whole Fred
erick A. Uradley yesterday began Ills
duties as stenographer for Division
Freight Agent C. AV. Ton liroeok.
Mr. Bradley Is the successor of Mr.
Clarke, who left the olllce a short while
ago. Ho Is from Ottawa, Canada, and
was formerly In the employ of the Now
York and Ottawa Itullroud company.
Ho Is well equipped for his position and
appears to be the right ninn for the
Mr. Schrelfor Is succeeded by C. "V.
Arnold, formerly a Lackawanna oper
ator at Cresco, Pa. Olllcer Cloorlltz Is
succeeded 'by James Saul, formerly ono
of the patrolmen on tho city police
force. The resignation of Schrelfor and
Ooerlltz Is tho result of a mutual dis
agreement of rather long standing be
tween them and the company. Goerlltz
lias been a familiar figure at thu sta
tion for the past fifteen years.
At the Cliff Works.
The locomotive works of the Dickson
Manufacturing company.on Clllf street,
are the scene of a lilvc-IIke activity
these days. Work Is being hurried on
the big order recently given by the
Delaware, Lackawanna and "Western
Kailroad company, and several other
large jobs are being handled. Yester
day the last of the order of eighteen
consolidation freight engines was
shipped to the St. Louis and San Fran
cisco Rail road company.
The first engine constructed for the
concern left tills city August 10, and
in tho comparatively short time slnco
then tho remaining fifteen have been
shipped. The Lackawanna's order re
ferred to above was given October 27,
and Is for ten consolidation and eight
Regarding Air Brakes.
An order wa.f yesterday posted for
engineers and trainmen of the Jersey
Central railroad, governing the mode of
handling air in connection with braking
trains. It was signed by General Air
Brake Inspector C. C. Farmer, Super
intendent of Motive Power W. Mc
intosh nnd others, and approved by
General Superintendent J. H. Olhausen.
It consisted of eighteen rules. Some of
these were as follows:
Remember that the slower the speed
of a train, the more liable you are to
break a long nlr brake train In two by
Do not release brakes on a freight
train when the train is passing over a
Always shake the dirt out of the hose
coupling before coupling tlieni together.
If a train controlled by air brukes is
stoiiped for moie than ten minutes on
a grade, where- it is necessary to keep
brakes applied to prevent tiuin run
ning away, set enough hand brakes to
hold train and zelease and discharge
It also contained specille instructions
regarding the instant remedying of any
leaks discovered in the air hoses. It
laid particular stress upon great care
of these, and immediate mending of
any such holes, no matter how minute.
A Future for Nanticoke.
According to tho statements of sev
eral prominent gentleiueii engaged In
milling, Nanticokb, Luzerne county,
has a greater futuio as a coal center
than any other .settlement or town
of Its kind within the entire anthracite
region. The real work of developing
this territory has just commenced.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern Kailroad company, which owns
some live or six thousand acres In the
immediate vicinity of the town, all un
derlaid by seventy feet of llrst-eliiss
anthracite, in less than four years will
probably have in operation .some ilvcj
or six new big breakers with a total
dally capacity of from fifteen to twen
ty thousand tons. Such an additional
tonnage would require. It Is claimed,
not less than four thousand mine
workers. It is evident that the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western peo
ple are pushing the -work just as fast
an they can, for it is also an open se
cret that they are at present lroiu
six to eight thousand tons short on
their daily allotments.
The Ullss breaker, with a capacity of
El's Time Wasted
And strength wasted, to try to push
back the ri&ing tide with a broom.
It's just as fjrtat a waste of time and
a far more serious waste of strength
to try to push back the rising tide
of disease with the "nervines," "com
pounds" and "nerve foods" which
simply drug the nerves into n drunk
en stupor. They make you feci
trood? So does whUkv, while the
teeliug lasts, but the reaction is dim- I
uerous aim iiiruuiy. ur, nercu a
Golden Medical Discovery is n tem
perance medicine. II contains no al
cohol, opium, cocaine or other nar
cotic. It strengthens the body by
purifying the blood and increasing
the bupply of that vital fluid. It
heals diseases of the stomach and or
gans of digestion and nutrition and
thus removes the obstacles to a per
fect nourishmeut of the whole body,
"Sir years nso my bloinocli mid lienrt
troubled me to much I liaU to do somctlilnc,
as the doctors could not help me," writes
Mri. r. A. Knapp uf Sim Jose, California,
1)0X39). "I went loK.in Francisco ami had
treatment lor catarrh of the stomach ami
was ticttcr forborne time, then it came back.
I then used Dr. fiercc's Golden Medical
Discovery nuil 'Pleasant Pellets.' These
medicines cured my stomach. I do nut
have the pain Htm indigestion as I did.
il is very narci ior me to
tell you what I suffered tie
fore I commenced taking
your valuable medicine.
I rccommcud It to all
the sufferers whom I
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets strengthen and
stimulate the liver,
fifteen hundred toiiH n day, will be fol
lowed by the erection of a mammoth
colliery at Auchlncloss, calculated for
11 dally production of three thousand
tons. It Is said that ground will he
broken for this breaker early myct
spring, If not this winter. At the same
time the Delawnie, Lackawanna and
Western company Is pushing on from
the Avondalo side towards tho Dun
dee tract. Having obtained by cx-
I change the river coal warrants for
nieriy held by the Lehigh and WIIKoh
Harre Coal company, they nro now
sinking a slope to the red ash vein,
which will tap tht great basin noir
the Dundee shaft and at ihe samo
time furnish the necessary second
opening for the mines on the Nnntl
coko side. In order to get free access
to tills Immense tract of ccal land,
tiie leasehold inteiests of tho Lloyd
Williams estate have also boon bousht
at on expenditure of $200,000. The old
Dundee shaft will bo wldeiwd anil
sunk down to the lower veins, and will
become one or three or four more
openings that are to supply another
mammoth breaker or a combination
of breakers, from which alone tho
company expects to ship eight to ten
thousand tons a day.
The total amount of money spent so
far by the coal department of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
Kailroad company on the development
of this properly is said to reach thu
figures of Mix million dollars. Thu
tract contains between eight hundred
and a thousand million tons of min
able coal, enough to last over a hun
dred years at the rate of six million
tons, the average annual allotment of
The Asliley Strike.
The laborers employed at the Ashley
shops who went out on strike several
days ago, have been discharged and
the ofllclals will arrange to place men
in their places. So far, they have not
succeeded find the strikers say that
the ofllclals 'will have some trouble in
getting men, as the majority of the
laborers are affiliated with labor
The strikers received $1.'0 per day.
They claim that Ibis Is iiisuflielenl
and petitioned the oindals for an in
crease. This was refused and the men
went out on strike. As there is a scar
city of laborers, It is very easy for
the strikers to procure positions else
where. Nearly all the other employes
working on piece work arc getting
restless. It is impossible to toll what
a day may bring forth. Wilkes-Barro
D., Ij. & W. Board for Today.
Tho make-up of the D., L. and W.
board is as follows:
Momljy, Nov. 10.
WILD CATS i:bT.
7 p. in. 1 Van Wonncr.
S.!S0 p. in. J. J. Dully.
11 p. in. A. J. McDonnell.
"lHn-.iI.iy, JI.ij -0.
WILD CAfS UAST.
'J.:I0 :i. in. C Bartholomew.
II a. in. J. lU'imiuJii.
I ,i. m. W. 1). N.nfi'l.
5 u. in. (I. ll.itiilulih.
C a in. J. IluiMi.nl.
h a. in. U. Jleiini'tl.
!' a. in. II. Cirmuib.
11 a. in. F. L. lliwin.
I p. in. II. T. Maple-.
il.4.1 p. in. It. Dohcil.v.
1.13 p. in. li. ItalToilJ.
C .1. in., wot (1.1'rouiifrlKcr.
II a. in., wt W. II. XiilinR
li oMuik iiuoii, wst-J. (urli;ir.
7 p. in., W"i for (.'.ijiiir.1 W. II. Mel.nuc.
7 p. in., cd-l for .Nay Auk 1.. 1'.' Dully.
5 a. in., cast i:. Mu.Mhmr.
10 a. in. dinger.
fi a. in., eiMA. II. Howe,
ll.ls) a. in., east Jlnr.ni.
7 p. in., iit--Jliiiplij.
0 p. in., cast Golden.
7 s. m. Oaflncy.
0.C0 p. in. htjntc.n.
7 p. in. Magomn.
WIM) CATS WI31'.
4.:.(l u. in.-o. W. 1'iUKtrald, Willi Matter's men.
5 a. in. .1. Harder.
.i.:u a. in. J. Iljicr, with Jlullcu'a men.
1 a, m.J. A. llu-li. ,,
7 a. in. .1. (iiTiily.
K a. in. .1. (linli'y.
U a. in. T. rilp.ilikk. '
111 a. in. .1. tril.ua.
It a. in. J. CiliaiMii.
' l'J o'clock noon .1, II. MiCjiui.
. 1 p. ni. V. I..il!.ir.
2 p. m. li. Hill.
IMil) p. in. II. .1. I.ail.in.
1 II p. in. P. Wall.
S.ai p. in. (I. Iluit, Willi a. Carmody's men.
-I ), m. A. li. llnuimitt.
(" p. in, T. Doudli-an. ,
li p. in. W. A. liaitlinloinciv.
II..MI p. in. T. Xai'iiian. .
7 p. in. II. CIIUs.mii.
7.K0 p. in. -J. W. Dovluc.
S p. in. C. Kins.-dcy.
Conductor P, filllinan and (row nut on '1 p. ni.
Wild l 'at, i:at, .Nov. IV, In place ot II. JI, lj.
lctl and ircu-.
This and That.
Supeulntondont of Transportation J.
JI. Dal of the Lackawanna,' took a
llylni; trip yesterday to Dlimhamton,
.Superintendent of Motlvo Power and
Machinery T, S. Lloyd, of the Lacka
wanna, nnd A. V. Lowthor, his ehluf
clerk, were In liuft'ulo yesetrday.
Yesterday marked thu establishing of
a miniature postollleo at tho Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western station. It
is In the hall near the winding flight of
stops, and is a squara box-llko struc
ture. It has a glass top, and Is Hindu
up of twenty-elBlit mall drawers, for
tho various Lackawanna departments.
Theso face on thu hall, and have the
sanui general appearance as tho regu
lar postollleo boxes. Tho nnull will bo
every day stowed away hore, nnd then
distributed to Its dlffeient destinations.
A notice was yesterday posted at thu
Itnllroad Young Men's Clulstlan asso
elation that all membership tickets ot
tho Ifoboken branch of tho nssoslatlon
would bo honored by thu Delaware,
Lncka wanna and AVestern company for
tho holder's tiansportatlou and that of
two members of his Immediate family
to Iloboken, to theie attend tonight tho
Young Men's Christian ussociutlon en
tertainment. The tickets will be hon
ored on tho following trains; Kust
bound, JN'os. US, i2S, 3iW, 410; west
bound, Nob. 157, 231, 1).
Coal road ofllclals announce with
great gusto that somu moro of the In
dependent operators In thu anthra
cite Held nre selling their mines to
them, incldentully, tho .prlcu of the
Coalers Is advancing. Tho uo-i;nUd
independent operators produce only
right per cent, of the annual output,
nnd for two years havo not boon fac
tors In tho coal market. Tho rnltrondi
settled the recent strike without con
sulting them, and now practically con
trol the policy uf ovary mine. The coal
lnnd sales now being mndo have been
in contemplation for mouths, but ne
gotiations were held In abej-nnce,
pending the election, Philadelphia
BIDS FOR SCHOOL WORK.
Figures on two Jobs for the School
The board of control met In a brief
special session last night to open bids
for the erection of an annex to No. .15
building, and n retaining wall at No.
The bldn for the annex wore its
follows: Hughes .t Co., $t,8G.": riykos
& Son, Stf.lGO; Edwin H. Williams,
tG.OW, M. J. Itttddy, ?r,!T.0; Mttlhcrln
S. Judge, $1,973: Conrad .Schrooder,
$fi,015: Peter Ktlpp, $0,200; Woolkers &
Bellman, $0,175: Mathlas Stlpl-, Sli.SOO.
For the retaining wall contract, tho
M. J. Huddy Mnln job, MOO; extra
masonry, $1; excavating, $1.'.'3; coping,
S. Sykes & Son Main job, $S7j! ex
tra masonry ?l! excavation, DO cents:
coping 50 cents; extra wide coping, !)0
10. S. Williams Main job. $(i:.2.
The bids were referred to- tho build
LOCAL FOOT BALL.
'I'll'; l:dlp.Hc mid tl,o ber.ilitoti High school
m ub team pl.i.wd n ury liitcicstlnir n'imc ot
toot br.ll olcul.iy afternoon lit tdo Athletic
lurk, in willed I he I iictli school wnilw o.unc out
lclorioiis dy tlic scoic of 11-0. 'flic features ot
the game was a mil of tliirly-llvo j.mh iiiado
dy Ilciijou, of t lie Uhjli school. The liiic-up was
IIIkIi School. Kclipoc.
l'ciitliic Ii'kIiI (lid Jluipliy
Walters lisht tackle Jordan
I'rot li ttiltr.in light Rttard Matrrand
'Jhmius tnilrr C'oltlu
Weir left Kii.ird (Julnii
Jonei lelt tickle Xautli-r
Cldsou left cud Smith
lliiey rjinrteidack Ilarrott
IIcihoii liirlit lnlf Judd
Mtllimnn lelt lnlf lay
Coibelt full liacl: Mallciy
llcfeiee lla(.','cily, St. 'Ilioiuas. I'lnpiie Ky
lion, Hish fcliool. I.ineMiu'n McAiLlc and
l.ankey. Tiinekecpeis Collim, Heaves.
When in Doubt
play liuiiip!, oi tho '-ljlii;; U. If in doulil where
In gel the iii;lit kind of innU iwe.it, try n-a ; mmi
i.ni't loe. Our leader lor this wcik i a S1I.1C
ri.i:ix'i:i gaiimiint, t tdc, woiiii ii.-j.-. w,.
inn i,rie uO uuuihei'-. to t iioie hunt, rinsing in
pi ice from IS cents to M per t'aiittciit.
412 Spruce Street.
Tiv our 10e. collar, none delte.' made.
fUE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
Through trains Chicago to Des
Moines, Mason City, Sioux City, Omaha,
The Iilacl; Hills, Denver, Salt Lake, San
Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland,' St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Ashland and
Copper Country. Call on any agent for
tickets or address
fS1 Broadway Viv York.
5 Vine St., Cincinnati
507 SmMJ'IdSt., Pltltbura
601 Chart st.fhlladtleiua
308 WatUinglon St., Boston
234 Suplrlor St., Cltutland
If Campus Martlut, Of croft
212 Clark St., - Cifcii(fo
A Skin of Roauty la a Joy Forever.
tit. T. I l.i.i. (ni juuiin "iiit..vr.i4
LU&AJli Ull JlAKlC'tkK lILAtllCIUUi
Hcmotea Tan, rimplcs, Freckle
JloUi 1 ulctit .', lUt ji. mut Hli5
,! R-Il.ll, (OIU UL'UC
"nutdCtloil. It hd
JjbtcjuU tbe test oX M
cuiBi tUlU II DO
inniAm hm tjiat ift
t bum re it isprop.
erly nndt. Accept
no counicmii uc
A, tiayrn Mid to m
tvlyut tbo nun-ton
(a i-aUtnt)' 'Ajou
1 recommend 'Uouo
leat harmful of oil
tlio bUn pre pun
" tor HMO OT
lnoyoodi DeakM In theU,S.,Cauadas,iiid turop
ITSOO. T. flOl'lilKS, llup'r, S7 Great Jofits fits VT
LITTLE LIVER PILL
'acfro and i-IVO
Sold'Vy all drugclsfJ
or bi'iir. ny mail.
Ncnlt flt.-iliil Co.. Cb!ciO
McRnrra'.t & Thomas, Prim-
BlstB,, 2K) LnckawaiTi uve., ticranton
H .l'l.lluilrli-lj. I J. HiuIm f,lirtrj. I.u. 1
JtOST MANI(Q33.VARICi)Cttf & SfaiCTURtl
t 3 part prsiiu-ilU vaitli(N('lijliMrri4 nt rii)Oeiui.uiD J
if " V
If "ill! ' jfc
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5S3& W lt?7i
I 28 CTS.
Against Disease Germs
TO JUST BREATHE IT.
Means thu destruetlon of nit Germs
It Is the only remedy known which
will do this.
The only Rennlr-lde which Naturo
liprfnlts to enter tho bronchial tubes
Your money Is refunded If It fulls
to cure tiny disease of the respiratory
Flic ilajs' treatment and medical advice free,
Sild dy all dtiutKM.i or sent dy mall. Com
plete otitllU $1.00; til.il ontHK l!ic
The 11. T. Booth Co., Ithaca, N. Y.
It is impossible to get more
for your money thau we give
Otliers may offer lower
prices but they give you
much inferior work.
Some give good work, but
Our facilities are the best,
our work the best and our
prices the lowest.
213 Wyoming Ave.
HISHI i FORSYTH,
ja-327 PENN AVENUE.
The Dickson Muiiuractitriiig Co.
fccrantcin mid WlllcovlUrra, t'Ji
LOCOMOTIVES, STATlONARy ENGINES
Boilers, Hoisting und Pumplnz Machinery.
General Office, Scranton, P.
NEW YORK HOTELS.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving I'lacc,
American Tlan, 3.M per day and upward.
European I'lau, $I.M per day and upward.
I. D. CHAWrORD, Proprietor.
i L'.i. UllL-ttlAQO II nil
4. IVI llll.-IIIIU.-15 JllVil
f in the h'jarl ot the wholcsata
t For Mionnms
4. S mlnuteH wuik in wanumaiter.ij -f
t tlllltuitn " ". nv'i
A. 3 minUU'S IO Dll'KUl uuut a !
J" Hry CJooUa Stores.
T" 1 Lit .! t. ..-
4. ror niKiiiafui-A
One block from B'way Cars, gv.
lntr easy trailbiioi-tatlou to ull
4 pomta ot inturesr. -f-
I HOTEL ALBERT :
-f Cor. 11th BT. & UNlVKItSITY PU
Only ono lllocK worn uronimay. .
I KQOUh, 5I Up. Price Ucusunablo J
"Through tho Hesperian Gardens of
the West" Runs the Luxurious
The Finest Thine on Wheels,
AND ITS DESTINATION ARE
Summer Lands of ' California."
Special thvoiiitli lialns iwnsUtliii; of tlvrplng
ami dluiiiK-iuii lll We i'w Voilt every hat
uriUy, 'luewlay and 'iliuibday. coniisctliur U.
nelly willi tli "buii'tt l.imlteil" at New Orleans.
1'or lull iiiliriiulin, liev illiutratrd paniili.
lets, liun and tiinu-ukles, aUo lonet uu,
sleeping ear ticket and tueiMgo clucktd, apply
t,i Southern 1'aUtti- Co., 10U S. Tldid klrci.1,
THE NEW SILKS
One does not readily associate the thought of that season of "naked treea and
howling winds and meadows brown and sere" with this silk display. Here are tha
new Autumn Silks wholly new and radiantly beautiful. The searchers intrusted
with the providing of these stocks have gathered with prodigal hands. How much
of good taste has been shown in their efforts, we leave you to judge.
Black 'Peau De Soie Satins
Gros Grains, Armure, 1'lniti and Figured Taffe
tas, 75c to S2.00 a Yard.
Special Black French Taffeta
For Gowns and Separate Skirts, 24 inches
wide, $1.00 Yard.
Crepe De Chene
In Pastel Colors, for exclusive gowns and
fancy waists, 24 inches wide, $1.50 yard.
Plain Be':galines and Poplins
In all the light tints and dark shades, 22 inches
wide, $1.25 yard.
Plain Satins Ail Colors
20 inches wide
21 inches wide
22 inches wide
In the newest color combinations. White and
black effects, 20 to 24 inches wide, $i.oo,
$1.25 and $1.50 yard.
The Slogan in our Silk Department is "excellence coupled with unusual cheapness."
There are new, handsome silks, seasonable silks, niuch-below-value silks. The patterns
will not be excelled in beauty in any future shipments. There will not, for a long time at
least, be another opportunity to secure a high grade gown, skirt or waist at so little outlay
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
THE UNITED STATES,
WM. CONNELL, President.
tlE.NRY BELIN. Jr., ViccPres.
WILLIAM M. PECK, Caahlsr.
Bpecla! attention ulven to bust,
nesa accovnta. Throe per cent. to.
tcrcat lul on In tores t deposits.
N. Ninth Street, SLRAllfuN PA
Telophtma Call. 2;J'.
SIC POWDER CO,
Booms 1 au-42, Com'llh BTd'g.
nining and Blasting
Med. at Mooalo and KtiiU Jal. WorKl.
LAPLIN RAND POWDBR CO. '3
ORANOE GUN POWDER
ElJOtrlo Batterlss. KleotrlaKxplo4ri,
xplodlnje blaita, ijafdy Km. an4
Reiauni Cheilcal Co.'s uxJ"
SGRANTON'S SHOPPINQ CENTER.
Black Guaranteed Taffetas
20 inch $1,00 yard
22 inch $1.12 yard
24 inch $125 yard
27 inch $i-35 yard
!J CARPETS wi
We want you to see the new arrivals in our Carpet
Department. We believe we have the most complete stock
m Northeastern Pennsylvania, and know that, quality con
sidered, we can give you value and a selection not to be
had this side of New York. A superb line of
I WALL PAPER I
I BRASS AND
WILLGAEHS & McANULTY,
129 Wyoming Aviniis.
These Game Boards have Rnlea for 50 Games including
CROKINOL'" mA all tha CARROM GAMES
Florey & Brooks, 2 1 1 S00
lliyslclan and Surgeon
311 SpruQi St,
Ttupu Uuii Building
All acute ami clirculu diffuses ol men, wo.
men and tliildren. ClIIIONU) NDHV'OUS.
1IHAIN AND WAbl'lNCI JJIbUASHS A SI'IX'.
1AL.TY. All disease! ct the Liver, Kidneys,
Uladder. bl.111, Hlood, iS'crws, Wunib, Kve, Kar,
Node, Tlnoat, and l.uu-k, fjncers, Tuinti,
l'ikb, ltupturc, Uoittc, IllicuiiutUin. Asthma,
Catarrh. Varlucoivle. Lost llauhood, Mglitly
r'.inisoioiis, all I'uiiiala DiJejses, Leiicorrlioea, etc.
(ioniiorihea, S)l'hill3, lllood l'olwii, Indiscre
tion and )oulhful liahlu olillterated. burgtry,
Kits. Upllcixy, Tapo and Ktuiiudi Worms. C..
TAllltllOZONi:, EpeclAo foi Catarrh. Tlueu
montlu' treatment only $3.00. Trial free in
citrUo. Consultation uml examination dec.
Odke hours) daily and bandjy, 4 u. in. to 9
Liberty Satins -
12 best colorings, 21 inches wide, $1.00 yard.
Fancy Silks for Waists
75 styles to select from, mostly in waist
lengths only, 75c to $2.00 yard,
And Embroidered Figures on Taffeta and Satin
grounds, Stripes and Dresden Figures com
bined, Corded Taffetas, Hemstitched TalTetas,
Printed Satins, at our well known low prices,
Colored Plain Taffetas
We unquestionably have the largest and best
line of Plain Taffeta Silks shown in this city.
Taffetas are eminently suitable for Trimmings,
Skirts, Petticoats, Shirt Waists, Etc. Here are
eighty colors to choose from, 19 inches wide.
Price, 75c yard.
127 AND 129
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent for the Wyoming
Ulnli, (llastln;, Sportlnrr, Smokeless am tin
llcpauin) Chemical Company'
Safety Fuse, Caps and Eplodr. Iloom 101 Cou
ncil llulldln;, Siranton.
TI109. 1-ORI) ...PUUton
JOHN II. SMITH I: SON Plymouth
W. B. JIUI.LIQAN WllkcaDarrt
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