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THE SCR ANTON TlilRTTNE TUESDAY MORNING. APRTL 17. 1891.
SCRAN TON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, Goneral Manager. rrni isnrn daily anh WBBELT in MaA TON. PA.. U V 1 HI.' 'llllUfM! H II I IMI I NO CoilPASV sifted and versatile man, aw second only to thst of Sir. Wfiius. Vtt pol ished, atuiuble aud witty at Sir. Dhjisw uudoubwdly is, aud tu the face of aU moat phenomenal Rifts of oratory und bononbla nanoevw, th rxeeatlve ixd of tiu v ni'Vriiit railway iot-r-MKti hit not 1 1 1 1 1 1 -il Hih owiotrv blbitini: any person from uwoinir more '.ii i:. I'll acres of laud. U in laid that this bill was constructsd at tbe request of only une man. If, tharefore, there arn other men possessing equally unique liii'titnl conceptions, u poaUl curd to P IV i- will, parbapa, tin u k Iheao'j to ii oi, r is wh t tin inn . i r ; .; i ' nn ' ' m 1 1 ; h r M 01 ; wages, owns 4.0(H) railway rars which are DOM In trauspiirtiug bla gouils, auil has Tbtl or Sju borsas tu haul bi wagons. Pitty or sixty thmisnud persons receive direct sup. port from the wsj-es paid iu bis ineat-pack-IOg tmsiiiesa alone, If we estimate fiiml ii i .a the nensni baala. He ih a larger in ner of cram elnvalurx tliuu any other i lieldnal in eithei ii.oiiNiiii.-ri': be is the P p i inr r ii ln f etory wblrb iirm ill ItlsM 7 1 iflll to i v. a", ini GOLDSMITH'S 9 BAZAAR AE HAVIv no doubl that April's intentions are ood. While sh T"; a impnl position to stop and sit down u o d k cca. Ly. shi will get here by and bye and bring some weath.r with her. Oh, April ! Hear our pleading call. We give it up you've foo!ed U3 all. In the meantime come out between the showers, or snows (as the case may be), and see what we have to make life worth liv ing. Look at these: f r--in i . inn nr s it lHt SCRAN10N IRlBUNt sl'kaNTON. Ai'KU. M tsw TaTh JOCHK vl recouiea thr tact that it oaunot hop" to vltv.se those who utilite every public question for the partisan advancement of IVuiocrtitic ambitious; an.l it bus the good sms DO) tVell to trv ii ItMUltl S'HII For Boi-our!i ImprewtiMnta A movement of lOtna CQMttlMBM 1 i' itiMd in PtttttOtV K -presenting- very iKVUtat-'v tlieiouJitmui of the Ijplc ll early mining town, that borough bfel for mnv year txhibited evidences of a tendency toward reform It has liradunUy dawned opou the community tbat streets pared with rough cobble stone; gutters obstructed with acouni ulatious of refuse, back alley slogged up by tab damps eud garbage piles, and waste drains traversing the aurr'ave lo stead of beiug plaoad uudsrarounl do not represent tbe best possibilities i( small ntnotclpalltlaa aud are iusufticieut sitb.r to attract immigration or to pro rent removals to communities offering superior inducements. 'I'be effort to set this progressive seiitliueut taoaliltd upcu some specido and practical p'.an of public Improve m!U has ouiy just been successful, tut now ta.it a start has been made, good reaalti may quickly follow. L'pon a valuation eiceedink; $700 000 borough of Puutou aheidy tut a bonded debt of betweeu $30,000 aud fl'.i'iA I'be Saw permits boroughs to fei M bocds to within t t-r cent, of the total borough raluitioti. Eibt p r eent. of $700 000 woull gire room ouly .'or tl W0 to $-.'6 000 of uew indebted nees. wbt-reas. to inaU- a resp.ctabie start towar 1 a modern system of sew ers aud paring would require at least calculation a $30,000 bond issue, tuis being tr.e amount deci led upoa by tbe Neeal utiisa m-eting of Pitts'ou aiticsaa Thia dilenau, bo we rar, son id be olved first by no increase in raluiti' B, w'tuca is absurdlv low; weoodly, ty a slightly increased tax 1-vy '.evoi-d to tho liquidation of a portion of tbe outstanding indebted i ho. The vstualioa oi Pittston bor ;.: . OBgbt certainly to teas nun as ttie valuation nt Pivmoutn borough, which is abt-ve 11,100000 or of Nanti coke, unlet) is more I ban $1,000,000. Suc'i valuation would zir room to is- so ' OC worii of new boids, wiile a tea-mill extra lery for boroag-u par pests woui 1 farnts i $10,000 annually to be divided between tbs s.nicin fund and -neral expenses. It may te ukn for granted, loo, in this connection that with public ser.ttmT.t ;ater-3' '. in the borough's gSWraaMBt, many economies la ad ministration will help to swell the treaanry, irrespectire of tbe proposal bond issue. JInney has obrioosly been axpendetl in the past iu a careless if not criminal manner. Tuis has been recently instanced in sensational revel ations as to gradir.g acl paring con tracts, for wiiieh large orercbarges have been discovered, To bria? about rtaibla irnprovment will natarally cost 'cm money . but is will probably cat far less than obstrnctiouiaU im agine. Tne enlietUMBt of a commnn ry's HCt'.ve interest la its own govern ment is generally a sure precursor to important sconomies followed by bet ter public result.. KlSATOfl CaMEKuN haa doubtlsss heard fr )m Donal ere thia. Rkpl blicaN9 VAtmUtLT rejoioe that Democratic congressional partisans, after all their blester, must nowiat ; . r jo - , . -.ting '.: : bus the real aignificanas of their surrender exteifd far beyond the jubilation of faction or party und btcoroes a snbjact for bonss! national thanksj;ir.ng. It ts the vindi cation of the right of the majority to rale. CMMm BstXUnDtaMfi allged con aoracy to mm him existed long before be was born Its other Dime is social self-protection. TliK issi.itTlos is made in tha W.uh iugtou corresp auileuoe of the I'.d! . ll pblo Record that several Republican senators are relied upon by the social- lists to vote for the income tax. This nay be true, tut we donbt It Tha I moral pilf between tha senator wbo 1 would depreciate the poor man s dollar SO per cent, through free coinage of deolinini; silver bullion, and tlie man I who would put tho burden of taxation on a small class may not be large; but ! neither polity has any plat in the Ite- I pablltan platform in time of peace. ! Both are fundamentally and hopeleslv wrong It i UK friends of Senator t'ameioii have serious and weighty public argu ments In favjr of his re-electum, now f is the time to begin the detuto. Iba public is not pi judioed. It merely ! wauts fair play Young Adopts in Crime. For the public's own sake a uust search! ug inquiry should aud doubtUss will be made into the circumstances whioh led Vi -year old William W ilsh md kit javeuiie confedarataa to adopt ' and pursue their long and OOIUiploQOtll I career of crime I'he ci'ii itions which 1 impelled these ingenious aud penUtODt little thieves to prosecute for mouths a TMonatlfl campiigu of bnrglatlooi evil doing the boldness of which would lh . do credit to rogues of tunce their age should be defined witti uncommon care, aun then studied most earnestly by local advocates oi! social reform No fact is more conspicuous today thuu that juvenile depravitv is on the I rapid increase. What are the causes of ibis increase'.' Why should an age I of unparalleled cirilization at the same lims be an age of imp iralleled aud fust j multiplying orim.r A: wh it point or points do th-se striking co-iuci leuoes Quite in tne intimite relationship of ! cause and effect? How may tbif rela j tiouship be brokeu'.' What practical the steps or immediate local utility will and ! briu us by the shortest cut to the core 01 tuts clcculty i : suable us to ittct a whole or parti il cure; Tuvse are tne questions whioh oug it to occupy ths utnda of all earnest re formers and they are questions which should beinsotui ma as ice illumiud by a complete investigation of the so sailed boy burglars' gang. It will be possible with all the facta in this case oefore us to reach important conclu itoas tending to cuiio future punitive and corrective efforts. If otviliiatioa and education brim: only dangers, w;tnut thsir curs, it is tim this gan eratico knew ic. Ami much that is wild end reckless in our current phil osophy awaits correction by the ririd presentation of eommou, yes, too com mon, sociological facts. ii ui i I K I e.i ra woit i not hare tu itawg auotlt ib- sir e a, ' o Ingtbelrhorna' In order toaalltbair prodaoe," He also asks If the in n' t'hauls of SortntOO are opposed to a market, und If such u mnrket, prcrlded it were Well conducted , WOttld uot be of mutual benefit This inbjeot bus been repeatedly ag itated, without vUiblo success. Vet tho proposition Is an admirable one, is not, so far us we know, opposed by auy of Urn io.-si merohanta, and would nnquaatlonanly u ,f mutital benefit. The main dillleultv seems to bo in get ting uapltallstl tn inOTO iu Die matter ; and i veil this ditllculty is trrn'oable largely to the lack of a convenient cen tral looatton, A genural market on either the West or South siiiti would lu patronised chldlv by West or aiith Bldere; while one in the central elty could not bo conveniently located Wltfaonl lUTodlng a residence district, Wbiob would at once create opposition n i v. rtheless, ihe oonitant growth of BorantOO, with its enlarging number ol street random and the eoueeqnenl strain 00 the piitdlo pntience. will dottbtloil 'it no distant day call a public uiurliet place into existence. There in plenty of business for one now There will b more business In tha greater Scran lou that's coming ( gossip 01 Politicians. The Philadelphia Record persists iu oonfnalug Mayor Connell with his un cle, William Connell; but whan we re member that its proprietor. Mr. Sing eily, is trying the peacemaker role in the face or a coming 1100,000 majority for Hastings his little pen slips cat) bo i excused. Ml Everything Is said to hare bean ad justed for the nomination of Repre- eutative Joseph Sibley agaiust Ueneral li tstiuiis. tie is believe ) to be sum oiently Democratic to carry the Demo cratic Vote aud also closu enough to to the Populists to enlist iu his sup port free silverites, nationalists und lis iff ct.-d citizms generally. Besides. .Mr. bibley is rich aud not averse to using his wealth in a tnauuer to de- j light the party workers. i. . Iieioj llle e.p ' t i.i' ii. in i y . tin it rbe pasi winter la 8 linalwl ni tu,n(si'(i!i in. . i ii i euo -monaoredti un tin right si.i f the r dgir for the eommoroial metropollaol thtoenn try Quod heaped np and of erflowing can COBa OUt Of wall Itreet on uccaslou. Apt ami Appreciated, Ui-ktvn J Heaali BeoatOI Lodgl I deeerlptlon Of the Dem ocratic tarilf tlirm y as "the gospel uf ile spail" will be tboronghly appreclsteil by t booianda of worklngraan whom ib Wii- son bill line deprived Of ll.eir livelihoixl. -. - Ttir bVal Obl-ctlons. illtimuit Atnmi aa. An ineiiiiii. tx WOOld BOt Ottlj be BO" popular, but un-Amarlcan and tucolleot1 Ible. DO YOU KNOW That before purobaftlng anything in our line jrou ittould be lure to examine our itock1 Btl.vfTiU'i. DBSIONI IN' Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets All tbe loutliiij; slm)ii"j aud deoOI ationii Baby Carriages TO .SL IT ALL PURSES. Ail Prices Rock Bottom. Coursen, Clemons & Co. 422 LACKA. AVE, Beautiful New Ducks, Striking New Galatea Cloths, Hand-made Dotted Swisses, Novel French Wool Challies, Quadruple Printed Brocaded Caslimeringi, Plain and Dotted Serpentine Crepe3, Scotch Crinkle Ginghams, French Swivel and Lace Effect Ginghams, American Creponettes, the latest, French and German Printed Flannels, American and English Swivel Silks, Irish Printed 40-inch Linens. AND Wool G-ood If in THF;EE monti.s Sooth Carolina's fifty- aertn disptrmnes sold $2(9,140.76 worth of "Tillmin red-eye," at a ut profit of 41,163 3y. how long will it be befora eac!a stiU will be its own sa il ja keeper I At this rate each one of Colonel Tillman's depots could pay the $' lieeose exscted in this state and yrt be the winner to yearly amount offtff&M, No statistics as to elco holism Sonth Carolina ff -cte under the new law accom iany the report of tbe state liquor cooimisioner; hence the net gain to the people from this curious 1 tw remains, as liefore, a mat ter of icdirldnal conjecture. N'omiuee McDoual !, whose appoint ment to the Kingston lustniHStersliiD is Iiuiik up iu the senate, owing to th fnergtftic opposition of Kepregeutativo Hines, is busy getting aik'nera to a po tition endorsing his candidacy. H is said to tie reaetvlng some prominent support; but Hines is still confident that McDonald will not be confirmed. Politics in Small Doses: Representative ftoiio, of Warren, will be renominated without opposition. Jack Knbinson claims be already 1ihs sixty delegates and will get, enough more. Ex-Collector Tvin Cooper la out o! oBice fur the first time in twenty-four years. Charles B. Smith will probably make tbe legislative race against Captain Flantiery in Luzerni's Fifth district. Cooper for congress il the idea in Dole ware county if Jack Robinson gets the lieutenant governorship. Editor D. A. Orr, of the HarrKburg Pa triot, knows when It Is time to stay instd". He will not le Democracy's candidate agnin-it Hantingj. '-'olonel Gingerly is quoted a having cor reded Uastiug's e'lection by ;-i00,000 plural i'.y. cx-kepresentalive Brnmm and Major sain L,oscn nave lockeil noma in a merry ngut over tne scuuylkill Itepubl'.i'an con giesional nomination. Tom Coopur doi sn't expect the Demo cratH to carry moro tliau two congress d;s tricts next fall; the Kighth aud Ninth, Depew for President. It is too singular and too uncalled -for a cirenmatsne this thnatrisal westrn leap of Mr. LVptW Into the presidential areiu o be accepted in ui. questioning faith. A serious and ! conservative seoksr for tbe presidential nomination would scarcely choose for bis time of announcement the short pe riod of his flying visit to a western city; and for his surrounding tbe gfOWdtd corridors of a pflblifl hotnl througn which tbe inquisitive report- ra scurried at midnight. Mr. Depew is dramatic, esoteric and delightful , but he is scarcely crazy. His worst en emy roust admit his sanity and meas urable shrewdness. Tho truth of the matter doubtless is that Mr. Dapew was playing a little quiet joke on the nnhnt Ht. L nls in terrogator; and possibly indulging at he same time la a witty nature's nat ural curiosity. Rocollneting tha time when that same hotel had been lavishly idorued with placards extolling him lelf as "The Grangers' Friand" whlab feat of humor supplies the k-r to Mr. 1).-paw's whole chanictar the presi dent of the New York Central Railway eoinpany uo donbt thought he would in a droll way Gnd out how the west era masses regurd him politically, aud reserve this informatloc for aueh uses hi the future may evolve. Tbi is the clever Yankeeneii of the matter; a ttOM at once practical and entertain ing, yet doing nobody harm. Tho result has certainly beoti per sonally erntifying; for the expressions itdducd touabing this hypothetical candidacy reveal Mr. Dapew'i pouei lion of many broad elements of popu larity. There la not and lias never has been any denial of hia large ability. Wheu President Harrison extended to Mr. Depew a proffer of the aeeretary ibip of state he correctly recognized the diplomatic and aocial rating of this For a New National Air. The leadar of tne West Point ban t, A. A. Clappe, renews the muoh-mooted subject of a nw national air by offer ing to pay $iOO for tha words and mu sic of u song which ahall be to tha people of the Uuitert States every thin r that the Marseillaise ii to tbe citiz-ns of Franc His offar is accomnsnisd by just criticisms of the present so called national airs, which, if not bor rowed bodily from rvirnpen sonroes, are in tho m dn weak and msanitiglcs?. We must except, of course, that ster ling naval hymn, "The Hanner of the Sea," whlah has a IN0BUM and thythin p"C ilUrly adapted to tha pur poses for which it wai compoael, hut which is not elaiined to bs of snfhVis.'it scope lo serve th- c irapr-)hnsi v mis sion of ti.e one palriotio air that vry nation should possess a:.d tint every clt i izen of that nation sun il I know by heart and sing intuitivoiy wniuuvsr patriotically inspired. Wi.ils, therefore, tha need of IttOb an air is freely conceded, It may be fairly doubted whether Uandiiiater Olnppe'i offer of a money pilz will la AM it to be conceived. This sri of small political artifice, deal and dicker, iu which national prinolplis are being diignstlufly subordinated to partis m incompetency', ctional spits and agra rian tumult, Is an uufortutiato period for the composition of patriotio songs. A time of peace in any etsnt is too tame for that divine inspiration which has to be fltnhed along the electric im pulses of a great crisis aud forged hot and glowing in tho fires of national strts. If we aro henceforward to be a nation of perpetuated amity, we shall have doubtless to gut along without any reully good DAtlOlial hymn; but presumably the security of life and property thus nssursd would fully compensate us for any sentimental de ficiency tn haroie muslo NOTfcS OF THE STAGE A new line of Black Silk Grenadines, Printed Japanese Silks from 25 cents upward, Changeable Glace and Taffeta Silks, Plain and Figured Surahs, Black and Colored Satin Sublime, Black and Colored Engadines, Covet Cloth, the latest Wool Novelty, Black and Colored Rayures, Black and Colored Diagonals and Serges, Changeable Brocade Dress Novelties, Black and Colored Broadcloths, Black and Colored Cravanettes. AYLESWORTH'S Meat Market Tho Fir,est In the City The latest improved fur nishings aud apparatus for keeping meat, butter and eggs. i ;3 Wyoming Ave. THE CEI.EBRATFO PIANOS rtttot the Moit Popular and Prrf Leading Arum With the New Valves Out of Sight Our new Hicycies are now to be seen at our 314 Lacka wanna avenue store. VICTORS, J SPALDING, CREDENDA, GENDR0NS, And a full line of Boys' and Girls' Wheels. We are mak- j r I ing extremely low prices on ENAMEL WARE For ONE WEEK we will sell tuamel Waie at tbe following unDr cc-dented price.'-. Tea and Coffee Pots ONE-QT"ArT 40C. Ttvo-gvArn 47c. THREaVQUABl SSc. JCB vt'ART, eoc. Also Dresden and Preserving Kettles, .Sauce Pans Wash Di-be and Ti-a Kettles at equally low prices. 70c. and Pota. GLOBE SHOE STORE Wsrsrooms : Opposits Columbus Monumsnt 20B Washington Av. 8cranton,Pa. Second-hand Wheels. Up to DATE J n WH I IHMU RQfl !I iLLInlliU Vx U !U Reliable Goods One Price Satisfaction Guaranteed t ui 314 La' ka. Ave. CONRAD'S 227 On Tin: east side of tbe SiUMjuebannii river, within a radius of two uiliet from the ceuter of f'ittston borou,fb, reside stifllelsrit p(tMHI to populate and maintain an efliciently govemu I third elass elty. The consolidation of thesi eoinmanltli's nnder on csntraliz 'd au thority is certain to come sonit day. Why not now'; AN instructive ex.imule of what Populism leads to is supplied in tieua tor Prffer't rerun t bill to force the shc rctary of the treasury to isnue f!850. 001), 000 iu Treasury notes, te be loaned to towns, boroutfhg ami counties without lntereat; aud at tbe sums time pro- Lillian Kussell will appear at The Froth iimham iu May Thomas E. Suea, at the Academy this week, ha many warm ivrsmial friends In HTauton, who greeted him enthuslusi ally. James W. Hawkins ha just ri.iiiilele(l a new insy, eniuied, "I lie Miliar King.' Mam ice ilarryinon anil K. J. Henley ari looking for a strong drama in whlrh ti link interests, Henry Uixey is to play a long engage mem in "wmis at ralmet's tlii-Bter in New lork, beginning in June. James J. dirbett Ib making more money wiin ins variety BOnpaDf tliau any OM tragedian p the country, now that. Irving li'l I urte I Frederick Ward ims parthMtd Beat wny ' .nrieiorrs iiay, " l lni Mon's iMniitb, Whlrh he has been actiug for aoveral ea- sons. Seymour Hess, lending man of tlie".)ane Company, fell on the etago of the Aeaih illy of Music in Jersey City last week and se verely injured l is kne v Me will not be able to resume hia part for some days. francls WIImb'I hew npera, the music of which l by JakobowekJ. and tbe book bv J, Cbeever Goodwin, win ho produoed under dliection of ltli.hr.rd Barker at Abbey's llieatai next lall. Its ICOnM are laid iu Hesse and France. Mine, ffoajwkk'e sesayi and sketches, OOQtrlbttted t'y her to VArlOUl magazines, are t' he BttbllsUed in DOOM fOI Bj lie Wolf Hopper will mnke kliprodUO" tloa of "Or symai ' at tbe Broad way thea ter on Hept U Edna Wnllere Hopptt und Jenule Uoldthweite will be In the cast. Ji'lla Pol Is the star next aensou in "' 'larette," a llgbl npera frnni the UoUdofl stage. Nat. Hath n to mauug" her. S!ie will appear In military common John Drew, in "The Huttetdles.'' ati peari to have no didlcultv in lining pal. iner's theatre at evi i y rloi malice. The play Is now In its third mouth, and the audiences am ns well pleased as wheu it wns first produced. Beorge Tbetoner win appenr In Anew iniisiciil roinedy In Pratt a liuinont next lemon. The hcuiius are lull) in New York, and the name will hn "About Holhaiii ' The oonptny win Include a bevjf of the bust alugiiig and dancing pouorettes in the profession. Oilm ! ' Rlob Ilaivsit. MwsxfsfplUfl Bscoret. There never wasa govornornf North Car olina whocoulil uioiedi'ligliliiilly entertain the governor of South Carolina), or, for that matter, any man or woman who Mail witbiu ear snot of his natal parionallti than the lulu Senator Vance. He could tell a atory ao that the tllllOB was morn tluiu tho tale; mid he was as lull of ahac flotee ns I boaeyoomb i toil of boney, Heatli uiade sad worlc last week amn'ig ur I distinguished OltllsBS. MOator l ain e, David Dodly Weld und QeBeral Blooan all went togotheron the inevitable journey. A Typical American C 09 us. Fiootihy Ittm. Philip D. Armour, Chicago's richest citi MO, 1h perhuiis the greatest trader In the World, lie is also one ot the greatest nanafaotnrara in this or any eonoTry, in this Capacity lloai be employs ia,l)00 tier enus, pays .t),O0l),(ICO cr T,0un,U00 yearly lu NECKWEAR STOCK BOWS, REVERSIBLE 4-IN-HANDS, WHITE LAWN STOCK TIES AND BOWS, Somathing Now for FULL DRESS. FINE ENGRAVING Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Lackawanna Avenue EVANS & POWELL, Proprietors Dr. Hill Son CONWAY Albany Dentists HOUSE FASHIONABLE MILLINERY I BN K I S ,v MORRIS, for mi rly with '' I '"id .Tones, iliaplav a 1 11 rife anil wellMlected itook of Fuljlonabti Bprlng Styles in Millinery. Bipeolnl attention niven to Artistic TritntuliiK. Menus and Dinner Cards, Reynolds Bros. ?ft teeth, fcVJfl: bt sets . for fOA caw and teeth WWKMl rlatee oalle.i crown and bridge work, oall to: prices and referereas TONAbyUL, tor ritraetlnt tlo. No ether. No fv leetb witbov.t OVKK HKST KATIOMA1 BANK Scientific Eye Testing Free .ti tationers rnd t nr r v -r -r LACKAWANNA A B 406 SPRUCE RUV TO m il STREET 1 BANK. Wo ate oflbfing :t "1W edition of tha Book of Common Prayor, well bound In oloth, Two Copies for 16c. Single Copies, 13c. By Dr. Shimber-g, The Sjo.-lallat on tlia Ey. Ucadachet ar 1 Nrvousnn nlleTSd. Ltot and Improvsd Styl ot Kya (Jla and Sp. Uclca at the LoWat lric. Ut Artificial tyas Inaertsd for V SOS SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poet Offlc. ir; ? aal III FUNS BS1 K On the American Plan. craatea newtt aadaeeteaalafad hotel. NOW Ol EN TO THE Pl'BLh'. Uiatrd bj Mi-am. 1 Irctilo Bella BatU lulou li S.k'i. Lavgi Well" Llshteil ami Mrr Hoouit. Beetftktag Cooipi. Li mi Mooaaai mmoTEmtXT Of .-f os apond flor Oood aaapls rooui attacbl. P. J. CONWAV, Prop. iillllllllHHIIIIIHtMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII GUERNSEY BROS DO YOU REQUIRE ACCURATE S Will remove about April rst to 22h Wyoming Ave-, TIME ' 1 , r n y" t i , - i a n i ai r nue (V. M. U A. liuildinjr), with a lull line ot Pianos and Organs At Wholesale and Retail, on easv monthly payments, pay to wait lor them, wk. RAVE ir. I i It will iiiili$,1llllinliHil, I EDWIN G. LLOYD4 08 Lack Ave. ASK YOUR GROCER AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH V s" TTT TTV vj DELICIOUS, MILD 8UOA.Il OUIIED ABSOLUTELY 1X7X113 HAMS. LARD. EVERY HAM AND RAIL. OF LARD BRANDED. TOT?ETSTLIKD THE ST0WERS PACKING CO., SCR ANTON, PA CEED POTATOES - ALL BEST VARlCTIfie ONION SETS Ami nil kiuds GARDEX SEEDS in bulk anil iu pack- Pierce's Market H E M M AVE.