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THE BURLINGTON, VT., F11EEP11ESS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 188G.-TWKLTB PAGES.
NEWSPAPER MEN SAY THEY GOT THE
FACTS FROM DEMENT.
Demmit l'liroil hy tlio lluimrlum to Whom
ho linil ToM this I'lH t'i in Tliuy Stilt
ed Tliem U'IiInpitIiiki A;iilnnt
Vasiiinuton, Fob. 1, This Semite com
mlttuo to-ilny liunnl tlie newspaper corre.s
poudtmU wliotck'Kraphed interviews with
Surveyor-Oencml Dement. Messrs. .1.
Corwinnnd 0. W. Hiiin, uorrespoiuU'iits,
respectively of tlmClilcngoTlmesund Now
York World, testllled that they separately
had Ioiik coulldontlal Interviews, and that
every material statement In their de
spatches was made upon Dement s
authority. Among them wcro state
ments to the elleet that sen
ators land members of Co duress had been
bribed by Mormons, and that hlli
Federal ollleials were Implicated In exten
sive (land frauds. Huln took notes from
Demerit's dictation. The correspondents
of the Chicago 'limes and New York
World corroborated Mr. Corwtii's state
ments. William K. Curtis correspondent
of the Chicago Inter-Ocean te-tlllert he
had received tlio material for his article
trom (.'onvin, who told him that the prom
inent Western senator whom Dement was
reported to have said received f&i.txiu
from the Mormons, was Mr. Teller.
Dement was not present. Ho had been
formally notilled that this hearing was to
take place, and had replied he did not
care to attend. .Senator Teller was pres
ent and by inquiries drew out avowals
with respect to the use of his own name.
Dement when before ihe committee yes
terday declared lie not only did not make
the statement but had no inlormatlon
leading to the belief that the thing alleged
Doings of n Duy in the National Senate
Wasiii.vgtox, Fob. 8. Among the meas
ures favorably reported from the Senate
committees and placed on the calendar
were: By Hoar a bill llxlng the time
for the meeting of Congress in 1SS7, and
every second year thereafter, on the llrst
Monday In October, and in isso, and every
second year thereafter, on the second
Monday of November. Cameron this
morning introduced a bill for building up
the merchant marine. It proposes to pay
as subsidy to American sailing ships for
each 100 tons measurement 4 and -1-10
cents a mile, traversed by them on such
voyage, on condition of their carrying the
As to the exchanging of silver certifi
cates tor silver dollars, .Sherman thought
it proper that the exchange should be
made by the treasury, as banks did not
ordinarily have accoiuaiod itions for keep
ing large masses of silver dollars. If
banks were compelled thus to hoard them
it would bring discredit on those coins, it
should bo tlie right oi a grocery man or
any citi.en to go to the suu-tieasury and
depoist his silver dollars there and get a
silver certificate. It was not the right of
the government to refiic to give the ac
commodation. Morrill -Can he ask for their "reasons"
if they lelnse ? ll.aughter.J
Sherman That question of "rea-ons"
does not arise here. We can call for tlie
reason ot any olllcial act. The real ques
tion Is, we cannot call on tlie president for
the reason why lie removed a
person. I believe that no senator
denies that the .Senate is a legislative
body can call lor the reason for any act of
the executive department. When the
question wis raised during Hayes's ad
ministration, President Hayes did what
President Cleveland has (lone. He s tld
th it as a co-ordinate branch of the gov
ernment, he was not to give his reasons
tor an oilicul act. 1 think that is right,
but tl'iit we have a right to seek informa
tion ot any department ot the government.
We do not claim to exercNo any power
whatever over tlie discretion of the presi
dent. At the same time we should be
to the president always courteous.
Pngli Do you believe the senate has a
right to call on the president for the facts
on which he acted in making suspen
Sherman If that information is on the
tile it is his dut to furnish it.
Pugh Have j on a right to make this
call on the president for such informa
tion lo enable the Senate to review his
actions on making removal ?
Sliernian It is not a question what we
lmvo a right to review, out what informa
tion we nave a right to get trom the ex
ecutive department. We are executive
ollleials, because we participate to a great
extent with the president. No appointment
can be made except by and wall the con
sent of the Senate.
At 0 o'clock tlie Senate adjourned.
doings ov Tin: nousi:.
Illlls Kenorteil anil Discussion of tlio
Washington", Feb. S. In the House to
day Drown of Connecticut introduced a
bill relating to the coinage of silver dollars
aud the issuing of certificates thereon, and
on silver bullion and providing for the
depositing of the same as security for Na
tloual bank circulation. DockeryofMis
Bouri reported adversely the joint rcsolu
tion abolishing all mileage fees and nu
thorizing each member of Congress to em
ploy a clerk. The House at 4:10 went into
u committee of the whole on the half-
gallon liquor tax bill. Weaver of Iowa
took the floor with a speech upon the Ilium
cial duestlon and an attack iiiiou the Na
tloual banking sy-lein. He said there
were four things relating tolluance which
this Congress must enact llrst, it must
provide for the unrestricted coinage of
American suver; second, a law must lie
passed for the issue of treasury notes to
take the place of bank notes; third, a largo
nortion of mirtilus in the treasiirv must be
jiaid out, in liquidation of the interest
bearing pumto eieut : lourtu. It must for
bid bv law any further discrimination
aguliiBt silver coin. Adjourned at u:l!
OPEN HHHATK HK8SIONS.
KrfmumU ami Harris Against thorn,
WicmwfiTnf. Feb. 8. Senator Plntr. nf
Connecticut is receiving a great deal of
credit for his efforts to have the Senate
opens its doors where presidential nomlna-
llntii urn onnalllnrPli. It IS IlOt CXDeCted.
however, that the proposition will meet
with sufllclent favor to carry It through.
Indeed it Is doubtful if the- doors will ever
be opened for the consideration oi execu
tlvo business so long as the present recog
-.1 i in,..inMi nf tlm Kpnito. Messrs. Fil
munds and Harris are members of that
body. During the i-oriy-eigiun ivoiigiras,
the last-named gentleman threatened to
t ii. ..i frnm tin. nrpai L'nllnrv of tlin
nave uaih-huu ..... (..v.... j -
Senate all correspondents who persisted
in helming uj men win i'"" " "y
prOCeOlllIlgS Ol I'MIUIUHU rvmiuiu, "'"i
when asked by a representative of the
press what ho would do were he n corre
spondent and the matter was demanded
In lilo ,.i(i.,.Hii.H ..nl, Iwinnmn VjtrlF Infllir
mint, anil replied sharply that it mattered
.1.... 1. . 1. ....... .n.l.rtilt.'u
business what the Senate did in executive
session, and unless the publications wcro
stopped the Senate would at least be jitstl
lied in clearing from the gallery all those
who were responsible for the matter fur
nished. Tliet-u is unquestionably ti growing opin
ion that it is ttme to open'tbe doors, ex
cept perhaps during the consideration of
important treaties Willi torcign govern
iiierts, and this lact Is thoroughly real
ized bv iii'inv senators, tiennml l.otran Is
heaitny In favor of open sessions, as are
also Senators Frye, Aldrich, Van Wyck
and others, but the indications are that
tlie influences ol tlie leaders win prevail.
Law that Wnulif llnnilt Collrgen unit
Washington, Feb. 8. Aii attempt Is to
be made to secure the passage of a law
modifying the rates of postage to such an
extent that all annual catalogues and re
ports of colleges and other Institutions of
learning, and all annual proceedings and
reports of missionary and benevolent as
sociations, be placed on the list of matter
that may be mailed at pound rates. These
documents, as the law now stands, are
sent at the rate of one cent for each two
ounces or fraction thereof. A missionary
society or college Issuing '.'ODD copies of a
catalogue or report has to pay, In case
eacli copy of said report Weighs two and a
nan ounces, just sin postage, in ease the
lioiind rate can be extended to cover this
matter, the co-t would be sli.'iV It is
urged that colleges and missionary socie
ties are supported entirely by gifts, and It
is proper that they should be iierinitled lo
disseminate their Information as cheaply
as newspapers unit periodicals are circu
lated. The matter willb' considered bv
the committee on ' pustolllccs and post
Sim rlsnn's Turin Srlintne,
WasiiimitoN, Feb. A member of the
House coinage committee says this even
ing that he thinks the silver discussion
will be held back until after Morrison has
tried to pass his tariff bill. Morrison
thinks he can unite the Democrats on his
tariff scheme, nnd he does not wish them
stirred up on the silver question unTil
after his great bill is salely through. He
nopes 10 nave it ready lo put m the iiouso
this week. McKinley of Ohio, one of the
Henttbliean leaders in thewavsand means
committee, says to-night that he does not
think that itandall and his following will
support the Morrison plan, but Morrison
oiiMKs uiej win. iiaimaii says inai ne is
favorable to some tariff reform, but does
not yet indicate how far he is willing to
go. It Is practically agreed in the coinage
committee that the bill to redeem the
trade dollars shall be favorably reported
as a sop to the silver men.
.Meeting of the Sui erl l'rntestitut Itcllf;-
Ions Dt'iiouilMutlonH for 31 n( mil Talk.
PlTTsriEM), Mass., Feb. 4. The execu
tive committee of the American congress
of churches hold a meeting here to-day to
plan for the next meeting of the congress.
Circulars were sent out some time ago
asking topics for discussion and for the
selection of a city whore the next meeting
may be hold. Three hundred replies were
received fiom prominent divines, among
them being Dev. Henry Ward Heecher,
Hi-hop l'otter, Thomas K. Heecher and
Dr. Pentacost. Heliresentatlvu men nf all
denominations wrote responses, suggested
mpics aim expressed an interest In, and
good wishes tor, tills church unity move
ment. New Haven. Boston. Albany. Phil
adelphia, and Indianapolis were nominat
ed as the place lor holding tlie congress.
No decision was made, but some Western
city will probably be chosen.
A New Collin for rreslileut (.urllultl'H Re
main. Ci.evixand, Feb. 7. When the remains
of the lato President Garlleld were placed
in tlie vault at Dakoviow cemetery, on
October (, 1 SSI , they were encased in an
elegant bronze casket, which was at the
time supposed to be proof against the rav
ages of time. This proved to be a mis
taken idea. Four years' exposure to the
open air has left marked traces of decay
upon the beautiful burial case, and some
months ago it was decided bv the widow
and family of the late president;to have the
remains transferred ton colli u that thimigh
its uiimlstal-alilo stability, wounl set at
rest all fears as to the preservation ot l he
dead president. A llrm of undertakers ot
this cit. were given thelcontract for the
new collm, or sarcophagus, which arrived
at their establishment vestenlav. It is
perhaps, the most durable casket o'ver con
structed in America, and is a marvel of
A Hluh Tramp
HtWTlN'dToN-, D. I., Fob. S. A man, ap
parently n tramp, who gave his name as
John lloyen, and having no homo, was
found yesterday in a barn on the premises
of John Holman, near here, with Ins
hands and feet badly frozen. Justice
Hondiicksoii committed him to the Suf
folk almshouse. While searching him
the constable found several bank books In
his clothing which showed that Hoyen
had a deposit in several banks of about
flO.OOO. Some cash was also found, but
Uoyen retueil to allow any ot It to be
spent for food or drink. The authorities
will endeavor to recover the cost of Hoy
en's keeping while ho may be in the
almshouse from one of tlie batiks where
his money is deposited.
J'rom Our Wuntiirii Compeer.
St. P.u-i., Minn., Feb. 8. The weather
remains very mild, and the thermometer is
now about IK). The sun yesterday and to
day destroyed all the Ice statues and
honeycombed into the ice palace. The
carnival association announces its deter
mination to complete the programme, but
witli the toboggan slides bare of ice, the
skating rinks pools of water and the
streets muddy, the prospect Is shady.
The St. (Jeorge's club of Winnipeg, cap
tured all the prizes in the amateur events
at the snow.shoe races on Saturday, and
also won the baseball match on snowshoes
with the.St. Paul St. (leorgo's.
i:iilii(lnr'H l'reildont Mohuori,
GrAYAfjru,, Feb. 8. Senor Don M. P.
Coauiauo, president of Kcuador, was at
tacked on Saturday night at Yayauaabla
aud one of hlsaideskllled. Senor Co-iiuano
mndu his escape to liiiayqull where ho is
closely guarded by his adherents. On ar
riving in this city, a disturbance occurred
with some of his political opponents.
During the melee the chief of pollco anil
three others were killed and several per
Mnn Sleeting of .Miners.
PiTTsnuitu, Feb. 8. After leaving llrad
ford the strikers marched quietly to
Scottdalo. There were at least liOOO people
at the mooting held with a viow (o show
ing the operators that the backbone of the
strike was not broken. Hut few men are
working. They decided to continue the
struggle. The men have dispersed and no
trouble has been reported.
"First diss In iililiievlatloiH, htanil up: put
your toes to that line mi. I told your Imiuls !
hlml you. Now then, wlmt does A. II. (;. 1'. M.
Btiuiif for ."
"Aiiieiiciina Iluy Ciu.Kiiv.C'o-LeouNP For
"ltlb'lit; all of you go to the heail,"
JUST AS BAD AS PAINTED.
Widespread Commotion Caused by the
Terrible Confession of a Physician.
The story published In these columns recent
ly, from the UocliesMcr, N, V., Demntrixl and
Cmiulffct ereateil a deal of comment here as
It has cle.vticre. Appaicatly It caused even
more commotion In Koeticster, us the follow
ing from the came paper shows:
Dr. .1.11. Ilunloii. who Is well-known not
only In lloeliester, hut In nearly eery pnt of
America, feat nil extended article to this pa
per a lew (liiysiiKo which wiisilnly published,
iletnllunr his rcmurkahle expei fence and res
cue trom wlmt seemed to he certain death. It
would ho Itnposslhlc to enumerate tlie per
s mil Inquiries which have been iniide at our
olllce as to the validity of the article, hut
they have been so numerous that furth
er Investigation f the subject was deemed
With this end In view ii representative ot this
paper called on Dr. llenion at his residence on
Andrews street, when tlio following interview
occurred: "That article of yours, Doctor,
miser men (pine a wiuriwinn Are tiiesiaie
meuts about tlio terrible condition you wero
In, ami the nny sou were lescuod, such as
"livery one ot them nnd tiiuiiy additional
ones. I win hmiiKlit-o low bv uetflectltii? the
in si iuiu mosi sinip'o symptom", i nm noi
think 1 was sick. Ills truo I had lreipient
headaches : lelt tiled must of (he time : eoiild
eat nollilnir one ilnj and was ravenous the
next ; tell dull pains tu.il my stomach was
out of order, but I did not think It im ant, miy
thhnr sciioiis. Tin- medics! profession has
Injun Ireiituiif sjiupionm insteinl ol ihsea-e
for ye.n-s, and it I-hltih lime it ceased. The
symptoms' I have .lint mentioned or any un
usual mci ion or Ii Hint Ion oi (lie water chan
nels indicate thr. alinto'ieli ot kl.lnev dNeitse
mote (huu it eolith announces the coming ot
coiHumptiou. 'Aedo hoi 1 1 cut tlie eouirh.
oik irt io neip mo lutnrs we Minimi Jiot
waste our time Irvlmr lo relieve the hundiielie
p.unsiibout the body or other symptoms, but
go directly to Ihe kiduejs, the souice of modt
of these ailments."
"Tlii', then, is what , von meant when you
said that mine than one-lmll the deaths which
occur ailse trom llriKht's disease, is it Doe-
'Precisely. Thousands nf ills.s we- lire tor
turing people to-duv, which in reality are
iiriliiu s disease lusoine ot Its mam loiin-. It
is a ludra headed monster, mid the sliL'hest
symptoms should strike terror to every one
wnu mis inem. i etui iook ohck ami recall
hliudicds ol dentil which nhvsienius dr-.chircd
ntthe tlmo weio utilised by paralysis, ap
oplexy, heart disease, pneumonia, malarial
fever and other common complaints, which 1
see now were cutised by llriglu's disease."
"And ilid all these cases have pimple symp
toms at first?"
"Kiery one of them and might have been
cured as I was by the timely use of the jaine
remedy, i am getting my eyes inorougiuy
opened In thlsiniitter uuil think 1 am helping
others to fee tlio fuels nnd their possible dnn-
Mr. Warner, who whs visited at his estab
lishment on North tit. l'aul street, spoke very
"It is true that Ilrlght's disease had increas
ed wondei fully, nnd we llnd, by reliable
statistics that I mm 'TU to Vi), ltn irrowtli was
over U.'id per cent, book at the prominent
men it has curried dir. and Is taking olT e ery
j cur, tor while many are dying apparently ol
paraljsisand apoplexy, they uru really vic
tims ol kidney disorder, which causes lieai t
disease, paralysis, apoplexy, etc. Nearly every
neek the papers leeord the death ot home
Pi onuuent man from tins sconige. lteemtly
however, the lacie.;se has been checked and I
attribute this to the general Use ot mv rem
edy." "Do you thlii't many people lire alllietcd
with it to day who do not realise it V"
"A piomluoni protessor in a New Orleans
medical college was lecturing belore his class
on the subject uf Origin's disease. He hud
various Munis under niieioseopie analysis and
was showing the students what the indications
of this terrible malady were. 'And now,
gentlemen. ' hu said, 'aswehaveseen the un
healthy indications 1 will sh w ju how it ap
pears in a stale of perfect health.'lnnd he sub
mitted his own tluid to tlio usual test. As hu
watched the results his countenunee suddenly
cluuiffcd his color and ("iniinnud both lelt
him und In a tieuibllng voice hesnid . (ieiitle
men, I have made a painful discovery ; have
llnght's disease of the kidneys.' And in less
than a year he was dead. The slighles' indi
cations ot any kidney difficulty should be
enough to strike tei ror to nny one."
"You know ot lir llenion's case V"
"Yes 1 have both read and heard ol it."
"It is very wonderful, is It not ':"
"No moreso thuii a grout many othera lliat
have come to my notice as having been cured
by the same means."
You behove then that llnght's di-eu-e can
be enred "
"I know It can. I know it f'oui luvownand
the experience of thousands ot prominent
persons wiio were given up to die oy tioin
their nlivsieiuns ami ti-iouils."
"You speak ol your own experience; what
"A fearful one. I hud felt languid nnd int
uited lor business for veurs. Hut I did not
know wlmt iilled me. When, however. 1 found
it was kidney difficulty 1 thought theie wu
nine nnpu nun so did tlie doctors, i nnvu
since lo.irned that one ol the nlivsleitius of
this city pointed meout to a gentleman on the
stretoue day, saying : 'There goes a man
who will be (lend within a year.' I believe
his words would have pi o Veil true if I lin.il
not prn inenn.iii.v ns n me remedy now
known as Warner's Safe Cure."
"Did y on niiike u chemical ill aiysis of the
etiseoIJIr.ll.il. Warner some tlnee yers
iiko, nocior ; was hikcu nr. .. i.aitunor,
one of the analysts of the state board of health.
"What aid tins anal) sis show y u?"
"A serious disease of the kidney s "
"Did you think Mr. Winner could recover?'
"X i. sir. 1 did not think it possible."
"Do you know any thing about tlie remedy
which cured him V"
"I have chemically analyzed it and find it
pine nun Harmless."
Dr. llenion was cured Art utar ayo and
i urll nnd attending to his professional du ios
to-day, in this city. 'I he standing ot lir. llen
ion, Mr Warner uud Dr. l.attnnore in the
community Is oejoud question, and stuto-
menls they make cannot lor a moment be
doubled. Dr. llenion s experience slums
thai Height's disease of the kidneys is one of
me uiuii iieee, live nun uti gerous oi till ills
eases, that it is exceedingly common, hut
nun ii can lie cured it taken m time.
Cleanses the Head
tlnn. Ileuls Sores.
Itrstores the Sim
AOs of Ia4t, Hear
ing & Smell. A
Quick Keller. A
CREW B LM HAY-FEVER
has gained an enviable reputation, displacing
an uiiii-i iMi'i'iiuumiis. ,i puriicie is .ippucd
Into eneh nostril : no pain: agreeable ioiiko.
Price MV, by mull or it t druggists. Send; for
i.i, i niiii i iir.ii.hi'ruggiss, iiwe
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Read This CareMly.
The following letler frniu a well. If ,w.iir
Western lady explnlus itself and is worthy of
careful reading :
"I wish to say to the sick and those that are
feeblu and weak from nny cause whutuvor,
that In all the vocabulary of medicines they
will find the most virtue nnd tho greatest ben
cllt from Parker's Tonic, I havo been an In
valid for tlvo or six yearn past, nnd given up
to die by the most skllitu! phvslrdiins of Kan
nan nnd Colorado, but Parker's Toulo has kept
mo alive, and raised ine up after eTCrytliing
else failed. I lmvo organic heart rfUease,
combined with spinal and great nervous de
bility, and have cold sinking spells with no
pulse, nnd the only medicine thnt will bring
on a reaction Is Parker's Tonic. 1 liuvo never
known it to fall In ciiilng a cold if taken in
time, and It will relieve pain quicker than
anyiemedyl havo ever tried. I send you
this beeaue 1 would like for others to know
how much t-ood it has done me. It Is Just us
good for chlldien. Try It uud be convinced."
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Sold by nil Druggists in large bottles at Ono
Dollar. ai.M.'i hi wlm, nrm
LYMAN & ALLEN'S
The finest line of hand
some UiMUROI DEN
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Also, a line of medium
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er than usually asked
Our sale of
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Closes Wednesday p. in.
The mott c.vfcnsirc uud nuccrss
f'ul on record.
Open This ffloiiiay Morning
Some ent ircly new styles in
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Lyman & Allen's.
Undertaker and Maimer,
I In vi live 1'icii hurni'il nut nf Whi-olr's Iliuck,
Inn rciniivcd to
Next tu Opi'ru lliuiM', ulii'io Ik.' litis u linn,
t'lci lino in Ciilliiis, i ;iskci. I.ininvs ir Itnlics.
Tnuni. inif the p.c lie '.nrthi'lr piitriwiinn in
tllf pllst, I ICSiCCllll.U Mllll'lt II I'llllt lIllilllK'l.'
(it tliu miiiu;.
Jtcsidviiev Kit JSauk Street.
P I"? t
thu MimUr fftTorit for iiimhir
thrt ImJr, lliioriii.(r cwlur .lun
era), nrti reT-ntin linndrutT
lb clrAnn the scftlp, Hops th
h&lr fallinsr, and Ix nr to jjlcaxe.
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TRUTHS FOR THE SICK.
For ttuisit ilcnttily
1.000 will Iju li'llil
I'll tin Hrrritiis) will
t M 111 enrn you.
1 Mill biillcr Willi
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H'tMPl?; it po, ubi
6el)Iooii when you ter
it will euro you.
ifw linpurulcs liuriit
Fnethroucu tho ekln
ftn rimnleu. IIlotchOB.
closuly conflneil In
tho nulls nnil work-
nnd Sores. Itcly on
not nrocurc stifllclont
inn ncaiui win fol
oxcrcisc, anil nil who
reconUncI In doom.
lllOUId USO KUU'IIUIH
will euro Liver Com
not tlicn bo weak and
plaint. Don't Ik? ills-
If villi do lint wlftli
to bu irer f rom 1 tlieum
wilt build you up and
Imako voo gtronirand
atlsm, uso a liottlo of
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It never falls tornro.
Don't liu without a
bottle. Try It; you
will not recrrt it.
will mako your blood
pure, rich and utrons,
.mi your ncHu narui
I, aille lu iU'Iic.'Ui'
health, who are all
run down, tdiouM use1
Try SuuMU it ltir.
TKIIH In.nlcht. anil
von win Bleep well
inn icci nrner ror It.
Do vou want tlio hi'st MlMUvil Work iiihiui,..,!'
Pond 3 UH'ent fctnmpn to A. 1'. OiiKWAvVt t'u.,
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Japanese Paper Napkins,
ii L'ftita nor 101, Silltnblo for Sociotle", I'cstl
Free Press Association,
I iJoon fo
Percy's Groat Eeductioii in Prices
Overcoats and Underwear is a Boon
to all in need of Clothing.
UavilliT llliMll' ll I lionmull CXlllllill.-lt ion of nnr slnclr we linil nup.
stslvcs overstocked, oiling to tlie.
ririr r nitnuiu oi) as mtieli ol t.lus stock us possible hei'ore inven
tory, we have made discounts in prices riiiiiii'; from ten to thirty
per cent. This is a bona lide reduction and the bargains it covers
cannot lail to result in qii iek sales.
In addif ion to t he slaitjjht erin,- low prices we name
CNLIQHTENINQ THE BOYS.
j rr IV ttillllllDURl
feC . Charm
AW. call special attention to our lino assortment
Canadian Tuques and Sashes.
A. N. PERCY & CO.
Our .store ir iff bv closed every evening, except Jlondui and Sat
urday, at (i o'clock.
Yon Plight to Bet Tliem To-day !
YOUR WINTER OVERCOAT
FOR SEVERAL REASONS.
THE WEATHER DEMANDS IT
And you can save money by "getting them to-day at
THE BLUE STORE
:WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
Youth's Overcoats !
SMITH & HUMPHREY,
HOAVAltD OPI5KA HOUSE,
The Bine Store - 85 Clinrch Street.
GREAT ASSIGNEE SALE
i " T
lloliiit the entire HikA if Ihe late firm cf J. A. 110SS A CO.. 1 ""1 17 Hock Square, llonton, Jlnss. This
t..(k Inctiutea ncrv hrire uiorlniciit or llltKKCI.I.O.l)INl 1IOI III. II !1'S, ciado tiy Scott,
(irrentr, IMrltr.Colt. Ilirrinjttnd- liuharJion, iloort, llonhtll, lhmi,lk '!i, mul many oihcr well-known
iiinnului tur r- .l ft m 't c itiijili in imortinonl of 1C1 1'l.KS, made hr II m r"T. Cell, lirminot n,
IIVjwui. mul other st.imlanl maki rs Tl.ln dock alio Include! IIIIVOI.VI.KS, Allt l'JSTOI.S, AlU
1111 I. CS, niulullllir i;rai'lu rii.ilii nicetsur)' for a iporuinan outflu
GET THE CATALOGUE, NO SUCH OFFER EVER MADE.
Tiinsi: 0000s must nr. oi.osnn out at onci:, nmi
Tholr'iitci.t lliiruuliiHiirii I'nr Uiiikii who oiinii llrrl. A lull il
clock iniili-il tu any ikIcIiob, 011 rcivliil or 11 !-. In tiniini.
iii:n.i. stakks, hi mui it
a w ifli Liglit Purses.
iini'avoralilc weather. With a
With every ensh sale of $12.00
We make this present as an in
centive to purchase reliable
clothing on which we loso
money rather than curry over to
HOYS' SUITS !
(SUNS, IM FJ.ES, Itr.YOljYtiltti,
TACKLE, uuil SI'OKTINtf
(100DS of every ileseriiilion.
of r HU
Duck Si., Iitihtun, Muss.