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lOCPDBLlO, FRIDAY EVEJSLKTG. DECEMBER 1G. 1887. '
: be sold before our Removal after the Holidays.
our Tea, Dinner
Hone dozen Rogers' Silver Knives and Forks,
"V Triple-plated goods.
China Department, at either store.
W. PAYNTER & CO.,
93 West Main and
Ill ii I I UnTm proren In millions ol
termor than a quarter of a century.
i bv warn arias wi mc im iu -toceat.Pant.Mot
MB oaiy tsaaina rwu uw
,sv Aataonuv. Lime or Alum, bold
1 BAKING POWDER CO..
llarivTvn RrMn. .mn.n nr men
W Maltal la each leadlnc etty. to control
ajaac twaeataoitsnea specutmes umw
aslbr all leadlnc business Interests A
Spolr LarcecroflU- Critical tnvestlga
JSitrrt. Jvddress.J.H.M Co.. Opera
"JBfAKXU Sserynody In Clark
Bennett, undertaker and
baa sold out on Fisher street and
eat Scsjwesi iiain street, mu
tAfnrnuii funeral and hurl! sun
a the aberteat possible notlre. 'nce
araod stent. Stft-lm
WAXTKD-Byayoungladr of experience.
syrltM a eood, plain band . to do wrl t-
ai aaHlllH Anaress ji.b.mwuu -
tBV.WVWfS ... AwavlBndf1 hnAL L.nPr IO
Wii. i.Aij.ut and retail houses for
isjsaltpenaaoio lexiun.; tram st vu .- .
raauti. wmunr rcms.r .u.
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party. Address, uus. xiyi. j
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faUsTlS Ladlea to work on our '""V
as tor me o"ni r""" .;
r)taae. Foil particular free. Ad
Hat JlaautacuirHu: Co, 43 and tj fcliot
-AXTID All kinds of clothe srrlnceri to
aassair: emiled for and delivered; orders
Vntamptly attended to. r.X.3Hi:er.
P -WT Two moms anltable for llcUt
fcassjakecplac. 1st west Jefferson atreet
?stan iVT F..ni- rnnms. all down stairs
lTMu mud wife Dref erred. Hem ib. ani
am jtortn street.
a very desirable, nicely.
tarnlsbed front rvm, suitable lor one or
paaiiialliiiiii n at I4i poutn jiarsri wn.,wi
! pwmiici in "i .. " " " .
Moseirr . ..& .&.(. T.h.v.nv aV.vi.9r
lcSf 1 old ana an abundant milker. Inquire at
Uetgers. rerncun avenue. n
kVfL'.BS SAL Farm Forty aeresof cood nui
el a: vooai oarn. aouse oi i4i iwu... ."'
ait Vmlldlnxa- A never fallinc well ol water
stM six miles aouin oi rprjnK.;ei ii'm
B oatbe premises of 0 ILl-unsttta .mt
ESSk FOR SAi E OR TRADE
' sskflR Kal.KdK TIH1IK Ten acres of eood
fneoad bottom laqd. cood frame house of 6
isann small tenement nouse. iwr ujia
Svtu tvjik Inr rtlw nnwrtv.nr aril lor cash
ikWMi no. i Ufonaa uanx cciiaias.
- V. 1 Isiiillink hulldlni. Cenrce
MONEY TO LOAs.
IfOKKT TO I)AX In sums to suit, on first
Jsl avvnrtCage and eood commercial psper
see ua. Kooru o- l. uutoaaa wiu
. George H.Coles X boa.
FINE CUT ANT3 HITJO
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DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
. Iti New Designs, consisting of Fancy Plates and Dinner Sets and Pepper and Salt
Boxes, Napkin Rings; Ladies' Gold Watches and Chains. Any of these will mike a
Pretty Present for Christmas. My line of Goods in EVERY DEPARTMENT IS
-- MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN EVER BEFORE, and are to be seen at
MINING IS THE BEST TIME
and Supper Sets.
Candy to customers in our
40 South Market Street.
ADVOCATES OF AQUA.
Keenlar MeetlOB at the 1'rohlbitlon Club
The regular weekly meeting of the prohi
bition club lat (Thurxlaj) evening as
well altc!idoI,not itlitaml ng the weather.
Mr. John Uieu reail an iutere-tin$ pajwr on
acomenicnUj ainb'Kuous topic relating to
prohibition, anil addre-.-.es were made b J.
. Nelson, t!. V. Crowelt and David Coinp
lim. All of tliein aureed ii)hiii the jKiuit
that the it is coiiiini:. 1'iesident Colvin
pae a brief reMime of the leadlnc eents
that hae occurred iu the United States of
late of Interest to prohibitionists. The
meetini; then adjourned until tlie tirst
Thursda) exenini; in Januar. as no uieet-
iiiK will be held during the holida.
Willie, the two-years and nine-months
old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ferguson,
who reside at tlie corner of Foster and Coi
umb a streets, died at 1115 o'cIock last
nicht of diphtheria. The funeral occurred
this afternoon at V, o'clock. Another child
of Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson is 111 of the same
disease and is not expected to lUe.
Forcol tli llata.
About half-past set en o'clock last e en
Ing, Officers Mast and Greanej found sever
al InLs hanging in front of Souaer's millin
ery store, on Limestone street The store
was closed and the hats bad evidently been
foitrotten. The officers placed the hats In
Sulli an's for safe keeping and they were
returned tills morning.
llrain workers should ne er be without
tlie areat brain In Icorator, Vinegar Bitters.
France hardly gets over Its trouble with
Grevythan something turns up with its
Ltlxtirlmia Ihri.tuiM 1'resents.
Colgate Cashmere Itoquet ierfume Is a
luxurious jet Inexpensive present which
every ladj vill appreciate.
Try Wheldon & Merrill for coal.
CMlfort.ln Excursion, via Ilea Line, De.
Last low-rate excursion via the
tourist mute to California. Tuesday, De
cember 27, ta the Bee Line. Free reclin-
fi- .hlr vts. ta t I ..ml nml TTftnaae Plti
r, inr,a i,,r fmm Vn.it... rift, tn
California. Wasnier palace cars and Pull-
man sleepers for ell who desire these lux-
uiirs. iiimisi ii-M-.san. kini iciuiiiuii;
t. T I... .1.1 ..... I 1
fnr air months nrn.nlnnr if Hwirt
with choice of routes both golne and re-
turnlng. Parties having in ttw a trip to
anj point in the west, are most cordially moitgaged to cover II. C. Layboum's foi
Invitel to join with this party. ., ,1B ln!ll tIlH oM ,! not to disturb
Till, fd tl... tn.t Aall rtt .1... npafant t.w
..,.,..,..,.. ,. u. ...c r.. ,
rates. On and after Januarr 1st the round
trip to California points will b-; advanced!
For full particulars rail on '
G. II. Kmoiit, Agt-
For rates and times of trains, via all
lines, to Pot Hand. Orecon; Taconia, Wash
ington Territory; Duluth, Ashland, and any
IKjmt iii the northwest, write to or call on
jC. I.. Hilleary. ticket agent I. B. i W.
nvuvia, oprijiiiciu, vj.
When a g.rl is little she has a doll baby;
when she grows up she has a dolman.
coke. Xo T;
S. BirtK-r for
hard coal and
' Kouth Maikttstreel
Union Co-operative Coal Co. sellsllock
ing. Jackson and Sunday Creek.
TVT Pk IsJY
FIXE AM MEDIUX I'KICE
If you want to make a presint to
yi.urself or some dear friend, what is
the matter with selecting a Fine Over
coat, made to order, or the goods fur
one? I have a splendid line on hand
and will sell them down to bottom
prices, and guarantee to have them put
up in the best possible stj le. Do not
fall to call at once and see for your
si h es. Ilemember the place.
J. W. PHILLIPS
XO. 39 FAST JtAIV STREET.
& HZa.a.ST lVEITNT STREET.
ARE THINKING OF BUYING A SEAL SKIN
GET BANCROFT'S PRICES ON BEST XXXX ALASKA' SEAL, AND YOU "WELL
THE FANCY FICURES
FINE TOILET SOAPS!
0c a cake or i'-c a hoi.
Cologne Boiiuet Soup,
Sic a cake or 6."c a box.
Wc a rake or 0e a box.
These are Kirk's nneslfc-oaps, and are very
choice we have alio
Kirk Ulvrerlcr ard Hrnrj Sojs.
ircacikeur2."ca box. and are extra nice
These aoana are all drv aod rradx It r use and
Just the snaps for winter. "Ihty alto make a
uiceinrisiinat present, ako. an imiii 01
Colgate s boaps at low est mures, at ur.
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rtakar'sBlMk. MalaltrMt,d Door Wast
Buck'f-Monday eyenin?. lec-19, the
great Scanlau, In his new play.
(lit vm Monday evening, Uec. 19, Xat
Buck's-Tuesday evening. December
20, Gorman's Spectacular Minstrels.
I?ead Paynter A Co.'s ad. at the top of
Miss Mary Campion Is the guest of Ur
Ir. Will Bowpau Is home for the holl-
das. He is bearded like a Hussar.
Mr. B. Von Eisner, of Gorman's mln
strcls. Is rjglstered at fie I.agonda house,
Miss May Book waiter Is improving, and
Is now likely to recover from her severe
siege of tjphoid fever.
Miss Mary E. Lewis, who has been at
tending school at Welleslc) college, Mass.,
is home for a three weeks' holiday vaca
Miss Bertha Falconer and Miss Gussie
Conklin will arrive home next week from
school at Ilolhdaysburg, l'a , to spend the
Willie Snyder, whose father keeps a res
taurant on west Main street, fell w hile play
ing at school ) esterday and broke his arm.
Dr. Kussell attended him.
The young ladies' whist club, organized
recently at the residence of the Misses
Steele, adjourned, last night, the regular
time of meeting, to at ten i the First Pres
byterian bazar In a body.
Judge Young yesterday afternoon dis
posed of the following petit cases: Harry
Wilson, loitering, S and costs; James Gun,
loitering, $5 aml-costs; James. Gun, druuk,
S3 and costs, and Carrie Hilards, disorder
ly, S10 and costs.
The following saloontsts piid their tax
under the Dow law today, semi annual set
tlement: Mrs. P. Cooncy, S100; Mrs. John
Cooney, SlOO; John O'Connor, S100; Philip
Schmidt, SlOO; August Uoiliuan, $50; J.
B. lUibsam, two saloons, SlOO each.
Division 44, V. K. K. of P., are refitting
its quarters on eat High street, opposite
i the Arcade, byrepapering and laying new
Brussels carpet. The division will give
social Monday evening for the sir knights
and thoir ladies. Dancing and refreshments
( will be features of the evening.
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.KPHJItl jrirnu). wt lull imuuKm
the property of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Laj-
bourn, of Ligonda, which was heavily
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old ho'nesicad during tlie remainder of their
A CL0WINC TRIBUTE.
Frank O. Mltrhrll Hlchly Cm pi I -
lilentrd on Ills Work.
The following glowing tribute to a
preacher is paid by the current number of
the South Charleston 5c;itlncl. to Presiding
Elder Frank G. Mitchell, of this city:
Bev. F G. Mitch II, pecsiding elder of
this district, tilled his appointment at the
M. E. chute!, this place, last Sunday.
preaching at the morning and evening serv
ices, and his iiiscoursu, are tne tneme oi all
who heard them, that of the morning being
specially spoken of. We heard both, and
can scarcely elect which of the two was
the more pointtd, practical and effective.
The morning discourse was simply grand
nothing we had ever Heard surpassed It;
that of the ev cuing was a gem that cilstened
! any way yoa viewed it And the two bore
good fruit fruit that will multiply ten-fold
ere the series of meetings now In progress
shall close. Kev. Mitchell makes scores of
! friends here on each v isit, both out of and
in the ehurch. who gladly welcome the re-
1 currej ce of qnirterlv mwtlnir day.
' The I. B. vv. laiiiuiiua excursion will
leave bimngneld. O., December 14, 21 and
23, Inclusive. For rates, time of trains,
etc., call on or write to
C. L. Hll.I.EAIlV,
Ticket Agent, Springtield, O.
Coal Co., 17 south
Darin? the month of December The
Xelson BaslnetssCnllrge will sell acho'.
nrnhipson the following term': $20
down, balance in three (3) Bnnlblj
OPEN DAY AND EVENIN6.
THE GREAT SCANLAN
Will Appear at Illack'a Upara House Next
Monday Evening, December ID.
The only engagement in tills city this
ason of Springfield's popular favorite.
the representative Irish comedian, Mr. W. J.
In Fred. Marsden's great play, "The Irish
Minstrel." A. play of this epoch ; a pow
erfnl story, full of brilliant situations
startling tableaux, strong sentiment most
enjoyable comedy, witticisms and new
songs; new and handsome scenery, painted
bv J. Clare and Win. Voegtlln. of New
York. Hear Scanlan's new songs ; Mr.
Scanlan will sing during the performance
here his popular songs : "Trust to Luck."
"What's In a KLss." "Tile Irish Minstrel,"
"Over the Mountains," "Something for the
Babies," Scanlan's "Kose Song." "My Nel
lie's Blue Eyes" and his world-famous
"Peek a boo."
KILLED BY THE CARS.
Thomas McCabe Itun Over anil Mangled to
Drain at Maht.
The Xenia Gntctle gives the following
additional particulars of the finding of the
body of Thomas McCabe on the Little Mi
ami track near Cedart Hie. The Associated
Press dispatch in last evening's Republic
suggested the theory that McCabe had been
murdered and placed on the track for a
blind, but the following account would in
dicate that there was nothing of that sort
connected with tlie case:
Last night as the east bound passenger
train on the Little Miami railroad, due here
at 10 p. in., was thundering along and had
reached the overhead bridge, some three
miles east of this city, the engineer noticed
a man lying on the track, face down. Be
fore the speed of tlie train could be stopped
he was struck with terrible force and
knocked souie distance to one side of the
track. The train was stopped and he was
taken to tOjdarvillc, where It was discov
ered that his name was Thomas McCabe, a
young man who lived with his mother,
Bridget McCabe, about eighty yards from
the poiut w here he was struck, on the old
Joseph Laughead place. One arm was
found to be terribly mangled, and It was
amputated by Dr. Oglesbee, but he died
about 1 o'clock this moraine from internal
He was about twenty-six years of age.
and had but recently purchased the farm
on which he lived with his mother. He
was industrious and well liked by all who
Just how became to be lyingon the track
is only surn be. He had been to Dayton
during the day, but waslnXe"ialuringthe
afternoon, and it Is supposed that he drank
a glass too much of liuuor before starting
home and that he became stupefied and
dropyed down on the track: tills, however,
Is only surmise, he may simply have been
taken irk and fallen on the track. But it
is quite certain that there was no foul play
in tlie case.
Young McCabe has a brother James who
Is a Catholic priet.two sisters In a convent.
and one brother, Pat McCabe. who lives on
Dr. lirundage's farm. It Is understood
that he was soon to be married to Mis
Macgie Cornier, an estimable young lady
of near Bonersville. He was well thought
of by all who knew iilui, and his aged
mother will have their sincere sympathy in
her great affliction.
A QUEER INVENTION.
Mr. TVarren Ciishinan Makes albratfag
Cord His Assistant.
Paul A. Staley, esq , patent solicitor.
goes to Washington next week, armed with
the necessary drawings and papers to take
out a patent for Mr. Warren Cushman, the
artist and photographer, for an Ingenious
apparatus for the retouching of negatives
by mechanical means. Mr. Cushnian has
been at work on the Invention for over a
year, and is confident that he has at last
accomplished his aim. If the machine
proves a success it will revolutionize that
part of photography which is the most slav
ish and undesirable feature ot the work.
Mr. Cushman's invention is not complicat
ed, u consists simply of a vibrating cord.
which is furnished w ith motion by ordinary
clock-work. Ait extra wheel of the clock
work bas arms like human elbows, and
these striking successively and with Incon
ceiv able rapidity upon a quill through w hich
the cord passes. Impart to it the desired vi
bration, much an the same principle that a
finger would In " picking " a
violin string, only with a hund
red times the rapidity. The clock
work is at the right side of the retoucher
and the y ibratlng cord is fastened to the op
posite side of the retouching frame, passing
squrely across the negative plate, at a dis
tance of an inch or so. The operator lightly
rests his hand, which grasps the retouching
pencil, upon tlit) vibrating cord, and then is
communicated to the pencil a tapping mo
tion, to express It in homely language,
which touches out blemishes in the
negative witli that daintiness and
a rapidity for which modem
photography has long yearned.
Of course the cord it-rates to a different
linear extent at different points, and by
shifting his hand along the cord the op
erator can obtain any degree of delicacy or
strength to the retouching motions he
Mr.Cusl.man Is now at work experiment
ing on an electric motor to furnish the
fiower for the vibrating cord. The. Inven
tion is likely to be one of vast importance
to the art of photography.
On Thursday, December 15th, at noon.
Mr. Henry Kldenour, of this city, and MUs
Llda E. Pence, of Hlllsboro, were married
at the residence of tbs bride's parents.
The young couplearrived here at 10 o'clock
this morning ana at once went to House
keeping in the cosy little home which Mr.
Ridenour Iras provided at Xo. 212 south
Gallaeher streel. The many friends of
the young couple wish them all the joy in
Miss Sara Orne Jewett the popular
authoress, has just come into a snug fortune
by the death of an uncle.
cooklng.no sticking, perfect work. Grocers.
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'ilk ', s ,-?Js
l,i,iV V.N. iWnfal
tli'iiliMMMMk. "2H" tnfllTaMMMMMMM?
Remaining; In the fi.ntonlra at HprlngUaM,
lllckel. VV L
Hogges. Pr S T
Cnnlry. .Miss Nannie
Clifford. J li
Courey. .Miss Fee
Mck. .Miss VartleS
Dudley. .Mrs Jus 1
iarrler. Miss Martha
I ay. Tom
Fisher. Mrs Elizabeth
II roves. W m
Harper, Miss Mattle
Hunt Miss .Mary
Harrison T II
Hendricks, A P
Tara. 1 en
Jones. James A
Kelly, Miss Kena.M
Meanamrr. Miss Lffle
dhmart. .Vljs Dollle E
I'lerce. .M I.
Poling. Mrs Klla
Page. Mrs .Mary
Porter. Mrs Jennie
l'omeroy. M J
Heed. .Mrs l.ettla
Klcehait. M A
slmpson. Mrs Vena
Hmllh, Harry l
f nelder. Walter
fhlrk. Master A B
'cott. Miss Llizie
Vrooraan. W 1"
While ry. John
Whitehead td It
Wilson. F J
Jones. Miss Ida.M
Kephart Ellsworth M Walker. Miss Chloe
Ilolub. Johan Jones, Rlcbard
Acerter, I'errxl) Johnson Mrs It L
Conner. ABC Kiedlln. Mrs Annie
Horn, Maria Anna Sweeney, Ross,
Persons ctlllnE for tbsse letters will nlease
aay "advertised." and give date of lists If
not called for In one month they will be aent
to the Dead Latter Oltlce
Letters must be directed to street and num
ber la orJer to hare them promptly and cor
F M IIioax, Postmaster.
You will find the largest and best selected
stock of diamonds, solitaire rings,earrings.
laoe pins. scarfpins and studs at Leo
Braun's. Xo 11 east Main streeL These
goods are from the stacks of the largest
diamond dealers of the country, and se
lected especially for the holiday trade. Mr.
liraun can afford to offer these goods at
prices by wh'clijy ou can sav e from twenty to
twenty-five per cent
I have also in stock fmm thirty to forty
ladles' gold watches, with Elgin. Walthsm
ana Springtield movements, stem winders
and stem setters, which 1 offer for SJO to
S30. All goods warranted as recommended.
For bargains In Anthracite coal go to
Wheldon A Merrill. Grand opera house.
WE ARE OFFERING
Chamois Skins and Sponges, Bath Gloves
and Brushes, Mirrors, Hair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, Whisk Brooms, and a gen
eral line of Toilet Goods.
CHARLES LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacists, 55 East Main Street.
BBI ; ritr 0Krr-"" T PBBJ
HOFMAN & MARGILETH,
Lagonda House Jewelers, North-west Corner Limestone and High Streets.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE MY IMMENSE STOCK OF FINE
SU ITS 5 OVERCOATS
I ofler extra inducements to purchasers lor the holidays ; i.ooo Oercoats in every desirable style, at prices way
below ail competitors ; 2,000 Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits at prices that will save the purchaser from $2 to $3
on each suit. I wish to impress upon all the fact that my stock is complete with all the choicest fabrics, arfd I guar
antee my prices to be the lowest. For the next two weeks I will present each purchaser of a Suit cr Overcoat with
a Handsome Christmas Gift. A pleasant feature in trading with me is, you are not urged, as at other stores. I
have strictly one price, and I exchange any garment that does not meet your approval at your homes, or refund you
the money if you so desire.
OOIRJLSTEIR. TVrAJyr .AJSTsD
TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES
58 ARCADE -AJSTID 58 MARKET
THE LARGE DEALERS
Thornton Has Fnltril
On the Xew Home and New Improved
White sewing machines. He only soldhve
machines last week. He ex pre ted to sell
six. The following are the names of those
parties to whom Mr. Thornton sold the ma
chines: Mrs. Went, north Columbia street;
Miss McDuel. Linden avenue; Mr. Frank
Ottls, Gellitt road, near Springfield; Mrs.
Burt, Elder street, and Mrs. Jackson, South
ern avenue. Any man selling five ma
chines two weeks before Christmas, what
should he do at Chiisimas time in the way
of Christmas presents? He should more
than double that amount of sales. Last
year he sold eluen machines in one day.
The Xew Improved White and Xew Home
are getting so popular that everybody
knows their merits. They areentirelyseir
threading, have self-setting needle and
winds its own bobbin withi.ut assistance.
Also has a double feed. Mr. 1 homton will
put any one of these machines on trial
against any other machine made. For re
pairs and attachments and parts, go to
Thornton, N'o. 10 north Market
Not flaril to Find.
ag me west enu ueanipiariers ior tnristmas
mee ornaments and all other Christmas
presents In the bakery and confectionery
line in tne ciiy at rraiik a. Ilax's. .Vo. KIT
west Main street. We have a complete
line of new and desirable goods. Our
home-made and imported candies are pure
ann tne oest. uur prices are roclc bottom.
It w ill pay y ou to call on us before purchas
I. It. W. Holiday Ksriirsions.
This company will sell ot Dec. 24th.
er.th. 28th and 31st. 1SST. and Jan. 1st and
2d. lSs.9, round trip excursion tickets Irom
all ticket stations toall stations at half fare.
This will Include Chicago. All tickets
will be good to return till Jan. 3d. IfcSS.
C. L.sVIn ifxitv.
D. II. Uociif, General Agent.
tlollday Itutes on the Ilee Line.
Excursion tickets will be sold to and from
all stations on the Cleveland. Columbus,
Cincinnati and Indianapolis railway, atone
fare for the round trip. Ticki U n sale
December Jl. 2.. 2i5 and 31, January 1st
and 2d. and good to return until January
3d, inclusive. Call on agents for full par
ticulars. New xork, I'enn.ylrunla sod Ohio U.K.
Bound trip tickets will be sold on the X".
Y. P. A. O. it. 1L at one faro for the
round trip, on Dec. 2tb, 23th, 20th and
31st, 1SS7, and Jan. 1st and 2d. 1SS3. good
to return until Jan 3d, 1SSS. For tickets,
etc, call on J. D. Piiltger, Agent Ar
cade, Isweet Cider.
Sweet cider for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, fresh from the press, at Q. II. Xeffs
grocery, Xo. HO Clifton street
AT A GREAT BARGAIN
PRESENT OF ANYTHING
KEPT IN STOCK AND FOR SALE BY JEWELERS. IT MIGHT
BE TO YOUR INTERESTED LOOK OYER OUR. STOCK
IMPORTERS -cVItTX IITA.IZjC
In the department of baking powder and flavoring'
extracts the PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. of Chicago
and St. Louis is the largest in the world. Hundreds of
tons of the crystals of Cream of Tartar, direct from the grape
vineyards of France, are annually used in DR. PRICE'S
CREAM BAKING POWDER, and the entire product of
a large Mexican grower of vanilla beans is consumed every
year in DR. PRICE'S EXTRACT OF VANILLA. This
immense business is accounted for by the purity and excel
lence of their productions.
No better proof of the superiority of DR. PRICE'S
CREAM BAKING POWDER could be offered than that
I it is recommended for use in
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