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The Motor "Frances E" arrived from Miami this afternoon with mails and passengers. —:o: — Foreign Mails to be despatched via Miami, Fla. per "Frances E." will be made up and Hosed on Fri day, the 21st inst. at 8 a.m. —:o: — Notice No Concert will be given bv the Police Band this week. W. COEN Bandmaster. —:o:— On Thursday night, Au K 20th, in the Seventh Daj Adventist Chapel on Shirley Street, a leciure will be given based upon the second chapter of Daniel. In the study of this chapter we review the rise and fall ,f kingdom?, and the possibility of the overthrow of any ,,f the World powers of Europe in the present war crisis. LOOK! The following Blank forms may be had at "The Tribune" Office. Duty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Articles. In quantities at Special Rates. £ 5 Reward F IVE POUNDS reward is offered and will be paid to any per "} Who will give infonratinnihan will lead t•. the apprehension r,nd conviction of any person or persons stealing or selling stolen pine.,pples run my cultivations in the Wulf Road. WALTER K MOORE Rupture Cured Thf Brooks Appliance Shingles est No. iHeart 5 in.Cypres Shingles at $9.60 per thoussand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades-also 5m. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase; Fresh stock arriving every week. C G SAUN DE RS Kerosene 1502 IN New 5 o gabnnCdvaniz%  edI Iron Drums at ,8. ts per Gallon. In 10 gallon Cant at aocts per. Gallon. Drums and Cans returnable full particulars at Office "Frances K.," Nassau N. I\ C C. SAIJNDEKS Attorney Oeneral'a Chambers, I'un-of-opaln, Trinidad. B. W. I. DssrSIr* n ^* • l4 to b* able to Inform you tht the truae" (f) I (at from you In September la a complete eucceea. It baa aupported my rupture perfectly alnce I flrat wore It. I have been ruptured .Inn. I can remember and tried at dlflerent Intervale arveral makea of truea without aucceaa. I waa beginning to think I ahould have to underco an operation, aa the rupture waa gradually (ettlna SSft „ Now >••* I ownalder myaelf practically cured. To my mind one of the %  real point* about your Invention la that XLSFiJSt "" ,u f"—*n anywhare. altnouah that preaaure never actually relaxea. After the flrat few daya I have not fait it. preaaure any more than I do my trouaer suependers. Tou are quite welcome to make any uee you like of thla letter. Toura truly, J. B. Whltenead. T Brooks Rupture Appliance Co. .Wkjjajw j C. B. Brook*, wka kai kM Cartes; R.ptare far nrr SO rear. If Kastarra, write alas today. My App Mum Sent on Trial If you have, triad everything; elaa. com* to ma. I have my createat aucceaa where othera fall. Send attached coupon today and I will aend you. free. my Illustrated book on Rupture and Ita cure. Riving; you the names of many people who have tried my appliance and are extremely grateful. It elves constant relief where all others fall. I make It to your measure and send It to you on a strict guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded, and I have put my price so low that anybody, rich or poor, can buy It I send It on trial to prove what I My la true. rn.L orr rant COPPON BELOW AMD POT TODAY F ialasi *tt raaaa, ar *r, to C. a. A. nn ntroauuTioif COUPON c. K. Brooka rrnsute it., Marshall. Michigan, u. 8. A. Please send ma by poet, la plain wrapB r. year lllastrated Book and full mrmatlon about your Appliance for the ear* of rupture. iddreae write plainly) Notice ,GOSPEL ADDRESS Gospel Hall Dowdeswell near Victoria Wed. K*. at 7:45 Three Breastplates" "Judgement" Kx. 28. 17-21 ( Righteousness" Eph. 6. 14 "Faith and Love" 1 Thess. 5-8. R. STRATTON Evangelist BESTS^762 Test. We do not sell it. B UT we. do sell and will continue to sell Standard Oil Co. Gasoline. Test your Gasoline. We invite comparison with any in the City. Price 22cts. per gallon in 50 gallon Drums. Customers using 100 gals, or over per Month 20c. gallon. Watch our Notice for Kerosene in June. C. C. SAUNDERS. or* (lone T IM'S is ID inform my Patrons and the Public in (' %  .•iipral that 1 have O|MIP<| my Public Blnck Suiiili Sl'np; and am now ready to do anythii •% in I c line ..1 Geneia' repair or new u, rk Hore Hhoeing Swciallv. All Mechanically. P. A. HWYI.RR. H,> l-.„st %  *., fVMmrl) %1/ILLIAMS THE SHOEVV MAN has just received a >"rt received H complete outfit of facilities fur the buisness of an undertaker, which places lum in a p'siiion to carry out Funenls that %  nay be entrusted to his care with system and despatch; amlJr#s|'ect fully solicits theii p itronajp (ift my Prices fl'st and p nve that these are the vet y I-.west |'., r ihrfir-i rl.ifj


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Nullius B-ddictua jvirarc In vcrba m&glalri. Being bound tp iwe&r to the Dogma.* ->i no Master VOL. XI. Ntvssavi. N. P., Ba.ha.tnas. Wednesday, August 19, 1914 No. 204 L. GILBKKT DUPUOH, Editor jmi Proprietor. OFFICE: 88-44 MAKKF.T STKKKT Nassau, ;V. P., Jiiihamas P. O. BOX MS PUBLISHED DAILY K Monday, Wednesday and i-iiday — single copy ... Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaysingle copy • ... td Weekly 4 Jd Monthly i s. 4,! Quarterly is, fl.llfY.Mllv Yearly | 6s, IUaYARLK IN ADVANCE AdveitiSMg Rates:Six pence per line %  or first insertion; three pence pei line fur second Insertion ; %  ;i.' one pi nny pet line let lubtqui ni insertii ins. Advertisements andei eighl linsr \t. Special to the Guard in a London rflth Augi m It is rep >n d that i lie German forces are si ill irresistibly advancing towards Brussels an I Antwerp in spite of the fact thai there is ,i large allied force m Belgium, There has been a general engage mi'iit in-day which is siill in progress between tin' allied armies and the Germans, hut no inform*tion is forthcoming .is to the pro. giess of eithei lids, England has I in da I 100,030 tri ip. ol h -r F.xpeditionaiy Force in Belgium. 'I lie Cleiman Criiwn Prince Ins been seriously wounded ,and is lying in a critical condition at Aix-la-Chapelle. l"lie Kaiser has rushed In his side. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS. I. Airgiist Mi'li, H114. Hic*-rr Flizabeth and all of the heads of government, hav left Brussels fur Antwerp l'h lattei city 1-.lU'i understood to he surrounded by the Gei man*. I he Germans ami allies in Belgium ai still lining up llieif forI es prep il.iiory to 1 Lire. it l> 11 tie*. It wn* announced 1 arlv this Morning in London mil desulta y firinif had begun between a Itri" tish patrolling force ami German recoonottefing cruisers. It it believed that there is a naval battle on lOO miles off Harwich. I he French have, officially announced that they have pushed the 11111 mans along the frontiei f .r inward, A ((real b ittle between forces along a line 150 miles is now pending, withStrasburgasthe prmc.ple fighting [unit, Russia repoits (hiving the Germans inward along a hue 70 miles in length It is reoOrtr d that the Seivians caught the Austrian* within a val ley of the Sliab ite Mountains fn.m whence there wa< no escape ami annihilated 15.000. Pre-ident Wilson has again warn.-(I America ni nol to t.i K<.p IM in tinEuropean war. 'I he German Vmbevssadtn h ,s protested against tinrampaigu of misrepresentation, against (leiinany in the" United States. President Wilson has sent an envoy to try and establish peace between Carrnnza and Villa, RADIOGRAMS 2. August igth, 1914. I'.erlir, Via Copenhagen and London 18 h : —"Not another dr>p of hi.Mil will I e s icrifi ed taking I %  • (ortificatio 1-." Phis, rein nk ihle statement was m ide by Stein, the GermanGeneral, and pnis an entirely differehl face n 1 the operati ms of Germans in their march through Relgui n, London r8 :-*-Lomlon displayed little excitement whe 1 it was learn ed that her troops had gone into French ten itory Children wepl as the soldiers went by, hut gay throngs still attend the playhouses w here ban 11 play "Britanni i Rules the Waves," the \l irseliais ami Russian n nion. a I hymn, while the people reverent lv stand. N %  „' 'ii 11ions for tlia* transfer of \ n.'i 1 %  ins fr 1 n (i inn inv Swill %  land a id \u-m 1 h ive begun s in Rrancisc >, 18: Wnile t be Germ-ni cruisei Leipzig was (>nt. Img t -' %  eirlv 'his morning, in charge of an Vmerj HI p.lot, -hcollided wi>h ihe British steel Bte "in 1 I .d'.l I nip' 'OH l\ in_' lit aiichoi in ibe stream. I h %  Lord Templeton was badly shattered by the blow. Paris 18:—President PoincaireJ will sign a decree tomorrow authorizing race track authorities to pay nv#i a part of the proi of the Paris Mutual betting matches to the Red Cross funds, London 18:—An official dispatch to the French l-.inh.-i--\ savs that the Germans have abandoned Parreshufg where thev we/e firmly established with hi avv artillery London [8:—An official mess tge received at Rome from Vienna si ites that the Austrian cruiser /. nta wa> sun!; in a naval battle off Antivari last Sund Washington:—Presidi nl Wilson is determined thai tin United Stateshall keep out of the European fight. He has again called on the people to refrain from part isanship, A long message Ims been rejcived from Etnpeior v 'il 1 in thank' ing ihe United Stal for its fi lv dlferto mediate. \" ith '• ites that he will ev i the ofl a made by the pn at. Washington offi 1 ire discussing -1'ip ins ultimatum to Germany and are con-idi ri prol I'll -r{ ii;i Vraei %  1'iit are 1 ( t'.is.,ned by the ni !' m < ireal Rril 1 in that Ja 1 ions will be confined to ll So 1 and to Gernnn territo" China. Washingi m 18: %  di. plo natic officials in iei n my, Swjizerland and \ustria % %  re to. n ig h | i %  i iered to la ; i i 11 i i i 11at ions bn ihe Iransfei f Am i cans to France and In j a ad. S, S. Progres • sailed at ; | J Sterday with u pa and 508 Hales Sisal, 7-', H 1 Sponge. ^ tons Lignum Vit ie,6 1, II % 1G1 p fmit, 1361 c ises Cann d pin 100 bbls Sheila, 11 Bales skin I 'ligeS SIIII'l. II s — :o: Passengers pei S, S. "Ptogjeso" ve-tenl iv were Misses Mi hired G ifI'll, in I M iv Clare; Mi. and \bs It. W. \l ilc.-n; Rev ','1 s \. |> ; Messrs 11, ,ie Matins, 11, rj*> M itlos lr \ inei Griffin, l\ I l M Kin 1 >, I leu. y M iStyn and I L. Sana


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Nullius B-ddictua jvirarc In vcrba m&glalri.
Being bound tp iwe&r to the Dogma.* ->i no Master
VOL. XI.
Ntvssavi. N. P., Ba.ha.tnas. Wednesday, August 19, 1914
No. 204
L. GILBKKT DUPUOH,
Editor jmi Proprietor.
OFFICE: 88-44 MAKKF.T STKKKT
Nassau, ;V. P., Jiiihamas
P. O. BOX MS
PUBLISHED DAILY
K
Monday, Wednesday and i-iiday
single copy ...
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-
single copy ...... ... td
Weekly ............ 4Jd
Monthly ...........is. 4,!
Quarterly........ is,
fl.llfY.Mllv..........
Yearly ...........|6s,
IUaYARLK IN ADVANCE
AdveitiSMg Rates:- Six pence per line
or first insertion; three pence pei line
fur second Insertion ; ;i.' one pi nny pet
line let lubtqui ni insertii ins.
Advertisements andei eighl linsr \t.
Special to the Guard in a
London rflth Augi m
It is rep >n d that i lie German
forces are si ill irresistibly advanc-
ing towards Brussels an I Antwerp
in spite of the fact thai there is ,i
large allied force m Belgium,
There has been a general engage
mi'iit in-day which is siill in pro-
gress between tin' allied armies
and the Germans, hut no inform*-
tion is forthcoming .is to the pro.
giess of eithei lids, England has
I in da I 100,030 tri ip. ol h -r F.x-
peditionaiy Force in Belgium.
'I lie Cleiman Criiwn Prince Ins
been seriously wounded ,and is
lying in a critical condition at
Aix-la-Chapelle. l"lie Kaiser has
rushed In his side.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS. I.
Airgiist Mi'li, H114.
Hic*-rr Flizabeth and all of the
heads of government, hav left
Brussels fur Antwerp l'h lattei
city 1-- .lU'i understood to he sur-
rounded by the Gei man*.
I he Germans ami allies in Bel-
gium ai still lining up llieif for-
I es prep il.iiory to 1 Lire.it l> 11 tie*.
It wn* announced 1 arlv this
Morning in London mil desulta y
firinif had begun between a Itri"
tish patrolling force ami German
recoonottefing cruisers. It it be-
lieved that there is a naval battle
on lOO miles off Harwich.
I he French have, officially an-
nounced that they have pushed the
11111 mans along the frontiei f .r in-
ward, A ((real b ittle between
forces along a line 150 miles is
now pending, withStrasburgasthe
prmc.ple fighting [unit,
Russia repoits (hiving the Ger-
mans inward along a hue 70
miles in length
It is reoOrtr d that the Seivians
caught the Austrian* within a val
ley of the Sliab ite Mountains fn.m
whence there wa< no escape ami
annihilated 15.000.
Pre-ident Wilson has again
warn.-(I America ni nol to t.i K<.-
p im in tin- European war. 'I he
German Vmbevssadtn h ,s protested
against tin- rampaigu of
misrepresentation, against (lei-
inany in the" United States.
President Wilson has sent an
envoy to try and establish peace
between Carrnnza and Villa,
RADIOGRAMS 2.
August igth, 1914.
I'.erlir, Via Copenhagen and
London 18 h : "Not another dr>p
of hi.Mil will I e s icrifi ed taking
I (ortificatio 1-." Phis, re-
in nk ihle statement was m ide by
Stein, the German- General, and
pnis an entirely differehl face n 1
the operati ms of Germans in their
march through Relgui n,
London r8 :-*-Lomlon displayed
little excitement whe 1 it was learn
ed that her troops had gone into
French ten itory
Children wepl as the soldiers
went by, hut gay throngs still at-
tend the playhouses w here ban 11
play "Britanni i Rules the Waves,"
the \l irseliais ami Russian n nion.
a I hymn, while the people reverent
lv stand.
N ' 'ii 11ions for tlia* transfer of
\ n.'i 1 ins fr 1 n (i inn inv Swill
land a id \u-m 1 h ive begun
s in Rrancisc >, 18: Wnile t be
Germ-ni cruisei Leipzig was (>nt.
Img t -'! eirlv 'his morning, in
charge of an Vmerj hi p.lot, -h-
collided wi>h ihe British steel
Bte "in 1 I .d'.l I nip' 'OH l\ in_' lit
aiichoi in ibe stream. I h Lord
Templeton was badly shattered by
the blow.
Paris 18:President PoincaireJ
will sign a decree tomorrow
authorizing race track authorities
to pay nv#i a part of the proi
of the Paris Mutual betting match-
es to the Red Cross funds,
London 18:An official dispatch
to the French l-.inh.-i--\ savs that
the Germans have abandoned Par-
reshufg where thev we/e firmly
established with hi avv artillery
London [8:An official mess tge
received at Rome from Vienna
si ites that the Austrian cruiser
/. nta wa> sun!; in a naval battle
off Antivari last Sund
Washington:Presidi nl Wilson
is determined thai tin United
State- shall keep out of the Euro-
pean fight. He has again called
on the people to refrain from par-
t isanship,
A long message Ims been rejciv-
ed from Etnpeior v'- il 1 in thank'
ing ihe United Stal for its fi
lv dlferto mediate. \" ith
' ites that he will ev i the
ofl a made by the pn at.
Washington offi 1 ire discuss-
ing -1'ip ins ultimatum to Germany
and are con-idi ri prol
I'll -r{ ii;i Vraei 1'iit are
1 ( t'.is.,ned by the ni !' m < ireal
Rril 1 in that Ja 1 ions
will be confined to ll So 1
and to Gernnn territo"
China.
Washingi m 18: di.
plo natic officials in iei n my,
Swjizerland and \ustria re to.
n ig h | i i iered to la ; i i 11 i i i
11at ions bn ihe Iransfei f Am i
cans to France and I- n j a ad.
S, S. Progres sailed at ; |
J Sterday with u pa and
508 Hales Sisal, 7-', H 1 Sponge. ^
tons Lignum Vit ie,6 1, II % 1G1 p
fmit, 1361 c ises Cann d pin
100 bbls Sheila, 11 Bales skin .
I 'ligeS SIIII'l. II s
:o: ,
Passengers pei S, S. "Ptogjeso"
ve-tenl iv were Misses Mi hired G if-
I'll, in I M iv Clare; Mi. and \bs It.
W. \l ilc.-n; Rev ','1......s \. |>.....;
Messrs 11, ,ie Matins, 11, rj*> M itlos
lr \ inei Griffin, l\ I l M Kin 1 >,
I leu. y M iStyn and I L. Sana '


The Motor "Frances E" arrived
from Miami this afternoon with
mails and passengers.
:o:
Foreign Mails to be despatched
via Miami, Fla. per "Frances E."
will be made up and Hosed on Fri
day, the 21st inst. at 8 a.m.
:o:
Notice
No Concert will be given bv the
Police Band this week.
W. COEN
Bandmaster.
:o:
. On Thursday night, AuK 20th,
in the Seventh Daj Adventist
Chapel on Shirley Street, a leciure
will be given based upon the
second chapter of Daniel. In the
study of this chapter we review
the rise and fall ,f kingdom?, and
the possibility of the overthrow of
any ,,f the World powers of Europe
in the present war crisis.
LOOK!
The following Blank forms
may be had at "The Tribune"
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
In quantities at Special Rates.
5 Reward
FIVE POUNDS reward is offer-
ed and will be paid to any per
"} Who will give infonratinnihan
will lead t. the apprehension r,nd
conviction of any person or persons
stealing or selling stolen pine.,pples
run my cultivations in the Wulf
Road.
WALTER K MOORE
Rupture Cured
Thf Brooks Appliance
Shingles
est No. iHeart5in.Cypres
Shingles at $9.60 per thous-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades-also
5m. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase;
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C G SAUNDE RS
Kerosene
1502
IN New 5o gabnnCdvaniz-
edI Iron Drums at ,8. ts
per Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cant at aocts
per. Gallon.
Drums and Cans returnable
full particulars at Office
"Frances K.," Nassau N. I\
C C. SAIJNDEKS
Attorney Oeneral'a Chambers,
_ I'un-of-opaln,
Trinidad. B. W. I.
DssrSIr* n^*
' l4 to b* able to Inform you tht
the truae" (f) I (at from you In September
la a complete eucceea. It baa aupported my
rupture perfectly alnce I flrat wore It. I
have been ruptured .Inn. I can remember
and tried at dlflerent Intervale arveral makea
of truea without aucceaa. I waa beginning
to think I ahould have to underco an opera-
tion, aa the rupture waa gradually (ettlna
SSft Now' >* I ownalder myaelf
practically cured. To my mind one of the
real point* about your Invention la that
XLSFiJSt "" ,u f"*n anywhare. al-
tnouah that preaaure never actually relaxea.
After the flrat few daya I have not fait it.
preaaure any more than I do my trouaer
suependers. Tou are quite welcome to make
any uee you like of thla letter.
Toura truly,
J. B. Whltenead.
T Brooks Rupture Appliance Co.
.Wkjjajwj C. B. Brook*, wka kai
kM Cartes; R.ptare far nrr SO rear.
If Kastarra, write alas today.
My AppMum Sent on Trial
If you have, triad everything; elaa.
com* to ma. I have my createat auc-
ceaa where othera fall. Send attached
coupon today and I will aend you. free.
my Illustrated book on Rupture and
Ita cure. Riving; you the names of many
people who have tried my appliance
and are extremely grateful. It elves
constant relief where all others fall. I
make It to your measure and send It
to you on a strict guarantee of satis-
faction or money refunded, and I have
put my price so low that anybody,
rich or poor, can buy It I send It on
trial to prove what I My la true.
rn.L orr rant coppon below
AMD POT TODAY
Fialasi *tt raaaa, ar *r, to C. a. A.
nn ntroauuTioif coupon
c. k. Brooka rrnsute it.,
Marshall. Michigan, u. 8. A.
Please send ma by poet, la plain wrap-
Br. year lllastrated Book and full m-
rmatlon about your Appliance for the
ear* of rupture.
iddreae
write plainly)
Notice
,GOSPEL ADDRESS
Gospel Hall
Dowdeswell near Victoria
Wed. K*. at 7:45
Three Breastplates"
"Judgement" Kx. 28. 17-21
( Righteousness" Eph. 6. 14
"Faith and Love" 1 Thess. 5-8.
R. STRATTON *
Evangelist
BESTS^762
Test. We do not sell it.
BUT we. do sell and will
continue to sell
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline. Test your Gaso-
line. We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price 22cts. per gallon in
50 gallon Drums. Customers
using 100 gals, or over per
Month 20c. gallon.
Watch our Notice for Ker-
osene in June.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
or* (lone
TIM'S is Id inform my Patrons
and the Public in ('.iipral
that 1 have o|mip<| my Public
Blnck Suiiili Sl'np; and am now
ready to do anythii% in I c line ..1
Geneia' repair or new u, rk Hore
Hhoeing Swciallv. All
Mechanically.
P. A. HWYI.RR.
H,> l-.st *., fVMmrl)
%1/IlLIAMS THE SHOE-
VV MaN has just received a
>"r LADIES. MISSES and CENTS
sample boots and shoes
in ONE, TWO, AND THREE
pair hits
Tllf si/.'sfor Indie.are limited
I" vj. 4 and 4J
Mivs.s 14, 1 ;tml 2
I III f), M HficJ 7
The Shoes having been sold
Williams. The Shoaman
at a liberal discount, the princi-
pal disadvantage being the
limited sizes, he is disposing
ct them at
not less than 20 per cert t less than
the regular prices such
grades would be,
His kind patrons and the gen-
em! public will please lake
Special Notice
of the above sizes mentioned
and in (ailing for them will
see for then-let 11M that thev
are obtaining Real llargaiiis
at
Williams' Wholesale and Retail
Shoe EamblUhment
77, 279 Hay Street (City)
.. .i1 ,. :....... ,.... 'in
TIME MONEY and LABOUR.
THE New vacuum Washer is
the latest invention for
Washer women ; tim is a new
machine which will wash a tub
full of clothes in ten minutes. It
is very simple a child can use it.
Try one and be convinced.
Sold by
R. T. ROBERTS
Sponge Exchange Grocery
Sole Agent for the Bahamas
For Sale
ONE Hotel Waggon in good
order. Splendid for shoot
ing parties as it has six seats.
Strong and well built, especially^
for rough roads. Cost over
thirty pounds. Will sell for
much less.
Can be seen at any time
ARTHUR B. SUTTON.
Agent.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared W-a com-
plete finish and polish tec all furniture,
woodwork and floors,*m' .
Johnson's Wood DyvSTirthe artistic
coloring of all wood, Soft or hard
Johnson's Under Laca spirit
finish, very much superior to shellac or
vainish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finishfor a
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effete
without the expense of rubbine.
Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerfor
hilni'j the l'miii and pores of wood,
upftpartnil it lor tin- finish.
Johnson's Powdered Waxfor ball
room floors
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
W A. MATHER
D UNDERTAKER
F.-'IKI'.S in inform his fiiends
and the Public that re has
ju>t received h complete outfit of
facilities fur the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which places lum in a
p'siiion to carry out Funenls that
nay be entrusted to his care with
system and despatch; amlJr#s|'ect
fully solicits theii p itronajp (ift
my Prices fl'st and p nve that these
are the vet y I-.west |'.,r ihrfir-i rl.ifj
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune


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