The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 16, 1894, Page 7, Image 7

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    TITR SCKANTON TRIBUNE- R I IjY MORNIJNG. MAKC1I 1G. 1894.
iATKST DRAPERIES.
UtnOlllU Ol TLLO rlOIL.O 111
CURTAINS AND PORTIERES.
A UctulnlM'ouie of Ihi' Old l-'iialilonrtl
I.umhrrquln Many PortlerOi For Single
Door Ar ii.ti .i on Polaa Without
lUngA ConvoaloBt Kovaibl iCronoii
The old fashioui'il lambrequin had its
tisc.iiiul a reminiscence of it is often wen
in n narrow jrioeo of rich silk loonetl
across the curtain in sonic fanciful way.
When the window is a bow, the silk is
carried ftkmg :ill the windows from one
nolo to another, forming a continuous Up-
per drapery. Decorator and Furnisher
notes and illustrates tins and some other
new ideas in drapery as follows: This strip
of silk isalso used in the case of windows
COMPLETE LIST OF BOOKS.
In
A F.R!S rRAPERY.
near together. Another artistic plan,
with two windows qtdtfl dOM together,
is to use one lon curtain at each Win
dow, the two lon ends hanging on the
outside, the short iuside ends drawn to
gether at the top between the two poles
and fastened there in graceful folds.
One long piece of stuff is often thus used
in place of two separate curtains.
A New York girl has a unique portiere
hanging between her sleeping room and
bath a piece of sailcloth on which is
roughly painted the figure of a mermaid
in the ocean. The curtain is tied by
small loop of ropo to a stout tishing
pole fastened across the door, and onti
oracket abovj art) some laz'ie. exijuisite
ly polished conchshells and starfish.
Many single doors are using only one
curtain, the material bought by the yard
and the fringe sewed on. No rings are
used. The rod is put on inside the door
ways, with space above sufEcient to per
mit the portieres to be thrown over the
pole once or twice, according to the
width of doorway, one end reaching to
the floor, the other rpiite short. The
fabric can be wound so loosely over the
pole that the "sagging" in the center
will form graceful curvos.
Double doorways of course have two
curt;iins, and many are hung in the way
mentioned, coming from the ceiling. Th?
most of them, however, are pnt on
"movable cranes" fastened inside the
doorways. These ctmm aro fasten :d
like brackets in either side of the door
way and lack several inches of touching
each other. They swing in and ont v.-ith
the portieres on them with the greatr -t
convenience to passers.
Among the most popular materials for
doorway curtains in drawing rooms are
the French empire brocades in blue, pink
or yellow, with lace curtains of fine
handiwork hung ov?r one nd
High in favor are the heavy red French
tapestries, used with bands of white
cream lace, inserting stitched on the cur
tains, forming a border. This color gen
erally matches Tnrkish or French deco
rations and can bo oatd with an empire
curtain of pink on the other side of the
folding door, done last week in a new
RF.JfI:i.Hf.T;Nai OP THE LAMBIiKm.
house, where the dining room was Turk
ish and theparlor empire. If the curtains
aru chenille, leave a ffot to turn over At
the top M a fir.ih on the tide where the
best effect is desired. When the double
doorways nr low, Japanese rugs, such
M are used for divans, aro swrr up as
portieres.
A Npw niflko.
A bodice quite new and also very fa
eoming to Blight figures mny be made
np in any of the wool materials fot
spring wear. It has a velvet yoke, belt,
ill
mm
Tula of Hnndiomt Volum for Salt
Popular Serlaa.
Below will be found a new III tot the
humUoma book comprising the jiopu
l.ir sent now tillable to TBIBONI
readers. The lit flas besn rained, aod
Inclndtti thn books now iu stock. An
oarly nrdet will be your afrst atMf
anOI of Kettiug the volume yon wut.
cou'sint s K'.'.niEs.
Mental (Urania.
Ibetery ol uaneon CiU.
Laity Vol worth's Ihnuionils.
Black iienutv.
Tent of Bheu
ut MamaiaUa'i Secret.
Rabble spoil.
Ptivateer Ban
Prince Coarlea Daaghtef.
BwIm Family BoqIbmu.
Dentil r.mi uatrias.
lilpsv iMtilr.
Vr F. Fortatcua,
Uriniee Boneenold Fairy Tales.
Master ot I'craruoines.
Mt i of llollaiitral.
Merry -Men.
Ivmiluxv
Ji en's Oone,
Hounl Horn.
Huron Mutiotiauou.
Col Quaritoa.
lark Day
Ooriillia.
l.ifr' llouiorso.
I 1 JVi u i'pis.
Child Btoiorj of England,
i hr ist m hi Btortee.
lMit.ir8 Bargain.
Hon on the Marts
Eay r.lm.
kvii Qenlna,
Alien ;.u, :mi-i.
Moths.
As In n l.ooktug UUj.
Witches Read
John kUUiax.
Diana C nen.
Je t Repentaaoai
; ' Umm'ii.
'i o Orphana
eeperate Woman.
Wife In Name Oiil
Between t wo sms
(.'rooked Path.
I'hrisimss Stories.
Lie'i RMnpfee,
Deenlarer,
Javne Eyrt,
Mott
Ohvrr Twist.
Strsuje Ait venture of aPaaeton.
r'i:ti ami. Freedom.
J.'hu Halifax.
I'toncers.
Ureezil Lanjitoa.
Datcheati
Dtok' Wandering.
Friendship
Hou. Mr. Vereker.
Delete.
Bory CTMor,
becoud Thoughts.
Sketch Ujok.
OXFORD BIB1S&
ti.iruaby Kudje.
Ivanhoe,
1 ick'e sweetheart.
Aesop' Fables.
Ea-t Lvnu.
Foul Play.
Duval C'ooperfleld.
liiiflih ciauut.
Daughter of Heth.
Vicar of Wakefield.
Moaastery.
Children of thu Abbey.
Life of David Crockett.
Bride cf Laaitnerinoor,
Aurora FloyJ,
D m (jaixco.
GoilJercy.
Buy Maunerlng.
V.viau the Boaaty.
Knickerbocker Uistory of New York.
i nandos.
Z taont.
'X'be Vicomte'e Bri le.
Faith and Uutaitn.
PrinctH Suushiue.
Tetaaeee.
Wir, Humor and Pathus.
VHsconselas.
Tho Partisan.
TheToung Uoke.
Willy R-iliy.
The Firm of Girdlestone.
Wigw am and Cabin.
fialf Hoars with (ireat NovelistJ.
The Dov- in the Eagle's uejt.
Erne OgilvK
The Sin of Joost Avelingh.
The Phantom Ship.
The Forayer.
The Iemsrer.
Two Years Before tho Malt)
A illrked Man.
(iiat Expectations.
Tom ( ringle's t.jg.
Fair Women,
(.'uthcriae.
iloase on thi Marsh.
Beyond Parilon.
Tho Vendetta.
Tub Spy.
Tom brown at Oxford.
Child Hi 'tory of England.
Mys ery of Orcival.
Mnidcrs in tte Hue Morgue.
Mar7 St. John.
KtrleiCraiada
Matteraan Heady.
Mellichampe.
Katharine Walton.
Knelm Cbilltogly.
Harry Lorrrqoer,
.ne.
Gilded Cliqne.
The Parting of the Wayj,
VaflMM T Infamonj.
Brole Btlohiejra
The Owl JIou.se.
Eutaw.
Du.mas of l.ife.
bet.nls Daval.
oiiizukr.
Rival Princon.
Story of an Africrn Farm.
Bontbward Ho.
So nea from Clerical Life.
Srrlin.
Sir.an Hqnr Scandal.
Bbedawe and Bn&tieaaMi
Iiichsr'l Bnrdt;
Ubtory f'f Ine ("nlierl States.
( hild s IIit'.r7 of Enfjlie'i.
Eight Y"rs Wnoderiug in Ceylon.
l.'ird (.f Prey
lialfd Hay.
Iteaaehamp.
I ripa, tha (.'arrler.
Cbatfnat. Old and Naw.
( ihsletaMfi
Obaplel of Penrls.
Rhodo Flemming.
nepioeet of Aunrslny.
.nr. linn.
Silai Warner.
Armorol of Lyonnrs".
All H irtu ana Conlltioni of Men.
A 1'nlr Of BlM Eyps.
A Hardy Noracmatt.
A Fals Start.
When Ilaliy vim ri k, vrn fnvi- h-r rvmfnrlo,
IKhejB I ii" won u OilliJ, r.lm crWl fof Cuttcrl.
WJien lii Ufnmi- Mlm, shn elun:; to ''anfiiia.
When ah Im.l Clilldreo.stie guvutluiui t'ostuila.
t
BQpjmia to kught rtavun,
epaulets nnd cuffs. Tho Greek pattern
on tho yoke and cuffs is formed with a
beaded braid. Tho epaulets trim the
edgo of the yoko nt tho back, and tlio
material f.nm them is plain until it
reaches the belt.
The color of gold is a brilliant yellow;
when tho metal Is pure, It Is nearly th
orange yellow of the solar Hpoctruin.
When it contains a littlo silver, it Is pal
jellow, cr greenish yellow.
a 1 & ?.", s.'0'l
B !PIL(DI!JlP
iiomiA JK F. IHeaaei ife IIM
The Flour
Awards
"CiticAiio, Oct. II.- Fb first offloial
annonnoenent ot World's Fair dl-
idomiis on Hour has been made A
medal hai been awarded by the
World's Fair juduei to th Hour liianu
faolured by the Washburn, Crosby Co,
in the (treat Wnshbiuu Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The Committee report
the Hour itrOHg ind pure, and entitle!
it to rnnl iih timt-class patent Hour for
laiiilly und bakers' use."
W1EGARGEL
& CONNELL
It IKil I v M I AOUMTH
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The aboYe hrnd of flonr can be had at any of th following merohanta,
who will nccept THB Tuiliusi: PLODIt Cot TON ot 5 ou oaoh on huudrod pounds
of Hour or fiO on each barrel ot Hour.
erantou P. V. Prlo. WhlDgton avnun I
Goiit m iiia Bran L
Dttuaare P.P Prtoo, Qold Medal Brand,
Umunui P. D Uanle) BnprlatWo Brnni
Hyde Pork Oaraou St w iumi, .. St.
Gold Medal Brandi J aopfi A Ileal, Mam
nvonnt Unporlatlv nr.oni.
Qrowi BWao A LSpsuoor.Gold MuilitlliramL
J. r. Moll tie, Bnparlatlve
Provtdenoe -Feuuer .v CnMppelL N Main eve
mv Sutxoiiit.v i l.iaml.i'. .1 Uillo,pi w.
Market trejt. flOli Men il Mr.uid
oiyt'tiHut Jin Jordan, Bnnerlatl Brand,
I'ci hv il t ti nT t H U Is I HUMI'UtiV.
Jeruivii -I'. 1 Wl'itera M Co bupsraiAtlT
Aronoald Jon 8 ntpeon N Ho u ild Medal,
Cartonda B. 8. OUrk, Gold Modal Brand.
Ilonesdah' I N Platter St Co liol 1 Me.l i .
Uinook M II. UtU.
TaylorJudge ft'Co, Qold Medali Atberton
& Co., BuperlatlvA
pnrye Lawronoe Htore Co., Gold MedaL
llooaio- John Mi i. m Me.lul.
Rttaton M W O'Boyle, Ooll Medal
i i.tik'ri Orn"-Fra St Pwrierj Bttperlatlre,
L'lark'i nuntnill P. M. If ouiik, Gold Medal,
I'uliou s. v.. Plnn A Bon, (told Muilu. Brand,
M h ilon E. Harding.
w uv. riy-M Bill ABon, Gold Medal
Pootoryvlllo ciiar. i . dole Medal
lloiii.ottu.ii N. :.l Plan 4a Sou, Gui.i Medal
Tobyhanna Tobyhsnni '- i. n i.u.niior
Co., (find Mena) Brand
iii.udib.ro .'. A. Ail mi i. Goll Ml 11 Bran d.
Moieow Qeige Aweinenta Uoiu .Muuui.
Lake Ariel James A Bortr'ee, UOjd Medal
PoreetOiry L. Morgan Co., Qold Medal
THE
smtmmmmmms
P,
Hotel Wayerly
Fnr)nan Plan Fimt-rlasi liar attnhd
Uepol for Ilcrgnor A hovel a Tamihumaer
ItoiT.
H. E Cor. Itttl sod Filberl Sh Mih
Jli.pt iP'Htralil1 for roHlilimta of N.fe. Penn'
ryiMuiia All oonTonlencio tor trarelere
to anil Irom Brond Htrei.t atatlon aud tin
lui'irth nml Market Ktrt rUtlon l...
ilrnhle for Tlhlling Horautonlaiu and ir
tic lu tho Anthracite KokIou.
f. J. VICTORY,
PROPRIETOR.
What Is More Attractive
Than a pretty faco v.'ltli a freah, bright
complexion? For It, use Potzonl'a Powder.
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
AND POTASSIUM
Makes
gr Marvelous Cures
in Blood Poison
Rheumatism
and Scrofula
A P. P. P. nnrin3th blood bntldann
tho nnl debilitated, Rivos
ptronth to WMUMBM utrvoi, expels
dineaMos.ffivitig' the pat lout health nnd
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blood partner In the world, and ruukea
f'oultlve, speedy and permanent cures
n all casos.
Ladlns whose systems are pohuned
and whose blood is In an Impure condi
tion, due to menstrual trreK'ilarlt.les.
are peculiarly henetttod by the won
derful toulo and blood cloanslnff prop
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Root and P"taastum.
fiPRINOFIKLD, MO., Allfl. 14th. 1803.
I can speak; In tho highest terms of
our medicine from my own pt-rsonn.
nowledse. I was affected with heart
disease, pleurisy and rheumaMsm ior
35 years, was treated by the very ben
phydlnlans ann ap'nt hundre1s of dbr
Iari, tried very knftwn remedy .:
out BadJAg relief I have only taken
one u-t l- of your P. P. P. , and ran
rhe-rf'illy say it has done me more
good than anything I have ever taken.
I can recommend your medlcino to all
oulferers of q nbo7e dUeans.
MRS. M. M. YFAHY,
h; . . l. Green County, Mo.
Pimples, Blotches
and Old Sores Es
Catarrh, tVlalaria 3
and Kidney Troubles 3
Arr rnllrlj- rrcuotiMl by P.I'.P. aw
Prickly Ah. Toko Root and Tolas- "
plum, tho greatest bloud purlflur on -OBP
earth. aOj
ApKnoRES, 0. . July 21, P
Mrshs. I.u'i-MAN Hkih. , Havanouh.
Qo.i ULAit Hiim-I IioukIic abottloot a
yi.ur P. P. P. nt Hot Hprlup.Ark..and . g)
It h:ii. don 01 nioro i;oi,.Ith:iQ threo
::i .i :l . trraiment at tin. Hot Sprlnga. "a
Bend three hottlt-a ('. . 1). elf'
Reaocctfully yourn. m
J AS. M. NKW'TON, aW
Aberdeen, Brown Count', 0. iejl
up:. J. n. Johnaton. a9
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of P. P. P. lor eruption ot the skin. I
poffered for several years with an an
sightly and disagreeable eruption on .
my fnce. I tried every known reme
dy but In vain .until P. P. P. was used, mP
and am now entirely eurod.
(Blgnedby) J.D.JOHNSTON. JW
Bavenuab, Ua. ef
Nkln nncer Cured.
Tettimontrom the Mayor of Stfitn,Tcx, 'K
Skqoin, Tex., January 14, 1H93. "
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Gn, : tintltrim-l havo tried your P.
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lninllestno bloisl nnd emoves nil lr- '
rltation from tho aoat of the dls.- iso . eW
and prevents any snnndinu of tho .
oral. I bavo taken Qveor six bottles 1 a
and fel oonfldont thaianotber course , Bf
will efTeet a euro. It has also rilllVeu
mi from lndlK"Stlon llni ritomacb - "Sftw
troublua. Yours truly,
OAPT. W. M. RUST.
Attornoy nt Law. SP
Book on Blocs Disecses mailed Free.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT. Sj
LIPPMAN BR08. 3
PROPRIETORS, 0
I.lppmnn'alil'M'kAutiiminh.T.'n
ULCERS, PIMPLt-S, D LOTCHES, ABSCESSES, SALT
RHEUM, RUNNING SORES, OR SCROFULA
e
IN THE SPRING
If so, your Blood must bo Impure. Cleanse the
Blood and SyBtem with
Burdock Blood Bitters
DBBYIUJL Mich., April 10, lrH.
HtteHS. FosTr.n Mn.nnnN & Co.
liar Sim I write tliat von may know tlio gooil I lmvn rprolvctl from tho
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS. I am now nn tho ninth bottle of yotir womlrrful
Blttan. 'mil mutt CODffles I lmvn reoettet prompt ctini of n lonjt, Ktiimllni; (Hsrnso
BCROPULA. I havn iwed dollar after dollars' worth of nedklnee and received
DO relief, but the third bottle Of B, B, H. 1 found nr't reft I Imvo nlao used
tiiro bottlee of Burdocx Pill ; the arc the iost. tsedldno I ever took. I
oarinot pralN them too highly. I do own my whole life to tiinn tnj) can reoom-
mend tnnm to orery llvlntr lOUl Hint 1 afflicted with tlmt drrtidfiil illapiuiii, BOROF
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lumps on my thront,, ntul my limlm wrrrt OOVeted with a humine and Itching rush,
which Try Kffttiy annoyed me when near the wo. tovo. I imd ipenta great deal
rif monej trrlng to got rrllcf, nnd oontuluid the tt. medical treatment In the
Stati), but nil In vain, they did inn no rood whatever, and 1 hud about Riven up
when I thought I would try your medicine, nnd, thaok God, they havo cured me.
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' Dorvllle, (St. Clair Co., Michigan.
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Hrranton, ln. i
81"
Tho only cafe, euro an4
roUablo Fomalo Tlhh
ovor offorod. to Ladlo.
oapealully rooommond-
.f u .iv anon m c nM wmt m ' " 'i' iiiitiruui I. no , .1
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ra lire H, 11 . 1111 ix. Iirult, IHI ivnn .tin
PENNYROYAL PILLS.
'NERVE SEEDS.
TM ivunrierftil rm. ,lr imr-
ABtl-1 loriltn mil ailAal rill.
' -, i.'ii in Wnak Mm -m , , I iQM "f Ilrnln I'uwtr. llniidftclin, NVitkofuliicro,
liOKtManhotirl, Nluhtljr KmlMlnni, Norronwnrsi ftliilrftlniftinl OMOI pwr
I'lcrnilrfi linn of tf'haccn. onltim or tlnmlniiln, wbli lt leii't to luUrtiiltr. Ctin
rAtuiiniiHnn r 1 -inn 11I i j'. nn bo - r . 1 -1 1 n vt,at DOOISd WI pOI tmx, l fur 6f,
ifthy mull piopulil. W ith ft fltft onler noirtve m rltlon tfiim un..- to cnr
KaniLdtlmmnaa I 'Triml u r I rim Q .M il n 1 1 H rinrul nl A aL ( . .p I i . ..
"fcfOliE AND AFTtfl USING. iioothor. a.j aIskvi: mkkik'o., Macudio Totupie, oucaqo. ill
Upholstery Department
OR
William : Sissenberger
Onpotit Baptit Charon,
Penn Avenue,
Is repleto with fino and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounges for the Holiday
Trade. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets, Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Re-upholstered
in a Substantial manner.
Will ba as good as new.
N. A. HULBERT'S
City Music Store,
VV . ' ..i I ' i a r feCKANTOjb
NTKINWAY SO
id i Hi I: nilflTIIKIUI
UftANUlH A HACK
hi 1,1.1. Ac UAUKIt
vn
PIANOS
4 ' h M . of brit-cltu
ORGANS
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mi Mi; i;m, i.i a
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by II. C. SANDERSON, Driest, oor. Waehlngton
gut eoiuuus.
Atlantic Refining Go.
Manufacturors und Dvalora iu
Illnmioating and Lubricatiag
OILS
I.inood Oil, Nnpthas and Gaso
lines of nil grade. Asle Grease,
Tinion (irense nnd Colliery Com
jiound ; also, a lurfe liuo ot Par
ii.flinij Wax Candles.
We also handle the Fnmom CROWM
ACME OIL, the only family safety
turning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manag r
Ofllro: CM lisclianffn. Wyumlui Av
V nrka at Hm Braos.
DUPONT'S
M1MNU, I1LAST1XU AND BPOBTINO
POWDER
l.ftiiufflrturt'tl Ht (ho Wnpwulloimn MilU, Lu
MafeM ro'inty Vh udli Wlv
uiiiigtuti, IX-luwart.
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
( li nra1 Asrnt for tha Wyoming District.
u8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
'. in Ml National Bank HiiiMing.
AoaKCin
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The sound of his money enhancing;
Why not copy his way,
And clip every day
To get something that's quit as entrancing
You Can Do It!
BY SKIPPING AND CLIPPING YOU GET $24 VALUE FOR
TEN CENTS
Just to think of the delights of a trip ail over our own country,
from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico!
AND
JUST
THINK
OF
Being able to do it in easy stages, at
TEN CENTS "a stage." includ
ing the services of a guide! Yet,
that is just what we do for you.
Realistic Pictures from ever part of
America, done in NEW process
indelible typogravure delineate
the journey.
Tho incomparable world-famed traveler and lecturer, PROF. GEO.
R. CROMWELL, is the guide. Journalistic enterprise is th? conductor
of the trip.
America
"From Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico."
will be publihil iu weeklv rios of iixton vievra vac'.i Tiiw 11x18) inch,
fully wortb $1 80), ami will rmbrncetb phyaioal ntU scenic woafar of
Ouir Own Land,
thl wboU (mIUM by Prof. G. R. Cromwell E.ioh serUa vritl enolosJ in
handBomo oovora.
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COUPON NO. 16.
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Semi or bring two of these coupons, differently numbered,
with Den Cents, and get ilio first series of sixteen magnificent
photographs,
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MARCH 16
This Coupon, with two like it, but of different
s dates, and with Ten Cents in cash, will secure one
part of the World's Fair Art Portfolio in four
Is parts the one announced before.
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